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1'reo in ttio wild nm nlml,
Or ton bin! met Ilia fonm i
1 liw Isrul frnlt fast lMtul,
ftrtli li tx narrow for home I
Awijr from it rulers nml mc,
., . " ollVw "' fl,Kh p' '.
OiiltttippiiiK the march of tlie ant,
Onr ruuslo the sour of the ..
IVforo n tho lonu wave whilciii.
Ami grate nrt beneath u wu know,
Unt oter nml rimml tn It brltlitcun
An rkUy tho land bitere Mow.
tfprrod out tho wlilloehcet to tho brrecn,
nirwnvr hall beat tlmo to their tmio,
Ami tho waft of their j'lniona rrlrnin uk,
l'erfuirml with tho inmutouf June.
The dirk clouds on Jurn'a top thlekcu,
,fi. M,l,l'u can niter lu mtm)
The laml breren MifU-n, ami quicken
I ho ruah and the roar of the watea.
O T the aournl of the itiri;o loiul ringlm!
Citnca Cor'Tjcckrn's Muimrrcklnir roar,
Ami the mermaid in concert arc alucini:
On Colonaaj'a beautiful nhore I
J.up care In the amoke of Iho city
And ilrmina In the trk and tho store i
A bikIi of tho prtamcrn of pity
A smile, to the rlctlina of love.
Tho Woe d'ji in opt n befuro in,
e mount on tho crmt of the foam,
ni r n canuPJ "'cr u,
ihe plnnka and tho ennrna our home.
'f.RHiIn orer Talleya and ruonntnlin,
hero hiddrn thij een bloNoina bloom
The Kcieta that lurk In tho fountains
llenenth n we know not tho doom
Of thooo whom tho ocean bed pillows,
ho eltrii in tlio arnn of tho kci
""'wo rock on. On, on o'er the billowB I
Ihi, this is the home of tho frrot
Aitonisb.bg a Grand Vizier.
Mr. Alison wns ono of Iho most rotnnrk
nblo of tho nblo men on Lord Stratford's
Bind". Ho afterward beenmo our Knvor in
Pcrsii and died nt Teheran. Ho was r
great favorito with tho Turku, whoso Inn.
gungo ho know perfectly, ns well ns Arabic
nml Greek. Rcsliid Pnshn, whcti ho was
Grand Vizier, mado quito n spoiled child of
him, treating him with a degree of defer
enco which ho did not show to tho embas
sadors of other courts, and nllowing him to
cnt jokes on tho most serious subjects
without resenting their occasional
Ilcshid Pasha wns succeeded bjr a fanat
ical old Turk of tho name of Rnouf Pnsha.
Mr. Alison having to transact somo oflicial
business nt tho l'orto was received very
diffcroutly from what ho had been accus
tomed to. So marked wcro tho respect
find cordiality entertained for him by tho
Grand Vizier, that ho would meet him nt
tho top of tho principal slaircaso, take him
by tho hand and conduct him through tho
crowds in tho antechambers to his owu
room. On this occasion there wns nothing
of tho kind. A servant led him to tho
presonco of tho great man, to whom he was
announced simply ns a Secretary of tho
English Iumbabsy. llaouf Pnsha took no
notice, Jlr. Alison tint his hands in his
pockets and began whistling a tnne, while
ho looked at tho pictures on tho walls. Tho
servant ran up to him, saying that tho Pasha
on tho sofa was tho Grand Vizier.
"Impossible," exclaimed Mr. Alison in
Turkish. "That must bo somo flunkoy.
Tho Grand Vizier would receive mo liko a
Itaouf Pasha stood np in apparent as
tonishment. Mr. Alison took a scat nndin
bis most patronizing manner iuvitcd tho
great man to 6it down. He then explained
the caso ho had to lay bofore tho Porte.
After a long discussion of it, tho Grand
Vizier looked at his watch, said it was tho
hour of bis prayer, and knelt down nt tho
end of his sofa, ns tho Turks delight in do
iug in tho prosenco of foreigners. The
Mussulman prayer winds np with n dam
natory clause against all infidels, and Rnouf
Pnsha rolls it out in a stentorian voice, as
if ho levelled at his visitor, who knew
enough Arabic to understand that a delib
erate insult wns intended by tho emphasis
laid on tho words.
Tho Grand Vizier then rotnrncd to his
scat and resumed tho official interview.
