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aa-I upa wljc rh iJ. w.'J beurade required-
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rt--na. Usa Co.
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r Dosaai MACtaAV.
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CORBITT & IA CLEAT,
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SUCCESSORS TO 11- O. SXLlTH.)
Forwarding and Commission Merchants.
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General Shipping & Commission ;
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405 StrttL rj,mrr of I.U'J St-, San Frrw.isco.
Vf. K. I.BVKRIDOE,
A. P. KVEWETT. V
Ma Francisco. J
LEVESIDGE, EVEHETT & CO.,
Forwarding JtCommisMon Merchants
3 I S FROST STRTET, CORN ER. COMMERCIAL,
Pi rt --.tar auentiua laid U ToosiicnoienU of Island Prod ace,
IMPO&TIR3 or ;
VATKEH 30XI0NS. FA2ICY GOODS, ;
Wnite Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
noil ERT, ZEPHTR WOOL, c, c
HAV1NG RESIDENT BUTERS IN THE
tat and io Kurope, and U-ia to direct commanicarim,
t manaiactares. re are ecMtbted to get Uooda oat the
beat teras and lx sell accordingly.
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coast, and we invite l he
Especial attention of Ilonolalo Merchants
to aat examination of the aaase.
Partaenlar atteotioa gives to Orders.
TUEIS, DATISSON CO.
Corner Souer Samoa Streets,
b Man Praneiare, Cala.
j. o. auuu.
J. C MERRILL t Co.,
Commissioa Ilerchants and Auctioneers,
201 and 206 (LkufunuA Street,
albo, aoests or this
San Prancisco and Honolulu Packets.
Paxtieolar attention riveo tathe aale and pareteaa ol met
tbaadia. ahipa' bnaiitesa, aaaptvinc whalesnrps, negottatiag
r-. 4u rretcht arriving a !aa Franciaeo, by or to the a
arfaia Line of Packeta.illbef.waJed raaa or coajmsaioa.
XT Exchange m IIfmala hoaght and sold. XX
Messrs. C. L. Rieharda Co... Hoaolula
c. Brewer St Co.... ............ .......... "
" Kinhna Co............... ........
Dr. R. W. Wood
lloo. K. H. AUea "
U. C. Waierraan, Esq... .. ................
""TLilSED Br CONNOISSEURS
TO BR THE
caution against fraud.
v.. t!1 oa and nanvsileal Condiment
having eaaaed eertam neaJavav apply the- nux of - Woreea
terantee smk" t Ueia- on inVnov eompMMui. the Pnbiie is
hereby taformed that the only way ta aeearr ta. genatae, ia ta
ASS FOR LEA & PEHRU7S' SAUCTL
iUamaal a a-- a t.a.
- - "TOsa iwKcu Dtnsf Mtu svppiiea wtia
wkitkmm Wrmtmhirc Saam, npoo th wrumr aod laMIs of
WlKfti the mamA. w a wa a . , a w
ax- naivw iiMUBHica .nrtr i upgoeema
wltA power of attorney lt Utt .ortMt prooeMiocs aaiMC
MairnfAWw f a vavr4 --k. . . a. i
by vtuctl trtr rtM mar ht intrrarrd.
Ac IW XJU. ek PERKINS 3ACCM ml iee Naune o Wrap-
tsr (avm! IXa l as.
Whaleaale and for Kxpevt by I be- Proprietors, Worcester;
maae and BlackweU, Loadoo, At, at; aad by Uroears aad
THEO. H. DA TIES, Agent, Bonotahx.
New Hawaiian PnblicationsI
STNCPSISOli" HAWAIIAN GRAMMAR.
By . D. Alsxajiobb, late Preaideot of Oaaa UnNegev
Beeond ediUoa, roraed aad enlarged. Price 7&Cla
ESQ LIXII AXD HAWAIIAN PHRASB BOOK. By Rev.
A. Eissor. feteood. edition, reriaed aad enlarged.
Prieav 7 Oata.
. ediUone of these valaabie ami indispensable band-
have beaw imed. aad are readr far sale carry next
ek. Xo perseai arha has iw laina to eourciee with 11a
watiana, aooald be withoa one ar bnth of taese paMieatieaa.
A few. copies of
A3DR!BWS nAWAUAN GRAMMAR, and also of Ur
OiCIXOM ART, oaUaod aad ror Sale.
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" Pabliaber atd Rook seller.
Biii fit t
AUKNT3 FOR THE
Prindle Steamer and Boiler!
x-irnnLi CALL THE ATTEXTIOX op
W masters, etnea -iteTe. Oniim, farmer, aad others,
to this lNVALl'AbLJi STEAUIK AND ROlLARor
General Heating, Cooking and Steaming
jy far illustrated circular.
ALSO, OX HAND
Large Assortment ol
Second to none in the Market.
G ALVA NIZED TUBS AND BUCKETS,
Rubber HdM, 12,34 inch.
