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A.V. PEIRGE &G0.
Oflcr for Sale
SHIP CIIAXDLHK Y
1ST 12 "W"
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
Flour dfc? Broad,
LIME AND CEMENT,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
POTATOES, ONIONS, &C,
Brand's Bomb Lances.
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Pauloa Salt Works.
K &. ATJLD,
IMUFIf COMMEIiCI A ADVEIITISEI
BOOK AND JOB
No. 16 Merchant Street,
Ar Arknmcleilj?l t ro.11e.it the E'.sl Assort
ment cf Buolc awl
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
""""I 'T Other Orfu-e in the Suuhcich ii.
JyVell Adapted to the .Superior Printing
I ROSTERS OF ANY SIZE!
-ltAli.Olt FANCY COLOKS.
A L a u
Ta LiaU, Leaiei.
Shop llilli, Circulars,
' NEWSPAPERS, IIILL-IIKADS,
Concert Bill, t!mk Not.;.
RcJ Notices, Bill LaJiOf ,
School BcporU, irios Current
Concert Ticket, l"tatiTal Ticket.
Staaibot TkkCt Etcuraioo Tickets,
I IfepoaU Ckack,
Certificate bt Deposit,
bill fcf Ecban'
-wttcv, Tai of every ttjl.
A pothecaneV OrJer of Exercise
y Rewards of Merit.
Q Pry Goods Tag.
Hills oi Tare, Sho.v CarI !
Wood CmU. Stock LiiU,
Magazines, Way BilU,
Ministerial Reports, Pamphlets, Books!
lu Bill. Lecture, Bonds, Briefs.
AHYKIMD OF WORK IN THEIR LINE,
not snciriEi ABOVE,
W b0 satisfactorily Executed.
With ample Materials of Newest Styles,
f AST PRESSES. AND GOOD WORKMEN,
i! ' ' i
" re ue adjoin ulin girinj satisjactiouto our ratrons.
fCo- " -Either to-
Jcoji Ut'ALlTl' OF WORK,
the B RAPIDITY" OF EXKCl'TIO.V, mr
Sptia. CHEAP X ESS OF PHIC E
nut NO. 16 MERCHANT STREET.
ertorti a j. a
1 r PIE FRUITS and PICKLES
Fresh French Olive Oil !
. AND AN
ietliu EXTENSIVE ASST. OF OTHER
roa SALE BT
ah3 tf III. IIACKFELD V C O.
CASTLE & COOKE
D. C. Murray and J. W. Seaver
flK WKST OK K(;l.AM) li LACK and
' I.I.VK i li.-,
r.r.- IUck V '.:.-. s. ir--y flmkskin,
A!I V - I Tr- ; i'X. tl.- f .r win-r.
Fine Vhite Marseilles,
t'n-y I '.- ri.. u. : ..' f -r ljt,Urt t.r CLI Ir'fi' Dreifen, nl
r.i M r.i:r e:.
plain ar. I .-!r ( 1 f'.r- n I..r.-n I'r.Kir.f, the thing fur
I'.- ' ar. 1 M-t,' -,r;: ? r; ,;fi.-.
-:it' I-T;r,-. Ail v m4 ao-l C"t:o I"nii"rhirt.
!.,'!.-. auU .t' Lii.n CafT,, tj'-fit' Coilam,
A f ! z-n cf V.:.- I;:, k . k N-ck T,6 n.t 3-.
A "t-i.- r r ri.,rtri.'T.t of ii-'fi'.' an 1 Lalir' I!-achetl
1 I i.;!rtfl Cotton War,
SI I'KKIOR .. I.I.VKV
TABLE DAMASK !
i-1 aii 1 " t :i s i N- fr. iu $1 00 to $7 00 it duzo.
I -.tv n, I-.'i-n, li k i' u fcn t Damttk Tovel,
Linen and Collon Sheeting I
") ai. 1 li inrl.rt.
.inn m l ?t n f r P.:i .w
l'J-, II , af..I li Tl f.i'.e l .rv ilU-i yuilt,
AVIiilo JIeiin Itl:iiiRel.s
t. i ;-i. r. , i runket.
J iv:i t ir.vj, f.r.- a-- .rtni' r.t i.f lrl Ilutton.
A V .ssoKT.MEXT F
SHELF HARDWARE !
