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Til F. CELEBRATED SIC A a LA M 'F
. K 1 LA U. in the District tf II. Io, Iiiwaw.
T.". Un I. IIvu.-, pas'are anl Premises of ACATKEAK,
Koti, Hawaii, oolaintna; about TOO acrrs.
f '-r prtv-a.r apply lu
W L. GREEN-
37a 11 Season,
I v 100 i.n. KF.CS
GASTLE & G00.1E
r ile nr
V nl.n tf
If. flACKFKLb A CO
groKEsiT0 3i.2ixaiEs. HicKORv D. C . JYI u rray an d J . W. S eaver
RI A ah and Hickory, lto2 Incf.n;
IIC&4 All livs,
FELLOES roc O Cr, assorted. .-, Oak and Ab;
SfTAFf? Wijoo aivl Carriag-e, floiihH anl rough,
f Lfc3 Wafoo and CarrUc. flnUbed and rooh :
Crw bars YLcs St EaiU,
Alwan Krf Haaal aasl ! I Order,
Or Curl HVteeb and Oirf.
WA.V.i oi prrpwf to SELL CHEAP.
FINK WENT OF ENGLAND BLACK mu4
Fine bvn Dceikits. Grey Buckskin,
All Wo'.l Twee Is, Just the style for winter.
Fine Whito Marseilles,
Fancy patterns, u.ufcle fr Ladies or Children's Drtuci, and
(Jem's White Vests.
plain an I i'.r.id Brcwn Linen Lrillir.j, jajt tbe thiof for
C'-y's anl Mn' workin? ci'.thes.
(ent's t..k, MTioo, All H'xJ to I Cotton Undershirts.
Laltrs ami (jc-nl's I-irv-n Cuffs, Ornt's Collars,
A f-.w litm of tiue Ll.tck puk Neck Ties, 6-8 and 3-4.
A superior -orta.tr.t of (jent's aud Ladies' Bleached
ar.-l I i.M'ached Cotton Hose,
MI'KRIOIl ALL, LINEN
6 9 an I 3-4 all Linen Napkins from $3 04 to $7 00 per doxen.
Cotton, Linen, liuckuck and Damask Towels,
A Large Lot of Ash Lumber! Linen and Collon Sheeting !
flaring parch! the entire stack of carriage material from Dil
lingham at Co., I am prepared to fill City and Country Orders
promptly aod at Reasonable Prices.
DIFFKREST ETTLZ3 OF
of my own manufacture, constantly oo hand, and
O. "W EST,
Bih21 74 and 1i King Street, Honolulu.
61, 72, SO ar t 100 inches.
Linen and Cotton for Pillow Flips.
10-4, 11-4, and 114 White Marseilles Quilts,
While illcriuo Rlanltets
72 by 84.
rVarlet. Blue, Green and White Blankets,
Java Canvas, a fine assortment of f'earl Button.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
For Sale at Castle & Cooke's. SHELF HARDWARE I
IM-KKIWS & HOUSE'S
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
SAFETY LAMPS !
rami IM IHTHEONLT ABSOLUTELY SAFE
LA 4P AXD FILLING CAN EVER MADE.
atw mtlBg thU Lamp its-
ilfj f Its SiacrUrity Ttr all athrr
Laaip la asf keais:
1. i perfectly safe from explosion,
owing to its acientifio atractare.
i. It Will not break, being made of metal.
3. It la rnlereJ perfectly clean 1 its patent
4. (t uses one-third leu oil io proportion to
th light given, without oJor.
5. It gires nucb more brilliant light, and
iuor Levi j th.n at one-fifth the expene.
EXTRA CHIMNEYS AND SHADES
CONST A NTLV ON HAND.
J. H. COSETT, .
Ageait fee tkvt Sandwich Islands.
Door, ChMt. Pad, Box, Capboard and Till Locks,
Superior Padlocks, wrought iron, with Spring and Steel
Faring Chet Locks, 2 Keys each and no duplicates.
Hpesr & Jackson's Kine taws, 12 to 29 inch, c e and rip.
pear r Jackson's Filt-s, all sises and kinds 3 to 19 inch.
Uarne, Bridle and Holler Buckles, Plated and Jap'd.
