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CONSTANTLY' OK HANOI
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP (IIAMERY k SHIP STORES.
For Snlr by
PEE CITY OF SYDNEY, .
FRj'M M AMLA DI RECT, V I A S A N FRAN
CISCO, another invoice cf tbose
SUPERIOR CIGARS !
Put up ia boxes of 200 esrh.
For Sale by
BOLLKS Jt CO.
California Potatoes and Onions !
RECEIVED PER CITV OF ;
For Sale by
B0I.LE3 ft CO.
FRESH SALMON !
AND 2 I.B. CA VS. FRESH PACKED.
of Catch 1ST0. Also, COLUMBIA RIVF.R SALMON in
aolO r For fate by BOLLES Jk Co.
Fruits Prepared by the Alden Process !
flKARS, OF DIFFERENT VARIETIES;
I. rtnma, e., &c. For fate by
SIZES FROM t-Gs 1-2 INCH, in UUAN
TITIE3 to wit. Received per "CH." For mH hv
BOLLES fc CO.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
SALMON BELLIES !
IX BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS.
Received per ialkinburjr, It days from Portland.
CSES OREGON PILOT BREAD.imaUeakci.
For Ella by BOLLES fc CO.
C IIIIVA BRICKS
IIORTLT EXPECTED DIRECT FROM
40.000 Extra larje sixe, and 60 to 100.000
2.1 all of the Beat quality HARD BKICKS. and
will be 8M Lvr. by
B0LLE3 k CO.
rlXTRA FAMILY AND BAKERS'
Flour, received per Murray, this day-
For Pule by
BOLLE3 & CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
TEW CROP. AXD IN FINE ORDER;
1 ceived this day per D i; Jturray
For Sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
California Red Brick '.
A FEW THOUSAND OF GOOD QUALITY
received this day per Mary Belle Roberta, and I foi : sale by
BALTIMORE OYSTERS !
REI1 FROM THE FACTORY OF LOCI3
I? McMurray & Co., received per Ceylon, ia cases of two
Joxen each-eOO D.zen-la one and tw .pound Can..
For aale low y (auU) BOLLES if CO.
California Lime and "White Brother!"
V-1XGLISI1 PORTLAND CEMENT. BEST
E ftutj : VJskle by (mhll) BOLLES ft CO.
Blocks and Oars!
For Sale by
BOLLK9 ft CO
. ....r vs rttr tup I,4VREXCE FAC
A tory assortment of Numbers Xtf.tt
PR IV THOlSAJiU juva .-"-
ITY, 1 0 x 1 0, wlU be sold cheap, by
nROM 78 2,3001b.. RECEIVED PER
f " Cleta," ana ior sic uy
BOLLES ft CO.
YOU SEE HAVE PROVIDED
l myself with one of those
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
which will tant the Baggage Smashers, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
WAere be found amj or
mmim w the
--Among which are
Lilies' SotUt Solo Leather Trunks, riveted edge ;
Indict' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, tewed edges;
Ladles' Elcirant Leather Covered Saratogas.
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
: Ladies' Kmbossed Zinc Saratoga?.
LadieV Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases,
. Ladies' Bussia Leather Shopping Valises,
u Ladies' Bags and Beticulea In all sizes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trunks,
LADIES STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
Ad article much in demand, stowing neatly under the state
?oliil Pole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
G-nt's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunks in all sties;
Oent'a Bound Edge Trunk.
0nC SoliJ Sole Leather Valises,
Gent's Bridle Leather Values,
Gent's So. 1 nd 2 Boston Valines,
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
nont'n Elerant Rus3ia Leather
Travelling Cases. 1
Uent's Shawt and Blanket Strapa, Trunk Straps,
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
In fact everything in the above line and
at Bed Hock J-ices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
. AX ELEGANT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE TOE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Joat the thing Ibr the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
P, nvrrd here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
Slippers, and In fact everything In all well appointed Boot ar.d
All thi nhniip. lines of Goods tcill be Sold
at Prices to suit the Times.
These Good are well kaswn here aid need
n remnendatla. Every Pair
ja8 " Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
JUST BECEIVEDJER KA HOI. AN
HEIDSIECK & CO.'S
Grand Vln Royal,
ia QaartJ ami Pint
ror Bale at Agents' rates by
n. IIACKFELD & Co.,
Sole Agents for Meiers. ITeidsleck ft Co.,
I AM OF F: OjL&9w
PHIX-ADEPIHA ! !