"When tho affair under consideration was
Ecttlcd, Mr. Alisou in his torn looked nt his
watch, remarked thnt it was his prayer
time, aud went to tho other cod of tho sofa,
whero ho wont through a variety of ges
tures and gonutlexions, ending with a vocif
erous auathema against all Turks, Mussul
mans aud other unbelievers in tho holy
Christian fnith, declaimed in pure Arabic,
as understood by nil pious Mohammcdaus.
Ho then walked out of tho room without
taking tho least notice of tho astounded
In Mexico, Peru, IJrazil and elsewhere,
unshod horses nro daily worked ovor roads
of all kinds, carrying heavy packs from tho
interior down to tho coatt, tho journey to
and fro being often extended to sovcral
huudrcd miles, and thoy never wear out
their hoofs. Tho roads are neither softer
nor smoother than those of England aud
Ireland. On tho wilds of Exmoor and
Dartmoor, ns also in tho Orkneys and on
tho WcUh hills, and in many parts of Con
tinental Kurop, horse ruu unshod over
rocks, through ravines, and up nnd down
precipitous ridges, yet they never buffer
from contracted feet, or from corns or
cracks, until they becomo civilized and have
been shod. Differences in tho quality of
tho soil, bo it bard or soft, stony or sandy,
smooth and slippery, aro of comparatively
littlo importanco to tho horso whoso feot
aro as nature mado them. Tho unshod
horso can deal successfully with nil roads.
In tho rotrcat of the French army from
Moscow, tho horses lost all their shoes be.
fore they reached Vistula; yet they found
their way to franco over hard, rough nnd
frozen grouud. Tho natural solo of tho
horso's foot is almost impenetrable. It is
so hard and strong as to protect the tensa
tivo solo from all harm. And all horses'
feet exposed tihardnbjcctsaro mado harder
by tho contact, provided only that tho bolo
is not pared. -tr Geo. W'j-lx,
Vumtlvo Giu:x Mij-u ox the Daxude.
A corretpondent, describing a trip down
tho Dauube in Austria, says; "Tho iloat
iug grain mill on tho Dauube aro its most
curious fuUurc. Fa y two canal boats
moored parallel to each other in mid. river,
about fifteen or twenty feot apart, and aup.
porting between them the crank of a gigan.
tic wilLnhtel, turned by tho current of tho
stream. Fancy, moreover, the sides of ono
of these boats carried up one btorr higher
than the other, thou roofed over a la Noah's
ark, with windows and doors as needed,
ml you will hare a fair idea or these Dan.
uba grain mills, ionic 4,000 to 5,000 of
which, in group tf 10 or 12 together, hre
ctkttcred along this watery highway, all
tho wy from Vienna to liclgrave. Kach
mill Li intcribed with its owner' name."
Tho Capturo of Limn.
Continual from our An Usur,
There was but ono way to snvo tho city.
Tho foreign guard turned out, badly armed
nt first; but soon wresting arms and nm
munition from tho very rioters thcmfclvcs,
thoy Bternly boro down upon tho rulllanly
liordo and although themselves lirrd nt
from roof and windows, nt lacked them vig.
oronsly nt every jwint nnd in n fow hours
routed them complotcly, leaving scores of
the- sconndrols dead in their track, and
losing only half a dozou of their own men:
two ItnlianB, ono Spanish, ono Gormnn njil
two others, nationality unknown, Tho
tiro companies turned out nnd nrrcslcd tho
flames, nt a moment when tho whole coutro
of tho city secerned ns if it must go, and by
8 o'clock in tho morning tho Mrcots wcro
in pcaccablo possesion of our patrols.
Then camo n lull, nml tho question sug
gested itself, "Whit next? " Two dayshnd
elapsed sinco tho lnttlcs, nnd it cottlil not
bo expected that tho Chilians would wait
forever in sight of the lowers of Lima. A
peace comnifoion, headed by tho Alcnldo,
rodo out to tho Chilian camp nnd rrpro.
senting tho stnto of atl'a. J within tho city,
formally delivered it over to Gen. iJnnu'e-
dano, requesting him howovcr, not to enter
until ho had completely cleared the streets
of stragglers, which ho hoped to accomp
lish in n fow houis. At nbout 4 p.m., the
sounds of martini musio cchord through
tho streets leading from tho lix
position nnd n battnlion of infantry nnd n
squadron of cavalry blowly proceeded to
tho place, in tho most perfect order nnd
silence. Not a cheer was heard from tho
victors j not a sound from tho vanquished.
