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WmiAMS, BLANCHARD & CO.. I
Shipping &. Couiiniviion Merchants
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
lff. FRONT STREET, CORN KR CLAY,
articular attf ctlcn iaiJ to CwBoruU of I.land '''":
on ly '
W. IKUiKt. CHAS-
n. W. SEVEIL1XCC & CO.,
405 FROST ST.
Coror of CUy Street, 8AS FRANCISCO. 1
8a F raociaco.
COEBITT & MACLEAY,
Importers, "iVhoIesale Grocers and
Shippers and Dealers of Oregon Produce. 1
MAX FRANCISCO I
Office lyS t:alifrui Mrrtl
3,ad 15 Fr.l,-a 12 Flr.lSi.
VT C R!t.m. Ktn . Bank of CI.6ni. ba Frmncico ;
S:"- ?rr? r T.Tjo'.'iiVnk';;;;:; foi.,m..
as of ttritiKh Colombia -
YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY G00DS,
White Ooods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
HOSIERY, ZKl'IIVR WOOL, tc, c.
HAVING RKSIIJfTnt" IIUVF.RS l.V THE
K.,t and ia Kurop. .ml beinu in direct cojnman.ca. .m
with the manaUctarr.. we are erbled to grt UooU. t.n the
best terma and to aell according'-
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coaat, and we invite the
Especial attention of Honolulu .Merchants J
to an examination of the aame.
Particular attention Riven to Order.
TOBIS, DAVISSON CO.
Corner Sutter A Sanaome Streets.
4 San Froeie. Cl.
FLINT, PEAB0DY & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
Agents of Pacific Barrel and Keg Company.
Abb Pbkpabed to
Finish Keg aid Barrel Shook In aar Qaantitj
And JUspectfullj solicit consignments of Swjars
AXD UUSiO raoDic.
XT KEFER TO
Memara. Bi.h. p Co. V.lllS
Mem. Ii. Hackfeld A Co I 000 " "
Xeaarm. C.aUe Cooke Honolulu
Xm. 408 California Street. San Franciwso. JulO ly
w. k. lbvebidck,
a. r. bvbbbtt,
313 Front St. San Francisco.
LEVERIDGE, WAD HAMS & CO
SUCCESSORS TO Ii. O. SXEATI1.)
Wholesale Cr 10 ccr
Forwarding and Commission Merchants.
Partlealar AtteatUn paid to Conslgaiaents of
7 Snadwicla lalaaJ I'redBce. lj
EMCRSOA, COKVILLE afc CO.
N. 410 Plaie Street,
SAN FRAKC1SCO. - - - - - CALIFORNIA.
Solo Proprietors of tao Celebrated
San Bruno and Raccoon Straits
OYSTER 13 EDS.
WE CAN DELIVER OUR CELEBRATED
New York Oysters in Shell
iTttB Fineat F.avored Oyster in the world)
At Honolulu, during the Winter Months,
lit GOOD ORDER.
3?rice S4:.00 nHundred.
J. 3IcCraken -Sc Oo.,
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE
lnl baiineM for upwarda of seven year, and being
located in a lire proof brick building, we are prepared to recei ve
MddwffoM of Wand .uple, .ucn a. SuKar, Rice.S, rnp. Pulu,
Coffee. e-. to a-1 vantage. Consignments e.peiallT solicited
for ths Oregon market, to which personal attention w.ll be paid,
d apon wLich cash advances w.ll be made when required.
Saa Jbiscisco Rbfebbscbs:
Badger Lindenberger, J... Pstricw Co
Fred. Iken, " - '
Stevens, Baker k Co.
AHen h. Lewis- Ladd Tilton. Leonard A Green
f9 Walker & Allen. J
J. C. 3IERRILL & Co.,
Commission: Merchants and Auctioneers
204 and 206 California Street,
ALSO. AQKNT3 Or TIIE
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
rartlcwUrattentlot. given to the sale and purchase ol mer
shaodisV, ship.' business, supplving whaleships, negotiate
aTi ffetgbt arriving at Saa Francisco, by or to the Ho
DoSa Line of Packets.will beforwarJed rasa or comm.ssios.
ft-r ajchauge on Ilnnolalu bought an.l sold. XI
Messrs. C. U Richards k Co Honoluln
II. Hackfeld Co u
C. Brewer A Co -
- Bishop Co...............
