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wiluams, elanchard& co.f
Shipping & Commission
Ne. 218 Callferala Street,
mh28 u 8 AS FRANCISCO.
C ORB ITT & ELACLEAY,
SAJf FRANCISCO OFFICE, 203 SACRAMENTO STREET.
Bulk of British Colombia Portland, Oregon
First National (told Beak 6n Francisco
Micn. U. Hscxfeld Co Honolulu
Mnn. Eli hop Co Banker
Messrs. Green, Macfsriane & Co Honolulu
Con in meets of Island Prod ace solicited, on which CASH
ADVANCES WILL BE MADE. mh2Aiy
J. BECHTINGEB, M. D.
DHrSICUXTO THE ITALIAN T ASD
JL French St. B . Societies. TU4 escremetuo screes cor
oer of Kearny, San Francisco, CsL
corner of Masoo and Pacific
IIVTDI A RICE lYZIIiIei !
MISSION Jt 11E10XT STS., SA!f FIlA.CISCO, C1L.
THE INDIA R1CEMILL HAVING CNDEa
gone Material Improvements, is now in Perfect Condition
MUM k DRESSM OF PADDY !
U NCLEAN ED RICE,
In the Best Possible Manner. The Price for Holling and
Dressing of Paddy has been Uedaceal SO Per CemU
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
Wilt Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
WM. M. OR ESN WOOD,
General Commission Merchant and Proprietor of India Rice
Mill. anil 6m
PACIFIC IRON WORKS!
SIX FB15CISC0, CALIFORM1,
Established in 1852.
RANKIN, BRAYTON & CO.,
ENGINES, BOILERS & MACHINERY
Of Erery Description.
XT Particular attention paid to the Manufacture of
SUGAR. MILLS. VACUUM PANS.fce.
Refer in Honolulu to E. P. ADAMS, Esq.
EPPS'S COCOA !
" By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which gor
era the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful
application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa. Mr.
Eppa has prorided our breakfast tables with a delicately
flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors'
bills. It is by the jadicioas use of such articles of diet that a
constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to
resist erery tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are floatior around us ready to attack wherever there is a
weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping
ourselves well Ibrtined witn pure blood and a properly nour
ished frame." See Article in the Civil Strviee Gazette.
Made sluspty with boiling water or milk.
Sold only in Packets and Tins, lib and lib, labelled :
JAMES EPPS & CO.,
48, Thskosisolc Btbest, and 170, Piccadilly
Wosis, Ecstoh Road and Cimmi Tows,
selS Losdos. ly
W. CRAWFORD & CO.,
57 Carter Laae.Sf. Pawl's, Leaelea, E. C.
EG TO STATE THAT THEY ARE OPEN
For any Commercial Transactions,
. a I
Cssslgiaeits, far Grastlsg Drafts and Pmeatlng
Csaitierelal Bills ft r Aeceptasre
and Pajaeat. For
BUYING ENGLISH GOODS
At a Very Small Commission,
And Forwarding Goods to any Place in
England, or the Continent.
Wc beg to draw jour attention to a very Important English
Invention we have on hand, vixt
Woolen Blankets or Coverings,
OF LARGE SIZES,
Combined with an Air Pillow !
It xclU be found most necessary and
USEFUL FOE MILITABY MEN",
FOR USE IX HOSPITALS, &c, &c., &c.
Possessing, amongst others, the following ad
vantages : It is the Finest Substitute for a Bed.
The Pillow can be Raised or Lowered at any
time with the Greatest Ease. It will pack up in
a Very Small Compass, and can be carried about
Withont Any Inconvenience.
PRICE, FROM 15s. TO 35s. EACH !
When ordering the above Article, please remit
the amount of your order to
jj28 6m3 W. CRAWFORD & Co.
HAZELT0N PIANOS !
GRAND. SQUARE AND UPRIGHT. THE
Best in the Market. Prices Lower than any other flrsu
class Pianos. ECLLY WARRANTED to stand any climate.
Send for Catalogue and Price List.
CHAS. S. EATON, Oen'l Agent,
j2SCai 13$ Montgomery 8t, San Francisco, Cal.
Just Received from San Francisco,
BY LATE AEBIYALS.
A Large and Handsome Assortment
Each as Frames, Velvet Cases, Union Cases, A-e. Also,
A m SiUK Of PHOTOGRAPHS !
