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HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
mitE UM1F.RSIGXED CONTINUE TC
JL,TW the highest market price for Dry Hides
GoftI 5 Hns asd Goat Tallow.
4SI4m , C. BREWER X Ca
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE TO
btrWwli st good prim. Wools cooing to
nerket this Spring r-arUcolarlj desired to make
fT-ght (Hib ' C. BREWER i CO.
IVOTICE.
, sTAYTXG PCROIASED TIFT
t-VXV" JCacfcsEa&h Hhcss Too!,, Mock: and Good
rt-lrit. IB oftht basinesa of Mr. Wm. DUNCAN,
fb&icf on Queen tret, orpuelte the
old cava House, wn b dewed, and the
Reaarrd to the Shop on lbe Esplanade,
Wtere HactemitMngwil! be Carried On
In all Ilit Iiranchcs.
Ship Smithing,
Carriage Smithing,
And Horse-Shoeing.
Fnrtiraliu- Attention rnld to
X fnSy competent worfcxua brine cmrloyed to nuke It
BLACKSMITH'S COAL ani IRON
Atwmyvon ITand and ftor Sale.
ttjrOrdmrMat2ieotter Jriaiwfri prumptlx CUtd ud
PIE FRUH"S WD PICKLES!
Fresh French Olive Oil,
AM) AX
Extensive Assortm't of other Groceries
TOR BALE BT
4Mtf H. HACKFELO A Co.
SALMON.
Colombia River Bed Salmon!
Of the Packing of J 873.
rorSaleby riSJtf) IL HACKFEXD& 00.
Dellinger's Pilot Bread !
XX BOXES,
Jmt Eeceived per J. A. Falkinburg.
Far Sale by S tf n. HACKFELD A 00.
U XT
JXO, ir. TIIO.IPSOV.
FOR THE LADIES!
CASTLE & COOKE
HAVE RECEIVED
"BY LATE ARRIVALS !
EINE CAMBRIC AND IIA1IDURG EDO
1X05, Fine White fi quels.
Use VictorU learns. White liacn Cuffs,
Bleached ud Unbleached Hosiery,
- lisle Thmi Hoee, Fine mite Handkerchiefs,
.Fine til Lists Table Damask, Linen Xapkins ,
ara Casras in white and'buff',
- AIe assortment f Pearl Bottom,
-Pillow Can Cells and Linen, Lisle Elastic,
A fall astor't cf Orr'i A HcXaught'e Spool
lOR THE GENTLEMEN !
Fine Black Cloths,
Fine Black Doeskins,
Pine all "Wool Twee ids & Buckskin
Jost the thing for 'iriatcr Tear.
TTATEB mOOrS, Eeditm and fine qualities,
Tiae Brown Mix and Grej Mix
ALL WOOL WATERPROOF
'. . FIXE WHITE VESTING MARSEILLES.
Fin ud Medina Linn Dock and Drilling,
Heary rials and Striped Brown Lists Drill,
Jut tit tbisr for bojs and men's working
clothes.
tienra Larr. Linen Handkerchiefs, Xlncn
Caffs.
'i'nae Assortment of Beady Made Shirt Bosons,
EXLK.il! EEIXO asd COTTON UNDERSHIRTS.
Superior Cotton Half note,
"White Merino Half Hose.
, .ALSO ON HAND,
AciDttesg.Feari Hirer And Koglifh Denims,
TiacstJLtaericu and EsglUti Cot loci ble&cbed
aad c&Uelred from 7-3 to 1M in width.
, , JUaciicu 'White all WooJ and SflkVoo! Fla.nnels
Ecwlrt, Else and While Twilled Fluneli.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS!
Tarw, Eagle So. and I Stetl SI and 10 PIowi,
CtltiTaUrr. Hortt Hon, Ehortti, Spader, Oot,
Hoes, TLiiia, Blsd Forki, asd Coal SI or tit .
A FIXE ASSOUTMEST OF SHELF HARDWABE
Cocjr' asd Carptsten' Tools, Snip Angtn.
Saddlery.
E3GLSII AXD AHERICAX SADTJUX !
,r .Cheap and Best.
Crcjpm, Martxcgalef, Bridle and Halters, Booklet,
Eirgi, Ornamesta and Girthl.
A LARGE VARIETT OF
-Brown, White and Taney Soaps.
Downer's aad Dcroe's Kerosene OH,
A Tise Acsortment of
Paints zvrxL Oils!
Beat Esgllfh and American.
JCST EECEIVED TO-DAT,
Kegs of Extra Fine Kohala Sugars,
rtt CHEAP. 3m
JUST RECEIVED!
