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J. C. MERRILL & Co.,
Commission Merchants and- Auctioneers
201 to 1 California Street,
IUO. AtiENTS or TIIK
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
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et.a..uiiv avau,s-ttMo Lu.ii., b.r'tuaoi
1 r A llfre'it arrlvlne mt "aa TrmaelKo.fcy ar to the Ho
aoiala Uoot rtkH.itlHfwuJci rkaaor cuHKiMrtua.
jj- Exchange oo I!ooJa boofhl ami sold. -fX
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"WILLIAMS. BLANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping &l Commission Sic reliant,
N,t 19 Cm II far a la Slreel.
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A. P. EVERETT.
Forwarding & Comaision Merchant
404 FRO.TT STRIBT. CORJIER CLAT,
Partiewtar itmtiua fa! I la Ccst,TQEnU o( Ilaod Frndace.
n. W. SEVEB1XCE & CO.,
404 FROST ST.
Coraar ei CUf fJuw-t, IAS taiSCISCO. 1
Vs. Coiirr, C tvau Micuit,
2m frauciaoo. J KuJrr. M ci T,
) C forUaoit, U.
CORBITT & MACLEAY,
Importers, YholcsaIc Grocers and
Shippers and Dealers of Oregon Produce.
SAX FRANCISCO S
- Oflae 109 Clirrail Street.
I3aa4 13 Krwal, mm lO A. 12 Flrat St.
W. C. Ra!U, E! . Bank of Calif-mla. Paa Franelaeo
t.1aa. aR, Ai- rTeawlcnt 8.F. A P-fcagar Co. a 1rvxco
Nan.Ciwa Co....... aa Francueo
Maaare. Laa4 TUUw, Haaaars HurtUo.1. Orrgoo
Hack of Brliuib Cotonbta. ......... ........ rtlant. Orrjfoo
Meaara. U Uokiamltll ft Co Portland, Ongoa
CorbtU, raiting ft C.... .......... .....U'ortlan.l, Urgon
Reaara. Btabo ft Co Baaaer llooolola
Caelcaaealar lalaaal Prwalaee) Sollellerf.
XX D CO.,
YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
WMt Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
: B03IIRT, ZEPnTa WOOL, Ac, e.
HAT150 RESIDEVr" BCTERS IX THE
Baaa mat ia kropa, and betas la direct ootamaoieatkJO
with Moaactarea, we ar anableil to fet Uoul oa the
beat UraU ao4 to aril aceortlingl.
Our Stock it the Largest on the Pacific
Coast, and we InvIU the
Especial atteatioB of Uftaololn Merchant
to aa ezaaalnatkMi af tbe san.
Fartiealar attentloa given to Orders.
' ' T0BI3C, DAVI3305 A CO.
Corner Batter A Banaocae Streets,
a4 Smm Fraaeiacat, Cm la.
w. K. LrVBBIDCB,
91 Front St. Bao Franciaco.
LEVERLDGE, WAD HAMS & 10.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Psrlicalar AtUnUa . pali U OislpiBteits r
oT Saaalwleh lalaaA Prexlace. lj
T. McCrakcn Ac Co.,
FJ.lTIVO BEEN ENS AGED IX OUR PRE
K a. aeot kaaioeas t-ie apwarda or seTea ears, aod being
located ia a Are )nil aeiai aalUUg.waje pcepared to receive
and diapoeeef Ilanditaple,acoadajtr,Rice,9y rope. Palo,
Coffee, ftev, to advantage, unoaixaataota eapeciauy aoiloted
for tbe Oregon market, to wbten personal attention will be paid.
a4 aaoo wLIco out advaneea wtit d auf waen reqairea.
Baa Faiscavco oVarsasjtcast
Badger A liodeoberger, Jas. FaUtck ft Co.,
' Fred. I ken, W. T. Coleman ft Co.,
Cteveaa, Baker A Co. 4
FoaTLass Ri revises:
ARea A Lewis. Ladd A Tliioa. Leonard A Oreeo
arlt Walker ft Alien. ly
1 5,0 o 0,0 o o
TOANSPLAOTED OTSTEES !
