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And to reciprocate busiocM between Sydney and Honoluln.
, WILLI3, LLOTD A, CO.
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4VJ Vowf 'reef. corner of CZij St frm FrancUco.
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XT All descriptions of Mercantile Intercuts attended to.
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HAVING 1IEE.V ENGAGED l.V OUR PRE
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loeaierf iqa-flre proof brick building, we are prepared to receive
and dispose of Island staples, sacn aa Saw, Kice, 8 raps. Pal a,
CodVc. Ac, to advantage. Consignments especially solicited
for the Oregon market, to which personal attention will be paid,
and a poo which cab advances will be maiie when required. .
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American Ilenry Repeating Rifles.
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tuffHf of tkt aisre sao miwmf had from ever
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productions, they sbouVI intcriablf me deitrojrd
' 'when empty.
Oooda ihouM always be examined upon delivery, to detect aa y
attempt at aatsUHattaa ot articles of intartar brands.
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PURVEYORS TO THE QCEEN. THE EMPEROR OF THE
FRENCH, ASD THE KISbl OF THE BELGIANS,
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five (6) years of age, rasa.
100 pounds of Baggage, per adult Passenger, racR.
50 pound of Eaggage, per Child between 9 and 12 yean of
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JOHNSON & CO., PROPRIETORS,
Lrisie of the I.ick Hons.
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in 1 the last six years have be-n the iuular
rtl I r"'I,"e'"r of the LICK HOUSE, with
- - L pleasure inform thWrnmiy friimls raiding '--.
in Honolulu and the Hawaiian Islands that tlicy have left fie
Lick House, and opened the
WHICn 13 THE
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and is not surpassed in architectural beauty, elegance of furni
ture and comfort by any Hotel in America.
Our old pMrons and the traveling public, will find at the
GRAND HOTEL all the old Lttnlliar faces ; and all guest
recommended to us will be received with the same attention
and courtesy which made the Lick House so popular when
under our control. With many thanks for past favors, we
respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. 741 3m
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In Quarter and Half Cases.
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BOLLES & CO.
Paints and Paint Oil!
WHITE ZINC PAINT!
ASSORTED FANCY PAINTS!
Best English Boiled Paint Oil.
R SALE BY
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HEMP AND MANILA. ASSORTED SIZES,
from t inch to 8 inch. For aale by
799 3m BOLLES A CO.
O LONG, SOUCHONG AND JAPAN TEAS
For sale by (739 3m) UOLLEs A CO.
Columbia River Salmon !
rX BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS,
KITS OF SALMON BELLIES !
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Latest War Dispatches.
Bismarck's Acconiit of his Interview
Bismarck's official report to King "William,
dated Daucherj, 2d instant, recites at length the
interview held with the French Emperor at
Sedan, which lasted for an hour. Napoleon
thought better conditions in the matter of capitu
lation ought to be made than had been offered at
first by the Germano. On this a military point
Bismarck refuecd discussion, but announced to
the Erupcror that he was quite willing and ready
to discuss questions looking to peace. The Em
peror replied that he was a prisoner ; that it was
impossible to treat lor peace, but referred the
Count to the actual Government at Paris. Bis
marck eaid the situation at Paris ottered no en
tering point for euch overtures. The Emperor
then proposed that the French army be allowed
to pass the Belgian frontier and there surrender
their arms. This was also refueed. The Em
peror stated further that he deplored the horrors
of war, but that he had yielded wholly to public
opinion in declaring war. Bismarck accompanied
the Emperor to Bellevue where General Wimpffen
was at that time negotiating with King William
relative to a capitulation. The Emperor was not
allowed to see the King till the negotiations for
a surrender were concluded. When these were
finally announced, they destroyed the Emperor's
hope for better terms. The French officers were
then dismissed on parole.
London, Sept. 13. A letter contains a state
ment that the German losses, on the authority of
a medical man connected with the Prussian army,
in battles down to and including Gravelotte, are
73,C05 killed ; prisoners, missing, and wounded,
Metz is quiet. The siege of Strasburg is pro
gressing and its fall was daily expected.
The Tribune correspondent before Strasburg
writes on the 9th : " In the sorties on Thursday
and Friday the French report a German loss of
from 8,000 to 10,000 men ; the actual loss was
under 50; the total loss during the laBt two
weeks will not exceed 150."
