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A GENEBAL ASSOBT2TT OF
SHIP tHMDlERV k SHIP STORES.
fmr Sale by
I0 LLES & C O.
SMALL CHAINS !
t TITIKS to suit. Rereired per " Cleta." For sals by
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON AND
SALMON BELLIES !
IN5f?.RES AD HALF BARRELS.
Krcrlrsd per faikHsbarf , 1 days from Ponland.
CASES OREOOJr PILOT BREAD, iqiII cakes.
for gals lij BOLLESA CO.
SHUJif MPKCTKO DIRECT FROM
40.000 Extra large, nix, and 60 to 100 000
8d Size, all of the Beat quality HARD BKICK3. and
will be Sold Lw.by
t B0IXK3 A CO.
EXTRA FAMILY AND BAKERS' EXTRA
flour, received per Morraj, this day. f or Sale by
ia24 - BOLLEfl A CO.
PER B.C. MURRAY, THIS DAY.
Joa For gale by BOLLE3 A CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
JEW CROP. AND IN FINE ORDER; RE
m eeired this day per D C Murray, ior Bale by
Ji"24 - BOLLKS A CO.
California Beef in Bond !
RECEIVED PER M. BELLE ROBERTS.
For Bala by -nMl
B0Lf,E3 4- CO.
California Bed Brick l
A FEW THOUSAND OF GOOD QUALITY
receded this day per Mary Belle Roberta, and for sale by
"hll BOLLK3 & CO.
FRESH FROM THE FACTORY OF LOCI3
McHarray A Co., received per Ceylon, in utei of two
dozen each GOO Dozen in one and two poand Cans.
For sale low j anU) BOLLKS a CO.
California Lime and "White Brother!"
NO LIS II PORTLAND CEMENT. BEST
taaaiy. jror Bale by (mbll) dULLEh CO.
Blocks and Oars!
For Sale by
K0LI.E3 k CO
PER R. C. WYLIE, Direct from Europe.
O ATI BBLS. BEST ENGLISH PORT-
100 Coila beat Rpasla Hemp Rigging,
Cn.la Russia Bolt Rope,
Cmn English Pie Fruits,
Cases do. Pieklea,
Case, do. Ground Pepper,
Cases do. Mustard,
Cases do. French Peas,
Csks Table Salt, in bottles
For Pale at the Lowest Prices by
o30 B0LLE3 A CO.
ANEW LOT OF THE LAWRENCE FAC
tory an assortment of Numbers received per Ceylon,
and for sale low by (aal) B0LLES & CO.
A FEW THOUSAND OF GOOD QUAL
ITY. 1 6 x 1 0, will be sold cheap, by
wa B0LLE3 a CO..
Per Ceylon, direct from Boston!
WHALEMEN'S OARS, FROM lO FEET
to 22 feet long, of the best quality.
For sale by (auls) BOLLES A CO.
AM OFp: FOR
ND AS YOU SEE HAVE PROVIDED
. myself with one of those
-ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS !
which will stand the Baggage Smashers, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE-of M. MclNERNY
WTiere can be found any or
imwm L THE TRIE USE
.Ladies' SolU Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladles' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladles' Elegant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies Composition Saratogas,
Ladtea' Ambossed Zino Saratogas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases,
- Ladies' Russia Leather Shopping Valises,
- Ladies' Bags and Reticules in all sises,
-. Ladies' Canvas CoTered Trunks,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article much in demand, stowing neatly under the state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Gent's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Cent's Leather Trunks in all sizes;
Cent's Bound Edge Trunks,
Gent's Solid Sola Leather Valises,
Dent's Bridle Leather Vahsos,
Gent's No. 1 and 3 Boston Valises,
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Elegant Russia Leather
Gent's Shawl and Blanket Straps, Trunk Straps,
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
In fact everything in the above line ami
at Bed Hock Prices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thing for the wet weather.
Tho Neatest Style of Men's
Ever offered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
Slippers, and in fact everything in all well appointed Boot aod
Jill the above lines of Goods trill be Sold
at Prices to sxiit the Times.
Tfc-C 0 well kaowrai here sd need
mm rrev'snsBieaidattIBi. Every Pair
Corner of l'rt d Merchant Streets.
