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WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO..
Shipping & Comm!ion Merchant,
Xa.SIS Cnltfwraia Sircel,
sal BAN TKANCISCU.
CORBITT & HACLEAY,
Shipping &, Commission Merchants,
13 Ami 15 Front St.; 19 sod 13 First St., Portland, O.
SAX FRANCISCO OFFICK, 203 SACRAMENTO STRfcET.
Cnoansseas of Island Produc) solicited, on which CASH
ADTiSCU WILL BE MAD.
A- P. EVERETT,
Forwarding & Commission Merchant
405 FROST BTttrr, CORSER C LAY,
FarUcalar Attentlos paid to Consigassents of IjUd1 Produce
THOMAS G. SNOW.
imlal Street, Esstsa, JIam.
CoMlfinnU of Island produce solicited.
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Ml D ITREET, - WASHINGTON, I. V,
Baa prtefaard la th Supreme Court of tbe United Stale
Siars lliO. I a nabrr nt the Bars of the Supremo Coorts
or ArkaaaaaiTenof n aad Loaiiaaa,aod author of "Maxim
f Ikt Raman Lmw. tllunrmud."
Attracts t la th Hopreme Court of th L'. 8 , anj I lie
unral Um Cftes, aad to too prosecution of Claims against
tiw LoiWtf rcaica. )y!3
J. C MEREELL & CO.,
Aeat Ur tk KrgalAr Dispatch List of Packet.
'Js.Il ADTA5CP MA PEON COSIQNMENT3. tf
W. H. CHOSSMAN & BEO.,
HhlppltiB aial CommlMMioii
118 CbaaWrt Street. NEW FORK.
RVWroe Caatla A Cooke And J. T. Wit'rUuw.
tonsil Loco3iotiie Works
CORSES OF BE1LE 1.1D IIOWiKI) STS.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALA.
W. H. TATLOU, Preat. JOSEPH MOOHE, Rup'l.
Builders of Steam Machinery
IX ALL IT3 BRAXCIIF.?.
Steamboat, Steamship, Land
JSnglncs and 13 oilers
IIIQH PKEiSCRK OR COMPOUND.
STEAM VESSELS, of a!l kiods, built complete with
Holla of Wood, Iroa cr Composite.
ORblXART ENGINES compounded when adrisable.
STEAM LAUNCHES. Barges And Steam Tugs eoo
atrsctml wits tefcreucs to the Trad In which they are to be
raiploysd. "peed, toonags and drift of water guaranteed.
SCOAR MILLS AND SUGAR-MAKING
MaCIIIMKRV asada after the moat approved plana.
A Lao all Boiler lroa Work aooaecled therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any lize,
ssade ! soluble tens' tb Ibr eonnectinf together, or cheeta
rolled, paoched and packed for ihipment, ready to be rire
tod aat um groond.
HTORACLIC RIVKTIN'G, Boiler Work and
Water Pip mad by thi ratabluhment, nreted by UjJ raa
Uc Riveting Atachinery, that qoaility of work being tir
operioe to band work.
SHIP WORK. Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam
Wiachea, Air and Circulating Pom pa, made after the most
PUMPS. Direct Acting Pomp, tut Irriilloo cr City
W ater Worka pnrpoae, built with the celebrated Davy
alv Motion, aopernr to any other pump. fr2J 3io
IIaTDI A RICE IYIIIjIj !
mssio j x mEaosT sts., sax isixcisco, cil.
The: india rice mill, after six
Tu.XX VAiu Wrwiui uimiciKe ana impruve.
eal, m bow the nearest to pertectioo of any ef the Rice Milla
c tk world. la Ihoroaf boea of Cleanainc and Polishing it
cnda nartvalcdi aad la yield of Cleaned, Merchantable Rice
frao the Paddv, prndnceafrom ft to 8 per cent, more than
liM ratebratad Htlla of Anuterdam.
THE INDIA RICE MILL U now in Terfrct
Banning Order for lh
nCLUXG k DRESSING OF PADDV !
UNCLEAN ED RICE,
Prom the Hawaiian Ialaada, to which it U Pprcially Adapted
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
Wul Heetiv4 Prompt and Careful Attention.
WV. M. GREENWOOD,
werwral Commlaetea Merchant and Proprietor of Iniiia Rice
Let the Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is theONLY TEST !