Printed in Porcelain;
Portraits in Alba Plates,
Style never before Introduced in Honolulu.
JLTtLt0IthJmak PP to Uke Photorraphs
fraea Lockets and produce a picture 17x20, a sise which will
5? rfbered T Honolulu people some years ago, saade by
- Mr. Weed.
Every fcdlUy wUl te foond at my establishment to
Taie any and All Kinds of Pictures!
Frames saade (e Order.
Aided by the elements and the advantages of human inge
eolty and enterprise. GivemeaCalL ,
ass A. A, I?10ITAI0.
I TO R A f! P fl P, HIH A HO
IVo. GS A 1111:11111 Street !
Xow ok hind and constantly reeelTlng,
VERY CHOICE ASST. OF TOBACCO,
CiZ&IS 2LH.& Sllllff.
Cigars, Habaaa and Manila,
. Natural Leaf Hard and Light Pressed Tobacco,
Dark and Bright Nary,
Dark and Bright Tine Cat Chewing,
I A Varied ASSOrtm't Of Smokin?.
Granulated end Cut,
Golden Floss & Old Virginia for Cigaritas,
MACCABOY, COARSE RAPPEE SCOTCH SSTTF,
In Glass or Tin Foil, S and 4 oc. pkg.
We will not be undersold, and our goods are new and fresh
We alee continue the manufacture
Mineral Waters of all Kinds !
LKMOXADE, GINQIR ALT, Ac, ke.
ao!8 3m II OL. LISTER c CO.
HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS
at these Islands, for the sale of the
Miller, Stewart & Co.'s
CROWN DRAND OF
LEADING BRAND IN KENTUCKY.
United Slates, and which for its purity and superior quality, Is
Highly recommended for Medi
cinal use !
We have now landing per bark Discovery,
A Small Invoice oi these
WHICH WILL BE OFFERED AT AGENTS' SATES
Extra Bourbon, in varnished oak casks and japanned hoops;
m Rye, u u u u
- Bourbon in polished kegs and nickle plated hoops,
M Bourbon In 1 dosen bottle cases, .
" Rye la 1 dosen bottle cases.
Each bottle bearing the Caution Label, and
Put up Expressly for Green, Mac-
farlane & Co.
We GUARANTKE these Whiskies tube thsGenuiua
u Miller, 8twart ft Co.'s Crown Brand," direct from Iqa
manufacturers, and in quality unsurpassed.
GREEN, MACFARLANE tt CO.
A KD as tou ske have provided
x3a. mvseir with one of those
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS !
which will stand the Baggage Smashers, and which ars onlj
to be bad at tbs
STORE of M. MclNERNY
Where can be found any or
EVERYTHIR'fi IS THE TRUE LIVE
Ladies' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladles' Elegant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladles' Embossed Zinc Saratogas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases,
Ladies' Russia Leather Shopping Valises,
Ladies' Bags and Reticules In all uses.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trunks,
An article much in demand, stowing neatly nnder the state
. Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Gent's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunks in all sixes;
Gent's Bound Edge Trunks.
Gent's Solid Sole Leather Valises.
Gent's Bridle Leather Valises,
ucni-s ho. x ana 3 Boston Valises,
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Elegant Russia Leather
Gent's Shawl and Blanket Straps, Trunk Strapa?l"n, C',,
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
In fact everything in the above line and
at Bed Bock Brices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT LINE OP
GENT'S SHOE TABE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
J ust the thing for the wet weather.
The Neatest Style of Men's
Ever offered here. Amon vtiirh - v. ..j
Bboe Stores. ''-"""S m au weu appointed Hoot and
All the above lines of Goods will be Sold
at Ibices to suit the Times.
These Gseii are well kaaw. urt, aaa m
a reesssmeaastlsB. Ersrr Pair
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
VSUORS AT HII'O.AND PARTIES EV
EOCTE EOR THE VOLCANO; can find
BOARD AND LODGING
AT REASONABLE RATES, at the above establishment.
HORSES AI7D GUIDES PROCURED
At short notice, and all amnMn.nta . .v. .,
moontain. . 1 IQS
O. K. HAPAI.
" " avewjsaO m VO. E
PHILiLDELPHIil ! !