Souenor Galvanized Cham her Pail.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF TIN WARE.
:T1.. Sheet Lead, 2 12 toll
j Sh iroa.i uck .nd gaind,
shert cpper, sheet Znct
ariT. s t tt 37 i
; Many Articles in their Line use
ful to Housekeepers!
such a Tuiiet Sets. Lunch Boxes. Sytabob Cluirna,
tpice Boxes I nd Canisters Tea Steeier,
Cliildreo'a Trayi, Zinc Wjh Board.
Him Boilers, Plain and Fancy Patties,
Xnu Cake and Suar Boaea,
Tranka. Mstaaaea Cana,
Stk llamraen. Knife Bxe,
j Crumb Pac and Uraahea, Wire Corers; Kitchen Knives,
lirs Wire and Ilatr TUtarSttirrt,
Da., ,Bd Brnahes, JcUyandO.ne.etP.n
Preserve Spoo.,.. .
Grid Irons, Jelly MooMs, E Slieera, and
Qther Lijie ,
grp RECEITEI) PR CEYLON.
t Conk ne Stores.
Ships' and Schooners' Cabooses,
Floater's Pipe Vices,
Ilaae and Plain Bibb Cocks, roagb and Oniahed, all aiaea.
Rubber llose, Hom Noslea and Sprinklers,
Caat Iron Bath Tnbs,
Galvanized Fitting for vater pipes,
TiaSouiVs Solid Pnuehirs and Mallets,
Siencil PtaU Braaa, Tinned and BUck Uirets,
I ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER LOW
j IVo. O Ivaaliumanu St.
Orders rrom tne otner islands win meex
with prompt attention,
A.'ncl t "til H.oweat; Xtates
THE VALUABLE PROPERTY
. KNOWN AS
THE TOBEY SUGAR PLAHTATIOH
Koloa Farina Manufactory !
SITTATED is KOLOA, ISLAXD ofKiril.
Together with all the
LEASES OF LANDS,
Ice, Stc, Ac, Ac.
AS PER FOLLOWING SPECIFICATION,
CoOHUting of :
ONE DWELLING HOUSE, 3 8x18,
with 3 Sleeping Rooms, Sitting Room, Eating Room,
ONE FRAME HOUSE.
2-lxl. contatoing Kitcben. B d Room and Store Room.
1 Frame Hsssr, 20xlS, a Spare Sltfping Hsase.
ONE CARHENTER SHOP.
36x13, Set of Carpenter's Tool, and Set 4 Cooper's Tools.
1 Frame House, with Carriage Boom and
Dairy, aael all I he appliances for ibe
One Clactsaitb Shop and TimIs,
One Frame Cart Usae, 3fixI8,
Tbree Frame all re Hsasrs,
Tbrre Grxs Dsases.
One Frame Doilin? House. 60x30.
Wilh train f Ke-ttlra cwtaplrte,
Clarifter. new Sorghum Paa, (never been aaed), 4 Try Pota,
One Store House at the Beach, framed,
Frame Dwelling- House at the Beach,
Containing gitbog Room, sleeping Roooia, and Office.
ONE FRAME MILL HOUSE. 40x30, FOR
Qrindinc Maaioe aad manabctnring Farina, wtth every
thing complete ; Water-wrel to drive the Uiila.
ONE FRAME BAKE HOUSE. 2xlO. FOR
drying and makins Tapioca and Farina, with 10 acres o
Manioc ia the ground ready for grinding.
ONE FRAME SAW HOUSE. 24x12.
One Turbine Wheel.
Three Cimrtar Saws, in gred order,
Tea KidiBe; Horace. Poar Mares. I Entire Horse,
Oue Carrtaze Horse and Harness,
Bix Moles, One Mole Cart and
Txdrty Yoke of Working Oxen, with
Yokes and Chains,
Fourteen Ox Car g of them new,
Two Low Wh- stone Carts, One Ox Wagon, new.
Spades, sheta, Pfca-axes,
Felling a xr. Hoes. Crowbars,
Cultivators. Oae Harrow,
Sevea Plows, about
1000 HEAD OF CflTTtE I
1 He tail Store, 24x14.
ABOUT 400 ACRES OF LAND, nirroonded
with stone wall, (or cuttiratioo.
Fair Staae BbUmIc Pras.
Thirtj Aeres af Battwaa Sagar Caae,
-. ie- be.
For farther particolara, terms ol Sale, Ac,
Apply to OEO. CHARM AN.
ia Koioa. Kaaal.
Or W. A. SCHAtrtR.
A "Word About Faces.
Some one caild tfce face the index of the mind ;
but it was a wiaer obaerrer, the wisetrf of oo-
servers, who wrote :
To nnd the mind'. c'oT",
There are a great many people who plome
tKo.ioo UinT what 8 called readers of I
character." We never knew a professional
reatierof this sort who was not constantly de
ceiving himself concerning hi fellow creatures.
