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Foreign ' News.
" Jannuy Jlth. The columns operating
ti agalnatCbauzy drove him within a mile ol Le Midi
aQer a series of engagements, capturing one cannon
. a izralllease, and 200 prisoners. . " f
Werdert loss at Vlllersciel was BOO.
Loxdox, January 11th. A balloon from Paris on
the evening of the 10th brings the following.'
Thousands of balls fell within the outskirts of Fa
ris In all directions during the night, killing some
women and children, etriklne ambulances, churches,
museums, and schools. The population are more
than erer resolute. Troehn nil! not capitulate. J
auuucau, .January iiiu. ue juuuwiux is
clal. The Germans, ou the 10th, redocbled their
efforts against Chanty, who, pressed on all sides, re
tired to his original -positions. The action was hot
ly disputed, one brigade rEslstlng six hours. The
losae are cooslderablc on both sides.
Bourbakl commanding the Army of the East, tele
graphs, be passed Tuesday night, driTlng the enemy
lrom Vlllersexel and Lure. c
Loxdox, January 12t h. 7alah erbc , 1 n rp rl&ed the
German rear guard, killing thirty, and taking fifty
nine prisoners. Ho lost none. The French- hire
Loxdox, January 12. There was an explosion at
tbe Ecmshatr Colliery, nearSbefileld, to-day. Twen"
ty-one persons were killed and nice Injured,
Loxdox, January 12th. Ubaugbow, the Chinese
Ambassador, reached Alexandria 'on Tuesday, going
Loxdox, Jenntry 12lh. A letter from Berlin, Jan
vary 10th, says orders are issued that French officers
who escaped lrom their places of confinement In Ger
many, ehall, upon recapture,- belrealed aa convicts.
The Tima special from Berlin says Count Bismarck
repudiates the article In the Versailles Montteur on
the subject of the defences of England.
A special from Berlin to the London Tima says,
Prussia, seeing the antagonism on the part of Aus
tria to the wishes of the Czar on the question of the
Euxlne, Is endeavoring to effect a postponement of
the London Conference.
The same correspondent mentions a report that
Turkey Is wlllog to dispense with action by the
rowers on the subject.
A Brussels dispatch of the 11th aaya the result of
ten days bombardment ol the nine forts and seTen
Fnuch batteries, between the lorts, is that no aeri
ous damage has been done, and not a eingle gun
dismounted. But 320 Germans were killed and
wounded. Mount Atron was swept by a French
fire, and the Germans eracuated the position. The
guns at Clalrmont reach the Inralidcs and Champ
a-arts aavices oi me bin say sbells arc falling on
Aloatmirtre, and persons have been killed In the
Church St. Sulplce
Losbox.January 12. A large fire is raging within
VesSSuxs, January 10th. The ground Is coV"
Iajus, January 6tb, Yla Balloon. -The Beds' Kcvo-
Intionary posters declare the GoTernmcntto be cow
ardly and incompetent, and claim that the people
are starred while favorite soldiers arc overfed. The
posters were torn down by the Government agents.
Londox, January 11th. The Tribune correspond
ent at Versailles writes that batteries have been ad
vanced a thousand pace nearer d'Issy and Vanvrcs.
La Verile says shells arc falllugln the Luicmbourg
The population demaud that the Government make
.changes they want a fighting General instead of
A correspondent at Tarls, on the 9th, writes that
. the rity has been bombarded for three days; shells
ar. tailing throughout the District ol Autcuil, and
through the Hotel dea Iuvalidesaod the Pantheon.
The damage is alight, aud but few civilians have been
killed. It moral effect is cucouraglngT There is a
onm-real demand for a morc.encrguticjjollry.
Loxdox, January 12th. The Grand" DutSTbf Meck
lenburg telegraphs to the Duchess as follows:
"Alter crossing the Rivulet of Uounc, on Tues
day, we fonght on the next day a hot but victorious
battle at Lombcn and La Chapellc, taking nearly 10,
090 prisoners. Our loss was Inconsiderable, AVe
are advancing on Le Mans."