I HTnr.1 wnnm t miPTnTiT
Lf-i-Ff-nO n fin ninrrnnil
AT THPin Oin ST A M f
Fort, King and Uerchant Sts.
Nor' West 1 inch Boards, Nor' West 1J Plank,
Nor' West 1ft in. Plank; 2, 3, and 4 in. Plank,
Nor' West Tongued & Groored Boards, 1 & 1
Nor' West Surfaeed, 1 in. 1 and J,
Nor' West Scantling, all sizes;
Nor' West Timber, all sizes;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
Per H. W. Almy,
j& CHOICE. CLRiSO
1 inch Boards 1$, 1 and 2 incb,
Rough Surfaced, 1 in. I, 1 J, 2 and 3 in. of the
nu-.-As "n.jTTT..joL' i I oonio ui tne woourous irmis, ana were tnere
UllOlCelOt Of Red WOOd SflingleSj with content. The journey was begun punc
3x4 Posts, Red Wood; 4x4 Posts, Red Wood:
4x6 Posts, Red Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Posts, .
All SIZES OF USD WOOD SfMTlMl
Rough and Clear,
nTJarpTn OTnTVn nrirmninnn
ItUUllU AAAA1VX, tlUArjili Pi. ft. UiTI,
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood. 14:
. ' ' . " " i ' 4 1 ) "
Doors, Windows and Blinds.
Nails, Builders1 Hardware,
Oil, White Lead, Zinc Paint.
Cbromo Gr-en, Paris Green, Cbromo Yellow,
Red Lead. Black Paint. Varnishes.
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c &c.
Whlto Ash Plank, .
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER I
Orders from the other Islands filled with
care and dispatch.
L. EWERS Ai DICKSON.
EX BARK CORIIVGA,
Haat'a Axes, Ax Haaalsa, Ox Bswi, Char
eaal Iraa, Safe.
.A. lso, on H a n d,
htttt teisi k
BUILDERS H aROWaRE I
Tinware, Cordage, Belting, Rubber Hose,
Lamps, Lanterns, Plows, Cultivators,
Horse Hoes, Wheelbarrows, Canal Barrows,
Hingham Buckets, Wooden Pails,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Ac ke., sc., Ac, Ac.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Silver Plated Ware,
ALL TO BE SOLD CHEAP I
DILLINCHAr.l & CO.
myH . -
RECIPROCITY ! ! 1
J EVJ G I GAR STORE
OPENED BF H. J. NOLTE,
OPPOSITE FISCHER A BOTH, Merchant Tailors.
A BRANCH OV THE OLDEST AND
M. largest Tobacco and Cigar Store in Honolulu.
The Best Assortment of Pipes
' Erom Meerachauni to Briar.
Tlio Sesjit Soleotlon of
CHEWIIIG d SLIOKING TOQACCO
, AND ' V ,
Cigars of Every Quality
se23) Erotn finest Havana to eoaamoa Manila. jb
SUGAR AGHIfJERY ! !
TUK UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
CEIVED per Mail trooi the celebrated ,
GLASGOW IRON WORKS Of
MESSRS. HIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON.
Exact particulars of the cost or
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
Of seventeen different capacities ranging
16SO Lee. Ssgar la lO Ueare at a Cest ef i
2 TO. (a a Flrat-claas Vaeaaas Pa a
Plaat ta make IS Teas ef Sa
" 1st SO Hearaataeeat
f 4,4TO. delivered
la Class- w.
The understrned are prepared to receive orders lor such
"W10 CLIPPER SHIP now building in K
UlLr!nto GLASGOW onr about
be sent to tbs .(---r.-". m"rj" I V1 oM
not lae th.n "i"7 " PembeT 1
Uter than r-r
aLElXH Amnw . . .
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 10.
A Tour to Oregon and British
Br the Ret. Alexander Mackintosh.
I met some old Hawaiian frienda in Portland,
. - w
I to wbQm tneir Bh0Tt residence , in Oregon . faas
even were they obliged to earn their bread in the
. -. , 0. .rz . ...
m lu ijer uajuc luuic uuurrr riKWHii veil 1111 mnn.
sterness menu iwiument oi tne AUDUcai : pro-
The journey from Portland to Victoria t (Van
coorer'a Island) is performed in about thirty-six
faw six o'clock a? m.S'SriTeJ boat. hlTi.
an extraordinary looking vessel ; it has a huge
water-wbeel at the stern for a propeller which
looks liko a number of cart wheels without tires
bound together. The length is about 150 feet.
