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A. P. EVERETT.
For'.rarding V I' on. minion Merchant
rr.oNT T,.rr.T. cmusek clay.
I R A XCIM'O.
!tnt. n rul I , C'..o gr.rs-cts of 1,'asl I'f-iuf;
THOMAS G. SNOW.
Commission JI 'reliant,
5I (aatrclal street, BaMeo, .M.
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( Ol NSKLLOK A T LAW,
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vf r-.j. I'utiirt ul LtAt. &. n ! .r -f "f
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-',rl Lai". ojc, al t l. f r-cu!i-o -f I .a.a; jr.it
J. C. MERRILL & CO.,
IcraU far In Rrgilar iJUpaWh Ma ( r .
AbTSCU MDI! Ol CONf lONMESTS. '.f
V. H. CEOSSMAN & BRO..
4illllii(C n,l Com ihInnIoii
m iz n a ii a r t s.
II Cttaa-. Mrrfl, KV VOKX.
WILLIAMS. BLANCHAED & CO.,
Shipping Cora mission .Merchant,
X.Si Calirrala Street.
CORBIYT & HA CLE AY,
r m m M t A .
MiinDiotr tommiion jiercuauis,
1 : nj ii rrmt Bli 1J aoJ 12 Vfat St , foctUoJ, O.
f m m!cico orricK.io-j fackaue.nto etrclt
;.ninifit of IslaM Pmrf: rltcicil on
AIIVACIU WILL UK MADS.
Lt the Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is IheONLY TEST I
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE !
American, C-oId Ac. Silver
WATC H ES, VATC H ES,
A Fine Hunting Ch W!thm Eilrer Walet for t
ft... M M M
MM, M to ft. ft J O
ft ft. M ft. ft. ft
" - - " Ukl WUh for 111
MM to to to ft. ?
UJin' OolJ Watch, 3(1
All ! th abir lle f Klglu mmd Wallbata
Wnlrhe. will t tlcl at Ike aktfe
I'rleea fmv the scat CO da fa.
tCerr Watch Caavaateefl. ar the- Maaey
Trutli in ITIiIity sincl
Solo Agent for tho Valtham
jjiil Watch Co.
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PHIIjiADiSIiPHIA ! !
4 NO AS
TOl' SKK II
oy-(f with ooe o ihoae
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
which will ttaod the Baggage PinaalWr, aa which are only
to be had at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
Where can be found any or
EIEI11IIIUG l. THE TROK LI.E
LadieV 8oli4 Sole Leather Traoks. riveted eJet;
Laiiira' Solid BriJle Leather Tranka, rireted eJget;J
LaJira' Solid Leather Trunk, tewed etlgeti
LaJi'V Elcfaat Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladiea' Compoaitiott garato?
Ladies' Kmtxonrd Zinc Saratoga",
I. a lies' Klrgant TrarelUsjc Dreiting CaJra.
LaJira Boaaia Leather bopping Valisf,
Lalir' Bafi and Reticules in all axies.
Ladies' Ca&raa Corered Traokt,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article much io demand, stowing neatly nnJer the state
r i m hrrth.
Sotid 51 Leather Trunk, rieeted eOirrn ;
Geol'a Solid Undle Leather Trunks, rireted edges
tlenl's Leather Trunk in a'l iUe,
(lent's Bcuod Je Trunks,
;.. nt" Soli I Sole Leather Valises.
(J-nt Hrwlie Leather Valtses,
Uent's No. 1 acd 3 Botoo Talisea,
U?nt'a Patent Corner Valises.
taaot's i.teaot Kama Leather
;:,nlia l BUoket Strap. Trunk Straps,
T )unal and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
'at cv(rtiiny in the above line atul
n't liol Jlvck J'rictJ.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN KI.KCIXT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
A oa-ri i
rhu-h rc tte
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
The Neatest Stylo of Men's
.r- t' e .
frlr 1 Kr.rrlt
l:c I K t a-.d
I II. ST UECEIVED
EMI.t.MtN'l SILK. ,4MR WOOL,
.M-r .v. Ii. J. CJ r.J !.. ltr'l I syiTi.:Tts.
f .... ftr FUccl. Ir.a.a t.aaz. I.oro aad Jn Urtmm,
ij.ua e.., l:.Li..ao. fcrcwa Coroo. fctr.p Cotton, ttr.pe
V-r..-K.. "f.-Ciui M-r.a-.. :r.r (.cy acd Dark Grey Me
mo lli.l II
' f.o.or.." fiaS f,:k n l T'Joo SoT.-l?r.
WUi. tta'.r.r. Lrc.r. f.iax al Lofcr-l t.-k T..
Ir'.&.l. Ciac Ji --w. W in-l.r, bck ci C'.l jfTJ e.; 8rf,
Pr.i:l Ctc!rie T;'.
l.i&o C;r. llalrrhf,
Lrvn Ctmlt.c Hrn Hi.'.cli IIiiJrcLi,
A CnvICH fEI.EC7ION OF
Crwo. radra;, (hardla., (alrateN. (.nr!l'
Labia'-. rinirdV., Hf-f . Lakla'
f''jiii"(iity In ji'trt
Ysax q dr A:,-., :;- cf Bo, unce vt Ro.'i, Per.ian
Otto ol B o. V Lite Ko-e, M' K province Kuae, aaeoce
f. ,aja, tr.aa K'jott, I'rinre cf Wale, prirrs Beatrice.
