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A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding k Commission .Merchant
403 FRONT fTREET. CORSEK CLAT,
Partiru'ar altectioo paid t Coninmectf of Island Trodace
THOMAS G. SNOW.
.17 Commr rrlal Strfft, Boston, Ma.
C'jDi!;sm'ct cf Ultul produce sol. cited.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
UH2 U STREET, - WASHINGTON. D. C.
Has practised Li the Saprcme Court of the Cnited State
lsi. I a member of ib Bars of the Sapretn Courts
of A;kanaas.Tno-aar aod Louisiana, acd acUior of ".Va-rims
ctke Roman Law, llluitrattd."
Attend to eases in ttm ftnpreme Coort cf the L". S , and th
General Land OS.ce, and to ii prosecution of Claim against
the I'cil'd States. Jjl3
J, C. MEERILL & CO.,
JffrnN fur the Eralar Dlpatrh Line of Tararts.
Jail ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. '.f
W. H. CROSSMAN & BRO.,
Nlilttlnu and CanunlHulon
M 1Z 1 CHANTS.
11 ChanbtM Slrrrl. NEW YORK.
Refrrnc Castle ic Ccoke and J. T. Watrhouse.
WILLIAMS, BLANCHAED & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants.
Nw.218 Calirrni Street,
mh-O tf 8AN FRANCISCO.
CORBITT & HACLEAY,
Shipping & Commission 3Ierchauts,
13 nJ 15 Front Et. 10 and 12 rir.t St., Portland, O.
SN f RANCIdCO OrfICE.202 SACRAMENTO STREKT.
Conairnma-nts of I.Iand Produce solicited, on which CASH
ADVANtt.1 VMLLKEMADt. mU23 ljr
Let the OaUed Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is IheONLY TEST !
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE !
American, Ciolil fc Silver
A Fine Hunting CaM "Valtham Silver Walck for
M to .4
It 44 M t.
. . 4 ft ft 2 2
" " Gold Watch Tor H
ft. ft. ft .. .4 SO
ft . 4. ft. 4 ()()
- Ladiea' Gold Watch, "
A II mf I be nbff lines of Elgin and Wnlthnm
WMtrhrs, will be sold at the nb.Tf
Prieea fr the nexlGOlny.
Errrf Watch Gnaraateed. or the Mourj
Truth is Ulility mid
Solo Agont for the Waltham
jj2i Watch Co.
Nil AS YOU SKK HAVE lROVIlEl
J.m. mjatrlf with one of tho.e
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
which will itand the Daggagc Smaihers, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
lV7tere can he found any or
EVERYT1IIX6 IS THE TIll.M LIE
Among which are
Ladie.' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, rireted edges;
Ladiea' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted ejjes;'
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladies' Elefrant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladies' Kmbossed Zinc Saratjgas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases.
Ladies' Russia Leather Shopping Valises,
Ladies' Bags and Keticulea in all sizes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered T.-unks,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article much In demand, stowing neatly under the state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, rireted eJces;
Gent's Solid bridle Leather Trunks, riveted ejt
Uent s leatner trunks in an sizes;
Gent's Bound Edge Trunks.
Gent's Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gent's Bridle Leather Vahss,
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 fact everything in the above line and
at Med Hock Ibices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AX ELEGANT LINE OP
GENT'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. Atnonsr which are the celebrated Everett
Slippers, and in fact everything In ail well appointed Boot and
All the above lines of Goods ?cill be Sold
at Prices to suit the Times.
These Ged are well known here and need
receossneadatlen. Every Pair
Corner of Fort and Slerchant Streets.
THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES NO.
160 Nuuana Avenue. Apply to J. II. WOOD,
Kaua.no, or;. A. WILLIAM.-, 64 Fort St. (n3 If
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Is CUV in (our-f of Publication,
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f ARTIES IIOIKI.VC; COPIES IN QUAN
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The eacces atten-Jing the Centennial canber em
boldens the publisher to issue a larger edition. Frtm
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TIIOS. V.. Til RUM,
INTERESTED IN SUGAR MANUFACTURE.