1VEW GOODS
From Claina I
nx SAX FX AX CISCO.
PER BARK "J.W. SEAYER,"
Consisting of
.TINE JEWELRY for Ladies,
tones m 2?ccUces and Bracelets, uxln3 and Brooches.
xziM&t of OyvUL OorTMliazk, TurtoM lacll, GolJ
and SCrcr and Blrd Head Style.
SILK FOR DRESSES,
r Jto&ceet Ttca. fctriped. Checked, and assorted colors.
MOSQUITO NETTING I
Pure TVhite GRASS CLOTH.
zacy Slippers fer Ladies L Gcntlf men.
Colcred Embroidered Silk Scarfs.
Ladiet' Lacquered "Work Boxes.
: ine Carved Sandalwood & Ivory
CARD CASES.
1 xper Cotters, Boxes,
,. All kinds of fans,
J curl. Cornelian and Ixory Sleere
Battoni and Stndx.
i sd olber CcrioUes too Dsmeross to mention.
ALSO
flHI UNA MATTH!
C hina and Japan TEAS.
tc &C. ttt &c
r Salt sr Afnnrr Xt. Anhiiflr
TTotiann atrttt. Dear King-
i Water I Water!
Is xii, rxurrnab, soncr, the uocbs
Pi m 7 to 9 A. K.. and froni 4 to 5 P. K.
THOS. LOXO, Sopt. "Water TTorra.
I note5E.XoT. II. Id. 4 SO xm
TJ s HIustrated Christian Weekly
1 srntXEB to scbsceiberx at .oo
tunm. . 11. SL WIirTNEV.
JEFFREY & CO.'S EDINBURGH ALE,
IN QUARTS AND rlNTS.
TkTORWXGIAX AtE, IX QUARTS AJfD
Jl TEVIS.
German Alt, Ker Brand, In quarts and pista.
lloEand Gin, stone Juxla'lMkta,. " " '
Itonand Gin, square botuta Is casta.
Etronc Unm, In barrels.
Alcohol, In tins ana 6tmJohns.
Otmrot cuTtrtnt toailUta.
Llebfrauenmilch, Rhino Wino !
Seltxcr Water, In Stone -I "KT1
For Sale DT tiltfj U. HACKIXLD A CO.
A Small Lot of Westphalia Hams,
A Prime Article,
Just Eeceived ex E. C. Wylie,
And for Sale In quantities to snlt, by
HI XI H. IIACKFELD 4 CO.
CjtclsJjlgiCL Sugar
IN' 100 lb. ILEUS,
FOR KAIX BT
4a if n. lumuixn 4 co.
LUMBER, LUMBER!
LUMBER!
OF
ALL SORTS, SIZES & DESCRIPTIONS
AND
BUILDING MATERIALS !
AT
The Yard and on the Wharf!
COMPRISING
IVor'Wcst Scantling, Timber !
PLANK, BOARDS,
Battens,
Flooring,
Laths,
Pickets, &c.
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
Plank, Boards,
Battens, Flooring, -Monlding,
Pickets,
Xaths, Posts,
Wainscotting,
&c. &c, &c.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles
White Fine Boards,
Doors, R. P. lmo.,2mo., & Sasli
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLASS,
Wall Paper and Border
In Large Variety.
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE, VARNISH,
Paint and "Wliitcrnoli Brashes,
Locks, Hinges,
. Butts.. Screws,
Sash Weights Sc. Line.
Af PUULOA SALT, ETC., ETC
GOODS DELIVERED III TOWN FREE OF CHARGE,
S3-At anj- I'ort In this Kingdom its per
Con tract, -sn
WILDER & CO.,
3m Corner Fort and Queen Streets
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Offer for Sale
SHIP IIAiDLEM
Wow
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK!
GROCERIES,
Flour cfc Bread !
Lime and Cement,
California Hay,
AND
By Steamer from San Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
.'a f .
.Agonta for
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry DavisTalnkiller,
Punloa Saltworks
59-3m
President's Message.
"We give below a synopsis of the prin
cipal suggestions made to Congresss by
President Grant in his late message.
After congratulating Congress on the
friendliness of our relations -with foreign
powers, and on the result of the American
display at the "Vienna Exposition, the au
dience question in China, the Geneva arbi
tration and the settlement of the north
western boundary, he says, in reference to
CLAIMS OF AUE3SS,
"I recommend legislation to create a
special Court, to consist of three judges,
who shall be empowered to hear the
claims of aliens upon the United States,
arising out of the acts committed against
their persons or property during the in
surrection. The recent conference under
the Treaty of Washington was confined
to the claims of British subjects, arising
during the period named in the treaty,
but it is understood there are other British
claims of a similar nature arising after the
8th of April, 1865, and it is known that
other claims of like nature are advanced
by citizens or subjects of other powers.
