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EXTRA No. I.
uv. n.iii., w aD. It II la add -JJ
Fall weight, thoroughly paclteJ, warranted to keep
weet anl gooJ. PHICES FAR BELOW ANV-
XUIAU UF IHE KIND IN THE CITV.
MS. (0IO1BIA RIVER SALMON !
SEASON 1875, No. I,
SOO LBS. Each, ail E)ssnlly LOW l'HICES.
ALSO, A FEW BARRELS
C. R. SALMON BACKS !
Sm. 1 Extra, Srnaen 1875,
Tw Hundred PbJ Encb nl 19.00.
A Few Bbls. C. R, Salmon !
N. I, 200 Lba. rnrk, Sratan 1874, at
Ike Lr Price .
ET Buyers are respectfully requestcl to call and
examine fur themselves. ,3
CT Order from the Trade, Citj, ana Island generally
respectfully solicited anJ promptly filled.
E. C. M'CANDLESS,
FISH MARKET, STALLS 8 & 3. Jy 31
FLOUR AND BREAD,
HEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE !
fce. fee.. Jte.
AT LOWEST RATES BY
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Punloa Salt Works.
LEXERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts,
HAVE OX HAND AND FOR SALE,
Boards, Planks and Battens. .
Nor West Tongned and Grooved Boards,
Nor West Surfaced Planed Boards.
Bough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongned and Grooved Boards,
'-DOORS, WIDOWS AMI BUNS!
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris" Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
"1 METALLIC PAINT
FOR PLANTATION USE.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHKELWRIQBT AMD PLANTATION USE
WHITE EASTERN PINE
BOARDS AND PLANKS.
! AIL OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
LUNCH & COFFEE SALOON, BY LUM JOCK
O 3 NUITANIT STREET. OPPOSITE
tbe Btore or a. b. tiegnorn a w.
33 7J-S THIS 33A.T",
From S o'clock la tb morning till 10 in tbe evening
Blocks and Oars!
C. BREWER & CO
OFFER FOR SALE
BARK CElf LOIM
JUST ARRIVED from BOSTON
1ASKS CUMBERLAND COAL,
NEW BEDFORD OIL EHOOKS.
BLACK PAINT, BARRELS ROSIN,
I1UBB3 AND SPOKES.
SWEDISH IRON, REFINED IRON
Round and Flat.
N. B. PILOT BREAD in casks.
Parker Home Soups, Hunt's Axes.
Iroo Hubb Wheelbarrow,
Ij o . t li o x 23 olting,
Rivets, assorted sizes.
Fence Wire. Nos. 5 & 6 !
Rubber Hose Hose, 1 loch. Brass Wire Beives,
Cedar Boat Boards, Best Caustic Soda,
Cases Downer's Kerosene Oil, Pine Sheoks
Columbia River Salmon I
JL'ST RECEIVED PER J, A. FALKIN
IiL'KO ia barrels and half barrels. For sale by
uU c. BREWER & CO.
Knowles' Patent Steam Pumps !
C. Brewer fc Co.,
SOLE ifiEMS TOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLAXDS,
Receive per Syren from Boston,
OF THE ABOVE
Celebrated Pumps, from No. 2 to 6,
AND ARE READV TO RECEIVE OR-
A UK IIS tor any or the pumps of this make to be forwarded
overland if necessary,
BOILER FEED PUMPS.
Pumps for Hot or Cold Water, Salt "Water
Prices and other information given by
u!4 C. BREWER & CO., Agents.
AT THE OLD STAND
FORT & ifcUEElV STS.
WE ARE PREPARED TO OFFER AT
LOW RATES FOR CASH!
and on Liberal Terms for Approved
Ea U EE M ES SB.
Pickets and Laths.
Posts, sawed and rough
Surfaced Boards and Plank,
Rustic Siding, Clapboards,
Eastern Clear White Pine!
I In. 11 in. 1 in. and 2 in.
EASTERN DOORSRaiaeJ. Tanel.