The saloon is on deck, and the wheel-house forms
a second story. The captain is always at the
wheel. We travelled at tha rate of seventeen or
eighteen miles an boor for about three hours,'
when we reached Ealama, the city which never
was built, baring bad a very decent breakfast on
t 1 f L L 1 L.lli .
ooara, tor wuicu we paia nail a dollar each.
We were compelled to stay in this paper city "
until 11.20 a. m., so having more than two hours
to spare; we resolved to make an exploration of
be stupendous piles. After a very
mhln w n.n.uA
the would-be si
peared to be a very passable building, but
as if ages bad passed since the last service
held therein. At great risk of our necks we
froceeded to the Government Building which also
ooked in a dying condition. These were all the
eights. One little girl seemed to be the sum
total of the inhabitants of the upper town ! In
the lower town close to the Railway was a
Saloon, with one or two customers within. Hot
far from this was the Hotel. Here we were told
we con Id dine, and that it would be onr last
chance to refresh the inner man until we reached
Tacomo -the terminus of our railway journey.
uuviog anogetuer uigeerea me excellent
uiuaoi uw iwuuw d uruviuiae, wc invesiea
- r- 1.1 i , .
tually to tne minute namea, ana rattling on
through endless dust, we reached Tacoma at 5
o'clock p. m. having traversed 105 miles of
beautiful country,, crossed several rivers passed
through the waving corn and witnessed the burn-
Tacoma is a port on Puget Sound. The town
itself is a city set on a hill, but it was com-
rtletelv hidden frnm nnr nlnht . Wo
been obliged to climb what seemed an everlast-
I in etni'raso tn nrh If r A
.... . . JS,MU I.U
aine at a very comioriaoie notei wnich was only
a 8tone'8 throw from the steam-boat. We saw
our IaSSagd eafe n board, and then proceeded to
minister to our now craving appetites, llere
a rri iti nra Karl a fa mnna A inwxam fVwa mV.ik L.IP
dSw each sufficed for payment. Now, we found
out that we should not proceed on onr journey
i-i j . t .
unui miuDigoc, bo we maae ourselves as comlor
table as possible on board.- The only fact worth
recording was the unpleasantness of being rudely
awakened in the midst of lovely dreams of our
sweet island home, and stern resolutions never to
quit it more if only spared to reach it again by
a wretched youth who asked me my business in
that particular room, pointing at the same time
to a huge placard on the wall warning off all of
the masculine gender if unaccompanied by the
feminine.' When I meekly and yawningly up
braided him and his fraternity, for having been
so ungenerous as to put my wife, myself and my
son into one close cabin, and compelling me to
allow Morpheus to embrace me, though it were
on a sofa: and then for having added i nanlt In
which, considering the Bteamer was old and used
up, and only being employed on this special oc
casion on account of the ordinary boat bein? on
the stocks for repairs I thought still more"3 un
reasonable, and only wrapped my plaidie around
me the tighter and once more soared into the
land of dreams. When next I woke we were
running gaily up the Sound towards Victoria.
What an exquisite sheet of water is this Sound!
Like a sheet of glass scarcely a ripple on the sur
face. Bordered on both sides with the everlast
ing pines, now and then a deep bay, here a port,
there an arm running far out into the land. We
stayed at Port Gamble for a few minutes to land
and take in passengers and cargo. Ilere we
heard what was delicious music to our ears the
Hawaiian language spoken by a real Hawaiian.
He told us that there were between twenty and
thirty natives, all doing well at this place, cut
ting and sawing timber. Aloha nui-nui sound
ed in our ears far away. We proceeded on our
way until we reached Port Townsend. This
seemed a prosperous and busy little places ; Ilere
a. ..,1 A A 1 A A..
v-imugeu our steamer, me Annie mewart tot
the Jsabel e former was unfit and un-
oaic iai viuDo iuc (juauueia WU1CU DOW l&Y D6tWeQ
J J i ? I -v ...
us and our destination. On board the Isabel we
could Btretch our legs. We were able to walk
from stem to stern, whereas on the crazy Annie
we were cribbed, 'coffined and confined, within the'
cabin. It was very droll to see the passengers
find the use of their legs, one by one, after we
nau set tnem tne example, and it was droller still
to watch the lines playing follow the leader"
up and down the deck. About five o'clock Vic
toria came in sight. First we saw Beacon Hill,
then the Cathedral, then the Cemeterr. and then.
turning a corner, we came suddenly to a lull
ineDds who had come down to meet us.
