Jefferson's Secto! of Warhisotox. Ilia
mind was great and powerful, witboat being of
the very first order; his penetration strong,
though not so acnte as that of Newton, Bacon
or Locke ; and as far as be taw no judgment was
ever sounder. It was slow in operation, being
little aided by invention or imagination, but sure
in conclusion. Uence tbe common remark of
his officers, of tbe advantages he derived from
councils of war, where, bearing all suggestions,
be selected whatever was best, and certain! co
general ever planned his battles more judiciously.
But if deranged during the course of tbe action,
if anj member of his plan was dislocated by sud
den circumstances, be was slow in readjustment.
The consequence was that he often failed in- the
field, and rarely against an enemy in station, as
at Boston and Tork. He was incapable of fear,
meeting personal dangers with tbe calmest un
concern. Perhaps tbe strongest feature in his
character was prudence, never acting until every
circumstance, every consideration was maturely
weighed ; refraining if he saw a donbt, but
when once decided, going through with his pur
pose, whatever obstacles opposed.
His integrity was most pure, his justice' the
most inSexible I have over known ; no motives of
consanguinity, of friendbip or hatred, being able
to bias bis decision. He was, indeed, in every
cense of the word, a wise, a good, and a great
man. His temper was naturally irritable and
- high-toned ; but reflection and resolution had ob
tained a firm and habitual ascendancy over it. If
ever, however, it broke its bonds, be was most
tremendous in his wrath. In his expenses he
was honorable, but exact ; liberal in contributions
to whatever promised utility, frowning and tin
yielding on all visionary projects, and all un
worthy calls on bis charity. His heart was not
warm in its affections ; but ho exactly calculated
every man's value, and gave him a solid esteem
proportioned to it. His person, you know, was
fine, his staturo exactly nhat every one would
wish ; his deportment easy, erect, and noble, tbe
best'borscman of bis age, and the most graceful
figure that could be seen on horseback. Al
though in the circle of bis Iriends, where he
might be unreserved will safety, be took a free
share in conversation, his colloquial talents were
cot above mediocrity, possessing neither copious
ness of ideas, ncr a fluency of words. In public,
when called on for a sudden opinion, he was up
ready, short, a"d embarassed. Tet he wrote
steadily, rather diffusely, in an easy and correct
style. This be bad acquired by conversation
with the world, for his education was merely
readincwrit.ng and common arithmetic, to which
he ndded snrveyirg at a later day. His time was
employed in action chiefly, reading little, and
that only in agriculture and English history.
His correspondence, became necessarily exten
sive, and, with journalizing bis agricultural pro
ceedings, occupied most of his leisure hours within
doors. On the whole, his character was, in its
mass, perfect, in nothing bad, in a few. points in.
different ; and it may truly bo said, that never
did nature and fortune combine more perfectly to
make a man great, and place him in tbe same
constellation with whatever wortbjes have merit
ed from man an everlasting remembrance. For
his was the singular destiny and merit of leading
the armies of his country successfully through an
arduous war, for the establishment of its inde-
dendence ; of conducting its councils through
the birth of a government, new in its forms
and principles, until it has settled down into a
quiet and orderly train; and of scrupulously
obeyine tbe laws through tbe whole of his career,
civil and military, of which tbe history of tbe
world furnishes no other example. Jefferson's
, Letter to W. B. Giles.
A Ccwors Will. We have to record the
death of a remarkable "Democrat" in New Hamp
shire not the political (for that came long ago)
but tbe physical death of Mr. Weare Weston
late of North Hampton ; and a remarkable last
will and testament Mr. Weston left behind him.
In this, he expressed the desire to be carried to
the cold and silent tomb by -six true Democrats."
Fortunately, remembering that his fellow-politicians
were not in the habit of doing something
for nothing, he directed that each of his bearers
should receive for this last sad and friendly ser
vice the Bum of six dollars not a great deal, it
is true, for such a melancholy piece of work, but
better, by six dollars, than no pay at all. To our
surprise, Mr Weston gave no direction that this
honorarium should be paid in gold or silver, or
in that mysterious metal of which our five-cent bits
are composed. It is astonishing that, even in
the harry of dying, he should have forgotten to
leave behind him a practical protest against the
National debt and Paper money. One thing,
however, he did remember. Ho would have no
funeral services over his ashes, unless a clergyman
could be found "who bad never preached politics
or war sermons." Great search was made for
this rare bird throughout tbe neighborhood, but
no parson of the requisite freedom from contam
ination could be found, nnd so this fine old "Dem
ocrat" was interred in silent simplicity, withont
prayer or hymn, without exhortation or sermon.
