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Present Condition of Japan.
Tho American Conaul-Goncrnl in .Tnpnn,
T. JJ. Vnn Hnron, recently sent tlio Dc
Jiartmont of Slnto nn clnbornto ncconnt of
tho present condition of Hint Empire, nml
from which wo givo tho following pirlicn
lnrs: Tho soil of Jnpin is n vegctnhlo
mold from two to ton feet in depth, Tho
highost tempvraturo during tho Lint nino
yearn wno 9,'J nnd the lowest 22 . Tho
nvorngo number of rainy dnys in tho year
in nfnety.s'ovoti. Contrary to former usngo,
Farm Untlg nro held in fco simplo. A now
judiciary system is now in oporntion, by
which tho rights of tho poorest pcoplo nro
protected. Although society has lost much
of itH former palrinrchinl character, tho
authority of tho father is greater than
nmong tho Western nations. Tho number
of clomcntary schools in tho Kmpiro is
25,450, witli 09,025 teachers, nnd it is
bcliovcd that another decado will bco a
upcfnl education within tho roach of every
Inhoror. Whilo thcro is much liconlious.
noss nmong certain clnsRcs, tho wifo is
nlmost invariably trno to hor husband. nAII
tho carringo roads of tho connlry would
not measure over 1,000 miles, nnd thoy
nro not good ; but tho sen, tho rivers, nnd
tho canals nirord chonp transportation.
Tho horses nnd cattlo combined do not
iiumbor 2,000,000 in all tho land. Houses
nro nil built of wood, on account of earth
quakes, and tho nvor.ago number of
occnpanls ih less than fivo to each houso,
and city houses nro loss crowded than
thoso in tho country. Tho fuol used is
charcoal, wood nnd dried grass. Tho rank
of tho farmer has nndorgono no ohango
fiinw tho limo of tho Tycoon, when his
position was next to tho governing clnss.
Within tho pnst two yoars dcliborativo
local nshomblios havo boon established, to
which tho farmers nro admitted who havo
paid n tax of $10. Tho nrra of land undor
cultivation is nbout 12,000,000 ncrcs, tho
tillngo most thorough, nnd tho annual
wnges goncrnlly u5 nnd board. Tho
fnrrncrs nro very kind to their mon, nnd
nearly nil of thorn can road, writo nnd keep
their ncCOtltlts. TllO nvmnnn rnlun nf In... I
is 200 per ncro, upon which is n tnx of
r" i" "". juco is grown in all tho
sixty provincos of tho Empiro, with nn
nvcrngo yiold of $ 10 per acre. Tho rice,
tea, and silk farmers aro tho most prosper
ous. Of wheat 38,000,000 bushels woro
raised in 1878. Tho yield of tea in 1878
was GO.000,000 pounds, nnd of silk, in
vnluo, $31,250,000. Cotton is grown, hut
tho qnnlity is not good. All artisans, liko
tho farmers, nro held in high reputo.
Porcolain is manufactured in nil tho prov
inces, nn annual product of nbont $3,000,
000. Physicians do not chargo for their
visits, but only for their medicines. In
former times tho .Tnpanoso " hnd no call "
for lawyors. Fish nro nbnndntit in all
parts oftlio Empiro nnd salmon nro most
abundant. Tho principal sonrco of
rovonuo is n tnx on land, nnd tho ostimnto
for tho prcsont year is nbout $55,000,000.
Tho total amount of paper monoy in cir
culation is about $140,000,000, and this is
n calamity from which the Empiro is
groatly suffering at tho present time.
The Postal Union.
. . n. 'os'al Union now surrounds a vast
district of Innrl Willi nli.n.f 7.IQ fiKf! tin
inhabitants, which proves to bo n groat
success in tho short timo since its origina
tion. On Oct. 9hi, 1874, tho contract was
concluded, nnd enforced on July 1st, 1875
Almost overy Stato of Europo joined tho
Union j nhoad of nil woro its roal founders,
Switzerland nnd Gormnny ; Austria nnd
Hungary followed, also Belgium, Donmnrk,
H'Pyt. Spain, Tho United States, Groat
Uritiun, Grcoco, Italy, Luxombnrg, Nor
way, Holland, Portugal, Roumnnia, Ilus
sm, Sorvia, Swedon, Turkey and Montono
gro. Franco, which hnd taken part in tho
discussions but had not yot registered,
lwan soon convinced of tho great advnn-
tnges of tho Postal Union, both for its
Nntionnl nnd Intornationnl commerce, and
doclnred its nssont on January 1st, 1870.
