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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, January 11, 1871, Image 4

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MEiK'HANDlSE, &0.
MERCHANDISE, &0.
MERCHANDISE, &C.
MERCHANDISE, &C.
P1-CKET HIKES-'
DlTorccd in the Desert.
Forcljpi Telegrams.
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One of the pioneers in California cmigrationt
who went across the plains in 1849, tells this
story, that begun on the journey just ended in
San Francisco. While the train of- which the
narrator, now in .Nevada, was a member, was em
camped at a point on the Humboldt where the
Lassen train intersects the Carson track of travel
be visited the tent of a family consisting of an el
derly couple and one child, a daughter of 14 or 15.
The old lady was sitting on a pile of blankets nn
den the canvass, encouraging a most determined
attack of the "sulks," while the masculine head
of affairs bad planted himself on the wooden
tongue, and was sucking his pipe as though he ex
pected to remain there forever.
A single fiance developed the difficulty in that
little train of one. wagon and three persons, and
that it had attained a point of qniet desperation
beyond the reach of peaceful adjustment Three
days before they had pitched their tent at the
forks of the road, and as they could not agree up
on the route by which to enter California, there
they had remained. The husband had expressed
a preference for the Carson road, and the wifp for
the lessen, and neither would yield. The wife
declared that she would remain all winter ; the
husband said he would be pleased to prolong the
sojourn through the following tummer.
On the morning of the fourth day the wife
broke a sullen silence of 30 hours by proposing a
division of the property, which consisted of two
yoke of oxen, one wagon, camp furniture, a small
quantity of provisions, and 812 jn silver. The
proposal was accepted ; and forthwith tbe "plun
der" was divided, the wagon to the old man, and
th9 daughter to tbe mother. The latter ex
changed with a neighboring train the cattle be
longing to her for a pony and a pack-saddle, and
piling her daughter and her portion of the divid
ed spoils upon the animal, she resolutely started
across the desert by the Lassen trail, while the
old man silently yoked his cattle and took tbe
other route.
Of course both parties reached California in
safety. We say "jjf course," for it i3 scarcely
possible that any obstacle, death not included,
could have interfered witb stubbornness so sub
lime. Arriving in Sacramento, with her daughter
the old lady readily fouad employment for wo
man were less plentiful than now and subse
quently opened a boarding house, and in a few
years amassed a handsome fortune. Two years
ago she went to San Francisco, and the daughter,
whose education had not been neglected, was
married to one . of our most substantial citizens.
And what had become of4he old man ? The
wife had not seen or heard of him since they
parted on the Ilumbolt. They had lived happily
together for years, and she Eoinetimes reproach
ed herself for the wilfulness that separated them
after so long a pilgrimage together. But he was
not dead. We cannot trace bis course in Cali
fornia, however. AH that we know of him is,
f that fortune had not smiled upon him, and that
foryeare he had toiled without hope. Finally,
feeling unable longer to wield thepickand shovel,,
he visited San Francisco in the hope of obtaining
employment better adapted to his wasted
strength.
For three months ho remained idle after ar
riving there, and then, for want of occupation, be
came the humble retailer of peanuts and oranges,
with his entire traffic upon his arm. This was
six months ago. A few weeks since, in passing
tbe open doorof a cottage in the southern part
of the city, he observed a lady in the hall, and
stopped to offer his merchandise. As he stepped
npon the threshold the lady approached, and the
old man raised his eyes and dropped his basket
and no wonder either, for she was his wife, his
"old woman 1" She recognized him, and throw
ing up her hands in amazement, exclaimed :
"Great God 1 John, is that you ? "
"All that is left of iqe," replied the old man.
AVitb arms extended they approached. Sudden
ly the old lady's countenance changed, and she
stepped back. "John," said she, witlffe look tha1
might have been construed into -earnestness.
"bow did you Cnd the Carson road "Miserable,
Sukey, miserable," replied tbe old man : "full of
sand and alkali." "Then I was right, John?"
ehe continued, inquiringly. "You were, Sukey."
"That's enough 1" said she, throwing her arms
around the old man's neck, "that's enough, John,
and the old couple, Etrangely sundered, were re
united Springfield (Muss.) Republican.
Toe Grape Sugau Industry. The manufact
ure of grage sugar has assumed large proportions.