Kta York Tribune.
. Russian Fashions. It may be said that the
Russians have no summer clothing. Tfne, the
upper class, which follows English or French
fashions, has every variety of costume proper to
the different seasons. True, also, the people at
large have garments which would notbennsnited
to soma of our June weather. But the Russian
seasons, as the St. Petersburg correspondent of
the London JVeirs justly remarks, are sharply de
fined. Winter is winter with a vengeance, on tbe
banks of the Neva, and summer is a time of con-
stant daylight, of brightness, dast and consider
able beat. The sun has scarcely dipped below
tbe horizon, and left long red lines in the north
ern sky to fade slowly away, than he appears
again, a little to the east of north, as if he had
never really set The day is so lengthened out
that it seems doubly a summer day, and the peo
ple all the while are going about in great coats.
There is no disguising the fact that great coats
and boots are a Russian foible. Wo cannot won
der that men whose winter time is so severe cling
resolutely to what will guard them from tbe nip
ping frost. But it has an odd effect to see men
dressed as though for a Crimean campaign, when
tbe unprejudiced foreigner is only jost able to
bear his slightest summer suit. Here comes a
party of military or caval officers wearing their
overcoats, with utter indifference to the- heat.
Hers a group of workmen, who show no sign or
distress, despite their warm apparel. These pleas
ant public gardens with deep shade along the
-walks, and an establishment for tbe sale of cool
ing drinks, have quite an air of summer, which
give3 a momentary confidence that the cold weath
er will not take ns by surprise. But, then again
there are more great coats to suggest a donbt
that all is not so safe. The ladies, however, are
clearly on the side of summer. Every kind of
Egbtcolored, cool-looking dress may be seen np
on shady walks f the garden, from the old palace
of Czar Peter, half hidden among the trees, to
the bridge at the door of the exhibition. It is a
short wiUc, but it measures a vast distance in one
Revi.viscesces of the Ex-Express Eugenie
by Washikoton Irving. Tbe history nf the re
cent Empress (who is now nothing, more
than Madame Bonaparte) is a very curious
illustration of the freaks of fortune. In 1853
Irving wrote thus to a lady :
" I know the grandfather of the Empress, old
Mr. Kirkpatrick, who has been American Consul
at Malaga. I passed an evening at his bouse in
1827. . A week or two afterward I was at the
bouse of his son-in-law, the Count Teba, a gallant
and intelligent gentleman of Grenada, mnch cut
up by the wars, having lost an eye and been
maimed in a leg and hand. His wife, the daught
er of Mr. Kirkpatrick, was absent, but be had a
family of little girls about him. Several years
afterward, when I had recently taken up my
abode in Madrid, I was invitod to a grand ball at
the house of the Countess of Montijo, one of the
leaders of the ton. On making my bow to her, I
was surprised at being received by her with the
warmth and eagerness of an old friend. She
claimed me as tbe frieud or her late husband, the
Count Teba. subsequently Marquis Montijo, who,
she said, had often spoken of me with the great
est regard. She subsequently introduced me to
the little girls I had known at an early day, who
had become fashionable belles or Madrid. One
of these now sits on tbe throne of France."
A short time afterward, Irving writes thus to
another niece, Mrs. Sorrow, who had been re
siding at Paris:
" Von give an account of the marriage proces
sion of Louis Napoleon and his bride to the
Church of Notre Dame, and one of your letters
speak of youf having been presented to the Emp
ress. Louis Napoleon and Eugenie Montijo,
Emperor and Empres3 of France! one of whom
I have bad a guest at my cottage on the Iiufiont
and the other, whom, when a child. I have had
on my knee at Grenada. It seem3 to cap the
climax of the strange drama of which Paris has
been tbe theatre during my life time. The last
I saw of Eugcniu Montijo slia was one of-tlie
reigning belles or Madrid; and she nnd her giddy
circle bad swept my charming young friend, the
beautiful and accomplished Signorjtla , into
their carepr of fashionable dissipation. Now,
Eugenie is on the throne, while is a volun
tary recluse in a convent of one of the most rig
orous orders. Poor ! -Perhaps, however,
her fate may ultimately bathe happier of the
two. With her the storm is over, and she
is at rest, but the other is launched on a
dangerous sea, infamous for its tremendous ship
wrecks. Am I to live to see the catastrophe of
her career, or the end of this suddenly-conjured-up
empire, which seems to be made of such stuff
as dreams are made of?
