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CORBITT & ELACLEAY,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
13 and 15 From St.; 10 and 12 First St., Portland, O.
SAX FRANCISCO OFFICE, 202 SACRAMENTO STREET.
Bank of British Columbia
First National Gold Bank
Jleni. H. Hackfeld 6t Co
. . .Portland, Oregon
Messrs. nmuoy . -..
Mewn. Greeo, Macfarlane Co
. i.i.fui PmHnM solicited, on which CASH
A p VCE3 WILL BE MADK. mh2 ly ,
A. P. EVEEETT,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
405 FROST STREET, CORNER CLAY,
Particular attention paid to Consignments of Island Produce
J. BECHTINGEB, M. D.
PiiriiriAVTO THE ITALIAN T.. AND
" " h M B , SoSe- 704 Sacramento Street cor
ner J KTa?n" San Francisco, C.l. BesKience. ouA-st
corner of .Mason and Pacific tlzl
IIMDI A RICE MILL !
MISSIOX FRF.M0ST STSSAX FRAMISCO, C1L.
mllE i vn A RICE MILL HAVING VSDKR
T It MaierUl imrmremenw. U now in Perfect Cond.tion
mim k DRESSISC OF PADDY !
N C LEANED RICE,
I: -ijeBt Possible Manner. The Price for Hailing and
Ur' ag or Paddy has been Reduced 30 Per Cent.
OAODY AND HULLED RICE !
rVM ll'c.v Prompt find Careful Att'vtion.
WM. M. OR KEN WOOD,
a,.l Comiion Merchant and Proprietor of j
SW FR1XCISCO, CALIFORNIA,
Established in 1852.
RANKIN, BRAYTON & CO.,
ENGINES. BOILERS & MACHINERY
Of Evfrj Description.
jT Particular attention paid to the Manufacture of
Sl iiAR MILLS. VACl'l'M PANS,c.
- . w-k a a
EPPS'S COCOA !
" By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which gov
ern :h operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful
.r p'u'-aion of the fine properties or well-selected cocoa. Mr.
4PP, ha. provided our breakfast tables -lib driiortdj
cUw-ed beverage which may save os many heavy doctors
t il! i to by the judicious use of such articles of diet mat a
. on.;.:ution iay be gradually built op until strong e ngh to
re-Ut every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle mr.U
d are floating around u. ready to attack wherever tr-we .s a
weak point. We may escape many a fatal fhr.fU y keeping
, jr-elves well fortified with pure blood ar.-l j .roi.r.y noct
.,h : 'rame." See Article in the Cir:! Sentre iizrttr.
, Made simply with t.-rilic? water or mili.
SM.I only in Pa-Vsts and T.uj, Jib and 2B, jbeU--d :
JAMES EPFS & CO.,
Tn-T.t mMU Stbj;t. nad 17, IVf'-:.T
KoM!-, Fr.-r.s avi ..: -OWS,
i.irtWFORD & CO.,
r,- Carter Lnar.St. Paul's, Loudon, E. C.
f G TO STATE THAT THEY ARE OPEN
For any Commercial Transactions,
Coo.IiBBients, ftr Grantin? Drfts and Presfutin:
Camnirrrial Bills for AcreptaDrt
and Payment. For
Dli YINC ENGLISH GOODS
At a Very Small Commission,
Aft Forwanling Goods to any Place in
England, or the Continent.
-!-eg to draw your attention to a very importmt English
!r.r-M:ion we have oo hand, Tiz:
Woolen Blankets or Coverings,
OF LARGE S17.E3,
Combined with an Air Pillow !
Kill be found most necessary and
TJr 7TJL FOE MILITAEY MEN,
F0?. USE IN HOSPITALS, &c, &c, &c.
iv-sesstDg, amongst others, the following ad
t .i .ages : It is the Finest Substitute for a Bed.
i Pillow can be Raised or Lowered at any
t; ?ith the Greatest Ease. It will pack up in
a pxr Small Compass, and can be carried about
Without Any Inconvenience.
