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H. HACICFELD &CO.
Oiler For Sale
THE FMWII GOODS
J U ST ARRIVED
HAWAIIAN BAEK KA MOI
OX THE 24 OF NOVEMBER LAST.
IJEKP PINK PRINTS, LARUE PATTERN.",
Asrnrtnent Fancy Prints, new style.
Whit Ground Prints,
iilark and White Prints, French Mu-dirn.
Heavy Bin Denims, plain and MrijMil.
Din and White Striped Ticking.
Krown Cottons, assorted qualities.
Blue Cottons,' White Cottons,
Horrocksefl White Long Cloth. A and 15, 3fi
inch and 22 inch wide.
Linen Sheeting, 72, 82, 90 and 100 inches wide,
Cotton Sheeting. C3, 72, 80 and 90 inches wide.
Victoria Lawns, 7-yard pieces, asst'd qualities,
Indigo Blue Flannel, Black Silk Alpaca.
Black Cobourgs, Cne and medium.
Scotch Waterproof Tweeds, all colors.
Turkey Red and Yellow Cotton Handkerchief,
Ladies' Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Assorted Cotton Stockings and Socks.
Linen Thread, Assorted,
Black and Colored Silk Neckties, new styles,
Monkey Jackets, assorted qualities.
Heavy Woolen Blankets, Scarlet, Orange, Blue
Fancy Flannel Shirts, Linen Shirtu, Cotton do.
Merino Finish Undershirts, Cotton Undershirts,
Assorted Bar laps, French Calfskins,
Genuine Faa de Cologne.
Macaar Hair Oil, Lubin's Extracts.
Fine India Rubber Dressing Combs,
Fine Woolen Shawls and Traveling Plaids,
Fine and Common Pen and Pocket Knives,
Fine Steel Scissors, Common Scissors,
Tinned Spurs on Cards, Iron Teakettles.
Galvanized Pails, 10 and 12 inch,
Galvanized Washing Tubs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machines,
Charcoal Box Irons,
Bright Fencing Wire, No. 4, 5 and C,
Full Afistm't of Best Refined EnglishHar Iron,
Muntz's Yellow Metal Sheathing, nnd Compe
tition Nails, Block Tin,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, Hoop Iron.
Porous Water Monkeys.'Pressed Tumblers.
Cut Porter Glasses.
Hubbiick'M Patent White Zinc Paint,
Hubbuck's Patent While Iad Point,
Hi:bbuck's Pale Boiled Linseed Oil,
Black Paint, Paris Green, Red Lead.
Caustic Soda, Best Lagos Palm Oil.
A LABOR ASSORTMENT OF
GERMAN. ENCLISH & FRENCH
Liebig's Extract of Meat.
Slearine Candles, 4, 5 and fi.to a pound,
Castor Oil, in tins and glass,
Fpsom Salts in bulk and boxes.
Nests cf Trttaks, Birch Brooms,
Wrapping Paper, Market Baskets,
Assortment of Blank Books,
Press Copy Books, Shipping Receipt Rook.
Assorted Sizes Horse'Rope, Hemp Packing.
Spunyarn, Flag Line, Log Lino.
Swedish Safety Matches,
Devoe's Kerosene Oil, in patent cans.
HeidsieCk & Co.'s Champagne, in qts. and pts.
Rninart Pere & Fils Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock, in qts. and pts.
Genuine Hollands Gin, in jugs and baskets,
Genuine Hollands Gin, in glass, green boxes,
Routelleaii & Co.'s Brandy, in glass, one to
Boutelleau & Co.'s Brandy iu casks
German Ale and Lager Bier in qts. and pts.
Jeffrey's Edinburgh Ale and Stout qts. and pts.
Assorted Clarets very One to common
Liebfauenmilch fc Laubenheimer Rhine Wines
Small Assortment of Hungarian Wines
Bitters, Alcohol in 1 gal. demijohns 9C per cent
German and Havana Cigars.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar
Empty Petroleum Barrels for Tallow containers
Oak Boat for Coasters,
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Etc. Etc. Etc. Et.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
The above specified Goods, together with a well
Assorted Stock now on hand ex recent arrivals,
are offered for sale in quantities to suit the trade.
