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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, March 15, 1871, Image 4

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The TonrImuir11iic Committee,
a
"eW I gK M aai poBdersuilj re; pec table
tsarr cm tfafag M be able raake me traljr happy,
t"d that vVba, W be pat ea the venerable tooe-
;imU tMnhlM tke city of'ew Id?:
sr4 tamiwMissg to oo bet tit on the pintform
rossasssj 73ir'wHqr- Peter Coo pel
Hene$ 6:eV Mttl tirs reload iked momentary
m at veeMcHnsa en eeseera lectarcri, draw
j aidse lUitiM to Wotejrw that woaU otherwise
rwdi alaantlj- to iniiaJiBg emptiness, and sob-
car i BtW rmfecuM taring of all sorts
i .nasi ihh. That is what I
aol gratification of my gray
htm Lae baCctt np tbere with those fine
nfcee af UeaW Bed Sasdstsae Period, and give
loot to aa MHalaiamat twice a week, and be
o UfaiUd. aad ay aappfoeM stifl be complete.
Tkst Ma haw aad my envy fr a long time,
aod Mwwrics of my life are 're pleasant as ray
Ti nuan sni est I seer lao aad fceeorable career
:i Ac la jam Hint, eerrioe. I can recollect
lif sM I eec saw tlwcn on the palform
iaat as wfl a J can rsmembur the crests of yes
today. Home Greets; sat en the right, I'eter
Uaapor tae Mt, aad Theno Jefferen, Bed!
Jackal Beajaam Fraakira aad John Hancock
va 'fMhaj Uawtea them. UTiis was on the
atiwaiml ir. IT, ea tiie eceosion of the
saato ifcauM af Gfpe WasbiBgten in Xew
1 ort It was a Tery great day, that, a very
rrt dar aad a verr sad esse. I remember that
lruaday see eae amse of black crape from
lUc Oaidia aeariy efi to where the City II all
so Hjsnak. The Baxt tisie I saw these geotlo
ea efisJLtc was at a great ball given for the
pyiB af prtscartag aeey aad medicines lor
aid: aad waeeded leMiowi aad sailors. Horace
Ureses- ecaavsd oac side of the platform on
wkica the matiaiiias were exalted, aad I'eter
Cooper the other. There were other Tone-ini-jiarUsi
atloaaaat opes the two chiefs, but I have
Jsnyutlea ttteir namoc Horace Greely, gray-
eaured aad Imuaiiag. was ia sailor costume, white
deck paste, sWe start, open at the breast, large
aaadfcanawaC fosse as as ox hew, and tied with a
jaaaty sailor boat, bnad terse ver collar with a
star a the eoraer. little sWar Mack tarpaulin bat
ruostam; aia9y fcr back oa his head, aad flying
twi Umg aaflaat rseeees. Suppers on ample feet,
tfetaelac oa araisannt mee, and pitchfork in
band oaamtotei Mr. Grady, aad made him, in
ay baffca. uaaanriaa, every ioeh a sailor, and
worthy to be the haaqrod great-grandfather of
titr Naataae he was so iagaaioaaly representing.
Mr. UaajMr was fenced as a General of the .Mili
tia aat u. aamaay aad oppressively warlike.
I 1 1 sjaotad to remark io the proper place, that
litr soldi bm aad tailora ia whose aid the ball was
pv-o. hadjast beea seat from Boston. This was
dariag (he war of IBK. At the grand national
i iuHiaa of Uayette. in 1834, Horace Greely
ia. aa the oa aad reter Cooper on the left-
Taw ether Taae imparters of that day are sleep
iac the aVaa f the jast sow. I wos hi the nu-
OMsaee waaa Haaaee Greeiy, I'eter Cooper, and
rraml ather dwtjaewwaed citiaeno imparted tone
to the mmtmt; H ferar of Freeefa liberty, in
1 M-v Thaa I aarar saw them aay more until re
t:.tly ; bat aow I am living tolerably near the
cry. I raa dowa every time I see it announced
vUu "Horace tireely. Peter Coojter and other
tJirUtaaaVrd iiitiaaat will oecapy seats on the
plaifw; aad aaxt meraiag when I read io the
Sn aaeafraah of the nhaaographic report, that
-Hmaea.Ceaah. I'ator Ooepor aad several other
d UemmaWa eWaaas a Beamed seats on the piat
lonmT I aay to myself, " Tbaok God I was pres
ect r Hbm I have bean enabled to see these
aaliitatial aH ftaaath of raiae sit on the plat
fvirai aad p9m toae to leetares oa anatomy, and
lactates ea taricaHare, aad lectores on slirpi cul
ture, aad merer oa aetroaoey, oa chemistry, oa
BiuoajeaMtaaa, ea " Is maa deseeeded from the
Kaamwaar ea veterinary maaoers, on all kinds
of rehgieeaed several kinds of policies ; I have
eeea thaa give toae aad grandeur to the Foar
litxed Bill, the Sinmoie Twins, the great Egyp
Uaa samd paloair, aad the original Jacobs.