Padd'e Ririrt. tinned an I japanned, 2 1-2, 3 and 3 1-2 in.
I'Uh Hooks, No. lu to 80 and larger. .
t'nion and Wool Girths, Shoe Thread. Handled Axes.
Copper Tacks, 1-2 to 1 1-2 inch. Lightning Wood Paws,
Cooper's Tools, Sand Paper, fcrub Brashes, Iron Tacks.
ALSO. ON HAND:
American and English White Lead and Zinc Paints,
American and English Pale Boiled Linseed Oil, Turentice,
Lamp Blark, Yellow Ochre, French Yellow, Yruitiao Red,
Raw and Burnt Cmber, Red Dry Vermillion, Ac.
Good Assortment of Paints in Oil,
fl EN CINE DOWNER'S AND DEVOE'd
O 1" O Si O 11 o
Copal. Da roar, Carriage and Bright Varnish.
Hawaiian, CalifornU, Chemicul. w York. ErasWe. Benton.
Ohre, Pure Castile and Fancy
Paris. Eagle, 20 and 2 Steel XI and X0
Shovels, Ppade, Oo's, fcjthes. Rakes, Hoes, e., Ac, Ac., tc.
TVR DA 1'. J L'L Y 25.
Honolulu Sixty-Five Years Ago.
I The hip in which 1 left the Sandwich Islands
n C.ir.faln Srn. Sh harl rrficiirftl a. mrcn r,f
r i i o-
about one hundred and ftj tons of ecal oil, and
el. Ten thousand ekine, at the inland of Guada
lour, on the const of California, and had put
iuto.Watoo for the purpose of procuring refreeb
cienw. fjTerjtfcing being readj, we sailed from ilana
roora on the 4th of March, and stood to tbe
southward with pleasant weather.
In the beginning of April we ds cried the
mountains of Otabeite, but did not touch at that
About a week before we doubled Cape Horn,
we saw two large whales, and the boats were
hoisted out in the hor of taking them, but it
b'-gan to blow so hard that the attempt proved
Early in May we passed Cape Horn ; the catt
ain stood as far south as the latitude of f.(j, and
we never paw the land. Although the tcabon
was lar advanced we did not experience the
sniallt-tit difficulty in this part of the voyage.
A few dajs afterwards we made the Falkland
Islands ; the land is of great height, and seems
L'pon the 25th we saw the coabt of Brazil, and
next day entered tbe harbor of Ri Janeiro.
lieing apprehensive of a mortification in my
legs, I applied for admission into the English
hospital, which is situated in a small Lland that
lies off the harbor. When Captain iipence, who
took me thither in his boat, mentioned that I
had lost my feet in the service of the Americans,
he was informed, that since that was the case 1
must apply to them to take cure of me.
I then went on board an American brig, called
the Lion, the captain of which directed me to
call on Mr. Baulch, tbe Consul for that nation ;
by bis interest I was admitted into the Portuguese
hospital, de la miscrfcordc.
During tbe whole voyage I experienced the
utmost attention and kindness from the captain
and crew of the Duke of Portland; and when 1
quitted them they did not leave me unprovided
for in a strange country ; they raised a subscrip
tion, amounting to fifty dollars, which was paid
into the hands of tbe Portuguese agent on my
I remained in the Lospital ten weeks; the
Portuguese surgeons, although they could not
effect a cure, afforded me considerable relief, and I
was dismissed as well as I ever expected to be.
. I was now in a different situation from what I
had been cither at Kodiak or the Sandwich Isl
ands; I was in a civilized country, in which I
must earn my subsistence by my own industry ;
but here, as well as there, I was under the pro-
a T?? sTU a -
lecuon oi uivine i roTiuence, ana in ail my mis
fortunes, I found friends who were disposed to
Mr. ISauIch, the American Consul, gave me a
jar of the essence of spruce, which I brewed into
beer; aud having hired a negro with a canoe, 1
went about the ships, furnishing them with that
and other small articles of refreshment.
While engaged in this employment, I went on
board the ship Oiler, returning from the South
Oeaa, under the command of Mr. Jobelin, whom
I had seen in -the same vessel at tbe Sandwich
Islands. He informed me that he had visited
E0CHEF0RT &SD FRANCE.
