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A. W. PEIRC E & C O.
Offer for Sale
SniP C H4DLERY
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK.
Flour cfc BrcncL I
Lime and Cement,
t StrAntrr fr mi Praarfec,
Potatoes, Onions, 6lc.
H. HACKFELD i CO. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
Offer for Sale
The Following Goods,
ix umumw journal,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
FEB HAWAIIAN BABE K A MOI
:rr pik pkits. larce fat-
Bread' Bomb Lancet,
Perry Daris' Painkiller.
r a S..: Worki
c4k. AulB.U iaek
Aseertrarxt Fear? Pristr. aew Ktta,
Black ere Wkite Friars. Firae M.siiai.
Hearv Flee Ieains. r-laia striped,
Blae aad Waits StrrTi-i Trokiox.
Frawa Cottaai. ass.-rteJ qeaiilse.,
Rat Cettecs. kit. Cattoes.
Herreekre. Waste Ui
Bad S3 lack arida.
Unifhit. M, SS. ui IN iaeae -ii.
Cattaa 5ke:iir. B.r.,Muit wide.
Tsrtaria Uni.T ruvl pace, wwrttd qeolitjes,
IasBge BSee Flmil. BW S3k Alpacas,
riark C. faeesd taedtca.
Swtek WatorTCf Tweeds, all Mian.
Kakaako Sail, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of the Best Quality
J iv i. Doirrr,
THE FINE LEON
BARQUE " CARN TUAL "
Is landing her Cargo in
Iloiitiitl Order !
HRY RLL ASSORTMEM
5. i C.-rah Hitrr::
Tarter Bed and Tfiifw Ccttra nrik,rkki.
Wot' Ottta ITn ItiiihaaY
Aw.r: : ii S.vk.
LaN Tar tad nit. d.
Blaek ui AM Baft Neckties. MB styles.
Boater Jackets, ese.rtid e.aelitse.
Ban B.rkru, .scer.fi. Orasre, Blae
Faerr Flaaae Fkirts. Liaea RMt Cottaa da.
m Frank Vaesrrrdurtt. Omih ladenkirtt.
I lain I Bcriaaa. Fna.k Calfokust,
Genaiae Eaa de Okaajpt.
kmn: Hair Oil. Labia', Extracts,
Fiae Iadia Ett-t-rr rresrisr Caaaat,
Frr.e Wocies Skaw'-s ul Traveller riaiis,
F:ae ui CVrararr Fee ti r.vkr: Kaives,
Frae Steal ft srs. Ciaaa it a esrs.
Traai ' an aa Cards. Irva TraarUMf ,
Gelvaaised PaOa. 1 aad It iaek.
Galvar. red Waskrrar Take.
FertVrated Mtia! for OMsfjafaj Maetiw.
Caere.-! B.-X In.
Bnfk; Feasant Win. 5a. 4. i aad ,
Fall Asaaitai't af Ban Bcfaaa Eafika Ear Irat .
Kaa' IrUaw Mrtal 5bf:i.tt. aad Caaipori-
taaa Xaik. Blitk Tia.
Galrasiscd Iraa Pif. Haae Iras.
Cat Parlcr Skaam
Haakaxc' Pa:: Vhi tot Paiak,
Htt ': ack'f Faua: Wlrta Lead Taiat.
BakWek', Pala E-vVJ Liamd Oft.
: Faiat. Tartf tirraa. Eed Lead.
Cauck soda. Beat Lafca Pmim 03.
A iarp, A.ruatet cf
German. Engtisri and French Groceries
Iaar ' Extract of Beat.
raan'aii Oaaitaa, 4. S, aad 1 1 a paaxd,
The lnrio ( nanl.
Tho people of America will look toward
with much interest to the official report of
the recently completed survey of the Isth
mus of Darien. The labors of the sun ey
ing party under Capt. Lull have already
proved the complete practicability of an
interoeeanic canal across the Isthmus, a
fact in iulf of no small importance ; but
an early publication of the full report is
desirable in the interests of trade and
commerce, and therefore we hope it will
will not be delayed.