Orders from the other Islands filled at
lowest market rates. 9C3
CARRIAGE JMtATERIAL !
gPOKKS, 1 TO 3 1-2 INCHES, HICKORY
RIMS Ash and Hickory, 1 to 2 inches;
HUBS AH lUes,
FELLOES For Ox Car, assorted sixes, Oak ami Ash;
SHAFrS Wagon and Carriage, finish! and rough;
POI.E3 and Carriage, finished and rough ;
Cross Bars, lakes, Seat Balls,
Wb aad Ba?y Bw? !
AliraM Keea Hand ! tumde Order,
Ox Cart Whtels and Ctrts,
Which I am prrpred to SELL CHEAP.
AL.HO, O IV HAND,
A Large Lot of Ash Lumber !
Having parchaaid the entire stock or carriage materia! from Dil
lingham Co., I am prepared to fill City and Country Orders
promptly and at Reasonable Prices.
DIFFERENT STYLES OF
or dt own manufacture, constantly on hand, and
74 and "6 King Street, Honolulu.
Blocks and Oars !
For Sale by
EOLLKS k. CO
...vst-i n-n A MTT)Tfi A "W nT nPTTS !
nn iLE at SAV FRANCISCO PRICES,
C. BREWER &, CO,
OFFER FOR SALE
ffc JJ fT ip Q Jf
j JUST ARRIVED from DOSTON
j ItNKS f l MllflltMM) ( ItU..
NEW BEDFoRU OIL MIOOfvS.
I'.UCK I'AINT, BARREI-S llO.-IN.
IiriiBS AND fFOKE?.
SWEDISH IRON, REFINED IRON
R--.und an.1 Flat.
N. B. PILOT BREAD in casks.
I'arkT II mis r-iuir, Ilant'ii Aw.
Iron Hubli Whltisrr.-.ir,
H o n t li o r XX oltlug,
Rirts, atnrted -iizf.
Fence Wire, Nos. 5 & C !
Kul.lrfT Ilow H.w, 12 ini h. Bras' Wire Sivr.
Clar Boat Panl!, B"at Caustic Soda,
Cases Downer's Kerosene Oil, Fine Shooks
Columbia River Salmon !
l;ST RECEIVED PER J. A, EALKIX-
9 BCRO in lArr-! and hnlftiarrels. For Ml by
C. BREWER K CO.
Knowles' Patent Steam Pumps !
C. Brewer & Co.,
SOLE A I. F.MS FOE THE HAWAII 1 ISLANDS,
Receive per Syren from Boston,
OF THE ABOVR
Celebrated Pumps, from No. 2 to C,
AND ARE KEADV TO RECEIVE OR
DERS (or any or the pumps or this tuake to be rrwarild
overland ir n-CMary,
nOU.F.K FEED PIMPS,
SVRI'P PCM PS,
VACl'l M PCMPS.
Pumps for Hot or Cold Water, Salt Water
Prices nnd nthrr inf-riualinn 31'ven by
aul4 C. BREWER & CO., Agents.
AT THE OLD STAND
FORT v iji:f.i sth.
WE ARE I'REPAit ED TO OFFER AT
LOW RATES FOR CASH!
nnd on Liberal Terms for Approved
"IT ITT TtfX TP fS B3
H h ilJ JLV JL lit J2JBL iLk
Pickets and Laths.
Posts, sawed and rough
Surfaced Boards and Plank,
Rustic Siding, Clapboards,
. Moulding, &c.
Eastern Clear White Pine!
1 In. 1! in. 11 in. and 2 in.
EASTERN DOORS-Hail. Panel,
1 mo. 2 mo. and Sash.
Eastern Glazed Sash.
CALIFORNIA DOORS-Raieed, Panel, 1 mo.
2 mo. and Sash.
California Painted Blin.l?. Cala. Glazed S:ish.
Hubbucks Zinc and Lead !
Scotch Zinc and Lead.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL!
Turpentine and Putty, Varnish, Paint and White
GLASS, all Sixes !
Locks, Butts, Hinges, Bolts, Window Springs, j
Hooks and Lyes. j
WALL PAPER i
Englisb, German and American, in great variety, j
at Low Rates. j
Salt at market rates
WILDER & CO.
; McE WAN'S PORTER !
JUST ARRIVED, IN STOVE JI GS, qit.
and pint. Wo Far ty CHA3. .ONa.
'Mllfl " fill I ' J""
i Commercial 3Utm1iscr.
sat run ay. sept em ij tin is.