TIIT ESCAPES COKCXlSTS OPINION CE HACMAHON
HOW HE EfTECTED HI-? E-C.vrET ERH NEW
Henri Itochcfurt, the escaped communist pris
oner and editor, who arrived a few days since at
San Frar.ci-co from Australia, has written the
following article the first since hi? three years
imprisonment giving his opicioa of the present
situation of aifairs in France :
1 have been asked if that power which Presi
dent Macmahon seemed desirous of arrogating to
himself for seven years appears to ma dangerous
to the republic. As for myself, I cannot see tbe
projects of the president who for the time being
has one foot in the Oileanist camp, the other in
that of the Bonapartists, and who doubtless
regrets that he has not a third to risk in the
camp of tbe Legitimists. Bat that which reas
sures u" who are republicans, is the possibility
that there may arise any day a new man to dis
poil us of the republic which they have created.
In my opinion there will never have been enough
pretenders. In France despots formerly practiced
willingly the maxim, " Divide in order to rule."
It has, to-day, returned to plague them, and it is
now the republicans who reirin turoush tbe mu
tual divisions and disagreements or the despots
MacMahon, appointed to tbe right, is now at
tacked by the right. In this parliamentary battle
be Las shown liimself as ekulful as in others
He has already lost his right arm ; his left arm,
too, I ought to say, in the person of tbe duke de
Broglie. The reot of his body is caught in the
driving-wheel, and 1 do not think it needs a very
insighted person to predict that in three months
MacMahon will be able to say of himself in the
words of Nero at Waterloo " Come on and 1 will
6how you how a marshal of France can fall.
But it is among those who have lost political
lower that men desirous of regaiuing it are
found. After the legitimists anl the Orleanists
and the Bonapartists we shall have theseptennists,
until a hi tu aspirant comes to join the dance.
Uur part will then be limited for the present to
watching these marvelous simpletons who honestly
believe the French nation has been created for
their personal use. Let us leave them to unmask
one another, to reproach one another with simplic
ity or hiiu crimes ; lue people wno assise at mis
scene of dissection will perhaps profit by it, and
the result will inevitably be the moral and mate
rial ruin of these imperial and royal princes, of
wnom it can De truly said, that they never knew
anything. If there is anything in the world more
ridiculous than a republic without republicans it
is a monarchy without a monarch.
In an interview at San Francisco ho described
tbo method of escape of himself and comrades
from the penal colony of New Caledonia. He
says they swam under water to a small boat of
the vessel which carried them away. The cap
tain did not know tbe rank of the fugitives at
first, but afterward discovered that one of them
was Kochefort by means of a picture in an illus
trated paper, when he threatened to take him
back, but Kochefort induced him to accept the
promise of 10,000 francs besides the 1800 already
given. .. . .
Modern Orthodoxy A Rational View of
It is only a human "religion such a9 that of
Buddha, or Thor, or Jupiter, that may fear tbo
growth of intelligence, and that may fade as the
light of reason dawns; but of a religion from
God, given by inspiration, tbo first distinguish
ing principle must be that it reveal its reasona
bleness as fast as man unfolds his own intelli
gence, and still become more glorious where there
is the most culture. The mediaeval Christianity
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Life Insurance Company
IN THE UNITED STATES.
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LUMBER, JUMBER !
LEVERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HE U ES BER
II AVE UN IIANO AL FOR SALE,
BniLDIHB EUf BHMLS I
OF ALL KINDS, AT
BED ROCK PRICES I I
Boards, Planks and Battens.
