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Y.ncrTM ,,. rt. 1 -m 1 WHtCsM ! !.,e,Utie in t. isl- i fI cord-, it is enough to state tlt they can 1 , , ,
.hW,4iVH-.iMii.irrrtMnu:..M.i: j VL UUIUUI I liU cVVlHWit I and-, or that cau Ingrown with ct, or care, J worked with the smiliest Lattery P'Wer. 'o WANTED
K Am-rw-M w. c.i4 Jw. iru n-tcVts. j i or that is n sure of ;t remunerative market. ! the tirst cable was bud in ISo?, electricians ( oMI'ETKVT M.i.ip K WIIO .thk.-
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.-,.., - . . - Mi iV .;i Hl j Miuj tif. oti, ilt. on which would ! gn-atlj ftimuUtcd by the offer- Uod was not in the earthquake, but in the still, j
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11 Krkr Mkiutokavkl. Klaa, for MoU. kaiiai.
fnk WitBWtlk PT Htmr KiUa'k. fail-) n Mnaly.
f'anv Ht-n.o-p. r IMw.r l J irn', rV.i. -ih: 2:2
f.kTe.3tvH"M 1" Oil,H ki Vcrmii-. Hi, .
b . ho-. 4-0 r B JM-mrnS'. 1 fxrti Rktfoot. ILiak't. -0
C'urajhr, J -r- fall yiaM-. 2 ! fli'. l rks
Xn, 4 ku r'oin. .10 J.r Paprr. I b K 607 pkgn
rirmw tu, 2 Ham boo iu.kn, bx Crock-ry, b f.jr.
10 pke-Mlt i nMMf-k, 4 bt rmrtM Ikuea.2 kf Iron
Pana, 7 pk Rorkri. b f'irp Crvk'H, 30 pkjk l.arlh'-n-warv.SQ
b IWa fti.k. 4 jir Wine, 3 bu IUom, 1 bx Tra
Poik, 1 t Cr.f.rr r, 3 Papr Kili, I h Tabl, 100
n-ata Camphor W nnt Trunk. & b C'biua Tobkcco, 20 bu
.Narrow Fb- n, 24 pen T' Pr.y. 1M Rillooo Chalr-i. 3 i.kga
Mt, 2 pkt B-.niboo Cuau, Turniwi, b Itaaiboi
Hor.to, J0 kj R..--, li pkn Woo.i.a kivl ft-Mc Ware, 100
l-rarut Hlonr. li.4T Urieka.
ro Wiwki PokT Per KUaua. ttvt. 6(h W C
Parki. T MtM-nrcr. W II Branch. C Eurib-m. II II
err ami wiP-, J VVicM, Mi4 N Lrvcra, II UooJ, Mnn
Pvrn-L. Lixut Katx. Mioa M K llar-rw. Miaa II F l'.-.n. T W
F.-rreit. lli- a P Nahanb-laa, li F. IlnakUii, W M Gib,
C A nam, A Apong. Slr Irr, aol 62 Jock.
Fboh KtNU i l-P-r K Moi, Skjl. th Ilot A 8 te
kwn, J S Cbriklie, Jr. II C KheMoo an.l bri.l. Waiirr Bra-h,
T II Pri. " ilanjhler. Mjr li Vf Marfarlane, 2 Na-Hr.
AkTarirlrr. Wittit Uail-Tr, Wnin. Sharrall. Mra Viwrn an.l 2
rhiUlrr-n. Mr Voorj .liej. U R licchfjck.ii Armtpn6, aiul
F Ilo-.a IVr r.Jvar l Jjnva, ft. 19 I hi
aeie, aa.l 1 ti'-il on Ibe page.
Faoa t at rutu Pi r NtUe M-rriH. jvi. Wl Ilia
MirTT t Kiki. Mjor K II IVy1, HfKi Mr K"akamt,
hiU- W P N nchl, aixl 24 deck. I
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C K lltlrhr.H k. Mint V fhlnnian. V A CchfW,
ww.H w AiKiin.
. T l.i.l;M-, R A
It AMin. II Van C1-T-. H V Iillintiam. 1
l imm r l-ro-rn. i; Akina. Mr M A U-klry
Mr N T H-nnrtl ac rhUJ. O W Martarltm-. Mn W I AI-t-
anrfrr a c b.blr-n. V A M.ck.ll. H M - onr. U Rw. at.fr- A
rhibl. Mra A . I'l-flmrn. .M.44 M Rufky. Win J .Maw II, W
M liiho. J Walfr , Mms II VI koni, atwl iVud-rk.
Kilf-llrali Al Barling Kn, Vrruioi.1, Jul Suit,
by Rev. L. II. Ifopkin. it , aUlcJ by Rev. T. A. Ilopkio,
.Milk II. KlkSEV, of ClncinuaU, lbk, ty PlTk M. IIorklN.
ut Fruil Vaic. Aluaeda County, CaL
.rrv-cocaTT-Ai Waikar-.Ea.i Maoi. ivptnir
Ul. by lb R'T. J. 1. KeabJia. Mr. w . HrniT, c l I Inpa- J
lakoa, lo Mmm F.milv Laciin, ol Waikapu.
fnriw.1-l.r At Orr Ranch, Makawao. r.ft Maui, !
nvr i.h, by thR-T.j.s. i;reen. iirar i". mcii.
nt iioooi.iiu. to I rinou a. l., iiy dausht-rcf Mr.
i:hrlca jk . of Tiverton. R. I., J-rwvrly f l-iliama, M iu .
n m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m t
.. DIED. '.
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l iinri-In So FranclM-., Autu-t Hih, A. Mitkci.
ag-l 41 year., a nai.ve ,4 Farlh. Bav.r-t.an.1 Utterly a r-M-
b-nl of ihU 'iiy, whre hU family ikw resi.l.-,
pr.srci la tki city. September 11th. J.i'trii Rr.voi n,
infant son f Cap. Jowph R. an.l Fmily J. r-pen.'-r, 1 11
nvmths an.1 i laya.
A Hew Reason for Reciprocity.
A Nova licuti correspondent f the New York
Trihun advocates a reciprocity with the lVtninl.in
n the grrund cf the great g tia to be derived from
Ihe eanstraetion of composite ships. He affirms that
the fram, for these en n not De bronunt irrtm i.ngir,a
i. r.v . ut..