As a general thing faces have an obstinate way
of not betraying the mental or moral traits of
their poiSsesBors. Character doesn't put all its
goods, nor even a small proportion of them, in
kUVAUCVl.w V m
lbs citvn niujy.. - -
ulance anTthinz eo abstruse and complex as the j
human heart ! lie i a wide man wno can un-
derstand himself, to bay notuin about reading ;
other pecipie. j
They are few things in which we are so apt to ;
be mistaken as in the off-hand estimates we form !
of men and women. A man of dirasi pared habits
carries signs of dissipation in his countenance;
but then, intense mental labor, protracted j
anxiety, and lack of exercise, will give the same !
jaded, worn-out expression to the face. A friend t
ot oars, a laxnous etuaens ot pnysiognomy, once
pointed oat to us, on tbe street, a most eminent
and exemplary divine, as being evidently a mem
ber of the sporting fraternity, " a fine old sport,"
he called him. Our friend was illustrating his
fatuous theory of reading character. lie com
mitted the easiest of errors.
It so happens that a man of the greatest de
termination will have a weak mouth, and the
most vacillating and purposeless disposition will
go with firm set lip and defiant eye. One of the
bravest of our young generals in tbe late war a
rough rider, and l-ecklesa in battle to the verge of
madness is a gentleman so unobtrusive in ad
dress, and so gentle of face, that strangers meet
ing him casually, would at once place him in that I
category of temporizing souls who are supposed j
incapable of saying boo to a goose. Bret ilarte
was as true to nature as to art in his description j
of the denizens of "Roaring Camp:" "The!
assemblage numbered about a hundred men. One !
or two of these were actual fugitives from jus- i
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ucc, some were criminal, ana an were rccaiess. ;
. ... . , . . !
1'hjeicaliy they exhihitea no indication ol tlieir j
past lives and character. Il.e greatest scamp
lad a Raphael face, with a profusion of blonde
hair ; Oakhnrst a gambler, had the melancholy
air and intellectual abstraction of a Ilaralet ; the
coolest and most courageous man was scarcely
over five feet in height, with a soft voico and an
lives and character. I he greatest scamp j
embarrassed, timid manner. . . Perhaps in the
minor aecaus oi lingers, toes, ears, etc., tne camp
. - , 7 - , . i l.
may have been deficient, but these slight omia-
Kns did not detract from their aggregate force,
The strongest man had but three fingers on his
right hano; the best shot had but one eye."
These few touches lastv and unconsidered as
they seem, prove that the writer is a keen ob-
aerverot human nature, a reauer ot character m
the best tense. The conventional novelist, who
... . . . . .
has studiea novels rather than lite, makes his
villains ine most oovioua oareiacea villains, xne
,, . , . 1 . , it j
black Sheep IS SO very black, physically nd
morally, the wonder is that the saintly hero or i
the angelic heroine does not hand him over to the !
police the instant lie appears. It is not so un- ;
knowingly that Shakespeare drew his rascals. It
was not bo he drew lago, outwardly a most en
gaging, soldierly, capital, frank-eyed fellow,
though many acters, judging by their mouthing
and hang-dog manner, seem to think that lago
was a cheap, transparent knave. As he is usually
represented on the boards, he would not liave de
ceived Othello for a quarter of an hour
would have split him perpendicularly with his
scimitar at an early ttage of the proceedings,
lago was a witty, fascinating, soulless villain,
cool, adroit and sunny just such a villain, in
short, as the professional reader of character
would select from a crowd as being an open-faced
honest man and a right good fellow.
r - -
It is only in books that the sharp-fea turcd man
is always irritable, and the round-faced man al
ways jolly. In real hie, it is oiten tlie
"fr Vfiv, tr.,scain,,t
that is child-like and bland,
who has the " smile
and the choice spir.t, the heart of true gold, that
wears unprepossessing clay about it.
Something Abont Sew Zealand.
TTi triennial reneug cS tho colony of New
Zealand was taken in February last, and the
main facts are as follows :
North Island Auckland, 62,335: Taranaki.
4,480; Wellington, 23,982; Hawke's Bay,!
0,059 ; total, 95,356.
Middle Island Nelson, 22.433 ; Marlborough. I
.1 f,..(; CintPrhnrv Jf. SOI ViUnH 11 TVT.' I
U'tago! 00,518 ; Southland, 8,769 ; 1 594781
Chatham Inlands lAi ; grand total, 256,167.
The numerical increase since December, 18G7,
ia 37,499, or 17 per cent., a fact by itself suffi
ciently indicative of the cessation of colonization
in a country so little developed as this, and ol
the need of a renewal of that important work.
The demand for sleepers for a projected rail
way is likely to direct attention to tbe value of
timber land. The North Island could supply all
New Zealand requirements, and inoch more be
sides, were a hundred miles or two of wooden
railway constructed, and the timber trade should
lie a continuous source of revenue to the pro
jected main railway line, which penetrates the
chief forests of the North.
