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LIME AND CEMENT,
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Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Panloa Salt Works.
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THE CELEBR ATED SUGAR LAND OF :
II AKAL.AC, in the District of II :inj Hawaii. j
Kooa, Hawaii, containing about 7oo mem. 'i
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OFFER FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING GOODS!
I PER HAWAIIAN BARK " L4 BIOI ! "
FRO .VI BREMEN.
JJ R I N TS r A X C V. P I X K , W II I T E G B0UN D
I'.nilianu, White ehining.,
noTTock Loo? Cloth, Brown Cotton,
Biue Cottrn, IK-avy Denims, Ticking.
Fine and Cotnmoa Black Cobonrfr,
Linen Drea Goods. White Linen. Silesia.,
Blanket, Burlap heavy and light.
Fine Elack Doeskin. Fine Pilot Cloth !
Blue Flanne!, White Flannel, Fancy Flannel,
Bantin red, white and Elue, Bed quilt.,
niekory Shirts, White an'l Far.cy Cotton Shirt",
Ijnt-n btrMiro Shirt?, Fjncy Flannel Shirt..
Fine and Cfimrcon Cutoo Undershirt,
Ixnec and Cotton Handkerchief..
Linen and Cotton Towel, Turkish ToweU,
Veil Barege, Fine Woolen Shawls.
Fahioi.able Nock'.i, scarfs. Hat. Para.Jol.
t'rnbrell.is heavy Siik with Whalebone,
Common Pili Umbrella, Cotton Umbrellas,
An Asst. of Fine Clothing !
Aborted Pork and .tockin.
Linen and Cotton Threai. avtorteil.
Assorted Eo!ish tfadJIes, Frmch Chlfikin.,
Perfumery, Lnbin'a Extr.ict-S
Pinand's Poua'ums, Hir Oil. Soap.,
Hair r.rulie. Tooth Bnnhen, Clothes Brushe?,
Tooth Comb., I. R. Dn-a.ing Comb,
a . rn I a L T r J I .
ASSt. OT Heal Amber ranCy bOOUS I j
j Studs. Sleeve Button.. Cro.es, Brooches,
I S"M of OmamcnU, Meerschaum Cigar Holders, with
i Amber Mouth Tieceg, Accordeon,
Heavy filverplated pxons and Fork.,
Mother of Pearl Shirt Button.,
Stationery Fine French Letter Paper,
B:arJc Boo3, Shipiui Receipt Book.,
Blank Notes, Sci.s.or. Pocket-knives,
YELLOW METAL AND NAILS !
Sheet Zinc, Bauca Tin,
Babbitt Mtal, C. C. Tin Piste., Rivets,
Hoop Iron for Barrel and Keps.
Galvanized Iron Pipes, J to 1J inch.
Guarded Lanterns Klbows and Tee,
j t Fteam Pipes, i to 2 incben, Saucepans,
I C. C. Iron. A .sorted Sewing Needles,
J Galvanized Iron Backets, Washing Tube,
: LIQUORS, &c.
?e!terwaer. Rum, Gitv,
Fine Claret in Glass, Cr-jcnac Brandy,
Cxmpagoe, Ale and Porter, Bittern, 4rC., Ac.
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Habbuck's Pale Boiled Linseed Oil. Ac,
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Fire Bricks. Roofinj SIa:e, Wripping Paper,
Empty Barrel.. Oak Boat, for Coaer,
Porcelain Set., Tumblers, Alcohol,
LookiD; Glasses gilt frames,
GERMAN and HAVANA CIGARS !
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Riding Whips aod Cane.,
Wallpaper and Border,
Vienna Chairs and Sofas, Walnut S. leboords.
Wardrobe", Chests of Drawers,
Writing Tables. Ilairc'.oth Sofas,
Centre Tables, Ac, Ac. Ac
Cocoa Door Mais, Gambler and Catch,
Ana many ottier Articles too IJnmeroTi8 to
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SATURDAY, JULY 12.
