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SATL'Ukl Y PRESS.
AUGUST 13, 1881.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Tlio lnfost itomH of foroign nctvR, to July
Slul, wcro received by tho Ctly of New
York from Snn Fnuicisco :
Lo.vno.v, July 18th A Berlin corro
.pomlont snysi Slnfistics published by
tho Hamburg police authorities show thnt
tho numbor of Ocrrnnn omigmnlo
pinning through Hnmburg nlono to
America from Jotinnry 1st to Juno .'(0,
3881, amounts to 74,(333, being twito tho
number for tho Botno period in tho year
following tho Into war between Franco niul
Ocrmnny. Tho figures for Btich emigra
tion in tho corresponding period of Inst
yenr wcro 32,189, and tho total for tho
year 100,190, so that if smigration pro
ceeds in tho samo proportion for tho f,cc
ond half of 1881, tho Government will
find that, reckoning fugitives by other
channels, it has lost in 1881 about a quar
ter of n million of ito most efficient
Lo.viiok, Jnly 19th A meeting calling
itself tho Revolutionary Congress was held
in London Inst night. Delegates wero
prcsont from various pnrts of Huropo and
America. About 7,000 pcoplo attended,
mostly workmen. Ued flags woro dis
played. Mmlnmo Ticcontil, dolcgnto from
America, described tho difcnppointmonls of
nmall fnrmcrs going out West, depending
upon illusory promisos of emigrant ngents,
nnd how tho great capitalists in possession
of tho railways oppress laborers. Loniso
Jlichnel, (ho amnestied French Communist,
thou npoko, nntl mnlo delegates from
America, Switzerland and Germany fol.
lowod. I'rinco Krapolkino, tho lltissinn
fionialisl, opjilandcd tho assassination of
fiovernl Ilusslan Genorals. It transpired
that tho Socialists rocontly banished from
Zurich aro secrotly fcettling in London.
t Tho meeting wns again convened to
night by tho Revolutionary Congress, and
was crowded to excess by an enthusiastic
nudieiico of both hexes. A resolution
declaring (hat tho "titno for ngitation by
means of tho press nnd platform hnd
coased, nnd tho titno had como for forco,"
was moved by Citoycnno Lccoaul, dole
gnto fiom tho United Slates. Louiso
Jlichacl of Paris seconded tho resolution,
which was carried unanimously.
Lo.vno.v, July 20th. A Uorlin dispatch
Hays tho Nihilists aro holding a Congress
in St. Petersburg under tho very oyes of
tho Government, which although fully
warned of tho fact, is unahlo to discover
tho plnco of meeting.
Lo.vi.ox, July 21st. At Wimbledon,
yesterday, in tho Albert jowol competition,
til 1,000 yards tho Americans ngain won.
Scott, oi tho American team won it in '80,
nnd Milton Farrow, also of tho American
tonm, won it in 79. This yoar Frank
Jlydo, Amorican, and Captain Goodsall, of
tho Second Pucks Pogimont, each mado ti
score of 70 out ofn possiblo 7.1, and on
shooting off tho tio IJydo mado thrco bull's
oyes against Captain Goodsall's two inncrs
nnd ono bull's-eyo thus winning tho prizo.
London, July 24th Tho French posi
tion in North Africa grows worse. Tho
suppression of tho Arab lovolt is a greater
tank than waR anticipated, and tho Turn',
sinn troops cannot bo trusted. Tho pre
sent difficulties nro likely to prevent
further nggression, for if Franco goes
furthor sorious complications will ensue.
Tho English Government has distinctly
warned Franco that Tripoli stands iu n
different position than Tunis did, nnd thai
French intervention in Tripoli would lead
to linmcUinto notion on tho pirt of tho
co-RignatoricH to tho Porliu Treaty, which
guaranteed tho integrity of tho Ottoman
London, July 2.rith. Tho .Standard in
tin editorial says : In England every iuci
dont since President Garfield's illness is
watched with keeu, but mournful interest.
Had ho boon n Pritish statesman it would
have been hardly possiblo for tho Euglish
people to have manifested a truer seuti
mont of sympathy thau that which thoy
liavo oxtondod to his family nnd country.
In no part of tho United Stales will tho
liows that Garfield is out of danger bo
moro joyfully recoivod than in England.