1 mo. 2 mo. and Sasb.
Eastern Unpainted Blinds,
Eastern Glazed Sasb.
CALIFORNIA DOORS-Raised, rancl, 1 mo.
2 mo. and Sasb.
California Tainted Blinds. Cala. Glazed Sasb.
Hubbuck's Zinc and Lead !
Scotch Zinc and Lead.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL !
Turpentine and Putty, Varnisb, Paint and White
GLASS, all Sizes!
Locks, Butts. Hinges, Bolts, Window Springs,
Hoots and Eyes.
English, German and American, in great Tarietj,
at Low Rates.
Salt at market rates
WILDER & CO.
McEWaN'S PORTER !
GA TV It DA Y, J AX VARY 29.
The Cultivation oi Ramie.
We make a ftw extracts from a painpMct on the
" culture and manufacture cf Ramie aad Jute ia
the United states." by Emile Lefranc, of New
Orleans, published by tbe Department of Agricul
ture at Washington. Tbe following rules are con
sidered necessary for tbe cultivation of Raaiie in
the United States, and with some obvious modi
fications tLey will apply here :
First. Whether for nursery purposes or fjr cul
tivation, the land must be tuSciently elevated to
receive the benefit of natural drainage, because
the roots will not livt long in a watery bottom.
Secondly. The Soil must be deep. rich, light,
and moist as tbe andy alluvia of LouUiana.
Manure supplies the defects in some lands in these
Thirdly. Tbe field must be thoroughly cleared j
of weeds, plowed twice to the depth of 8 or 10
inches if possible, Larrowed as much as a thorough
pulverizing requires, am. careiuny ununeu uy
discriminate lines and ditches. Water must
be allowed to stand in the rows of the plant.
The land being thus prepared, planting becomt s
easy and promising. December, January, and
February are the best months in which to plant.
Roots, ratoons. and rooted layers are the only
available seed. They are generally 4 or 5 inches
long, carefully cut, not torn, ironi the mother
plant. Tbe dusty seed produced by ramie stalks
in the fall can be sown, but it is so delicate and
requires so much care during the period of ger
mination and growth that it seldom succeeds in
open land. The regular germinating power of
that dusty seed is also questionable. The Depart
ment of Agriculture yainly tried, a few years ago,
to diffuse this seminal cultivation by distributing
imported seed, which never germinated.
In the presence of these difficulties, and of the
sure propagation obtained from fractional roots,
sowing has been abandoned and replanting adopted
as follows :
Furrows 5 or C inches deep und 5 feet apart are
opened with the plow. The roots are laid length
wise in the middle, close in succession if a thick
stand of crop is desired, but placed at intervals if
nursery propagation is tbe object in view.
The first mode will absorb 3,000 roots per acre,
but will save the labor of often filling tbe stand by
propagation. Tbe second mode will spare three
fourths of that amount of roots, but will impose
tbe obligation of multiplying by layers. Being
placed in tbe furrow closely or at intervals the
roots are carefully covered with the boe. Pulver
ized earth and manure spread over tbe roots insure
an early and luxuriant growth in the spring, tfhen
the shoots have attained a foot in height they are
billed up like potatoes, corn, and all other plants
that require good footing and protection from the
fermenting effect of stagnant water. The intervals
between the rows being deepened by tbe hilling
Lave also a draining influence, which can be ren
dered still more effective by ditches dug across
from distant to distant, say 15 feet.
Good crops are obtained by thickening tbe
stands. Tbe stems aro then abundant, tine, straight,
and rich in fiber. Close planting is then necessary,
inasmuch as it prevents tbe objectionable branch
ing of tbe stalks. Crooked and branchy ramie is
unfit for mechanical decortication ; it causes waste
and yields an inferior quality of fiber. The period
at which the plant is ripe for cutting is indicated
by a brownish tinge at the foot of the stems. At
that early stage tbe plant, though greenish, yields
a fine and abundant Glament ; it also produces
three or four crops, according to soil and climate.
