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POETRY?
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vaeaf s1tfcaftja.
ssseiieeiflsLiem, caaetag, gtaactfic.
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ayei nwn wiiimi was.
Witt, iMl h ! tsjat
srJaeaeg, taactag
Say afe east through.
taw's sac.
(Mac
a, MWia, tar-aoi ear, a. aaew
rMiaa laaf aga,
fMeiata...ar
TTsaeew.i iiaaiiai . what.!
ifttwaMi area's face,
8a1 ssnrasaa4stsev, asaietaai, sa4seas?
Ijw ii mil wwlla!""""8
Jmb 4aV vtay eaWrt R4kn m ttafesM km
ljSsa w i a ai a fcr a iiMir?
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JasataOTatosttMr
MIS)aR)sas I
atMaCaat
meMaajryaaastaea4t.
Wlt Mil II I ej 1 4wn!
Saaaea a aeaetl.,
IsBeaa aatjasssay in rm;
hai wtgMa, Irate la aasawr.
aa a-afcM ia W vlir wtaw.
Oa ta au froa's fcaa.
0r IVaay
iaH
sare
It smi
aal aaCMW
Mfi pen
mil 'i
The? X-iM r In- LmcLi'llcri..
stair suet arte h wbW wish to
, n taw art of writing lore-Iettars.
, hat m don't write terevleUers
We " oorreapood," or "exchange
w do't write
lMlrtti : cast ; we arc too baiinega like
f iL There it a navor of " All complainls to 1
irirtniaw 1 to the Secretary," and " Please qaote
tail waaawcr ia jroar rapij." is oar beet amatory
aai tawf inly aeoaire their distinctive
r ar aanar withoat a mnris. Vie are
too cyaacasl far it ; we have grave aefcaated to
look a lawtiaieat in the bee, nmeh tees to nuke
any deliberate rtoard of it ia black and white.
Aad we are aba a little two eaatioa. It woo id
be horrible to heeoie a aoarce of raaseroeat to
" the jarj." Oar lateen aocordiogiy are written
with aa ejw to the ooafaeiag of Sergeant Iiasfbz,
thiaft of eoerae they are. 1'be
L of theai, retaraed aonwaays after
or looked ap after a marriare, ia at beet
t a load of withered apple, hardly worth the
lf y waning. A poor tale of appoint-
i far aaiaa ' Saodara. and of ioaakies for
can gie thesi do mellow-
: Uk ao poetry And the worst
are aftaa thaee that awake a preteaeioo to teoder
aaa. TOe faro of weahaoiu eae bo farther go
thaa ia the - Jeoaaualaiir orideaoe" aometiaHs
tad ia the breach of procait-e oxee. as proofs of
the wararth of the daf niiitt atteelHaeflt. Wel
cwaae, thrice weJeone, the form! - Madam, vour
Owediawt Saraat," before the detetab(e " Ever
ymr Lewej Dawar.''
L a mad aftak wa the writiec of a letter
! oaet an appieciaUf ! It was
r ia a deliberate leiearaly raaouer,
awle aaw athrr laxarjr aad nrity. They oooU Dot
haawfcaeadeae to catch any pertteahu- post. I
wawraatliai to thiol: that the writers themselves
I fteM M whrrh ther woald probably be
If. aai Bawl the poet waited their royal
aa. laws aamK aaee been so, lor tbere were !
kwa wwieh they ocald not bare beea written.
, far iaitaace, aod cold days, and un-
i aa, gwMraMr. I am inclined to
t awet of the writers raast bave done
aVaes, there is hk aa air of court
eaaawe ia erery liae.
H aaeaiettata. eapwraVy, arest bare been so
walBBB : aa awdmdaal ia a mere ceet and con
awwaaaw eaaM hae prodoeed Etwh a compost
iab m the tal iiig, which I fighted upon the
Bali' kq ia the jMaajr, No. 142, dated 159
eat age. It k farsarded to Mr. Spectator by
old lady of Etxty-seveo, as an
c of bar the thiag oaght to be dose :
, 171 iVaaVwa.- If ay Tignaooe bad
I watani ar Toar weaare and repose
I .have aay fceee, yoa fast niebt (Anr. 6, 199
jiaaN agaj stent ia tcaatr,ead bad every good
agaTIa yaar rttnaaane. To have ray thoegbts
ewartasei aa Tea. to he ia eooetaat fear of erery
I BoMiat m ueuca aaanu life i liable, aod to send
a aay hiailj prayer la avert then from yon ; 1
. Maiaai, that to thiak aod tbas to soffer. is
waa I aa far her who k ia pais at my approach,
aaataBt al aw taader sorrow iatpertiBence. Yon
( ary eyes, my eyes that are ready
aataniii. bat eaa not give relief to
; heart, that lactates what I am now
to tal too all itsacbinrs.