Ic.r, !.-. Pa I. C'iipU.arl mi l Till Lck
iuperi'.r l'..i-rk, wr'.uj;lit iron, ith Spring an. I Pte-I
."I.ririf I (. -t I-l. 2 K-- -a."ti an.! no ilaplicates.
fl-tr X J.rii .," tin- ;m, i to Inch, c c an.l rip.
lHr J vii n'i I"il-. a. I ami kin N 3 to H Inch.
II irn . V.r. I :!!! K..r I'm kl- , PItti. an.l JapM.
r It i tlnr.- .l anl j i nntril, "2 I J, 3 anil 3 1-2 in.
lll II k. . l'i to 'J tt..i Ti-T.
I rii.n an I i l i.r:h, r-l.o 1 f.rt.l. IIiii!l't Axr4,
t.' pi -r T. '. I-J t- I I-'J i::rh, l.lirtitiiiiijf Wool iwi,
l'm-.ii' T .-.Hi I I'.iiJ-r, i-crub UrusNr. Iroo Tack.
ALSO, ON HAND :
Am ri'-:iii an.l Kr.w-i;.-!i White I:ul an. I Zinc Paints,
AniiTi.-an an-l Ki.-i;li IVilo loti..! I.irt.cil Oil, Turfientine,
I.iiiii t'.iti-k, Veij.ne ih-hre, t r-nrli V.llow, Vrnitian Kl,
Kaw an I U.irnt I ml.t-r, K1 I Dry Vennilliun, tic.
Good Assortment of Paints in Oil,
liKM IVK DO'.VXKIL'd AND DEVOE'S
TlH l o 11 O i 1 !
Cr.j.al. D.im.ir, Cirri ie an. I Uril.t Varnih. I
lliwaii in, Calif .ri.ia, t h-mi.-il. New Y'.rfc, Erasire, I!..ston,
Olive. I'urr Castile an.l Fancy
S O I S !
Paris, Eagle, 20 and 2 Steel XI and XO
Shovels, i !, O'.'.s, Sv ytht-i, Uakci, Hot', 4c, &.C., 4c, Ac.
All. OUIlKi: in.I.F.I AT I.OWKST 3IARKKT
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and merchant Sts.
HAVE ON If AM AM FOR SALE.
Board3, Planks and Battens.
Nor' West Tongucd and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
DOORS, WWm A.D BLUMS!
Nails. Locks, Butts and Screws.
OIL. WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green, .
Paris Green. Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Elack Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red. Yellow Ohre, &c, &c.
FOR PLANTATION' CSE.
VHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOii WHEELWKlUl.r AND PLANTATION USE
WHITE EASTERN PINE
HOARDS A NO PUNKS.
All OTIIEIl Bl'lllllJG MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONST A NT I.V ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
fr.'tn th w'i-krv n n
VAI.Mi:. T ANNERV . NOT LEY.
By (aj lly) A. 5. CLKGIIORX & CO., Agent.
IIIDIIS, SKI AS. TAIJiinV.
THE I NOEIISIGNEU CON'TINTE
J Yt l'1' ,n" ,''-', ,'-t mark-t price for Dry
-1 ' II. If, U'.at tkim an I Uoat Tallow.
C. BREWER It CO.
SATURDAY, J I WE 0.
Honolulu Sixty-Five Years Ago.
Tamaahmaah was mos-t attentiTc in -rfjrmir.
t!je dutica of rtligion, and constantlj attendcJ
the morai on tie taboo days, which took lace
about four timea each month. The ctrcinonies
lasted one day and two r-ighte ; during which
time no jerson was f'Tmitted to the hounds
of the Bjorai.
When the king was absent on the- occasions,
I did not exj,erince the game nttentiou a at
other times ; the attendants became very remits in
jTOTiding my dinner, and I was eoiii'jtiiues obliged
to go without it altogether.