?r.ICE,-FR0M 15s. TO 35s. EACH !
Wl.en ordering the abote Article, please remit
t - amount of jour order to
j?3f-al W. CRAWFORD c Co.
HAZELTON PIANOS !
RAND. SQUARE AND UPRIGHT. THE
JK Best in the Market. Prices Lower than any other first-
class piano. FULLY WARRANTED to stand any climate.
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
CHAS. S. EATON. Oen'l Agent,
jy23 6m 133 Montgomery SL, fan Francisco, CaL
ART GALLERY & EMPflBIlirJ
Just Received from San Francisco,
bt late arrivals. 1
A Large.and Handsome Assortment
Such as Frames, Velvet Cases, Union Cases, ;e. Also,
A M STUB OF PHOTOGRAPHS !
Printed in Porcelain;
' Portraits in Alba Plates,
A Style never before Introduced in Ilonolxdxu
T mUa bee to sar that I am prepared to take Pbotocrraphs
from Lockets and produce a picture 17x20, a aiae which will
be remembered by Honolulu people some years ago, made by
Every facility will be found at my establishment to
Take any and All Kind of Pictures!
Frames made tm Order.
Aided by the elements and the advantages of human inge
nuity and enterprise, uive - ,u.
,a25 A. A. MOIYTA1YO.
Vo. OS Xiiuanii Street !
Xh on hand and constantly rfteiving,
A VERY CHOICE ASST. OF TOBACCO,
Cigars and Snuff,
Cigars, Habana and Manila,
-.tural LeafHard and Light Preyed Tobacco,
Dark and Bright Nary,
Dark and Bright Fine Cat Chewing,
A Varied Assortm't of Smoking,
Qrannlated and Cut,
Golden Floss & Old Virginia for Cigraritas,
Miff A BOY, COARSE RAPPEE and SCOTCH SMFF,
In Glass or Tin Foil, 2 and 4 oz. pkf.
We will not be undersold, and our goods are new and freh
We ako continue the manufacture
Mineral Waters of all Kinds !
LEMON APE, GINGER ALK, c, tc.
ulS 3m HO LUSTER Si. CO.
H4 VE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS
at lhse Islands, fir the sale of the
O o 1 obr . o d
Miller, Stewart & (to.'s
CROWN BRAND OF
LEADING BRAND IN KENTUCKY,
United Btates, and which for its purity and superior quality, is
Highly recommended for Medi
cinal use !
We hare now landing per bark Discovery,
A Small Invoice of these
WniCH WILL BE OFFERER AT AGENTS' RATES
Extra Bourbon, in varnished oak casks and japanned hoops;
Bye, " "
" Bourbon in polished kegs and nickle plated hoops,
Bourbon in 1 dozen bottle casps,
Bye in 1 dozen bottle cases.
Each bottle bearing the Caotion Label, aDd
Put up Expressly for Green, Mac
farlano & Co. .
We GVA RANTKE these W!:Ufc:es to be the Genuioa
''M'.Iier, Stewart it Co.' Crown iira.iu.'" direct '.mm tqs
rosnufacturers, and la quality ntir arpassed.
GREEN. MACFARL.ANE Ai CO.
A ND AS YOU SEE HAVE
J.. myself with one 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
EIEMTIIIM IX THE TRUE LIE
Among which are
Ladies' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, nvetea eages;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladies' Elegant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladies' Kmbosscd Zinc Saratogas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases,
Ladies' Knssia Lainer flopping vaiises,
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 edges;
Gent's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Oent's Leather Trunks in all sizes;
Gent's Bound Edge Trunks,
Gent's Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gent's Bridle Leather Valises,
Gent's No. 1 and 2 Boston Valises,
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Elegant Russia Leather
Gent's Shawl and Blanket Straps, Trunk Straps,
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
In fart everything in the above line and
at Bed Jloclc Pi'ices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT LINE OP
GEM'S SHOE WARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thing for the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
Ever offered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
suppers, and in fart everything In all well appointed Boot and
All the above lines of Goods icill be Sold
at Ibices to suit the Times.
