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CONSTANTLY ON HANOI,
A GENERAL ASSORTMT OF
SHIP illAXniERV k SHIP STORES.
f or Snlr lj
BO I.LEN C O.
FRESH CALIFORNIA LIMP.
!tOO 'ilK,R ''s RECnVEI) PER TI1K
w M.vry H-lie Hobrt and P C Miiirav.
ir t:e ljr
CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
and f-.r SW tr
Til F. M. B. ROBERTS
(nl9 RfM.r: C-.
FRESH SALMON I
t 1 AD 2 LR.CA r n rff . -ner cr
AWO, V'JLL MBIA FtlTEIl RALMOX !i
for fci l,y , . COi.LES & C'.
r Fruit Prepared by the Alden Process !
PEARS, OP DIFFERENT VARIETIES
Picm, r.,vC. . Ftrfry
. arl'5 ' r.oi.r.r.4 & ro.
SMALL CHAINS !
SIZES FROM 1-Ofol.? I NCII. in t I A X
TlriK3 t-n:t. Reeired pr Clef.." For ke by
ROI EES 4 CO.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
SALMON BELLIES !
IN" BARRRLS AND HALF BARRELS.
JUr'ir"1 pr Falkinbarg, 14 dy from Portland. "
CASES OREGON PILOT BHKAI,ibIIm!;m.
for fills hy B0If.FaCO
CJHORTLT EXPECTED DIRECT FROM
40.004 Extra Urgo aize, and 60 to 100,000
21 ?;r, all of the B-t quality HARD EKICK?,
will br Sola Lov, h?
BOM F? it
Flnnr, reived prr Murray, this day.
for S.-il- hy
I:(M.rs A- ro
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
VEW CROP, AD IX FIXE ORDER)
i. ri-iT-ii tiii rtay rsr u ; :.iurny
I'nr Sal? by
BOM.K? ft CO.
California Red Brick '
FEW TIIOt'SAJtD OF GOOD Q.FAL.ITV
frvlv4 ihU lay pr Miry Bcllo Rohrf, and lor ale by
McMnmr recrirrd nrr Crylon. in cav of two
il'7-ri each iOO llmwm In on? and to ponnd I'nm.
Foralow y (.mil? BOI.I.K3 4-CO.
California Lime and.
VUMIl PORTIiAVD CEMENT, BEST
g.nliry. Fur Sale by (ml. 11; Bol.I.E ft f'O.
BlGcks and Oars!
For Hal" by
BOI.f.E? ft TO
NEW LOT OF THE LAWRENCE FAC-lnry-an
vrtm'nt of Nnmbera rrre'ivnX pr Cpylnn,
n! for ! low by
KOU.fH ft rr.
CHINESE TILES !
FEW THOUSAND OF CJOOD 0,1'AI
ITV. 1 1 G. will br oM rbrnp, by
BOI.f.K.? t CO.
1BO.M T io2,300lb.
-BOI.I.E? A CO.
rMi, " ani ir rav' ry
a ri p
PHIX-ADEPHIJi I I
4 ND Affarl'OCr SKSi JIAvr: PROVIDED
U.M. nj' H Wi'h nn of th"SP
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS !
wht.-h w;il Mand the Baggage PmasVrt, an1 whirh nr?only
to be ha.t at ih
STORE of M, MclNERNY
Whf.re ffin he found any or
mmnm the trck lie
Among which a rv
f .vli' SoM So!e Leather Trunk, rireted cJges ,
r.vlies, S-ilict Bri'll Leathrr Trnnks. riveted eJgis;
l artln BoIkI leather Trank, sewed Igea;
Ladlea' Elegant Leather Corered Saratop-iJ.
Idiea' Composition Saratotraa,
Ladle' limboraed Zinc Ssrat p rx3.
l.a.lieV Elegant Trarelllnx Dreasin; Cae,
I..Ji- Kuaia Leather Shopping Valines,
- L.iliea' Bag and KelU-ules in all iie.
Ladies' Caovas Covered Trank.
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS ! j
An article much in demanl, 'lowing neally under th? rtnte
Snlid Pole Leather Tronkis rirete.1 edges;
0-nt' Solid Bridle Leather Trunk, riroted s
O-nt'x Leather Trnnks in all ire;
Uent'a Bound Mr Tmnk.