Wbaaeeer nmohodv is to leetare oa a subject
sot ef gaesral interest, I kaow that my venerat
ed Bimaian of the Old Ked Sandstone Period
will he ea the pUUarm ; whenever a lecturer is
to af nar wheal aoeedy has ever heard of before
or wil beBkeby to seek to see, I know that the
reel baamelMau. of my old friends will bo taken
advaatage of. aad that they will apjear on the
pmlferm (aad ia the bill) as an advertisement;
aad i baa aay aew and obooxioas deviltry in
pbilsfopbr. month, or politics is to be sprang up
on the piopfe, I know that these intrepid heroes
w9 be apes that platform, too, in itio interest of
feB sad area dfccassioB, aad to crash down all
narrower aad less geeerocs souls with the solid
dead weight of their awful respectability. And
let as aH remember that while these inveterate
aad iaaperiohablo presiders (if yon please) appear
oa the phUonn every night in the year as regu
larly as the Tetoateered piano from Steinway's or
Catckariair'f, aad have bolstered op and given
toae to a deal of questionable merit and obscure
emptieess ia their time, they bavo also diversi
fied tiw inconsequential service by occasional
powetfal n pasting aad upholding of great pro
gressive ideas which smaller men feared to med
dle with or countenance. JarX- Train's Afem-
i in JMrtmry Galaxy.
lecEisw- Ccrkj bt ToExoco. Tbo Scientific
Amei torn reports the fotlowiug remarkable case
ef care by stmpte means : Heading in the late
papers as account of the recent melancholy death
ef the Hagiaeer Beebling from tetanus, or lock
jaw, reminded me of an incident in the military
campaigns of a friend of mine, a major ia the 18th
Iadiaa Cavalry daring the war, and which he only
a short time ago related to me among other
ofobU of bis soldier life. In view of tho late un
Jtippy event, 1 deem it worthy of being generally
known, as his remedy is ever simple, quick, effi
caajjus, and obtained almost anywhere. It would
is thesabovo case, have certainly saved the life of
i very useful man. His command was then
Christinas, in 1S54 in middle Tenneisee, near
the Alaauna Hue. One of bis men was wounded
sightly ia the foot, hardly serious enough to go
bock a few miles to tho nearest hospital, and as
the command vrai, after a short march or so, go
isg into winter quarters, and not wishing to leave
it, ho concluded to press on with it. The -consequence
was, he took cold in hi3 wounded - foot,
sad tetanus ensued before they reached their win
ter quarters. All their surgeons and assistants
lad been left at various hospitals, and the hospi
tal steward, knowing nothing better to do, had
jsade arrangements to abandon the man as hope
ttca, to die at a plantation. The major casually
Jearaed lus condition, and as it was a caso of life
cr Heath anyhow, (or rather certain death), he re
solved to try an experiment and save him if pos
sible. The man had the lockjaw more than forty
hours, theyifcsd ua media nejjlong with them
useless if tbeyhid), the major's only "resource
was a plug of tobacco. He cut off a square of it
absat three inches square) put it in a mess pan
aritb LoHing wratcrxntil ifwas" hot "through, and
siteralcd -with the water; taking it oat he allow
ed it to cool, so as not to blister, then Battening
it out. ho placed It on the nit of the man's stom
ache.vln about Cvo minutes the patient turned
wbito round tho lips, which also began to twitch
the man was getting very sick and in nine or
ten minutes the rigid muscles relaxed, and his
jaws fell open. Indeed, it seemed as if the pa
tient would fall apart and go to pieces, so utterly
was Wsentire muscular system relaxed. The to
bacco was immediately removed and some whisky
gruel given to stimulate him. Next day the man
was taken along in an ambnlancc, and in a few
days mounted bis horse all right, as bold a " sojer
boy " as 'any. So much for a deid man. It
seems necessary in this disease to produce nausea,
or sickness of the stomach, to cause tho rigid
mascloa to relax. It is very difficult or almost
impossible to administer internal medicines, and
some external application becomes necessary to
produce nausea, and this is furnished by the to
bacco. The major found afterwards that damp
tobacco applied to any part of the body wouid
produce sickness, but much more quickly of
course when oppliod to the stomach.