The efforts to direct the river 111, which fills
the moats, have resulted in complete success.
New mortars are being placed in position,
throwing shell of 200 pounds. The fire on the
face of the Cathedral is exceedingly effective ; a
breach has already been made in the walls and
an assault will be ready a week hence.
King William will stop at the country seat of
Rothschild, near Paris. It is said this place was
tendered the King by the owner, in order to save
it from destruction.
The Prussian troops are at Careport, and two
of their corps, numbering 80,000 men, last night
occupied a position on the Strasburjr, highway.
L between Coulommiers and La Fcrte.
. Americans residing in the suburbs of Paris
are advised to remain in their houses and raise
the national flag for protection.
The American ConShl at Havre has been saluted
by a succession of enthusiastic demonstrations.
Very great excitement still prevails at Paris
and other continental capitals, regarding Ameri
The North German Gazette says Prussia is not
bound to recognize the French Provisional Govern
ment; and the Prussian Cross Gazette says if
Prussia does so to-day she will be obliged to
recognize liochefort's friends to-morrow.
General Williams, the defender of Paris, is
appointed Governor of Gibraltar.
An impromptu meeting has just been held in
Trafalgar Square, at which the Government was
denounced lor its course towards the French
A Democratic meeting is called for Sunday in
Hyde Park, and others are announced for Man
chester, Birmingham, Preston and Edinburg, in
sympathy with France.
A Trifmne correspondent at Hamburg writes
that there are many indications that the French
shortly intend, to raise the blockade both in the
Baltic and North Seas. When Fournichon heard
the Republic had been proclaimed and himself
appointed Naval Minister, he assembled the
officers of his squadron on the flagship, and con
sulted them as to the expediency of recognizing the
Republic ; nearly all were willing, and Fournichon
started for Cherbourg. The greater part of the
Baltic fleet is concentrated at Laoge Bay and the
remainder is ntuchored off Moen Island, both' in
Danish waters, notwithstanding the prohibition
of the Danish King.
There have been no serious demonstrations by
the fleet since the affair at Colberg, where the
Prussians hoisted a hospital flag and ladies
crowueu trie pier, anu tne Admiral refused to
fire. News of the capitulation and inauguration
of the Republic produced no disturbance.
Fournichon s appointment as Naval Minister
was well received and imparts fresh hopes. The
squadron will riow receive practicable orders, or
be recalled. Dispatches order all squadrons to
rendezvous at Sauget and await instructions.
Since the above was written it is believed one
division of the fleet has been ordered home and has
passed the Straits of Dover.
The Empress Eugenie and the Prince Imperial
are still at tlie Marine Hotel in Hastings. A
number of the servants of the Imperial house
hold, two carriages and twenty-three horses, ar
rived at Hastings yesterday, by special train.
The Prince goes out frequently and mingles
freely with people. He is already popular with
A special dispatch from Beauvois says within
the past week advances have been made toward
the King of Prussia, concerning overtures of
peace. Official intimation is given that the Kin?
cannot have the means of knowing the authority
of the persons making the propositions ; that the
time has not arrived to receive them, and that it
will be time when the Prussian army has arrived
before Paris. The King is still anxious for such
a peace as will give safety in the future, and will
make a formal demand and be ready to receive
proiosal8 of the proper authorities.
New York, Sept. 13. A special despatch to
tlie World has some details of the interview be
tween Thiers and Granville, which concluded by
an expression of opinion from the former that he
saw nothing to be looked for from England, and
negotiations undertaken by continental powers
with the lope of her co-operation must probably
be suffered to fall through.
It is believed to-night that all hopes of peace
must be abandoned, and that no treaty will be
signed unless in Paris or on the banks of the
Paris, Sept. 13. Portugal has recognized the
Orders have been issued to kill all the erame in
the forests of St. Germain, Versailles and llam
bouillet. Very few remains are to be 6een in the streets
It required 24 hours to drag into place the 6teel
cannon for the fortifications ot Montmartre. -
There is a great movement in every part of the
city ; the last departure and final concentration of
troops on the near approach of the Prussians
seems to have aroused the ardor of the people.