Dr. R. vr. wood
Boa. K.U. Allen .
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
7 OCTAVE AND 3 STRINCIKD, OF THE
rtry bt German maaafactore, they are
Expressly made for a Tropical Climate.
For Sale b.
TiltOD. C. HEUCK.
1 COPPEIt STEAM PAre.
OR SALE JSY
II. HACKFELD A CO.
i llYblA-'JRUBBEK HOSE !
J, OTTT C: CO.'
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
(ialvanicJ I'latu Ir-.n,
ialvanil Wat.-r Til, 1-L', .'-4, 1, 1 1-2.
o rs ii rv i
fJalvaniz' Ft Tuhs,
CaKH Tin Plate, all eize.s ;
hhect Zinc, .hect Ia-l, 2 1-2, to 14 It.
llnum SolJer, I'.I jck Tin, S.M'T.
A COMPLETE A-SSOimiKNT,
Second to None in the Market!
COTTON TLANT " 0, 7, 8, 0, 10, j-lain and
' Magna Charta," plain and extension top,
r. 7 8 0 1') inch '
Placer," 7 and 8.
La Criolla" for coal,
" Shamrock," 5 1-2 and 0 in.
Together with a full assortment
TIW "W-A. R. 313 !
ARTICLES IN THEIR LINE
USEFUL TO IIOUSEKKEPERS.
vati:u imim:s iaii ox i
Work of all kinds on Buildings in our line
promptly attended to.
Orders from the Other Islands will meet with
Prompt Attention at
Lowest IXrfirltet Hates !
No. 9 KAAHUMANU STREET,
uo0 JLST AUOVK lilt u.x:.
A SPLENDID SUPPLY OF
RESS EDGE HOOTS.
CUSTOM MADE SO.IMRE EIGE BOOT?,
CUSTOM MADB I'UMl' SOLE BOOT5,
BUTTON SIDE GAITERS,
OXFORD TIES, AND OTHER
I.ltant Toilet Mirrors
Hand -lasse !
OF i:V DESIGNS, BESIDES
Dressing Table and Boudoir.
A LARGE VARIETY OF
PERFUMES, COSMETIQUE, FINE SOAPS,
Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes!
At M. MrlNERNY'S.
,123 3tn Cnrn- r of Fort ami Merchant Streets.
Itritisli IJsirlt Osirslsmsr,
And For Sale by the Undersigned.
TEWCASTLK SMITH!" C O A L.
2 000 Ramsay a Arrh wricts. iu ions ru
25 Newcastle lirimlst.mes, 25 ton fix Iron,
li0 tins UmUi I.inst:.l !. 10 -aks Hlac Varnish.
200 tins White U-a-l. 2X t'n White Zinc,
5 tin Yell Taint.
15 tins l-iht-grern I'aint, 4 tins Blue Paint,
10 tins Venetian lied. S tins best Red Ufad,
15 tins M. 8". (ir-n Taint, 25 tins Black i'aiut,
5 tins Chr-uie Vell.-w,
15 cases tialvaniird Corrupated Iron.
25boxfCorn Flour, 10 cases l.ime Juice Cordial,
U ces Mixrd Tickle. 4 cs Jams,
1(H) (!ren cases lirnrva,
30 csr Finest S-..ich Whiskey,
10 hh.ls Geneva. U qr cask Old Scotch Whiskey,
10 qr cask Marett's Brandy.
6 qr casks ltunville's tld Irish Whiskey,
i qr ca.'ks fine Ta e Sherry,
5 ir caks rery fine sht-rry,
3 hhd Hennery's Brandy.
8 qr casks Marteli'a Bramly.
150cae T ile ard Iudia Ale, in qt l-ottles.
ao cas-.-s India AU- in pints.