111 lilll II IfllUBUJ I'JMU-nr. '-. - - nu. m
to gt his iron frames from thc United States, for !
ihe fonow in g reasons:
JSZSU XS-L'-S-i XXZJZ
I.aihler who nay undertake the contruciion of a
composite ship will have jut 12 per cent, the less j
iron to pay It, while his ship will be ! 12 r-r
cent, lighter, and therefore, et-frrM jmrihui. ct 12 I
Ier cent, higher carrying capacity if he chose to em- i
ploy American irm in.tead cf ISriti-h. Cost cf the
coaatwiae transhipraent u also trininz Comparel to
the, trans-atlantic. And the iVminion tariff frees
f verything to ahip-. making no discrimination j
-ST -.rri.h., -'iT.W -
ihich are tuhject to 1C per cent. aJ ralorem pro. j
He.l it be declared for ship's use. This is thc es j
- - i-.: . t . u: . a. l.l t i.a M.!nMi;p
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which permits Anserietn eititens to Duy an i register
at home Cnadian-boiIt foreign-going tonnage, and
the American flg will be rapilly restore! to its
wonle.1 rosilion the niehway OfnafloE!, born. I
l.. lythat class of vessels which will most noart
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approximate the ideally perfect 6h;n, ontit ecppcr be.
cumes s cheapened that she may he realized in tb.it
The writer maintains that composite vessels are
much better tbn iron or wood tonnage. With iron
train, water-tight compartments can be made, and !
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the bottom coppered, which is a very great alTant- !
whieh. ontside cfthe IVminien. has never rankel i
high for .hip-buil ling parposca. H certainly would !
After ouotina: an article from the Bulletin about the !
. . a . k a
amoant of freight-money to be earned this year by i
follow' r'1 WltU f WhCat
puts Ul Case 8 loitows. ,
Kat rennvlvni inDnmonzers step iu and sy ,
that the whole country would be rained if Americans j
Jw iaZJnX SS tTet
cVT rroeperitr to the United States is attaincl by i
4?cmpmD$c Amerioans to stick their banH in tlinr :
come to Sin FrancL-w. tJr instance, to the number j
i.fCfOio aeason, carry rff the grain, and earn this
9 is.um.w ui ire gn.. i K"" -j
onr prospemj .mia .m
locker if Americans should buy tiOJ foreign ships.
- mil nm OOO Olkl rear '
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The basmess men cf Mn 1 ranciiCO scoull Wc iiu :
tim in tearnin whv that S 12. .J0.oo anuuallv i
com petition for freights that lo bny American ships ,
ankra crTJ,DS "ft1?"11 10 C iBl
Th case is not so bad as the H'urU makes it. i
The high Una oo iron lias au tne iiaits ana ex- j
protection h neeaea. iuc.oii.-una nupivmiMtit
how that, even with the high prices of American
iron, there wool ! be decided ajranuge iu hviog i
Jr Skto"cU fre TofldatV.4t wVl!.lthe
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hip-builler at borne h all thU advantage, wht- ;
hu ill thia ajvantage, wni-
Cans lian to-day would only be ;
7, TuVte Tiered on Ut !
pK.i. 1 to foreigners ior carrying s.aiuorm snrai ; d.-irsmtr tlic i-rK-cts ot a Li'-aii. l.ecirrocity ana naming mm im. new wtiie in iouo, inc iircar mr a sicvtt tt a
.....I. iU. mik In fh first T!er thev i . " . 1 . .. . . 1 . . r-...... .,:i.i . i n.u .--i ... . .. lllvli ThA, ilAbik.f.1 l-LA,
uiK-i.j ;v ...... .v ipamigrati-in, have openeu up a ncia M actnn in ia .kugun. m, w pica up me oii. i
t:ZfH& todoio ; in the which, if government has but the ability and the j The dragging for the cable commenced August j Japanese cmhrei.las
piaee. tnry cmuni uj " . vvui, creat tnngi may te ftciiieveo. h-uu h. miiising n i-j nnai.cuu mc . jm. --mtji-tr-- m - -w -w
ima an.1 otber shio-tmiMtn raarenals jrives 'b . ' .. . . t-.i. . t v . - , ,. JtXSSOJr XOCL Slllik.
ihe ownerVofforeign-baiit .hips so great an a lvant-. rvliirn 10 tne sni.ject oi a -at,..nai ; ... - a u .n iu., ,
.i over th owners of Araeriaaa-bailt ship in the i Agricultural Sx:iety : the mode in which such t fight for hve minutes', a long, mmy monster, . .e. U.v, , !!
ever it may be. The Cans ban to-day would only Le ; j.rjt.t.-.r o( that plantation who should produce . milcfl long, and seven and a half inches in-cir-,00
gUd to havei J7u2- satisfactory Vrf or tle hot management of ' eumferenoe.
tiwn eatimaUoo, emoo.Jy a. I tutt are cQereJ on tne 1 f . 0 ; ...... .
part of the iron-makers cf Great UnUia. nnen
Reach undertook to build the Pacific Mail steamers
. a . a t .1 W - -
he showed before a committee of Congress that he
could build them so low that there could be no ad
vantage gained ia having them built on the Clyde.
He has, we believe, made good his statement The
UriU'oa Iron ought to be redaeed, bat it cannot
fkirlv be said that it is aa insuperable obstruction to
- . ara - . oka W Tk M l"
.hlp-buildios; in th rntts-l Srste. ft. F, Bulletin. .
.... . .till ' 11. j 4. -fjj. rn we nilI I ) I'll .tut- ruuuivioic 4 e -i . t
1 t. . t t...P - I -.ilvl t
i.". M' " i -
nrit f.jyg ,f,c TKorl rtervwhere sirui- the King a
I lojal,r.d lartj reor.iiori. Uu the arrirn! of
thr p.-h.-.itrr off the jrl.a r-.vl auue wr.
fired fr m rnrchl battf ry. and Hh Majesty ;
t. -( met nt the l-ndir.s by Hi- Ks. t. I rair.i",
jjj, p- AttTnT '.ner'.l -'Tilev, lJ- T III
! II . n. V I.