FriiCfti Lr.a.-, Pr.ocia A'.ire. lutchsitif K-lmlnrgb, Mar
i t.l Is-fw. Mathi la. Hawthorn Bloom. Opoponaz. Wild
I k,wr cl lr.J.a. Marvel of Peru. Iialiaa Vi.,lei. Wood Vw
!', Ft l''. K"t Briar, (tun? F !.. r, rioleo L I,
Lily ' f Ike Va'l-jr. N? Mown Hay, Htiiolmte, Tulip. Fran
r I'-tRt.:, I'.'tvlei.ta, Jockey Club, Vlar.T i laor. PalehMjIr,
lirl.un, M, .-'., i.. Kaimi.ticr, rkauoir tut, eaodal V"orid,
Mjtk.Ac. In r it f..i and plaio rxxtles. all aixa. from
I r.j C-r.t. I ) T'-a li U.ar a bottle. Jast I he thing f,r a
Chr.jtm. Vf t.t.
TOILET WATERS. VINEGARS, &c,
Eaa T- itie, Eau ii CoUoe, Fl'rida Water, Laver.d-r
Wat'r, V.-ro-n W trr, Hur.eary Water. H'n-y Water, Toikt
V.ojir, Ar'.ruatic ioetr, L jpotav, Bay Ram, tc.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
Barry's Trie phercu. Busies Hyperion Fluid, Burnett's
Cocoaine. Olencome. By Bum Oil. Pnitacl i Nut Oil, Bow
lanil tfc Mon's Genuine Macaar Oil, Bried'r.l acl,' Macaiaar
Oil. Lime Juice and f.!jcerine, Orrpooa Oil, Pomade Vase
line. Crown Pomade, Rimmd'a Pomade, 1'itrJ's Pomade,
f OR THE COMPLEXION,
Rowland' KjIv I t, llri.l-nbach' Kalydor, Milk cf Ho,
Bloom of Youth, lllorjin cf Koaes. Vinarre d Bouire, Labia'
BUnc de Perlr, Barry's IVarl Cream. Cold Cream ol Boses,tVc.
TOILET & NURSERY POWDEiiS,
Fay's Vel' Utine, Opaline, pr.tachio Nut Powder, Eukotiia,
Opera Om, Lily While, Violet Powder, Rice Powder, Love
Powder UjT tarhel.
I Tory, Wood and Taper Fowdfr Cotes and rslfs.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE TEETH,
Barry's MarfKina Floriline, fioloiit, Tiuct. Myrrh and
Borax, Rowland's Odooto. Orris and Chalk, Cherry Tooth
Pate, Crown Tooth Paste, Oriental Tooth Paste, I.yon's Tooth
TaMrl. Jauee Tooth Powder, Violet Mouth Wash, Aro
matic and Ladies' Carhouf.
A larye and varied assortment of
COLCATK'S, COCDRA YS. CROWS, COS
NEI.L'S, 1.1 'BIN'S, I'lESSt: tc LUBIX'S
Toilet Soap Tablets.
Cotitainin: the flIowlc aad many other Liuds :
Rose, Otto cf Roses, Patchouli, Frangipanni, Heliotrope,
New Mown May. Violet, Milleflears, Caahiuire Bouquet, Jock
ey Club, Honey, Almond and Glycerine, Elder Flower, Oat
Meal, Lettuce, Bice Btareh. Lavender, Pestachio Nut Oil 8oap,
Ambrosial, Rondcletia, Cold Cream, Pore Curd. Musk, Panda I
Wood. Calvert's Carbolic, Chardins Medicated, Pears' Cold
Tar. Junepar Tar, Glenn's Sulphur, Vandyke's fculphur.
Pear' Transparent Soap Balls and fc having 8ticks, Lubln's
CryntalizeJ Shaving flick.
Naples, Hhaving h"ap,
Ooxnell's Ambrosia! having Cream,
lowing Machine Soap,
Kitchen Crytal Soap.
Ivory, Tearl InUiJ, Celuloid. Florence.
And a full line ol COSXELIS HAIR n RUSHES.
from Fifty Cent to Three Dollar and Fifty Cents eat h.
Tooth, Nail, Cloth, Phaiioi?, & Shoe Bronhcs, Wliisk Brushes.
Ilnnd Mlrrsrs, I) r easing- Cantba. Etc.
BIEW G-OOHHS !
FROM BREMEN !
HAWAIIAN BK. R. 0. WYLIE
And conitii:g of a Large Aoortment nl
Cottons, Linens, Woolens and Silk, New Prints,
Denim, Sheeting, Cloth, Buckskins, Flannels, Merinos,
4c, Ac, dec
llandkerchieis, Hosiery, Shirts, Towels, Umbrella,
Fbawls and Clothing. Blankets, Ac.
Bag and Bagging, Canvas. An
Invoice of Christmas Goods
TOVS, PERFUMER!', A.c.
A D D L E R '
CALFSKINS, STATIONERY, ic.
TAV O PIANOS,
FKOM NEUFELP, BERLIN, Vienna Chairs,
Cutlery, Buckets, Tubs, Saucepans, Corrugated Rocflng,
Fence Wire, Hoop Irco, Tin Plates, Tin, Bar Iron,
Yellow Metal, Tipes, Zinc, Lead, Vc.
Kerosene Oil, Camphor, Ac.
CROCKERY AND GLASS VARE !
DEMIJOHNS AND BASKETS.
laud!.. Joa,. i..r, Le .Ac , Ac.
IOAVIEK AM SHOT !
II. rte R'i and Other CHaf.
1'i.ntir.j a:id V ra p
STAPLE Ai FANCY GOODS
s.4 7i';.4r. y.4.vL'.4fty is.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Wasiiinctov, D. C, Dec. 137S.
