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11V OIIK SI'FUAI, coi!i:rsio.Mir..ST.
Sn rnANricn, December 'IS.
A fait to IhiiMurrliniits' KiclmngK np
priFCH me of llio fact tlmt tlui 1). O.Murray
will m dis)iitclii'l for Honolulu to-ilny nt
lii'li tide, find fin nho nitty occupy from Hi
to J8 iln.H on tlio trip down, I will propnro
u iiiiiitiiiiry oftlio principal ncWH-topirH in
rni tlio fnvuritit olil pncKi't should put in
an appenrancu too lato to admit of tliu
UHiial fci'lcction of news most suitable to
Just as tlio mail steamer ZtalamUa nas
lenu'iig tlio harbor, on tlio 'JOth, a shoit
luit uticrrtnili dispatrli coinoovrtliouros
nimutiiicing tho loss of tlio Arctic ojplor
nitf st(nmei.Mimc,a!id tin1 lntiHiig of tho
greater portion of tlio crow on tho Kast
rn coast of .Sihcua. 'J'ho brig . J.
SprtrMt, which left tho following day, took
thin hit of iiuwh along, hut it was not until
tho next morning that wo recum-ri any
tiug like detitiito information lmro, Tlio
iiowh jii.st.coiiiit through tlio Koyal Cluo
graphical Society of Loudon, ami much
indignation exists in consecpienco of tho
eontoniptiblo meannesa and the repre
heiiHihlo conduct of tho I'ruhident of tho
Admitiistiatiou of Eastern Sibuiin, who
refused to telegraph the announcement of
tho arrival of the survhois of tho JtunmtU
bceaiibo thoy weio without funds. Tho
iirrtt newHof their escape was consequently
delayed ten weeks. Tlio American Minis
ter at St. I'etersburg, in conjunction with
tlio Russian Ooernuicnt, took immediatu
action in tho matter, and James Gordon
1'onnett ban since telegrajihed all tho
funds necessary for tho relief of tho gal
hint Captain )o Long and his noble com
panions. .So far, wo are still in doubt iih
to tho fato of the third boat. Do Long is
universally credited with having engi
neered one of tho most successfully man
aged escapes known in the history of tho
various Arctic expeditious of this charac
tor. Tho prompt rescue and lelief of tho
two boat parties by the Jlusiaiis, at tho
mouth of tho Lena ltier, at much expense
and hardship, adds another debt to tho
many that wo owe that country. A cor
respondent places no faith whatever in tho
telegraphic reports that tlio lltissinu of
ficials in .Siberia had becietly withheld in
formation concerning the JtnnneUe fiom
the public for a long time before the dis
closure of the date and place of rescue,
and tho methods of tiansportation from
there to Irkoutsk, tho nearest telegraph
station, during tho winter season, makes
such an idea untenable. A Now York
Herald special from St. I'etersburg, which
appears in this morning's papers nays: To
ainvo at tho mouth of tho Lena, the boatH
of the shipwrecked JtMiuttt must hao
passed between New Siberia and the Island
of Fadiwskai, which is inhabited only
duiing tho summer by nomads, who ur
ine at the close of tho winter in sledgon
draw n by dogs. Further on in her course
was Islo Potito and tho Island of IIol
booi. Tho distance is about livo hundred
miles from the locality of tho shipwieck
to the mouth of tho Lena. Tho mouths
of this rhor aro situated in the most
diearyand desolato part of thocoiilinesof
Northern Siberia. The place where tho
boat No. il landed is situated between the
graves 6f Lieutenant Lassirius, who per
ished in 17JW, with thiity-iivo of his com
panions, and that of Lieutenant 1'iout
schisohofT and his wife, who iiorished in
1",'I(J. From this point to 1iikut.sk tho
distance is more than 1,000 miles, through
a desert country, completely destituto of
On Friday afternoon tho business por
tion of tho community were greatly ex
cited by a startling dispatch from Wash
ington, saying that piivuto advices re
ceived from South America states that
minora aro rife, there that tho United
States stoutnor AUttka had been lirod
into and struck twice, damaging her so
severely thnt she had to return to Callao
for repairs. Commodore Walker, Chief
of tho Bureau of Navigation and ltopairs,
says the reports aro absurd, and if there
had been any foundation for it tho Navy
Department would havo been so infouned
long boforo this rumor could have boon
reported hero by letter. Later dispatches
from Now York say Panama advices of
December lfith announce that Colonel "W.
II.Trescottand Walker Blaine arrived ior
steamer Colon from New York and sailed
for Callao on tho afternoon of tlio 13th, on
board tho United States steamer Uulaicunu.
Intelligence reached them here of tho
death of Gen. Kilpatrick, U. S. Minister
to Chile. So this puts nn end to that
Tho iippointmnnt of ox-Souator Howe,
as Postmaster-General, ci eates somo sur
prise, inasmuch as his son-in-law is con
nected with the defence in tho star-route
casesv and this fact had much to do with
thu reconsideration of his name for the
position of Attorney-General and tho ap
pointment oi iirovvster.
