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CONSTANTLY ON HANOI
A OENEEAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP (II.UDlEill' k SHIP STORES.
Fr Salr br
HOI.LK'! Jk C O.
FRESH f!AT.rrnpwTA ttwti
300 ltKuR.,','S RECEIVKO PER THE
UuI.l.K-- ft Co.
CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
REw'Y? PKR T,,K . It. ROBERTS
fX,lA?-? l-O. CANS. FRESH PACKED,
of Cfrhl97& COl-CMnlA-JlITt'K SALMON la
for Sate bj
BOME3 ft Co.
Fruits Prepared by the Alden Procesi J
PEARS. OF DIFFERENT VARIETIES t
I'larw, At, sc for hic
"19 - . BOLLK? & CO.
SMALL CHAINS !
S,-?iES"ROM -2 I.VCII.I.dl AN.
HUM tofutit. Haired per Clcta." For ale br
' EOI.LKS k CO.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON AND
SALMON BELLIES !
IN BRRKM AND II A LC BARRELS.
RviTsd p-r FalKinburf, U dj from Fenian.!.
CASE OREGON PILOT RREAD, 'mall eaki.
Fur S!a i.j BuI.LES A CO
SHORTLT EXPECTED DIRECT PROM
40.W) Extra Urs and CO to 100,000
2-1 Fil, Mil of the B-nt qailiij HARD BK1CK3. ar4
will br SI4 Lw.by
eOLLEJ" A: CO.
EXTRA FAMILV AND BAKERS' EXTRA
r'Var, i"--irM p-r Marrsy, this da. Kor 8il by
Jai4 EOLLF A CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
VEW CROP. AXD I V FIXE ORDER EE
A eiTi tw ay per u ; .Murray, ror mi oy
BOLL' ft CO.
California Red Brick l
KEV THOUSAND OF GOOD Qt'ALITV
rceiTe-l Ih'.n day pr Mary Boll Robert, awl for sate by
171 RE II FROM THE FACTORT iF Lori3
. Jic 4anr Co., r-ccivrd f?r Ceylon, ia mvs of two
1ctn each UOU Dazrn In one and two pond Can,
ror ! low y (idUi BOLLK8 A- CO.
California Lime and "White Brother!"
W7V-LISII PORTLAND CEMENT. BEST
Qitlicy. For Sale by (mhll)
HuLI.F. ft CO.
Blocks and Oars!
H LI- ASSORTMENT.
Fr Silo by
BOLLEP & CO
ANEW LOT OF THE LAWRENCE FAC
tnry an asortrnnt of Nomber3 recciTel prr Ceylon,
arvi for al? low by tol4) BOLLK3 A CO.
4 FEW TIIOCSAND OF GOOD IUAL-
ITV, 1 1 1 will tw sold enc&p, ny
fTIROM 78 i9.300lb. RECEIVED PER
M Cieta," rnvi lr sale ty
BOLLE3 ft CO.
I A M OF F FO R
ND AS VOIT SEE HAVE PROVIDED
JL. lay v: If wi;h one of tho
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TEUMS !
wbl-h wul tan-l the Eaggago PaiMhcw, anl which are only
to be h! at th?
STORE of M. MclNERNY
M7icre can be found any. or
EIEIIITIIHG IV THE TRILXK LINE
Among tchtch are
t4i SolM S"'e Leather Trunt, riveted edge;
LvllrV SolH Bridie Leather Trunk, riveted edges;
Indira' ld Leather Trunk, tewed edget;
Ladies' klemnt Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies Composition SaraXofaa,
Ladles' Kmbxasrd Zino parat ga,
La.Ve' Kl-fant TrarelllDg Dressinc Cases,
V i Ladies' KussL-i Lealher Pboping Taiisca.
Itdlrs' Hog and Keticulea in all ao.-
Ladies' Canraa Corrred Trunk?,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
Aa article tnurh ia aemar.'', atowinj; neatly andT the utate
aolid SMe Leather Trnnks, rireted edgesj
Grnt" miid Bridie Lenther Trnnks, rireted edges
Oent's Leather Trunks in all sizes;
v Oent's Bound lidgo Trur.
cnts SnlU Sole Leather Vsllses,
Oenl'S Bridle Leather Valisss,'
Gent's No. 1 and 2 Boston Valises, .
