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SAVE YOUR MONEY.
rHIE I'.MIKRMCXKI) HAS () II N O
AND fOU SALE
EXTRA No. I,
In 9 1-2 Lb. Kin., 20 Lb. Kill, and 2
Foil weight, thoroughly packed, warrante-J to keep
weet mnJ proof. PRICES FAR BELOW ANY-
Ain.w iia l.N TIIL CITY.
MS. fOLOIllIA RIVER S,ill. !
SEASON 1875, No. I,
aOO LBS. Each, at Kejaally LOW 1KI('K
ALSO, A FKW II A II It F.LI
C. R. SALMON BACKS!
X. 1 Extra, Season 1875,
Tr IIHire4 PaaU Karh at tll.OO.
A Few Bbls. C. R. Salmon !
X. 1. 200 Lb.. mrb.SrnM 1 S74, at
be Law Price of ff.
iy Buyers are respectfully requested to call and
examine for themsclfes. ff"
XT Order fruea the Trade, City, and Iiland generally
reprtfully s-.licitej and promptly filled.
E. C. M'CANDLESS,
FISH MARKET, STALLS 2 &. 3. Jy 31
FLOUR AND BREAD,
HEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE !
Vc, Ve. Jtc.
AT LOWEST RATES BY
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' "Painkiller,
Pauloa Salt Works
LUMBER, LUMBER !
LEAVERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
j Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE ON HAND A XI FOIl SALE,
Boards, Planks and Battens,
Nor' West Tongned and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
DOOIlSi, WIDOWS AO 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.
FOR PLANTATION USE.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIGHT AND PLANTATION CSE
WHITE EASTERN PINE
BOARDS AND PLANKS.
WALL ATPIETfc !
ill OTHER BUIIDIXG MATERIJIS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
FOR SALE !
II INA FIRE-WOOD. JUST RECEIVED
CUT & SPLIT. READY FOR THE STOVE !
099 AT LOW KATE3. g. C. ALLEN.
Blocks and Oars!
A SBOT- BOLLFS CO
C. BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
JUST ARRIVED from BOSTON
1ASKS Cl.MHKRLAND COAL.
NEW BEDFORD OIL SHOOK3.
ELACK PAINT, BARRELS ROSIN.
I1CBB3 AND SPOKES.
SWEDISH IRON, REFINED IRON
RouoJ and Flat.
N. B. PILOT BREAD in casks.
Parker House Soup, Hunt's Axe.
Iron Hubb Wheelbarrow,
I ovtlior 13 citing,
Rivet, assorted sizes.
Fonco Wire, Nos. 5 & 6 !
Rubber Hose Hose, 1J inch. Bras Wire Seives,
Celar Boat Boards, Beft CausU: Soda,
Cases Downer's Kerosene Oil, Pine Shooks
Columbia River Salmon !
Jl-ST nECEIVKl) PER. J. A. PALKIN
111 BO in barrets and half barrels. For sale by
C. BREWER k CO.
Knowles' Patent Steam Pumps !
C. Brewer & Co.,
SOLE AGEXTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISL1XDS,
Receive per Syren from Boston,
OF TnE ABOVE
Celebrated Pumps, from No. 2 to 6,
AND ARE READV TO RECEIVE OR
DERS lor any of the j.uuips of this make to be forwarded
orerland if necessary,
BOILER FEED PUMPS.
Pumps for Hot or Cold Water, Salt Water
Prhes aud other Information siren by
M C. BREWER & CO., Agents.
AT THE OLD STAND
FORT & QUEErV STS.
WE ARE PREPARED TO OFFER AT
LOW RATES FOR CASH I
and on Liberal Terms for Approved
Pickets and Laths.
Posts, sawed and rough
Surfaced Boards and Plank,
Rustic Siding, Clapboards,
Eastern Clear White Pine!
I in. 1 in. 1 in. and 2 in.