New Zealand (says a correspondent of the
London Times.) has as great and as valuable a
variety of timlwr as any country in the world.
Nothing can be more beautiful for furniture, for
door panneling, and for'other ornamental work
than the rimu or red pine, which grows to a
great 6ize. and presents an infinite variety in its
grain. The matai or black pine takes a beauti
ful polish, but is more brittle and heavy than the
other. The rata, that wonderful vegetable phe
nomenon, forming itself out of numberless vines,
which first receive their support from some full
grown tree, then enclose it in a deadly embrace
and gradually expel the remains of their foster
parent as their own growing demands for space
require to be satisfied, then finally uniting them
selves, form a solid tree with all the charac
teristics of bark, sap, and heart, roots, trunk,
and branch, such as belong to other trees of less
exceptional origin this rata, which is proved to
he the toughest wood grown in the Australasian
colonies, and which is largely used by the mill
wright and engineer for the teeth of multiplying
gear, is being consumed by the hundred of tons
weekly in Wellington fire places alone. Besides
all these forest kings are many smaller fry, which
would be highly appreciated, if known, for turn
ing woods or lor inlaying. There is the kobar.
tbe manuka, tbe black tetoki, tbe mero, the 1
mairi, and other woods invaluable for the lathe,
and there is the makia besides, a wood which,
when thoroughly dry, would turn or -break the
edge of the bit axe ever produced in Sheffield.
When it is learned that all these woods, in al
most endless quantities, are growing nowhere
more than one hundred and filly miles from an
available port, and in the immediate proximity
of the projected railway lines, the question natu
rally arises whether no one will be forthcoming
with sufficient energy, capital, and enterprise to
prove that it will pay better to utilize this tim
ber than to burn it on the ground-
In a, email country town resides a clergyman
who ia the pastor of a small flock, who esteem
him very highly, and whom he ia fond of cate
chizing. A few days since, while taking a ram
ble through the village, he stopped at the house
of one of bia parisuonerB, and alter the usual sal
utations had been exchanged, the conversation
ran aa folio wa:
"Well, Mra. W.
Adam fell 7"
-, can you tell me how
The lady commenced to smile audibly, and
finally replied, " Why, my dear doctor, you're
" Very serious indeed," responded the doctor.
Mrs. W. , whose husband's name happens
to be Adam, replied: Well, well, you shall
have it, doctor. You see. Adam went to climb
over tha fence the other day to go to Deacon M
'a for a bottle of whisky, when an oar lying
on the ground took bis foot. Over Adam fell,
and barked hia shin ; and that's the whole truth
of the matter."
An eminent judge used to eay that, in his opin
ion, the very best thing ever said by a witness to
a council was tbe reply given to Missing, the
barrister, at the time leader oi hia circuit. lie
was defending a prisoner charged with stealing a
donkey. The prosecutor had left the animal tied
up to a gate, and when he returned it was gone.
Missing was very severe in hia examination of the
witness. "Do you mean to hv. witnma the.
aonrey was stolen from the gate?
1 mean to
ftn V uir " fficini. !a 1 1 . I - t
aly look, at the same time pointing to the council,
Oflia'8 ot Josh Bilioxgs Faejc-
. xuul&xax for 18
ijj Dear Ma. Editor:
Sum mea are bom grate. Bam men git grate
after they are born, and sum men La, gratene
hove that I am all 3 of these men
il seems tew me ina a
At a mass meeting iaJ , , V .V "i
ZFfii& the inhabitants P"
r T,umhl and rCSOl
Whereaz, it is higtiiy goou I
Allminax Bhould lye born for the year
Iltsoluted, That Josh HiU.ngs should be sot .
. J. r .-it anart) to be-i
apart, ana ncreoy ia i i
" , . .
ti,.. iKU Allminax shall be begot- ;
ted on the fust of next Oktober. wet w- J. ,
n. j Tkn . Al minax ehail kontain
milk for babes, meat for elders, and crumbs for
Resoluted, That Knower bilt tf-.k.JS
wax the lust man who went a whaleing, butJoeti
Billings has the right ingredients forafarmmers
iSXW, That Faitk wins the battles of life. !
beautify them, and Charity makes them
immortal. . , .
liesoluled, That more dogs than a man wants
are a nuisance, and less than he haa got, ia posi
tively no loss. ,
Resohxted, That we fully believe that man cam
from the monkey, but wbare tbe monkey cum
from, we don't seem to kno.
Resoluted, That the thanks ov this meeting be
sent to Darwin (or tew tbe monkey) wedont kare
whitch. - ,
Resoluted, That all the nuzepapers in oar be
loved land (without distinction ov color) be al
lowed to print these Resolules.
Resoluted, That this meeting now unanimuBiy
bursts quietly, sinun di.