SAN BRUNO DEDS ;
THE FIX 12 f FLATC&XD
s xi e r s 1
la tke UsrU, Ur Sale, Wholesale aad BetaJI,
IMPORTERS AND PLANTERS,
EHIERSON, CORVILLE & CO,
AT THEIR DEPOT, THE NOTED
410 Pine Street, San Francisco.
PT. B We fin order dirvct tram th bed, and gnarantee
tbe dctiverr of oor Oratere In gnod order at Honotalu. tii Sm
BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS
JTJST RECEIVED !
EX D. C. MURRAY.
JOTS SCREWED CAH.F BOOTS.
Boy Serrweel CatTOiferd Tlea,
Baja Serexaad Calf Balaaaral,
Mlaoea Cair Balaaaral, Xaerewed)
Mee'i Calf fialatarale. (etrewrs)
ALSO, A rikl LUX OF
Aiso, a fait Airtment of
GENT'S CLOTHING !
SUPERIOR FURNISHING GOODS .'
rVhfch wntbeSoHatPrlovtoSalt the Tlraea!
;orner of Bert and Merchant Streete.
t r. ssaariL.
New Cigar and Tobacco Store.
fl'IIK CNDERSICNED ItKGS TO XOTII'V
A the raUc a-r.llj Uial he Lu tnrJ la U.e Abut
tm.;n-a l lh tu.ce at
44 F0ET STREET,
WHrrc be wi!l ktp ewoatanlly oo kiii4 the best brads of
CIGARS AM TOBACCO,
MKBKSCII ALM AND OTHER PIPES,
A Yxi nm-ut ot Vt latest styles.
Sxla Water anclGinerPop.
II wJI Uo b fowivl r.) y to f ; r hi. proanpt tuntioou
orar. in Lu Una aa a Mactuaiat and iUtgynrr.
sea if TUuMAi LACK.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
( Til AT DE1IRA HI.E PROPERTT
J icitt1 at K iltoKhu, rna a th r-.idrnee' "LZl1
of J. T. (.barter. will ' snbt la the first party -mating
a ronaiMe oJ-r. Taa Wt euntaina 1901 laUx-m
ao4 30 frf, .ub a frubtaxa on King axui iulj: streets. I; it
plastri vttb a rood aaaortment of
Fruit, Ornamental and Shai Trees.
Vfia tbe iH I' t. a larye acul
COMMODIOUS DWELLING HOUSE!
eor.laiolo- lirr tlr.it, parkr. t f.iD aod dioinc r MM,
viih pan'ry. kttefi anl talb-rxia aOactid. A!ao, ouliKMiara,
atabla aa4 aarrlaffa boaai.
Ta rara44Ue f Uaa boua ariU br arJJ if drslrvd. tbe hoaaa
and a fixmt part of the lurmlar U new, ib a-bole bariaf
onf ben to aae tciv raootha. T.tle goul. for (artber
Ucaiara Inqairw of J. 1. Chayw.
Alao, Um felMca.aiith Umoru of J. T. Cbayter, with tbe
iyl, Iw.U. hOjcii, te.
THE FiaOl S TSOTTISC II0U.SK 'DILLY T1VL0S,'
with Bscry. Kara. etc.. aa4 two acta ot light BiogVe Uanyan,
Kogttat awl tpauiab hJUlca, KrtJb-a. rtc
J. I. CHAYTER.
nO tf Uo the Kaptanade.
CASTLE a GOOKE.
FINEST BROAD CLOTH,
Finest Black Doeskins, West of England;
Finest All Wool Fancy Tweeds, suitable
for Summer "Wear.
ALSO, EXPECTED CI THE STEAMER,
A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF THOSE
HEAVY PRINTED WOVEN LINEN DRILLS.
for Gent's and Boy's wear.
"White Linon Duck!