Gent's talent Corner Valises, . .
Gent s Eleyant'Kasiia Leader
ih.i rt Blanket S(rac. Trunk Straps. I
Town and Traveler'a Bag and Valises.
In fact everything in the above line ami
at Bet Rock Prices.
ALSO, J U ST TO II AND.'!
AV ELEOAXT LIX"E OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Among which are tte J I
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITER
Jiut the thin? for the wrt we.v.hcr. J
TTEeP Neatest Stylo of Men's
Ever oTereJ here. Amons: which are the celebrated Everett
Si'ppers, and in O.ct everything la all well appointed Fool asd
All the above lines of Goods will be Soll
at Prices to suit the Times.
These Gosdt are well kawsi here mmd nerd
rrrnstaesttlr. Errry Pair
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
CHAMP AGIVTE !
JCST BECEIVEOJER KA VOL AN
HEIDSIECK & CO.'S
Crand Vin Royal.
f o Quarts am Plots. For ale at Agenta' ratei by
H. HACKELD Co.,
8c!e Ageata fcr Messrs. Heldsiecs a Co.,
PH1LADEPHIA ! !
Importers and Dealers in
nor; west scantling,
Torgnwl k Crowed, Soviaccl,
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS,
li in. x 4. l-.r.sM 1'.. lr
Scantling, Boards, Plank,
Battens 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2.
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongiwl nni Grooved
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE!
2x12 to lCxlC;
CLEAR h OR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLIND?, all sizes;
White lacad & Zinc !
PA I XT OIL. SM A I.I. PA I XT, CII EA P,
Putty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 and 3,
Wall Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC a FIRE-PROOF PAINT,
For Plantation or any Other tT?e,
Butts & Hinges,
Hooks and Eye, &c.
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
NOR' TOT LUMBER
LEWERS AMD DICKSOfJ
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
Nor' West I inch Boards, Nor' West U Flank,
Nor' West 14 in. Plank; 2, 3, and i in. Plank,
Nor'. Wost Tongued & Grooved Boards, 1 1$
Nor' West Surfaced, 1 in. lj and 1$,
Nor' West Scantling, all fiizee:
Nor' W't Timber, all sires;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
T?or II, W. Almy,
A CHOICE CARGO
Illll WOOD LUMBER !
1 inch Boarda 1. 1J and 2 inch,
Rongh Surfaced, 1 in. JJ. 1J. 2 and 3 in. of tho
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles.
3x1 rests. Red Wood: 4x4 Posts. Red Wood;
4x6 Posts Red Wood all 7 fret long.
Al?o, Red Wood Split Posts,
All SIZES OF
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
i Tongue and Grooved Boards. Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Board', Red Wood, 14;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
AI L SIZES ;
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil. White Lead. Zinc Paint,
Chrotno Gren. Paris Green. Chroino Yellow,
Rt-d Lead. Black Paint. Varnishes,
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Pull Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c.,&c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAFER AND BORDER!
pSf Orders from
care and dispatch.
the other Islands
LEWERS Si. DICKSON,
mllE PIRV.pROOF STORE ftaeea
1. a: rest, lately occupied by C 8. Bartow tsq , at aa
m Anminn Room. Pcssesnion Biren lomedlatelf'. i
Apply tst V. C. tfARKE.
. . -3. .
Commercial toertiscr. j
S X Tl JtPA V. SEPT. h.
The Wife of a Country Editor Expresses
Her Honest Opinion.
Vr". I'm Mra. P trr Sutjw, an editor's wife. 1
well remember the da? when Mr. Snow aaked me
to become Lis wife. I o cless I liked Mr. Snow,
end thinking it would be a fine thins to te the
wife cf an editor, I aH Ye ' r.s fTtlty as I knew
how, and I became Mr.'. Snow, i hae wen ten
vesr of mrried lif", and find rr.v hu-bDd to be
ar. r-mip.bl1, ood-rRtiired mnn. fie always srcds
h'f rrrr.ir.g' nt home, erd i in that respect a
model rrn : bat he aJwcy- bnn9 a - piJe of ex
change, which In only limited by the length of
bi arms, and read while I ratch the knee? ted
eltxjws of hi pantnloorjs sm coat. After we had
a Quaker meeting of an hour"? length, I br-ke
the stillness by ckii -g :
Mr. Snow, did yon order tbM coal 1 pke to
What did you wy, rny dear?" he Bked after
a minute's silence- -
Did you order tta: eorl I ppoke to vou about?'