Thrse Gaodn are well kaawn here and need
m rrromtneadatlwn. Every Pair
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
TISlTORS AT HILO.AD PARTIES EX
KOLTK FOR THE VOLCANO, can find -
BOARD AND LODGING
AT REASONABLE BATE3, at the above establishment
HOESES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At short notice, and all arrangements made for the trip to the
mountain. (jy21 ly) C. K. BAFAI.
MALLSIZES,FROM SIX THREAD TO
yj one ann a nai incn. (my a) t ot f-ale by uullm k to
LEIVERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
Nor' Wept 1 inch Boards, Nor' W-st Plank.
Nor' West 1 in. Plank; 2, 3. and 4 in. Plank.
Nor West Tongned fc Grooved Boards, 1 &
Nor' Wwt Surfaeed, 1 in. and 1.
Nor West Scantling, all fizch ;
Nor' West Timber, all sizes;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
Per JrL. W. Almy,
A CHOICE CARGO
RED IHIIHI IJ Hill! !
1 inch Boards 1, 1J and 2 inch,
Rough Surfaced, 1 in. IJ, 1, 2 and 3 in. of the
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3x4 Posts. Red Wood; 4x4 Posts, Red Wood;
4xB Posts, Red Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Posts,
ALLSIZES OF REDWOOnSCAATLIAG
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grdove.l Boards. Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards. Red Wood, lj;
Doors, Windows arid Blinds,
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead. Zinc Paint,
Chromo Green, Paris Green, Chronio Yellow.
Red Le d. Black Paint, Varnishes,
Raw Burnt Umber, in oil;
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c, &c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND; BORDER !
fl&F- Orders from the other Islands filled with
care and dispatch.
EX HARK COUINCiA,
Hunt' Axes, Ax Handles, Ox Bow, Char
coal Irani, Snfen.
Also, on H and,
BUILDERS' HARDWARE !
Tinware, Cordage, Belting, Rubber Hoee,
Lamps, Lanterns, Plows, Cultivators,
Horse Hoes, Wheelbarrows, Canal Barrows,
Hingham Buckets, Wooden Pails,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
&c., &c, &c:, &e., Ac.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
' Silver Plated Ware,
ALL TO BE SOLD CHEAP i
RECIPROCITY ! ! !
NEW CIGAR STORE
OPENED BT II. J. NOL.TE,
OPPOSITE FISCHER & BOTH, Merchant Tailors,
A BRANCH OP THE OLDEST AND
largest Tobacco and Cigar Store in Honolulu.
The Best Assortment of Pipes
From Meerschaum to Briar.
Tlio Boat Selection of
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO
Cigars ot Every Quality
se23) From finest Ilavana to common Manila. jb)
raiHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE-
U. CEIVED per Mail from the celebrated
GLASGOW IRON WORKS OF
MESSRS. MIRLEES, TAIT & "WATSON,
Exact particulars of the cost of
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
Of seventeen different capacities ranging-
1680 L.ba. Sugar in lO Hour at n Coal mf
270, a. Firat clnaa Vacuum I'ait
Plaut to make 12 Tomk tf Su
gar in lO IUsral a rotl
f 4,47 0, delirere.1
The undersigned are prepared to receive orders for such
machinery, and to arrange for freight on same to be shipped
by a NKW IRON CLIl'PKIt SHIP now building in (he
Clyde ot 1000 tons burden, to leave GLASGOW on or about
the 16th of February next.
N. B. Orders for all kinds of Machinery and other Euro
pean Merchandize to be shipped by the above vessel, should
be sent to the undersigned during the month of September or
not laier man i ictooer lutti. Kaie or lreignt arranged for.
au26 GREEN, MACFARLANR & CO.
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3.
A Tour to Oregon and British
Bv'the XIet. Alexander Mackixtosu.