In no part of tho Union will tho tidings of
his death, should that molancholy ovont
occur, o.xaito a deopor or moro geuuino
feeling of sorrow than it would havo pro
ducod throughout Ilor Majosty's English
Home, July aotli. Signors Mattoucoi
and Mashari tolegrnphod tho Royal Geo
graphical Society, announcing tho com
pleto success of thoir oxnodilioti across
Africa, from Egypt to tho Gulf of Guinea.
Co.NSTAxrisoi'LK, July 30th. The Pashas
who woro condomned to oxilo for tho inur
dor of Abdul Asiz, on arriving at Jindah,
Arsibin, will bo escorted to tho outskirts of
Tnil'o. Thoy will thoro bo dolivored to tho
Mocca authorities, who will bo hold roipou
siblo for their safo-koeping.
Si-ax, July 22d Ono hundred French
woro killod or wounded in tho battlo here
Tho Arabs hold a portion of tho town of
l'regerino, and it is doath to surrendor.
Tunih, July 2Sth. A telegram from
Medina auuouncos that Hftoon Frouch shins
aro bombarding Mnbes.
Tunis, July 25th. Eighteen hundred
ltouuu rouuoroomonlH arrived nt Golotta
and havo gono to Sfax. Suvunty Arab
misouora from Sfax havo started for
Tho Pritish claim for damages during tho
bombirdmont of Sfax ntnouts to 00,000
000 francs, and claims of othor nation's
amount to 20,000,000 francs.
m Qukttiu, July 25th.Ayoob Klmn has
invited negotiation with tho Ameer, and
Envoys disousbcd tho tonus. Tho Ameer
spiritedly saying ho could libteu to no prop!
osmone except at Herat, ordored an iinme
dialo attack. Ho thought Ayoob was on
ly trying to gain timo.
Lo.ndo.v. July 28th. Tho TUemph
eayfl: Tho defeat of tho Ameer of
Afghauistau implies tho complete ovr.
UiroW of tho ouly roumining reproeuta.
tivo of IJntuU tnUuenco in Afghanistan.
Durban, July 22d.-Tho draft of tho
convention pre-wml by tho Hoynl Com.
niishion virtunUy rotroccMus tho whole of
tho Trnusvaal to tho Poors. Tho total of
tho claims which tho Poors nro disposed to
nccept does not exceed JC500.000. Tho
dratt has not yet been accepted by the
Poors, who aro still considering tho cfausoa
TClatiug to the natives and fiuancos. Tho
Iruusvaal Volkcsraad will bo elected forth,
HoNQK-osa, Juno 29th.-Tho Chinese
revouuo cruibers, which nro so much ob.
jeoUdto by the foreign et tiers of Hour.
koog as mterfcring with their trade, bat
aro tho only vital wfeguard against smug.
(Thug, have Imhiu traustcrred from the Ciw.
toms Department to that of tho Vicemml. I
ly of Canton, nnd will bo officered by Chi
nope, tho dismibsnl of tho American nnd
English officers now in charge having been
Washington, Jnly 19th. Guitcan has
been placed in solitary confinement in tho
jiil, by order of District Attorney Corkhill.
Hois to rcccivo tieii her visitors nor com
mnnicalions, nnd tho guards aro not to
talk with him. Ho will thus bo held to
await tho results of tho President's injuries.
Ho stands in constant fear of violonce,
nnd Foems to havo nn nbiding conviction
that ho could not now nppear in public,
oxcopt at tho risk of his life. Ho is very
cool m his remands for comfort nnd liberty
within Iho prison. Ho says ho thinks ho
has dono nothing which should call for
rigorous enforcement of tho rules.
St. P; 't., July 20th A special from
Fort Puford says : Sitting Pull arid about
200 peoplo arrived at exactly 12 o'clock to
day and surrendered their arms and ponies
to .Major Prothcrton,
Tho cnvnlcadc, as it filed into tho garri
son, ntlrnctcd much attention. It con
histcd of six army wagons, loaded with
squaws and children, followed by 25 or 80
of Louis Lcgaro's Rod Rivor carts, woll
filled with baggngo. Sitting Pull himself
nnd his chiof rami rodo their ponies, nnd
did not dismount and shako hands whon'
thoy nrrived nt tho place fixed npon for
their camp. Pull has seemed moro sullen
nnd insolant than any of his chief, hut it
is thought hnrd treatment will soon pacify
him. Tho Government has ncceptcd his
surrender iu good faith.