The streets are filled with thousands of soldiers',
marching and countermarching. Rochefort has
been appointed Commander of Barricades.
Louis Blanc has a6tirring article in the Reveille,
which proposes that Prussia shall leave the peo
ple of Alsace and Lorraine to vote whether they
will attach themselves to France or Germany.
The Tribune's correspondent at Paris, writes :
The ramparts are divided into nine sections, each
under a separate commander. The guns there
and in the forts are manned by sailors from Cher
bourg and Toulon. The National Guard are
camped on the glacis ; the forts are garrisoned by
National and Mobile Guards, who are under
stringent military discipline.
A line of troops is stationed between the exte
rior forts and the ramparts, supported by volun
teers and Provincial Mobiles; there is little
confidence among officers that the city can resist.
The Government is daily more anxious for
There is good authority for believing definite
propositions for peace will be offered in behalf of
the Provisional Government of Paris, and that
Thiers is authorized to lay them before the British
Government. Intervention is solicited on terms
as follows : '
Fayment to Prussia of .the war expenses ; de
struction of all forts in Alsace and Lorraine Ter
ritory ; occupation of.Metx and Strasbourg by
German troops until the election of an authorized
Government for France, and ratification of a
treaty by the proper authorities. -
Marseilles, Sept. 12. Bunds of Spanish vol
unteers in the r rench service are marching
through the city, carrying French and Spanish
flags. . .
Mcnich, Sept. 12. Prussia has formally noti
fied Bavaria of her intention to annex to Germany
a portion of France, as a military frontier.
Londov, Sept. 13. The last of the French
fleet left Heligoland on the approach of a German
London, Sept. 13. Mr. Washburn, the Ameri
can Minister, in response to another popular
demonstration in Paris, said the French were en
titled to expect English support.
Paris, Sept. 13. The troops here to-day
passed in grand review before Gen. Trochu.
The bridge at Crell, in the department of Oise,
was blown up yesterday. The destruction of all
the bridges will follow.
Tours, Sept. 13. This city is over-crowded
with Parisians and foreigners, whose flight from
Paris was hastened by the proclamation forbid-
! ding any to leave alter the 15th inst. Many
! vmeiietxns are niuung uie iciujccd. io'go
number of Government employees also arrived
with the transfer of their Departments.
London, Sept. 12. The great Yorkshire Han
dicap at Doncaeter, was won by Border Kaight.
Advance of the Italian Army on Rome
Florence, Sept. 13. Gen. Pardohua, in com
mand of the Italian troops on the Papal frontier,
has issued a proclamation to the Romans, in
which he assures them that he does not bring war
to them but peace and order, leaving to tlie ad
ministration full freedom of action. The inde
pendence of the Holy See will not be violated.
The King's troops in the march to Rome met
everywhere with an enthusiastic welcome. The
garrison of Montifiscoano withdrew before their
advance without opposition. Should no resist
ance be offered to the entry of the Italian troops,
the Government will secure to the Pope a resi
dence in Rome, and provide for a civil list includ
ing the College of Cardinals. The Pope is
rreparing a protest against the entry of the
talians and the occupation of Papal territory,
but will not resist.
A proclamation signed by the King to the
Romans says, " peace, order and self government,
not war, are brought and offered by the Italians,
and tho Papal territory will remain inviolate."
Demonstrations were made at Terrecina, in
favor of the Italians occupation.
The Papal troops refuse to fight the national
soldiers. General Bexio, who commanded the
advance, encounters no resistance.
The railroad to Rome is in the hands of the
Italians, but has been cut by the retreating forces
of the Pope.
The Pope has ordered a cessation of resistance
to the occupation of the Papal States by the Ital
ian troops. A large 6teamer has left Marseilles
for Civita Vecchia, to bring back the Pontifical
Zouaves and other French soldiers in the Papal
A telegram from Florence announces that the
Italian troops have advanced to Monte Morono
Rome, Sept. 13. The Pope has called together
the members of the Diplomatic body to protest
against the entry of Italian troops now within a
few miles of the city Colliseum.
Immense placards have been posted on the dead
walls of the city proclaiming a universal Italian
Republic. The document is signed by the Re
publicau Revolutionary Committee.