In fact, nlmost without exception, tho
crowds that lined tho streets wcro com
posed of foreigners, who after tho ex
perience of tho last fuw days, internally
wolcomed tho army ns n deliverer. A for
eign guard had been sent to tnko charge of
tho Snn Cristobal battery, artillery, bnr
racks, etc., nnd thoy quietly hnutlcd thorn
over to their new owuct-b and ns quietly.
returned to their Homes; sleeping however,
those who did sleep, on their nrme. But
tho lesson of tho night had not been lost
on tho bandit elcmont of the population,
nud not a single disturbance occurred to
mar tho tranquility of tho city. Anxiety
even wns vanquished by fatigue, nnd ninny
who for thrco nights had not closed their
eyes, sought their pillows with a senso of
safety nnd relief. Mennwhilo thousands,
principally women nnd children, had flown
from Lima to Ancon, prefering nny privn
tions to tho reign of terror that threatened
liimn, and that port, itself partially de
slroycd by tho recent bombardment, wns
filled with fugitives, most of them with
out bedding, food or money. Tho foreign
fleet, lying nt anchor there, behaved nobly.
They landed a heavy force of sailors nnd
marines, established a cordon around the
town to disarm and warn off all stragglers,
opened their stores of provisions nnd gave
freely to all in need ; sent sails nud bedding
as they could spire, nnd by every means
in their power comforted nud reassured tho
Learning of this stato of affairs, Colonol
Vcrgara, Minister of War, accompanied by
Chief Engineer Stonlan and his aid, Mnjor
Temple, went down in person to Ancon to
nssuro them that they might nt ouco re
turn to tho capital nud provided frco trans
portation to nb many as desired to accept it.
Gon. Baqucdnno occupies rooms iu tho
palace, as aUo Gen. Saavedra, tho military
commandant of tho city, who immediately
issued n proclamation requiring all officers
and men of tho Peruvian army to report nt
tho Intcndencin, after which thoy might
remain unmolested in their bouses, nnd nl
lowing all above tho grado of Colonel to re
port in writing. Tho bond nlso renuired
immediate delivery of nil government arms
and ammunition, nnd forbade anyono go
ing armed, with tho exception of
members of tho foreign guard, who in con
sideration of their services in saviiig tho
city, wcro exempt from this prohibition.
Lima wns in tho hands of tho victorious
nrmy, nnd tho army of Peru wns totally dis
persed or destroyed ; but tno gravo question
nt onco nroso with whom to treat, as tho
Government of Peru, tho ulterior stipula
tions of a treaty of peaco, which would on
nblo cither country to resumo its peacoful
Inbors, interrupted by an exhausting strog
glo of two years' duration. Sr. Picrola had
been undoubtedly recognized by tho peoplo
of Peru ns well as by foreign Governments
ns tho dictator of her destinios, and nny
treaty of peaco made by nny nssemblago of
men, however honorablo thoir antecedents,
might bo repudiated by him and tho rest
of tho country, nnd was tho opinion ex
pressed by a "Junta de Notables, " called
togother by Gen. Saavedra to deliberate on
tho situation; and such is tho unsatisfactory
coudition of nffuirs to-day. Sr. Picrola, it
scorns, reached Chocas, somewhero iu tho
interior cast of Ancon, with a few faithful
ndheronts, nnd from thcro issued a decree
stating that tho result of tho ree'eut bittlcs
rendered it necessary for him to retire with
the fow forces left him ; that this step had
allowed tho peaccablo entry of tho Chilian
nrmy into Lima ; that tho necessity of mniu
tnining tho Iudepondenco of tho Govern.
meut ns well as tho exigencies of tho mili
tary situation, did not allow tho Govern
ment to havo nny fixed place of rcsidonco
nud that, therefore, tho dispatching of nil
brancliCH of tho Government were merged
into tho hands of a Sccrctary-Goncral. nnd
that tho scat of Government was wherovcr
tho Secrotary.Goucral might happen to bo
On receiving tho decision of tho "Jonnt
do Notables, " that thoy had no authority
to treat whilo tho Governmout of Piorola
existed, Gen. Saavedra replied, under dato
of tho 12st: "Thcro not existing oven
dis facto, tho Dictatorial Government of
Don Nicolas do Piorola, nor auy other na
tional authority in tho territory of tho do
jnrtmcut of Lima, tho district romains sub.
ject to tho fullest rigor of martial law.
Thib, then, is tho situation : Lima nnd
Callao aro occupied by tho army of Chili,
and the capital of tho republic is with,
out a government, savo tho municipal ono
of Dou Rafael Torrico, who has remained
at his post aud behaved liko n man.
How long this anomalous fclalo of affairs
will coutinuo to exist, or how long tho Chi
lian authorities wilt brook tho f.jwtby of
Peru, is tho problem of tho day. -flc.