In ewry community there are pecj-Ia who are
distinguished by their peculiarities. Some are
reroarkaMe fjr their reticence, others for their
cttrubive l juaciousricsa ; eome for the peculiar
principles which they hold in regard to politics,
t religion and of men and things generally, others
for their lack of opinion upon any euHect, bow
pver -eommon and simple. Some have peculiar
dispositions ; one i given to be petulant, and
another to be pliant even under circumstance of
provocation, IJiere are some who are peculiar
for their ei.-hnes, others for their great socia
bility. Some are peculiar about the style of their
dreee, others aa to what they eat and drink.
There are Fome who are peculiar in their habits
i and customs, and others in their hopes, fears and
pnrsuite. Uw man is dietinguistjea ry the
monotonous life which he leads, and another hy
the variety with which he ppieea or spoilt it.
There are peculiarities in the sanctum, in the
pulpit, the Senate and the forum. I'erlmj tlie
pulpit is as .remarkable for its peculiarities as
anything else. Clergymen in all ages have been
noted for their idiosyncrasies, wit and humor.
It is only necessary to 6peak of such men as
Sydney Smith, Dean Swilt and Rowland Hill.
In the reign of the Second Charles ministers of
the eoepel indulged mneh in witty sayings that
excited the risible faculties, and the fashion was
re-introduced by Lawrence Sterne. Father Andre
was one of the most peculiar preachers of almost
any age. On one occasion he illustrated the
goodness of God in taking special care of his own
children by visitations of .divine providence.
"Among other evidences," said he, " consider
what has happened to this holy house in which 1
am preachiDg. The lightning struck the lilrury
and consumed it, but injured not a single monk
If, however, it had fallen on the dining-room or
buttery, bow many brethren would have been
killed how many tears shed what desolation
would have ensued." When Dr. Bylee, of whom
many humorous things are told, was engaged in
nailing some list upon hid doors to keep out the
winter blasts, one of his parishioners, desirous of
exhibiting his wit, said to him, " The wind
bloweth wheresoever it listeth, Dr. Hyles." lie
replied instantly, " Yes, sir, and man listeth
wheresoever the wind bloweth."
A good many years ago a Washington corres
pondent, wrote a letter describing the peculiari
ties of some of the Senators and Representatives
when addressing either house. Of John C.
Calhoun he said it was seldom that he was at a
loss for a word, but occasionally one would
stick in his throat in the pronunciation, like
Macbeth's amen.'" When this took place he
seemed to have a particular pique at the huge
shirt collar which enveloped his throat, and
which he would twitch and pull with a jerk once
or twice in the most petulant way, then he would
run his bony lingers through his long gray hair,
until it fairly bristled again. When Daniel
Webster experienced any difficulty in recalling a
suitable word or got " 6narled up in a sentence,
he almost invariably scratched the inner corner
of his right hand," and if this operation failed to
elicit the word which he desired, or to extricate
him from the enarl in which he had become in
volved, he rubbed his " nose quite fiercely with
the bent knuckle of his thumb." But when
neither of these operations proved successful, lie
threw his knees apart until his legs formed a
kind of ellipsis, and plunging his hands deep
into his poctets, he threw the upper part of his
body quickly forward, and the coveted verbiage
was bound to come." When General Cass
found himself in the same situation, he passed
his hand rapidly along the lower extremity of his
vest, and Mr. Benton lowered his voice until the
remainder of lus sentence became inaudible. 3Ir.
Mangum in such a predicament became violent,
and the word that was skulking in some remote
corner of the brain was brought forth by a ter
rific sneeze. As in those days, so in these, there
are men in Congress, at the bar, in the pulpit,
practicing medicine, engaged in merchandizing
and other occupations who are remarkable for
their personal peculiarities. s
True Christians are called the peculiar people
of the Lord, because he cherishes for them a
peculiar and complacential love, bestows upon
them peculiar .pteeoings ana watcnes over tueui
with a most tender regard. They are peculiar in
their modaof living, in their habits, in their de- j
oD c., .i ; '
votion to the cause they espouse, and in their
pure ana nofr lives.