That a canal to unite the Atlantic and
Pacific Oceans somewhere between the
two continents would one day be con
structed, has for ruar.v years been hilly
believed in both by engineers and ship
owners. It has been a question only of
lime and expense. The idea itself is noth
inj new. Nearly three and a half centu
ries sjo, a proposal was made Xo unite the
River Chagres with the Pacific at Panama,
and a survey was actually made. But
engineering skill was at that time unequal
schools, and that candidates for public
office be examined in foreign sciences. If
the Viceroy seriously urges this proposal
the Teking Government will not venture
to resist iu
Fighting continues in Formosa between
the aborigines and the Chinese, to the dis
advantage of the latter. Reinforcements
are sent to the island.
There is a general suspicion that the
recent death of the young Empress was
purposely brought about, to avoid com
plications that might arise in ease her ex
pected child should prove a son.
A collision occurred April 4th off the
coast of China between the Chinese
steamer Fusing and the Hritish steamer
Ocean. The former sunk instantly and
fifty lives were lost ; the latter was con
IVtnands for satisfaction for the murder
of Mr. Margary, at Moruein, were forcibly examined with minute care, and the heavy
Catrhtaar ( nnnon Itnlla on ike Fly.
la It Hoax T
A very singular exhibition was given
recently at the Jardin Mabille. There
has been jerforming hero at the Follies
lJergeres a man named Holtnm, an Amer
ican, who has a cannon fired at him and
catches the hall in his hands. This pro
digious feat was witnessed nightly, and
although the actors present avowed that
there was no trick, Pierre Vernon, of the
Monde Illustre, would not believe it. He
said that the cannon ball must be thrown
to Holtnm from the stage, Tho latter
made a bet of 5,000 francs that he would
perform the feat under conditions which
left no room to doubt, and, when the bet
was taken, Vernon designated Mabille as
the place for the trial. All the journal
ists ol Paris were invited, aud they found
Holtnm there before his cannon. It was
presented by Wade, the British Minister.
The Chinese officials at first endeavored
to evade the responsibility. If persisted
in the British authorities will undertake
the punishment of the crime themselves,
J ar ax. A Center has resumed the po
sition of general agent of the Pacific Mail
in Japan and Chiux
The American merchants, Augustine
to the task, and moreover, the king of . Keard A Co suspended pavmeut in Ja-
Spain, fearing that it might tend to weak- I anj Chiua April 17th j liabilities not
en the political influence of his country, stated.
prohibited everybody, so far as his au- Cantelli and Swaby, cashier and ac
thority reached, from ever mentioning the I countant of the French bank in Yokohama,
thought again. The prohibition had its branch of Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris,
MM effect. But when panish power
declined, there was no other nation ready
ball was iassed from hand to hand. " I
am no longer in my own house," said
lloltum, "yon are master here, and you
must watch over all the arrangements.
Having carefully aimed and lashed his
cannon, it was charged, and Holtnm took
his place against a plank target some ten
yards away. This was to show that the
ball was solid, and the force of tho pow
der great enough to send it through the
plank. Holtum got the aim of his gun,
and then placed his head in a certain posi
tion against the plank, giving the com
mand to fire. The ball just grazed the
hair and broke through the plank, rolling
stole about $50,000 in notes and converted some twenty yards further on. The same
them into Japanese gold. Thev attempt- ball was picket! up by the journalists, who
to entertain the project, and so for three ej to abscond April 19th in the schooner again charged the cannon and sent home
hundred years it practically lay in abey-1 Iris. The robbery was discovered, war- the ball, and this time Holtum caught the
ance. 'Within the last fifty years it has t for their apprehension issued by the ball in his hands as neatly as he does
been revived, sometimes with considerable Italian and Enelish Consuls, and the nightly upon the stage. He won his bet.
energy, and various surveys and plans
have been proposed. Certain concessions
were also granted bv the Government of
schooner overhauled by an armed steamer.