J.T.i'i Solil Sola LcatW Valiaci,
Oent's Bridle Leather Vali,
Omt's So. 1 and 2 Boston Valise,
Oent Patent Corner Valiei,
Gent s Klesutt Unssia Iatl.or
flent' Phawl and Blanket Slrapa, Trunk Straps,
Tarlt and Trarelrr's Fair and Vali.o.
"J ,"' era'ifthhiff iri the ahore Voc oral
ot Jial Rock Pi'iccs.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AV ELEG.t NT LIN E OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Amoner which are tho
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Jut th" thinjj tir the wH weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
ver offered hre. Amonjf which are tho celebrate Everett
flipper, and in fnt ererjrthing in all well appointed Boot ard
Alt thr above line of (YoO'fo if ill lf Shl
at Prices to su!t the Tinic.
fbrar Goad are well kuawu Itrrr and
no rrrommradalUa. F.rerr Pair
t'OTD?r of Fort and Merchant Street.
Jl ST RECEIVED PER K A MOI, ASf
HEIDSIECK & CO.'S
Crand Vin Royal,
In Qaarts and Pint. For Sal at Agents' rates by
n. IIACKFELD ft Co ,
Sole Agents foMe?ir. IleiJ'ieck 4 Co ,
- ap29 Bheios.
Importers and Dealers in
BUHIIIK MATERIALS !
i NOR' WEST SCANTLING , I
r.-.nSucd k Grooved, Snriheed. i
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS,
li !n i. l tr.. JC f.-.r
Scantling, Boards, Plank.
Battens 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2.
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
'I'ongupd and CJroevcd
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE!
CLEAR NOR WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLINDS, all sizes;
White Lead Zinc !
PAINT OIL & SMALL PA I NT. CHEAP.
Putty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 aud 3.
Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAINT,
For Plantation or any Other Fse,
Butts & Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, &c.
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
NOR' YEST LUMBER
LEWERS AND DIGKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
West 1 inch Hoards, Nor" West li riant,
West 14 in. flank: 2, 3, and 4 in. riank
Wcst Tongued & Grooved Hoards.
1 A 1 1
Nor' West Surfaced, 1 in. 1 j and 1 J.
Nor" Wesl Scantling, all sizes;
Nor West Timber, all sizes;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES
T?cv II. W. .liriy,
ji CHOICE CARGO
lil II WOOD I Mllll ll !
1 inch Boards li, 1J ana 2 inch,
Rough Surfaced, 1 in. 1, 1. 2 and 3 in. of the
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
; 3 I Tests. Red Wood; 1x1 rost". Red Wood;
! ' 4x6 Posts, Red Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Fplit Tost,
AILS1ZES OF REIlWOOnStAMLIXG
i Rough and Clear,
j KUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
i Tongue and Grooved Hoards. Red Wood;
i Tongue and Grooved Hoard. Red Wood, 1J;
I Doors, Windows and Blinds,
ALL SIZES ;
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, While Lead, Zinc Taint,
Chromo Green, Tarts Green, Chroma Yellow,
Red Lead. Black Taint, Yarnishe?.
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Pull Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c., &c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER I
JZS Orders from the other Inlands tilled with
care and dispatch.
LEWERS Si DICKSON.
I nPHE FIRE PROOF STORE en Qnera
I I. Street, lately occupied by C. S. Bartow Esa., as an
an Auction Room. PngeIon Eiren Immediately. ,
! Apply t mh W, C. I'AftKK,
SATl lUtAY. SEPT..
The Physiological Etfects of the Water
Vine mtere6tinj4 esreriincute Lave teen iuade
in France by M. P.i pill n, with a view to test
the action of certain phosphate administered in
distilled water, on th hony structure of various
animal. These w.r- virtually experiments en
Artificial drinLinrr--fi.:ers. and they prove that
T niTnoral matter in dilate solution i capable of be
' ing assimilated by the body, th structure of
f ' which my thr.s be aaterhlly ntodifed. . Indi-
-relj tJiat thc effect cf altering the
, ckemWI composition of the water .supply of "a
rommniiitr mr into onestions offfreat lraror-
bones is affected by t!ie quality cf the
in ot onr
drink. If the -.rater contains lime, that pubtance
j will be taken up and will appear as phosphate of
limf in h : if it contains strontia or mag-
nist-,-thepe will arrcar as phophatesof pfrontia
nr magnesia. If the water is deficient in mineral
matter, there will be a corresponding deficiency
I in the constitution of the bone?. It is paid that
! ench instances liavc rccurcd in Holland, in di
trict where the inhabitants can obtain only rain
water for drinking purposes. This fact, prob
' ably combined with an absence of lime in their
' food, occasions a softening and distortion of the
I bones of th body. Uy varying a water supply
' it might be possible t alter the physical organ
' izntion of a population ; and in future ages, from
the examination of the bones of bygone geneia
I tions, the character of the water they were in
; tlic habit of drinking might perhaps be deduced.
