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CONSTANTLY' 'ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASSORTSTT OF
SIIIP HUMERI' k SHIP STORES.
Par Sal br
UOLLES Si CO.
- FRESH CALIFORNIA LIME !
I 1 1 I W ' El-El V El) PER
ntj tfcrlle Huberts mdb
UuLtCB fc Co.
t or ?!e by
JA sv and roc Sale by
FRESH SALMON !
1 AND X LB.CAKS. FRESH Pimm
JL cC Catch 137. Aiao, COLUMBIA rirvrn an wr i-
For Sale by
E0LLE3 4 Co.
Fruiti Prepared by the Aldea Process !
,mE :? VARIETIES ,
al' . EOLLFS CO.
SHALL CHAINS !
FROM l-O fa 1-2 INCH.IattUAN-
sj to suit. Kcortred per CW." For ! by
ror eale by
ROLLED ft CO
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON AND
SALMON BELLIES !
IN BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS.
BeoriT-l per raikluburg , 14 d;i from Portland.
CASES OREGON PILOT BREAD, small cakes
For Bal by BOLLES k CO
CUORTLT EXPECTED DIRECT FROM
40.000 Extra Urge size, and 60 to 100,000
J Size, all of the Beat quality IIARI BitlCKS. and
will be Sel4 Law. by
BOLLES A CO.-
riXTRA FAMILY AND BAKERS EXTRA
floor, received per Marrsy, this day.
For Bale by
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
TEV CROP. AND IV FINE ORDER;
a t turn any per u J il array. or Sale by
BOLLKS li CO.
California Red Brick !
A FEW THOUSAND OF GOOD QL'ALITV
iSk received this Any per Mary Belle Roberta, and for sale by
mil 11 2ULLE3atCU.
V4RES1I FROM THE FACTORY OF LOCI8
C lc Murray at Co., received per Ceylon, la cases of two
dozen eacn UU Uoara !o one ao.4 two poo.no: cans.
Foraalelow y, (anU) BOLLKg a CO.
California Lime and "White Brother!
TCXULISH PORTLAND CEMENT. BEST
M-A Quality. For Sale by (nihil) BULLED ft CO
Blocks and Oars!
For Hal by
BOLLES ft CO
A NEW LOT OF THE LAWRRXCEFAC
JjL tory an assortment of Numbers receired per Ceylon,
ad tor sale low by (.auls) iSUULts a
FEW THOUSAND OF GOOD Q.UAL-
1 6 x 1 Of will be sold cheap, by
BOLLES If CO.
Cleta," and for sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
A M OF F
4 ND AS
YOU SEE HATE
myself with oce 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
Where can be found any or
E V F Ilk Til 1 G IS ME TRli'H HE
, Among which are
lad es' flolM Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges ;
Ladles' Botid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladies' Kleirant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladies' Kmbossrd Zioe Saratogas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases,
Ladies' Russia Leather Shopping Valises,
. r Ladles' Bags and Reticules la all sizes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Tracks,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article much la demand, stowing neatly under tbe state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edgs;
dent's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunks in all sizes;
Gent's Bound dge Trunks,
Gent's Solid Bole Leather Valises,
Oent's Bridle Leather Valises,
Gent's No. 1 and 2 Boston Valises,
Oent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Elegant Russia Leather
Gent's Shaw! and Blanket Straps, Trunk Straps,
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
la fact everything in the above fine and
at lied Rock I)'ices. .
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Atcong which arc the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thing for the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
Ever oXered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
BUppers, and In fact everything In all well appointed Boot asd
Shoe Stores. .
All the above lines of Goods teill be Sold
at JPrices to suit the Times.
Tfceee Ge4e are well ltNsjwa here nasi Heed
rrr-oMsnaeadatlosi. Every Pair
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
KA MOI, AN
HEIDSIECK & CO.'S
Crand Vln Royal,
la Qaarts and Pint
For Sale at Agents' rates by
H. BACKFELD Co.,
Sole Agents for Messrs. lieidsieck Co.,
Importers and Dealers in
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
Tongaed & Grooved, isarfaee'l,
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS,
11 in. x 4, 1x5, and 1x6. for
Scantling, Boards, Plank.
Battens 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2.
PicketsRough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongued and Grooved
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE!
2x12 to 16x10;
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLIND , all sizes;
White Lead !Z.ixic !