Importers and Dealers in
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
Tongncl fc Grooved , .Snrlhced,
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS,
1J in. 4. It'. nrv 1x0. f r
Scantling, Boards, Plank,
Battens-lx3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2,
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tonga ed and Groevcd
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE 1
2x12 to 16x10;
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLINDS, all sizes;
White Lead i Sine !
PAINT O I L 4i SM A LL I A I NT. CHEAP.
Putty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 and 3,
Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAINT,
For Plnntntion or any Othr
Butts fi; Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, &c.
. 3NT .A- I Ij i3 !
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
NOR' WEST LUMBER
LEWERS AND DIGKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
Nor' West 1 inch Boards. Nor? West 1 Flank,
Nor' West 14 in. Tlank; 2, 3, and 4 in. Tlank
Nor' West Tongued & Grooved Coarils, 111
Nor' West Surfaced, 1 in. 1 and l.J.
Nor' West Scantling, all size?;
Nor' West Timber, nil sizes:
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
l?cr I-I. W. Almy,
il CHOICE CARGO
Rl WOOD ' LUMBEll !
1 inch Boards IJ, li and 2 inch,
Rongh Surfaced, 1 in. 1, 2 and 3 in. of the
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3xi rests, Red Wood; 4x4 Posts, Red ood;
4x6 Posts, Red Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Tost?,
Kough and Clear.
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
TvmiTiif. and firooved Boards. Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood, H;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
ALL SIZLS ;
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead, Zinc Taint,
Chromo Green, Taris Green, Chromo Yellow,
Red Lead. Clack Paint, Varnishop.
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c, &c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER!
Orders from the other Elands filled with
care and dispatch.
LEWERS Si. DICKSON.
rWMIE FIRE-PRUOf si uari en ituern
1 niM.f utplv ncennied bv C. S. Bartow Ean., n? an
.! Dnnm Pnaapocinn eiren immediately.
Apply to rch VT. V. i AnKF.
SiTI RDA Y. SEPT.
Chinese in the United States.
Measures cf .JouUfal character are often sustain
ed by false or frite'em charge and sophistical ar
gameots. If Nboili u to be put to death, a fIse
charg? of having curs l Gol and the king is brought
again! him. Wheo Ari-tiJes U t- be catrtcised,
he is accuse-l of bcui- too powcrM, of haTing too
miny friends, or his fellow citizens are tired of hear
ing him called "Tht Jvstr In like manner, the
Californians bring many charges against the Chi
nes?, in order to prevent farther immigration. The
nreiJenta of the six CLinese companies cf San Fran
cisco answer these charges in their memorial to Pres
ident Grant. Those in hostility to the Chinese have
aserted that " not one virtuous Chinese woman has
been brought into the country." To this the memo
rialists reply that a few hundred chaste, home
keeping mothers are Lere, and probably a thouiand
children of Chinese .families who have been bom
here. And more would have been brought over, had
it not been for those outbursts cf indignation,
which have not encouraged such immigration.
If many prostitutes have been imported, it was done
for the gratification of white men. Vile Americans
favor this, because they make money out of it. Ihey
could stop it, if they would. Chinese mercnams uu-
dertook to send these miserable women iack 10
China, but a certain lawyer prevented it, by getting
out a writ of habeas corpus, and the courts decided
that they had a right to stay in the country, if they
To the charge that the Chinese do not purchase
real estate, and therefore are not a kind of immi
grants to be wisely encouraged, it is answered that
while the public sentiment has not been such as to
encourage the Chinese to invest thus, still they have
done so already to the amount of over 800.000 in
San Francisco alone."
"To the (gentlemanly) charge that the Chinese
diet is apt to be different from our own, it is asked,
in answer, whether this be a sin."
To the charge that the Chinese are of no benefit
to this country it is suggested that the railroads they
have built, and the manufactories they have served,
are surely a benefit. That the daily toil of 100,000
men cannot fail to enrich the country; while the
$2,000,000 which the Chinese annually pay in du
ties at the San Francisco custom house alone, ana
the $200,000 which are annually paid by Chinamen
as a poll tax, with some hundreds of thousands ot
dollars paid also in taxes cn personal property, and
in other ways, are probably just as enriching to the
national pocket as the same number of dollars paid
by any other persons."