TMIK I'NDERMG.VKO R ESPECTFU LI.V
nolitk. ail parties interested, that the subscription li.t of the
" SUGAR CANE," FOR 1879,
The mo!l complete publication known devoted to this branch
of industry, wiil I' made up arid lorwarilt-'d early in Dec., and
p-rsoiiS desirous .f vuririg the same will please send in their
nam- early, as it has been found very difficult to alter a list
during the year ami secure the bck number..
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scription I.l-ts for IS"!), are reqaesfrd to plte
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to simplify matters and atold delay.
TIIOS. G. THRUM,
News Agent, Honolulu.
The Challenge Standard
m. MILL in the World, and when material used, Pot. sr.
Workmanship and Durability are considered.it is acknL-vl-
edged to be the
fHEil'EST 1MD-MILI M IX USE
We are the ONLY Manufacturers in the World of
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
For power purposes, such as running Custom
Grist Milis and Feed Mills.
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
Ami! Pritrtirtil Tenia.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
For Irrigation and Pumping Water for
Stort Farms or Family I'se.
I j- Two of the latter are now here and can be seen on ap
plication to the undersigned.
For further particulars, apply to
JAMES S. I.EMOX,
Honolulu. II. I.
FROM BREMEN !
HAWAIIAN BK. K. 0. WYLIE
An.t consisting of a Large Assortment of
STAPLE HI FAEY
Cottons. Linens, Woolens and Silks, New Prints.
Denims, Shettinp, Cloth, Buckskins, Flannels, Merinos,
&C, &C, V'C.
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery. Shirts, Towels, Umbrellas,
Shawls and Clothing. ISIanke!, &c
Bags and Hanging, Canvas. An
nvoice of Christmas Goods
TOYS, PERFUMER V, Vc.
V D D L E R "5k!
CALFSKINS. STATIONERY, ic.
T Ar O PIANOS,
FROM XITFELP, BEU I. IX, Vienna Chairs,
CutWy, Buckets, Tu'os, Sact.'paus, Corrugateil Roofing,
Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, Tin Plates, Tin, Bar Iron.
Yellow Metal, Pipes, Zinc, Lead, c.
3? I jST T S !
Kerosene Oil, Camphor, Ac.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE !
DEMIJOHNS AND BASKETS,
Candles, Soaps. Sncar, &c.,&c , ic.
POWDER AA'I SHOT !
Hcrse Rope and Other Cordage,
Printing and Wrapping Paper,
St. Paul's, Bavarian and Lager Beer,
Claret and Rhine Wines, Brandy, Gin, $c.
Champagne Ueidsich, Thoreaa, Etc.
Tallow Barrels, Fire Bricks, Coals, Gambia, Barrels Cement
FOR SALE BY
sat ran ay. December t.
The Mormon Endowment House.
IlOW PoLTCAMOrS MaRRIAGXS AKE SOLDCXIZED AT
Salt Lake Citt.
Annie Thomn writes to tbe Salt Lake Tri
bune a communication detailing tbe form of mar
riage ceremony rrformcJ at tbe mysterious
Endowment llouft;. The writer illustrates by
describing the recent marriage of Miles and Miss
Owens. She eaja : If tbe woman who cow
styles herself Mrs. Owen Miles was an honest and
deserving woman when 6he left London to emi
grate to Utah with the Latter-day Saints, and so
soon after her arrival here (only some f ve weeks
ago) passed through the Endowment House, I
think there might he some palliation for her Tery
peculiar and seemingly inconsistent conduct.