(Continued from our last issue)
There Las been a little excitement lately owing
to the setting up of an opposition line of steam
ships between Portland and San Francisco.
This reduced the cabin passage money from
twenty-five dollars to ten. In another week a
farther redaction to $7.50 took place ; and m
one week more a person could travel first-class
from San Francisco to Portland, a three day s
journey for five dollars, and in the steerage tor
two and a half, this beatB the Kilauea or
Likehke for cheapness !
The people of Portland are better off for
amusements and relaxation than the people of
Honolulu. They have a very fine Public Library,
which would do credit to any city. Subscribers
have the r-rivilege of introducing their friends,
who then share the benefits of the Library for
two weeks at a time. I suppose there would be
scarcely any book extant that an enquirer could
nnr, frpx. iudzinz from the size of the rooms and
mimhrr of hnoks therein. Then the readinff-
room is fully supplied with the current periodi
cals and magazines, of almost every civilized
country. This is necessary, for Portland is some-
thino- like llonoium m tne uivereuy no iuuavi-
tants. Then again there are side rooms wnere
vi ran takft their hooks or narjers, or play
eames. or smoke or chat, in all forming the most
attractive of resorts. The Theatre is a handsome
buildin", the ground story ot wnicn is usea as a
Market. The Market did not seem to be very
flrvn vl fi i n nr On nne. side, a nart of the lower
building is partitioned off into little rooms which
are used as a restaurant. Here the business
people have their luncheons, and people who live
n lodgings meir meais.
The Gymnasium is largely patronised by the
young gentlemen ot I'ortiana. ine -uuseuni is
small, but very creuuaDie.
There are several 6maii varies in tno city, in
which are stands for the convenience of bands of
music, and one large 1'artc wrnca traverses me
city from one end to the other. This last is
planted with trees, and in a lew years ic wiu oe
a 111 0E C ueilgunui piaue. uuaiiug uu iuc Dujuutu,
broad river is largely indulged in. Pic-nio par
ties, both by day and by moon-light, pull up the
river and encamp on the thickly wooded and
picturesque islands with which the river is inter
Portland cannot DoaBi ot us roaus, tuougu iub
scenery which one passes through is truly mag
nificent. The road by the " White H-ise 'as
it in called is very decent, and leads through a
forest ot pine, maple, rea ana yeiiow nr, wregun
.o,ln- nlrfpr nnd stiruce. The undergrowth is
chiefly oak scrub, hazel, blackberry, wild goose-
J ... 1 . i 1 V T
berry, nuciueDerry, ana oiner uerrj ueanug
shrubs. The canons are beautiluWrives, u only
your horses aro docile and well under control.
A very slight shy would precipitate carriage and
. n f i a i 1 . a. I ,1 A.
all. tnousanas ot ieet dciow. rui tne graiiueai
..... mm m 1IM I rl'S
of all walks is that to JMarknam s iiui. ine
rnnrl winrifl rnnrid and round a denselv wooded
bill, until it reaches the summit ; every now and
then, a glimpse is anoraea oi ine vaney ui tne
river, with tne city at tne ena oi u, wnen me
top is reached the whole expanse of the country
. . t- . i r t.
is open to view, rar away, ribiug uut ui mc
thick dark woods, the lofty snow-clad peaks ap
near. dazzlinz in their whiteness. Here and
there a township brightens up the gloom of the
deep green foliage. The placid surface of the
W illamette lulls one into a acep reverie, uum
which one is rather rudely aroused by the ap
pearance of a railway train, running along the
bank, or of one of the river boats disturbing the
Portland is not behind the age in " Societies."
It is said that hardly ever does a man die in this
city, but that he belongs to, and his funeral is
undertaken by one or more of these Societies,
Free-mason, Odd-fellow, Good Templar, Knight
of Pythias, Improved Order of Red Men, and
if it does happen that he is not a member of any of
these, he is sure to be a Fireman or a Soldier.
I believe that much the same may be said of our
Honolulu citizens. The companies and wards of
the Fire Department are on the same principle
as those of Honolulu. The British Benevolent,
and St. Andrew's Societies are flourishing.