Indeed, my dear, I am sorry, but 1 forgnt all
abut it. It eball come to-morrow.'
Another hour's Pilence, which is relieved hy
the baby crying, and, rather liking a nrie of
that rt, 1 made no efibrt to quiet Mm.
Mv dear.' ravs Mr. hnow. after he has cried a
minut" or so, 4yya had better givo the baby somfl
' ' . ....
t catniD tea to quiet him ; he troubles me.
The baby is still. Another hour parses with
' out a breath of noise. Becoming tired. I take a
! lamp and retire for the night, leaving Mr. Snow
' 80 engaged with his papers that he does not see
i me leave the room. Toward midnight he comes
to bed, and just as he lias fallen asleep the baby
takes a notion to cry again. I rise as quietly n
j possible to try to still him. Iben another baby
begins to scream at the top of his lungs. There
! is co other course but to wake Mr. Snow, so I say:
Mr. Snow ! M r. Sno w ! '
The third time he Btarta up and cries, What,
; Tom ! more copy?'
i As though 1 was Tom, the little imp running
j about the office. I reply tartly :
No, 1 don't want any more copy-1 have had
enough of that to last me my lifetime ! I want
: you to see what Tommy is crying about."
! Mr. Snow makes a desperate attempt to arouse
i himself; as Tommy stops to lake a breath, he
; falls to sleep again, leaving me to pace the room
! in as much vexation as I can comfortably contain,
j The next morning at breakfast, when I give Mr.
j Snow an occountof the night's troubles, he says:
j 'Indeed my dear, I am very sorry the children
! This is always the way. Ifl complain, it is
1 . . ... s
Illll V 1 . 81 II I IB BTTl rtt IS. M V m
Hut should the very name thing occur the snD-
! sequent night, directly belorc his eyes, very likely
! he would not see or know anvtbins about it, un-
lens it har-pened to interrurt his train of ideas.
Then he would propose catnip tea : but before I
can get it into the infant's stomach, he will be
far away into the realms of thought, leaving me
not a little vexed at his stupidity.
He knows the name of every paper published
in England or the United States, but ho cannot
for the life of him tell the names of his children.
He knows precisely the year of every American
journal, but bo does not know the age of hi? own
baby. He knows how every contributor looks,
but I do not believe he can tell whether my eyes
are black or blue.
They say Mr. Snow is getting rich. All I know
is he gives me money to clothe our boys, and I
hope the world is right in opinion, and when I
am satisfied it is, 1 shall advise him to resign
his editorial honors, and spend a few months in
becoming acquainted with his wife and children.
The little ones will feel flattered in making the
acquaintance of bo literary a man. Honesdnle
What We Swear By.
Let us now examine tsome typical forms of
oatb. The rude natives of New Guinea awear by
the sun, or by a certain mountain, or by a weapon
that the nun may burn them, or the mountain
crush them, or the weapon wound them, if they
lie. The even ruder savages of the Brazilian
forests, to confirm their words, raiae the band
over the head, or thrut it into their hair, or they
will touch the points of their weapons. Thcue
two accounts of savage ceremony introduce us. to
customs well known to nations of higher culture
The raising of the band toward the ky seems
to mean here what it does elsewhere. It is, dn
gesture, calling on the. heaven-god to smite the
perjurer with his thunderbolt. The touching of
the head, again, carries its meaning among these
Brazilians almoet as plainly as fn Africa, where
we find men swearing by their heads or limbs, in
the belief that they would wither if forsworn; or,
as when among the old Prussians a man would
lay his right band on his own neck, and bis left
on the holy oak, saying!" "May Perkun (the
thunder-god) destroy me.'' As to swearing by
weapons, another graphic instance of its original
meaning comes from Aracan, where the witness
swearing to ppeak the truth takes in his hand a
mueket, a eword, a spear, a tiger's tusk, a cro
codile's tooth, and a thunderbolt (that is, of
course, a stone celt.) The oath by the weapon
not only lasted on through classic ages, but re
mained so common in Christendom that it was
ezprescly forbidden by a synod; even in the seven
teenth century, to ewear on the sword (like Ham
let's friends in the ghost scene) was etill a legal
oath in Holstejn. As for the holding up of the
hand to invoke the personal divine sky, the suc
cessor of this primitive gesture remains to this