In Germany there werein 1668 Bixty establish
ments in operation, which produced that year
22,000,000 pounds or syrup and 3,000,000 or
sugar. Since that time, other and more expen
sive factories have been established, and the cul
tivation or potatoes for the purpose also cover
ing a large extent of territory. The potato
plantations are usually in sandy distrccts, adapted
to their growth. The method pursued in nearly
all or the refineries are identical. The wet starch
is, first put into a large wash tub, where under
constant stirring for an hour, it is entirely dis
solved into water and diluted acid. From the
wash tubs it is run into vats where it can be boil
ed by steam here it remains for sugar four or
five hours, for syrup two or three hours. It is
then put into the neutralizing tanks to be treated
with carbonate of lime and left until tbe sedi
ment, chiefly composed of gympsum, ba3 settled
this usually requires six hours. The sweet
liquid thus obtained is evaporated in vacuum
pans, filtered, and left to crystallize, ir sugar is to
be made, or is manufactured into' syrup. The
process does not essentially differ from that pur
sued in the Uuited State, where corn starch is
chiefly employed. The great increase in the
wine growing districts of America has occasioned
an enlarged demand for glucose, and the manu
facture of this article appears destined to assume
large proportions in the United States, where
corn "can be obtained in unlimited quantity.
Journal of Applied Chemistry.
Ax old lady residing in Chicago was perhaps
one of tbe most brilliant examples of conjugal
tenderness that the last century produced. Her
husband had been long dying, and at length, on
the clergyman of the church making one of his
daily visits, found him dead. The disconsolate
widow, in giving an account of his last momjeots,
told him her " poor dead old man kept groaning
and groaning, but could not die ; at last," said
she, I recollected I had got a new piece of car
pet binding in the drawer ; so I took some of that
and tied it around his neck, and then I stopped
bis hose with my thumb and forefinger, and, poor
dear I he went off like a lamb !"
A mSltino sermon being preached in a country
church, all wept except one man, who being ask
ed why he did not weep with the rest, said :.
" OM1 belong to another cburch."
Statistical. They had to appoint a new cen
sus taker in a Buffalo district because the old one
spit tobacco juice on a red-headed woman's car
pet. "Be was carried home on a dray.
Ttjk majority is the most subtle, and therefore
the most dangerous form of physicul violence.
The ballot ufa threat of whiokrthe bullet is the
execution.
The Amy of the Loire haa been beaten in detail,
and Gambetta declines the responsibility of any far
ther struggle, or of making peace.
It it reported that a renewal of negotiation for an
arm'utiee is Incorrect. The Foreign Office here denies
any movement of that nature on the part of the neu
tral Powers, nor has Gambetta made overtures to
"Bismarck.
Some of the other members of the Tours Govern
ment, who are violently opposed to Gambetta, and
are anxious to conclude the war, attempted to offer
negotiations. On discovering theirccheme, Gambetta
threatened them with arrest, when they promised to
abandon the undertaking.
London, Dec. 8. Tbe Jbst 6ees no hope of better
relations with America, as the best Americans avoid
or are driven from political lile. Men like Butler
wield the political Influence, aud ostentatious
courtesy is shown cations supposed to be unfriendly
to England. Tbe Uma asks no indemnltyfor In
sults beaped on England in consequence of tbe Ala
bama matters, but craves a settlement, not merely
because they are just, but as inaugurating between
tbe two nations a feeling of close amity.
Tbe Monitcurg&je. tbe Germans who do not belong
to the army follow In tbe rear, for the purpose of
plunder. They seize grain, fruit, furniture, and
what valuables they can lay hands on, and send tbelr
booty to Germany, leaving the inhabitants destitute
TUe Government Is installed here. Vigorous
measures arc decided upon. Large reinforcements
are going forward from all parts of tbe south of
France. Tbe troops are perfectly armed and equip
ped. Numbers of batteries are ready with men and
horses, large cavalry forces also. Several victories
are announced. Thiers is here. Postal and tele
graph service is much Interrupted.
Advices from Tientsin report more hostile demon
strations siralnst Christians.
Floeesce, Dec. Cth. Parliament was opened on
Monday by Kins Victor Emanuel. The Kinc in
Els speech Irom the throne, declared that witb Rome
as the capital, tbe edifice commenced by Charles
Albert was crowned, and the freedom of Italy com
pleted. It was now the task of the Chambers to
make her happy. While we are thus hppy, be con
tinued, two other nations, glorious represenatives
of rivilization, are engaged In a horrible struggle.
We will persist in our efforts to Induce them to end
tbe conflict, and prove that United Italy Is an ele
ment of order and peace In Europe. In reference to
the Pope, he said it was the duty. of the nation to
secure to the Supreme Pontiff the full exercise of
his religious affairs, and the maintenance ol bis rela
tions witb the Catholic world. Improvemnts in tbe
administration of the government, and the develop
ment of a military and educational system were
promised.
In regard to tbe election-of Prince Amadcus to
the throne of Spain, the King said : "A sister na
tion has invited our sun to rule over Its destinies,
and wc rejoice in the great honor conferred upon
our dynasty, and hope he will tiring equivalent ben
efits to Spain." The speeeh concluded with con
gratulations on tbe present condition and hopes for
tbe future career of the nation, and was received
with enthusiastic cheers by all the members.