1 accompanied the kin"; once to the morai ; but
not relishing the confinement, and beio unwill
ing to make complaint?, I removed, about the
beginning of May, to the house of Isaac lavis, a
Welshman, who bad been atxmt twenty years
ufon the inland, and remained with him till the
king gave me a grant of land about oil months
Mr. Davi9 arrived at the Sandwich It-lands as
mate of a frnall American eehooner. The capt
ain, a very young man, having incautiously per
mitted the native to go on board, without any
restrictions, a chief of the name of Tumahmotoo,
obf-erving this, planned her capture. For which
purjHjfce a number of natives, under various pre
tences, crowded into the vesel, and ujn a signal
heing -given, threw the whole crew, hvc in num
ber, into the sea. Davis being an excellent
swimmer, laid hold of one of the canoes, from
which, however, he was beat offhy addles, lie
ewaui to another, where the natives also attempted
to beat him oil, but being a stout athletic man,
be was able to keep bis bold. Having no arms,
they attempted to put him to death, by holding
hiru under the water, and beating him with their
paddles; and abK endeavored to strangle him, by
placing his neck across one of the beams of tho
canoe, and trampling upon him. But by this
time the rest of the crew having been destroyed,
and the schooner taken Ksseseion of, they re
lented, and ceased to torment him any further.
He was carried ashore blind, and alruoot lifeless,
and it was eighteen months before be recovered
bis sight. He told me, that, before this time, lie
had never believed in the existence of a God, and
had led a very sinful life ; that ujion the near
prospect of death, the idea of his offences filled
him with terror; and that bo tiied to repeat the
Lord's prayer, and felc himself strengthened after
Tamaahmaah, who was at a distant jart of the
island, was extremely indignant at Tumahmotoo
when be heard of this outrage. Ho took the
vessel from him for the purpose of restoring her
to her owners, and 6howcd the utmost kindness
to Davis. Nearly at the same time, another
Knglishman of the name of Young, was detained
ujton the island.
These two constantly attached themselves to
Tamaahmaah ; and, from their knowledge of fire
arms, proved of essential service in the expedi
tions in which be conquered Mowce, Morotoi,
They were rewarded by being raised to the
rank of chiefs, and received extensive grants of
When Tamaahmaah removed to Wahoo, Davis
accompanied him, and he left Young as Governor
ofOwiiyhee. These two be always treated with
greater confidence than any of the native chiefs.
Davis had extensive grants of land on several of
the inlands. Upon Wahoo alone he bad estates
on which were four or five hundred people who
cultivated the land, and paid him a rent in kind.
These were exempted from tho taxes paid by the
other chiefs for their lands ; but Davis frequently
made the king presents of feather cloaks, and
other valuable articles.
lie was married to a nativo woman, by whom
he had no children. liy a former wife he had
three, two of whom were left under the charge of
Mr. Young of Owhyhee. His house was dis
tinguished from those of the natives, only by the
addition of a shed in front to keep off the sun ;
within, it was spread with mats, but had no
furniture, except two benches to sit upon. He
lived very much like the natives, and had acquired
such a taste for poo, that ha preferred it to any
c,r.,l Ve had. however, at all times
abundance ol pork, goat s nesu, nim luuttvu, .,v
frequently beef sent by Young from Owhyhee ;
and in the mornings and evenings we had tea.
His wealth consisting of mats, feathers, and
cloth, the produce of the islands, and a large
assortment of European articles, which be bad
acquired by trading w ith the ships that touched
here ; these were contained in a large storehouse,
built of stone, adjoining bis dwelling.
My first employment was to overhaul the sails
of the king's vessels, and to repair puch as were
out of order. After working two or three months
at this, he desired me to make some canvas.
Having informed him that a loom was necessary
ho ordered IJoyd, bis principal carpenter, to
make one. This, however, JJoyJ declined, from
an illiberal notion held by many of the white
people, thut the natives thould be taught noth
ing that would render them independent of
strangers. He told the king he did not know
how to make looms ; upon which I undertook to
make one myself; although, by so doing, I in
curred the diepleasure of many of my country
men. Davis had a native servant called Jack,
who worked as a tailor, and was a very handy
fellow. This man showed much anxiety to ob
serve how I proceeded ; but his master told me
by no means to allow him, ns lie was so quick he
would soon learn to piaka a loom himself. When
I said I had no wish to make it a secret, lie re
plied, that if the natives could weave cloth and
supply tlcmsclvcs, ships would have no encour
agement to call at the islands. Another instance
of this narrow way of thinking occurred, when a
brother of the queen's whose name I do not re
member, but who was usually called by tho white
people, John Adams, wished me to teach him to
read, Ifcivis would not permit me, observing,
they will soon know more than ourselves."