EASTERN DOORS--Raised, Panel,
1 mo. 2 mo. and Sash.
Eastern Unpainted Blinds,
eastern uiazea tasn.
CALIFORNIA DOORS Raised, Tanel, 1 mo.
2 mo. and Sash.
California Painted Blinds. Cala. Glazed Sash.
Hubbuck's Zinc and Lead !
Scotch Zinc and Lead.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL!
Turpentine and Putty, Varnish, Paint and White-
GLASS, all Sizes!
Locks, Butts, Hinges, Bolts, Window Springs,
Hooka and Eyes.
English, German and American, in great variety,
at Low nates.
Salt at xxiarlxet rates
WILDER & CO.
McEWAN'S PORTER !
JUST ARRIVED. IN STONE JUGS. Qta.
and pint. 977) For Sale by CUAS. LOXli.
lURCEOX, LATE U. S. A.
Oilice ia Wailuka,
SATUIiDA Y. FEBRUARY 20.
The Maine Liquor Law.
Some tiiiie ago Mr. Murray, the British Consul at
Portland, Maine made seme statements relatite to
the alleged failure of the Maine Liquor Law ia the
tale of that name, which receded currency in the
Englitb press. These atatements were at once taken
exception to. and rtfuted by those best acquainted
with the question-the officers of the State. The
w t - xr v j j
Hon. Mr. Win. Fox ex-Preauer of New Zealand
bating bis attention called to Mr. Murray", asser-
tions, determined to test their truthfulness by per-
so nil cbserTatioo. daring his passage through Maine,
while tn routt for England. Mr. Fox says he was
deirous of ascertaining how far prohibition does
v-v. .. .v .1 X. i. t v
prohibit." and the following was the result of his
"amateur detective" experiences in Portland, as
well as his interview with the celebrated British
Consul : "I arrived at Portland about four o'clock
in the morning. I deposited my luggage at the
hotel, and started out on my rounds, having made
... , . . , . , .
up my mind to perform the duty of a sort of amateur
detective as long as I was in Maine. To use a vulgar
phrase, I went poking my nose into every place
where liquor or drunkenness was likely to be, but
nowhere could I meet with either. I began at four
o'clock ia the morning, and kept that up till break-
, , r , r ,
fast time. I went down to the wharves and quays,
which are more than a mile long, where all the
steamers and shipping are moored, and where drunk
enness would be probably most rife, if there were
any, and before breakfast, I repeat, I was quite un
able to detect any signs of it. Well, in the course
of the morning I called upon the Hon. Neal Dow.
He showed me places where it had been completely
swept away, and where there had been grog-selling
places, which are now turned into green-grocers'
stores, and after having spent a very pleasant morn
ing with him, I said, ' Now, I am not going to leave
Portland with your story onlv in my ears. We have
a British Consul here, and I am going to hear what
he says. I know he has a different story from yours
to tell' so. having an introduction. I went down to
Mr. Murray, the British Consul. I found him a
most courteous gentleman. He did his best to give
me all the information in his power, and finding we
had mutual friends, we were coon on a footing of
considerable intimacy. He spoke his mind to me
without the least reserve, and allowed me to argue
with and interrogate him to any extent I pleased. I
am bound to say that I think he entertains very
strong prejudices on the question. Shakspcre tells
us of men who cannot endure a harmless necessary
cat. Now, the Maine Law seemed to be Mr. Mur
ray's harmless necessary cat. He alleged, as facts,
all the a priori arguments against it, such as that it
made men hypocrites, was one law for the rich and
another for the poor, and so forth. But when I
asked him for facts he teemed at a loss to supply
them. I called his attention to the statistics adduced
on the other side, such as those contained in the
Cloud of Witnesaes and other documents, and I
begged him to tell me whether the facts stated by
General Neal Dow and others, as to the diminution
of crime, employing of person, &c, were true or
not. Mr. Murray candidly admitted that, if true,
they went far to prove the success of the law. Then
said I, Will you tell me if they are true or not 7
Mr. Murray admitted that he could cot, and that he
had no evidence to disprove then." The Governor
of the State of Maine, in a letter to the London
Times recently, says, ' So general has become the
conviction that the policy of prohibiting the dram-
shop, on the whole, restrains the evils of liquor traffic
immeasurably beyond any conceivable system of
licence or regulation, that all organised opposition to
the ' Maine Law ' has ceased in this State, and at
least two-thirds of our people give it a hearty sup
port." It is true the number of convictions against
the statute have been more numerous during the
year 1874 than in any other year since its enact
ment ; but that fact simply proves that its provi
sions are now being honestly and rigidly enforced.
