The Populace In the Hotel dc TIIIc
ThTIoixlon Times correspondent says : " As
2 to bornrinj off from the Chamber to the Ho
tel'de Title to hear the RepoUic proclaimed
there, French gentleman asked me to give him
" x sa.l in xnj cab. as he could not find his own.
He was, 18710011617 forme. onetf XI. Gambetta's
fneedi, and to show hU grattitnile for the ride,
be gat an admission with M. Gambetta into the
Betel de VHle among the first who entered it.
As we almost barst in through one of the side
eatnaees; everybody keeping his legs, in the gen
eral rash forward with no little difficulty, we end
diwjfy feae-J ocrstires confronted by an officer
aad a tmmfauj of the Hne. Thi situation looked
decMeJty erWcal.' It was highly probable that
tbe fSeer-ln the general confusion of the day,
bad bo orders to admit M. Gambetta, and had
tie zaBury ittHlBCt been very strong in him be
cerlmalj bad men and Cbassepots enough to
zaake" the entry difficult, to say the least. Hap
pHy be was a poKUcten as well as a soldier, and
be warmly welcomed the representative of the
sew GoverBtaeot, who in return kissed him on
btl cheek's, and declared him. .(as I understood)
a mMht f the Republic. The officer was kiss
ed by.xs many as coaldst the moment get at him,
zsi Utee a rah was made upstairs to the princi
pal i-eem. M. Jnles Favre shortly made his ap
earaaee, abd I aa toW that be proclaimed the
rafnMK.wbtei) was shortly afterward proclaimed
aaaia Imm tbe balcony below to the immense
UstMg wbe pssHirely flooded with a sea of faces
tbe open space ia front of the Hotel de Ville.)
Ml Mt MM word dHl I bear of what he raid,
7f iushaoritiaMo oanfusion and noise occasion
ed by ererybodyjostMog to get near the speaker,
every one else to keep quiet
safe Mm perfectly inaudible. A singular inci
-ieat at feet stepjied his speech. Immediately
above Us bead, behind him, was n portrait larger
the M ef Ibe Emperor on horseback ; a forest
ef eNeebed fists, furiously outstretched towards
H, ra-fc tbe orator at last comprehend that his
aadieaoe wosH sot tolerate the portrait. Xo-
boiy teemed at first to know what to. do with it,
cstH a setdier actively climbing op, succeeded
wMi a eootrade's help, in banging a curtain, torn
from ose of the windows, completely over it.
Tins feKciUms compromise was loudly applauded
by saaf ef tb asdieoce, but it did nut satisfy all.
Co seooer bad M. Jute Favre left the room than
,a Oue Katwwal clambered up and bean with
In bayveet fsriossly stabbing away at the Kra
pefW, coreMir selecting the vital parts. Anoth
er Grd jewed bis, and together they contriv
ed, Lltiulatud by the cries of the crowd below, to
6eMMy tbe picture and frame entirely, throwing
dvsrti ibe fragneets of canvas and" cuilt, fur
wUeb a scramWe, almost ferocious in its eager
sets, weat oo until sot a scrap was left. A bust
ef tbe Baftress narrowly escaped a similar fate,
bat. dawks to the exertions of a few sensible
aai eorageous aen, the compromise was accept
ed Much was refused in tbe coso of the Emper
or's jarmit, ad tbe bust was carefully covered
a aa. Bat lor this childish Valdalism, which, 1 am
corrj to say, bw been extended to the streets,
aot even tbe smallest medallion of the Emperor
or Bwprcca being allowed to remain above a shop
IrooC'&eiMng oo-oW have been better than the
biaawsir of tbe people in tbe Hotel de Ville.