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE
American, Gold A: Silver
-7wT j2L TC HE 33
A Pin Hontiog Cas WaHham Silver Katct for 1 G
aM M M m g
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m - - - - 0oM Watch for TO
MM - - - - SO
! M W 9 , OO
S ' - Ladies Gold Watch, AO
i rags . - - - 33
j.'JJl All f Ik llaeaarElgiaiaaid Wallbam
.r Talrh(.wlltaessldal Ike abstr
Prlcea fr Ike writ CO slay.
Ery Watch Gnaraatres. r Ike Maury
Trntli is IVIibty mid
M. McINERN T
Solo Agent for tho Waltham
I3 73 Watch Co.
GOAL ! GOAL ! COAL !
N'sw Laadlag, Ex Bark
' jArr Sale ! QiaatlUesU Silt Parthascrs at I.ow
est Uariest Rates.
f tjj, jm2i 79 A Ilea A. RaMasaw.
-rJOTICE THIS !
i'w V- T HORN'S
Hotel Street, between Knnaoa and Fort.
IAH Candies Manufaclured
iXkt Al Ala Zstabliahnvent are warranted to be
Trea from all Poisonous Substances
Aad are SOLI) CIIEAPtuR than lmporte-1
I Csodie. el 9
SB A IV A If AX
Furniture Jlaiiuf acton
J, H. BRUMS, JR,
M .1 Xl'l'ACTl'RES
ALL KINDS OF PDHMTOl
And at the Lowest Prices.
Always on Hand, and Orders Filled
at Shortest Notice. The
FURNITURE IS ALL MADE BY MACHINERY
AND OF THE
BEST SEASONED STUFF !
o l:iins will be Spared
Satisfaction to His Customers !
Upholstering Done to Order.
Coffins Always on Hand.
Call and. See.
THE FINE CLIPPER SHIP
CITY OF PERTH,'
II Daj from Liverpool, l bow
Discharging her Cargo!
IN SPLENDID ORDER,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Print. Denims, Brown Cottons, Pilot Clothing,
Umbrellas, MoUsk Ins, Towels, Velvet Carpetr,
Cotton Blankets, Linen Drills, Qailes, Tweel Clothio?,
Cmler Clulbing, Wool Ebirts,
Oxford and Crimean Shirts, Id. Hi Rul.brr Clothing,
Saddles, Leather Belting, and Laces
French Calfskins, White LeaJ, Castor Oil,
Gossages' Celebrated Blue Mottled Soap,
Twenty -four Bant in a Bos,
EINSOIIK tL SIHS' PAEIS STEEL PLOtCUS,
Earthenware, dataware, Portland Cement,
McOnie's CUriflcrs, MIrrlees,Tait A Watson's Clirificrs,
CENTRIFUGALS & ENGINES,
Fire Bricks, Roofing, Slates, Whiting,
Iron Bedsteads, Corrugated Iron, lioop Irou,
Fence W ire, liollow-ware,
Empty Petroleum Barrels, Railroad Iron,
BLOOD, WOLFE & CO.'S ALE !
BAS3 ALE, PIO BRAND PORTER.
Best Double-Screened South Wales
FOR SALE UT
a fel5 79
FROM BREMEN !
HAWAIIAN BK. E. C. WYLIE
And cnnsKlin of a l.rf Aortment fl
STAPLE Al FANCY GOODS !
CMtms. Linens, Woolrna and Silks, New Prints,
Vmlm; Sheeting, Cloth, Burksklns, Flannels, Merinos,
Jkc, Ac, Ac.
Ilanilkerchiels, Hosiery, Shirts, Towels, Umbrellas,
Fhawls and Clothing. Blankets. Ac.
Bags and Bs;irg, Canvas. An
I rM r i I
nvoice of Christmas Goods i
TOYS, PERFCMERV. Air.
S A r L E R Y!
CALFSKINS. STATIONERY, Ac.
FROM MTFELD, BERLIN, Vienna Chairs,
Cutlery, Buckets, Tubs, Saucepans, Corrugated Roofing,
Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, Tin Flatea, Tin, Bar Iron,
Yellow MeUl, ripea. Zinc, Lead, Ac.
Kerosene Oil, Camphor, Ac.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE !
DEMIJOHNS AND BASKETS.
Candles. Soap. Sugar, Ac, c, fcc.
IOWJDJEU AiVI SHOT !
lime Rope and Other Cordage,
Printing and Wrapping Paper,
St. Paul's, Bavarian and Lager Beer,
Claret and Rhine Wines, Brandy, Gin, c.
Champagne Ueidsich, Thorean, Etc.
TaJlow Barrels f ire Bricks, Coals, Gambia, Barrels Cement
FOR SALE BV
H. H ACKFELD & CO.
SATURDAY'. MAY 3.