The Grst cutting may be unprofitable on account
of tbe irregularity and sparseness of tbe growth ;
but if the stand is well razeed and manured over
the stubbles the ensuing cuttings will be produc
tive. For that purpose tbe field must be kept
clear of grass until the growth be sufficiently dense
to expel the parasites by its t-bade. That neces
sary density is obtained by means of tbe impor
tant laying process. This consists in bending down,
right and left along the growing stand, tbe highest
switches, and in covering them with earth up to
the tender tip, which must not be smothered. One
of the causes of the perennity and of tbe vigor of
the plant is the nourishment it draws from tbe
agencies of the atmosphere. Consequently the
leaves of the layers should never be buried under
ground. Wrhen properly performed, laying is very
profitable ; it creates an abundance of new roots,
and fills up rapidly tbe voids of tbe stand.
After two years tbe plants may be so thick as
to spread out in the rows. Then the plow of the
stubble-cutter has to chop in a line, on one side,
the projecting ratoons. If well executed this opera
tion leads to notable advantages :
First. It extracts roots or fractional plants suit
able for tbe extension of tbe cultivation elsewhere.
Secondly. It maintains, as a pruning, a vigorous
life and develops a luxuriant growth in tbe stand.
Thirdly. If always applied on the same side of
tbe row, this sort of stubble-cutting has the remar
kable advantage of removing gradually the growth
toward tbe unoccupied land in tbe intervals, and
of pushing it into a new position without distur
bance, That slow rotation preserves the soil from rapid
exhaustion, and the ramie from- decay, through
the accumulation of roots undtfr ground. Of
course this lateral plowing will not prevent the
oppoeitelrow from receiving the benefit of hoeing
after each crop. Experiments made in Louisiana
have demonstrated the efficiency of that method ;
to which are due the preservation and propagation
of the plant in that State, while it has been de
stroyed in other sections for want of similar care.
It is through such judicious methods that the old
land of China has preserved sufficient fertility to
produce constantly the ramie for many centuries.
After each cutting Chinese planters plow on one
side and make cleanly tbe stand ; then they cover
it with a thick coat of manure. That maintains
the moisture and fertility of tbe soil, and, at tbe
same time, preserves the plant from excessive heat
or extreme cold.
Case of the Bark Richmond, Capt. Weeks.
The owners of the whaling bark Richmond pre
ferred a claim before the Court of Commissioners of
Alabama Claims, for compensation for the use of the
said vessel and damage and consequent loss of the
season in the Arctic in tbe year 1SG5, by taking to
San Francisco tbe officers and crews of some eight
vessels, burnt by the Confederate cruiser Shenan
doah. The petition was dismissed last month, tbe
Court taking occasion to speak very highly of the
conduct of Capt. W. P. Weeks on the occasion re
ferred to, and expressed its regrets that there was
no authority under the Act of Congress to grant
compensation.' Capt. Weeks is now first officer of
the ship M. J"ottebuhm, in this port. The New
York World thus comments on the case :
' We may go further than it was proper perhaps for
a judge to go, and say that the conduct of Capt.
Weeks ought to make his name a household word
wherever the English tongue is spoken, and men of
English blood rejoice in the simple, unpretentious,
old-fashioned virtues of them that go down to tbe
sea in ships.' The story of the Richmond is such a
story as Daniel Defoe should be alive again to tell.
And yet not even Daniel Defoe could better the
manly, homely English in which Capt. Weeks him
self tells it. We seem to see him, and to see into
the simple, straightforward workings of his honest
sailor's heart, as we read bis statement to the Court.