Yesterday's Washington dispatches an
nounci) that Senor Miutinez, the Chilean
Minister, has issued a suvonteen-pago
pamphlet on tho difficulty between Chile
on tho ono hand, and Peru and Bolivia on
tho other. Tho work, ho says, is not to bo
consult!! eil an ollicial document, but is
issued to correct many errors and give
light to Congress, to which body he hours
Peru and Bolivia propose to appeal, hav
ing failed to inlluenco tho State Depait
lnent. These countries, though small, aro
entirely independent, and neither the
Mouroo Doctrmonorany other recognized
authority, would justify inteifeienco in
the present state of nllairs, save in an
eminently pacific and friendly way.
Novvh fiom Washington, both through
the Press dispatches and private sources,
is to the efl'ect that ex Senator Sargent
will lie invited to the Cabinet, with the
portfolio of Secretary of the Interior.
There is no doubt but the position lias
been tendered Mr, Sargout, though his
iaiuo has not yet Wen sent to tho Senato.
The New York Tribune thinks tho nctiv ity
displayed in the building of railroads in
the Fur West ono of the most remarkable
features of the present era of national
prosperity, Itsnyss Inn short time thero
will bo live through mutes to tho Pacific,
where u few months ago there wus only
one. These will be the Northern Pacific
Kailroad. the Union Pacific, with its ex
tension now building to Jhiker City, Oie
goti, the Cent! al Pacific, with a new East
ern outlet by tho way of tho Atchison,
ToKkn and Siiiitu Fo lluilroad, tho At
lautio ami Pacillc, now pushing rapidly
westward, mid tho Texas and Southern
Pacific, already finished. And the work of
projecting new railroad outei prises, local,
interstate, and national, still gotvi on.
A Chicniro disnutch of tho 'J lth savs:
A jirojoctod corporntioii.of wbich,strnugely
enough, ox-President Grant is ono of the
charter momlers, is deeply conoVriied in
tho modification of tho Clayton liulwer
Treaty. Little moro than a vear ago
Engineer Menoenl of tho United States
Navy obtained n cuuctvaiou from tho Nica
ragua Government by whiuhlceitaiu citi
zens of tho United States worn given tho
privilogoof building the iritbroeViinio canal
ov er Mcnocnl and Animen'a burv e'j wl route.
Last year and this year bills, wero intio
duccd in Congress incorporating tho Nica
ragua Canal C'diipanj. It will be neres
Ffiry, thepiojertoisot the enterprise think,
to fertile an aluogation or modification of
the treat in question, as condition prece
dent to the giuiiniiteeof the Government
of six per cent dividends on the cost of,
the canal, and fought for in the charter, j
A number of prominent men aro inter-1
estcd in the proposed canal. )
Ai tides roiitiime to apj ear in the Lou
don daily nnd vuokly pre", indicating that '
tho irritation produced by Mr. Blaine's
Panama dispatch is deep nnd lasting. I
The information fiom all juirts of the
country announce tho prevalence of the
r-mall po.x, which is lapidlv spreading,
among the Indians in the belt of country
extending from Montana to Idaho. In
sneetor Hayworth reports to tho Indian
Ollico that the Kiekapoo Indians in Indian
Tenitory mo in it staiving condition The
Indian Wfheo will relievo them as soon as
R)ssible. The authorities of New Ynrk '
have notified the Chicago Health Com .
missioner that the smallpox patients on
the 'irtihiilin will b(i detained iiinttnrati I
tine until it is safe to ship them. A New
York dispatch in tho tnoining papers says
the small ptix is increasini' daily in the
city and vicinity, and great excitement tx
ists. Our State Uoard of Health has
nh endy taken action, looking to the qtiai
autitio of ov ci land passengeis fiom the
A St. Petersburg dispatch of tho Uoth
says a plot has been discovered for assas
sinating the CViir in Caiavanian stteet,
which it was expected ho would traverse
while proceeding to the Michael Hiding
School, on the ocension of tho recent feto
of St. George. It is authoiitatively staled
that nothing could have saved the life of
the Car had he passed along the street.
The L'ope gavo tho customary Chi istmas
reception to tliuCaidinals, of whom twenty
three wero in attendance, including tho
German Caulinal Hohenlolte. In reply to
their address tho Pope said that his posi
tion was becoming more and more intoler
able When he claimed temporal power
in older to secure the independence of
spiiituul power, ho was accused of being
a rebel and an enemy to Italy. Catholics
vUto demanded ellicient guat autees for the
freedom of tho head of their chtirehes
weio similaily Htigiuntisc'tl, and pilgrims
to Itome weio insulted by the piess and
populace. It was theioforo natural that
Bishops coming to ltomo should consider
tho oxistmg situation incompatible with
the dignity of the Holy See. His Holiness
said that lie expected far more severe per
secution in the time to come, but he would
endeavor to guide the batk of Peter
thiough the troubled sea, looking forwaid
to the moment when God would stem and
calm the tempest.