day among the chief acts in the solemn oaths . of
Luropean nations. It could scarcely be shown
more clearly with what childlike imagination the
savage conceives that n symbolic action, such as
touching his head or his spear, will somehow pass
into reality. In connection with this group of
oaths, we can carry yet a step further the illustra
tion of the way men's minds work in this prim
itive stage of association of ideas. " One of the ac
counts lroin New Guinea is that the swearer,
holding up an arrow, calls on heaven to punish
him if ho lies; but. by turning tho arrow the
other way the oath' can be neutralized. This is
magic all over. What one symbol can do, the
reverse symbol can undo. True to the laws of
primitive magical reasoning, uncultured men
elsewhere etill carry on the symbolic reversal of
their oaths. An Abyssinian chief, who had
Bworn an oath he disliked, has been seen to
ecrape it oft' his tongue and spit it out. There
are still places in Germany where the false witness
reckons to escape the spiritual consequences of
perjury by crooking one finger, to make it, 1 sup
pose, not a straight but a crooked oatb, or he puts
his left band to his side to neutralize what the
right band is doing. Here is the idea of our
"over the left," but so far as I know this has
come down with us to raere echool-boy's phuf-
A paper which was recently read before the
London Pharmaceutical Society contained, in sub
stance, the following interesting statement in re
gard to the beneficial results of the Eucalyptus.
About a century ago there wae in the Campagna,
about three miles from Rome, a village containing
various churches and a monastery, which were
abandoned on account of the prevailing malaria.
Up to 1870 the churches there were in ruins.
Six'years ago two French Trappiets planted the
Eucalyptus globulus in the village, some of the
trees having now attained a height of thirty feet.
For- the hist two years the mocks have inhabited
the ruined convent without suffering the least in
convenience, using from time to time a as a febrifuge
decoction made from the leaves of the tree.- It
alian botanists and physicians are urging the gov
ernment to plant the Eucalyptus in quantity in
the Campagna. believing that by its means these
deadly plains may be restored to that flourishing
condition they had once attained during the per
iods of early Roman history.
I? rNIVEK'A! l.V USED, GET IT AT
19 Nau&nu J?t
Offer For Sal '
Beef. Mmiiow. Veal, Salmea t Flab.
at the FiSH MARKET STALLS, 'ea. 13, 19, 20, 21, at ti
loweat Market Batea. q'.-r? n:? a ea'.'. el3 ly
The Cainese In California.
li.c tti Jciri aJjuCtJ
Jin' facts to iciit. II.-
tTidc-im aJJuced befte tie L'uitcJ Statra
uinted to iceetiaie the
bns brvOght eu.e tart-
iciit. lhtf ttix ctiiianita whicn are
decraed rtiritle f.-r tie txietic iuirainuic n
Ircoi l'hit.a, a;d which in a rrt iiitj.?ure regu
late the Ctr.dict of the C'hiut-e m im Frdr.cievT',
Ofcratc in c-njunrtion with uierchaijte in tt
I'rovince of Canton. Ihty t ntg? - return to
China the fxr.ed of all those wh-j go ut uijder
their auf ict and die m Jxin Francisco. They
hare also male a jtitract with the fteamship
companies by which the latter are bvund cut tu
carry to Chic any immigrants without th?ir con
sent", and tts can only be obuined by a fulfil
ment of enpgemcnta end bv the mTuient of a
prccified euu ot rawcey. There can be r.o doubt
that this knaimtivn Is little clcthana tcodi
fed system d" tflavery, both men and women be
icg eubject tt the mandates of secret tribunals, to
aticEjf t to cw.de which is cure to be loliowed by
severe pnnishneots. In many" cases the extreme
penalty is itfiicted, but the rrctrators cl the
crinjc reiuamundiecuTered. v cmen are brought
under contrrt, aEd are corsjcllfi to remain in
bondage for ; term cf" year?. A bill of pale of
ei:c ol thcj-e ceaturcs w:t-- rectly exhibited in
Court, frvra thich it appeared that el;e was bcld
in China fcr.S0, bought in Sn Frar.ci.-co lor
5SfHt, ar.j w bjund tKdy and soul to her master
lor fenr yearand ix months. Whole t-treets in
the heart of he city are devoted to this class of
: woratn. Whn they hecome eick and incapable,
they are ofter jut out on the meet to take their
i chance of liriig cr dying there. Out of the 75,-
W) in this cry, it is eftimaced that at least 1U,
KK) bek.ng to the eriminal classes. They crowd
the tails. hoiMtaL-. and asvlitms, and add enor
mouly to the buden of the overtaxed citizen.
