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SHIP CHANDLERY !
FLOUR AND BREAD,
HEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE !
; fcc. ..
AT LOWEST RATES BY
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Dayis' Painkiller,
Punloa Salt Works.
CARRIAGE JJATERIAL !
rflHE rXDERSlCXED HAS. J 1ST RE.
Jl C KlTr D from the -ast and Ean Francisco, la addition
to hfs asasl large aortmentcf Carriage Material, the following
fmm 1 loch to 2 inches.
OAK AND HICKORY RIMS,
from 1 inch to 2 inches.
FINE ASSORTMENT HUBS, ALL SIZES.
Felloe fur Ox'CarU, Assorted Sizes, Oak mod Ash-,
Hickory CTsfon and Bufgy Ehafts, finished and rough;
Poles, Wagon and Carriage, Ctibhed and rough,
WhiCletrees, Doubletree, Crossbar, Yokes, Seat Rail.,
Seat Spindles, Wagon aud Buggy Bows,
Consisting of Steel and Iron Axles, Spring Stay Braces. Foot
Rails, Step Pads, Body Loop, Whiffletree Conllugs and Fer
ule. Stake Irons, Cockeyes, Hub Bands, plain, silvered and
oroide, screw capped Central Park Pattern, Pole Crabs, Step
Tread, Body Steps, Wear Irons,
FINE Asst. of OVAL MOULDINGS
in Brats and Oold, from J to J Inch.
Cross Wtrnp JVXotintlnBTR consisting of
Diamond Centres, Buckles, Strap floUer Loops gold & oroide
A FEW SUPERIOR ENGLISH k AMERICAN STYLES
BASKET PHAETON BODIES!
XT One and Two-nested, which will be pat up in the best
possible mioser to order, at short notice.
CARRIAGES ALWAYS ON HAND
Or manufactured with dispatch First Class Workmen em
ployed tn all branches.
A continuance of the public patronage Is respectfully solicited.
ALL ISLAND ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
No. 71, 73 and 73 King St. Honolulu, H. I.
JUST RECEIVED !
And TVm SfaiQ by
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
EX AGLAIA AND CEDER,
And Other Late Arrivals.
FOLLOWING MACHINERY I
OXE SUGAR MILL, COMPLETE;
THREE WESTO.VS UEXTRIFtOAL
FIVB STEAM CL.ARIF1ERS.400
and AOO GALLONS.
D RY GOODS !
Various Sosorlptious I
Caae Beidseick'a Champagne, pints and quarts,
Baskets Lawrence's Champagne, pts and qts,
Baskets Lawrence's Champagne, extra dry.
Case tieaoessy'a brandy,
Case MaxtcU'a ii Brandy,
Case Plaaat's 1863 Brauiy,
Cases SmaU Geneva.
Baskets Hvst Ueoeva,
Case Beat Old Tom Gin,
Caaea gM hlloanan's L Irish WhUkey,
Cases Ironvilio's lr-h Whiskey,
Bei Scotch Whiskey,
Qaaner Casks uennessy's Best Pale Brandy,
(iiaiur Cases Marteli's Rest Brandy,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Ban.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES!
Occidental, Hermitage and O. V. C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry, Cues Beit Old Port,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE
Pints and Quarts.
Ia !i Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
Bass At Co 's India Pale Ale, pints and quarts;
O ran re Bluer,
Bournes uo'i I, 2. 3, and 4 dimonI Brandy,
Cases Superior Vermoou-., Cases Boker's Bitters,
Cases Superior Claret, Ac-, c.
Cases LIcEwan's xxx Stout, In Stone Jugs,
TINTS AND QCART3.
EK BARK KA MM
A TCLL ASSORTMENT OF
Consisting of :
F.n Prints. ClalH, new styles;
Tins White Ground Print, new styles;
White Shirtings. White Drills,
Superior Quality of Bleached Denims,
Shawls, Assorted, 4c, ke.
ALSO, A FIXE LOT OP
Superior-qranas Qf Champagne I
It F. T. LENEHAN i CO,
Importers and Dealers in
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
Tongued & Groove, .Surfaced,
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS,
H in. x 4, 1x5, aod lxfl, It
Scantling, Boards, Plank,
Battens-lx3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2,
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongued and Groevcd
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE !
2x12 to lCxlG;
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLINDS, all sizes;
White Lead & Zinc !
PA I XT 0 1 1., JL. SMALL, PA I XT, C II F.A P,
Putty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 and 3,
Wall Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAINT,
For Plantation or any Other Use,
Butts & Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, &c.
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
LUMBER. LUMBER !