The making of the loom, from want of assist
ance, and want of practice, proved a very tedious
job. I succeeded tolerably well at last ; and hav
ing procured a eupply of thread, spun by the
women from the fibres of the plant of which
their fishing lines aro -made, I began my opera
tions. After working a small piece, I took it to
the king as a specimen. lie approved of it in
every respect except breadth, which was only
about half a yard, saying, he wished it mad'e
w ide enough for an awning to a ship. This was
beyond my power ; but I told him I could make
it a yard wide, and then sew it up into any sisa.
He accordingly ordered me to make a loom of
the necessary dimensions. Tho small piece I
wove be kept, and showed it to every captain
that arrived as a specimen of the manufacture of
the country. I had nearly finished the other
loom, when the ship arrived in which I quitted
During the time I residtxi with Davis, Terre
mytee, the king's brother died. His body lay in
state for a few days, in the morai ; and was after
wards buried according to custom, iu a secret
The public mourning that took place on this
occasion, was of so extraordinary a nature, that,
bad 1 not been an eye witness, I could not have
given credit to it.
The natives cut off their hair, and went about
completely naked. Many of them, particularly
the women, disfigured themselves by knocking
out their front teeth and branding their faces
with red hot etones, and the email end of cala
bashes, which they held burning to their bices
till a circular mark was produced ; whilst, at tho
same time, a general, I believe I may say an uni
versal, public prostitution of the women took
place ; the queens and the widow of the deceased
When the captain of a ship that lay in the
harbor remonstrated with the king upon these
disgraceful scenes, be answered that such was the
law, and be could not prevent them.
About this time an immense water-spout broke
in the harbor. It was first observed in the south,
about noon. The day was fine, with a clear
atmosphere, and nearly calm. When I 6aw it
firet, it appeared about the thickness of a ship's
mast, reaching from the sea to a heavy dark
cloud that hung immediately over it. It ap
proached slowly, the cloud gradually increasing
in size. When it came near, we could observe
the water ascending in a sriral direction, and the
sea round its base boiling up in great agitation.
At this time it seemed about the thickness of a
hogshead. The tide was fortunately out; and i
upon crossing the reef, about an Lour after its i
first appearance, the column broke, and such a
mass of wal'Jf foil, t h:i t the si in the Larb-'-r
wa raised at least three f.c: upon tie beach.
No squall wa-xtf rieneed, n:r did acy rain fall.
Hundreds of dii fish were ricked up ur:n the
reef, and along
shore after it br.ke. I have
uts at tn. and one that
was neariv ou im it.e snip iu wt.:e
ship iu which 1 w;ta, but
n- .T.e of them at au co.ua! in niagnitu.i
li.o natives -,ui::.-i ii cir nouses, ana uea witn
the utmost precijiution in a. direction opposite
to that in wLieh iar preached. 1 was informed,
that a few years be to re, i-ne had broken n tie
north side of the i.-lanJ, by which a number of
houses were washed away and many jople
Iu the month of November the king was pleased
to grant me about sixty acres of land situated
upon the Wymumrnee, or Pearl-Water, an inlet
tf the sea about twelve miles to the west of
Hanaroora. 1 immediately removed thither ; and
it being Maeaheite time, during which can--es are
tabooed, I was carried on men's shoulders. We
passed by foot-puhs, winding through an extens
ive and fertile plain, the whole of which is in
the highest state of cultivation. Every stream
was carefully embanked, to supply water for the
taro beds. Where there was no water, the land
was under cr-.j of yams and sweet potatoes.
The roads and numerous bouses are shaded by
cocoanut trees, and the sides of the mountains
Covered with wood ta great height. We halted
two or three times, and were treated by the natives
with the utmost hospitality. My farm, called
Wymapnjo, was upon the east side of the river,
four or five miles from its mouth. Fifteen peo
ple, with their families, resided upon it, who
cultivated the ground as my servants. There
were three houses opon the property ; but I found
it most agreeable to live with one of my neigh
bors, and get w hat 1 wanted from ray own land.
This person's name was William Stevenson, a
native of liorrowstaunness. He bad been a con
vict, and escaped from New South Wales; but,
was, notwithstanding, an industrious man, and
conducted himself in general w ith great propriety.