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
New York, April 3, 1879.
II id tor j was made so rapidly daring the grert
war, it will be utterly impoefiible for the present
generation of men to Terifj, reTiew, or do
adequate justice to even a slight portion of the
events which so crowded and overlapped each
other. The beet historical troth comes out of
biographies and autobiographies. These come
on long after the events they are concerned with.
Great generals and statesmen don't tell people
from day to day what their motives are, or what
influences are around them. English history of
the paet century, and of the present even, is
being corrected by such books as GreTille's
Memoirs and Senior's Conversations. The scales
of justice are rarely held evenly when men are
angTy, and irreparable injury is often done where
none was intended. The recent
TRIAL Or CEX. FITZJOHX PORTER
revives tnanj of the old feelings and bitter senti
ments of the war. Ever eince bid conviction and
disgrace by court-martial for bia conduct at the
second battle of Bull Run, Le baa demanded, in
season and oat of season, a re-trial of bis case.
He fortunate! married a ladj with great wealth,
and so ras able to devote himself to the baBinesa
of vindicating himself. The Republican leaders,
immediately after the war, treated bis case as if
it wag simply political. lie was a Democrat and
the friend of McLellan. " We can't and we
won't help him," they said. Grant refused to
interfere, through the influence of the political
ring which controlled him quite too much.
Acting on bia own judgment, he would have
awarded a new trial. By the time Hayes came
into power there bad been a change, a modifica
tion in political sentiment. Hayes was not in
fluenced by the men who held that a vindication
of General Porter would be a condemnation of
the Republican party. So Porter got the order
finally for a re-trial, and the case is now finished,
the report of the court-martial submitted to the
Executive, though its contents are not known.
The evidence submitted by General Porter was
important. On the first trial. Porter vindicated
his conduct by trying to show that be bad acted
on what be believed to be important information
as to the position and movements of the enemy
on the battlefield.. But he bad then no means of
verifying bis beliefs. Now, however, be is able
to offer Confederate testimony as to tho facts,
and the evidence strongly supports him. Officers
of the army tell me that there baa been a great
change in sentiment among army men regarding
bis conduct. Some who were bitterly opposed to
bim have changed their minds. There are several
disturbing elements however in the matter.
Pope was the commanding General at the second
Bull Run. He is bated and despised by the
army generally. McDowell is not loved. The
vindication of Porter is a censure of Pope and a
slur on McDowell. On the recent trial McDow
ell maflfe a sorry figure on the witness stand.
After testifying at great length to the events of a
particular day, he bad to admit on cross-examination
that be bad mistaken the day, and that
what be bad stated bad occurred on the previous
day. He lost his temper and acted very much
like a email boy. On the whole, it seems that
numbers of the Union generals" lost their heads"
on that terrible day. Porter seemed to know
what be was about ; but be bated Pope, and
used intemperate language about bim, as be
naturally would at fiuding a junior officer ap
pointed over bis bead. Whatever be the verdict
of the court-martial, it is clear that Porter will
no longer be considered a traitor. The jealousy
of the army officers towards each other during
tLa vwwas isss. Ik uDjed Btanton, Secre
tary of War, worried Mr. Lincoln day and night,
got into the balls of Congress, and made itself
felt on the battlefield. I have beard many
officers say that if all the officers were hung who
failed to do duty during the war out of jealousy
towards otl er officers, there would be need of
several miles of scaffolds-. I think the feeling
towards McLellan is modifying. He was not a
great man, nor was be a bad man. He com
manded the army when do one knew anything
about war. He trained his men. It was after
we bad learnt what fighting really meant that
Grant came and made war what it really was
wholesale butchery. He said, " If we inu6t fight,
let us fight ; kill until there is nobody to be
killed." So he marched into the wilderness and
left a line of dead men for nearly a hundred
miles, but he called for and left a line of dead
men on the other side equally long. It was
horrible it was butchery but it was war.
When McClcIlan commanded the army such
fighting would not have been tolerated by the
Northern people, so a high military authority
said to me recently.
There is another of the old war matters which
will be discussed again and again in the future.
It is the
HANGING Of MRS. SCRRATT,
as an accomplice in the murder of President
Lincoln. Mr. Bingham, of Ohi.. was counsel
for the Government in the trial of that woman.
General Butler taunted him on the fl or of Con
gress with baring bung an innocent woman.
People do not now believe generally that she was
innocent. I think the lawyers do, those at
least who have read the evidence. There will be
some hot discussions hereafter on this subject.
