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C. BREWER & CO.
Offer Ibr Sale per
AH. SHIP GORINGA,
JIST 1KBIYED, THK LIRLLST A.I
Most Complete Assortment
General Merchandise !
Krer Imported Into ihl Country, consisting la part of:
Steam Coal. Red Oak Casks, forty gallons each,
Cumberland Coal, 30 ft. Extra Timbered Whale- Boats,
Card. 2VX atoboa!
Pitch, Tar, Reain, Turpentine. VarnLh, Linseed OH
Mineral Faint, Lamp Black, Patty, Hide Poison,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES !
Namely : Corn Starch, Climi, Lemon Syrup,
Green Pea. Tomato Ketchup, Mackerel, Potl Meat
Lobsters, TotnauKS, iou(e Meat, Gerklna,
Cider Vinegar, Green Corn, LA CKmIX BRAND :
White Cube Hugar, Moek Turtle A Tomato Pocpf,
Barrels and Cmi Bait, Family Pork, In barrels;
Sperm Candles, Mason's BlatLln?, Gold Leaf Tobacco,
Ox Bows, If, 1, and 2 inches;
A Choice Assortment of FIRE WORKS !
Consisting of Rockets, Brngolaa and Roman Candles,
An Invoice of Cot Nails, 3d to 40; Oars, Axe Handles,
Hoe Handles. Hand Carts, light and heavy;
Cultivators, Side Hill Plows.
Leather Beltlnr. six inches; Fairbank's gcales,
Hunt's Hatchets, axe and shingling; AX ICS,
41 Kivets. Babbitt Metal, Hemp Twine,
Rubber Packing, 1-18 Inch; Hemp Packing, Solder,
3 Ply Rubber lioae, Inch, for srarden ose;
CHARCOAL I KO.NS, Mule Collars,
brass Wire Sieves. Centrifugal Lining, Grindstones,
Bucks, Birch and Corn Brooms, Zino Wash Boards,
Maynard A Noye's Ink, Yellow Metal A Sheathing Nails,
Anchors, 1100 lbs. and 1650 lbs.;
New Bedford Cordage. 0 threats to 4j In; Whale Line,
An Invoice of Kenned Iron, asstd- sixes; Norway Shapes,
A VERY CHOICE SELECTION OF
Consisting of : Rolling Top OSce Desks,
Black Walnut Wardrobes. Library Cases, Secretaries,
Ash and Black Walnut Sideboards,
Ash and Black Walnut Washstands.
Ash and Black Walnut CHAMBER SETS.
Ladies' Black Walnut Desks,
Ladies' and Gentlemen' Easy and Rocking Chairs.
Fold lor Chairs, Folding Tables,
Painted Chamber Beta, imitation of chestnut and oak;
Black Curled Hair, an asst. of Dining and Office Chairs.
A well selected Lot of Dry Goods:
Consisting of : Brown At Bleach! Cotton 4- Sheeting,
Cbints Percales, Cardinal Robe. Hamilton Prints,
AHOsLeag, Pearl Hirer and Hay Maters Denims
Ticking, Amoskeag Shirting, Brown Flannel,
Blue Drilling, Overalls, Denim Pants and Jumpers,
Plaid Shirts, Palm Leaf Hats, Lawrence Duck, Nos. 1 to 10;
Raven's ditto, Cotton Twine,
600 Cases Pratt's Kerosene Oil,
800 Caara Downer's Kerosene Oil, Black Walnut,
Ash Plank, Nests Trunks, Oakum,
EASTERN KEG and BARREL SH00KS !
Hoop Iron, 1, , 1, 1 inch; Caustic Boda, Palm Oil,
THE LARGEST AS STMT. OF CARRIAGES
ever imported in one vessel, consisting of :
1 Jompseat Carryall, 2 Extension Top Cabrioles,
3 Canopy Top Basket Phmtoos, 1 CafTra Wagon,
- 1 Boring Brownell Wagon. 1 Pony Phteton,
1 Express Wsgoo, 1 Park Pbseton,
THREE OF THOSE JUSTLY
Celebrated Wood's Organs !
An Asst. of Ready Made Clothing,
from the boose of Messrs. Isaac Fenno A Co.
An Invoice of McMurray's Fresh Oysters,
A full asst. cf Knowle'a Patent Steam Pumps, Nos. 2 to 0.
All of the above Merchandise
HAS BEKN CAREFULLY
SF.LECTED EXPRESSLY FOR TIIIS MiRKET
Purchaed for Cash, and will be sold at VERY LOW
RATES upon reasonable time, or a Liberal
Diacanal far Cash.
C. BREWER Ai CO.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Offer tor Sale an Invoice oi
FREICH GOODS !
Carefallj Selected for this Market, and
Just Rec'd per Haw. Bk. Ka Hoi,
ASSORTMENT OF PRINTS :
HEAVr BLUE AND STRIPED DENIMS.