Baa-art thea, eh ay eoal. stoteo from tbytelf!
JafrewwM an nbai paper, sad ay friends n-
anafcae. I have ao hope of qoiet bat from yoor
laV; h ciaa R woald awke more for yoar tri
aaww. aria ree paia a the tyranny, to make
hwaaaj- the Use eauare of beaaty. If yon woald
aaMu arit, yao woald find an agreeable
We hi ataats&iBg the attendance of a slave to
neetee the cetapltiiiace of a companion. I bear
nOtefc auric Wpes of the laUer cendition ; a3 I
awe ha ahiias withoet mnriBcricg at the power
Bek iaAon them, so I cedd unjoy freedom
wlftaet Jar?ettiBg tbe mercy that gave it.
aaiua, I ssi roar taost devoted, most obedi
eatSemaC. Tb oalr good tnodm Jove-letter the present
waiter reaembers to hae seen a-as one written
br bfesSfK. This mar seem like ranitv. bnt it ie i
sat s. The leUer was the composition of an
other persaa, a bricklayer, who having to mend a
capper is a certain house, asked the writer, who
happened to be at home Tor the holidays, whe'ier
ie woald mind doing a - bit oi wrjUngJJorhtm,'
'xi.it a-aj.tae.time sc he had handlrfiin
aaFKlos - T
"Miss." The writer asked, "Miss wbatT" The
bricklayer, in seme confusion. anjwered,"Stokes,"
bet thought there was " tio call to put that
down." The writer suggested " Dear Miss." The
bricklayer fired rip, and declared he wasn't going
to knnckle under like that. Tbe writer accord
ingly set down "Miss" in bis best round band,
with a flourish that carried tbe word to the ond
of tbe line. " Your treatment of me the other
night," continued the bricklayer, " was too bid ;
tbe oatfflower I gave yon at our last meeting was
perfectly fresh, though you chose to consider it
Dot so. I can be as proud as yon can ; I did not
pkk it np after yoa bad threw it down." The
writer seggested " thrown." The bricklayer
asked Mm if he was certain about it Tbe writer
gave him an assurance to that effect. The brick
layer went on :
" I ask yeu to let bygones be bygones, Mary,
ami I will take you to Greenwich. Why should
persons keeping company have words ? The lives
ef tbe longest of as soon ends in the grave, and
what will be your feelings there when yon look
back on the 18th of August?" Hero the brick
layer cleared his throat.
The writer wished to know if he should go on.
The brieklaycr asked " how he was off for room,"
and suggested that he should take a measurement.
The writer said be could rule tbe other side, and '
this was dene. j
" Come, let ns be happy together," resumed j
the bricklayer, in verse, " fer where there's a '
will there's a way. Let your heart be as light as
a feather ." I
The writer asked if this were the beginning J
of a letter to another person. The bricklayer
said no, but his composition seemed to want
something to finish it off; perhaps the writer
ooakl think of a line or two himself? The
writer meditated. The bricklayer resumed the
setting of the copper.
" I dreamt," said the bricklayer, after a pause.
' I dreamt,' that 'ud do, if I could onlv recol
lect it."
' 'That I dwelt,'" suggested tbe writer.