In fine, if the Chinese are realJy aetnmentai 10
the interests of the United States, a modification of
the existrng treaty may be effected; and this would
not be altogether unacceptable to the Chinese gov
ernment" If the Chinese should be driven from
the United States, why should Americans be permit
ted to live in China ?
Some Reasons why Boys -should not use
1. It is a filthy habit Those who use tobacco are
ever spitting on the floors of sitting rooms, churches,
stores, on side-walks", and on the decks of vessels,
wherever they chance to be. In addition to the
filthiness of the practice, it ia Tiard on ladies who
wear trailed dresses. Smokers saturate their beard,
their hair and their clothes with the fumes of burn
ing or burnt tobacco, and their breath becomes offen- ;
sive, and the breath of chewers is even more offen
sive. " Many a lady opens her parlor windows and
doors to ventilate the room after a gentleman smoker
has called.." Boys who believe the proverb, " Clean
liness is next to godliness," will avoid the use of to
bacco. 2. Another objection to the use of tobacco is its in
fluence on character. In smokers there is often a
perceptible deterioration of courtesy and politeness.
I do not undertake to account for the fact, but
smokers often ignore the rights of others to breathe
tne pure, uniainieu air vi ueuncu.
times complain that their enjoyment at a party wa
prevented by a smoker on the veranda. So smokers
on the side-walks have little regard to the rights oi
ladies and others whom they meet, but keep puffing
away and vitiating the air all around them, w
ought not a habit to be avoided that tends in any
way to discourtesy, and to diminish one s considera
tion for the rights and enjoyment of others?
3. The influence of tobacco on health is another
reason against its use. Says Dr. Richardson, " It
causes indigestion, out of which consumption often
originates." Indigestion or dyspepsia is a very com
mon, and a very troublesome disease. When it gets
full possession it destroys the comfort of life, and
renders one irritable and peevish. Smoking injures
the eyes. " Tho symptoms of injury are pain in the
eye, luminous specks and bright images. When
reading the lines dance, and after looking at a bright
light, an image of it often remains for a few
Smoking blunts the sense of hearing, and causes
a sharp ringing in the ears, or sharp, shrill sounds."
The ammonia in tobacco smoke bites the tongue, and
dries the moutb; and this dryness causes thirst, and
often leads to intemperance.
4. The use of tobacco is a profitless habit. If you
determine to have nothing to do with it, you will
never desire it, or feel the want of it. When a small
boy I once tasted of it, and since then I have regard
ed tobacco as an abomination, only fit to destroy
5. It is an expensive habit a habit that few com-
tuirativelv can afford. Thousands and thousands or
dollars are every year puffed away in emoke on these
islands, and a large part of these thousands is needed
to build and furnish houses, to purchase clothing, to
increase the comforts of families and for self-education.
Some years ago Par ton wrote and published a
convincing essay on the question "Does it pay to
smoke? ' Taking the negative of the question, he
showed both by facts and arguments, which have
never been refuted, that it does not pay to smoke.
Beware boys how you form so injurious and foolish a
habit, for in forming it, you surrender your liberty,
you become slaves. S?e-ex.
Is the history of European nations there is noth
ing more wonderful than the rapid growth of the
German navy. Less than thirty years ago, says a
writer in the Edinburg Review, the naval force of j
Prussia consisted of a single sailing vessel and two j
rowing gunboats; to-day tbe German Empire is en- (
titled to rank third among the maritime powers of j
the world. " j
The experience of confidence in the prospeots of
success which are reported from Republican sources j
in Tariona carts of the country, the New York j
Tribune says, are warranted by the general drift of
opinion, and especially by the mingled disappoint
ment aad distrust excited by the letters of Tilden
and Hendricks. Apart from all other considerations,
the country is naturally repelled by anything that
bears the semblance of insincerity. The evident
honesty of Hayes and Wheeler is one of their strong
est recommendations. They were prompt, frank,
straightforward in their statement of views suggest
ed by the action tf the Cincinnati Convention.