Hickory Stripes, Blue and White Ticking,
Brown Cotton Drill, Blue Cotton Drill, White Cotton,
norrocks Long Cloth, Brown Cottons, assorted;
Turkey Red, Linen 4 Cotton Sheeting, Linen A Hollands
Whit Moleskin, Blue Flannel, Victoria Lawns,
Mosquito Netting, Scotch Water-proof,
German Water-proof, Bedford Cords, Silecias,
BLACK DOESKINS :
Black and Blue Broadcloths, Cashmeres, Diagonals, Ac,
Black Lasting, Black Cobourgs, Italian Cloths,
Black and Colored Merinos, Linen and Cotton Thread,
Bilk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Linen and Cotton Towels,
Merino and Cotton Stockings and Socks,
Assortment of Shawls, Umbrellas and ParasoU,
Large Assortment of Shirts and Undershirts,
LARGE ASST. OF SUPERIOR CLOTHING :
Bed Quilts, Blankets, Rugs, Canvas,
Assortment of Burlaps, Twines, Bags and Gunnies,
FINE ASSORTMENT OE SADDLES,
Blacked French Calfskins, Gun Powder, No. 12 Shot,
Patent Sheep Shears, Tin Plates, Babbi't's Metal,
Banc Tin, Butcher Knives, Pen and Pocket Knives,
Scissors, Charcoal Irons, Spurs,
Galvanized Tubs and Pails, Lanterns,
Sheet Zinc, Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, Rivets,
Sails, Perforated Brass,
Maria's Yellow Metal and Composition.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF RHINE WINE,
Fine Assortment of Claret,
Champagne and Sparkling nock, German Ale,
Bavarian Brown Beer, Gin, in case; G n. In Baskets;
Alcohol, 92 per cent.
PIPES, HAVANA AND GERMAN CIGARS,
Perfumery, Hair Oil and Soars, Brushes and Combs,
SMALL INVOICE OF JEWELRY, New Stjlee;
TOYS, FANCY GOODS, &c.
Harmonicas, Feather Dusters, Blank Books,
Printing Paper, Cards. Horse Rope,
Spunyarn and Seizing, Caustic Soda, Palm Oil,
. flubbuek' Best Paint and Paint Otis,
led Lead, Venetian Red. Yellow Ochre.
' Market Baskets, Demijohns, J to 6 gallons;
Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar, Bricks, Slates,
PORTLAND CEMENT, WHITE BROTHER,
Empty Petroleum Barrels, Empty Syrup Barrels,
NCW and Ok Oil Shocks, Rum Containers,
Ogjfc Boat, Cuteb and Gambier, Birch Brooms.
ALL GOODS AT LOWEST MARKET RATES
AND ON A LIBERAL CREDIT!
Order from the other li!ani$ promptly ereeuled. ap7 qr
""2 IA M Of F- FOR
PHILADEPHIA ! !
A XD AS YOt SEE HAVE PROVIDED
X aV myself With one of t.h.oa
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS !
'iiioh will stand the Bagjage Smashers, and which are only
to be had at tbe
STORE of M. MclNERNY
V7iere can be found ajiy or
EiEIliTIlUG IS THE TBI'S. USE
Among which are
Ladies' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
l.air,es' solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trmks, sewed edges;
Ladies' fcletrant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladies' Kmbossed Zinc Saratjtras.
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Case,
Ladies' Russia Leather Chopping alises,
Ladies' Bags and Reticules in all sizes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trunks.
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article much in demand, stowing neatly under the state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edires;
Gent's Solid bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunks in all sizes;
(tent's Bound K.lze Trunks.
Gent's Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gent's Bridle Leather alisos,
Gent's No. 1 and 1 Boston Valises,
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's legunt Russia Leather
Gent's Shawl and Blanket Straps, Trunk Straps,
lourist and Traveler's Bars and allses.
Iii ftirt everything lit the above line and
at Tied Jlock Prices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AX ELEGANT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE YARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thing fnr the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
Ever offered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
Slippers, and in fact everything in all well appointed Boot and
All the above lines of Goods will be Sold
at Prices to suit the Times.
Thrae Good are well kuowu here auil nerd
no reronsuiendatlou. Every Pair
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
Importers and Dealers in
buildilT MATERIALS 1
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
Tongued & Grooved, Surfaced,
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS,
li in. x 4, 1x5, and 1x6, for
Scantling, Boards," Plank,
Battens 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2,
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongued and Groeved
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE I
2x12 to lCslG,
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLINDS, all sizes;
White Lead & Zinc !
PA1XT OIL & SMALL. PA I XT, CHEAP,
Putty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 and 3,
Wall Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAINT,
For Plantation or any Other Use,
Butts & Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, &c.