PAINT OIL A; SM ALL PAINT, CHEAP,
Putty and Varnisli,
Glass, No. 2x2 and 3,
Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAINT,
For Plantation or any Other Tpp,
Butts & Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, Sec.
1ST JSL. X Xa 3 !
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
LEVERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
Nor' West 1 inch Boards, Nor' West li Plank,
Nor'- West 1$. in. Plank; 2, 3, and 4 in. Plank,
Nor' West Tongued & Grooved Boards, 1 &
Nor' West Surfaecd, 1 in. 1.J and U. '
Nor' West Scantling, all bzvs;
Nor' West Timber, all eizes;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
Ier EE. W. Vlmy,
A CHOICE CARGO
RED WOOD L1B1 !
1 inch Boards 1, li and 2 inch,
Rough Surfaced, 1 in. 1.J, li, 2 and 3 in. of the
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3x4 Pests. Red Wood; 4x4 Posts. Red Wood;
4x6 Posts, Red Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Posts,
All SIZES OF REDWOOD SfAMlIAG
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grooved Board3, Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood, 1. J;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
ALL SIZES ;
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil. White Lead. Zinc Paint,
Cbromo Green. Paris Green. Cbronio 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 PAFER AND BORDER!
aj Orders from
care and dispatch.
the other Wands Cllfd with
LEU'ERS St DICKSON.
TO BENT. .
THE PIRP PROOF STORI2 hQumsm
Street, lately occupied by C. 8. Bartow iq , as an frri
an Auction Room
Possession given immediate!,
W, C. PARKE.
! (Commercial iibcrtiscr.
SATURDAY. SEPT. Zi.
.rrsm I'orae'a fur alc Wmhirgton, Ja'T 1 )
The Trans-Pacific Cable Bill.
ll:e interruption gjven to tl.e ravage of the
Pacific cable bill Senator Dawes' motion recall
ing it from ifie Inc about ten davs ago, after
having tasked lc Senate without a dissenting
vote, is one of tl.o.? trick, of legislation that
arc inexcusable, and peciallj when the grounds
for Pueh action are tolely la the interest of a
foreign rival cable company. If the association
of gentlemen asking for this legislation iras an
irresponsible one, if it was composed of men
who meant merely speculation, and were witb-
1 out earital, tbe reason for tbe obstacles that bare
! . ..f...r ... i. - ;e i t..t
Deen mrown in iw way migui jo ju-iuitu. xjui
when we find they are some of tbe largest capital
ists in the country, combined with experience
and enterprise euch as is seldom brought together,
vc are atonisbed that the Senate allowed the
interference of Mr. Dawes without a reason
ntronger than the one of serving Cyrus Field,
the paid agent of British capitalists.
Prominent in this Pacific Cable Company is
Cclso Caar Moreno, a gentlemen of large nnd
extensive experience in Asiatic affairs, and who
has done more to call the attention of the Ameri-
! can people to the trade of that vast region than
any other man that ever studied the subject.
This was the judgment of Messrs. Sumner,
j Seward, and IiurHngamc, as well as all of the
leading papers ot tne country tnat were attracted
by bis wonderful resources in a pamphlet be
wrote in 1863 on American interests in Asia, in
which he did more to quicken and expand our
ideas of that great commercial point than any
writer that ever touched upon too subject. He
has spent the greater part of his life traveling
through the countries of the Asiatic continent
and islands, and having a full knowledge of their
language, customs and resources he is the best
available authority we can rely upon for the
introduction of American interests among tbem.
He is full of tbe moot valuable information, and
manifests tho most indomitable anxiety for open
ing up the inexhaustible wealth of that wonder
ful country. He has traveled from tho Black
Sea to the Yellow Sea, from Ceylon to the coun
tries beyond the Himalaya Mountains, from
Hong-Kong and Shanghai to the regions in the
interior of China; he has traversed kingdoms and
provinces, visited capitals and seats of govern
ments, seaports and centers of trade, and has
come to this country with a knowledge of tho
Asiatic continent acd its populations that de
serves, and should command, the highest respect
of every American citizen and especially Sena
tors and members of Congress. This is the class
of man that has been knocking at tho door of
Congress for the last seven years with a proposi
tion to utilize the vast trade of Asia in the in
terest of American industry. He simply asks
for the right " to cncour3ge"and promote tele
graphic communication between America and
tho Asiatic continent." Associated with him are
euch millionaires as Alvinza Hay ward, the cele
brated miner and capitalist; General John l
Miller, the president of tho Alaska Seal Company;
Leland Stanford, ex-Governor of California and
the president of the ' Central Pacific railroad;
Mark Hopkins, treasurer of the Central Pacific
railroad ; James C. Flood, ono of the bonanza
kings ; William Irwin, the present Governor of
California; O. II. Lagrange, superintendent of
tho U. S. Mint; "Win Alvord, vice president
Bank of California; John P. Jackson, partner of
Senator Jones ; Andrew Bryant, present Mavor of
San Francisco; and John lei ton, leading lawyer,
uii ut vuiuuiuia, unu ouv.il ucu us ucury full
ing, banker, and Julius Friedman, leading capita
list, of Portland, Oregon ; with Wni. Barnet
Phillips, and Henry O'Kielly, projector, construc
tor and organizer of the Atlantic, Lake and Mis
sissippi Telegraph Range in the year 1845.