E. S. CUNHA,.. PROPRITTOR
MERCHANT STREET. HONOLULU .t
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
SB i.i -jsfm
Importers and Dealers in
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
Tongued 4 Grooved, Surlaced,
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS,
H in. x 4. US, an l 1x6, for
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 Grooved
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE !
2x12 to lCxlG;
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PUNTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, ail sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLINDS, all sizes;
White Lead & Zinc I
PAINT OILkSMALL PAINT, CHEAP,
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 Um,
Butts & Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, &c.
INT X Xi JS !
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
NOR' WEST LUMBER
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
Nor' Weat 1 inch Boards, Nor' West 1 Plank,
Nor' West 1& in. Plank; 2, 3, and 4 in. Plank,
Nor' West Tongued & Grooved Boards, 1 & 1.1
Nor' West Surfaeed, 1 in. 1J and 1.
Nor' West Scantling, all sizes;
Nor' West Timber, all sizes:
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
TPer H, W. Almy,
il CHOICE CARGO
RED W00lT LIU!
1 inch Boards 1, 1J and 2 inch,
Rongh Surfaced, 1 in. 1, 1, 2 and 3 in. of the
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,'
3i4 rests. Red Wood; 4x4 Tosts, Red Wood;
4x6 Posts, Red Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Poits,
All SIZES OF MDWOODStAmiXB
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING. CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood,
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead. Zinc Paint,
Chromo Green, Paris Green, Cbromo Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint, Varnishes.
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c, &c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER!
Z- Orders from the other Islands filled with
care anu jTispatcb.
LE ;yERS Ai DICKSON.
HE FIRE-PROOF STORP .... n ...
Street, lately occupied bs C. S. Rrtn JE
an AaJ100 R 00111 Possession given immediately. Jiii
Apply to nh4 W. C. f ARK FT. i
SATURDAY. AUG VST
This graceful tree, of which there are ciauv
species, and which is now to be eecn in almoet
every garden of the town, and on the island of
Maui in groves. Las not ceased to be the euect
of man j a wonderful story regarding its almost
miraculous virtues, so imagined. Besides being
an antidote to fever and all sort of miasm,
including rheumatism, neuralgia, sore-throat,
&c, it is .iccredited with other properties not
directly medicinal, though not less marvelous
and useful, such as being a protective, through
its deadly influence on insect life, against ants
and vermin of many kinds. It has been said
that plant blights will neitlier attack it nor trees
planted in its vicinity. Now these statements, :
though in some instances not without foundation,
are mostly oi a nature one with that sprit of
exaggeration which made three black crows"
out of an accidental black vomit."
But, where so much interest and speculation j
have teen evinced in the public mind on any
particular subject as Lave been the case with the
merits of eucalyptus, it is perhaps no more than
proper that correct data if at hand should be
published, for the benefit of those laboring under
false notions of the marvelous. As regards its
vermin-killing properties, these are entirely
false, as the ant, the plant-louse and scale, live
with impunity upon it. Its chief mcdie:nal
properties are allied to those of cinchona or
Peruvian bark, though possessing in combination
in its juices and woody fibre, other and peculiar
substances whose exact medicinal virtues are
not well kuowo ; tannin is also largely con
tained in the bark and leaves, especially in those
of the red gum or eucalyptus rostrata. Under
the name of gummi rubrum, the exudation of the
eucalyptus rostrata, may be found in " Squire's
accompaniment to the British Pharmacopoeia,"
where it is spoken of as a useful astringent in
mucous discharges, such as diarrhoea and
Though some of the species differ in slight
particulars, the eucalyptus globulus may be
taken as a type of the whole, and the following
succinct account of its therapeutic uses, and
chemical properties from a recent number of the
London Lancet, will serve to dissipate what is
vague, and impart correct information to those
who wish to know what is real in regard to this
truly wonderful plant :
" On account of its eupposed efficacy in marsh
ana other fevers, it has already gained the name
of 'Fever Tree' in Spain. Dr. Lorniser of
Vienna, reports that he employed it in the treat
ment of intermittent fever with success. Professor
Gubler nas also strongly recommended this
remedy in the Bulletin de Therapeutique as a tonic
and stimulant. It has also been used in bron
chitis, and as an antiseptic application to wounds.
" The eucalyptus has been subjected to extensive
trial in Corsica by Dr. Carlotti, and his very
favorable report has been translated into English.