The Mobile Register adds this to its discussion of
the suffrage question : The grave question to be set
tled at muoh cost is. What is to be done to get rid of
the negro as a voter? Sooner or later, with more or
less dispatch, he will be disfranchised and thrust out
of politics. White men of all parties and of every
crade ftf reliffion or moral conviction may as well
come quickly to the consideration how to get the
negro out of politics with the least confusion and J
cost. He must go, and there is no profit in standing ;
long upon the order of his goiog. The question of j
sufirage belongs to the States respectively. When J
the reorganized Democracy ot iiO go into omce
each State will be allowed to settle this and all other
social and domestic issues for itself and in its own
way, without any interference from the general
government. Then, and not till then, can we begin
. the work of resetting our shattered political and our
demoralized social institutions upon correct fnunda-tloni
Sandwich Islanders at the Centennial.
Ti.oSAtidwich Islanders, from whom les could
bV r.'3'cnardT expected than from any ether peo-
participating in our CVntennial. according w
c.rr.r.3int of the N. Y. Irihur.' show credi- :
ub!.- sp. it.uni ol ir.dutml skill. T bey make
round j.n of a rich dark-veined wood, varying m ;
diou-iiMMU from the size ct an apr''e t! c'f a
big pumpkin, and provided wi.h coTcrstbat t to a ;
nicetv. An expert wood-turrcr with she aid or
. miih ncrr COUia POl rriHllltf uruvi vi
more ymetrical work. A number of well-mado j n
table, inlaid with diamond-shaped piece ol ' dif- ;
fercnt colored wood?, are nio fbowa -, and there .
rr laiiMtA shaviotrs from the arrow-root
plant that are in better ta?te than mneh French
rnillinerv. and fans of tb same material that. f
sold in onr store, would be eager! v bought fnr
thir novelty and beauty. Two of the caej nro
filled with the contribution ot th Dowager Queen
Fmmn, comprising fans, bats royal plumes that
look like feather brushy wooden bowls, a va
riety of savage ornaments and stone implements
r i t-vi.; n-.a f tho ncitv Island". Also a
fine collpction cf ferns, mineral?, and crystals : j
i cces ot knells, corais ami muu , , .
I lh chief staple of the Island? and good "pecimens ,
' of rice and coffee. There are a fow paintings ot j
: wenerv by native artists rather erode a works s
; of art," but valuable as giving f.t'uhful ropreenta- ;
! lion of the appearance of the island.
'oni!ering tho small extent and limited re- ;
Ponree of the little archipelago kingdom, il is cer- j
! Mini? entitled to great credit for its representa- j
tion at the Fair. There are several of th wealthy
i and populous States but a few hours' journey by
! tail from Philadelphia that hnre not done a well.
. - J
The exhibit of the schools of Hawaii is interest- i
iu, not on account cf iu size, but a3 an indica- ,
lion of the rapid progress the Islands have made ;
in this direction. Most visitors are surprised to j
Cud the evidence of good schools here, taught by i
cultured natives, and supervised with a care that j
would do credit to Massachusetts. We learn from .
nf the Educational Board that there i
are 202 Common Schools, with an attendance of
0,27 1 pupils, besides a number of private board
in" schools, and IT seminaries and colleges. The
public schools are under the supervision of Mr. II.
R. Hitchcock, Inspector-General, and ample pro
vision is made for their support. The photo
graphs of teachers, pupils, and buildings are very
interesting. The text-books are printed In the
Roman alphabet, but iu the Kanaka language, and
thf y appear to be, in character and scope, very
much like our own, especially in the illustrations.
The "Am. Bookseller,'7 on the Cenfennml Exhibi
tion. A Mare's Nest.
The enemies of the Hawaiian treaty have all at
once discovered that the law enforcing it is uncon
stitutional. A section of the Constitution declares
that "no preference shall be given by any regulation
of commerce or revenue to the ports of one State
over another." The treaty allows the rice and
sugar imports of the Hawaiian islands to enter the
ports of the United States free from duty. But the
only ports these commodities are likely to enter are
those of the Pacific coast. On this account it is held
to be a commerciai;regulation partial to these States.