It was followed in tho sumo year by Brit
ish India nnd tho French Colonies.
In tho next year (1877) n largo iiumbor
f thofiuroponn Colonios, Japan nnd For-
, B'ni joined tho Union. A unity wns noxt
formed in tho rntoa of Postngo on Letttrs,
Postal Cards, Printed Matter, etc.
Aftor this gonoral fonndation wns mndo,
tho Postal Union could nbolish with nil
difficulties, which until this timo had
nggrnvated tho nssont ; tho basis which
wns thus obtained could not bo stirred by
nny now conclusions. Any country which
desired to join had simply to bocomo bub
ject to tho obligatory tnxes, etc., without
nny oxcoption. For admission it wns only
noccssnry to hand an nniiouncomcnt to tho
counsel of tho Swiss Confederacy.
All countries which now joinod woro
mostly South American Republics, nlso
Bulgaria, nnd on February 1st, 1881, tho
islnnds of St. Lucia nnd Tobngo nssonted.
Thoro aro now countrios announced to
nssont, as follows : April 1st, Hnyti; July
, 1st, Chili nnd Unitod States of Columbia.
Wo sincoroly hopo that in n short timo
a .f tho wholo university will bo surroundod by
tho Postal Union. A7. J. Philatelist.
A Shorthand Machine.
A Fnris dispatch to tho London Stand
ard of Fobruary 18th bays: "An iutor
osting trial of a now stonogrnphia ma
chine was niado in tho Chamber this morn
ing in tho prcsonco of M. Gnmbetta and n
number of other officials and members. Tho
inochauisni, which is nn Italian invention,
is worked by a kind of koy.board similar to
thnt of a small pinno, nnd tho oteiiogrnpliio
KlUnS. not Uulikfl tlinsn llRflil ill tlin nnlln.
nry French shorthand, nro automatically
printed on a continuous ribbon of paper.
The Bigns regibtorcd, of couri.0, represent
Bounds, irrespective of spelling, and tho
jiinchino can bo used by a porsou unac
quainted with tho Inugungo spoken. Tho
daiightor of tho inventor worked the ma
cbiuo this morning successfully, taking
down a speech icad, at average speed, in
Itnliau, nnd ono read iu French by M.
Gumhetta, sho being ignorant of tho latter
langunge. A comparison botweon tho speed
of the machine uud that of tho bhorUhand
writers of tho Chamber proved favorable
to the former. Further experiments will
bo mado with a view to a pobbiblu adoptiou
of the apparatus, which is already iu uso in
tho Italian Chambers.
A Hungarian chemist has lately shown
some surprising experiments in Paris with
new ight-giving substance, which burns
with bo little heat that its ilame 'will not
set fire to a handkerchief or other fabric
with which it may come in contact. A per
son may hold tho burning liquid in his
haud without iujury, It is made from
President Garfield's Reply to the Temper
Miss Willard, in behalf of tho tompcr
nnco ladies, presented President Garfield,
at tho Whilo Houso on Tuesday of last
week, with n portrait of Mrs. Hayes. Tho
President most cordially received the pic
turo, Baying it was n beautiful tributoto its
subject, .whom, ho said, should over bo nt
homo in tho Whito Houso. Ho paid n
fitting compliment to tho address of Miss
Willard, nnd expressed his hearty apprecia
tion of their work nnd their prayors frir nnd
kind allusions to 1i!h mother, wifo nnd chil
dren. Tho company woro then presented
to tho President nnd wife. Miss Hansom,
on behalf of tho Indies, besought n meeting
with President Gnrficld's mother, which
was accorded, nnd sho was soon ushered
into tho Uluc-room, and received tho sin
cero evidence of tho loving regard nnd
esteem of tho visiting ladies. In tho courso
of his speech, tho President spoko as fol
lows on tho subject of tompcranco: I havo
observed tho significance which you hnvo
given to this portrait from tho standpoint
you occupy nnd in connection with tho
work in which you nro engaged, nnd what
you havo enid concerning tho evils of in
tompornnco meets my most hearty concur
rence. I havo boon in my own way, and
in nccordanco with my own convictions, nn
earnest ndvocalo of tompcranco; not in so
narrow n senso ns some, but in n very
dofinilo and practical sense. Theso con
victions nro deep, and will bo maintained.
