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THE FOLLOWING GOODS
HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOI
OS TBC 2d OF NOV EMBER HM.
CEP PI X K PRIST1 LARGE PATTFBJfla,
Assort mr.i Fancy r riots, nc?r styles,
Whiu Ground Prints.
Black sod tFhit Prints. French Muslin.
Hear Blue Denims, plain and triped.
Blue and White Striped Ticking.
Brwn Cottons, assorted qualities.
Bine Colt-ins. White Cottons.
Horrocksw Wbit.- Long Clolb. A and B, 36
Incb and 32 inch wide.
Livn Sheeting. 72. 82, 90 and 100 inches wide.
Cotton Soeeting. 63. 72. 80 and 90 inches wld,
Victoria Lawns, 7-yard pieces asst'd qualities,
Indigo BUe Flann-I, Black Silk Alpacas.
Black C'hotirg. One and n.-dinm.
Scotch Wi.t.vpr..o Tweed", all colors.
Silk Corah Hind kerchiefs.
Turk y K -d and Y-lliw Cotton Handkerchit-Is,
L tdien' Cotton Ilandkrcbi'-fs.
Assort-il CotU'-'i Stockings and Socks,
Linn Thread. Assorted.
Black and Colored Silk Neckties, new styles,
Monkey Jackets, assorted qualities.
Heavy Wooleo Biaukets, Scarlet, Orange, Blue
Fancy H inuel Sbirts, Lineo Shirts. Cotton do.
Merino Firmh L'udershirts. Cotton Undershirts,
Assorted Burlaps. French Callskins,
Genuine Eau de Cologne.
Macassar Hair Oil, Lubtn's Extract,
Fine India Rubber Dressing Combs,
Fine Woolen Shawls and Trarcling Plaids.
Fine and Common ln and Pocket Knives,
Fine Steel Scissors, Common Scissor.
Tinned Spurs on Cards. Iron Teakettles.
Galrnizd Pails, 10 and 12 incb,
Galraniavd Washing Tubs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machine,
Charcoal Boa Irons.'
Brignt Fencing Wire. So' 4, 6 and C,
Pall 4tm1of Be-ti Kuu d English Bar Ir..n,
Swedtift ! 4k,
Munu s VHlow Metal Sheathing, and Comps-
sitloa Nails, Block Tin,
Galranixed Iron Pipe. Hoop Iron.
Poroos Water Monkeys. Pressed Tumblers.
Cut Portei Gla
Habbuck's Patent W ,ite Zinc Pain'
Bubbufk's Patent Wjite Lead T-,nf-Oubbuck's
Pale Boiled 14 . ,!"
Black Paint. Paris QzT Re,, Lead'
Caustic Soda-J'" Fmil "
,..AflCE AsOBTMEXT OF
cr.MIAN. ENCLISH & FRENCH
Liebig'-t Extract of Meat.
Steariae Candles. 4. 5 and to a pound,
mi. - - ,
Salt in bulk and boxes.
Nests of Trunk. Birch Brooms.
Wrapping Paper. Market Baskets
Assortment of Blank Book-,
Preaa Copy Books. Shipping Receipt Book.
Assorted Sizes Horse Rope, Hemp Packing,
Spunam, Flag Line, Log Line,
Marline and Housing,
Swedish safety Matches
Devae'a Kerosene Oil. in patent cans,
Heidsieck a Co.'s Champagne, la qt?. and pU.
Ruiuart Per it Fill" Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock. in qts. and pts.
Genuine Holland Gin. in jugs and baskets,
Genuine Holland Oin. in glas. green ban,
Routelleau it Brandy, in glass, one to
Bouteilesa & Co.'s Brandy in casks
German Air and Lagrr Bier in qts. and pts.
Jegrey'a Edinburgh Ale and Stout qts' and pis.
Asaotled Clarets very tine to common
Liebfaaenmilch A La-ibenbeimer Rhine Wines
Small Assortment a Uungarian Wines
Bitters, Alcohol in 1 gal. demijohns 96 per cent
German and Uaraua Cigar.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar
ais Petroleum Barrels for Tallow containers
Oaa Boat tor Coasters,
Etc Etc. Etc. Etc.
Ex. E:c. Etc. Etc.