He bad married a native, and bad a family of
several children. lie was the first who introduced
into the island the mode of distilling a spirit from
tee-root, of which, however, he becamo so fond
that the king was obliged to deprive him of bis
still. When 1 knev him he had bound himself
by an oath, not to taste spirits except at the new
year, at which time be indulged to the greatest
excess. He chiefly employed himself in bis
garden, and had a large stock of European vege
tables. ( 7'y l-e continual.)
From the Trie-iul, June, 1ST4
Official Correspondence. f
Legation of the United States, )
Honolulu, May 12, 1S74. $
J!a S. C. Jmnont Jdlitor of the Friend,
Sir Herewith is the : sum of forty
dollars and five cents, which is handed to
you for the benefit of the Sailors' Home,
Honolulu. It was received under the fol
lowing circumstances : On the Sth instant,
Hon. Mr. Kriukaha, of Hanalei, Island of
Kauai, accompanied by some friends, called
at the Legation ; and on reading and deliv
ering the address, which follows, placed in
my hands the money above mentioned as
the proceeds of sale of the four bullocks re
ferred to by him.
To His Excellency H. A. Peikce,
Minister Resilient of the. United States of America :
Sir In the name of the people of the
District of Hanalei, I b'g to deliver to you
their present of four beef cattle, a token of
their appreciation of your generous course
in affording the aid of the war vessels of
your government in quelling the disturbance
in the City of Honolulu on the 12th of Feb
Trusting that you will receive this gift as
a proof of their great love to your country,
I am, Your most Obd't Serv't,
In reply, I said in substance :
Mr. Kaukaha "My sensibilities are
deeply touched by this noble and generous
act of the people of the District of Hanaleb
nnd I acceDt it as nroof nf h? o- ""ue
and friendship they bear for the government
and people of the United States ; feelings
which are fully reciprocated by us.
" The military demonstration made by
the United States forces on the occasion you
allude to, was prompted by our great regard
for the best interests of your nation j and it
is gratifying to know that the service then
rendered, has been justly appreciated by
" That timely intervention in favor of law
and order, probably saved the life of the
Jvcpresentative (Mr. Kaukaha) from Hanalei,
and was a Providential return perhaps of the
good deeds of some of the people of your
district ; who in December, 1S70, showed so
much humanity and kindness to the sole
survivor and those drowned, of a boat's
crew, wrecked near Hanalei, belonging to
the U. S. S. Soqinair, cast away at Ocean
island, and who were sent from thence to
seek the means for the rescue of those
' Duty to my government may seem to
dictate tho declining to receive the offering
of your good people ; but a proper regard for
Hawaiian customs in such cases, and the
delicacy of feeling which forbids wounding
the sentiments of others by a refusal, com
pels me to accept the gift, with permission,
however, to donate the same to the Sailors'
Home, of Honolulu, an institution existing
for the benefit of the seamen of all nations
visiting this place.
" To you personally, and to your noble
constituents, I offer my sincere thanks for
kindly manifestations of their regard."
Mr. Damon I take the liberty of address
ing this communication to you for publica
tion in the Friend, newspaper, and as a
slight recognition of the benevolent services
rendered by you to seamen in this port for a
period of more than thirty years.
With great respect,
Vour lriend and servant,
Henrv A. Peirce,
Minister Resident of the United State.
The U. S. S. Safinnrr was wrecked on
Ocean Island, Oct. 29, 1S70. A boat, under
command of Lieut. Talbot, was sent to Ho
rolulu for aid. The following seamen were
h the boat : James Miner, John Andrews,
1'eter Francis, and William Halford. Only
tke last named person survived the expedi
tion. He is now a Gunner on board the U.
S. S. J!aHci'.'. The body of Peter Francis
wis not found, while the remains of the
otliers were buried on shore, and much
attention was shown them by the inhabitants
HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF !
PACKED Ity C. BERTLEMAXX, KAUAI,
and WARRANTED. For Sale by
aplS 3m A. W. TEIRCE & CO.
IN IOO I.B. KEGS.
'OR SALE UY
n. IIACKFELD & CO
Paints and Oil.
I ENGLISH BOILED OIL. IN FIVE-GALL.
4c, 6fC, &c, &c.
