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H. HACKFELD 4 CO.
Offer for Sale
The Following Goods.
A. W.PEIRCE A. CO.
Offer for Sale
PEB HAWAIIAN BABE KA MOI
SHIP ( DA.XDLEBi JUST ARRIVED
From Bremen !
WHALE BOITS AID BOAT STOCK.
1- KO( KKII.
Flour cfc Bread :
Lime and Cement,
Straawr fr vn Fra,$r,
Potatoes, Onions, dec.
Perry Sim' Painkiller.
Pnuloa Salt Works
TEE FINE IRON
Is landing- her Cargo in
o '"r:i or
FILL ASSORT! ET
GREAT CARE FOR THIS MARKET!
rir pbits or favorite ad
r nr rri LSs.
BfciHry ASP WHITE COTTOJCS. rENIM,
iiwinr irrrrr velvet &cee,
r . - ;.. t- k'.:-uek
Lxnnr axn ulxtlocks s scarfs.
:L:N. I ATISTKS. A? Ac A-.
ffii. Saddle and ( anvav
H I' IMK 1MUMS. LUU.K P AT-
A.KrtjarBt Fuft TriBU. nw stjlw,
Whit Grvumi Priat,.
Blaea uJ Whiu Tnau, FreseB Maslias,
!! t B1m Dkibi, pUia Mil tr.;J.
Bin ud Wkile SirprJ Tickicj.
Browa Cot:oat. ajcrti qwaliltes.
B'.at Catlt'Bi. Whit C'ttoas.
Murrortm Whit. U tig Cluth, A snJ B, 36 inch
aaa St iach wkle.
Lin.fi Sheetier;. Ti, '. 90 and 1W iaeae wide.
C.ttoa Sawia(. 63. . S aad M inch. wkle.
Vieturia : i- r: j eee. assorted qoaJiues.
Iadi(o Blu. Flaancl. Black Silk Alpacas,
Black Cvbvar. Cue aad median.
Scotch Waterproof Twwads, all colon.
Silk Corah Uaadk.rchi.fi.
Tark.T lUd aad Y.llo Cotton Uaadkarchkri,
1 . , Cotton Haodkrrchi.fi,
Autrtrd Cotton Stockings aad Sock, .
Linen Thread assorted.
Black and Colored Si'.k N'ecktiw. b.w style,.
3f ookc Jacket,. aMortcd qaalitwf .
Ilea Woolae BlanktU, Scarlet. Orafif. Bin.
Fane; rianne! Skirts. Linee Shirts. Cottoa da.
Merino Finish Vcierthirts. Cotfm Undershirts.
Assorted Bariaps. French Calfskini,
Geouiae Fan de Cologne,
Macassar Hair Oil. Lubin'f Extracts.
Fia. India Rubber I'ressiog Combs,
Fine Woolen Shawls and Trareling Plaids,
Fine and Common Ten ind Pocket Kniret,
Fin. Steel Scissors. Common Scissors.
Tinned Spars on Cards. Iron Teakettles,
tialraaised Pails, 10 and II inch.
(jaleaaited Washing Tubs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machine.,
Charcoal Box Iroas.
Bright Fencing Wire. No. 4. 5 and 6,
Fall Assortm't of Best Reused English Bar Iron,
Muis' Yellow Metal Sheathing, aad Composi
tion Nails, Block Tin.
Cialraniird Iron Pipe, Hoop tron.
Porous Water MonkeTs, Pressed Tumblers,
Cut Porter B
Lvs, 1xk4s, raM Fortes!
Baws' Ate. Bleod's Ala aad Porter,
Tenant'. Ala. last Cope A Co., Alt,
i. 'a. aad B.-kia's Brands of
Winn, nasi tneritn.
l"r si v "V Eartkeaware ' s.j-,
r per Fi.rx.tam. Paints. Oil,
BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS
"rwTfTn M n Hope,
Partksata Caaawat, Cos lagisaJ Iroa, Hoop Iron,
Fciaf Waa, !i :. no,
CEST WELtH STEAM COAL.
. Ono Fair oT
mms PATENT CENTRIFUGALS !
Wkk fcfrnil WrMfftu Iron Monitor Ca-
NOW ON VIEW.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
NEW GOODS !
Just Received by
AFONG ft ACHTJCK,
Hubbark's Patent White Zinc Paint,
Uabbark's Patent White Lead Paint,
llnbbuck's Pale Boiled Linsel Oil,
Black Paint, Paris Grren, Red Lead.
Caustic Soda. Best Lagos Palm Oil.
A large Assortment of
German, English and French Groceries
Licbig's Extract of Meat.
Stearic Candles, 4, 5. aad 8 to a poand,
Caster Oil, in tiaj and glass,
Ep sots Salts in balk and boxes.