In the capacity of menials and household ser
vants, the males inroduce all the vices of the
white man. Were an indigent white man to
offcr to perform 'Me duties cf a chambermaid, he
would be indignantly rejected, but Chinamen are
eagerly sought alter fur such offices, and accepted
in reference to bmile servants of European ex
traction, who, as a uile, are expensive and inso
lent. Ileside3, tie Chinaman has the invaluable
habit of keeping its own Cwunsel, and generally
connot, it he would, reveal the secrets of the
household to appciative neighbours. Another
serious view oi tte case is that the Chinese are
not inhibited Iron voting, and that many of them
have already takct out their naturalisation papere
with the view of exercisiug the franchise. As
their, votes would indubitably goto the highest
bidder, a system of corruption would be set on
foot which would possibly make matters worse
in tho political ptospect than they are t pres
ent. Ca. Paper.
A "Wonda-ful Torpedo.
An American correspondent writes " The ex
periment with a torpeio was witnessed by a num-
her ol congressmen aid was a wonderful success.
f In i.A.n n a s.a ci.nul t. .-Zm,. 1. ...... U
"3 b" turuugu
the Prcr knob, t ic torpedo rushed through the
water nt an eighirlnot gait, her black back jutt
visible above the vater. She was oren to the
olighteat touch, racking and then again going
ahead, and runn'ng a close shave round a buoy
with marvellous delicacy. After fche had been
thus navigated al around the harbour, she was
headed with fullstcam, at a twelve or fourteen
knot gait for an Id raft, loaded with barrels, and
as poon as she hai fairly bolted into it, Captain
Lay touched the exploding knob, and in an in
stant there was s terrific explosion, and the air
wae filled with ten thousand fragments of the
wreck, the moet xirious part of the scene was
the unconcerned aianncr in which the little mon
ster emerged fron amid the destruction she had
wrought, absoluttlf unharmed and still obedient
to control. The reolution which will be effected
by this wonderful crpedo will certainly mark a
new era in naval mrefare. It will create greater
changes by far tlao John Ericsson's ironclads and
monitors, and wll enable lands, such as Austra
lia and America, with long lines of coast and a
comparatively sparse population, to defend them
selves from invasion at a reasonably slight ex
pense. Cu plain Lay says he could sink a vepcl
like the English ironclad Temeraire,' which coFt
a million sterling, in twenty minutes. It has
been suggested thai tho ironclad could protect
herself with chain lettings held out on long spars.
But if necessary, bdf a dozen torpedoes could be
sent out, each in mother's wake, and they would
soon reach the nain objective point of attack.
The cost of thesj marvelous little devil fifties in
about 25,000 Jollan each. It may be noted, by
the way, too, that a vessel steered in this way can
be made very useful In saying life by carrying
life-lines to vessds in distress. The torpedo can
be steered from the ehore with unfailing precision
through the very heaviest surf."
Just Rec'd per Alden Besse,
From HONG KOBTG
D irec t !
Manila Rope, in small size;
No. 2 Gentir.e Manila Cigars,
White and Clored Matting,
Choice Japan and Oolong Tea,
White and Ctlored Rattan Chairs,
Preserved Giager and Mixed Fruits,
Ivory i Sandal Wood, Lacquered and Tor
toise Shell Wares,
Ivory, Sandal Wood, Silk, Feather and
Tortoise Shell Fans,
Silk Sashes, Silk Handkerchiefs, red & white;
Fine Jewelry, sich as Tiger's Claw, Crys
tal. Tortoise Shell, Amber, white & red;
Carnelian, Pearl, Bracelets, Earrings and
Silverware, Tortoise Shells, Lady's Combs,
CHINESE CURIOSITIES, &c.