Alexander IHiiiiiin.
Alexander Dumas wa3 really a phenomenal
creature; an astounding compound of natural
forces, a sublime instance of variety of species."
Neither France alone, nor even Paris, could have
given birth to sueh a prodigy. Pans might have
produced the skillful dramatist, the ingenious
novelist, the over-ready feuilletonist ; but tbo
overpowering luxuriance of Dumas was tropical.
The inordinate personal of the man wo3 African.
It was the strong dash of "color" in his veins
that made his self-complacency so colossal, and
bore him triumphant over difficult circumstances
and an obscure condition, over cliques of critics
and satarists, over jealousy and envy and ridicule,
and his own enormous vanities and absurdities.
He had the tastes, tho appetites, the splendor
and ostentations of a negro, and with all this an
almost pathetic instinct of chivalrous sensibilities,
of generous devotion, and self-sacrifice, and as
occasional touches in his plays and novels show,
a sincnlar centleness and delicacy of feeling.
What have been grossnes3 or coarseness in the
pure African became refined rather than corrupted
by the French finesse and the Parisian self-culture.
Unlike the Parisians of pure blood, his
most questionable scenes of sensual passion never
degenerated into sheer indecency and nastiness.
As a bard worker alone he was worthy of all
praise. Such was his power of throwing off
copy," that fantastic anecdotes of his writing
with four pens, and dictating three stories to as
many clerks at once, were not only invented, but
believed. That at ono period of his career he
presided, like one of tho old masters, over a
school of young apprenticesuin the act of story-
writing, giving them an outline of a design to be
filled in," and reserving for himself little ntoro
than the last finishing touches, is likely enough.
That he bad many collaborciteurs is certain ; and
it is equally certain that, wherever he " collaborat
ed," he did the best of the work and deserved
by far the largest share of the reward and the re
nown. There was not a morsel of meanness or a
shadow of envy in tho huge man's nature ; be
wore his heart and all his faults and his follies on
hi3 sleeve ; and if bis very weakness were im
mense, his failings and his vice3 -if vices there
were in a life inevitably condemned from its ori
gin to irregularity and eccentricity were for the
most part scarcely worse than venial fralities or
excesses of good-nature and of a most lovablo en
thusiasm. Lovable, he wait always, in all his fail
ings and defects. What ho earned with ease, he
squandered with profuscness upon his friends and
comrades ; and if ho loved to hold a little court
it was not in a company of flatterers or of patrons
but of the friendless and struggling apprentices
of the craft of which he was tho acknowledged
master, that he reigned as king. In bis son's
modest country house in Xormandy, a few miles
from Dieppe, and a day or two before a German
army on its victorious march from the Rhine to
the Channel had struck that little Eeaport, tho
creator of so many magic worlds, breathed his
last a few days ago, after a lingering and wasting
illness, in his sixty-sorenth year. That is an ago
at which many men arc still full of life and vigor,
and capable of exertion and enjoyment. But
Dumas had lived all his days the life of many
men. And tho curious and complicated work
manship of that wonder-weaving brain was fairly
worn out. He had written his last page and
done his last days work before be sought and
found his final rest. Many of his survivingfriends
and comrades will envy him perhaps the oppor
tuneness of his disappearance from the scene. If
he was not a very thoughtful or consistent politi
cian, ir no was an entnusiastic rattier tnan an ex
treme or rigorous Republican, be was too good a
patriot and too true a Frenchman not to rejoice
to pass away before tbo jfjill of Paris. Art.st as
ho was, and charlatan as he was sometimes called
by rcspcctablo dullards, ho was not the man to
play the fiddle over tho flames of Rome Satur
day lierietr.