M h'.nu . '!- Allen nnd -Indd,
.Tmi. t.M.c :- of H-- nidife j-ajr t-.tiil -d
t, a.u.ip,,..,,., - ,
ditry. irterted t.- a lel iiirpf. (.mj'nd
entoni. oiUr -Lin H mhrra u- inat tr.e r..i-
live, are i,bed with exaggerated and erroneou-
newt in regard to tf Ixn B.ll, and Ilociprocity. ,
nd ihe genrr-I of 11.4 Maje-tj and the ,
i.ovcrmuut, which iewfi they obtain from the
only native i,ew?Ipe. jubh-hcl-the kvkoa. ;
Ue have had oecHMon more thai, once to romt .
outthecler.tly main-. dMoyl i.nd w,eke.
iaWter-ntaii.jiM cf that sheet. I
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li,: ISana.va Jim: flcunrhn. well l.rie, it,iru,t
L- cure, and it a!w ciomandn a ready wile. ;
Yet we doubt if an order to-morrow for a thou- j
sand bunehef could Ie prr.mptly fille! in thi city,
,lfre are raw'n. The banana grows
I rincir8lJy in ihe wllej Blltere.l from the rTe- j
Tauinj; inuie-wiritw, ana iHirnruiariy in ine ivb-
lihi valley. The patehes where thc Irtut is j
grown as a buinew, are accewible only with .
rack aniiual. , and moetly horte and mulefl are
u.ed to j( k to market. One animal will bring
generally two bunches, m that to place a thousand
bunches alon.id- a ?e 1 for shipment in one
Jay, woo Id neceafitate tl employment of ftTe
hundred jrfick animale -erKugh to eat op all the
feed in tho valley. Now the oonstruction of a
cart road into that Talley, whereby two or three
ox carts could do the work of two or three doxen
f the miserable apologia for horses that now
jack bananas to market, would, it strike us, bo j
an enterprise well worthy the attention of the j
Minister of thc Interior. '
W'z liao jromi-'cd our-elves and onr realtors
for the future to treat with silent contempt the
slanders and j-crsonalitioa of the Gazette and
wc -hall continue to do so whenever it directs its
attention to us alone but a paragraph in its
issue of this week is such a base and unfounded
attack on an absent individual, that we nre con
strained to briefly show up its malignity. The
editor in the paragraph in question, quite plainly
cives his readers to understand that Mr. W. M. j
fiibsoii is the writer of the letter from Honolulu
which apj-earod in the San Francisco Chroiurjp '
of August 10, and in proof of that position
he state- that a gentleman Itas " shown us a :
letter received bv him from the publisher of the i
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t hrouric, accepting hi- services as a correspon
dent at Ilon-dulii, Ac. The letter is 4dreried to '.
I the gcntlem;ui wh brought it to us, care of the ;
; Iiuuiigration icty. We may here etate !
; that no on" sinq.eets the gentleman referred to of
being a newspajcr Correspondent.) Thc Mantte
then eommentin; savs : The writer of the
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letter in the ( hromcle, whoever he may be, is
eTjj-nt. connected with the Immigration Sci-
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oty, and may Lave suggested thc .vocietv s box
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,. f c.nnt, for receiving- ret.lie " Ac
as l,,c "0,!t onannei ior receiving i.j.ne, .c. i
nc wh-'lc Tara:rarh is one of thc clearest illus- :
irir li III. til r.-ii - . . - -
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put in print ; fr our readers will hardly lc pre-
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parol to hear that on, in, or a'K.ut the envelope
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of the letter in question sllOWII to the editor of
the Ga-.rttr, there are no such words ns ''care of '" t'o "ier
th Immigration &iav " .' Thiw is the Gazeitc iblc an laiglish and a French that were suc
j rove-l without any question to have rtelilierately j cessively laid after the cable of 18GG had become
and maliciously framed and uttered a faLschfol, : an established fact. Recently the announcement
i for the sole l nrrosc of iniurin an absent man.
Morcvcr the reference to thc correspondence in
thc ChronieUiA August lOih, in a falsehood by
implication, as it bad evidently no connection
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with itie wonderful letter receivetl ova e-entleman
in this eifv. To satisfy the curiosity or our
reader wecoiy the letter, vrhotim et literatim;
"SO. F,c,,c. SU. A.f IW
' lr Mr our note of 3-1 June
dJj reaehe-l us accompanying letter, which we
rath.he.l in tbe Sanday Chronicle of 2d ins t. We
will pleased to have you send ns a letter once a
month. oars respectfully, ..
Uias. pr..ocsQU, per Jl.
Sveral months aoo we offered thc suggestion
L ticv) columns that a revival of the old Koyal
fan Agric1.ur.l Socio.- .U
i.ic. I hat suggestion met with mncii approval
nt ,im, from oorresnon. tents and others, but
c. i f i, n.i y-tll i f i an e to r.a harn rwn l-ftn in the
r - r ' i' i- y-
piuntter. Just at this time, when we are look iDg
nl.Mit fr the means of awakening the Interest of
,. . - . - . a a i
I-T '""Bir"" r' 'i "
11 . 1 . o..-
ing our rer30iirctt,t IS wuuiu rT'in 10 it; a utting
moment to inaugurate such a society. The ben.
cfits that would result to the country at large
from thc operations and tho influence of n vigor-
lv manasM asociation of this sort, will be
,,n hrief reflection, but vet no one seems
indincl to take thc initiative in its formation,
And exrerienes shows that in this community,
wlltLer rrorrlv or not, government through its
ackn3wle.!ged leb is pretty generally expected
if not rciuircd, not only to foster and support
cntcri ri- undertaken for the public ad-
vanta-, bt to take thc lead in their inception if
n .t in fact in their onzinal concertion. lhey
Jo ttlc tit;ns differently in well, in almost
every oilier country. Hut the fact must be ad-
mitted that her- government is expected to lend
in.trn,i c,f f i I'M? iu enterprises pro bono pi. A-
m - r -
tai.ee ainl ne-sity of h.tYiDg thc right sort
nicu ju Jh,iterial r-.eitionB men of cnlargetl
T;,.w? f.j ai!d enterprising. And further, when
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tj UXi-?ITJT A I IT. 1 ' a 'v r-- Ilk) VVA1V1II"U -' Awa. A AJ
it r: . : . . .., .t.,.i:,i
j1HW:m i.vi, nv uij ajiivT-m iTiii. rj.ii.uuiu
opivrtunitics area ffjrde.1 lor the exercise ol ttos
n ... ...... .
qualities in a Ministry. 1 ho Legislature in en-
a p.ctj ni!.ht immenselv promote .ur proffer-
ity arc many and varied, but primijally pcrhars j
in arranzine for and ofTerinz rrcmiums to incite I
. r.:,,iuction and enterprise. In a gen. rsl way, .