These aro some of the men who stand ready to
promoto this project with tho knowledge and
enterpripe of Captain Moreno for the promotion
of Amcflean commerce, - and as preliminary
thereto, they propose, with the permission of the
Government, to lay an ocean cable from the west
ern coast of this continent to Asia, so as to re
lieve merchants and business men in the Pacific
States from the exaction of the present British
Cable Company, which, over their line, necessi
tates them to travel 25,000 miles in order to
communicato by cable with Australia, Japan, or
China, whereas with tho cable proposed by this
pacific Company the distanco would be reduced
to 6,000 miles, thus saving three-fourths of tho
distance, cost and time now expended. ,
The amount of money spent every year by our
Government and peoplo for cables over the
English line to Asia is larger than tho interest at
seven per cent, of the capital required to build
the 6ub-Pacific line. This, independent of any
other consideration, should have induced Congress
long ago to have given the right to lay an Ameri
can Pacific cable. But when we consider the
vast fields of wealth that will be open to us.
that it will put us in friendly competition for the
foreign trade of Japanese and Chinese seaports,
which now amounts to the enormous sum of two
thousand millions, not including the internal
commerce of these two vast empires, we are at a
loss to understand the American statesmanship
that stands in the way of an enterprise capable
of guaranteeing such results. Tho proposition
of tho Pacific Cable Company involves no experi
ment, but a work of easy achievement, and what
is strongly in its favor, the company represents
enough combined wealth, if necessary, to build
the entire line.
In view of all these facts, and many more,
familiar to every Senator and member of Con
gress who has given the slightest attention to the
subject, wo ask, in all reason, why American
enterprise receives so little encouragement? It
is certainly not because of any objection or pre
judice of the people, but, we fear, because there
is entirely too much legislative duplicity at
work in the council of the nation because wo
suficr-eurselves to become tbe victims of foreign
capitalists instead of their rivals. How long is
this to last? How long aro such men as Cyrus
Field to dictate terms to Congress? Three years
ago be found an easy instrument in Senator Cas
serly, of California, to carry out his designs;
this Congress New England supplies his remedy
in Senator Dawes ; but we cannot believe that
tbe motion he has interposed will amount to
anything more than a temporary delay, and that
such Senators as Howo of Wisconsin, Mitchell
and Kelley of Oregon, Jones of Nevada, Booth
of California, and other representative men of
all sections, led off by the intrepid Sargent, will
suffer their interest to be trifled with any longer,
but that they will demand, in tbe name of tbe
whole people that American enterprise and
American capital shall have some show, as far
as American.lcgislation can help them, in com
peting for the bidden treasure of the Orient.
'.' Spring Love Making.
Oh ! the soft, sweet language of love! as iu
etilly night we bear its gentle murmur.
44 Dost think spring hath come, Henri?''
44 Yes, dearest Consatina, I feel that 1 may as
sure you that this warmthness will be no more
dispelled by the wind. But why so strange a
44 Because I fain would clothe my nether ex
tremities in silken covering; were I assured of the
continuance of the present balmincss. To thee,
who art so good and wise, your Consatina looks
for counsel in r.ll thirg3 affecting her health and
Believe me, they are dear to mo, sweet one,
and 1 am proud that tbou shouldst deem me wor
thy to advise thee on a matter of so grave import.
1 am confidrnt thou has naught to fear in making
the change thou desirest. To prove the strength
of my conviction, I have but to inform yon that
only yesternight I laid aside me flannel."
44 Oh, Henri!' she gasped, clinging convuls
ively to bini; 44 was it not premature? Horrid
fears assail me. What if thou ebouldat take cold
and de-i ! Oh, me protector ! me ah "
44 Calm thyself, me angel ! There is no danger.
All will be well."