During the Civil War all questions of social reform
were thrown into the back ground, in presence of
the pressing exigencies of the times. But with a re
turn to a more settled state of things, the law has
been gradually assuming its old potency, and, sus
tained by strong popular sentiment, is making itself
felt in the large number of convictions alluded to
Some time since a circular was issued from the
British Admiralty directing that under certain
conditions fugitive slaves seeking the protection of
the British flag on the deck of a British man-of-war,
should be given back to slavery. This created
intense excitement. At a meeting of the Aborigi
nes' Protection Society, the following letter was
read from Bishop Selwyn : " The Palace, Lich
field, October 4, 1875. My dear Sir, I hardly
know what to thiuk, still less what to say. about
the Admiralty instructions to which you refer. It
seems to me that there must be something which
does not appear on the surface, and of which,
therefore, 1 am not competent to judge. When
any act of a responsible Government suddenly
arouses public indignation my Erst thought is that
the intention of the Act must be misunderstood.
Ministers are responsihle in so great a degree to
Parliament and the country that I cannot conceive
their doing anything to countenance slavery,
. . , . . , r'it,n,l an nrn.). ..ffnrt
which it has cost England so much effort and ex-
penditure to repress. Tested by the only field of
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... V, T L-nv n n r rt I7 nniifi l u ) 1 r u a larva :
nuikUABuun v 1 .. . 6w
portion of the population of every island are
likely to be the slaves of every other portion, it
seems to me impossible that Commodore Hopkins
should be bound to return any man who swims off
to his ship to any other man who claims him as his
slave. How is he to ascertain the right of prop
erty? if property it can be called. And I must
look upon aDy nation or tribe which keeps up
slavery in Europe, Asia, Africa or America as on
the same level of barbarism in that respect as the
savageB of Melanesia. Are we to accept the state
ment of every ruffian that a man is his slave ? If
not, where is the question to be tried whether he is
a slave or not? There seems to be no clear course
but that every man who sets foot on British soil,
or on the deck of a British vessel, is presumed to
be free. (Signed) G. A. Lichfield. The Secretary
of the Aborigines' Protection Society." In con
nection with the above announcement, the Times
observes: "The nation will learn with hearty
satisfaction, and will receive without any ungene
rous scrutiny of motives, the news that the circular
Issued by the Admiralty on July 31, 'respecting
the reception of fugitive slaves on board Her
Majesty's ships,' has been suspended. We can
htrdly doubt that 'suspension' means 'with
drawal ' in this case. Seldom has any act or ex
pression of the Executive Government in this
country elicited an outburst of disapproval so
unanimous and emphatic, yet so clearly disengaged
from party feeling. It was felt that the Govern
ment had made a mistake no doubt a bad mis
take, and one to be condemned at once and sharply,
but, after all, only a mistake.'
CHAS. T. CULICK,
AGEAT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGED EXTS FOR
sell ly Interior Office. Honolulu.
ROM TIIE BOSTON FACTORY, ALL
For Sale by BOLLRS 4- CO.
FEW THOUSAND OF GOOD O.UAI.-
A ITY, 1 0 z 1 6, will be sold cheap, by
BOLLE3 4f CO.