Brancberi was elected President of the Lower
Chamber.
Aostagocsto Spain about the 1st of January. The
Spanish deputation was warmly welcomed eery
where, and has cone to Turin to congratulate the
Princess Maria Victoria, the future Queen of Spain.
A Synod of tbe Greek Cburch had been called by
tbe Patriarch Gregorius, to meet at Constantinople.
It will cunsist ouly of Patriarchs and Comitans pro
fessing the Eastern Greek faith, among them tbe
Patriarchs of Alexandria, Jerusalem, Cyprus, Athens,
Belgrade, Bucharest, and St. Petersburg.
An Awri'i. Fkog Stohv. A man named South
worth, living in Warren, Pennsylvania, has just
ejected from bis stomach a lrog which had been
living there for fifteen years. Mr. Southworth has
had a great deal of trouble with that frog. It used
to begin to croak at the most unreasonable hours.
When Southworth would o to church, for instance,
the frog would remain quiet until the congregation
engaged In silent prayer, and then it set up such a
territicyowl that the bexton would run in and collar
Southworth and drag him out to quiet down in the
graveyard. Sometimes the frog would give a noc
turnal serenade after Southworth was asleep In bed,
and then Sothworth would rise, as mad as anything',
and sieze a stomach pump aud try to draw the frog
up. But the subtle reptile had had that trick tried
on him too often during those lilteen years, and it
always shinned up tbe tube a piece, out of tbedraft,
aud waited until Soutbnorth exhausted himself.
Southworth never fooled that fror a great deal. And
when frogs were in season, Southworth used to'fish,
for this one with a fly; but it always refused to rise,,
aud tbe fly buzzed arouud so in Southnorth'a ali
mentary canal that It nearly tiekkd him to death.
So Southworth had to wail until the other day,
when the frog thought It would come up and go
and see a friend ; and when it did come Southworth
killed it with a fork. He says the frog used to eat
twice as much as be did; but we have been thinking
It over, and it seems to us tbe statement must be
exagerated somehow. Figaro.
The value ol professional men m a legislative
body is curiously illustrated by the history of the
Junes Act, which passed the House or Com
mons last sessions. Although there are upward
or a hundred lawyers in that body, many or whom
were specially interested in the passage or the
act, it is so unskillfully drawn that'some of tbe
sections are unintelligible, others will in practice
be completely inoperative, while others will,,
when in operation, produce a totally difierent ef
fect from that which the Legislature intended.
O.t the arrival of the ferry-boat at Detroit, the
other day, a robust young man was seen to lift
his mother in bis arms and carry her to tbe train,
Seeing her condition, a policeman ventured to
ask why they did not stop over a day or two and
let the invalid rest a little. If Because," said the
son. in a cool, busiuess tone, tbe old lady's got
the consumption, und won't live mor'n a week,
nd 1 want to put hor through to Illanoy afore
she drops the figger."
The bed of the Seine below Paris contains a
large rock, called the Speaking Stone by tbe peo
ple. Only at times of the greatest drought this
rock becomes visible, aud it has appeared-ubove
the surface now again for the first time in many
years. It is called the Speaking llock, because
the following words have been chiselled into it:
"Those who have sean me have wept, and those
who will see me will weep."
A child, while walking through an art gallery
with her' mother, was attracted by a statue or
Minerva." " Who is that ?" said she. ' My child,
that is Jlinerva, the goddess or wisdom." " Why'
didn't they make her husband, too ?" " Because
she had none, my child." " That was because
she was wise, wasn't it, mamma ?" was the artless
reply.
A touxo lady at a ball was asked by a lover o
serious poetry, whether she had' seen Crabbe's
Tales. " Wby, no," she answered, "I didn't know
that crabs had tails." " I beg your pardon, Miss,"
said he, " I mean have you read Crabbe's TalesV
"And I assure you, sir, that I did not know that
red crabs, or any other kind or crabs, had tails."
The Right Sort. An Ohio yo'uth, who desir
ed to wed the object or his affections, had an in
terview with her "parental dad," in which he
said that, although be bad no wealth worth talk
ing of, yet he was " chock- full of days' works."?
Be got tbe gift.
" Fools caught with lighted ''cigars in their
mouths will bo sbot.'ls an inscription frequently
seen on sign boards around wells and works in
the Pennsylvania oil regions.
TO LET!
1
A COTTAGE AT WAIKIET. V "
50-St Apply to Da. HILLEBBA2TD: "
JUST RECEIVED
Ex "A. J. POPE," .
AND
FOR SALE BY THE .UNDERSIGNED,
SUPERIOR
am n
COTTAG-E PIA-NOS!
From the celebrated manufacturer, A. BOND, Paris.
Shall "We Say More? Yes!