As the pursuers drew alongside the two
defaulters shot themselves, and diet! soon
Xew Granada before the confederation of, after. A large proportion of the stolen
the several Provinces into lie : money was found on board. The Cap
States of Colombia. ' tain and owner of the schooner were ar-
But the greatest step in advance was rested as accomplices,
made thirty years ago, by two French : The Commissioners recently returned
engineers, Messrs. Courtines and Garella, from Siam report against the expediency
and no one seemed disposed to accept his
offer of 3,000 francs to any one who would
perform the same astounding feat The
physical force required must be enormous,
but Holtum showed his strength by toss
ing np cannon balls as if they were so
many oranges. The only precautions
taken are very simple ; ho wears very
thick leather gloves, and covers his breast
! ELECTED WITH .
GREAT CARE FOR THIS MARKET ,'
FIXF PRINTS OF FAT O RITE AVD
EKOWX AT? WHITE C0TT0CS. PEXIX,
v -:iN- L:'E'.vEivrr -.ros.
EILEvS, LACES. EAEEZT AiEEKT.
LAIIE?' A3tt GLMLIXLV- --.A".?.-.
HrSLlSS. BATISTAS, Ae- Ac Ac
Badts. Saddles aid Canvas.
ftjR, Ixv'ks, Piano Fortes!
'a Alt. lad Crc A Ca.', Ale,
z: -: . - ! I-xii
-... -z -t- i
SaSta ia Lai aad fcaxaa.
Kot, cf Treat. BirtA Aanll.
Wrarr't ar. Market Baakata,
Am ii faal af rTTaatr Wah,
Pra C?rT feat Stirrer Bee?: Bjakx.
res B.-ne E.ye. Baatp Tacxiag,
Sfaarara. Haf Liae. Ixf Line,
Pi. i. Faxaitan. Paiaa. 'X.
BBASS AND IE ON BEDSTEADS
"M"fk-n 1 "I fa Rope,
r'kl Caaaaas. Ctorafatea Iras. Heea Iraa.
Feaeiaf Wrc Bcdjrv-vart,
I EST WELSH STEAK COAL.
FIAU ' LICKS.
Svcaa SafetT 3ait.
Derae , Eenaaae vi. ix palest cats.
Piiiaiatk A Ca'i Cxarapafaa. ia att aad ata.
Exisart Pera A Fill' Ckaarafaa. Ac dc
- ark - Ext. .- ;-.t-:i as ;
Gtsaia HnaaAt aVaki ix ;p axe karkau.
Oaaciaa Hr nil Baa, ia t'.ais, frees bcxat.
BaataSaaa Ca.1 BraaaV. ia etaaa, 1 U 4 .
BawteiWai A Cc Braadr, ia caati,
Gerstax Aj axe Laftr Bier, ix ;t!. axd fil.
JtaTreT', EdmWjk Ala aad S:i. t asd aav
aaraftaa Ctxretf . tttt na ta
who were sent out under the irnmediaw of at present opening diplomatic and com- j w'th many thickness of thin paper to form
auspices of the French Government, in j mercial relations between Siam and Japan. ; a sort of cuirass. This looks to me like a
consequence of explorations made by the j Government changes are progressing. very dangerous feat, and particularly the
late Baron Von Humbo'.dL Their report i April 14th an imperial proclamation was first part of it, where Holtum places his
was favorable to the scheme, which, how- j i-a-ncd creating a body called Genro, head against the target half an inch below
ever, required, according to them, the j which will be composed of Senators ap- where the ball will probably strike.