: Much attention has of late been directed to
organic impurities in drinking-water, but tlKe
of an inorganic nature have been almost over
looked, although, ht was pointed out in a paper
read by Mr. W. J. Cooper at the last meeting of
the Jirit ish Association, serious mischief has in
many instances resulted from the incautious use
of deep spring water?. At Ilendon, England,
an Artesian well was bored to surrlv water for
j some valuable horses whieh were being reared j
there. The water was bright-looking, pleasant
! to the taste, and quite free from any organic im
1 purify ; the foals, however, that drank it eoon
died, ami the whole stud were seriously afieeted
with diarrhoea. Professor ay, one of the
Royal Commissioners of Water Supply, analyzed
the water, and it was found to eontain sulphates
of magnesia and sod.i in considerable quantity.
On discontinuing the use of the water the disease
was arrested. A similar case oceured at Rugby,
but in that instance human beings were the
I sufferers. The water from an Artesian well
free from organic impurity was hailed with satis
j faction on that account ; the community, how
i ever, were attacked with diarrhoea caused by the
! sulphate of mangnesia, or Epsom salts, in the
i water, and the supply had to be discontinued,
as there is no known metnoa oi treeing water
from sulphates. In the paper to whieh we have
referred above, Mr. Cooper remarks :
" The opinions of some leading authorities on
water supply have undergone considerable mod
ification recently. A few years ago Dr. Frank
land returned all solid matters in water as im
purities, in the analyses he made. I was there
fore much surprised to hear him recommend as a
supply to a district containing 14,000 inhabitants
a water proved by analysis to contain 12 grains
of anhydrouB Bulphatc of magnesia per gallon,
equal to 25 grains per gallon of Epsom salts.
This evidence was given last session before a com
mittee of the House of Commons- Dr. Frank
land stated that it was absurd to say that a water
containing such a quantity of Epsom salts could
be objectionable from a dietetic point of view.
Fortunately for tho health of the people the par
liamentary committee refused to allow the dis
trict to be supplied with the Epsom salt solution.
The water of St. Ann's Well, at Buxton, the
slightly purgative quality of which is considered
as one of its merits, contains an amount of mag
nesia equal to 13 grains of Epsom salts per gal
Ion. J.t is known that goitre and other throat
and glandular affections, and even idiocy, have
hrfn nttritiutoa o inorganic snU in drinking
water. We know that the human system is
easily deranged by a change in the drinking
water. The spa and chalybeate waters at the
favorite places of resort have been renowned
for ages for their medicinal virtues. If the entire
organic structures of the human body are liable
to alteration when excess of mineral matter is in
troduced into the eystsm, it is essential that
healthscekers at these medicinal Fprings should
place themselves under medical supervision.
And one of the first considerations in the inaugu
ration of a water eupply should be to insure a
perfect freedom from excess of any mineral except
those comparatively harmless ingredients, chloride
of sodium and carbonate of lime."
In the discussion which followed the reading
Qf this paper, , several leading sanitary officers
give the results of their experience, which was
almost unanimously in accordance with the views
presented. It appeared to be tho general opin
ion that the importance of the subject had not
been justly appreciated. It is not enough that
water should bo frecirom organic impurities ; it
must also be free from any mineral contamination
that would in course of time net injuriously on
those who constantly use it.
The Towers of Silence.
The Towers of Silence lie at the end ol the
Parsce's earthly pilgrimage. When a Tarsec
dies, his body is exposed in one of these singular
Htructure8, that the docayiog particles may be
dissipated as quickly as possible, and " in such n
way," says one of themselves "that neither
Mother Earth nor the beings she supports shall
be contaminated in the slightest degree."