44 I shall hope for tho best. Henri, and pray
nightly that no rude blast shall return to chill
thy frame and place in jeopardy thy precious life.
What would silk stockings be to Consatina wert
tboa gone? a hollow mockery, a stuffless fa
bric." Then they clinched, and we left. Brunswick
Dr. Lawrence A. Washington, the grand nephew
and nearest living relative of President Washington,
is expected at Mount Vernon scon. His home it in
Mary Jane in a New Place-
Missis 'Uxtable. o ecvinty-nine, Parrerdico
t'-rri!", Valwjrtb road. South Ileast, was an old
party a drorei !cr hioeuaie from tbe Funs, as
she tetcht it relar twice a year, in a foorwhecler
run (r shine, beio" well known to the h-jffisLaJiJ
at ti e Bank, secin as he allis tkt 'cr poll-p-irrii
in the cab long with er, as well Vr lavtit
dawg, which ansercd to the r.ame o' Biler, owin'
to puffin, till he got to3 fat to anser to any thick, j
an lile were a torchcr.
This same parrit were a most einglcr bird, an
took me quite aback when 1 fiw went to my new
flttce. o sooner 'ad I knockt, than a ehrill
woice hexclams, You're birish, you uzzy !
You're birisb ! Go along with you, do !"
O, says 1, drorin myself hup a bit! O, in
deed," I ears; hinsults to begin with, chf"
and feelin aetermint sich insiniwation shouldn't
pass, I calls thro tbe key ole, No more birish
then yourself, Missis Uxtab!e, as ought to know
better than be'ave in sich a manner as its epenin
tbe door you should be arfter an not abusin tbe
Jroucg person as you've hiegsged quite reg
ar." Well, with that there corned a peal o larfter,
an' then a wilent noise like drorin corks, as I
thought Missis U. ad 'ad a wisitation o' Provi
dents for 'er mockin langwidgc, an I were jest
goin to fetch a pleeccman to beat the door in, as
I hcxj'ected to find my new missis purpel on the
mat, when the door hopens an a young 'ooman,
what were Missis 'Uxtable's niece, says, Oh,
Mary Jane, you musn't mind what you 'card,
'twas only the 'parrit," an as she mention the
name, believe me, sir, the bird calls out, Oh,
you wicked story. teller, you !" an began drorin
corks, agen in the most wilent manner.
Arfter treadin' on a cat or two, an' bein'
fritened arf out of my wits by a doormouce as run
up my legs in the passidge, 1 managed to get
down to the kitching, tho' even then I wasn't
free, as there was a moultin kenary ung hup
"andy tho range an' a Pummyrainan dawg in the
cornir on a bit o hold carpet as tored up one o'
my apurns afore the day were over.
I 'ave reasing to believe that Missis 'Uxtable
was crosst in love when young, since when ehe'd
devoted 'er sole to dum' animals, as is all werry
well as long as she don't want to dewote no one
else's sole to 'era. It seems to me that heveryone
must 'ave a somethink.
Mr. Longfellow has been chosen poet and ExGov.
ernor Seymour orator for the Centennial celebration
of the surrender cf Burgoyne at Saratoga, on October
Tho King of Buruiah has employed, an English
man to erect a cotton mill in bis territory. The
establishment is to contain 29.000 spindles, and is
to cost C 40.000. He gave a hearty reception to
Mr. Grosvenor's party trom China.
The spirit of olJ Jeffreys is cot extinct in England.
Y judge at Birmingham attributes the increase of
crime to the humanitarians, who, in suing tbe
back of the ruffian from the lasb, give an impetus to
aggravated assaults that has told with frightful
severity on suffering humanity.
The United States ship Porltmouth is to go into
commission, to take the place of the Tusearora,
which vessel has been ordered out. Commander
Miller and all the officers except the engineers have
been ordered from the latter to the former vessel.
The Portsmouth will sail on a surveying expedi
tion. Rev. John S. C. Abbott has no hope cf recovery.
From his dying bed at Fair Haven he sent recently
to an autograph colleetor two cards, one of which
was inscribed, "John S. C. Abbott, daily expecting
the arrival of the 4 Chariot of Israel' to take him to
his heavenly home. July 14, 1376." On the other
was written, 4 'Penciled on a sick and dying bed of
A curious lawsuit is being conducted at Toulouse,
in France. An oyster-opener, whilst opening a few
oysters for immediate consumption, found in one of
tbem a magnificent pearl worth several thousand dol
lars. This the oyster-opener at once pocketed, but
the buyer of the oysters insisted that it was his. He
claimed that ho had bought shells, juice, oysters and
everything ; but the oyster-opener alleged that he
had only bought tbe oysters. Tbe question of owner
ship of the pearl has not yet been decided.