construction of a tunnel of more than pointed by the Mikado ; also, a second
three miles in length through the great j body called Daishin In, to adjust and ad
dividing range. It appears that the pres- minister the judicial system! The quer
ent survey has been made very nearly in tion of an Elective House is reserved for
the same line as that chosen by M. Garella, future consideration. The proclamation
but the tunnel he proposed will not be is regarded as the greatest concession that
ceceseary. Such a tunnel most, of course, . can be made with proper regard to the
have been sufficiently high to permit the !. public safety and to the desires of the
passage of full-rigged ships, and accord- party asking for parliamentary reforms,
ingly a hundred and twelve metres was, j There are new complications in Lew
we believe, suggested in the French plans Chew affairs in consequence of a party of
as the necessary heighL The amount of Lew Chewans coins: without authority to
labor and money requisite for such a work congratulate the Emperor of China on his
Mat have been considerable, and the re- accession. Chinese authorities give out a
suit would have always remained more or false announcement th3t the object of the THE IMPROVED LITTLE STRANGER !
leas unsatisfactory. It is therefore well to j, was for the purpose of renewing
know that in the scheme approved by declarations of ancient vassalage. The
Commander Lull, nothing more than a Japanese Charge d. Affaires at Peking corn
cutting, whose mean depth will be com- mi t ted the mistake of seeking personal
paratively small, is iiewssary to carry the ; explanations from Lew Chew, instead of
water through the dividing range. referring the matter to his government.
If indeed the present survey should The Chinese authorities objected to his
interviewing Lew Chew, and the whole
affair is now under consideration at Yeddo.
the powder should chance to be defective,
some day there might be an accident. It
is like the foolhardy trick of putting one's
head into a lion's mouth. One day I
fancy that ball will snap his head very
neatly off ftrii Corr. Xeic York Times.
NUSSEY & PILLING.
PARK WORKS, LEEDS.
THE LITTLE STRANGER. 3.3s.
BJJU) LOCK-STITCU (SUCTTLE,).
H ts rvriai Cxef,
M .: :
. AMM ia 1 jaL
Geratax axd Haraxa Cijarr,
Fire Oar, Caal Tar, Statkx::a Tar,
Z I'..- :rt larrt'-i f;r Taii: CrsUiar,.
it E;aii :.: :.uiTt.
prove as conclusive aa we hope and be
lieve that it will, there remains apparently
little left to be done before beginning ac
tive operations on the work itself. But
L. w wLota is this to be carried
out? We have seen it stated that the
United States should have no hand in the
canaL The suggestion was gravely made
some time ago in an evening paper, and
the ground upon which it was offered was
that the canal would be used by foreign
One JPeaJLr of
Wit laaareecd Wrrif. L-aa aTaaftar Car-
NOW ON VIEW.
THEO. H. DA VIES.
Philip Phillip's Songs.
i .art anaBtT
af aa aka Caere af i
It. at. aTajjtaraTT.
n 4i Htx rcAM.
am i . ' -r. -
ncarr CAxarvatxiA oat bat
s.cu a cc
Ha-wauan Mess Beef.
o OBLES A CO. Bdaal
a" w .-r-
aa Laid ax reseat arrira, are
aflaaad far aale ia aial"tlii la aaat tae trade.
- Craert Iraai tke ataar UaaeY ftBai at lavaat !
taarkat rata. i;
Just Received by
ATONG & ACHTJCK,
White & Colored Rattan Matting,
mattir-g, Rattan Chairs,
Manila Rope, Peanct Oil,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea, Basket Tea,
China Hams, Xasktn Cloth,
Japanese UnbreDa, Assorted Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivorv Ware,
Sa4aJ Wood Ware, lWaaered Ware,
China Ware, Canvas Shoes,
Strsw Siir;. r?, C Bw,:s.
Flower Pots, Wrappiwr Paper,
AriedLigee, Dried Dates,
Gold A Klver Jewelrr,
Tortoise SfceU & Crrstal Jeweirv.
G:". .-. A- I.-. t IV. r Hats.
Chin Brick & Side-walk Stones
SESGLK 152 DorEUK
SI GAR I AT BAGS
I ... of the (SteanalaJp Scbiller.
From the narrative of the passengers
we gather that the voyage was moder
ately good until May 4. The last three
days it was impossible to take observa
tions. The ship was out of her course
half a mile at the time of the catastrophe.