The Parsees, as most readers are doubtless
aware, are descendants of the ancient Persians,
who were expelled from Persia by the Moham
medan conquerors, and who first settled at Surat
about 1100 years ago. According to the last
census they do not number more than 70,000
souls, of whom 50,000 arc found in the city of
Bombay, the rest being scattered throughout
different parts of India, bnt chiefly residing in
Guzerat and the Bombay Presidency. They arc
a small but most important and influential body
ol men noted ior their energy, enterprise, and
opulence. The most curious ieature of their re
ligion 13 its apparent worship of fire and the
other elements, regarded by them as visible re
presentations of the Deity. ,
Nothing similar to their funeral rites exists
among other nations. -The Towers of Silence !
stand in a garden on the highest point of Mala-
bar Hill, in the neighrxrhood of Bombay. It is ;
a beautiful spot, a place of silence and peaceful !
reel, xuere arc iie iwwas iu ait. a .i.xiu
structure stands apart ; it is square in shape not
round like the others and is enly used for mem
bers of the community who have suffered death
for heinous crimes. On the parapet ol each j
tower usually sit a troop of vultures, lazy and ;
motionless, unless when a funeral is seen ap-
proaching then they show signs of great excite- j
After a luncral, after the recital ol prayers and j
some other ceremonies, the corpse is placed in the j
interior of the tower chosep, and abandoned to j
the destructive agencies of nature and the insatia- i
ble birds. At the end of a fortnight, or at most j
four weeks, the corp8clearers who form a dis- j
tmct class among the Parsees, and live apart from j
the rest of tho community return, and with im- j
plements resembling tongs, place the dry skeleton j
in a well in the centre of the building. Rieh '
and poor all lie together. " In these five towers," j
says tha Secretary of the Parsee Punchaysl, "rest j
the bones of all the Parsees that haveliived in f
Bombay for the last two hundred years. We
form a united body in life, and we are united in
t ii as:
A Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco !
- FOR SALK
JilS AT THE W'P rORNKR.
The War-ships of the Great Power?.
A- public j iiii -a i Much ti.r.-rsiU u.t the
4tHtit time with the ominous affaire of Euiepe,
in wiii.L it would appear tlat England, is t
p'.iy .-.a important part, we have cndeavcKirvl,
In i-i t! c l.utt rtatutical returns, t. fiiri.'h i iir
tCiiJt-rs with the r.umrical strength t f ti c lirit
iah navy, and other particular that may jrovt
of interest. The EoIich u&y C"iiMts tsow it'
about seventy ironclad., tf which the f.dbwir.g
arc the most forruilabiC: The AcLilL--, 2'i gun;
Agiucourt, 25 guns ; Devastation, 4 guns ; Fury
I guns ; Inflexible, 4 guns ; Minotaur. 20 guns";
Monarch. 7 guns; Northumberlacd, 23 guns;
Sultan. 12 gns ; Superb, 12 guns; Thunderer,
i guns; and Warrior, ,32 guns. Tbeso TwL,
toz"tljer witk others, conetitutinir the navv, are
divided into seven classes via., four mastlcss tur- ;
ret ships, two rates; nice turret ships for coastal j
defence, five fall-rigged ship fix cruisisg, ten i
s.'wnd-ratc stirs for CTaisicjr, seventeen third-
I class rigged ships for cruising, and eleven ircc- i
' clads for crubing. The grand total of navy ships j
i is about including surveying steamers, ;
I troopshifs; S.e. By the latest advices we learn1
I that the fleet sent t" the Medite'i .mean consist !
i of ton vessels, nndr the command of th Duke
'. of Edinburgh. As compared with England,
France possesses altogether aVut 420 war ves
! el, vis., C2 ironclads, 204 sorew steamer, the-!
' remainder being paddle boats, sailing vessels. e.
: The moft formidable French wnr ships are the
; Magenta. 10 gun ; Solferino, 52 guns ; Cou
, r;.ine, 10 guns ; Invincible, 32 guns; and the
; cupula !-hip T?areau, 1 gun. The most formidi- j
! ble rc--ds of the German navy are the Kaiser, 9 '
; guns , Deutckland, 0 guns ; Konig Wllhelm, 23 !