We will say they were ordered by A. II. IIAVELL,
who was well qualified to jodge of their superior
qnalUies.be being a flrst-claas masieian, and having
dealt in these Pianos for several years in Australia,
These Pianos are in beautifol Italian walnut cases,
and are in splen'did condition, having been packed in
zinc lined cases.
ALSO
TWO SUPERIOR PIANOS.
In Rosewood Cases, from the well-known house of
1IALL1ITT A CDMPSOS, Boston. Also, direct from
London per "A. J. Pope," a fine assortment of
MUSICAL IWSTEUMENTS,
seen is
JTarmoniums, Violins, Organ Concertinas,
Guitars, llolin and Guitar Strings,
Tiano Strings and Felt, Musical
Hoxes, asssorted ; Organ
Accordeons with stands,
. Tamfjorines,
Jiegulation Drunis and Tog Drums.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
Also a large assortment of
H O U SEHO.LD K URNITURE
exJbste arrivals,
Now Opening,
All of which will be sold CHEAP FOR CASII at my
Ware Rooms on Fort Street. Particulars in adver
tisement next week.
49 Sme C. E. WILLIAMS.
Just Received per A. J.
Pope from Bremen,
H
EAVY AMOSKEAG DENIMS, Fancy Flannel
Shirts. Silk Umbrcllas,,Kid Gloves,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Vinegar, in Barrels and
Demtjobns, Lpsom Salts, in casks and cases.
Castor Oil in Tins 1 gall, pints, J pints, i pints,
Ctocs, Shelled Almonds, Cream of Tartar,
French and Spanish" Olives. Huntley A Palmer's
Soda'jBi-cuits iu 1 lb tins, Wiltshire Loaf Cheese,
Edam Cheifc, Butter in tins, Lea i, Perrin's
Sauce, Stearine Candles,
2f.O Tone Beet Steam Coal,
Rifle Powder in lb cans, Fire & Arch Bricks,
Muntz Tellow Metal and nails, assorted.
Oak Boats for Coaster's use. Cut Tumblers,
Flower Pots, Market Baskets, Children's Wagons
Demijohns, from one to five gallons.
Wrapping Paper, Manila Hope, S to 1 i 1 inch,
Manila Cutting Falls, Hemp and Flax Packing,
Hoop Iron, Iron Tinned Saucepans & Tea-kettles
Superior Scotch Canvas, Xos. 0 to 5,
Oak and Pine Barrels and Hogsheads,
30,000 Gallons New Oil Shooks.
-ALSO-
A Large Assortment of Havana Cigars favorite
brands. Rum in barrelsGin in cases,
.An Assortment of Fioe Glassware, &.C., c, 4c.
For Solo toy
H. HACKFELD & Co.
47c
lm
JUST RECEIVED
Per R. O. Wylie,
From Bremen
"PlXGLISlI I'ltlNTSFancr, Purple and
French prints, fancy ; Fancy muslins ;
Victoria lawns ; Mosquito netting ;
Superior black coburgs ;
French merino and crape; Ticking;
White shirting and long cloth ;
Brown and blue cotton drills, heavy ;
Brown and bluo cottons; Hickory stripes;
Blue twilled Saxony flannels;
Imperial linens, assorted ;
White lincu .handkerchiefs ;
Turkey red and yellow handkerchiefs; ,
White jaconet handkerchiefs ;
Fancy cotton 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 II. HACKFELD A' CO.
it
Pro Bond Publico !"
m; s. grinbaum & co.,
AND IN TRANSIT,
Direct Importations
FBOM
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
T'lie Largest and
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
OX THE HAWAIIAN GROUP,
Consisting in Part of, viz tbe Celebrated
g- 33 jst tt i :isr 33
Scotch Tweed Suits I
l' Ciihmcrt, Clotli fc Drill Garments,
in alt varieties,
Complete Black Dress and Walking Suits,
Boys' White Linen Cashmere
and Cloth Suits
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Gents'.Furnishing Goods,
Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DA VIES 4 CO'S
Celebrated Patent "White Shirts,
Styled Davics A Jones, in all grades.
OTcrfelairis! OverIiirts ! Orerfclilrtsf
in Grey Flannel, Diagonal, -
Printed and Crimean.
ALL OF THESE GOODS
ARE AT '
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES!
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery !
For Gents', Ladies and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENGLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DEY GOODS
AND
Y&xilcee TVotions !
Boots and Shoes,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS.
At the Tcry lowest po&sible Price
By the original package. -
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
15-tf Makee's Block
m
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep . SMns,
(JtOXSTAXTl.T OX HAND and for Safe,
J from tha well-known i i
:WAIMEA TASSEUTrc. ICOTiEV, Prop'r
6 JA. S. CIWH9BS, Apat.
BOFFIIUOFF!
Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash !
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
J. W. WIDDIFIELD,
AVonld Coll the Attention of
PLANTERS, MERCHANTS & MECHANICS
TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HARDWARE!