fr which premiums could be advantigeriusly J
4,fl,,r. First, then, Me would offer a g..ld
l' p,'ilflb,J ineeriJ, together with a sura in
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ni'-ney w i,iss. f aiuru u mc jo-
jrfr of that plantation who should produce .
titor, proof of tl bet management of '
m.-ney say jl,0i.l to le awarded to theirs-
laoor, uuricg a gucu ritu, u jrgntu cejs:-
cinlly to aflnitary matters, houses for families,
food, schooling for children, and treatment gen- j
erally. To be effective and ensure competition,
there should be second and thd prizes oflered in I
this connection. Then a prize offered for the I
largest v,ff.H plantation. that i, the one having
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the largest number of l.earioi: tree. would tu- :
rrrcrnUo in tint direction. Iheic is r.o !
come from? Ae wi unJcr-tanJ the Ioan Hill
ja-f-ed hy 'tJ.e Ugirlature the other day, it &n
tlVor'ixe" the eipenditure of m-ney for tl en-e.-.uiatnrnt
of nriilturc. In jnting jTemiiims
therf f r-, the g.-vr rnnnt could jay oat its own
hnd-, shif h would be cqtmalent to co5h
-hall we hav ti e .Nniior.nl AjTi-MilfiiTi!
riefr . t bein with '.'
TRANS ATLANTIC TELEGRAPHY.
I'roiu sriti" Miror we have betn lf. d t
, - - tfc3t onr ticle nn ..Tb- Traneific '
k - v . .
Iu-rai.- in trc ADT.RTihER ol the -"Ji tilt uiio.
- -,:r...t ... .i..a
T-,naMc informati.jn on a mibjeet f t much
inUfeml dwUrrs & litf.M L-L.ndi. And we
u r f . . rj f JV,,grft. u
AtjHllti(.t M Jth ftn a(V0IUlt ,.f tflC j.-,..;,;,,;,
Iium,,ef aj ,t ff !aTing f,f l0 fn oaMe!3
Jn ---,;,,. Th-,? wul, tlie t or
oomjnaniIf we fmi our at pr-Pent unable tV
, ut fl, rrr wih;n
The idw of a tubmanne bl. gi.ph acruw the
Atlantic, wai entertained by lVofeP?or Mor?e as
early n 184.1 ; and in 1850 the Atlantic Telegraph ;
Corcjny was rirmel, chiefly through the oxer- j
tioiui of Cyrue W. Field. The f,r.t attempt to j
my ra im in-imci m .i unuir, ..nui- i.
break when .'.00 milen at wa. In l 8, the j
exjriment of laying the cable was made again,
and after three more breakage, the work was
accomj.liHhed on the 5th of August. Hut. in the j
words of Lieutenant Maury, in hi Physical
fJeography of the Sea, it was "a Fplendid
failure." Imjerfect messages were pent through
at fint, but there was soon an absolute cessation
of telegraphic signals, and no effort, were avail
ing to resuscitate thc current of electricity.
Maury wrote in 1800, " The idea of a telegraph
from England or Ireland along this focean lottoni
plateau to America, seems after the splendid
failure of 1858 to have been abandoned, chiefly
however on account of the electric difficulties
which stand in the way of so long a circuit'
At a banquet given in honor of Cyrus W.
Field, at New York, November 15th, 1SC0, in
speaking of the cable of 1858, that gentleman
paid : " It spoke, though only in broken sen
tences. Hut while it lasted, no less than 400
messages were sent across the Atlantic. You alt
remcmlier'the enthusiasm which it excited. ' It
! was a new thing under thc 6un, and for a few
weeks the public went wild over it. Of course.
when it stopped, the reaction was very great, j
ni n . t ia'
ivitM j irrrrc dumh u ni aiirLiii"i-i .r.m f 9--kiifvViP i
a - B'. W V- w . vr a ' v. aWk.- 'IIIV lllVllkLIIV
1 1 . .
it was all a hoax; and many were quite sure that
, , ,, ,y . . i -
it never woiked at all. That kind of odium wc
i i j -..j . e i . .-.i i
havc Lad to endure for eight' years, till now. 1
.. ... ., " . . .. .,
trust, we Lave at last -llenced the unbelievers.
Mr. Field was iiubucd with jierscverance and j
an undjing faith that all thc difficulties could
V-A .sd r.t-AiMiiA Ol..) 1 k Ct r. ..l i nnl a.nkV lii-.t
J J 1 .
J . ,
i He succeeded in obtaining from his own and the
British ;overnmei)ts the needed resources to
manufacture a new c-able. In July, 185C, the
..... . . .
srrt w ia hlA IiOlnni. I-r.l VAni sr l-4.. I V l n 4 -sr. I-
new cable having been completed, the attemjt
was repeatcl with the steamer Gn
R'l thc W estern end of the cable wr
as landed at
ew Foundland, without mishap, in fourteen
days. It Continued In wr.it atriafVictr.rily frouu
i ,. ... , , ,
i 'ftt t,m until last year, when by some means it
' , . f . . .
i reoamf? broken, and could not le uscl for thc
. . .
1 irjinsmision of teleoTimn RiiBincsa .lnr nrr tt,.-
! m' SIOn 01 lcl0gramS- lISinee3 tlurillg tl.C
. ! - o-.:.. .... - r i i . . i
! n,a,1 inni lIie nroKen caoic was .iicces-lully
I repaired, and in working order, so that all three
! were in operation, and thc Anglo-American Cable
! nInj re about to lay a fourth. Tho opposi-
' t ion cable the section of which between Ilibra.
l,ua "lo,ei l"e ttcuon oi wnicii neiwecn liaiuax
T I V t I . .
: rtD(I 1Je h in New Hampshire was finished
in Ju,J probably completed and in working
! or- V, .hi. U T. nr. five Uj.
j her ween England and America, whereby it would
j that the tolls for message-Phould be re-luced
, real,onabic ratee
l reasonable rates.
Miortly after the cable of 13Go was fairly in
-orLin ord-r Alf Field rea)1Te(i ft meB3tlc of
; Dgratulation from Mr. Ferdinand de Lesscps,
i the rrorrctor of the Sue Canal. . It was dated
i ' JT!