WM. O. IRWIN if
Moltke was tie erne-sure tf all ejes iuricg the
recent Koval Inirtni! review ct twenty ticusan
troojs Ma tLe PaUce d'Armes at MiUn. He was on
the field miai I a shir.;ng ItaHan guij. aad cotnpli-
cietitei bigLly tLe kcal scliierf. Etr.percr William
and the King gtlkpel aV-ut a ,!ae"ir charger, but
were lesser st-ir. Kultrn viistr.
Wc can well !t-lkTC tie aVve. Kni.T Wil-
linm and Victor Emanuel arc porerei-u- hy riSt
of birth : but Moltke is a e.rert:n bv a ril.t
... . . . . - - ".i
, The Emieror of Germany and the king of Italy.
j rerbarg, are wio enough to govern thetr resjvc-
i more aivinc tl:an kiri can ini.ern or aaiaaua
i tire realm3 well, "and both j romise to g j down to
history as prudent and sagacious rulers. But
j m"' ,s m raucn greawr wiau uoiu n uc euu-
I l'ght 3 greater than a spirit lamp. A wisduu
wa. emneA aboe tU cradle. While mere kings
j are plotting CTer petty laws, he spreads the map '
of Eorop before him, and weighs the strength of i
! every realm as exactly as the assayer weighs the j
! ln3 of gH in4 a nn of ore. When (
i r ranee turned her terrible eagles to the East, and
j thf shQut Qn tfj ra6ng a,ong thoee gis. .
; tening iine9j a8 t!e echoes rolled beyond the j
Rhine and smote the ears of startled (iermany, i
j that peopb did not turn to their Einjror but to j
the Chieftain of Sidnva. And when from his ;
j t)in "l Wrd- f6"' t,,al '! thC. emy d'J
i cross the Rhine within seven davs he never would, i
. they lcIieTeJ iinj wut tljC man di j is Lis.
tor Armie9 rom an over Prussia were hurled j
to the we.-t, and before a fortnight had passed the ;
j foe that started so fiercely on the offensive wa? j
' F'"t upn tIie defensive, and found that the war
! w.a8 to sp-end its thunders on the soil, nut of j
i Germany, but trance. And as surely as a gilted
. cheM p,yer m;)VCg Li(j men to a ccrtain check.
mate of his adversary, so surely, witli vast armies j
for pawns and castles and b shops, this mysteri
ous man made his moves ; and without a mistake,
a retreat or repulse, played his mighty game of
war until the fairest capital of the earth was cap
tured, and the most gallant nation under the sun
was at his feet. No wonder the impetuous Ital
ian people crowded to catch a glimpse of the octo
geuarian, and forgot the reverence due to Kings
in hie presence. He appeared to them as one
who had reduced the art of war to an exact
science as one whose calculations were as certain
as the laws which hold planets and suns in their
orbits; as one whose commands had all the awful
j certainty of decrees of fate. The first Napoleon
! seemed the impersonification ot a battle genius
The flash and clouds of a battle field were so
many signals to him, and from their mystic alpha
bet he read unerringly the scroll which pointed
out the way to victory. The causes which in
spired Napoleon are but efl'ects with Moltke. He
heeds not the clouds nor the commotion. He
knows just how many guns arc thundering, how
many horsemen are charging, and believes that
any obstacle will give way, if a blow severe enough
be delivered against it. Napoleon was an eagle
who dared to 6oar with glittering wings toward
any mountain top. Von Moltke is a serpent who
noiBelesbly climbs toward the same hight. Who
6liall say which has reached the greater elevation ?