PECULIARLY ADAPTED
For the Wants of the Island Trade.
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FIND IT HITCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE MB A- CALL!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
AS3IASY THINGS WILL BE SOLD
ISTot Only zxt Cost,
BUT IN MANY INSTANCES,
GREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MAKE JiOOM
FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT
or
gricultural and Other Implements,
Coming from tlic East.
The Usual Discount Made to the Trade!
Orders from the other Islands respectfully
solicited, promptly attended to and filled with care.
537" No Connection wift the Firm across the Wav.
3m 2i
JUST RECEIVES
Per R. C. Wylie.
I Q TONS BHIGI1T FENCING WIRE,
XCl 2I'00 bundles best English hoop iron, ass'd siies.
Fire bricks, square and crch ; Pipe clay ;
Fire clay ; 3 oak boats, for coaster's use ;
Black and nhite marble tiles ,
50 tons Liverpool salt; 20,000 rooting slates;
Manila rope, 200 coils, , j, 1 and I i inch ;
100 pieces Russia ravens duck,
Scotch hemp canras ; Casks sheet zinc ;
Eagle sail twine; Muntz jellow metal and nails ;
500 feet i ioch galvaniied iron pipes ;
IlunJles sheet iron, light;
West Hartley steam coal ;
Invoice of paper hangings, assorted ;
Bales corks ; Demijohns ; Market baskets;
Sugar boiler's thermometers ;
Iron tinned sauce pans and tea kettles ;
Invoice of English sTI3dlery.
Tor Sale by
39-3mc II. HACKFELD CO.
THOS. C. THRUiyi'S
STATIONERY, PERIODICAL,
NEWS 6c CUTLERY DEPOT,
AND
CIRCULATING LIBRARY!
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISER having purchased tbe interest
of Messrs. BLACK St AULD in the Stationery, News
and PeriodicarBusincss, will continue tbe same, and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap, Legal-cJp, Letter,
Note and Bdlet, and Harpers' Envelope,
Account-current and Bill I'aper,
Cloth-lined, Vellum, White, Blue,
Bun and Canary Envelopes,
Black, Copying and Writing, Violet, Bine,
Carmine and Sympathetic Inks, Fens and
Holders, Inkstands Pencils in variety.
Files cap and letter size. Letter Clips,
Paper Fasteners, Rubber, Erasers, Rulers,
' Penracks, Red Tape, Rubber Bands,
Sealing Wax, Notarial Seals, ic.
Itlanlc Books, Ledgers, .Journals,
Day, Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
Scrap, Log, Receipt and Note Books,
Penn's Letter Books, with ink,
Press Copying Books,
Drawing Paper, Blotting Paper and Boards,
Bristol Board's, Water Colors, Dominoes,
Chess nd Backgammon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper, Ac.
To the above, with a large Supply of
AMERICAN & ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY MAIL
will shortly be expected, a full and complete ass't o
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
9f celebrated makers.
Tlio Ctroulatliig Litorary
J&T Will contain Standard Works of Fiction, and
New Books will he added by every Steamer.
J. F. Smith's, Dickens', Bulwers, D'Isracli's, '
Eugene Sue's, Wilkie Collins', Marryatt's,
Miss liraildon's, Mrs. Henry Wood's,
Mrs. Ellen Wood's, Miss Mulbach's,Thackaray's,
Mrs. Grey's Victor Hugo's, T. S. Arthur's,
Pierce Eagan's, and others are now on hand.
pSX" BV THE NEXT STEAMER will be added
Anthony Tr Hope's, Amelia B. Edwards',
Annie Thomas', Mrs. Oliahant's, Geo. Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Ch". Lever's, Miss Mnllock's
Chas. Read's, and Mrs. Southwortb's, together
with all the Latest Novels.
Engraving-, Caligraphy, Stencil Cutting & Copying.
will still be attended to.
' Thankful for past favor;, the' advertiser hopes, by
strict attention to business and the wants of bis pat
rons, to meet with a continuance of the same.
VSf All orders from the Country and the other
Island;, promptly attended to, at tbe lowest Tates.
Honolulu, Sept. 27th, 1870. 3r-6m
JUST RECEIVED !
-EX-
R. C.yWYLlE FROM BREMEN
MO.VKl'Y JACKETS, Uloe Pilot Cloth
Pants,
Heavy Grey Woolen Pants,
Heavy Woolen Drawers and Oversbirts,
Iceland Jackets, Stockings and Socks,
Mittens and Comforters, for whalemen's use.