There are five daily newspapers published in
Portland and three weekly. The Germans pub
lish a paper in their own language. The people
are not exempt from newspapers even on Sundays.
Hotels are numerous, but they 6ink into in
significance when compared with our beautiful
The schools are numerous and are of the best
description. The Government Central High
School is an immense establishment. The Ro
man Catholic Sisters have a large school for girls.
St. Helen's Hall is the name of Bishop Morris's
girls' school. The pupils number one hundred
and titty, ana these nave a scan oi teacners num
bering eleven. Every facility is given for a
sound education, together with accomplishments
both useful and ornamental. One wing of the
hall is used as a chapel, another for the
Bishop's residence. The school-rooms are large
and lofty. The whole building is exceedingly
pretty, and the grounds are laid out with great
The Bishop Scott Grammar School for boys
only, is situated in a healthy locality. It affords
an "excellent education to its pupils. The Rev.
George Burton is the Principal. The Bishop of
the dioceBe is the Visitor, or Rector. All the
schools were enjoying their holidays, conse
quently I could not see them in working order.
The people of Portland appear to be a great
church-going people. Each religious body has
its church, so the number seems legion. All,
except the Roman Cathedral, add to the beauty
of the town. There are two Synagogues. The
Jews form a very considerable part of the popu
lation of Portland.
There are two Hospitals one under the care
of the Roman Catholic Sisters ; the other under
the supervision of Bishop Morris, who founded
the establishment. An Orphanage adjoins this
latter, which was also founded by the Bishop.
The population of Portland is formed of repre
sentatives from nearly every nation under the sun
f believe Turkey is the only European nation
unrepresented. However all unite in speaking
the master language English and in their love
for their adopted country. The greater propor
tion has been attracted there, with the hope of
realizing a speedy fortune ; but, with the loss of
this hope, all have settled down to the only cer
tain means of acquiring wealth steady indus
try. I met some old Hawaiian friends.
(To be continued.)
Black Dan" Electrified the Broker.
" While I was in the senate (said General
Shields) I saw much of Webster both in and out
of the capitol. He met me one day and said ;
Shields, I find I have got into difficulty with
some of my constituents, some Quakers, who are
dissatisfied with my advocacy of a certain meas
ure, and have sent a large delegation down here
from Massachusetts to make a protest. I have
promised to meet them this evening, and I would
like to have you there.'
" Why, what can I do?"
" Your native blarney, Shields ; it may help
me out of this trouble." " I laughed at the
idea of blarney effecting anything where Daniel
Webster's eloquence could not convince ; and I
made that objection ; but he insisted, and I
promised to be on hand. Evening came, and 1
joined Mr. Webster at his rooms. Presently
the delegation arrived and were seated, a dozen
or twenty of the most solemn men I have ever
seen, all rigidly costumed in Quaker dress.
Without wasting any time the chairman arose
and addressed Mr. Webster in a set speech. He
commented severely on the course of the senator
as to the measure in question, setting forth the
bad effect which it might have on their sect, ex
pressing great sorrow and tupriee that Mr. Web
ster had been found supporting such a bill, and con
cluded with a vigorous protest in writing, which
bore many signatures. Webster listened atten
tively with unchanged countenance, and when
the spokesman had resumed bis seat be rose and
replied. He spoke half an hour, and before he
concluded grew as eloquent as he was often
li rn .-ii Ilia rlafVinA ino cfmnln tlmf Iia Aaamaji
the measure one demanded by the interests of
-1 i i . i . i i - i.
ine wiime country, nuuougn it tuigiit nut ue
specially adapted to the wants and interests of
any sect, and after clearly setting this forth, be
made 6uch an appeal to the delegation to remem
ber that they were Americans as well as Quakers,
that I was fairly electrified. The effect produced by
hia words on the delegation was astonishing.