When Caroline Owens went to the Endowment
Iloui-e, she entered at the north door and gave
fcer name to the recorder, she then passed inside
to be washed, taking off her clothes until she was
as naked as the Lour she was born. She was
then washed from head to foot ; afterward she
was covered with oil and blessed by the holy
priestess; her head, ears, eyes, nose, mouth,
neck, arms, heart, breast, back and all parts of
her body anointed. She then put on her new
garments and received her new name in a whis
per by the officiating priestess, the woman who
lied so beautifully in Court. Passing along she
came before the Creat Jehovah and E.ohim, they
being in knother room, and commenced reading
the ritual of the order, " Let us go down and
make man," etc., which is all too tedious to
Miss Owens passed ou from one change to an
other, be ving her robes and her apron on to ap
pear before the master of ceremonies to receive
the oaths. Standing straight, as shown by the
elder, bringing her right arm at an angle, then
placing it across her throat as the terrible words
were uttered by the officiating priest, then draw
ing and extending her arm straight out and bring
ing it back to a right angle, striking it straight
to the earth, interpreting the oaths as spoken,
that her throat (should be cut from ear to ear,
that her heart should be cut out, and that 6he be
disemboweled and her body be buried in the
depths of the sea, etc., if she should divulge any
thing pertaining to the ceremonies performed in
This is not all the oath by a great deal. Miss
Owens then received all the grips, signs, tokens,
etc. There are several of these which only the
faithful can understand.
Miss Owens then passed on to the other degrees,
prayer circles, etc. Passing onward and upward
fahe camo to the vail or arch. This being previ
ous to her marriage, John Miles was on the in
side of tbe vail or arch, Caroline on the outside.
Then the compass and square weie cut over her
heart. There was only a 6heet to separate John
from Caroline, and before she could get through
to wbero John was, she had to put her foot to bis
foot, her knee to his knee, her breast to his breast,
her lips to his lips. Then John whispered in her
ear and told her the new name she bad named
below. Nobody ;a earth knows what that name
is but John and Caroline. He then brought Car
oline through the vail or arch to be married.
Joseph F. Smith sat immediately opposite at the
table, John stood at tbe right and Caroline at tbe
left. After the usual questions were put and an
Bwered, the marriage was proceeded with and fin
ished, John and Caroline walking to tbe sealing
room where Joseph F. Smith sat on the throne,
and, latter, stood at the door. Miss Owens
walked around to the north side of the altar and
Miles remained on the south side. Joseph F.
Smith proceeded with the ceremony. John and
Caroline were kneeling when Joseph F. told them
to clasp bands across the altar and kiss each
other, which they did. He then sealed them up
to everlasting life, to come forth in the morning
of the first resurrection to receive power and to
carry out tbe laws of procreation for ever and
Woman's Eights in France. x
Many of the opinions and theories of our
woman's rights women are, and have long been,
put in practice in France. In Paris, Lyons,
Marseilles, Bordeaux, and all the leading cities
and towns of that country, the avenues of em
ployment are thrown open to women as widely
and freely as any one of tbe sex can desire.
They have complete charge of many kinds of
business, and firms in which they are partners
are common everywhere. Tbey often seem to
have Liore mind, industry, 'energy and general
capacity than tbe men have, especially in retail
trade.. The sexes frequently appear to have
changed conditions, the women ehowiag superior
intelligence and management. At the hotels,
a man makes your beds and puts your room to
rights, but you pay your bill to a woman. At
the restaurants, a waiter serves you, but a
woman receives your money. If you buy tickets
at railways, theaters, or omnibus offices ; if you
make purchases at the shops ; if you hire lodg
ings ; if you stay in one place or travel ; if
you go anywhere or do anything, you deal with
women, who pervade all the business depart
ments of France, and to a certain extent conduct
and control its affairs. The greater portion of
these are unmarried, but when they are married
there is very little difference. Many of the
Frenchmen have no objection to lounging while
their wives work ; indeed they prefer that they
should work. They think, doubtless, that they
have done enough by marrying the women, who
can show proper appreciation of the favor only
by earning money, aud, in any number of cases.
by supporting their recreant lords. Who that
has ever lived in Paris can not remember that
his business was generally transacted with the
wife (if the owner of his lodgings were married),
while the husband was seldom visible, except
when strolling on the boulevards, or smoking,
or sipping wine in front of the cafes? Certainly
the average Frenchman shows no shame at being
materially taken care of by his wife, or by any
other woman. In fact he seems to enjoy it.
To an American the very idea is ah'.orrent while
the practice would be not degrading merely, it
would bo degradation. The custom in France
of not marrying a woman without a dot must
largely account for many things that appear
odious to us. Where women virtually buy their
husbands, or rather, where husbands sell them
selves, not much can be expected from the men.