Etc. Etc. Etc
The above specified Goods, together with a well
Assorted Stock now oa hand tX recen. arrivals,
are offered for sale in qaan tides M suit ibe trade.
Jtr Orders from the other Islands filled at
lowest mar Ik rate. 963
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POLES Wagon 11 1 Carriage, flnlibed and n ugh;
W IMMmij Singletree-,
OMs Bars, Ykes, Seat Ralls
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SATt RDA Y. JWKB 3i.
A Bismarckian Stroke
Bismarck is T;Jently a man of uubotioJed re
ources. hen Lis eye is once fixJ upon an object
it is quite in Tain to block up the path bj which he
ia df aociog toward it, becte be inTariabl? strikes
out another path. Far some years past the I'ltra
montane party has tnt all the measures intro-luceJ
by the Chancellor with the riew to restrain the
Bishops with the cry of ' anconstitntiGnal "' This
bugbear of unconstitutionality was continually in
the way. Bismarck chafed and fretted for awhile
over this form of facetioosness, as he esteeme it and
then his patience gare out and be resolved upcu
radical measures. Tbc Ultramontane ought to fore
see his coarse. They ought to have koown that
when he uc l a Constitution in his way be would
not hesit.ite long about attacking the Constitution
of coarse in an entirely constitutioual way. Accord
ingly he caused a bill to be introduced into the lower
bouse of the Diet to amend the Constitution by abro
gating certain articles of that instrument which
stood in his way. Cltratnontane orators ia the
Lsntag, and Ultramontane presses had opposed the
Falck laws and other measures tf the Government
for asserting and maintaining the supremacy of the
civil power, as being in violation of the fifteenth,
sixteenth an 1 eighteenth articles of the Constitution.
The MB introduced repealed these articles, and it
passed the lower house by a vote cf 275 to 90 Thus
far every fight which the ecclesiastical party has put
up against the Chancellor has resulted in their over
whelming defeat If they resist what he demands
he beats them and wins more than he demanded.
He meets them in the Legislature face to face ; not
in smooth diplomatic fashion, but with one of those
blunt, ringing speeches which sound like a military
pronunciamiento, and he invariably carries bis
point. Pius Ninth is still Pope of Rome, but
Bismarck is Pope of Germany.
OUR PARIS LETTER.
" Pakis, May 4, 1875
Everywhere the note of preparation, mere is
preparation for the meeting of the Amenably, as
well as fox its dissolution; prwaration for the
electing of Senators, for tbe.-Ming of tbo budget,
the transitory press ln 1U fact a putting of the
house in order, r-paratory to abolishing the
state of eiege "ni' consulting the nation. The
Republic? ol "hade8 continue to be so prac
tical "Ooderate, and sagacious, as to disconcert
pi the calculations of their opponents. For scr
tain speculative politicians, the wisdom cf Gatn
betta's programme, is more embarrassing than
would be his violence and exclueivcncss. He has
become an irreconcilable with all that is impet
uous and intolerant ; be not only aims to create
an alliance between the working and the middle
classes, but he is occupied in uniting the peasantry
to make common cause with the towns-people, by
proving that they arc men and brethren in politics
as in interests.
Every used-up politician, aware that universal
suffrage has no longer want of his services, desires
to become Senator. There is no reason to expect,
that under the severe discipline of the Republican
party, their future representative;, whether for
Senate or Assembly, will be kept free from that
terrible scourge, trimmers and men who do not
know their own mind. The Assembly has the
right to select 75 Senators for life ; but it is a
prevailing error to conclude, that the candidates
must be taken from among the present deputies.
Every Frenchman is eligible to become one of the
five and seventy. It would also be a mistako to
assume, that the present complex majority iti the
Chamber, will vote for men hostile by nature, re
lations, and belief, to the present constitution.
Of lute M. Thiers is coming back iu public uo-.
tice, not tliat he either desires or needs it. His
niche is made in history and creditably so. Bcl-
fort, that he secured to France, for the equivalent
of allowing the Oermans to occupy the Champs
Elysees for a few hours, wi&hcs to have Thiers for
its Senator and so becomes a competitor with all
France. In certain high latitudes, this ovation
would likely prove gall and wormwood, and if
Thiers be chosen President of the Senate, France
would have two kings of Brentford, but not
smelling the same rose. Though Thiers be keep
ing in the shade, it is best to estimate his studies
and his idolatory for art treasures, as something
akin to Sixtus . and the crutches.