From this report we learn that the whole of this
giant tree is strongly impregnated with febrifugal
properties. He has used leaves, bark, and wood,
Cigars made from the leaves of this plant have been
employed in cases where the use of antispasmodic
has been indicated, and Dr. McLean says, as the
result of his experience at Netley, that he knows
of no remedy, with the exception perhaps, of the
subcertaneous injection of morphine, so efficacious
in allaying pain, calming irritation, and procuring
sleep, in cases of chest aneurism involving
pressure on the vagus or its branches, and in
cardiac asthma, as the eucalyptus globulus.
" By a recommendation from the Minister of the
Interior, the eucalyptus was subjected by Pro
fessors Vanquelin and Leiciana. They obtained,
besides at essential oil containing encalyptol or
eucalyptcamphor, an extract resembling resin of
cinchona. This extract yielded a substance
capable of neutralizing the strong acids, and
forming crystalline salts. The sulphate crystal
lized in stars like the quinine salt ; this induced
them to try the action of chlorine and ammonia
on this substance, and the green coloration of
quinine was instantly produced. It would be
curious if quinine should be found in other trees
than the cinchonas. The oil has a lemon yellow
color, but in other respects it strongly resembles
cajeput oil. As its alkaloid and its therapeutic
uses resemble those of cinchona it has been given
in pimilar doses."
An Amusing Programme.
The following amusing programme of a per
formance said to have been given in Hamilton,
Ohio, in 1851, is re-published in the last New
York Dispatch. The principal performer, Mr.
Mullet, must have been a gentleman of exceeding
ly versatile parts. It is strange that he was not
cast in the part of the " Live Boar Constricter ; "
and also tho " Striped Algebra Stuft."
JuBt opened with 600,000 Curiosities, and per
formance in Lecture-room, among witch may be
Oxe Live Boar Constricter,
Mail and Femail.
Also, A Striped Algebra Stctt.
Beside a pare of Shuttle Cocks and one Shuttle
The Bword witch Gen. Wellington Fit with at
the battle of Waterlew,
Whom is six feet long, and wide in proportion.
With an enormus Kat tie tail snaik a regular
wopper. And the tushes of a Hippotenuse.
Together with a
Bexgall Tiger and Spotted Leprosy.
Scene Opens. Distant Moon. View of Bey of
Naples. A thin smoke rises. It is the begin
ning of the Eruction. The Napels folks begiu to
travel. Yaller fire followed by silent thunder.
Orfull consternation. Sutbin' rumbuls. It is
the Mounting preparing to vomic. They call on
the Eire Department. It's no use. Flight of
stool-pidgeons. A cloud of impcntrable smoke
hang over the fated city, and through witch Na
plcrs are seen matin' track. Awful explosion of
bulbs, kurbs, torniquets, pin-wheels, serpentiles,
and tourbiiiion spirals. Moulting Lava begins
to equeh out.
End of Part One.
The Parochial Beedle, Mr. Mullet
Live Injun on the Slack Wire.
Live Injun, ----- - - Mr. Mullet
Obligators on the Cornucopia, bt Signor
Signor Vermicelli, ------ Mr. Mullet
In the course of the evening will be an exibishun
of Exhileratin' Gass !
Upon a Laffin Highena !
Laffin Highena, ------ Mr. Mullet.
Bey of Napels 'Iuminated by Bengola lites.
The Lava Gushes down. Through the smoke is
seen the city in a state of conflagration. The
last family. 44 Whar's oui Parents ?" A red ot
stone of eleven tons weight falls on to 'em and
mashes 'em. The bear-headed father falls scent
less before the 6tatoo of the Vergin. DenumoDg.
The Hole to conclude with a
Poroligeneous Display of fire wurx. Muroon
Bulbs changing to a spiral wheel, witch changes
to the Star of our Union ; after, to butiful p'ints
of red lites ; to finish with Busting into a Bril
During the performance a Xo. of poplar Airs
will be performed on the Scotch Fiddle and bag j
pipes by a Real Highlander. j
Real Highlander ----- Mr. Mullet, j
Any boy making a muss will be injected to !
As the Bunkum Museum is Temperance, no j
; -vtQ aloud ; but any one can find the best of .
drin. - . siqqq below. Admisein' 2 cents,
hckers m the ' . P
Children on the usual terms.
Too Much Money.
l'Le financial editor of the London Times in
a recent article in commenting on certain loans
which hud been taken in that market, such sj the
Brazil. Chile and Prussian loans, says that at
U-ast i.UK),00,000, more might be taken before
that market would be relieved of the incubus of
money, which p-eople dj cot know what to do
with and which fosters dangerous epecul&tion.