Whether I shall bo nblo to meet tho viows
of all tho pooplo in regard to all the phases
of that question romnins to bo scon, but I
shall do what I can to nbato tho great ovil
Now Coast Steamships.
Tho now steamship Willamette, the
pioneor vessol of tho Oregon Improvement
Company, arrived from Roach it Co'h
shipyard nt Chostor, Pennsylvania, on tho
lStliinat., nnd is now lying nt tho Roach
it Son's works in East river. Sho is built
of iron with 5 water tight compartments.
Sho is n wutorballnst vossol, 320 feet long,
38 feet beam and 2G feet depth of hold.
Sho is to carry coal only. Ilor carrying
capacity is 3,000 tons. Sho is tho first vos
scl of four undor courso of construction nt
Chester, nnd will run between Soattlo nnd
San Fr.mcisco. Sho will sail for Portland
by way of tho straits of Magellan nnd will
carry out n full cargo of railway material
for tho Oregon railway it Nnviirntion
Company. A San Francisco dispatch of
tuo ntn instant says: Tho Pacific Coast
Steamship Company has contracted with
W. Cramp it Sons for another iron steam
ship, which, when finished, will excel in
complotoucsH of details nnvlhiner now nflont
in tho Pacific waters. Tho dimensions of
tho now vessel will bo 330 feet over nil, 38
5 inches beam and 22 depth of hold. Sho
will havo 45 and 90-inch stroko with all
latost improvements in machinery. Sho
will bo 3,000 horse power and havo n
guaranteed speed of 10 knots. Accommo
dations for passengers will bo of tho finest
character nnd tho machinery for handling
cargo will bo of tho Intest stylo. Tho con
tract calls for completion of tho vossel in
ten months. Ex.
Tho Elephant's Surgeon.
Tho elephant houso has furnished Mr.
Bartlott with sovernl pntionts on which to
exorciso his surgical skill. Ono of tho In
dian elephants somo timo sinco had tho
misfortuno to wronch off a portion of his
trunk, which hnd got caught in n nooso of
ropo, nnd tho largest African specimen.
whoso lingo proportions nro well known to
tuo lrcquontors of tho gnrdons, mot with
an accident by which his tusks wero broken
off; tho stomps subsequently grow into tho
cheoks, causing it oxcrutiatmg pain, and
necessitating nn immedinto remedy. Tho
intrepid suporintondont undertook to per
form tho dolicato operation and reliovo tho
poor beast. Having prepircd n gigantic
hook-shaped lancot, ho bandaged tho croa
turo's eyes nnd procoeded to his task. It
wns an nnxious motnont, for thoro wns ab
solutely nothing to prevent the animal kill
ing his modical attendants upon tho spot,
nnd to rely upon tho common senso nnd
good nnturo of a creaturo weighing many
tons nnd suffering from facial nbcesses mid
nournlgia nrgues, to say tho hast of it, tho
possession of considerable norvo. But Mr.
Bnrtlott did not husitnlo, and climbinir nn
within ronch of his patient ho lnnced tho
swollon cheeks. His courngo was loward
cd, for tho beast at onco perceived that tho
proceedings woro for his good, and sub
mitted quiotly. Tho noxt morning, when
thoy camo to oporato upon tho other side,
tho elophnnt turned his cheek without be
ing bidden, and endured tho second incis
ion without a groan. Saturday Mevimo.
