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SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, December 15, 1SS8.
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llrrrnl XtiM ttrnthm
OnrtBi Morion Shnm. of New York h rlml.
Mjithi lltrMrrl, the ratnrloste enftallet, H
I s (fovcnwr of New llamfMrr, Nail
1 1 tail, ) itcftel.
KrurAtlmfrsl Htfhn I). TrtMhunt h
Irn.l. get! 6j.
(rttlh Vt,ktttm ttee, i brother of Henry
Jamrs, Jr., h tlewil.
I HtiirtMtder C. II. 0hmn, Unites,
State rmry, k datel.
Df Srth AimM, of WnonxxLct, Uhosle !
Itml, Is ileml, fn S4.
. Chute A. Meigt, United Stales Hank Ex
V aminer i (tail, agl 67.
lion. .rmlvlp.vl Hurt, nf Soutli C.irolin.1,
)i ictl Ottolwr 30th, agetl Si.
I C. Rich, a former Mormon co-worker
wall llrolher Ciilnon, is ilead.
Lieut. Ertmuntl Mgflfl,, r,r tile Second
tiiSrUi.tatjr) li dead.
Marquis tie U Ster)ie, a life member of the
I rench Senate It dead, aged 73.
0car ltcj;o, the celebrated English painter,
Iieil In I-omlon the loth ultimo.
lion. Henry Crocker, of Iloston, died In
that city, Octolier 39th, aged 79.
Louise Uiteau, the stigmatic of Ilais d'
Maine, France, it dead, aged Jj.
Professor Monsanto, author of several
Spanish English text books, is dead.
M. Ixwis llrciuct, mcmlitr of the Trench
Aradem) of bcicnccs, is dead, agetl 79.
Victoria Ferdinand lkurot, a distinguishes!1
I rench diplomat anil statesman, is dead.
Df. John I,. Le Font, once Medical In
spector of the United States army, is dead.
Anthon) Thornton, aged 106 )ears, died at
Mtginia City, Nevada, on the nth ultimo.
The Marquis Jules de Lastc)ne, a lite mem
her of the French Senate, is dead, aged S3.
C ount son Uedem, Grand Chamberlain to
the 1 mpcror of Germany, is dead, aged St.
Uenjamm Fitch, a philanthropist who gae
oxer $500,000 to the New York poor, is dead.
Hon. J. Ik Campbell, a well known South
I arolina lawyer and politician is dead.aged 75.
Joeph Johnson Lccman, member of the
English Parliament fur York, is dead, aged 41.
V. I. Onmley, a well known engraver,
died in New York City, the 1st ultimo, aged
Gen. Matthew McEwen, a soluntcer officer in
the late war, died at Washington on the I Ith
Henry Pechand. a representative New Or
leans Creole, died in that cit), October Jist,
James Cow les, a seteran of iSti, died at
Mcrnstown, New Jerse), on the 5th ultimo,
Datid L. lteck, a pioneer San Francisco
merchant, died in that at), October 31st,
Gen. Alabiadcs de Wane, "King of the
Cadicns," an eiccntric Lousianian, is dead,
Col. J. Condit -Smith, of the United States
army, died in New York on the 9th ultimo,
Thomas Clement Cohbald, a Conservative
memlicr of the English Parliament is dead,
Sojourner Truth, a negro-woman lecturer,
died at Ilattle Creek, Michigan, the 26 ultimo,
Kev. D, A. McCready, D.I) a well known
Methodist, diet! at Pituliurg, Pennsylvania,
Alexander Forbes, of the shipping firm of
Forbes Hruthers, died in San Francisco
John Kentfield, a pioneer lumber merchant
of San Francisco, died In that city, October
31st, agetl 62.
Dr. Leonard C Gate, at one time a promi
nent popular-scientist, dial recently In Wash
ington, ageI S4.
George Philip Stanhope, Eigth Eail of
C hcsteificld, diet! at London, England, Octo
li 2 1 st, aged 62.
Kev. Horace Eaton, D.D., a well known
Presbyterian, died at Cambridge, Ohio, Octo
ber 21st, agetl 73.
William Swinburne, a pioneer locomotive
Imitder, died at Patterson, New Jersey, the
4th ultimo, agetl 78.
Capt. James West, formerly commander of
tetms)iii Atlantic, died at Philadelphia,
the 3rd ultimo, agetl 83.