St. Louis, July 2 1st. A Toxas special
says: UnmoaHiircd indignation is ox
piessed that the Govornor refused to co
operate for a thanksgiving day, becauso of
Garfield's recovery. Tho Democrats and
Popuhlicans aliko condemn tins act ns in
decent a tit insulting to tho patriotism of
Toxas. Tho Mayor will issue n proclama
tion to-morrow, calling on other cities to
confer with him in arranging for a day.
t Amianv, July 22d. Tho Joint Convon
tion tcahsomblcd nt 4 o'clock nnd voted
for United States Senator, with tho follow
ing result : Sonnto Lnphnm 22, Potter
85. Assembly Lnphnm 70, Potior 37.
Total Lnphnm 92, Potter 42 ; neccosMtry
to n choice 08. Tho Clinic announced tho
election of Eldridgo G. Lnphnm in plnco of
Roscoo Conkling, resigned, and tho Joint
Cbi;crs for Tjiiiilinin. Miller. Garfield.
Conkling nnd Potter followed.
On motion of Sennlor Winslow, Eldridgo
G. Lnpham's nomination was mado unani
mous, amidst tbroo cheers.
Amia.vt, July 22d. Lnpham received in
tho Joint Convention tho full Ropnblicin
veto, tho Democratic volo being cast for
Potter. Tlicro was much cheering nnd
enthusiasm over tho rounilod Republican
Washixoton, July 22d. Mrs. Garfield
is in receipt of n let tor, by en bio, from
Gladstone, who expresses himself warmly
in rospect to tho nttompted assasbination of
Iho Prcsidont, In tho courso of it ho re
fors to " tho growing ponso of harmony nnd
mutual respect nnd affection betweonGreat
Britain nnd tho United Slntes, nnd tho
rclntionship which from year to ycir be
comes inoro nnd moro a practical bond of
union betweon ns." Ho nlludes to tho
simplo heroism of tho Ptcsidentin his sick
ness nnd pain, which givos nn example of
Christian faith nnd manly fortitude, which
picturo is complotcd by Mrs. Garfield's
contribution thoroto. Ho begs thnt his
respectful compliments may bo convoyed
to tho President.
Scciotary Plaino rcpliod to Gladstone
for Mrs. Garfield, recognizing that ho
rightfully spoko for tho peoplo of tLo Prit
ish Islo3, whoso sympathy bad beon bo
quick and sinccra in this national and per
sonal allliclion. " Her chief ploasuro iu
tho letter is in tho comfort it uritigs her
New York, July 23d Tho Iff raid's
Washington special says: Garltold has
beon nlwnys told of tho importnnt news of
tho dny, nnd to-day ho wns informed of tho
olection of Lnpham. Tho Prosidont said,
with a good deal of fervor, " Thank God,"
but made no further comment. IIo mndo
tho snmo remark whon told of tho election
Washington, July 2ith. At 10 o'clock
this morning nn operation wns porformed
on tho Ptosideut with n viow to reach and
open tho abscess which wait forming iu tho
track of tho hall. It was successful. Tho
counter-opening is nbout thteo inches
bolow tho wound. In oxplniuing tho
tmturo of tho operation performed by Dr.
Agnow this morning nnd tho necessity for
it, Dr. Royburn mado in substauco tho
following stntomont : Tho direction taken
by tho ball aftor it entered tho body was
forward and slightly downward until it
struck ono of tho ribs. It was thonco
dolleclcd still further downward, a littlo to
tho right, so as to mako an aouto anglo
with tho liuo of tho back. Iu othor words,
whon tho probe was introduced into tho
wound to tho depth of throe or thrco and a
half inches, its direction wau such that its
inner ond wns only about nu inoh nnd n
half from tho outsido of tho body, nt a
point lower down. Tho examination, which
was mndo in the presonco of Drs. Agnow
and Hamilton this niorninp;, showed that a
pus cavity had formed iu tho track of tho
hall, nnd that this cavity could bo roached
by a direct incision thrco itiches below tho
mouth or tho ound. It wno decided at
onco to perforin tho operation. No nna-fith-etics
woro used, but tho pirt to bo operated
upon was benumbed by a spray of ether,
nnd n wido out wns made into tho pits
cavity, which was reached at a depth of
littlo moro than nn inch with tho aid of a
proho nnd a pair of fotvops. Tho dniinngo
tubo, which is a small flexible tubo of rub
her, perforated with holes, wns thou intro
duced into tho wound mndo by tho ball,
nnd nfter being carried through tho pus
cavity wns brought out through tho uowly.