A man 'was brought before the French police a
few dajB since, under the charge of attempting
to pick a traveler's pocket at one of the Paris
railway stations, where, the public should be
warned, they usually carry on their trade. The
man's assumed defence was, that he believed the
gentleman was a Prussian who was carrying
away French money.
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NORTH GERMAN SHIP " SOLO,"
HAWAIIAN BARK " R. W. WOOD,"
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NESTS CAMPHOR TRUNKS,
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MAXILA CIGARS, CIT TOBACCO,
BOXES FINE OOLONG TEA!
Boxes Xgo Mi Tea,
Boxes. Orange Puco Tea,
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Bsxes Sugar Caady, Bxe Arrswrosl,
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SUITS SKIN BILK PAJAMAS,
surra cotton pajamas, .
Pes. White Grass Cloth, best quality,
Pieces Blue Grass Cloth. .
Pieces White Pongee Silk,
Pieces Black Satin,
Piece Assorted Cress Silk,
Assortment Jewelryj Fancy Jewelry Boxes,
STONE GATE POSTS, BRICKS,
CHINA WARE AND ITJRNITUEE.
T.tvx- There is a wonderful diversity amons
animals in respect to the Dumber of their eyes.
In mammals, limited to two, and are always
placed on the head. The greater part of the
surface of the head of the house-fly is covered by
an aggregation of about 10.0C0 eyes ; and in the
dragon-fly they number about 50,000, and may
be easily seen by the use of a magnifying lens
even of very 6inall power. They are not always
confined to the head alone. In spiders and scor
niona trip are penerallv eieht or ten of them, in
I one or more clusters, on the dorsal aspect or that
. a. A" 1-
part ol the head ana tnrone. ine eiar-nwi or
" five-CngerB," familiar to every one who has
spent any time on our sea-coast, has an eye on
Mm tin if" each rav or fineer. In the sea-urchin.
! which is homologically nothing but a star-fish
with the ends ot its rays arawn cioee togeiuer,
the five eyes are gathered in a circle around what
is considered the hinder portion of the body.
The scallop has numerous eyes on the edge of his
mantle, extending from one end of the animal to
the other, and forming a semi-circle. Some ma
rine worms have them in clusters, not only on the
head, but also each side of the body, even to the
tip of the tail, and they are connected individu
ally and directly with the medium nervous cord.
If we descend to the lowest forms, we find many
infusoria which have neither eyes nor nerves, and
yet it is easy to seo that they are sensitive to
light, for they either seek or avoid it. Hours at
The horrors of modern warfare are a never
failing topic of discourse at the present time.
The numbers formerly killed in battle sink into
insignificance beside those of to-day. At Marengo
the French had 28,000 men, the Austrians 30,
000, and the killed and wounded amounted to
13,000. At Austerlitz there were 90,000 French,
80,000 Austrians and Russians; killed and
wounded, 23,000. At Jena, 100,000 French,
100,000 Prussians ; killed and wounded, 34,000.
At Wagram, 150,000 French, 130,000 Austrians ;
killed and wounded, 24,000. At Borodino, 125,
000 French and same number of Russians ; loss
in killed and wounded, 80,000. At Leipzig,
150,000 French, 280,000 Allies; 50,000 killed
and wounded. At Waterloo, 68,000 French,
67,000 English ; 14,000 killed and wounded. At
Solferino, 135,000 French and Sardinians, 136,
000 Austrians ; killed and wounded, 27,000. At
Sadowa, 200,000 Prussians, 200,000 Austrians,
etc.; 28,000 killed and wounded. And now there
are at least 800,000 men in presence of each
other with means of destruction, according to
the evidence we have already had, far more terri
ble than anything hitherto discovered.
CALIFORNIA L IT-IE
Rosendale Oomeiit !
CONSTANTLY OS HAND AT LOWEST
A Large and Well Selected Assortment
SHIP f HADLERY AXD SHIP STORES
XT For sale at the Lowest Prices by
739 3m B0LLE3 A CO.
THEOD. G. IIEUGK
HAS JUST RECEIVED
BY THE HAWAIIAN
BARK R. C. WYLIE,
II ALTER MANN MASTER,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Selected with the Greatest Care
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
ENGLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
DRY GOOES. FAIY GOODS,
SILK, WOOLEN AND COTTON
DEESS GOODS !