The latest dispatches from Bulgaria disclose the
significant and borriblo fact that among all tbe thou
sands of refugees who fled before tbe advance of the
Turkish armies not a single girl above tbe age of 10
years is to be found. Whenever the BashiBazouks
and Circassians nantnr IIorTPcrninian or Servian
or Bulgarian village, they slaughter tho men and
seize upon the young women and girls to sell them
to the wealthier lurks to replenish their harems
It 19 no wonder that tbe people of tbe Provinces
prefer extermination to submission to the Turkish
The Wak is Ccba. Insurgent Successes Repor
ted. Havana, via Key West, August 18th. On
tho 1st instant, sixty insurgents, belonging to the
regiment of Ingleaito, attacked Fort Jacques, in tho
jurisdiction of Cienfuegos, and demanded its sur
render. The men inside of the fort, numbering
fourteen, refused tbe demand and began firing.
wben the insurgents set nre to tne rort, wnicn was
destroyed, and the beseiged all burned to death
On the 2d 106 men and six officers of Spanish troops.
commanded by Fernandez, in the jurisdiction of
Villa Gars, were attacked by a superior insurgent
force, and Fernandez and twenty-three men killed
A Virginia (Nev.) paper of Aug. 8d savs : 44 If
the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the
truth about tbe growing evil of opium smoking
could be laid bare for the inspection or tbe really
respectable citizens of Virginia, it would be simply
appalling. The opium smokers held high carnival
in Chinatown last night; not less than one hundred
and fifty white persons of both sexes the majority
of them being members of the respectable class of
our citizens were under tbe influence cf tbe deadly
drug. Reposing in rude bunks or on the floor,
their souls wrapped in forget fulness of everything
but tbe frightful influences of the moment they pres
ented an appearance or degradation to bring a blush
of shame to the most hardenced. The habit is con
stantly growing in this city, and it seems altogether
impossible for tbe authorities to stop it, if indeed
they are inclined to mako any eSorts in that direc
Ticuborne Again. It appears that we are to
have another - Tichbourne infliction. The Mel
bourne correspondent of tbe Ballarat Star writes :
" Arthur Oiton, the real, the veritable that
legal myth of whom so many were incredulous,
has been found, and Ticbborne bonds are up a
gain. By tbe time this is perused by your readers
the news will have been cabled to England, to
gladden the heart of the conSnee of Newgate, and
the ho!der9 of Ticbborne debentures will have
fumbled the crisp documents in their cash-boxes,
and have speculated how they shall expend their
prospective fortuness. To the Melbourne agent of
the Claimant belongs tbe credit of tbe discovery,
for after intent fossicking he has discovered, or be
lieves he has, tho real Author Orton, who has been
for many years under the alias of Alfred .Smith, an
inmate of tbe lunatic asylum on tbe banks of the
Parramatta River, within fifteen miles of Syd
ney." Meteorological Tables. On this topic the New
York Times remarks as follows :
Commonly received notions of meteorology are
often surprisingly inaccurate. Perhaps nine people
out of ten, if asked whether most rain fell annually
iu New York or London, would reply unhesitatingly
in the latter. But tbe figures are 25 inches for Lon
don and 43,50 inches for New-York. Tbe two ex
tremes of considerable cities are St. Petersburg and
Vera Cruz respectively ; the mean rain fill in the
first being 17,05 and the second 183 inches per
annum. In San Francisco, despite its "rainy season"
the average fall is precisely that of London. It is
said that the heaviest amount known to be received
by any part of this world drops on the Kbasia Hills
to the north-west of Culcutta, and is equal to 600
inches annually. Rarely or never does rain descend
on Zahars, and no day passes without it on Juan
Fernandez. There is not tbe least doubt that the rain
fall is measurably within the power of man to con
trol; so that if tbe once famous Prof. Esft was
mistaken as to means, he was quite right as to ends
Several splendid estates in tbe West-Indies have bean
almost ruined by cutting down tbe timber on tbem,
while in tbe upper provinces of Egypt where rain
was abso'ntely unknown a few yers ago, there are
now frequent showers as a result of tbe twenty mil
lions of trees planted by Mehemet All Even tbe
desert, it is now known, can be made to blossom as
tbe rose by simply observing and copying the laws
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BECOME
Proprietor of this
Is now prepared to execute all orders in tis line wilh neat
ces and dispatch.