Paper belting in used with success in tho
machinery hall of nn exhibition now held
in Japiu. It is Mated that tho belting
mado of piper has been tested nnd found
to bo much stronger than tf.at mado of or
ri:ST QUALITY OF VAIAI MAN
AH oidcf. Clliil with (ill-
, II, UAII.KV
Cable mb4 Anther
CHAIN IMII.MAXH IKON MTSCU AH
CHOBJi-hU.. front h Inch t IU lca, x Jfor
TU for lt by B0LLK8 Co
TliO. H. DAVIES
Offer for Sale,
Of the Klue Iron
Galvanized Iron Roofing
in C, 1. 8 anil 9 feel Icnsttie.
Galvanized Iron Ridging:
hi ft feet Icnqthi.
FENCE WIRE & STAPLES,
Ilntilwiire, Cemrnt, Si!i!lfrr.
I'alut nml Oils, Itcil Lead, Door Mat,
Rice Bags, Sugar Bags,
Clotliini; and Dry Good),
BLOOD, WOLFE'S ALE!
' ris IlMtid " Stout,
NOW ON HAND!
11Y i.ATK AKKIVAtS,
Aebeslos Fcltlnjr, 'or Steam I'lpea and Uollert.
Cement, Kencc Wire,
Itailroad Iron with Spikes,
Holts, Switches, Ac., complete.
Galvanized Iron Ware,
lllue Mottled Soap, Vellow Soap,
baddlcry, Liverpool Salt,
Crooliory nntl Gltuitrnro.
Dry Goods and Clothing,
Klre Clay, Cantos,
Tobacco, Ac. Ac.
3HrrIcs, Tnit & Wntson's
T70 500-Gallon Evaporators,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
rc 8M TIIEO. H. DAVIES.
rpilE IMKllSI(j.Vt.l) IIRfiS TO I.VFOKJI
-- hla Customer and the TuMic generally that
HE HAS REMOVED
HIS nUSINESS TO THE
Shops on Queen Street
ADJOINING II. HACKFELD A CO.,
Where lie ! prepared to
Manufacture All Kinds
andCano Dump Carts
Alio, to attend to
Full and Complete Stock
rainlf, Varnlthea. H.'flntd liar Iron,
Hiirway ar.d bwcilen Iron, llorte-rhwi,
Um!.,T!.",,.c", Vdk A,h ani1 "Ickory I'lank,
lillo Wxtl, Ac, Ac.
WHICH I WILL OFFER
Bod. HooIsl Prices !
IL ORDEHJ FILLED WIThTrOMPTNEJS N0 DISPATCH.
Thanklne the I'uldlc (or patt l'alrmiase, I hope by a
constant endearor lo atiry lay valroni. to merit a
continuance of the tine.
"" " c. WEST.
SEIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAM
VOlt SALE 11V THE
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
Thli little apparatna oil. the cylinder conitantly and
perfectly. tollttlooll la utcd tUatatatine of oil and
tar cjual lo four tlmea Iu coat may bo tCicted In one
riat Size. $45. Half Pint Bize. 430.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Iltlwtra Merchant and (qacn hired, Ilonolula.
riiins i.M.itta:Mi:.N r or thin iittiNi:-
alteration and a.lditlou. btlur conmlete. ! Lith
cn ruomt, newly furnUbed. In Jet. llalh ltoom lth
ihonrrand all m
No (Vleatlala eutploteU in till. Ilooie, All
lhacoutenltuci.. tf aVlratCUta lintel
Meals at All Moon In tho KeaUuravat.
Ktntt-' -loSp. m Dinner lilu 3 . in. Hopper 5
toTp - unt SI Ulperwcck. hlnslaMralatSeenU.
Ilaard Ilealaenc If to per wrk, by ibu day or
month a, per airoemenl. AcIhoIc-Jk"1 Lr all
The Ilcsl t'oukins in Honoliila, liar Xouc,
Alto, the crritrtl liberality In all arransemeuti.
Kl 3ji AI.KIIEI) II. llOUdllTON, iTop'r.
IflKIG ATIOX AlTKIl THIS DA'JT-:
alrlctly proM61td. tscepl betwten In hoara of
luM.m..iMaa 4 (m .ua. (i. I). KUEKTII,
Approtedi tlupetluleiid(Kt of Water Worki.
inijrntui ji. a, r.i'utTi, mauler UI Interior.