But there is a sect in .England which clafms to
be "The Peculiar People," and from accounts
recently received in regard to them they are
justly entitled to the appellation. The Beet, it is
said, is composed of people in the lower ranks of
life, but of high character. One of their dis
tinctive beliefs ia that physicians are of no use,
and cannot effect a cure of any disease, and
when any member is sick no phyBician is employed
to attend him. Instead of calling into requisi
tion the services of a physician, they summon
the elders ot the cnurch wno pray over the pa- I
tient and anoint him with oil, in obedience, as !
they eay, to the inspired injunction of James : j
44 Is any sick among you? Let him call for the !
elders of the church, and let them pray over him,
anointing him with oil in the came of the Lord,
and the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and
the Lord shall raise him np, and if he have com
mitted sins they shall be lorgivpn him." They
hold that by these injunctions they arc prohibited
from calling in surgical or medical aid, and must
rely upon the power and efficacy of prayor for n
cure in any and every case. It appears, how
ever, that, notwithstanding the religious tolera
tion of which England boasts, these people, al
though acknowledged to be of good moral char
acter and pure lives, cannot carry out the prin
ciples which they profess, and that when one of
their children dies, for whom no medical aid was
procured during its sickness, the parent or guard
ian is adjudged to be guilty of manslaughter.
The child of a workingman had been ill for ten
months, and during all that time no physician
was called in to render medical assistance, and
after its death the father was tried and convicted
at the Old Bailey for manslaughter, although it
was shown that both the parents loved him very
dearly, nursed him tenderly and attentively, and
provided for hinj every delicacy in their power.
Mr. Justice Blackburn, before whom the ease
was tried, asked the father of the late child why
it was that he had not taken medical advice, and
his answer was, because 1 am of the Peculiar
People and do not believe in it. I trust to the
Lord. The child was prayed for and prayed over,
and the elders laid hands on him, and anointed
him with holy oil." But the justice held that
those having the custody of young and helpless
children were bound by the law human and
divine to make use of all human means in their
power to alleviate their misery and save their
lives. The father replied that he had acted on
the law of Scripture as he understood it, and
would be the last to break it. But in face of all
the evidence going to show that the man did all
he could for a child which he loved, the Judge
instructed the jury to bring in a verdict of
guilty against the father, if they thought that
he, having reasonable ability to furnish medical
assistance neglected to do so, and that death arose
from 6uch neglect." The jury found according
to the instructions of the JuJge, but they also
declared that the prisoner, honestly and conscien
tiously believing that medical advice was not
necessary, did no wrong in not employing a
physician. The law point involved is rather
abstruse, but we hope the English jurists will be
able to unravel it and explain satisfactorily its
application to 44 The Peculiar People." Pitts
It was a young woman, with as many white
flounces round her as the planet Saturn has rings,
that did it. She gave the music-stool a whirl or
two, and fluffed down to it like a twirl of soap
suds in a large basin. Then she pushed up her
cuffs as if she was going to fight for the champ
ion's belt. Then she worked her hands and
wrists, to limber "cm I suppose, and spread out
her fingers till they looked as though they would
pretty much cover the key-board, from the growl
ing end down to the little squeaky ones. Then
those two hands of hers made a jump at ths keys
as if they were a couple of tigers coming down
on a flock of black and white sheep, and the piano
gave a great howl as if its tail had been trod on.
Dead Ptop so still you could hear your hair
growing. Then another howl, as if the piano
had two tails and you had trodden on both of
them at once; and then a grand clatter and scram
ble and etring jumps, up and down, back and
forward, one hand over the other, like a stampede
of rats and mice more than anything; I can call
music Oliver ndell A
The two I'iuark boys are jrhar the iu:t
vicious of their kind, and yet in tfw towns where
they have rl.iveJ their uioet eeani.il.us j ranks
they are spoken of with a s rt of admiring awe.
Count Herbert, who has been in during his Win
ter mis-fion. has introduced ru'-rc than i'ruwian
diplomacy into the by no means grateful Bava
rian Court. There is tw end to the xsindal cir
culated concerning that youn r r.tL'iuan, the
hundredtL part of which woul J t-erve to Uiiuth
Lim from eelf-rCi-iectinz Co re a unities in any
j ether couiktryv His younger browser. Count
John, is too young to cuneeal Lia excesses, nnd
too blunt, even if he were not. II-' is of the im
pression that his father holds rieraany m lee
simple, and if that doesn't give him a right to do
aa he pleases, what can? So he does as lie pleases
and he pleases to do exactly what the world in
general holds to be low ani very debasing. His
haunts are more notorious for democratic vicious
nese than aristocratic seclusion. His habitual
state is not one to reoaenmend him to pelite atten-
j tion, and if the face is, as Mr. Beecher search-
ingly says in some of hi character analyses, an
in.iex ol man 3 ruWng passion. Imint ionn
would Le about the er.n to bring on a Brooklyn
witness fitand. IIerlert is rather tine looking as
his rice go, but John i dump Me;r of scor
butic of visage, and coarse of manner generally.