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
i roWEVlEVT COTTAGE. s. 107
S Nuuana Avenue, at present occupied by T GTTHRCM,
dlG Enquire of J. S. LEMON
( k-osir-r"-.:. ..it' t T1-
Just Received, and offer for Sale j
CARGO of NOR'WEST LUMBER
13 lit ii. 6 Joseph XerliinK,'
OOXSISTIXG OF :
One Inch Rough Boards,
All sizes Scantling, frcm 2x3 to 6x8,
Timber from 8x8 to 14x14,
Tongued and Grooved Flooring,
White Cedar Shingles, extra quality.
Laths, Shingles, extra quality.
ALSO, PER CORINCA:
Ash Plank, 1 1-2, 2 1-2 and 3 inch.
White Wood, 5-8, 1 and 1 1-4 inch.
Black Walnut, 1 inch, select.
White Eastern Pine, 1, 1 1-4, 1 1-2, 2
and 3 inch.
All of which with a full supply of Building Material, we oftVr
at wholesale and retail, at Yard on FORT. KING & MER
rnyl9 4t LEWERS X. DICKSOX.
Hunt 'a Axes, Ax Handle-. Ox liowa. Char
coal Irani. Safe.
.A. lso, on 3HE and,
BUILDERS' HaBOWARE !
Tinware, Cordage, Belting, Rubber Hose,
Lamps, Lanterns, Plows, Cultivators,
Horse HoeB, Wheelbarrows, Canal Barrows,
Ilingham Buckets, Wooden Paile,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
&c, &c, ic , &c, tic.
Taole and Pocket Cutlery,
Silver Plated Ware,
ALL TO BE SOLD CHEAP I
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Ox Cart Wheels, all Oak !
WITH 3i AND i TIRES,
With or without 3 in. Iron Axles,
WELDED UP IN LENGTHS TO SUIT. ALSO,
OX CARTS COMPLETE !
my 5 tf
THE OLD CORNER
Coffee and Billiard Saloon,
ESTABLISIHED IN 1858,
OFFERS FOR SALE A FINE ASSORTMENT OP
HAYAXA,GERMAA & MA A ILA flGARS
Light and Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO !
And a Large Assortment of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES !
Tobacco Pouches, Pipe Stems,
Amber and Horn Mouth Pieces,
Pipe Buttons, Cigarette Paper, etc., etc
II. J. XOLTE,
Corner of Queen and Nuuanu Sts.
COAL FOR FAMILY USE !
RECEIVED BY D. C. MURRAY,
AND FOR SALE
In Quantities to Suit Families !
CASTLE s& COOKE,
Or C. y. CLARK, at Ward's City Scale?.
LSI RECEIVED PER K A MOI, AX
Ruinart, Pere & Fiis Carte Blanche
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
For saie at Agents' rates, by
H. HACKFELD & Co,
Sole Agents for Messrs. Ruinart Pere ir Fils.
IRECT FROM HONGKONG.
40.000 Extra large size, and 60 to 100.000
2d Siz, all of the Best quality HARD BKICKS. and
will be Sold Lost, by
BOLLF.S & CO.
TDBACCF& CffiAR STORE !
(rJOmmcrci-ll bbcrtiser. 1
SATL'RPA Y. Jl SE IS.
The Centennial Liar.
Oil Mrs Robertson, whj had bon to the Cen
tennial, struck in on Pittinill last week with a
talk about that exhibition of national proffcritj.
She tuld him all about what ehe had seen, acd
then what each cne cf her party bad seen. After
asking about tbe batter wu:nan and a hundred
wonderful things that Pettirgill had to eaj he
didn't see, the old lady asked with much interest:
4 Well, what did jou see?'
4I saw,' said Mr. Pettingill, looking at her
intently, 41 saw an ice-creaa horse, life size,
galloping around the track.
40h. Mr. Pettingill, said tbe old lady. :
4Yes, madan:, you may well say oh. It was
wonderful that you didn't see it, but then they
look it back to freeze it bard every five
minutes, so you may bare missed it.'
'Oh, Mr. Pettirgill!'
'Yes, madam, acd I saw the lard eagle of
which you have spoken, and heard it scream a
wild scream of agony like a bird that had been
talked to death about the centennial. As I left
the grounds, Friday evening, it soared up and
flew off to Cincinnati.'
'Oh, Mr. Pettingill!'
'Yes, madam, ind I saw the carriage George
Washington rode in, and three queens and a jack
that he shoved under the seat when Le sat out
side of tbe church playing draw poker, and Mrs.
Washingtou lighted in on him earlier than he
expected from a Eiiort sermon, and 1 saw a hand
ful of his hair tbat Mrs. W. took out that
identical Sabbath morning.'
'Oh h-b, Mr. Pettingill.'