As a rule, French women seem wholly superior,
personally, morally and mentally, to Frenchmen.
rfMlE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
A opened a TURNING ESTABLISHMENT
on Fort Street, above Hotel Street, announces to
the Public of Honolulu, thit he is prepared to do
TURNING IN WOOD. IVORY. Jtc in all
branches of the business. Special attention given to turning
Billiard Balis, and all fine work. Having had an experience
of thirty years in this business, (over eighteen in Honolulu) he
leels confiident of giving perfect sdtislaction to ail his cus
tomers. 821 3m . W. E. HKURICK.
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECENTLY
JL received the Agency of Monuments, Headstones. Ac. l y
special arrangements with tbe manufacturers is able to furnish
the same at lower figures than they have heretofore been sold.
Designs and Drawings can be seen at my shop. By pricing
these articles, the enormous reduction will at onre be seen.
Monuments can be obtained at all prices, from (40 to $11X0.
The inducements 1 offer are such that people have no need
of sending elsewhere. CHRIS. UEKTZ,
So. 62 Hotel Street, next door to the Palace cf Sweets."
SGOOD AS ANY IN THE M . RK ET.
For Sale by
TULLES t CO.
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR,
VOW LANDING EX "DISCOVERY."
ul3 For Sale by
BOLLES Ac CO.
Leprosy at the Marquesas Islands.
A recent letter frcm the Islands says : '
The terrible disease known as lepry is very ,
rrevaleut on the Marquesas. There is nt an i
island on tie group that has not a targe number
of victims. They go about at tarcp when the j
stage of the d.scase w not too far advanced,
sleeping, eating and drinking with the na- !
tives free from the disease. Many loathsome
cases are to be seen. A'l e2:rts to have the i
lepers removed to an inland by themselves have !
proved futile. The peorle believe it to be iccura- j
tie and contagious. They dj not know how it i
came to the islands, but the disease has been I
there a loug time. Natives look upon it with a
callousness absolutely stoical, but they are not
unkind to the leper. Those aflicted are neither
shunned nor outlawed. If they are lepers,
tbey are human beings aad not hog,' is a
constant saving arsong the islanders. But tbe
shocking disease c-I!s for the attention of tbe
French Government. The lepers should be
removed to an island by themselves, as is tbe
case in the Sandwich Islands. A few rare cases
of elephantiasis are to be seen on tbe Marquesas.
This disease, scarcely less shocking than leprosy,
is very prevalent in the neighboring Society
Island, where leprosy is unknown, although a
few cases have recently been discovered in the
Chinese colony at Papeete. Previous to the
arrival of the Chinese, leprosy was unheard of
at Tahiti or any of the other islands of the Socie
IIUKV T KAIIaS
(Uirrlffs Talt 1 Uat-a4 MaW ;
MIRRLEES. TAIT & WATSON'S
ICR SiLF. EY
an invoice: or
Best South Wales Coal
DEPARTURE BAY COAL!
UGGIES, CARRIAGES AND IVAGOL'S !
r r t m t ii i:
CORTMKO WAGON MANUFACTURING COMPANY
cf i a
f rarllaad. .r r Ye rL. kirk w III s4 al .w I'rlrro-t
tM.fl t f a lr.r f r m tbt C
1M r !c:-ry f-r t'.e K.rf J. m. r
the larger r..cn if th trvujM u.to U..
FOR SALE BY
The English are certainly a progressive nation,
and in all the arts of a high civilization will
soon take the precedence even of America unless
some new and more appalling defalcation than
we have yet heard of occurs. The recent action
of the directors of the Gla.g..w Bank places that
city at the head of that class of achievements,
and New York is compelled to step down from
the pre-eminence which she has heretofore easily
The versatility of British genuis is surprising.
It is now engaged in the wholesale manufacture
of wooden idols, beautifully decorated, for the
use of the heathen. It must be confessed that
all bigotry has at last died out of the English
nation. She is willing to send Bibles to the
pagans, and it the sooty heathen find fault with
the First Commandment she will not interfere
with so reasonable an objection, but sends at
once a cargo of gods, manufactured in Birming
ham, of all 6izes and colors to suit the taste of tbe
most fastidious, and so cheap that every canni
bal's household may be supplied. She resembles
the man who declared himself a teetotaller, but
not eo bigoted that he couldn't take an occa
ssional drink with a friend.