A lie .-.111 Jilt 111 I lllilir, iiii laiiit 1 1 umin-iup
anxiety, not onlv for their notorious profligacies,
but fur the difficulty lie finds in keeping them on
terms with their army and diplomatic associates.
He has been striving to marry Count llerben to
a pretty Countess of the Protectant party, but
1 am tolJ the father refuses. The consent of
the lady is never acked in affairs of this kind.
Chirago Turns' Du'lin Letter.
Bathing When Tired,
tJne of the most prevalent fallacies that dituih
the public .mind to-day i. tbe i.lea that ii is harm
ful to go into the water when heated with work,
walking, running, or exercie of any kind. How
many tunes, when boys, have we bad that injunc
tion laid upon us by anxious mothers, not to go
into tbe water when we were warm or perspiring.
But we often used to s-e our playmates go into the
water when literally dripping with sweat, and
could not understand how tbey could escape me
dread consequence which we had always bein
led to believe would follow. The true rule seems
to be, rather, not to bathe when the system is
tired or exhausted, and U this is faithfully carried
out, any one in good health may take a plunge
bath in cold water, however warm they may be.
When the system is fresh, it reacts quickly from
the numbing effects of the cold dash, leaving the
person feeling fresher and clearer than before; on
the contrary, when worn with toil and latigue,
there is not that reserve force to draw upon, and
tbe consequences are often quite serious. Let
parents and all others disabuse themselves of that
exploded notion, and only hear in mind the rule
here brought forward, never to balbe when the
body is tired and the system not in a condition to
sustain further demands upon it.
An evil future is impartially preparing for both
the apostles of the permissive hill and the great
public-house interest itself. Science, with its
wonted absence of prejudice, lias just dealt each
side of the question a knock-down blow. A
Frankfort journal reports that a chemist of that
city has lately given a public exhibition of his
ability to make delicious beer at a moment's notice
out of nothing but a small quantity of brownish
powder and a pail of water, ft is said that certain
experts present some of them brewers themselves
could not distinguish between tbe beverage
thus made on the spot and that drawn from the
orthodox cask. The new beer-powder can be
sold at five pence an ounce, and one ounce is suf-
Ocient to produce a gallon of beer. At this rate
a glass ot ale will cost about a farthing. And
the process li so simple: Take some pure, cold
water, put the powder into it, stir well, and the
beer is ready. The inventor, moreover, declares
that by a slight change in bis ingredients, he can
alter the quality of the beer, and produce any
kind that may be desired. Shortly, therefore, a
j great revolution may be expected. With a few
! grains of Bass in one pocket and a pinch or two
j of Ind and Coope in tan other, ihe thirsty, but not
even bona Me traveller of the future will calmly
make for tbe nearest pump, and there eonienieciy
drink confusion alike to Sir Lawson and to ih
licensed victualler. Tall Mall (Juzttle.
The EmjUsh Money Market Jinleio says that a
i fact of some importance as tending to, if it does
not entirely, dispel the prevaling impression that
the " life "! of a submarine cable is of a limited
nature, was lately mentioned hy Mr. John IVnder,
I M. J., at the meeting of the Eastern Telegraph
Amftai!, iIeafitei-!faA the vari,-"3 sT'io1? of
the Last-rn system, with the exception ol a shore
end of u short line at Lisbon which was undergoing
repair, were in perfect working order. JJut of
far greater importance, a affecting tbe future of
submarine cable enterprise, was his announcement
that the Suez and Aden section, which was laid
iu comparatively warm water, had improved in
insulation by no less than thirty-eight per cent, and
the other cables of tbe Kastern Company from
forty five to seventy-seven per cent in insulation
power, which is ot course the chief element in
estimating their capacity for the transmission of
messages. Vtr. pei.der 'further slated that (he I
cables longest laid have improved the most. j
a life insurance case of some interest has just
been decided in the Supreme Court of the United
States. It arose upon an incomplete policy.
The insurance company agreed to insure the de
ceased. The contract was made and premium
paid, but before the policy was delivered the per
son insured died. The insurance company alleged
that he was suffering from a seated disease at the
time cf his application, and that this fact was
concealed. The court below left it to the jury to
determine whether the case was one of seated dis
ease or an occasional or accidental sickness which
ended in death. Upon the trial the company took
the position that the court ought to have charged
the jury upon the evidence that the case was one
of seated disease, and that it was an error to al
low the jury to decide whether it was or not.