The people have not cooled off as yet. Wc, the
I Anglo-Saxons, pride ourselves on our system of
extreme protection we give to
those charged with offence?, the safeguards we
throw about those who are tried for life or
liberty. But in the excitement of the Presiden
tial assassination these wise rules were swept
away in a whirlwind of passion. Everybody
clamored for vengeance. Lynch law took pos
session of the Capitol. There were courts of
justice in Washington, but they were said to be
too 6low. It is safe to say that if Mrs. Surratt
bad been tried before the Justices of the Supreme
Court of the United States, all loyal men, 6be
would have been acquitted. They would have
directed a verdict in her favor. There was a
failure of proof. She associated with bad men,
was a rebel, but there was no sufficient evidence,
under our broad, mature system of jurisprudence,
which made her guilty. A court-martial is
composed of men who are not given to the 6tudy
of evidence. They rather have a contempt for it,
and often act as illiterate juries do, in most incom
prehensible and absurd ways. General Hunter,
who presided on this court-martial, was an intense
abolitionist. It unfitted bim for judicial impar
tiality. The Government was frightened ; the
people were frightened. The iressure of these
millions was too great fur this solitary, miserable
woman. They declared ber euiltv of the
of the President a I '
, J j . .
After all tbey were not quite satisfied ;
it meant tbat they bad doubta about ber gu'lt.
President Johnson said be never received the
recommendation to mercy. Some day we may
know the cause of iU failure to reach bim. The
distracted daughter of this innocent woman flung
herself at the barred gates of the White House
and fell on the cold pavement, crying for mercy.
It was denied ber. The assassination was a ter
rible thing. The awful spectacle of a nation
losing its wits and trampling on the methods of
justice was terrible too. Recently a man stated
on bis death-bed, that ou the night of the rrime
Wilkes Booth handed him a sealed package. On
the dav after the murder the Government itro-
i ceeded to arrest wildly in every direction. This
i man, fearing that it would go bard with him in
j case the package should be found with him, cast
j it into the fire. the contents will never be
known. The action of the Government was so
arbitrary and hysterical, it frightened many
people into keeping their mouths shut who had
eeen many things bearing on the case. Dr.
Mudd, who was imprisoned at tho Dry Tortagas
on conviction of conspiracy, has frequently told
the whole story, and has always claimed that the
murder was Booth's own notion, and his alone.
The real facts will probably never be known,
though important matters will come gradually to
light. For the first time since the year 1860,
THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
have control of both bouses of Congress. The
Republicans are dreadfully worried about the
future of the country, and go about asking the
sky, the earth and the air what is to become of
us with Democrats in power. There was much
stiff, bigh-handed legislation done by the Repub
licans during the last eighteen years, and they
have recorded some very distressing and unwel
come precedents for their Democratic successors.
But the Democratic leaders are on the anxious
seat. Can they keep their rank and file within
bounds ? The Herald again insists that there are
to be more Democratic blunders, and therefore
Republican opportunities. The large and grow
ing party of independents in the Northern States
are still sensitive about the old issues. They
can't be scared with tho " bloody shirt" or the
grist of the "outrage mill," they won't sub
mit to any Southern big talk, and will fall back
1UIVJ 1 V AV'UkAV.ULl laUaVO Al ilJVI SJ ID AAA UvU V A l
row. Every move, every act in both houses of
inl A r riA T nit 11 n vnnlra if rtiawA id miinTi Sf O
Congress is now made with a view to the next
Presidency. If a call were made in the Appro
priation bill for a mouee-trap for the cellar of the
Capitol, its political bearing would be well con
sidered. Civil service reform; legislation on the
Chinese and Indian questions, are entirely at the
mercy of the Presidential gamblers. It was
openly confessed by the politicians in Washing
ton that the bill to exclude Chinese emigration
had no standing in justice. The Republicans
said, " We must vote for the law, or we shall lose
California and Oregon." The Democrats said,
" We tiust vote for the law, or we Bhall never
get California or Oregon." It was quite well
understood that the President would veto the bill.
