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Am HACKFELD 6t CO.
Offer For Sale
TAB FOLLOWING GUS
HAWAIIAN BABE KA MOI
ON THE 24 OF NOVEMBER LAST.
QCEP PINK PRINTS LARGE PATTERS 8,
Aartmat Fncj Print, nw stjlra.
Wait Ground Print-.
Black and White PriaU. French MuaIuw.
H7 Blue Denlnu. plain and atripd.
Bine and Wnite Striped Ticking.
Brown Cottons assorted qualities.
Blue Cottons. Whits Cottons.
Horroeluss White Long Cloth. A and B. 36
inch snd 32 -Inch wide.
Lin-n Sbveuog. 72. 82. 90 and 100 inches wide.
Cotton Shevtlng. 63. 72. 80 aod 90 inches wide.
Victoria Lawn 7-yard pU-cen. aast'd quail ties.
Indigo Blue Flann-I. Black Silk Alpacas,
Black Cboorwv One and medium.
Tweed., all colors.
Silk Corah Handkerchief.
Turkey R-d and Tellow Cotton Handkerchief.
Lsdles' Cotton Hsndkerchiem,
Aasort-d Cotton Stockings and. Sock.
Linen Thread, Assorted.
Black snd Colored Silk Neckties, new styles.
Monkey Jackets, assorted qualities.
Heavy Woolen Blankets, Scarlet, Orange, Bine
Fancy FUnnel Shirt. Linen -Shirt. Cotton do.
Merino Finish Undershirt. Cotton Undershirts,
Assorted Burlap. French Callklns,
Genuine Esu de Cologne.
Hair Oil. Lnbln' Extraeu.
IndU Rubber Dressing Combs,
Fine Woolen Shawls snd Traveling Plaids,
Common Pen and Pocket Knives,
etasnrs. Common Scissors,
Spurs on Card. Iron Teakettles,
Galvanized Pails, 10 and 12 inch,
Galvanized Washing Tabs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machines.
Charcoal Box Irons.
Brlgftt Fencing Wire. No. 4, 5 aod 6,
Pull Asatm't of Best Refined English Bar Iron,
Muntz'a Yellow Metal Sheathing, and Compo
sition Nails. Block Tin,
Galvanized Iron Pipe. Hoop Iron.
Porous Water Monkej. Pressed Tumblers.
Cut Porta Glasses.
Hub buck' i Patent Wbite Zinc Paint,
Hubbucks Patent While L ad Paint,
Hubbuck'a Pale Boiled Linseed Oil.
Black Paint. Paris Green, Red Lead.
Caustic Sods. Best Lo Palm Oil.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GERMAN, ENCLI8H FRENCH
Livblg'a Extract of Meat.
Stearins Candles. 4, 5 and 6 to a pound.
Castor Oil. in tins and glass.
Suits in bulk snd boxe.
of Trunk. Birch Broom.
Wrapping Paper, Market Baskets.
irtmeot of Blank Books,
Press Copj Books, Shipping Receipt Books.
Sizes Horse Rope, Hemp Packing,
Se-uujarn, Flag Line, Log Line.
Marline aod Housing,
Swedish Safety Matches,
Devoes Kerosene Oil. in patent cans.
Heidsleck t Coa Cbampague. in qts. and pts.
Ruinart Pere FilV Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Uock, in qts. and pts.
Genuine Hollands Gin. in jugs and baskets,
Grauine Hollands Oin. in glass, green boxes,
Boutelleao & Co.'a Brand, in glass, one to
Boutelleau ft Co.'a Brands in casks
German Ale and Lager Bier in qts. and pis.
JeaVej's Edinburgh Ale and Stout qts. and pis.
Assorted Clarets very fine to common
Livbfaueomilch ft Laubenbeimer Rhine Wines
Small Assortment of Hungarian Wines
Bitters. Alcohol In I gal. demijohns 94 per cent
German and Havana Cigars.
Fire Claj, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar
Empty Petroleum Barrela for Tallow container
OU Boat lor Coaster.
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Etc. Etc. Etc
The above specified Goods, together with a well
Stock now on band ex recent arrivals.
for sale in quantities to salt the trade.
Orders from the other Islands filled at
tar set rates. 363
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Life Insurance Company
IN THE UNITED 8TATE8.