"That's it," said the bricklayer
" in marble balls,
With rascals and srls by my ride,
.Bat tbe oely thing wbFcb pleased me most
Wa that you was to be my brlda"
The verse was written ; " Yours, Obediently,"
was added to it, with the, bricklayer's name, and
the thing was done. Cassett's Magazine
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.Tbe'wTrierafctecled. The bricklayer produced a
sbcet tTfoolsap frota tie interior of hu-hat-Tee
writer, fcicknj a rnJer from tie library, cor
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wai s presoaitory tap of his trowel, dictated
ArrtURAXoE and Keautv. Nothing is more
rare in the world ol man than to find the form
and the spirit in accordance, and to meet with
bohU not in mufti. The typical poet or artist with
bis torn-down collar and longhair floated wildly
to the winds, bis eyes full of Ere and frenzy, see
ing things which ordinary mortals do not see,
bearing music of the spheres to which our grosser
senses are closed, is a pretty fable that every now
and then finds an exponent mofe or less exact to
the ideal; bat in general onr modern poots and
artists are very much the same in outward ap
pearance as other folks, clean lineti being no
longer unknown among them, while tailors and
barbers hare their will of them as of their less
gifted neighbors. And i! they, the typical poet
and artist, have abandoned their old habit of pro
claiming themselves from the outside, lo whom
else rball ne look? And indeed, the fact is as
wo have said : people aro very seldom what they
seem to be, or shore what they are. As Xature
gives mimic forms to helpless creatures to conceal
them from their enemies witness stick and. leaf
insects, and the like so the soul seems to 6ave
itself from being preyed on by the disguise of a
false presentiment, and the precaution of coing
about in mufti. Sometimes the mufti is more
beautiful than the soul sometimes less so.butal
nwst always like the lapwing, which makes be-
!e.ve to liavoa broken wing, and cries out in her
grievous hurt, that she may load you away from
her nest, human nature misleads the observer by
showing signs of what it is not.
Do you see that bright-eyed and demonstrative
person mar. or woman t a very dashing, jovial,
impulsive kind of person a person with small
square teeth 6bown liberally in a constant smile,
with bright eyes capable of flashing pleasantly,
with the frankest, blithest, most inconsequent
manner altogether an artles3, sell-unconscious-looking
person, whose beart'is on his or her sleeve
for daws to peck at if tbey come that way. You
give your trust to that person ; you. open your '
own heart to that great hospitable heart or his or I
hers ; you are free to his freedom, confldential to 1
her espansiveness : yoo accept the private valua
tion she puts on hetself, and you take him at his
own figure, which is a high one. Ton trust him
becanse ho says he is trustworthy ; and you let
her take possession of you while you seem to be
receiving her into your own being, so was once
before enacted in that old tale of the wooden
horse which entered Troy; and you translate
yoor feelings into deeds, and do as you are bid.
and follow as you are led. Who would not, with
such an artless and transparent guide ? .My dear
creature, you were nerer more mistaken ir, your
life! That impulsive, pushing manner nfTprtpil hv
yoor friends is the result of the calmest and cool
est calculation. Every trill of that unctions voice
is studied; the value of each glance of those
beaming eyes is known and understood; tbe
backward fling of the head, the very attitude of
tbe hands in that suggestive throw which seems
to mean, "I give," all is a matter of the most
consummate art, and the wholo play means hook
ing yon, if you are good for anything when hooked.
Mrs. E. Lynn Linton, in London Society.
BoTAXizixo w the Sandwich Islands. A
correspondent in Honolulu, after making a botan
icaltour in the Kaala range, (Waianae, Oabn, Ed.)
says : Botanuanc on this island 13 not
without considerable danger. Only imagine
descending a "steep decline of 70 degrees,
which had to be done chiefly by swing-,
iug from the roots of one tree to tho branches of
the nest one below-, and that at a height of 2,
0O0 feet above the deep gorge beneath our feet."
Nature, however, seems in all cases to provide a
rew-ara lor tier admirers, who voluntarily jeipose
themselves to such dancers for the purpose of
bringing to the eyes of science her numerous hid
den beauties, for the writer continues to say. he
was not a little surprised by the dUcotery of a
violet with splendid snow-white waiy flowers,
some of .which were almost half an inch in diam
eter; and 'eiqnisitely perfumed. He-considered
it probably a variety or Viola chamissoniana,
which he found in its ordinary state lower down ;
in the forest ; but tho pure white flowers stretch
ing out their long peduncles above the surround
ing low undergrowth, and luxuriating in the fall
sunshine of an azure sky. far exceeded in beauty
those of Viola diamissoniana, which are of tbe
ordinary violet color. Weekly Bulletin, Feb. 10.