Capt Thomas was on deck night and day
esseLs and that it is against the interest ! for foar wtire P8- At 7 o'clock in the
of the United States to do anything which eveQln of tUe ,th there was dense fog.
shall prove convenience to the com-! k were ln h engines put
merce of foreign aations. Such a propo- ! on ha"""!, and the fog-bells were used,
sition needs bat to be mentioned to be t BishoP's LiSht on the IslanJs' was
once discarded from the mind of every nnn thongh oni-v U mlle t
American who respects the prestige of his At 10 'c,ock we " on
country. We refer to it only to show tbe aftr four bn the 8Uslmer nled
trivial 'cat are of the objections that are down- There was 1 violcnt and thc
made to this great undertaking. Ude ng. The darkness was m-
Tne canal will be buih. Of that there teo- Most of tbe male wero
no doubt whatever. If the present sur- Md there w" the nsnal rash for
vev be not SAtficient, another wiU be the boat. bot nearly werc
male, and tdtimately the project will be Kaveu- "ne WKn 3 KW KU,ore Kn
coomplished. Before the construction of lbe fbiP in "J fusing
the Panama Railway, the United States ' Two bots cre S3VcJ- " Cp-
entered into a treaty with Xew Granada tiin d mPl obedience by
guaranteeing the perfect neutrality of the nikg a rerJrex over their heads. Dur-
ASthmtu, Wd the interest thus avowed inS lw0 hoars 511 cannon"hoL'' werc fired
cannot be withdrawn now. The canal when the damPnei Distr5
shoBid be made a neutral highway for Bnl1' rockct' mnd b,oe USbu ,rer nn'
merchant resseb of all nations and 'at li nwerwi At nidnb the fS uft in
minute revea.mg the ught-nouse. ine
waves were still sweeping the decks and
carrying away victim. At 2 o'clock the
T11E "XCSSET k PILLING "
NEW FAMILY SILENT SEWING MACHINE,
(SHUTTLE) $7 I0.
The NOISELESS TUDOR,
FOB TJLILORISG AXD MAXCFACTCBLYO
(SHUTTLE) 8 10.
Wheeler & Wilson's Machines.
HerehasU aad Shipper, mppliad.'
Loams Omct :
C. E. WILS0S, 29 FALCON SQUARE,
LONDON, E. C, ENGLAND.
times. Possibly it may be more largely ;
used by European traders than by oar
own. Bat under no circticistacces can it
be detrimental to American commerce,
while in many respects it is likely to give
it considerable impulse, nd shipmasters
sailing under the American flag will cer
tainly share the advantage which foreign
ers wilt not be slow to use. Any credit
tia: wi.: t;.utelT i die fat v.e eots-
deck-bouse, in which were the women and
children, was swept away. The cries and
shrieks of the victims were heartrending.
There followed a ghastly silence aft. The
smokestack fell, crushing some of the
boats and two others were carried away.
The remaining passengers followed the
atfatxtn of truncal Kt, t tf,i " w "'
traataflHAsT EF. I FL5.
17 vLTsat raoa stock anchces niiEi
Hi treat 1M LackaAVM Aka. Paraaatkr
I IX'LLL? A CO.
U. 8. Postal Cards,
W-aaak AU PMCI a Orjtl Ataca. aTT
W ae AV. aV llinil.
A Great Vaj-i e ry aX
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Republic, In one way or another, assist
ance my, and doubtless will, be obtained
:: i-ur.-.s. b-t :: woald be in
act of folly to stop in the work at the
preaemt jane tare, when so much has been
dooe, nd t the moment when Immedi
ate operations on an extended scale should
probably be contemplated.
aaiaaraax. aaai atax.
firxs rtox sv-s to i s-s inch, swi'-t
ia aaaaraiea ta aux. Faraakt ky
EvLLEi A CO.
ChUaa aad Japaa TSr-trs.
Sas Fauscisoo, Hay ie:k
The Pacific Mail steamship' Alaska,
from Hocgkoog via Yokohama, arrived
this evening, with dates from Hongkong
to April 15th, Shanghai the 17th and Yo
kohama tie 25:h.