The country is to be endowed with the luxury
of a new law on the press. This time it will be
only transitory just like the application of an
original tax, and which generally turns out to
have a life as a robust as an annuitant's. How
ever, it is the price for abolishing the statu of
siege, and is cheap for the purchase money. Any
measure calculctea to restore France to her normal
life is good and pleasant. .Besides, under the
new Chamber, a short bill can correct the severi
ties, as a short bill has made them. M. de Gir
ardin lays down, that liberty of the press means
nothing more than the liberty of contradiction, of
opposing a "no" to a "yes," et rice versa, lie
denies that the press is a power; it is simply an
agent o' publicity, in the sense that the post and
the telegraph are so. Less paradoxical is his as
sertion, that the best law on the press, is no law
at all. From the time of the First Napoleon,
who extinguished not the journals, but the editors
who presumed to question him, down to the
Mac.mvelian regulations of Mb nephew, the re
strictions imposed on the press only accelerated
the full of ministries and the overthrow of dynas
ties. There are some lessons of history that pos
terity will persist in ignoring.
Putting aside tbc nervous attention that Prus
sia bestows upon France, as well us the false re
ports manufactured at Berlin to disturb the Con
tinent, at all of which the French laugh in their
sleeve, while preparing their powder, as well as
keeping it dry, much careful attention is given to
the revenue. The best of military chests is an
increasing revenue, not the locking up of treasure,
as at Berlin and Teheran. The year 1875 ap
pears to have opened under the most happy au
spices for France . As compared with lo74, the
increase in the revenue for the quarter ending the
.1 March last, is a net eight millions of francs.
The external commerce of France never has been
more considerable; public funds are at a very
high figure, railway traffic has increased 16 per
cent, and the savings banks register an excess of
deposits equal to 10 millions weekly. The hal
cyon days of the Second Empire are surpassed in
material prosperity by the Republic. And pri
vate financial establishments compete with the
Bank of France in discounting paper. The im
portations have been less in 1875 than in 1874,
out in any case superior to what they have ever
attained before the war. This result will bo
gratifying for those who believe, that a nation
ought ever to seil to, but never buy from the
foreigner. These importations were raw mate
rials, and some food supplies us France does not
produce; but a diminution iu the importation of
grain is the consequence of her own plentiful
harvest, and in the case of cotton, one of her best
manufacturing districts has disappeared with Al
sace. The latter reason will also explain, why
there b&s been an increase in imported cotton
manufactured goods. To give heart of grace to
German alarmists, Franco has nearly oue half
million less horses now than before the war, and
she has exported during the first quarter of 1875,
2,000 more horses than she imported, and pur
chased less forage by 1& millions than she has
done during the previous eight years. The in
crease in exportaiions is enormous ; has never
been equalled hhberto, and indicates an excess of
120 millions as compared with 1875. This aug
mentation is due to manufactures iu silk, wool,
and leather, jewelery, and fashionable elcthi..
If beet-sugar has been largely exported, tho
government unhappily backs it up by a bounty.
The trade in butter and eggs flourishes like
Jonah s gourd. What may be nc. to many, the
exportation of tools nd machinery 3hows itn-
tbaav, de-rite the disasters' of wr. the payment
of the ransom, the heavy taxes, the natural rich
ness of France has enormously augmented. W hat
will be the wealth of the country when the polit
ical trar.quility which ha now taken root. In
comes an institution ?
The summer tpcctocles have eouiuK-n'-ed. The
Jardiu Mobille. eoaal to a M .howtau paridise
for the Shah, of coarse led tfve way. The enly
novelty there, is a fast yoUDg lady with a Rus&i.m
name, wlu waltzes ou bcT head. Ti.e iire-us is
ever the circus in the Chain j F.'yscee, and the
public dee not expect any change f performance
there till the inauguration of two rival amphi
theatres,. Tile clowns are ever good, thanks to
per fide Allien ind Couoin Jonathan. The Bee-.
selievTe concerts opened ou the first, with the
punctuality of an almanac- ring ; the event was
looked forwarded to by all classes, even the agri
CDltaial and horticultural, because it is synony
mous with torrents of rain, and w hich came down
like the cataract of LahoTe.