The following scheme will bo of special
inteiest to tho people of the Islands gen
eially, and in conjunction with Clans
Spreckels' Sugar ltetinery, now in process
of erection lit the Poliero, which will be
the largest and most complete establish
ment ot the kind in the world, will do
much to disabuse the uninitiated who may
be inclined to take any stock m thot7iti
eW rabid efforts to prove that tho ltoci
proctty Treaty is an injury to tho com
mcrco of tho Pacific Slope: Articles of
incoiporatiou of "The Oceanic Steamship
Company" wero filed yesteulay. This
corporation is formed for the purpose of
establishing a steamship lino and conduct
ing a general freight and passenger busi
ness botween this poit ami the Hawaiian
Islands, or toother poits in tho Pncilic
Ocean, as tho Directors may deem advis
able. The Directois aio Charles Goodall,
Glaus Spreckels. J as. DeFremerv, E. L.
G. Steele, II. L. Tuhbs, Gustavo Touchard
and G. A. Spieokols. The capital stock is
a,500,000, divided into '2r,0O0 shares, of
which Charles Goodall subscribes for
(ioOO, Clans Spieckels -1000, C. A. Spreckels
MOO, George A. Low 2000, E. L. G.
Steele 1000, A. L. Tubbs 250, and Gustavo
Touchard i!."0. It is tho intention to bavo
tho company and their vessels in good
working outer as soon as possible, and
ov-7thing is being dono to that end at
firesent. The ileet of sailing vc-sols now
running to tho Hawaiian Islands in tho
Spreckels lino nnd owned by them will bo
turned over to tho now corttoiation, and
two first class steamships will bo immedi
ately chartered nnd a semi-monthly at once
established between hero and Honolulu.
It is not unlikely that new steamships will
bo built for tho lino, and with steam and
tho lino fleet of clippers now in service in
the trado, seveial of which havo achieved
famo by remarkable passages, success is
assured to tho new enterprise. The aflairs
of tho company will piobablybe managed
by Glaus Spreckels and his enterprising
sons, and it is not unlikely that in tho
near future wo shall hear of branch lines
to Tahiti or elbow hero, as inducements
Tho GhronKle of this morning indulges
in a leading editorial in ventilating its
slushy idoas on what it terms tho " One
Horso Kingdom" of Hawaii, which makes
exceedingly amusing and sensationnl read
ing, even to those who are unacquainted
with Hawaiian uiXuira. It is evident that
tho mud machine is nreimriiur itself for
another tirade on Island affaiis. and the
impression is that tho prosenco of Hon. II.
A. P. Carter, who is sojourning at tho
Piiluco w ill receivo a thorough overhauling
is to tho objects of his intended mission.
Tho 11'. 7. Dimmmd arrived on tho KM,
in 20 days, and tho CfniM Sprttkeh in 2i
days from Kahului. Tho JKtcotery arrived
on Uu 25th in l(i tlays, tho 11. II', Almy in
ill, and tho I'vmaie in lfi days from
It is probable that tho -British steamer
Dtraiufme, which arrived from Hongkong
on the 22d, will touch at Honolulu mi her
letuin, as sho In ought over a number of
Chinese hiboiers for tho Islands.
Thu rWiff77aMi,Capt. W.1I. Mitchell,
left Now Bedford on thoGth forn whaling
ciuisu in tho Pacilio.
The Apache Indians in northern Mexico
have taken thu war path.
Tho Texas Pacific and Southern Paciliu
railroads havo Joined nnd another road is
open across tho continent. Tho first
through train from St. Louis to San Fran
cisco via lion Mountain, started fiom tho
former city on tho 1st of Jnnuarv.
A railway publication sits that (ho year
1881 has been especially notahlo for the
enormous extent and rapidity of railway
construction in tho United States. Track
has been laid on 2T8 difieiont lines, and
aggregates 8,21'J miles, much tho lomost
mileage m any ono year. Tho largest
previous mileago was 7,!i79 in lh71. Somo
returns aro yet to bo loceived, and will
probably swell tho total to !),(K)0 miles.
Tho heaviest mileage was in Texas, 1,111;
Colorado had -IIM, Iowa lWi, Dakota UiO.
Ohio 1171, Now Mexico IW'JJ, Indiana 1175,
Illinois till, Michigan 2h,.U, Wisconsin
281, Washington Territory 2W)J, Virginia
27UJ, nnd other States less,
Lato telegrams from Tunis report tlir.t
desultory tightiug continues botween tho
jusurgent Arabs and tho French forces
in thu principality. Tho rebels have suf
fered severe loss, and a largo body has
crossed tho wt stern bordor into Morocco,
where tho French aio pursuing thoiu. A
dispatch from Taugiers says: Tho troop
despatched by tho KtniHU'or of Morocco to
capture Chief 1km Amelia, have joined
tho latter in proclaiming n holy w nr against
tho Kieuch. Thoy subsequently defeated
the trills who refused to loin thorn. Tho
revolt is spivadiug nud the Emporor has
neither the requisite menus nor the pies
tigo to suppress it.