SAML G. WILDER.
no ccrrisu a co.'a celsbkatbd factory,
ST-tSCS MUCE TIRTLE S.-IP. CASKS
C3 "ASr Bef. Caaea Botfed Bf. Casta Boast Mat too,
oTar BVxl Uatto. Ca-rs Koaat Teal, Curt Turkey, ClM
J. 8. CURNEY,
JfIACCO ISO EILLIAED SALOON
V u Street, door below King.
-xxit and General Curiosities
x, tmnsasaa Sana Warms
" ' de . .
tinue to - '
AND FOR HA LK AT Tilt:
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE !
7W Established in 1858.
ATA 11 A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smoking Tobacco !
AND A LOT OP
VERY FINE BRIAR WOOD PIPES!
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO!
Cigar Holders, &c, &c.
H. I. NOLTE.
nam Cararr Harra mm Hi..
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
POKES, 1 TO 3 1-2 INCHES. HICKOKV
RIMS Ash and Oiekorjr, 1 to 2 Inches;
BCBS AS esaea,
PKLLOKS For Ox Carta, aaaceted sisea. Oak and A ah,
SHAf fS Wagn and Car rims , Snlahed and rough;
POLC Wagon and Carriage, floltheii and
Cr4 Bars, Take. Seat Ball,
Wagon aas Barry Bows !
Alwaya Kees Ham anal sssanle- Order,
Ox Cart Wheels and Carts.
Which I am prepared to HELL CHEAP.
ALMO, O IV HAND,
A Large Lot of Ash Lumber !
IK; log pure baaed the entire slock or carriage material from Dil
lingham a Co., I am prepared to fill City and Country Orders
iptly aod at Reasonable frier a.
DIFFERENT ST TLBS OF
of my own manufacture, constantly on han.l, and
971 3m 74 aod 7 Kin; Street, Honolulu.
6 O.O O O
FOR SALE LOW BY
C. BREWER & CO.
OF ALL KINDS, AT
BED ROCK PRICES I !
In Large Assortment.
H Kl'i; TIM . Ml VISII !
Bl TTS, Ac.
Finest Quality Punloa Salt.
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN
FREE OTP CHARGE,
and at any Port in the Kingdom as per
WILDER & CO.
974 Corner of Fort and Queen Stt.
SATTRDA Y. J I KE 12.
From the Brunawicker.
A Missouri Clergyman Accused But His
Offence is Not of a Very Serious Nature.
An old lady came up to tbe office on Wednes
day. She was a urn and tired from climbing the
winding stair, and rbe sank almost breathless
into the waste-basket, patting tbe poems and
stories it contained to the only press they will
ever know. There was a troubled, anxious look
on ber face, a pair of green apectacles .n her
nose, and a general air of Borrow and exhaustion
about her that appealed at once to our tenderest
feelings. The feelings answered the appeal and
stepped respectfully forward. After the aged
female had recovered lier breath she asked :
m 1 there a loryer's office in this bnildm'?"
We answered in the affirmative, but were sorry
to amy that tbe legal gentleman was out of town.
Out of town, eh? Wall, I s'pose I'll have to
find some other loryer. I kem in town a purpose
to nave this thing fixed up, an' 1 ain't agoin' back
ontil I know whether there is any law in'
ekeity in this country."
We ventured to remind the dame that la wing
was a losing business in the eml, and ehouM be
resorted to only in the most aggravated cases.
"Aggregated cases!" she screeched, and the
manuscript in the basket rattled violently.
" Young man it is the most aggregated case you
ever heard of. You ken never know the anguish
of a mother's heart when her ouly dorter goes
astray an1 tollers after false idols." '
" Your daughter has had trouble, then?"
' No, its me what's havin' the trouble ; but
she's a causin' it she an' that tarnal sheep-faced
Ah ! a minister in the case ! 1 think I un
derstand. Such things are becoming too com
mon ; alas, too frequent ! The cloth is brought
into disrepute by Mich scoundrels, who 1 steal the
livery of Heaver, to serve the devil in.' Poor
" Poor not!. in ! She's a brazcu huzzy to go
back on her mother's teachin'. Lord knows I'vu
alius tried to raise her right."
'But you must consider, my good woniau,
that juur daughter bad peculiar temptations.