Jouulylu, April IWk, liU
C. BREWER & CO.
Oflor t la o Oai'go
or Tin: amkiucan
BARK "EDWARD MAY,"
Just Arrived from Boston,
I'ONSISTINO IN t'AlIT A8 V()t.l.OWHt
Ntcntn, ('iiniliorliiiKl nml Stovo Coal,
Kerosene Oil,'" Electric " Brand.
Kerosene Oil, "Brewer's Best," 100 Test
CJ n, v l ISt. n i; c li e is ,
IJnslcrii I'l'no Harrel SIiooIch,
O.ifH "Coppor-llpnetl," HcbIii,
l'ilcli, Tar, Piro Clny, I'lnster Pnrls,
Ico Hofrigcratorn vnriiiUH sizes,
BARRELS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
Tick nml Axo Hniiillrfl,
MULE CARTS, Hcnvy nnd Light,
Fntinors' lluiloro, for l'laiitntlon uo j
An lavotco tif Cut Nulls, iisurloil;
AnittitiliovolB, Hunt's Axes nnd llutchots.
i wki.i, Ni:i.i:cr:ii
Stock of Choice Groceries :
Lowls' Tutnatocd, Cnacs Saumiga Mont,
(Irt'cii Corn, SitccotnHli,
(ilicrkitifl, t nnd i gull.
llotiton H.ikcd Ueitiis, Corn Slnrcli,
Tomato and Mock Turtle Soup,
Siinilwleh Hum and Toiiriio,
ItihIi Slow, Htirricut of Mutton,
Slutted Chlvcn' lload, Dairy Salt,
Qr lliirroU Family Pork.
Cases Lard, 0 111 h'iih, full weight?
Boston Crushed Sugar.
FAIRBANKS' 1'LATFOItM. SCALES
Iron SnfcB, Yellow Mctnl nnd Nails,
Manila Cordnge, Now llodfonl iimku;
Whitowcod, Slates, ltosoudnlu Cement.
An Invoice of Carriages,
Tlxo Latest Stylos
AX1 IH'.-ri:i MAMll'AtrrUKKllM.
Basket Phaetons, Cabriolets.
ltubbor Packing, .
Sugar and Coal Bags,
Tho nbove Good ttlll bo offered for alo to arritc
UPON REASONABLE TERMS.
V. HIiKWKK A CO.
RECEIVED THIS DAY
EX BARK KAIiAKAUA.
f;:iiii-Mi,ii'oiiNi.t hay, ctnronMA
. Oats, California Ilnrlcy, Callfonila Ground Dnrlcy,
California Corn. California Mlitat, California I'.ran.
All fre.lt nml In Rood order, and for eal low by
I10M.E3 A; CO.
(Ti OLDKX GATE DXTIIA FAMILY,
W Uoldcn Gate Baker' lliira,
,.,,.... . . . Kxcelalor Extra,
Lx bark Kalalaua, for falu by HOLI.KS & CO.
t;iu)ci:itn:s k. kai.akaua."
Plll.sr A MKItltll,TN A'CMHt Powder.
Oulonff Comet Tea, EnRllh Breakfast Tea,
Crulu-d Suur, Urannlated Migar, t'Lbe Snyar.
i or Sale by UOLLES i CO.
PltlJin IMIIIU. KXIKA MKS.1 BKEF IN
barrel. Extra Family lleef In half barrels. Extra
PlrPorli In ',. !, and ), barrels. Butter In 20 lb keca
and I lb glass Jara; llama and Bacon (extra nice). Lard,
For Sale by llOM.LS & Co.
Cioi.i'.nniA itivi.it Salmon ix nAimr.M
and half barrels, Canned Salmon 1 and s lb tins.
BOM.ES A CO
PAIXTS AJf JJ 01I.S. ATIjANTIO
X Lead, llubbuck'a Lead, Hubbnck'. Zinc,
Verdigris, Black I'alut, Chroma Orcen,
Clirnno bellow, I'arls C!rceu,anda
Full assortment of Fancy Paints.
For sain by BOLLKS A Co.
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
A y ArNIKTlI:."r lt KI71I1 1'ltoH .. i.n
.iln r.n... , .iiA i ' -... .N, .....,
Inch to 6 Inch. Also. Hntmnrii. Milln,r lfnilln
Hooiclinc, Marline, Uouiiijln c.
UOLLES & CO.
IiOITjED TilXSKKD PAINT Oil,.
J llr Linseed I'alnt Oil, Warrenled the puro Arllclu
Lard Oil, for Lubricating. Cases of faplril Tur
pentine Atlantic Lead, In packages of 1 lb, aud
upwards or 60 lbs. I'alnt Brushes In sreat
varltty. All of which III be sold at Prices br
W If UOLLUB ,t CO.