The Supreme Court of the United States decides
to the contrary. The case is illustrative of a
growing disposition among certain life insurance
companies to embarrass and resist the payment of
their policies. No cause could be better calcula
ted to break up the life insurance business than
to render it probable to persons who might desire,
to have their lives insured for the benefit of their
relatives, or others, that there was probability of
a refusal to pay and a legal controversy alter
A learned German, Dr. Bachmaier, has invented
a method of correspondence in which numerals
stand for words and ideas, and has already pub
lished dictionaries on his system in the English,
French, and German languages. Copies of these
dictionaries were exhibited at the last meeting of
the Oriental Congress, and were warmly approved
by the most competent judges. Should the inven
tion stand the test of full investigation and exper
iment, a universal language will have been dis
covered a language capable of being understood
all over the world, to the great advantage of
science and commerce. Of course a universal
language cannot be so full or expressive as a
particular language, but it may be sufficient for
many useful purposes notwithstanding. If it
comprises three or four thousand words, it will
have as many as ordinary people habitually use,
and a dictionary need not be very voluminous to
contain this number of words. The mode of
working Dr. Bachmaier 's system is exceedingly
simple. Supposing No. 1 to represent cash, an
English correspondent would write 44 1 " instead
of 44 cash, and his Spanish or Japanese customer
would only have to glance at his dictionary to
know what was meant. The invention is highly
There is probably no recorded history to show,
I since the settlement of the country, a year in
I which the floods of the Atlantic slope have spread
I over so vast a section, or been so destructive in
their furv. Ilardlv a State but has been visited
by the overflow of its rivers. The Mississippi,
Missouri, Ohio, Wabash, and hundreds of smaller
streams, have risen above their banks, and rushing
abroad into the valleys, swept away houses, cattle,
growing crops and grain in the 6tacks, bridges,
mills, and other valuable improvements. The
pecuniary damage is counted by millions of dollars,
and there has also been some los of life, while
the destitution is fearful. These floods are all
the more remarkable because occurring in mid
summer. They are anticipated to a certain extent
in the Spring, at which season they work less ruin.
PER FALKINBURG, THIS DAY !
FROM PORTLAND, 0., DIRECT.
Wfjwt BARRELS COM MBI A RIVER
pgyy SALMON. Etra .No. 1 vjaality. Alt, Half
Barrels tlitto, ditto,
ATVL.iv-r:v, ami m rfN nonnr.n
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. ' How T. Jt'MJK WtUHiR.
Tbe colors of tbe kv. at different tiui-s. art a
wonderful guidance. IVt on! j d.es a clear 'n-t
rrejv fujr weatkA. but tL-re are uiber tints
wLkh speik wi'b c!-.riu and aofNrary. A
bright jeil.iw ir. t":i evening indicate- wind: a
pale yellow wet; a n'itixl gray color C'"n'ii?ute
a favorable sign it' th v-t,irijj -tin unfavorable
one in the m-rm'.. ITue iKtu.l are full of
meaning in tbenwle i! they are -of:. unJCiifil
and feathery. t!.- i1!er he ne; jf the e.lge
are bard. sharj. an 1 Jeirsiie. i: will be foul,
(ienerally (-waking, a.iv i!rr. iiikisiu! hue be
token wind'and rain: while more quiet an. I deli
cate tints bepenk fair weather. i:ujle a tbes.
iua.iiui are. iln li r ! i-ti 11.. ii.l of Trade L-k
thongbt Ol to publish lhetii !-.r it ne of sea
mm:, skixk. T.IM.OW.
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lt iny WiM.t4 at fr-bvl rt-r. rwiriK to
m.ai kt Iht-i S.rin pn.-tilrl .l,ry.l to mak
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CATLF. A COOKE.
J. S. CURNEY,
MINI (HON, TOK tUO 4M BILLIARD sll.OON
Xo. 1 Nuuanu flrftl, 4 tior5 tlnw Kin?
D'tilr in Sltf!!.t. fVsiW.4 anil Hfueml ''josi.
of tbe Pacific.
PiRrT Caddies, C'ii-.ik, Toieoo, LFVMinik Sod With
PARLOR ORGANS !
PARLOR ORGANS !
PER SHIP CEYLON
PA RT I KS I X V A NT OF A NICK I .VST B I
AT REASONABLE RATES !