Tber asaay ef tbem belonged to the lowest class,
ana to wbom a bit of gilt or velvet, even il it
f-etebeJ bat a few sous, was a temptation ; they
went ia tbe wildest state of excitement, nil full
ef rage agttest their recent ruler and yet they at
teaaated &ekber to plunder nor destroy. They
4a tbe b&a-fcose rooms of tbe Hotel de Ville
at ttiek sercr, and it was amusing to see gamins
ef tbe lowest etoss lounging ostentatiously in the
lexariaBt attitudes upon cushions 6oft
fsf aa Empress' head. I saw one boy
reamving tbe cover of one splendid sofa
be bad selected, as If resolved to make the most
of bis.aawoatODed magnificence. You will hoar
irom ethers about the political temper of the
people, aed tbair uashaken faith in their invinci
hilar aad power 'to eat up' I'rcssia, now that
tbey bare a Republic. Perhaps the most mar
TebjBS aad one of the finest features in to-day's
exbWtfiu was the absence of despondency.
Tbey eeW scarcely have been more cheerful and
uauBlnt if it bad been Prussia that had just lost
a decisive battle, and her army of 80,000 prison
ers. My belief is tbat they are prepared to fight.
hoping to overwhelm Prussia by sheer force of
aaatbert, aed when one thinks how powerless. In
these days of arms of precision, would be the
bravest army of raw recruits against such disci-
pfcae aad organization of Prussia, one can only
hope lbt Huropean diplomacy will not look calm
ly on at tbe frightful massacre tbat mast result
Iron this prolongation of the war'
A. ranhlonattlc Wedding:.
BT XOSK SKIN NEK.
Me. Bonos : Fashionable circles are at pres
ent Is a flutter of excitement over the approach.
tag Btarri&ge of Miss Uortetise Juliana O'Brein-
Eq, tbe eminent onion vender, anil tho Hon
Setoaun Isaacs, of the enterprising firm of Isa
acs Seefarth, the great casloff clothing house
on Salem street. Tbe marriage wilt probably
take place as soon as Mr. Isaacs can negotiate
for a loan of money of sufficient dimensions to
pacify Ibe clergyman. The bride's trousseau ex
ceeds say thing of the kind ever wom in the
TlaRed States or Chelsea, and tho bridegrom will
be get up perfectly regardless of his creditors,
with a boqnet of artificial flowers in his button
bole, aad an unreceipted taylor'e bill in his Ieft
2iand rest-pocket. There will be a splendid as
sortment of groomsmen, and no end of grooms
iroaeo, to say nothing of carriage grooms.
Tbe ceremony will be performed at the church
of tbe Maculate Reception, tbe pews cf which
wiH be taken out to accomodate the immenso
train of the bride's wedding gown, which is the
Isagest train ever manufactured. It is longer
than a baggage tram with a passenger caf attach
ed, or G. F. Train on woman's rights.
This immense train will be supported by an
enormous bustle larger than the bostle ol the
Upon reaching tbe church the bridal party will
pair off according to agreement, and tbe bride
will advance fearlessly np tbe aisle with an ex
pression that means business, leaning upon the
coat sleeve of her groom. She will exhibit no
espeebj emotion until she reaches pew Ko. 73,
when a beautiful blush will steal over her alabos.
ter brow and finally fetch up on her right cheek,
There it will remain during the ceremony.
Tbe bridegroom will wear bis Sunday clothes,
and bat received private instructions' to hold up
tij bead ssd look as well as ho can.
Tbe bride's father will give her away with the
most undisguised generosity, and the bride
gTOon'a mother will inwardly resolve to make it
ts ca comfortable for her as possible. Tho res
ponses will be wispered into the ear of tho min
ister, to prevent disturbing the listeners, who are
requested to remain seated daring the ceremony
sad aa teach longer as they see fit, using smelling
salu as often cs they can afford to. Tbe chorea !
will be gorgeously decorated with artificial flow
ers, filling the air with a rare and delicate per
fume, and any person indulging in more than two
smells will be considered decidedly swinish in
their origin. The flowers will afterwards be sold
to fee the ushers.
At the conclusion of the ceremony the choir
will sing "Tell me dearest how do'vou. feel?" to
be followed by a sparkling dirge upon a brass
dram stationed at the back door. Tbe bride will
sweep out of tbe church with a haughty air, anil
enter tbe hack, after which the bridegroom will
put on his every-day clothes and go to work as
though nothing bad happened.