Parisians, as well as Persiaus, are annoyed.
The Shah's journal laving at laot aj peared in a
French dress, the- Athenians arc indiguant at
having expended so much rujitey, time, and cere
mony, when their grief war so fresh, on so worth
less a visitor. The Shah took no pleasure iu any
amusement, but tLe clowns iu the circus ; the
only institution that met his fancy was the JEoo
logical Gardens and its giraffe, and the sjle ques-
tion put to the director was, " did he euioy being
drunk?" Dumas observed, that the only way to ;
make a man famous in France was to baptize a
Boeuf Gran after him. That houor ought to j
have been reserved for the distinguished visitor, j
Nass'r-Eddin did not appreciate the fine arts
either ; he expressed his contempt before Venus de j
Milo, as be detested ladies without arms. The
Journal is a treat for a certain Republican press
which gives elegant extracts from it, as has been
also done with Mr. Greville's chronicle of the j
two last kings of England. Having shown up
their owu monarchs to perfection, the French
cannot be blamed for looking alter those of otlr
countries, ciall, if the Iivesberieh it,
ttiat pvim a moral auu auoru a uiie o
Vivt k Shah ' would be now a hia crime and
The picture trade contino-s to flourish like
every other branch of iudu-ry. Fortuny's paint
ings and npfinish sketches provoked an extraordi
nary c(npctitiou. it was calculateHl by a smart
arithmetician, with no soul for poetry, that they
ja-oduced at the rate of 2,300,000 francs tho
square yard1 Only thiuk of the time when
Delacroix believed himself wealthy on receiving
500 francs for one of his paiutiuge, and his heir-at-law,
who was afraid to purchase the ground
necessary to give him a tomb, fearing that the
sales of hiB pictures would not cover the expense !
This subject leuds to the fine arts exhibition just
opened, and which appears not to differ very
much from any previous exhibition ; the same
artists seem to occupy the same positions ; having
found his style, his speciality, the artist clings to
it as the limpet to the rock ; becomes a prey to
his speciality, and thus one ssdba appears always
the continuation of its predecessor. The more
one changes, th more things remain tbs same.
Incidents connected with the late war are plenti
ful, but conversation turns most on the young
Russian painter, Harmaloff, who has not only
gained his spurs, but has wakened like Byion, to
find himself famous. There are less noteworthy
pictures this year than heretofore, although the
: number exhibited acver was greater. There is
no doubt the public love this annual treat prc-
Eared for them by living artists, for the French
ave an inborn taste for the beautiful ; then the
criticisms of the crowd are generally just. The
exhibition is also a rendezvous for fashionable
society, for tho sale of paintings to tho ordinr.ry
dealers, or to amateurs. Very often the gems of
the show are already purd-ased, and are only
exhibited to gratify the artist and the buyer.
M. Lasalle in his history of the opera mentions
a carious fact, that under the directory, the pub
lic was authorized to puy lor their places in
Assignats, and so terrible was the depreciation of
paper money at the time, that the amount re
ceived at the doors, was one million of fiaucs
over ordinary receipts. At present gold is more
plentiful than paper.
The trial of the murderers a gang of louiteou
individuals for killing an old lady aged 78, and
who lived alone, has produced a profound sensa
tion. She had the habit of boasting of her wealth,
as she enjoyed a public seat in the Luxembourg
Garden. A ticket of leave man overheard her,
aud noted her down us " good game." Five of
tho gang presented her with a bill, as if for re-
Exufioi ufci uousc, anu wniic examining it, they
nocked her over, aud strangled her with a hand
kerchief. Not more than fifty francs were found
by the murderers, one of whom wrenched tho
tamugs, with the portions of the flesh attached,
und another being unable to take the rings from
her Anger, bit off the finger, and carried it away
with him. Three of the gang havo been con
demned death, including ' Le Jaune " who
turned informer, touched by the kindness of a
policeman who, seeing he was cold, invited him
to draw near the guard-room fire, as be had been
arrestcu ou a cnarge ot tnett. lnis prisoner
owned he never experienced kindness iu his life ;
that his mother was a prostitute, his father a
robber, aud he has inhabited penitentiaries since
he was a child, and only felt at home there. Hi
companions bad to be well guarded, as they
threatened to "cut bis throat with their teeth."