. Tbf st-cor.i st 'siou r-( th-? For!j-fiii CoEsres,
ia accordance with Uw an-i precedent, opened on
the Erst . Monday in iK-eember; wtich cccued on
tbe k.cond daj of lb month. An vilra session,
called before that uCu-uil, though ii Lu
oecured. It wu a njaiter that attention was giren
to very earlj ia th i?:orj cf cur country. I
read a few dij fiic an autograph letter of j
George Whington to Jaaes Madlaca, written in !
tbe autuenn of 1733. tn regard to a ' called session" j
of Congress at notbr point tbaa Pbiiade'phia. ;
Lecaae of tbe .'riou maladj' cf yellow ferer I
prcfaiiing in that chy. Tbe writer presents to n :
an almost lajposibl- !ate cf affnirs in stating tbit
be Lad written to it- attorney general (tben Ed
mund Randolph, ol V..) for a legal opinion u(uii
the matter, tut had receired an answer, at
which he waa not surprised, as Le had leatu. d
that, that gentleman "had i.o communication ni:!;
thi poet clice. ' lioweTer. we may become pain
luiiy aware of the t ojibi;i:j of aucb a conluiuti
cf affairs if this congress does not take up, and
pass an appropriation bill f r tbe annual expen-es
of the Tost Office Department, and that too, be
fore? it irallvi'luaUy got-s bume to eat Christmas
Turkej. I'ost Master Gen. Kej does not propose
to keep up the i'ostal Service on promises, and
eajs he w ill aholi.-h the whole Railway Mail Ser
vice, that it has taken ten years to bring to a state
of perfection, which challenges the admiration of
tht? whole world, if Euitable legislation is delayed.
This sturdy cOcial ha good honest Scotch blood
that will not allow him to run a j?er bureau. He
is a conscientious man and growing in popularity.
It id earnestly hoped that congress will think the
three thousand trained employees who are liable
to be Eiiddenly thrown out of employment, and
the luxury, if you please, we have so long on
joyed In I'ostal piivi'.ego of more importance
than any number of '-cypher dicpatefces," or any
demagogneism in other directions.
To return to the opening day (though it can
! never be devoid of interest entirely, of course it
i.i not comparable with tbe beginning of a newly
elected congress) It came and went without excite
ment. It may have been because the day bad al
' most summer beat, or that the months following
adjournment have been fraught with such a fearful
record ot death in a laige portion cf our country,
and doubtless in a large degree consequent upon
the fact that many ot the incumbents were not re
turned, but certainly an almost unprecedented list
less and careless air seemed to pervade on this day
usualy so crisp, and eo bustling. "The boys:J
were glad to see eacb other of course, and tbe
greeting and the hearty hand 6haking as genuine
and heart felt as though they were net in a very
few minutes to be arrayed as recognised belliger
ants. The line of color, speaking artistically, is
almost perceptable dividing those who have been
re-elected and those who by the unmistakable
voice of tbe ballot box. have been requested to
stay at home. It ia paid that tbe wise of that class
termed the "Third House" i. e., the lobby find
easy prey and move pliable minds among the
members who were disappointed in being chosen
to continue to represent "an intelligent constituen
cy, sir!-' A congressional phrase denominating
the most ignorant and the refined cultivated sup
porter alike for do not each count a vote, or
At twelve the handsome speaker took the chair
and one fall of tbe gavel brought each member
silently to bis seaL Tbe chaplain of the house ask
ed divine blessing upon the people's representa
tives, and prayed for tbe forgiveness of the sins of
omission and commission that bad been added to
the list cf each individual. Mr. Speaker Randall
does not show any cf the scars of the conflict in
his own and adjoining cities into which the new
element of "greenback idin" has entered and caus
ed tbe fight to be band to band. The desk ot Mr.
Randall was burdened with elegant " floral offer
ings," as any gift of the kind is in this day very
appropriately called, "A bunch of flowers'' is a
thing of the past. Tbe basket, the crown, tbe
wreath, tbe beart, the key or any of the devices in
to which the sweetest, simplest flowers are tor lur
ed is offensive to tbe real flower lover, but there
in for this innovation no help. Many of the mem- :
beis det-ks were also adorned with friendly greet-
ings in way of rare flowers until the air of tbe Hall j
was sweet as the spicy breezes from Ueylon s
The motion that formally announced to the I'res- j
ident that the bouse wus fh order and awaiting hi
recognition, was made by Mr. Fernando Wood,
ot New lork, w ho did this" as he does every thing j
in the elegant iciness of manner peculiar to him. ;
'Has that man got a heart?'' -"Yes, if a dolphin '
has;" was the reply of the Cicerone, who appear- '
ed to be showing his visitor the lions of tbe Capitol.
It seemed not an inapt summary of tbe distinguish
ed member's personel. The comments of the crowd. :
which on ibis occasion is generally composed of j
strangers, are very amusing and not without that '
instioctive wisdom which it would be well the sub- :
jects should not only hear but profit therefrom. ;
In a few minutes the message was brought by the
private secretary, and the clerk proceeded to
read in the monotone so free from all magnetic 1
force, that is without doubt characteristic to the '
salaried reader. I often wonder why the I'resi- '
dents do not read their own messres to Congress: I
it would greatly enhance tbe interest of tbe occa- j
eion: I may be mistaken, but I believe Washing
ton was tbe only I'resident that read his messages.