now, when he came up in Behring Strait with a
whalcship on fire, not knowing the cause of it,'
he forbore to puzzle himself with vain conjectures,
bat set to work saving such articles as he could that
might be ' valaable to the use of his own ship,'
since the wind was against him, and he felt that he
fore was net dcfrauJin? Lis owners or his rrUiei I
Wh'.'.e he was thus engel there came ' a ship with
a'.l sill tct' that Laiicd him a. it swept ly and ad
ttd him to fkc, fince there was a j irate close at
hiul.' How upon receiving this ghastly ccw, he
gratcly debated iu h:s cwa ei:o 1 wh.tt ii;s duty was,
caice to the conclusion that Le miht us well h
his ship as take no c:!, aud, knowing al! Tuat wilJ
raciSj Wiste cf waters as laud men kecw Broadway,
t.lucki'y resolved thst be would wait fr a foggy
spe'i' and 4 get through the Straits ia spite of the
pirate. How while he was waiting for thia hppy
spell cf fog and sleet, with teeth Lard set and his
honest minJ made up to do and dare, there hcxe in J
sight still another sail coming toward ' him, i
which, when the wind died away, lowered a boat j
and sent it after him. How, when this boat came j
alongside, be wa3 surprise! to see so many faces i
cf shipmasters.' Wan faces they were, doubtless, j
and sad to Le looked upon by this brave shipmaster's
eyes. fr they were the faces of masters whose ships j
had been taken from under them and burned at sea; j
ruined masters, shipless now, and crowded with j
hundreds of men sbipless like themselves, iuto the j
narrow hold of a single vessel, the General Pike. !
All this good Capt. Weeks in Lis simple way sets
j f x anJ thcQ came tfae straJu 0Q Lij Le;m For
un!mrrlT .Lirmasters besreed him to relieve
. tsj r
and take them off, beiog afraid of sickness on ac
count of the crowded state of their ship.' It was a
sore trial. To comply was to abandon hi voyage.
j He had dared continue his voyage when nothing
threatened him but ' the pirate ' and capture and
conflagration in those Arctic seas Now God and
humanity threatened him and he found them sterner
foes. He did not yield without a struggle. He
went on board to see for hiuisclf, and found these
poor shipmasters had not ' misrepresented the mat
ter.' It was as bad as could be. There was no
help for it. Tbe stout heart that had not blenched
before the pirate' gave away. Capt. Weeks con
sulted with bis officers and came to tbe conclusion
that they ought to relieve' those poor fellows.
I dared not do otherwise,' are his simple, touch
ing words. He did not do otherwise. He took the
ruined shipmasters out cf their floating hospital.
He carried them to Honolulu, ' thereby losing his
season. And now, while all the men he saved may
come into court and get their compensation for the
season' of which ' the pirate ' deprived them,
brave, generous, manly Capt. Weeks has no case.
It was not the pirate ' that cost him his season.
It was heaven and his own sound heart. Surely it
is a hard case. Tbe law is the perfection of human
reason, of course. But we wonder whether good
Judge Jewell, in his inmost heart, when be gave his
decision, did not wish the law might sometimes be a
trifle less reasonable ' than it is?"
Boston, Dec. 22. Shortly before 7 P. M x terri
ble explosion occurred in South Boston, by which a
large number of persons were injured and several
killed. It is impossible as yet to learn the cause of
the explosion or extent of tbe damage. A large gus
main running under Federal street bridge to South
Boston, and along tbe water's edge under the pave
ment on Federal street, exploded with a loud report,
tearing up the pavement for 150 feet or more. The
street was thronged with people at the time, and
many were buried under the debris. Crosby's grain
warehouse was badly shattered, and will have to be
taken down. The foreman was instantly killed. It
is supposed that several persons were blown into tbe
water. Several dead bodies have already been taken
out. Killed and wounded thus far: Killed, 2; fatally
injured, 4; seriously hurt, 9; slightly injured, 30; 7
persons missing and supposed to be blown into the
water and drowned. It is thought that the recent
cold weather caused tbe pipe to burst, and the
ground becoming impregnated with gas, ignition
from some cause communicated with the gas.
Bostox, Dec. 23. Thousands of people visited the
scene of the disaster at Federal street bridge. The
search for the bodies was resumed by the police, and
two more were recovered those of Geo. Elwell and
John Kells. Elwell was in the employ of Johnson &
Co., and Kells, of the Adams Express Co. The
wounded are doing well and will likely recover.