The men occupy the cells, wherein Ossini and bis
two companions were lodged.
A cousin of the e-quocn of Spain, married a
few years ago un American named Perkins. They
hud to live on their wits and did so, in deluding a
poor lodging-house keeper, that by rich uncles in
the States, and the kindness of the queen, all
would be rich. Perkins was condemned to a
vears imprisonment, plus the sums ho owed bis
landlady. The court, however, acquitted the
wife of counivance. This part of the judgment
has just been reversed on appeal, and the wife is
held to have been the accomplice of her husband.
Perhaps after King Alphoriso settles with cousin
Cuilos, he will come down equally handsome for
Another distinguished foreigner has come to
grief. Tin-Tung-Ling was married in 1872 to a
Parisian belle, whom he rendered as miserable as
some outer barbarians do their wives. He moved
in learned society, and had a good reputation, but
all is destroyed ; he it indicted for bigamy. He
was married when he contracted the second
union, and diplomatic researches demonstrated
the existence of Madame Tin &c. the First. Un
fortunately at present no trace can be found of
her in Canton, ner nitivo town.
Some persons allege, that editors and literary
men do not make model husbands. A leading
journalist invites calumniators to assist at his
"golden weddiug," and join iu tho thanksgiving
Comtc de Waldeck, one of the sights of Paris,
has just died at the age of 110. Polish, he be
came a naturalized Frenchman. He leaves a
widow and a sou aged 24. He was a painter of
some merit, and bis salon was open to all. It is
related that the old and infirm visited him in order
to pluck up courage. He traveled much in his
youth, and brought home some sketches from
Mexico which were purchased by the government
for an annuity of U,000 francs, seventy years ago.
What a time bargain !
Poor Lespes, the noted journalist who has re
cently died, received a small appointmeut in a
uewsiiaper office on his first arrival in Paris. The
editor and proprietor were struck by his assiduity ;
be was the earliest in the office aud the last to
leave. Un inquiry, he admitted' the office was his
'Madame B is very considerate for her
maid," observed a mutual friend ; "she has only
to euter her bath to save it from being emptied."
A member of the French nobility was buried a
few days ago, and according to cus-om the escutch
eon was draped before the door, with the motto
M Ctst mon plaisir."
The memoirs of O. Barret have just appeared.
When a young barrister lie was directed to defend
a prisoner; he visited him in his U, to get up
his brief, aud advised the prisoner to wash and
shave himself before appearing before the jury,
giving him money for the purpose. Next day
the prisoner looked so clean in ins misery, that in
pity he was acquitted, and RatTOt won a triumph.
TO WOOL 6ROWES8.
THE I NOERSIttNEO CONTINIE
to buy Wools at good prices. Wools coming to
market this Spring particularly aetipd to make
C. BB.fc.WKR CO.
asai-av ni a V kWT
Pr. liross has made some soettou by his an
nual address before the American Medical Asso
ciation, at I ouisviiie. upon blood-letting a" a
therapeutic agent, which he described a one
of the lost arts." Dr. Grow teaching on this
subject has always keen very emphatic, and his
views are shared by moot of the enlightened
physician of the day The reaction from the
loug abes of j hlebotviuiy led to its altnovt entire
abandonment, and yet there arc, without duubt,
many eases of acute in8 minatory disease in which
It i- not only plainly indicated, hut almost imper
atively demanded, as the one effe-etive remedy
which will, employed at the right point, cut r-hort
an attack that nothing else can avcet Bat only
in the hands or a thoroughly trained scientific
physician, who can rec-gnt?.- the .xvnsi.vn and
the accompanying treatment, i- t.ch ! remedy,
or anv remedv.Taf.
It has been difficult to arrive at tho actual
amount of the national debt of Great Britain
and Irtland. At last the chancellor of the Ex
chequer ufficiaUy declrtrc? on tlc lat day of March,
which closed the financial year, it stood at $3,
877 ,700,000, which is precisely IS .04 5. 000 less
than it was a twelvemonth ago. Tho interest on
the debt (which is only 'I per cent, on most of it)
i? 136,07"),iO0 per annum, hut it i intended to
rai.-c it to $14O,O0OJW0 year the overplus to
be d voted to the liquidation ol the original in
debtedness, so as to clear off nes.rly 35.000,000
iu 1S75, and 5.SIO.OOO.OOO in thirty years ; or, if
certaiu contingencies arise, even as much as 1,
065,000.000 by the year 1905. The public rev
enue of the British Islands for the year 1875-G is
estimated at 378.42J"J0O0. It is to be borne in
mind thai India. Canada, Australia, &.C.,
have public revenue and public debt of their
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Slranifm Rei,era!ljr are
iimn-J to attend Public
Worship at FORT ST.