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE OX HAND AND FOR SALE,
Boards, Planks and Battens.
Nor' West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
Hough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens- and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
DOORS, WLVDOWS AXD BIIJDS !
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 TSF-
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIGHT AND PLANTATION USE
WHITE EASTERN PINE
BOARDS AXD PLANKS.
WAIwL PAPER !
All OTHER BMDI.G MATERIALS !
; (Commercial SUbtrtiscr.
SA TURD A Y. MA Y 27.
SESSION OF I87G.
FlFTrENTH DaV Maj 1C.
IIoue met at 1 p. n.
Hon. Mr. Kaai movc-J that the rotes taken
yesterdaj on the petition? contesting the seats aa
metiers of this house, of H.n. Mesfrs. Naili
nnd Kalukoa, be reconsidered. Lost.
rrrmoNS be.d and rjttrred.
T ' ii l r 1 1 . I- V. 1
rrjm ii:iraaa.ua, jrajw u u u acuiUo
approve ol the treaty; tat immigration
encouraged. ox.ludinz Chinese: and al.o fv-
of the treatv: that iraraiirration be
eral other petition?.
From Koolaojoii.0, that laborers under con
tract be made to work only 20 days per month ;
that native kahunas be allowed to practice under
e fee of $o : that the salary of the King
be reduced to 20,000 pr year
From Waianae, Oahu, that the horse tax be
reduced to 60 cts.; that the Falary of the King
be reduced to 20,000 per year; that the sala
ries of Ministers be reduced to 4,000 per year ;
and several others.
From liana, that the income of government
officers be taxed at 50 cts. fur every hundred
From Kohala, that japer currency be not
encouraged ; that income of government officers
be taxed a cent on the dollar ; and several
REPORTS OK STANDING COMMITTEES.
Committee on ptinting laid before the assembly
the printed copies of the agreement between the
proprietor of the Hawaiian Hotel and the
Hawaiian Government ; also the table of state
ment of the receipts and expenditures of steamer
REPORTS SPECIAL COMMITTEES.
Committee to whom the act relating to spread
of disease among sheep was referred, asked for
From Hon. Mr. Helekunihi, that the Minister
of Interior be requested to instruct road super
visors throughout the Kingdom to repaint figures
on mile stones. Adopted.
Hon. Mr. Smith gave notice of his intention
to introduce a new rule for the house, relating
to taking the aye6 and noes.
His Fx. the Attorney Gcueral laid before the
assembly a table of the pay of Police, as
requested by the house.
lion. Mr. Birch gave notice of an act to amend
section 1423 of the Civil Code, relating to the
dog tag ; also an act to amend sections 6, 7, 8, 9,
and 10 of a law approved July 24. 1870; and
also, an act to amend section 1419 of the Civil
Hon. Mr. Martin read for the first time an act
to encourage the increase of the people. Ordered
to be printed.
Hon. Mr. Barenaba gave notice of an act to
amend section 4, chapter 9, of the law approved
July 13, 1874.
Hon. Mr. Birch read for the first time, an act
repealing section 25, chapter 10 of the law ap
proved January 10th, 1865, relating to pay of
school teachers. Passed to its second reading.
Hon. Mr. Barenaba read a resolution to the
effect, that the Minister of Interior be requested
to lay before this bouse, the report of the Board
of Health, for the past biennial period. Adopted.
Hon. Mr. Kamauoha read, for the first time,
an act to amend section 1 of a law approved
July 18, 1874, relating to butchering ol cattle,
and selling of meat. Passed to its second read
ing. lion. Mr. Birch read a resolution, to the effect
that the 6um of 1500, be appropriated for a
jail at Ulupalakua. Laid over to be considered
with the appropriation bill.
Hon. Mr. Kamauoha read, for the first time, j
an act reducing the tax on animals. Passed to
its second reading. !
Hon. Mr. Birch read an amendment to rule 38 j
of the house, making the " previous question"
to come after the motion to " adjourn. Adopted.
Ilia Ex. Governor Dominis laid before the
hou&o the report of the military department for
the past two years. Ileierred to Committee on
ORDER OF THE DAY.
The bill to amend Sec. 215 of the Civil Code
came up on its second reading in committee of
the whole. Hon. Mr. Mahelona in the cuair.
After some discussion, the bill was referred to
a special committee, consisting ot tne Minister
of Foreign Relations, Messrs. Waterhouse,
rreston, Xawahi and Wana.
Sixteenth Day. May 17.
House met at 1 P. M.
petitions read axd approved.