He would also say that he has secured the services of the
former employees of the Laaniry, which will be an additional
The Work will be Thoroughly Done !
And no effort cn hl part will be spared to bring the Laatdry
In favor with the public generally. XT Terms moderate.
J8 JAMES BEJrros.
3!AaafartartJ j the Pari8 Eaktor Ialal Uwaaij
f Saa ) rsBrl.
BEST PAINT 1 TBI WORLD
rwiIII PAI.VT IS PCT CP IX QI ARTCR.
m. one aoa ere irawxi (tea, uw is ore kuoq pa-4 asa bar
ria. It la rrtTwl ia par aoov wait-, et black, arsl !l
eolors, eenprl5iii2 acy comber c d.ffrreot shades.
Is Beady for Iminedlato Uso!
bt-lr.g a fret adrantspe. as It ean be nsed by any one.
The Rubber Paiat is unaffected by change of trmperatare, is
imrerrtcus l? a:er, is adapted to all claarcs it work, asd Is
EVERY WAY A BETTER
tor liihrr ouuide or iolde srork than ar.y other faint
ana wiu iasi at iran iwtce as long.
Fsr Wscans irUItaral Iaplfaeits, East ai4
Ye It ka as Fitl.
The Kutber 1'tint dries with a (Iras equal to varciah, aad
at the same time so adhesive aod elaalie that it will not crack
or peel off, i nd U therefore admirably adapted to boose palat
Irg in this climate.
In a! Jit ion to the above.
It is the cheapest paint ever imported here
Sample Cards of different shades to be seen at the OSce of
the Agtot for Sale in Quantities tc Suit Purchasers.
XT Orders from the other Islands acix-itrd, especially firm
the.: wh Irt-nl repainting their dwellings.
W. C. IRWIN & Co.,
ii li Za Sole A genu for lh tlawaliaa Is.
H. HACKFELD &CO.
1W GOODS EX U II !
J)INK PADS, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE
GROUND PRINTS, MUSLINS,
Horrocks' Long Cloth, A 32 in. A 3d in. B
and U 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 Silcsias,
Black Lnetings, Flax Padding,
Cotton and Linen Thread, white, black nnd
brown, assorted numbcrB,
White & Brown Cotton Turkish Towels, &c,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchief0, whito and
. Table Cloths, Men's Sock,
Ladies Stockings, assorted;
Whito and Brown Cotton Undershirts, and
Water-proof aud Flannel Shirt?.
Black Lace Shawls, Silk Umbrellas,
Plaids, Ponchos, Monkey Jackets,
Flannel Sacs and Pants,
Buckskin and Cloth Sacs and PantH,
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,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bits, and Spurs,
French and German Calfskins,
India Rubber Balls, Feather Dupters,
Blank Books, Bloc Notes,
Genuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Brooches, &c,
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 Tuba, Galv. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
French, English and German Groceries !
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, &c, &c.
Wax Tapers, Camphor, Safety Matches,
Wbite Zinc, White Lead, Green & Black Paints,
Berlin Blue, Ilubbuck's Paint Oil.
Johannisbcrger, Liebfrauenmilch, Claret,
Champagne, Flcidsieck's, &c.
Sparkling Hock, quarts and pints.
Key Brand, St. Paul's, Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale & Porter, Bavarian Beer, qts & pts
Cognac Brandy, Gin, &c, Alcohol in Demijohns.
CIGARS HAVANA ANT GERMAN.
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg Rivets,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, io.' in. 1 in. 1 in.
Babbitt! Metal, Hoop Iron, . i M
Fence "Wire, Xos. 4, 5 and 6.
Wrapping Paper, Horse Rope, white;
Corkf. Moulding, Looking Glasses & Cbromo4;,
Tumblers, Water Monkeys, Gambier and Catch,
Demijohns, , 1, 8 and 5 galls., Market Baskets,
Birch Brooms, Cement. Fire Claj, Fire Bricks,
Slates, Barrels and Casks, &c, &c.
&te made to arrive. Orders from the other islands
executed on arrival.