, i - -" --w..v .u a-c
anllanti at half-past ten a. si. Let us look at
i . i i.i . a i
i tic giooe, ana see over w nai a space mat message
flew. It camo from thc land of the Tharaohs
and the Ptolemies; it passed along the shores of
Vrripa. nn.l . iirupr ihn Modltprrnnmn Oemn
j 7 ' .V "7"7"
nuiro than a Irinncnnri m.Ioa ,a Affilfo if il.nn
1 - ... ....... .v ...v-, .v
leaped to the continent of J-.nrope, and shot
j across Italy, over the Alps and through France,
nrsr t,,e English Channel to London ; it then
flashed across tngland and Ireland, till from thc
c"f& of Valentia it struck straight into the At-
j hnVic. darting down the submarine mountain
! which lies off the coast, and over all the hills and
valleys which lie beneath the watery plain, rest- j
ing not till it touched the shore of thc - New
I 0"J- In that morning s flight it had passed
I a . rs . a . a a .
nTer onc-f...orth of the earth's surface, and so far
j outstripped the sun in its course that it reached
. .,.:. ..: .t. 1 u.r . .- . t.
! ,l U"1IUU "J' " wits sent, r
To undeif tand this, it must bo rcmeinVrcd that
j earth revolves from west t, east, and when i t
: ,s eiwriK in New ork it is ltwccn fc and 9
I 0 f-OCK in .lexanarm in r.sypt ; and wlicn it .e .
; t in the f?rmr rrc' lt " nenr,-v 9 oVlxk ;
; ' e evening in the latter.
; f 'ne of the most icniarkable featn of eugtneer '
ing g was the picking up of the cable of 1
186V. lost at sea. Ausust 2d. At the time of i
1 . -a .-k W.-k m a. - .
1 T.artin. 1.213 miles of cable bad boon mlti r.ni
, g -r-.. I 1
anu an attempts w rvgaiu u naa oeen uscieee on
' . - ... ..... . ,
account oi mo inenicicncy oi tue apparatus used.
fresh from thc ooze of the ocean's bed, but our
men began to cheer eo wUdly tint it seemed to
be frightened, and suddenly broke away, and
went dwn into the sea." It sunk four times. !
. , - r - .
thirty times, a permanent union wss made with
the csil on Ixiard the Great Eastern, on September
2d. It wss found uninjured and in perfect work-
, r.-1 i i .
ing order. Tho grappling ropes were twenty
in regara to tne aurarunty 01 suDmarine caoies,
as made siuce l6rt, we quote from Mr. Field
To those who feared that our cables might le I
used up or wear out, I would say, for their relief, I
that the old cable works a little better than the .
new one, but that is because it has been down
. . . .. .. ..
linger, a time improves the quality nf gotta
... .. . ft : I J . 1 li. - . o . i . i
ycrci.a. i.ur. u.e t.ew vim is c uMum gr.iue
Utter. To show how delicate arc these wonder-
back again, with a battery formed in a lady's
thimble ! And now Mr. Collett writes me from
Heart's Content : I hare just sent my compli
ments to Valentia, with a lattery oomrced of a
gun-cap. with a strip of line, excited by a drop
of water, the pimrlo balk of a tear!' A tele
graph that will do that, we think nearly perfect."
;VVe bcliTe l!t but few jrKHi can bo f.uuid j
t this dav, who dc4y that foret are the !
i-roteetor, of ngncuUure.l m met tr.at ne.r ,
. T -. . - MI t if n i
iTf?enoe in a rnuiury uwpp.ii h.hm-
i .i.;,oKi.. lY.l. r ti .Ui. shido ol the forest is
' -.hdlerfd lrom evajoiation the treasure-, of water
that girc jrjrity, abur.d.incc and l-riincps to
thc human ;lv5 Mr. H.,l-tcin in IU lec-
(ure on this rohieet :
7:..,. .vrCfit9 are net only the uithfal keeper, of
car water !urrIy, and draw by ceoling the atmos-
- phere the Tspor-laden clouds to their neighborhood;
f j darc to g0 eTn farth(1.t an, vent are the assertion
that forests also act their part in the manufacture of
raia.i Ahc atmo?rhere in it- comrwhion contkins
r.nla' Tery sniall amoant of hjdrogen as 1 to
. f --.. .,, 2n of exren. Hvdroeen
gM tl the lightest of U known eubstancoB, 10
times lighter than oxygen and 11 times lighter than
air. Oxygen and hydrogen form in all plants, from
tne biaae or crass to the stately tree, a largo amount
of their composition, chemically combined. Whea
j.Unts decay and rot, they undergo a slow process of
combustion, and decomposition takes place and those
gnses are eet free and float np ia the air. Oxygen
and hydrogen gases when combined as 8 parts of
oxygen to 1 of hydrogen form water; or in other
words, 9 pounds of water is the combination of 8
pounds of oxygen and 1 pound cf hydrogen gas.
Who will dispute that these gases, when liberated
from the immense masses cf decomposing leaves,
branches and fallen trees that are annually added to
the ground of the forests, rise quickly into the air
and in meeting vapor-laden clouds augment and
effect the combination to produce showers of rain, in
the cool atmosphere of the forest ? It was a saying
of the Indians in Texas, 'American man make rain,'
and I have heard Mexicans in California make the
I f-r A .Alna.T- V 1, XT . .- 1 A Til OflCQ I. HI Q 11 T I. fi V A
rain ? Because rain was the consequence of the de
composition of vegetation that was produced by the
thousands of acres of land that were turned under
by the industrious plowshares of the hardy pioneers,
and the wide fields of cotton and of grain that in
their small capacity acted the part of forests. I here
repeat again, what I observed before, if we want
to preserve these islands a home for oar children, we
must not only preserve our mountain forests but re-
lUilUl AUI I.IO aU'-A uiuico V nv,o AJVa a-i rvur;uui v )
' . . . i 1
; or in a few years resort to flight, and leave the coun-
; . , ... . ... ---
i try once called the gems of the ocean.'
j ... , - . ,
e have been po impressed with thc impor-
- ,. , , r.
lance of this subject, that wc have left unim-
J . '
proveu iiy opjHjiiuuiiy, uuniig ecvemi year.
to direct public attention to it, in the hoje of
arousing sufficient interest to ensure the accom
pliehment of a general system of tree-plantin
throughout the islands. In some few praise
worthy instances (like that of Captain Makee, at
LTupalakna, on Maui) land owners themselves
have appreciated the value of trees, and have
planted extensively. Government, however,
should be foremost in this work, by lending its;
aid and encouragement. Let there be a School
of Forestry established at Punahou, at Lahaina
luna, and perhaps at other prominent educational
institution. The knowledge of how to plant
and rear young trees will jtovp in after years
quite a valuable an acquisition to the student as ,
some other accomplishments wo wot of, and
vastly more conducive to the benefit of the coun
try at large. Look at the beautiful young groves
or F.ucalyptus that a very few years have sufficed
to produce on luast Maui, and then consider what '
might be accomplished on the now barren hills
of iHhu ,
Or. F. M oiler, a liermr
man writer on Forestry,
e probably possess
inless zones of the
in Australian vegetation w
the means of obliteiating the 19
globe, to spread at last woo'ls over onr deserts, and .
thereby to mitigate the distressing drought, and to
annihilate, perhaps, even that excessively dry heat j
evolved by the sun's rajs from the naked ground 1
throughout extensive regions of the interior.