Loxdos, January 12lh. The Berlin correspondent
of the London Times writes that the Idea of a gene
ral occupation of France, by the German forces has
beta abandoned; portions only of the French terri
tory will be held. The French Government, he says,
is no lunger able to borrow money.
Loxdox, January 12th. The ship Crc-sccnl, of
Havana, was run into the Mersey and sunk. Several
f Lit crew are nilsslnz.
Bordeacx, January 13th. A general battle was
f ught on the 11th under the walls of Le Mans. -The
Uermans attacked the French "Army of the Loire,
ai.'ng the whole line. Gesoral Jeureiibury, fj who
commanded the right wing of the French, held his
positwa en the right bank of 4the Sartbc, and Gen
eral Coralea on the left and centre. They fought des
perately lor lii hoars ; the French maintained their
position. The Prussian losses arc estimated at 1S,050
killed and wounded. The French losses arc unknown,
A later dispatch says " make this read : Prussian
fureea engaged estimated at 18,000 instead of Prus
sian lontt estimated at 18JMW," but as Chauiy is
said U hare an army of 200,000, and the attack was
along the whole line, the correction seems absurd.
Viesiili.es, January 12th. There was fighting
near Z Mans on Wednesday. The Germans cap
lured the suburbs of Champagne and Chateau Arche,
'with acres pieces of artillery. The number of prii
' users taken, on the day before, has swelled to 000.
Lexnox, January ISth. The Army under General
Chaaty was completely defeated near Le Mans, by
the'Eeeocd German Army, commanded'by Prince
Frederick Charles and Grand Duke Mecklenburg.
The Germans occupied Le Mans, capturing large
qsaulHies of supplies' and war material.
The French are being pursued.
Beaux, January 11th. The reinforcements now
ca theirjjWay U Join the German armieV In France,
and these in readiness to go, number 200,000 men,
thai raising the German force to one million.
Versailles, January 11th In the East VontVer-
der is following up the rielory after the .battle of
VSIertexel by acontiuued movement on the left flank A
of the French, meeting with no opposition.
ManteaffeJ pawed through Versailles on his way to
Usnaciand in the East.
' JoxDOX, January 13th. The Timet to-day has the
rale-wing special dispatch : ,
"VtneiJla, January 12th Evening. The bom
bardment was beary this afternoon.
ySecral files were seen within the French lines.
' "The Prussians are crowding in front of GlamartO!
and Men doc.
A picket was surprised near CI am arte by a sortie.
"The French hare erected sew batteries."
Veesailles, January 10th. The supply of aramu
ailiest will tart for eighteen days from to-day, and
the rarresder of Paris is believed to be certain beforo
General Vlnoy lately reviewed the troops outside
the aEs, The soldiers cried "La paUi!'tJV(aoy
replied: " JLu tcnlrain; jt ckcitir reu cotdairr na
t .LoxDox, January 13th. .VdKpateh from Brurseli
alfo-day, says that'peace negotiations now pending at
1 XyeniLiHes are to befdlicutfed at the London, finfer
aee. t jA?f'- ',,"s'' "'"
General Ciiniy, fu the battles b'f thelOtu and lith J
. . J . ,n , ' J . ' i
lied two corps engaged, and 60,000 men reserved.
A gnat battle is reported to bare taken place yes-
Lassos, January Ulh. A Vienna dispatch of the
l:Ui aaya Aojtrii irill initiate, peace, and proposals
for. a Ce&Iertac an welcomed bjr BerssteSi - The.
prdisUaaxtes are that Franca shall'snrrcnder twenty
war aUptg one thoosiaoVinUlion thaler aod a, strip
of land foersuiu bfoad'oa lie feftialaVftnc-Bliuie,
ul destroy ail-tha forta within twenty fciUts cf the
v -Bbtae. Frsftia Is to guarantee two million rations
to Paris dally. ,
A Ioimi, Jaasaiy lllh-The ejryjBer,. Ifenry '
Attiir UrrH)!e explosion ocenrred in a coIUuy ii.1
jieweastle, Stsfordahtrej twenty persons were killed i
Tt Britiih Foreign. Otic baa received telegram j
ditpatcbei from tie lejaticn at Pekin, to Eccomber'i
31st, There harebeen no further troubles, and ad-
rices from the Chinese ports are satisfactory.