Will iio well to rtunu horn Hit Int; lhre oU "U-f.tr- have
FOR HALF. BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
j j3i 3m
SHIP CHANDLERY !
FLOUR AND BREAD.
HEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE !
AT LOWEST RATES UY
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Work.
FOR SALE LOW BY
97 1 3m
C. BREWER & CO.
Tlie LADIES of tbe HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
THAT THK I' P K R N I (! X E O HAS I
JUST RECEIVED I
PER " EEQAL TENDER,'
JV.li Elegant Line of
LADIES' k (IIILIEW SHOE WARE
OF ALL KIXDS.
II7V7 for XHjiffioriti of' irnrktHfinzhijt
t-fi nil ot f e.fftlttf.
The Children's Wore
tKF SOMF.THINfc HLK.lT.
THESE COOPS WILL HK SOLD AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Ai.so-.irsr to H Axn
LADIES' WHITE KIQ SLIPPERS.
Lnifirt gem ore rt.pfctj'tiUg itnitfd to
(Dnii)P th' ft good ornl judge fur
Errry pft'if linlj' marked
M, Mr IN CR XT,
Hor.clala, July 1, IsTS. 97 Ir
! SUPERIOR PARLOR ORC-ADS
tIII.K! 1III.K ! TIII.K 2
WELL KNOVVNPUUNU! DAIRY!
F tfjO TIIK I XIKRH. Xi:i HO I XJ
I tZjLS pur i k w: ku.u fci I M I A. 'I I
n '()WH fro Mr. J KUrl-. I
PUUNri- KANCIl !
M pr-r. li furnish to f:nir
riRF. IRISH MILK. I t)l ITITIIS TO MIT!
MIC CoutM QUAIIT,
rn l MKATRr ur Rtsrri't.
laJ Ueilet(A ia lr Maniac t4 tflfm !
To ltt rc'r. o.-li lit. t w H-.irart it 1
LOW PHICr.a j
Ontr tv to Jlt. ho h.i rfctrj ih MJk n.r ,
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
frl'IIK t lFHi(lKI HAS X 114X11
AMI lOR iUI.Il
EXTRA No. I,
In 1-2 I.W. Kill. 2(1 l.W. Kill mm
Pull weight, thoroughly packed, warranted to keep
weet and good. I'RICES FAR DIXOW ANY
THING OF HIE KIM) IN THE CITY.
inns, i oini in , ii n eh saimox :
SEASON I 870 No. I,
200 I.KS. Karb.nl Kvjaallv LOW l'KieF.r.
AIXI, A I'KW HAflKPI'
C. R. SALMON BACKS !
X. I Kiira, ItraM. iHli,
Tw Himlrr4 F.nch Ml .00. T
A Few Bbls. C.R.Salmon!
Sm. I. 200 l.hm. mrb, rmmm 1 SI 4. m I
y Buyers re respectfully request! f e nil nd
examine for themselves.
tT Or.lcr from the Tr'le,Clty, an.! Iln.l Rrnz-rally
C. C. M'CANDLEOS,
FISH MARKET, STALLS 9 &3. jjr HI
LUMBER, JiUMBER !
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND M
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE OX II A Ml A XII FOR SALE.
Boards, Plankl and Battens.
Nor' West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
TFt 33 X "V7" O O
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
AM) .. .
DOORS; .TOP AXII HII.MIS!
Nails, Locks, Buttl and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD,. ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Oreen, i I'.'
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
FOR PLANTATION IfE.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIGHT AND PLANTATION t'ff.
WHITE EASTERN PINE
BOARDS AXII FLANKS.
ALL OTIIEIi llUllinii MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
. for sait: !
Good fir Chk'n F"J, kr.
KAKAAKO SALT, per Bag or Ton,
Of ihr Ileal ditalllr. I'm up If Rrwir4,
JAS. I. OOWSF.TT,
T0 Zra Corner Q jn k fort Pt.
NEW GOODS !
New Goo da !
New CvoccJxz t
jt sT r.Lvr.t vi:i
ir ROM CHINA DIRCCT,
OW OI'F.MXO M FOR S4I.K NV
lilt IMIIKMUM l,
I 1 . -
Ji: Fl.lir lNJl-r. i.f fcrel Hu,1y ,.. rot.
ami penrl. e.i tfrr rl, Sr., At.