Hon. Theodore Randolph, cGoemor of
New Jersey, and ex Senator of the United
States, is dead, aged 57,
Gustarus V. Foi, at one time assistant sec
retary of the Nary, died at Lowell, Massachu
setts, OctoUr 29th, sgetl 62.
Cardinal I lend Mane Gaston Iloisnormand
tie ltonncchosc, archibishop of Koucn, diet) at
Paris, October iSth, aged 84,
James S. Cluff, senior member of the firm
of ClufT iirotbcrs, San I tancisco grocers, diet)
in that city on the 6th ultimo.
Admiral J, Ik Cieighton, Uniteil States
navy, died of heart disease at Motrittawn,
New Jersey, on the 13th ultimo.
Alexander Kisicr, Receiver General of
Canada, a rvotctl reform iwHticiin, dictl in
Toiunto, Canada, October 22ml,
Samuel F. Applcton, foimctly of the pub
lishing firm of I), Applcton & Co., dictl in
New York city, October 24th, aged 57,
Darwin Smith, for 21 yctut judge of the
.Supreme Court of New York, died in Roch
ester, that state, on the 10th ultimo, aged 77.
W, F. Ctes eland, a pioneer of the Bat Nut
industry In south western United States, died
at Mubile, Alabama, the 16th ultimo, aged 84.
Charles William Pitmen, scientist, en
gineer and elettrtean, tttal In I-ondon on the
19th ultimo of rapture of the heart, agetl 64
Wllksrtl Carpenter, one nf the wealthiest and
men phllanthinpic citlrens ol IndrAna, diet) si
.Evantvilte, that state, on the 6th ultimo,
Rd So. f
James T. Wlkins, the last Imt one ofJne
founders of the origin) Etempt Klreintn'rile
nevolent FurnJ, iliesl reeentl) In Ncj York
dt), agetl 7G.
Captiln Edward Cole, who msX Sherman at
Hilton Head after his celebrate much to the
sen and furnithetl him will, a ,hip load of
provisions, is dead. , '
Capt. I). PuUski Ilcf.jimin, lhc solc ur.
vlstir of the Amcric.-m.'Morj hbentel from
the Dtrtmoor PrU, i:EUml, in 1S12, dictl
at Stratford, Ov,nec,icut( October 17th, ngetl
" . ,.
Sv'-r',"y .Maync Kent, the popular writer of
sc7KiiJiil and ptcudo scientific stories for
boss, and author of scscral "blootl and thun
der" novels, died in London, England, Octo
ber 2lst, agetl 65.
I IHniliiiiiltlifil JlrrttiitHt Viiflnlti.
Captain J. S. Dillingham, of the United
States and Ilranl line steamer Finance, Is dead.
Early in 1(163 be was in command of the
clipper hip Snow Squall, running between
San Francisco, Honolulu, and New York.
While rounding the Cape of Good Hope the
rebel privateer Tuscaloosa was sighted and
hiilctl. Ileing ordcrctl to surrender, the Snow
Squall spread sails and fled. The chtsc was
kept up all day, the Snow Squill finally escap
ing under cover of night. In a subsequent
l(ip the S'now Squall was wrecked, and Cap
tain Dillingham transferred his crew to the
brig Mandirion, which was afterward captured
b) the rebel ship Honda. Here the Captain
was a prisoner for ten di)s. Before the war
he cemmanded only merchant ships, and re
ceived a gold watch from the underwriters of
lloston tor saving the brig Nabob when dis
masted by a cyclone in the Southern seas.
Since 1S6S he has commanded the merchant
ships Vigilant and Fleetford of lloston. Last
January he took command of the Finance. In
it he has made three trips between Rio Jan
eiro and New York, on the last bringing the
nehest cargo ever brought from that port to
thiscit). AVw YcrtSun, Xcv. 10th. Cap
tain Dillingham was here with his wife in the
Ulue Jacket in 1S67. Mr3. Dillingham was a
daughter of P. II. Shillaber, the celebrated
"Mrs. Partington." The captain was a cousin
of Mr. U. K. Dillingham of thiscit).
ILLINCHAM ft CO.
PLOWS! PLOWS! PLOWS!
To arrive by ihe " Henry James from New YocU
direct antj by rail via S-in Francisco.
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOW.
Thu plow 11 nuule ipecuHy for Safcar Plantations
and U cmcrct) by Patent In the Hawaiian Kingdom.