OrENiNG Address. 1 am here. And if this i9
wliiit thv rnll th wrtrlil I diin't think mnpli nf if
j It'8 a very flanneiy worIjt aild 6meIIa of parc
goric awfully. It's a dreadful light world, too,
and makes me blink, 1 tell you. And I don't
j w',at do with "tf. handd ; 1 Vh!nk 1,11
! ft ,fist8 ,n J J. No ; J won t I 11 scrab-
ble at the corner of my blanket and chew it up,
and then I'll holler ; whatever happens Pll holler,
And the more paregoric they give me the louder
: 1 II yell, lhat old nurse puts the spoon in my
j mouth in a very uneasy way, and keeps tasting
my milk herself all the while. She spilt snuff in
it last night, and when I hollered, trotted me.
That came of being a two days' old baby. There's
a pin sticking in me now and if I say a word
about it I'll be trotted or fed : and I would rather
have catnip tea. I'll tell you who I am. I found
out to day. 1 hear folks say, " Hush, don't wake
up Emeline'a baby ;" and I suppose that pretty
white-faced woman over on the pillow is Emeline.
No, I was mistaken ; for a chap was in here just
j DOw, and wanted to sec Bob's baby ; and looked
j at me and said, " I was a funny toad an i looked
just like Bob." lie smelt of cigars. I wondered
who else I belonged to. Yes, there's another
that's " Gamma." It was ' Gamma's baby, eo it
was. I declare I do not know who 1 belong to,
but I'll holler and may be I'll find out. There
comes Snuffy with catnip tea. I'm going to sleep.
I wonder why my hands won't go where I want
them to. 15 y rootey Jlscy ling.
" Scoundrels, murderers, highway robbers and
ravishers " are indiscriminately classed as " Hood
lums " in ban Irancisco. At present this multifari
ous iniquity is so rampant there, and so gets the bet
ter of ordinary police precautions, that there is a
loud call for extraordinary measures. Some advo
cate the pillory; others, the whipping-post; ethers,
the code of Draco, the smallest penalty being death;
others still, " a whip of scorpions to lash the rascals
naked through the world." One writer who is
calmer than the rest, wants " an enlisted and mili
tary armed force," which shall "arrest, punish, and
obliterate the so called Hoodlum." lie evidently
means business, for he adds that " the men should
be as near six feet high as possible." The laxity
and inefficiency of the police is dwelt upon bitterly.
Why not hang a lax and inefficient policemen or twj.
Till: RIDOE IIOL8I: !
KEALAKEKUA BA Y HA WAIl.
TUB HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE
noted the world orer for their unrivaled lalubrity of
climate. Certain localities in the group are espec
ially farored in this way. The Diatrict of Koni. on
the leeward aide of Hawaii, has long been famed aa a place of
resort for invalid with bronchital, or lung diseaaea . With it
pure and mild atmosphere, with it absolute freedom from
atorm or high winds, with it porous toil which, with all it
rich vegetation, retains no dampness and yields no malaria, and
with an unvarying temperature that of the American or
Southern European June ALL TUB YKAR ROUND, the
-i: . - r ir .. i . . u i. i.i : i . ...
The, undersigned, at Lis house at Kaawaloa.a house une-
qualed in the district for :ze, cleanliness, commodiousnevs,
and thoroughness or furnishing, is prepared to give boarders
excellent rooms ana alt obtainable comforts in the way of diet,
thkre ake rksu water batus
on the premises, and fine sea bathing within a short distance.
The steamer Kilauea and the schooners Uilama and Prince, run
.... ... ....
regularly between Honolulu ana ine Kaawaioa ianaing.
The undersigaed employs no agents nor runner. His bouoe
speaks for itself upon inspection. A. A. TODD.
Kaawaloa, Kealakekua Bay, Kona, Nor. IS, 1ST3. dll
THE OID CORNER
Coffee and Billiard Saloon,
ESTABLISIHED IN 1858,
OFFERS FOR SALE A FIXE ASSORTMENT OP
IIAVAXA, GERMAN HAXIL4 CIGARS
Light and Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO !
And a Larfe Assortment of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES !
Tobacco Pouches, Pipe Stem,
Amber anj I urn Mouth Piece,
Pipe Button, Cigarette Paper, etc., etc.