Tbey have been looking at an assortment, of
bridal tours with the intention of taking one, bat
even the smallest-sized one costs a good deal.
Don't say. anything about this for the world, for
it-wa3- told me in confidence by a party who
promised-not to tell. Of course I don't care who
knows it, if they only keep it to themselves.
It is not generally known that the Rev. The-1
ophilu3 Ttiingamy, who performs this ceremony
is in failing health, attributed to bis arduous
labors in preaching two sermons a month and
calling assiduously on tbe wealthy members of
his congregation In consideration of this fact
his congregation have mads him a new year's
gift of 2,000 to enable him to go to Europe,
He was much overcome when the presentation
.was made, he having known of it only forty.
eight hours. He wept as much , as three quarts
and apint-jof tears'. Almost., a gallon, you per
ceive. Boston True Flag.
The Special Telegram Ilumhug;.
iiinclilmUo gives tbe following account of the
battle cfdnn, which It has received bj cable from
"lt fpeclal correspondent." The account Is quite
as trustworthy as some othere which have been
foisted upon the pnbllcr i .
It was a etlll, calm night, tbe glorious moon was
sailing through the fky; tbe river was rnnnln;
water; tbe clouds were cloudy; Ibe soldiers were
soldiering. I stepped out of mv.tent and stumbled
over Von Moltke. lie took my-arm and Invited me
to the tent of the Crown Prlni-e.
"lloltj," said I, " what's your little game J"
'Penny ante," replied he. , ,
" Tnt Hen," added I.
" You dre a French spy. Ha ! ha !" said he, grasp
ing my collar. "Ho! bo!"
"Dot itfigoot," added L
"Tbcn you're Dutch," sighed he, dropping me
like a pair of hut tongs. , ,, .
In the tent we found tbe King, the Crown Prince,
Gen. Stelnmetz, Gen, Sberidau, aud Gen. Fonsylb.
"Molty," said I, "Introduce me to tbe King."
"Bill," said be, "this Is Jenklus."
i Bill held out his foot aud Iitook a,euck.at.his
grcat'toeV. . 4 Z.7'J
Tbcn we went at tbe game Bill Is pretty good at
It, but ttien be doesn't etaud ny cbauce betide Mol
ly. The Crown Prince lost at least fourteen cents,
and, just as be Lad a splendid opportunity- to .re
trieve bis losses, iiutamc an aide, who announced
that tbe French had sqnatted.
" Where?" cried Von Moltke.
"At Sedan," replied tbe aide.
" I knew It," said Molty. " Bill, I told you they
had no horses for a regular carriage."
Tbcu we went out. Hie King Invited me to elt
In bis carriage with Molty and Sheridan. We reach
ed the scene of war.
Thcmoon shone; tbe mountains were mountain
ous; tbe trees were treey, and tbe sort September
breeze was breezy. Bismarck came up aud asked
tbe King to let him cut behind.
'Bis," said I, "take my 6eat; I'll take a trip to
the French camp."
So I tripped over to the French camp, and found
things somen bat mixed. The moon shone: .Stead
ily the Prussian troops advanced;, and witb a hero
ism worthy of a better cause, tbe French retreated.
The frapcror wanted to die In the rear of hie men.
" Nap," said 1, " j ou'd better get up sud get, tbe
Prussians arc coming."
" Jenkins," said be, " kiss me for my mother, I'm
" Why dld'nt you have more cheesepots f" said I.
"I'll surrender," said be, "get out a white flag,1'
So I took one of Eugenie's old pocket-handker
chiefs which I found In the tent, stuck it ou the end
of the sabre of the nephew of bis uncle, put Nap In
tbe carriage, jumped in myself, and drove to tbe
Prussian .camp. Tbe moon shone; all .nature smil
ed; the rivers were rivery; the Sedans were chairy.
"Nap," said Bill, "is tbe game up?"
"BUI," said Nap, "you'Te scored the game. I'
leave my old clothes to the Kegeut. I hope 6he'Il
like the breeches."