DILLINGHAM DOUBLE FURROW PLOW,
AKo ipeciallr adapted to tujar plantations. Cohered
by plnt intbc United States.
DILLINGHAM RICE PLOWS.
Cutting from 5 inches upwards. An entirely new
series made from our own patterns to remedy defects
in Light fat eel Plows for rice culture, second ploughin-,
and cane cultivation.
The Plows arc all made by the original John
Deere Motinc Vlow Works, the pioneer Western
plow manufactory and the large! steel plow works tn
tbe world. For the Plows uf this manufacture we r,
A lare slock of plows of different manufactures and
patterns, at loweit rates.
HARROWS OF DIFrERF.NT PATTERNS
Cultivators and Horse Hoes
Ox Yokes, Uows, Ox Chains
1 race Chains, Toenail Chain
Differential Pulley Clocks
HARDWARE FOR PLANTATION USE
Fodder Cutters, Corn and Hominy Mills
Garden and Canal Barrow
Siudebaker Wagons and Canu&ct
LUBRICATING OILS A SPrCIALTY
Altany Cylinder Od and Compound
KEROSENE OIL, In quantities 10 suit
Kerosene Od Stoves
American and FjiahJi Paints and OiH ''
Turpentine, Paint and Whitewash Brushes
Valentine's and other YarnUhts
Paper and Paper Hags,
link nest Fire LitinguUhert
SHFXF HARDWARE, SCALES
House I uruishing Good
lamp, Chandelicn, and Ijintern
afssT New Goods comtaatly arriving.
NW atm 10 keep tvtrjthtog required la our Unes,
to sell at lowest puMible prices.
iit BsffTDrqHAM U OO.
0. I., VOL. II.
Tfe lilliii Cfcmrak Ckrvm Mm
wiu. ! tsavto
OM SATURDW, DECKMHER 1.
The A v cue am Chibch Cmkoiiiclk. eJue-i am
puUihUd by tbe Kev. A- MMkiatosls andlU Kv. Ga
Wallace, U a uWinctlvely rebgtous wiajarina devoted
q the luicresti U the Chnsuan iburch thnmgboat tbe
wona, 11 embraces au UK,gu on lueraryi scienti
he, and e3ucatHia1 subjects geocrmUy.
tKe,($.M per auotun, payaUe m advance, AU
imcm r?Utm to nnewala, saUcrtpiioos, and
adieniMmeots JSustU t mAAnmuml to the Rev. A.
, laibiatAh, P O, boa 4j, HoooluJu.
, ' HEAD-QUARTER:
No. 106, rORF STRFtr, HONOLULU,
opem TIIISDW loochxk, a tn
presents for the Season of tfttjan eecellent aseortmciit
Ilolieltt V CrOOClNe
nmonjf which It
the varlet) of
HOOKS OF ARI, I RAVI L, MISCM LANY,
RLrhRLNCK, AND 1'RILNIATION
(which, after all protts the most taluable
because InttructUe and la tin ft )
There Is alo n small assortment of
Irf tlomtn, avrlttnif Cti tntmit Cant,
J7ui (iiif Imthrr UoolMt
Album, Tniji,nt I'ltHcy ilnoitthx fteitrral.
OOI.DI.N Fl.OR A h S
Tbe exiuiMtely illustrated poetic gems embellished
n silk fringed covers, comprise the following favorite
Home Sweet Home t
Rine out Wild Hells !