GREATEST HTESTIOX OF THE AGE
A Complete Cooking Stove I
SIMPLE, DURABLE AND COMPACT,
fan be Parked in a Box, and pat in One's Pocket !
"W7"11X Tjast a Xjifotlmo.
PRICE, ONLY TWO DOLLARS!
CHAS. B. TOOK,
(with Dillingham & Co.,) Sole Agent for the Pacific Ocean.
U Don't Fail to Call and Examine, if you do not Buy.
500 POUNDS OF
OI.I RAGS WANTED !
rfMIE UNDERSIGNED WIIX PAY 5 CTS.
M. I'KU roUND FOR
Clean w hite, and 4 rts. per lb. for dean woolen rags.
d25 lm CASTILE t COOKE.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
1CEXT TO TIRE ACKXOWLEDGEMF.XTS FOB
fell ly Interior Office, Honolulu.
MARBLE TOMB STONES I
riMIE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
MARBLE HEAD STONES !
Cut anJ Lettered to Order, at a Moderate Price, hav
ing on hand a Lot of
OF DIFFERENT SIZES.
X3 He may be seen at Attani'a Yard, on Hotel Street.
ja8 3m DANIEL JAXNER.
rfIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BECOME
JL Proprietor of this
I dott prepared to execute all orders in his line with neat
ness and dispatch.
He would also say that he has secured the services of the
former employees of the Launiry, which will be an additional
The Work will be Thoroughly Done !
And no effort on his part will be spared to bring the Laundry
in favor with the public generally. XT Termi moderate.
jaS JAMES RKXTO.V.
tim: ridge house: !
KEALAKEKUA BA Y JIA WAIL
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE
noted the world over for their unrivaled salubrity of
climate. Certain localities in the group are espec
ially favored in this way. The District of Kona, nn
the lrcward side of Hawaii, has long been famed as a place of
resort for invalids with bronchital, or lung diseases. W rth its
pure and mild atmosphere, with its absolute fieedom from
storms or high winds, with its porous soil which, with aU its
rich vegetation, retains no dampness and yields nomalaria, and
with an unvarying temperature that of the American or
Southern European June ALL THE YEAR ROCXD, the
climate of Kona is one of the healthiest and most luxurious on
The undersigned, at his house at Kaawaloa.a bouse une
qualed in the district for s ze, cleanliness, comniodiousne?,
and thoroughness of furnishing, is prepared to give boarders
excellent rooms and all obtainable comforts in the way of diet.
r 1 1 EKE ARE FRKS1I WATER BATHS
on the premise, and fine sea bathing within a short distance.
Thestamer Riiauea and the schooners l ilama and Prince, run
regularly between Honolulu and the Kaawaloa landing.
The undersigned employs no agents nor runners. His house
speaks for itself upon inspection. A. A. TODD.
Kaawaloa, Kealakekua bay, Kona, Nov. 15, 1S73. dll
OREGON FAMILY MESS BEEF ! .
A FEW HALF BARRELS OF VERY SC-
perior quality, received per Falkinburg.
For Sale by
BOLLES c CO.
SALMON BELLIES !
KITS ONLY PER Plf.KIV.
tiwwi! io xnt; payment
H, HACKFELD & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED PER
GERMAN BARK CEDER,
SlIOiiTI.Y M L KKOM l'.KKVKN.
A WELL SELECTED CARGO
ESCLSII, GERMAN L MENU GOODS
CoDil-tlng la Frt of the FoIIwIb;i
A Foil Assortment of Paul, all stvles new
aad desirable ttein.