This is not the reasonable construction of the Con
stitution. The evilentmeaniBg of the section quoted
is that duties on imported commodities generally
shall be equal and uniform at all the ports of the
country, but not that the Government shall be pro
hibited from discriminating in favor of this, that
or another country by treaty regulation. The sugar
and rice of Hawaii is as free to enter the porta of
New York. Boston, Baltimore or Charleston as San
Francisco; and only will not be entered there be
cause it is cheaper anil more convenient to enter n.
all here, at Portland, Oregon, and on Puget sound.
Whether this treaty be for good or evil, it is now the
supreme law, and cannot be annulled by a false con
struction of the Constitution like this. S. F. Chro
nicle, .lug. 24-
i)v Newman Hall eay3 tbe churches of Great
Britain hate lost 30,000 members within three years
The Japanese government has abolished tbe old
national holiday, which was every fifth day, and has
ordered the observance of the European Sunday as a
day of rest.
It is said that no Chinese bank has failed during
the past five hundred years. When the last one
"went up" tha heads of the officers came off and
were thrown into a comer with the other assets.
It is a curious fact, and one not generally noticed,
that the title of Beaconsfield, now assumed by Mr.
Disraeli, occurs in his earliest novel, where Lord
Beaconsfield and his family are repeatedly mentioned.
Stanley's career in Central Africa recalls the ro
mance of bygone years tbe days cf the Vikings,
the expeditions of Raleigh and Pizarro to America,
and of the early slave-traders to Africa. The days
of chivalry and hardihood are not gone.
An Irish landlord writing to an English magazine
8!ys there never was a time within the memory of
any one living when Irish tenants were making eo
much money or rents were as well paid. Mr. Glad
stone's measures for the amelioration of that coun
try are now beginning to bear fruit.
The monster eighty-one-ton gun has finished its
wonderful performances at Woolwich by firing ninety
five rounds in its various stagea of caliber, the pow
der charge ranging from one-hundred to three-hundred
and seventy pounds, the largest on record.
The gun will now be taken to Sboeburyness for
That is one of the most excellent uses of the Cen
tennial Exhibition that ia being made by the tutors
and preceptors of the Chinese students, now in
course of training and education in this country.
There are over a hundred of them, and they are to
be brought to the Exhibition to study it, and all the
instructive objects to be found there.
From all accounts the Turks have been committing
some terrible atrocities in Bulgaria. " Sixty villages
have been burned and twelve thousand persons
killed," says a letter to the London Daily JVews.
At Batok "seven thousand bodies have been lying
since May 12th, rotting in the sun." Such barbar
ities will furnish a sufficient plea for something
more than remonstrance on the part of other pow
ers. A prominent business house of Chicago, sent the
following to Congressman LeMoyne: 'If this gov
ernment had counselled tsith email-fry swindlers it
could not have done so more effectually than when
it authorized the coinage of the twentycent pieces,
eo near in size and exact in appearance with the silver
quarter-dollar. An experiment 1U3 just Been mea
. ,ere w:.k a twentv-cent piece, and in every instance
j it was taken for a quarter. After P&ssine it was
recalled to victimize the next receiver. This coinage
should be stopped immediately."
People are discussing the question of value stand
ards all over the world now, and while silver is
struggling to keep its place with gold in a compara
tive degree in popular estimation, it is not the only
standard that has its character assailed. The dia
mond, that prince of precious stones that in all ages
and all countries has been a standard of value
promptly fixed and subject to but very slight muta
tions, is now as " cheap as dirt " at Cape Coast, we
are told by a recent letter from the diamond fields of
Under date of "Vienna, July SO," a special
newspaper correspondent writing on the expected
abdication of the Sultan of Turkey, writes that his
Majesty's malady is incurable, and that his state of
health has, indeed, so much deteriorated that there
can be no danger of any opposition on his part.
He is lyicg for the most part of his time quite un
conscious, and in a few lucid moments when he
himself feels his hopeless state there would be no
difficulty in getting him to sign his own abdication.
Earl Russell again writes a letter calling for an
Autumn session of Parliament, and a letter from the
Bishop of Manchester calling upon the people as a
nation to subscribe for the relief of the Bulgarians,
contains the following sentenee: -'Come what may,
and I do not see that anything is likely or even
possible to come which can endanger the position of
England, it seems impossible, if we are tehave any
regard for our honor and our good name, that wo
should any longer throw or even allow it to be sup
posed, that we threw the shield of protectien of En
gland over a power which relying on that protection,
has done deeds which have startled and shocked the
conscience of the whole world."