He was a man eminently appreciating "the eternal
fitness of things.'- The message of President Hayes
was listened to in theSwnate wilh dignified respect- ,'
ful silence. In the House it was different there
was soon a stir, then a buzz, and half the people ''
in the galleries were moving and half the members ;
on tbe floor were tflfking. 31 r. Wood created the I
only sensation of tbe hour, by interrupting the j
reader when he read a few paragraps of a subject '
upon which tbe writer dwells at length i. e. elec
tion frauds in theSonth. This was thought to be very
questionable taste in Mr. Wood, and has uot in !
truth many precedents. Mr. Hayes, of Maine, I
and Mr. Garfield, of Ohio, replied promptly and j
bitterly, until at one time there seemed danger of !
qnite a spirited debate, but at plight reproof for j
this breach of etiquette the combatants were quieted
growling to await a more favorable opportunity !
of giving utterance, as our Quaker friends would j
terra It, 'to the concern on their minds."
RECEPTION OP COL. YOCXQ AND COL. KEATIXO. OK j
MEM 111 13. ,
We bave a life here separate and far above !
IT. I j - ac i ;. . . . i
puuucm uuu ouiciai interest, uiougn tuere is a
wide spread opinion to the contrary. This life is
of social and benevolent accord and was illus
trated beautifully by the heartiness with which all
parties united in giving a heart-felt welcome to
two distinguished gentlemen of Memphis, who.
with a heroism that commands admiration, bud'
battled with tbe insidious vellow fever. (V,l
Casey Young is li e representative from tbfi city '
of ilemplui and re-elected to the Fortv-sith
Congress. lie is a man of nervous, delicate pby- j
sique. and one ean readily see would shrink from
anv sitrht of sufJu-rin? wliiph b- n,,i,i
"With such an organism he deserves all the greater j
praise that he has during tbe plague by which his '
people were 9tricken, remained in their midst, sus- I
taining them by his own courage, assisting them in j
need and sympathizes with them in their mani- j
fold afflictions. Col. Jame9 M. Keating, the editor '
or tne Memphis appeal, is in physical endowment i
just the opposite of Col. Young. He is stalwart '
and sanguine. Many of the citizens of Memphis !
cioaj uni n; it-Ter appearea, ana very '
many wisely lelt. Mr. Keating stood by bis work, j
and to bis untiring energy and devotion thou- '
sands are trratt-ful Inr th ilailv r, . rnr tu I, ; K (,i. !
O " r f t "M.1J IV1V1 I
j oi iuc saiety or ueaia or tueir It lends in the ci'.y.
i When tbe dUease appeared, be bad thirty em
ployees in Lis office; by the last of September he
stood entirely alone some had fallen, others fled.
He wrote bis leaders and tbe locals, which were
the burden of the publication, set up his type,
aad got out his paper day a!tT day. When a
friend stepped into the office he would be pressed !
into work either with type or pen. All this while I
Mr. Keating found time by day or niht, as the
emergency demanded, to attend important com- I
mine meetings, answer letters, receive stores, visit 1
the sick and dyinj. He seemed positively a man j
of iron endurance, but with a beart of womanly
I lenuci iiv??. nucii me lives ot real printers are !
j written the name nf James M. Keating will be
' gratefully remembi red and inscribed as reflect- !
in; glory upon tbe profession. He is but little 1
ch untred bis brown hair i fast becoming grey.
He escaped an attack of the fever. His lovelv
wife with their son and daughter were in New
York Lonrly suffering untold anxiety. Cal.
Young was not no fortunate as to escape the
, fever, and t-'.ill lin-ks emaciated from tbe cousum
in; de.ea. It is no wonder tint when thee g.-n-tletnn
were corieJ into the larg el'gant room
- at Willard Ho:?l th.it the band burt rth i-h
Mail to tbe chief." and that l!ie thiee hundred
Itlend present rte t receit e them T.'.-it warm
r sympathy hal bee;: q;l and greater tbja tie
unj'rec-!f nt'.-d p.fcJ- Ho fpoke wi'h th. lorci of
a iniu nrb hal through an oriea! ot iif
ana Ut-ata. auihis u:is.Taacs worn
Tie::ce. (Ikv. b'-pbarJ lej tbe ir;
i"3j i;to t li
Liir.qi.;: uj;i fav:r.
hire had pestilence
bould endanger tbt:r 1
three hundred were rot
Ccens repast, .-peikcr
Keatin'a toa., Tbe
w by wo
Ives j fa3i:a--."'
&5ow tn b'-ncr ih
re-nlv to Mr.
made an eigiat respond. I os: M i.-ter General
Key wn called tor, aud representing Tennessee
ia the Cabinet, Gov. Shephard introduced tia as
belccgig an a Jmi-ii'.ration he (.hejhard) did not
approve, but he reai'y though: he Key) the best
of the batch.' Key returned this good natured
bandage ten fold until frcm blushes of too much
praise plied upon a back ground cf abuse, such as
Key used to Ittdu're m towarcs " Uoss Sberihard.'
he and a'l his confreres notably those Southerns
present. Yocr? Keititur. forinorlv t- tn on I
Alex. Shephard. B it te was cow f.-e? to cccfesj
that ia the great tiay cf awards if Shepherd did
cot receive the welcome mandate of " well dene,'"
he did not know what ether people had a right to
expect. Gov. Shephard is a man of wonder:"u
magnetism, the hippy magnetism ot charitable
leeds in fact but as he was not the hero of the
evening he will have to have another chapter.
One item mentioned iu conversation with Col.