It is desirable to have these claims also
examined and disposed of." He also coun
sels forbearance towards the Venezuelan
Government, pending the settlement of
claims against that country.
SANTA DOMINGO.
The President refers to Congress the
application of the San Dominican Govern
ment for a Protectorate without recom
mendation. AMERICAS CITIZENS ABROAD.
The President invites Congress to mark
out and decline when and how expatria
tion can be accomplished to regulate by
law the condition of American iromcn
marrying foreigners; to fix the status of
children born in a toreign country ol
America parents residing more or less
permanently abroad, and to make rules
lor determining such other kindred points
as may seem best to Congresss.
SPAIN AND CUBA.
After congratulating Spain on the or
ganization of a Republican form of Gov
ernment he says that she has in Cuba an
element more dangerous to the continued
Colonial relation between Cuba and Spain
than that which inspired the insurrection
at Yarra an clement opposed to grant
ing any relief from misrule and abuse,
with no aspiration after freedom, com
manding no sympathy in human breasts,-
aiming to rivet stronger the shackles of
slavery and oppression tneir power in
Cuba and under professions of loyalty to
the mother country is exhausting the re
sources of the island, and is doing acts
which 'are"at'variance"with those princi
ples of justice, liberality and of right,
which cive nobilitv of character to a re
public. In the interests of humanity, of
civilization and ot progress, it is to be
hoped that this 'evil in future maybe soon
broken. ;
TTIE "VIRGIXIUS" MASSACRE.
, In referring to the " Virginins" outrage,
the President xecites the agreement ma"de
between the two countries, merely adding
that as the protocol is in cipher he prefers
to wait nntil itis confirmed bymail before
he lays it before Congress-
AMENDMENTS TO TnE CONSTITUTION.
The President suggests two amend
ments to the constitution. Firstj that the
Chief Executive shall have power to ap
prove part of any measure passing Con
gress and to reject the balance. Second,
that the business of extra sessions of Con
gress shall consist only of such measures
as the President may suggest to its atten
tion. CHEAT TRANSPORTATION.
In regard to this most important Enb
ject, the President simply says: " Cheap
transportation a subject that has attract
ed the attention of both producers and
consumers for the past few years, and
laws of Congress on this subject will have
the hearty support of the Executive."
SHIPPING INTERESTS.
He estimates the increase in ship-building
during the past year, to be'abont three
per cent, and urges thatsorae'measurcs bo
instituted to still further stimulate this en
terprise. He recommends that govern
ment shall pay the .expenses of keeping
up the Illinois and the Erie canals, if the
States through which thev run will en
large them to the capacity of large ves
sels, no also recommends an expedition
up the Amazon in the interest of Ameri
can commerce.
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS.
After reciting the condition of the Post
Office Department, he says: "And es
pecially do I urge favorable action of Con
gress on the important recommendation
of the Postmaster-General for the estab
lishment of United States Postal Savings
Depositories. Your attention is also
again called to the consideration of the
question of postal telegraphs, and the ar
guments adduced in support thereof, in
the hope that you may take such action in
connection therewith, as in your judg
ment will most contribute to the best in
terests of the country."
TI1E ARMT AND 2TAVT.
The President calls the attention of
Congress, to the necessity of preparing
for war in time of peace, and suggests
that our sea coast defenses be put in full
and ample repair, and that the Navy be
kept in its most effective condition.
JUSTICE IN UTAH.
In view of the decision in the case of
Clinton against Englebrecht, he says,
"That to prevent anarchy there, it is evi
dently necessary that Congress provide
the Courts with some mode of obtaining
jurors, and I recommend legislation to
that end, and also that the Probate Courts
of the Territory, which now assume to
issue writs of injunction and habeas cor
pus, and to try criminal cases and ques
tions as to land title, be denied jurisdic
tion not possessed ordinarily by Courts
of that description.
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM.
He suggests that a Special Committee
of Congress might confer with the Civil
Board during the present session, for the
purpose of devising such rules as can be
maintained, and which will secure the ser
vices of honest and capable officials, and
which" will also protect them in a degree
of confidence while in office. Proper
rules will protect Congress' as well asho
Executive lrora much needless precaution,
and will prove of great value to the pub
lic, at large.
MISCELLANEOUS
'A jnodificajion of the XaUojaljfcnking
system is suggested.