Cartographic art is said to bo ns old or
oldor than tho invontion of tho alphabet,
nnd it has beon found in uso nmong races
who hnd had no provious contact with
civilizod wan nor nny writtou language
Tho Ebquimaux understood tho charts of
Parry and Ross, and oven tho extended
Hues of coast unknown to tho explorer.
Tho North American Indians havo always
had maps which woro sorvicoablo to thorn.
Tho o.irliost thing known iu tho nnturo of
a mnp is tho ground plan of tho town of
ousa, tho bhushan of tho Biblo, aud sup
posed to bo as old ns tho seventh contury
11. C. Tho first appearance of tho nnme
"America" on n mnp is on thoso mado by
Bonowitz between 1524 nnd 154S A. D.
Tho yiold of rico in tho United States for
tho season of 1880-81 will probibly bo
200,000 barrels, of 230 pouuds each 115,.
000,000 pounds in nil. China nnd tho East
Indiesyiold yearly 250,000,000,000 pounds,
2200 tunes as much as tho U. S.; tho quality
of American rico, however, is bottor. Of nil
tho ononnous yiold of rico in Asia, very
littlo is exported, so great is tho homo con
sumption. Tho industry is on tho iuoroaso
in our Southorn States. In Louisiana,
somo 25,000 acres nro devoted to rico onl
tuio; Georgia, and tho Curoliuns nlso, rniso
groat quantities, Tho low prico3 of rico
hayo discouraged tho prospects of tho pro
ducers. My wifo won't even hear of my going to
tho theatre with nuothor lady, said Gal
lagher. Ragbag didn't seem to coii6truo
Gallagher's remark nright, for he said :
"Wou't oh? Don't you bo too Buro of it.
" I thought my wifo wouldn't, but she did,
aud I had a fearful timo of it. Ex.
After haviug beeu callod upon by a dele
gation of colored men, it was very mean of
tho Fresidont to rush out aud couut his
Canada is to lay an Atlantic cable of her
own and tho maximum charge per word
will be 50 cent.
DILLINGHAM & COMPANY,
NO. 37 POUT, STMJnT, HONOLULU,
RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTENTION to the New and Assorted Lines
of Goods, just rercived from New York and San Francisco, ex "Hesperian,"
"Murray," " Kalakaua," " Wrestler," and other 1 dc arrivals, which they offer at
he lowest market rates. Large invoices of Choice Goods to arrive pit " Zoe" from
Liverpool, and " Cheshire!' from New York.
All b!zcs, mado to our order, extra strong.
SULICEY PLOWS. Extra Plow Parts constantly on bend.
AVATEll FILTERS AND COOLERS,
A now invoice of tho favorite Hygienic Porous Kilters. .TowdU'b Water Filters nnp
Coolers, uud Coolers only, assorted rizcb.
mm) oaohs, THLnaitAPii winn,
KEROSENE OIL high test, best quality.
Riving mado arrangements to import direct Irom first hands, uo aro now prepared to offer
tlio bent oil in tlio market (1G0) nt favoralilo rates. This oil is brought from thu Unst to S,m
Rrincisco by railroad, in curs owned by tho Company, nnd tlio gicnt loss from Icukngo nnd
deterioration is avoided. Tho oil is put up in Cans nnd ll-mols. In tlio lattor form it will bo
found n icnt convenience to families and ictailcrs. Tho barrel nro lined with heavy tin, nnd
nro provided with a convenient fntlcct. No leakage, and no charge for containers which aro
rcturunlilo when empty. Wo can ulao supply low test Oils, guaranteed to pass tho Govern
ment Test, nt rcdiicod rates.
POWDHP, SHOT, CAPS,
Of Huglisb and American Manufacture, in packages to suit.
A fresh invoico of tho Celebrated " Cnrbolizcd" 3 & i ply, and " Standard" 3 & 1 ply
Will each find a fresh and Well Assorted Stock of Implements, Tools and
Supplies suited to his requirements.
LAMPS, GlIAlxDEMEllS AND LAN'J'JUIINS,
GAIUUAOK LAMPS-NEW STYLES AND PATTERNS
LUHWGATING OILS, Pure, Unadulterated, tgir Uso genuiiio oils if you wish to presurv0
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Fui.t. Links of
SHELF HARMVAItn, OUTLKKY, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, TURPENTINE, BRUSHES, ETC.