" My personal acquaintance with the individu
als who figure in this historical romance gives me
uncommon interest in it ; but I consider it stamp,
ed with dangers and instability, and as liable to
extravagant vicisitudes ns one of Dumas' novels.
You do well to witness the grand features of this
passing pageant. You are probably reading one
of the most peculiar and eventful pages of history
and may live to look back on it as a romantic
Irving's words now sound prophetic, and to
add to their force it may be added that, although
be is dead, the lady to whom they were addressed
has lived to witness that catastrophe of which
he spoke. Eugenie's grandfather, Mr. Kirkpat
rick, although American Consul at Malaga, was
a Scotchman by birth, and was of plebeian ex
traction. A schoolmaster of the same name,
living in Glasgow, was commonly styled the
" cousin of the Empress." The wheel of fortune
by this turn, only brings Eugenie back to the .
level of her ancestors.
Scenes in Baiiia. Along the quay at the
landing places the scene is original and notably
confused and varied. Here are for 6ale the infi
nite variety or fruits, with huge bunches of gold
en bananas, miniature mountains o oranges ; fish
ing baskets; nnd curious and rude implements of
wood, and garments woven or straw; big parrots
and litlle'paroquels with coats of softest-and del
icate green; and tiny birds with marvelously
beautiful plum igeand feathers flashing and chang
ing in the sunlight. A thousand articles for nse
or fancy are here for sale, and few of them such
as are ever seen in the markets of the American
States. The sellers are striking specimens of
humanity, especially the women. They are blacks
the Minas negroes people from the province
of the Aliucs. They are strong, tall women, of
much muscular development, black as midnight,
heavy and coarse in features, and with a glossy,
rough and kind of dinted skin. They are dressed
in bright nnd fancy colors, and wearing a charac
teristic feature or dress, in tbe ample and grace
fully twisted turban of white gauze with which
they all adorn their heads.
The principal street of the. ower town is broad,
paved with the familiar granite blocks, and lined
with imposing buildings, devoted to purposes of
business, fur Bahia is one of the chief cities of
the South American continent, and a place pf
much commercial importance. Here are seen
the awakward heavy-wheeled carts, drawn by
mules, and so bulky ns to admit of the carrying
of only small loads. There are only two or three
stgeets that lead to the upper town, and these are
crooked, quite narrow and very steep. They are
lined with such buildings as you think must have
been common in Europe two centnries ago. It
is a difficult matter to ascend these streets unless
one is used to it. and so we took "Cadeiras" for
the purpose. The Bahian Cadeira for it is
essentially an institution of Bahia is an excel
lent type or the old, almost legendary East In
dian palanquin. Its bottom is a flat, oval-shaped
footboard, to which are affixed upright rods, one
before and the other behind, "supporting a kind
of ornamental, dome-liko top, and from this bangs
curtains of dark blue tinsel-trimmed cloth, that
may be thrown open or closed as you please.
There is a seat within this affair. and having fixed
yourself, with care to preserve a good balance,
toe chair is lifted by Wo negroes, and by a pole
which runs through the top of tbe carriage, and
the ends of which rest upon the shoulders of the
men, you are carried along, but with less comfort
than in any other affair of the kind I ever saw.
The sedan chair of China, is infinitely more
agreeable, Correspondence Providence Jour
nal ALEX. McCLURE,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
SEAMEN'S I ((FITTING AND OUTFITTING' GOODS.
- Prices to suit tho Times. 2&
S3 Please call at Xo. 3 Nuuann Street, next door
above Jfolte's Saloon. 39-3me
WIND-MILL FOR- SALE.