How much lasting good coold not be effected,
then, by mere scattering seeds of onr drought-resist- ;
ing acacias, and eucalypts and casuarinas, at the i
termination of the hot season, along any water
course, or even along the crevices of rocks, or over j
bare sands or hard clajs, after refreshing showers?
Even the rugged escarpments of the desolate regions i
of Tunis, Algiers, and Morocco might become wood- j
cd j even tho Sahara itself might have its oases vastly
augmented; fertility might be secured again to the
Holy Land, and rain to the Asiatic plateau, or the
desert of Atacania, or timber and fuel be furnished
to Xatal and La Tlata."
IS IIF.REBY GIVEN TO ALL PARTIES
concerned asrainst harhorin; or trusting my wife BERTH A
liLEASON, ai I ihsll not be responsible for anv of her d' bts
whatsoever. JOHN GLEAPON.
Honolulu, September 10th, 1S7I. St
20,000 CHINESE FIRE BRICKS !
UECEIVED PER EDWARD .A.MF.S
'.'.Vi For Sh. by BOLLK 4- CO.
j X. I O 11 1
BARK EDWARD JAMES!
ARRIVED FROM HONGKONG.
: TIIITF. AXD COLORED
Italian Matting, Kalian Chairs,
f-.r:s rt-pe. Pear.nt n;t.
SMs Camphrr 1'i in k-
Stitfltil Wiif7 lf',-
! J.iifini'ft HT?v,
Canvis Shoes, turiw .-! j pers. Clothes Bakt,
ST l m. Vt rappms Tap'r, Pn.) I.riw, lrinl pile.
; GOLD AXD silver JEWELRY:
; To.t. rrvMsi js-i.-- fi-nti.,.. n m i la.i;.,
.. 0li ltr,.k ,nJ g,,. -or,
SINGLE & DOUBLE SUGAR MAT BAGS !
AND A GREAT VARIETY OF
OTHER CHItlESE GOODS '
Ti1 NrMERor? to mfntjon
top. AI.F. I'.Y
AFONC & ACHUCK.
0.5 9i iy
NEW GOODS JUST
iTIOKNKV AT LAW AXD VOI.K MOK
MArFACTlKIK 4l DKILIKIV ri&MTISK
l . AIL KINM.
Turmfg inJ f-li;c .l.ir.c . th" rer-1 rervnal frta?- A
Tkrir-ly rf Ko HciX rwu, T-'r l-s:, Kr., a!ir-y r,n Kan .
TT Qt$t from to lh?r U r.;c pron.pt ct.'--
tion. " 'v-l 'f-
uciiuiiic rtcucn uuicwcu uuuia i
Genuine French Screwed
n rr.noh SnrflWAfl RnntT! i
W W U M1U W AAWUWM W W V W V r I
A FRESH LOT
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM PARIS !
and ron ?u.f. pv
fii lm M. S. (-KINBAIM X CO.
MR. II. SCHMIDT AM) .MR. II. H1KM-tNSCHNt-llLR
will sign our firm name -er pnx-ura-Uon
from this datP. II. RACKKKl.O K CO.
nonnlulu, SV-fvtcmlwr lt. 1ST 4.. i04 St
ESTATE OF JOHN RIDLEY, alias
Charles Ridley, Deceased.
JOHN' RIDLEY, A LIAS (UARI.LS RID
LK V, a British nbjr. having dird intrstatf, the nndrr
?i(rnil rf qursls nil Creditors of th ahore mate to prrnt
their claims to him for fnHtlemDt, aD'l all debtors to the eifat
t" make Immediate pajment to him.
(Sipned) J ABIEn HAY WODKHOtf-.
fi. B. M.'k Commi
isioQfr and Consul Oenrl lor the
Honolulu, gept. 2, 1.7A.
(941 Ira) Hawaiian Ixlaqd.-
TO LOVERS 0FG00D BUTTER.
HAVIXO INCREASED MV FACILITIES
for the M ANl'FACTCKE OF rll'TTKR, I km now pre
pared to furnih a limited namler cf familica, tn addition to
present customer", with K superior article, delivered fresh
from the Dairy, every WF.DNK-DAY AND SATURDAY.
The proximity of my Dairy to the City, its elevated position,
the abundance of fresh water, air and frch grass, the appli
cation of the moot approved modern proeesa of manufacture,
with my personal attention to all the details, and the most
scrupulous regard to neatness in its every atafte, from the
cow to the customer, enables me to ensure an articlP, unequall
ed in thc miu-kct, And At a reduced price.
WU 3. II. WOOD.
TO LET !
A COTTAOF. ADJOINING THE COL-
lcge Building at Pttnahoa. flood accommoitations for
a large family. Carriage noose, etc., water laid on.
It has a large yard. For further particulars, apply to
mya s5. N. CASTLE.
OFPICF. OF GOVERNOR OP OATir,
t , ... . August 27th, 1874. , . i .
TO VENDORS OF POI.
fJMIF. INDERSIGXED WILL 1XVITF.
TENDERS FOR FRESH PAI AI !
to be delivered at the BARRACKS OF HONOLULU daring
the year next ensuing after the a irst lay of October next.
The Pal Al innst be delivered twice per week, on sue, days as
may be directed by the Captain of the Royal Guar ), and in
such quantities as he may order, and shall be liable to the in
SDection of such oflioers as may be appointed for that purpose:
and if rejected by them, such rejection shall be final. The
Huantity required will be probably
1. GOO POUND? PER WEEK I
The successful bidder will be required to give a bond
approved security for the performance of his contract.
BIDS ARE INVITED BY THE POUND.