Abide with me f
He RiTcth Hts Helovcd Sleep 1
Oh, why should the spirit of mortal Ins proud T
Fhe llreaklns Wates dashed high 1
Rock of Age I
Nearer, my God, to Thee t
COMPLLTh SETS BY STANDARD AUTHORS
Works of Charles Lamb
Philip Gilbertltamerton ' Works, to vols
Tales from Foreign Tongues, 4 vols
De Quince) 't Works, 6 vols
Hawthorne s Works
knight a History of England
Miu Alcutt Works
Devout Classics, 4 vols
Charte Dick en s Librar I- Uitlon, 30 vols '
Girfields Work's, a vols
Henry Fielding's Works, 4 vols
Cruise of the Jeannette, a vols
The King's Secret, a vols
Life, Letters, etc., of George Tick nor, a sols
Davis Rise and Trail of the Confederate Government,
Literature and Literary Men of Grctt Hntam and
I reland, a vols
DEY01 ION L HOOKS
Havcrgai's Poems In single olumcs, hand painted coders
IVai for the Hoi) Spirit
Songs, Sacred and Devotional
Family Quarto Bible various stylos
Teachers Bibles, assorted sues
Assorted Dibles, large and small print, with and with
BOOKS OF ARI -mostly quartos
Poe's Raven, and Colendges Rime of the Ancient
Manner : Illustrated b Dore ; folio
Evan eel me, foho
The IVincess, bTennson ; new illustrated edition
Highwajs d U) wa
Heart of the White Mountains
Christmas in Art and Song
Thomgvm's Palestine, 3 voU
Cambridge Rook of Poetry
Salmagundi Uirjhday I look
Gift ot Gentians
I-ady of the lake
Tent Poems, by II V Longfellow, with illustrations
from Paintings by his son
Life and Works of Gilbert Stewart
Homely Scenes from Great Painters
LacroiVs W orks with colored illustrations, 1 set, 3 ols
PRESENTATION ROOKS AND POETS
The following list ol Rooks presents but a portion ol
the stock provided for the
WDd Mowers, Garden Flowers, Parks and
Gardens of Pans, !aurel Leaves, Lie hint; and
Itchers, Schiller's Lay of the ltell, Montz
Retrch's Outlines to Shakespeare's Dramatic
Works, Birthday Hooks, History of Painting,
iVint Collector, The Universe, The CottePs
Saturday Nicht. Moore's Irish Melodies.
Songs of txven, Library of ltntish Poets
?vols, Holland s Poems, Jean Ingelow's
'oems, Moore's Poems. Bayard Tailor's
Poems. Holmes Poems. Owen Meredith
Poems, Campbells I'oems, Uyrons Poem.
Aldnchs Poems, L)ttons Poems, Hemans
i'oems, LongieuowsPuems,lenn) son Poems,
Whutier's i'oems, Will Carlctoni Poems.
Drifting Snow flake poem. New Songs for
same icopic, Millie I'copie 01 trie snow,
S. hoots and Masters of Painting, Excelsior,
Wooing of the Water Witch, Looking To
ward Sunset. Ins, Stoddard s PuemSj Thana
tOii, Children of the iltage, 'Ihe Shepherd
GIRLS 1100Kb Grandmother Elsie. Without a
Home, Mildrcks .Married Life, Sombre Rival.
Gatherers, Liltle rhist'xdown. Children Ruey, Papas
Little Daughters, Living Paies, Dr. Gilbert a daugh
'i''.,"10. ,e tiea. My Diary, Doutlcday's
Children, Homes win, Girls.
MIu llud'iG4den Cheronese,Colton'a Atlas, Pilgrim's
ProgTcu, Cradle Sonji, Antideluvlan World,
Corra a 'orbidden Undt ru'c'sle Yarns,
Louisiana, Half hours with Lest Letter
wTiters, HiMory of Caricature, Ha)dn a
Dictionary of Dates, Uanlu'
Synqnjm's Cyclopaedia of
Practical Quotations, lr
nngt IWlle Letters,
Works of Thor-
waldten, I arrar s Life
of Christ. Life and words
of Christ by Gertie, 1 ife in
Hawaii Life in Rocky Mountains.
Through Normandy, Romanccof HiMory
by Ritchie England, Italy, r ranee, biun,
and lodu-j vols, Scri4urc Natural History, with
per baps one w two others.
KOUNCINO UOS " ULST" HOOKS
Storyof liberty Hoys of 'v6 Iloyt King Anhur
wly Percy Hoys rrwssart American Uoya
Hook Kfkuxs Travels In Cc)lou and fri)V-Womler.
fuIQi)of TiAw Zigtaglourrue- Uusin India
Wild AdvcntuieaHoosKr Schoolboy Comic History
of the United States-Child s Hutory of England
and of the United States Robinson Crusoa Swiss
amdy Kobuteon CruUe Ut the Walnut bhell
Asop'a Fables-loby T)ltr Mr, Stubb'a brother
Nao'Tlngatina lales-LU'te tn AuarsJU The
llodley Hooks Lhattetboa-Our UuleOnes Hell and
Spur All Abroad Out aud Out Sports and
Pamrrvia-Moon rolkr Up lU River lal Ronins.