FOR SALK BY
AFOHC & ACHUCK,
13 Nuaana Street, Honolulu.
A w and Original Combination for Self Iistrie
tloo hi Pen Stan hlp.
moa. Q. THRUM,
Agrnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
riSITORS AT IIILO. AND PARTIES EN
BoUTE FOR THE VOLCANO, can find
BOARD AND LODCINC
AT REA30NABLK RATES, at tho abore establishment.
T HORSES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At bort notice, asd tm arrangeaeats rraie for tte tr!p to uv?
awaatatu QTt2lj) C. E. BAPAj.
w w i rr r ! ib i ai mi m . mi mi . vat mi
R.ulxbcx Paint, i
Maaaiatlarrd a the I'artfr KiVkrr Taint
f I ranrl.
BEST PAIT IN THB WORLD
1HI PAINT 1 PI T I I' IN HI tk I UK.
M. ere rod Cre piikn ti-t. al-- in f. v g-'.l- c fc. an t ,-r
r;s. It l rr-rirt in f-Kre wh i-. t tok, rr-
rr-lrrm, conjrir -ry reefer ff. r h 'r
Is Ready for Immediate Use !
fc ire srr"t aivscure. ss it es f ce1 t y n s err
If Kubb-r Vmj-.l i nralf-.f.ed t jr chr:" rf MrnfiUr', is
i"rty:"r,m wt-it. !s edor'-d to K'l tl'v rt s'rk. s.r-l !
EVERY AVAY A BETTER PAINT
fv ei:K. r ( uiiiie ci irislj? srrrk Ikn ry, j la- r f'H km r .
d ri!! Jst r.t k i t:-f R icrg.
for laaa tririitiral ImpleMeDU, Bat sad
It ka Enaal.
f! ' Biitkr P5lrt rtrir Wiih a jWi e!cal to vr,rnih, aad
at the hiw t iirf srfhesire snd rlasiic ihM it will rot crack
or reel off, , rA U ihcrrfc-re admirably a.jsprd trt lsw pslnt
i"; in tM rl-prti.
In addition If thr aNvo,
It is the cheapest paint ever imported here
a"vnjple Caeib of diSVrrnt shades to be seen at the OKee cf
the Ag-nl. Fcr in Quaotl les to Suit Purchasers.
XT Ordrrs fr"m the other Inlands soiKHted, epeciny from
rhos" whn i'-r" rrpaintic lhir dwelling".
W. C. IRWIN & Co.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Is.
jy 15 Sir.
H. HACICFELD &CO.
1W HOODS EX U L10I !
JpiNK PADS, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE
CROUND PRINTS, MUSLINS,
WHITE COTTONS, -
Horroek- Long Cloth, A 32 in. A 33 in. II
and II 30 in.
Turkey Red, Brown Cotton and Drill,
Blue Cotton Drill, Ticking, Hickory Sitipc?,
Cotton Sheeting, 72, 80, 90, and 100 in.
Mosquito Netting, Water-proof Cloth,
Black and Colored Merinoes,
Black Cobourg? and Italian Cloth,
Barege, in all oobrs; Linn, Bedford Covd,
Twilled Cambric and Silesia?,
Black I-asting, Flax Padding.
Cotton and Linen Thread, white, hhek and
brown, aborted number?',
White Sc Brown Cotton Turkish Towels. At,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchief", white rnd
Table Cloth, Men'8 Snrk
Ladief' Stockings, assorted;
White and Brown Cotton Undershirt, and
Water-proof and Flannel Shirts,
Black Lace Shawls, Silk Umbrella,
Plaids, Ponchos, Monkey Jackets,
Flannel Sacs and Pant?,
Buckkin and Cloth S:cs and Pant.
An Aortment of FINE SUITS.
scarlet, green, blue and white;
White Cotton Blanket?, HorBlanfceta,
Light and Heavy Burlap".
Woolpack, Sail Twine.
Rugs and Carpete,
Rubber Goods Gar ter?, Suspenders, Girdle",
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bit?, and Spurs
French and German Calfokine,
India Rubber Balls, Feather Dupters,
Blank Books, Bloc Notes,
Geuuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such aa Ear Rirgs, Brooches, &c.