From liana, that hospitals be erected in every
rrom Koolaupoko, that native kahunas be al
lowed to practice without license. That the
working days of contract laborers be limited to
twenty per month.
xrom Wairoea, that parents having more than
three children be exempt from taxes. That there
be one governor for the Kingdom, and salaries of
government officials be reduced.
rrom Molokai, that costs of courts be reduced;
that cattle be taxed 20 cents; sheep and goats 5
cents; and that a duty of one cent per pound be
put on all exported sugar, molasses, pulu, &c.
reports of standing committees.
Finance Committee reported oa the petition,
that the monthly wages of policemen be raised to
30; and recommended that it be laid over to be
considered with the appropriation bill. On the
petition, that mules and donkeys be exempt from
taxes, recommended that it be indefinitely post
poned; and on the petition that several govern
ment offices be merged, to lay on the table and to
be considered with a bill to that effect; on the
petitions that insurance companies be made to
take out a license, that parents of large families
of children be exempt from taxes, that poll tax be
abolished, and that duties on church material be
abolished, recommended tbat they be laid on the
The Printing Committee laid before the House
printed copies of the report of the Finance Com
mittee, investigating the affairs ot Jate secretaries.
They also stated that the bill introduced by Hon.
Mr. Martin was not jet printed.
lion. Mr. Hals:ead real for the first time the
following bills : An Act to amend Section 1417;
An Act to amend Sec. 149, aud An Act to amend
Soc. 1420 of the Civil Code. Passed to their sec
Hon. Mr. Smith moved that tbe House take up
the consideration of the bill relating to rcpopu
lation. introduced by Hon. Mr. Martin. Carried.
His Ex. the Minister for Foreign Affairs moved
that the vote taken yesterday, ordering the bill
relating to repopulation to be printed, should be
After a lengthy discussion the vote stood, 18
ayes to 23 noes.
Hon. Mr. Nahaku read for the first time a bill 1
allowing the selling of opium. Passed to its
second reading. ,
OKDJ-.R OF THE DAY".
The consideration of An Act to repeal Section j
216 of the Civil Code, in the committee of the j
whole. Hon. Mr. N'ahaku in the chair. '
On motion, the committe rose and recom-
mended that it be referred to the select committee, ;
to whom was referred An Act to amend Section :
215 of the Civil Code. Adopted.
Tbe bill to repeal Section 1, Chapter 41, of the ;
Penal Code, allowing natives as well as foreign- j
ers to sell or buy liquor, came up, on its second j
reading, in committee of the whole. Hon. Mr.
Pilipo in the chair. ;
After a lengthy debate, the committee arose
and recommended that it be referred to the com
mittee of the whole again the next day. Carried.
The House adjourned.
Seventeenth Day. May 18.
House met at 10 a. m.
petitions read and reeerked.
From Lahaina that no excuse be granted to the
Minister of Finance, for using any sums of money
be may htTe drawn without permission.
From Molokai that the Assembly approve cf the
treaty, and that the million loan be enlarged to ten
From Hana, that schools of industry be , built on
ma !e to-S
arpn j riit-
TLe co:ijiui;:ee on ccmnierce rejvri. .
ir. ' retltk's. On the t ttition tba: the
lisivl to 'r ttf-rc this house tLe cc ii'.iv
vf ij ttvx'.j, the ecu;K;i:tf rtjctumealei that it te
. lIJ cn th title, as tLere trc alrea ly priiitcl cv p '.es
of tLe treaty before the Lcus; ca the -etitica iliit
i ctanigers ca f.Untatioca be iaa-le to prvriJe their
i laborers with suitable losings anl bor 1. the Coai
! mittee recomiueaJed to lj same od the table. a
J tbe petition that timber on Rcuihiki lac J be free.
! tb committee recommended it be laid cn the table.
1 On the petition that laborers be maie to work no
, raore than cine hours per daj, the committee re
: ccmmeaJe-d to lay same cn the table. On the peti
j tion that this Iloase tpproTe of the treaty, the com
; mittee recommended that it be laid cn the table till
the consideration cf the treaty. On the petition to
j abolish the million loan act, the committee recom
mend that it be laid on the table, till the cocsidera-
tion cf an act for that cbiect introduced by Hon. Mr.
; t., n .v.. .:.:. .v.. ii ,
Preston. On the petition that laborers be free on
noliiays, tne committee recommenJei tbat it pass to
engrossment. Report adopted.
Committee on engrossment stated that the Inns-
lation on the bill reining to aw licence, which was I
referred to them for engrossment was cot correct,
that in Er.glish being altogether diffetent from the '
Hawaiian, and begged to return same to introducer, j
r.UJ-S AND KE.-Ol.lTIO.VS.