J ur Hitm HvM9 h .Vera,
Rom Porter's Work, f vols
Clot city SeiieS 6 voU
U11W IWy SerUs, vol
Maidenhood Series, 6 vols
Dolly Dimple scries 4 vols
Duk and Daisy, 4 vols
Jolly Good Stories, j volt
Icebound Library, j Us
Jean iDgUlow's Stories, j wl
SunbeajsTj Stones, 4 vols
Sunday library, 3 vols
Co (Corner Series, 6 vols
Anna Shiptoa s LiUary
SeuUiLe American Tract SucWty,No. 1, t, 3,
)4 VOU) fSCSI
CrsweVs Sa-'biiy ScboU UUaiy, 4, 34 volt
Wotli llmVtn "" .
lAdies IUg. Pluvh nnJ I estfW .
WhUk lruhcnl llol.Ri..
IlimllttrtlUf, CalUr, ami CuflT 1V)
DiAtmt .ml Cettulttid Stti of L'omli, llmh, aih! tlror
In I tsther ml Plush Cam
Duh and llitl frsmed Mirrors
Morocco, Plmli, nd Olivs wol Work IIosm and
CANIILk STICKS fLUSII ftOW III K)T
CARVED ARTICLES OF SWISS MAKE,
Combining llic ueful and ornamental
Madeira Inlaid tleiki Work Itoxes
lUndktrthief and Clove Hoses
I ans Dressing Caiei
ri.usii, cin Lss. iikass, plaikd
roa lisharv and orricrj
Cut Glass, Snow Storm, andmeial PAt'ER WLIOtllS
Todds Gold Pens, Holders, and Pencils,
for hdtes', gents', and office ti
Pens and Holders In cac,
Calendar Pads, with and without itands,
1'iiellr Cuatl IHnrlrn or tHSi,
the usual assortment for pocket and office lue.
ART in CORA! IONS
Kboniicd Cabinets, Mr.icleli, Ilook Racks, Frames,
in a fine variety
Ideal Heads, plain and hand painted, assorted sizes
t-ramed Statuary, aiortediiies and subjects
Artolj-pcs in choicest subjects
can be had with or w ithout frames
Photo and lloral Panels
framed and unframed
I1R0NZL AND I11SQUF. STATUARY
files in frame
Gold Panels, Panel fruits
Plnah nnd I-onthor Good, etc
Card Albums, avrted ili and tt j les of binding
rather and Plush Pocketbooks
leather, Iortaiseshelland Plush Card Cases
Silk Dags, assorted Leather llajs, Plush llajs
Cigarette andCigsr Cases
Purses In leather and plush
Iesks, Dressing Cases, in KuisKand plush
A.W.I S IM .Vi;ir TEAK'S
cf PRANGS STF.VLNS, IIH.DKRSIIHMFRS,
and others' makes, including the I.A1 LST PKIZl!
as Also an assortment of
III RT II J)AV CARDS
ARTISTIC STATIONERY-Papeteries in Leather,
ctte, llush, Silk, snd Piper Ikjxes, Illuminated
Jsotc Paper and Correspondence Cards, Finest
tstting Cards and cases
Inkstands for Desk or Travel
TOS, NOVFLTIFS, LTC.
27" Oak s, Aj-ons, Vheelbarrows, Carts, Swing and
Rocking Morses, Siick Horses, Shoo Fly Rockers,
Wkxipedcs, ll)cicles, Tool Chests, Ilagalelle lables,
Ililllard Tables, Ininks, Heavy Artiller), Model
If arms, Iluilding and other blocks, T en Pins, Steam.
boats. Tin Tos in varicl). Ixcomotlres, Railroads,
Ilanks, China and llntanma 1 ea Sets, Water Colors,
Iron and Tin Hanks, Animals natural with voice,
lumping Jacks, Surprise Poxes, Masks, Watches,
Canes, btoves, Kitchen Sets, Groceries, Iledroom Sets,
Schooibagt and straps, Music, lloxes, Kaleidoscopes,
Magic Lanterns, Bellows Tovs, Tin and Metal Sol
diers. Artillery Wagons, Soldier Hats.