London has long been the great monetary centre
of the world. When a good authority notes the
fact that there are more than five hundred million
dollars in excess of the demand, or of any good
opportunity to invest, we get a better idea of the
vast monetary resource that are to be found in
that city. It has been said that any article which
has value will sell in London. There is a market
there for everything. The wants of the world are
known there, and there also most the supplies
be gathered. Net only will every article which
has value cotamasd a sale, bnt every good secur
ity will command a loan. The borrowers of the
world go to London for money. They don't all
get money, because all securities are sharply
ocrutinized. Just now the Sultan of Turkey
could not borrow money in that market, because
he is in arrears for interest on loans already
made. So of Peru, and notably so of defaulting
railroad companies. Of course when there is a
plethora of money, somt of it finds its way into
doubtful enterprises, like the Emma mine, espec
ially if an ambseador can be found to act as the
figurehead of the concern. Bat English capital
ists are cautious, conservative, and even with the
pbthnra of money, have no relish for wild-cat
The Chinese Immigration. During the past
three years 53,340 Chinamen arrived in California,
and 21,083 returned to their country, leaving
here 32,258. The number arriving last year was
An Arkansas professor says that for S 10,000 he
will drive the Indians Ottt of the Black Hills in two
weeks with balloons and sharpshooters. A Sioux
once saw a small balloon at a circus in St. Paul,
and he fell back and died.
A man was ejected from a train on the Pacific
coast recently because he insisted that silver trade
dollars were legal tender for bis fare. A suit for
$ 3,000 damages will settle the question at issue
The inhabitants of the small towns in California
are so choice in their currency ideas that they refuse
to work for the silver trade dollar. They barrel
them up and send them back to San Francisco.
The superiority of the white man over the "cheap
Chinee" has at last been fully vindicated in San
Francisco, by an ordinance declaring that all priso
ners, shall have their hair cut within an inch of their
scalps. If there is any more contemptible way of per
secuting the Chinese, the San Francisco Supervisors
may he confidently relied on to find it out and to
engraft it on our American system, of justice.
The Ministry of Books. Books are a guide
in youth and an entertainment for old age. Tbey
support us under solitude, and keep us from be
coming a burden to ourselves. They help us to
forget the grossness of men and things, compose
our cares and passions, and lay our disappoint
ments asleep. When we are weary of the living,
we may repair to the dead, who have nothing of
peevishness, prido, or design in their conversation.
The Stars. When I gaze into the stars they
look down upon me with pity from their serene
and silent spaces, like eyes glistening with tears
over the little man. Thousand of generations all
as noisy as our own, have been swallowed up by
time, and there remains no record of them any
more. Yet Arcturus and Orion, Sirius and
Pleiades, are still shining in their bright courses,
clear and young as when the shepherd first noted
them in the plain of Shinar. Thomas Carlyle.
" Perpetual Motion "Cheap. The following
advertisement recently appeared in the London
Times ; " Perpetual Motion. No mechanism of
any sort ; extremely simple. Any light machin
ery can be kept in perpetual motion. 150 re
quired, for which share will be given, which will
realize a fortune. Upon reference being fur
nished a section of model will be shown, and
every information given." The English Me
chanic, after quoting the advertisement, remarks:
" We have no doubt that the invention is ex
tremely simple, but not eo simple as any one who
will give 150 for it."