C H E LS E ALAU N D R Y.
THE UNDERSIGNED IIAVIXG BECOME
Proprietor of this
Ii now prepared to execute all orders ia his line with neat
ness and dispatch.
He would also say that he has secured the services or tne
former employees of the Laundry, which will be an additional
The Work will be Thoroughly Done !
And no effort on his part will be spired to bring the Lantdry
in famr with the puM:e generally. XT Terms moderate.
j,s JAMF3 KKVTOV.
UBBEH PAINT !
aBfrtarel ky the rlfif Baktor Talat Umpaay
Bff PAINT I THE WORLD
IS Pt'T CP IX QfARTER.
i one and fire railon Una, alo In fire sHoo pa,ls and bar-
rria. It is prepnrftl ia par snow n:i, jri duk-, na
(xtor, eotnpri-n; iy rvtrnvet oi huu..
Is Ready for Immediate Use !
beint a great advantar. as it en be used ty any one.
The BulOier Paint is unaffected by chance ol t-mrratare. is
impervious to wtr, is
adsptea to an classes .
EVERY WAY A BETTER
for eiihr outside or inside srork than any ether rint known,
and will l3t st least twice as lon.
Wsr. .t?rilural Implements, Cots
Vfiel, it Eqial.
Hie Rubber Taint dries with a loss equal to Tarnish, aad
at the same time so adhesive and elastic that it will not cracU
or peel off, and is thererrre aamirapiy aiicu r.'i m-ut
in? in this climate.
Ia addition to the above,
It is the cheapest paint ever imported here
Samile Cards of different shades to be seen at the Office of
the Agent. t or sale in wuaniuics o cuii ui
jj- Orders from the other Islands solicited, especially from
those who intend repainuug men uw.-iuus.
W. C. IRWIN & Co.,
Pole Agents for the Hawaiian Is.
jy!5 3 ai
THIO. 13. DAVIES
FOR SALE Ti CARGO
. oio being Discharged from the
Fine British Barque Cleta,
128 Day from L.ireril.
CARGO CONSISTS OF
FANCY GOODS !
1 A' LARGE VARIETY.
Fine and New Prints.
Embroidered Muslins, White Cottons, Denims,
Snddles, Wool Shirts, Printed Shirts,
Neck Ties. Bilk Umbrellas,
Pilot Jackets and Trousers,
BlRHkets. Tweeds, Drills, SmiUnery. Hemp
Gosnell's Fine Perfumes I
VELVKT RUG3 AXD CARPET3,
RANSOME & SIMS'
Made Exprenslr for the faland Trade.
Ale, Blood, Wolfe if Co.'s Ale,
Edmund's Pig Brand Porter,
Fine Prandy, Whisky,
Sherry and other Wines, Alcohol.
Ttim m c&3 Tellies !
Castor Oil, Lea A renin's Sauce,
Paints and Oil,
Hoop Iron, Fence Wire !
Corrugated Roofing, Bar Iron,
Galvanized and llollowirare.
Tin Ware, Knives and Forks,
CHILDREN'S IRON BEDSTEADS !
tONDON MNO FORTES I
Hawaiian Flags !
Pipes, Flower Pots, Earthen ware, Glassware
Leather Belting, Celebrated Silicate Paint,
Vegetable Machinery Oil !
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal!
TI1EO. II. DA VIES.
Something Entirely New !
TO BROIL STEAKMITLETS, (HOPS,
Kisli, or Fowl !
Neither Turning or Attention
A STEAK REQUIRES FROM EIGHT TO
Twelre Minutes, according to taste of the family for rare
or wejl done food. The Editor of this paper says :
"W are Delighted with the 'Vertll Broiler!'
NO FAMILY gllOULD BE WITHOUT ONE."
TO TIH HAD AT
DILLINGHAM & Co.'s
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche
IJJ QUARTS AND PINTS.