Hon Mr. Waterhouse gTe notice of an act to re- i
gul ite fisheries. Hun. Mr. Birch gave notice of an act j
to amend an act approved Aug. , 1874, relating to I
restriction on opium. j
Hon. Mr Aholo rea 1 fur tbe first time an act to j
amend sec. 11, 12, 13. and 14 of the law regulating j
the Board of Public Instruction, approved cn the 1
10th day of June, 180-3. On motion the rules were j
suspen'iei ana tne oui passea to its tecona reaJing
and was referred to printing committee to be printed.
Hon. Mr. Kalaukoa gave notice ol an act to
amend sec. 101 of the Civil Code, regulating boating
Hon. Mr, Waterhouse read a resolution that the
Minister of Finance be requested to lay before this
Assembly a statement of the receipts and expendi
tures of the Hawaiian Hotel, since its organization.
Hon. Mr. Preston amended that a select commit
tee be appointed to take the place of tbe Minister of
F inance in this work.
On motion the resolution, as ameoded, was adop
ted, lions. Messrs. Waterhouse, Preston, Gay, Ka
peua and Aholo were appointed as such committee.
His. Ex. the Minister of Finance laid before the
house a statement of the receipts of Crown lands, as
requested by a resolution from Hon. Mr. Preston.
The receipts being 02.877 from Jan. 1st, 1807, to
Mar. 1, 1S7C.
Hon. Mr. Smith read a new rule styled, rule 80,
for the House, relating to ayes and noes.
Hon. Kaai read a resolution that the Serjeant-at-arms
be instructed to procure a half bottle of liquor
from each liquor house in town, and invite the doc
tors to come before this house, and analyze tbe same.
After considerable debating tbe resolution was with
drawn. OllDKi: OF THK DAY.
The consideration of an act to repeal sec. 1 chap.
41 of the Penal Code, relating to furnishing intox
icating drinks to native Hawuiians; in committee of
the whole, Hon. Mr. Halemanu called to the chair.
A motion that it pass to engrossment; and also
one to indefinitely postpone having been referred
from yesterday, was brought up for discussion.
After a warm and lengthy debate of two and a
half hours, in which Hon. Messrs. Castle. Nawahi,
Wa erhouse and His. Ex. Kapena spoke for; and
Hon. Messrs, Kaai, Birch and Mahelona against the
indefinite postponement, a motion to adjourn, and
sit again to-morrow at 1 p. m. in committee of the
whole on the consideration of the bill, was put and
House met at 1 r. m.
PETITIONS READ AND REFERRED.
From Koolaupoko, that people be allowed to
fish on konohiki fishing grounds, and all receipts
from fish sold be divided with konohikis ; that
they be allowed to gather firewood on said kono
hiki lands. From Hamakua, a petition contain
ing a large number of prayers, relating to repopu
lation. From Pauoa, Oahu, that the sum of 800 be
appropriated for the construction of a new road
in that vallev.
From Lahaina, that the salary of the Registrar
of conveyances be entered in the appropriation
From Hana, that when the Reciprocity treaty
goes into effect, a tax of fifty cents, as export
duty, be put on every 100 pounds of sugar and
REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES.
Printing committee reported the bill relating
to repopulatmg the race as printed, and laid same
before the Assembly.
Hon. Mr. Kalaukoa read for the first time an
act amending sec. 101 of the Civil Code, relating
to boating license. Passed to the second reading.
Hon. Mr. Aholo, read for the first time an act
to amend sec. 1 of an act approved on the 23d of
June, 18G8, relating to the Hawaiian Board of
Health. Passed to its second reading.
Hon. Mr. Kanealii read for the first time an
act to amend sec. 1419 of the Civil Code. Pass
ed to its second reading.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo read for the first time a bill to
amend Sec. 780 of the Civil Code, approved June
22d, 18G8, relating to Representatives, increasing
the number to 39. Ordered to be printed.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo gave notice of a proposed
amendment to Article 43 of theConstitution.
Hon. Mr. Mahoe offered a resolution, that the
sum of 600 be appropriated for the construction
of a bridge at Hilo.
Hon. Mr. Martin gave notice of a bill relating
to laborers under contract, also a biH relating to
Hon. Mr. Barenaba gave notice of a bill pro
hibiting the Minister cf the Interior from grant
ing licenses for the sale of liquors in Honolulu.
lion. Mr. Pilipo read for the first time fcis pro
posed amendment to Article 4 of the Constitution,
and also to Article 20 of the Constitution. Or
dered to be printed.