CLOTHING AND HOSIERY,
BROAD AND BILLIARD CLOTHS.
Paints and Oils, Wall Paper,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER
Id quarts and pints Deetjea & Schroeder's Star brand.
Best French Clarets and Brandy
In casks and cases.
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin
In cases and in balk.
SPARKLING HOCK, in quarts and pints.
HOPE'S MALT EXTRACT,
Ladies and Gent's Boots and Shoes
of the best make and manufacture.
Cases of Toys and Rolls,
ROSEWOOD COTTAGE PIANOS,
cf the newest pattern, and nnsurpassed in brilliancy
3 Large Uvrglar and Fireprooflroia Safes,
A VARIETY OF OTHER ARTICLES !
Too numerous to mention,
Suitable for Town & Country Trade,
ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
Also, ON HAND,
McMurray's Fresh Oysters, No. 1 Hawaiian Kice,
Best Island Paddy, Manila Rope H, 2, 2 and 3 in.
Havana Cigars, the best in the Market.
Swiss, California and Limbers Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil, Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco,
New Styles LADIES' TRIMMED HATS.
Gent's Furnishing Goods American, etc.
For Sale Cheap at (he Stere of
THEOD. C. UEDCK,
FALL SEASON 1870.
BEST A 1 nAWAIIAX MESS BEEF!
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
XT The above Beef is packed by an experienced Batcher ,
cared In Liverpool Salt, and packed In Turk's Island Salt.
The best reference can be given. For tale in quantities to
: TllEOD.c.i r.icx.
F. I SMEFER & CO.
HAVE ON BOARD OP THE
HAWAIIAXBM "B, UMIE'
JUST ARRIVED from BREMEN,
Large Assortment of Goods
Carefully Selected for
THIS MARKET !
English, German and French
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS,
CLOTHING, HOSIERY, HARDWARE,
German Lager Beer and Ale,
RHINE WINE, FRENCH WINE,
SHERRY AND PORT,
FREXOI COGNAC AND HOLLAND GIN,
Heidsick & Co.'s Champagne,
Eio , Etc., Etc., Etc.,
All of which ihey offer for Sale at the
IVEosit Reasonable Rates.
FALL SEASON 1870!
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Importers of All Kinds of
lAiimrtn i ait urni'
HAVE ON HAND,
Tlie Way to this Port,
REQUIRED FOR SHIPS!
All of whlrh will be Sold daring the Susod
AT VERY LOW HATES
Money Advanced and Exchange taken
ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
OIL, WHALEBONE AND IVORY
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES
WILL BE PAID IN CASH !
C. I.. ItlCIIAItDS & CO.
FEW OP THOSE SUPERIOR
Oregon Sugar Cured Mams !
Received per FALK1NBCRO, and fur Sale hj
739 6m BOLLES k OC.
mjOTlllNG HAS BEEN FOUND TO SUR-
Winter's Metallic Faint !
Aa anrntMHlon for all kinds of Sheds. Bnikllon. Roofs, Boilers,
Iron or Wood-work exposed so the changes Incident to a tropi
cal climate. It Is ami -corrosive, resists dampness aod deflrs
decay, and Is the only armor which protects fruca all vicissitudes.
For Sale Wholesale ty C. Brewer & Co.,
And at retail by ali enterprising dealers 1c PainU. 70 Ota
BAGS OF SUPERIOR HAWAIIAN
911 Peanuts, crop of 1870. or salary
ol 3m - Bx-
A HOUSE CARPENTKK.. TO WHOM
rood watrea and constant rn pterin rot wilt b riven near
Honolulu. Address POST OFTIC, fiTin cams and refer-
J snee.. ' - 77 o
C. HUE V E II Sl CO.
Commission and Shipping Mrrtlnnts
743 HDltilsi. Oalm II. I. '
NOW ON HAND,
AND FOR SALE II V
G. BREWER & GO
An Invoice McMurray's Celebrated OystJ
IriRESII 1 POUND VA NX.
Fresh 2 pound Cans.
"piced 1 pound Csns.
hpiord 2 pound Csn'
Ah Invoice of GlaMhunre.