Cars a. Si Han Cfcang, Yioeroy of
Caaatf ax.imjea,fcipilitiiiai iltfa throne
that Western stttdies'be introdawd is the
refuge in the mainmast and some on the
foremast. Ai 3 o'clock the Captain and
two other officers werc on the bridge.
The Captain descended for moment to
render assistance and was swept away,
THUS PERISHED A BEATS MAI,"
ays Mr. Stern. At this time about ten
persons were clinging to the rigging of
the mainmast and thirty to that of the
foremast. The ship bad careened, her
yards touching the water, and the tide
was rising. At 6 o'clock the fog lifted
and the anrvirora snooted, but their cries
were nnarailing. At 7 o'clock the main
mast, and at quarter to 8 the foremast,
both of iron, fell; then two of the Sc
Agnes' boats came and rescued the few
who had managed to keep afloat- There
were one bondred aad three
Vaam. NUSSEY A PILLING sndertake the
ParekaK for Poreijrn Bnjerr, of all elaifes of Britifk
Made Exguis, Hxcaiixar, HaaDwARK, Woollxs
aa Sorr Ooopa. 53-1. t
BOLLES Sc CO.,
No. 34 Queen Street,
HATE FOR SALE,
Hemp aad Manila Cordage, all fixer.
Patent aad Plain Bub Bloekr. all ier.
Aaehor. aad Chaia Cable, airiortel fire..
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvas,
CoUon aad Uerap Sail Tviae.
Wkale aad Eperra Oil
PaiaU aad Paint Oil,
And a General Anortraent of
Groceries and Ship Stores
AH af wkieh will be fold at tba lowert poaaibla
Oregon Leaf Lard.
BOIXS8 a CO.
a g I B 4 AKIX. RU UVED per
air wirz. mwe7
Mar ii. I -75.
Oregon Dried Apples.
Errrvim this bat. awn roi kai.f by
JUJ 41, I". S. UUMB m W.
25,000 China Bricks.
PXTRA WZE. WILI. IwkT .ABO IT SO P1R
atatx, aaat are eata br
Mar 11. ICTA
!AS AT AM K II.X Kr.l lllll) PR PAA
19 fdaaarar raai aar. aaa la jrf-c-t orrv-r. Fee mu- h
Mar n. uca bolucs a era.
KITTS SALMON BELLIES.
nirk-EB lvn. nrK.no bxceited pes
xt ii. in.
BOLLES A OTA
Oregon 8 agar Cured Hams !
bare.' aad tor aale bf
BOLLX8 A CO.
Australian General Atlas.
A rarer run ar
lAIMI. A lArT
i Buu.it vnrnSG urat, uekuatf
ear aae ay
H. Jt WU1IAKI.
r taket Saalrr !
a na to mm has ai
rz. a. WAUiaai.
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
1 33oxtaoli an LV
rilOXS BEST SMITHS' CO At.,
A Ton. Bat rtlaaeow Spliot tam Coal.
Bar Iraa. ia araorted dial.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
Ia 1 doi. carat of Ike celebrated anefacture of
JOnX GILL0N A Co., Glaacow.
ALSO A FEW OF
Smith A Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Higkly raeoram.adcd bj tkoea aka kaea triad
thorn, (till on hand, aad aill be rtiapn.ed
of at LOW Rate., to salt the time..
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill. Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEAM CLARIFIERS, 100 and 500 Galls.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Caiei Hcidatkk'i Champagne,
Care. Aborted Brands rhamparne,
Caere HeanaMj'. 1, 1 and Star Brandy,
Cares Aaeorted Brand. Brandy,
Car.. Beit Claret,
Care. Beat Scotch Whiskey,
Caere Best Uolland Gin.
Basket. Bait Uolland Gin. stone joee.
Caaas Beit Old Tom Gin, Care. Aasorted Claret..
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Cares Bait Pala Sherry,
Care. Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks n.nnes.y's Pala Brandy,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Cask. Jamaica Rum.
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pint, and Quart..