Loxdox, January 13th 30 a. . A Ulegram
juil received from Versailles brings he important
sews that tbeiDisea'and countermine! around Mont
Valerein are in such close proximity that a collision
is momentarily expected. . . .
r- Digpateli from IloarbaaUr
Bordeaox, January 14th. Bourbaki, command
ing the Army of the East, telegraphs that he passed
Tuesday night driving Ibetn'etny from Villeireiel and
Lille. The Army of the Xorth has advanced beyond
Eofleux. ' "
M Aetlrtty In the BrllUU Dockyard.
. Loxdoji, January 13th 3:30 r. Extraorduaary
efforts an being made la place the entire British navy
in a seaworthy condition, line work npon all snips
sow in course of construction or repair at the dock
yards has been ordered pressed to completion' by the
Continental .Demand for Specie.
Loxdox, January 13th. Pixley's circular, just is
sued, expresses the opinion that the Continental de
mand for specie must last until the elose of the pres
ent month, after which overland shipments will sat
Loxdox, Jan. 11th. The bombardment of the
fortifications of Paris on .the sortheast and; south
sides Is vigorously kept up. AH day Tuesday the
French returned a feeble fire.
Beklix, , Jan. 11th. The Queen has received. the
following despitch from Boyal Headquarters 12
'Tersafffei, JanTlOth. Owing to the snow storm
the heavy fire of the bombardment is slower to-day
'Peronne has capitulated with 3,000 prisoners.
'General Werder defeated Bourbaki on the 9th
south of Vesoult ; he took 00 prisoners."
Versailles. Jan 10th. The French work at Bill-
aneonrt is reported devastated. ,
Fort Kogcnt has recommenced firing
In Fort d'Issy 14 guns have been dismounted.
Some shell have been thrown into the Paris and
Lyons railway station, and it is reported that, the
Hospital Inralides has been hit.
None of the forts have yet been reached ;' their eap
ture involves -an advance in open field.
Paris will fail by hunger and weariness ; sever by
an artillery fire, even such as has been witnessed.
Scencbt in tub Nbtberlasds. Tlie country is
a saturated delta like that of tbe Fo, nliile Brtipes,
Ghent, Antwerp, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Hapne
and Utrecht, through their riTcrs, canals, sea and at
mosphere, rcsemhle Venice. Here, as at Venice,
nature has made man a colorist. Observe the differ
ent aspect of thingsaccording as you are in adrj
country like Frorence and the ncIgbborhooS of
Florence, or ou a wet plain like the Netherlands.
In the dry country the line predominates, and at
once attracts attention; the mountains cut sharp
against the sky, with their stories ol architecture of
grand and noble style, all oblccls nroieclincr ud-
ward In the limpid sir in varied prominence. Here
the low horizon is without interest, and the con
tours of objects are softened, blended and blurred
out by the imperceptible vapor with which the at
mosphere is always filled ;-that -which predominates
Is the spot. A cow pasturing, a roof In the centre
of a Held, a man (caning on a parapet appear as one
tone umong other tones. The object emerges; it
ocs not stait suddenly out of iU surroundings as if
punched out; you are struck by Its modeling, that
is to say, by the different degrees of advancing lam!.-
nonsness and the diYcrsefrradalions of melting color,
which transforms its general tint into a relief, and
gives to tbe eye a sensation of thickness. Tou
would have to pass many days In this country in
order to appreciate this subordination ol the line to
tbe spot. A blush or gray vapor is constantly rising
from tbe canals, tbe rivers, the sea, and from .the
saturated soil; a universal haze forms a soft gauze
over objects, even iu the finest weather. FJjing
scuds, like thin, half-torn whito drapery, float over
thu meadows night and morning. I have repeatedly
stood on the quays of tbe Scheldt contemplating the
broad, palcid and slightly rippled water, on which
float the dark hulks. The river shines, aud on Its
flat surface tbe bazy light reflect here and there un.