SAMPLES NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION,
IB tt7 tia Ear ua B I fiBBVi
Ooruor or Fort nucl JMorolinxit Utrootst, Xtoitolithu
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
drugs am in;i)ini;s. ciirwcal acids
Also, a very Complete Line of Druggist's Sundries and Fancy Goods !
rrw;rc noariy rrrjt.Vr rM in run.:M's Mock, k- ewarti .!
Perfumery, Soaps, Combs, B rushes. Toilet and Sachot Powdora,
Sponges and TOILET ARTICLES, in general.
-fV Complete Lino or Colcrnto : Co.n Konpw !
PfirSICIaVN'S. PLANTATION'S A N l lll- ORDER will Hmttf -!t AlltUsi.
Star Mill Medicated Paper.
rnraicuyif pkescmptioxs i Aiu:n u.y rnt:rAi;ED. jvy t.
alvaxiiscd. CorruQatcd HLooCliia
h FINE mr. OF SHELF
Will be Soltl at ICECIPItOCIXY PRICES !t
Ex Vnsco lc Gxiiiixi, City ol Melbourne, I. C.
Uliirrny, and Syren, by
riMIE FINEST ASSORTMENT OP PR I NTH IN THE MARKET. PLAIN COLORft
light aod dark and robei a few pieces of Fane Trimming. Prints, W hits Mailarolams, V Ms Cation BtiUaf .
100 In i Cheap Unbleached C.lton, Fins blrachrd Cotton, Ilarokln'a A at 0 fins and Medium rnltkacbM Cotior,
A snperior asaortment ot Watcrpror.N, ll wool atvl cotton and wool Woe, frrjr and fntden.
For CSrOXXtlOTYl oxx'o 7Voctx !
FINEST BLACK BROADCLOTH AND DOESKINS, ALL WOOL TWEEDS, WHITE
AND BUFF LINEN DICK, FINE WHITE MOLESKIN, FINEST WHITE
MARSEILLES VESTING, LINEN PANT TIFFS. IIROWW LINEN
ALSO RECEIVED Fancy Wool OvcnUrls, Cotton LmlTMrU, Grey Wool Flanix I, fins and Median ftrarlrt fUDosIs
Few Pieces Nos. 6, 0 and 12 FK BLCK OIIOU GRAIN RIBBONS, VERT CIIIAP, Rum la Dlsner and Crssh.
II Linen Napkins, Java Canraa, Mosquito Selling-, blue Flannel. A few KINsC ULAC'K LAMA f . A t sC
II A W'lA. Table Damaak. eilicias. Veil Barr.w. black Haircloth, thna ThntaJ. .
ai.bv epcar s riacKSon a itiroraiea assorted tllea. Dat.
TtllE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE.
CEITKO from tbe East and Ban Frsnclaco, In addition
to his usual large assortment cf Carriage Material, the following
from 1 inch to 3 Inches.
OAK AND HICKORY RIMS,
from 1 inch to Ti Inches.
FINE ASSORTMENT HUBS, ALL SIZES.
Felloes for OxCart, Assorted Size?, Oak ad Art;
Ulckory Wagon and Buggy Shafts, fioiahed aod rough;
Poles, Wagon asd Carriage, finished and rough,
Whiffletrees, Doubletrees, Crossbars, Tokes, peat Rail,
9eat Pplndles, Wagon &tid Buggy Bow,
Consisting of Steel and Iron Axles, Spring Slay traces. Foot
Bans, Step Pads, Body Loop, Whiffle tree Conpllngs and Per-
ales. Stake Irons, Cockeyes, Hub Bsnda, plain, sllrered and
oroide, screw car ped Ceotrsl Titrk rcttern, Pole Crabs, ftep
Treads, Body "top, Wwr Irons,
FINE Asst. of OVAL MOULDINGS
in Brass and Oold, from 1 to J inch.
Croat 8trai SXountlnicM contiutitg rf
Dismonl Centres, Buckles, Strap Ilolder Loops g'M a oroide
A FEW 8CPERI0R
EXGLUn A AMERICAN PTTLFA
BASKET PHAETON BODIES .'
TjrOr.est.d Two-seated, which will te put op la the bett
possible manner to order, at shert notlee.
CARRIAGES ALWAYS ON HAND
Or manufactured with dispatch Firt
ployed In all branches.
CIsm Workmen rm-
A continuance ofthe public patronago I. rr?p?ctfull siiclu j.
ALL ISLAND ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTEXnr.I) TO.
Xos. 71. 78 and 73 King 8t. Honolulu. U. I.