Flint Glass Ail Lamps,
Large Round UIhm Mthrs,
Salt Cellars, Plain sod Engraved,
Butter and Cheese IH.Ues, c).l clor,
Kggand Wine Uls-s. il col.f,
r'poon Holders and 1 astw,
Lare UIsm Fruit DisIms, etc., etc
1 Whitman's Home Power,
1 Thresher and Cleaner,
I Kice Holler.
I Coffee lluller,
1 Fan Mill,
Grain Cm. lies,
fiets Whittle Trees,
Kly's lines. '
L"r CliHiim, '
Plaiforui N4 '
I T O W JS
Kagle 731, hteel r Q 31.
K!tle No. 2, Double Mould tard
jB'e A, purin i,w, '
Laple No. 20, li,.re ..wa
A 2 Sid Hill, ft,v x o.
CJ A IS T s .
Horse Carts, Mule Carte, Light Hand-Carts,
Light liand Carls (or Tranh Carrnr,
Ketf and barrel Rivets,
A ines' P-pndes,
Ruller Park ins;.
Cart Axles and Boxes,
Brass W ire Cloth,
Zinc Waeh Boards,
American and Kngliah Saddles,
Bales Burlnpa, hales (Junny Bags,
Casks Cumlierland Coal,
SSUO toua Laekawana Coal,
Ash Plunks, caaea palm Leaf Ifan
Hales ol lletup bail Duck.
Putty in Tin,
Kegs Venetian RM,
Kegs French Yellow,
Caaes hpirns Turentius,
Cases Linaetd Oil.
Ban els Linaei Oil,
Tins Coach Varnii.li,
This liainsr Varnitli,
Tins Furniture Vsrniih,
Cases Cassia, cases Pimento,
Cases Cloves, esses Lemon Pyrup,
Cases italeratnt. cases Curb. Boda,
Burnett's Kxiracis Pembroke Salt, lisiiy U.
A FEW CASES OF
MRS. FEARINC'S PRESERVES
743 Crab Apples, Plum, Pears, etc., etc.
ONE COVERED lIl'TC HIf
Wagon on springs for aa I; hy f
743 3m C. BKLWfcK Cd"
To Arrive per "Iolani,"
nsTasTA CASKS DOWNER'S H E HOSES'
09fJ Oil. For sale by , t
73 8m C BKKWER 4r CO f
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST?
p-, SOME OF THE II AI.LEIJ
LLrV, . i I'nmab.n I natri nienla l.uVe lieen In ue is
A"Ym'f I city for over fourteen yesrs, snd still rr
I I il. ir i.urilv .nil hrillimirv of tone. Ih'Jl
built to Wat, and are lu the end the cheapest iiialiusitiin'!
fered la this market. 1
Omr 1 Oclarr, llsacwwad .', I
HALLET & CUM3TON PXAl
For Sale by
C. BltKWKB A CO
AMERICAN DRY GOOD
C. BREWER & CO.'
HAVE FOR SAMJ, j
Sheetings, Drillings, and Dfniir
N AM ELY t
JgAL.ES STARK MILLS A MHKKTIXO.
Bales Ftark M ills B Fur ting,
Bal.t Blark Mills A D'0
Caaes Powbattan Denims,
Cases Merrimac IenioiS,
Cases Union De
Gingham and Col ton,
Caaes Glasgow Mills Gingbams,
Cases Bleached Baltic Cottons,
Caaes Bleached Forest Dell Cottons,
Cases BleacheJ Truck River Cottons,
.... .. f ..i i
Caaes Bleached Mganown crown i
f .. HI... llurklnifhaui krowB Cot":
Chart M Albloa" Prints Green aod Had,
Cmm " Ovteotal " Prints Baft" and Purple,
Caaea American" Prints Brow na,
tt rtw " Print. Browns,
Cases floa Chlnta " Prints-'',
For Sale Low to Close Consignment,
C. BREWER J3
Fairbanks' Scales, j
OF ALI'MZES-WEIUIIIRU vw.- - ,
TO 3.000 pounds. !
ALSO, COUNTER SCALES.
C. BREWER A'.)
For sate by
JBwnchors and Chains, j
mriinns rRflM 300 1 0 BOO
f A 1 CUAIKS I so J. For -.- C0 j
mm - my if I
I W AID '
Kaolin, Fire Sand,
PIP?BIAY-roR MLWnwn co