ALSO, PER BARK MALVINA !
t FROM BRF.MF.RIIAVEX.
j JUST ARRIVED!
I 200 case St. JuUen CUrrt.
j 40 bbls Later Beer. And. Mu'.lci." in qt.,
10 bbls Iger Beer, in .iott
40 bbl Tle Ale. - U I'ieijen." quarts.
. n . V ' 1 1 ' . .1.. II 1 : .-r , . ii M 1 ! t . I ft.
J U UI'l. K Sic i. . ' - - - 1 J '
75 cases Barclav" Tortr, qnrts ari t int.
125 caaks Bss Tale Ale. 2 cae Swedish A.e.
100 ca'tes. 1 d..z. ea. Ol.l Cognac; 20 csts Kammel. 1 dfT- ea.;
?0 rasr Nordl auvr W hisk-y. 1-5 creen cases Holland Gin,
100 blue cae llolUnd's hiU bjtt'es.
100 baskets tine ll lrd G n. i:i smne iott!e. large sue,
25 cases Brandy. 100 d.in j hns ft; Alc hol.
20 car Nordd.user W l.iM,ey. 10 Id.. Mrong leaierara Rum,
25 cw fine C":i.ac. iO c Ru.Vs'.eirocr.
21 caas Liel.frauini.ch. 3 r-n Boorekamp B. Iters,
25 case Pl- Sherry. 1- cavs Port Wine.
Als-o, Panama :
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS.
fe3 iV. L. GREEN.
! -ootTts ' '
YY E L L C V K E l I S L A N I II AY
at ONE AND A HALF CENT PKR
The American Case.
y.xry of thu claims
i r.ritnln that are luiidc m the Amcr- ,
. .." .' i .: ... . r. I rr ir,prtv
I. r..r tiif ijft'iruni'Jii ti u-..i- .i-. -.
UUr.s, to the Government of the Unit! sat. ,
i'l". IMI ,..
F .r t'lf tkhtrilCtion Of merchant Vessel?, ;
I - ..... t-,.;K.., ir..?..
ana wuKTtt 'cinii't w- - -
aa OI c nueu ;
.,. r..r oli.er .uuiage or iijurj . .
rjwui" out oi the dttru.tioii ot ea-ii tia--t ui
(fn re?I-.'t to thi, ite, the - eae " -vs it i,
iuipihlt; 'lt .resent l r the I IUtel Mat.-- to
MPrt-nt a detailed (-tateiiM-nt, but the amount of
iU elaiui tnnot 1 Ie than hundred!- of thou-
rari'l-, and i?ibly millions, of dollars.
4. For national expenditures in the pursuit of
the eruisers1, .-T.tiOTt.
"). For the" lo?s in the traifiT f-f the Ameri
can commercial marine to the Ilritisii rl..
In respect to this item the United biates ak
the arbitmt-.re toectimate tbeauiount which ouht
to be paid to them, alter we eubmit statistic iu
rc-pect to our tonnage before and after the
0. For cnharK-ed payments ot insurance o
citizens of the Unite-liatef,8io far a now known, I
7 K..r thn Tr. .1, mr-atlon Ot a C1VII war. I
.i .! . !
addition of a huge ulu to the cost thereof, and j
of the Mipprcssi u of the rebe.Iion.
r t.. this item the 1'nited States claim that I
after the battle ot Icttjsburg oflensive operations ,
bv the insurenw were conJucteu oniy ai sea,
through the Anjilo-LY-nlederate cruj-crs, in tne
hope f involving the country in a war with
(ircat Ui itain, and that the latter ought in e-juity
to re-imburse the Lnitcu" Mates lor ii.e expense
thereby enUiltd UI-OIl them. I !
i X Inter, t UMIi all the Claims UP to the day
wiien the award id ayable by the terms tI tiie
treaty, w hich in twelve months after the date of
' award, ut the usual rate of interest iu the city of
New Yoik. whcie most of the claims of individu-
: als are held, which is neven yr cent, per annum.
; The I'r.ited Matis claim that interest should be
computed from an average day, eay July 1, 1803.
How to Get on in Life.