II. J. XOLTE.
Corner of Queen and Nuuanu ?ts.
INV( ICE OF AMERICAN CLOCKS !
FOR SALE nl SAX FRANCISCO PRICES.
8 II. IIACKFEI D A CO..
I A Mi, o
i H. HACKFELD & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED PER
GERMAN BARE CEDER,
.-ii'::ii.v m i; fuom bulukn.
IC CCI rrXFri C A Rf.fl '
, " El-l 1 L U UHI1UU i
EXGLSII, GERMAX k TBE.Ull GOODS
C&bnMIbs la Part of the Fallowing i
A Full Assortment ot Punts, all stvles. nrw
and desirable pattern,
WLite Cotton, Horrock WLite Lung Clolb,
A. H. and B
Bruftu aud Blue Cotton Drill. l!ro n Cotton,
Blue Cotton, Heavy Denims, Hickory Strip'.
Bed Ticking. Turkey Bed Cotton,
lUue Flannels, White Linen, assorted widths
Water-proof Cloth, White Moleskin,
Fine Fiench Meiinas, Kps, Buckskins,
Fun- C.t-iineres, Black und Blue Broadcloths,
Linen aud Cotton Sewing Thread,
A Splendid Assortment of Clothing
Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Denim Jumpers and Overall,
Fine .Merino Undershirts,
Cotton Socks and Stockings,
Silk, Linen and Cottou Handkerchiefs,
Fine Silk Umbrellas,
Assorted Burlaps and Woolpack, Sail Twine,
Imperial Navy Hemp Canvas, No. 00 to 6,
Hair and Cloth Brushes, from J. Gosnell & Co.
Fancy Soups and Hair Oil,
Shawls, Pouchos, Plaids, Needlework,
Lockets, Rings, Chains, Ornaments,
P. X 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,
Galvanized Iron Pipe. and inch.
Hoop Iron, . , 1 and 1J inch, Rivets,
Paints and Oil.", White Zinc. Wuit Lead, Ac,
Caustic Soda and Palm Oil,
Hide Poison, Maiket Buckets.
Brooms, Casks and Barrels,
Casks Blacksmiths' Coal,
300 Tons BeBt Steam Coal,
Also a few Music Boxes & Regulator Clocks,
A Fine Assortment of Huvana Cigars,
English und German Ale,
Bavarian Beer, in qts. aud pts.
Champagne, Ruiiiart pere and fiU, qts. fc pts.
Champagne, Heidieck 3c Co., qts. and pts.
Champagne. Thoreau, qts. and pts.
Bhine Wines, Claret,
Giu, in green boxes.
Samples now Open at our Office, and Sales made
jpir Orders from Other Islands Filled,
H. HACKFELD &CO.
Have Just Received
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE
THE FOLLOWING COOD8
WHICH THEY OFFER FOR S1LF.
GROCERIES, HUBBUCK'S FA I ST 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,
Refined Iron, White Bros., Portland Cement,
Gunny Rags, Burlaps Bags,
Printing Paper, Petroleum Barrels,
New Oil Shooks,
Boutelleau A Cos., Brand;, iu glass, gdw to
Boutelleau A Cos., Brand v in Casks,
Gin in Cases,
Window Glass, Ac, Ac, Ac.
PER R. C. WYLIE, Direct from Europe.
m BBI.S. BEST ENGLISH PORT-
JULr LAND CEMENT,
100 CoiU brat Kuajia Hemp Rigging,
Coils Rutiia Bolt Hope,
Casea Engliah Fie Fruits,
Ca;e do. Picklrt,
Cases do. Ground Pepprrv
Caaes do. Mustard,
Cases do. French Pea,
Csks Table Salt, io bottU-
For Sale at the Lowest Prices by
o30 BOLLES A CO.
FINE MANILA CIGARS.