He did so ; then the Republicans said, " Of
course, but Hayes is not a Republican now." In
the next campaign the cards will be so it now
looks quite evenly distributed, and the game
will be won, like a game of whist under similar
circumstances, by good playing. The subject of
fiew to the next
is stillntcresting many people. A convention
was recently held in St. Louis by the " amber
sugarcane" men, and great things were predicted.-
That so many men should gather to talk
nViAiir tliA tna tf At) mo a n IttflA Bin fti la J
doubt much cane will be planted this year, and
the experiment will be thoroughly tried. Aside
from the experiments made in Washington by the
Commissioner of Agriculture, the State Agricul
tural School at Amherst, Mass., has been making
some careful and reliable tests. The conclusion
is that there is too much grape sugar from the
juice of the amber cane, but that a most excel
lent syrup can be made, equal in every way to
that from the sugarcane. If this " amber cane"
excitement holds, and such syrup can be cheaply
produced, equal to the commercial syrup, it will
have a decided bearing on the consumption of
sugar in a few years. Our people ore forced into
economy, and they will substitute syrup for sugar
if it is really good. One thing seems to be quite
certain : that the amber cane docs produce an
article quite superior to that of the old sorghum
plant. I do not say there is anything alarming
in thin, but would suggest that it would bo well
for your people to keep an eye to windward. 1
raised some of this amber cane on my farm in
Virginia last year, and found it co6t no more to
cultivate it tha n to cultivate corn, that is, for
plowing, harrowing, weeding and keeping in
order, about six dollars per acre, with negro
labor at 75 cents per day. I did not grind it,
but it is said to yield in juice like the cane of
Louisiana. W. N. A.
P. S. I rc-open my letter, April 4, to state
that the news has just come in that General
Porter has been
by the court-martial. For sixteen years this
man has been considered a traitor to his country
by the majority of Northern people. lie has
lived on uDder this dark shadow of crime. Tho
children in the school-rooms, learning about the
great war, have been taught to despise him.
Society, as a general rule, has rejected hin. But
his hour has come at last, and his name is unsul
lied. The country would never have done him
justice. He, aided by wealth and supreme per
sonal effort, has done it alone. Under the rules,
he is entitled to over $50,000 back pay. It is
said he will refuse to take it. W. N. A.
THE CARGO OF THE
CLIPPER SHIP LALA ROOKH
NOW ON TIIE WAY FROM
GLASGO W I
UILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE TO ARRIVE !
G. W. MACFARLANE Si CO.
Sugar Machinery Expected
a A1S0 oooo
For Sale to Arrive!
'MIE UNDERSIGNED EXPECT to receive
M the following Machinery from MESSRS. MIRRLKES
TAIT & WATSON, or Glasgow, which they offer for sale to
arrive on favorable terms.
Bark La 11a Rookh,
Sailed January lOih, 1879,
40 Wrought Iron Coolers, 6ft x 5ft, 6in. z 20in. deep,
1 Screw Cutting Lathe, suitable for Plantation use,
1 Janker for Hauling Heavy Logs or 2-wheeled Pole Carrier
for Heavy Weights,
12 Pairs India Rubber Rings for Weston's Centrifugals.
Per Bk Dovenby, sailed Feb. 28. 79
G 600 Imperial Gallon Clariflcrs.
Per Sliip Gov. Goodwin
To Sail in April next.
1 Sugar Mill. Engine aod Gear and Cane and Megas Car
rier fur a 12-Ton Plant say. Mill Rollers, 30 inches
diameter by 5ft 6in. long, with Double Spur Gearing;
Engine, 20in. Cylinder, 4a Stroke.
A lao. Sugar Mill, Engine, Gear Cane Carrier,
Megasa Elevator, Fonr 500-Improved Gallon Clarifiers and
Two Sets of Compound Boilers for an 8 or 10-Ton
Plant Mill Rollers, 2'iin. x 54 in.,
I Pair of Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines k Engine,
AND OTHER VALUABLE MACHINERY I
" C Ul 'I 1 " C lCam ;
X. B.- The underpinned are prepared to furnish ESTI
MATES FOR SCGAR'PLANTS SDd other Machinery, deliv
ered in Honolulu, from the celebrated works of Messrs. Mirrlees,
Tait Ac Wat .oo, Glasgow,
V. L. GREE.V,
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO..
Agents for Mirrlees, Tait it. Watson.
AND CAN IIE
BOLLES 4 CO.
jsl 79 .
FOR SALE Bf,
To the Planters and Foreign Residents.
Chinese Church Building Fund.
VO LU XT A R Y S V BSC RIPTIOXS ARE SO
LICITED ia aid ol Christian Chinese to purchase Und
and build a Church in Honolulu to worship Almighty God in
their own language. The call lor a Church comes from them
selvea. Tied? are invited, to be paid oo or bit. -re he lCth cf Janu
ary, hsO, which wtil be receired by Sir. Joscj h B. Atherion,
the Treasurer, Mr. Gooiim. or Mr. Aseu.