Hon. Mr. Kaiue read for the first time a bill to
amend Sec. 5, Chapter 13 of the Penal Code, re
lating to adultery. Passed to its second readinz.
Hon. Mr. Kanealii read for the first time a bill
i to abolish the law relating to dog tags. Passed
to its second reading.
His x. Gov. Kapena read a resolution, re
lating to the commissioners appointed by the last i
Legislature for codifyirg laws. !
Hon. Mr. Mahoe gave notice of a bill to amend '
Sec. 239 of the Civil Code, approved August 28, i
Hon. Mr. Kaai read a resolution, that the '
Minister of Interior be requested to lay before !
the House the amount expended for medical pur- !
poses (for the people) throughout the Kingdom, j
Hon. Mr. Birch read a resolution, that tbe sum i
of 5000 be appropriated for a breakwater at !
Honuaula, Maui. Laid on table, to be considered
with the appropriation bill. '
Hon. Mr. Kanealii gave notice of a bill to j
amend Section 2 of an act relating to masters and I
Hon. Mr. Mahoe gave notice of a bill to repeal i
Sec. 41 of an act approved July 21, 1870, relating j
to the Reformatory School. j
ORDER OF THE DAY. j
The motion to indefinitely postpone an act to 1
repeal Sec. 1, Chapter 41 of the Penal Code, al- i
lowing natives to buy and sell rum, in committee j
of the whole. His Ex. Gov. Kapena in the chair. !
A leDgthy debate ensned, in which Their Excel- i
lencies the Attorney General, the Minister for
Foreign Affairs, and the Governor of Maui, and
Hon. Messrs. Castle, Kauai, Helekunihi, and
Xawahi, advocated the indefinite postponement of
the bill; and the Hon. Messrs. Rhodes, Kaai,
Nahaku, Mahelona, Birch, and Preston, spoke
fjr the bill. j
On motion, the question to indefinitely post- j
pine the bill was put and carried. ;
The House adjourned. !
Nineteenth Day May 20.
II onse met at 10 a. it.
REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES.
Printing committee laid before tbe house the
printed copies of an act to amend sec. II, 12 and
13 of the Civil Code.
PETITIONS READ AND REFERRED.
Hon. Mr. Aholo read for the first time an act
to amend sec. 1423 of the Civil Code, approved
July 29, 1872, relating to masters and servants.
Parsed to its second reading.
Hon. Mr. Halemanu read a resolution, that the
sum of 1,000 be appr.'priated for improvement
of the harbor of Ilonomalmo, Hawaii.
Hjn. Mr. Mahelona gave notice of the fol
lowing acts: an act to encourage industry; an act
relating to konohikis and tenants; an act to
amend sec. 387, 388, 389, 390 and 391 of the
Civil Code, relating to fishing rights; and an act
to amend sec. 1477, relating to rights of people !
on konohiki lands; an act relating to butchering;
i w nit; tm proceeds to the payment
Mr. ti.rchrc ul f.r li e rrt time an act to
rej.-a! the law rtftrictir- t!;e imtortati.n and Kile
of oriuiii. l'.ifl t. tt kh. U'l roadin .
II :k Mr. Martin rtad a rijiuli.n, that tfie
tum of 3lH. ic aj j r ft i:tcd Lr itur rotement of
the haiS.T .! KaaiLtiiln. Hawaii. Ii lorrc-d till the
Cviiidcratioii t f the a j rj ri itiou till.
Huii Mr. K&ai gave n jtKt of an auu-ndwwit to
sec. 1 chap -il of the IVnil C-Je.
Hon. Mr. Kanealii gave r-tice of an amend
ment to fee. 1477 of the Civil Code, relating to
timber on konohiki lan-l!.
Hon. Mr. Filipo read for thf rt time an act
to amend article 43 of the Constitution, relating
Ministers of the crcwn to vote
iv. Passed t its second readme.
Hon. Mr. Waterhouse read for the first time
an act to regulate .-hing. PasK-J to its second ,
rcadii.g; and ordered to be printed.
Hie. Ex. the Attorney General gave notice of
an act to rep-cal sec. 5G of the Civil Code, relat-
irg to importing and selling of opium. :
ORDER Or TUE DAY. j
The coti.-i deration of an act to rej'Cal chap. 14 j
of the s-w-ion laws of 174, approved July 13, j
1S74, rei ning to encouragement of industry in j
On ini.ti.-n the bill was ordered to engrossment, j
and to come upon Wednesday on its third reading.
lhe hou.-e then adjourned
H. HACKFELD &CO.
EX KA LIOI !