Continental Oil nnd Transportation Co.
Uullidio's Uarbed Wiro and Staples,
Hallidio's Patent Wiioltopc,
Avorill's Chemical Paints,
Tho Itain Wagon,
DILLINGHAM & CO.,837 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Nicklo Mounted in Sets or Single
Pieces, such as
Cream Jugs, Wntor Jugs,
Slop Jars, Sugar Bowls,
Tea and ColTeo Urns,
Iron Stone Ware
The nbo c waro is out together not simply io take, the
eyo but ie well made In cery respect.
Cups and Saucors,
Toilot Sots, plain and fancy,
Dinner und Tea Sots,
Desert Sots, ifco., &o.
STOVES, k RANGES,
NOTT Ac Co.
Practical Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
1 ty Kaahumanu Struct, Ilonolul
For Sals by A. W. UICilAHBMOM '.
T iin Corner Vort nd Merchant U.. Honolulu,
WILL ATTKNU fW HIt'HAHUISU TEC
S ELS from yoiabra Pom. Weighing of Bujrir
and other product, 0c tt O, W SUcfuUsa & Co
qacca Sustt. -u 3a
Albany Lubricating Compound,
California Wiio Works,
Albany Cylinder Oil.
Hare Just Received a Largo
STOCK OF GOODS,
-: 333C :-
neildes onr usual full aorlmcnt of merchandise, wo
would cull attention to the follow Infjltt hib:
OIL! OIL! OIL!
Tho standard brands, Xoomlay and Downer's, fresh
from the Hellner'eK. The Noonday Oil Is of lilph tet
nnd Is nowcousldircd Tin: II1..NT 1'A.llllA Oil.
to be had In tho market.
LAUD OIL in cases nnd in barrels,
LUH1UCATING OILS Low I'ricod-Cnstqr Oil,
Ko.its Foot Oil, Cjlindor Oil, Chctip Japan for
Smokestack nnd Iron u. orU.
Hall's Steel Plows,
A full lino from No. 5 to No. 15, with extra Shares and
Handles. A full car load dlnit from Jlollne.
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks,
A new artlclo, mado for turning trash. EJcaso
order camples to try.
Hall's Cane Planters or Coverers,
A new tool for coerlng cano seed after being
placed lu tho farrow; with it one man
can do the work of three.
Jlarstow Stove Company's Celebrated
Stoves, Eanges and Cabooses,
Farmers' Caldrons, assorted.
STUB Fino Machinist's Tools,
Seino Twino nnd Fish Lines.
Hubbuck's Paints and Oils
Jtadiry's Colors In tins. fr Homo or Coach Palntintf,
acknowledged by all good p-ilnters to be the Lot Made.
Vntor riltera. Ico Cronra Treezors, HefriKeiAtors,
ITydrnnlio .TncIcH, llttinc 7 tons 2i inches, Hur
dick's Fodtlor Cutters, Nails of overy description,
Lock's of oory description, Ainoskenn Denims,
by tho bnlo or piece ; Amoakcnj.' Ticking, by tho
POWDER ninstinR, Ginnt nnd Hercules, Sport
Poulor from Jf to 35 lb. tins, Giant Fowdur aud
All for sale cheap by
E. O.HALL & SON,
Corner Klii nml l'urt Strict.
TH OS. G. THRUM,
STATIONER, NEWS AGENT
BOOK IOX3ST 33 313
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods
Fort Street (Tlrewert Clock).
Jlecelred for each Department rery month, and
bpeclal Ordern attended to with ptomptnen.
The Bindery Department
lathe only Competent i:tabllihment In tho city to
attend to all work from rainnhlet to I'reentatlon lloofc
lllndlnci, and lllank llook iluuufactiulnc of any de
THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
U being renewed with SUpIo flood and Norelllea
cpntuntly, amonc the mot nicrnfui of uhlcb for
tluio and money avlug and courenleuce, are
Letter I'uper uml Jfote l'ajier
In Ulock of U Iteam each, or !i Itoam aiuel h,et,
Willhect wltlnlewof Diamond Head. Can b had
In tingle ahetta tq order If dealred.