Wahoo a few months after my departure, and having been disfigured by ignorance and 6upersti-
f 1 . 1 sr I A : . I. n.V.,n . i. iL - s
lounu an my irienus in goou neaitn, except Isaac
Davis, who had departed this life after a short
In this manner I was not only euabled to sup
port myself, but even to save a little money. I
afterwards hired a house at - tbe rent of four
milrcas a month, and set up a tavern and board
ing house for sailors ; this undertaking not prov
ing successful, I gave it up for a butcher's stall,
in which I was chiefly employed in supplying the
ships with fresh meat. This business proved a
very gooa one, ana i was sanguine in my hopes
of oeing able to raise a small sum : but an un-
tion, tbe subsequent growth of religion had to
express itself in infidelity. V. hen a Dante de
scribes hell to mankind, and his frightful pictures
become tbo theology of the church, swoeping
through Komanism over into Protestantism, un
til Edwards 6ays God will dash the sinner down
on bell's floor and stamp upon him, then infidelity
must follow, not simply to save a man from such
horrors, but to rescue God's blessed name from
such unspeakable infamy. In such a hell as
Dante's it is not man that is punished it is God
that is destroyed. From such ideas we must fly
to a more reasonable religion, carrying the cross
A X'BW ADVKRTISEMEXT
A FEW OF THE MANY THINGS TO I : FOUND
GS Ti HS ILm 15 , .p. ,p EC S
.t suoli Prices as
UWTLmXm PAY TO GIVE THEIYT A CilXiX !
SAML G. WILDER,
A en I rr the HswaiiM Ulaad
A. 17. PEIRGE&G
Oiler lor Sale
SHIP CU Aft DLERY
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
Flour dS3 Breads
LIME AND CEMENT,
PAINT OIL HubbucV Best Pale Boiled and' Raw;
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC-Hnbbuck't 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.
KEEOSENE OIL! . : v ;
Downer's Conulno and
MATCHES, 8 Card.
J.VLT. Cia silKI) Sl'GAK. PAKIS FLOWS, with
EXTliA POINT;?. 1JF.AMS AND HANDLES.
Cut Nails, Wrought Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes ! , .
AM OS ICE AC, PEARL RIVER AND ENGLISH DENIMS,
FOR THE LADIES ESPECIALLY
Cambric and Hamburg KJsjings and Iasortions. Real and Imitation Valencitnen Laeta.
ju21 Fine Printed KriUiants for Children's wear, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac.
1 1 f
: Have Just Rocoived and OlTer For Sale, a
SPLENDID ASS0RTf.1T -OF NEW G
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES I
By Steamer from San Francisco,
A FI1VK ASSOItTiHEiW OF
potatoes, onions, o, YmM & sHODSE'S SAFETY LAMPS
Brand's Bomb Lances
Perry Davis Painkiller,
4 and q H AN I) E L I E R S !
Prof. W. .S. Clark,. President .AUssaohusctts ; Agriculttirl CoDge,'aj tfm : J; Tbej.
are perfectly non-explosive, the light is better than is produced by any other Lamp. I believe it to
be true economy in view of the safety, tbo quality and quantity of the light produced, and th
durability of this lamp, to throw away all other kinds and uso this only."'
Puuloa4 Salt Works. Kerosene Lanterns, "Whale Oil Lanterns, Hurricane Lanterns,
CHELSEA LAUNDRY I
Nor' West Toncned and Groovpn" HcmtA bad never healed, and gradually became eo nain
" " ' i r..i . , r . i , . i , .
iui u m luictii uijr uuui lu, nuu reuuer me unaoic
fortunate circumstance took place, which damped at"l our holy faith away from such a degradation
an my iiu.-e, uuu reuueeu mo again 10 a State Ot
In the night of the 24 tb of July, my home was
broken into, and I was robbed of every farthing
I had, as well as my clothes. "
As the purchase of carcasses required some
capital, I was under the necessity of giving np
my stall for the present. I again took myself to
my old trade of keeping a bum-boat, till I had
saved as much as enabled me to set np the 6 tall
1 was much assisted by the good offices of a
gentleman from Edinburgh, of the name of Lawric,
who resided in my neighborhood ; ho took great
interest in my welfare, and was of essential
service by recommending me to ships, as well as
by occasionally advancing a little money to enable
me to purchase a carcase. ,
The state of my health, however, prevented mc
from availing myself of the advantages of my sit
uation : me sores in my less, aitnouffh relieved.
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
.In Large Assortment.
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
DOORS, .MOTS AM BINDS 2
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD. ZINC PAINT.
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome YeUow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &C.
FOR PLANTATION' VST.