Josh Billings, Sekretary.
: P. S. The meeting did burst quiet J.B.
Celia Logan Kellogg, in tfce Silent World."
the organ of the deal aud dumb, relates the fol-I.nKino-
railway adventure which befell her, and
, r j - i- i.,,n
hr riiatmirtiiHhed Sister. Olive JjOgan
.;, in tiie ears, and to tve her voice
, . ; ihf.Wfand
lor lecturing we orj;o.u munit.",
dumb language. We commented treeiy on trie
personal appearance of our fellow-passengers, and
particularly upon that of a gentleman who eat
immediately in front of us. The remarks were
of this character: "That slab-sided fellow is
- . r- i il
deen in that book." " Yes ; but what couia you
i I itf r i iii ii mi uuuflb.
i t- ..h Untfrn-iaw as
' exrect from a man with sucn a laniernjAw as
i ., t4 T, mfflMtin- with the heat. If that
j R OT a in of politeness
' J tfae window when tbe
Z u ..... v,,J;, k i fnt,d at it a
i uu,,cu w r '.u 7. lu"
Tn.mnnt .i " mn nn CD " IIIO UU1JTO lOTO
tn our astonishment and with a
opened tbe window, and then said,
! . " i. . , .
in thf hrnrpr alrihabet :
- Qnd dumK and ghould be
, . ; . . intritin-
pleased to be permitted tO join your interesting
, I . .Jr: J
ot vn versa t J fin .
We all laughed heartily in spite of our contu
sion. We found that ugly man " not only most i
intelligent, well-read, and entertaining, but
very usef ul at the end of the journey, getting to- j
gether shawls, bundles, baskets, books, and all j
the rest of the numerous little articles indispen- j
6able to a lady travelling.
A Good Substitute. Mr. Court, who has been !
n.iipoaMinrr I rm ivrwm air meetings in Edinburgh. :
evinces the happiest tact in parrying off drunken ;
interruptions from victims over tne way. very ,
drunken fellow vehemently interrupted him by j
" What will you substitute for the puir man's i
"Substitute?" said Mr. Court, " I would:
substitute that shocking bud hat you wear with a
better one tliat shabby coat on your back with i
a better one a miserable meal of food which you
I take with a good one-and I would substitute
j r rreaent ;znorance with useful information."
. . , i . t . 1
ihe laughter was turnea completely against me
shaky fellow, and he said no more.
xow mire ex i i mm !
INVOICE OF D.IVANA & GElilUX
j P DIFFERENT QUALITIES.
1 FOR s,AU5 BT
II. IMCKFELD Ac CO.
BARK R. C. WYLiE,
II. HALTERMANN MASTER.
A FfLL ASS0RT3E3iT OF
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING!
HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS,
WATCHES, Etc., Etc.
TWO SUPERIOR MUSIC BOXES.
German & Havana Cigars
DEETJEN'S LACER BEER,
Best Holland Gin,
Demijohns Rum, Brandy, and Alcohol,
Gases Fine Old Bran Jy, Whisky,
Sherry and Port Wine.
CLARETS Chateau d'Yquem, Haut Barsac,
Seltzer Water !
Beer Corks, Soda-water Corks,
Medicine Corks, Saltpeter,
Staaafurt Bock Salt, Laneburg Coarse and Fine Salt.
HOOP IRON 3-4 inch x 1-20, 7-8 inch x 1-20,
1 inch x 1-16, 1 inch x 1-16.
Fencing Wire No. 4, 5, 6.
Sheet Iron 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 oxa.
Sheet Copper 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 and 28 ox
Sheet Lead, Etc., Etc, Etc.
Short Link Chains 8-8, 7-16, 1-12 inch.
1-PIY IIDIi RUBBER BELIM!
4 and 6 inch.
Gunpowder, Percussion Caps,
Grindstones, Zinc Paint,
Furniture Varnish, Bagging,
Matting, Wrapping Paper,
White Yiala , 6 and 8 ounces, etc., etc
FOR SALE BT
tCI. HuF F SCHLAEGER & LO.
BOB. Cs HEUCK
OFFERS FOR SALE
! p R Q BREMEN I
I r x L
HAW. BARIC R. C. WYLLIE,
H. HALTEHMAN. MASTER,
WW White Cotton ruriiiau iwtu,
7Z" Print., BaleTwhrte Ground Prints
Bales Printed Brilliants. Oases While Brilliants,
Cases WhUeMolesk in. White Cotton Drill. Hal Linen Drill.