! culkch. wwcm isrsic ea arr htid . rvar Sabbath at n o'clock
M . :.. at 7 1-
o'clock, iu the Lecture room, t which all arc
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AT 2 1-2 CENTS PER POUND,
or to Contract for Large Quantities for Shipping, or for Balls
C The Ie'K CART will deliver supplies every m mine
between the hours of 6 and 8 o'clock, and between 3 and I
o'clock every afternoon. In the evening a supply will be kept
at the KOL'NT.VIN " Restaurant, for transient customers.
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ALSO, A FEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES !
Highly Recommended by those who have tried them, atill
on hand aud will be disposed of at Low Rates to Suit the Times.
FOLLOWING MACHINERY I
one sugar mill. complete;
three weston's centrifugal
five steam clarifiers, loo
ad 5UO GALLONS.
Various Soaoriptioxas !
PER BARK D. C. MURRAY.
Casc-s Ilcidseick's Champagne,
Caaes Assorted Brands Champagne,
Cases Hennessy's 1. 2 and ti;ar Brandy,
Cases Assorted Brands Brandy, Caaea Best Claret,
Cas'.-s Best Scotch Whiskey, Cases Best Holland 'Jin,
Baskets Best Holland Oin, s uae jug';
Cases Best Old Tom Oin. Ci.ses Assorted Clarets.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES:
Occ-d-ntal, Hern.itage and O. F. C.
OEMIJOIIN- V LCOriOI,.
Caaes Best Pale Sherry, Caar, Best Old Port,
Usr.-r Csk Hennessy's Pale Branv,
Quarter Ca.-ka Pale Sherry,
Quarter Ca-ks Irish Wl.isk-y.
Qunrter Cask Jamaica Ram.
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,
Pints and Quarts.
BW1, Wulfe & Co i India Pais Ale, plots aod quarts
BaJ li Co ' India Pale Ale, pints and .uarts;
JUST "H'EIVEB PER "kl MOI!"
A FINE AJSOKTMK.NT iifH II KK
w 1 Et i:,kv 1
SAUCE PANS. FRY
ICS IjHO N
A FINE ASSORTS; NT
POCKET AND TABLE
Silffr Plated Table Knifes, Furkst
fish hooks i
il Ilk. !'
i.amiv ,fxin.in:, mi., ma rem.
Lantorns3 DitTerent Styles
A FULL LINE OP .EL.F PAINTS, IN OIL AND DR'
T ZINC. WHITE . PUNT
STEAMERS, J. C. MURRAY AND SYREN
CAST 113 AlTfr
jJOWNER'K DRVOS KBROENE
AM0SKEAG& PEARL RIVER DENIMS
BARRELS EXTRA Tr A IT Y I A 1 1 V SALT. IU AND 20 LK. BAGS.
Ol BOVS. 1 1 3-4 nil 8 INCHEN, V tRKIKHI
GOLDEN GATJ SU?ER;INE AND OREGON EXTRA FLOUR!
Columbia Rer Salmon in Bnrrels, EXTK
4-4 Fine White Oina .Matting, esb rival. English Mr.-ukluH and Japim Teas. I, 3 A .' lb.
Oat, Corn and Vpeat eal. Oriked Jheat and Ry Flour. Crushed Sugar,
Fresh Canned Flits from Callrnia 1
Huhbuck's Best a!eJlolled I .seed Oil. also, Raw. Rufcfcnok Wilt Lend and Zinc. Vuy
A good assortmit ol Paint i Oil. land 2 lb. canu. '
. L S O , A IE Af B R A Ii ASSORTMENT OF
SHELF HLRDWA.E DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
Tin and Woode Ware, ParlEagh No. 2 and 20. and Steel Bow, Iloa. Rakcn.