A vminff nv.in writes to us that he has had ten
years' ottic- i xr.erictice.'' c suppose as n clerk or J
book-keeper, dining which time he ha saved tne
sum total of beventy-tive dollars." which is his all.
He wishes to settle in some - p owing young town
ati-l grow up with it." lie is evidently smuie.
and hi-; letters bhows that he is not deficient in
ability and has some" good sense. We therefore
say t him. plainly, that success in lite does not
j come 111 tbat way. -o man iiuus .1 lunmie u;
I chance, nor can he "grow ' into a state ot pros
I peritv merely by planting himself in a fresh virgin
soil." Kverything ia lite worth having is wrestled
j for ami acquired through severe labor and sell-.
! deni d. It is a great mistake to suppose that the
j failures of aspirants in this line come from adverse
surroundings. Circumstances nave inutu less to
j do with material prosperity than is generally sup
nnse.l. Favorimr conditions may accelerate the
acquisition of an estate, but the same application
and self denial will glial atity the final result under
but this is the rule. A man without a fainily. who
has been toiling in New York for ten years, and
has laid up but seventy-live dollars, would not
! " trrnw on " into aiivtluno; belter, even auuu iur
stimulus of that wonderful activity which marks
the youth of a thriving town. The accretion that
comes upon a man who waits to grow up by out
ward helps is only the overlaying ot rust and
canker that gnaw out the vitals. The true growth
is that which comes from within, and employs
every faculty in tbe earnest effort. Nearly all our
young men make the same mistake which our cor
respondent confesses they spend too large a por
tion of their earnings for a-loi nmeuts and unhealthy
indulgences of the baser appetites. Fine clothes,
jewelry, cigars, liquors, pleasure hunting, and
other cosily or vicious habits, waste no inconsider
able portion of their annual income. We heard a
man spoken of the other day. as one who had been
remaikaldy "lucky" in establishing himself in a
comfortable home, and that was the only word
used to distinguish between him and an associate
who had more brilliant talents, but failed ot suc
cess. There was no luck in the matter, lor we
knew them both. They both were married, with
out children, and each euteiing upon a salary of
SI 001) tr annum, w.-nt uIioiii tiie same tim to
look tor hoard ,'rt,";r '1Jv"- The unfortunate, "
man took 1 ' .1'ri;!K'-fa. "1
i.n... ooard lor biinsi'Ir J t,1Ty
J.lVs a week, which he said was the cheui.ist at
i which he could pet a coinl. triable room in a lirst-
clus house. The luoky man looweu ior wmhb
time until he found clean, healthy quarters, in a
third story room at seven dollars a week fr the
pair, his wire to d t her own sweeping: and make
her own bed. He lived within his income and laid
up money from the slait; the other ran in debt
and became embarrassed from the same hour.
There is no secret in such histories; he who runs
may read them. If any one assumes that the
nobler part is to " enjoy life " as we go. and that
the acuuisition of an estate, the foundation of
which is laid in early seir-tieniai. auu me Miutuut
built in patient toil with the same prevalent spirn
ever present, is an ignoble ambition, we shall not
... 1 .1.-1 .l.nn.. ...lw
argue the case, isul we mi say umi mom
desire this result can pursue it safely and surely in
no other wav. and ll a man. alter Knowing wnai it
will cost, will not pay the price for it. he should
not crumble or murmur against a discriminating
provnlence. i . oonrwu j voinmrn.c.
One of the Italian clerical ioumals, the Unia
C'tifnira. makes an announcement which seems
to indicate that the departure of the Pope from
Koine is an event that may happen at any mo
ment. It fays, in fact, that it holds itself in
readiness to change the place of its publication,
and to follow the Ilolv Father wherever he may
go. Should he proceed to j ranee, Switzerland or
Germany, it will accompany him, and wherever
he takes up his abode, there the Cma Callolica
will be printed and rent to subscribers without
extra charge. "And perhaps," adds the clerical
journal, " the very patient 1'ius may oe com
pelled to leave lionie sooner tuaii io iijin.