LighFlannel Coats Sacks UacK, bice, Ac,
Heavy Winter Coats, Alpaca Coats,
Cashmere Coats, Sacks and Pants, Vests,
Cravats, India Rublar Coats, Hickory Shirts,
Damask Table Covers, Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Blankets bine, scarlet, white, green and grey,
Lnbin'ii Extract!, I2au le CoIo;?He,
Burlaps, Linen Thread black and white,
Twist Sewing Silk, Cotton Thread,
Brown Cotton Socks, White Cotton Stockings,
White and Fancy Cotton Shirts,
Superior White Linen Bosom Shirts,
Brown, White and Pink Cotton Umlerlhirts,
Jleavy Menno Undershirts, Saddle Girths,
Mixed Cotton Soeka, Playing Cards, Ac,
Large Assortment of Cutlery,
AN INVOICE OF STATIONER? AND BLANK BOOKS.
Stearine Candles assorted, Palm Oil,
Camphor, Wrapping Paper, Gold Leaf,
Bath Brick. Water Monkeys.
A I-.are Invoice otfCrocUery, .
French Calf Skins, French Chocolate, "
Loaf Sugar, Children's Willow Carriages,
Ultraaanne mat, e. e.
For Sale by
H. HACKFELD A CO.
THEOD. C. HEUCK
. HAS RECEIVED
BT THE -
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLIE,
Ilaltermann,
: Master,
FKOM GERMANY,
-A SPLENDID-
SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
CONSISTING OF-
ENCLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
DRY GOODS!
JFANCY GOODS!
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery,
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
Snflrtlery, Groceries,
Paintsi and Oils,
Wall Paper,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER,
qts k pts Deetjen AaSchrooder's Star brand.
Best French Clarets and Brandy,
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin,
in cases and in bulk.
Sparkling- Hock, In quarts and plnta,
Port lVIne, Host's 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 Large Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safes,
AND
A Variety of Other Articles,
m
Too Numerous to Mention,
Suitable for Town and Country Trade
"fS- For Sale on the most'Reasonable Terms.
. JaV
2ALS0
On liand!
jJ-cMUKHAY'S Fresh Oysters,
No. I Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddy?
Manila Rope I, 2, 2 and 3 inches,
Havana Cigars the best in the market,
Swiss, California and Limbnrg Cheese,
. Boies Salad Oil;Century A Forest, RoseTobacco;
New Styles of Ladies'.jpimmed Hats,
Gents' Furnishing Ooods, American, Ae, Ao5
For Sale Clieap,
at the Store of
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Fort Street.
Honolulu, Sept. 14th. 1870. 35-tf
FALL. TRADE 18T0
Best A I Hawaiian
a MESS BEEF, m
PACKED BY"
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
"and warranted.
T The abore Beef is packed by an experienced
Butcher, enrol in Liverpool Salt, and packed in
Turk's Island Salt. The best rtferescte ean be
giren. For tale in quantities to unit by
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolulu, Sept. 14th, 1870.' 35-6m
C. W. GREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Leleo, Manufacturers and Setters
In all kinds of Soap,
Beef, Muttosf
and Goat
.lauow wanted
OEee, 30 Fort Eai rjbere orders will kafrmniTrd
aud promptly, atisodsd to.
AT WHOLESALE-
AND
RETAIL!
-BY-
CASTLE & COOKE,
-
w Consisting In Part of
Fines'White all Wool 4-1 Flannel!
Finest White all Wool A Angola White Flannels,
Good Grey and White all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting,
Thompson's Gloje-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 Taper,
White Ruled Luid Leaf. Letter and Bill Paper,
White, Cuff and Amber and Letter and Note
Enrelopes,
Payson's Indelibje.and Carter's Copying Ink,
Artists' A Book-keepers' Flexible Rulers,
Smith A Wesson's Pistols Cartridges,
Hair Girths, Stirrups a Leathers,
Spanish Trees, Cronpers and Bridles,
Oak Belting. Street Broems,
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Itnllnn Pncltlnsr lnce Leather,
Paints, Oils, &c.
White Zinc A Lead, in 1, 2 a 25 tt containers
Paris and Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Umber, Sienner,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladders of Pntty,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and Furniture Varnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills;
Axe. Pick, Sledge, Ada, Hoe, Oo,
Hammer 'A Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks,
Coopers' Tools,
Croxers, ilowels, and- Chamfering Knires,
Carpenter's Planes,
Fore, Smooth, Jack A Jointers,
Cut Nails, 3,4, 6, 8, 10, 12,20,30,40, SO and
60d, Boat Nails, 1, U, 1 a 2 Inch,
Pressed Nails. 2 a 2i inch.
Cooper's Rivets, 4. 7 a S lbs,
Copper Rirets a Burs, i, ,
i a i inch, Gimp Tacks,
Iron a Copper Tacks of all sites.
Best Rubber nose, , . 1, 1 a 2 inch,
Centrifugal, Varnish, Paint, White-Wash
"and Scrub Brushes, Cor'd Tin Pails,
i, 1, 2, 3, 4, C, 8. 10 a 12 quarts.