Spades. ShoreU Etc. c. Etc. Eic. Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
The abve Good wll be
LUMBEF, LMIER !
AT THEIR OLlfcTAlO
Fort, King and Merchat Sts.
HAVE ON WAND ANU FOWAHC.
Boards Flanks and Batn.
Nor Wert Tongucd and Groed Boards,
Nor West Jnrfaced Planedloarda
Rongl and Planed Bide.
Redwood Battens and Clapards,
Redwood Tongned and Greed Boards,
DOORS, WINDOWS ill BLINDS !
Nails, Locks, Bntt anBcrews.
OIL, WHITE LEAD, iC PAINT.
Turpentine, Chrome Gtn,
Paris Green, Chrome ow,
Red Lead, Black PainVarnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umb
Venitian Red, YeUowhre, &c, &c.
FOR PLIMATIC BR
WHITE ASH B0ARDS& PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIGHT AND PNTATION t'SE
WHITE EASTBN PINE
BOARDS AND I s N K
IU OTHER BtlllllVMATEKIlLS !
CHA3. T. CM-ICK,
mT-jr , X "WSVT T5T .t .
ACET TO TAEE ACE3if LFIMiKMK.N TS HB
TLt A 13 -O "
962 j ,'itrlor OMr-. H !
ASS ! GLASS !
M HNl.v ss. j sr flt; i r Kl.
HxlO t nosio
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IHTS, ll-VII nYF.Nv
GALVANIZED IKtiN II Its n; im 1 k
OF SHELF HAi JWAR(
SCISSORS. SHEARS AND RA20H.
jsw.ns. Cbildrm's .nis Knircs. Forln im.i Sr n. fft
BrcBkfnet Castors, '1 t, .,-
FULL ASSORTMENT or ril
IN-. I WINK, 4 Air IK 111
OII..TI RPF.N I INK. V.tRNIMIKs.
1 1-3 inches.
and more I'ariul Articles, we Ofr lor Si
Co 0 r C m
DILLINGHAM A CO.
nil m - - . it i i nn ii o . i 'rc
Sold on most Liberal Terms.
C. BREWER k C
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOW?
WELL MtW '
POR T J fcjj
PALL GT 4i
. ' BY TIlr
American Clipper Ship Syr
Sales to Arrive will be m,
r r a o r st
A.MflsKEAG DEMMS M E K '
PKI NTH, newest stylrs.
Pearl Hirer Penlinn, Manch Da, lilurkr
Pur' Cider Vinegar, Qr. Itla Cl-ar Pork,
I' ii i Klngsford'a Corn Uttnh
Nat Itlark Pepper. KliM No 1 i, lt ,
Toinsto MMB, i ui-uintk a,,,
OEM INK PARKER HOI ' a
flreen Teas, Hilt Water Soap,
PROVISIONS AND NA
Dnrrels Mess pork,
Casks Mew Bedford Pilot Bre
llarrel rViutiern Pit
'JH Toss steam Coal, Ca
Two MMett Contra Board Wlale Brf
New Bedlord Oil Bhonkt.
New bedfonl C rdar . I
New Bedford W Im
Lawreoce VotVtu Duck,
A Choice Lot of Ash Of
narroai ironp. v,
Hunt's Azv Hatcbcts,
tt Hru (ul Nalla. A !. Slr
Bars I: ; -t American Ii i asarted risrst
Bwelish Iron. Norway
". II ,r. Pa' 2 Ktfrierators,
Wood Seat Chair', Ml do. Ax Ilandi
WiM Wash Boar, 10 da Birr),
Vernwiiit Ox BoW. U, ziran.
100 CASES CARD MATCHE
A Selected Assortm-nl "f Ah Plank.
White Pine. I. It. 1 J. i Incb",
Bis k Walnut. I. 2. S toehes,
('. r'.r ,i lor1.
YeUow Metal. (jomposiuon m
ImUmt Bltin, P.i-r Bl. Chri.tr" I rtatHmJ
w' r ruif t ariw
Hair, Buhner Packla.
Lamp Black, 1st QtwlUr Bal.t-n, J
Eastern Pino Keg and Bbl
'oir. iMsio.MiJiuf, :
I Xnt. la 3 z. j
AN 4. CQ.
Iti t 'A
THE rjKDSRSlGNK?) COST-1
d Polar Oil.
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