Harmonicas, Missa Tipcs, . t
London and Meerschaum Pipes,
GENUINE EAU DE COLOGNE,
Lubin's Extracts, Soap, Tooth Brnshes.
Dressing Combs, Needles,
Pocket KniTes, Scissors, Charcoal Irons,
Washing Tubs.Galr. Buckets, 10 and 12 In.
French, English and German Groceries !
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, &c. &c.
War Tper8, Camrnr fe'F Matches,
I? A I KT T 8 I-
VVhite Zinc, White Lead. Green &. Black Paints,
Berlin Blue, Ilabbuck's Ptnt Oil.
Johann'tstergCT, Liebfraaenmilcb, Claret,
Champagne, Ileidsieck's, c.
Sparkling ITock, quarts and pints
Key Brand, St. Paul's, Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale : Porter, Bavarian Beer, qtj i pis
Ccgnac Brandy, Gin, Ac, Alcohol in Demijohn.
riOARVIlAVAXA 4D GERM N' .
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg Riveu,
GalTanized Iron Pipe. 4 1 n- 1 1 1
Babbitts Metal, Hoop Iron, , , .
Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and f.
Wrapping Paper, Horse Rope, white;
Corks, Moulding, Looking Glasses & Chromes,
Tumblers, Water Monkeys, C jmbicr and Cutcb,
Demijohns, 1, 9 aad 5 galls., Market flaskets,
Birch Brooms, Cement. Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Slates, Barrels and Casks, e.. &c
frits made to arrive. Orders from the clhr islandi
executed on arrival.
SAMPLES NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION.
I FBI UIIIE ! !
5 (V c
G-alvanizcd, Corrugated. jELooSLna
Ill Bill CKS PI KK WHITE TISV M I.F.ll). lirtHtlCK'A IIET PAL '
KOll.KM I.IXHKKII Oil..
A FINE ASST.. OF SHELF PAINTS, Ml COLORS !
TI RPENTINE. VARMSJIi:i. IMIXT ItKl SllKS. A FINE LOT OF 1tl ll.l
ER'S HARDWARE. A OI KTftrK OP AO R ICII.TIR A I.
Will be Soltl at ICKCIPKOCITY PRICES J!
LATEST A U RIVA '
Ex Vasco do CiSniiifi, f City ot .llelboiirne, I. C.
IHuri'iiy, mid Syren, by
1IIR FINEST ASSORTMKNT OP PRINTS IN' T II P. MARK RT PI. A IN COLORS
light aJ dark anJ rohf; a iw plrrr of Fanry TnmmltK Ivlnu, Wlilttf MalaprUna, Will Cm Ion Shrtii.
100 In ; Cheap lrjblrrh-il C Iton, Fine Kli arhnl fKton, llxr Lln'a A A It ftn anl Milium t'hbkah'l C.llH,
A nrrlor assortmrnt rf Wa(Trrv'f, all worl a1 roiicn anil rw, hlur, rry ftr,4 r..tn.
3Foir Oontlemon'o I'STSZoziy? I . j
FIN F.ST II LACK BROADCLOTH ANH HOESKIW, ALL WOOL TWEEDS, U'fllTC
AND HUFF L1NRN DICK. PINFWIIITF. MOI.KSKIV, FIN F.ST WIIITF. .
MARSRILLRS VF.STINO, LINEN PANT STI FFS, DROWN LINEN
ALfO RECEIVED Fanr Wool Ovrmhtrt, Cotton t'ndcntilrtt, Orrj Wool t Uorx.t, liorAnA MMiura Piarlct ruDl
A Few nvn Noi. 8. an.! 12 PKT BLUE ORO ORAIX BlPIiOyS. VFRV riirri Rn..la Ilrr an CraUi,
All Llnrn Napkini. Java Canraa, Mnaqullo Nmritifr, Vlue rianm I. A f. FINK IILAC'K LAMA LACK
Nil A W I J. Tabic Damaak. Billrlnt, Vtll Barrco. Illark Halo ilnih, Pltn Tl.naJ, Ac.