THI NEWS DEPARTMENT
llai apcclal caro and attention, to Inaura accuracy and
prompt delivery. j 3m
Wailuku Poi Factory.
BEST QUALITY OF PAIAT MAX
ufacturcd conatantly. Alt order nllcl with die
PUh. E. II. BAILEY
8 y Walljka, Mnul
VI ANOFOkTE AND OKU AN TUNEE
W Ordtrt can b left at T, O. Tfaroa'i Fort Street
and ilercbaat Street Bwiea. in H
IMI'OUTINQ AND JIANUFACTUItlNO
i BEE WEE & C 0.
BARK "EDWARD MAY,"
Just Arrived from Boston,
CONSISTING IN I'AItT AS FOLLOWS!
ytciiin, Ciiinbcrlniiil nnd Slovo Coal,
Kcroscno Oil,'" Electric" Brand.
KcrosenoOil,l,"Browcr's Best," 150 Test
O 31 T tl IVX 3X tcllCS,
Knnlern Pino llirrol Slionka,
O.irs "Ctiiipcr-llfipctl," ItoRin,
Pitch, Tnr, I'iro Clny, 1'lnnlor Pnris,
Ico I!cfrigcintorn viirimiM sizes,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
Pick nml Axo Hnmllos,
MULE CARTS Heavy nnd Light,
Fai mors' Hollers, for Plantation nao;
An Juvuicu of (Jut. Nuild, usHUitcil ;
A11101 Shavols, iliuit't) Axeti uml llutchcts
a ivku M.i.i:rii:i
Stock of Choice Groceries :
Lowis' Tomatoes, discs Snltsngo Meat,
Green Coin. SttccntiHli,
Ulierkiiis, 1 mid g.ill,
Jloatun llakud Iteims, Corn Starch,
Touinto and Mock Turtlo Soup,
Santlwicli Hum nml Tongue,
liixli Slow, Uuiiicnt of .Mutton,
Slowed Calves' Head, J)uiiy Salt,
Qr Illinois Family Puik.
CaHes Lurd, 0 11 tins, lull weight'
Boston Crushed Sugar.
:&oevt 33 o x-el's,
FAIItIlA?iJS' PLATF01UI SCALES
Iron Safes, Yollow Jlctal and Nails,
Jlnnilii Cordage, Now Dcdford imiko;
AV'hitcwGod, Slates, Kosciidulo Cement.
An Invoice of Carriages,
COMPMSINU soin: OP
Tlio Latest eJty-los
AMI OI' Mlli:i MAMIl'ACIUllKKS.
Basket Phaetons, Cabriolets.
The above Goods ulll bo offered for tale to armo
UPON REASONABLE TERMS.
v. itKi:iri:u v co.
MURRAY & LANMAN'S
Tho BeRt In thn MnrkPt.
v MURRAY & LANMAN'S
Tho rlchoat, moit laatlntr. yet moat dellcato of all
perfumca for uao on tho Unndkorchlcf. at th
'rollct and In Iho Hath, delightful and healthfnl
In tho Ick room, relieves weakness, fatigno, proatra
Hon, nervnuancii and headacho Look out for coonter
Jelta. fc Always atlc for tho Florida Water rrcpared
bv thn aolo proprietors, Mcatra, LaxauK d Kemp,
for Cili tj Vittva.ni, Droegiiti til Iimj 0;:1i :sio:i.
Murray & Laoman's
- ..wn.Tt t.- !....-
-,ir- ,,..r,1K, ibolluuaKcrcbler,
tlha Toilet and In tho Hall), dcllsMful and
bfolibtul la tbo lick room, rcllevra wcakucas, 'a
14 - m- m VI mw via
r lirnvlfrmiaf.iFti.a nn
out for cnunlrrfrlli, alwaji ak for tb
Waltr prrp.rfd by tho tola proprlatora,
Laaniau ii KtUD. Kew Tcuic
iiu )iu.iriuun, livrrumucma anuuvauacBS. unc
,1)4 tnr m..nPutla alavAoa aat fi thn Ma.'iI .
tat Salo by Perfaman . DrapjUU and Ttaef
For tale very low. In bond or autrpatd. A irrrat. ear
Ins by buylnu a box of one dozen boll Ira
Wi I. 11. .VtlNKHMY.