He also recommends a modification of
the Bankrupt Act'J suggests a census
every five years, and recommends caution
in dealing with claims against the Gov
ernment arising out of destruction pro
perty during the rebellion.
He announces rid modification of the
Indian policy but recommends a territorial
form ot liovernment lor ine inaian Aern
tory. He recommends that Colorado be ad
mitted as a State.
He suggests an irrigating canal from
the Rocky Mountains to the Missouri
river.
He renews his recommendations for
general amnesty.
He recommends the enactment of a law
to better secure the civil rights which
freedom should secure, but has not cffec-
tually secured, to the cnlrancnised slaves.
Home Recreations.
Among the most pleasing of homo re
creations are those afforded by the arts and
sciences. A collection of engravings,
which every one can make gradually and
at a trifling expense, affords an inexhaus
tible source of not onlv innocent but im
proving recreation. The stereoscope, of
all recently invented optical instruments,
is one of the most beantiful. Microscopes
are made so cheaply that one might oe
found in every parlor, and the collection
of insects, and curious vegetable and min
eral productions for examination, would
pleasantly occupy many an idle hour.
But, if you have not a microscope, a
very good one can readily bo made of a
pretty high power, and sufficient for the
examination of small objects, thus: Take
a piece of lead about a sixteenth of an
inch in thickness. Make a perfectly round
hole in it, of from an 'eighth to a quarter
of an inch in diameter. Drop in this hole
a drop of perfectly pure water, and you
will have a double convex lens as perfect
as can be made by art, and of a high mag
nifying power.
Narrow strips of glass, such as glaziers
cut from panes in fitting them, may also
be melted at the end into globules, which
answer very well for examining small ob-
odjccis.
One of the prettiest things in the world
is the camera-obsenra. It may be con
structed in various ways. Make a room
perfectlydark, excepting an opening in a
blind an inch across, and you. will have
an inverted picture of the external laud
scape, in all its beautiful colors, on the op
posite wall, or on a white curtain. A
more perfect picture, but on a smaller
scale, is lound by placing a convex lens
an old spectable glass will answer in
the opening, ,or over it on the outside and
receiving the picture on a sheet of thin.
oiled paper; or with a looking glass it
may do inrown down upon a table, which
should be covered with white cloth. The
camera obsenra is formed upon the same
principal as the eye, and the picture of
external nature is like that whicn is paint
ed upon the retina.
There are some experiments in physics
modified by the 'will, which are full of
wonder and amnsement. Here is one
which science has never been able to ex
plain :
Let one person lie down on the floor.
Select four others, who must stand, one
at each shoulder, and one at each thich.
They all stoop; and "placing'the forefinger
oi eacn nand under the shoulders and
thighs, attempt to raise the person from
the floor. This can be done by a particu
lar process. At a signal given bv one se
lected to direct the experiment, the five
persons, including the one to be lilted,
draw m their breaths together, and
oreaiuc out ine same way three lull in
spirations, followed bv three expirations.
If all has beeu done properly at the third
expiration the person on the floor may bo
lilted slowly, and with scarcely any aP'
parent effort, upon the points of the eight
ringers as high as they can reach. The
persons lifting are not conscious of raising
more than a weight of two or three
pounds, while the' person lifted has a sen
sation oi buoyancy, as it he were rising
on -aw cushions. If a person outside
touches one of those who are lifting, with
so much as the slightest 'touch of the fin
ger? it appears, to break the spell, and the
individual who was risincr so pleasantly
into the air falls through the fingers sud-
J . 1 - T - l , . n
ueiuiy aim violently to me uoor.
No scientific man has given any expla
nation of this phenomenon. It does not
matter in tho'leastliow heavy the'porson
is who is lifted. There is Ho preceptible
difference between a man of a hundred
weigh and ono of three hundred. Nor
does the strength of those who lift appear
to make any difference. They must be
earnest, and ioiiow the directions and sig
nals of the leader:
A piece of pine half an inch thick,
twelve or fourteen inches in length, and
made to. taper to the ends may be made
to rest each end on a wine glass. Now,
if struck down with a, quick blow, the
stick may be broken in two without
breaking the glasses. On the same prin
ciples man may lie on the floor or across
two chairs, wjitlm heavy rock or a light
anvil upon his stomach, and allow it to
ue nammered with a heavy black-smitirs
hammer, when it looks to "the spectator
as if every blo w would take his life.