JUST Alt RIVED
J)INK PADS, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE
GROUND PRINTS, MUSLINS,
HorrockM Long Cloth, A 32 in. A 36 in. B
and II 36 in.
Turkey Red, Brown Cotton and Drill,
Blue Cotton Drill, Ticking, Hickory Suipes,
Cotton Sheeting, 72, 80, 90, and 100 in.
Mosquito Netting, Water-proof Cloth,
Black and Colored Merinoes,
Black Cobourgs and Italian Cloth,
Barege, in all colors; Linen, Bedford Cord,
Twilled Cambric and Silcsias,
Black Lastings, Flax Padding,
Cotton and Linen Thread, white, black and
brown, assorted numbers,
White & Brown Cotton Turkish Towel, Ac,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, white and
Table Cloths, Men's Socks,
Ladies' Stockings, a5orted;
White and Brown Cotton Undernhirts, and
Water-proof aud Flannel Shirts,
Black Lace Shawls, Silk Umbrellas,
Plaids, Ponchos, Monkey Jackets,
Flannel Sacs and Pants,
Buckskin and Cloth Sacs and Pants,
An Assortment of FINE SUITS,
scarlet, green, blue and white;
White Cotton Blankets, Horse Blankets,
Light and Heavy Burlaps,
Woolpack, Sail Twine,
Rugs and Carpets,
Rubber Gooda Garters, Suspender, Girdles,
I LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bits, and Spurs,
French and German Calfskins,
India Rubber Balls, Feather Dusters,
Blank Books, Bloc Notes,
Genuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Brooches, See,
Harmonicas, Massa Pipes,
London and Meerschaum Pipes,
GENUINE EAU DE COLOGNE,
Lubin's Extracts, Soaps, Tooth Brushes,
Dressing Combs, Needles,
Pocket Knives, Scissor", Charcoal Irons,
Washing Tubs,GaIv. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
French, English and German Groceries !
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, ic, &c.
Wax Tapers, Camphor, Safety Matches,
r A- X XT T M X
White Zinc, White Lead, Green & Black Paints,
Berlin Blue, Ilubbuck's Paint Oil.
Johannisberger, Liebfrauenmilch, Claret,
Champagne, Heidsieck's, &c
Sparkling Hock, quarts and pints.
Key Brand, St Paul's, Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale & Porter, Bavarian Beer, qti & pts
Cognac Brandy, Gin, &c. Alcohol in Demijohn.
CIGARS HAVANA AXD GERMAN.
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg Rivets,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, in. in. 1 in. 14 in.
Babbitts Metal, Hoop Iron, j, , J 1J.
Fence Wire, Noa. 4, 5 and 6.
Wrapping Paper, Horse Rope, white;
Corks, Moulding, Locking Glasses & Chromos,
Tumblers, Water Monkeys, Gambier and Catch,
Demijohns, , 1, 8 and 5 galls.. Market Baskets,
Birch Brooms, Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Slates, Barrels and Casks, jcc, ic.
Nie. mill to arrive. Orders frcur, the o'.hr islands
fjetcut'd on arriv'.il.
SAMPLES sow open FOR INSPECTION.
JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI. AN
HEIDSIECK & CO.'S
Crand Vin Royal
la Quarts and PinU. For Saie at Agents rates by
H. HACKFELD A Co..
tole Agents for Mi-sm. Ileidsieck A Co.,
Pipe Buttons. Cigarette Paper,
,. i. , n.i.i.1 1 . if XUIeXy
V:is ilv a;im:i,
rfliirniy, :inI Syvvii, hy
CASTLE AIVD COOIiE.
'PIIK FINEST AWdKTMKM OP I'HI.X I INI II . MA UK El. . I COUIKH
1 l. t arxl ilark m l a I J -r . f I Trunaviut i'riMa, MtiM ialtiR, H win HIi
loO in ; Crmp I .) C ti. n. Pin Fi.n-t.r4 t'l-n.-n. Ilark.t.'a Alt) rti- an.l Mr.livm I r.MrachrJ CM!. ,
A srfXTior asa-N-tBer.t of W !rtj rvfi, all 1 tM rrM o an1 ot blur, grry atxl SuMrn.
G ontlonioii'o Woar !
E I EST BLACK URIlt DC'I.OTII l) 1MI fr JK I a I.I. WOO I. TV EEI. WHITE
AND Birr EI N EN DICK. FINE WHITE MOl.EMilV El N EXT WHITE
MARSEILLES VESTING, LINEN PANT TITES. I1KOWN LINEN
AIU RFC Ft V ID Fanrr Wool Ov-r!i.rt, C(Ua t "n.l. ili.ri.. Or.) V .4 l'rl, tin and MnliuM MiH flam1
A Frw INfors Noa. 6, and Ii MIT PI IK (iRl'H GRAIN Kill HONS. IMIt Cllft Mula t'iwrr aM Cri.t,.