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon
u Ere tle.u s
11 K. ISO RE KIT RYCKOFT
TOTLO RESI'KC'TKULLT ANNOUNCE
to the l'utlic that he lias
Opened on Fort Street!
0po.ite Willinuio Fiirnilurc Ware
Ice Cream Saloon for Ladies!!
ICE CREAM, CAKE, TEA AND COFFEE I;
I nil ho ii r. !
HOT LI NCI1 DAILY FROM 12 TO 2.
Hoping to he ahle to meet the requirements of those who !
may favor him with their p.troiiage, J
He Invites all to Give Him a Call.
mhJl If w iw
- , ' Y
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL.
Byam, Carlton & Co.'s
0tx-c3. Matclaes 2
LITTLE SUNSHADE TOBACCO.
Just Landed ex Syren.
El). IIOFFSCHLAEGKU i. Co.
n a r a rviri UfATrD TIIDTC I
UrlJ HlllJ WVM.lE.il I UULJ i
PLAIN AND GALVANIZED,
TITII FITTINGS TO CORRESPOND.
3-S to 3 in. of the Be.t olverhampton mite.
l I" A N T I T Y
OF F I N E
DRAUC HT ALE!
VERY" SLIGHTLY PRICKED, all in Pn I.
For Sale and Shipment by
T. YV. J ACKSON.
mM4 Ira Csmmiatiati Mrrrhntit,
THE GLOBE HOTEL !
KING STREET. NKAR CORNER OK
t m Mrt, UmO"Ju!u. II I.
fw Inrnltar. f Ii-hf,
,1. n.r.i.r.,.n.,1 tnir.rrra Iheru-
.vwtir'i.o ui. - - ,, ,
.11 i,rii,c!iri al i'.r; LjJ lie bat o mp'.etely rroo
vated and el-iaQ-.H turn. :..-! m eery prt-u. .r. :i n. pr.i
tbb the 3-i- A:,h,,tuJ"'i
rf u..ie.uu,, w ff-'
irrd (i c at. lhij t.rl Urf flV. r.t!. ..ti. ts -"
i;r...; ccuir.:j i- i'm .. ii.t ir.or.t-
n.-ncv. it ..ff-r. t u-lu -m-u'. f-.f u..r. . .M o. "U.-Ti
ruruttf T-rai r..it'le, farter jrticuui n-Je kn..a
by , P:yi,.g . th i.rtm.. to rII1Yk H i, . , ,
l A. ' ll' 1
FOE SA.3L.li: !
rwMiK rl)F.uslGNKl)OHU:s forjall
Willi ALL 1Mb
. .. .v .!..;., d.tor work.
1MK0 OK-MS, ST0(K, IMPLEMENT,
Situated in Mokuleia. WAIALUA, Oahu.
Three Thonand One Hundred Acres Pasture Lund !
..f which, thirteen hun.lred acres are RICH BOTTOM LAND
oI t;.e rHmh Un Stone ueiiirg
Hu with Veranditl.?. Kitcln a:tachr.t ; Wooden House for
eu.nnp wo,4 ; Stour I-iry, :one Car, Hou ov,T wo , of
Stone Wall; to mile and a quarter or v. ire rrm-inK, mn
Redwood l'it. new ; -iitt.e ai.l slieep Pen. Alw. oi e oM
Wo1 i'res, one Iron Axie Ox Crt ; one Iron Axle ox t art f r
drawini; stone; one fprinu Hore Tart; Ox Voliea, Six Ox
Chains, Crowbars, Unuilatone. c . ;c.
Fifteen Horses. Mares and Colts. colt improved etnek ;
Four hundred Hr.d fitty head or t attic 01 mixen loirnam
ml Vevun I'reedt.. incla.ling One Hundred
M ilch Cows,
Four Yoke Working Oxen ;
Four Yoke Working Steers ;
Uetween Four and Five Hundred Sheep, mixed Merino and
Kefcr to undersigned or to 3. B. DoLE, Ksi).
mh4w-sw S.N. EME1150N.