While Cotton, llorrock' White Lon Clotb
A. II. and B.
Iiu n uu.l VAue Cotton Pr ill, I?ro n Cotton
lllin-Cotton, lleavj iVniius, HicVury istriju-s
11.-J Ticking, Turkey Kid Cotton,
III ue Fl.tnnrls, White Linen, asoiU-d widths
Wati-f-jnoof Cloth. White Mult-skin,
Fine Ftench Meiiuos, Reps, Buckskins,
Fine Cashmere, Black and Blue Broadcloth
Linen and Cotton Sewing Thread,
A Splendid Assortment of Clothing
Fincy Flannel Shirts,
Denim Jumpers and Overalls,
Fine Merino Undershirts,
Cotton Socks and Stockings,
Silk. Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Fine Silk Umbrellas,
Assorted Burlaps and Woolpack, Sail Twine,
Imperial Navy Hemp Canvas, No. 00 to C,
Hair and Cloth Brushes, from J. (Josnell it Co
Fancy Soaps and Hair Oil,
Shawls, Ponchos, Plaids, Needlework,
Lnck-ts, Rings, Chains, Ornaments,
P. &, P. Knives, Scissors,
Corkscrews, Tinned Spurs, Axes,
Wrapping and Printing Paper,
A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GERMAN. ENGLISH & FRENCH
Stearin Candles, Ultramarine Blue,
Epsom Salts, Castor Oil,
Fence Wire, No. 4, 5 and 6,
Oalvauized lion Pipe, & and inch.
Hoop Iron, J. J. I and 1J inch, Rivets,
Paints and Oils', White Zinc, White Lead, Ac,
Caustic Soda and Palm Oil,
Hide Poison, Market Baskets.
Brooms, Casks and Barrels,
Casks Blacksmiths' Coal,
300 Tons Best Steam Coal,
Also a few Music Boxes & Regulator Clocks,
A Fine Assortment of Havana Cigars,
English und German Ale,
Bavarian Beer, in qts. and pts.
Champagne, Ruinart pere und tils, qts. Si pts.
Champagne, Heidsieck & Co., qts. and pts.
Champagne. Thoreau, qts. and pts.
Rhine Wines, Claret,
Gin, in green boxes,
Samples now Open at our Office, und Sales made
Orders from Other Islands Filled.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Have Just Received
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
WHICH THEY OFFER FOR SALE.
JROCERIES, HUDiilX'K'S PAINT OIL.,
White Zinc, White Lead,
Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre,
Caustic Soda, C. C. Tin Plate, Sheet Lead,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Sheet Zinc,
Galvanized Tubs. Fence Wires,
ReGned Iron, White Bros., Portland Cement,
Gunny Bags, Burlaps Bags,
Printing Paper, Petroleum Barrels,
New Oil Shooks,
Boutelleau & Cos., Brandy, in glass, one to
Boutelleau Jc Cos., Brandy in Casks,
Gin in Cases,
Window Glass, Ac, Ac, Ac.
PER R. C. WYLIE, Direct from Europe.
rafWl URLS. BEST ENGLISH PORT
100 Coils b-st Kusiia Hemp Rigging,
Coils Russia Bolt Rope,
Cases' Knglisb Fie Fruits,
Cases do. Pickles,
Cases do. Ground PepptT,
Cases do. Mustard,
Cases do. French Peas,
Csks Table Salt, in bottle
For Sale at the Lowest Prices by
o30 BOLLES t CO.
FINE MANILA CIGARS,
ANEW INVOICE OF VERY Sl'PERIOR
Quality, put up in boxes of 200 each. Just receied
t from Mauilla. or tale by
BOLLK3 & CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY,
OECEIVKI) PER I. C. MURRAY AND
11, MabY BELLE KOBEKTs.
For gale lr
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR !
Mm 1 rm 4nmw ibl U hv
EffEW GOODS. EJEIW GOODS !
F,y Vasco le h:iiii:i, City at .llellioni'iK. I.
iriiirr:iy. :uul Syrrn, hy
rHE FINEST ASMKTI KM OK PRINT l 1 HE MARKET. PI.4IN COLOR!
1 light and dark aaJ rob. I. r n. Triiiinu iMult, ltii M.1f.tu, W I it t'ullu MiartiBf.