There is nothing of importance in re
gard to (he situation in It eland.
Another massucie has recently occurred
in tho New Hebrides group, on the Island
of Snnto. Mr. H. A. Mntr, the Govern
ment Hecruiting Agent, with the iiinfeand
two Fiji sailors of the schooner ImMln
were killed and two other Fijians were
wounded. They went ohoro in a boat.
Another boat went in soui eh of tho miss
ing men and was fired upon.
II. M. S. limgle recently visited the
Island of Macodo to inquire into the nitir
der of a Ocimati named Schmidt. 11 was
found that the natives had nsnumed an al
titude of defiance, and exhibited a cool in
diflerenco. A shoi t time pnviousn light
had ocruired between tho natives mid the
IS. O. HA&Xa SON
Would Call Attention to Their
SplendSd Asst, of Goods !
Hall's Furrow Plow
Jnp" mill fl wSSbI
O' a If JSF
FLOWS, 20 DIFFERENT SIZES
llnll'" siml 1'Iom rulllnc from Mnll Inclin, llnll 1 1 nml I" Inch Itrrn)icr, II Inch Kills (Jmcciij,
Suli -oil I'limK. IhillV rutn riiiur, side 1111 I'lim. 1(1 U mill 11 I n lies;
18 Inch sulkj I'liiHr, nimli "piclally for llniuukim l'lniiliillnnn; No 'JllucL.K)c Jlowirs,
I'lmv lliinillLH, txtrn pulnti1 nml beuu, fur till ri(iu tluil uc L rp,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS !
ft3CHANiC' TOOLS, SrlELF HARDWARE, ML KINDS;
NAILS AD SPIKES, of a!3 Kinds and sizes;
Reed and Barton's
OELEiOTro SOa-PlATED WARE !
IN A tUSUAT VAKIKTV Of -MOhT UKAUTIKUI, nESIONS;
STOVES AND RANGES, of many kinds and sizes;
VVn JLAKK A
PAIJW AS IIL,
nil liirlni;nor-rv.iKllb iif lliililiiirk" W'liltc I.rnd nud Zinc of I)lirr-nt (liiilltlrH, lic1dc n I'ull I.tnc of nil
lrv I'.iImIm mini, nml n"t -ll'Xl (Inllonii r IIlilil.in I.V llt.sl' fst I.K Illlll.l-.Il I.I.S l'.l Oil,, wr run Srll
I I l.f .( I i.Miro. Our al(lllliill nf I.I Itlttt'l'l I. XI 11 U.S. lit 11m Inrrrl. ,i.r nr vllliill. .1 VSI'KI'X
llilllsi: M '! 'itl.lts. lh llrl AniiTlcuii
l.i: v I Ul;ll from UdltrortiM. Ihi i; it iml I niucp, t'M r otrirpit n Dim MitrUi't. UoM". rump'. I'tikliiK liosr.
Ac ic but c will nm iilionipt lo riininiTjI'Miny inoroof tin tliniiiul .ind oiif nnlclri thnt nr kis p. nr. ti
nii'llfl i nvrr inorr limn u wimir 1. 1;,' i.i inn i iili. ,
iilim nnr hi".i: HI l XIM'I- III' (1IMIIIS f,.r
I"3VC;jP ORTBXIS OP'
Fiom New York, California, Europe and the
Colonies, Offer for Sale,
Ji. -t -tlxG Lo?vest 3JWEo3rl5:-t Rates !
STOCK GF NEW MS. JUST OPENED
Suitable for Country Stores & Plantations.
L.arge Assortm't of Dry Goods
Trtnt9 nf J.Mrrt tylr ldonntl narrow, tat-t olor; Illiif Drnlmn, Slifcllnr', Hnrtcck 1 onp Clollif
llruwn I I11011 Urtlls lnr I.hirnn. Mulkfiip. Hrnunniid Whlio i'l'Mi'iiK. 'DcKhiAh.'liiikrj I,d,
Uhllf1 lontilio .Nritlnci', McrlnoF. Muck nnd lolnrril; CHlMHirUr, jMitn anil hit tto)c,
n II .'...I 1...,.l. !... UI.Iih .,.,! II.,... .. I '..in... It,, tf.ll.... 1 ,l. II..... I.. . t.. ... !..