When he began they were all seated ; after he
had spoken ten minutes one after another rose
to his feet, until they were all standing ; then
they commenced to move toward him, and they
had soon surrounded him in a body. Before he
finished I saw the chairman take out his peti
tion and tear it to pieces; and when he bad
finished some of them were shedding tears, and
all were grasping Webster's hands as fast aa
they could get them. 'Friend Webster, cried the
spokesmen, thee is right and we are wrong ;
we owe thee an apology ; we will say no more
about it ; thee knows thy duty better than we.
" The next day I met Mr. Webster, and with
a countenance of perfect gravity he said ; Well,
Shields, now didn't we blarney those fellowB
HAW. BARK " E. 0. WYLIE,"
130 Day from Bremen,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Cottons, Linens, Woolens and Silk,
Cloths and CashmereB, Shirts, Towels,
Shawls, Clothing, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery,
Ribbons, Cutlery, Sheet Zine, Tin Plates,
Sheet Lead, Corrugated Roofing,
Fence Wire, Hoop Iron,
Centrifugal Linings, Leather Belting,
Burlaps, India Rubber and Flax Packing-,
ONE COTTAGE PIANO,
Toys, Paints and Oils,
Stationery, Printing and Wrapping Paper,
Powder and Shot,
Yellow Metal Sheathing and Nails,
Stockholm and Coal Tar,
Tallow and Molasses Containers,
WINES, ALES, AND SPIRITS, &e., Ac, &c.
For Sale by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
The Challenge Standard
TMIE ON'LT SELP-REGULATISOWIJiD-.
MILL in the World, and when material used, rower.
Workmanship and Durability are considered, it is acknowl
edged to be the
CHEAPEST WIM-MILL OT IS USE
We are the ONLY Manufacturers in the World of
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
For power purposes, such as running Custom
Grist Mills and Feed Mills.
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
A ad Practical Teal.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IK VARIOUS SIZES,
For Irrigation and Psmplag Water for
Stock Farms or Family rse .
ET Two of the latter are now here and can be aeen on ap
plication to the undersigned.
For further particulars, address
CHALLENGE MILL CO.,
Batavia, III., V. 8. A.
Or JAMES S. LEMOX,
Hoaolola, H. 1. J"28 T
A PLEASANT, HARMLESS. NON-INTOXICANT,
a refreshing drink for warm weather, with posi
tively no mineral acids or other deleterious substances. Man
ufactured by ISRAL r,gIIEB No. 2 Ring EU Ilonolulu.
The following Certificate, from a medical man, speaks for
tself: HONOLULU, March 17th, 1875.
HAVING EXAMINED THIS CHAM PAGNE
CIDER, made by Messrs. Fisher a Son, of this city, I
find it entirely free from any deleterious ingredient. On the
contrary, Its component parts comprise a beverage which I
have never seen equaled for its anU-biUious, tonie and invigo
rating properties. I have nsed it myselT at a chotogogue and
I have prescribed its use for my patienta. I eotninend it un
hesitatingly aa a refreshing and an eminently healthy drink
foour tropical climate. I consider it Vhea'.tVDtbe
kind that I ever met with. O. T. SHIFLEY. l. u.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, 1
. I. , . .,, v i n i7S noHonallv appeared
before me Geo. T. Shipley, known to me to be the person de
scribed in and who executed the annexed ff?"'' w
acknowledged to me that he executed the aame freely jnd vol
untarily, and for the uses and purposes therein set forth.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
my26 6m Notary Public.
PRESERVED C0RHED BEEF !
PRESERVED HAMS. PRESERVED BEEF
Tongues, in two pound cans, . ,-v
.29 For gale by KOLLtS A CO..
Vi BtL-EJlUBi w UUii
Importers and Dealers in
OP ALL KINDS;
Two Large and Well Selected
O Al. T Gr O EfS
Comprising all the usual Stock Sizes in
TIMBER, FLANK, BOARDS,
FENCING and PICKETS.
ALSO ON HAND :
A Most Complete Stock of
DRV BEDW000 !