mndo incUion. Ono end of the tubo pro
jected from tho cut mado by tho surgoon's
knife, nnd tho other from tho mouth of tho
original wound. As tho pus oozed into the
tubo through tho portorntions, it could
oscnpo from cither ond, and wns repontedly
washed out with a solution of carbolic ncid
find water. Tho draitingo tubo wns left as
it wns originnlly placet!, and will remniu
thero for tho present. If tho wound dis
charges freely through the new ojieniug,
tho tubo may, perhaps, bo withdrawn from
tho old one, in order to allow tho latter tu
heal. Tho incision mndo to-day is iu a
direct lino with the deopor parts of tho
Chicago, July 2Uh. A Washington
special bays: Dr. Reyburn being asked
whether the Ptesident was strong enough
to resist such a shock as two chills, said:
"Tho President certainly is not strong.
He is very weak indeed. Ho is not as
strong as ho is generally supposed to be.
Ho ha to be lifted ous sheets, and when.
over wo wish to givo him a glass of water
wo havo to raico his head."
Tho physicinnu nl their exnminntion lasl
evening inserted n ficciblo catheter into tho
wound nnd pressed it ngninst what had
been nn obstruction nnd lind prevented its
further progress on a previous occasion.
With n very slight prcssnro thoy wcro
nbto to mako a ponotrntiou, nnd apparently
oponcd a clofo plnco there, whereupon thero
enmo out qnito n freo dischnrgo of pus of a
a greenish color.sho wing by its cln rnctcr that
il had been gathering for some timo. Tlicro
wcro, however, no evidences of pyramin,
nnd tho doctors do not apprehend thnt it
exists. Immediately after this operation
tho President, who had been very restless
nnd in pain, was mnch relieved, nnd nil
symptoms beenmo moro fnvornble, thero
boing n lowering in nil tho figures.
Portland, Mo., July 25th. Jnslico
Nathan Clifford of tho United Stntcs Su
premo Court died nt Cornish nt 9 o'clock
Chicago, July 2Cth. An fiilcr-Occan'i
Wnshitigton special says: Another opera
tion wns performed on tho President by
Dr. Agnow this morning. A picco of tho
fractured olovenlh rib, nnd one or two
small pieces of splintered bono were cut out
on Saturday. Tho nnfnvorablo symptoms
last night and this morning nro said by tho
doctors to ho duo to tho irritntion of tho
wound by thoparticlos of bono in it.
New York, July 28th. Tho Time hns
n communication from Elisha II. Allen,
Hawaiian Minister nt Wnchington, who
snys tho statement that King Knlnknun
wnnls to sell his Kingdom is entirely with
ExFxuriVK Mansion, July 30th 7 p.m.
Tho President has passed tho day comfort
nbly, without any drawlnck or ony nn
plcasnnt symptoms, nnd hns tnken nn nm
plo nmount of nourishment. Tho nfter
noou rise in tho tempcrnturo was modornto
and did not commonco until nbout five
o'clock. Tho dischnrgo of pus wns nhtin.
tlntit, nnd nt tho ovouing dressing it was
washed freoly from tho deeper parts of tho
wound. At tho prcsont timo bis pulso is
10t, temperature 102, respiration 20.
New York, July 19th. Panama advices
stnto thnt tho SUtv ami JfcruhV Limn let
ter bays: A detnehmont of Chilians at
tacked a band of Peruvians at Pueblo Vic
jo, captured 10 with nrms in their hntids,
nnd shot thorn to denth. A quick pursnit
wns given to tho lomaiudcr, who woro
given uo qnarlor. Iudians nttacked tho
Chilinn troops near Corro do Pnsco. They
wero quickly surrounded, nnd tho mortnlity
nmong them is said to havo beon fearful.