teady scintillations. Clouds ascend constantly
around tbe horizon, their pale, leaden hue and their
motionless files suggesting an army of spectres, the
spectres of the humid soil, like so many phantoms,
wajs revived and bringing back the eternal 6bow-
crs. Toward the setting1 enn they become rnddy,
hlle their corpulant masses, trelliscd all over with
gold, remind one of the damascene copes, the bro
caded elmarres and the embroidered silks with
which Jordaens and Rubens envelop their bleeding
martyrs and their sorrowful madonnas. Quite low
down on tbe sky the sun seems an enormous blaze
subsiding into smoke. On reaching Amsterdam or
Oslcnd the impression again deepens; both sea and
sky have no form; the fog aud interposed showers
leave nothing to remember but colors. The water
changes in hue every half hour now of a pale wine
tinge, now of a chalky whiteness, now yellow like
Boltcncd Mortar, now black like liquid soot, and
sometimes of a sombre purple stripped with dashes
of green. Alter a few days' experience jou find tint
in such a nature only grrdations, contrasts and har
monies, in short, the value ot tunes Is of any Import
ance. It. Talne.
Wao tiie Frasc-Tiredbs ahe, and What thet
do. The war dispatches frequently bring news of
the operations of the Franc-Tireurs In France,
against the Prussians. The following account of
these men Is given by a correspondent of the Tima:
"One thing is certain, that the Frauc-Tireurs
bare become a most important clement in this war,
not so much from tbe number of the enemy they
may kill off with pot-6hots, but from the serious In
terruption they canse to that system of tentacular
Keling-of the far-distant, surrounding country, so
to speak, which has been one of tbe essential fea
tures of this marvelous German Invasion of France.
The Uhlans, sent forward aa tdaircurt, SO, 40, 50
miles ahead, and In various directions, duly support
ed by others connecting them with the armies from
which they radiate, while severally Insignificant in
force, have been a great fact and a potent influence
in all this war. They have spread alarm In all di
rections. They have raised the qui live and minors
of the presence of the Prussians at a dozen points
when there would be really danger only on one.
They have felt their way, illuminated the whole
country around and in advance with a clearer than
the electric light, haTC prepared for the approach
where tbe approach was really to take effect, and
lave extensively requisitioned where it was not to
take effect. It has been an admirable, Ingenious and
skillful, as well as audacious system, against which
the French, in their first paralysis of disarmament
and helplessness, and want of Individual initiative,
bad nothing to oppose. H . -
"The Franc-Tireurs have grown intoagreat.se-',
riant, and regular Institution. They arc all uni
formed, la A thousand fashions, but distinctly and
unequivocally.- -They are regularly commissioned
and brigaded, and responsibly attached to the
armies ol tbe regions In which they operate and
swarm. When captured, tbey can not conceal or
disavow their character. Why have they not a right
to serve and defend their country, thns invidcd.ln
thi ttay aa-well.as In any other f Why 'haTerthe"!
Hanuenng,iar-peneiraung u mans, (splendid corps,)
who move' audaciously' in twos, and fours, and
dozens, inyjight to greater lmmuolHes tban'Jhey?
When an Invaded country has lost Us Marshals, and
Generals, and armlet, as France hii done, In mode
and through 'causes not 'now ln.qucstlon, why bas
it not a rigtf thusOo naUffnalize, -ercn tojindivid
ualize, Its defensive Vealftince f .And yet; I Under
stand the Prussians go on shooting every-Franc-Tircnr
off-band as last aa they catcbihem.' A great
military mistake, In my Jaagnieit.lJJ'
The very peril Bakes tbe tterrlec, more. honora
ble. It attracts all. the tnore dating and devoted
class of meaj Jt raskea item mora "desperate and
unyielding ifrtuetteid; It supports hexa under pri
vation; Jt ifcsrpens. their aim, and-lt matesthem
sell their Urea more dearly when tbey find them-
selves In sitMtlons from Vblch there is no-eacape.
The Prussians are naturally as well as morally wrong
od .thi polnt..I..baroMen ose-Frane-Tirasra,)
xlothcd la a antform tetoBU'ad bccolorcd al-
raost like the well-known gefi-dYnnc&, An army la j
not a nation f I httTC aaatained thta argameat
ogainsfc nigs ucrinaa muiiarj aumoniiea ai v err.
sallies, and elsewhere. I always foad thesi'sere
trat obetiasvte trader it."