A WELL-BUILT WIND-MILL, raanu
factored at tbe Honolulu Iron Works, twenty
feet diameter, eighteen fins, disk crank, stroke from
10 to 22 inches. Also a PUMP, worked by tbe
above, 12 inches in diameter and 24 feet Ions;.
They wll! he sold at a barnin, and mar be seen at
si place at Waiklki.
juamnoi io-iB2Cj a, mvvuuk
IWE OFF! SELLIAE OFF!
Cheap for Cash! Cheap for Cash!
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
J. W. Wi DDI FIELD
IVonld Call the Attention of
PLASTERS, MERCHANTS & MECHANICS
TO TIIIS -LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HARDWARE
For the Wants of the Island Trade
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD riND IT MUCH TO THUS ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE-ME A CALL!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
AS 3IAXY T1UKGS WILL EE SOLD
"JSTot Only zxt Cost,
BUT IN MANYi (INSTANCES,
CREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MAKE 1100M
FOR A LARGE 5: VARIED ASSORTMENT
Agricultural and Other Implements,
Coining from tlie Kal.
The Usual Discount Made to the Trade!
3r- Orders from tho other Islands respectfnlljr
solicited, promptly attended to and nued wun care.
tST No Connection with the xirm across the Way.
Just Received ex lolani,
Jtj iiiii'h Eight Curd
AND FOR SALE BIT
GASTI.F, At COOKE.
"Pro Bono Publico!"
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
jBCa.-xro on TTrvn 1
AND IN TRANSIT,
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
The Largest and
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
OST THE HAWAIIAN GROUP,
Consisting in Part of, viz the Celebrated
G- IE -NT XT I UXT 3E3
v Scotch Tweed Suits!
Cashmere, Cloth A: Drill Garments,
in all varieties.
Complete Black Dress and Walking Suits,
Buys' White Linen Cashmere
and Cloth Suits
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Cents' Furnishing Goods,
Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DAVIES 4 CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Davits A Jones, in all grades.
Ovcrfehirls! OYcrxhlrts! Ovcrslilrtsf
in Grey Flannel, Diagonal,
l'rinted and Crimean.
ALL OF THESE GOODS'
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES!
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery !
For Gents'. Ladies .and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENCLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS
"STatiliree Wotions !
Boots and Shoes,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS.
At the very loivctt possible Price
By the original package.
M. S. CRINBAUM &CO.,
15-tf Makee's Block.
CRATER OE KILAPEA, HAWAII.
MTIIIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW
opio for the reception of vUltors to the Volcano
House, who may rely cn nodlngcorafurtable rooms, a good
table, and prompt attendance. Experienced guides for the
Crater always on hand.
STEAM AND SULPHUR BATHS !
Horses Grained and Stabled if Desired.
Parties visiting the Volcano via Ililo, can procure animals
warranted to make the Journey, by D. II. IlircacocE, Eaq.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
COSSTAWTIr OJf IIAXD and for Sale,
froni tbe well-known
WAIJIEA TAXXEHT, C. XOTLEY, Prop's-
7-1y-Sc A. S CirCUPBV 4nt.
TONS Best Quality Fbila. Coal,
ex Bark hltr.Ll.MJ, Cant. Hardin?.
mr sale sy
38 BOLLES i CO.
Sugar Plantation for Lease !
At llosolpu. District of Xaohala,
AT a reasonable price and terms. Fifty
acres nodercane witbmore land around it lit for
growing.with Mill, Cattle, Carts," Eorghnm. pan, and
every requisit to carry on growing and grinding
cane. Tbe Mill js driven by horse-power. For par
ticulars apply to II. Cbristansen. Honoipn, or to
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE,
, 37-3mc Honolulu.
GROCERIES! GROCERIES ! !
Quick Sales and Small Profits!
RYAN'S RAILROAD STORE
32 Cor. Naujjia ud Jadd Streets. Sa
HAS JUST RECEIVED
Martell's and Henesy's Pale Brandy in casks,
Dan" Gordon and Triarte'e Sup'r Pale Sherry,
Cases Orange Bitters, Cases Angostura Bitters,
Cases of Quinine Wine Bitters,
Bass's Ale in pints and quarts,
Jeffrey's Ale and Porter in pints and quarts.
Ex Other Late Arrivals,
Hennessy'a and Martell's Best Pale Brandy in
quarter casks, 4
Martell's and other brands of Brandy in eyes.