Wood and Metal Drums
T in Trumpets
Their are several varieties of the above list, enough
to form a larger Hand than Itcrgrr's, w hich w ould be most
welcome to leave any house assailed
Rubber, Metal, and Ilell Rattles
Ivory and Rubber T eething Rings
Hill and McLoughlin s Illocks of Alphabet
Cube Puules Comic, I-etter, and Iluilding
Authors, Scroll Puules, Sliced Illnls, Cut up ani
mals, Cm Cross. Go-lUnj, Steeple Chase, Pilgrim's
Progress, Checkers, Dominoes Chessmen, Lotto,
Conversation Caids, Sylabui, What is it I Old Maid,
Logomachy, Target Games. '
I"OR MUSCULAR DEVELOPMENT
liatlledore and Shuttlecock
Tin and I
THE DOLL WORLD'
Jointed ) -j
lUbyand Lady )
AU "J" prempsly atiendesl to, tad Goods for
Other Islands packed with care, and skipped trs iW-j
to dusKSsons. t nil instructions sIxmsM U asat lo ftsUe
la all seleouas far ethers, t
TJAVr. JUST RFCriVFI) THE LAR"f?ST"iSUl;ORIATI0NOF
ART AND HOLIDAY GOODS
I ver brought into this country.
aioj(1 tii ricTVRPj siav sr srri
The Popular Paintings of Flowers and Fruit, by Mrs Glllen.
, Also Portraits, Fruit and Landscapes, by Professor Strong.
.MI of the above are subjects of this country.
Flowers and Fruit in Water Colors and Colored Lithographs, Studies of Madame Vouga
said to be the finest ever made
COLOURLD PHOTOGRAPHS, '
- t " ARTOTVPES,
20,000 feet of Moulding forFrrsmea
Card, Cabinet, and Iloudpir t NAMES,
JAPANLSE TFA SETS, MOUSTAUCH CUPSandSAUCERS inmanystI,etc.
WORK BASKF.TS and UASKET STANDS
Glove and Handkerchief BOXES,
Jewel cases, Oil Cases ,
Rrackets in all sires and st) les
Book shelves, ,
lloquet and Cigar Tables,
The very latest Styles of CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS CARDS.
All kinds of New To)
LUTES, - ,
.ND IIRASS INSTRUMENTS,
Tlie very best Strings, for all String Instruments.
We ill le pleiuHd 10 Jiave every body call and
articles In our store' are entirely nev to thls'tosintry.
IT IS NO TROUBLE
MT ORDERS (rem the OTHKJl
and Cornlooa, including everj stjls new and old
Velvet, Native Carved Wood, Ebony,etc.
lliatjur, anil Vlnoler.
s for the little ones.
Crib; 'anil Cradltt.
Japants Wall paper and fans, Screens, etc
esanune our goods, as we are confident ihit aiany the
.T r " "V"" "V
TO SHOW COODS.
ISLANDS will have (hit careful aiuntioo
W. MACFARLANK St CO.
IMVR ON Vtrw
NEW YEAR PRESENTS.
FANCY GOODS of Every Description SUM ABLE
A Choices Assortment of Mavjollon
(Just received by the Dell Rock )
Presents for Ladles
Presents for Gentlemen.
PRESENTS FORj EVERYBODY
can be obtained from
O. II. 31ACFAI11.ASE X CO.
E U O.A L O F O R SI i
R 11 E U M A T ISM.
HOLLIBTER A CO
Nuuanu street, and comer of Fort and Mcrchan streets
LST aictivao ax
" Martha Dsvis," " Mallsgate," uid eapecied es
" Maripava" and other vessels
Horse Shoes and Nails,
DOWNERS and NOONDAY Oil,
Lubricating Ods of all kinds.
Cut Nails, all sires,
CI inch Kails, alt ilses.
Cotton Waste In bales,
Cheap Kim Clocks,
Brown Soap, In cases,
Wire Hanging Baskets for Ferns, c,,
Lane's Plantation Hoes,
Jj Inch Goose usck Socket Hues,
Ice Cream Krcercrs,
Lawn Mowers, tea kind,
Case's Genuine Amoskcag Denims,
Case's Genuine Amoskeaf Mariners Stripe,
Besides a thousand articles In the Hardware line always
Soon expected, a by the "Spartan," a bum con
plele assort asens of
aVssN' se! tsavej Btkr,
Wkk ssua Htsastsss, Beavaw ud Posus.
All Ikes vvttl be (asses! at the corur brick store of
( K O. HALL A SON. Uasit.d.
THEO.H. DAVIES 8c CO.