Then he treated to cigarettes, and we all went
back to our game of penny ante. Nap wouldn't
join us. lie said he'd just been playing a game
with crowns ante and be was busted. We'd hardly
got tbe cards dealt, when Bill turned, to Bis aud ask
ed, " I say, Bis, won't you run ovcr'and telegraph to
tbe old woman something about our Fritz?"
"Let Jenkins go," Bald Bis.
Of course I assented to the proposition.
" 'LWhere the devil Is Fritz?" said Bill.; ; ? t
"Oh, he's been sleeping for the last two hours,"
" Never mind," said BUI, " telegraph a victory by
So I telegraphed: "A great victory has been
won by our Fritz. 'Wbatgrcat things bave'we done
lor ourselves 1 We'll keep It up, old woman.
When I reached the tent everybopy was asleep.
Nap was reclining gracefully en tbe breast of Bis
marck, as affectionately as If tbey were brothers-in-
law. The moon shone; tbe sky was skyey; tbe
hills were billy; and all nature was getting up.
Anybody who (-ays tbe above did not come over
tbe cable lies, wlcktdly, maliciously lies, with Intent
to deceive' As soon as Jack Smith's smack sails,
I'll send you a piece of the cable it came over.
Gambetta it Tours. M. Gambetta Issues a pro
clamation to th people of the departments After
reviewing the position at Paris, and showing the I
preparations made by the Government for months to j
maintain themselves, hesjys: "The situation iin-
poseimpoo us great duties. First of all, It is for
you to cease to be diverted by any proclamation
which may not be the war-combat aoulrance. The
second is, until peace comes, to accept fraternally
tbe authority of tbe Republic a power proceeding
from necessity and right, .and a power which would
not exist a moment were it exercised for profit or
any ambitiun. There is but one passion, but one
thought, to rescue France from tbe abyss into which
monaichy has plunged her. This makes the Repub
lic which has been well founded, and which affords
(belter to the conspirators and srcactlonist. So,
therefore, I have to demand of you, abandoning
other affairs, and, without taking account of the
difficulties and the obstacles which are to be over
come, to co-operate with all your unrestrained ener
gies, In remedying the evils of the situation.
The time Is short in which to supply the actual
force all it lias lost by delay. Men are nut wanting;
delay it Is which has wrought defeat. Now come
resolution and decision ; and it is in the execution of
these projects tbat the Republic makes an appeal to
the confederation of alL This government takes
upon Itself the duty of utilizing all yonr courage,
of employing all yonr capacity. It Is as a tradition
to arm our young leaders. While we do this the
heavens will cease to favor onr adversaries. Tbe
rains of autumn will come, and lingering around the
capita), tbe Prussians far from their home, alarmed,
barras&cd by our armed population, will be decimal
ed by our arms. By fact and by nature It Is not
possible tbat tbe genius of France shall be clouded
forever; tbat a great nation will allow itself to make
a peace nnderlbe domination of 00,000 men. Let
os then rise open nuuw and let us die rather thin
submit disgracefully to dismemberment. Through
all our ditaetcis, and under the stroke of ill fortune,
there remains for us tbe settlement of the unity of
France and the indivisibility or the Republic Paris
asserts again, and most gloriously, tbat immortal
motto which 'also calls upon all France: TivtlaSa-
tlon I Tire la HepvUlqut InderiiiUe.
The French prisoners in Germany received the
sews of Napoleon's dethronement with great glee.
C. BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE!
Xlie folio-wins' Vessels en route
AMERICAN SHIP CEYLON
AMERICAN BARK NABOB!
milESE CARGOES consist of the usual
, Cumberland Coal,.
.r . iir
" r:... '. -
FURNITURE & GLASSWARE,
Pine Barrel Shooks.
Sugar Kee Shooks,
Oil Cask Shooks,
Hoop Iron, Fence Wire,
v j ,Bar, Iron, Woodenware,
VARIOUS OTHER ARTICLES!
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION".