A IV ew Work ly a lopular
raMIOS. G. THRUM TAKES PLEASURE
JL in announcing that lie has
Received the Sole Agency
Fur the llnnaiinti Iluula for th.s
Interesting and Amusing Work of about
raiXTLl) I U03I CLEAU TPE OX FINK PAPER I
One Large Octavo Volume !
Illustrated with nearly 300 Engravings !
This Hook is Issued only iu Subscription
At S4.50 t'loih.or in Leather Library Style
Is much superior in Humor, Instructive Incidents, and De
scriptive Narrative tlian
X xa. ix o c o ia t to x o n. cl I
Especially to the
Autnors racinc oasij Sandwich Is.,
i i ii iiii..
.H.'lVE IN YOUR NAMKS SOON. XX
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED!
TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY.
mh16 im TUOS. G. THRUM, Agent.
S ES C U H.l'T'S"
t? L I F E a
, A N l .
Nob. 31 nail 33 Pine Street, N. Y.
ROBMVr L. CASE
THKO. K. WKTMORE..
ISAAC II. ALLKN
THE SECURITY LIFE
Advantages unsurpassed In Its terms of Xon-for-feltnre
expressed in all Us polities, Absolute Ce
moal of all Uestrictions on Travel doln? away
with F.vtia Kates and Permits, having no Contested
Claims, aud akinr uo unnecessary questions.
Latest official returns of over Seventy Life Insurance
Companies now doin business in the 1'nited
States, ranks the SKCIU1TY LIFE as
seroud to none in point of in
crease of business for
11 over 180.
Though this Company has demonstrated the value or Life
Insurance by distributing among the
Widows & Orphans of 320 Members
Sum of nearly $800,000,
i Its lof ses, in proportion to the number of the insured and the
Mmount of insurance, have been remarkably few and light.
j Xo every person seeking mutual insurance this fact is very
I The cost of the Insurance depen ls upon the vitality of the
j Company in which you insure, and the bent proof of inherent
. j vitality is the low ratio of claims in the past.
1 Rtio ot lossesonnewbusinessof 1S70, not one dollaront,
1 The Prompt Commissioners of the Xerc York Life
I Tmumnre Ihniriiiient thus vixirl of the
We now come to a brilliant. or.waH, approved embodiment
of American Life Insurance the Security Life Insurance Com
pany of New York. A politician would say, the Se-unty is
the people's choice. It has certainly stron? popular endorse
ment, lly the At'antlc, the Mississippi, and the I'ac.fic, the
voice of thousands speak it fair. The Security attuned the
creatst increase of annual business in 1S70 over lS69of all
the life c-mpames of the United States. When this is consid
ered In connection with the pst projres mr ..u.-, .l.
' future rank on the lif,- roll i a su j -ct of no difficult crj-cture.
. Kven with the additions cf 1ST0 there is no d:proport:ona-e
I rutrowlh. It has b-en rejuUrly built up to the present pro-
i portion, not suddenly pr'-j-cted rorward. it nas pas?ea aneau
! of other complies by the du- operation and momentum of its
own normal law of accumulation.
illtnt nt Honolulu.
N. H. This is the only Company in the
irnited States who ( har?e no extra rate
for INSURANCE on WOMEN or for
NEW BOARDING HOUSE !
No. 33 Nuuanu St.. Honolulu.
J No. 3s. Nuaanu St., will he
. . . i
Opened as a DmmS ana Boaraws no
The Finite K-m is of tir wherr GOOD MEAL
ist..-d at fcl.OO p-r
r-.,ff44 04 T c-ilnnn attached.
4 . vuu. A v w
THE L0.M.FST 1ST 16I.IS1IEI IMIOT0tBPHER
fIHTOGRAlIIS TAhKX IN T1IK I. T KST
ety'e nl w-th nil tVe iaiyr -re tn-nti :n the rt. :U
A I. V A V SON Til F: I.O W F.ST T Ft It M S I
FOlt SALE Fh-tcerh of ' tu Kir?. Qj Cb.rf. oJ
I 1N, the Larsfst Vrit) f U". Cards, Stfrr-
p:C. &C , SC., A 1 LOW 1ft"-'--
.. , , . . .
nmuu j - --.
r. 4 . - in i:!v.