The necessary union of prayer and work is
well illustrated by an anecdote of Dr. Macleod.
He was on a Highland loch one day when a se
rious storm arose. He was a large and powerful
man, but his companion was very diminutive.
The danger was so imminent that the good Doctor
proposed that they should all engage in prayer.
Tho chief boatman, who was tugging with all
his might, replied, " Well, well ; let tbe little
ane gang to pray, but the big ane maun tak' an
'M1E I'NERSIGNED II A V
A ct-Ht-D per "AMI II RMK, Ircm lVun, a
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assortment t f thfse celebrated Pumps, which are guaranteed
to be CHEAPER AND BETTER than aty other st)l of
pomp imported. We call the attention of planters particu
larly to the VACVL'M PCMP, whkh is Irs complicated
and more svrvicable than other pumps,
seil Sin C. BREWER Jc CO.
Covering: Boilers, Steam Pipes, &c.
SAVES 2o I'ER CENT. OF FT EL.
PRICE REDUCED TO S7.50
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DILLINGHAM & CO.
PAYS TdD mUBAUD!
SMALL PROFIT ON EASTERN PRICES.
TO PLANTERS, MILL OWNEBS & OTHERS,
THEO. II. DAVIKS. Afl.
fAMES II. IIANLON HAVING PURCHASED
the BUcksmith Shop of Jamej Taylor mauka of tbe old
Custom llouse, beg. to notify the public generally that he is
prepared to do all kinds of work in hi line with neatness and
37 special attention paid to Horse-shoeing and Farriery. JCS
Please give him a call.
Honolulu, Nov. Sib, 183. n9 2m
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
ALL, DKHCIt IPTIONH
STEAM SEWING MACHINES
r-HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FITTED
M. up their Sewiug Machines to run by Steam, are pre
pared to make any number and all kinds of Bag., such as
Sagar, Coal, Flour, Rice, Money, Brush and Comb Bags. ic.
Work done on the most reasonable terms. Apply to the un
dersigned, Hotel atreet, nearly opposite Waller's Butcher
Shop. (o26 3m) A. M. HEWITT it CO.
4S1 HOTEL STREET.
LEOV DEJEAX, - - PROPRIETOR,
(Late of San Francisco.)
THIS RESTAURANT WILL BE Supplied
with the best Meats, Poultry, Fish, Fruit, &c, 4c.
which can be obtained. Families and parties will be served
at their residences with French and other dishes, prepared
in the most recherche style. Private rooms lor families.
CASTLE & COOKE
BUT TWO LEFT OF THOSE FINE PIANOS
From the Celebrated Factory of
Woodward & Brown 9
T3 These Pianos are a consignment; are invoiced at tbe
lowest wholesale export price; are sold heie at but commission
rates in advance on cost.
Parlor Organs !
GASTLE & COOKE.
PARTIES IX WANT OF
A FINE INSTRUMENT !
A. -t -- "X7-
Can find it in our assortment,
ery Low Price !
BUY TIIJK BISST,
BOY THE MOST MIME
BOILER k S1E.UIPIPE fOTEMM
H. W. John's Asbestos Materials
FOR SALE BT
CASTLE & COOKE.
Asbestos Cement Felting-
Warranted Superior to any other Brand. .'aIso,
The Double Air Chamber Co1
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other parts of the Islands,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HAVE THEIR
Orders Filled al Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. E. P. ADAMS, Queen Street,
who has our Descriptive Catalogue with Prices.
O 1ST I-lTA. 1ST D !
At Store of L. H. 1I0PP, Hi r St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Walnut Sideboards,
Black Walnut liming Chairs,
Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs,
Cedar Bedroom Hets,
Pine Bureaus, Ac, 4c., he.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
G. BREWER & GO.,
II V THE AMERICAN HARK
114 DAYS FROM BOSTON.
Having on Board a Cargo of
Well Selected Merchandise
For thla Market, Cousislins in pnrl f
CUMBERLAND COAL, in casks, bags and bulk,
franklin M.ne Coal Tor family use, IN CASh.3,
Wilmingtuu Pitch; 60 pkgs No. 1 Resin;
An Assortment of Bar Iron !
a" -uM T FT a-, f
(.fj aC J.VA.Ci bVJULViS
MANILA CORDAGE t OARSJ
SStoclc to ?