Is anj one rarprised, saja tbe Eosto.i Dn'Jy 7?.
tt tbe neT cLapt?r jwat add-d to tbe Li-tory of d;
atfrs attendant upoa Arc lis exploration? It is
only about two yars 6inc tbe I'A:r!s sai't-d from
i Urookljn. N. Y.. tinder the rc.-st favorab'e ai:pic-s
: potibl.- for t!.e t-.xplcrin of the polar s-a and the
regions of eternal ict-berjrs. T!ie expedition lct
: it ccmtr.ander, CapL C. I". Hail, about four mostbs
; a.'t.-r Hailing, by the tuddeu visitation f.f iVuvidence.
ia tbe fchape of a brit f and fa'al fttckrie.'s. Having
j lost its inoviDg spirit, tbe expedition s.t-rc. to Lave
I a!.o lost all purpose or intent as to the consumrua
' lion of its original purpose. Tbe persistency and
yzga,clij of Capt. Call cosild a'one Lave conducted
; tbe enterprise t uny gratifying end. Deprived of
'. their leader, they lay locked in tbe ice until tbe
't Summer of 1572. when an abortive attempt seems
j to have ben made to penetrate further North, but
iailed. and flnaily, in August Ia?t. the Polaris was
headed homeward, but still surrounded and hedged
in by ice, and while laboring in a heavy gale she
prun aleak. Anticipating the destruction of the
I ship, a portion of thecrew, while employed in land-
ing and securing upon the ice floe a quantity of
provisions, were separated from tbe ship and those
i who were U-tl on board. The story of these survi
I vors and the b;trdhip. which they endured upon
I tbe ice h thrilling indeed.
Their boat were early destroyed, being crushed
i by the ice. and the provisions were drareed bv the
men across the ice field until at length the Soes
drilled toward the South, and the company of ten
white raen, two Esquimaux, two women and Eve
children drifted with them building snow huts for !
shelter from the cold and eking out tbe scanty sup- j
plies ot lood with tbe flesh of bears and seals. In
the latter part of March, tbe floating berg bad be
come reduced in size to adiameterof twenty yards.
U. lion fhi PiMnnunv nipinuil fi-r.Ti tt -. .. .1
of the ice pack and waited in the hope of rescue. I
On the 30th of April, they bad drifted down the ;
coast of Labrador as far South as the latidude of
i3 derret-s 35 minute. rh,.n r.. .n.
by the crew of the steamship Tigress, after being
one hundred and ninety-six days upon the ice!
Nothing is yet known of the fate of the Polaris and
those who remained on board of her. When last
seen she was still afloat, though in a leaky condi-
tion, but well found in every particular except
boats, and with about hall her original crew on
board. Their story ia yet to be told, and after this
miraculous drift and the final safety of those now
rescued, there is certainly Lope for those left be
hind. If there is a Northwest nnssafft around th n.
tinent. as we have often said in these columns, the
advantage of a full solution of the fact can be of
little practical benefit. Enough lives, it would
seem, have been sacrificed in an attempt to solve
t . i , . ....
the problem ; now let nature keep tbe secret which
she is so reluctant to reveal. Success would only
solve the simple problem of Geographical science.;
but could be of no possible benefit to the world at j
large. These Arctic fevers seem to recur periodi- j
cally, and by aud by we shall doubtless listen to
another enthusiast, and another dreamer will tempt
the perils ol the Arctic legions.
OrnstLVES and our Islands have been written
about from almost every poiut ol view, political, j
i social and religious. and now we have some ob- j
' servatioua from a denial standpoint. In the Dental j
: Times for April, a quarterly of Dental Science pub- j
lished in Philadelphia, we find a letter fiom Dr. J.
M. Whitney, the well-known dentist of this city.
now on a Visit to the United States, from which we
copy the following interesting paragraphs :
"These fair islands, lilted tip in this wide ocean,
inhabited by a peculiar and inteiesting pcopl
jiresent to the enthusiastic student many deeply tressed family, or rather the descendants, of the
curious and instructive subjects of thought. But ; unhappy m:tn. We are glad to indorse the propo
to none does the door open more widely than to j sition. and regret exceedingly a paper, drawn by
Lim who attempts to solve the difficult problem i our creditors, jn which we are prohibited iudulg
Wby do teeth decay, and how shall the evil be I ing in any manner of benevolence.
stayed I i
.Mr. Larwm. wnen De was ioia Dy our nntura-
' presented features diSicult to explain upon his
J theory of yatural Selection. So I have often j
f thought, could some of our tooth philosophers
I have their theories tested by what may be seen j
here, they would be in a worse dilemma than the
famous philosopher of Natural Selection notoriety.