01 UK I OR SAIL,
frent Ids cargoes of the MalUgAte and ther rs rnl
vessels, the following
Dry Goods and Clotlii.nr:
I'tintsof the lAiet Mvti-i, fat colurs,
Ulue Dentins, Ilrnwnl ln"t'iill.,
N hue trovJoti Sheeting,
I (orrtxk's ixinff Cloths. Waterproof 1 el
roeUnhil lowelina, (iU. ToN
JL tlftths, I a. la NiVln,
Pnro Linens - Tlr"U fiilisill,,
(!reruilmet White ftr,(lTi""lf 2ml.
colored taiins, (irats I loths,
Artificial Movers nnd heathersi.
Cotton tUmlkcrrhlcfi. Silk HAi,fiUrchlfi.
Ik) le Coven, woolen, CoIotrISAleensand (ruLWi
fancy MUture unJ Mlue nnd t-mj HnnI-
ictorIa Ijiwhi, Itrooks SpiwlUton,
Itlue Ami W hits Check Mstattr,
FANCY DRESS GOODS
r n.y riai.I. Hp2Atta Shlrti, Wool Shirt
Whin an I Cohr-., Cotton Shirts,
fane) Serarfs, JMIol Reefers,
Mem Uhite nnd llrown Lot ton Half IIomi
I-adies' Ho, .Men t Ready made Clothing,
Indies' lUts fuhtte, tta.k anl fnc) Mraw)
India Rublter Coats, Caiws and I erjin?,
IUu An I Gray Horse HUnketi,
Woolen UlatiVet. all !, colors And Height
Vetrrt fVrrif, t'rlrrl Hutf,
PV'rW ttmt Tttftfulrtf Itunr Jtafa,
A futl assortmenl of OF N ll.YWV S S trnd I.A
DIKS bADULLS; aIw, Saddles for Hots And Utli
and a few
KRIDI IS, Saddle Cloths nnd Chamois Skin.
Sngar BaR, 20x36.
Coal Bars, 26x37.
Rloe Bntci nnd Twlnei
I liter Ires Haas nxtfi, somcthlna new and in creat
demand' a few only rtmain.njf Ihemoajs are made
to fit Otto Press, and arc of the right lire and rtier
fJatrnnhrit Crrntntrit fooZn (24 gUi(e),
111 b, 7, 8 and 9 let lengths.
KOOriNG SCKI.WS AND WASIIhRS.
Annealed i ence Wire, No, 4, , 6 and 7 and biapj
Galvantred Iron Hue Vets, all sues, f
Galvanized Wash Haslns, f
CtKlvamzcd Giri.en Itortlcrmi? a nil NeHii.o'. f
Ilhned Iron Saucepans, all sixes, Jw
1 cakettles, real Japan ItlacklnK y v
Vavttifj HvichH ami (!av1 ) jm
Iawn Seals And Chairs,
Iron Sera pels.
THREE LAWN TENNlC
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Class I- lower Stands,
hrn llaskets rtr
PORTLAND CEMKNT 1 IKE IIKIC.KS,
Fire) Clrsy, '
Llcrrpool Nail mill Muck Nall,Xlr; I'ulnl
rtrirl Htleit Off, II orrrater Hittire
English, American and Hawaiian
Three, five And seven yirds Ion;
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty test, sles Mi )i, i'a and Jj.
POWELL DUri'RYN STEAM COrL,t
EKULISII LEA Till K IIKlW.S'O, front ",b.l,'
tl ftet lengths t 16 ami ifl & t-er yard.
Fish dates, IWu and Nuls.
Kallroasl Spikes to match,
One HtJllor J'tucrr l'urlilblt KhiiIhi
AUo, Onn Thrt9Horn I'tiirer l' ml
KMir Turn II, DA VI US CO.
UK. J, W, VARNDltV
Will ,ie InsiructlMs lo a limited number of iieuils
la VloUsv-PUyta. ms4
The Celtiratless tt the Voici,
Cotnaiantratloiie iestsrctio( the above may be UA al
Mr. C K. WiHiajns' IVsn.i antl rsuniiue bsore, less
vtxx No, ye; Mr. T, U. IVum s Mure. Tsisui-jne
No. y and al the KesUenca M Mr, VanisUey, Wo. le
ok SMoer Morica,
If setiers ate tsUresaed M abe