?olcot IV0111 unci lJouht nt
in ln;l:ii.l, 7S'nv York,
CASTLE fe COOKE :
PARIS PLOWS, genuine improved, heavy, at lower rates than ever offered.
STEEL MOLINE PLOWS. 12-14-1G,
STEEL MOLINE GANG PLOWS, at small advance above Cost,
STEEL HORSE PLOWS. XI, XO. X00, complete.
GARDEN HOES, solid socket, 5-8 in. neck, stout blade, made to oar order, and told lit
HOES, Planter's, Lane's, best quality,
HUNT'S AND SIMMONS' AXE AND PICK MATTOCKS,
Hunt's, Coin's Jfc Crotunnnn's Handled Axes; Hunt's and Iys' Ae Patlrrn llslrl.ris, Nos. 1 A 81 ilnlln doi
O-os. An riran make, best Cant PlfW and hoavy; Am. 's, ll.T.r. handrra-u'a ami Iorr's K'd I" Miorls riadrs
Cane K" rrs, Msston's make, improved styles ! unler; t'atial Itarrowa, W hrel llarroaa, '
Collars !i Ibniw, Ox Ycike. V Ht.wa. ,n , 2 In.. Wo.l A Iron;
Ox Chains; Trace Clinirm; Topfail Miei t t lmitu; lim p Inm, Nix M, A t
Afs'ld Round & Plat Inn; Ane, pick. On, Mi.lk'e. Hammer and Alt lian.lliai
FILK a lull assortment f.r Marhiniat s use; Nails, Vruht Cot. all Sisea; Cut Kpikeni .
Pteatn Paikinfr, Asteto' Pa kinf and Hemp Purling; fence VI ire, Hlmk, Annealed, Tarred L 0lahl.ed( "
THE CELEBRATED BARBED STEEL FENCE WIRE I
A dispatch from Manufacturer says: "We are selling: at the rate of 80 tons Dailr.M
Which means ICO Miles of 3 Wires!
Fteel Barbs f .r the ordinarv Nrs. 6 0 Fetiw M irei Anvils. Sie). !,,,' Vl Ca. .r'a Vh-rs, kc .
Cooler's Toolst CarjH-nler's and lluilder's llsrdware; A Urge and varied Aaxirtinent l Imi ruaktr's Nats k Watirt
Best Cold Punched Nuts; Paitita, Oils A tilas.; A large Mrrtuieii of Palnl, Virnlih. Horse, Ulaekllf. H alia M sab.
fcrubbing. Centrifugal tV Move Knishea; ,
PA I It HANK'S PLATFORM SCALES, PROM Kill TO 3,(11)11 I. II;.,
EjS3"GLISII FJNJ5 SADDLES,
A few Kngliah msde Australian Pattern Pad PaiMleg. very superior Saddle Trres, Hair Oirtlis, Dildlst. tlui klea. It ,
A Fine Assortment ol Driving Whips, fCcw York Make
Legal Cap, Bill, Later & Fools Cap, Note Faiers, Pens, Inks, KnvclniH-i, Time Ilm.ki, Tcncils, Ac,
MJ TS, I'lll.tS,
W A II l.
Flaples, Penlrns. IMesclied Ik rnblesrhed Cottons ft Prills. Ticklnifs. I.lt.en Iirllls
hertirg4, Ac, Corsets, BrrMks' and Coals' Cotton Tlires ln, Lim n 1 hread
A M ERIC AN WHITE PLA NNELM, II NE MEDIl .M AND SILK
Raw A Rr3tH-d Pucari, Psr.lines. Oysters, Kslmnn, rVapt Hawsiian, Fnli.h A Amerd an limke Puiinlor S'nlrea
4' l - . IT. .11 l. II..- . a . , ..... 1 I '
T.ii.inrn i uir i uii ..riu.aiii.i. .4.aini'iiii .ntiiiei. null., .aor I4"J ; I- art. IVKia,
tream xariar, rU'.m(X". nuruei s i.xirai is, iiiarkin,;, urceairiahire Mure, Ac.