L. G. SRESOVICH & CO.,
IMPOUTKHS AND PBALKRS IK
FRESH FRUITS fc CALIFORNIA PjiODUCE
IVuts of overy kind.
ALWAYS ON HAND-
Tx99k XLuttni OytUrs ia th UmU
RECEIVED BY EACB STEAJUB,
m to K
' JUST LANDED FROM THE "MOHICAN
A LARGE STOCK
Aiitomnlfc Slicot nslc costs nbout tlio
Now Music can bo ordered nt nny time.
Stylo "A' coRlsonly
12, nnd plnys tliOBnrno
kind of music ns Stylo
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Thoso Instruments roprcsont both tlio Organ nnd Orgnnist, Jnsio,
Music Toucher. Pltiy J lymn Tunes, Popular Airs, Sots of Qundrillts, Pi
nceis iinu nornpipcs wim cicnruobs, nccurnoy una perlect oxeciition.
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
llECUIVKD Mil LATE AKUIVALS, AND TO AltKIVE l'EK
W. H. Whiton, from Nbw York, City of Madrid and City of Nnkin, from Englnnd,
THESE GOODS AHE ADAI'TED FOIl
Plantations, Country Stores and Families
Ami bonRht from FIltST HANDS FOlt CASH, nml will bo sold for CASH, with bout dlnconnt ou
nine, or on usual terras to parties approved. Wo ollor on hand and to arrivo,
Palace Water White High Test Kerosene Oil,
Vulcan Water White Above Standard Kerosono Oil.
Xanl CHI. Castor Oil, NcatRToot Oil, Cjlindor Oil, Flax Steam PnckinK,
India Itubbor Flat l'nekinR, 1-10, 1-8. S-l(, Ac; Asbestos Stunui Fackiiirr, Asbestos lloiler Coverinu,1
3Jab!it Metal, Canal Harrows, Laco Leather. Leatlier lieltiuu, 3, 4, G. 8, 10 and 12 inch ;
"Woaion'B Ccntrifiipal BnltiiiL', a Hiijierior nrticlo ; Mission's Cane Knives,
Kush Scythes and Snaiths, Ox Hows, Mule, Cart Axles, Mulo Collars and Hames, Mnlo Shoes,
Heavy tfarden Hoes, Lane's Planters' Jloes. Axo and Pick Mattocks, Paris JirenkiriK Plows,
XC, tiw old fnvorito and unexcelled Molino Sleol Ureakinir Plow, XO nnd XI Steel Homo Plows,
3ivjV) Nil. 20 Plow s. Planet jr. Horso Hoe, a few MOLINE GANG PLOWS,
loira imxio nisiKo fn nose, .n, i, i i-i, i i -
w.-vmuii n vw. v.im .... i .t,c,, ii.i njn , .uitiiii.iiom xiit.Duiin mill i,iiii:.riiiiiiin iiiiiiuiitrin,
Sacchnnimetcrs and Syrup 'I'benuomcters, Cvrt Nails, nil sizes ; Cut Spikes, Wrought Nnils,';
Horse Shoes, Hoise Nails, Fiuishlnt; Nails.
A TOLL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
Jcks, Jlntts, Screws, Hinges, AuRcrs, Anger Bits, Chisels, Saws, Unices, Holts, Catches Ac,
SIncliina and Carringo Holts, best mannfneturo; Smooth, Jack and Jointer Planes,
Pious Jiiid Match Planes. A Full Lino of
Paints and Oils of the Eest English and American Brands 1
STAPLE GOODS, SUCH AS
A Superior Assortment of Arierican 'White-
Golden Onto Extra Family Flour, Hawaiian Pin. Corn Starch. Japan, Comet and Cheap Tea.'