Pale Sherry in caserTRuinart. pere et Sls and
He'ul-ick's Champagne, Fine Claret. Santerne,
Muscat, Ilochheiner, Liebfraumilch,
Johannlsberger, Fort and different
Varieties of Cala. Wines,
Hosteller H xtikc a ruumuuut x uicc. mv,
Leslie' and other Bitters, larasehioo, Duppell
IT .11 r.a.ava in , nr1 Tin .rt
. .. T-. tll..l.i!- r....i W!..
Ind Coop Pale Ale,
Tennant's, Byass', Barclay 4 Perkins, and
Guinness' Porter, Vermouth, Ess. of Ginger,
Essence of Peppermint, Absinthe, Bourbon,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica Bum, Ac.
Has Received per Bark "R. C.Wylie,"
Cue de Montebello's Champagne, in pints and
Clarets of various qualities.
Red and White Burgundy, pints and quarts.
Rudesheiincr, Marcobrunner, Johannisberg, qts
Sparkling Hock and Moselle, in Pints.
French Sherry and Port.
Cases of Irish and Scotch Whisky, Curacao.
Orange Bitters. Angostura Bitters, Anisette.
Noyau, Port, Pale Brandy,
Casks old Madeira.
Gold and Pale Sherry.
Jamaica and other descriptions of Rum.
Cases India Pale Ale, pints and quarts.
Sparkling Ale in jugs.
Barclay A Perkins's Porter, pints and quarts.
Cases of Cin.
Very nearly the whole of the above-named goods
are directly from Agents' hand, can bo safely recom
mended, and will be sold at very low rates, by
35-3mc GODFREY RHODES.
Per R. 0. Wylie
ENGLISH ritlNTSFancy, Purple and
French prints, fancy ; Fancy muslins ;
Victoria law ns ; Mosquito netting ;
Superior black cuburgs ;
French merino and crapo; Ticking;
White shirting and long cloth : , -
Brown and blue cotton drills, heavy ;
Bruwn and blue cottons; Hickory stripes;
Blue twilled Saxony flannels;
Imperial linens, assorted ;
White linen handkerchiefs ; ,
Turkey red and yellow handkerchiefs;
White jaconet handkerchiefs;
Fancy cottun handkerchiefs ; .
Black silk clastic ; Dress goods ;
Plain and figured black silk ;
White linen and ribbed drill;
Fine white linen duck ; Black lining silk ;
Black hair cloth for tailor's use ;
Blue twill ; Blue pique ; Cashmere ;
Veil barege, assorted colors.
For Sale by
39 3mc H.-IIACKFELD A CO.
BOLL-ES & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
JFL. O. WYLIE,
BY OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
A Fine Assortment of
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
On the Most Reasonable Terms.
AMERICAN MKSS BEEF & Prime Pork,
in Bond. For Sale by
23 BULLKS A CO.
BEST ENGLISH PortlnniTCement,
just arrived per Bark R. C. WYLIE, and for
33 1IOLLES A CO.
TO LACK PAINT, received per R. C. WYLIE,
and for sale by
BOLLES A CO.
HE3IP CORDAGE, sizes from 2Jto7incU.
Also Honsline, Marline, Wormline. Seiting,
frpun-yarn, Ac, )ult received per 11. U. l 1L1E, and
for sale by
38 UULLKS A CO.
T4AIIREI.S COAT. TAR n.r M C. WVI.tC
and for sale by ,
38 BOLLES i CO.
BEST GOLDEN GATE Family Flour,.
Baker's Extra, and Snperfine Flonr. received
per COMET, and for sale by
BOLLES t CO.
CHAIN CABLES, sixes from to 1, inch,
received per R. C. WYLIE. '
and for sale by (38) BOLLES A CO.
"i ALIFO RNIA r.IMI" snnt...i. .
ceived fresh from the Kiln, '
and for sale by (.13) BOLLES" CO.
Best Arbroath Flax Canvas,
for sale by (12) BOLLES A CO.
McMURRAVS OYSTERS, in 1 and 2 tb.
cans. For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
RED BRICK, a few thousand of the very bes
quality, just received by the COMET, and for
33 BOLLES: A CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY,-afew bales left
of a superior nnalitr. received ex " D. C. Mnr
ray," and for sale by
BOLLES A CO.