A I irjjn assortment of Frn,lts. Meals, Fish,
Lobsters, Clams, Oysters, blirlmps. ,tc.
atrccelcd,andforale Ly LOLLES t Co.
SOJIK VERY II. Mi: NA)3PJ,1.
Kx Kalakana, (or sale by BOLLES CO.
March V), It&U 43 jg
BOir.'KllIjIN'SUKU OH, IX MILS.
and 3 gallon cans, Itatr I'alnt Oil. Ilia nurn Unseed,
for sale by UOLLES Jfc Co.
Arur.i. ANNtmr.MK.vr or mzck rnM
six thread to firo Inch.
3 UOLLES Jfc CO.
UTOKIl A31) CIIKKSK,
itccciTca uy uie " uuy 01 ttyanry." For sale by
BOM.ES Ji Cot
W.OOKS AND MAST HOOl'S.
P',?,:.:!'.T. tHi,S 'TKAPl'KK III.Ul'UN
... 1 s!.'u!',le hon. S"PPd Blotks. l'atcnt BiisIIuk
1'I.tln Bushing, a full assortment of slics.
2 B18 , BOLLES A CO.
1.1 AIIIHAXKN' I.AIII) M l'AII, a 4k 1Mb
ca'b. Butter In Jars and Kegs. Coeesc. Caso
Assort'd Tablo Frnltn, Canned Meats, Jams and JeHles
lloney In t.la.s. I'lckles Kes of I'Icklv, Vt-grlablcs
and laddies of Finest Tea, Sardines In qr and lit botes,
erwlcolll, Maccaroul, Cracker lifarlety, CuW Mugarl
he.- Snear. JlOLLKb A- til.
BY THE LATEST AREIVALS
ritoM has iruAxciNrw
7K IIAVK ItKClUVKD A LAKGK
' addition lo our former stock of Ship Chandlery
"wlf pw., 1 ivii.iua., ac, AC, wuicn gives US IU
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Keptoulbeis Islands, all tf nhlrb ttlll basoldal Ua
Lowest Market l'rltes, as usual. Onr friends aud h
1uJ,"5.l!en,f"lr ' rctpcctfallj- Inslleil to ciauiins
- IB BOLLES A CO
Per City of Sydney.
100 11 AGS TlRST IJUAL1TY lOTA-
l tot.. Ilsgt hllrersklit Ouluns
California IHIir Bnner, in MU lbs kejs, and 4 lbs
"Us Jsrs. put up Kipretslr f,.r onr Trade.
Lsitcni tVl(,h, llooele.. Ciln.h. Eaittrn Hams,
Ea.tern llacuu. Comet English Breakfast Ta,
InMb boirs. Cornel Oolong T. l! botes.
Sslmoii, pilot Bread, Crackers, and fake, Mcdlnm
Bread la Cases
HTCAWCm CITY Or SYDirSY,
IDA McKAY, AND
J A rALKUniDKO
j.m. Hra svaua runic rora, vaniornia 1 rij
ALFRED M.M ELLIS
JUST OL'liXED A LAWiK INVOICE
laces, llinlirolilcrics, Fringes.
Ladies' and Children's Dresses,
Satins, Silks, Cropos,
All Colois and Shades, lmlh Finned and rialn.
Ladies' and Children's Parasols,
TANS AND rAN-HOLDERS.
Ladies' nml Children's Undonronr.
Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery,
Blaek. Colored and Figured.
Orenadines and Buntings,
All colors something nan for Hits climate.
Trim rrx o ca. Bonnets
H. ound 3EE ats i
Of Silk, Velvet, Satin nnd nrocade, alt widths and
CENTS' AND LADIE8'
Ac. Ac. &c. Ac.
Samples Sent on Application.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
COME ONE ! COME ALL !
And examine these Goods.
A. M. MELIUS"
101 Fort airett, Brewer's Blcolc.
NEW YORK LITE
Cash AssetH 845,000,000
Animal Income 10,000,000
Caali Surplus 0,000,000
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
S. A. SWALM,
For San Frnnrlsoo, Australia, Japan and
EX-GOVERNOK FRED'K P. LOW,
Prest. of Local Board in San Francisco.
II. HACKFELI) & CO.,
C. 0. BEUOERj
For the Hawaiian Islands.
ALL KOKMS OF
Life Insurance Policies Issued.
KXA11INK THE NEW
(Eitract from a letter of lion V. F. Low.