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Paper Fasteners, Rubber, Erasers, Itnlers,
Pcnracks, Red Tape, Rather Bands,
Scalicg Wax, Notarial Seals. Ac
lllnnlc Itookts, LcilRrrn, Joarnah
Day, Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
Scrap, Leg, Receipt and N'ota Beeke, ' at
Penn's Letter Books, with Ink"'
Tress CecTlnt: Books;
Drawing Paper, Blotting Paper and Boards,
iirutoi iioams, ft ater Colors, Dominoes,
Chess and Backgammon Board.
Star Medlcsted Paper'. Ac.
To the above, with a largo Sioply of Hr
A1RER1CAN & ENGLISH PERIODICALS SY EVERY HAIL
will shortly be expected, a lull and complete ass't o
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tiro cHTTtTii.T-iyig- Xallaamary
XjT Will contain Standard Works ef Fletlon. and
Xew Books will be added by every Steamer.
j. r. amitn s, uickeus', llulwers. D Israeli's,
Eugene Sue's. Wilkie Collins', Marryatt. 4
MUs Braddon's, Mrs. Henry Woed's.
Mrs. Ellen Wood's, Miss Mnlhach's. Thackaray '1,
Mrs. drey's Victor Hugo's, T. S. Arthur's,
Pierce Eagan's, and others are now on band.
Engraving, Caligraphj, Stencil Cutting A Ccjjisg.
will (till be attended to.
Thankful for past faTor. the advertiser hone, hr
strict attention to business and the wants ef Ms pat
rons, to meet with a continuance of the same.
JCt All orders frani lb ITAtinlrw an.1 It., nth.
Isfands, promptly attended to, at tbe lowest rates.
Honolulu, Sept. 27th, 1S70. 3;-6m
MEKCHANDISE. &C.
SELLING
OFF I
Crochet Cotton and Patent Eisenyarn,
Ladies' White Cotton Hose,
Gents' Brown Cotton half-hose.
Button Rings,
Brown and White Cotton Undershirts,
Patent Highland Playing Cards,
Oil.
... 1100
....13 00
... 13 00 I
....0 00
....13 00
...1309
...1300
...100O
...1000
... 8 00 I
I'uilocomc, Pomade and Macassar
and
A Lot of Fancy Articles.
ALSO
By Otlacr Trjci-XTzils,
A Choice Assortment of
...1400
Jo?
... 700
... 700
... 700
... 600
. 500
... SoO
... 4tO
.. . 4 00
400
400
London Monthlies,
London Art Journal
" Society Magaziue
" Oornblll Magazine
Delgravit Macazioe
Temple Bar Magazine ..
English Society.
All the Year Hound, (Dickens' Magazine).'
Chambers' Journal
GoodWords ..........
London Qoarterly ..!'....'."..
Westminster Qoarterlv " ","
Pinhtinrh nn
r- ' j . . . ...... ................... J MM
North British Qnarterlj "."!"!" 400
American Monthlies.
Litteira Uviog Age (weeklj) M 00
Boston Waverlj Magazine . ( 8 00
Eclectic 31agazine V" 6 00
llant's Merchant's Magazine '.... 600
Harper's Macazine . " ...
Atlantic Monthlj 5ftn
fcribner's Monthly 5 00
Leslie's Mazszine .,.; 500,
Oodej's Ladj's Book 600
lemnrest's Slonthlv. . . m
TbeOalaaj ".'.."Y""" SOO
Overlao 1 Montblj $ qq
Peterson's 31afnzrno ' " '.J" 300
Arthur's Ladt's Magazine 3 00
Our YoungToIks 3 qq
Sabbath at Home OTracl Societj's M6nlhij)"""""" 4 00
Australian Papers.
The Australasian (weeklj) ......1000
" uwn aiiu uQDirj .foiiinai . 1000
Melbourne IllustratrateJ News '.' 1000
The Weeklj Sjdoey Herald 600
Devoted Exclusively to Music.
iiiicococK s Jlagaztne. .. : . 400
Peter's Musical Monthlj . .''. 4 00
3Anj Perlodkais, not In this list, will be ordered at
-"j .iuiw,auu sappneu si cost ana cnarges.
Address II. 31. AVIIITJfEY.
Wonoluln. isn. . Si3mc
CROCKERY.
a lew superior uinncr sets, warranted superior to any
In tbe market, also Medium Sets. Nappies. Chambers. Bowls. Plates.