A perpetual rush of pleasure prevented me from'
taking any notes. I saw very little of the town
of Victoria. It gave me the impression of deca
dence, and put me very much in mind of the
rnrwr rirv" T Via va ha(n oHn :n
on the outskirts. Much seemed to have been be?un
and left off, without leaving so much as a hope of
rtbuaciwiiion. uuij xnaians prowled about the
streets; 1 could not but compare them, to their
disadvantage, with our genial and smiling na
tives. Still there are not a few nice buildings
and gay stores. The Cathedral is a very pretty
church, and so is the Iron Church in the inside,
though I must say the outside is anvthine but an
ornament to the city. But what the city lacks
is fully compensated for in the beautiful sur
roundings. The row up the Arm is truly magni
ficent, and the road to Eequimalt is perfectly
glorious as also are all the other roads. The
walks through the Indian Trails were cool and
delightful. The citizens have a favorite place for
picnics about twelve miles from the citv called
Gold Streams -This' indeed baffles mr -power of J
t. : i:t - j
uc9uijiuu. a u n,w3-Biijag iti iu gianaeur,
and thrilling in the extreme. After a short stay
we returned bv the same route to
The Mattie Macleay.
A BALL4S OF THE KOSTH rACIPIC.
The Mattie Macleay skims o'er the blue deep .
With her pinions danlinf white;
And as in her path the wild billows leap,
Oh! she is a glorious sight!
The Pope at her head, so gallant and gay,
Is like to the Pope of Rome;
The MattU't bright deck is his Apptan way, ' j
' And the sky St. Peter's Dome! ' .-.-
Likewise may her Captain truly compare '
E'en with Rome's own holy head
For the one with Cardinal, time doth share.
" The other with point, instead!
The one doth encompass with salght and mala '
The whole world tot Us salvation;
The other the Main with eompass would tun .
Steer thro', to his destination! .. ,
The Mattie Macleay bears the name so sweet
Of a Maiden fair and good,
Who swells where Columbia's bright waters 'meet ' ' '
The Psciflc's briny flood! A. M.
On board the MattU Macleay, CspL O. Pope, Vaster, in
the North Pacific Ocean, jUTj 1877.
A CONVENIENT COTTAGE, Ne. 107
J. 8. LEMON.
IVlTJS;Yn,iE.5:LLI:x HAVING LEFT MY
JJlbedand board without just cause or provocation, all
heTotH canlHwaoV against, harboring or trusting
Lihue, Kauai, July 7th, 1877.
LENO BAPTIST A.
Here, now, we hate it the newspaper ! Won
derful product of brain and toil ! One would
think it should be dearly bought and highly
prized, and yet it is the cheapest thiDg in'tbo
world. Five or ten cents will bay it. Two or
three dollars will bring it to your borne erery
week in the year. And yet, strange to say,
there are men " too poor to take a newspaper."
They can pay five cents for a glass of beer, or
fifteen cents for a beverage of unknown composi
tion, called a "cocktail;" they can pay cne
dollar- for a circus ticket, or fifty cents for the
weatre, dus mey are too poor to Duy a news-
I WltAAV f flft Ttanto -KiaK ia a A a, A" 1 f
iTJr:-tz"zir 5-1 v 4T t. r11
were . written dt God himself. whoss sn.
i of -
5hl"el u.tim1?:.,andt whofl c?5.ta?M V8 ""S
I dawn h nmth ' ' It ii not mnmn i Ci m
""r "4 .7 " , ::r f - 7 w
speak of the mighty responsibilities which neces
sarily attach to the control of such a power in
the land as the newspaper is to-day, nor to fay
that the editor who rightly apprehends the im
portance of his work must bring to it a rever
ent spirit and a constant care. The humblest
sheet in the land goes in some homes) as the only
authoritative messenger from the great world oat-
J . r - . . .
eiue; its opinions are accepted as crutn, and its
suggestions have the force of law. The editor
Btarjda on the widest pulpit known in modern
society. The lawyer has a narrow schere befora
him ; the Senator and the Representatives the
walls hedge in their voices ; the Minister has the
puriBu waits aoout ais cnurcn. nut there is a
puipit that now has no limit it is the Press.