JUWItlUUB illl't M'liv-ir, .UVII f ii inn iitii iiiviiiii "iii'ii uuii'iiwri t situ r iiucr. IUIIIILIJ.UIiriritlM rulTP ,
BLANKETS Hon"- Illanktln. Whlir I'm Inn Itlaiikrin, Mhlirmnl honey VVoolriililmiVi f. nil i.iri..V.woli.hlr;
Woolm .V.L'iiiiIju 1 Innni-ls, 'iHpoli), rl.ri l'lh', .Vnta &. ltu.-r, liullu Jlnbbir Villi, llixatlaA Woolen blilnr
Full Lines of Australian and
Saddle Cloths, Whips, etc., etc.
Solo and S.uidlo Lcathor, Tanned Sheep and Goat Skins,
Contlnntljr on Html and for hnle, from the ucll-knowii HILO TANNIJHY, I". S. I.jrni.in, l'roprlrlor;
Beautiful Lines of New Plated Ware, wonderfully low !
rain, I'utu-f, Itns and Albuma, AT AbTOXlblH.NCi rilU.'Kh.
.T JS W 15 3, lT V. 'JS JL "WV M CUES!
AUIINTS FOR TUB
Cololirnicd Durhnm Loni? Cut ic Urunulnlril SnioUins Tobaccos, Cigarettes,
Ogam, llaMinn ami Mnulla; Cl:nr lloliUrn, Mitrrclmnni; Cl;nti'ilr lfilr!rr. Mi rirliaun I'lncr,
llrlaruooil I'lpca, t,Uj I'lpf, Clu nj tu mn, Amber iluiiih.pltira and Inbucru I'ouchm,
(Sub. lliit'Wcts, Tubs, IlitshiH, Sailor I'iuh, Snuct'imiiH, Oliurciml Irons, Tinned I run Spoon.
lk"tm Card .Mnttltos, Uilto l.cail, Zinc Taints, Hulled Oil,
now.NDU's ki:kosk.k ami coai. oils,
A Choice Assortment of Groceries !
CoikI'IIiic nf .Irllloi. Jniiu, Table 1'rujt. Tomalno, linked UraiK, Olhr, i-almon, I .t S lb. tlnil I'otlrd Saiuaj;'1
I'olltd Jlr-iU. llrixn, rtc'a Vetl, UUnu tarilllic, I.ntulir, Suzir of I.nm.i,
Alaska Oulnghan (or Candle) Fieh and Mackorol, 5 lb. tins;
Bright Red, Full Weight Plantation Salmon, in Barrels and Half Barrels '
Dealers in All Kinds of Soaps Toilot Soaps, a Spcoialty;
Blue Mottled Soap, 24 bars in a box.
rp ll .Mtpillon aid In IlipCtrnful brlnlloirnf flnnrlf for Country Order, al onr Fire Vroof Storn. Qnre n
nd KliiniiiubirMl, IIumoIiiIu, II I iu TIMlU'llONJ Xn atl. M teS
i?i:sii:t'TruMiY jni'oiim tiii:
iV publk Dial ihry lino pntiiiatrd tho r.Ubllrh
Mo. J.27 Port, etroot
KNOWN ASS l MTItltOtVr.'
And tint wc Intend, nnd r non ptepDtid,
to catijr on ibe bu.lnn of
Contractors and Builders
Under the corporative uame of
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL, I
Alulllul lijr lllel tttrntloa to barlnri w hill be
oamnlMlln rediirlin: pilret to .lindird Itlt olll
nuke It ii Inducement for all pjll'vl.bloi; u otk
In pr lln to cue u. a call, nd we tkall u.i our Lot
endratore to ;iye eull'O tatlifaetlnn,
O. J. II UttlKK.
Mini II. K.IICltTl!t.MANN.
1)U 1MIKM IX., 1 AH 1-U HAKRCIJi
i.r bV Kalakiua
For 5ala by Ito) lOLLES A 00.
crow sot some triminc vc
thiity natives vveie killed. Tho whites
onlyacted mi self defence. Thoy MtlTorod
no loss. Tho Hranle nlso visited Poit
"Weber, lo j unish the natives for an out
inge, but they lied to an adjacent island.
All that was ilonowaH to flro tho village.
Tho revi nun leturim of Victoria for tho
last quarter, nnd tlio year of 1881 havo been
published Tim leventtefor tho past quar
ter was S(!,87fi,000, an increnco of Sf.20,000
as computed with last jear. The revenue
for the year amounted to 627,1 10,000, a
net increase of iJikOlfi.OOO as computed
with that of ISfcO. t'nder tho various
heads of levenuo the following increases
on the year ate pliown: Customs l?l,(M).'i,
0(H), excise $1)10,000. railways 800,000,
territorial S2(;o.()00. Tho expendituto last
quarter to 57,5S.1,00).
l'lnt known. WV hoc now tlio I aigot Stnrk of
n cnniinnj iniin our irirnil Mnll ciiimiir m rnu im r
tlir-ik,.,, . unit llir-i- lll j , molnrril of nhni wi- rny. (Il'i
OlaH-HOHiSf & Co.