'Yes, madam, and I saw the quilt worked by
Queen Victory and the Princess Beartrice, and
all the other princesses, and 1 counted the nine
teen billion, four hundred and sixty five stitches
in it, while I was standing there.'
'Oh, Mr. Petticgill.'
4 Yes, madam, and I saw the silk-making
machine, where yau put in a silk worm at one
end and it comes out at the other a fujl blown
silk dress ready made, with a live humming bird
in the back.'
'Oh, Mr. Pettingill, wait till I go and call
Emily to come in and hear all about it, and
the old lady hurried out.
'I won't be here when she cornea back,' said
Mr. Pettingill, taking up his hat in a hurry,
'and so she may' not bear all about it. I am
determined when I am talking about this cen
tennial business to tell the truth, the whole
truth, and nothing but tho truth, so help me
How to Tell a Gentleman."
You should never judge by appearances. The
other day a little, weazenfaced man, wearing a
$3 50 suit of clothes, went to one of the big
hotels and registered himself from Texas, asked
for a room, and if breakfast was on the table.
The Olympian clerk gazed at him scornfully
for a moment and languidly remarked:
44 Any baggage?"
44 No," replied the guest.
44 In that case," said tho cierk, "tbe rules of
the house compel me to insist on payment in
"Very well," said the guest, without hesitat
ing or appearing offended; " take two days board
out of this," and from a wad of greenbacks as
big as his arm he produced a one hundred dollar
"I beg your pardon," said tbe abashed clerk;
44 but we are so often taken in, and your face not
being familiar to me, I "
"No offence," cheerily responded the guest;
"business is business, and rules are rules. It
does look a little odd to be without baggage, but
us cattle dealers aint much on style, and "
"That's all right, Colonel," said' the clerk.
"Put up your money; we know a gentleman
when we see him. Jim, show the Gent, up to
140. Call for the best in the house. Colonel."
The old man stowed away an ample break
fast; got the clerk to give him small bills for
the blty; asked where Billy Coolbaugb, the ban
ker, had bis office; inquired when they had
diuner; desired Hie clerk to tell Mr. i'arwell,
if be called, that be would be back at two
o'clock, then went, and hasn't been seen since.
- The clerk subsequently discovered that the 50
bill was bad, and the sad event has cast a
gloom over the hotel office. Chicago Times.
Loss of Life in War.
Some valuable information respecting the effect
of modern weapons, as indicated by the war of
1870-71, when for the first time in Europe a
breech-loader was opposed to a breech-loader, are
supplied in a Irochvre by G. Fischer, " Rech-nungs-Rath
um Justiz Ministerium."
During the year of 1870-71 the number of
German troops injured in action, it appears
from this pamphlet was: Officers 4,998, and
men, 84,200. Of these 179 officers and 12.GG7
men were killed on the spot. In addition, 495
officers and 4,180 men eventually died of their
wounds. The proportion of deaths to wounded
among the officers was 29.4 to 70.C that is,
roughly speaking, cut of every 100 officers wound
ed SO died on the spot or eventually and 70 re
covered. Among the men, out of every 100
wounded 20 died sooner or later from the effect
of their injuries and 80 recovered. The percent
age of those who were returned as severely
wounded, slightly wounded and simply wounded,
was lor officers, 31.42.4, and 7.8; lor the men,
28.9, 32.4 and 17.9 respectively of the total num
ber injured. No greater proof can be offered of
the devotion with which all ranks exposed them
selves to danger than the table which shows the
number in each grade kill or wounded. Adding
the staff to the regimental officers, and bearing
in mind that after the first action vacancies in
the higher ranks unGlled, we find that tho
percentage in all grades of killed and wounded
was almost tbe same. Leaving out of considera
tion the fahureicbs, vice field-webels, doctors,
etc, and classifying the others as Generals, Col
onels, inferior field officers? Captains, subalterns,
we find that of killed and wounded there were 15
Generals, G3 Colonels, 200 inferior field officers,
G73 Captains, and 2,802 subalterns. We observe
that of the doctors, the chaplains, etc., 74 were
killed and wounded.
A Pathetic Picture. George William Curtis
paints tho following pathetic picture, which
every one could wish were less true to nature:
"I think of many a sad eyed woman who seema
to have never smiled, who struggled with bard
hands, through melting heat and pinching cold,
to hold at bay poverty and want, that hovered
like wolves about an ever-increasing flock of
children. How it was scour in the morning,
scrub at night, and scold all day long! How
care blurred windows like a cloud biding a lovely
landscape! How anxiety snarled at her heels,
dogging her like a cur! How little she knew,
or cared, that bobolinks, drunk with blithe idle
ness, tumbled and sung in the meadows below,
that the earth was telling the time of the year
with flowers in the woods above. As 1 think of
these things I do not wonder that madhouses are
kept full of unfortunate beings."