! guns. Cermny has eleven ironclads, besides n
j lare number of other vessels. At the end of
i 1S73 the Russian fleet numbered 202 vessels, but
. ever since that date additions have continually
! been made. Ihe first vessel of the Russian iron- ;
j clad navy is the mastless turret ship Peter th :
; Great, which was built at Kronstadt in 1S74. ;
She is larger than the Devastation (British,) and i
has an armament of four 35-ton guns, manofae- ;
tured of Krupp steel. Russia has about 20 other
' ironclads. The Turkish fleet consists of 22 iron- :
! clad ships, 7 frigates, 8 corvettes, and 5 gunboats, ,
j and about 75 ships of the line. Austria has n '
navy of about .57 vessels, carrying 87 light and j
about 310 heavy guns. The American navycom
1 prists about 50 ironclads, CO or 70 othr Rfenm
i er. beides sailing ships.
Catholics and Bitnalists.
You may have noted in the late correspondence !
i between Lord Nelson and Father Bowden, if it !
1 has been noticed in America, the scorn or even 1
! hatred which the Catholic manifests towards ritu- :
! alim. That feeling daily grows 'in intensity. '
That Catholics feels that the ritualist is counter- j
i feiting his best coins, stealing his thunder, and I
: to some extent standing in the way of his success.
And this is perfectly true. If the spirit of the .
recent laws putting down ritualism should be car- :
ricd out, the English Church would be reduced :
to a place for a "mere evangelical sermonizing, ;
hardly more attractive than some nonconformist ;
conventicles. In that case there are thousands '
of people here who love symbols and forms, and
mystical lamps and candles, people who have in- i
herited tho feeling that theso pretty and antique
things are religion, and they arc only kept from
seeking them in the Roman Catholic Church by j
the extent to which their tastes have been hither
to satisfied in the ritualistic national Churches.
For this reason tho Roman Catholic Church re- '.
joices in every judicial decision which tend9 to
give them a monopoly of what charm may lay in
candles, incense ind costumes.
On the other land, the ritualists appear resolv- '
ed not to givo up, without a tremendous struggle,
their right to be Anglican, and to have confes- ,
sionals, candles and tilings, too. On the evening
of July 13th, a very large conference of lay )
churchmen, fronwhich both tho clergymen and :
ladies were rigorously excluded, occurred here on
this matter. ILre, also, it is stated, military '
men, among them Captain Fortesque and Major
Nutt, were prominent, and the meeting unani
mously declared the Public Worship Regulation
Act an Act to rnt down ritualism an infringe
ment of their Liberty. They urged the bishops
to refuse the concurrence necessary to any pro
ceedings under it, and they pledged themselves to
al.i any clergymen prosecuted under that act of
the court, " intsmuch as the 6aid court is a sccu
lar court attenpting to exercise spiritual au-
thority." These gentlemen rccognis the supremo j
power of the temporal authority, so far as it is
expressed on priestly subsidies and protecting cn- :
dowments, but when dutic3 are demanded ns the
condition of services rendered, then they protest
against secular anthority. M. D. Conway's
London istter la the Cincinnati Commercial. i
Just Rec!d per Alden Besse, -FromHOWCr
X) i i" e ct !
Manila Rope, in small size;
No. 2 Genuine Manila Cigars,
White and Colored Matting,
Choice Japan and Oolong Tea,
White and Colored Rattan Chairs.
Preserved Ginger and Mixed Fruits,
Ivory, Sandal Wood, Lacquered and Tor
toise Shell Wai-es,
Ivory. Sandal Wood, Silk, Feather and
Tortoise Shell Fans,
Silk Sashes, Silk Handkerchiefs, re l & white;
Fine Jewelry, such as Tiger's Claw, Crys
tal. Tortoise Shell, Amber, white & red;
Carnelian, Pearl, Bracelets, Earrings and
Silverware, Tortoise Shells, Lady's Combs,
China Lanterns, j
CHINESE CURIOSITIES, &c. !
FOR SI,R BY
AFONC & ACHUCK,
IS Nuu.-itm Street, Honolulu.
j A Ven aud Oritdaal Combination for Slf (nMrnff
I I'm In Penmanship.
Ajrenl for the Hawaiian IMandj.