"Among tie aneient customs ot this people,
which are peculiar, was their mode of interring the
dead, depositing them in the numerous caverns or
by the seashore, where the sands are constantly
shitting, or preserving them as mummies, thus
bringing tbe remains within easy reach of the ob
server. Thus we have no difficulty in reading the
whole dental history of this people, whose aucestry
runs back to an age ot wtiicn there is no tradition.
; This is the more instructive, because we know all
j their articles of diet, their manner of preparing
I them lor eating, aud the periods in their history
when each addition of fruit or vegetable was made
J to their limited variety. Before these islands were
; known to civilization as now, their chief article of
i , . . . . . . . , , - i
. iooa was luro. a iooi oi me Arum lamur. wnicu i
: was baked and either eaten thus or pounded aud
j mixed with water into a thick paste, which, when
it has slightly fermented, is called poi. This, with
Csb, some varieties of sea moss, and a few berries
and sweet fruits, were ail they bad. With civiliza-
! tion came oranges, limes, tamarinds, guavas. and
j other acid fruits and berries, with meats of various
I kinds, vegetables, &c, to. increase their small var
! iety, all of which are quite commonly used at the
j present day.
"But civilization, with its many blessings, brought
also to those simple heathen practices and diseases
: which still exert their baleful influence upon the
! nation. What dental changes, then, may we ex-
pect to find, as we note the transition ot this peo
; pie from the most primitive manner of living to the
"In the most ancient burying places, especially !
pv ine seasnore, wnere tne smiting sanas nave left
hundreds of bleached skeletons exposed, perfect'
sets oi teem, uoiu oi auuits aim oi cnuaren, are :
i not rare. Where caries does exist, it attacked the '
j gingival border tbe most frequently, next the grind- !
i ing surface, leaving the approximate surfaces quite
i free. But since the introduction of acid fruits and ;
the breaking down of the national health, a grad-!
ual change for tbe worse may be noticed, so that !
the young of to-day suffer more from toothache j
than the adult of former times could have done. '
And while I think that oranges, limes and taraa
:- i .l: a. .i. . .
nous usteuaa homeiuiug io uo m ims worn, yet i
their nart is small compared to the eeneral under-!
mining of the system by that insidious enemy !
"I am confident that any one who has studied
such developments as these, will readily infer that
I we have no reason to hope that the simplest dietetic
i regimen. followed through generations, will place
I a people beyond constant need of dental care ; yet
it will, by restoring a more natural and perfect
nutiuion. in a great measure save tne young from
the early decay and frequent loss of their perraa- j
nent teeth, and bring the adult less frequently to '
dreaded dental operations. j
We also infer that while the use of acid fruits,
beyond any doubt, exert a damaging effect upon
the teeth of those accustomed to them, their influ-'
ence is s;;gni compared wun tae evil results ot a
life not controlled by habits of virtue. You all
auMri.iaic iuai n ucu. ujr iit luriiUM. periut nutri
tion is impaired, in addition to tbe deranged stom
ach, inflamed throat and gums, and foul breath, the
dental organism will be among the first to suffer.
One glance at tbe face of tbe yonne is sufficient to
tell ws what we may expect to find in tbe teeth, and
if that shows a syphilitic inheritance, we know that
there must be dental decay and its attendant ills."
The famous steamship Vanderbilt. which was
presented by Commodore Vanderbilt to the Gov
ernment durintr the civil war. has lately been sold
to George Howes A Co., and has been converted
into a sailing ship, at San Francisco, aod rfcbris
tened the Three Brothers. The price paid for tbe
steamer by the Messrs. Howes was S42.000 cur
rency. $20,000 of which tbey got back by selling
tbe machinery. It is estimated that alter beintr
J sparred, rigged, equipped, provisioned and manned.
witb sailors' advance paid, and lyin? at the wharf
ready to take cargo, she will cost her owners
$80,000 gold coin. As ber measurement, old stylo,
is 3615 tons, and her carrying capacity 4400 U'ins
of wheat, she is tbe largest sailing ship cftoat.
except the Adriatic, formerly of the old C'olli.Vs
line which is now a sailing vwl nrMer the
HXUU 1 - .1i
! list. Rev. Mr. Gnlick. ol these valleys lvin-side bv ! CTS tbaP. millions ot dollar thus mortgaging
i side at similar altitudes with identical vegetation, reuu ,. no"-miuen lo. ao'.'t
, biids. Jcc, and yet each producing ent rely differ- V.w" ,7 ,7 , V . u J" .