Tbe police items of the different cities fre
quently crop out in matter which would supply
ample material for novels and life-pictures of
interest, and abounding with lessons of in
struction. The arrest of one Ann Casey, alias
Mag Porer, alias French Mag, in Memphis the
other day, resulted in the discovery that this
female of the many names was a negro of the
male persuasion, by name Johnny Despaux, who
had at one time been a slave; who spoke several
languages; who had traveled through the entire
Southwest; had served as chambermaid an board
a river steamboat, and as female nurse in a
hospital; had been arrested several times for
various misdemeanors, ar.d, tinjjularly enough,
had narrowly oscuped one term of imprisonment.
His masquerading tendencies will, however, now
be at least temporarily cheeked, as he has been
remanded to his pn-per dress and the county
prison for a considerable term.
According to an article in Blackwood for April
on the reconstruction of the French army, France
is now able to defend herself against Germany,
but is not yet stroDg enough to attack her. Tbe
French army, says the writer, is now 1,300.000
strong, and can be increased to nearly 2,000,000.
Yet the Alsace-Lorraine fortresses alone will keep
the French at home for years.
FOREIGN NEWS.'per Coringa, from Boston Direct I
VirxNA. May 21. Tie IwumaaiAO an 1 Rus
sian authorities i.ued a decree cn Friiay, jro
hibiticg all trad on tLe Ianube This corap'.ete-J
the par!v".s cf the lir;t portion cf tbe Hungarian
trade. Acdra?y baa JeciJeJ to take "laiine-list
sters iict su-h Bie-isarcs teicj carrieJ cat. Al
tbi iuh he mul dvult;es be j.iceJ ty other p;wtrs,
Le will net wait f.r their co-cjeratko.
Nrw York, May 2i The UtraWt Lcr.Jcn spe
cie! 9ys: The t tsioese questiva is kk':cg up. A
shipload cf Chinese lbcrers is expected ia LeoJoo.
an i an itcmec Chinese iaaoiry Ls to be established
in Holland Park.
New Yosk. May 22. Tb
wosricg special was
received from Berlin toij: "It it ceial!y ao-
oooncfi that Emperor William has recalled Prince
Bismarck to cocsiJer tbe tiiuatlca ia Fraoc aoi
probable efect cf the chasge cf zalalstry open the
relations cf Fracce acd Germany."
Bcamc, May 22. Bismarck bss arrived her in
response to tbe sutctsens cf Erpror William. A
ministerial couocil is being held to-day, the Eaperor
presiding. It is expected that important resolutions
regarding the future police cf Germany towards
France wi'.i be adopted.
London. May 22, The stock market is depressed
and prices hTe declined on the report that Bismarck
Berlin, May 22. Prince Ll?mrcks arrival in
Berlin is not the result of any sudden determina
tion ; nor is there any special political reason tor
it. it having bt'en arranged beforehand as a part
cf the general programme of his journey.
The Yc.r:. German Gazette, Ministerial organ,
reprints passages from previous speeches and dis
patches of I'tinee Lisn.arck t-j the effect that the
appointment of a clerical and moaarchial Cabinet
ia France might be prejudicial to German inter
ests and the (maintenance of peace between
France, Germany and Italy.
One thousand banels of powder have been
billed for Malta at London.
The London Standard reports that orders have
been received at Portsmouth that the five great
Indian troop ships which are now Iving idle in
the harbor in consequence of the close of the sea
son for sending reliefs to India, are not to be sub
jected to any alterations which cannot be complet
ed in a few months, so that they may be ready to
proceed if required.
A Times Belgrade special says : It is stated
here in the highest circles that the Servian Gov
ernment has received pr of that a convention exists,
between Austria and Kussia, by which they agree
to act in the most complete harmony, and Russian
troops therefore for the present will not enter
Servian territory. The Turkish island fort of
Adda-Kaleh, near Arsova. an important position
to hinder navigation, has been armed with eight
cannons and 400 men. It is stated that both
Prince Milan and Prime Minister Ilistics will go to
Bucharest to see the Czar.
A Turkish dispatch from Erzeroom announces
that tbe Russians have driven the Turkish centre
out of one of the suburbs of Kars.
Apprehensions are felt at Constantinople that
by the fall of Arduhan and the consequent ad
vance of the Russian columns on that route,
thirty-four battalions of regulars and a number of
Bashi Buzouks are locked up and prevented from
joining or assisting the force which is to defend
the approaches to Erzeroom.
The London Financier of yesterday says: "In
credible as it may seem, there is reason to anticip
ate that the Turkish Financial Agent will shortly
visit London to attempt to raise by book or crook
a few millions in money. The attempt will fail
A Constantinople dispatch says that the Sultan
is much pleased with Earl Derby's reply to Prince
Gortchakofl's circular and has ordered the Porte
to thank the English Government. He baa alio
sent his aide-camp to thank Layard.