Proposed World Convention. At the annual
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce at New
York, Samuel B. Buggies, from the Special Com
mittee on Currency, reported, that in view of the
great deterioration in the value of silver, it hav
ing been reduced in market price fully twelve per
cent within twelve years, in consequence of the
recent heavy production of the metal, that the
Chamber of Commerce reccommend Congress to
call a Convention of representatives of the world,
to regulate the monetary value of silver coin by
increasing its weight. The report was adop
ted. Milk for Babes. The following bits of scien
tific intelligence are not from the " Primer of
Chemistry," but from the " Beriehte derDeutsc
hen Chcmischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin : " Ac
cording to P. Ebell, when benzoylnaphtylamide
is treated with nitric acid, two isomeric mononi
trobcnzcylnaphtylamideg are formed. By the
action of hydrogen upon these bodies different
products are obtained. One yields monoamidob
cnzonaphtylamide, the other anbydrobendozodia
midonaphtaiene. F. Meinecke finds that when
bromine is allowed to act on benzaanilide, mono
brombenzanilide is produced; and that the latter
when treated with fuming nitric acid yields mo
nobrommononitrobcnzanilide and also bromdini
trobenzanilide. Mr Moody's Mean3 of Support. The New
York Tribune says: Mr. Moody has not sufficient
means to bear the expence of traveling or to sup
port his family and himself while giving bis
whole time to preaching. For this reason bo has
been compelled to accept th" free offerings of such
friends as choose to give him pecuniary assistance
and desire and expect nothing in return but that
he should continue in bis work. A great part of
these gift comes to him enclosed in anonymous
letters, thus compelling acceptance. During bis
stay in New York all his letters, except those
from his own family, have been opened by the
persons who entertain him as their guest. Mr.
Moody 6tates that during his stay in New York
he has received about $300 in this way, and that
all he has ever received from friends has only
placed him in btrely comfortable circumstances.
Said he to the reporter: "I have all the money I
want, if it isn't very much. I have just bought
a little place t make a home for my wife and
children; it cost me $3,500 and I have been put
ting in some lepairs which will cost about as
much more; and I don't think I am ashamed to
look any man iu the face and tell him about it."
There is a nan who is anxious to da some
thing for posteiity, and who, like the young gen
tleman who wis jilted in " Locksley Hall," has
"dipt into the future, as far as human eye can
see." "A liberal-minded Englishman, " eays the
Neio York World, " who seems to apprehend an
imminent cataclysm, has sent to the Arctic seas
15,000 tight-ccrked bottles, each containing a his
tory of the world according to the Mosaic records,
from the Creation to the second primacy of Mr.
Disraeli. Thy are to be imbedded in separate
parcels in the ice, to the end that if all the exist
ing inscriptions and memorials of the world fail,
a remote posbrity between whom and ourselves
the Englishmin doubtless conjectures that a new
being is to ro I, shall have an added chance of
recovering anl perusing the antique legends of the
world on which they live. This is a very clever no
tion indeed, for in an infinitely remote period
these flasks, cow shut in the fastnesses of the
polar ice, will, unless the walruses pull the corks
on suspicion of schnapps, be carried by the ocean
currents to every border of the globe, and it will
fare ill if, among some of the races of mankind
then existing, there be not found a Max Muller,
or a Champollion, or a Rawlinson to decipher
their contents, and translate into their own char
acters our archaic Saxon text."
1ST RECEIVED PER K A MOI, Alf
HEIDSIECK & CO.' S
Crand Vin Royal,
In Quart anil Pint". For Sale at Agents' rates by
H. HACKFELD k Co.,
Aol Agents for Mers. Heldsieck ft Co.,
R PAINT !
Maiafartsresl k) tkt Patifr Rabktr Pal at (pity
f Sa I raarl.
BEST PAINT IK THE WORLD
rimis paint is pct t p in carter.
JL os sad fire rUoa tics, sLo ia fire galton paas in A bar
rets. It ia prrp.ml ia par ssow srhltr, rc ttark, sad all
cakes, eocDprisia as Bomber ot i.Srmt shades.
Is Ready for Immediate Use !
beioc a ares. ailraaucr, as it cu be sted by any ooe.
rte Bubber Paint h naaOcted bjr cbsoce of trmperatarc, is
imperrioux to muter, is adapted to aU rts.ses of srork, aod 1
EVERY WAY A BETTER PAINT
fur either ouUide or to tide srork. than any otlyr paint koosto,
and will !at at Ir&st twice as toef.
Far W araa. lerlraltaral IaspltBtsU, UatJia4
Vrvls, it ka i:.aal.
The. Rubber Paint dries srtth a (!' equal to raraiah. sad
at the some time so adhesive and elastic that it still ant crark
or peel off, sod is therefore admirably adapted It house paint
lag in this climate.
Ia addition to the abore.
It it the cheapest paint ever Imported here
Sample Cards of different shades to he seen at the Office of
the Afent. For Sale in Quantities to Salt Purchasers.
ZT Orders from tho other Islands soikited, especially from
tho wha intud repainting their dsreUiof.