For 'Rent or Lease.
TTIAT VERY npairntil Rot no
'No: lfti Xaaana&iraet. ' luh to
26- JAMES S. LEM03T;
THEOD. C. HEUGK
HAW. BARK R. C.WYLIE,
SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
ENGLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery, ,
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
1'aliiln nnd Oils,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER,
qts t pts Dectjen & Schrooder's Star brand,
Best French Clarets aud Brandy,
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin,
in cases and in bulk,
Mpnrltliiigr Hoclf, in quarts and pints,
Port IVIne, IIoIT'h Malt Extract
Ladies' and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of tbe best make and manufacture,
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of the newest pattern, and unsurpassed in bril
liancy of tone.
Three Largo Burglar and Fife-proof Iron Safes,
A Variety of Other Articles,
Too Ncoerons to Mention,
Suitable for Town'andtountry Trade
JE3 For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
on ECa32La. !
jyjcMURRAY'S Fresh Oysters,
No. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Faddy,
Manila Rope 1J, 2, 2 and 3 inches,
Havana Cigars the best in the market,
Swiss, California 'and Llmbnrg Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil; Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco
New Styles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
OentajFurnlshinK Goods, American, Ac, Ac,
For Sale Cheap,
at the Store of
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolulu, Sept. Utb, 1370. 35-tf
FAIili TRADE 18TO
Best A I Hawaiian
MESS BEEF, Hi
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
The above Beef is raeVed bv an eiaerienced
Batcher, cured in Liverpool Salt, and packed io
Turk's Island Salt. Tbe best efercneee can be
given. For sale in quantities to sait-bjr
TnEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolulu, Sept. 1 1th, 1S70. S5-6m
A LARGE PLATE IRON STEAM JACKET
Pao. JS feet z 5 feet x 2 feet, Applr to
April 26th. 1870. 15-tf V; Li GREEN.
NO. 1 COOLIE RICK always on band
aalfcriajelbr . -
. WALKR ALLan, Afeate. .
CASTJLE & COOKE,
Consisting; in Part of
Finest Wbita all Wool 4-4 Flannel.
Finest Whits all Wool A Angola White Flannels,
Good Grey and White all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting.
Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets,
Amoskeag Denims, Jeans, Drills and
Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
A Sup'r ass't of Stationery,
Water Lined Note Paper.
White Ruled Note Paner.
White Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter and Bill Paper.
White, Cuff and Amber and Letter and Note
Payson's Indelible, and Carter'a Copying Ink.
Artists' A HooK-keepers' ilexioie jiuieri.
Smith A Wesson's Pistols a Cartridges,
Hair Girths, Stirrups a Leathers,
Spanish Trees, Croupersand Bridles,
Oak Belting, Street Brooms,
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Italian Packing; jLace Leather,
Paints, Oils, &c.
White Zine A Lead, in 1,2 a 25 lb containers
Paris and. Chrome Green.
Chrome Yellow. Umber. Sienner,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Whiting Pinssian.'Blue, Bladders of Putty,
Carriage and Coach Varnishj
Bright, Copal and Furniture Varnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills,
Axe. Pick, Sledges Ads. Hoe, Oo,
Hammer A Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks,
Croiers, Uowels, and Chamfering Knives,
Fore. Smooth. Jack A Jointers, -
Cut Nails, 3, 4, 6, S, 10. 12. 20, 30,40, 50 and
60d, Boat Nails, 1, 1J. IJ a 2 inch,
Pressed Nails, 2 a IJ inch.
Cooper's Rivets, 4. 7 a S lbs,
Copper Rivets a Burs, . I,
J k I inch, Gimp Tacks,
Iron a Copper Tacks of all sizes.
Best Rubber Hose, i, J, 1, 15 a 2 inch,
Centrifugal, Varnih, Paint, White-Wash
and Scrub Brushes, CovM Tin Palls,
i, 1, 2, 3, 4, C. 8, 10 a 12 quarts.
Covered Slop Paih, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans.
Jenning'sbits, soldering irons, T hinges, steels.