Ex "A. J. POPE,. .
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
COTTAGE PIA-ISrOS! "
From the celebrated manufacturer, A. BOND, Paris.
Shall "We Say More? Yes!
We will sar ther were ordered by A. II. HAVELL,
who was well qnalified to juage oi ineir superior 1
qualities, he being a first-class musician, and having
dealt in these Pianos for several years In Australia,
These Pianos are in beautiful Italian walnut case,
and are in splendid-condition, having been packed in
zine lined cases.
TWO S1TPSRIOR FXAXTOS.
In Rosewood. Cases; from tba well-known house of
HALLETT A CUMPSON, Boston. Also, direct from
London per "A. J.,Pope," ji fine assortment of ,
Harmoniums, Violins, Organ Concertinas,
Guitars, violin and Uuitar, bnngs,,f
"-' JTinno Strings and JFbit 3filsieat
JBoxes, asssortcd ; Organ
Accordeons xclth stands,
, t Tamborirics, ,' ; . "
Regulation" Drums arid Toy Drums.1-
Alo a large assortment of
... , BX LATE AP.IUVALS,
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jar. BTTHE NEXT STEAMER wiU be added
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COFFIN TACKS, SCREWS, PLATES AND HANDLES,
A full Assortment.
CARTER'S COPYING INK;!
In pints and quarts.
Crust Stands, .Electro Plated, . -
' Wrongnt Staples for Wire Fencing,
The Real Manila Cordage, ,,!, 13, 15. 1, 2 inch.
The Real "Baling Bope, two ttrand. .
one -wishing to get DRY GOODS at a Bargain will
Balance of our Stock of Casaimeres, Ilorrock s White
i tyost received; Fancy Wool "Table Cloths,- Wttte Toilet Table Co-era. "White Flannel, Black
Mohair Lustre, Lace Mosquito Netting, Spool Cottons. Sewing Needles, Linen and
' : ' SUk Shoe Lacings, THOMPSON'S OLOYX,FIITING Q0R3ETS, Brawn Tf -s
Linen Table Damask-, Furniture Damaefc 'and GlmnBet-Whit'' -- '
.. Liaca Frntink,JTlentsr "White Linen HandkerehiefirT , ,
These witS the TtoTuaEd and One things not
D I L L I NiC
EF.unsrBfS Jloo rri s
TO.jjET, at Mra.y Thrnm'sj
No., ?S King S tret U- 43-1 ye
Corner' of Houi and Fart Stnetc
mHB CHOICEST AND BEST. OF ALBS., WIXBS
J. sad Spirits'sieajs fo be found at the Bar.' 22-ly
to matct; money.
Two-Pence Earned I
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DIES, full assortment, the largest will cut up to 2 in.
asortmenl 01 American JIAUUiKJj UUL.1S.
Rims, from 1 to 2 inch. Axles, half patent and
Best Mortieed Elm Hubs, from 3x6 to 9x12.
Large Mule Collars and Harness,
Flow and Horse Cart Harness,
Trace Chains, &c., &c.
UNIVERSAL STEEL PLOWS,
D Handled Ronnd Pointed Spades and Shovels,
Long Handle Spades and Shorels,
Hay and Manure Forks, OOS. best Cast Steel
Etoel, Iron and Wooden Bakes,
Scythes and Snaths, Ox Bows, H, If, 2 inch,
Ox Chains, Log Chains,
Dog Chains, Monkey Chains.
WOODEN HANDLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Looks, a great variety of every kind
HEAVY BRASS SHIP BUTTS,
Copper Bods, from 1-4 to 1 14 in. for Bolts,
Square and Octagon, from 1 to 1 in.
WIRE Bright, Iron, Brass and Copper, from No, 1
to No. 24 ; Wire for Fencing, No. 4 to 8.
Cedar Tabs and Pails, Brass and Iron Hooped, all sizes
Painted Wooden Tubs and Pails.
Galvanized Iron Tubs and Pails, asst'd sites.