English Saddles, Bridles, Girths,
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
IB ft. lcnKtU 14 lbs. to the yard,
fat talo to arrive per "llnkr of Abereorn,"
ir-Appljlo Y L. ailEKN, or '
II. Y. MacfatUne A Co.
?5 L'JL'1' Attul for Jno. c'unlcr A fo.
Dr7r nl Ksurw lliulurs of all kUdt
l'roniitly Attemleil to,
llj Hie nud.r.l;iied. OOlce il CUV, Iking HI.. Hnnalnla.
'" HKNBY HEB8AWD
A virijh.vssoiminNT wvtaiu.
' I UK Ancliure. Cbalu, Caldr. t'nrdise, atl l jr of
Manila and llfinn; Cnltnn llnck, flax auu Hemp Cao
tat, I'uitouaud Flax Salllnluu,
,'VJUIl BA(.. HV
H. HAGKFELD & GO
offmi yon sali:
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
.ifsr ui:n:tvi:i) run
" IOLANI," H. Carrots, Master.
lS0tla.Tr fn m llrcmrn.
Conl"tlnr; In patt of a follown
A Large Asst of Dry Goods,
Tnnty 1'rlnt, ThthIj-KIto Xpit Stjlo,
Druima, l.'rmvn nml While rollonn,
l)rllli, 'Hiking, 'ltirkcy llul, Ac,
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
Urn, CohotirRS, Alpncnri, Ilnllin Cloth, nml
I'riiilnl Sittrcni, I'iiiiiiaili)nrn, l'lnldi,
Clliiithntim Vlrlorift Liihuh, Krilln Htrliirn,
l'nnry Ktnpod (Innnilliiri,
'hllp Kilk .Iiipniicfi", 'I'uilla, Sergei,
1'oplliifl, .Si I In nml Molrn,
lllnck nnd Culurcil VcIm-Li,
Jllnclt, (Iri)HRrnln, rnncy, Colored nnd Striped,
TAI LOUS' GOODS:
iluekskitin, DliiKotmln, Tweeds, Cordit,
Seru , Silcxiiiii, OuckliiR, Caisiuieri , Xc.
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts.
(U'nolen, .Mill il, Calico, lllcl.or), Denim, c.)
Merino nnd Cotton Uiulornhlrt',
While lkisimi Hhlrlo, A.,
Hiickonnd Stooklnirs, Hiindkcrohlofn,
A L AUU li IXVOIUK OF (JLOTHINU
I'ino lllnck Cloth Truck Contn nnd l'nnla,
lncknkln K.irkn, I'.intnniid Suits,
1'VII, Mohair, iJrill, rinnncl S irkR nml l'nnU,
1!ojh' bliirtu nnd Chlldrcm'H Jnckets,
Mnnkny nnd Kallor Jnckoti,
I. 'I. Gi.it8 nnd LrRRiiiKH, CnriKit HlipiwrB,
Kilk nnd I. C. Uinlirellai nnd ParnnulH,
I'nticj nnd 'I'rnvi linp ShnlH,
Cittnn nnd Tnrklsli Towcli,
Wlillnnml I'mie Qnllti, "
Felt llti;s nnd 1rusaelK CnrlinR,
3B T, V IS T ETS :
llorso Hlnnkcts. White nnd 1'nncy Illiinkcii,
l'nnry htriK-l Woolen, IwnsiroH.
bo.ulut, Uiniifu. Wliilii Woolen,. "5 nnd 4 pnintn,
'I hrtmli, TntH1, Klastlc, Scarfs, Ac,
Stlk ami Vein t Itihlxmn,
JiuttoiiH for Shirts, Coals, l'nnts, Drosscn,
PKRl-'UlinilY, FLO III DA WATEIl,
OeimniH 1-Jiu do Culogne, I.ubin'H Uitr.icti,
Toilet ho.iw, l'hiloronif, Hair Oil, Combs,
Slirrurf, 1ookmj,' Olas'-cs, l'iHB,
I. II, Halls, llnrironiuaK, lilnnk Hooks,
AIIiiiiiih, Gold l.raf, Jonclry, Wnlclifi,
llcnip nnd 1. It. l'llcklng, Coal Jlaskuts,
Extension, Arm, Dining Kooni nnd l'nrlor
Cluirs, Settitn, Ac.
S.uldltt, CnllnkiiiH, Uirtlm, Stirrup Lo.itherx,
GRATES OF ASSORTED UHOCKEUY,
ConlninlnK Hale. CupH, Teapots, Uowli,
Chainliers, Hu-u Dislits nnd Dakurs,
DemijohiiH, !t nnd r. (,-allH ; S iniito Unities,
Vni-t'H nnd UlaMHnrc'.M.uiila.iinlTamdKope,
S-ulseix c&: Rico Bags
Of nil izei nnd qnnlitics,
Coal Haps, Onnnies, Twine, llnrlnpi,
Voolpack nnd Twilled SackinR, Lmen nose,
S irdinen. in halt nnd nmrter boxes,
II. nnd 1'. Ihsrnlts, Salt m jirs,
Castor Oil in Tins.Stnarino Candles, 4, 5 rind 6,
'Mntehes. Coooaiint Oil, Wnsh Jllnr,
llublmck's Linseed Taint Oil, U White Lend,
Whito Zinc Pnint.