Blood. Wolfe A Co'. India Pale Ale, pti and qtx.
Ban A Co'. India Pale Ale, pint, aad quart.,
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI!
XEWAM'S XXX STOl'T. In ataaejitrf.
QUARTO A Nil l'lXTS.
PORT '1 E. In Idea aaxaa MIF.KKY Wine
in S doa. erwea. or anpertar quality.
tM r, T. LENEHAN A CO.
THE UNPARALLELED Sacceaa wher
er.r naed places it ahead of all other Liniments,
or any other kind of Medicine ever used for the cure of
Sriatica, Chronic or Inflammatory Rhctt
matitm, Xeuraljia, Kidney and Spi
nai Complaints, Lame Rack, Sore
Throat, Cramps, Toothache,
Sprains and Darns.
Wherever Bishop Soule's Liniment knoern. tke
Ptopi m iu a. it'rf, Its value is estimated
by tho. who hare nied it at from $j to f 1,000 per
bottle. The following are a fear item, which hare
come to ar, and are of daily occurrence t
A man borrowed a part of a bottle of Bishop Sonle's
Liniment of his neighbor, for immediate nae. A few
day. after, he bought three large bottle., returned a
fall bottle for the one borrowed, and told his neighbor
that he would not be without Bishop Sonle's Liniment
in bis house if it cost $350 per bottle. Another, who
had suffered twelve year, from a lame knee, war cored
with Bishop Sonle's Liniment, aad Mid it was worth
$1,000 per bottle. Another, who bad suffered many
years from lameness, so that be could aot walk with
out crutches, write, that ha is cared by aiing Bilhop
Sonle's Liniment, aad say. that yoa eisaaai swajse it
r..o ktykiy. Another, who baa sanered from rheuma
tism foar yean, and could get no relief, said his friends,
wherever he went, adrised him to use Bishop Soale's
Liniment. He bad keard it .o many time., that he
had got out of patience with them, aad woald buy a
battle, aad try it, bat be kaew it wvald not do him
any good ; aad whenever any one er.r recommended
it to him again he would tell them he had used it, and
it was ao better than anything else. Well, be bought
one bottle ; soon after, two bottle, more. He was
eearaletely cared of his rheumatism, aad although he
is not a dealer in medicine, he ha bought of as aad
sold fortf-nx duzrn bottUt. Another man ray. : "I
thank God, aad Bishop Koala'. Liniment, that after
foar yean suffering from Sciatica, I am a well man
again." Another, "Bishop Boole'. Liniment has aot
only saved me from a great deal of soAeriag. but has
aleo saved my life, Ton ought to proclaim U to the
world, aad let the people know that yon hare got
something that wrtL craaraaw." Proprietor "Bat
the people will not beliere it." Owrtm sws "Taa
people will BELixve it they can't help it; bat it is
job' datj to tall them, whether lhay believe or aot."
Aa-ither rays, "I had triad physician, aad almost
everything else and could get ao relief ; my eaae waa
prosoaaeed incurable, but Bishop Soule's Liniment
was reeomroeaded to me. I triad it , aad it eon al.tety
eared me. Taa oagkt ta lac everybody know wkat
Biskep Soale's Liniment will do ; it i. tke best tbiag
in tbe world." Another, "I had a vary revere attack
of sciatica : waa under my physician', eare for a long
time, without any benefit. I inally aakad Dr. jt
promises! physieiaa, if be eoeld cure ma. Ha said
he thought he eoald. I told him I wanld pat my lima
agaiast his : if be cared me I woald give him liM, if
sot eared, we were to quit evea. He triad it. aad
finally gave ma np a. iaearable. I then triad Biskep
Soule's Liaimeat, sad ia six week, waa eatiraly eared.
I waat six koulas to gir. to ray friend.." Anotker
"I bad a very severe attack of seiaties ; was aader
my physician's care for months ; my leg had becom.
almost nielest. My physician finally told me be could
aet hetp asa, aad advised me to nr. Bishop Soale's
I lain taT. a aa had heard af remarkable care, by it ;
I tried it. aad am completely cured by it. My physi
eiaa rayi .t is a woaderfnl medicine.' ' Another, "My
wrfe kad beea eaaiaed taker bed for a leagues., wit
spinal complaint. Tke pkyaieiaa ..aid aet kelp ker.