1 1 ii 1 1 T r non nnnnn n n t a urn
ULLi)S, limit sHOM UUMHUO CC FLAUM),
FOR WHEELWRIGHT AND PLANTATION CSE
WHITE EASTERN PINE
Finest Quality Puuloa Salt.
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN
rnnn op charge,
and at any Port in the Kingdom as per
WILDER & CO.
ni Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY!
SMALL LOT. PRIME QUALITY
sV EiTel per - Marray." For Ml- by -
-ill B0LLE3 4 CO.
BOARDS AND PLANKS.
ALL OTHER BIILI)IG MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
sel3 Sm ins.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins.
CONSTANTLT ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from the srrll-knosrn
WAIMRA TANNERY C. NOT LEY,
By (rly) A.9. CLEGH0RN & CO , Agents.
to attend to any business
In consequence of this, I determined to return
home, in hopes of having the cure effectually
performed in my native country.
On the 5th of February, 1812, 1 quitted Rio
Janeiro, after a stay of twenty-two months. I
came home in the brig Hazard, Captain Anderson,
and arrived in the Clyde on the 21st of April,
after an absence of nearly 6ix years.
After residing nearly four years in my native
country, and having tstill a desiro to visit the
Sandwich Islands, I left Scotland in tho American
ship Independence, commanded by Captain John
Thomas, on the 3d of September, 1816, for New
York. We had 6ixty-three passengers, and after
a very tedious voyage of fifty-three days, we ar
rived in good health at our port of destination. I
had been led to believe that I should find no
difficulty in getting a passage to the Sandwich
Islands from New York; but after a short resi
dence there, I did not see any prospect of obtain
ing a conveyance thither. Mv funds crowins?
low, I commenced soliciting subscribers for my
work. In this I met with considerable success.
and was enabled to rmblish an edition of nnn
thousand copies. But on account of the ulcers
in my leg never healinir. and beins arcrcbensive
of mortification, I was deterred from proceeding'
any farther. I therefore applied to the governors
oi ue iw loric city nospitai lor aamittanco,
with the intention of having my legs amputated
higher up, so that I might not be troubled with
them in future. I was accordingly admitted on
the 4th of November, 1817 ; and on the 20th of
the same month, one of my lejrs was taken off a
little below tho knee. The second operation was
performed on tbe 17th of January following; and I
was enabled to leave tbe hospital on tbe 3d of
1 etdl wished to return to tbe Sandwich Islands.
and having so far recovered as to be able to walk
about with considerable ease, and the favorable
appearance of my wounds indicating a thorough
cure, I therefore made application to several
gentlemen in New YorlT, by whose means my
intentions were represented to tbe Trudential
Committee of tbe American Board of Commis
sioners for Foreign Mission. By their advice I
removed to the institution belonfjins to that bodv.
at Cornwall, Litchfield county, Connecticut, in
order that I might there study under tbe llcv.
Herman Daggett, and that 1 niiirht become ac
quainted with several young men, in that place
from tbe Sandwich Islands: to the end. that if
ever it should r lcase Divine Providence to permit
me to visit those islands ajrain, I mizbt be able to
render them and the cause of religion, all thj
asoistance that lay in my rower, and that inv
inCuence might be exerted on the side of virtue :
and, above all things, that I might be inbtrumcnal
in lorwaruing the introduction of missionaries
into those dark and benighted islands of the sea.
We must, indeed, separate forever tho riehteous
and tho wicked; but, ms tbe drunkard is punished
in this world, and as tbo murderer accepts of his
arrest without blaming Uod, as tbe soul feels its
own wickedness and docs not reproach his Crea
tor, so the lost world is a place, not wbere Cod is
seen as a cruel monster, but wbere tho human
free-will stands forth in all its divino powers, and
reveals a self-punishment over which we can al
most imagine the Heavenly Father himself to
shed tears. Such is the perdition of reason a
place not where the Savior and God become an in
qusition, but where the sinner's own heart and
own will have woven themeelves garments of per
etual 6ackcloth, and where the tears of sorrow
fall not from a malicious decree of God, passed
from eternity, but fall out of the sinner's own
wretched soul and miserable life. Thus, over
almost every idea of the Christian religion there
is lying a drapery of reason fresh from the God
of infinite wisdom, and beautiful to man, the
image of tbo rational God. From a Sermon by
Prof. Swing of Chicago.