All Li&rn Napkin. Jara Canrss. Moaqmto NHtii. hlar HannH. A f ar EINE II1.AI K LAMA LACE
Sll A V I.S. Table Paroask, fii,r.n. r.l Harr. Hlark Hair CWxk. St.n Thna l. Ar.
AliO Sprar k Jackson's Crl. bratrj A.rr.l files. Pit, t,'f rcuiv.1 njuare anj tarrt Pa.laol Cat, l t'al ih
Smooth, anrll suea. KO iHi V K ft MO.X I'KLkl'K ATr P CI'TI KkV fa.ra, Kmrra. Kali he n4 TaMe
Ktiirea. lew seta of Ibeir tl Mlr I'UleJ Sri.r., llrKlle HurLl.a. A . 1-4, -S and I tax' tinneai fearl eat ai.
IsMrt Bmloes. beet (jaalitif. ti.h moi I od I j rve. in rarult. Illrarhed a4 I pant RuealeS. Svoap Lalle,
Curry and Man ConU, l'rrcaaitn Caps. 4 A. , 10 B. Mm. m Ta kef aat Math ener". Claa4 fcaijis. Tru.
KrtlW, aa4 S qnaru. (Iraa a. Hub Kuln. a!tn iel Taf i, I heat T llmirrs. II (it. Milsr
Needle. HE l" ANNEALED ANI TANKED .Nat. FENCING W I It E. lial.fcurk s
Boiled and Kaw laoaeed Oil, HuM-uca's While 7-iue and Lrad, Aaaorud I'aii.u In iil. Ileal tir. and Uiatw. IVr,
Cream Tartar, Pure WhiieCa.nle r p. Sar.lmea, rrrfx-h Vrll., t .11. r.'.Vj-r. tHiiilnf aad Chalk. Us He. I -4
and 2 lnch Ot Yokes . mt 6 l'ar. I'lows. r.rk t and r . tr. IUrrrs, t'ullivalurs and ll.s
Hoes, DOWNER'S KEROMENE OIL DIREC .JVoieit ll-l COMI'AK V, lev.a Hetnten
OiL ,ood and cheap. '"llct
Also on Hand, A General Auortment of jr.k wttural Implement! J
1 ave- '
FEW DOZEN WARD A PAYNE'S CELEHK ATkNTlU.. is .lirrp nil t a mm tub.'
IIT QCALITT M At ,h ,U - -
Tb ahove ilh man o(tr artk-Ie to tw fcmsd at IX)WKfT TRICM, at uibl. ai4 '
mm: : !
Galvanized. Corrugated. Roofing
IIL'HIICCK'S PI? RE
A FINE ASST. OF SHELF PAINTS, ALL COLORS !
TERPENTINE, VARNISHES. PAINT 1IRI SHES, A FINE LOT OF UtHLD
ER'S HARDWARE. A GOOD STOCK Ol A G It I C t LT t R A L
Will be Sold sit KECIPKOCITY PItIC;i:SI!
C. BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
By Late Arrivals from Boston!
THK FOLLOWING ASSORTMF.M OF
Anchors. 600 to 1000 pounds.
Leather Belting:, 3 to 6 In.; Oak Tanned, Sprint; Beds,
Boxes Jama and Bales of IUi-e,
Boats. Assorted Ptyles, Bomn LanCea,
Caoe Kditcs, Coltirators,
Carts i Hand, Mule aud Horse,
Copper Paint, Canal Barrows,
Cumberland Coal, in Casks I
Fonco Wire. Best Quality.
FIRE CLAY, FIRE EXTINGUISHERS,
1 Horse Posrer for favlnf Wood,
Planters' H'se, Ilay Cutler,
Kaolin, I' ire Clay,
YELLOW PINE, Well Seasoned I
Yellow Metal, 16 to 20 oa. ; Cooipnsiliim aiU,
Ox Yokes, Plows, virions styles as, Pal's, 3 llonn,
American Prints .desirable styles
Best Quality Rosin, Turks Island Halt, In Oak Bbls.,
Mests Paiated Tuhs, heel Barrows,
CASKS of EGO COAL!
. For Stoves,
IMPORTED EXPRESSLY FOR FAMILY USE I
Ex Favorite, from Victoria I
106 Barrels Pracer River HsIuko, . .
20 Half Barrels Prater Hiver talmon.
Every Barrel in Pr.KPP.Cr OKLER, and
FOR SALE AT A VEEY LOW FIGURE!