... , . .f . . . J. . . York. Hartford and IjtMtnn han- fnrnicir) ttiij
Washington. June 9. A recUl "ays thro i a
j growing feeling aniong officials for tbe annexation
ot Guatemala to the United Stite. and that the
citizens of tbe former coantrr accompanied by it
accredited Minister, assured President Grunt ot tbe
desire cf tbe people fur annexation, and their
anxletv to know when such re.-ull could be reached.
Paris. June 9. Tbe payment of first installment
of retnir;irg milliard francs of indemnity due to
Germany on the itli iasL, via completed on Satur
At the municipal election at Lvons yesterday,
held ur.der act recently passed by the Assembly, iS
out of 3C radicals were chosen.
London-. June 9. A despatch from Dublin says
a pre: tire is raging in a lumber yard in t'na: city.
A crowd, whose ot-jecti to plunder, are interfer
ing with the treiDell and stoned item. A detach
ment of police is ordered to preserve order. Tbe
latter cnarjed hmi riding many. The Mayor of tbe
city was Lit br o:i.- of tbe stones. Intense excite
ment prevails in the vicinity and the scene during
tbe charge cf the troops was fearful. Property to
the value ot 10J.U00 Las already been destroyed.
MaDKio. June 9. After considerable agita'ion
and confusion the members of the Cabinet to day
determined ia the Cortes to retain the members of ;
President Figueras' Ministry, and they were rein
stated. Th- retention of the old Ministry is a con
sequence of the withdrawal of Senor Margal. of tbe
new Ministerial list, which he had presented to tbe
Cortes. Tbe citizens are orderly, and from ail '
appearances, agree ia the policy of President
Tbe proclamation of the Federal Republic, tbe '
change in the .Ministry, tbe resignation ot General ;
Velarde, and tbe revolts of half u dozen garrisons,
almost simultaneously in Spain, do not seem to
promise well for the Summer's work in Spain. :
The Carlists are not obtaining any extensive sue- i
cess, but they are giving a terrible deal of trouble
to the Government, and they threaten the natinu
with bankruptcy and national ruin, which would,
no doubt, be more acceptable to them than peace
and prosperity under a constitutional government.
London'. June 9 10 p. m. The total loss by the i
burning ot the Alexandria palace, is estimated at
S30OO.O00. on which the insurance amounted to
j SGOll 001). The tire was caused by the carelessne-a j
i of the workmen who were repairing the iinc roof. ;
No one was killed as at farst reported, bu; several j
: persona were injured
! T.ie Supply of Water
was scarce, hence the j
rapidity with which the fire spread. Within half j
an hour from the lime the alarm was given the :
structure was enveloped in flames, and one by one
' t!je great domes by wbkh it was surmounted fell
i w"b a sound like thunder. Ihe large organ was
destroyed, but some valuable pictures and other
woi ks of art were saved.
St. Petersburg. June 18. Despatches from
Kungrad slate that the Orenburg force and the
column which started from the eastern shore of the
; Caspian bea efjecied a junction on the ioib of .May.
u i AVtiijiiu. ntiu ins ikiui au .unjrrij c iuivio.
Next dav the combined Russian force attacked and
carried the place by storm. .Many of the enemy
fled southward, closely pursued until they reached
the Fort of Mauiril. where, receiving reintorceineuts
Having come up in sufficient force by tne 1st of
June, another battle took place. This time it was
of m'yv, date character. The Khivans were
; aaain defeated, and the remains of their army fell
j back toward the capital. At last accounts the
j Russians were pushing on in the same direction,
Intelligence is received that General Kauffman,
commanding the second column, had crossed the
I Amoor rjve: at a poiut onlj twenty.UVe miles dis-
j tant from Khiva.
Brooklyn', June 21 The equipment of the j
United istutes shin Juniata, which is to be sent out :
n search of the Polaris, was completed to-day. and j
"e "now ready lor sea. ane is commanded Dy
vvuini j laiiif . nuvau I. i v n ia uii u auu vi"
fleers. She will probably sail Monday.
Rome. June 21. Several cases of cholera are re
ported in the Province of Treviso. The authori
ties are taking precautions to prevent the spread
of the disease.
; The total loss by the Boston Gre is fixed by the
National Board ot Underwriters at S70.000.0UO. of
; which about sixty-live und three-quarters per cent,
j will be paid by insurance.
