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l iil.Wa.nj tortt to attend Pabtlr Worship at FOIST ST.
If It' M !,. n s-Mr. an ivrr? habteUi at II
.'dock A. M and TS V. M. HaU arr prorfdVd for all
wtw roav be stimaed to atumd. Th'-r. is a U'edirday
fv-iimc Ptvt Bfiwttae at "S o'clock, la th- Lctnre
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THE FIXE IRON
Is landing her Cargo in
Iliilil Order !
VERY FILL ASSORTMENT
GREAT CARE FOR THIS MARKET!
FIVE PRISTS OF FAVOKITE ASD
BROWS ASD WHITE COTTOSS, DENIMS,
L-LZSf. LISIIS.--. VELVET BUGS,
FILV - LACES, HABERDASHERY,
LADIES' ASD GESTLEMES'S SCARFS,
JirSLISS, BATISTES, Ac, Ac, le.
Bassing. Saddles and Canvas.
Toys, Books, Piano Fortes!
Bur' Ale. Blood's Ale and Porter,
Tcnscnt's Ale, lad Coope A Co.'s Ale,
MarteH's, Hennessey's, and Eubin'6 Brands of
Wines and Spirit,
English Soap, Earthenware. Glassware,
Pipes, Furniture, Faints, Oil,
BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS
Manila T opo,
Portland Cement, Corrugated Iron, Hoop Iron,
Fencing Wire, Hollow-ware,
BEST WELSH BUI COAL,
Also. One Xnir of
WESTON'S PATENT CENTRIFUGALS!
With unr.ro red Wrought Iron Monitor Cas
ing?, Explosion Proof.
NOW ON VIEW.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
5S1 2 m
ALL SORTS, SEES & DESCRIPTIONS
BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Yard and on the Wharf!
Aar West Sean.ling. Timber !
H. HACKFELD 4 CO.
Offer for Sale
Thn ItAllnuiniT (I Anile
A III. 1'VIIVVVIIIb UUUUi'i
PER HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOI
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c. &c. &c.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles.
White Fine Boards,
Doors, H P. lmo., 2mo., & Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLaSS,
Wall Paper and Border.
In Later Variety.
PillTS, OILS. TURPENTINE, VARNISH,
Patau aad Whiten ns.Ii Brnttbcs,
Sash Weights & Line.
i:r:r pink pkihts, larue tat
Assortment Fancy Print, new ftjlei,
White Ground Prints,
Elc anil White Prints, French Marline,
Heavy Bloc Denims, pljin and striped,
Bloc and White Striped Ticking,
Brown Cottons, assorted qualities,
Biuc Cottons, White Cottoni,
Uorrockees White Long Cloth, A and E, .18 inch
and 32 inch wide.
Linen Sheeting, 72, 2, 90 and 100 inches wide,
Cotton Sheeting. CI, 72, SO and 90 inches wide.
Victoria Lawns, 7-jarJ pieces, assorted qualities,
Indigo Blue Flannel, Black Silk Alpacas,
Black Cobourgs, fine and medium,
Scotch Waterproof Tweeds, all colors,
Silk Corah Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red and Yellow Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Assorted Cotton Stockings and Socks,
Linen Thread assorted,
Black and Colored Silk Seckties, new styles,
Monkey Jackets, assorted qualities.
Heavy Woolen Blankets, Scarlet, Orange, Blue
Fancy Flannel Shirts, Linen Shirts, Cotton do.
Merino Finish Undershirts, Cotton Undershirts.
Assorted Burlaps, French Calfskins,
Genuine Kan de Cologne,
Macassar nair Oil, Lehin's Extracts,
Fine India Rubber Dressing Combs,
Fine Woolen Shawls and Traveling Plaids,
Fine and Common Ten and Pocket Knives,
Fine Steel Scissors, Common Scissors,
Tinned Spurs on Cards, Iron Teakettles,
Galvanized Pails, 10 and 12 inch.
Galvanized Washing Tubs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machines,
Charcoal Box Irons,
Bright Fencing Wire, So. 4, 5 and 0,
Full Assortm't of Best Kenned English Bar Iron,
Muntz' Yellow Metal Sheathing, and Composi
tion Nails, Block Tin,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, Hoop Iron.
Porous Water Monkeys, Pressed Tumblers,
Cat Porter Glasses.
Hubbuck's Patent White Zinc Paint,
Hubbuck's Patent White Lead Paint,
Hubbuck's Pule Boiled Linseed Oil,
Black Paint, Paris Green, Red Lead.