. SoantliDg ; Plank, surfaced and rough ;
Boards, surfaced and rough; Battens,
Pickets, Rustic, Lattice, Clapboards
ALSO. IN STOCK.
A Fine Asst. of WALL PAPER,
BOLTS, SCREWS, &c, &c.
PAINT & WHITE WASH BRUSHES !
METALLIC and other PAINTS !
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
OF CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN
MAKE, ALL SIZES.
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
PATENTED JULY llih, 1871.
THE MOST WONDERFULLY
Effective External Remedy
EVER DISCOVERED. . ,
A SKIX LIKE MOMMENTAL ALABASTER may bf
attained by usIdr GLEXX'S SI LNU R SOAP.
Try It, Ladles.
It is a a-enuine beautifier, and very ecoooinical. This Soap
safely and certainly removes cutaneous eruptions TP"nJ
the pores whose obstruction ws the cause of the d.ff.euity;
TEST AND YOU WILL ENDORSK IT.
Being a powerful deodorizer, dinenftclanl and eounler
irritant, yet entirely harmless, it pos..ve!y cures all local
DisiABBSOF th 8ih as if by magic.
It thoroughly bleachea the cuticle and pbm!ti.t Bmai
tifies the comM-kxioh th a certainty unknown to any arti
cle ever invented for that purpose- j . ,.., ,
It is emphatically the remedy for bcalm n l ?. j";
stantly removing all soreness without pain, and eff -rting a
cure in every instance. . n. .Tlu
As a preventative and remedy for Goer and Rhri wat.hm,
its effects are really wonderful. ...
A a , ure preventative of all di.ea,' that art eotn
munieaUd by coming in contact vcith the Vtrnon, uck a
"sr'tJM, Banees asd Cn are cured with unfailing rr-
Ul?tl'emovfi Dandrvff-and prevent the hair from .falling
oj or turning prematurely gray. .....
It completely D'"""0 Clothiso. from the sick-room or
person, that bas become impregnated with disease.
GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP 1
is a "oeciflc in those OBNOXIOUS DISEASES which have
been heretofore treated with " Hulphur Ointments" having the
advantage ot being Cut. Iorrr.iv and Vijcioik to
SULPHUR BATIIH !
The beneficial results of Sulphur Baths are too well known
to require comment. The effects of CLE.NX'.t SUL
PHUR SOAP In the bath, are truly electrical, completely
deodoriaing offensive accumulations anil thoroughly purifying
the entire surface of the body. In fact it is
The King of Soaps for Bathing
and Toilet Purposes.
Direction. For Diseases of the fikin bathe freely and
apply a thick lather before retiring, allowing it to remain over
night. for Scalds and Burns apply the lather freely to the
affected parts, and the fire and pain will be removed immedW
itely. for Gout. Rheumatism, Sprains, Bruises and Cuts sp-
ply cloths well saturated with a strong solution. forold Hores
and Ulcers it is invaluable. Use freely as a lotion. For a
preventative in Objectionable Diseases use a strong suds as a
wash, externally ar.d by injection. It never fails.
Thoroughly wash and rinse the article with SULP II UR
gO A P, then strain rub the soap well into the fabric and put
sufficient soft water to cover it and let it soak twenty-four
hours or even longer if convenient, dry without wringing or
rinsiu? and iron wh'le qui! damp with a hot an iron as can
be used without burning SULPHUR SOAP may be
used for all uumoses where it does not come in contact with
bright metal or paint. It blackens the one and removes the
GLENN'S SULHUR SOAP
LJ CHEERFULLY ENDORSED BV THE MEDICAL FRA.
Beware or Imitxvtioriw
GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP.
TAKE NO OTHER.
FOR SALE BY.
Be3 M. MclNERNY.
A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT
ALWA YS OX HAN IK
Also, Whale Boats and Boat Stock
AND WHALING OF.AR.
Far Sale br A. V. PEIRCE A. CO
PUULOA SALT, BRAND'S BOMB OI'Nl",
BRAND'S BOMB LANCES,
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER, Ac.