! The late Mr. Cain, it has been conclusively
i established by an article in Scribner. was insane
I when he killed his brother. As a natural conse
j quence, a proposition has been made to start what
i is called a "'Cain fund." for tbe relief of the dis-
Since her great fire. Chicago has borrowed no
money, mainly, nnu one ol tue moneved institu
tions of Hartford h;u nearly ten millions of Chicago :
mortgages drawing an average of uine per cent. j
The extent of tbe sugar and coffee lands in j
Mexico exceed all others united in the northern I
hemisphere. Tbe saccharine matter of the cane is i
several per cent greater than any produced in
other countries, and nothing but skill and ma- j
chinery are necessary to make Mexican sugars '
highest in tbe market. It has already been shown j
that Mexican coffee is quoted equal to Java and :
above all West India and American coffees in the i
New York markets, yet its culture does not receive !
the attention which it deserves and which would ,
raise it to a still higher grade. Epicures of New
Orleans have pronounced in favor of tbe Orizaba."
while those in San Francisco declare for the j
"Colima;'' and there are a hundred coffee districts ,
in Mexico equal to either of those famous localities. 1
Tue Hampton Singers. Nearly every seat in !
Liberty Uatl was filled Friday night, and the lare j
audience, gathered to hear the concert given by Rbls. Iair Sail, Yeast PoWllcr
the Hampton colored students, was very enthusi
astic throughout the whole entertainment. The
success of these concerts everywhere is not due to j
any rare solo voices, nor yet altogether to tb !
harmonious sinffinsj of the whole chorus, tboueh
some church choirs of much greater pretensions !
sine less sweetly; but. in these crude melodies, the j
charm is in their association with the past, and the ;
pleasing pictures they suggest of the good time I
coming, and already come for these liberated '
slaves. Plantation life comes up vividly before !
one. as these negroes sing again, as they used to in
bondage. " Then I'll shout Glory,v -T is Jordan's ;
River I'm Bound to Cross. " "Swing Low. Sweet j
Chariot v giving fervent expressions in such wild !
melodies to their hope for rest in death, ihe only hope j
he? once or seeking consolation in the plain
ive tunes, " I hope my Mother will be there,' Peter,
Go ring dem Bells."' suggested by the tcriderest ,
sentiments common to humanity everywhere. !
Tbe Hampton students excite our sympathies '
both for what they have suffered, and in the good j
work to which they are devoted. They have i
gained liberty but not ail the blessings of freedom. '
During the concert the Rev. Mr. Julian introduced !
Gen. Armstrong, the principal of the Normal Insti- j
tute at Hampton, who eloquently explained tbe j
object for, which the school was established, and
the purposes it has in view, to educate colored
learners mr me orent worn mar is ncrannnra nr
7 Y . " , ';
tnem at the South. Gen. Armstrong also gave ,
notice that in consequence of the success of thp
evening another concert would be given in tbe :
course of two weeks. They will certainly fill I
Liberty Hall again, and it is to be hoped the Gen- t
eral will receive other substantial recognitions of I
his praiseworthy enterprise. X Ji. Mercury, j
VISIT DIM'S M GAILEKV ! ;
6 1 Fort Street, for j
and Curiosities !
NOTICE TO BUTCHERS!
During t.e months of May. June, July and August, 1373,
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XT Ordera to be left at my Office.
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ray 10 ioi
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PHOTOGRAPHS, PORTRAITS. VIEWS
AND COPYINC1 PONS IN THE Blu?T STYLE.
At the Cosmopolitan Photograph Gallery !
64 and 66 Ftr ?t. (jail If)
wool, hides & tallow j
PURCHASED AT THE j
HIGHEST MARKET RATES;
jai h. HACKFELD fit Co. '.
for sale by the UNDERSIGNED j
CPERIOR COCOA M T OIL, BY THE
BARKtL on Gallon.
Beet Polar Oil, by Barrel or Gallon,
BEST HAWAIIAN BEEF
FIREWOOD, SALT, SUGAR!
RICE FROM WAIAHOLE PLANTATION,
Xonrlioi- of sill lwincl.
Wool, Hides and Goat Skins.
QOO FAT SHEEP!
JAPANLSE BCILDINO AND CURB ST0NE3.