TISITOKS IT IIILO. IVO PARTIES EX
!1'UTE FOR TI1K VOLCANO, can find
BOARO AND LODGING
AT RElSnxART.K RATE?, the aVive establishment.
HORSES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At short nniire, sn.l nil arran,?cm',n's ms l frr the trip to uV"
moantaln. ly) C. K. TJAPAI.
RUBBER PAINT i
Mnaailmed S the I'jriat KeVferr I'aial (repii)
BEST PAINT IN THE WORLD
PAINT li ri'T l P IX I AK.KK.
cac .M v K.Vlon tiza. ai Ir. trr. rA'.im " 8" 1 1 -r-ri.
It U rrT!lr'1 !ri rcr ' Mt". J t t'ii;, -1
Is Ready - for Immediate Use !
tir a iiTi'zt a iviotacc. aa it csn I u.-.l I y r j f
Ti. ButtN-r Pain! i onS-exel tjr rhn;e -f l-fni-ratar-. i
irrvinn in at-r. is ailrf' a;l fV"a cf w,ik, -.! I
EVERY WAY A BETTER PAINT
t ruts t nutfi'h' t r ini 1 rk th:n ny ih'r rit Lr
an i iii Ut r.t twice 3 Inn? .
Iwr ta;n. uritIlarl tiH)lf aif at, Kl !
f-U( it h- l'.llAl.
Tt.e RuW.v lint lrii ariih a jVwa qwal l rinih, tia.l
at the Mine timf si Jhcivi an.l rl.isiic that it will i-t crack
or por-1 off, tii'l H th Tff.rc ailmirahly alajtM f-r rJv j int
in? in U i cYmnlf.
In atltlition to ihc a-ovf.
It is the cheapest paint ever imported here
Ssirpl Car.l r.f Jifftront sl. lt to ! tfn at ihc Oiuv uf
h Agent. For Pale to Qu.inti'iea to Suit Purchaser.
17" Orilr frra th oth"r lUod aolu ifNl, fprci.iily frm.i
thn." tvlin irt.' 1 r'paintin? th'ir d vrllir.
W. C. IRWIN & Co.,
B-le AjtiU f-irtho Hawaiian I.
H. HACKFELD &CO.
O IR. 2S -flL. ill 33 ,
rnr. rii i.owini
mi goods ex n 11 !
)ISK PADS, CHOCOLATR AMI WIIITr.
'!ROrXD PRINTS, MUSLINS.
Morrneks Iy)ng Cloth, A 32 in. A M in. IJ
and II 30 in.
Turkey lied. Brown Cotton aixl Drill,
Rlue Cotton Drill, Ticking, Hickory Stripes,
Cotton Sliecling, 72, 80, W, and 100 in.
Mosquito Netting, Water-pro'.f Cl.tli,
Black and Colored Merinos,
Black CobotirgH and Italian Cloih.
Ilnrege. in all colors; Linen, I'edloid Crd,
Twilled Cainblie and Silesia,
Hlack Listings, Hax Paddling,
4'otlon and Linen Thread, white, Mack and
brown, assutod innubris,
NVIiite ,t Brown Cotton Turkish Towels. e,
l.iuen and Cotton Ilandkerehiel'o, white and
Tnblo Cloths, Men's S ick-.
Ladies' Stocking', aborted;
White and Brown Cotton UnderdiirM, nnd
Water-proof aud Flannel shiil-.
Black Laee Shawl?, Silk Umbrella,
Plaids, ponchos, Monkry .Iaek.'M,
Flannel Sacs and Pant",
Ruekskin and Cloth Sacs and Pan!-.
An Assortment of I INRSI 'I I'S.
scarlet, green, blue and whiic; .
White Cotton Blankets, How Blanket.
Bight and Heavy Rurlnps,
f Wool pack, S.iil Twine. ; ;
Rugs and Carpets,
Rubber Goods Carters, Suspenders, (Jirdles,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES.
Bridles, Bits, and Spur',
French and German Calfskins,
India Rubber Balls, Feather Duster,
Blank Books, Bloc Note,
Genuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such as Ear Ring", Hrwhe, A
Ilarmonieas, Ma.sa Pipes,
London and Meerschaum Pipes,
GENUINE EAU DE COLOGNE,
Lubin's Extracts, Soaps, Tooth Brush.-'.