From the Helena (Montana) UeralJ.
, " Rather Early.
There is a young lady in this city who has the
misfortune to talk in her sleep, and it is said she
will answer, unconsciously, the questions which
are secrets in her waking hours. She is waited
on by a timid young man who has never been able
to screw his courage up to the "sticking-placc,"
and ask her to marry him. He went up one
night hist week, and entering tho front door, as
was his hiibit, without ringing the bell, ho saw
his dulcinea asleep on the parlor sofa. He hesi
tated a moment over tho propriety of advancing
without announcing himself, when he heard his
own name softly expressed from between those
coral lips. Immediately the pent-up burden of
nis near i oroKc out in woras:
" Dearest, do you love me ?'
" Yes," was the soft response from the sleeper.
" Will you marry mc ?"
41 Shall jt be in a year ?"
Any time.'" " "
"Let it be in eix months."
There was a moment's silence and suspense.
when the lips agaiu moved and the young man
heard distinctly tho little word, June." He
stepped cautiously back and glided quietly from
the house. He has been up every night since,
but has not referred to the conversation with the
sleeper. June is a very pleasant month, but the
time is rather too soon for the young man.
IIosololc, II. I., July 7, 1878.
sTk.V AXD AFTER THIS DATE. THE FOL-
LOWING KATES will be charged on all wcrk
Gentlemen's) Lit. Cents.
While or Colored Shirts, Polished, each 10
White or Colored Shirts, Plain, each 6
White or Colored Collars, Polished, each 4
White or Colored Collars, Plain, each.... 3
White or Colored Cuffs, Polished, pair 4
White or Colored Cufla, Plain, pair SJ
White Coats, ech .......12$
White Pants, each ......10
White Vests, each io
Cloth Coats, each 20
Cloth Pants, each.... 15
Cloth Vests, each 12J
I'ndershirts, each 61
Night Shirts, each 6t
.Nignt rants, ecn 6
Handkerchiefs, each 4
Socks or Stockings, pair 4
Underclothing. Plain, each....'.., 61
I'uderclothing, Starched, each. .......... .. .............. 8J
Underclothing, Starched and Fluted, for each Kulile 10
Skirts, Plain, each 15
Skirts, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. for each RuiHe) each. .Yi
waists, ruin 8j
Waists, Tucked ur Fluted, (and 10c. for each Kulile) each.. IS
Waists, Tucked or Fluted, and extra with lace, (and 10c
for each K utile) each 25
Dresses, White or Colored, Plain 20
Dresses, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. for each Euffle)each.30
Dresses, Ko filed with Heading, and extra with. Lace, -
(and 25c. for each R utile) each 50
Night Dresses, Plain, each............... .....61
Night Dresses, wilh Fluting, each (8c. for each Ruflle) 81
Nightgowns, Plain, each 4
lrawersx Plain, each......... . .......................... 4
Drawers, Fluted, each.... 61
Waists, Plain, each. 4
Skirts, Plain, each , 5
Skirts, Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Raffle).. .10
cMipd, Plain, each. ............ .......................... 6i
Slips, Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Ruffle).... 81
Oresses, Plain, each 8J
Presses. Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Ruffle). .121
.ncks or Stockings, pair g
Table Cloths, Large, Plain, each ...20
Tuble Cloths, 1-aree, Btarched, each ..............25
Table Cloths, Medium, Plain, each .....121
Table Cloths, Medium. Starched, each 15
Table Cloths, Small, Train, each. ..................... ... 6i
laDie t. loins, email, Btaxcueu, eactx jo
Tubular Kerosene Lanterns Stabl and Sugar House Lautcrns, '
Street Lamps, lirass and Mlver Plated Btudent Lamps, Pocket Lanterns,
A New and Splendid Assortm't of SHELF HARDWAFU
A Fine Lot of Pocket Cutlery, Shears and Scissors !
taot LA-incrinn ii W Ii i 1.0 si. r i fin 1 f ? ?
A large assortment of Phelf Paints, a large assortment of Paint and other kind of Pru.hstt.