Want of Tact. Arguing with an opponent
who is lame, and assuring him that he has not a
leg to stand on. Telling a man with only one
eye (in an insinuating way) that you would Iiko
to get'ou his blind side. Urging a friend who
stammers not to hesitate to express his opinion.
Declaring to the possessor of a false set that yon
mean to do it in spite of his teeth. Informing
an acquaintance, who never has his glafs out of
his eye, that you consider he take3 a very short
sighted view of things. Telling a man who
quints that you are sorry you cannot seo the
matter a3 ho sees it. Punch.
A soxastic youth. In Lockport, touched hit guitar.
and e&Dg that beiutifal zercnide, pat me in my lit
tle bed." lie was ordered to go bj person! who ap
peared on the balcony or they would " stand him on
hit little head."
XnAT w&s a rnde doctor who advised his female pa
tient, after feeling her polie, that she only needed
rest. " But look at mr tongue, doctor,", which be
did, remarking " that needs rest, too." Ho lost that
patient.
A wauKxows banter of Iowa City has just re
turned from Europe. On being asked what he thought
of Pompeii, he tidr"it was an elegant place, but a
good deal out of repair."
Arricnca, catechising Us scholars, put ths fol
lowing question : " What was made to give light to
the world?" " Matches 1" cried one of the young
ster!, after a short pause.
Fasbioxiile anincs an usually reported to be
' much afiected" at the matrimonial services, hut in
some instances it is said that they're not more affect
ed than they always have heen. '
"Well, Mrs. Smith," said Mrs. Jones, "if I'm
anything; I'm a. Unitarian ; what are youT' -," I ain't
quite sartin what they ealls it, but my old man says
be is a vegetarian."
Oxe of the most successful plasters in Wisconsin Is
a widow who has just buried her sixth husband.
" What Is home without a mother!" as the young
lady said when sha sent the old lady to chpwood.
Furnished Rooms
TOXET, nt Mrs. T. Thrum's,
No. 5 lung Street. M-lye
ARRIVAL OF TEE KA
Now is the Time to
From a Fine Assortment Just Opened !
AND SUITABLE FOR
T
Plantations, Plantation and Country
AND AS WE DON'T
"razm Too Sold
CASTLE & COOKE
CONSISTING OF
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Dry Goods,
-Fancy
Goods, Cutlery, Paints and Oils,
Crockery, Tin and Hollow-ware,
iT7llT7tTTTjQi The Finest
VJr.I. li J KjAli lAi 1- Jli O . repper Cloves,
mats. Finest Olive Oil, Condensed Milk, Table
FINEST FLAVORING EXTRACTS Lemon, Vanilla, Teach, Cellery, io. Crosse A Blaekwell's
Finest Ficklcs, Fie Fruits, Jams and Jellies, I'ure Castile Soap, Toilet Soap, Fure Old Brown Windsor
(.ueuncal boap, cago ana xapioca, uarb. boua ana cream xartar, etc. etc
TiTDAT i T? A "TTV nrirT0 The Best Quality and l'inest Assort
XJXiX KX JL1 -ti.X J X KXJJXJO. ment of Prints in the JInrket-Printed
Marseilles, Piquets, Brilliants, Cashmeres and Twills, Printed Linens, Linen Pant Staffs. Robes and
Furnitures, Fancy Tweeds, Linen Ducks and
roy and Beliord Cord, Fine Blue Twill Nary l lannel, single and double, Faney Flannels for children's
wear, new styles. LINEN GOODS Sheetings, 90 to 100 inches, Pillow Linen, Cotton Sheeting, Dress
Linens, Hollands. Mantle Lioens, Homespun Linen, Bleached and Unbleached Linen Damask of the
finest quality, Turkey Red and Blue Plaid Damask, 8-f Damask Doylies, Fine Damstk Napkins, a largo
variety of patterns. Linen and Cambrio Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Russia Diaper
very cneap, ivussia vrasn, uucaauucK, jin tiooi
ITvQTT?"R"V A Fine Assortment
XIvVIOJLIjJJA; X . Children's Hose, bleached
very cheap. Silk Nets, Fancy Neckties, Collars, Bosoms, Vt ristbands, lc, a fine assortment of Trimming
Braids, ie. Pearl Buttons, Hooks and Eyes, Silk Twist, Shetland Shirts, Alpacas, Cobnrgs, Alpaca Pop
lin, oiripcu urenaaines, uiacK cuk 01 cuo ceieuraiea iionner mane, ttraw iiats tor Men and Hoys, as
sorted Wool Hats, Infants white Blankets, Quilts, Heavv Blankets. Lilrht and Medium. Bleached and
Unbleached Cottons, a fine assortment of New Silk Ribbons, Elastic Cords, Java Canvas, Opera Flan
nel, Milward's Needles, from 1 to 12, in paper or cases, Orrs A McNaught's Spool Cotton, from 10 to 160
TT A DfiW A "PI? The Finest Cast Steel Saws Hand, Ripping, Back, Compass,
11 -OLXV.I' txXAiill. Butchers' Circular and Pit. Drawing. Butcher. Cane. Fish and Table
Knlres. bpokesnaves, nereis. Plane Irons, bquares, Hammers, Chisels.-uauges, Bits, Angers, Riveting
Hammers. Stub's Files, Spear &. Jackson's Files, Flat, Quarter Round, Hand, Mill and Bastard Files.