FINEST AND MhIICM.
White Linen Duck, Heavy Cord.
Tbe aeTe Goods will U Sold at the Lawest Possi
j?4F Samples Senl to the Other Islands if requested.
H. HACRFELD & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING GOODS I
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE I
122 DATS FROM BREMEN.
PRINTS, LA1YXS, MUSLINS,
White and Blue Cottons, and Drills,
Blue Denims, Burlaps, Moequito Netting,
Blue and White Flannels, White Moleskin,
Assorted Bed Qailta,
Assorted Silk, Cotton and Linen Handkerchiefs,
White Imperial Linen, Assorted Towels.
Socks and Stockings, Assorted Threads,
Assorted Shawls and Plaids,
Woolen Blankets, red, white, green, blue 4 graj.
Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Fine Cloths and Cashmeres
LININGS, &c, for Tailors use.
Fine Silks and Woolen Goods for Ladies
Bunting, assorted colors, French Merinos,
Assorted Terfumery, Latin's Extracts, &c,
Assorted English Saddles,
French Calfskins, Taints and Oils,
A full Assortment of German, French and English
Rhine Wines. Champagne, Scotch Ales,
German and Norwegian Ales, GLn, Sherry,
Butchers Knives, Pen and Pocket Knires,
Scissors, Perforated Brass Centrifugal Linings,
Babbitt's Metal, Banca Tin, Tin Plates,
Fence Wire, Galranized Iron Pipes,
Sheet Zinc, Best Refined Irons,
Assorted Qualities Needles.
Sdf er Plated Forks, Spoons and Ladles,
Combs and Brushes.
Fancy Goods, Toys and Riding Whips!
Portland Cement, best brands,
Blacksmiths' Coals, Tar and Pitch,
Fire Clay, Fire Sand, Fire Bricks,
Oak Boats for eoas'ers,
A Small Ixt cf Superior
CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE
Mahogany Sideboard, with Marble Slab 4 Mirror
Ditto Dining Table,
Rosewood Centre Table, ditto Sofa.
Cane Seat Folding Chairs,
FINE HAVANA and GERMAN CIGARS !
in full assortment and at Tarioos prices,
Music Boxes, Glass Bead-,
And Many Other Goods too Numerous to
HAY ! ;
WELL CURED ISLAND HAY
t ONE AND A HALF CENT PER
orS Zm JUDD A LAYTON'S
.1 O R t A I. K It V
C. BKKWHR A Co.
C. BKtWKR Co-
BREAD AND BUTTER,
, a s
A Li K II V
C. BRMVEK Co.
OK S A L. E B V
C. bUEWKK A Co.
CARTS, Horse and Hand,
pOR KALE BY
C. EREWKR Co.
no R SALE II V
C. IIRF.WK2 A Co.
SALE B V
C. BKLWER A Co.
S A L. E B V
C. UREWHR A Co.
C. LREWER A Co.
nUR SAI.K B V
C. BRKWKR Co.
HALE B V
C. URF.WER 4r Co.
C. BRKWKR If Co.
j ASh. SPRUCE & OAK PLANK,
C. IIRKWER A Co.
PLOWS, all Styles,
OR SALE B V
C. BRKWKR A Co.
PAILS, 3 Hoops,
SALE B V
C. BREWER A Co.
MANILA ROPE, all Sizes,
OR SALE B V
C. BREWER A Co.
STOVES, Assfd. Sizes,
C. BREWER A Co.
TAR & PITCH,
SALE B V
C. BREWER ir Co.
C. BREWER A Co.
HAVE ON HAND y
m 3"8 '-2 3"4 8 AND 3 INCH
COPPER TUBING, io lengths rrom S to 15 reel-,
Galranized Corrugated RooCng,2Cx84 inches;
Cast-s Tin Plate, all sizes;
Sheet Lead, Brass and Soft Solder,
Galvanized & Flain Sheet Iron, 1C to 26 gauge
Sheet Copper, tinned and clean, all sizes;
.A-lso, a Few
At Old Prices.