Canstic Soda, Best Lagos Palm Oil.
A large Assortment of
German, English and French Groceries
Licbig's Extract of Meat.
Stcarine Candles, 4, t, and 6 to a pound,
Castor Oil, in tins and glass,
Epsom Salts in bulk and boxes.
Scsts of Trunks, Birch Brooms,
Wrapping Paper. Market Baskets,
Assortment of Blank Books,
Press Copy Books, Shipping Receipt Books.
Assorted sizes Horse Rope, Hemp Packing,
Spunyarn, Flag Liuc, Log Lino,
Marline and Housing,
Swedish Safety Matches,
Dcvoe's Kerosene Oil, in patent cans.
Hcidsieck A Co's Champagne, in qts and pts.
Ruinart lV-i A Fils' Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock, in quarts and pints.
Genuine Hollands Gin, in jogs and baskets,
Genuine Hollands Gin, in glass, green boxes,
Boutelleaa Co.'s Brandy, in glass, 1 to 4
Boutclleau A Co.'s Brandy, in casks,
German Ale and Lager Bier, in qts. and pts.
Jeffrey's Edinburgh Ale and Stout, qts and pts.
Assorted Clarets, very fmo to common,
Licbfraucn milch A Laubenhcimcr Rhine Wines.
Small assortment of Hungarian Wines,
Bitters, Alcohol in 1 gal. demijohns, 96 per cent.
German and Havana Cigars.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar,
Empty Petroleum Barrels for Tallow Containers,
Oak Boats for Coasters,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
The above specified Goods, together with a well
assorted Stock now an hand ex recent arrivals, are
offered for sale in quantities to suit the trade.
pSF Orders from the other Island-' filled at lowest
market rate. 529
NEW GOODS !
Just Received by
AFONG & ACHUCK,
White & Colored Rattan Matting,
matting, Rattan Chairs,
Manila Rope, Peanut Oil,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea, Basket Tea,
China Hams, Nankin Cloth,
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorted Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivory Ware,
Sandal Wood Ware, Lacquered Ware,
China Ware, Canvas Shoes,
Straw Slippers, Clothes Baskets,
Flower Pots, Wrapping Paper,
Pried I.igee, Dried Dates,
(iold & Silver Jewelry,
Tortoise Shell it Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen & Ladies Patv Hats,
China Brick & Side-walk Stones
SINGLE AND norBLE
SUGAR MAT BAGS
A Great Variety ot
A I PUULQA SALT, ETC., ETC OTHER CHINESE GOODS
TOW FREE OF CHARGE,
At assay Part 1m this Klasrdo sts per
WILDER & CO.,
Cbraer Part and Quern Street.
Too nam pronto mentions.
lOB 8AXE BT
t ly Xanana .Street, near King.
Philip Phillip's Songs.
COPIES of them: popi i.ar MELODIES.
U lo number, can be ootsaoed at the Store of toe
ImlcraiKuoU. MM 30 reuU each.
S Sm II. WHITNEY.
AS ISDEPESDEST JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
Tilton and Itccchcr.
HOW THEOPOnE BECAME ROUP ED TO JEAL
OUSY AND HATRED OF BEECUEB WHAT
"ELI rEUKINs" SAYS.
Cor. Chine Times.
In a talk with Henry Ward Beecher.
jnst before I left New York, I learned
how Theodore Tillon lirst became jealous
of Mrs. Tilton's admiration lor and vener
ation of her friend and pastor. It com
menced through an injudicious, bantering
remark which Mrs. Tilton was goaded
into making through the sneers, innuen
does, neglect and insults of her husband.
Theodore Tilton looked upon himself as
a giant and his wife as a pigmy. He
never consulted her about literary mat
ters, told her frankly that he was ashamed
of her, and that he was married lo a per
son beneath him in intellect. Mr. Beecher,
on the contrary, told me that he found in
Mrs. Tilton a woman of genius. When I
asked him to explain in what way Mrs.
Tilton was remarkable, Mr. Beecher re
" Why, sometimes she had as good
judgment in a question as the ripest Judge
on the bench. She could be as learned
as a judge one moment, and the next mo
ment a giggling girl. She once wrote an
opinion on a grave question the Byron
disclosure which so enlisted my atten
tion that I read it to a great many friends,
and finally I sent it to 6ister Harriet. I
have read literary passages to her many a
time, in which she suggested the wisest
and most subtile changes."