Hasps, ilorse Hasps, Cabinet Hasps. Copper Tack,
A rrPTnTTT ;PTTT A T T IXT
XlUltaUU -1JX KJXJCXXJ XUXX
cborels of all kinds and prices, forks, Hakes,
Planter s noes, ana a numerous assortment oi
A TTlI (V ITT? V CnP and
KJ -LxjL. JL -LvyJJN alii I) JL "cheap, Note
velopes of all sizes and prices. Overland Paper,
very uest. juemoranaum uooks, urieioi uoaru,
Q A TliTlT TT'TJ'ST' English Saddles, very cheap. Medium and Best Bridles,
lD-XJ XJ XJXlXi X . Bits, Headstalls, Stirrup' Leathers, Martingales, Collars and Hames,
Buckles, Rings, Turret, Swivel and Post Hooks.
TIN & HOLLOW WARR--cWtt'ig.
O'ROOK H'RY a fcw superior Dinner Sets, warrnntcd snperior to nny
yXjJ VJLVXLiJ-ll JL . in tho market, also Medium Sets. Nappies, Chambers, Bonis, Plates,
Pitchers, Ewers and Basins, Cups and Saucers, etc.
PATNTT OTT. BoiIci1 antl Huw, Castor Oil, Jfcats Foot Oil, Bright Var-
' -L v JL JXXJj nisb, Superior Carriage Varnish in one gallon cans, Damar, Copal, Coach'
and Furniture Varnish. Hubbuck's No. 1 White Lead and Zinc not the good or medium quality, but
tha on-.. 1, -J T I n.. T . Tl t , . II . .
the very boat, lied Lead, Putty. Venctiau Red,
STTNrT)T?TiTS Brushes of nil kinds-Faint, Vnrnish, Hair, Teeth, Crumb,
UUlt XJ XvXXjyj. Centrifugul, Blinder, Ac. Wrought Iron of assorted sixes, ronnd and flat.
jjesi i-asi oieci, octagon irom 4 to 1 inch, Carbon
Pails and Tubs, Fence Wire, received in splendid
ALSO-
EXPECTED BY THE MOSES TAYLOR & SYREN,
Su TiAKGB A.SSOHTME2NTT 03j
American Hardware,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE
CHANDELIERS,
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL, FROM
B YAM'S EIGHT-CARD MATCHES AT LOWEST RATES.
The Celebrated Paris Plows and Extra Points, &c.
w o In-7-to Inspection oJE" tUcso Goods
ORDERS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
9 tr
W IRE! WIRE!! "WIREJJ!
FENCING WIRE,
Nos. 4,
For Sale svt tn.e
THE
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW
CAPITAL FORTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS IN CASH,
The Largest Company in the World I
THE ASSETS, RECEIPTS, DIVIDENDS, (AND ENTIRE SYSTEM) ARE
ALL CASH. . .
POLICIES Non Forfeitable
E. P, ADAMS, Local Agent.
Executor's Notice.
Estate of EDWARD R. COFFIS, dsteased.