Young aad Co!. Keating gives ia a few words, a
photographic view of the distress their city has
even now. We have seveu hundred orphans,
hocueles. moneyless, to provide for before the
wiutersets ia." Co!. Keating is engaged by the
Howard Association to write a history of the epi
demic, and Le is probably the only mi:i who could
do this work from actual knowledge of the daily
events. His pen is as graceful as Lis speech, of
bicb 1 cannot rtfmia from quoting. He said
when introduced by Gov. Shephard 1 am glad of
tbe opportunity which i thus afforded me of thank
ing you for the money and good nurses you sent
down to Memphis during tLe fever. I can best
illustrate my feelings to ni,;ht by an aphorism.
1 ue people of t!ie ;-outu were conquered by the j
people of the North, but the noise ot the cannon !
and the wounds of bullets never reached or touch-
ed the hearts of the Southern people. The con-
quests of peace have done more than the conquests ;
ot war : four months of the sympathy of the North j
bare done more than lour years cf war cou'.d do : !
they have cemented and united the Southern peo
ple in a gratitude and friendship toward the North
which shall be for all time."
(.KITING TO WOUK-
Congiesa seems disposed te be good, and has 3
made a fair beginning by passing two bills for ap-(
prepriatiou in the army and navy. While the; are'
behaving so well it seems invidious to recall the
fact that these moneys should have been given last
year, and would have been, had Congress been act
uated by a full sense of responsibility. General
Banning, Chairman of the committee on Military
affairs, announced to a newspaper man that the
committee would report in favor of donating
cannon for the Custer statue. Which work is now be
ing produced by the eminent sculptor Wilson Mac
Donald of lew York, and is to be placed at West
Point, as a memorial to this gallant cavalry officer.
By way of variety I will close with a cursory
glance at the
COKCOItAX'd U.tl.I.EItY OF ART.
This building is situated at the corner of 17th St.
and Penn. Avenue opposite the new State Build
ings. It is in tbe renaissance style, built of brick
witn trimmings of Belleville Greenstone. It is 104
by 124 feet and bears the name of the man who
built and generously endowed it, for the benefit
not only of Washington City, but for every lover
cf art in the country who can take advantage of
the unusual opportunity here given to study sculp
ture and painting. It has a collection of casts
from the antique rivalled only by the British Mus
eum or South Kensington Gardens. Of modern
sculpture it has two of the most famous examples,
namely Hiram Powers, "Greek Slave" and "The
Dying Napoleon" by Vincenza Vela. In painting
it is equally rich. Endowed so bansomely and year
ly accumulating it is impossible to select a picture
to mention, lest twenty of equal merit seem neg
lectfully onimitted. The collection of Ceramics is
very interesting, and illustrate tho different nation
al schools; that is. if the term be admissable. The
bronzes are chiefly French, and largely from that
master in animal figures, Barye. The endowment
for this gallery is nine hundred thousand dollars,
the interest of which is yearly expended by a Board
of Curators, in added gems. Every advantage is
given students for studying or copying, and the
educational importance of such a world of beauty
given freely to the public is already felt and seen,
but cannot be estimated, at least, in this century.
E. B. J.
REM -A. L !
iuus:s & co.,
IVOILI) INFORM THEIR FRIENDS
t iind the I'Ublic generally, that they have
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
Which lias juit been completed, situatej at the Old Stand,
34 Queen Street, where they have heen making large additions
to their stock of Ship Chandlery, Ship and. Plantation Stores,
which make their assortment large and varied.
Will be happy to bave a call from their patrons, and they
trill a.' sure them that no pains will be spared to attend to their
wants in a satisfactory manner.
We have now ia Stock: Cord ace, hemp and Manila, an as
sortment of sizes; Cotton Duck. Flax Canvas, Hemp Canvas.
Cotton Sail Twine, 5, 6, 7 and 8 ply; Flax Sail Twine, 3 and 5
ply; Ulookn, Oars, Shieves, Hooks and Thimbles. 4c , &c, all
of which will lie sold at Bed ltock Prices.
Vmululu, Nov. 23d, 1S7S. n23
BOLLES i CO.
ILMINGTON TAR. WILMINGTON
PI ICH. For Sale by
BOLLES i CO.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL,
nl'HIH CK'S PL" RE LEAD, IIUBBUCK'S
V hite Zinc, Hubbuck'a Pale Boiled Oil, Boston Spirits
For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
MIXED RUBBER PAINTS,
gF A LL SII A DES. IN LARGE
J Packages. For Sale by
BOLLES &. CO.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
ASSORTED SIZES. SMALL CHAINS.
BOLLEd & CO.
BEEF. FORK, II A MS. BACON, CHEESE,
Lard. 4rc., 4c. F'or Sale by
V LARGE ASSORTMENT, NEW AND
FltESH. For Sale by
niJ BOLLES i CO.
LARGE ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING :
JiXk. Koast Beef, Boiled Beef, Koast Mutton, Boiled Mutton.
Compressed Corned Beef, Pigs Feet, Lambs Tongues, Beef
Bngu; V'1' sh Chowder ,fi: and Bean. Codflsh
nUJ BOLLES & CO.
CUTTINGS Jt CO.'s FRUITS AND JELLIES,
San Jt se Fruits and Jellies, a full assortment.
n23 For Sale by BOLLE3 S CO.
OIL ! OIL ! !
I JURE SPERM OIL. STRAINED AND FREE
from foots. For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
T N QUANTITIES TO SUIT. FOR SALE BV
BOLLfcd & (JO.
DAY. DEVOE'S AND
BOLLES & CO.
For Sale by
"I A L I FO R N I A CUBE
BOLLES 4 CO.
V.. Kegs of powdered su?ar.
For Sale by
ND WASHED SUGAR FROM TUE
ini'il cf Alex. Hutchison, a fine article.
For Sale by BOLLES & CO.
ARTS AND HALF GALLONS.
For a:e by BOLLES A CO.