But, to go on with the story, Mr. Bow
en, of Brooklyn, told me that once, after
Tilton had returned from a lecture tour,
he was belittling his wife, saying she was
a mediocre woman and not a fit compan
ion of a man of his intellectual culture,
when the little woman goaded by Lis in
nuendoes to retaliate, exclaimed :
" You may not think mc worthy of
your love, Theodore, but I know a better
man than you, grander and more distin
guished, who does love me."
" Yes, it's that Beecher ?" hissed out
Tilton, as he took his hat and unceremo
niously left his wife.
"It was that unguarded boast," said
Mr. Jlowen, "which the outraged wife let
out to punish her husband, which roused
Tilton's jealousy and suspicion against
From that time on Theodore Tilton had
but one idea a hatred of Beecher a
jealousy, insane and morbid, which de
voured him night and day. He reasoned
to himself, how can this great man find
anything to admire in a weak woman like
Elizabeth ? There is nothing ; it is lust.
Then, with the wish the father to the
thought he worked himself up to the mor
bid belief, the insane belief, that the rela
tions between the great preacher and his
wife were purely carnal. He hated
Beecher with his whole heart, and that
morbid wish and belief, insane as it was,
finally became a hobby which he brooded
over, day and night, until he believed it
as much as George Francis Train believed
he was going to be President or Dictator.
Trials) ol a I.ilV Insurance Assent.
The other day a well-dressed stranger,
carrying a hand-valise, called into a life
insurance office and inquired if the agent
was in. The agent came forward rubbin
his hands, and the stranger asked :
" Do you take life-insurance risks here ?"
les, sir; glad to see you, sir sit
down, sir," replied the agent.
" What do you think of life-insurance,
anyway ?" inquired the stranger as he sat
down and took oft" his hat.
" It's a national blessing, sir an insti
tution which is looked upon with sovc
reign favor by every enlightened man and
woman in America."
"That's what I've always thought,"
answered the man, " Does your company
pay its losses promptly ?"
"Yes, sir yes, sir. If you were in
sured with me, and you should die to
night, I'd hand your wife a cheque within
" Couldn't ask for anything better than
"No, sir no, sir. The motto of our
company is: 'Prompt pay and honorable
" now much will a $5,000 policy cost ?"
inquired the stranger after a long pause.
" You are let's see say 35. A policy
on you would cost $110 the first year."
"That's reasonable enough."
" Yes, that's what we call low, but ours
is a strong company, does a safe business,
and invests only in first-class securities.
If you are thinking of taking out a policy
let mc tell you that ours is the best and
safest, and even the agents of rival com
panies will admit the truth of what I say."
"And when I die my wife will get her
money without any trouble ?"
I'll guarantee that, my dear sir."
" And I'll get a dividend every year?"
" Yes, this is a mutual company, and
part of the profits come back to the policy
"And it won't cost mc bat $110 for a
policy of $5,000 ?"
"That's the figure, and its as low as
you can get safe insurance anywhere. Let
me write yon out a policy. You'll never
"Them's the blanks, I s'poscf" said
the stranger, pointing to the desk.
" Yes," replied the agent as he hauled
up one 10 mm, and tooK up hut pen.
" What did you say shall I fill in an ap
plication." " No, I gness I won't take any to-day,"
replied the stranger, as he unlocked bis
valise, " but if yon want something that
will take the wart off your nose inside of
a week I've got it right here. Its good
for corns, bunions, tooth-ache, ear-ache,
ne was placing his little bottle on the
table, when the agent reached over and
took him by the shoulder and hoarsely
whispered, " If you dou't want to become
a corpse you won't be two minutes get
ting out of here."
And he wasn't.
An Inventor' Itemarknble Career
The Detroit Free I'res.i of a late date
says: "In a lonely secluded position in
the northwest corner of the cemetery,
near the beautiful little village of Rich
mond, Kalamazoo county, Michigan, the
historian may find engraved on a pure,
white marble slab, nearly concealed from
view by a number of little bushes, the
name of 'Benjamin Cummings, born A.
D. 1782, died A. D. 1848.' And who was
Benjamin. Cummings ? The inventor of
circular saws, now in use all over this
country and Europe. Nearly sixty years
ago, at Burton ville, New York, he ham
mered out, at his own blacksmith's anvil,
the first circular saw known to mankind.
He was a noted pioneer in Michigan, first
cousin to one of the Presidents of the
United States, a slave-owner in New York
State, a leading mason in the days of
Morgan, and at his table the very elite of
the then Great State of New York feasted
and drank freely of his choice liquors and
wines. He was a vessel owner on the
Hudson river before the days of steam
boats, and a captain in the war of 1812.