Hammers, Gauges, squares, Cnisels,
Augers, Sieves. Lime Squeeiers,
Yard Sticks. Bung Starters, Axes,
Shovels. Spades, Oos, Eanterns, -Eazle
Horse, A and O Plows and
Points, Paris Plows, extra heavy and strong,
. 1 e t 1 1 T" :i 1
1 roioxiue "1 irun, x am rkiuci ,
PolancUs White Pine Compound,
Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc.
Dovrncr's Keroxcne Oil,
From the Boston House.
And Many .Other Articles
ALL. TO BE SOLD LOW.
J. H. THOMPSON,
Will Sell from this Date,
All Small Sizes of Iron !
Five Gents per Pound!
HEAVY FLAT IRON !
Pour Cents per Pound !
WALK Ell & AL.1EN
HAVE 011 liaml tlie following articles
which tbew wilt (Ubimwo cf at Terr low rates to cloo
Superior Colombia Hirer Salmon;"
Superior Frazlo Hirer Salmon;
Oregon Flour, hlf ani qr feacks;
California Floor, htf aud qr Sacks ;
Oregon Pilot Bread :
California Pilot Broad;
CaUfurnia Jfatjr Bread;
Flrkloi Ea&rn Batter:
Cates McMarrry't Ojrateri;
Cases PreVerYfd Meats ;
Cases Green Corn:
Cae Greeen Peas;
Mioilts Cordage to 4 loch ;
40 Inch Burlaps, snperfor qualltj;
New Iron Sugar Coolels;
Zfowaltan Bee( warranted;
(Z7. N. O.) Kona Coffee; ,
No. 1 Jawsiian Rice;
Ko. 2Cooll Rice;
Boiled Linseed Oil In Drums;
IThlte Lend In Kep;
White Zinc In Kegs; 45-lme
Ex lolani from Boston.
2Q0 BAURELS PRIME PORK,
Neir Uedford C. II. 'Whale Iloats, 30 fttt,
Case Bomb Lances, 5o. 1 and 3,
Scvr BedTortl IVhale Line,
Lances, Toggle Irons, Hcarr Sea Boots,
One Taber"a Cabooae, complete,
20O Barrels New Oil Casks !
Try Vols. For sale by
39-3me H. 1IACKPELD A CO.
J. M. CROWELL,
No. 74, Huuanu St., Honolulu.
American and European
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE.
Rape, Hemp and Canary Seed,
And a full assortment of
CKDEX TECBTARLE SKKBgl
Best California Streabr Bacon, California
Cheese, Apple, &c, received bj
XVZST VB9REL Y&QTt 1KB C3AW.
Particular attention given to the pnrehasa aad sale
of all kinds of LJai produce fruit, batter, w,
tie., tie.- . .
SUGAR & MOLASSES .
HILO, H. I. Oj.
Sugar and Molasses,
CROI.tfOW COMING IX, noil for tale
in quantities to suit purchasers b
l-3m STALKER A ALLEN. Arenta.
SHpir and Melasmas Crop 1879
C0MINQ IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES ,
to suit purchasers, br 1
WALKER A ALLEN", Agenta.
SHjrar untl TfoIasstM Crop 1S78)
C0MINO Cf, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, br
l-3n WALKER A ALLEN. Agent.
IVe-w Crop of Sugar Jfc IHelaane
NOW COMINO IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
tities to suit purchasers hj
I-3 C. BREWER t CO.. Agents.
EW CROP NOW COMINO IN. FOR SALE
in quantities to snit nurehasers. hr
l-3m a BREWER CO.. Arnl.
SUGAR of SUPERIOR QUALITY,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PPRCIIASERS
and at Reasonable Prices, for sale by
6 2m F. A. SCHAEFER CO.
For Kona andjau, Hawaii.
dk Schr. Active, 3L.
V. MELLISII JIaalcr,
Will run as a regular packet to the above porta.
For freight or passage apply to
l-3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
Regular Packet for Molokai.
D ALLl ST2k, Staater,
Will run a sa regular packet between Honetala
and Molokai, touching at Kannakakai and Pukoo.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on
l-3m II. PRENDERGAST. Agent.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF 2,'EW YORK.
Cash Assets, over.. .$36,000,000!
Cash Dividends In 1SCS,. . . .$3,257,137.26.
The Largest Life -Insurance Company
J2C THE WORLD!