Funds can also be remitted to Bishop A; Co , tankers, lew
accoaut o( Chinese Church Baildirg Food.
JOHN TUOMAS WATER HOCSE.
JGary 1st, 1ST9. d iS em
mOX T RAILS,
(llirrlees, lAlt X Tton Make ;)
MIRRLEES, TAIT & WATSON'S
FOR SALE BY
THEO. H. DAVIES.
JUST RECEIVED !
Per Stmr. City of Sydney,
AMIOT OF CHOKE TOBACCO !
Of the CelebratoJ - Lorillard's Tin Taj " Tlug
and Smoking Tobacco?. Also,
A FULL LINE OF VANITY FAIR SMOKING,
la Tapers, Tin Boxes, Tin Foil and Jars.
A LARGE VARIETY OF VAXITV FAIR
AND OTHER CIGAR RETTES.
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(-.PTIUinG HclVcincl LlffSPS !
j3 These Goods are all of the Best Quality, and can't help
jal IIOLLISTER Jc CO.
XD AS YOU SEE HAVE PROVIDED
myself with one or those
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
which will stand the Baggage Bmashers, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE Of M. McINERNY
Vilierc can be 'found any or
EVEHYTIIIXG II THE TRUE LINE
Among which are
Ladies' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges ;J
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladles' Elegant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladies' Km bossed Zino Saratogas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases,
Ladies' Russia Leather Shopping Valises,
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;
uenl s solid unuie leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunka in all sizes;
Gent's Bound Edge Trunks.
Gent's Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gent's Bridle Leather Vslisos,
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,
rouriBt and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
In 'ict everything in the above line and
at Bed Iiock Prices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT LINE OF
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
PHILADELPHIA ! !
Ever offered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett WeStOIl'S Patent CentrifllgalS I The Celebrate nilV Qfnom Tl
Slippers, and in fact everything in all well appointed Boot and . . " & " VOlCUldiea 1iaKO atOaill Irrl
Shoe Stores. tlatinS & V aCUtim Plimna. flSSnrtnrl omna V,4S- a.
Ail the above lines of Goods will be Sold
at Prices to suit the Times.
Theme Goods are well known here nnd need
no recommendation. Every I'alr
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
It A medicines that vr&a discovered by ol Nnn
Bzbtraxv, who had been occupied in sick rooms and
with the care of iick people, for over fifty years. It
is made purely and entirely of Plants, Ilsrbo
and Boots, end Is exceedingly agreeable and,
pleasant to both the taste and smell, being warm.
Aromatic and spicy. It is a most thorough purge,
cleaning out the bowels without pain, and without
nausea or sickening. It does not weaken, and leaves
the system open and free, never drying up the bowels
afterwards, aa every other purgo that wo know of
does. It can be given to infants and invalids with
safety, and la every case of old or young, it is guaran
teed to cure the worst cases of constipation. Indiges
tion, and all diseases that affect the stomach and
bowels. It is, moreover, a powerful stimulator and
INYIGOR.VVOR OP THE LIVER. Its
effects upon the blood and humors is something real
ly astonishing, and is much more immediate and
thorough than that of any other purifier yet discov
ered, having this great advantage, that when it has,
by its depurating powers, set t sco in the system tho
poisons ot Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Malignant Ulcerous
Bores, and Cancerous gatherings or lumps, it Instant
ly carries them out or the body by purging the bow
sis. No other purifier does this: with all of them
the patient rcast take pills, or some other equally
nauseous dose i-f physic, or If they do not, the poison
remains in the system, and goes back into the blood.
BECTGR'S LIFE SYRUP la exceedingly
pleasant to take, needs no second dose to purge tha
bowels, and does all the work required to effect com
X-k fl Tfc
Jj9Tr V S Ffl.l Tl K ft 1 1 fit
JJWHj O J. CViXL XbUJLLUla
Purely vegetable: for use Jntemallw or vtesliw
Purely vegetable; for nse Internally or externally.
v ares ia one minute, aryitj XrjrltJJ
AGENT FOR the HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
rtH ly er w
A Fins Addition
A M CONSISTS IX PART or:
PALACE, DOWNER'S AND Vft.CAX KEROSENE OIL. SAFELY SAID TO BE TUB
llKSr AND L'RKT I.N MARKKT.