A story is nfloat that a dotnehmont of
Chilian troops wns very severely handlod
by Colonel Cnccres near Chicoln. Caccros
wan killed subsequently nt Anchnca.
Tho Federation of Peru nnd Polivin is
announced ns a fixed fnct. Montero fig.
urcs ns President of Peru, Cnlvo of Polivin,
and Don Nicholas do Piorola as tho Chief
Magistrate of the Confederation. Com
pcro is assigned to tho chief command of
'all tho armies" of tho great Confedera
tion. Panama, July 25th. Domingo Santn
Maria has been olected President of Chilo.
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i.rocery storvof J, Il.lUuuey, Hotel ptrevti Fruit auj
"iw"; mrr 01 ( u. arc.oricn. uueeu sineir Nu.
Iiitf Htref " . ---.
CUAS. T. OULICK,
U fair Vltw, Koua, Oahu.
REM O TAX
G. BREWER & CO.
Oflor t la o Cargo
0? Tin: amejucan
BARK "EDWARD MAY,"
Jtiot Arrived from Boston,
CONSISTING IN PAflT AS FOM.OWSi
Sfoant, Cmnliorlniiil nnd ISlovo Coitl,
Kcroscno Oil,'" Electric" Brnnd.
Kerosene Oll'Brcwer'g Best," 160 Tc3t
O 31 I' cl 1ST Jll cIich,
KnNtcrn Pino Hirrol Shrinks,
Onrs "Ct)ippr-lliiic(1," ltwin,
1'llcli, Tnr, Kim Ciuy, l'lnator Pnris,
Ico Herrij;cintorH vnrions sized,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
Pick nntl Axo UnndlPH.
MULE CARTS, Honvy nnd Light,
I'nrroorB IJcilcrs, for Plniilntioii tttso ;
Ah invoice- of Cut Nulla, nsnoitcd;
AiiioiBIiovoIb, Hunt's Axes nntl Untcliols.
1 U'ISU HKl.KVTKn
Stock of Choice Groceries :
LowIb' TunmlHCR, Curcb S:uinnj;o Mont,
urucn Lnrn. hucctilnili,
(llicrkiiift, 1 nml 1,'i gull,
lluxtiin linked HciiiiB, Corn Slnrcll,1
Tomato nnd Mock Tttrtlo Soup,
Sandwich limn nntl Tongue,
IiibIi Slow, lliirricnt of .Million,
Slowed OuhoB' Hontl, Dairy Salt,
Qr llnnolH Kiiniily Pork.
Ciihcb Lard, 0 Hi tiiiB, lull weight'
Boston Crushed Sugar.
FAIIIKANKS' lLATF03l SCALES
Iron Snfon, Yellow Mctnl nnd Nnils,
Mnniln Cnrdiigo, Now 1 edford mnko; '
Wliiiuwuoil, ShitcB, Itosondnlo Cement.
An Invoice of Carriages,
Tlio XjEttost Stylos
yn ui'inu n:i .M.vxiiiAcriiiiKits.
Basket Phaotons, Cabriolets.
Sugar and Coal Hags,
The abovo Ooods will be offered for salo to arrive
UPON REASONABLE TERMS.
6W 1 '. IIKKWr.lt A CO.
Importers and Dealers in
or A 1. 1. KIMII.
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL 2 HE USUAL is'lOCK SIZES
TIMBER, PLANK, B0AED8,
FENCING AND PICKETS
AJLlO, OJX I-ILN13
A Most Complote Stock of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER
BOLTS. 8CREWS, Eto
ScuntliiiEj riutik, Biirfaco nnd roufjli
Honrd, Biirfacod ami ronuli ; Ilntlona,
Tickola, Uuatic, L.ittieo, Clajibuurd.
AI.HO, I.X NTUCV,
Faint and Whitewash Brushes,
HETALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS I
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of eastern and California Maka.