You mutt make allowance for the fuct that the
tempter came to her in holy garb, imposing upon
ber confidence iu the assumed character of a
spiritual adviser, silencing the voice of her con
science with cunningly chosen scriptural quota
tions. You must not be severe on her."
Well, IJanner was a 'bedient girl till he kem
foolin' round. lie kem to the bouse pretty offen,
but 1 didn'r s'pose nothin' was wrong till a week
ago, when Ilanner tole me. Then I guv him a
mighty big piece of my mind."
' lie denied it, of course?"
" No, be didn't. Uc said be had bis dooty as
a Christian. An' his congregation are all tickled
over it, an' that's what makes mo bile."
" Why, that is an aggravated case. That be
should be guilty of such a thii g is bad enough ;
that he should call it the performance of a duty
is worse, and that all his congregation should up
hold him in such vile practices is beyond belief."
" Well, it's so, and I want to get a loryer to
issoo a conjunction or injectment or somcthin to
M 1 fear there is no legal redress, unless it is a
matter of very recent occurrence. A bill has
passed tbe Legislature governing Buch cases, but
it won't work backward."
" What is in that bill?" asked the old lady,
her fucc lighting up with a new hope.
" It makes it obligatory upon the man to cither
marry the woman or support the chi "
"What!" shrieked the woman, springing up
with a suddenness that sent the basket of unac
knowledged genius half way across the room.
" You barril-headed idvot ! My girl ain't no such
a fool as that .' You editors think you're mighty
smart, an' you're alius s'posen things wusser'n
they are. I've been a life-long Methodist, and
I've tried to raise my dorter in the same faith,
but that 'tarnal Piscopalyun preacher has got her
to 'gree to jine his church. I'm ber nateral
garjeen, and 1 ain't a goin' to 'low her to do it.
Ef she can't get along with the same religion her
mother's got she shan't have any. That's the
wfirtle mw, on' rhcra ain't no uarrjin', nor
s'portin', nor Bcccherin' in it."
From the way the old lady bumped along down
the stairs wc fear she was unduly agitated.
We shall never jump to another conclusion
no, not if it should lie within an inch of our
nose, and pointed proofs were pressing on each
side and behind.
The Royal Stables of the Emperor of
Having procured tickets of admission we pro
ceeded this morning to the Royal stables, and
were astounded at their dimensions. I stated in
a former letter that these buildings covered ground
about four times as large as Franklin Square.
We found upon entering them that eight times
the space of r ranklin Square would be nearer the
correct figure. The number of blooded horses in
the stalls is 400, and tbey are all, with a few ex
ceptions, English hones. Here were the Em
press's riding horses, and the Emperor's riding
and hunting horses, the Empress' ponies, the
Prince Imperial's riding and carriage horses and
ponies; white horses, to the number of over 100
for the royal carriages on state occasions : over
100 brown and sorrel horses for light carriages,
about fifty coal black horses to be used for funer
als and wben the royal family is in mourning,
and twenty mules, including several pet mules
belonging to the Queen. The number of royal
coachmen is seventy, postilions foity, and 200
grooms for the horses, with about fifty stable
boys and laborers. The Emperor and Empress
are both passionately fond of horses, and can
" talk horse" with the best jockeys in tbe lind.
It la evident that they do not intend this to be
regarded as a one-horse" country. There is a
hospital for horses, with a professor and students,
and a large horse apothecary shop among the
We were next taken into the carriage loft, and
here were 200 carriages, -about ono-third of which
j were immense and ponderous vehicles covered all
over with gilt, some ol them esp'mally tor grand
state occasions, and others for .ily use, all as
bright and beautiful as if just from the factory.
There was also the grand gilt chariot built for
Maria Theresa, the panels of which wcro painted
by Rubens. Then there were the gilded sleighs,
and tbe smaller chariot of the sainted Maria,
with a dozen little pony phaetons, used in their
day by the Emperor and the Empress, and a host
of other great folks wben they were little boys
and girls. There was also in this loft the mourning
beam- upon which tbe remains of Maximilian
were conveyed to the tomb, and the mourning
carriage in which the Emperor and Empress rode
on that occasion. In another building we were
shown an immense array of gilded harness, hun
dreds of sets, all ready for use, with the 6uits of
livery to be worn by tbe coachmen and postilions
with each set of harness. Then there were a
vast number of sets of harness for funeral and
mourning occasions, light harness, saddles, etc.,
innumerable. The saddle used by Maximilian
in Mexico was alao shown us, with other matters
pertaining to the horse too numerous to mention.