Once, after having three horses shot from
under him, with a stroke of his own sword
he brought his superior officer to the
ground for an insult and because ho was
a traitor and a coward, and, after having
been court-martialed, instead of being
shot, he was appointed a Colonel in his
place. And in this lowly grave are the
ashes of the man who, nearly seventy
years ago, at Albany, New York, took
up and moved bodily a large block of
brick buildings, and, to the wonder and
astonishment of the world, constructed 1$
miles of Erie Canal through solid rock, and
who also built, on a contract, the first low
bridges over the same. He aided, too, in
the construction of the first ten miles of
railroad built in the United States, and
founded both the villages of Esperancc
and Burtonville, on the old Schoharie,
near Amsterdam. The study and aim of
this man's life appeared to be to accom
plish that which none other could."
Whatever be the cause or causes which
render a raarsny district comparatively
healthy to what it was before the intro
duction of the eucalyptus trees into the
neighborhood, the fact is unquestionable,
and is now testified to in various parts of
the world. Thus at the Cape, in a very
few years, the cultivation of the eucalyptus
has completely changed the climatic con
dition of the unhealthy parts of that
colony ; and in Algeria, where it has been
tried on a large scale in a district pre
viously noted for its pestilential air and
consequent prevalence of fever, not a
single case now occurs, although the trees
are not more than nine feet high ; and in
the neighborhood of Coustantia it is also
stated that at another noted fever spot
covered with marsh water both in winter
and summer, iu five years the whole dis
trict was dried up by 14,000 of these trees,
and the inhabitants now enjoy excellent
health. In Cuba, again, marsh diseases are
fast disappearing from unhealthy districts
where this tree has been introduced. In
the Department of the Var It is also said
that a station house situated at one end
of a railway viaduct, so pestilential that
the oflicials could not keep there longer
than a year, is now as healthy as any
other place on the line, in consequence of
the planting of a few eucalyptus trees.
Numerous other instances might be cited
to the same effect as having occurred in
France, Spain, Italy, Germany and other
parts of the world ; and we cannot doubt,
therefore, that although the effects might
have been to some extent probably exag
gerated, the statements are substantially
correct, and that this tree does possess a
most beneficial effect in neutralizing and
improving the malarious influence of
Telegraph OlUces at Sea.
"Can't it be done?" asks the Philadel
phia Ledier that is, can measures be
devised to enable steamships at sea to keep
up telegraphic communication with the
shore ? The rest of the civilized and com
mercial world is within easy telegraphic
communication of each port, but the large
community which lives on your passenger
steamships is totally cut off from the rest
of the world the moment land disappears ;
and the question is, " Can't anything be
done for them?" Two plans are sug
gested one to pay out a small and com
paratively inexpensive cable by the de
parting steamer, thus keeping up commu
nication with the sailing port ; but this
plan meets with so many objections, in
the shape of expenses, the loss of a cable
on each trip, and the uncertainty of keep
ing up such communication, that another
is suggested, having more of system and
business principle as its basis namely,
establishment of cable stations on the high
seas, built upon buoys, at which a steamer
may stop and communicate if in distress,
give her time, and enable her passengers
to communicate with their friends on
either shore. The object would without
question be extremely desirable, while the
plan, to. say the least, appears no more im
practicable than did the laying of the
cable between the United States and
Europe before the hitherto incredible task
had been accomplished. The Times.
llarchinit to Death.
According to the statements of officers
who were on the Pacific Mail steamship
Japan, at the time of her destruction by
fire, about two months since, the demora
lization among the Chinese passengers was
absolutely appalling. The heathens were
in a state of bewilderment from the time
the alarm was sounded to the final scene,
and acted entirely upon impulse. In the
first place, every heathen who had money
scenred it about his person. Sink or swim,
they would not throw aside the coin.
As a natural result, these people often
sank while wearing life-preservers. The
preserver would sustain the weight of a
man, even after his heavy clothes were
soaking wot, but the additional weight of
$500 or $1,000 in coin was too much for
the average preserver, and the opulent
heathen would disappear from view. In
every instance where the sea afterward
gave up its Chinese dead, money was
found on the bodies. The strangest phase
of Chinese demoralization remains to be
described. The passengers of this nation
ality who had baggage gathered to
gether their effects, after the fire had
been raging for some time, and swinging
the bamboo poles across their shoulders,
deliberately inarched overboard. Wheth
er the poor wretches had any idea the wa
ter would sustain them, or timely aid was
a matter of certainty, the Caucasian spec
tators cannot say. The Chinese went
overboard, struggled in the water a mo
ment and then disappeared, leaving the
cherished baggage buffeting the waves.