The work for the defence of Constantinople
will be constructed by the inhabitants.
Not a single journal in Europe has received
permission from Russia to send correspondents to
tbe headquarters cf the Russian army.
A Letter from Kisbenefl mentions that the
Grand Duke Nicholas lately said; "Prince
Bismarck has declared that wars between Russia
and Turkey usually last three years. We shall
break with this tradition . Should war occur we
will take care that it shall be short and de
Salt as a Fertilizer. A very considerable
demand for salt, to be used as a fertilizer, lias
been established in our southern towns. Dirty
salt, or that of an inferior quality, is as efficient
as any, and comes cheaper. It is applied as at
the rate of one to three bushels per acre upon
barley, wheat and oats. One bushel of salt is
good for three or four bushels of grain. The
best results were formerly realized when 6alt was
sown on barley, the production being increased
several bushels. If sown pretty freely, say three
or four bushels per acre, the benefits are visible
for several seasons. The experiments of S.M.
Brown several years ago showed that the applica
tion of salt on Winter wheat was obviously ad
vantageous. The effect seemed to be in the stif
fening of the Btraw, by which its falling down
and rusting, thus shrinking the berry, was pre
vented. Country Gentleman.
TIBS: UN IEK SIGNED
Of the Bark Wattie Macleay !
From Portland. Oregon.
Cases Oregon Fresh Apples,
Bxs Herrings, Cases Lard, Cases Beef,
Cases Bread, Bags Oatmeal,
14 M. Feet Flooring, 49 M. Shingles,
Barrels Oregon Flour,
Half Barrels Columbia Eiver Salmon,
Sacks Bran, Sacks Wheat,
Kitts Salmon Bellies, Cases Salmon,
Cases Hams, Cases Dried Beef,
&c, &c, &c, &c, &c.
GREEN, M.4CFARL.ANE A CO.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
AGENT TO TIRE iCRVOWLEDCF.JIE.XTS FOR
XLs 33 O XX .
Interior Office, Honolulu.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL:
at3 2 ifercT-
'MI K PROPRIETOR HAVING OB.
1 taineJ a nea- lease of th.s
TE3 Xs 23 Gr .A. jNT 1" XZOTJQXj
W ill spare no pains to make it
First-Class in Every Particular !
Collage by I he Sen Side for tho A rrorant
dm ion olGu-fcl.
''iiritne and Siditl JIrtes nt Short Xotice.
HIRHKIA AMERICAN TARa4 AMER
ICAN men. . , .
rrCy K 'LLlJ 1 U
200 Coil Beit New Bedford Cordage,
A SOKTI MZli KKOM 1 1-2 lt"ll TJ
' i-Kh. tjjj For a.c ty hoLLt? A l o
NEW BEDFORD WHALE LINE.
aEIZIXU. UOl Sfcl.l . MARI.IN. M'l'N-
3 lia.V, c. Ac.
I t Sai y liOLLWs A t o.
NE Hl'N'DRED A N I FIFTV UfcM MW
ijevt-'ord A& MTjx trva lt lo Zl fr.
S4S rev 3f'-y MOLLIS Co.
CASES CORN STAECH.
CASES LA CROIX CORN'. qfiRTER
horrvU CWar Pork, for faailieai Levis' Cewbraied Meals.
Svpupa, TeaatuM. Tumato Ketchup, tiertios. to one (calico
Jarsaod ha.f railvo Jarsj Clams, Lobsters, Ac , Ae , reoired
ifcn day aod for sa:t by
CJ4 BOLLFS A Co.
CASKS PUTTY AND LAMPBLACK,
wjiOR SALE II V
BOLLM A IV
X BARRELS AND CASKS.
For sals by (so20)
SMALL CHAINS !
I7.ES FROM l-Ols 1 INC'll.lUl'AN-
IUIKS to suit. KrciiTcJ per Clrta " I". sais lr
BOLLM A C.
A FRESH LOT PER MURRAY. FOR
J. m. Rale at Low Trices by
UOLLLtf A CO.
SCOTCH FLAX SAIL TWINE !
t SUPERIOR QUALITY.
j rot sale by BOLLK. A CO.
NOW LANDING FROM SHIP SYREN t
122 DATS FROM BOSTON,
1g COILSMIW IIEUI ORI) CORDAUE,
J W evils New Bedford YVnal Line, Cult In tails,
luo bolts La re ncs Mill Cotton Duck, assorted no, fat 1 to 10,
Cotton. Karens, Purki Amaskeag l'rtllir.f Ivt boat sails; 1M)
Ash Oars, assorted stirs from 10 to 21 feel leof ths.
For sale at reduced prices by
S.-30 B0LLK9 A CO.