We also visited, in a large building, the royal
riding school for use in winter, where the boys
and girls of royal blood arc taught to ride on
horseback. It is an immense hall, 240 feet long
by 120 in width, with a canopy box for the Em
peror and Empress to sit and witness tbe perform
ance. It has a carefully prepared turf door, and
the walls and ceilings are elegantly ornamented.
This being only for winter use, furnaees are
placed under the floor, with flues for heating it.
Tho whole establishment is almost as elegant as
the palace, and everything clean and inline order.
The horses arc all kept in broad stalls, with cush
ioned sides to them swinging from a bar. The
main building is about as long as from North
street to Eutaw, and there arc half a dozen im
mense buildings in the rear. Carriages with the
royal coachmen and postilions can be seen flying
about the city at all hours, and tbe Emperor and
, the Empress and the lather ol the tiuperjr ap
' pear almost every day, either on the streets or at
the Prater. Vienna Letter of C. C. Fultor.,
, editor Baltimore American.
Blumeotbal, who was GeneraL-io-cbief of the
Crown Prince's anov, is set down by some of tbe
millitary contuosseurs as superior to Moitke. It waa
be who entrapped Napoleon III. and bagged tbe
Imperial army at sedan. He is of JewUh origin. ,
At Berlin be is cherished as the valuable apple of the
State's eye, aud is recognized as the only man cspa- ,
ble of succeeding Von Sloltke.
Gov. Chamberlain's Speech at Lexington.
I come, fdlow-eitixeaa, to remind you, on this
great day, of the early, unbroken friendship be
tween Msssaebusetts and South Carolina through-
Ml the whole revolutionary period. Differing,
however, widely :n lineage, in habits, in inetitu
tions, they were still bound togetlier by a com
mon love for civil freedom. Toytther tbey
watched the beginnings of tyranny, together tbey
planned resistance, together they declared their
independence from Great Bnta-n. together wkh
their lives and fortunes they uiair.uiiied that de
claration through the loug war. together they
devised the fabric of government under which the
Republic has grown to ite present proportions,
together they 1 ve long IbmmsJ to build up the
strength, the prosperity and the glory of America.
I nose precious memories oi me puM are secure.
To-day, at least, we may recall them. At Lex
ington, surely, South Carolina may still claim a
place to do honor to the common ea e, of Amer
ican Liberty and independence. I knew that 1
am commissioned here, to-day, to say fbf South
Carolina that she jins with equal gratitude and
reverence with all her sisters of the early dajs in
honoring the nineteenth of April, 1775 ; that she
claims her share in the glory of the .-trnggle be
gun at Lexington ; that as of old she bade Mas
sachusetts cheer in the struggle, so now she
unites with her in these patriotic services.
It is not for me, it is not for any one, on this
occasion, to speak of latter events, in which these
two aneieut allies stood face to face as enemies.
Who that has an American heart does not rejoice
that, back of all the reccut bitter struggle, there
lies the gracious heritage of those common labors,
dangers and sacrifices in founding this common
government? Who that looks with a just eye
even on that recent struggle does not now see.
on either side, the same high elements of charac
ter, the courage, the devotiou to duty, the moral
lineaments of the Adamses and the Hancocks
the CJadsdens and Rutlegcs of a huudrtd years
ago? Who that has faith iu the destiny of Amer
ica does not tee in the early friendship, ay, and
even in this latter conflict, potency and promise
of that coming Union uuder whose protection
liberty shall forever walk hand in hand with
justice, wherein the North and the South, re
united in spirit and aims, shall again respond to
every call of patriotic duty in the old tones of
Samuel Adams and Christopiber Gadsden, of
James Otis and John Rutledge? That spirit still
lives, Ukm citizens, in South Carolina. If in
later days she has erred, forgive her, for even
then she dared and suffered with a courage and
patience not unworthy iu its strength of the days
wben Gadsden and Rutledge illustrated her civic
wisdom, and Sumter and Marion ber martial
prowess. M Magnanimity," says Mr. Burke, "is
not seldom the truest wisdom ; and a great em
pire and little minds go ill together."