These experiments arc of easy explana
tion, its they depend upon the inertia of
matter and the. gradual distribution of
forces. But who can explain the action
of the boomerang T a crooked stick which
the native Australian will throw around
a horse or a tree, so that it will coiuq
back 'to his feet. You can make a sort
of a boomerang with pasteboard. Take
a piece four or five inches square ; cut it
so as to leave two sides an inch wide like
a letter L. Lay this on a book so that
one end will project over the side about
an inch. Strike it smartly with a small
rod and it will go flying a short distance,
stop, hover in the air a moment, and come
back to" your feet.
An instantaneous and intense light has
sometimes been sprung upon a party so as
to produce consternation and amusement
according to circumstance!!. Suppose the
room darkened for any ostensible object
such, for example, as the exhibition of
the 'magic lantern. - Have in a small plate
a few grains of equal parts of powdered
loaf:sugar and chlorate of potash mixed to
gether. Touch the powder with a drop
of sulphuric acid and yon have a light so
intense that the eyes can scarcely bear it.
There are hundreds of beautiful experi
ments in chemistry, magnetism, and elec
tricity, which afford a fund of amusement
and food for thought. A French naturalist
said, he could spend a whole life time with
pleasnre and profit in examining so much
of the earth as he could cover with his
hand. With the vast domain of science
open to ns, we can never want for amusement
Snntlnso de Cuba XIiS Scene of
the Tragedy-.
The city of Santiago do Cuba, which
has so suddenly acquired a? 'melancholy
interest as being the scene ot tho' recent
executions, was formerly the capital of
Cuba, and is the second in 'rank and po
pulation of the cities on the island. Its
population in 1853, when the last census
was taken, was nearly 25,000. It is "a
place of much commercial importance,
and is situated upon the Santiago river,
six miles from the month of that river
and near the eastern extremity of the
south coast of the island. Its streets are
wide and its stone houses are substantially
built. The topography of the country is
hilly, and back of the city, rise the moun
tains known as the Sierras. Among its
principal buildings are a cathedral the
city is an archbishop's see 'a hospital, a
college, many churches, convents, and
schools. As the capital of the eastern
district of Cuba, Santiago is the seat of
residence of a Governor, who is indepen
dent of the Captain-General of the Island
in civil and political matters an import
ant fact which may have some bearing on
the late tragedy that was enacted there.
There are several forts which command
the approaches to the port. Regular
steam communication exists between
Santiago and the town of Batobono, which
is on the same side of the Island and al
most immediately south of Havana, with
which city it is connected by a railway.
These steamers make-the trip in five days,
and it is therefore time that Ml details 'of
the shooting of the first victims should
have been received in Havana.
Santiago de Cuba is situated .over
against the, northeastern coast,of Jamaica,
and i- distant from Galina Point, the
nearest port 'of that Island,- about-120
miles. Kingston, from which ,tie Yir
ginius sailed in her unfortunate effort 'to
make a landing in Cuba, lies 'on the south
ern coast of Jamaica toward the eastern
extremity. In sailing for Cuba, therefore,
it was necessary for tho Virginins to round
the eastern portion of the 'island, and it is
probable that she was in the waters of
the strait that separates the two islands
when she was sighted by the Spanish gun
boat Tornado, which had been in search
of her since her attempt to land on the
coast of Cuba, was pursued in her flight
toward tho Jamaica coast and was finally
captured. Considering the,groat distance
that separates the coast of Cuba from
that of Jamaica it is difficult to under
stand how the two contrary reports should
have arisen, first, that the Virginins was
captured within three miles of the Santi
ago de Cuba shore; and, second, that she
was captured within the same distance of
the Jamaica coast.
POLAR OIL.
A TEW CASKS OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY
Torealeby (6) BOLLES k OC.
Tweed Sentenced. For plundering
the people of New York of untold mil
lions, Boss Tweed has been sentenced to
pajr a fine of $12,V50 and to be imprison
ed in the county jail for twelve years'. It
appears that his crime was not felony un
der the laws of that Senate, and thus ho
escaped the penitentiary. If he had stolen
but a thousandth part of what he did in
a decent highway manish mauncrhe would
have received twice his term in Sing Sing;
But wo probably had not ought to com
plain. It is a hopeful sign for tho times
when a man like Tweed can bo convicted
and punished at all. If his sentence be
carried out to its full extent it is almost
equivalent to imprisonment, for life, for
twelve years will cany him beyond his
three score and ten. And so Senator
Nye's jest may yet come nearly true.