I HAS JUST RECEIVED
Martell's and Ilenesy's Pale Brandy in casks.
Duff Gordon and Yriarte's Sup'r Pale Sherry,
Ca;cs Orange Bitters, Cases Angostnra Bitters,
Cnte! of Quinine Wine Bitters,
Bass's Ale in pints and quarts,
Jeffrey's Ale and Porter in pints and quarts.
Ex Other Late Arrivals,
Qenncssy's and Martell's Best Pale Brandy in
Martell's and other brands of Brandy in cases,
Pale Sherry in cases, Rninart. rere et fil. and
Hcidiick's Champagne, Fine Claret. Sauterne,
- Muscat, jloeubeiu.er, Lteufraurnilcbf ' -Johannisberger,
Port and different
Varieties of Cala. Wines,
Hostetter't Drake's Plantation, Forest Wine,
Leslie a and other BUtcrs, Maraschino, Duppell
uummeu, benera in cases and Bassets,
Ind Coop Pale Ale,
Tcnnant's, Byass', Barclay i. Perkins, and
Guinne!s'"Porter, Vermouth, Ess. of Ginger,
-Essence of Peppermint, Absinthe, Bourbon,
Scutch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica Rum, Ac.
Has Received per Bark "R. C. Wylie,"
Due de Montebello's Champagne, ia pints and
Clarets of various qualities.
Red and White BargnndjT, pints and quarts.
Kudesheimer, Marcobronner, Johannisberg, qts.
Sparkling Hock and Moselle, in Pints.
French Sherry and Port.
Cases of Irish and Scotch Whisky, Cnracso.
Orange Bitters. Angostura Bitters, Anisette.
Koyau, Port, Pale Brandy,
Casks old Madeira.
Gold and Pale Sherry.
Jamaica and other descriptions of Bum.
Cases India Pale Ale. pints and quarts.
Sparkling Ale in jugs.
Barclay A Perkins's Porter, pints and quarts.
Cases of Gin.
Very nearly the whole of the above-named roods
are directly from Agents' hands, can be safely recom
mended, ana mil De sold at very low rates, by
SWm GODFREY RHODES.
Sugar Plantation for Lease !
At Iloiiolpu, Disurlct of Kobala.
AT a reasonable price nod terms. Fifty
seres under cane witbmore land around it St (or
growing.with Mill. Cattle, Carts, Sorghnm-pan, and
every requisil. to carry on growing and grinding
cane. The Mill is driven bv horse-cower. For par
ticulars, apply to H. ChrisUnren. nonoipu, or to
JOUX THOMAS WATERHOUSE.
"ftTO. 1 COOLIE RICE llTaj- on hand
and lor sals bv
WALKI2 t XLLET, Agints
THOS. C. THRUM'S
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISED having purchased the interest
of Jlenn. BLACK & AULD in tbe Stationery, News
and Periodical Butiness, will continue tbe tame and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap. Legal-cap, Letter,
Xote and Billet, and Harpers' Envelope,
Account-current and Bill Paper,
, Cloth-lined, Vellum, White, Bine,
Bun" and Canary Enrelopes,
Black, Copying and Writing, Violet, Blue,
Carmine and Sympatbetio Inks, Pens and
Holders, Inkstands i Pencils in rariety.
Tiles tap and letter siie. Letter Clip's
Paper Fasteners, Rubbir, Eraser, Balers,
Penrtcks, lied Tape, Rubber Bands,
Sealing Wax, Notarial Seals, Ac.
Illank Hooks, Leaders, Journuls,
Viji Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
Scrap, Log. Receipt and 'ote Books,
Penn's Letter Books, wilh ink,
Press Copying Books,
Drawing Paper, Blotting Paper and Boards,
Bristol Boards, Water Colors, Dominoes,
Chess and Backgammon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper, ic.
To tho abore, with a large Supply of
AMERICAN t ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY MAIL
will shortly te expected, a full and complete ass't o
TABLE Sc POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tlio C lx- onJUvtl ti s Xai'tox'rtx-y
Wilt contain Standard Works of Fiction, and
Sew Books will be added by every Steamer.