Cubn Sugar, Hawnnan Sugars, Corn nnd Pins, Condensed .Milk, Corned Heof nnd Tongues
Sardines, Oxford Sausages, MeMnrrny's Oysters, Kvans A- Lesoher's Finest Spices,
The ravonfolancv and WnshliiuSonns. Ciilifornin nml PnKliirn l,r,i,,.ia.
Hams, Com Meal, Avuna, Graham Flour, Ac,
On 'OoxiNigriiiueiit :
The Goo. P. Blake Mfg. Co'a Steum
Weston's Jfatenl Ventrifugaui,
Woodivard tC JJrotvn's Celebrated Pianos, ' '
New Haven Organ Co. Parlor Or(an.i
Washburn (fc Mocn Mfg. Co. Barbed Wire, the Jicst Barbed Wire manufacture
Portland Cement, Sugar Bags, Outs und B; an, California Hay,
Columbia Jiivcr Salmon, Hits, and hf. hbls,, Salmon Bellies in Kits Very Fine'.',
VI3IT HIS 3NTE3-W STO
Where thej-Mill flail a Largu and Hultalila Varictj of
Dry and. Fancy Goods!
JUbT KEUJllVEIi I'EIt "MKU POOr AU "AUSTItAlilA."
Dress Goods Department.
lloiiU'llts do I. Ion,
lllick. Milk Drcnaillne.
lllack bilk llunllujra,
All rJliadiH .SiKlir, hills
Fringes, lliittuns uud Trlminlnss,
To matcli all the above,
Alto, au cuillcia variety of Alpacja, Merlnoa,
Wumud, Woolru, and Knipreai
Lawn Dm Pattern.
II llluoral ditto,
lltavr Mbttlaud Ubawli,
I'.ncr dlttu dllto.
rMno alrrluo VeU,
Fluw llrlll.li h llu.e,
rln Col, dllto ditto,
r"luo lluy'a ditto,
Fine 1UU aud L'apa,
Flue Wh. Alpaca Ooata,
U'blu linen Duel; ditto.
Ditto ditto ditto,
Wli. llar.elllc Vi.ti,
lllaclc and Colored Laco KIIW Mltta.
Uluvea,1le. Cullarettea and Hhawli.
AdJuitabla Front uod Hide Mud Coraeta,
lllaclc, Wblle and Volorrd bilk bcarfc. and Tie.
Gravsd firMrUoBS are Mmg hU for wtf
n Duo nolle ot which will ba lvto In a t utura laauo by
838 A. M.
1k A nrt'in nirnuiis mivrn
A Aldil(oruaalolil.clttedVAalnt l'j )i,
coIqm. " ''' foi ul by lAuilt , Co.
t I p.
Ci S e
S25 TO SI5!
saino ns ehcot mimic proparcd for tbo Pinno.
K anu -" incn ;
Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Pump
tho pubUo to
House Furnishing Goods.
Ited,v. Wl? "Dd Unb'eached Uatuaak TaUlo Unena.
Tallin Uovrra and NapUiua. to match. ' -
Jttp and l'rliitrd Woul labia Covcra.
l.arA f Tnrlrit.i h.1,1 'I 1.11 . r I
bits i and Colored Uedtpreada,
. fKutiu .-uarauuic (U1U,
LacK and Kuibruldtred l'lllow Sham..
M.rUII.,.! 1,11 ninll. .W,ll,
-v., w, t. . " f -J
Children and labiM.
1'olnt, Iloiilton, Linen, Valenclennea, Venice, Care-
HtiM l.nnriililu m-A bit .-- -1 "" "-anw
O lit 14,1 unu uu rwl Klulwhi,
Wir llitnilrf Wlnivsra
buiunimarr. oraiea ana Crochet rattcrn
) oritrd, ifmbroldvry bilk,
Linen tfio.t, C'ardboarda,
(Jlienelllec, Orobet -Net-dlei,
Wbltv and L'oloiad Java Uanvaa.
i a 1 t fa .
as., c, ac.
MKLLIt, BrAWtH's Mc4.
VJ a lam. wuwi vwdt. it.L. i.w
I uat ro't'arVtair' Tftffa t 9i.
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