N Q. I'
N C A S ES. FOBS A I. E B V .
r-'X BOLI.n I.O
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FOR SALE IT
I. 1 I I
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C. BREWER & CO.,
II .1 V t
J 1s t n i: c; i; i v i : i
BV THE AMERH'AN II.IKK
A Irl If TURNER!
114 DAYS FP.OSI BOSTON.
Having on Board a Cargo of
s. I Well Selected Merchandise
Far I hi Market, Consisting ia p.ir of
CU M BERLl N D CO A I
, ia cak. I i
r u?. IN Ca:
W ;!iE:Ejton I;
50 Wi- N3. 1 Krsin.
An Assortment of Bar Iron !
MANILA CORDAGE ; OARS:
Maie efpeciailjr fx Tianiat.jn u;
Male Cart; Hfav.-
1 Ir.n Sifc;
e l'l. ws;
IliT Cut !rll ;
A few Cain of well aelrrird
SJ, Si, SO in
ide, desirable style:
ESTON'S CEXTRIr'l'G tLS. comrte,
lke Ilicaies, Ax Uaciilo. I'u k HanJUs;
Ol Bow, la ; Cbarcoxl Iruci;
Hunt Axe A: Hatchets;
Fairbanks Platform Scales
NOONDAY KEROSENE OIL!
STANDARD r EST,
Downer's Kerosene Oil;
Eastern Kvg & Barrel Shook.;
Hoop Iron, J. J, 1 u.;
fence Wirf. Nos. 5 & 6;
GALVANIZED CORRUGATED ROOFING.
A Fiue Aaaorluirul of
Stylish Carriages !
JUMP-SEAT CARRY ALLS, IMIAETONS,
EXTENSION TOI CARRYALLS,
-fV. Very Xj . x-s
ASSORTMENT OF CHAIRS I
Saratoga Arm Cottaee Chairs;
Crown Top Grecian Chairs;
Astor Grecian Chairs;
Quincy Wood Chair;
Arm Cabinet Chairs;
Revere Office Chairs;
Swiss Cottaee Chairs;
Wood Seat Nurse do;
Wood Seat Kocking do.
ALSO, A FEW
Chamber Sets in Chestnut!
AN INVOICE OF
McMurray's Fresh Oysters !
A few Cases of
BURNETT'S AQUA FLORIMEL !
All of the above Merchandise will be of
fered for sale upon satisfactory
terms to Purchasers.
C. BREWER & CO.
THE NEW AMERICAN
UsU II iiTa.Xa.Vala. a. la JU
THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE
A child can run it !
A Mind person can thread it !
A poor man can afford it !
A good house-keeper wants it !
A dressmak-r will have it !
A tailor can swear by it !
fTT It you wish to know more about it, cull at the M uaic
Store, or eaquire ol tuose who are using it.
FILIV WARRANTED FOIl 5 YEARS !
ST Never Creaks a Thread or Skips a Stitth ! 3
THIS 13 THE ONLY MACHINE WITH
Self Tltrenlinir Shuttle:
Self RrsnlMlinc Truaion!
Asad Self Selling Needle!
Is the Lightest Uanuing, and is in every respect the
Best Family Sewing Machine !
Catalogue and Price List.
JIall promptly attended to.
WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
Miles' Double Lock Money
Ayn THE WOULD-nEXOWXED
Fai2?"banls? Scales !
CEO. F. WELLS.
OO Fort Street.
Honolulu, May 15, 1878. ap20 1y
WELLS' MUSIC STORE
3X3' z. GO Port Stroot.
GEO. F". WELLS.
Has Just Itetnrne.1
FEOM the STATES !
WITH A MRGE AND WELL SE
LECTED STOCK OF
PIANOS, ORGANS AND SHEET MUSIC
1,000 WORTH !
AMEBIC. 1 SEWIAG MINIMS !
Together w.tli a large an.l carefully Selected Stock of
ACCORDEON'S. CONCERTl N A S,
TAMBOURINES. STRING for
GUITARS. VIOLINS, Vr.
WELLS has been Appointed
Agent for Six of the Best
AMERICAN PIANOS, VIZ.,
1 ockoi' Bros., W.x-i-.
Fi-rh -i' ;i in I Mill r.
i-: i:r l tn i n i-:
BEST GERMAN & FRENCH PIANOS
IV! A flSFELDT & ISJOTNI.
A SPLENDID STOCK OF NEW GOODS,
I' I It
SELL GOODS STILL LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
l I"! l- rr , t I ll. :..!.... -..,,;
IVuMe and s.re'e Wh.S'.-.-rf". ' V kr,, f v Kow . a.; r . t t.r-l J. -a. .
Trh K.fi. ?.' f ,rk. S(-.! :.r Kit., m -rt. l-..n i.l M..lro Kkr.
Ftet:t R. tary llarivw. U-vgr Hrr. ftr::li ,:rrl and in
O rub llce, .tj
ft?; K-.ct II T..i.t , ir. r,vV. Ay,
ltuh li'ift, linn !.;,rt ar.l Fivurr. W l.'-
Il.ack'jcit'--1 I'Ktl. IIT and II r t M.ti'. .-.-.! r !
H ai-ktnt;hs iTif'rl Chain ir. Tujcr Ir: . C f. llrj:
Har.i e.1 Axe. Ht.-V( t. at 1 : Care A ll:,.1
V llr..r..-. Rake Hr.t:. A Ue lis
'., I' .1. ',. t l!t,
COUNTER PLATFORM SCALES, TO WEIGH 240 POUNDS I
rU:f- ita Soatt . t. o gi fr. ni 4.v u I'M'1 i m,.!,. T
lvuv I'win. Iifni.4 a:.i t .-r.-f. hos ar-l I ra. 1 !