For Sale by (ja21) I30LLE.S & CO.
A OKNFIilL ASSORTMENT Of
Preserved Meats, fvnits, Vegetables.
1- COLLES & CO. i
FOR GALE AT BARTOW'S
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
SAFETY LAMPS !
IP i 1 1 i li u Cans.
t IS IS THE ONLY AHnoI.I'TELY SAEE
LA .II ANP HLL1NV, CAN EVER MAIK
Thoganu ef I .uH'ilir- novr nin thl Lamp It
tifj to it Snprrioril Mfr all vlhrr
Lamps in tw, brtaaf ;
1. It is perfectly safe from explosion.
owing to its scientific structure.
2. It Will not break, being maJe of metal.
3. It is ren Urol perfectly clean by its patent
4. It usos one-third less oil iu jropcrtiou to
the light given, without olor.
5. It gives a much more brilliant light, nJ
mere steady than gas, at one-fifth.the expense.
EXTRA CHIMNEYS AND SHADES
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
J. II. CONKV,
Stle Agent for Ihe Sandwich Islands,
AND FOR SALE AT THE
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE !
3T Established in 1858.
A LAUGE AND FINE
IB AYA IV A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smolvixig Tobacco !
AND A LOT OK
VERY FINE BRIAR WOOD PIPES!
Constantly on Hand, the. VERY BEST
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO!
Cigar Holders, fec, itc.
H. I. NOLTE,
ap4 3m Cornel' (.im-cii ninl Nuiinnu Sim.
OF ALL KINDS, AT
BED ROCK PRICES ! !
In Large Assortment.
TIJKPE.VriftK, VAKiVISII !
II LI ADS,
Finest Quality Puuloa Salt.
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN
and at any Port in the Kingdom as per
WILDER & CO.
nl Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
Properties For Sale or Lease
THE CEI.EU RATED St A K LAND OF
jjj II AK A LAI", In the District ofllili, Hawaii-
The Land. House, Future and Prt tnisea cf A L'AUKKAE,
Kona, Hawaii, containine about TOO acr3.
Fnr t.artit'ul&ra ftM.lv to
a,,2i W L. UKKKN. I
a a e w a i) v i:
A FEW OF THE MANY THINGS TO BE FOUND
GASTLE ilIMB COSiJKE'S
V.t svicli Prices .rv
WILL PAY TO GIVE TIIEIYX A CALL !
PAINT OIL Hubbuck's Best Pale Boiled and Raw;
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC -Hubbuck's Best in Oil:
PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE. RED LEAD AND OCHRE.
CHROME GREEN. BURNT AND RAW UMBERS
PARIS GREEN. VERMILLION.
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA. PRUSSIAN BLUE.
KEEOSEN n O T .L, !
Downer's Genuine and Dcvoo's.
MATV11KS. S-Car.l. DAlUY SALT. 'UI'S1IH Sl': K. 1WIMS Ul.mvs with V MllAVV
1UIAMS. I'.XTKA rol.MS. 1K AM ? AM' H AM'I.llS.
Cut Nails, Wrought Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes !
AMOSKEAC, PEARL RIVER AND ENGLISH DENIMS,
SUPKlUOli FAXCY niTXTS, LIXJCX IWILLS.
FOR THE LADIES ESPECIALLY!
Cambric and Hamburg IMg trigs ami Insertion. Ko.il an.l Imit.iti.ut Yuletictom-n I.;u .
ju21 Fine Print'! Urilliant fur t'hiKlnn's wear. Ac, Ac., Ac, Ac, Ac. fir
DI IIILxIBTG-KEil m iiBliO GO,,
Have Just Received and Ofl'cr For Sale, a
SPLENDID ASSORTiYlT OF NEW GOODS
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES!
a fiivj: assokt;u ilt or
PERKINS & HOUSE'S SAFETY LAMPS
jiikI CHATV 1 X2 1 1 1 S Tf J- !
Prof. Y. S. Clark, President MiisHacliiisctts Agricultural College, mjb of tliciu : Tlu-y
we ' perfectly non-explosive, the light inliettcr than i produce! hy stay other lnmp. I lu licve it tu
he true economy in view of the (safety, tho quality and quantity f the light produced, and the
durability of this lamp, to throw away all other kinds and uhe thi only."