AUoeo ,a, Bale. Blue Cotton, Bale. Ma. ".
raTwrute Linen lack, V ed Barego of all cotoura,
Siik Grenadine fur Viis, White Cashmere,
Black Meriuo and Thibet, Fine Black Col.urg. Baraeaa,
u ...... .-..jnnr! Liaea drills, W hue Jcoa MoU MosUa,
insoo. Victoria Lwr.s, Swiss Dotted
A.u Macassar, Black. White, aud Browo ""
White Cotton Thread. He-vy and extra wie Ttoking
lUir Cloth Seaung, Black Oil toih. Gray Linen unite,
V ,"L Cotton Lo.g Cloth. Crochet Cotton,
Bales Blue Drilling, Heavy White Cor. " nrnMArlnti,
Amoekcag-Deniins. Italian Cloiha. Black 4r Bine Broadcloth.
Heavy W hne Cotton Bod hbeetinps, CaAhtuere d ecosse,
! Crpeta and Tapestrya, T. Check. Paper Cambnca,
' PilUias, Fine White Liocns, Ladies' Coraets.
! Buttons and Trimminge fur tailora' use,
Black White and Urown linen UolUnds, Buck Ml a,
I Klack'ar.d White Cottoo Wad.lin?,
1 Zcphir Wool, Saddle Cloths. Black. Crepe..
i French Peas ia Witer, French Peas in Butter, tins Peaa and
' AsrrwaTap Boailly, .Mock Tortle, Jolien Crab, Kidney,
KoiT Oxtail and Hare ioai a.iiaaof locgue, Brauswick Liver,
i Noshroom. Westphalia. ItAlia. Ctrvelat, ac. Sausages ;
; Currant. Apples and Kaspoerry jeuies ia
i carhrrv. lurrai t. RAilerrv and Cherry Juu
Riapberry Vineiiar. Ci-aes Mixed Ficklca, liccaliU. Omom
' Ghtrkinn, Umburg and siwiaa Uheese, lois r.ye
1 Kegs ot Duicu Herrings, Ktus r German aalied airing Beans,
i Sour Cabbage in ktq. Krs of Salted Brscner KohL
i Curly KcbL Tins Brauuer Kehl or Curly Kehl C.ibbage,
! hgs Salted Turkish Peas, Canary and Rape Seed,
! Demijohnii Yelw and Green ?piit Praa,
I Sardelles and Anchovis in punt i;Ls and tin boxes,
, Ke-A "f &alteter. Oases Hweet Oil. Wesii.liaUa iiama,
! Kegs Russia tarUiiiea. irench Prunes in tcUas.
; Smyrna Fis ia glasa, ZanU Curranu in tiua.
aiuac"r"a , . L T.:,. :.Mi..k
, BrMrved Lampreys, Ruaua Caviar in patent boxes,
ciuTes, salt water soap, .rench Chocolate,
Mniit Kauins in tins, papers is -mmm.
Csei Con"ectione-y, Marxipan, and other Sweetmeats,
Vinegar in Demijohns ami Barrels, oroccry raper,
Paper Bags fur Grocers, Ac, Ac Ac
WIS ES, LIQUOBS,
Ale, jPorter, Sic.
24 DiOVreat Braaata nt the Beat 11 urjnriaa
Wiun in catea.
Cases RHINE WINKS, snch sa. LiebfrAuetrmiien,
Geisenbeimer. Hochheimer, Nierateiner, Rudesheimer, Deides
heimer. BocksbeutrL warranfe-d genuine, Medoc 1802. Medoe
1564 in cases. SautKrne, Haut Sauterne.
Cases CLaRKT of other brands, such aa, Chat Litatea,
La Grange, Ltoville, Chsmberrio.
Cases Sherry and Portwine, Cases Marachino,
Cases Malt txtnict. Cases Nordhanser Bianiwein.
Ca-es Scotch and trrih Whiskey, Nordhnuser Kummel,
Nnrdhauser double Kummel, Cases French Cognac,
Cases aediah Punch, Caiee Swedish Cocktail,
Angostura and Boonekamp Bitters,
Case Best and Real Holland Gin. warranted,
Cases Is-.itation Hoi land Gin, Brandy, om aud Rom in casks,
Dcetjen A Schroder's Star brand Ale m frtnts and quarts.
! Marian's i
Deetjen St Schroder's fctar orana roner, in piuia auu juuu,
Beer in pints ami quarts,
Draft Ale in casks.
i A l.xiKf I in rif.miii.il rt
and kegs. Seltzer Water,
; CIsOTIIIO, HATS, &c
! Ladies' new styles Hats and Bonnets,
i Children's new s.yles Hats. Gent's new styles Felt Hats,
Ladies', Gent's and Children's Okives,
I Cokxed Kid Gloves for Ladies ami Gents, Suipenden , Garters,
i White Pique Vests, Pine blue Sacs. Black Mae Cloth Pants,
1 White Duck Sacs, lants and Vests. Orleun A Alpaeca Sacs,
I Prima Pants, figured Moleskin Pants, friaored Victoria Pants,
! ilk Umbrellas, whalebone frame extra sizes,
Indies' Silk Umbrellaa. Black, Brown 4- Blue Corta i Umbrellas,
A complete assortment of Unit's Linen a.d Paper Collars.