Oaa evening a lady friend called to see my wife, and
.aid, 'I have beea jut as yea an ; tke doctor eoald
aet kerp am : I thea used Bishop Soale's Liaimeat,
aad it eempUtaiy eared at' Ska sdvue 1 me to try
it. I bought three large bottles, asad aetkiag else,
aad ia .ix week, my wife waa as wail as aver."
Another, " I have suffered for year, from a lame back ;
have wora plasters far a leag tana. Bukoa rseatVs
Liawaaat waa saeeeasaeaslea ta sea ; A Basalt, aad m j
back it as straag as errr." Another, "I hare been
a great sufferer from neuralgia. Biskop Soale's Lia
Imsat waa iissnnsali I to a. ; I oeed it and it eared
sea. While I am -vising this, latter, hava ens ke
hum New Yerk elate tad from Maine, speaking ia
the highest terms of Bishop SooVs Liaimeat."
The fsragoiag are daily aeearreaee.. aad are la tke
words aa as. boa er writs ta as. Did aaaee allow,
we might ga aa without limit, bat will oaly add s
jatT The wedarmgaed A OUSTS can give raaaaaa
eaa ia this ' j ntilirk sTtt ntlsfj iks misHilisil
DILLINGHAM & Co.
OF EVERY DESCKIPTION
Exeeite at this Off iee.
ALL SORTS, SIZES & DESCRIPTIONS
BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Yard and on the Wharf!
.W i Seantliig, Tiabfr !
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c &c. f&C.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles.
White Pine Boards.
Doors, & P. lmo., 2mo., & Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLaSS,
Wall Paper and Border.
In IsaUK Varlf ty.
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE, VARNISH.
Paint and Wnltcwaah Hrnahea,
Sash Weights ft Line.
A I PUULOA SALT. ETC., ETC
GOODS DELIVERED III TOWN FREE OF CHIRGE.
Port la thla leinsrvlona a
I ...ilr i. t. t
WILDER dt CO.,
5-12 3m Corner Fort and Onra StntL
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
I saarBnmarsDI mfl IjP I
Possesses a good assortment of
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
"Well adapted to the Printm" of
POSTERS OP ANY SIZE!
EITHER IS PLAIN OR
Fanoy O o 1 o r m
HOTEL BILLS OP FARE.
LA W BLANKS,
BOOKS ami PAMPHLETS,
MIX ISTK RIAL REPOHT8,
4c, tke, tc
A FEW PHOTOGRAPH Tim
sanely flraea TaJsJta,
Caw Be oBTAiaen at tub utobb
of tke on i.r,ijn.l. Araaaw taosa are raeow:
View af taa City aad Barkar a Hresotal.. taAoa
frora Paaekkawl Bi.iaaatlaaaMy taa aaaat
aietare of Boaelela ertaat.
TVew af Tart aa4 Harbor i.t PacoeU.
View ia Kaoiaa, Oaa a.
Maaauia Sasaerr ia Kaoiaa, Oaka.
Peiat Veaos. TakitL
A astral iaa Steaosar at Wkarf ia HeaolaJa.
Diamond H.ad, flanolala.
MeKaarma'. Hagar Piaatatiee, Koataa.
Tasaariod aad Caeo.qet Trass,
atea af Tahiti aad M.nrea.
These are all Terr mlj takaa, aa4 caakakad
aoaatad ar nsaaaatasi. For Hala bj
B. St. WHITSIT.
RCf.at CAP PAftB-i!. u aed M U
fsrcarl aad Xarrrrw Sal Papers.
rUe aLWl u ut Pap.r.
Camroenaal aad Yrrar m KoSed Waa. raaar.
raaVsr B.mnw rfr snd iakraaa. raor ny;
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