Premiums! lunm be Paid Seral-A b
nuully or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
H-lyt Agenta for the Hawaiian Isjanda;
IMPERIAL FIRE IXSURASCE COMPANY
Of London.-Instit3tad IS03.
CASH CAPITAL, 38,000,000 In GOLD.
THE CNDF.KS10NED are prrpand tatxu polMs.an
Fire Klsks (with or wttbvut tbe ateraya iaaM oo
Plantation UnlMInct and Macbtserv, Private Iht.Ma.
ltrlck, clono and Wooden Stor, Mmbaodtce, Ouai, Uuo
bcr, Shlp4 Id Fbrt, Ac. on the mmt favorable tfM.
43-All Losses Adjusted and Paid for hire. "S
Fer particular, apply at tb ofllc. of
WALKER A ALL IX.
32-ly Ageote br tb IlnaSu Maada.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Or San Fraoclico.
TIIR UNDEHSIGNKD hailng teen ap.
pointed AgvnU Utt til abov Onif. tffeearwf
to Usn Policies on Cargoes, Freight a4 Triat
ure. WALKfcB k ALLt,
I-3m A (rata, Ueoofato.
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rWMIB U.NDRItSia.VED barlnsf been ap.
JL pointed Agents lor lb Zan frasaiaco llMtrd ef Coder
writers, comprlMng tbe
California lmnrancc Company,
Merchant' Mutual Marine lua. Cc,
PaelUe Imnraiite Company,
California ItlofA'e, anil
Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Sec leave tu Inform M.utcrt ef Vepta ae.1 th mUl.
rally. tUt all low of Viwli and Cargo, (Mured by rHker
of the above Companies, agslntt peril of tb am aM
other rUka, at or near th iiaadwlch Itkads HI aav to
be verified by tbu.
'-" 11 HACRfKLP A 00.
THE UMDI'.USIGXKD, ACESTS OF THE
.(A.m Pmn.n . 1. I . I I . - . . .
on Cargo, Freight aod Treasure, fruoa UeaeUla
to all pnrts of lb TorU, aadiice vera.
"-" KltACKTELD CO.
" a I IDs
lve Company, bate been antbovfsed te la, an n
on Cargo, Freight aad Trta.arr, by Ceweiera.
froo, Hosolaln to aU ports of U lla'aaaa arras, and vfca
raTVIIVi? Itvnrnetnvvn -
' it lucxrrLD ox
KA.T1 K H-KKII.fi I.W
EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
fXlIlE USDEKSIGXED havtas; bCB
iKcni i aoove tympany, arearrrareil
to In, nr. ruts aralnt Tire, en Stone and Brie V Build-
" " ; ,,- -v..-MW,, fibre larrvw; r-rft
Bl arorivtle Urmu Jvr jnlceUr t tlk mm 0
T'"? A,OEX'1, POR THE BRITISH For-
- ' '-' i.iwci vmapany, fUmiUtXL Aaa're.
etved .njtracttons to rsdac. lb. rati, ed t JSLaZ
Utren Uooolnln and Ports In the Padac. ae! uoZ
pared to too. PUWe. the iJrSSt. rtt? USeeW
radoction on Freight prtear. aaj
-t Brit r. xt. fu. o tuaix
For Sale or Ckarter,
THE IHOS PADDLE
325 tons a. sr.. 219 toner.?.!.. ..iii.r 11 -Li-5
- --f. . . ... men
r-120- Speed mtaes the passage frob Siw .
" cjonej wnn los and 3-ta Bile io
6 boors, in fine weather. Arenire.rp4 avjer steaaa
only 10 knots. Cic.umptioneiuilperilay.S" tSna ?
coat in banker. 00 ton, r.r... lllwll r
onder hatches. Draft of water iV ftBgttv 7 ft-jS-ut
'" penger aceosaoaattra la saloon
and f're-eabio. Foil term sea-gains rettiteatc ia 1-rrV.
For fnrfher n.rf IrrtTr- mnl. k wit, nvo '
, " ?fJ H.w,Maauaan.
B, yf S. S. Co., Sydney. ; ap.
HATISS -OP8JIB A Msall
araet- I .hall he . ' u .
- - f ewieit nciarea,aMC
Utki to tlM tease. t pjr mamas .. cub aM
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