. SII K I'nr..liS ol tliderrat plleiu. ftifl
I ' i ' ! ' ; i t I -ii,
I'lNA Sirlprtl (.aur,
ripe L.twl. OraV n..tti, .llkNrl Tim
Tl"iM-tirll. IVitttirr Ahil Silk Fun,
Suiid.il Woo. I. Ivory, Tnttu'nelir, n.
Hf rel Wnr l l 1orri(iiMo. (
Flowered Vae of all nien ainl tlevlta.
SiUer Ware. Very Cue,
While MAlling of tny llnml tiialily.
Citmplior Vo4xl Tiimko In Next bs iiiatllf ,
,j ('anili"i W'oo.l 1'iiink In Nt-kU So. ,
I'umplior Wi..NlTYtink In .Nen No. 2,
Miiuil i I'ope l.t si t ii m 1 1 1 v iu of all niye.
HASKIXOF Vi:iJV FIN I! It It PA K FAST TPA t
Prf-J'! v'il (iiuyrr an( L'krti Cliow, f k : , , i
Ul.U MATS. MNIil.P. ASH IMHT.MI
t . i
TEAS, all of Iho now season I
. Houchoug In Cliel, jib. paciaeii, ' '
, llyn, in 21b. Utiea, . ,
Oolong t.f very auperior alilj.
rRnHrRvri) (UNfirR and mow niiiw,
pignrft! OiKarn! Cinafn!
Oenulne Mauilaa anJ luiilaliout.
IIKi: CKKKI.RS k I IRFUOIkS, all 4rt,U.
FULL LINI-M OFKTAPLi: GOODS TOO NUMTR
' l l 1 I M 1 f ;
AFONC & ACHUCK.
IV Mmmmhm Virrri.
F O K HVTltS
BY THE UNDERSIGNED!
fflOXS HFST SMITHS COAL.
Tom irt OlH.fo hlrliu t'uat,
hmr I urn, ia AumIH
LIME .TUIGK C'OHDIALH !
t ? I - . t . ;
In 1 Jot. rt i4 tlio CMrlHralil Mkiiiilwtiir' i-t J.tw
i 1 Jllku k C,0l(Hr, ' ' ' '
yV I'i:W OP
Smith & Wellstooil'o .Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES !
lliRlily Kmmairndi i l.jr Hhh I.o iri4 thrm, atlll
on hnJ and will i.in. M l Kamtuli the f ibiM.
FOLLOWING MACHINERY I
IINF.M UAK MILL. ( OMI'LETKl
TIIKF.F. W CVrOX' I'KNTRIPI'UAI.
F I V K S T K A M C L A K I F I K H . 4 11(1
mm .'illO ALLOX.
i) ii v c; o o ds!
VarlouM HoMurlptlouai I
PER DARK D. C. MURRAY.
j I CI U O It S !
C Hritlirk rtlllltM,
CtMl llit-y' 1, t and 3 lr Bri..lr,
Casrt Aw.rtd Kranrl lirailjr. t'aa 'larrt,
Ctm b-it hfi4-h Wbltkry, I'.wi hfnt Mollaod 0,n,
BakM hm llollsnil Vin. More jufi
L'a Bi oil Totn Cii. tiM Arlnl Clarna,
UKNT A M K R I C A X W II I K I SC W I
' Orr.li(l, llTH)i1 and U t. C.
v4 i'i f.-rry. CaM V" oiS f .m.
Uaartf '!. Hrrinn.y'a Pkl tirart'l v.
Umrt'r Cak fl HIhtjt,
Viirfr -'ak Irwh Whiakjr,
VJrtT Cank Jamaira Kum,
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE.
P.rrt and Quart.
blood, Wulfr A Co Iiulia fal) Alf, .ikU and iuirtai
fcan k Co India l'l Al, inula and iiirl;
19fcWAX, XXX WTO IT. IM NTO.XK H'tM,
iTl. flNTl ANU Wt'AHTW.
Part W laf . la I da;, t.; shrrr) U Isr, la S K.
or -rpuiioR yt'ALiTV.
Ml F T. LEX Ell AX t CO.
PRUM CL'TTINO k CO.'S CrLF.BRATF.aT ATTOKT j
M MOC K II KILK SIM'I. CANE
"1 J KUAHT brrt. Caat a Bui 14 Bwl, Caara Hoaat Mulluit.
twi Bo. I'd Muttnti, Ca Hoal Vral, I iwi Turk'r. Caa
I r tio t r HOLI F CO.
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