ANEW INVOICE OF VERT SUPERIOR
Quality, put up in boxes of 200 each. Just received
direct trom Manilla. For Sal by
o3o BOLLKH k CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY,
IIEIEIVEI) PER D. C. MURKIl ANU
Em. KlKY BELLE ROBERTS.
for dale by
B0LLK8 A CO.
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR !
DlhER'S EXTRA FA MILT FLOUR.
ReceiveiT per Murray, and for sale by
E. iiurrMisSi in. i".
civarecte fapcr, eic, etc
ly 1 jaS
Kx Vasco I C1:iiii:i, Vity ol .llcllxiiirnr, I. i
ITIiirrny, nntl S rcn, hy
E-DE3 jfV.2VTI ZJOO
'MlK KIXKST iWOKTMK.NT OK I'KINT l TIIK. MlHKUT, I'l.alS ( Ol.OHl
B light aoj dark aoJ rut"; a trm pirrra of lrc TntriE n lt .. Mhii )!, Win 1'wtloa Nafut.
lwO lo i Ctxp l'ublrachJ C (too, '.o u ehni , rtiwfi, ilarviiu' A ft U n and Mr.l i.aa I tXIactt4 t'vtlot.,
ft iepTior aaortBot of W trrprm.f. all vowl an-1 cotton artJ trout to, grtf anj fMf
JEoir Gontlomon's Woarl
riSKST BLACK UBOADCLOTII AND HOT KINS, A l.t. WOOh T KEIU, IYIIITK
AM) Birr LINK DICK. KIXK WlllTK MOI.K1K I N, KIMZkT WlliriC
MiRSEILLE VKSTINCJ, I.IXKN I'A.VT TV:i:s.U UttW S I.IM:.
ALSO K.KCE1VKD rtvj Wool OvrrsbuU, Cvttuo t
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KttUea, t aaJ S quart, Ualraniied Wuh Haunt. Oalan'ist Tuli. J to t In iwt T lliuye, to II ia. Milvad
Needle. BENT AWEiLKD A S l T A It H Kf .. A KM IMJ WIHIU llatbark
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aod 3 torhi Us Yoke 4. A and Fan Howa, Katie S and ll.i. lr H-miii,, larra, Calliralura and llurae
Hue. UOWNEK'S KCKOSK.VK Oil. DIKKCT IKOM lKHNkK I'OMrlM, lievae ftereaen
Oil. fooi aod cheap.
Alto on Hand. A General Assortment of Agricultural Implement! !
FKW DOZEN WARD A. IAV.KS C'KI,KICAT:D X.. 3d KIIKKI VII K AH If, THC
Tit atora with Many other artkrle la be ktai at LOW 1T THICKS, at
FIAI'i; WIDE ! !
Galvanized Corrugated Hoofing
HUBBUCK'S I'lHK WHITE ZINC AND I.EA D, IIUHBt'C'K'N IIEfcT I'AI.IC
UUILE1) I.INsKEI) OIL..
A FINE mj. OF SHELF PAINTS, ALL COLOUS !
TURPENTINE, VAUMSHE. PAINT II It IN II KM. A FINE LOT OK 1IU..
ER'S HARDWARE. A GoOI STOCK UP AGRICULTURAL
Will be Sold at KECI1MKOC1TY IMtK'ICN ! !
BOOK AND JOB
No. 10 Merchant Street,
Are Acknowledged to Fosse sa the Best Assort'
inent of Book ami
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Of any Other Office in the Nundwich Islands,
Well Adapted to the Superior Printing!
POSTERS OF ANY SIZE!
PLAIN Oil FANCY COLORS.
Tas List, Leases,
Shop Bill, L'irculsr,;
NEWSPAPERS, II I LL-II K A III,
Concert Bill, Blank Notes,
Road Nollce, Bill Ladibf.
rV'hwi Report, Price Current
Concert Ticket, Festival Ticket,
Steamboat Tickets, Excursion Tickets,
lDosit Check, tSMr-pios; Receipts,
Iosuranc Policie, Certificates of Iepoit,
Certificate U Stock, Bills of Exctiang
Tag of every style.