Covered Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Jenning'sbits, soldering irons, T hinges, steels.
Hammers, Gauges, Squares, Chisels,
" Augers, Sieves, Lime Squeezers,
Yard Sticks, Bung Starters, Axes,
Shovels, Spades, Oos, Lanterns,
Eagle Horse, A and 0 Plows and
' rointr, Paris Tlows, extra heavy and Strong,
Protoxide of Iron, Pain Killer,
Poland's White Fine "Compound,
Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc.
Do-wiicr's Kerosene Oil,
From the Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
A 1.1. TO BE SOLD LOW,
33 3m
BANK EXCHANGE.
milE UNDERSIGNED beg to notify the
I public that they have re-opened the abuve well-
iknown ana popular Suloon, nnere will always oe
found an assortment or tne
Best Wines, Liquors and Ales,
that the market affords, and customers may he assur
ed that they will find an experienced bar-tender, and
every attention to their comforts.
The Billiard Room, which is the largest and coolest
In the city, contains
THREE SUPERIOR BILLIARD 1TABLES!
With all the Latest Improvements.
G. C. SIDEfiS. 1
J. C. CLUNEY,lProPr'el"
Honolulu, Sept. 27, 1870. 37-3mo
BARTLETT SALOON,
ivilx.ia:ti hughes,
Corner of Hotel ami Fort Streets,
THE CHOICEST AND BEST OF ALES. WINES
and Spirits always to be found at the Bar. 22-ly
VOLCANO HOUSE,
CRATER OF KIIADEA. HAWAII.
mTIUS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW gss
opt-n for th reception of vUitors to tljo Volcano
House, wtiomfty rely on nndinzcomfurtable rbums, a good
table, and prompt attendance. Experienced guides fur the
Crater always un hand.
STEAM AND SULPHUR BATHS !
Horses Grained and Stabled if Desired.
CIIAItGES REASONABLE.
Parties visiting the Volcano via Itllo, can proenre animals
warranted to make the-Journey, by I). II. IJitciicock, Esq.
37 IJ7J
PHOTOGRAPHS!
,11. DICKSON has fitted an
Iti.- r?ti t at a
OT side, between King and Hotel Sti.
and is now prepared to take Pic
tures of any desired style or size.
IMand Views fur Sale. iZ-Ume
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
JUST RECEIVED !
And For Solo' Toy
HENRY 1. NOLTE,
Cor. Queen &. Nuuanu treets,
Direct from the Manufacturers!
.EX HAWAIIAN BARK "R. C. WYLIE"
Tlao Pinoat iVss CDi-tira oiXt
OF
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Ever Imported Into this Market,
AND WHICH
HE OFFERS AT REASONABLE RATES.
11 Blj
GEOCEREES ! GROCERIES ! !
Quick Sales and Small Profits!
-AT-
RYAN'S RAILROAD STORE-
32 Cor. Xuuanu and Judd Streets.
6a
PHOTOGRAPHY
Improvement is the Order of tko.Day.
tVaVISG CONSTRUCTED A NEW SKYLIGHT,
XX and made various other improvements, t hope
now to be able to suit the most fastidious with
A Photograph of any Size,.
From a. Crystal to a Mammoth,, taken in the Best
Style of Art, sad on the most reasonable tnsi.
Jso, for sale, views of the Ulsads, Portrait oj
the Kings, Qaeeni, sd otsnr SitMm!h-
mi
For Victoria, B. O.
s .
4 Thr BrllWh Brig . j " .
ROBERT COWAN
AVEEKS, Matter,
naVta the rrtatr pi of hr carpi ngred, -wttt hart
IMMEDIATE DISPATCH for the aeon port. lor frsot
or passage apply to
49-Stc WALKKg A AtUgf, Areata
The. North Pacific XraBspertHlIeK
Company's
SAN FRANCISCO & HOXdULU Lit
r
fiEjjS Tie Company's Splendid Steamship
HMOSES TAYLOR,
R. S. FLOYD, ... CotnmancUr,
Will Leave San I- rimcluc
On or about . i.Jaa nary liti
1VIU Leave Honolulu. , r
On or about....... . January 26th
Freight for Ean Francisco will be received at tbe
Steamer's Warehouse, and receipts for the same,
given by the undersisned. Ho charge for storage
or cartage. Fire Bisks in Warehouse, sot Uknrby
th Company.
Liberal Advances Made on all Shlf
menlM per Steamer.