(mylfl coq j)
OIL, OIL, 57 L !
STITAINEIO SPERM OIL!
BY THE CASK OR GALLON IN QUAN
titie to uii, at the lowest rates.
Polar and Walrus Oil, Shark Oil,
Paint Oil. Kerosene Oils, &c.
For Snlr by
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
COTTON & HEMP DUCK.
1i nOA YARDS COTTON DUCK.
J " W F (Lawrence) No. 1 to 10, Just received ex
Coringa, and ex other arrivals.
6.000 yd Moodhuy Cotton Durk, all numbers,
6,000 yd Hemp Duck, Long Flax and Merchant Navy,
Also Cotton Havens, Cotton and Hemp Twine, Ac, Ac.
For sale by A. W . I'KI KCK A CO.
TAR, PITCH, &c.
M ERICA N AND SWEDISH TAR.WIL-
.m. mniKtnn I'llcli, Uakum, jc, ISaval More", etc.
For sale by
A. W. 1'KIKCK CO.
MANILA & HEMP CORDAGE.
OfWl COILS MANILA Si IIEMPCOH
Ol ringe, a full artmi'nt, ail sir.es.
tor sale by A. W. I'KI KCK k CO
WIRE ROPE, WIRE SEIZING.
A GOOD SUPPLY. Far Sale br
A. W. I'KI KCK A CO.
ANCHORS & CHAINS.
NC1IOKS FROM 40 LIIS.TO 28U( LIIM.
CHAINS from 1-4 Inch to 1 3-4 inches.
For sale by A. W. I'KI KCK A CO.
BEST ASH OARS.
A FULL SUPPLY. f .1 to 82 feel
For sale by
A. W. I'KIRCK A CO.
THE OX-D GOBlIMKR
Coffee and Billiard Saloon,
ESTABLISHED IN 1858,
OFFERS FOR SALE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
IIAVAA, GEim A & MAMLA CIGAItS
Light and Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TODACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing: Tobacco
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO
And a Large Asoortment of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES !
Tobacco Punches, Pipe f tem.
Amber and Horn Mouth Pieces,
Pipe Buttons, Cigarette Paper, He., He
II. J. XOLTE,
a16 qr Corner of Queen and Nuuanu tits.
Let the Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is IheJWLY TEST I
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE I
American, oll X- Silver
A Fine Hunting Caw Walllmm Hirer rValch for l fl
a . . it S
(luld Wat. h for
Ladles' Oi.1.1 Wst.li,
All mt lli nbie HairarKlKli " WailllisiMa
Wnlrkrs, will asM al -l .
I r ! fsrl h siral 0
F.vrry Wairls (iumrmmtrt-H. r lit Mmrf
Trutli is Jllitflify niid
M. MrlNKUM ,
Solo Agent for the Waltham
jj2i Watch Co. f
IRON, IRON. C0AL, COAL
WEST & CH AYTER
HAVE JUST RECEIVED EX ESKIIANK,
from Glasgow, one f the largest and
BEST ASSORTED INVOICES
Ft tr Tmis.rtpil ii.ln thin KlnqdoM,
Which, together with their Lar(re Htock on hand, they offer for
sale, In quantities ta suit,
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES.
OTT3Vi:i333Xl.lLa A.rCTI3 COAli
Of tlie Very Best Quality, for Blacksmiths' on, m sacks.
Carriage Materials, Holts and fprlnr. A 1 Tubiilr
Re, of Benlan Horseshoes, VKKi LO Tunumr
Iron Oa Dows, cheap and durable.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
anU tf vJJiMA-T-?-"
mnF iTM)RltSIGNED. IRPW,.K.''0ii?
T" FTea and "off" Chop.. her.h, "
ter they will not furni.h a Msa L
of Tea or Coffee. '
aj . a i Tt ' Nv MT A I
NAM O A V. HOI'ViO.
Honolulu, July 26, 1877. " im "
TOSACCO & CIGAR ST011R