1'itcners, .wers ana iiasins, uups and saucers, etc.
T- A T"TfP fTT Boiled nnd Raw, Castor Oil. Ncnts Foot Oil, Bright Vnr-
-1- jlI-J X JL UiiJ, nish. Superior Carriage Varnish in one gallon cans. Da mar, Copal, Coach
and Furniture Varnish. Hubbuck's No. 1 White Lead and Zinc not tbe good or mcdicm quality, but
ine Tery Desu lied htta, rutty, Venetian Kea, Chrome kellow, Kosin, Umber, Drop Black, Sienna.
CTT VTTT3TTiin Brushes or nil kinds Paint, Varnish, Hnir, Teeth, Crumb,
lO JL JXXJ-ILjO. Centrifugul, Blinder, Ac. Wrought Iron of assorted sizes, ronnd and flat.
Best Cast Steel, octagon from to 1 inch. Carbon Filters, Charcoal Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Galvanized
aaus auu jluds, fence Hire, receivtu in spienaia order in casks coated witn tar.
ALSO
EXPECTED BY THE MOSES TAYLOR & SYREN,
-a- TiA-r&e a HsorfnvrnjJT oar
American Hardware, Agricultural Implements
A FIXE ASSORTJ1ENT OF KEROSEXE LAjIPS, new styles and burners,
CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS, BRACKET IajU'S, M
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL, FROM BOSTON,
BYAil'S EIGIIT-CARD 3LVTCIIES AT LOWEST RATES.
The Celebrated Paris Plows and Extra Points, &c.
w o TTTxrlto Inspection of tlacso G-ooclis
ORDERS FROM THE "OTHER ISLANDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
WIRE! WIRE!! WIRE!!!
as
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Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery,
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
Saddlery, Groceries!,
l'liIniH and OIIm,
A Vail Paper,
AND THE BEST BRANDS OF
OElilSIAN' PALE ALE & P0ETER,
qts t pts-sDeetjen i Echrooder's Star brand,
Best French Clarels and Brandy,
Rhine Wine, (Jcnuine Holland Gin,
in eases and in bnlk,
Sparkling; Iloclf, In quarts and pints,
Port lVfnc, UoITm 31nlt Extract
Ladies' and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of the beat make and manufacture,
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of thanewest pattern, and unsnrpaswd in bril
liancy of tone,
Three Large Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safes,;
AND
A Variety of Other Articles,
Too Ncmerous to Mention,
Suitable for Town and Country Trade
For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
ALSO
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
J. W. W1DDIFIELD,
IVoulit Call the Attention of
PLANTERS, JfERCIIASTS & MECHANICS
TO THIS LAKOE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HAEDWASE!
PECULIARLY ADAPTED
For (he TTanfs of the Islaad Trade.
FAIiLi TRADE 18TO
Best A I Hawaiian
r mss beef-
PACKED BY
C BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
AND WARRANTED.
233- Tbe above Beef is naeWd hr an .-rnr;.4
r"..v , T . --. . r
"" curea m urerpooi salt, and packed in
lurfa Island bait. The best referencee can be
given, t or sale in quantities to suit by
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolnln. Sept. 14th, 1S70. 35-fim
On laiiaiaeL!
jyj-cJIUnilAY'S Fresh Oygtcrs,
No. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddy,
Manila Rope 1, 2, 2j and 3 insbes,
Havana Cigars the best in the market,
Swiss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil; Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco
New Styles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
(Tents' Furnishing Goods, American, 4e, Ac,
For Sale Cheap,
at tbe Store of
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
tt , , . of Street.
Honolulu, Sept, 14th. 1870. 3S-tf
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIB ADVANTA0E
TO GIVE 2TE A CALL!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
ASJtAXY TIllSGS WILL ME SOLD
3STot Only ett Coat.
BUT IN MANY INSTANCES,
GREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MAKE ROOM
FOR A LARGE 5: VARIED ASSORTAIE.NT
agricultural and Other Implements,
Comlns: from the Eai.
The Usual Discount Made to the Trade!
2Sf Orders from the other Islands -e.peetiUly
solicited, promptly attended to and filled with care.
X3T No Connection with the Firm across tie Wit.