Amoskesg Denims, Bleached & rubleiched l ine Cottons. Langden, L'tica A Ferkln's Bleacbrd A Unbleached Fine Cottons,
Pepnerill 8-4, 10-4 and 11-4 Bleached and Ttihleachcd Sheetii g, Amoskeag, A. C. A , B. and P. Tickings,
Stsrk Blue Drills, Bedford L'nbU-ached Sheet inf,
GORDON, HAMILTON AND PACIFIC PRINTS!!
The G EX CINE PARIS PLOW, and cheaper than evrrj Cut Nails, Sd t60di Cut Spikes, ft, 7 and I !cch
Pressed Spikes, 2 to 4 inch j Horse Nails, 6 and 7s Cold Pressed Nuts and Washers, Machine Bolts,
Hunt's, Crossman's and Boy Handled Axes, Hunt's and Days Hatchets, all styles and numbers; Carpenters' Planes,
Ames', Lanes', Reed's and Dow's Shovels and Spades, Lanes' Planters' Hoes and Best Heavy 6-S Inch Garden Hoes,
Coe'a Wrenches, 6, 8. 10, 12. 1, 18 and 21 inch; Cane Knivts. best quality; Trace Chaina, T and Strap Hicges, Anvils.
Carpenters Planes, l'lantern' Hoe, Axe. O-o, Pick and SUdge Handles, Pust Hole Diggers, Cnlon Scales, Platfcra Scales.
Grindstones, from 60 to 300 pounds, hst quality; Borea Cast Ateel. octagon and square, 6-8. 1 and 1 Inchi
Steam Parking, Asbestos and India Rubber; ltet-t H.-op Tacking, Rabbet Metal, ke.
Ceiitrihiaal Plates, 14, 12 & 10 iiicli, Weston's,
HORSE AND Ml'LE COLLARS. WOOD STIRRl'PS. ETC.
Sugar forH. tireen Pa, Contlrnsrd Milk, MrMorra)' Oysters, out and two roand; fn Startb, If., kt.
jMow Coxi.esi1s3a.AA3.cxxt of tlio
Celebrated Cralir. Barbed Fence Wire !
O Planter and others are now finding out that a single aire even of this style In their common wire fences '
makes a sure protection against rattle.
A FEW PARLOR ORGANS, TO BE SOLD CHEAP !
A Few Chestnut Bed-room Set?, complete;
Blake's Steam, Irrigalinj & Vacuum Tumps, I eschj CufTee llullcr k Separator, Just the thing for lit CoflVe Planter. t
PALACE OIL, PALACE OIL, PALACI KE1SB1 OIL (
WATEE "WHITE ! !
And pronounced by Dr. StangenwalJ ' A VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLE, and the Safenl Speci
men of Kerosene Oil that has been sent to him for Examination." Flashing Test. 129.2 F.: and Burning-.
IT IP A ITS
TO PLANTERS, MILL OWNERS & OTHERS,
V Fine Stools: to Select from and J3ongrlit nt Bot
tom Kates in ICngrlantl, New York,
and San Francisco, lyy
CASTLE Sc COOKIE:
PARIS PLOWS, genuine improved, heavy, at lower rates than ever offered,
STEEL MOLINE PLOWS, 121416, " " -
STEEL MOLINE GANG PLOWS, at small advance above Cost,
STEEL HORSE PLOWS, XI, XO, XOO, 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 PICK MATTOCKS,
mini's, coinn's & Crossmann'a Handled Axea; Hunt's and Days' Axe Pattern Hatchets. Ns. 1 2: Shlnllr,f dot
O-os. American make, beet Cast 8lecl and heavy; Ames, Reed's, Sanderson's and Dorr's It 'd T't f horria hpades
Cane Knives, Disston'a make, improved styles to order; Canal Barrows, Wheel Harrows
Collars b Ilnmes, Ox Yokes, Ox Bows, If in., 2 In., Wood at Ironj
Ox Chains; Trace Chains; Topsail Sheet Chains; Hoop Iron, Nos. 10, I k 1 1 1
Ata'td Round ft Flat Iron; Axe, Pick, Oo, Bledge. Hammer and Ads Handles;
FILES a lull assortment for Machinist use; Nails, Wrought ft Cut, all slses; Cut Spikes;
Bieara Packing, Asbesto's Pitcking and Hemp Packing; Fence Wire, Block, Annealed, Tarred ft OaUanifcd;
THE CELEBRATED BARBED STEEL PENCE WIRE !
A dispatch from Manufacturer says: "We are selling: at the rate of 80 tons Daily "
Which means 160 Miles of 3 Wires!
Steel Barbs f..r the ordinary Nos. 5 ft 6 Fence Wire; Anvils, Stephen's Vices; Cooper's Vices, Jte..