It is, literally, the roice of one that cries in the
wilderness ; for, all across the populous land the
ppers speak ; and there is not in modern civil-
i?ation Pla0LPow5,r.that '? with
this. Ker. De Witt Talmase once said : In
1v: r au .
Lazarus, come forth ! and to the retreatLnc
surges of darkness : Let there be light !
ITTAW "RAPTTP H WVT.TP n
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Cloths and Cashmeres, Shirts, Towels,
Shawls, Clothing, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery,
Ribbons, Cutlery, Sheet Zinc, Tin Plates,
Sheet Lead, Corrugated Roofing,
Fence Wire, Hoop Iron,
Centrifugal Linings, Leather Belting,
Burlaps, India Rubber and Flax Packing,
FURNITURE, ' ; v. -ONE
Toys, Paints and Oils; ';
Stationery, Printing and Wrapping Paper,
Saddles; " " ' : ;
Powder and Shot,
"Yellow Metal Sheathing and Nails, ' :
Stockholm und Coal Tar, '
Tallow and Molasses Containers,
WINES, ALES, AND SPIRITS, &c, Ac., &c.
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We are the ONLY Manutaeturers In the World of I
THE DOUBLE-HEADEfl WIJID-HILL
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urtst mat and reed Mills. I
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THE AE0VE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
Far Irrlgatiea aa PmBlag WaUr far
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plication to the undersigned. - . ,
Wot further particulars, address
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THE MOST WONDERFULLY
Effective External Remedy
1 SKIS LIKE M0.TME'T1L 1LAB1STEB nay be
attalic. bj Miss CLEW'S SlXPIirR S01P.
Trj It, Ladles.
It is a rennloe beautifler. and verv nonamiui rt.i. a
wii . v, lUf UiLUCUIl 't
TE8T AND YOU WILL ENDORSE TT.
Beine a powerful deodorixmr. dim, r.rf.-t ...
irrUmnt, yet entirely harmless, it positively cures all local
-Dismiss omissus as If by magic.
si looroogoiy nieacnes the cuticle and raaMsassTLT bkad
Tinaa rss comfltxios wuh a certainty noknown to any arti-
ela aver InvcntMt law tk.f ' ru-
...-.7- m roou' w bcalbs and Brass, a.
:VnrwvTrTtanearre,,eM P"' Md
lt.VffecTrlV:ar 'd E-".
It it rn tur prtventativ of all ditto.,, that art com.
Ttek' ' eewu"' iH person, tuck Vat
Jta?M,mmm Cvr re CBred "Wllnf eer-
r-lmOV" Vair''Jd prevent, ike hair from falling
off or turning prematurely arof.
It eosaplauiv Disssrsora ri.m.n t,. . i.. ....
person, that has become impregnated with disease.
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GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP I
Is Speclfle In those OBNOXIOUS DISEASES which hsvs
. . . . , " . viuuar uiotaents" bavins tha
of being CLa, I.orr.s.,T. and L-.,Su
SULPHUR BATHS Z
' The beneflctal resulu of Sulphur Baths are too well knowa
to require omment. The efecu of GLENK'I fcui "
ui dm, are rniy electrical. eomDletel v
Tho King of Soaps for Dathing
and Toilet Purposes.
P,r'?f i?arrJ diseases of the Bkla bathe freely and
" 1. . .J"1'''2' Jloing U to remain over
ITZI'T " ". sppiy me tatner freely to the
aSacted parts, and tha firs and pain will ba 1 -J.
and Ulcers it Is Invaluable. Use freely as a lotion J-PoV a
. K . . , , . 77T, .","!: a
' . -vm. never mils.
JThorooghly wash and rinse the arUcU with PULPI1I7R
LVuiL'j 5" " U wU Into ti fcbrte a p.t
semcient soft wator to cover it 1. . ..TTT ,pat
t"1'?" "'. &rr witnt wrig
, GLEIlll'S SULHUR SOAP
Id CHEERFULLY ENDORSED BY THE MEDICAL PEA
TEBNITY. JBowarei of Imitnti ana
' GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP,
' iTAKS NO OTHER.' -'
FOR SALte'llf'."5 ' ' " " ' '
A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT
ALWAYS OX HAND.