3m 24
Pro Bono Publico V
I.v a recent action against the corporation or
Canterbnty, England, to recover damages for in
jcries received by the plaintiff, he having been
torown irom jnscarmge in tbe night time bj
coming jnjtactgith a pile of stones left inlhe
highway; tho'somewhat sicgnlar defence waset
np that "the accident would not have occurred in
the day-time, nnd that, as darkness was "the act
of God, so . waa the accident The Lord Chief
Justice is said to have rnled against (his point
with ranch warmth.
FENCING WIRE, BEST QUALITY
Nos. 4, 5, and 6, '
IF'oir Sale ei-t "tla. Lowest 3arairls.et
DELIilNGHAM & CO.
.... 8-2m.- j
. Oars,
"REST New Bedford Ash Oars All sires.
XJ
For sale by
21
J30LLES i CO.
VICTOIIIA and California IteU U ricks
For sale by 2J B0LLES & CO.
CALIFORNIA CHEESE,-" 5
SAXOON PILOT I5KEAD, CRACKERS,
Jenny Lind Cakes, Jumbles, etc- etc., received
per Moses Taylor. (?) B0LLE3 A CO.-
BUST iinglish l'ortland CeoeBU Forsale
by 2 B0LLES CO.
200 BBLS. of 0EEG0N PL0UE,
and roa SALE
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores!
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT ON
Hand, kept by any House on these Islands, and
... .i ui a.owet i possioie frices. by
J B0LLES & CO.
JTJST RECEIVED
Cheap by
6
C. BREWER A CO,
Russia Bolt Rope,
ASSORTED SIZES For sale by v
- B0LLES A CO.
A CEXEUAL iSSOItTHEST OF
Groceries and Ship Stores j
and will be Sold at I
B0LLES i CO.
Hemp Cordage !
SUN Mannfaetnre. Siies, from 1J to 8 inches,
in bond or duty paid. For sale by
J B0LLES A CO.
Manila Cordage,
r. ci7rc - i -b . . .
For i ale bj
A LI tSZL5 ftm m to 5 inch, in bond
A HVAYS on hand
XX the lowest prices, by
Z
B0LLES 4 CO.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHEB,
Tanned Goat( and Sheep Skins,
CO.TSTANTI.TOY'IIAJfD and. for Sale.
trewthawalWnosrn., &5,n '
WA1HEA TA5SKKT, C. SOTLET, I'rop'r
A. 8. CLEOHOE-f, igenL
Spunyarn, Houseline,
WORMLINE, Marlln, Seiziatr, Ratlin,
etc., etc. A full assortment for sale by
B0LLE3 A CO.
In Bond or Duty Paid I
Cotton UucTi.
.GENERAL ASSORTMENT of N..
XI; bers. Fcrtaleby
S0LLES ACO.
H. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
SC-VJ'O OH TTra-n
AND IN TRANSIT,
Direct Importations
FROM
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
'JTlsc Ijurgctit and
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
ON THE HAWAIIAN CHOCP,
Consisting in Part of, tU tbe Celebrated
C2r23 WTJIUrS
Scotch Tweed Suits !
Cashmere, Cloth Ds-JU Garmcuta,
in all varieties.
Complete Black Dress and Walking Snits,
llojs' H LI:e Liaen Cashmere
aad Ototh SaitsJ
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
Cents' Furnishing Goods.
Saratoga and dents' Leather Trunks,
JOHN 51. DAVIES A COS
Celebrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Daries A Jones, in all grades.
Orerahlrtal OTcrstblrla I OTcrahlrts.
In Oiey Flannel, Diagonal,
PrluUd and Crineaa.
ALL OF THESE GOODS
1 ARE AT
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PB1CES!
Hats! Hats!
Hosiery! Hosiery!
Mats !
Hosiery !
For OenU', Ladies and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENGLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DEY GOODS
AND
Yaiilcee IVotions !
Boots and Shoes,
DIRECT FEOii THE ilANDFACTUREBS.
At the TCi-y Iorext Boxalhl Prlre
By the original package.
AN ASSOBTMT1LENT OS
French Gaiters lc Pumps,
Of the Latest Styles., warranted ennIneAof tit
Tery best maleriaL Aslo eosstaatlr on naia
The very best lmpottatlo of jfaniia Ctgara
For Bale by
M. S. CRINBAUM CO;,
15-tf
UaW Block.

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