Up.irlpnrPB &c. will be taken
nJ t Prjces thlu ty ll!h GlWy in
ii. l.. chasf:.
fe'Jl ly w-w
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS!
rill IF". l'NPERSICNEI HAVE JCST Rl
M. CfclVEO ijM!iUM.u.o.i..v
A SPI.F.NOID ASSORTMENT OF'
CENT'S, BOY'S AND YOUTH'S
clot ii i :v o :
Of all qualities. Alo, an el- pant variety
Gent's, Ladies', Misses' k Children
NEW STYLES. Intt-ndinK to make the altove a ?ptcialty
corJially invite all to
Kxamiue their Stotk before Purchasing Kbew here.
Ifsuv'n Karlt K:i loi !
AM) FOR SALE AT TIIE
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE !
&ar Established 1858 ! tiia
A LARUE AND FINE j
Asortuicut of 1
II AVA aV A
Turkish, Porto Rico
SihoIaiii rjPSt it, ceo!
. ite town
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO !
JXccrfccIiaiim Pi pew !
Cigar I-Ioldeis, etc., tfce.
H. I. NOLTE,
fc24 3m Corurr Q.ueen and Nuuanu Sta.
Oiler ior Ssile
S 111 P 13 11 A l 1 LHU I
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
Flour cfc; Bread,
LIME AND CEMENT,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
POTATOES, ONIONS, &Ct
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller
PuulOa Salt WorkS.
OiYi'li X. "W- AVood
From San Francisco.
EST CALIFORNIA OAT HAY,
FRESII CALIFORNIA LIME.
FOU ALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
IM1LKO V1) STORE !
una nv IJ
DEALER IX GROCERIES AXD A GEN
eral Assortment of Ooods.
Corner of Queen ana Richard. Streets. e" 7
ImiAY IB 1L DD1ES DS US. OD
i " Critei-ioiT House!"
lHAVE RECEIVED PER NEVADA AMD MONTANA!
I,aitioO t.'holce Kid iilove,
l anct ami Tartan Shawl", .Ucrhior,
A I) ".? ,.,'1
X 1 ... vW
' t. 'ft .
vo ; VA-Vv'
PLAIW & FANCY SILKS !
a b a .aT...rj' 'fii.. a w . a ' -.
LADIES' FANCY AND TARTAN FRENCH & IRISH
Villliam.s' 1PlXG'l?vaaC .IJlll IcllTlg,
jFor Sale by E. P. Adams.
Roofing Slates, 10 x 10, superior
Roofing Felt, in Rolls ;
One Large Iron Safe!
lricc s to Suit Uhc Times.
Lumber. Lumber, Lumber !
T K A K K I R Kl R Kll TO
ALL. h.l.M'3 ur
Lumber and Building Materials
c;arljonrd stroke Trice s !
OCR SPKCIALTY WILL UK
To Deliver Lumber at nil the Ports
uuil A nohornirrn wilhits Ihls Kingdom !
Vt Lower Tiutes
than has tier bvn atUmptt'l hetilifore.
j OliUKIiS are repettfully solicited by
mh2 4ia D. FOSTER & Co.
"Ii:0 KOAO rUIBEICOS"
i srwiI--.lHII.I)F.ltS.KMILIKS AND K ES-
a lUtMo of Uahu aud adjaeut Islanoa, who wish to
Economize Labor & Materials in Washing
, bv usinir the s' lf ctinr and portable BoiL-r. Wa-hiti(f day will
no Ioiikt a tr..u'-le. The cost of Ihe BdT will s'on be
turi.ed iu saving lime and Uli .r, and the
11T03I1T0 SELIVICTIXC CLOTHES WISHES
j and Boiler will be fully appreciated.