Dressing Combs, Needles,
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Charcoal Irons,
Washing Tubs.Galv. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
French, English and German Groceries !
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, Ac, .Me.
Wax Tapers, Camphor, Safety Mitehc,
PAINT JE3 :
White Zinc, White Lea l, Green & Blark I'nin's !
P.erlin T.lue, Ilnbbuck's Paint n;i.
.Tohannisberger, Liebfrauenmiloli. i'Iii-1,
Champagne, Heid5iccks, .c.
.Sparkling Hock, quarts and pint-.
Key Brand, St. Paul's, Lnger Hecr,
Jeffrey's Ale & Porter, Hivarian Rerr, fjis.v pis
Ccgna? Rrati ly, Gin, Sec, AI.n.IhI iu Ivmijohn.
'IC.RS HAVANA Al KKKMl.
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg r.lm-,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, i in. in. 1 in. U in.
Babbitts Metal, Hoop Iron, j, 1, 1 1',
Fence Wire, No?. 4, o and o.
Wrapping Paper, Horse Rope, wi.iu ;
Corks, Moulding, Looking Glasses i Chromes,
Tarablers, Water Monkeys, Gambler fin 1 Catch,
Pemijohns, 4, 1, 3 and o galls., Matk"t Baskets,
Birch Broooi9, Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Slates, Barrels and Casks, kg., &c.
Piles to arrive. Orfc.rsfroin fir r.thtr ;'. .?? ;
executed on arrivol
StMFfEinW OPEXFOR IVSPF.CTION.
FEME HIKE ! !
.....X"- H.'vO :f K''i
G-aivaxiized Corrugated. BLooixit3
m uni ( kn iTitt: viuri: v.isv d i.:d. in iiiii ( K'i iif.m rn.K
iioii.ko I iwr.ui on..
! fX FINE ASST. OF SHELF
II KI'KTIK, VARIMIK. ! i I 1 'it R I Sll ;h. i l"lK LOT or Bl II.Il-.J
RRS IIAROWARF. i (iUOl) STOCK III U R ICI'I.TI'R A I.
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Will Im Nohl :il ICi:IlsRO;iTV 1RIF.S!I
By DILLINQIIAM & CO-
n.-.".i 05 A lit Klag trrt, llall.
IX Vnsco iv Vity ol If rlhoiinie, IK t'.
.lliii'i'ny, :nnl S roil, by
CASTLE .PsTU COO
MIK I'INEM ASSORTMENT K PltlN IS TIIK M A It K ET. I'l.AIN lOI.OHf
ft lifht and dnrk and rnle; a l-w iere r.r Vnury TrimuilDK I'rlnt, Wh.ie llalr.rnnm. While Octtnn ytiinft
1ih In ; Cheap Unhloarhed C.tlon, fin llh'arhrd Cotton, IUr,'kl' Alt Ixi al MnUnnt 1'nll"a-hed 4ini, '
A nnerior aMortmnt rf Waierpnvfi, nil wool and rnlinn and wool Mite, fjf nnA fnlfleti. -
Por CS-oxlXIoxdoloxx's Woni'I ...
FINEST RUCK BROADCLOTH AM DOESKINS, aI.I WOOL TV I'.KD, IVIIITK
AD mFP MNEN DITK. FINE WHITE MOLESKIN, FINEST WHITE
MARSEILLES VESTING, LINEN PA NT STI FFS. nitOWtf LINF.N :
Al.un RECEIVED Fanry Wool OvrrHbirt. Cinn t'n.lf iUu, Jr Wwi lUmtrl, niettnd l.:.l.'ut frarM rUtinrl,
A Few I'ie.-e No, 6, 9 and 12 fKV HI.UK OROH (1KAIV RlftnONA, VEItr ( MKari Rnu' Mnr and cW.h.
All Linen Napkin. Java Canraa, Mnqnlto N-tilnf. Mae Flannel. A f-w FINE III.U'K LAMA LACE
SHAW LS. Tat.le tamk, Piliria. Veil Ilnrepe. Itlat k Hair Clolh, Phn Thna I, Ae.