Weston's Patent Centrifugals; Tho Cclobratcd Ulako Steam Irri
gating & Vacuum Pumps, assorted sizes & at bottom ratos;
Parlor Organs, several styles; Kerosene Oils Down-
ers, Vulcan and Dovocs, at lowest rates, & war
ranted equal to any in the Market.
THE NEW AMERICAN
SEWING JMCHINE !
THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE
'A child can run it !
A blind person can thread it !
A poor man ran afford it !
A good house-keeper wants it !
A dressmaker will have it !
A tailor can swear by it !
ITJ7" If you wish know more about i'. call at the M ulr
Slorr, or enquire ol those who are using it.
Fill! WAIlllintil FOR 5 YEARS !
ZZT .evtr Breaks a Thread or Skips a S 1 1 f r Ii ! jr
THIS ISTHK ONLY MACHINE WITH
Srlf Tlirrn.llns Mmttlr !
Sf-lf U-t;nlalin:f T -!
A ad Srlf Setting Nrrdlrl
Is the Lightest P.unninK, and is in every rcsx.'i t the
PnQr. Pnmilv RpTJuirur Mnrliino f
At the San
Wfdch Stood the Highest Tett
Francisco Mechanics' Fair!
AAT MEAL, CRACKED WHEAT IN lOIb
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
t ROM THE MILL.
For i'ale by
BOLLES & CO.
POR SALE BV
BULLtlS 4c CO.
BREAD. CRACKERS, &c.
ED I CM RREAD. PILOT BREAD. SA-
loon Pilot Bread in cases and quarter cases. Crackers.
A full assortment, For Sale by
n23 BOLLES ic CO.
AND CAN BE
ICE CREAM PARLORS
'0. 60 HOTEL STREET.
The Proprietors have spared no painr,fp msike these Parlors
complete in every particular, combijade btM.il comfort and
convenience. i ' .
Polite and attentive waiters alwifVovemL-, lo
customers. w ...k I
Having maJe permanent arry f the'origics!r. Leon De
Jean, the proprietor of the Pfcj Circuit Courbi awe are pre
kKI? lUrD' - BalK Pftrtknd thi. 26th dns, .fcke, of all
kinds, either plain or ornam u. II- HH V'yle of the
decorative art ly Wedding Cll
alsu 111 ear line, we will iu, a swi......
ks for this
lLJFrnt- " CALIFORNIA
Ac. is supplied with the bJVERY. FOR
"J 4 .rwcri cnerveac-n
tured from the receipt of a c
!4.t'r-..j4i . i wrr .a-t.---iUav-a.
tne r ul
Made especially for Plantation nie;
Mule Carts; Heavy Hand Carts; Axle Grease;
1 Iron Safe; Eagle Plows; Hay Cutters;
A tevr Cases of well aelecfed
25, 23, 20 in. wide, desirable styles;
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS, complete,
Hoe Handles, Ax Handles, Pick Handles;
Ox Bows, liin.; Charcoal Irons;
Hunt's Axes dc Hatchets;
Fairbanks Platform Scales
Babbit Metal; Solder;
Uubber Packing; Black Rivets;
S18 XO SlOO
Catalogue anl I'ric. List. Order by
Mail promptly n.llend''il to.
WE ARE ALSO AGENTS POR THE
Miles' Double Lock Money
.Ft- "W 3Z5 DFS. !
AXD TJIE W0RLD-11KNU WM:D
Honolulu, May 15, 1ST.
NOONDAY KEROSENE Ott I WELLS' MUSIC STORE
Downer's Kerosene Oil;
Eastern Keg A Barrel Shocks;
Hoop Iron, I. i, 1 in.;
Pence M ire, Xos. 5 k C ;
GALVANIZED CORRUGATED ROOFING.
A Pine Assortment of
Stylish Carriages !