Tr paie at Agents' rales, by
n. HACKFELD A Ca,
5nV Aeonts fnr Mesrs. Rairart Pere ir Fils,
THE VERTICAL BROILER
fo: I I h
-h.-.- -.r -Port u.cl IVIorolinut
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
DRUGS AXD MEDICINES, !HEM()AL ACIDS
Vinl Patent 31etlicinoM !
Also, a very Complete Line of Druggist's Sundries and Fancy Goods !
Perfumery, Soaps, Combs, Brushes. Toilet and Sachet Powders,
Sponges and TOILET ARTICLES, in Roncral.
yV Complete Lino r Coljjnt Ar Co.'n HonpM !
PIIITSICIAX'S. PI.IXTATIOX, AH mmi"t
Star Mill Modicatod Paper.
rnrsiciArs rnKtcr.irTio.xs caukh lly rnr.r.nKi, a.j .;.,u
13- SIC1IT Bill- XX ly
FEME WIRE I !
IVOS. 1, .1,
IIUBBUCK'S PL' RE
WHITE ZINC AND I.KAD,
IIU1LEU LINSBKU Olf.
A FINS ASST OF SHEtF
Will be Sold at
Ex Vnsco lc Onuist, City ol Melbourne, I. V.
Murray, and Syren, by
rwviIK FINEST ASSORTMENT OF PRINTS IN THE MARKET. PLAIN COMtRH
T lh Tand dark Tand robV, . km pieces of Fancy Tnmmln, Prints, Wl.lu Madapotam. MI.U. Cottoa Jl.f.
100 in - Cheap Unbleached Cotton, tins Bleached Cotton, llarokln'a A At I) fine and Medium Unbleached Cnttow,
A snperior assortment of Waterproofs, all wool and cotton and wool Wne, frey and folden.
FINEST BLACK BROADCLOTH AND DOESKINS, ALL. WOOL TWEEDS, WHITE
AND BUFF UN EN DUCK. FINE WHITE MOLESKIN, FINEST WHITE
MARSEILLES VESTING, LINEN PANT STI FFS. BROWN LINEN
ALPO RECEIVED Fancy Wool Oversbirts, Cotton 1'mlershlrU, Grey Wool flannel, Fine and Medium rVarlet runnels
a ih.. v. ft a .nd 12 PK1T ULLT! QKOS ORATN RIBBONS, rftV CIIFAP Russia Diaper
7ii 1 1- .,iiinl J.r. Cinm. Moannito Nettins. Blue Flannrl. A few FINK BLACK LAMA L
. . . . ... . i,...t. Billet.. V.;l R.rr-.r H!rk Ilalr Cloth, fhot Thread. Ac.
LLSO Bnear A Jackson's Celebrated Assorted irar,
Smooth assorted siz. KODOKR ft HONS CKLKUBAiau cu ji.r.jii newsors. rwnr, '
ffiiwortirt their best Pilver I'lsted rVlsm.rs, llndle llocklcs. 61, 3-4, 7-j and Inrh tlnodi 1'e.rt Vest aod
rlBur,on:lestUaHUe.. Fish snd Cl Unc. ,. .T. BlrhH
Cniraiiiii mn i;nmis. rercussion v-np. . o. w
triA. o nn(t o Anriii faitiizm Wuh i;a-in.
' J 7 . . . (..
BEST ANNEALED AND TAKKKD
Cream Tarta? Par?WhIU Casile rtap" Bardinrs, French Vellow. fellow Ochn. Whiting and Ctelh. Os ttow. 1 4
andTlncnVOx Yokes 4 6 and 6. Parii Plows, Kagle 2 and 80 Plows. KUra Points, Harrows, Cultlrator. and Wors
HoV DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL DIRECT FIlOM IOWN F.R COMPAWY, Dwota Rerosent
Oil, good and cheap.
Also on Hand, A General Assortment of Agricultural Implements !
A FEW DOZEN WARD At PAYNE'S CELEBRATED N. 3S SHEEP SHEARS, THE
BKFT QUALITY MAPK.
The aboTe with many olher articles to be found at WffKPT PRTCro, at
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
rvHR UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST
rvivtn rmm ihr Kut and Ban Francisco, in aimion
to his usual large assortment of Carriage Material, the following
from 1 Inch to SJ inches.
OAK AND.HICKORY RIMS,
from 1 Inch to 2J Inches.