J. F. Smith's, Dickens', Bulwers, D'lsraell's,
Eugene Sue's Wilkie Collins', Marryatt's,
iliie Braddon's, Mrs. Henry Wood's,
Mrs. Ellen Wood's, Miss Mulbach',Tbaekaray'a,
Mrs. Grey's Victor lingo's, T. S. Arthur's,
Pierce Eagan's, and others are now on hand.
S2f- BY THE NEXT STEAMER will be added
Anthony Tr Hope's, Amelia B. Edwards',
Annie Thomaa', Mrs. Olipbant's, Geo, Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Chas. Lever's, Miss Mullock's
Chas. Read's, and Mrs. Snuthworth's, together
with all the Latest Novels.
Engraving, Caligraphy, Stencil Catting & Copying,
will still be attended to.
Thankful for past favors, the advertiser hopes, by
strict attention to business and the wants of bis pat
rons, to meet with a continuance of the same.
S3 All orders from the Country and the other
Islands; promptly attended'to, at tbe lowest rates.
Honolulu, Sept,-271b, 1870. 37-6m -,
Just Received ex lolani
Itj-nm! JMKlit Card '
V AND FOB SALE Br
casxi.i: t cookh.
Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash !
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Entire Hardware Stock !
J. W. Wl DDI FIELD,
IVnnlfl Cull tile Attention of
PLAXTEIIS, MERCIIAXTS & MEqiAXICS
T.O THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
TVELL SELECTED HAEDWAEE!
For the Wants of (he Island, Trade.
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE ME A CALL!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
AFitANY TUIXGS WILL BE SOLD
Not Only xxt- Cost,
BUT IX MANY INSTANCES,
GREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MAKE ROOM
FOR A LARGE k VARIED ASSORTMENT
Agricultural and Other Implements,
Oomlnc; from' the i:at.
The Usual Discount Made, to the Trade!
33J Orders from the other Islands respectfully
solicited, promptly attended to and filled with care.
tST No Connection with the Firm across the War.
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
JUST RECEIVED !
And For Salo ty
HENRY I. NOLTE,
Cor. Queen It. Nuuanu Streets,
Direct from the Manufacturers!
EX HAWAIIAN BARK "R. C. WYLIE,"
1li.o JTMti cart Asa ortmont
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Ever Imparted Into this Market,
HE OFFERS AT REASONABLE RATES.
Per Bark Stirling, from New York!
Oflfl CASES KEROSENE Oil,- .
OUU 7S eases Fresh Ping Tobacco, J.
For sale at reasonable rates, at '
38-lm F. A. SCHAEFER A CO'S.
CALIFORNIA RED BRICK, reeeired per
''Via. Murray," aad far sale br
- ' BOLLES & CO.
THEOD. C. HEUGK
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLIE
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EXPEESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
ENCLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods
Clnthinir and Hosiery.'
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
Saddlery, Groceries, ;
I'alntH and Oils,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER,
qts k pts Deetjen i Schrooder's Star brand,
Best French Clarets aud Brandy,
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin,
in cases and n bnlk,
Sparlflinpr Iloclr, In quarts and pints,
Port lTJite, Home Mnlt Extract,
Ladies' and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of the best male and manufacture.
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of the newest pattern, and unsurpassed in bril
liancy of tone,
Three Largo Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safes,
A Variety of Other Articles,
Too Ncmerons to Mention,
Suitable for Town and Country Trade
JK3 For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
0 30. Hand!
jyj-cMMtllAY'S Fresh Oysters,
No. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddy,
Manila Rope 1, 1, 1 and 3 Inches.