I certify that I haralaken out a "Tontlno" poller In
tho ew iork 1.1 fo Insnranco Co. for JJJ.nui! Hint I re-
i.i .., " "' i.iii-.s wi.ii oi miii insurance,
nnd that ths prlnclplea embodied In the new plan. after
n em refill ..ntiiln.i..ii h.v.i ..........I .1. . x'i . . .1. .
............ ....,..u..' du.wiru ,llo iimrtliuil. I
hav lirrrtcfora cntrrtalned alh.l "I.iro InVnrance."
I have sttadlljrdielln.dtu Insure until ths" Tontine"
naa (ireseutta to me. Yours veir truh .
r, y. low.
It l'torldts for one's fanillr at ordinary Life rales.
Ui m."ncjr ",u",ttl "'' Inldeslimarrlylueals
IT OFFERS ADVANTAGES
Far In eaecss of thoie realltrd from Die Inveilment of
equal amount. In savlnK. hanks or corpoiata sto'k, of.
ferine equ il accuilty, .vs.ui.
SEE LIST OF POLICY E01DER81
rafl'nV' Wh0Ul h" l"""r1 U iUU pUn " lmounU
From $5,000 to $20,000.
J O OUde,
Wllllsm II DimouJ,
r T Irnrhnn,
O W MactarUtif,
II IC Macfnrlnne.
Y W McfiUne;
U W Hclnnlat,
fc O IMinun,
K K Kaal,
K a Wnllcr,
II K Wltlluoy,
H W Ilnp,
Aud raauv others.
O O ikiun.
Win O IrwTu,
Which Is sufficient guarantee a, to tu merits,
for full Information, apply la
M. HAl'MrSU V., or
L. Alalwl,sjtClljrof lidst." VufMUbr
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
nr.cKivRU rnu lath aiiiiivalh,amto aiikivr rr.n
W. H. Whiton, from Kew Yolk, City of Madrid and City of Nnkin, from England
Tiir.sn noons aiii: AHArrni) rou
Plantations. Country Stores and Families
AiiiUiourilit from i'IIIHT HANDS I'OK CAHH.nml will lo pott! for CASH, wllh litiil illpcount on
lltiic, or on tiHtml trrniH to imrtlrn niiprovul. Wn offer on linmt nnd to nrrhc,
1'alaco Wator Whito High Tost Korosono Oil,
Vulcan Wntor Whito Above Standard Korosono Oil,
Urtl (HI. Castor Oil, Ncftts Foot Oil, Cylinder Oil, Klnx Hlr-am I'nrklnK,
Indln Hiililicr Tint I'npklnR, 1-lf!, 1-8. lHO.'.Vc.t Anlientofi HImiii I'noklnp;, Aljcn(o Holler CotctltiK
llnblilt .Met il, Cnnnt Dnrrottit, 1 jtco I.rntlirr. lntlirr HcIIIiil', ft, 4, 11. H, 10 nntt 1'.' Inch f
Wfalon'HCciilrlfncnl lleltlntr. Kiicrl()r nrtlclol Dlratoii'd (nnr Knlrrp,
llnali HrvtliOH nml Httnlthn, Ox Hows, Mnln Cnit Allen, Mtiln Cillnrn nnd Hninnn, Mulct Hlioop,
Hcnvy (Inrden IIoph, I.nno'n I'lnnlera' Ilocs, Ain nnd Tick MftltocliK, 1'nrla Hrcnklni,' 1'Iowh,
15, llio old fnvnrito nnd tmpirollcd Molinn Hltrl llrcnklnu I'low, XO nnd XI Hlrrl Homo 1'lows,
llnuln No. 20 I'low n. Manet jr. Horso llop.n fow MOIilNfi OANO 1'I.OWH,
John IJrcrn ninkti Oil Hime, !M, 1, 1 LI, 1 1 -a it ml a Inrlij
HeHt Klnndnrd Wratoii'dOntrlfiitrnl T.ltilnca, Ilintid II Incli, licul innll(T Torlnble 1'nrcfon,
llnldtvln IVrd CntlcrH. Kniln Anvlln, HiH-nr it .Inrkpon'H Dlaalnn A Hlnlilir' ApROttrd I'llrp,
DlaHlon'n relMirnlrd Knup, nil nirrpi AlnclihiKlr.' Mnpnnn' nnd lllnrksmltliB' HniniiierM.
Kitrcltnromr tern nnd 8yrup 'J liornioinolorR, Cut NMIp, nil plrep ( Cnt Hplkr x, Wrought Nnllp,
Horna Hhoon, Horno Nnllp, I'tiilnhinu Knllp.