S. F. Bulletin.
Stick to it.
Learn a trade, or get into some busi
ness, and go at it with a determination
that defies failure, and you will succeed.
Dou't leave because hard blows are to be
struck or disagreeable work to be per
formed. Those who have worked their
way up to wealth and usefulness do not
belong to the shiftless and unstable class,
and if you do not work while a young
man, as an old .man you would bo noth
ing. Work with a will, and conquer
your prejudices against labor, and man
fully bear the heat and burden of the day.
It may be hard the first week, but after
that I assure you it will become a pleas
ure, and you will feel enough better satis
fied with yourself to pay for all the trials
of a beginning. Let perseverance and
industry bo your motto, and with a steady
application to business you need have no
fear for the future. Don't be ashamed of
your plain clot'ies, provided you have
earned them. They arc far more beauti
ful in the estimation of all honest men and
women than the costly gew-gaws sported
by some people at the expense of the con
fiding tailor. Tho people who respect
you only when well clad, will be the first
to run from you in the hour of adversity.
Punch's Gifts fostue New Year. To Prince
von Bismarck A copy of the Polite Letter
Writer, translated into Gorman, Freuch, Eng
lish, and Russian.
To Count Arnim Free quarters for two
montha in tho Berlin Stadt-featang at tho ex
pense of the German Government.
To the Bight Honorable W. E. Gladstone
Tho editorship of a sensational magazine.
To the Bight Honorable Benjamin Disraeli
A volume of " Song3 without Word9," to be
studied for Lord Mayor's dinners.
To Metropolitan Managers Narrower pieces
and longer petticoats.
To the Lord Chamberlain Moro power to bis
To Dr. Colenso A pulpit.
To Mr. Spurgeon A box of the best cigars,
and the thanks of all intelligent moo.
To Professor Darwin A genealogical tree,
discovered in the Zoological Gardens.
To Admiral Rous A oeat in the captain's gig,
with a crew bobino inm.
To Lord Moyur Stone A bottle of chloral, to
be opened between Dover and Calais, on his offi
cial progress to tho opening of tho Grand Opera
To begging-letter imposters The dog.
To wife-beaters the cat.
To the Sun Another flying visit from Venus.
To the Moon Many happy returns of the day.
To Englishmen Tho secret of the North-west
To Irishmen Homo Bale that isn't Home
To Scotchmen A volume of Punch, with the
case of surgical instruments necessary for enjoy
To Germans The power to forget.
To Frenchmen The wisdom to forget.
And lastly to Mr. Puncb Tho sovereignty of
the whole world.
HORSE SHOEING I
IIAYI.VU PKIM I RKD THE NERVI-
-tJi or a tTrM lit ilorM Mkmt rrom
fHui francisoo, persona having Horss are par
ticularly rcquealed to call auu UMt oar ability la
At Reduced Prices.
V An Shoes made at tho forge of the BEST NORWAY
IRO.V. J. T. CHAITER, Hlackamith,
130 3m Corner next to tli" Custom llouge.
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
SIZES FROM 5-8 TO 1 5-8 INCH. BMALL
Chain in qaantitiet to salt. For sal by
IlOLLEd A CO.
20,000 Chinese Fire Bricks
wmn I'utt uvitK i:wi- Jtni-H
For sale by iSUj BOLLK4 A CO.
A8S0RTED SIZES, PUT CP IN CARTOONS,
and warranted the genuine article.
For salt by () BOLLES A CO.
From Boston Direct !
r vitRrxn: corro.i diik-jto. a to 9
Best Quality Ash Oars,
10 to J3 feet. For gale by
Ut BOLLfiH A CO.
STOCKHOLM PITCH IN BBLS AND HP. BBLS.
Wilmington Pitch in bbli. For sale by
9 BOLLES A CO.
Little Neck Clams, or Quahaugs,
MOM THE WfKKB, J, II. DOXHEB
Itllp, l. L. t71J UOLUCB CO.
EST CAUTOBIU OAT UAT-For Sale by
WO 1SULLKH A CO,
DISPATCH LIRE FOR SAN FRAKtSCO!
C. Brewer a Co. Agents.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET UK!
Jig: C. Brewer & Co. -Agents. M
SSgAT r.Torabl. armamu em uny. W.bMt
SSilSr rtonm. aad rtlpm.ot of OIL Bo, W-i, STB
ilhw MwcbamlK. to M Bwifurt.
mr bWi Port.- Mf Cub Mrwmm
3r Tort awl
TTiTg- ' iDoTxtsolaXaxxca. !'