W. C. IRWIN & Co.,
jylSSm Stole Agents tor the Hawaiian Is.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
THE FOLLOW fSO
1W GOODS EX KA II !
piNK PADS, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE
GROUND PRINTS, MUSLINS,
Horrocks' Long Cloth, A 32 in. A 30 in. B
and II 36 in.
Turkey Red, Brown Cotton and Drill,
Blue Cotton Drill, Ticking, Hickory Stripes,
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 Silesias,
Black Lasting, Flax Padding,
Cotton and Linen Thread, white, black and
brown, assorted numbers,
White & Brown Cotton Turkish Towels, &c,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, white and
Tohla. Cloths, Men's Socks, . ..
Ladies' Stockings, assorted;
White and Brown Cotton Undershirts, and
Water-proof and Flannel Shirts,
Black Lace Shawls, Silk Umbrellas,
Plaids, Ponchos, Monkey Jackets,
' Flannel Sacs and Pants,
Buckskin and Cloth Sacs and Pant,
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 Goods Garters, Suspenders, Girdles,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bits, and Spurn,
French and German Calfckin,
India Rubber Balls, Feather Dusters,
Blank Books, Bloc Notes,
Genuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Brooches, ic,
Harmonicas, Massa Pipes,
London and Meerschaum Pipes,
GENUINE EAU DE COLOGNE,
Lubin's Extracts, Soaps, Tooth Brushes,
Dressing Combs, Needles,
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Charcoal Irons,
Washing Tube, Galv. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
French, English and German Grocerie. !
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, &c., &c.
Wax Tapers, Camphor, 8afety Matches,
ZP -A- I N T 8 :-
White Zinc, White Lead, Green & Black Paints,
Berlin Blue, Ilabbuck's Paint Oil.
Johannisberger, Liebfrauenmilch, Claret,
Champagne, Ileidsieck's, kc.
Sparkling flock, quarts and pints.
Key Brand, St, Paul's, Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale & Porter, Bavarian Beer, qta St pts
Cognac Brandy, Gin, &c, Alcohol in Demijohns.
CIGARS HAVANA AND GERMAN.
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg Biveta,
Galvanized Iron Pipe; in. in. 1 in. 1 4 in.
Babbitts Metal, Hoop Iron, , , If
Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and G.
Wrapping Paper, Horse Rope, white;
Corks, Moulding, Looking Glasses Sl Chromos,
Tumblers, Water Monkeys, Gambier and Catch,
Demijohns, 1, 1, 8 and 5 galls., Market Baskets,
Birch Brooms, Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Slates, Barrels and Casks, Sec. Lc.
4Sa? made to arrive. Orders from tht othrr islands
executed on arrival.
SAMPLES NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION,
FEME tlillE ! !
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Galvanised Corrugated ELooHnQ
IILBBLCKV Pl'HK WII1TK ZINC A M I.KAIt. IHUIlt CK' DRST FALK
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A FINE ASST. OF SHELF PAINTS, ALL COLORS!
TI RPENTIXE, VARNISHES. I'AINT URISIIE A FINE LOT OF IH IL.I
ERS HARDWARE. A GOOD STOCK OV AGRICULTURAL
Will be Sold at RECIPROCITY PRICES!!
HEW G-OOI2S, BIBW tBOOEDD !
Ex Vnsco 1c Oaitia, City of niclboitmc, D. C
Murray, and Syren, by
rIIB FINEST ASSORTMENT OKIMtl.NTN IK THE MARKET. FI.AI COLORS
IL light aod dark aod robe; a few puce of Fancy Trimming- lYInla, W bit Marfapolaaia, MM I'-ottaa tbtta;.
100 in j Chrsp Cobleaehrd Ccttno, fins Bleached Cotton, Hirudin's A A II Ana and lnUias I' oMrarbsd Cntlnn,
A snperior assortment of Waterproofs, all srnol and cotton
CSrOXxtlOTTi oxx'a Wear!
FINEST BLACK UROADCLOTII AND DOESKINS. ALL WOOL TWEEDS, WltlTK
AND BUFF LINEN DUCK, FINE WHITE MOLESKIN, FINEST WHITE
MARSEILLES VESTING, LINEN
ALSO RECEIVED ranrT Wool Orersbirts, Cotton Undershirts, Orrjr Wool Flannel, fins and Hsdlua "wart riaaBsta
ATew Pieces Nos. fi, 0 and 13 SKV BLL'S OEOS GRAIN BIBBONH, VI AT ClIlAPi Bussla Man and Crash.