Nye was an intimate friend of Tweed
when they were both poor. Visiting New
York while Governor of this State, Nye
was one day walking up Broadway when
Tweed overtook him with his carriage
and invited him to ride, The Governor
accepted the invitation and was driven
past rows of magnificent residences which
Tweed pointed out to him as his indivi
dual possessions, admonishing him what a
fool he had been to leave New York,
when by remaining and co-Operating with
his friends he might have been equally
wealthy. Finally Nye replied to him that
perhaps it was a matter of regret. " But,"
said he, " I have always thought I should
rather die in a poor-house than in a State
prison and it looks to me as if that was
the only clioico left us, Tweed." Kevada
paper.
The Wonerful Performance of "Oc
cident." Sacramento, September 18th.
" Occident's" time astonishes every ono
bore. It is the talk in all directions.
When ho came on the courso the excite
ment was great. Ho was to trot for the
best time ever made in California, for
which $2,000 worth of plate was staked.
Young Tcnnant,an almost unknown driv
er, handled him, and right well did ho do
it. When he went around in tho time of
2: 1G J, I doubt much if such a scene of
wildness was ever witnessed on a race
course. It is simply indescribable. Gov
ernor Stanford was called to tho front of
the stand by the crowd and loudly cheer
ed. The Governor felt justly proud that
his horse had redeemed himself. Hu al
lowed'tho animal to be driven around
onco more for tho pleasnre of tho crowd.
However, "Occident" broke up on tho
home stretch, and camo in at 2:18.
Were it not for that break ho would
doubtless have come, home in 2:15.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheop Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND and for Salt,
from ths well-known
WAIMEA TANNERY, C. NOTLEY, Prop'r
t-lT A. S. CLEHnORS A CO.. Attntt.
A GREAT REMEDY 1
Suoh's California Asthma Care !
TO Till: POTMC. For thc'niut two yeifm
I bave ben subject to severe conchlns spells, es
pecially In the morning, as soon as I tvouM awake. This
coach at last terminated In a most severe attack of asthma;
this being a disease hereditary to our family. Last Au
gust, 1872, I was seized tvltli a most severe attack of
asthma. I coughed ao much that It seemed to take away
all strength. I could eat nothing without Its slTlnff me
severe pain In the chest and lungs. I called In a doctor
took his medicine but to no purpose. I was recommended
to go Into a warmer ctlmate, and I went to San Jose, but
change of climate had no effect, and when I left San Jose
I never expected to rtcover. I finally tried thla remedy;
which gave such relief at once that I con tinned taking It
and It effected a complete and radical cure.' I am now as
hale and hearty as I ever was In my life. I have recom
mended It La others, and H Invariably produced the same
happy results. I now recommend It to the public, because
I believe, as a remedy for asthma, It has no equal.
Yours, it, FBAJfCBJ L. SCOT.
Sax F&aKcxsco, March 12, 1871 To all team il stay
concern This Is to certify, that I bad a severe congh for
many yeara, I took: all medicines I could bear of for
coughs and the asthma, but all lost Its effect In a few days,
and being well acquainted with the vegetable kingdom, I
have made gallons for myself, and ail had about the same
effect after several days taking, until Mr. Hoch, the Oood
Samaritan, came along with a bottle of his CAUroajna
abthkaCubk, which helped me very mnch. My case be
ing of long standing, I can. truly recommend the medicme
to others. Respectfully yours, DR. L. GILPIN,
lot Geary street. Ran' Francisco,
car Send for Circulars to PILUNIIIIAM 4 CO.,
ISO 3m Sole Agents In the Hawaiian Islands
Manila Cigars!
ASMALLlOTOP THOSE SUPERIOR QUALITY
CIGARS, just received. These cigars, are Ilka
those'we had about one year sinee, and pronounced to
be the best article offered in this marketduring tbelait
twenty- yean. Specially put op lor ui 200 cigars In
a box. For sale by
BOLLES It CO.
NEW GOODS! NEW tOOlsl
JUST RECEIVED
"4
PER SHIP SYREN, FROM BOSTON
AND FOR SALE BY
E. O. HALL & SQEJi
o
ASSORTED MERCHANDISE.
X Plows-Nos. XO and 300 Anirted Pto Prist.
rm.TlviTnns n..n o...i , .
, " " " - ,v, fucatauen ana Ileal
! 'teel Garden Hoes, Spades and Shsrelt, Saxes and 0av
OX BO WS, 1, Hand J Inch. - -
YANKEE COHN SHELTERS. ',
Agricultural Implements of all Ms. .
HOIIOW-TVAHE. VIi; Saucepans, Tea Kettles. Fry Pans, Iron Pott, Galvanized! Iron 'Tube asd
Buckets, all sites. Best French Tinned Saucepans and Kitchen Utensils of many kinds; "-"
WOODEN-WARE Chopping Trayi, Round Bowls, Wash Bowls, Rolling Pins, Tubs, Brooai, Heps,
Hingbam Buckets and Boxes, Ac.