ItiO in ; Cbrap L'Db)rai-tt-d C ltun. fine t".titrj '.-!!.... Hart kill's A A B fnv and MrUiutn t' iiblrai brd 1'uOiMi,
A snprrlor assortment ct Waterproofs, ail anJ r-i( n and ! ttur. frry tJ fi4!rn.
Oontlomon's "Wear I
FINEST BLACK BRO.11CI.OTH AND DOKKINi. A I.I. WOOL TV EKIH. WIIITK
AND Bl'FF LINEN DI CK. FINE WHITE MOI.EMilV, FINEST WHITE
MARSEILLES V EST I N C , LINEN' PA XT STUM. BROWN LINEN
ALSO RZCF.IVKD Fancy W I OrcrsLirts, CVtnn I'n.W.li.rt., Urry W..4 lUnrv l. I'm and Mrd.uia .arM I laaiwla
A Vrw Pi-rs X..s. 6. 9 od li i-KY CI I K GHOri CHAIN KIHHoN. Hi I'll K 4 T; Hu... i,prr auJ Crah
All Linen Napkins, Jara Can. Mofejuiln Netting. Blue I lannrl. A FIXE IILlt'H LA .M A LAt'aC
SUA W LS. Table Ianask, filirias, ril Barrfre. I;. k llur Cloth, Hr Vt,ir.l. Ar.
ALfH ?pear A Jackson's Celebrated Aoaortrd Kilrs, flat, hair round. Ur and tari BattarJ Cm, yd Cat 4
Cmooth, assorted sixes. KOlHlr K A H,Nl Ct LEHK ATI ITTI.r HY-.N r. IVrkrt kniio. Hairier and TW
Ktiirra. a tew sets of their tx-st hilwr I'Ulrd Scissors; llrulle tiikl. & S 3-4, and 1 tix h tiriiMd, Vr1 t and
thirt Buttons, best qaalitiea. Kih and Cod Lirx-s in nev, Bknchrd and t nt lr l-d, I'anl IWkits, (toup Ladl,
Curry and Mane Combs. Prrruasioft Cas, 4. a. , 10 It r hl4. ! Tu.krjr and Haiti Pixmf, l.aai. ktii. Tr
Krttlrs, 2 ami 3 quarts, Galrani-d Wih taitis. tlalt amsnl Tubs, li to ?s in. tmt T liinr'. IK in. Mil a 4
Needle. BEST ANNEALED AND TA II RED N. .' FEX'IN4J WIRE. Iltit-Wa'a
Boiled and Raar Linseed Oil, llubtmck't White 7-jiic and U-ad, A'Mt-d Paints In (id, Best ilriid Uinpr, rrpiwe,
Cream Tartar, Pure M hit Calile heap, hardinrs, Frrm'h Y llar, Yi II.' Ochre, hlitiif ard Chalk. Oa llows, I t-4
and 2 iurh; Ox Yokes 4. 6 and A. Pan Pls, t and W IM..w. Fttra IVtnn, larrur. Cultivator and llurs
lion, DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL Dill KIT I KOM ImWNKK COMIANi, I,-. Ketwena
Oil, food and cheap.
Also on Hand, A General Assortment of Agricultural Implements t
A FEW DOZEN WARD PAYNE'S CELEBRATED N. 3 SHEEP SHEARS. THE
B1T Wt'AUTY MAPK.
The abore with many other article to be found at LOW FIT PH1CJ, al
FEME mm: ! !
Galvanized Corrugated UHLooSnQ
HUBHUCK'S PURE WHITE ZINC? AND LEAD, II t BRICK'S BEST PALE
BOILED LINSEED OIL.
A FINE ASST. OF SHELF PAINTS, ALL COLOHS I
TURPENTINE, VARNISHES, PAINT BRI SIIES. A FINE LOT OK BUILD
A OOOD STOCK
Will be SI1 xit ICISG'IIMtOCITY IMllf'ICS!!
IS?M3 & CO
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OFFER FOR SALE
BASS & CO.'S ALE, in Pints and Quarts. Bottled by R. B. Byass A Co.