The undersigned does not bind himself hereby to accept Ihe
lowest or anv tender that may be made. Tenders must be
made in writing and sealed, and they will be examined at
12 O'CLOCK, SEPTEMBER 15.
at my Office in Aliioisrj! building.
.INO. O. DOMINI?,
Governor of Oab.4.
G. BREWEft & GO
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
Expected to Arrive iu October next,
j American Clipper Ship Syren
Sales to Arrive will be made
X Y C O O p
A MOSK K.lfi DENIMS, AMERICAN
i. PRINT3, newest styles.
Prtrl River Denims. Manchester Detiims, Blue DrllW.
Tare Cider Vinegar, Qr. lbU Clear Pork,
Pepper ?aue.', Kingsford's Corn Biarch,
Raps Black Pepper, Kitts No. 1 Maekerei,
Tomato Ketchup, Yarmouth Com,
ceSCIVR I'AHKK.K 1IOI SK SOIPSX
Ore. n Pes, Salt Water Soap.
fisfon'9 Family Jvr :,
PROVISIONS AND NAVAL STORES.
IUrr's Mss Pork,
rV Near Re.it'ord Pilot Brea.t,
Bsrrels Southern Pitch,
Barrels Southern Pitch,
Barrels No. 1 ln;i..
jii T'ics Heiim "'til, Casks Cumberland Coal.
Tn Co-feet Cei.i.o It.,arJ Whale P.orit.
Nt Tl-.if'.r i Oil ?hooks,
N-w Bedford Cordace, 1 1 to .'.J inch. .
N"W Bedford Whal? Line,
. . . r I 'ospfr Paint, 1 prU. containers.
Leren.?n Crton Devk, No. 2 to 0.
A Choice Lot of Ash Oars, 10 to 22 Feet !
ii ai.oav aijb:.
l . .rcoiil lr."JL,
rianf- v 11!. !. 't-'.
II..)' Cmrs No. 1, a, 3,
2 1 S Ke (hi Xnila. A said. Siea Na SUea
Bir It?i1nr-. Amrr.:esn If-n, aor(ed s.z';
.-werti'h Iron. Norway Shspe.
Z 11 -op Pails, '- llfrifrerat.-r,
Wo-i jMnt Chair'. i0 rt 7. An Handles,
.'Tr' Wah l!oa.-('. 0 dr.i. Birrh Krcnm
Vermoiit Ox Row?, 1:, 2 inch.
100 CASES CARD WATCHES !
A -.e, ki.-,rt merit of Ah I'lar.k .
White INdo, 1, 1 i. 1, 2 incli's,
Blk W Waln-it, I. , :l irn-he,
i''-.!r ?ont BoaHs,
Whil' Osk pl,u.i.
Composition Nails ! 1
l.'ail.'r I'.' lticst. Paper l!e. t'liii.lrr n' permurriilalor.
J m-risn .id Sprintj Carrvall-.
'or'-t Hair, Ruhhor Psi k.n".
Lump Blak, 1-ttjailiiy BaM-iit M.-'t:.!
CniiNtic Ibocln .
Eastern Pine Keg and Bbl. Shooka!
FIVE IICNDRED CRS
D'TSL&T KOOOlVOd. !
and Other Lato Arrivals.
BBVT I'ALE AhO. In C-. -t i W.
(IimI i'wpe A; Co. ixl McK'.
BKST XXI i'OKTER ia ?Ur Joj. I E4 qori
II II IIS. OP IMI V IAl.K ALJ!-!rtiw''''
CENKVA-.. .ov .la;a M Sunt' P-ltf.-.
i II F. N F PS A N O t A RTF. BRAN O V
JAMAICA Rl M- n Wcv-.j .-,
in K..TH :-
- vrnv ni.T.
SCOTCH AMI IRI!II WHISK F.Vr UV
Mil K MAi-k ---. - . - -
,,.., ..v w.hkki-i,,m
BOt RRO.V WIIISKKV iu
CI! A M PACS X K op,"r!'or lrn.t. piiU- r. Qukrt.
Ml -RR V lo Quarter Cl.
FIX F.ST (ll.ll 1'ORT AMI .F.RRV-'tn
! II F.ST HRAXDS OF I'LARRT-in FUmie.
' R II INF. WISH o HS"rent tratx- (VKRY OIIKAt. )
TO ARRIVE PER BARQUE RIFLE
Dae In all Ihl Mih.
ALES. PORTER, SHERRY, . PORT,
of ih Cel-hrtM Carte Rm Brk. .
KRANDV. 4V Jkc. fcr.
For Pair by the rnileraigneil.
9il F. T. L.EXKHAV 4W "Q.
CHELSEA LAUNDRY !
Hosolvi C, II. I., inly 7, lt."C
. . . . an w rara a an af m k tT
OX A X D AFTER TUW UAl i nr. j i
LOWING KATES will be charged on all wcrk done at
this Laundry t ....
(ienlleiMkk-a k.iai. . ,
White or Cojnee Shirts, Polished, each. i
WhUe or Colored Shlrta, flain. each M
White or Colored Collars, lusnea, racn j
White or Colored Collars, Plain, each
White or Colored Cuffs, Polished, f pair
White or Colored Cuffs, Plain, V pair at
W hite Coats, eaeB
White Pants, each
White Veats, each
Cloth Coats, each - TV
Cloth Pants, each
Cloth VesU, each - lf
rndcrshirts, each J
Nightshirts, each "
Night Pants, each... J
Handkerchiefs, each ...,..
Socks or Stockings. V pair .
Underclothing, Plain, each Jl
Underclothing-, Starched, each S
Underclothinf, Starched and Fioied, for each Raffle ..10
Skirts, Plain, each " V" i
Skirts, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c for each Ruffle) each. .