Al.fiO Spar A Jarkaoa'a CpU-braiod Asaorled 1 11. rt. talf ronnrl. jnrc and lar-"r PaUrl Cut. 2d C( aiul
Mnonth, aaaortod It'Mi. KODUt K HUM CI LKHIl AT U Cl'l I.KU V Keltaora, 'tk Ki.lr. Kuirtior and Tablf
Kntvea. a few acta of thrr brt Kilrrr I'lalrd hclaanraj llridlf Hurl.a. (, , 3-4, 7-S and I Irwli HmihI 1'i-ari Vi at, 4
?jlrt Uuitoni. b 'jfnanliilc a. FUh and Cod Lln- in rari-fy, ll rird and I'liMrarlird, I'acit Harklra. tmuft 1i)im.
Carry and M.ma Combt, 1'oiroMlon Cnj i, 4 (X N. 10 H . Khr.t. Kino Tu.kfjr mni Haiti Fnoria, l'l,amii Ullna, Tra
Kettlrv 2 anl 3 quart, Oalvaoltrd Wwh IW-lna, JalTnnld Tubi. 12lo3.ln h-l T llinf, C In II In. Mllward
Nei-dlca. IIET AN'.NKALKI A N It T A It II Kit A ll:M'MI WIRE. llii.Wk'
lloilfd and Rn Llntd Oil, lliibbock'i Vlilu Zin? and lrad. Aavtrtod I'alnU In Oil, Heat Or. anil Unr, fi-t'pT,
Cream Tartar. Pure While CUi 8onp, faMmfa, Fr-n-h V II' , Vrl Orhrf, W hi'lnf and Chalk, X Ho, I Si
snd 2 Inch; Ot Yokra 4. and 6. Paha Plwa, 2 and SO Plow. Kulra l'"lnt. Ilarrnara, (ililralora and Mora
. lloea, DOWN KK'S KF.ROSF.NE OIL DIRECT I It'.'M J'OHNLIt C'OMt'AN Y, lvnr't KrT
Oil. rivjd and rheap. . , ,
Also on Hand, A General Assortment of Agricultural Implements ! " '
A FEW DOZEN WARD A PAVNE'H CELERRATED Sm. 3S SHEEP SHEARS, THfc
IlrT QUALITY 'MA PP. 1
The al9 with many oOitr Article br fnmd nt I.OWWT PrtlCF.i, nl
mil GOODS JUST 'BECEIlfi'B'i
FROM BOSTON, SAN FRANCISCO AND EUROPE.
Comprising tho following, Stylow and Sizoa:
PARIS PLOWS, OToi O.
EA0LE PLOWS, Nos. 20, 2, 2 B, 0, A. .
M0LINE STEEL PLOWS, Nos. 6, 7, 7 1-2, 8, 8 1-2. and 4.
Ames' Steel Plows, No. X00. Ames' Steel Cultivators!
M0LINE " WESTERN- CULTIVATORS for Two Horses. HORSE HOES.
PLANTATION & GARDEN TOOLS, of ALL KINDS !
I FLL. ASSORTMENT.
BUILDER'S IIARRWARE AXR TOOLfi!
Ship Carpenter's and Cooper's Tools,
Painter's Material and JBruahes,
Paints, Oils, Turpentine find Varnishes.
COOK STOSS ..'
OF tlX SIZES AND TIIE HF.ST qPALITr.
AXE. PICK AND HOP. II 4 l LES.
S I L V E Xt, 1 1 T13I W AREf
THE REST LIT V AND NEWEST PATTERNS.
CALIFORNIA LEATHER by almost Every Arrival !
COMPULSING IIAKNF.??, CRIrf.K, V ADDLE AND iOLE I TATnt P.. ALWJ, HHrrP. WOAT, KtF
AND COLOKKD- HNIXd FKINS; AND FROM J.UROPr. MRFCT Mt
BEST FRENCH WAXED CALFSKINS!
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SOO EXPECTED FROM ROSTOX DIRECT,
CARD MATCHES. KEROSENE. .
CHARCOAL IRONS, AXES, HATCHETS, itr. Ate.
".OrJers fr Plantations, Country Stores, or Cutomcr upon other lland", forsll Good In our
line, will be filled with otiro ani fromptnr.
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FEME IV I II E ! ! !
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By-DILLINGHAm & CO.,
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CASTLE & COOKE'S.
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