LAMP BLACK, VERMILLION, (China,)
PUMICE STONE, Lump and Powdered,
Rotten Stone, Soap Stone, Gum Shellac, etc.
Platform, different sizes.
Platform, Tea Spring Balances,
Steel Yards, Chatillon's Scale Beams.
MILLS, Coffee, large assortment.
MILLS, Spice, Corn or Wheat,
Crowbars, all sizes, 20 to 60 lbs.
Horso Hoes, Cultivators, Eagle Plows,
No. A. 2 and 20.
95 King Street,
- X IM Ufcl
Guhs, Powder, Shot of all
Percussion Caps, IJIej-'ti Itcst,
100 to 100,000. CHEAP FILES, all sites and kinds.
3Sy Piece or Bale. .
Byam's 8 Card Matches!
Brown Cottons by tbe Piece or Bale.
Henry's Carbines and Eifles, Parlor Hifles,
Cartridges fer HenryV.Rifias,.tbe "Parlor Rifles' '
,; - ami llerolrars,
THE EEAL SAVANA CIGAES !
A few thousand of whfch we will close out
' Cheap by the lot.
uiacK noun for Bhip s Use,
raleioun, Jto.- liCausbafioda.-
pleat Call fma)eVtately,nwehihrta e1?i
Cotton, aud other brands. Furniture Prints,
merjtioned.' - will te Sold by
HVA M C O . ;
PfO.tSS KIXG STREET.
CHATEB, OP KnAtJEAjf HAWAII
THIS "ESTABliTSHHEST IS HOW A
open for the reeef4i0aoTjakorsto taa Tolcano
Ilmue, wbommj relyoa flaAiSK'coeiCjctaMe rooms, a good
table, aail promptattendftaoft. Szperteaced xaMesJrtb
iaatti aftwoaifcaad..' 7"l,;,v it. -
jf '"fKAXAlfB. glTLPHS., BATHS I
".; Sana 8 raja si us jubj4. If Btalrad.
euAAmsm TtiMifaiiniarr-iT xi-i
J titt &nP I'Wl
THE0D. G. HEUCK
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLIE,
SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CAKE
EXPEESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
ENCLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery,
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
Snl tilery, Groceries,
1'nIntH and Oils,
GEEHAN PALE ALE & POBTEB,
qts a pts Deetjen A Schrooder's Star brand.
Best French Clarets aud Brandy,
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin
in cases and in bulk,
Sliarlillufj Iloclf, In quarts and pints,
Iort Wine, Heir's Malt Extract
Ladies9 and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of tbe best mako snd 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,'
A Variety of Other Articles,
Too Numerous to Mention,
Suitable for Town and Country Trade
$3f For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
No. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddy,
Manila Rope li, 2, 2J and 3 ipches,
Uarana Cigars tbe" best in tbe market,
Swiss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boxes Salad OU ; Century A Forest, Roio Tobacco;
New Styles of Ladies' Trimmed 'Hats.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ae, Ac,
For Sale Cheap,
at the Store of - -
THEOD. cl HEUCK,
r, , , , Fort Street.
Jionoiuiu, sept, lltn, loTv. 35-lf
FAIiLi TRADE 1870
C BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
xueaooTeneei u packed by aa exaMaaced
V Itx '- - f
Butcher, enrol la Lirercoo Rait. mj
Turk's. Island Salt. Tbe belt reeneeTeaT
giren. For sale la quantities to suit by. , ,
TIIEOD. ,0 HSHCK,
HoEoloJu, Sept-Jttb, tSit-U-tm
C. W. CREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap, Works,
i1 k"ff S?- Xtritofl, aad aSal
Htt naM be wk
W prwapiiy attested to
MEKCff iNDISE, &G,
"FL ETA lis !'!
BT x " -
CASTJLE & COOKER
Contiaiisg ia Part of
Finest White all Wool 4-t Flannel.' '
Finest Whit all Wool AAngoImW&itaFUnnali,
-Good Gray and Whit all-Wool .
Flannels , 10x4 Bleached Sheeting,
Thompson's GIore-Fitttng ConeW, '
Amoskeag Denims, Jeans, Drill aad
.Bleached and Unbleached Cattoaa. . , .-..