Waists, PUin ""r:""v"o
Waists, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c lor each Ruffle) each. .14
Waists, Tucked or Fluted, and extra with lace, (and 10c
for each Ruffle) each
Dresses, White or Colored, Tlain .0
Dresses, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. for each Ruffle) esch. 80
Dresses, Rnffled with Heading, and etlra with
(and 25c. for each Ruffle) each
N ight Dressek, Plain, each
Night Dresses, with Fluting, each (8c. for each Ruffle).. .. . 8J
Nightgowns, Plain, each
Drawers, Plain, each
Drawers, Fluted, each.. SI
Waists, Plain, each
Skirts, Plain, each -
Skirts, Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Raffle). ..lo
Blips, Plain, each
Blips, locked or Fluted, each, (and lOc for each Raffle). ... SI
Dresses, Plain, each SI
Dresses. Tacked or Fluted, each, (and lOo for each Raffle).. 14
Socks or Blockings, V Pir 8
Table Cloths, Large, Plain, each 20
Table Cloths, Large, Starched, each. 26
Table Cloths, Medium, Plain, each 12
Table Cloths, Medium, tUarcbed, each 15
Table Cloths, Small, Plain, each CI
Table Cloths, Small, Starched, each 10
fthreta. Sincle. each. .................................. . CI
Sheets, Double, each t
Towels, each 31
Napkin, each 4
PiUow Slip", Plain 4
Pillow Slips, Starched 1
PiUow Slips, Fluted 10
Counterpanes, Large, each 25
Counterpanes, Small, each 12
Blankets, Large, each 20
Blankets, Medium, each 15
Blankets, Small, each 12
Window Curtains, Large, each ,20
Window Curtains. Medium, each
Window Curtains, Small, each 12
Mosquito Nets, each ., 50
MY MOTTO What l kTrlh dwisig stlikll. la
Wrlta doing well.
MY INTENTION TGlTSaiiaiketin I all
MV TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY.
I Respectfully Solicit the Public Patronage
TT Offlce at II. K. McTNTYRE ft BHO.'S Grocery. Feed
Store and Bakery, Corner of Fort and King Sts. Wagon calls
for all orders.
Jyl3qr . v W. M. WALLACE Proprietor.
MANILA CIGARS !
ASM ALL LOT OF THOSE SUPERIOR
quality CIOARH. just received. These Cigars, are like
those we had about one year sloee, and pronounced to be the
best article offered la thia market during the last twenty
years. Specially pnt tin for ns 200 cigars In a box.
ja.11 For 8aW by BOLLEfl CO.
Highest Price given for Hides and
ir a PPL V TO
LIFE INSURANCE GO.,
Life Insurance Company
IN THE UNITED STATES.
SAML 6. WILDER,
far ! Ilawaliasi lalanda.
RARE AND BEAUTIFUL
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DICKSON'S, 61 Fort St.
Paints and 0Il7
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For Sale by (ja2i) BOLI.KS CO.
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In all esses.
Mr. 1 SMITH kavirg withdrawn wi aeeotira rf ill hflth, I
will cr.lintie t.i llc-p'.ale wnh tilver both Herman .;'era"1
Will ula Repair SkUfi MarkUrtt
Manufa.ture Cnc. frVl Shells tn OoM t Hilveri In ahoit.
will mend kny small thint t.t i broken in Oold. Ki'.rer, Pe1
or Ivorv. .
la.ltwi am rriMOlki1y invited to rail and IY
IhIMISTIC DEWING MACIUNF. .,-..
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H. HACKFELD &.CO.
Or FKK FOR PALF. TIIK FOI.LOWINu
GOODS NOW LAtlDIHG
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE
II5 DJVS FROM BREMEN.
Pink I'ad Prints, Fancy Prints,
Dark Fancy Prints, Shawl Pattern Prims,
Thintx Tiints, White and niack TrlnH,
Turkey Red Potion, Assortment WhUe CottOBi,
Assortment of Drown Cottons, Bine Cottons.
Ilrown Cotton Irill, Pine Cotton Prill,
Heavy I Hoe lenims. Hickory Htripes.
lllne and White Tickings,
Pine Twilled Faxony Flannel, Plack Cobonrgs,
Black Silk Alpaca, Waterproof Tweedt,
Linen Wheeling, Colton Sheeting.
Woolen Blankets, Brown Cotton rVks.
lilies White Stockings, Mosquito Nettlo,
Victori Lawns, Linen Handkerchiefs,
Silk Hanlkerchiefn, Cotton Huck, Towels,
Black and Fancy Hilk Nrektie,
Black ami colored French Merinoes,
Lace Phawls, Linen and Cotton Threa t.
Patent Thread en cards.
Fine Cloths and Cashmeres for C-evtt and Pants.
Fins Black French Serge,
Bedford Cord, Twilled Sileaias,
Twilled Cambric, heavy Canvns for J.ioiog.
Assortment of Burlaps, Sail Twine
Pine Assortment of Clothimr
Knglish Sad'Hf", French Calfskins
I.uhin's Kxtraots, Ban de Cologne,
Macassar Oil, Fancy Hoap.
Black Jet and Fancy Ornaments,
Necklaces, Crosses, kc, Iniia Rnbtr Balls.
Fine Scissors, Common Peissors, Sheep Shear.
Pen and Pocket Knives,
Coco Handled Butcher Knives,
Charcoal Box Irons, Tinned Lantern.
Galvanized Iron Washing Tubs,
Ualv. Iron Buckets, flalv. Iron Pipe, 4 to 1D In
Saucepans, Spurs, Hoop Iron, Rivets,
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Composition Nails.
Toilet Mirrors, Feather Dusters.
Harmonicas, Accordeons, UoH Border.
Clun Powder, Market Banket.
Wrapping Paper, Nuremberg Toya.
Tumblers, Palm Oil, Caustic Soda,
Portland Cement, Flagg Stones, Slates,
Fire Bricks, Pipe Clay.
llubbnck's Linseed Oil,
Hnhbuck'a White Ziuc Paiot,
Black and Oreen PainU, Red Lead
A full assortment of Oman, French ssd Fng.
Lieblg's Extract of Meat, Ctndlet
faster Oil, Fpsom Halls,
far And Pitch, Corlage, Curl,
limply Petroleum Tierce,
limply Sjrnp Viercen.
Aaortel Clarcli, Rhine Wine.
Bontelleau's Cognac, 1 to 4 diamon-is,
German Ale, riarta and pints;
Jeffrey's Ale, do.
Jeffrey's Stout, do.
Lager lUer, do.
Bavarian Beer, do.
Genuine Hellajul'fl Gin,
Alcohol in 1 gallon demijohn.
HAVANA & GERMAN CIGARS.
A few Regulator Clock,
A SMALL INVOICE OF HEAVY O0LD
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The Trade nre InviirH tarrl ibrse New
Ussilt. wktrb sir stw kelan Osvreiarf
mi anr Slarr. .
H. HACKFELD t Co.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
fCPKRIOR OP ALITY. I
IS il'lk'Jitles tn S,iit ,y
HOI.LEC CO. .