BLOOD. WOLFE & CO.'S ALE, KEY BRAND ALE,
McEWEN'S PORTER, in Stone, Bottles, Pints and Quarts.
GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOUT in Quarts.
Hennessey's 3-Star HBrandy I
VINEYARD PROPRIETORS' COGNAC, 1, 2, 3 and 4 Square Qualities.
SUPERIOR AMERICAN, SCOTCH & IRISH WHISKIES
MOET AND CHANDON
C H A. M! !P A. Gr KT E !
DUC DE MONTEBELLO CHAMPAGNE,
RUINART, PERE & FILS CHAMPAGNE,
ALSO. CALIFORNIA CHAMPAGNE, FINE BURGUNDY,
FINE VERMOUTH, SHERRY, MADEIRA,
PORT AND CLARET OF VARIOUS QUALITIES.
GENUINE CHARTREUSE, CURACOA, BENEDICTINE, and MARASCHINO.
GIN IN GREEN CASES. GIN IN BASKETS.
ALL THESE COODS WILL DE SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES.
WORTH HAVING !!
A THING OF BEAUTY. IT IS SAID, IS
a jor forever, and If fltnes is the esseniUl id-a d
beauty, at we maintain it it, the f KnlNU MACHINE
with one of the
it one of the most beautiful things in the world; nOiins;
iu the whole range of modern Invention beint; U-tfr adapt-.!
to relit t human dradgrrjr or Otter for the iurioae int-ndi-d.
Tbe Uttderalgars! are Ste-Il Agf-m for
wmcn li THE
BEST SEWING MACHINE IH USE!
50 POINTS OP SUPERIOR IT V I
For Particulars tee Circulars.
WE ARE PREPARKO TO H RNI.-II TilC
ta any of the macbinrt now in us', which will runtht tn i-eifi-rl
ly without tbe Ifast exertion on the art of th i.rator. These
Wheels are made here at the BRAS EOU.VDK I', arc
tuperior to those imported, and sol. I for !- ru m ).
El V 0E 1M VOt UILL UK COW IM III) !
It it a well known fact that the ill h'alth of thoutand if
women and girls, can be traced to the exertion require.! to
run Sewiog Machine by foot power. A word to the wise Is
Vrt Dlf.MNUIIAM A. CO.
Cedar Boat Boards!
DER CEVIXN, A FEW" THOUSAND rIP.T
I "1 S. C. ALLEN
u in. x XL V It A It I
INT XZ CJOO
CASTLE & COOKE'S.
1 1 Ui; HIKE ! ! !
5, mill .
By DILLINGHAM & CO.
Oi 4k. IU Klssaj Sirrrl. asllss.
IRON, IRON. IRON!
HAS JVHT RECEIVED PER II A II K
U. V. MVI.IK, A UHiU AhOK1Mt.NT Or
BEST BEST BAR IRON !
He solicit tl. i.atronupe of all In tin d of lbs alx.vt whk b
He will Sell at the Lowest Market Rates !
n'13 WM. WEIUIIT.
A FEW DASKET8
OF THE CELEBRATED
!' AllTsl A M I'lM H,
Jul received -r I. K Murrsy, and fir tale by
tugm ii. nCMti:i.i a ro,
II y l. AV. i Is V 13 11,
Corner of l!Ul ai.d Fori streets.
fillE 'IIOM'lT AND BEST OF A I. EH.
W INrJ AMI M IKITY always lo Ix f uud al Hi liar-
4 NEW l.T OF THE LA V K E.M'E FAO
Jm br an aortrueiit of Numbers teelvel per Uevlon,
and tr sale low by null) llOLLa.ll A CO.
Manila Cordage !
FROM THE BOSTON FACTOR V. ALL
Tor Bale by BQLLU A CO.
CHINESE TILES t
A FEW THOUSAND OF OOOD UUAU
.Iiy. Ids MU m ad e.eJ! Jut.
v.fcreue rajr, etc., etc.