Apotbtcanaa' Labels, Order of Exercises,
Reward of Merit, Letter Headirifs,
Dry Good Tags, Note Headings,
Lecture Ticket. Bank Notice,
Oil la of rare, Show Card !
Ministerial Reports, Pamphlets, Books!
Tai Bills, Lectares, Bonds, Brief.
ANY KIND OF WORK IN THEIR LINE,
NOT SPECIFIED ABOVE,
Will be Satisfactorily Executed.
With ample Materials of Newest Styles,
FAST PRE? a. AND (JOOD WORKMEN,
We seldom fail in givlutj satisfaction to onr Fatrons,
41UALITV OF WORK,
RAPIDITV OF EXECUTION. r
CHEAPNESS OF PRICE.
NO. 16 MERCHANT STREET.
II. L. CHELDON, Proprietor.
uutus: iu town a patch uivm It It
kind. For tale at Reasonable Rates by
au7 8. C. ALLF.N.
ao JttiJiLilAa T ST
MEW GOOBS t
udrr.him, lirr) W ui4 lli.t.rl, Flu and MrJ.ata r4
CASTLE & COOKE'S.
11 III ! ! !
5, ami .
By DILLINGHAM & CO
Oi At U1 KIS Kirrri. If a.j.
JUST RECEIVED !
And For Salo by
F. T. LEHEHAU & CO.,
EX AGLAIA AND CEDER,
And Other late Arrival.
'I'OXS II I-'.ST N.MITII'n COAL,
A Tons II. st Olairo lim htan Coal,
Car Iron, In Assorted Uses,
LIME JUICE CORDIALS I
In 1 d.i. c. of lb Celebrated Maoufanlar of Jot
Dillon A Co., OUow,
FOLLOWING MACHINERY I
ONE Kl GAR MII.U COMPLETE
THREE W EXTON'M CENTRIFUGAL
FIVENTEAM CLA III FI EHK. 400
aJ ftOO OALLONM.
I) R Y
c; o o i) s :
Case lleldnekk'l Cbanpagtie, pint it4 quarts,
Basket Lawrence's OiauipaKiie, pi and jl,
Baskets Lawr'i''s Champagne, rilra dry,
Case lleiiiM's.y' Bramlf ,
Caart Martell'g x a Ilrimly,
Cases rianal' Wi BraiMly,
Cases final! 0-uera,
Bankets t at Geneva,
Cases l: t Old Tom (iin,
Cases ll- Kt Kinahau's L Irl.li M hiskey,
Case L-uovllle's Irl.h V. hiskey,
Beat rV-ch W l.itkey,
Quarter Canks llei,nes jr's Best Fal Brand v,
Quarter C atks Martell's Beat Brandy,
Quarter Casks Jamaira Hum.
RENT AMERICAN W II I H I K 1 1
Occ:d lilal, Ilrraitagr and O. t. C.
di:mi.mmi.h jk ixoiiol,
Case Best I'ale Cherry, Caw s Best Old Port,
Quarter Caks Pale Hherry,
Quarter Casks Irish WhUkey,
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,
Pints and Quart.
India Pale Ale, pint and quarts,
Bass k Co 's India Pale Ale, pints and quarts;
JUST LANDED, EX BARK CEDER
HJEWAX'S XXX TOUT. IN STONE JVtrt,
if I P1M S AND Ql'ARTH.
Port VU, ! X dz. t. KLerrjf illse, Ii S 4tu c.
or rTPKRIOR QUALITY.
F. T. I.ENEIIAN A CO.
X QUANTITIES TO SUIT, FROM I OstU i
. loo to barrel. r or Vale by
T CHAM. UINQ.