FINE ASSORTMENT HUBS, ALL SIZES.
Felloes for OxCarU. Assorted Sixes, Oak and Ash;
Hickory Wsgon and Bugy Bhafts, finished and roughs
Toles, Wagon and Carriage, finished and rough,
Whiffletrees, Doubletrics, Crossbars, Yokes, fvat Rail",
Seat Ppindles, Wagon and Buggy Bows.
Consisting of Steel and Iron Axles, Spring EUy traces. Foot
Bails, Step Pads, Body Loops, Whiffletree Couplings and For
nles. Stake Irons. Cockeyes, Hub Bands, plain, silrered and
oroide, screw capped Central Park Pattern, Pole Cra-s, tep
Treads, Bvly f?feps, Wear Irons,
FINE Asst. of OVAL MOULDINGS
in Brass and Gold, from 1 to J inch.
tHv.ni- ATr.ll lit Ilia x coositing of
Diamond Centres, Buckles, Strap nolder Loops-gold A oroide
A FEW SUPERIOR ENOLISII k AMERICAN STYLES
j BASKET PHAETON BODIES!
j XT One and Two-seated, which will be put up in the l-ett
possible manner to order, at siisrt notice.
i CARRIAGES ALWAYS ON HAND
j Or manufactured with dipach-Fir-t Class Workman em
i ployed in all branches.
A conUnuance of the public patronage is respectfully solioitrd
! ALL ISLAXD ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Nos. 7. 76 and 7S King EL Honolulu. II. I.
MO AN AU LI
t? Offers For Pale
VjOLlJeer. M Vrsil, SlnsM fc FUls
T-ron xtiPTTPT STALtfl. Soa. la. 19.20.21. at the
I.owt MaricM B-tM. ' PlMe giv me a rail. mil ly
ohiimi whs strn r r" ..
FEME WIRE ! ! !
II I? II HI' CIV BEST lAl.B
I'AINT BRUSHES. A FINE LOT OP BITII-W-A
GOOD STOCK OF AGRICl'I.TrRAI.
I1ECIPROCITY PRICES I!
By DILLINGHAM & CO..
05 St OT King ftlreet. IIamvImIm.
KBUT EDS I
nair ronmi. rasr ra i.n hm v -, . '-"
T..I.. I)IW n hiwl T II n
to 18 In. M award
N. ft FENC'INO
CASTLE & COOKE'G.
STOVES AND RANGES !
UNDERSIGNED HAVE RECEIVED
KX MAKY bKLLK HOHKHTB AMU U. C. MIRRAY
the following list of Wore and Mangos.
BUCK'S PATENT For Wood or Coal.
MAGNA CHARTA -For Wood, serrn lff.
IRON CLAD With Cast Iron warm toH and
copper reservoir, a large family stove.
SUPERIOR 8 ia holes, a good arti !.
ALMEDA Jot the article for small families, very
LAUREL, for Wood or CoaL
This Range Is sail to bars lh Isrgrst sale of any ot Its
tyl on the Psi iflc rst. 4 sites.
Also, just at hand, a fine assortment of
Glasgow Stoves & Ranges!
Comprising the following list i
MISTRESS RANGE. T, . 0
VICTRESS STOVE. O, 7. Of
PACIFIC CABOOSE I
Making in ail one of lbs most rompleta assortments of "loves
Kanges. Ac, A-e-, ever on sale ia this Market.
g7 Ev-ry f tore warranted.
AUt. a full tins of
Materials. Ifouss Water Closets.
Faocts, Lead and Iron Pipes, RhH Lead, 2 1-2 to lbs.. Ac.
Toilet. Stts, plain and fancyi Water Coolers. Ae., Ao.
CALL AXD EXAMINE AT Ko. Kashumaaa flraet
Orders from tbe other Utands will havs car best attention
and at lowest flgnrei. Goods carefully packed.
,ul3 ly J. XOTT K Cm.
VIITORR AT HILO. AND PARTIMRN
ROUTE FOR TUB UH CAKO, can Cod
OOARD AND LODGING
AT REASON A RLE RATES, at tha above eslabllshment.
HORSES AND GUIDES PEOCURED
At short noli", and arranr-mnts made the ;P'