Eastern Pine Sugar SIiooks,i
Sold at a Lower I?rice !
Than ever before off-rfd in this Market. These
Shooks are Thoroughly Seasoned,
And eff-r aVlTDUgi over All otbri
Sold in I In JlarKct :
rr Iloldinr a Larr Qoaotity of Suirar, raioir.f travail
per cent, to 3 per cent, ia setting, np, and remriaf ii ticpT-
ir.f after leavinf tbe jjtan'.auon.
ALL OF THE ABOVE GOODS
Will be Sold Low !
rfl dT 1 i if Z rri-i -w-w ar-i --r
Atvl to Kake room fr NKW UOOM xtl r
SYREX mid CKYI.OX.j
To Arr'iv Kirty .st Fall,
Invoices of which are Expected !
C. BREWER & CO.
A NEW TOP BUGGY FOR SALE.
rRRICE. ONE lirXDRED AM) SEVEXTV-
L flVK DOLLARS. Knqa.re at
apltf MLLINCHAM k Co's.
NO. 16 MERCHANT STIgTTr
Commercial Jbbrriisti : i
Viir ol .lI'Hourii I. i
st s.p.ciaJ' -- ..... . . ....
FEME llllli: ! ! !
5, ami G.
W HITE 7.1SV AND LEAD, lll'ltlil K'S I1EST PALE
BOILED LINSEED OIL.
By DILLINGHAM & CO..
OA .V 97 King ftirrrt. IIhs)Bm.
DIAMONDS, JEWELRY !
Silver 7tr,x-o !
rM!Kr.NDKR!GNED IIAHON- HAND Till:
POLUIK'IMa LINK or
FIXE GOLD AID SILVER WillES !
Udie, and ilnf I a per lor last-r aa.1 Kolliaire Diamond
lllnjrs. a Full IJne,
l.sdles and Oenls Ktnersld, lluby and Osrnet Rrs
Ladies Irenrh J..t,l,jr Klnra, a Fa. II Line of Awtd hlaf.
LADIES' GOLD WATCHES I
Firm d- Kry Wbultr, li,th FrrncU t Atnericun,
Ladws O-dd wra lili...
Ladi-S Need Chains,
Indies uld aud Kllrer TIiM(
Gents' Gold and Sliver Watches
HfM AND Krr WI.VMR,
ifM-mim ir.e t .M,r.l-4 C Howard A Co . A
. A ppleton, Tr.ry
l'i., and all the other Ret, owned
Gold Lockets and Chaim, Oold Chirms,
Oold frna. Mum OoUl BranaMa.
Oold Breasftilns, (ll,it and Oenl.)
Ookl rr Klnr., Oenis Q'ld ,lrr Chains,
Solid SilFor Table Forks & Spoons,
H'.lid "llrer letert f orks and "no-ms,
roll I r,lrrr 7a f(Hona. folid f ilver "airav "halls,
f olid Hiver fall tim. "did Mver hi, Cake, and rish
Knives. ,II1 f liver Builr Knlres,
In Fart, a ttt !.! f W trn Ii iKf Abate L4.
WHICH It ILL BK
SOLD AS LOW AS TJLO WJST,
9T The I'ul-!ie will do Well tn Call afcnf FirhiIm I Kama K'Im
Allen 6c Robinson
orriR for ialk,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
Cargoof Nor' West Lumber
lZx Jjine vV. F'xillcliilini-fr 1
Lumber Yard on Robinson's Wharf,
it a Uw Etft a raB Ottatir. Ii
QNEI.V. ISO A RDM. T. A. U. UOARD,liU,
1x3 ItaUeoa, Ixt flatten, li3 BalteTis, i Boards,
i3 fcar.t.injr, 2 rcsnMlcg, 2x6 fcaritllne, 3x4 rV-anllinj,
Sx rcai.ilirr, 49 tcat.tlinf, 3x3 Clear Ccaotlinf,
44 Clear f.-antlinf, 6x5 Clear Hcantlinf , Cx6 Roaotllpf,
txH featitlinir. CxIO Timber, x Tln-ber, xl Timber,
exl'J Tlml er, xl2 Timber, 10x10 Timber, I0x TUbImy,
3xli llank, 4 liirl, Plank, I Inch Plank, 3 Inch flank,
It inch Plank, 11 ic.h I'latik, LatLl.
ALLEN & RODINSON.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
ItEVr TO TIKE lfUNdWLI DCl MI VTS I OB
ell If Interior Office, Ho&olnla.