Fellow-citizens, I offer you, to-day, tho frater
nal, patriotic greetings of South Carolina of all
her people. She marches again, to-day, to the
music of that Union which, a hundred years ago,
her wisdom helped to devise und her blood to
cement. There, in that hallowed Union, endeared
and sanctified by so many blessed memories, there,
there she 11 must live or boar uo life." Ob, wel
come her anew, to-day, with honor. Let us,
therefore, build in the hearts of all the people
that imperishable monument, " an indestructible
Union of indestructible States."
Packages Forwarded Eight Miles in Two
On Sunday, February 28tb, the pneumatic
mail system was opened for public use in the city
of Yienna, and for the few days of its working, it
appears to have been eminently satisfactory. By
this method, letters and packages, not exceeding
two ounces in weight, can be sunt from oue cud
of the city to tbe other a distauco of about eight
miles in sometimes less than two secouds, so
that, adding to this tbe time necessary for making
up packages, assorting them and delivering them,
the whole is just about one hour. But this only
covers extreme distances, nnd the managers of
this system in Yienna say thut in a short time
the time between the receipt und delivery will be
greatly reduced. In fact, between stations only
two or three miles distant from each other, such
packages arc even now delivered withiu twenty
minutes alter being deposited. Any postmaster
in this city, or Postmaster-General, who would
inaugurate wiicii u reform in the local mail ar
rangements of the metropolis, might achieve im
mortal lame. As me general post-omcein Vienna
is also in the building of the general telegraph
office, powerful eteam-engiucs are constantly at
work compressing atmospheric air in a mammoth
reservoir, from wbicb the double system of east
iron pipes, laid three feet under the surface of
the streets, are led. Ono system of pipes serves
for carrying packages, aud the other for pushing
them ahead in tbe other direction. At the seven
principal stations, in various parts of the city,
similar engines are kept at work day and night
drawing the air from the pipes and creating a
vacuum in front of the packages, which are thus
1 more rapidly pushed forward by the expansive
force of the compressed air behind them. The
sixty sub-stations are connected not only with the
two central offices, but also with each other by
the double system of pipes. The dispatch of
each package is announced by telegraph to tbe
office to which it is sent, and to all interveuing
offices to advise the latter to Btop it on its way.
The pipes arc six inches in diameter, with a per
fectly smooth polished inner surface, and the
packages are made up iu indiarubber cylinders of
various lengths. The postage on mail matter
must be prepaid at the rate of two kreutzers, one
-cent, for each half ounce or fraction, which is
evidently much cheaper than the two cent postage
for city letters in this country. This is the first
instance of a large city Yienna has about 900,
000 inhabitants giving its people such facilities
of correspondence at moderate cost. Aew York
An incident occurred on a recent trip which I
made over the Union Pacific which may be of in
terest to your readers, as it was at one time of
uncommon interest tome. We were rolling along
between Salt Lake and Omaha when I made my
way into the smoking car to enjoy a cigar. I no
ticed a group gathered in the center of the car,
and crowding my way up found two men gamb
ling. One was a well-dressed man, but bearing
the general appearance of a black-leg; the other
was a veritable miner, just as be came from the
mountains, with long, grizzly beard, rough, coarse
and dirty clothes, but with lots of gold. The
play was for quite a large stake, and 1 heard
whispered that the gambler was about to fleece
the miner, and much sympathy was manifested
The game draw poker still went on, with
hardly a word spoken by the players, till finally,
when a large sum was on tbe board, tbe gambler
being called to show bis hand, threw down three
aces and two queens and reached for the money ;
the miner stretched over and held his hand and
laid down two aces, showing, of course, five aces
in the pack. He then reached back and drew a
large navy revolver, cocked it, placed the muzzle
directly between tho eyes of the gambler, still
holding his band. Not a word was spoken, but
each looked bteadily into the eyes of the other.
Soon the ban J began to quietly move from the
money, the form of tbe gambler to draw back,
and still the revolver followed. He stepped into
the aisle, aud here tbe scene became so uninter
esting to me and several others present that we
dropped under the seats. The gambler slowly
backed toward the door, with the revolver follow
ing till the door was reached, and he passed out.