Just Arrived per R. C. Wylie I
Barrels Sheet Zinc,
Cases Sheet Tin,
Block Tin, &c, &c.
Also, Expected per Ceylon I
FULL ASSORTMENT OF STOVES,
Rivets, tinned and black, 2 to 6 lbs.
EXTRA 3 PLY AMERICAN RUBBER HOSE!
Which they can warrant to be the beat article made,
riain and Hose Bibb Cocks, 1-2 to 1 1 2 ia.
Sink and Bath Tub Plugs,
House Water Closets,
Sprinklers, Hose Couplings & Nozels,
Patent Can Openers,
Tinned Tacks, Cast Iron Sinks,
Galvanized Elbows, T's, Union Couplings, &c.
Douglass Lift and Force Pumps !
Douglass Lift Pumps, 0 to 6.
All of ichich they OJrr For Sile at Reasonable
ST Steves Pirrhased at this Establlshmeat Set ip
Free tf Chars.
JpiT- Having a large stoih of Copper Tubing,
Shed Copper, and other Materials in Veir line, they
are prepared to Jul Plantation and other orders at
prires saiisfaftnry to buyer and seller, at
No. 9 KAAHUMANU STREET,
JS JUST ABOVE THE BANK.
OF THE PACKING OF 1871.
warraoted ia good order, for sale at a very low
Bgurr. in unlrr 10 closa a coniifTjmnt.
oclt II. II ACKFELD CO.
Arrival of 1 lio Dakot n.
Mr the arrival ob HunJaj eTetiinp jA.it cf tbe Cali- '
furnia, N. Z , & A. StestnsLip Dukvia, Capt. It) err- .
soil, ire are ia receipt cf isat Fntnetsco J a it 9 to the )
Cnr int., lnoiaJing teiegrapfa frvia New lurk An
London to the 5th. The pnncipaj items of interes
are, the death cf Horace Jrlev, tbe meeting of
CoDgress and the threatening aspect of a3ire in
France. We compile the most important telt-jtraro :
! acu,9 an.l peace.'uHj at C ,:A) v. m.
I llvracc Ortclejr a life ia insured for glw,M., for
i the betiefit of the 7Vii-anf Aaeciatk'n.
Tlie cc.mbineJ fortunes of tJrcelej's daughters is
etate-i at $iC(XtO or mori.
It id announced that the Chppaqai homeftr&d of
; Mr. Horace Greeley is to t aLin.loneJ, and that the
property will t auctioned. .
f I micago, No. 3). New Yrk epecia's re 6ried
with detailed accounts of Ureelejs illness and death.
: One of thei states that he whsi very despondent over
j the resa't of the elections in M-iiiie and Vermont, nl
I though he hal always sail he did not expect to
I carry them, and that the result of the October e'.ec
; tions increased this feeling; that bis most intimate
friends began to perceive that defeat in Novemfer
might pryve fatal to him. At this time he began,
according to this account, to show signs of aberration
I of mind, and the death of his wife appears to have
been the final blow which plunged him into otter de
After the funeral he showed the first positive evi
dence of mental derangement. The November elec
tion did not seemingly interest hira. His defeat did
not appear to surprise him. He deceived his friends '
' by receiving the news with perfect indifference. ;
i Subsequently, it is stated that he became violen' at i
j times, and once, it is said, threw down a lamp. :
I which set fire to his room. ;
I On Noeraber 20th be was removed to the private ,
asylum cf Dr. Choate, near Pleasantville, Westches- .
ter county. At this place, surrounded bj bis fvieudi".