V0H 8.1LH IN QUANTITIES T 8D1T
Wailuku P1 Wmotmn
tt:st quality of iaiaima:n
A3 ufactitud coniUatlr, All order tiled lih dli
:r .7 T?r. ."
a. ii, hailkv
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR BALE
AT THE LOWEST MAEKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
nF.CF.tVEi) rr.n i.atk aiiiiivai.s,and to aiuuvi: iku
W. H. Whiton, (rem fi'ew York, City of Madrid and City of Nnkin, from England
THESE (1001)8 AltK ADAPTED FOlt
Plantations, Country Stores and Families
Anil liooRlit from I'lllST HANDS IOll CASH, nnd will bo cold for CA8H, with lent tlitconnt on
, or on tiaunl terms to (mrllcH npiiroFd. Wo offer on liniul nml to nrrlve,
1'alnon Wrtt.nr Whitn Wltrli Tnf TTflrnnnnn OU.
Vulcnn Wator Whito Abovo Standard Korosono Oils
linrd Oil. Cnstor Oil, Nrnts 1'oot Oil, Cjllmlrr Oil. l'lnx fitcniii l'nckltiff,
Itidln llnlibcr Flnt I'nckltiK, 1-IRs 1-. !1-II. Ao.j Anlicstos Stonm IMckinR, Ailicntoa Holler CoTfrlno
llnlililt Mrtnl, Cnnnl llnrrow n, Itco lontlirr. Jntlicr IIcIIIiil', 3, . (1. H, 10 nml 12 Inch ;
WpRtiinCcntrifiiRitt Helling, n uicrlor nrtlcln t Dlwton'H Chiip Knlvci",
IIukIi Hcvthos nml Hnnltlm, Ox Itows, Mulo Cntt Axlrs, Jhiln TollnrH nml llninrs. .Mnlo Shorn,
Honvy Onrilrn IIoos, I.hik.'h rinnlora1 Hun, Axo nml Tick Mnttocka, 1'nrlH I!rcnkln IMotvs,
10, tho old fnvorlto nml mincclltil Molino Htcol llrcnkhic I'lmr. X0 nml XI Stocl llorao l'lowp.
litclo No. 1!0 1'lown, l'lnnet jr. Horpo Hop, n few MOLINK GANG 1'I.OWS,
John Drrrn mnkn ()U Hone, 3-1. 1, 1 1-1, 1 1-2 nnd 2 Inch;
Host Hlnmlnril Wonlon'a ContrlfiiRnl f.inlnpK, 111 nml 1 1 Inch, host n,nnllly j l'ortnhlo Forcog,
llnhlwln Fcrd Ctitli re. FnRlo AiivIIb, Socnr ". .Tncltson'ii j Dilim A- Htulilic Afoortcd Files,
DNslon's crlohrnleil Hnns, nil l?es MnchlnntH' Mnfoim' nnd lllnrkoinlllin' Ilnmnirrs,
HncclinroinrtfTR nml Hjrttp Therniometors, Cui Nnlls, nil ulres t Cut Hiilkcs, Wroticht Nnlls,
Horso Shoes, Horso Nnlls, Finishing Nnlls.
A FULL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
Jjocks, Hulls, Bcrows, HIiiror, AnRers, Anger lllls, Chlpels, Bnws, llrners, Holts, Cnlches, Ac,
Mncliino nml Cnrrino IkiltK, best niutiufncturu; tiniooth, Jnck nml Jointer 1'lnnts,
IMowrt niul Afnlfdi l'lnlii4. A Full T.lmi fif
Paints and Oils of the Lest English and American Brands !
STAPLE GOODS, SUOIT AS
AmoskenR ponlrns. 8 nml II 07. Tlrklnfts, A O A II nml I) lllrnehed Cottons. 4-4 wide, best mnko
1 nblenehed Collotis, Cliorp, Alcd urn nnd Flno ; I r.nttt nml Illnn Drills, I. nrn Drll s, hrnvy
XESW w" """' 8cn'"1 ".
STAPLE GrROOEEIES :
golden Gnto Kxtrn Fninily Flonr, Hnwnilnn 1'in, Corn Slnrch, Jnonn, Comet nnd Cheap T,
Cnlio - buKnr, Hnwnilnn SiiRnrs, Corn nml I'tns, Condensed Milk, Corned llecf nnd Toncncs, '
Hnrdities, Oxford Snnsnpes. McMttrrny'n Oysters, Kvnns A- Lescher's Finest Splcos.