Tbe miner cooly let down the hammer of his re
volver, replaced it in his pocket, swept the money
from tbe boar d into his pouch, quietly lighted bis
Eipc and settled back in his seat as if nothing had
appencd. The strangest part of tbe whole busi
ness was that not a woid was spjken from the
time the gambler laid his three aces on the board
till he passed out of the car-door. I took a scat
near the miner afterward, and chatted wiih him
about his experiences in the mountains, and be
seemed pleasant and intelligent. I did not refer
to his little episode with the black-leg. I have
never witnessed a more thrilling scene, or one in
which such extreme coolness was manifested by
the miner, and for that matter, by the gambler, j
Corr. Youngsloicn, Ohio, Banner.
FIREWOOD ! FIREWOOD ! !
LMIOM E VST M AI L
FOR SALE BY
BOLLBf & CO.
FOUNTAIN SALOON & RESTAURANT !
J. W. CROWELL. l-KOl'RIETOB.
So. 65 Vort Street, opposite U. L. Chaee's Photograph
Lunch and Ice Cream Room for Ladies. I
Bath in the Dead Sea.
0L A. Kingsbury writes as follows in Forest and
Stream of a bath iu the IV.id Sen
Reaching at length this- most remarkable of all
seas and lakes on our pi lc. wc prepared to take
a batb and such a bath I sn hardly expect ever
to take again. I had previously bathed in num
erous seas, lakes and rivers, but never did I enjoy
such a bath as this The specific gravity of tire
water is such, from its h lding in soititiou so large
a portion of salts. .2u4 per cent.) that one floats
upti its eurface like a Cork. At the time there
as only a gentle rij p!e upuii tbe sea. and being
a igood swimmer I at onev struck out into deep
water. I soon faatad that 1 could not only swim
and float with wonderinl OSOs, vol that I could
actuilly walk in the water, linking only to the
armpits. iJisc verir.g t!.: tact. I made fr the
6bore, and tnking Dr. C, one of our party who
could nt swim, by tbe hand, led him into thewn
where the water was many fathoms doed. At firt
be was quite reluctant to follow me, but he won
gained confidence on finding there was no danger
of sinking, and he enjoyed the novel bath as much
a? if he had been an expert swimmer. Should
the bather allow the water to get into bis eyes and
mouth he would suffer considerable abatement in
his enjoyment, on account ol its extremely salt,
bitter and irritating nature. No fish can live in
this sea, but various kind of duck abound here at
certain seasons of the year. The water was as
clear as ordinary sea water; its temperature was
agreeable, and it had an oily feeling; altogether
its action on the surface of the body was such aa
to develop those pleasurable sensations pertaining
to tbe sense of touch, accompanied by tbe most
delightful exhilaration. Of all the baths in the
world give me a hath in the Dead Sea.
A Fanatical Priest.
The Nov York Times says that recently Rev.
Father Walker, an Irish Jesuit priest, recently
from the South, pastor of St. Lawronee Catholic
Church, New York city, took occasion to denounce
the public school system in the most bitter man
ner. " Woe to the piarents." shouted he, in the
manner of one Lurling anathemas, " woe be to the
parents who seud their children to these public
schools: ! Woe be to those who secretly favor
them iu their hearts ! 1 would not like to be in
their places on the day of judgment. The public
schools urc the nurseries of vice. They are god
less schools, and they who send their children to
them cannot expect tbe mercy of God. They
ought not to expect the sacraments of the Church
in their dying moments. 1 hopte you and I will
live to see the day when it will be understood that
parents who commit this great sin, will be refused
the sacraments of the church. 1 What ! let tbcm
die without the rites of the Church ?' you will
ask. Yes, I say so. I would as soon administer
the sacraments to a dog as to such Catholics."
A correspondent of the New York Herald
hastens to put on record his solemn protest against
such bigoted and intolerant denunciation. He
" As a Catholic, 1 wish to proclaim that Father
Walker docs not speak the sentiments ol Catholic
priests nor of Catholic laymen, nor does he reflect
the teachings of the Church when he likens a
Catholic favorable to the common schools to a
dog' aud a 4 pot-house politician.' He speaks
only the views of himself, a narrow-minded, hot
beaded, mischief-breeding fanatic. It is such as
he who are always bringing scandal and trouble
upon the Church ; such as he who have covered
Catholicism with odium in South America, Mexico
and some of the Catholic countries of the Old
HI EMC A iL. WOXDER !