Also, Whale Boats and Boat Stock
Far Sal by A. W.PEIRCEftCO
. AGENTS FOR:
PCULOA SALT, BRAND'S BOMB GUNS,
BRAND'S BOMB LANCES,
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER, Ac
(myl9 ceq Jy)
STRAINED SPERM OIL !
RV THE CASK OR GALLON IN QUAN
tltles to suit, at the lowest rales.
' 1 ALSO
Polar and Walrus Oil. Shark Oil,
Paint Oil. Korosono Oils, &c.
Far Sale by
A. W. PEIIiCE & CO.
COTTON & HEMP DUCK. .
In nnn vards cotton duck,
UyJJJ (Lawrence) No. 1 to 10, Just received es
6.000 yds Wood buy Cotton Dark, all numbers,
6,000 yds Hemp Luck, Long flax and Merchant Navy,
Also Cotton Ravens, Cotton and Hemp Twine, Ae, Ae.
For sals by A. W. PEIROH CO.
TAR, PITCH, Ac.
AMERICAN AND SWEDISH TAR, VL
mlngtoQ Pitch, Oakum, Ax, Nsval Ptorr,, rtc.
For sals by A. W. 1'AIHCE a CO.
MANILA & HEMP CORDAGE.
'tOl'l f0,I's MANILA Ai II KM I COR.
VF VJ daRe, a full assortment, all sises.
For sale by a. W. PEIRCE a CO
WIRE ROPE, WIRE SEIZINO.
A UOODKUi'l'LT. Far Sale br
A. W. I'KIKCK a CO.
ANCHORS & CHAINS.
ANCIIOHM FROM 4 O LI1S. TO SSOO LI1N.,
CHAINSfrom 1-4 iitcb to 1 3-4 Inches.
For sale by A. W. I'EIUCE a CO.
BEST ASH OARS.
A FULL SUI'PLV. fet to 2 feet .
For ssle by
a. w. nemos co.
THE OIaD CORNER
Coffee and Billiard Saloon,
ESTABLISIHED IN 1858,
OFFERS FOR SALE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
light and Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TODACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO
And a Larre Assortment of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES I
Tobacco Pooches, Pipe Stems,
Amber and Horn Mouth Ptrors,
Pipe Buttons, Cigarette Paper, sic,
II. J. NOLTE,
Corner of Queen and N a wane SU.
Let the Galled Jade Wince ,
A TRIAL is theONLY TEST I
GREAT REDUCTION" IN PRICE !
Americnii, Gold &, Sliver
A FJrie HunUng Case Waltham Mirer Waict for f I O
" 4 M . U
Oold WalcA for
Ladies' Oold Watofa,
All ef the sbsre llaee ef Klcla aaa Wallaaae
Walcbes, will e sold al llte abeve
Prices far lbs aril 60 ttsfs. f
Erery Waiea Gaaraaieetl, ar lbs Meaew
"' : ; - ' Artwaer.
Trutlt is UliUiy and
Solo Agent for tho Waltham
jj2i Watch Co. if
IRON, IRON. COAL, COAL
VEST CH AYTER
HAVE JC8T RECEIVED EX ESKIIANK
from tilatgow, one ef tbs Ur.Var '!'M U A NM
BEST; ; ASSORTED INVOICES
Ever Imported into this Kingdorn,
Which, together with their Lars BtJck on hand.' they offer for
sale, la quantities to suit,
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES.
C3TTJVrX33Z3IXTsawIsj-3Z COAIj '
Of the Yery Best QuaHty, for Blacksmiths' ess, ta sacks.
Csrrlage Materials, Bolts and Sprlnrs. A sles, from I to Sin.
Iron'os tTlVL"''!.;1' KK V LO W I Tubular
Iron Ox Bows, cheap and darable.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
WEST fc CIIAYTER.
np"K UNDERSIGNED. PROPHIETORI
, Te end Coffee Hhops, hereby f I v. notice that borref
Ur they will not furnlth a Msssnkl Clear with a Cup.
of Tea or Coffee,
TOBACCO & CIGAR STOBBf
i KWAN 8 WAT,
Honolulu, July SO, 1877
N V MT A I.