Do I.nacy fils nnd Boutelloau Urnndy, nnd
Hnin, (JJn, St. Paul Peer, .Mo nnd Fortor,
Port ine. Khcrrv, Hhine Wine,
Kino and TnMe Olirets. Chninp'ienc,
l)r lleidseiek Monopolr, Cli. Vitrre,
O. II. Mumru A. Co., SparkliiiR Hock,
Sloscdle, Ac, Ac
German and Havan a Cigars
l'lnted Wnre Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Tea Sets,
Pocket nud lluteher Knives, Scissors,
Slurp Shcnrs, Needles, isponn. Tiles,
Spurs. Onlvniiied Damns, Hoop Iron,
Kec ltivets, Hninmers,
Yellow Aletal nnd Composition Nnlls,
llahhitt Metal. Sti.ir Coolers,
Iron Tanks, ChuiUcrs Ac. Also,
Portland Cement, " Whito Bros.,"
Xiro Clay, lllneksnutli Coal, Kiro Bricks,
Tilts, Empty llarrels, Oak liontn, Ac.
Terms Liberal. Samples sent Free of Freight
Orders from Hie other Irlands carefully
attended tu by
10 PSil "
hi: iixii:iisiivi:n ih:i;n to imform
ma i;ntnmit anil the 1'ntillc srnerally that
HE HAS REMOVED
Shops on Queen Street
AUJOIMXO II. HAOIsniM) A CO.,
Where he ! prepared In
Manufacture All Kinds
andCane Dump Carta
I ahallalao kiapa
Full and Complete Stock
' MIMk, AXI.RN.
Falnti, Vanil.hr.. HvBntd liar Iron,
Nomayakd Krdtn Iron, llm.r-hi.i,
rumb.rlv d Ciul, Oak, Aia and Hickory flaaka.
Whlla Wd. c, c. '
WHICH I WILL OFFER
Bod Hook. Priooa !
ILL ORDERI FILLEO WITH PdOHf TUtSi IK3 OliPIICM,
inaaimj ine ruunc Mr pj I'alronae, I hou br
con.Uul coacaiiir m 4luljr b ptiniai, to watli a
coutinitanca uf tha lauia.
bib t( 37 o, wilT.
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
iikci:ivi:i) ri:n lath aiuuvai.p.asii to Aiuinn ri:n
W. H. Whiton, from New York, City of Madrid and City of Nankin, from England
tiiusk noons aht. adaitkii rou
Plantations, Country Stores ondFnmilicB
Anil lintifjlit from 1'JltST HAN'DS I'Olt OAfell. nml will bo nolit for OASH, with bti llf connt on
Irac, or on nsnnl tcrmn to pnrtlrn np)irovrtl. AW oflcr on lutiul nml to nrrivc,
Palaco Wntcv Whito Hiph Test Kerosene 011,
Vulonn Water White AboVo Standard Kerosene Oil.
I.nrilOll.rnslorOII.NrnlnroolOll.fMlmlcrOil. l'lnx Htp.im 1'ftcUiiK,
India Ilnlil.fr Tint I'nrklnc, 1-Hi, 1-C. It-lfi. Ac: Anl ntiw Stcnnt I'ncklnR, AMiralns llollrr CoTCrlnlfi
llnlililt Mrtul, Cniiitl llnrrowo, I,nre a nllirr, U nlln r II. llltiL', .1, i, Cu 8, 10 nml 12 inch
WcHlon'nrrntrlfnpnl lUltlnir, n aiix-rior nrllcli-t DImIoii CftiinhiilTi;. ,
Hush Sc tlirn nml KnnllliR, IH Hovrn, Mnln Cnrt Axlr. Mnle Collnrn nnd IlntiiM, Mnlr Sliocn,
llmvy (Innlcn Horn, Inb'H I'lnulcrn' Hwi, Axe nml 1'lcl. Mnttorks, 1'nris IlrinMiir.riiivit,
1A, tlio olil fnwiHtp nml nncxcrllfil Mnllnn Stoa-I llrrnLinu J'low, 0 nml M Htccl lIomK 1'lowB,
l'.nlii No. 'JO 1'lown. I'lnnit jr. Horso Hocn frw MOIjI.NK OAN'O 1'IXJWS,
.lolm Dirrnmnl.0 (jit llosi',!l-4. 1, 1 l.t.l l-L'nnil alnrhi ., ., i , L,r
llcst Htnmlnnl Wostnn'ri Contrlfntrnl Mnltipn, 11! nml II inch, liest qpMItT J rortnlilf Tmftd,
lt.ililwln l'n il rntti-ro, r.nnlc Anvils, Hnrnr A JnrkRonV i Dlsston .V SlnWw Ansnrtfil I lira,
DisslonV rph lirr.tcil Haws, nil pIir; MnchiiiKtH' JIiiRonn' nml HlnckuniltliH Ilninnij-rn.