Tnn UNDEnsiGXED, Executor of the
Will of Edward R. Co&n.late of Honolulu, de
ceased, bertbj- gires notice to all persons hiring
claims against the Estate of the said deceased to pre
sent the same within six months from this date, or
thejr Trill be forerer barred, and all persons Indebted
to the shore Estate are. requested to mats Immediate
payment.
J. W. AUSTIN. Exeentorof
the Will of Edward R. Coffin.
Honolulu. Febrnarj li, 1871. 5-4 1
For Sale In Quantities to Salt,
WHALE AND SPERM OIL
by II. HACKFELD &. CO.
XttOI FROM LONDON
Purchase Your Goods
Stores, Household and Family Supplies
MEAN TO BE JBEATEN,
stt Low Rates!
-By-
Iron and Steel, Etc. Etc.
-Assortment of Spices in the Country Cassia,
Allspice, Jlace, Nutmegs, (linger. Mustard, Cassia in
and Dairy Salt, Yeast Powders and Corn Starch. THE
Drills, Buff Linen, Fine Broadcloths, Doeskins, Cordu
sna u d . waier-prooi nom, Assorted Towels.
of Gents', Boys', Ladies', Misses' and
and unbleached. Black Lace Stawls. Souare Shawls.
Etono Hammers, Sledge Hammers, Ac.
ijT 17 A iVT? "NTT C3 riows,.sPadcs of
XJXUlSXXUXy XVJ. all kinds and prices,
bcoops, uos. Mattocks, Picks, Hatchets, Meat Knives,
otner implements lor the use or planters and others.
Lcttcr I'aper of the best quality'" and very
and Bill Paper, of the best quality and very cheap. En
Letter and Note, Wrapping Paper, Blotting Paper, tbo
seller nips, copying Ink, Pens and Holders, etc.
One set of fine Single Boggy Harnws, Breast Collar.
Chrome Yellow, Rosin, Umber, Drop Black, Sienna,
Filters, Charcoal Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Galraniicd
order in casks coated with tar.
Agricultural Implements
LAMPS, new styles and burners,
LANTERNS, BRACKET LAMPS, &c
BOSTON,
BEST QUALITY
5, and 6,
Lowest IWIctils.t;
IR..svtes "toy
IIL,L.IN GH AM & CO.
8-2ra.
YORK,
and Exempt from Execution
J. R. HELEN,
Special Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
6-1 m
ADMINISTEATOE'S NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED baring been dnlr
appointed Administrator of the Estate of Manuel
Silra. late or Honolulu, Island of Oahn. deceased,
hereby notifies atf parties indebted to said Estate to
make immediate pejmrat to bim, at his office in
Honolulu; and all parties baring claims against the
said Estate are hereby notifed to present the "same,
dnly authenticated and wiett the proper Toucher, at
the oflfeo aforesaid within six nseethi from this date,
or thej wiU be forerer barred. -
- F. n. HARRIS.
Honolulu. March 1, 1871. fc 7-4t
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47- Any Periodicals, not in this Ibt. will be ordered at
any time, and supplied at cost and charges.
Address II. 91. AVIItT.VRV.
Honolulu, 1871. 513 mc
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56 p S3.
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FALL TRADE 1870
Best A I Hawaiian
MESS BEEF, fg
PACKED BT
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
AND WARRANTED.
" 3f The aborts Beef is packed by an experienced
Butcher, cured in Lirerpoo! Salt, and packed in
Turk's Island Salt. Tbe best referencee can be
given. For sale in quantities to suit by
THE0D. O. HEtJCK,
Honolulu. Sept. 11th, 1S70. 3S-em
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
OFFER TO TIIE TKADE
A Large and well Assorted Stock
of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Ex Late Arrivals,
At Reasonable Bates astl oa Liberal
Term to Salt the Tines.
200 BIS. of OREGXjriJOUBI
TUST RECEIVED 'AND FOR1' SALE
JST RE
Cheap by
C. BREWER k CO,
MERCHANDISE, &C.
THEOD. G. HEUCK
OFFERS FOR SALE
cTtusI; ileceived.,
BT TIIE
HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOI
A LARGE AND SPLENDID
SELECTED WITU SfECIAL CARE
EXPEESSLY FOE THISJUAEKET
cossisnsa or
English. Gcrmim and French
DRY GOODS!