Sails and Spars,
OLD COPrF.R AND COMPOSITION BOLTS,
METAL SHEETING, SPIKES AND NAILS,
Two Good Chronometers,
I PAIR BEST PATENT PUMPS AND GEAR
(Composition) suitable for a Ship of 1200 ton.
The Undermentioned Vessels
WILL UCN REGULARLY TO THE SEVERAL
j Oahu, Maui, Molokai and Kauai
'Live Yankee. Kauiki, Kalanihale.
J. i. DOWSETT,
Office, We.t Corn.-r of Queen and Fort Sta
OFFER FOR SALE
CO RING A from BOSTON.
Coal, Anthracite and Cumberland ;
Copper IaiBit, Oakum,
AT ellow 3elu!, Sheathing & Nails,
Quarter Barrels Pork,
K row ii Soap, Tobacco,
KJicie Poison, Rosin,
iliiueral Paint, Coach Varnish,
Brooms, Cut Aails,
Hunt's Axes and ISatchets,
Jicfc and Axe Handles,
Bahbett .lletal, Canal Carrotvs
Lumber, Oak Plank & White
ZYests Trunks, Bbls. Fire Clay,
Kegs and Bbls. $hooks.
New Cigar and Tobacco Store.
mIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO NOTIFY
1 the Puhlic ceneral!y that he has opened in the above
business at the Store at
44 FORT STREET,
Where he win keep constantly on band the best brands of
CIGARS AN' TOBACCO,
31 EE . SCH A CM AND OTHER PIPES,
A large assortment of the latest styles.
Soda Water and Ginger Fop.
He wiU also be found ready to give his prompt attention to
orders In his line a Marhlni't and P.nglnerT.
jvi , 1 HOMAS LACK.
33 1 2a Ea I BJ G K
At th. Concrete Fire-P"of Block,
ITiIFORTEBS III IBIIHB I1SI Mill MERCIIISH
HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Seine Twines, Fishing Tackle,
PAINTS, PAINT OILS, VARNISHES,- KEROSENE OIL,
Bjam's 8 Card Matches,
Window and Picture- Glass,
Lamps, Lanterns and Chandoliors.
-T WOI'I O SCCGEST TO OCR
W ALLY thr". preieot ,..'
Hike j.. . .
ia tli P.iul Liue, in regard t qu-'1'
It ha been r nri!y uwr. - yiwt 10 mo anTtMni aU-at Mint, trial llaK-
buck A ou'. U.d anJ ZW are the B S ji nt. ee, breM tut., th.. Market, In fact. ,a u, ,
th,y areth. B1C ktw... 'l'rJiWn V "' lWni r fr,,l, l ' trL ... if "ry
conc-rn. here .oil tlie.l-.eir, that ' m.r rere,,,a an Idto of While Lead and Zinc, ahtrh it ,a d to h
uprru.r t . Itubl.uck Son', celehralrd P1U' W ' J fr fr ,a..t,e. of H hit. Lraa. and
three qualice. of While Zm.-, Iucludu.: ' rani.. And tLluli caa .att aor m4 tVrTM
PAISTS GHOUiXD IX OIL, !
White Lead, four qualities. Cheap. Good. Better. Best. Whit Zino. three do.. Good, Better, Beit.
Ilubbuck & Son's Best BUck ramj. n 10, and '25 lb. kept,
Hubbuck & Sou's Chrome Green, dark and light, in 1, 2. 5. 10, nd 25 lb. Container.
Ilubbuck & Son's and R C. W Tans Green, in 1, 2. and 4 lb tin..
Ilubbuck & Son's Brillinnt Green I amf, in 1. 2, 5. and 10 Ih. tins,
Ilubbuck & Son's and R C. W. Prussian Blue in 4 and 1 lb. tin. Park Ltwn Grwn, io 1, 2 lb tica.
Chrome Yellow, in 1. aud 2 lb. tins. Celest.al Blue, in 1 lb. tins,
Raw and Burnt Umber, in 1 and 2 lb. tins, Raw and Burnt Sienna, in 1 lb. tinn. Vermilion, ia I lb. tint.
Van Dfke Browu, in 1 lb. tins. Drop Black, in 1 lb. tiu. Coach Black, in 1 lb. tina,
Patent'Dryer, in 1, 2. 5, and 10 lb. tins,
METALLIC PAINT in 15 lb. kegs, Red Paint in 25 lb. kegs,
Ultra Marine Blue. Light Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Italian Red. Pruasian Blue,
Italian Vnn Dyke Brown, ItalUn Rw Sienna, Spanish Brown, Veiniilion, Orange Chrome,
Celestial Blue. Yellow Ochre, Red Ochre, Fire Proof Paint, Metallic Paint. Verdigt ia.