KEKOSENE Oil, Downer's and Devoe's, Genuine and Freib.
CARD MATCHES Byam'a S-Card.
FISH HOOKS The best Assortment In the Country. - i - .
FISn LINES AND SEINETWlNE A Tine Assortment soon 'expeeTSfrom figlaVndBosSai
PAINTS White Lead, Hubbuck'a No. 1 and Pare; Ilubbuck's White .Ziue,. Bt .Parlor Zke;iPlts
ground in Oil, of all colors ; Dry Paints, also of all colors ; Litharge, Patent Drjsr, bast Ultra, C4alk, Whit
ing, Boap Stono, Rotten Stnne. Pumice Stone, Ac, Ac. , - 4 a.
Tnrpcntine, Faint Oil, Boiled and Raw ; Varnishes, assorted. : ' " -J-
Carbolic Soaps Toilet, Medical, Bath, Dental, Shaving, Medicated, Ao. , , , ,,-
ToiIct Soaps A Fine Assortment of Colegate's mike. '
Brashes Paint, Horse, Tooth, Whitewash, Sash, Varnish, Dust, Centrifugal, Shoe. Olut, le.-. .
Handles PicV. Ax of several qualities. Plow, Rake, Hammer,- Chisel, Awl, Patent Mep, Ae. 1
Shoe Blacking Army nnd Navy, Peerless, Day and Martin. 3 .Jj.'
Harness Oil, Leather Preservative, Axle Grease. j ' ' JT
Leather Harness, Russet Skirting, Oak Tanned Sole, Sheep Skins, Lining Skins. Also, a Ins It of
French Calf Skins in perfect order.
Revolving Hose Sprinklers An article that should besed in every garden, in Honolnla.
Lawn Slowcrs The best kind for cutting Maniaaia grass plats.
Charcoal Irons Blisses Pattern, large site, Spurs Mexican and Tinned, assorted.
Bridles, Wooden Stirrups, Girths, ie. Carriage and Tire Bolts, a full assoiteent.
Horse Shoes and Nails English and American. Cat Nails Clinch, Finish, Clout, and all kinds.
Screws Iron and Brass of all descriptions. Wrapping; Paper Assorted sixes.
SHEIiF habdwabe;
Including a very large and choice assortment of Goods wanted by
every body.
Don't Porgetto Call axxca. T?ra3aaiao
Our Assortment of Elegant Sih cr-PIated Ware
COMPRISING MANY ARTICLES
Suitahle-for Christmas and New tear's Gifts, Wedding and Birthday Presents
ALL USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL,
DRt goods:
Amosketg and English Denims, Bleached and Unbleached Cottons, Cotton Sheeting and Pillow CalsColtra
Linen Table Damask and Napkins, Tickings. A few cases of
PRINTS DlaliiigM Canary and Light Ground of Fine Quality
And Fast Colors. Plaid Shawls. Also, Silk Handkerchiefs.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF COOK STOVES !
INOLUDING THE F0LL0WINO VARIETIES.
Hnrp, No. 1 to 3,
liny Btntr, No. 0 nmt S,
Wily Dnle, No. 6,
Parlor Franklins,
i'nttern Cook, Xo. 3 and 3,
... ' i
Moilel l ook, Xo. 3, 3 and 4,
Hartoir Cook, Xos. a and 3,
Sample Cook, JTo. S,
Ship's Cabooses, Nos. O, 1,2, 3 and 4.
Our Stoves are from one or the largest and best Stove Foundries in "the United States, and lava very
complete sets of Iron and Tin Furniture.
Stove Pipe and Elbows, of all sizes on hand. American Broilers sold al cost to those pur
chasing Stores. Farmer's Boilers A few left, sold cheap.
All the above Goods -will be Sold on tlie most Reasonable Terms
And all parties wishtng to purchase Goods in osr line will be wise In glrisg ns lbe first call
At the Brick Store, Corner of Fort and King Streets.
481 2m
CHINA GOODS
THE UNDERSIGNED
HAVE JUST HECEIVKD
And Now Offer for Sale the Cargo!
run
BRITISH BARK ' BEN VOIRLICH,'
FROM HONCKONC.
32 25T kakti,ebn '""
610 Bolls Matting,
.440 Camphor Wood Trunks,
372 Bales Twine,
514 Fkgs Tea,
178 Cases Packages,
159 Boxes Cigars,
107 Packages Chairs,
122 Cases Wino,
74 Packages Fire Craokers.
200 Boxes Oil,
55 Jars Soy,
61 Bales Paper,
30 Boxes Tobacco,
26 Pkgs Ironware,
477 Coils Manila Ropo,
20 Boxes Vermicelli,
801 -Pakages Sundries.