Offers For Sals
Mntlsn, Ten I, Salsa
at tbe FISH MARKET STALLS, Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21. at tlie
Lowest Market Rates. Please give me a rail. mil ly
Kmooth, assorted sites. KOIKJfcll ft BO.MS CfcLKBKaTaD CUTLtKV-bclaaors, Tucket Knlres, BtiKUrand Tl.le
Knives, a few sets of their beM Silver Plated aclasors; Bridle Huckl. a. 6 1, 8-4, T- and I Inch llnnrdi Peart rat ar.d
Bhirt Boitona. beat )Oalities. Find and Cod Linea In variHy, Blrarhed aod L nl.lcart.rcl. Pant Burk Irs Hoop Lxllaa
Carry and Mane Combs, PercuMion Cap, 4 6. . 10 B- Bhot. Fm Tn.kaand Hath "pooae. CbaaxWs bklns. Ts
Kettles, 2 and quarts O.lvaoitfd Wa.h Ba Ins. rialranlsed Tuba, 12 to S In brat T Illorea. ta II la. Mllward
Needles. BET ANNEALED A M T A It It K l a. A FtCCI.U WIKE. liubuaurk's
Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, llubbtick's Whito Zlno and Lead, Aarmted Paints In Oil, Bast On and Olnrxr. Prpnar.
Cream Tartar. Pnra White Castile Boap, fardlnea, French Vrllow, Yellow Ochra, Wblcine and Chalk. Oa Bows 14
and 2 Inch; Ox Yokes 4. and . Paris Plows. Katrle and 80 Plows. Kitra P..ota. Harrows, Culiirators and Morse
Hoes. DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL DIRECT FROM DOWNfck COMPANY, IwVoOt KeVoseni
Oil, a-ood and cheap. "
Also on Hand. A General Assortment of Agricultural Implements f
A FEW DOZEN WARD fc PAYNES CELEBIIATICD '. 3W HUE IP 511 KA IIS, THE
BKST QUALITY HAD K.
The aloo with many other articles to be Immd at LOWEST PHICKJt, at
FEXCE WIRE!! !
.1, and .
a. V afcC"
VTIIITR ZINC AMI) I.KAD. liriUlL'CK' II RAT PAI-K
MOILED LINftKiaf UIIM
PAINTS, ALL COtORS 1
PAINT URC8IIE. A FINE LOT OP Ilt'll.l4
1 GOOD STOCK OP AaKICriYTURAI,
By DILLINGHAM & C0
Oft IV OT Klxg Birrl, lUaal.
half round lutur, and i.m J .i ..i
CASTLE & COOKE'S.
STOVES AND RANGES !
rtnriE UNDERSIGNED HAVE It ECRIVED
1 EX MA h Y BfcLLK llOBCHTt AND D, C. Ml' Ml AY
the lotlowing list of frtore. aod Baoges.
BUCK'S PATENT For Wood or Coal.
MAGNA CHA It T A For Wood, seven sites.
IRON CLAD With Cast Iron warm clo-t and
copier reserroir, large family tore.
St PERIORSIs botes, a good srUde.
la't h arUrle
for small families, very
LAUREL, for Wood or Coal.
Tills Bangs Is said U hsvs the Isrgeat sale rf any of it
style on the Pacific eoaat. 4 aire..
AUo, Jul at Land, a bu aasortmorit f
Glasgow Stoves & Ranges!
Comprising the following list t
MMTREM RANOE. 1, , Of '
VICTKKM HTOVE. O, T. 0
PACIFIC CABOOSE I
Making In all cue of the most complete assortments of 'tores
Ranges. A c, erer on sale in this Msrket.
XT tery rtov warranted.
Also, a full line of
Materials. House Water Closets.
Faucets, Lead and Iron ri-a. Sheet Lead, 2 1-3 to 0 lbs., Ac.
Toilet Sits, plain and fanryi Water Coolers, fcc, 4;C
CALL AXD ZXAMINK AT No. 0 Kaahumsna firm
Orders from the ether I,Unds wiH Lav oer let attenlion
and at lowest figure. Goods carefully parked.
aula ly J. NOTT Ax Cm.
VISITORS AT IIILO. AND PARTIES EN
RuLTK FOR TtlH VOLCANO, can find
BOARD AND LODGING
AT REASONABLE BATE3, at the above establishment.
HORSES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At short notice, and allairranrrments wis J th trip to tbs
mountain. (Jy32 ly) C. K. H4PA4.