Nets of Trunks, Birch Brooms,
Wrapping Paper. Market Basket,
Aseortasaet of Blank Books,
Press Cop; Books, Shipping Receipt Books.
Assorted sises Horse Rope. Heap Packing,
SpaaTare. Flag Line, Log Lice,
Mariiae and Housing.
Swedish Safety Matches,
Peroa't Kerosene Oil, in patent cans.
IleidsMck A Co's Champagne, in qts and pts.
Rainart Per. A Fi!s' Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock, in quarts and pints.
Genuine Hollands Gin, in jugs and baskets,
Genuine He '.lands Gin. in glass, green boxes,
BoBteUean r Co.'s Breed, tn glass, 1 to 4
Bootell.au A Co.'s Brand, in casks,
German Ale and Lager Bier, in qts. and pts.
Je4fre-s EdwVurrh A! and Stoat, qts and ; ts.
Araorted Clarets, rer fine to common,
Liebfreaenmilch A Laabenh.imer Rhine Winei.
Small aaeortsscnt of Hungarian Wines,
Bitten, Alcohol in 1 gal. demijohns, 96 per cent.
German and Harana Cigar.
Fire Cla., Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar,
Emptjr Petroleum Barrels for Tallow Containers,
Oak Boats for Coasters,
Etc., Ku., Etc., Etc.,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
The a bo re specified Goods, together with a well
assorted Stock now an band ex recent arrivals, are
offered for sale in quantities to suit tkr trade.
at Order, from the other Island' filled at lowest
market rata. m
NUSSE Y & PILLING,
PARK WORKS, LEEDS.
THE LITTLE STRANGER, 3.3s.
Wkme a Colored Rattan Matting,
, Ror. Peaunt KL
Kestu Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea, Basket Tea,
OuBam, Nankin Cloth,
tmmm UmbrWlan, Aborted Silk,
&!-er Ware, Irory Ware,
Ssatada! Wood Ware, Lacquered Ware,
Ctina Ware, Caavae Shoes.
Straw Slipper, Clothe BaskeU,
FVttt Pots, Wrappins Paper,
DrWal L-r . Dried Date,
Goid a Silver Jewelrr.
Tortoise Shell fc Crrstal Jewelry,
sen x Ljl&ks fuj Uau,
Caina Brick a Side-walk Stones
T?l M AJTD IJOCBK
SI 648 1AT BAGS
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Mraet. cftar Eh
w8oujb co. aawBV
THE IMPROVED LITTLE STRANGER !
HASD LOCK-STITCH (SHUTTLX,).
THE "XUSSEY A PIIXING"
HEW FAMILY SILENT SEWING MACHINE,
(SHUTTLE) 87 10a.
The NOISELESS TUDOR,
FOK TSUOHISO ASL MASTFACTCSIXO
(SHUTTLE) W 10.
Wheeler & Wilson's Machines.
' Merchants aad Skippers, supplied. -94
Loacca Omca :
C. E. WILS05, FALCOS SQCABE,
LOSDOS, E. C, E50LA5D.
- Mesrrs. SUSS FT 1 PILLUfG andartake the
Parekan for Foreign Bbtbts, sf all rlssass ef British
Mad. EMom. sUciimr, Haasvaaa, Wmllxi
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nruu cap PAirrji 14 aim it ma. m ma
Isow '-ar Paper-:, ar.-i la saa. M BWJ Eaaws.
Isllw- Watoaa!l?tea"tniawJ Wper sd TskiTLa
Lada' has, wtae Inieai Paper and Estate
A treat aaatatf ct ag kla it, aad awaa at ulsj ia.
For su Lt
HAWAII AX GAZKTTE
AN IKPEPKXDEST JOVKXAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
B. M WHITNEY.
The etnt-official J'rorincial Compon1
ettct of Borhn a- that the revolutionary
insolence of the Papal Manifesto will force
the Government to prove bevond a doubt
who is Sovereign in his country the
Tope or the Emperor. " It is," the jpcr
adds, "more necessary than ever after this,
that the various Governments shouM ask
themselves ujwn the election of a new
Pope, whether the successor of lio Nono
is fit to exercise Papal prvogatives in their
In consequence of the Papal Encyclical
to the Prussian Bishops, the official inter
course between the Hishops and the Vati
can will be subjected to the supervision of
the Government. Dr. Folk, the Minister,
has taken measures to ascertain whether
any of the Catholic members of his de
partment recognize the reasoning of the
Papal KiK- vclic.il in declaring the Prussian
Church Laws invalid.