'1 ho 1 nvorite I-nncy nnd WnnhitiK Soups, Cnlifomin mid EnRtern brands:"
Ilnms, Corn Jlenl, ATt-iin, Oriilmm Flour, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Oh Ooiiwi-iiineiifc :
Tho Geo. F. Blako Mfg. Co's Stewn Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's 1'utent Centrifugal,
Woodward t6 Brown's Celebrated Pianos,
Ucto Haven Organ Co. Parlor Orqam
Washburn tfc Mom Mfg. Co. Barbed Wire, the Best Barlwd Wire manufacture
Portland Cement, Sugar Bags, Oats and Bum, California Hay,
Columbia Biver Salmon, bbls. and If. bbls., Salmon Belliex in Kits Very Fine.
CH AS. T. GULICK,
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
For the District of Kona, Oahu.
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Deeds, Mortgngos, Lonecs, Wills and otbor legal documents drown at shortest
notico nnd nt rcnsotinblo rnteH.
Ilcnl Kstnto nnd property of every doccription on nny of tho Islnnds, bought, Bold
nnd negotiated, nud intending bnycre or Boilers will do woll to intrust thoir business to
Records Searched fox Titles of all Lands Bought or Sold
Mnrino Protests noted nnd extended, nnd Survey pnpers drnwn.
BInnks for Lnbor Contrncts nud othor business, of tho latest nnd most approved,
forms, constantly on hand and for sale.
Ofuco No. 1 Knnhumanu Street, Honolulu.
Rosidenco No. 1 1 1 King Strcot. Uusincss attonded to nt cither Offico or Residonco,
Have Just Received a Large
STOCK OF GOODS,
OIL! OIL! OIL!
The tnni1nnl lirnt..1a 'AAn,1.u ...i ti .
.. ,i '. '"iiaj nun uinrnrris irptn
from tho Hctliicr'e. 11m Noun.Iny Oil Is i.r hlvV tp' t
jnd Is nmv considered Till. U&T AJUL,i ' oil.
to lio Knd In tho rnurkct.
IjAKD OIL iu enscs nnd in barrels,
LUIJItlCATINO OILS-Low l'riccd-Cnstor Oil
Nonta Foot Oil, Cvlimlor Oil, Cheap Japan &
omokeatnclc nnd Iron work'.
Hall's Steel Plows,
A full lino from No. 5 to No. 13. with extra Hhnres md
llanilles. A full car load ilr.ct f rom Molli".
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks.
A new article, mado for turning tush, Tkaso
order samples to try.
Hall's Cane Planters or Coverers,
A new tool for coming can seed nflcr beloir
placed In tho furrow; will. It ono man
can do the work of three.
Bantow Store. Companjr'a Celebrated
Stores, Banges and Cabooses,
Farmers' Caldrou, auorted.
PACKINO-AI1 Sizen. '
Beino Twino and Fiah Lines.
Hubbuck's Faints and Oils
Wntor Viltera. Ice Cream Vtwxetn, llefrlcoratorB
1 Ijrdrnnlle . Jneks, liftliw 7toiw 24 IncheiTiluT:
IiOOk'H of ever3- ilecriition, Amonkent Vrulms!
by tlio bnlo or piece t Amoskeau Ticking, by tUtl
rtnviJEIt-lUiwtins.Ginntnml Hercnlen, Bpart
I nwder from f tu IS.', lb. tina, Uiant l'owdvr uiid
All for ! dieap by
17 '-orer Hluir nml 1'uri NlreeC
Vor rU). by
Cotbm Veil aii4 2Cfaat i
A. 1ST. Mt4iuaMi..M - I
SV. M1Btf.Ba AMM..
mm mi vsm.
Nickle Mounted in Sets or Single
Ficcos, such as
Croam Jugs, Wator Jugs,
Slop Jars, Sugar Bowls,
9Tou and Coflbo Urns,
Iron Stone Ware
The abor. war, . pBt toKther not .Imply ia take the
eye but Is well mad. In every reiprct.
$ CROCKERY 3
Oups und Saucers,
Toilot Sots, plain and fancy, -
Diunor and Tea Sets,
Desert Sets, Ac, fc0.
STOVES, fe RANGES
NOTT Ac Co.
Practical Tl, Vopprr m4 8kt jtm Wetke
Kaah.aiaeis tt. Hueolei
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