FANCY GOODS!
DRESS GOODS & CLOTHING
Consisting in Fart as folio
IjmENCII CASHMERE MERINOS,
J Coburgs and Baratheas, Italian Cloth,
Blue, Brown and White Cotton Longcloth,
rieary Denims, Superior White Linen,
Bleached Moleskin,
White Muslins and Jaconets,
Black and mixed Broadcloth,
Victoria Lawns, White and Blue Flannels,
Doeskin, Iluck Tewels,
Men's Fine Merino Shirts
White Linen and Mourning Handkerchiefs,
Linen Sheeting. Coatings and Wadding,
White Sewing Cotton, assorted,
Col's Linen Thread.
Linen and I'aper Collars, Cotton Cano Umbellas
White limits. Dutch Tape,
Crochet Cotton and Patent Eistnjarn,
Ladies' White Cotton Hose,
Gents' Brown Cotton half-hose,
Button Rings,
Brown and White Cotton Undershirts,
Fatent Highland Playing Cards,
Philocorac, Pomade and Macassar Oil
AND
A Lot of Fancy Articles
ALSO
A Choico Assortment of
Silk, Woolen antl Cotton Dress Goods,
Plutli.Tii nniT lTnaierv.
Broad and Brilliant Cloths
Saddlery,- Oroccrlcsi,
I'iiltits untl Oil, v
Wall I'aper,
AND THE BEST BRANDS OF
GEEMAN PALE ALE & P0ETEE,
qts t pts Deetjen i Scbrooder's Star brand.
Best French Clarets and Brandy,
RliincrHiiic, Genuine Holland Gin,
in oases and in bulk.
Sparkling: Hods-, In quart and pints,
Port "tt'Inc, IIoiT'M Mult Extract
Ladies' and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of tho best mako 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,
Too Ncmcrons to Mention,
Suitable for Town and Country Trade
jpSf For Sale on the most Reasonahln Terms.
-ALS0-
O ia. jEIst:o.cX I
jyTcJHimilAY'S Fresh Oyiters,
fto. 1 Hawaiian Rico, Best Island Faddy,
Manila Rope li, 2, 2 and 3 inches,
Uarana Cigars ths best in the market,
Swiss, California and Limbnrg Cheese,'
Boxes Salad Oil; Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco
New Steles of Ladies Trimmed Hats,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ac, Ac,
For Male Cheap,
at the Store of
6 '
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Fort Street.
Honolulu, Sept. 11th, 1870. 35-tf
Shin Chandlery and Shis Stores!
TUB LAItGEST ASSORTMENT OS
Hand, kept by any Hour on these Islands, and
iur care as (Be slowest possioje races, OJ
UULLES A CO.
Hemp Cordage !
I STKAND. UEST QUALITY, KUS
tt SIAN Manufacture. Sites, from 1J to 81 inches,
in bond or duty paid. For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
Manila Cordage,
ALL SIZES, from 1-3 to 5 inch, in bond
or duty paid. For talo by
BOLLES A CO.
Snunvarn. Hnnsolina
TTTOnaCLINE, Marlln, Seizins,, Katlla,
H etc., tie. A foil assortment for sale by
5 "TTAT-rvo- a. rtn
In Bona or linn- Pa 1.1 1
A t A.swwjTaviiT- er Haa
-a- uci,- for sale tT
BOLLES AC0.
MERCHANDISE, &C.
SELLING OFF I
Cheap for Cash! Cheap for Cash!
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
J. W. WIDDJFICLD,
,jt Would Cull tbe Attention of
PLASTERS, MERCHANTS & MECHANICS
TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HAEDWAEE!
PECULIARLY ADAPTED
For tko IVaHts of the Island Trade.
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FIND IT HUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE ME A CAXLl
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
ASJIAXY TlllXaS WILL BE SOLD
JSTot Only Lt Cost,
BUT IS MAXr INSTAXCBS,
GREATLY BELOW COST!
TO 2TAICE IWOJf
FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT
agricultural and Other Implements,
C'oralns from tlic l.ul.
The Usual Discount Mailt to tbe Trade!
SSif Orders from the other Islands jtspeetfuHy
solicited, promptly attended to and filled with care.
tV So Connection with the Firm across tin War.
3m 51
"Fro Bono Publico !"