0?IS BEST SMITHS' COM,.
TonJ Best Glasgow .-.pliot steam toai.
Bar Iron, in assorted sises.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
In 1 dux. cases of the celebrated manufacture of
JOHN GILLON A Co., Glasgow.
ALSO A FEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Highly recommended by those who hare tried
them, still on hand, and will be disposed
of at LOW Kates, to soil the times.
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
ST CAM CL VRIFIERS, 400 and 500 Galls.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Cases Hcidseiclc's Champagne,
Cases Assorted Brands Champagne,
Cases Henaeasy's 1, 2 and 3 Star Brandy,
Cases Assorted Brandt Brandy,
Cases Best Claret,
Cases Best Scotch Whiskey,
Cases Best Ilulland Gin,
Baskets Best Holland Gin, stone jogs.
Cases Best Old Tom Gin, Cases Assorted Clarets.
BEST AMERICAN "WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitago and O.F.C.
Cases Beat Palo Sherry,
Cases Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Hennessy's Pal. Brandy,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum.
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pints and Quarts.
Blood, Wolfe A Co's India Palo Ale, pts and qtt.
Bass A Co's India Palo Ale, rintt and quarts.
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI!
.itewa.v.s xxx stiii t, in rtsaejsgs,
QCABTS AN II PINTS.
PORT W1XE, In 3 doa, rows -, SIIEKBY Wine
In 3 doz. rtwi. ofitiipetior qnnlily.
631 F. T. LEN EH AN A CO.
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
IF'louur cfc Bread !
Lime and Cement,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
iVnOXi tsss for
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works
PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE BT
H. M. WHITNEY,
No. 14 Merchant Street,
f AfUoinlng Post Office,)
HONOLULU, H. I.
HAWAIIAN I'OKM BOOK. By J. W. Kaawahl.
A manual of forms required in drawing up agree
ments, bonds, wills, and all kinds of legal docu
ments required in ooarts. Price, $3.
LAIEIKAWAI. THE LADY OF THE TWILIGHT.
In Hawaiian. A norel founded on the tradition of
one of the ancient Hawaiian Prineessoa, illastrating
Hawaiian antiquities, habits and sayings. 91.
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. Vols.
1 to 14, inclusive ; embracing from the years 1968
to 1870, aad giving a eoneis. and impartial history
of the political and social progress of the Kingdom
During that period. (A par relume.
KA NUPEPA KCOKOA (THE INDEPENDENT
ratsal. A weekly newspaper to Hawaii. o, dsn
Toted to newt and local literature, and independent
in politics. 12 year ; $3.50 bound.
CHART OP Til K SANDWICH ISLANDS. En
graved on steel, and printed at Washington,
expressly for the undersigned. This it the most
correct chart published. Price, il. 50.
Also, for Sale,
HAWAIIAN BIBLES tto and Sto.. bound in fancy
morocco cover, with records for marriage., births
and deaths, suitable for family bibles. Price, ac
cording to style of binding, front $5 to III.
HAWAIIAN HYMNS For social and church ser
vice. Price, olotb, $1 ; full bound morocco, gilt,
KA HAE n0OJTA!n--A collection of Sabbath
School hymns and tunas. Price, 25 cents.
N. B. Any books published in the Hawaiian lan
guage, or any books pertaining to the Islands, if
ohtainabl., will be procured for persons deairing them.
For aale by
H. M. WHITNEY.
RULED CAP PA HUB-12, 14 and It (be. to the
Legal Cap Paper II and It rna. to the ream.
Bread and Narrow BUI i-ape-a.
Fine Haled Letter Paper.
Commercial and French Rnled Note Paper.
Lrile.' Baronial Paper and Envelop- new atytaa.)
Ladle' White and Una Initial 1-aper aud Envelopes.
Ladlea' Plain White Initial Paper and Envelopes.
A great variety of all kinds and snee of Kn v-iopee.
For sal. by
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Possesses a good assortment of
JOB PRINTING TTPE,
Well adapted to the Printing of
POSTERS OF ANY SIZE!
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tC., etc., tC
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Cotton Duck and Hemp
CoUoa sad Bcap Sail Twin.
haJi aad Spent Oil
And a Gtjaejtal Assortsaeat f
Groceries and Ship Store
fftr All of which will be sold at taw Uwws aaaaSMa
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