A LK Ppoar Jrkon' Celebrated Aorted File, flt, hair mnnd. 'iire and 1a--rt Haolard Cul, 3d Cut and
Hmnoih, aorte1 t. KOHOKK Ai HON8 CH.KBll ATr.M t I'Tl f ll V rVir. Pm kH Knlrri, ftaleher )4 Talde
Knive, a f-w et of their tet Silver Mated rViMrs llrHlle DuckW. b-, 3-4, 7- and 1 Ini-h tlnnrdi I'rarl and
Shirt Iiullin. tiet nlite. Fish and Coil IJn in variety, HlcArhed and t'nhlearhed, Pant llurkica, tonp ldlea,
furry and Mane Cnnh, rrronlon Vnf, 4. 0, R, li ll c Hlrnt, line. TuAey and Rath fin, (lutnicl riln, Tea
Keiile, 2 and ,t riuarlr; tlalvanired Wah lla.in. tlalvanire.t Tcil.i, li ti 2" In. Ie-l T illnf. A In It In. Mllward
Nee.ur... REST ANNEALED A M TA li RED Km. FENt'lNO WIRE. llniihwV
Kniliil and Raw Mnxeed Oil, lliiblmrk'i White 7.ine and l-rt.l, Anrt-.l I'nlnU inttil, tet Orond ti infer, IVpper.
Crenm Tartar, P-ire White Calile rV.ap. f anlineii, Frenrh VHlow, Yellow Orhre, Whiilnn and Chalk, Oa llowa, 1 0 4
atxl 2 U;rh Ox Yoke 4. & and 0. Por.. Plow, KieI" 2 and 30 IMnw. Fitra Point, Ilarmwa, Cultivator find lnre
lloe. DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL DIRECT FROM lOWKFK COMPANY, levne Kern.en
Oil. fnod and chenp. -
Also on Hand, A General Assortment of Agricultural Implement I
A FEW DOEN W A It D 4w PATNE'S CELEIIRATED N. 3 N SHEEP Ml I', 4 MS, THF
9 - BKT OUALITV MAOK
the ahove ih mwjf f.lhr irti- l to Vmnd M WffF"T PRICES, itl '
MEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED !
3T E. O. HALL & S.CKT
FROM R0ST0N, SAN FRANCISCO AND EUROPE.
IF ILa O
Coinprisinp: tho fbllowiiiLf Stylos and Sizow:
PARIS PLOWS, Wo. 6.
EAGLE PLOWS, No. 20, 2.2B, 0,A.
M0LINE STEEL PLOWS. Nob. G, 7, 7 1-2, 8, 8 1-2, aud 4,
Ames' Sleel Plows, No. X00. Ames' Steel Cultivators.
M0LINE " WESTERN" CULTIVATORS lor Two Hore. IfORSE HOES.
PLANTATION & GARDEN TOOLS, of ALL KINDS !
1 FILL MSORTMENT..
iuni,Bi:irs iftiMMVAiti; Aivn tooijN!
Ship Carpenter's aud Cooper' TooU,
Painter' Material and Brushes, -
Paints, Oils, Turpentine and Varniahes.
OF ALL SI7.T.S AM THE H EST itl'ALITl.
AXE. PICK i M IIOE H AMJl.F..
SI L Ar 1 IT 11 A i: I W AH R!
Tll: REST ll I.I TV. (Ml NEWEST P A TTF.lt NS.
CALIFORNIA LEATHER by almost Every Arrival !
i OMPP.I?lNO I.Rir.i.K. KAM'll: AM. "'I E ITATIIEn. A f II I TP. 10 T, KtP
AX1 CMtBF.I I.IXINU pKIXi; ASU FROM F.UKopR IHRrTT TOR
BEST FllENCII WAXED CALFSKINS!
soov i:xii:c;ti:i fo.ii -iiostikv nuiiccT,
Cillll M TCH ES K F.ROSEN E,
CHARCOAL IRONS. AXES. HATCHETS, Ar. Kr.
rjr Orders f a- Plantation', Countij Stores, or Customers tirn oilier Island, Hr nil flood In onr
line, will he filled with enre ani rrompfnc.
FEME WIIIE ! ! !
PAINTS, ALL COLORS I
CASTLE & COOKC'O.
RF E s
LV O. HALL & SON,
rut-ff cf Drlrk. Ptnre, frne K'f wi fort Sireft.