Snrclinroinctrm nml S rup 'I lie nnoinrtiTH, Cirt NnlU, nil si7rn j Cut SplkrK, A rotiRht hU,
HorKO Which, llorno Nnlln, rinlBlilni; Nulla.
A EUJLL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
1ockn, Hull, SrrcfH, IllnRCs. Anders, Aiuter llit, Chlncln, Sawn, llrncrn, Itolls, Cnlchcs Ac,
Mncliinv nml Cnrriniii' ItoltR, licst miinufncturi' i Smooth, Jnck nml Jointer l'lnnrH,
1'lowB nml Mntch l'mntH. A I'ull I.ino of
Paints and Oils of tlio Best English and American Brands 1
-STAPLE GOODS, SUGH AS-
Amoskonc DenliiiB. 8 nml il it. Tirkliif-a, A C A It nml I) llli-ncliril Cottons. 4-4 wJOf, lirnt mnke j
tlnlilcnrlipil rotlons, Clicrp. Mi (limn nml I'lno; llrown nml lllnr Drills. I.lhcn Drills, henTj j
Itnssii Dlnjior, 1'iirn I.inpii Slipptinc Flno Mosquito Lncc, lllno Flnnnpl, Sculpt Flnnnel,
A Sniwrior Ansortrnpnt of Anipricnn Whito FlnnnpU. J
STPLE G-ROCEPES :
Cloldpn Onto Extra Family l'lonr, Hnnniinn l'in. Com Stnrch. .Taitnn, ConiPt nml Clirnp Tpiw,
ChIip SiiRnr, H.iwnlian Sncnrs. Com nml l'ins, Comlmixpil Milk. Cnrnid llppf nnd Tonguca,
Kirilinrn, Oxford Sntbaci's, McMiirrny'ri (hslcrs, Umitis ,t Xsrhpr'B I'lneHt HpiccB,
'I ho 1'nMirilo I'lincy nnd Wnsliinc Soups, (nlifornin nnd Hnntcrn lirnndBj.
Hams, Corn Meal, Aycnn, Grnhuin l'lonr, Ac, Ac, Ac.
On O1oii!ift-iiiii0Tifc :
The Geo. F Blako mrfg1. Go's Steum Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Pump
Weston's I'utcnt (Jenlrifuyuh,
Woodward fc Jlrown's Celebrated Pianos,
Neio Haven Ortan Co. Parlor Organs
Washburn (P Noen Jiffy. Co. liarJted Wr the Jlesf JiarUd Wire manvfaclura
Portland Cement, Snijar Pays, Oats and Jh an, Culioruia Hay,
Columbia JVvcr Salmon, hbls. and hf. bbls., Salmon Jlellies in Kits Very Five,
NEW & DESIRABLE GOODS
Wo Havo Recently Roccivcd a Largo Stock of Goods in Our Lino,
(many of which aro Entirely New in this Market,) ex Late Arrivals,
viz: Barks F. 8. Thompson and Cnlbarlon, from New York; Barks
Ella , Lady Lampson, W. H. Meyer and S. S. City of Now York,
Large Invoices of Goods !
from New York, Eosfon, and San Francisco.
Bk. Sir Lancelot with Fence Wire, Paint Oil, &&, from England.
OTTJTt STOCK IS
VERY LARGE and COMPLETE
All Kinds of Mechanics' Tools,
Mouse Furnishing Goods.
A. BEAUTIFUL, LINE
SILVER PLATED WARE!
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS, LANTERNS.
Ave'rill Mixed Paints, Hubbuck & Son's and Other
BEST ENGLISH PAINTS & OILS
American Paints fc Brushes
OP ALL KINDS.
Ucrry & Bros. Sujierior Varnislics, Vulentino's Cnrriugo Viirniahcs, Beat Bniuda
Kerohonu Oil, AniPricun Lubricators & Lubricating 0u, Liibriciiting ComHmiid
A FULL LINE OF LUBBICATICTG OILS
MANILA AND SESAL ROPE. Etc.. Etc.
DILLINGHAM fc Co., Fort St.
CliEARING OUT SAL.E
A Fine Line of Boys
r r ALSO,
A Fine Line of MEN'S CLOTHING,
WhiohMust be Closed Out by March, 1882
AT No. 109
Open .till, 9 o'olook Every Evening, until
vwf-,9 HTa- nvn '
JfcJ U. JL J.L&7 J. O JO, J. UL YV tsb J. Ky
& Youths' Clothing,
st W mX I