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
AND IS TRANSIT,
Direct Importations
FROM
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
Tlie I.tirRCMt mi il
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
ON THE HA1VA1IAJJ OltOCP,
Consisting in Part of, tIz the Celebrated
Gr JEZ 1ST TT X 1ST IE2
Scotch Tweed Suits I
Cashmere, Cloth & Drill Garments,
in all Taricties,
Complete Black Dress and Walkini; Suits,
Roys' White Linen Cashmere
and CUth Suits
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Cents' Furnishing Goods.
Saratoga and Oents' Leather Trunks,
J0UN M. DA VIES A CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Dasies A Jcces, in all grades.
OvcrielilrlM! OrcrxIsIrtH! OvcrliIrtf
in Orey Flannel, Disgonal,
Printed and Crimean.
ALL OF THESE GOODS
ARE AT
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PEICES!
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery !
For Gents', Ladies and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENGLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DEY GOODS
and
Boots and Shoes,
DIRECT FROM TIIE MANUFACTURERS.
At the rcry lowest posaillilc 1'rlco
By the original package.
AN ASSORT MTMENT OF
French Gaiters & Pumps,
Of tho Latest Styles, warranted genuine, of the
ft Tery best material. Asia constantly on hand
The serjr Imt Importation of Manila Cigars
For gale by
M. S. CRINBAUM &CO.f
15-lf
Makee's Block.
THOS. C. THRUM'S
STATIONERY, PERIODICAL,
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
AND
CIRCULATING LIBRARY!
Merchant Stroet, Honolulu.
TIIE ADVERTISER harlnr DorehasedthaIaLar.it
of Messrs. BLACK A AULD in the Stationery. Htft
and Periodical Business, nil! contlnse the same aad
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap, Legal-cap, Letter,
Knfn ami TtitT.S 11 . r
- - uiriuj.,,
AecocnUcnrrent and BD1 Paper.
Cloth-lined, Veitarn, Whits-, Blue,
Pnir ...i r. t t
v.h,j auT4vres,
Black, Copying and Writing, VIelet, Bine,
varmine bdu DympasncilC inKS, s'ens and
Fuel cap and letter sin. Letter Clips,
II I' -. Tl T I . .
M.yi xuicucn, abukt, erasers, ivajers,
I'enracks. Red Tape, Robber Bands,
Seslinj Wax, Notarial Seals. Ac.
Blaak Ilook, ltlXrr, JotsrnnU,
Day, Cash, Record and Memsrandiim Books,
eceips ana note lieokf,
Fenn's Letter Books, with ink.
Drawins Paper, Blotting Paper and Boards.'
xirnuii iwaras, ttater Colors, Denainees,
Chess and Baekgaoamon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper. Ac.
To the ahoTe, with s Iarg Sspply of
AMERICA & ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY MAIL
will shortly le expected, a full and complete ass't a
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tlao Olx-csTxlsataxxs Xaitx'iry
JST Will contain Standard Works of Fiction, aad
New Books will be added by erery St-amer.
t. omiio i, uicKcaa-. Uulwers, J'Isrellr,
Eageno Hue's, Wilkie Collins'. Marryalt'j, .
Miss Braddoa's, Mrs. Henry Wood's,
Mrs. Ellen "Wrtod's, Miss MolWh's, Thackaraj's.
Mn. Orey'j Ylctor Dngo's, T. S. Arthur's,
Pierce Eagan's, and ethers are now oa hand.
J3T BT TUB NEXT STEAMER wU be added
Anthony Titllopes, Amelia B. Edward',
Annie. Ihaaaa', Mrs, Oliphaat's, Geo. .Elliot's,
Mrs Stephen', Chas. Lerer's, MUs Jlalkck's
Chas. Read's, and Mrs. SonthwortVf. Urether
with all tbe Latest Norels.
EsgraTlag-, CallfTajhy, Steseil CsttirgACoBjias.
wUl still be aUenied to.
Thankful for fast fa rerr, tbe advertiser hopes, by
strict attention to bniines and tha'wsnts ef hi pat.
rens, to meet with a continuance or the same.
per All orders from the Country aad the ethe
Islands, promptly attended to, at the lowest rites.
.Honolulu, sept, z.lb, 1575. 37,-a

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