Kerosene Lanterns, Whale Oil Lanterns, Hurricane Lanterns,
Tubular Kerosene l.anterni, SUlile and Sucar House l.:mtri in,
Mret't Laiuj., l'.i:i-t Mid ilv.-r l'l.it d Nu.l. i,l I.iihi., 1 ' U I I. uilriim,
A New and Splendid Assortm't of SHELF HARDWARl
A Fine Lot of Pocket Cutlery, Shears and Scissors !
l'ieiLii W U i Lesul il 11 d !iii !
A large assortment of Shelf Paints, a larpe aortiii-nt of I'uint and other kind of Itruh-.
Finishing Nailn, lloat Nails, Cut Nails, r.mul.t N;nls, Shoo Nml, 1 1 r k Nnils.
Wrought tihip Ppike. Cut Spit''. Hunt' A ji'k, I lliio Piiturn Axi,
lioy'a Am s, Ax H it. hits, MiiiikIiiik ll;it )n t, Ax II:iimIIi,
Cloth WriiiK'T, Mr..p lliuues, f Ulnars, llix.kit lliiifn,
Wrought and Cast Iron Ilutts, Hrasa Iiutts, IJoat Hiveft and Wa-h.-M,
I'low Handles and litmus, Paris Plown, Ames' Kauhr No. A, No. 2, No. 20 I'lown,
Meel Plows, No. X00 and xl, liny I'utt.-rn, Ox Voki s, h. -l Marrow and Cumil Put ilk.
Mason's Pool and hhoe ltlack inir. Army au I Nny lilurkinr.
Zinc and Wood Wash licir.N, li u. ..:il Iron,
Hull i.iiiup S ii k, I-'i.ih Ni tl and 1'niue,
MANILA AND NEW ZEALAND CORDAGE!
Downer's Kerosene Oil.
SMALL K EROS EN K STOVES, JiENI KINO.
CARBOLIZED RUBBER HOSE,
the iM'st ever imported to this mark t.
We also have on hand and to arrive soon a thousand aud one useful Nrtlrie, too imia. rous to m ntion in thin l.uiit 'd
?i.aee. All who wish to get GOOD GOOO.S at reasonable priiX-, tdiould give i. a c ,ul la-lore nono; tl. wli.-i -.
JUST RECEIVED FROM CHINA
PER SHIP GEORGE GREEN,;
Offered For Halo j
BV THE UXOERSIGXEO. J
Sugar Mat Bags, Manila Rope,
China White Matting,
China Peanut Oil,
Fire Crackers, Fire Works,
Camphor Wood Trunks,
Ladies Work Boxes.
DRFSS SILK. GRASS CA OTH !
mosquito netting, !
SUPERIOR. HREAKFAST TEA,
In Jibs, 5lbs, lOibs Boxes,
AFONG Av ACHl'CK,
IS Nuuanu pt , near Kins-
n t i s i: M i: x t : : :
vV Co., Coiicrc'.e Plork, Noa. '.ij k 'jT K.i.k' Mr. .t. Honolulu.
111 Hfl UjM M IT
JEFFREY & CO.'S
EDINBURGH ALE !
1 v i 1 r s i i i v a it t s.
SAS1 AtK "
li'fmri Ate, Ki-f I. rani, in ii-trts an I pint,
llothtiiii )in. "lone j .!.'' in t askeU.
Strong Rum, in barrels; Alcohol in Tins
t'ir It itdlei'Mtl (iiliui.. ,
IdldilK tl C.N M IU II,
in Mr.ne Jlixfi.
FoK. u: it v
If. II Af'K FEI.O X. ( l.
Columbia River Red Salmon
Of tho Packing of I 073.
rUK SALB II V
I n.hJ'i tf
II. IIACKFEI.O A. Co.
THREE STYLISH BUGGIES
Olt. S.I I.K It V
V. HRKWKK ft CO.
MANILA CIGARS !
SMAId, EOT OF TIIOVK SI'PEUIOK
quality CIUAI1S. Just r-eivl. Thear fiptr, are like
those we h:id annul oris year lince, and pronounreil to !e the
hest article oil. r. J in tin uiarket during the pint twenty
ars. fipeeially put ui for us- 2i0 elitars in a hr.
Kortalel.y bUl.LKS ft VO.
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