! New York, Dec. 4. Rjv. Henry Ward Berber's ;
1 remarks at Greeley's funeral were quite brief. He j
j epoke of the deceased as one who fr thirty yei.rs had ;
filled the land with controversy; as a man of war, I
I yet d'ing without citic honors; but ns one whose ;
I memory shall live forever in the records of bis coun- '
j try. Tc-dy, all men forget the recent strife and
j conflict of opinion, and honor him because be was
something more than a professional man; be as a
aim so good and 60 noble that be hJ few compeers
for 30 years; he built for himself no outward niouu- :
ment, no estate; but to-day, between the oceans, there ;
is not a man who has not felt the e fleet of the labors 1
of Horace Greeley. i
At the conclusion of Beeclier's address, the quar- j
tette of St. Xavier's Church eang " He sleeps the I
La.-t Sleep." i
.v.. j-. . -. j
beautiful appearance. The outside concourse of
people waited with respectful silence. The church
was opened at about half-past ten, though ladies had
previously been admitted and filled the galleries.
Among the first celebrities to arrive were President j
Grtnt, Gov. Hoffman and Senator Coukling. Follow- i
ing them was Vice-President elect Wilson, Minister
I Washburne and Secretary Belknap. There were also
i Gen. . Scburz, Lyman Trumbull and Vice-l'rei Jen t
Colfax, who took a seat ne r the President. Ihe
crowds outside extended as far as the eye could reach,
on either side of Fifth avenue, waiting tbe arrival of
the procession. At 11 o'clock the procession started
from Mr. Sinclair's house, on Forty-fifth street.
Miiny atlecting scenes took place during the morning.
Greeley's daughters were inconsolable in their grief.
The corpse was borne by ten men; next came the
chief mourners; then the Tribune Association; next
the Herald Club; then followed in succession military
and civil officers.
New York, Dec. 4. The Herald proposes that the
press establish an endowment for Gree'ey's children
and offers $1,000 ns its subscription.
The Democratic National Committee have issued an
address containing a tribute to the memory of Greeley.
The message ol President Grant was delivered
on the 1st ot December, and appears in the Sau
Francisco papers of the 2d. Says the Alta :
" It is a good, a sensible, a siatesin uilike docu
ment, one worthy of the President ol" a great nation,
and worth v ot beinsr read by every American. Its
views will be received as wist and euiled to the i
ocrasiou and the country, while the kindly spirit
that pervades it is worthy of all praise. For the
first tini in the history of thecountry the document
I has no unpleascnt or unsettled question witu any
j nation ; for the first time we know exactly what
I and where are the exact boundaries of our country.
1; The President refers quite fully to tbe negotiations
5j which have resulted iu a settlement ot tbe -Alabama
Claims.' and 'San Juan Question.' and nays very
gratelul and well-merited compliments to all those i
engaged in the negotiations, from the National Gov- j
eruments that appointed the arbitrators, to those j
gentlemen, to the German Emperor, and to Queen j
Victoria for her promptness and grace in carrying !
the award into effect. He pays Mr. Adams a trib- I
ute worth more than all moneyed compensation, j
Indeed, a spirit of generous recognition pervades:
the Message, which shows that under 1 resident I
Gram's reticent manner is a substratum of warm, i
generous nature. The President speaks with satis
faction of the fact that this nation is at peace and
on tke most friendly terms with all other nations.
Toward Mexico his expressions are of the most
friendly character, and particularly hopeful of our
I neighbor's destiny under the guidance of bur newly
j elected President. Even the outrages on the Rio
Grande do not betray bim into one expression of
. We see nothing in the Message which should give
ofifeuse to the people or Government of any Nation.
Spain may dislike its allusion to the Cuban troub
les, but we do not see how our President could have
well said less, or in a spirit less calculated to offend.
The President, in this connection, condemns the
principle and practice of Americans holding slaves
in Cuba. The financial exhibit is very satisfactory,
giving promise that our large National debt will
probably within fifteen years be entirely liquidated.'
There are various subjects upon which the Message
treats, which deserve a much more particular at
tention than our time and space allows, among
which is the Prebideut's vi.-ws upon the Postal Tel
egrapb, a subject of vast importance, and which is
certain to create wide discussion. It will do for
Congress has ordered the construction of six new
At the conclusion of the debate the previous
question was ordered t uud Jiie House agreed to
Garfield's amendment; also, to Hanks' amendment,
that tbe number of guns should not exceed ten ;
likewise to Hale's amendment, requiring half the
vessels to be built in private yards, and by a vote
of 104 to 67 to Cox's amendment, reducing the num
ber of vessels to be constructed from ten to six.