Insurance zuaranteed at Lower Bates than by Sail
ing Vessels. Particular care taken of Sbipmrntj of "
Fruit.,
All Orders for Goods to be purchased in San Fras
Cisco will be received, and filled by return of Steamer.
jr-Shipments from Europe and the United Statej,
intended for these Islands, will be received by the
Company in San Francisco.il consigned to theni.and
be forwarded by 'their Steamc4to Honolulu, Fsuui
or Charge, except actual outlaj.
jJSB" Passengers are requested to take their tiekaU
before I! o'clock on the day of sailing, and to pro
cure their Passports. $
jjiT-AI! Bills against the Steamer must be pre
sented before two o'clock on the day of sailing, or
they will have to lay over till the return or tha
Steamer for settlement.
I-3m II. HACKFELD A CO., Agents.
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEAllNi
fvpSns The California, ISevr Zealand
MlHifiti anil Auatraltau 3111 Line of
Mcam l'acKcll
The Splendid Steamships f
WONCA WONG A,
1450 tons Stewart, Corn's;
CITY of MELBOURNE, "
1300 tons T. Grainger, CoriVr,
Will run regnlarly between Honolulu and the abovs.
ports, connecting at Honolulu with the Xorth Pacific
Transportation Co'a Steamers.
A0E3TS AI
Hosoi.oi.d... - .. W. 1. OKEEX.
Aucklaso.. CBHICKSIIANK. SMART A CO.
SrnxEr... .H. U. HALL, U. S. Consul.
14 3a
For Kona and Kau.
03 Tom Register, Ilcnrj- Kngllab, 3Iaater't
Will ion as a regular packet to Kona and Kan.
51-3M DOWSETTA CO.. Agents.
For Kohala, Hawaii.
Schr. Active, 3L..
P. JIKLI.IS1I Master.
THE CLIPPER KETCH
Will ,n n -..-!. - n.MV. n !.- 11
For freight or passage apply to
l-3m WALKER A ALLEN. Agents. .
Regular Packet for Wolokai.
Schr. Pauahi, dUSk.
I1AL.I.1STKH, JXaatcr,
Will run a sa regular packet between Honolulu '
and Molokal, tcuching at Kaunakakai and Pukoo.,
For freight or passage apply to tbe Captain on
board or
l-Sm II. FREXDEROAST. Agent.
WINES AND LIQUORS!-
I.N WELL SELECTED ASSOIlTjaEST,
Consisting of:
Holland Oin, In eases. French Cognao in eases.
Old Port and Sherry in cases,
Genuine Hock Wine.
Fine French Bordeaux Wines
French Claret,
Genuine Heidsick Champagne!
In quarts and pints.
All of uhkh an of Superior Quality, and For Sal
IN BOND OH DUTY PAID,
18-Imo At F. A. SCHAEFER A CO'S.
From Europe and America-Direct.
A Fine Assortment of Genuine Drugs
taftd Medicines, and Finest Toilet Articles, bf
late arrivals, for instance:
Dandelion Ditters. Citrate of Magnesia,
Elixir or Hydrate Chloral, pure Ulyeerlne,
Tasteless Seidliti Powders, Capsules, (French.)
Crossnian's Specific. Camphor, sugar-coated Pills,
Carbolio Aeid, Syringes, Trusses,
Arnica, Court-Plaster, etc., etc.
Also New black (not injurious.) Nipples, IVR.,
Powder Boxes, highly scented P irder.
lieit Tootb-bruihes, ilsir-brusbes. Combs;
Tonth-Paste and Powder. Pastilles.
Cosmetics, (black and while.) Hand-mirrors,
Smelling Salts in rot-glass bottles.
Aromatic Vinegar for headache. Cachons.Soiodont
Genuine Farina Cologne, Sne Purses, '
Finest Perfumery, and Parisian Blajie de perl for
eautifying the slinjetc?,. tVt.
None but the best ArticleTlor tUi by , s
E. HOFFMANN. M. D.
TOBACCO, TOBACCO!
A Fine Lot Of Tobacco
LATELY RECEIVED
Ex Bk Stirling, fin;Ne York
!
IN 1-4, 1-2 AND 1-10.
Carefully Selected for the Trade
FOB SALE IX SOXD OB JDCTT- VAID, '
43-lmc At F. A. SCHAEFER A CO'S.
CHAMPAGNES,
WINES AND
DRAUCHT ALE.
CASKS RHINE TVIME,
: Fivo hogsheads Tennant's draught alt.;
Fire hogsheads Hitchinsons draught ala ;
Heidsieki champagns, o.uarts and pints, warrsat
ed genuine ;
Sagot A Co's. champagne, qnait and pints, wsr
rsnted genuine;
Ruiuart Pexe A Fil champagne, quarts, warrant
ed genuine, .jt 3
- lit
MfllACKFELD A CO
Honolulu iaoir voiig co.
OS AND AFTER JANIUKV , 71
our prises fcr Iron will be as follow
lei uv at q a 2"-.
Lif ht Medium Bar Iron
TIYS-AXB-A-BALV
fg.rak lb.
-.si
3tMT
pilfer ijfciM

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