JIMP-SEAT CARRYALLS, PHAETONS,
EXTENSION TOP CARRYALLS,
ASSORTMENT OF CHAIRS I
Saratoga A rni Cottasre Chairs;
Crown Top Grecian Chairs;
Astor Grecian Chairs;
tiuincy Wood Chaira;
Arm Cabinet Chairs;
Revere Office Chairs;
Swias Cottage Chairs;
Wood Seal Norse do;
Wood Seat Rockicg do.
ONTo. GO Port Street.
GEO. F. WELLS,
Una Jual Relumed
FROM the STATES !
WITH A LARGE AND WELL SE
LECTED STOCK OP
PIANOS, ORGANS AND SHEET MUSIC
Sl,()00 WORTH !
Together with a large an 1 car-'u.:y ri-d tl x k f
ACCORD EO .VS. C it N C E RT I N .1 ,
TAMBOURINE. STRINGS for
GUITARS, VIOLINS, Xr.
ALSO, A V E W
Chamber Sets in Chestnut!
AN INVOICE OF
McMurray's Fresh Oysters I
A few Cases of
BURNETT'S AQUA FLORIHEL I
All of the above Merchandise will be of-
itred. "or sale upon satisfactory
terms to Purchasers.
WELLS has been Appointed Sole
Agent for Six of the Eest
AMERICAN PIANOS, VIZ.,
Decker J3ro.s., Weber,
Kischer and IMillei.
SEVERAL OP THE
BEST GERMAN & FRENCH PIANOS
Ir.rlj'linj the .-ti.I .' I
MANSFELDT St NOTNI.
Allourfiools are t.onrht at le lr k iiricra fur pt rash, i
If u winh an tbiMg i i Ihe Mikic l.iu'- I c iri f.iruiili it ,'
for you I
XT Chrapfr than Vuu ran gi t the Same i:irw here.
MESSRS. CHULAN& GO.
Ilnse nr LhbmIImk.
DiinccT yiicM ciiina.
A VLIIV LA ltd K
ASSORTMT OF GOODS,
A in tig avklrls str
WHITE AND COLORED MATTING
fiitrDKlon, l.on; and all kind f (halm,
( lilna Tras, tf all Grades,
(.no (lolh, for Ladlrs Ilrrm,
Mlk IlandLrrililrrs Mlk trapr,
A SPLENDID VARIETY OF JEWELRY
I Iwwrr a k Ilowfr INils SniflhlBr fw.
ha Involrr tf Slorif I'oMs, fhloa SrttL,
Hard I I rr Wood fat Urady for laally Inf.
Alo on haiid and for sale at 50 (Val,
RICE MR A.N POR HORSES,
HOGS, OR CHIC KEN PKKD.
oct.-.Cm CHULAN & CO.
THE FINE CLIPPER SHIP
fiGITY OF PERTH,'
115 Ia)s from IJifrpool, Is bow
Discharging her Cargo!
IN SPLENDID ORDER.
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
rriuU. E'i,iins, Lrown Cottons, IMlot Cl Ahlnf,
t'riihrvlUa, J'ohskiris.Toweis, Vvlvt-t Carjirts,
Cotton Mai.) ts, Lioen Ilrills, Quilts, Tweed Clothing,
1'i.dcr Cl-fth.ris. Wool Hiirts,
0f r 1 ar.d C'riin'-an H.iris, Iivlia Iluhb. r CMMi.f,
Saddles, Leather Belting, and Laces
French Calf'kiris, White Lad, Cantor Oil,
GoEsagcs' Celebrated Blue Mottled Soap.
Twr.ly-four liars ic a Ilox,
ctiioiii: i mv riEis kti:i:l vuncm,
I.arlli'.i.aarc, l'.m .war'-, I'ortliifid CitncDt,
Mctjnic'a CUnfirrs. M irrlf,. Tail A Watsou't Clartfirra,
CENTRIFUGALS L ENGINES,
lire Bn ks, I'.-x.flnp, flatra, MTLItinr,
Iron V. .'.t ads, Corrurattd Irun, IIoop Iron,
l enre Wirr, Hollow-ware,
Kinpijr ivtrvlrum Harrcls, Itallroad Iron,
BLOOD, WOLFE &. CO.'S ALE I
HAS.V A LK, PIO HIIANU I'OIlTEn,
Best Double-Screened South Wales
POR SALE II V