The bill ns amended was then passed. Adjourned.
.Washington, Dec. 4. Sumner was seized with a
rather sham attack of heart disease on the stiet I
1 last night. His friends warmly urge bis cessation I v
iiuiu an oenmoimi lauuir, uui uk was ill uis seat
to-day at the opening of the cession.
London, Dec. 2. All tbe stokers employed by
four or five of the largest gas companies in the city
have struck work, ostensibly because two of their
number were unjustly discharged. Tbe Directors
of the companies warn the public to use as little
gas as possible until tbe trouble is ended.
London. Dec. 4. Five hundred striking stokers,
employed by the gas companies, were summoned
before tbe Police Court on charges of conspiracy.
Tbe companies are unyielding, and tbestokers will
bold out until their companions.-w hose discharge
was the cause of the strike, are taken back. Mean
while the absence of gas is severely felt. Tbe
theatres are compelled to omit performances, and
underground railways are in darkness. Two
thousand printers bad a public parade.
London, Nov. 18. John Bright will resume bis
seat in Parliament the coming session.
Bailey, one of the speakers at the Fenian amnesty
demonstration in Hyde Park, Sunday a week, was
fined last week for infringing on the regulations
for tbe protection of public parks. His counsel
contended that the regulations are invalid because
Parliament has not sauctioned them, and an appeal
is taken to a higher court.
London, Iov. 29. Cyrus V . r leld gave a grand
banquet last evening at the Buckingham Palace
Hotel, in celebration of the American Thanksgiv
ing Day. Tbe company included Gladstone, Sir
Charles Winfield, Sir John Hay. Sir Charles
Wheatstone, Mr. Pinder, Sir Jonas Anderson, Ad
miral Richards, Mr. Moesey, M. C.Arthur, Mr. Var
ley, Mr. StenaDs, and others. During the dinner
several telegrams lrom America were received.
Mr. Field, as Chairman, proposed the health of the
Queen, and next, the President of the United States.
The toasts were enthusiastically honored. Mr.
Field next proposed "Great Britain and the United
States of America, two countries destined to be
united in friendship as closely as tbey are in kin
ship. In connection with this toast be would men
tion one whose name is a household word throuzh-
j out the whole world, the Right Hon. Win. E.Glad
Gladstone in response made a speech of consid
erable length. After remarking upon the eminent
fitness of the day for the expression of the st nti-
ment erabo'liej in the toast, lie expressed his 6rm
belief that tbe toast spoke no more than the truth,
and continued. "1 am alraid that it often happens
that when a special friendship between two coun
tries is boasted of it does not so much mean an ap
preciation of one another as an antipathy toward
souiebodjr else. If thre be. as I think there is, a
special relation of friendship bptween'England.and
America, it is a friendship which implies nothing
imperious and nothing disparaging to any country
in the world.'" (Cheer.)
EC oli clays !
AND SECI RK
TOYS, USEFUL & DIM !
I HAVE RECEIVKD
vai. a rvrtjf of
BV I-ATK ARRI.
t NEV GOODS SUITABLE FOR HULIUAIS.
AMONU WHICH ARK i
iAdoii; thce Will be f(urJ a. any of the
late popular gxBc-s, iodnJti.g, Kai, White aa. R;b,
G.rt 1q S:.-, Jmiee Hack (amnion, N-rll Tno, CLrvk-cre-i
Game of Life, NavritT Ciw-cirrb.rJ, Gaaie ol It.
Boaby,Th Caofpai up M-Jukey, Koatiral Konr-ra.tica
Kanif, Squll'.s, a new ej.Lih Tuule, Game of Goitiss,
lurtoM Ilaottag. Ac The Love Cbaw, he , Ac.