1'atriit I'u'.Yy. wi ll 0:1 ik, c!..i :n. a;,!. , 1 , t.' I,.-.!
cvrry SJj;r Mi::. . Two or C.--' I. '.ft
V II Itt:..iu Jack Sort w. aM.l ixe; lii iff. all k;
H. it N :'. li.iat K;vet. San,!. Ktir.t an. I Knu iy .
(.'arr.afe Scnr.p. St-rl Alr. I.a'.l t-atrnt, Ir.n A!-.
r Tru.-ki, a-
ll:t am liitrkf t. Suc.-e fa:i
1 .m l St.il.li- llrxoni, G u
; Downer's Kerosene Oil, Devoe's Kerosene Oil, Vulcan Kerosene 'Oil,
TtKI'KMINK, MIMM COK l A : K.-w K A LSO II A E
i a piivte stock of
AMI 3U"IJK ON VMK WAV.
rr W wish 1.1 rail p.-cial attcnii.iD U turCOdll STOCK OP LA MI'S AMI i II 5)i',lKnl,Jil
nceiredes W. 11. I'r IT, frvm N..W otkan.l Sn l riicic. t. i!l,or nh a getieral a-n .ilinrM nf OiV.U In fur lln con
"PERFECTION" LAWN SPRINKLERS, ONLY $1.50 EACH.
FOIl .IIRISTJIAS, filllE.l)lll SS0HT3lEM OF IllKI) COOIIS!- '
THE BEST I X L Pocket
HJ And I'stful AitU'loo, .x iiuim roua to u:ei:ii..
UKiriv in ii. in t;.
DILLIINTOI-IA.M & CO.
uimmm one price mzui
FT Kit MANV .MONTHS OF
i AT II I'll
Paris. London, New York, Philadelphia, Auctions & Sheriff Sales,
Itaiikkrupt Merchant, i'uhlic Ailininislraticii ni.d Anignce hale, the t ttuiorst At IuhMiI o( LaU'tt ft) lei U , '
FANCY AMD CEKMTS FUR KM I SHI IMC GOODS
Tltiil Ilua Err Itru Lnttflrfl It. llir K lniilou. of II A V A II ! '
ltr is, London. AND AS FOR PRICES : -Vr York, Philadclja.
The Latest Styles tf Gents Linen Collars, only 2d cent;
While Shirts, Extra i'ine Linen Uoamns and CulTs, f 1 'Ji
French Cambric Skirts, latest pattern, 83 cents;
Fancy Plaid Over-hirti, only f 1 00;
Fancy Chev.ot thirl, 75 cents;
OUR GENTS FURNISHING GOODS STOCK CAN'T BE BEAT
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! ! HOSIERY iTl
A Full Line oi'Kvcrv Ierriition. in Fnnrv. I'lnin am!
Ladies. Gentlemen and
r..inuiuMiir.f irom o cents up.
iuiciiiit.ii i..t. n a mijiiiii oiio, dui a rine une oi rrenrn
thereby, the Company therefore dei idcd to
You will be Surprised-
Be.t hite Piques, only 15 ent, worth double; Best Tuikiah Towels, .174 cent. Worth dmib'e; Berlin Z.-i,hvr Waralcl ailral.
We also oiler our Best Kastern Corset.. Three and Four Button Kid Glov.s, rarasols, l.ueeTKs aurw
RulHitigs and Hillt Ties at Big Bargains, New Zephyr Hliawl, New tle( veks Jnrkets, '
Children's White Suits and Ladies' ITixlerwear, At X m : "W " t Mf JlU'ot I
High Priced Stores will be Displeased, but the PEOPLE, PEOPLE, will bo Rejoice I I
HOLIDAY GOODS, HOLIDAY GOODS !
Plain and Fnnry Cardboard ami Mottoes. ll.-'. (I. ri, inn Cuhigur, llalr (ill, in great vm My. "
These Goods Open for Sale at
TBI BIN DAY, SATIJKIAV, IIX 7lli,
AT THE CALIFORNIA
SMALL PROFIT ON
TO PLANTERS, MILL
Initio Htoclc to Select
loin Rixtew in EiitrljTiii!!, New YorJc, '
TBTO TIT ATITO ; .. . .
arAxwAo jtxiu w o. genuine improved, neavv.
STEEL M0LINE PLOWS, 12-14-16, "
STEEL M0LINE GANG PLOWS, at small advance above Cost " '
STEEL HORSE PLOWS, XI, X0, X00, complete.
GARDEN HOES, solid socket, 5-8 in. neck, stout blade, made to our order, and sold at
HOES, Planter's, Lane's, best quality,
HUNT'S AND SIMMONS' AXE AND Pinir
Ilont s, Collin's & Crojsmann's Handled Axes; Hunt's and Days' Anc Patt. fn Halrl.eis N,
O-os. American make, best Cast Steel and heary; Ame's, Keed s, fandtrsr' .,! Ix,rr',' jiy
Cane Knives, Uisston's make, improved styles to orders Cauai Barrt-irs. Wbe.-I r:rroi-s
' jut:5, iios, j,n., mi in., wood Ac ironi
Ox Chains; Trace Chains; Topsail Sheet Chains; llof.p Iron, N,.s. J9
Am'IiI Round Ac Flat Iron; Axe. Pick. Oo. bleifirn. 11
oiiars & uaroe, ox l okts, Ux Hows, lfin., 2 In., Wood
FILES a lull assortment for Machinist ate; Nails, WronjrUt ti Cut, aU s
S'.eam Packinp, Aslxsto's Pa;kiDg and Hemp Packing; Fence Wire, Block, .