Per bark R. C. Wylie fm. Bremen
2S IRON PTOCK ANCHORS, sites front SO op to 2.500 lls
HMALL CHAIN, In quantitira to suit, air.es t imh to
-14 of an inch,
CHAIN CABL13, 6 8, 3-4, 7-8. 1, 1 1-4, I S 8, aid 1 64
inch. For sale losr by
BOL1.KS A CO.
RECIPROCITY I ! I
HEW CIGAR STORE
Ol'EXKI) II V II. J. XOLTK,
orPOSlTR F1SCHKH ft KOTII, Merchant Tailors.
A BRANCH OF THK OLOKST AM)
Xm. largest Tobacco and Cigar tiore in Honolulu.
The Best Assortmenl of Pipes
From Meerschaum to Briar.
Tlio X3oeit Solootioxi of
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO
Cini'M oi Every Quality
se23) From finest Havana to common Manila. (qr
KS. FROM NIX '
CJMALL SIZES. FROM NIX TIIRKAH TO
one and a tia'f inch, (tnyi) For rale by llOLLKd A Co.
THEO, H. DAVIES
IS SOW LANIMXO FROM CA LI FOR
MA, ex MARY BLLLK ROBKKT, and other late arrt
vals, and offers
FOR SALE CHEAP !
Oregon Salmon in Bbls.
Tobacco, "Cable Coil,"
Honey in Comb,
Honey in Glass,
&c. &&, &c, &c.
MORE RUBBER PAINT.
AN ASSORTMENT OF COLORS AND
J. B hades, receired per Murray, and lor sale y
KOLLEP A CO.
G .& STL 33 ILJSIM COOK
WOULD CALL ATTKXTIO.V TO TIIKIK
NEW GOODS TO ARRIVE PER CEYLON
AMOSKEAO DENIMS A C A II At I TICKINGS. AMOSKEAO III.LE DRILLS,
Amoskeag Blae bleached Cotton, Hickory htrlpe, Lang l''Q Uleached Cotton,
I'tica Mills, 4-4 Bleached Cotton, a rery superior article. Perkin's Mills 4-4 Bleached Cotton, the chesest cotton In tosrnj
Kztra Vint, fine and Medium 4-t and 7-8 White all Wool flannels,
A Few Pieces Fancy Flannels for Children's Wear !
8-Card Matches, Devoe's and Downer's Kerosene Oil !
Shield Iron, Hunt's, Ohio, and Uoy's Handled Axes,
Axe Pattern Ebiogling and Bench Hatchets, I'ick Mattocks.
Crow Bars, Coe's Wrenches,
Eagle No. 20 and No. 2 Plows,
X0 A X( Bteel Plows, Wheelbarrows. Ox Yokes,
A Superior Assortment
Now much used in place
Axe Pick Matlock, Sledfre and Hammer Handles, hcythrs and HnsiUis, Wood Htirrups, Lamp II Ik k. Cut Nails. S U AOd,
Cot Spike and Wrought Nails, AMERICAN ZINC and LKAI) PAIMH, COI'AL, Uk M A K A CAKKI AiK AKItlfllEa)
A CAREFI.LLT KKLKCTKD INVOICE OF
KEROSENE CHANDELIERS AND LAMPS ! !
Chimneys of all styles and s:i-s. Lamp and Flower Pols, Brotifd Bracket Hand.
mpm nnnnmrin mi nirnTiT autti Tmrnnun o. dnnnMnn
m iinbDivDiJ um uiDriMi.u iiniLnunu w oiMiumi
SHELP HARB WARE t
Tis ' Ioor Locks, Butts, can and bra, asstd s:r.es; Pudl'x ks, new stj le-. Hat an! Oiat llorks, Hamroers. Hatchets,
A. Ir-s tKth ship and carpenters Kulis, Ie;ls, Planes, new style and ?u(r--; Imi.W' I lnn, Jenn'ns's Bits, 4-14 Is 1 16,
II-' 'losr Angr, Pat't.C Autrer. KxU-n.ion B.ts, Buirt,-r Knires. Pcrew lri:rs, Kireis and Burs, Chis Is. A wis. Ilosa llibba,
I K. liose, 3-'. 112 and i inch; Puiri -r Anierlcan T.ble Cutlery, worth t-xuruirjing ; Axle Clips, Hor.s Nslis, Babbet Metal,
Box l'ies Cooper's AnriU. Hnim-r, V Croise A Urrllers.
A fine ss.ortm'tjt tA V W, I'aint, Varn h and Cenirifugsl Bru.hes. Isth-r Iiu.t rs. rhoe, Milnr, and Metallic Hair
Rruthss A small but floe assorlmer.t of TKII'LK PLT.I FlAlWKK V A P fci, Call B- llsanil Individual fait B'Htle, a new
dV rn A f w Infant Baskets. Mo an I Toy Bankets for t hri.'mss
The NEW SL'MMER ULEEN Oil. COOK SIOVE h OVEN and lilt OILER. Tb. greatest
Stove out ami sales ma le ahead of production.