A Snr astt of Statiotwr,;'
Water Lined Note Paf er. ,
White Ruled Note Paper. "
White Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter andBBl:Pr,
White, Caff and Amber mi Letter and Not
Pay son's Indelible, and Carter's Copying Ink,
Artists' A Book-keepers'' Flexible Rolen;'
Smith Wesson's Pistols Cartridge,, t
Hair, Girths, Stirrups a Leathers,
Spanish Trees. Croupers and Bridles,
Oak Belting, Street Brooms,
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Italian Pacifism I.ace leather;
Paints, Oils, Ac.
White Zine A Lead, in 1, 2 a JS B containers
Prris and Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Umber, Sienner, "
wPatent Dryer, Vermillion,
Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladders of Petty,
Carriage.' and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and Faraitara Tarnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, CosWMillf,
Axe, Pick, Sledge, Ads, Hoe, Oo,
Hammer A Chisel Handles,
. Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Tranb
: Coopers' Tools,
Crozers, Uowels, and
Fore, Smooth, Jack A Jointers, 1
Cat Xails, 3, 4. 8, 8, 10. 12,20, 30,40, 54 aad
0d, Boat Natls, 1, li.lj 2 Inch. 1 "1
' PfessJa JTaHs, 22, Inch'.
Cooper's Rirets, 4, 7 3 lbs, i
Copper Riieta Burs, 1, ,
I i inch, Gimp Tacks,
Iron Copper Tacks of all alias.
Best Rubber Hose, I,, 1,11 2 belt, M
Centrifugal, Varnish-, Paint. White-Wash--'
and Scrub Brashes, Cov'd Tin Pails,'
i, 1. 2, 3. 4, 6. 8, 10 12 quirts,
Corered Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Jenning'sbits, soldering irons. T bin fts,sUl,
Hammers, Ganges, Squares, Chisels,
Augers, Siorea. Lime Squeezers, '
Yard Sticks, Bung Starters, Aaet,
Shorels, Spades, Oos, Lanterns,
Eagle Horse, A and O Plows and
Points, Paris Plows, extra heary and strong.
Protoxide of Iron, Pain Killer,
Poland's White Pine Compound,
Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Eio., Etc.
Downer- Kerosene Oil, '
From tbe Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
ALl. TO BR SOLD LOW.
"Pro Bono Publico!"
M. S. GRINBAUM & GO..
Bta,"VO OXL Trn-nrt
AND IN TRANSIT,
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
The "Largest aatl
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
OJT TUB IIAAVAIIAJT GROUP.
Consisting ia Part of, riz the Celebrated
Scotch Tweed Suits I
Cashmere, Cloth & Drill Oarmentl,
in all "varieties.
Complete Black Dress and Walking Salts,
iiojs White Linen Cashmere' "
and Cloth SuiU
A'FOLL ASSORTMENT OF
Cents' Furnlshinar Coods.
Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DAVIE3 A CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Daries A Jones, In all grades.
Ovcrwhlrt! OvcrahlrtN! Oreraklrtal
in Grey Flannel, Diagonal,
Printed and Crimean.
ALL OF THESE GOODS'
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PEICES!
For Gents', Ladies and Boys. sf
, AMERICAN & ENGLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DEY GOODS
Soots and Shoes,
ttc1 peiiaUhlc lrlcc
At the" Tcry Iovrcst
By tbe original paekage.
-IN ASSORT MTMENT OF
French Gaiters & Pumps,
Of tbe Latest Styles warranted genuine, of tba
rery best material., Asia eoastantlr on t,..l
The Terr- t Importation, or Manila Clg.ra I -
aror sale By ,
Hi S. GRINBAUM e'CO.f
ar. dickson uam ..!
!io Gallerr on vrt at .ZT.
and is now prepared to tkj FI.
tares of in anluj -
WdTIw, for &Tu. ' "'fii?-
Honolulu niojr woxs"o.
HEAVY FLAT BAR iROlf.
Light & Medjiim Bar Irsn,
iWE-AND-A-HALF CEXTafKJf Vtl ' r' '
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WAIJCKA TA JOCKKT, C.,sJ&3T JS!,