Uarana Cigars the best in the market,
Swiss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil ; Century k Foreit, Rose Tobacco
Kew Styles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
dents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ac, Ac,
For Sale Cheap,
at the Store of
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FAIili TRADE 18TO
Best A 1 Hawaiian
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
The abore Beef U packed by an experienced
Butcher, cured in Liverpool Salt, and packed in
Turk's Island Salt. Tbe best referrgcee can be
giren. For sale in quantities to suit by
THEOD. C. HEOCK,
Honolulu, Sept. 14th, 1ST0. 35-Bra
AND FOB SALE BY
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BARBELS 'COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON,
Barrels Backs Columbia River Saloon,
Hi Barrels Columbia Hirer Salmon,
Hf Barrets Saloon Bellies
31-2ttO Kits Salmon Bellle.
Pro Bono Publico !"
1, 8, Ml
AND Df TRANSIT,
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Complete Black Dress and Walking Suits,
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A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
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Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DAVIES & CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Shirts'
Styled Davics i Jones, in all grades.
OvcrhIrts! OTcrsliirts ! vemlilrtfi
ia Grey Flannel. Diagonal,
Printed and Crimean,
ALL OF THESE GOODS
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES!
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery
For Gontj', Ladles and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENGLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS
Yankee IVotioxisi !
Boots cfc Slioos!
Boots and Shoes, .
Boots & Shoes,
" DIRECT FR03I THE MANUFACTURERS.
At the Tery lowest possible l'rlce,
By tbe original package.
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO,,
15-tf " . ' Makee's Block.
BQL.LES & CO.
HAVE- JUST RECEIVED
FL. O. WYLIE,
BY OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
A Flno Assortment of
vriiicn WILL BE SOLD
On the Most Reasonable Terms.
A 31 E It I C AN" JI E 8 S IJEEF & Prime Pork,
jCX in uond. oreatcby
33 BOLLES A CO.
TEST r.NCr.ISH Pnrtlnml Ci-mpnl.
jD fust arrived ncr Bark R. C. WVLIE, and for
sale by .
39 - UOLLE5 A CO
T)I-ACK PAINT, reeeired per R. C. Vr'TLLE,
jus anil lor sale by
38 BOLLES A CO
TTE.MP COUI)AGE,-sises.froin 2 to 7 inch
JL Also Housline, Marline, Wormllne, Selling,
Sfon-jirn, Ac, last received perR. C.-IVYLIE. and
for sale by i
39 1JOLLK3 A CO,
p.VItnELS COAL TAIl.-perR. C. WYLIE,
and for sale by
BOLLES A CO.
BEST GOLDEN GATE Familr Flour,
Baker's Extra, and Superfine Flour, reeeired
per COMET, and for sale by
38 BOLLES A CO,
CtllAIN CABLES, sizes from to 1 inch,
J received per R. C. WYLIE. '
and for sale by (38) BOLLES A CO.
CALIFORNIA LI31E,' 500 barrels, just re
eeired fresh from the Kiln.
and for sale by (S3) . BOLLES A CO.
Beat Arbroath Flax Canras.
for sale by (12) BOLLES A CO.
TITcJl OURAY'S OYSTEKS,-in 1 and 2 lb.
J.VJL cans. For sale by
33 B0LLE3 A CO.
RED IHtlCK , a few thousand of the Tery bes
quality, juit reeeired bv the COMET, and rr
3S BOLLES A CO.
Ifift TONS Bc!" Quality Philo. Coal,
ttUU ex Bark STERLING, Capt. Harding.
For sale by. '
35 . noLT.Ea a r.n.
For Sale !
BEST WALL8END STEAM nOUSE COAL,
Also a lot of second band Fire Bricks. Amir to
April 26th, 1870. 15-tf W. L. GREEN:
For Rent or Lease.
MTIIAT VERY Desirable Residence,
No. 10$ Nuuanu Street. Apply to
i' JAMES S. LEMON.
For Sale !
TnE -LAND OP AUAUKEA, NORTH KONA,
Hawaii, near to Eailua. Alio tbe large Sojrar
Land of Uakalas Hilo Hawaii. Alto an extensile
Cattle Ranch on HawaiiL For particulars apply to
April 26tbr18?0 15-tf W. h. GREEN.