' ATVL 'are 8"0rtroen, f Paint V"n""' U0' Burkina.. Wbtt. W..5,
FAIRBAXK'S PLATFORM SCALES, FROM 4 00 TO 3,000 LHS.,
ENGLISH FINE SADDLES,
Saddle Trees, H.lra.rlhs, Bd., BuUs.A..
Legal Cap, Bill, Letter ft Fools Cap, Note Fapera, Pens, Inks, Envelopes, Time Books, pencil,., ftp ,
AMERICAN WHITE FLANXELS, FINE MEDIUM AXDSILK WARP.
Raw ft Reanod Sugars Sardines, Oysters, Salmon, Soap, Hawaiian. Engli.h ft American make Suwrlor ),,:,.
Warranted Pure Fnll Weight Candles, California Canned Fruits. Assorted; Carta. I ' U'"rl"r ",lc"'
Cream Tartar, Nutmeg, Burnet's Extracts, Blacking, Worcestershire SauceAc , " 'c
x-s ouiuo Uf ab UULIULU. XUlCH,
Parlor Organs, several styles; Kerosene Oils Down.
ers, Vulcan and Devoes,
rantee, equal to any
BIESW EES I
J. ISTOTT & CO.,
niVE JrST RECEIVED EX. LATE ARRIVALS,
STOVES & RANGES
The Mcst Complete Assortment,
LARGEST RANGE OF PRICES!
TO BE FOUND IN
TIN & JAPANNED WARE,
Pumps, a large assortment; Kitchen Siuks, Door Sluts,
ciaw cutters. House Water Closets and Cast Iron Soil or
"pes, iara uroom. tftencil. Marking, Dust and
hisk Brushes. Nests Wonilpn Jk niM t.,i.. s, i,.i
Onrden Bakes, Tin Ware, Jspanned Ware, a full ssortm't;
- -..io. uuws. uiuci s lemeDis rianter s Hoes,
.oose Neck Hoes, 5-8 shanks; Pickj - Pick Ac Hoe Handles,
l.'orse and Mule Collars, Trace Chains,
l... IT.: it i - . .
niiie.irccs.urtnusiones monnieil on frames
Ames' Shovels, Spades, assorted; Plantation UeKs,
Trash. Iiay and Manure Forkes.
"sij PLOWS. Steel and Iron,
Cultivators, Knox's Horse Hoer, Hinge &. Rotary Harrows,
fan-bank a Platlorm and Counter Scales, Boring Machines.
Iron Axles for Ox Carts. 2 to 3 inches;
Hubs, Pellows and Spokes, aborted siz-s; Stocks and Dies,
S-f". Sock' "ed; Sash Weights. Portable Forges,
W heel Barrows, Lawn Mowers, Disslon's Files,
Cylinder and Thermometer Churns, Kerosene Stoves Tin
ned Tacks. 8 to 24 os.; Chopping Trays, Hunt's and Crr-ss-man
s Handle Axes an 1 llatcl.eia. v,r Mti..L. i f...
J?' o-,Adies, Broad Hatchets. Grub Ho. , llide'roll-r. Ilav
C""'ZA 8craP". F'nce W ire. ci.ed and ann, ute all
vanned Corrugated Koofing, Galvanized W.ter Pipe.', to 2 in
& 8htet C'J,,,"-r' l. "- .,
Sheet Z nc.
SI'ECI A L. Hating a force of Workman employed
we are prepared to do work in '
TIX. COPPKR ! SHEET IKO.V.
At low. st pos,Hde rates. Partirs in need of work done in this
line, will do well H give u a call. We iliali l,e pi,,! to
give Estimates on W.;rfc and Uuirantee it to stand the test nt
Stram or sTcnas.
FROf.1 WE17 VOim
to their Stock of
CASTLE & COOKE.
TT0 IHLIE ADD !
ON EASTERN PRICES.
at lowest rates. & war
in tho Market.
The Challenge Standard
'T'LEP W SELK-RKG ULATIXQ wixn.
coejpst lvuD-am Mff jjf use
We are the ONLY Manufacturers in the World of
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
For PJr. custom
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT PAIRS
A aid Practical Tests.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
For Irrigation and Fnnplng Water fsr
Stork Farms or Family rs.
vj'n"' on ap.
For further particulars, apply to
JAMES S. LEMOX,
Wafer Tight Boots,
LYAfH S BOOT i SHOE FACTORY,
Orders from the oiIim. t.i i.
eecuted. mM tt