T. wiiimm ull Hlrt without luM-inK or frirtl.n, is the het
thing for Washers of CMhV ever invented and works wuh
rtcttrr.vir.ir th- f.nst lice or h-aviet flannel. In savn.K
' r.r tim. ...a i.ipl thse Motors Eive their own popularity and
need no unr;ecces-ry " 1'iifl"' to accropaoy their Introduction
into (teneral use, as one of the necessary articles of tl.'S Iron
Price Low and within reach of all
i.n r.i n,.i!.-rs .or WashiriB r.urrKes. Made of the best
materials either TIN or COl'l'fcK. by
JA3. EST ALL, 75 King St
P. S. All orders punctually attended to.
XiVf flUEER AT ALL
THAT IT IS BY DEATH THAT WE LIVE !
A Grral Truth. nBolbfrCrrl Truth la
HAS ENLARGED II IS WORKSHOP
and is now prepared to do
WAGON AND CARRIAGE WORK
Repairing in All if Branches !
HORSES SHOD no anus nod nrat
You'll wih your own were liarse.' freli
Black-Smith work for Ship or Shore
Dene quite- ns well ewer before.
Ilia work done quick, hi charges low.
If you will call you'll flud It ao.
mh2tf WM. WEIGHT.
Assorted Fashionable Ucnt'ft Mum C'ollam
lscncc, ICibhoiiM, SilL,
;eut-ft Sleeve IinkM, anl
.,ri : tf..vv...v. :.v"-
. .A k " i. V
iC . wvA
a" 11 ' srt "
GRENADINE SHAWLS I
siru SAC liS !
ii a ysi:lii:. krotii i:it s.
4 'CRITERION HOUSE'
LEW ERS & DICKSON
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 1 1
riiiIjDI re v hi at i: it i a is !
Ilunulola or to any Tort la tbe Ilavtallaa Klodooi,
states as Low
a offerM hy any other patttri.
c. ii. i.Ewrna,
n.h lm J DU KtfON.
(hIZK 14i28) V
CLINT'S VIEW OF HONOLULU,
(1 A XOW II K ll l A 1 I llii r.r. wwi
J l.AK.- erh, hi llie Circulniliin l.lbrai and News ltep.it.
Ii ( auliali r f..r Harl'-r, Uoulillns ll'.u.r, ur iuv ui...i
friends, as it Is the let View ever eaecuted
HAVAIIAN TARIFF AND DIGEST
L;iws k Regulation', of the Cuslonis!
11ILOT AND II Alt HOIl KF.Gl'LATION,
I'ositi'.na and IJenrliws of l.iyht lloi.t-e., Curretiry Tnl.les,
1'ostaKe lUts, List of Iiipl.ia.aur. and CVnsular Ageuts,
COMI'ILLU I1V J. A. HAr.'-lMIKH.
rr I'rire l.5() lis I'uprr, tl.lA Hoard.
,u5 AtTIKtS (1. TIIHI M'M.
xt, iz: :
The Valuable I'ropcrfy .
3S.oalla IFtXLOXx !
Island of Kauai, eoual.llaa of
About 7000 Acres Fee Simple Land
(Koyal I'stent) with Iht
BUILDINGS AND IMPE0VEMENTS
loexplrfd U of P1STI HE Ll.l idjolnlne I
4,000 HEAD OF CATTLE,
For pirticulars apply to
K. KRL'I.L, Kauai, or
B. HOf FfcCHLAF.OEK A CO.,
riMIE PROPRIETOR O V T II K H A W A 1 1.
AN II'JTKL rH-cilu:iy n-uries tne mi
lulu that he has fltted up
Hot and Cold Water Baths !
F..r the convenience of those who wish to enjoy this '!
II EALTII fCL and pleasant recreation.
The Bath are fitted u with
Special Eegard to Comfort and Privacy !
FEMALK ATTENDANTS always In readiness t Mslst
LADIES AND CHILDREN.
r-T Baths Oytn from Sunrise till Midnight. 0ti
Price for fcinKle Batb.
llath Tickets, three
pecial arrangements made with families.
THE ICE CREAK PARI-OR
s v.in;nay far mAm and Otntlrmen
VltU vtvl J ' " ' - k
OR SALE BT
- v m, ' frv r .in"-
H. HACKFELD A CO.
2S 3m J ri.lX LA YTOS'S