A FULL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
JxMjkp, llntlp, Bcrrtep, HIiircp, A timers, Anger lilts, CIiIpcIp, Hnwp, llrnren. Iloltp, Cnlchcn Ac,
Mnchinu nnd Cnrrinco llolth, brut innnufnrturu Hmootli, .luck nnd Juluicr 1'lnniH,
1'Iowh nnd Mulch I'lnnrn. A Full I.I no of
Paints and Oils of the Dost English and American Brands 1
STAPLE GOODS, SU01T AS
AnioskenR Dr-nlmn. 8 nnd 0 or. TIckliiRP, A 0
iiniimnriii'ii uouonp, L.uirp, Ait'iiiutn iinil J inn
jtiiiniit uinjior, nirn Jiinpn tolict lltitr, 1- ino
A Suiwrior Apportmciit of Araerlcntt Wliito
Hntup, Corn MonI, Avunn, Ornhnin Flonr, etc.,
Ooldcn Gnlo I.xlrn r nmlly Flonr, Hitwnllnn Fin, Com Slnrrli, Jntmn, Cmnel nnd Clienp Tcnp,
Cnbo StiRnr, Hnwnlinn Kunnrp, Corn nnd l'tnp, Condctiped Milk. Corned Uerf nnd Toiicncn.i
Hnrdlnep, Oxford Hnupngcu. McMurrny'ri Oyslrrp, Kviins A I,cpchpr's FineHt jplcca,
Tho Fntoriln Fnncv nnd Wnplilin. Sontw. Ciillfornlit nnd 1'jisIitii lirntulu
On OoiiMipfntiioiit :
Tho Goo. F. Blako Mfg. (Jo's Steum Peed Irrigating & Vncuura Pumps
Western's Patent Centrifugal,
Woodward C Brown's Celebrated Pianos,
jVciw Haven Or-g'an Ca. Parlor Organs
Washburn f: Mocn Mfg. Co. Barbed Wire, the Best Barhd Wire manufacture
Portland Cement, Sugar Bags, Oats and Bt an, California Hay,
Columbia Bivcr Salmon, bbls. and hf. bbls., Salmon Bellies in Kits Vcrv Fine.
Importers and Dealers in
OF AM, HINDS.
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL IHE USUAL S2 00K SIZES
TIMBER, PLANK, BOARDS,
FEHCINQ AKD PICKETS
ALSO, OIV 13.AJST
A Koit Complete Stock of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER
BOLTS. 8CREWS. Eto
Scantling ; Plank, aurfneo and rough
llimrtlp, snrrncod nnd rotiflij lluttctn,
riukotB, nilatii;, luttico, OlitpbourU.
Al.PiO, IN ttTtlt'H,
Paint and Whltowash Brushes,
METALLIC AND OTflER PAINTS!
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Ea.t.rn and Oallfornl. Mak.
FOR 8ALK IX QUANTITIES TO SUIT
XsO-W PTlIOSsI '
STEAM AND VACUUM POMPS
T'lIKUXDKnsiOKBD II AVE JUHT
J. rw-lr4 Dirr Am v... :..... .... T-- ..HP
"""', '3 ' iTilrsW S
fKK A CO.
TELEPHOME GOXPAHY !
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v. o. auKH..v.v::.vv;;vftls
m,vLJi?1ii ,,,, If" l au '. Mf4 wtwu T.
Ml lUa Maw, u.. .ii " IVTIT !" ..
. T" ' TTFf" ajBM YHaVfUktSi
mil) lllenrlird CiitloiiB. 4-1 wide, lirpt mnkot
own nnd lllun Drlllp. Linen Drlllp, lit-nty t
o I.nco, llluo Flntmcl, Bcnrlnl 1'ImhiicI,
- ROOERIES :
Nicklo Mounted in Sets or Single
Pieces, such ns
Tea Pots, Coffco Pots,
Crenm Jugs, Wntor Jugs,
Slop Jnrs, Sugar Bowls,
Ten aud Collco Urns,
Iron Stone Ware
The aboto ware Is put together not simply 10 Uke tbsj
cje but Is well made In ercry respect.
Cups and Saucors,
Toilet Sots, plain nnd fanoy,
Diuner uud Ton Sots,
Desert Sots, Ac, &o.
STOVES, fc RANGES
NOTT Ac Co.
Practical Tin, Copper and iihret Iron Worker,
' " KaahUmSnU Hlrr.l llnnnli.1,.
for Sale by A. W. IH'IIAiMMI s tM.
1 Comet rl ma iTmCSTS." ILsieAtsi
A 11 nnd 1) lllenrlird Ciitloim