TMIIS GREAT REMEDY HAS UOE
mure to cure tbe numerous ache and pains of the
human race than any utlier combinatiun of remedies.
IT IS SAFK, STUB AND
Rhenutiitiaiu. Xeurnlsjfa. Hendnehe. Calir.
( i uwp, Iuuibntf,, Wounds,
Scalds, Brniaea, 4tc
Calm With the WOSDKR PILL3 it purine the Wood, reiru
Utcs tho Deal and accretions, and genera!.? gives tone to the
O. C. v I.KAN.
972 ly General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
I" OR !S V 1
BY THE UNDERSIGNED!
rM)S BEST SMITH'S COAL.,
I Tons Best Glasgow Splint Steam Coal,
Bar Iron, in Assorted Sixes,
LIME .JUICE CORDIALS!
in 1 dot. cs. or the Celebrated Manufacture of John
Qillon Ac Co., Glasgow,
A.l.SO, iV FEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's Celebrated
STOVES & RANGE8!
Highly Recommended by those who have tried them, aUU
on hand and will be disposed or at Low Kates to Suit the Times.
FOLLOWING MACHINERY I
ONE SUGAR MILL., COMPLETE;
THREE WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL.
FIVE STEAM CL.ARIFIERS. 400
and 500 GALLONS.
DRY GOODS 2
Various Dosci iptions I
PER BARK D. C. MURRAY.
Cases Ueidseick'a Champagne,
Cases Assorted Branda Champagne,
Caaes Hennessy's 1, 2 and 3 Star Brandy,
Cases Assorted Brands Brandy, Cases Best Claret,
Caaes Best Scotch Wbiakey, Cases Best Holland Gin,
Baskets Best Holland Gin, stone jugs
Cases Best Old Tom Oin. Cases Assorted Clarets,
HIT AMERICAN WHISKIES:
Occidental, Hermitage and O. F. C.
Case; Best Tale Sherry. Cases Best Old Port.
(Quarter Casks Uennessy's Pale Brandy,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Hum.
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,
Pints and Quarts.
Bluod. Wolfe & Oa.1 India Pale Ale, pints and quarts;
Bass 4t Co.'s India Pale Ale, pints and quarts;
HIT RECEIVED PER "Li MOI!"
MJEWANS XXX STOI T, IN STONE JCG3,
PINTS AND QUA KM.
Port Wine, in doz. t-. Sherry Wine, In 3 doz. .
OF ECPKRI0R QUALITY.
"31 F. T. LENEHAN fc CO.
E. S. C" I N II A PROPRIETOR.
MERCHANT STRKKT, HOSOLfLC.
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
A FIXE ASSORTMENT Off PICTURE AND WINDOW GLASS. JIST RECEIVED.
Siiea from 8il0 to 8040.
W I 1 EJ", W I 11 B, W IU. IS 1
FOB FENCING. NrST ILED No. 4 aoJ 6.
SAICK PANS, PW PARS, IKON POTS, ll all iVEN.
GALVANIZED IRON Tl'BS AND Bl CKKT.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWmRE I
POCKET AMD TABLE CUTLERY. SCISSORS. SHEARS AMD RAZORS.
Siltor Plated Tabic Kniw, Forka anti Spoon. Children' St Kniw, Fork and Spo.n, in oaao.
Table Cnctora, Brenkfaat Caatora, Tea Seta, Ac.
BIRD CACES, FULL ASSORTMENT OP FILES !
FISH HOOKS. FISH LINES. COD LINKS, SEINE TWIM CALF KIK
LAMPS. CHANDELIERS, OIL, MATCHES.
2Laxxoxxius 8 Different Styles t
A FULL LINE OF SHELF PAINTS, IN OIL AND DRY !!
RFT ZINC. WHITE LEA D, FAINT OIL TERPENTINE. VARNISHES.
ROPE, 1-4 to 1 1-2 inches.
All tbe above Good", togetlier with a Thousand and more I Vein 1 Article, we Offer for Sale on
Rcaaooable Terma, with
A. Ij i b r a 1 I i h
STEAMERS, D. C. MURRAY AND SYREN
CASTLE AND COOK
OWNER'S AND DKVOK'S KKROSKVK
AMOSKEAG & PEARL RIVER DENIMS!