Faults l great variety,
SirprlUag Spectral lllislaiii and UkasLs
Dlssfttfd Plftirts and Map,
Garrison Ctme Chess Board and SIra,
Dominoes aod Domino-Carte Botes,
Tea PIjs Children. Garden Tools,
Scholar's Companions, writing & school materials
I'alnt Baxr. Chalk Crayons, Wax Crayous or
Slaght La n tens A Slide Framed Juvenile Pic
tures, Ty Steamboats, which you can fire up and
prut!. Tbi is tte until tujr yet out. it A $1 i,
Writing I'eks, mahogany, blackwalnut and
Japanese, 5 to f?8.
Tourists l'aes or Writing JlatrrtaN,
Ladies A Out's. fi:e morocco & papier portfolios,
rtlOTOMMl'Il AI,1117MS !
In Urrat Tariff jr.
Leather Trav fling Bags, port-niounaes & purses,
( oirulry Silk Book-marks, glass paper weights,
lultial Paper k I'uvrloprs, of various patterns,
Iudlaa Bead PlurBskloas, Iudiau flower baskets
Coral & Tortoise Shell Necklaces & Chains,
Whitley Jet Brarc lets, Tortoise Shell Pins,
(.old Pencils & Peas, Potlet Knives,
Omanifutal Class Inkstands,
( hlldre n's f obe Blocks, Transparent & Porcelain
Gilt Edge Pocket & Family Bibles,
London Toy Books, over 1000 in great variety,
plain and colored, paper A cloth, from 10c. to f 2 each
ELEGANT GIFT BOOKS!
aa unusually line aoRortnient l-y the steamers,
DIARIES FOR !
Over forty different styles 4- sizes, from 60 cts. to f 3 each,
Call and Examine, if you Don't Purchase.
pia . m. win T EY,
theop. o. mmii
Offers For Sale a Fine Assortment of
ENGLISH, GEI0L1X k FlMfll GOODS
Per IR. C. "Wylie,
GOODS IN ALL STYLES & DESCRIPTIONS
Tho TRADE is respectfully in
vited to Examine.
jjpi E X V I X E HUNGARIAN WINES,
Superior French Claret.
Sparkling Wines in pints and quarts.
Bordeaux and Burgundy Wines
Genuine and Imitation Holland Gin in cases.
ALCOHOL, 08 Per Cent FULL PE00F.
Norwegian Pale Ale in pints and quarts.
GERITIAIV PALE ALE,
Star Brand, in pints and quarts.
Kummel, Swedish Punch,
Ready Prepared Cocktail,
Morachino, Angastora Bitters.
egs of Dutch Herrings,
Kegs of Sauerkohl,
German and Italian Sausages in tins.
Peas and Asparagus in tins.
Kegs of Russian Spiced Anchovies,
Sardelles in glass.
(scnuinc Turkish Tobacco !
CASES of TOYS and DOLLS.
COURIER, CEYI.OIV !
iXD VII PANAMA,
MDI!.SE VARIET1 OF GOODS!
Selected with the Greatest of Care
FOR THIS MARKET.
II Ml NT as Jgent of the Mutual Life Inturance Co.,
of New York fur the Hawaiian Islands. I am prepared to settle
ith all parties having any insurance basinros with the former
agent. (otsj BIM L U. WILUtK.
Hay! Hay ! Hay
cetviog Pressed Bale of
Prime Maniania Hay,
From Late, which thav will sell io quantities to suit.
sepM tf WALKER ft ALLKN.
CUTLERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOW I
Great Asst. of Hollow waro i
Via : Sauce pans, Fry Pans, Tea Kettle, Iron PoU and Furnat Hoilcto,
iialraniaed Iron Tuba from 14 to 30 incite- ;
Galvanized Iron Buckets, 10, 11, 12, 13 inches, .
Guns, Ritieo, Pistols, Caj., Cnrtridgoa, lWdor, Shot and Halls.