Finishing Nails, boat Nails, Cut Nails, W rought Nail, Hhoe Nails, Horse Nails,
. ' . ., . . Wrought Ship hplkes, Unt Spikes, Hum's Axes, Ohio Pattern Axes,
Hoy's Axea, Ax Hatchets, Sbinclniir Hatchets, Ax Handles,
. ' 1 ' ' ' ! - .."' Clothf Wringer, Strnp Hinges, T Hlnsee, lfoaV k tlitfa,
Wrought and Cast Iron Butts, Brass Butts, Boat Uiveti and Wanhfrs, r . . 1 ...
Plow Handles and Beams, Paris Plows, Ames F.aglc No. A, No. 2, No. 20 Plows,
Steel Plows, No. xOO and xl, Hay Cutters, Ox Yokes, W heel Barrows and Canal Barrows,
Mason's Boot and Shoe Illiickimr. Army aud Narjr Black ins-,
: Zinc and Wood Wash Boards, Charcoal Irons, v-
' Ball Lamp Wick, Fish NeU and Twine,
MANILA AND' KEVV-ZEALAND CORDAGE! '
Downer's Kerosene Oil.
SMALL KKKOSKNK STOVES, BEST KIND.
C A R BOLIZED R UB BER
the best ever imported to this market. .' ' v j ' . "
We also hare on hand and to arrive soon a thousand and one useful articles, too numerous tn mniLrn in tki. limit.. I
All who wish to get GOOD GOODS at reasonable prices, (hould us a rail before going elsewbrrt.
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DILLI1VGIIAM ii ., Concrete Block, Noi. 65 k 97 King Buret, Honolulu..
heets, P ingle, each
rSheets, Double, each .
I illow Slips, Plain...
Pillow Slips, Starched
I'illow blips. Fluted
Counterpanes, Large, each. ... ....
Counterpanes, Small, each ........
lilaukets, Large, each
Hlaukeu, Medium, each
Itiankets, Small, each
Window Curtains, Large, each....
Window Curtain', Medium, each..
Window Curtails, Small, each
M xi'iuito Nets, each '. . .. .
1 ... :
IIIDi:s, SKl.AS, TALLOW.
TJIK UNDERSIGNED CONTISTK
to pay the highest market price for Dry
Hide. Q-izt Skin and Ooat Tallow.
C. EREWER At CO.
Darwiu Las a practical supporter of bU theory
in the shape of tbe first gorilla erer tamed and now
in London. A small party dinrd wan bim not
long ago. and we are told that Monsieur Gorilla
behared lie any courteous diner-out, except that
bis conrersation was not very brilliant, aud that
at one point in the meal he calmly extended Lis
paw and removed from LU neighbor's plate to hu
own some pretty tiny kickshaws, which particu
larly pleased Li in. He drank Lis claret with Lis
steak, lounged in LU chair between the courses,
and cracked bis walnuts and took his after-dinner
glass of port with the most graceful ease. He is
very particular in bis food, and always takes Lot
ram and water, sweetened with honey, before re
tiring. Uarwin ought to be a bappy man.
The Widow's Protest. One of the eaddcet
things that ever came under my notice (said tbe
banker's clerk) was there in Corning during the
war. Dan Murphy enlisted as a private, and
fought very bravely. The boys all liked biin ;
and when a wound, by-and-by, weakened bira
down till carrying a musket was too heavy work
for him, they clubbed together and fixed him up
as a sutler. He made money then, and sent it
always to his wife to bank for him. She was a
washer and irouer, and knew enough" y hard
experience 10 Keep money wnen she got it. she
didn't waste a penny. On the contrary, hc
began to get miserly as her bank account grew.
ibe grieved to part with a cent, poor creature,
f jr twice in her hard-working life she Lad known
what it was to be hungry, cold, friendless, eick,
and without a dollar in the world, and she had a
haunting dread of suffering so again. Well, at
last Dan died ; and the boys, in testimony of their
esteem and respect for him, telegraphed to Mrs.
Murphy to know if 6he would like to have him
embalmed and sent home ; when you know the I
usual custom was to dump a poor devil like him
into a bhallow bole, and then inform his friends "'J;'
what bad become of bim. Mrs. Murpby jumped
to tbe conclusion tliat it would only cost two or
three dollars to ernbulin her dead husband, and
so she telegraphed Yes." It was at the " wake"
that tho bill for embalming arrived, and was
presented to the widow. .