BARRELS EXTRA til.' A LIT V DAIRY SALT. lO AND 20 Lit. BAUI,
OX BOWS. I 1.8. I 3-4 AND 8 I M'HEI. VARNISHED.
GOLDEN GATE. SUPERFINE AND OREGON EXTRA FLOUR!
Colvimbla River Salmon in Barrels, EXTRA !
4-4 Fine White China Matting, freah arrival. EnHfb Breakfast and Japan Ten. 1. S A 6 lb. pkg a.
Oat. Corn and Wheat Meal. Cracked Wheat and Rje Flour, Crushed Sugar,
Fresh Canned Fruits from California.
Hubbuck's Best Pale Boiled Linseed Oil. also. Raw. Hubbuck's White Lead and Zinc. Fully
A good assortment of Paints in Oil, I and 2 lb. cans.
ALSO, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT Og
SHELF HARDWARE, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES ! !
Tin and Wooden Ware. Paris. Eagle No. 2
Spades. Shovels, Etc. Etc. Etc.
The above Goods will be
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE.
Boards, Flanks and Battens.
Nor' West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Flaned Boards.
Rough and Flaned Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
doors, raws am mm
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Pans Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Faint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, Ac., &c.
KOR PLANTATION UBK.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIOIL AND PLANTATION C8K
WHITE EASTERN PINE
BOARDS AND PLANKS.
ALL OTHER Bl ILIUM. MATERIALS !
CHAS. T. CULICK,
Id EM TO THE ACOOWLEIKEMEXT FOB
X A 3B o n, .
wa Interior Oaea.Hsnolulu.
GLASS ! GLASS ! ! !
e o u n t foi Crn h !
DILLINGHAM & CO.
and Retail !
BVAM'S S-CARI) FRICTION MATCHES.
and 20, and Steel Plows. Hoes. Kukes.
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Sold on most Liberal Terms.
C. BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
WELL SELECTED CilSO !
American Clipper Ship Syren
Sales to Arrive will be made
AMOSKEAO DK..M s, AMERICAN
PHINTt), ntarrat ttrim.
Pearl Hirer lcnlmi. Mancti I' i itc, I lor lr
Pure Cider Vinegar, Qr. Mill Clear Park,
r baaee, Klt gfimJ, Corn march,
Hail Black Pepper, Kitta No. 1 Mackerel
Tomato Ketchup, Vim i). Corn,
GRNLINR PARKKR HOUIR IOIPII
Oreen Peai, Salt Water Soap,
HlMou'a Paallj boap, M lb. bit
PROVISIONS AND NAVAL STORES.
Barrels Meaa Pork,
Casks New Bedford Pilot Bread,
Barrels Sonikam Pitch,
Barrels bout hern Pitch,
Barrels Mo. 1 Roalo
268 Ton PUam Coal,
Casks Ovmberland Coal.
SHIP II WOM JtV.
Two 30-fe:t Centre Board Wbato Boats,
Ne'r Bedford Oil Snooks,
Mew Bedford Cordace, II to M inch,
Mew Bedford Whale Line,
Copy i Paint, 1 i gal. contain e
Lawrence Gotten Dock, No. 2 to 9.
A Choice Lot of Ash Oars, 10 to tS Peet
Charcoal Irons, Hay Cotters, Nos. Lt 3,
nam i axe iiaicnciv, nicking,
2 15 Kegs Cast Nsslla. Aaatal. SIbcb N Sine.
Bars Krflned American Iron, assorted sises;
Swedish Iron, Norway thapei
3- Hoop Pails, 2 Xcfrlgeratora,
Wood Scat Chairs, 60 dot. A SJS Bandies,
JHoc Wash Bort, 10 dot Birch Brnnn
Vermont Ox Bow, If, 2 inch.
100 CASES CARD MATCHES !
A "elected Assortment of Ash Plank.
White Pine, I, 1. 1. 2 Inches,
Bla k Walnut, I, 2. S inches,
Cedar Boat Boards,
White Oak Plank.
Composition Hails !
Lecther Belting, Paper Bag. Children's Perambulators,
2 American 81de Spring Carryalls,
Curled Ualr, Rubber Packing,
Lamp Black, 1st Qmallt Babbitt Metal.
Eastern Pine Keg and Bbl. Shooki !
FIVE HUNDRED CASKS