THE CELEBRATED BARBED
A dispatch from Manufacturer savs: "We
Which means 1G0
Steel Barbs f..r the ordinary Nos. & At 0 Fenre Wire;
cooper's loon; carpenter' and I!uiI Jr's Iiar.Iirar' ;
Best Cold Pam.be I -Nat: Paima. O.I. At fji.l: a h,
. . : , . ' 7 - - ',v
ccruuimijc, v.ri.irmi(,-ai k piore urashei;
FAIRBANKS PLATFORM SCALES. FKOM
ji irw r.ngiiin ma.je Australian e.ttern faa adill , very
A Fine Assortment of liriving Whips, Hew Vork Make.
S T A r.r L O IV 1 5 H Y :
L?al Cap, Ili:l, Letter k Fools Cap, K.,te Papers, pens, Ir.ks, KnvihdX. Time B-k, f. r, .1., Kr .
ID Jt Y CI O O DS:
Staple. Iieniin, B!e.;hfd Ur,bl.-srlied Co'ti.rm fi I'r.il. 1
Sbe.-ting. Ac, Corsets, Brooks' and Coat.' Cr.iton ThreaJ.
A M E R I A N WHITE FLANNELS, FINE MEDIUM AND SILK W A It I'.
O TI" O C 1
flaw A ReSr. I Su?-tr. Psr lin.-s. )ya!.r., P'ilir.o , p'
Warrar.fI I'ur A- Full Wright Carlb, Ca!,f'-r.-.ia
Cr - tm firt.'ir. N j", H :r:.' t"- I', t ?r-.c; j jr j,,.
Weston's Patent Centrifugals; Tlie Celebrated 131ake Steam Irri
gating & Vacuum Pumps, assorted sizes fx at bottom rates-
I'arlor Organs, several styles; Kerosene Oils
ers. Vulcan and Devocs, at lowest rates, k
ranted equal to any in th; Markot.
I M :i. l.OW rx.c o( I n- tl.i, at.. vin u.l. i, u
.SltM'l I 'low
,.u i r. II. rjn Tr.
T.I., (iadc, Croat.ar, Manure I nks,
n t.-ril,, i'fc:nrr' Il.. ..t I. (iu,r 1 mimtm.
.! .r: Maitvk. ! M.n.ri, n.m .,.a .
t'.ml lUrr , II. r t. ijilrr, lrtW. roreva.' tttar'a.miiL M.lu.m .
Mvrn' I'ltnt fT I t,. (xfl V ,, llowarxl't latct lr
M-ne ..itiirtifr. Mtn' Hawimer. trill llaoinrr.
!: , Mrl,.-e lULil.v., '!nten' llanJir,
: in . I U.J, Itui. 11 ifl.k fr 'in t.tx) id al et4t;
t I m ( a.l I', l A i'lm(i I I I II .ft. rrj f aa) to ila inataet.
: -', ."' an I t. i 1 . ti. Hi 1 no nan fr. Ja.t shat I asnr4 in
w. rc in p. : I.-.I 1 1 (1)1 1 'Ml.
I :.! . , I';.-.:.. I .'... M'. m k. Cut M ail,. Cut Hlk,
, r:.!,r. t'ti: I ,r an I Ma. I.ior p.. It, (Suta ul Wubfit,,
1 11. 1 fan'!.,; ii.r.e ii.r- rnwf, .nuif mkv.
)'.. s. !. Sj ,r g (I, 1. I'iii. flu'I J llif i taj.
Cutlery, Scissors & Razors, "
!. had AT IU: A !y N A PI. K I'UICIlJt. AT TIIK XKW
no. :i7 fori mhki:t.
I NG FROM
VK IIAVK HVVi'KVnjKM
Overalls, leather flnlnh, 75 cent;
Men's Wocks, a full lino, only lii, cent; .
Gents Merino I'nderwear, extra oo.l, C5 on4
Fine Milt Neckties and How, only S ontii ,
Gcula Linen llrl and Caps, In in l.J cents up.
Silk lliLlhnVnn, ...... M-.i.. ... , r..... .... .
AT Hi WEST PRICES I
Mnuroi.li'rl.-a and Valcnriemie Laces wou'd have been
wait fur the Steamer !ZSoo.l.n.cl 1 1
An Elegant Assortment of French Edgings and INSERTI03IS.
NOVELTIES OF FRENCH AND GEIIMAK Ml im
Unprucedenlly Low Prices I
: ) i 1 1 , A
FISIIEL. Praprir lar. UH Karl Klrr.
TT0 1RIIE A,ID) !
OWNEBS & OTHERS,
from nnl H,.i.f ..
at lower rate f lmn vr
I A. 2, MI,iriKlii( do;
l"t elierela ft f padr,
A Iron; '
i 4 ,
I sue.; Cut Fiks:
, AtiMiiftleil, Tarred K (jaUariked :
STEEL- FENCE WIRE !
rr upllinfy t th nrn rk-n..
Miles of 3 Wires!
Fii,h-ri' Ti:i Conner's Vi.-ra 1
lariT" irnt vam.l ...r, ..... ft I.... . . ...
, ...... ..lr. "'" m-Ii';
- . 'iumi."i .1111. v ariilflll.
lll.K kirc, W Inie Vsh,
IOO TO 3.000 LBS.. ...
S.ddlv Tr-, Hair'lirths, Ilii.Il.D, Bu'kltn, a c
u kine'. I.iuei, lri
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