ALAGE PLATE IRON STEAM JACKET
PanTl5 feel x S felt'x 2 feet. Apply td
April 25ti, 1870. 15-tf W. . GRESXr '
ill i CO.
F. A. SCHAEFER 4 GO,
HATE JUST RECEIVED PEE
Hawaiiai Bark 1. C. WYUE,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
FOR THIS MARKET!
English, German & French
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS,
" Clothing, Hosiery, Hardware,
GERMAN LAGER BEERxc ALE.
Rhine IVluc, 1'rench jYlar,
i ! Kkerry sad Port,
French Cognac & Holland Gin',-
IIei($ick& Co's Chaapagnr,
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc
ALL OF WHICH THEY OFFER
For Sale at the most Reasonable Rates
Ft. EHAIL !
CASTJLE & COOKE. t
Consisting ia Part of
Finest White alt Wool 4-4 Flannel.
FinestWhUe altWMl A Angela WnitaFlaasalf,
Gtwd Grey ami White at! WmI
Flannels, 10x4 IHeaehed Sheeting.
Thorn psun's Glote-FHtln; Corsets,
Amoskeig Denims, Jeaoi, Drills and
BleacheU and Unbleaebcd Cottons.
A Sup'r ass't of Stationery,
Water Lined Note Paper.
White Huled Note Paper.
White Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter andRHl Paper,
White, 'Cuff and Amber, and Letter adS'ot
Payson's Indelible. aad Carter' Cepjlnjlnt,
Artist' A Uoefc-keepers' Flexible, Kofets.
Bmitb A Wesson's Pistols a Cartridges,
Hair Girths, Stirrnps a Leathers,
Spanish Trees, Groupers and Bridies,
Oak Belting, Street Brooms,
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Italian Packing: lrcc Lenther,
Paints, Oils, &c.
Whits Zino A Lead, in 1,2 h J5 lb containers,
Paris and Chrome Green,
Cbrpine Yellow. Umber, Slenner,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion.
Whiting Prussian, Bine, Bladders of Putty,
Carriage and Cnach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and Furoltore Vsrnisi,
Boiled Linseed Oil. Turpentine,
Mason's Blanking. Coffee Mills,
Axe. Pick, BMge, Ads, Hoe, Oo,
Hammer A Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trnnks,
Croiers, Hovels, and Chamfering Knifes,
Fore, Smooth, Jack A Jointers,
Cot Nails, 3.4, 0,8. 10. 12, 20, 39,40, JO aad
CM. BoatXalls, , U. 1 a 2 Inch.
Pressed h'aili, 2 a 2J Inch.
CSoper'a Rltets, 4. 7 8 Bs,
Coppir'Bftets a BirfsTl."",
i inch. Gimp Tacks.
Iron a Copper Taeke of all sixes.
Beit Rnbber Hose, J, J, 1, 1 J a 2 Inch,
Centrifugal. V.rniih. Paiat. Whito-Wasa
and Scrub Brushes. Car'd Tin Pails,
i. 1, 2. 3, 4. C. 8. 10 a 12 qaaru,
CnTered Slep Palls, Dippers,
' Dish and Milk Pans.
Jenning'sblts, soldering irons. Thin get, steals.
Hammers. Gauges. S'juares, Chisels,
AugersrSierea, Lima- SqesrB,- - - -Yard
8tieks. Bung Starters, Axes,
ShoTels. Spade. Oot . Xaatarss.
Eagle Horse, A and O Plows and
v Points, Paris Plows, extra beary aad strong.
Protoxida of Iron, Eaia.KIT.er.
Poland's White Pine"COBpNicd,
Pail. Tubs, Brooms,-Etc., Vto.
From tbe Boston Hons.
And Many Other Articles
ALL TO BE SOLD LOW.
Quick Sales and Small Jrafits!
UTAH'S XAIL10AD ST01I
Cor. Xanana and Judd EtmU.
s?m i t rvn mvt a aa a aa IV . f. -V-T
W of a sotsariot osalitT. reeeired z ,fD. CXar-
riyV' and for iJa' by.
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