She uttered a wild, sad wail that pierced every
heart, and said : ' ifivinty-foive dollars for stoofiu'
Dau, blister their sowls ! Did tbim divils 6urposo
I was goin' to start a Museium, that I'd be daiin'
in Buch expulsive curiassities !"
The banker's clerk said there was not a dry eye
in the bouse.
MOTTO What i worth rioing at nil, I.
worth doing rrll.
MY INTENTION-TVciTeSntl.factioii to nil
MV TEH MS CASH OX DELIVER V.
I Respectfully Solicit the Public Patronage
n- Office at M. E. McINTYRE 4 BKO.'S Urocery. Feed
Store and Bakery, Corner of Fort and King Sts. Wa;;on calls
for all orders.
J'yl2 qr W. M. WALLACE Proprietor.
CASES ( ) 3
For Sale by
CH Art. LONG
I N GREEN CASES, 12 BOTTLES EACH.
In Red Cases, 15 butties each.
In Baskets, 12 Juga each.
In Bond or Duly I'm id.
- For Sale by CHAS. LONG.
DOWNER'S KEROSENE !
atent cans, per Edwin, for sale by
BOLLL'S it Cu.
MANILA CIGARS !
4 NEW INVOICE OFTIIOSE SUPERIOR
iiuine Ci?rj, iu?t received and fur sale br
Ei9 BOLLES 4-
FIREWOOD ! FIREWOOD ! !
1.1ROM EAST MAPI. FOR SALE KV
BoLLEs & CO.
AMERICAN MESS BEEF
f.lOR SALE IN BOND BY
MS mj3 BoLLES
T. LOUIS STAR HAMS.
FOR SALE HI
BOLLES k CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT-HAY !
RECEIVED PER f. C. MURRAY. AND
a Superior Cjuality. For gale by
j"20 EOLLIS & CO.
COTTON DUCK !
1 A WHENCE MANUFACTORY
irtmenl of numbers, for s!e low by
BOLLES & CO.
JUST RECEIVED FROM CHINA
PER SHIP GEORGE GREEN,
! AND IS
OlTered o i Halo
BY THE UNDERSIGNED.
Sugar Mat Bags, Manila Rope,
China White Matting,
China Peanut Oil,
Fire Crackers,, Fire Works,
China Lanterns .
Camphor Wood Trunks,
Ladies Work Boxes.
Preserved Ginger, . ;
DRESS SILK, GRASS CLOTH!
liest JKtisIiot: Ten
JEFFREY & CO.'S
IN PINTS AND Q. U A R T .
ALE IN QUARTS AND
(lerman Ale, Key brand, in quarts and pints.
Holland Gin, stone ju-i la baskets, .
Strong Rum, in barrels ; Alcohol in Tins
Clarets of different qualities. .
LI EBFR A UENM I LCII,
RHINE. WHINE. '
FOR SALE BY
in Stone Juf a.
II. HACK FELD sV CO.
THREE STYLISH BUGGIES
! I'KIt OEYLON !.
FOR SALE BY
C. BREWER ft CO.
MANILA CIGARS !
A SMALL LOT tlF THOSE SUPERIOR
quality CIUAhS. juat received. These Clears, ar Ilk
f thre we had about cue year since, and pronounced to he the
beat-article offered in this market dorins; the last twenty
year Specially put up for ns 20 cisars in a box.
J31 . . '"r 6al by , BOLLES 4 CO.
SUPERIOR BREAKFAST TEA,
In 3lbs, 5lbs, lOIbs Boxes, : ' '
BREAD IN BOND OR DUTY PAID. ,
fi 0 VAf CA LA. MEDIUM BREAD
' Jast Received.
For Sale by
AFONG A, A CHUCK,
IS 5unanuSt.,oear King.
- Blocks and Oars!
PI LL ASSORTMENT,
PorHale by , , BOLLK3 k CO
j 1 .. 1 . ii ,
SPERM , OIL, the Pure Article, r.
toy For Sal by