Neckties, Men's white and (tray heavy Merino Ualf Hose,
Men's and Boy's heavy brown Cotton Sucks.
Ladies' superior white tockines. Merino tTndervhirta and
Drawers, extra stars Brown ftotton Undershirts,
Pilot Reeftng Jacket?, Monkey Jackets, Waterproof Coats,
White Cotton Handkerchiefs hemmed. Suierir white linen
, and lawn, tianiikerchief.s, Mauraimr Handkerchiefs,
Calico and Madapoiam tluria, Ac. Ac, Ac.
BLANK BOOKS, such aa. Ledgers, JuurnaU, Day Books. Cash
Book, tock Books. Account Books. Copying Books,
Note Books. H-tok. Folios, Octave Boks.
Bilt, Cap and Letter Paper. Pens and Pen Holders,
Ink, Copying Presses, Ac- flrc., ire. ".
White Lesd and Zinc. Black and Green Paints, Linaeed Oil.
Sheet Lead, Ac.. Ac.
ZHON J5 jSk, 37" 33 SI i
Two Eosewood Cottage Pianos !
Best Kao le Coloirne, Pomatums.
Hair Oil, Fine Perfumes. Toilet Soaps, Ac, Ac, Ac
MISCELLAS EO US.
Cases Nicknacs and Fancy Articles, Toys and Dolls.
Jack. Butcher and Pen Kuives, Water Monkeys, Sils. Baitings,
Ribbon, a large assortment. Feat hers and Plumes.
Artificial Flowers and Wreaths. G. P. Itonnd Combs,
Dressing aud fine Tooth Combs. Ladiea Dresa Trimmings,
rme KujDmtrteries, Corks, Best of German C'irars,
Black Hat Ribbons. Black Polished Fence Wire, a good articie.
Hoop Iron. Manila mad Itope, Fiemp Snil Twine,
Walking Sticks, Violin Strings. Hooks and ves. Hair Pisa,
Meerschaum Pices, .irnaraeu al Globe Table lauapa,
Watches, Window Glaus. Ac. Ac, Ac
zmmm berk emiue :
VIA SAN FRANCISCO,
GOODS SUITABLE FOR
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
CROCKERY, CUTLERY, H03IKRY,
4rc, Ac, Ac.
And Direct via Panama !
Cases Prints, nallis,
White aad Dark Groind Prints,
Tweeds, Casfdmerw and Cloths,
White and Brawn Lor' Ctaths,
Boots and Shoes for Lailes, Gents and Children,
Denims, Brilliants, and
ITintEEQTJS OTHER ARTICLES STJIT-
aMe fmr laa Traalw.
BOSTON PER CEYLON!
CASES" DOWNER'S BEST KEROSENE OIL,
CASES BEST AMERICAN CARD MATCHES,
BALES All. HEAVY AMOSKEAG DENIMS,
h Ate., Ate
-rV"n tlxe a,"fco7- are
Sale on the Most Reasonable
TERMS, AMD LIBERAL TO PRICES,
ire smrtiern larly iavitel ta rxaniae
asy 9tack bsriara Parebaaiag
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
1 ttTw rrc ancL Out!
BUY YOUR HARDWARE AND CUTLft
THE HARDWARE STORE, NO. 95 KING STfiE'
THE DNOEUSICXEO UAVK. OS HAND AND FOtt SALE rillj,.,,
-r.no. i u xrr viucn OilODA THAT CAN BR FuUND IS TTira
. "CT. is
We have also made a Speciality of FishXels, Lines, Hook 4$,..- T '
Paints, all Colors, in Oil and Dry.
HUBBUCE7S BEST LINSEED OH, EAW AM
PAIXT. VAK.NISI1, AND WUITK WASH BRUSHES. IV CHF.1T
AND ALMOST ETEKT OTHER KISV OT BRUSH THAT MAT BK WaSTTID.
w.X.H. KINDS CAEEIAGE .TEPjf
HOWTEK'S BEST KEROSENE OIL, A,,,
Byain'a 8 Card Matches, always on hand
OUE GOODS AEE GOOD, AND WILL BE SOLD YEBT!
1 COPPER STEAM PA1.
FWmr?Al'B BY n. HACKFELD A CO.
Ex Bark Jane A- FalMnburg,
S .A. VX O 1ST !
IN BBLS. AND HALF BBLS.
EXTRA. FAMILY FLOUR.
For Sale at Low Rates by
H. HACKFELD A CO.
A. XI. PIERGE & GO.
OFFER FOR SALE A
SHIPPING AND LOCAL REQUIREMENTS !
COTTON AND HEMP DUCK, FROM O
Hemp and T-fa-nila. Cordage, all Sizes !
HEMP AND COTTON TWINE,
SDoararo. Marline, Hooseline,
Bpaavaxa, Cmlag Falls,
BLOCKS OF ALL SIZES I
Patent, Iron Strapped and Bushed, S to 16 Inches.