CHULAN & Co.,
Honolnla, Oct. , lSTx. tsJ-Jm Ifanann St.
HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF,
JPIRIOJE LIST
OF ,
CHELSEA J.AUNDRY!
ItOXOLCLC, H. L, Jot? 7, 1STJ.
OJT AXT AFTER Till! RATS THE Mt
U1WIMO RATES will be inarfed on aU work doM
at InlaLanndrrt
Gentlemen List. Cents
White or Colored fehlrU, roUaheo. earn IS
White or Colored Shirts, ruin, each.,, H
White or Colored Collars, rttllshed. wen
WhlM or Colored Collars. I-laln. era IX
White or Colored Cuffs, roosted. V pair
White or Colored Cuffs, riala, V ptlt
White Coats, each -
White Pants, esrh
White Vesta, each
Cloth Coats, eecll . i
Cloth rants, each.,..,..!
doth Vest, each-
Undershirts, each-
Drawers, eacn.-
tight Shirts, each.
Xlzht rants, each.
Handkerchiefs. each-
Socks or Stocklnts, V pair.
Xjtillr Uat.
Underclothing-, Tlalo. each
.4
w
.nn
rrndrredothlnr. Starched, each
Underclothing. Starched and Tinted, for c;tt Ituflle 19
Skirts, Ilaln, each mi.
Skirts, Tucked or Fluted, (nrt 10c breach Ruffle) each.:
Walats,rlaln H
WaIsu,Tucked or Fluted, rand 10c for each Rome) rtL U
Waists, TBeked ar SnatedfSad esuawUk 1 .. '! U
cents for each Ituffle, each .n
Dressses, White or Colore', ruin Ja
Dresses. Tucked or Fluttd, (and 10 cents tor each
Ilnffle) each '.. .
Dresses, Huffier! with Heading, and elt wUa Laor.
(and 23 cents for each Unfile) each , ! s
Night Dresses, ruin, esch, , , V
irigtlt Dresses, with FlnUng, ( CW. for each HaeSe) wk
Children 1UL,
Nightgowns, rialn, each
Drawers, ruin, each m .
Drawers. Flnted,esrh a
Skirts, ruin, each .
Skirts. Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Knael
Blips, ruin, each 14
Sips, Tucked cr Fluted; each, (and 10c for each ItuEe) IX
Dresses, Ilaln. each, . H
Dresses, Tucked or Floted, each, iand loe for each Itaf-
cel
Socks or Stockings, V pair.
Ilonaetiold XJat,
Table Cloths, Large, ruin, each-
Table Cloths, Large, Starched, each.
Table Clolha, Medium, Halo, each ...
-ns
Table Clotl., Medium, lurched, e
Table Cloths, 8maa, nam. eacn
fvoXeocl toy
C. BERT1EMAHH, KAUAI.
A.nd Warranted.
For Bale by
M m A. TV. PEJRCX CO.
SPERM OIL,
WARRANTED PURE, AND VERT LIGHT
Color. For tale by
BOLLES t CO.
U. S. Postal Cards.
"C7I0K SAI.E OPBICE 3 CEXTS IACIT.1 BT
JL. If J
n. st wirrnfEY.
Table Outhx. SmaU. utarchad. rach,
Sheets. Single, each
Sheets, Double, each -Towels,
each
Kapklna; eacn-
rtllow SIlpa, ruin-
nilow Mm, Starched.
roiow Slips, Fluted ,
CoutUt Tpani-a, Large, each .
Counterpanes, Small, each.
Blankets, Large, each ,,
Blankets, Medium, each.
-Ci
I
-IV
.1
. I
. re"
.is
BUnkeu, SmaB, cach-
, U
'
Window Curtains, Large, each ...
Window. Cortalns, Medium, neh.
window curtains, umaa.
Mosquito Nets, each.
3IT MOTTO TThat 1 worsts dslnr at all. H
worth tloliijr weH.
MX IXTKSTI e X To giro .Sallafccllaa to a
MY TERMS Cash. on ReiWerj.
I EespectfnllySoliiittie PmWk Ptr
arcr okce at Htm. &. E. MeraTYa "S2T
cerr. Feed Store asd Bakenr, Ceraer e Port aad
Wagon cans fer all Orders. - - , .
ir-Ij W. M. WALLACE, IToyiltwr.

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