A Small AMsrtmrnl f S A D II hKH V. with Sample ordering card Adju table Tables. Just the thing lit lilies
Hurricane, Glot and Signal Lanterns. Csrriage Bolts, Ksgle Brai.d, ail n; Milr Boxs w.ih Histii's Paws.
Superior and fine asst. of House Paper & Bordering
Which can be seen at and Ia sale Ly
The New Charter Oak Lawn Mower, Pets Floral Tools f -r Ladies' use.
TO ARRIVE BY STEAMER,
A FEW OF imsTOX'S FINEST HAWS AXD FILES.
rr Tbe absrr Caarfa wr? I's.rrliaal far Caah al liwliaru Friers sail wr will radesvsr
la Sell at aaliafariary prlcra far Cash ar Apravrd Crrrlif. n4 lUa
PR' WEST LUMBER
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Iilorchant Sta.
Nor" WVrl 1 inch Hoard, Nor Vet l TUnk,
Nor Wit 14 In. Flank; X, 3, and 4 la. Flank,
Nor' West Tongued A (IrooreJ Hoards, 1 A If
Nor' Wect Surlaeed. 1 In. and 14.
Nor' 'el Scantling, all le;
Nor' West Timber, all !;
WHITE CEDAII SHINGLES !
i u js t it i: v i: i v i: i
Per I I. Ar. -AJmy, .
A CHOICE CARGO
RED muni miiiui !
1 Inch Hoards H. 14 and t Inch,
Hough Surfaced, 1 in I j, 1, 2 and Sin. of th
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3x1 lYeU. Hod Wood; 4x4 Foals, Ued Wood;
4x0 Fonts, Ke.l Wood All 7 foot long.
Also, Led Wood Sjilit FoMa,
All SIZES OF ItEl) W00I1 SCAM11AG
Hough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and (Jroovi d Hoard. Hrd Wood;
Tongu and (Grooved Hoards, Hed Wood, IJ;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
ALL rlZKfl ,
Nails, Builders1 Hardware,
Oil, Wlill.' Lead. Zinc Taint,
Chromo (Ireen, I'nrls (ircen, ("liroiao Yellow,
Krd Lead. l!Uck I'alnt, Vartilshea,
Haw and Hurnt Umber, in oil;
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c, &o.
Whito Ash Plank,
Whlto Custom Pino,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER!
Order from Hit other Island, Oiled with
care and dispatch.
I.UWKRff A. IICK01V.
rpill: I'MIF.IIMUNKI) HAN JL'ftT RIC-
E CKI VKI M-r Mail from the celebrated
Uf.AKflOW IKON tVDRKR lit
MESSRS. MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON.
Rxart particulars of tlis rot of
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
Of srvrritern dlfWciit csj sclllos ranging
10SO I.bs. Kugar 1st IO Hoar si I st Cs.l mt
270, as Flral.rlaaa Vnrsisssss I'siM
I' la Ml sualtf 13 Taaa mt -Car
I si IO llssnalarstl
f 1,470. aVI I rr ra
The underslirned are prepared ir rrclrs ordirs I sarh
machinery, at d to arrans- fir frHrit on san to Ix shipped
ty a NKW I HON CI.III'KIt PIMP now building In tli
Clyde of 1000 tons burden, to lis re ULAMIOW oa or about
the l&ih of February first.
N. H Ord'-rs for all kinds of llsclilnery and other Kara.
pean Morrhandiae to be alilpped by Uis slots sreaaal, should
be xrnt to tli nr.iliT.I(f"'tl during the mould of W-its)ibrr or
not lau r than OcUiber loth, llai of freight arranged for.
au2 onr.rN, macfarlanm a co.
flMIK FIRK-l'IHlOF HTORK Qarrss f
1 Mrt, lau-l ooruiiled by t). B. Iiartow as i 1
an Auotion Hooia. l'oMsslon riven Itomeillstrl. lM
Apply to nih4 W, C. I' ARM. A.
Horse and Mule Collars,
Arne's Hioveis and Ppades, round ti.l-4i
Hall's, K-l's and Ixkt's Hi or. Is and f !!., round point ad.
3, 4. and 4 in. K. Iiinsr. Mason's larr Hinckinr.
Horse Nails, Kinnly's JLxUm, Coocord Pipings.
Tlnn-d Isx, t to 30 "S I Glue, lis Bows, -4 and Inrhesv
limxins, t-il arid allium f.s.tern wiad(
Pui-rir Usrdi-n Hoes. No. 2, 14, and 1014 o krl.
Kitchen Marble Ware !
of Porctlaio Liocd Ware,
A LI. KM 4 110 II IN HO X