Jib Hacks and Mast Hoops,
Sheaves, boshed am patent ;
Hooks aad Thimbles, Connaetinf Shackle,
Boat Timbers, stems and sterns !
Oars, or all lentlxn
Rowlocks, Boshlnirs, Steering Briers, Boat Nails,
Wrought Nails, Cat NaiU, Rivets of ail sises,
PAINTS OF ALL KINDS !
Kerosene, Wnale and Sperm Oils !
Tar, Bright Varnish, Pomp and Ringing Leather, Copper and
BREAD, FLOUR, BEEF, PORK, PICKLES,
Preserved Meats, Pie Froiis. Green Cor. .
Ureca Peas, Spices, and various other Groceries.
Also, Brand's Bomb Lances!
Peireea Whallag Caaa.
TABLE, DA1R7 AND COARSE SALT,
from tbe Ponloa Salt Works.
PERRY DAVIS SONS' PAIN KILLER,
And Various other Merchandise
CAREFULLY SELECTED. FROM TUB
California, Eastern & Enropean Markets !
Orders from tlie Other Itlands carefxUy attended to.
HE 17 HOTEL BUILDING
T E R ,T1 OFY EA U S "
THIS HANDSOME TnREE-STORT
BUILDING, aov being erected ia HONOLULU, M
ready for occapaacr on Uta
1st of January next, and
mil be Leased tnm tbat Ute or FTrabl Term.
IT IS BUILT EXPRESSLY
FOR A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL!
And to this end
I Fit tea with all Use Apsllsaees iisarT
ta lbs Basiaeaai
The Premises are in the Central part of the
Ar. apaetoos, and well shaded wttU trees, and bat a short
distsncs froaa thaaUanatrs' wharvea.
It has Entrances from the Four
acaad the Blstciu
And, beside the main bailding, tber. are several COT
TAGES which wiO be leased, U desired to enlarg. tb.
HOTEL is BUILT of CONCIIIaTE,
120 feet y T5 feet, with Broad TeMdAks
oa the front and rear iiiJes, and
Contains Flfty-oight Rooms !
The Dining aad Billiard Room, are each 65 by sf
Parlor, 2S by 32. Genu Parlor, IS by 33, and the Bed-reonas
can be naed singty or in anites.
"Water from tha Government Pipes,
Is laid oa ia all tha reotaa, and raaina for gas have beeo laid
to b. datnbotad t. gas burners, when gaa aaay b. iaarodaoad.
THIS HOTEL KAY BE LEASED FOR A
And it offers a Arsa-rate chaaee sac the eetabliabiag o4 a
Profitable and PenimnentBasiiiess.
Parties deairiDg to Lease may spHy at tbe
aal FINANCE OFFICII.
x..t m this tkUVE NAILED GOO Da THAT CAN BR FoCND IS TBfi wlt,
AllKinds of Varnish, X3eai: Cnality. A-
Ex Haw'n Bark R. W.
From Columbia B;f
LO UR, EXTRA FAMILY,
HAMS, Spaa Wing's 8ogar Cured.
S A LM O N, West's Packing, ia bula. 4 U
OATS, best Oregon;
BRAN, SHOTS AND
WHEAT, new crop.
CIDER, Fresh, ia kegs and bau bamfa
For Svdt at Low Prices by
NOW LAND IX
HAW'N BARK R. C.
AM I. VOICE OF '
PINTS AND QUARTS, OF f
RUINART, PERE X FILS, i
FOR SALE BY
23 5 1 Sole Ayerds for the Hamiia: :
GtS p I A IV o si
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottar.1.
7 OCTAVE AND 3 STRIJlD.i
verjr best Ueraaaa manalaarara, iar ai (
Expressly made for a Tropic!
o7 3m For Sals bs- THluO. 1 1
USTOM MADE DOCULK SOLS
Henkert'a cnatoia raatde Drrss Kip
DenLert'ft Castom ?lnde
Ucnkert's Caston Mde ParapM
IIenkerts Uattoa Side i.'Uvt,
Ueakcrt's Pomp 8b,
Be Dkertfs Oxford Ties, Ac., Ac.
Splendid Supply of Hie aUst
And Every Pair Warranted to Gi'j
Late Invoices of French 1 i
Boots and Shoes
OF BEST QUALITY
Corner fort sua lreas'l
FE0M THE MAIOIFACT
A FINE SELECTION 0t I
mum m havj
PORTO RICO SMOKING TOBCf
TURKISH SMOKING TOBj
Cigar Holders, j
ALSO, PER LATE AB
A NEW LOT Of
Llanila Cip & Cfe
FOR SALE AT THE OLD AD
Corner Queen and
; : : f
nnoolala. Spt. 20th. '
man CoUectioa ol Hjatsa sea a.