Seine and Wrapping Twine, Fish Hooks and Lines !
KEROSENE LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS !
DOWNERS AND DEVOE'S BEST KEROSENE OIL t
DIRECT FROM THEIR FACTORIES, KXPECTED SOON TO ARRIVE.
Dealers desiring to purchase the GF.XV1SE ARTICLE at a Ixw Figure, will forward their
orders immediately. ..
We would also call the attention of Local and Country Dealers to our fresh stock of
HUBBUCK'S BEST PAINTS AIMD OILS!
Just Eeceived, the Largest and Best Assortment in tho Market. .
Brushes of every kind and quality,
Byam's 8 Card Matches, on hand and to Arrive.
PURE MANILA AND NEW ZEALAND CORDAGE J
Bits, Bridles and Spurs, Mule Collars and Karnes,
Ox Chains, Trace Chains, Topsail Chains,
Bar Steel and Iron, Wrot Nails,
Cut and Wrot Spikes.
Now is the Tim to J3U3" good Goods at 30 por cent, below
tlieir Real Value, nt tho
Concrete Block, Nos.' 95 and 97 King Street, Honolulu.
te21 IIl,I.IiOfIAI?I & Co.
HAYSELDEN BROS. TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING
That tliey have received. pex ISTovada !
MEW AND SEA
Ladies' Assorted Summer' Costumes in every faahiotiable style of triiututng.
Fancy Dress CSooda In every texture,
Ladies' Elegant Berlin Opera Cloaks,
Ladies" Corsets in tbe following shapes, Balmoral, Scarboro, Alexandra, Arabian, Summer
Ley ton, Empress, Belgravian and Magdala. Also, Thoio psun's Glove Fitting and
Frencb Stays, Single and Double Coutille, '
Ladies' Hemmed Stitch Cambric Handkerchiefs (rery broad liem),
lADIES FIRST CHOICE JOSEPIIIAE'S 11 J011IVS KID GLOVES
In assorted shades or color.
Gent's Assorted Sizes, Colored. Black and White do
Ladies Lisle Thread Gauntlets, Taffeta do., &c, Soc., &c.
China Grasscloth assorted, China Pongeo Silk, China Crape Dress Goods.
A rich assortment of Plain Elack and Ballion Silk Fringes.
Also, Every Fashionable Color in Silk Fringes.
We make our BLACK FRENCH SILKS a Speciality '
For November and December.
As an inducement for those who wish to make a Handsome Christmas or New Year's
Gift, to purchase at a Reduction of Fifteen Per Cent., from our former prices.
Ladies' Alpine Sunshades, Ladies' Parachutes in (recherche) asriortoient,
. Ladies' assorted small and medium Umbrellas,
Ladies' Parasols in plain colors, Children's Parachutes, silk lined.
0MER00S & HOYLE'S FINEST ENGLISH PRINTS!
in Light, Medium
A few pieces (very pretty) Summer Muslin,
New Invoice of Embroidery Trimming for ladies' Underclothing I
Boy's Fancy and Plain, Straw, Tuscan, Leghorn and Rice Straw Hats,
New Ribbons and Black and Colored Velvets, "
All tbe colors in Genoa and Lyons piece Velvet,
Fancy Silk Braiding and Tassels, Ladies' Elegantly Finished Leather Bags,
OUR MAtf CHESTER DEIMKTMET Is well ASSORTED 2
ONE PIECE PINK DRESS SATIN I
Gent's Drees, Plain, Ruffled, Regatta and Scotch Twill Shirts,
Collars, Ties, Scarfs, Hose, Silk Undershirts, Drawers, Merino Drawer and Undershirt,
Gent's Crimean and Silk Mtixure Shirts in great variety,
Silk End Puggarees, Gent's Custom made Clothing, Perfumery, Hair Brushes, Oil, 3tc., Ae.
E GOODS !
and Dark Ground.
Assorted French Brilliant- and Percale,
Williams' Fire-Proof Building, Fort Street.