Red Lead, in 2o lb. kegs, Litharage, Drop Black, lunp and puheiiied, Lamp BUck.
Whiting. Tlumbago. F.otten Stone, lump and pulverixed. Pumice Stone, lump and pulterhted.
Soap Stone, Bath Brick, Chalk, Dark and Light Glue.
DEVOE S FUKXITURE VARMSII, Xo. 1,
Knotting Composition, Black, Browu and Green
s Dmx Varnish, No. 1, Devoe's Copl V arnish. No 1. Devoea Coach Varnl-h, No. 1,
Body Coach Varnish. No. 1. Fischer'a Coach Varnish. No. 1, Bright Deck Varniah,
& Ilonre'a best White Hard Spirit Varnish, Noble & Hoate'g LUetic Carriage Vamiab,
& Hoare'a Best Brown Hard Spirit Vnruish, Nolle & Hoaie'a French Pohah.
Spirits Turpentine, in 1. i', ana o gauon cans,
Ilubbuck & Son's Best Pale Boiled Linseed Oil, in 1, 2, 8, and 4 gallon druma,
Hubbuck and Sou's Best Rw Linseed Oil, Frank Miller'a Harne Oil,
Leather Pr servative and Elastic Oil Polish, Brown' Leather Droning Neata Foot Oil,
Array and Navy Boot and Shoe Blacking, Dny & Martin'a Liquid Shoe Blacking,
Axle Grease, of three different manufacturers.
Carbolic Soap, and disinfectant for washing horses, sheep, dogs, cats, &c.
Scented, Bath, Toilet, aud Medical Soaps.
DOWNER'S & DEVOE'S BEST KEROSENE OILS !
YAM'S CELEBRATED 8 CARD MATCHES.
lTJiT"Ttr. fII?CJ r,in,i pMh tKl1". P"1. Yrnlh, Painter.' Duatert, Whitewash, M.rklnt, Stencil, 01m.
US M.. U 3 KM. Mid 15 fhoe, Hor.e, Dust, Nail, Tooth, Ceiilnfuiral.
Of the above Bru.hea we keep a larg e a.tortment, which we effer at retail, from 10 cent, each to 3.b0 areordlog lo
aiie, kind and quality.
Dealer and Com umera de.iriog to purchase any goods la oar line will find it to tbelr adf ant.g to f If at a
call before going el.ewhere. '
We continue to tell Good., notwithstanding " the time are hard." Our Superior 8 took reoonmend Itself. A ad
our prictt as usual are VERY IOV. Jul 4 qr
A1VI IiWOVE IX SPECTIOIV.
Silk Laces, Shawls, Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Underclothing, Corsets, Pique, Brilliants, Prints,
Horrockses Cloths, Sheetings, Pillow Linen,
Towelling, Diapers, Irish Linen,
Hollands from the Celebrated House of Henry & Co,,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Tarlatans, Swiss Books,
Lace Checks and Stripes, Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks,
Mulls, Grenadines, Nothingham and Swiss Lace,
Curtains, Quilts and Counterpanes in
Terry, Victoria, Alhambra, Marcclla and
AND GENERAL FANCY GOODS,
Ladies' French Salin, Bronze and French Kid Slippers,
Ladies' French Cloth Gaiters, high concave heel ;
Boy's, Youth and Men's Assorted Straw and Felt Hats,
Australian Tweedj, both Geelong and Paramatta ;
1 Case Assorted Styles White Shirts, open back ;
30 dozen Gent's (Australian) All Wool Crimean Shirts,
3 Cases Light Grcund Fancy Prints,
1 Case Light Ground French Brilliants,
1 Case 10 pieces 9-8 Embossed French Figured Pique,.
2 PIECES ONLY, VERY RICH AND ELEGANT
HEAVY BLACK FRENCH GROSS GRAIN SILK !
not to era
Sot 85 and 97 King Street. Hosolala.
CISTOMERS AND THE Prill IP r- r v a- o
re,.r ar.4 ariVb,M,n., Ph .Tm J
Japan, Brown Japan Dryer,
FURNISHING GOODS I
change color in the wgr.