All Llnra Napkins. Java Cansas, Mosquito Mrttiof, Bias rianoel. A few FINK 1ILACK LAMA LACK
SH A WLS.Tabla Damask, Blllclaa, VsU Baregs. Black Ualr Cloth, Buo, TbrtraJ. Ac. . ,
ALSO Spear A Jackson's Celebrated Asaortsd Kites, t, half round, sonar aud aner BaaUrt Cut, Ed Cut kod
Smooth, assorted sises. BOIXJKR A HONS CKLKBEaTED CUTLKUT fcclsaors, Furket knls. BuUber and Table
Knires, a few sets of their best BIWer Plated RctMorsi Bridle Buckles, S. S-4, 1- and 1 In.-h tinned t vrt Vest aad
Shirt Buttons, best qualities. Fish and Cod Uoes la variety. Bleached and I'nMearbed, Pant Back lea, Sou Ladles,
Carry and Mane Combs, Pereasslon Caps, 4. C 8, 10 B Shot, Pine Turkey and Bath anonse, Chaawits fckl. Tea
Kettles, 2 and a quarts) Galvanised Wash Ba.ina, Galvanised Tubs, 12 to 2" In. bent T lllnfa, to In Milward
Needles. BENT ANNEALED AND TAKKKD . ft FKfCINU WIRE. Ilabbtsek's 4
Boiled and Baw Linseed Oil, 11 ubbock'a While Zlne and Lead, Assorted Paints In Oil, Lest Oruand Uinrr, Pepper,
Cream Tartar, Pore White Castile Soap, Sardines, French Yellow, Yellow Oobre, Whiting aod Chalk, Oa Bows, 1 S-4
and 2 Inch? Ox Yokes 4. and . Paris Plows, Barfe a snd SO Plows. Ktlra Points, Harrows, Cultivators and Horse
Hoes, DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL DIRECT PHOM DOWMKH COMPANY, Devot's Kerosene
Oil, good and cheap.
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Also on Hand, A General Assortment of Agricultural Implements I "
A FEW DOZEN WARD V PAYNE'S CELEBRATED Ns. 3S SHEEP SHEARS, THE
BEST QUALITY MAPS
The above with many other articles to i fnuad ai WffwT
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FROM BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO AND EUROPE.
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Comprising; the following Stylow and Sizow:
PARIS PLOWS, Itfo. G.
EAGLE PLOWS, Not. 20, 2, 2 B, 0, A.
M0LINE 8TEEL PLOWS. Not. 6, 7, 7 1-2, 8, 8 1-2, and 4.
m a m . I I il f a S r . Ml.. . .
Ames bieei riows, no. auu. Ames ieei tuiuvaiors.
M0LINE " WESTERN" CULTIVAT0ES for Two Hortei. K0E8E II0E8.
PLANTATION & GARDEN TOOLS, of ALL KINDS I
A FCLL ASSORTMENT.
BIJII,IKR'S IfARDWAIt K MI) TOOL S !
Ship Carpenter's and Cooper's Tools,
Painter's Materials and Brushes,
Paints, Oils, Tnrpentine and Varnishes.
OF ALL SIZES AND THE REST (llALITV.
AXE. PICK AM HOE HANDLES.
THE BEST HCALITV AND NEWEST PATTERNS.
CALIFORNIA LEATHER by almost Every Arrival I
COMPRISING HARNESS, BRIDLK, SADDLE AND HOLK LEATUKR. ALAO, PUMP, GOAT. KIP
AND COLORED LINING PKINS; AND FROM Et'ROPE DIRECT TflS
BEST FRENCH WAXED CALFSKINS?
SOO EXIJECTJEI FKOill IIOSTOX DIRECT,
CARD MATCHES. KEROSENE.
CHARCOAL IRONS, AXES. HATCHETS, sVr. Vr.
Orders for Plantation. Country Stores, or Customers upon otlier lalandu, fur alt flood In our
line, will be filled with care and rromf.tnciw.
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By DILLINGHAM Sl CO.
01 JL 91 Kl Itr!, IIsMaslalts.
and wool Mae, grey and (olden,
PANT JiTI'FFS. BROWN LINEN
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PRICES, a ' ( ; H(M
CASTLE & COOKG'O.
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E. O. HALL & SON,
rirs-ProofJD J-k "tore, corner Kin and fort "tre.