In the Prussian parliament on March 4
the Minister of Public Instruction intro
duced a bill withdrawing the endowments
paid by the State to the Catholic bishops
and clergy.. The endowments are to cease
directly the measure becomes law. By
clause it is, however, provided that these
grants shall be restored as soou as a Bishop
binds himself, iu writing, to the Govern
ment to obey the law. Should he violate
this obligation he will be tried before the
Courts, and removed lrom office. The
disposal of the confiscated endowments is
reserved for future legislation. Our Ber
lin correspondent says, in a special tele
gram, that the bill was quite unexpected,
and produced a profound sensation in the
House. Much curiosity is felt as to the
course the Bishops will now adopt.
The bill which has been introduced into
the German Senate for " withdrawing the
State subsidies from Hflman Catholic dio
ceses " consists of fifteen paragraphs, as
follows: " 1. From the date ot the pub
lication of this law, all State grants to
Bishops, clergy, and diocesan institutions
shall cease, in the Roman Catholic dio
ceses of Prussia, and in those portions ot
the dioceses of Prague, Olmutz, Freiburg,
and Moinz, which are under Prussian rule.
The clergy belonging to public State insti
tutions are alone exempted from this law.
2. The subsidies thus withdrawn shall be
again paid, so soon as the Bishop of anv
diocese, or the administrator ot the same,
shall declare in writing to the Govern
ment his acknowledgment of the laws of
the State. 3 and 4 appoint the same reg
ulations to apply to the vacated dioceses
ot Posen and Paderborn, and to any that
may be vacated in a similar way. 6. In
the cases of separate clergymen, who shall
declare in writing that they will obey the
laws, the State pay may be continued.
7 to 10 determine the manner in which
the confiscated supply shall be nsed, and
authorizes the necessary expenditure for
administering the secular affairs of the dio
ceses. 11. If any cleric shall withdraw
at any subsequent time his writteu en
gagement to obey the law, or shall tacitly
disobey the law, he shall be deposed from
his office. 12 and 13 settle the manner of
carrying oat the deposition, aud authorize
the Supreme Church Court to give sen
tence in the case. 14. Any cleric who
shall perform any official act after his de
position shall be fined for the first offence
up to 15, and for a repetition of the act,
up to 150.
This is Prussia's answer to the Papal
Encyclical, and is, in fact, the mpture of
negotiations with Rome, and the abolition
of the hitherto existing Concordat.
The Lower House of the Prussian Diet,
on March 16, was occupied with the de
bate upon the first reading of the Govern
ment bill for the withdrawal of State
grants from Roman Catholic Bishops.
The Minister of Public Works, Dr.
Falk, justified the measure by calling at
tention to the disobedience of the clergy
to the State Laws. He stigmatized all
the reproaches that the Government
wished to destroy the Church, as untrue.
The Minister dwelt specially upon the cir
cumstances that enactments similar to the
May laws have been introduced in Aus
tria without the consent of the Church,
and that Bishop Ruediger of Linz had
been authorized to submit to them. He
next mentioned that the Prince-Bishop of
Brc-slau had submitted to laws in the Aus
trian districts of his diocese which he op
posed upon Prussian territory. The State
did not fear the Encyclical Letter but held
it to be a serious matter, and would not
allow itself to be treated with scorn by the
Church. That was the meaning of the
present bill, a measure introduced to put
a stop to a pernicious state of things. Dr.
Falk added that, undeterred by threats
and insults, he would continue to do his
Dr. Sybel followed, and delivered an
exhaustive speech in support of the bill.
He cited numerous instances in illustra
tion of the course persistently pursued by
the priests of inciting the populace against
the Government, and he mentioned, among
other things, a novel circulated by tbeTjl
tramontanes, of which the plot is laid in
the time of Diocletian, but which con
tains unmistakable allusions to the Empe
ror William and Prince Bismarck. While
Dr. Sybel was reading a passage from it,
which describes bow Diocletian and his
Minister Mark perished in a bog, Prince
Bismarck entered the House, and was re
ceived with vociferous cheers. The Im
perial Chancellor shortly afterwards ad
dressed the House, and argued that the
maxim that we owe more obedience to
God than to man was certainly not to be
understood as inculcating that more obe
dience should be shown to a Pope mis
guided by Jesuits than to the King.
A Japaarse " Derty."
On the outskirts of Yeddo there is a
racecourse, where, twice a-year, the upper
crust and much of the lower stratum of
the city and surrounding country assem
ble to witness the " Derby " of the Ori
ent (says a Japanese correspondent.)
Hither come jockeys, clad, many of them,
in grotesque imitation of the time-honored
costume of that ilk ; and here are brought
cross-eyed, bristly-maned, crooked legicd
brutes, whose first destination should have
been the shambles. Tho track is ingeni
ously arranged with an eye to the amuse
ment of the public. Turns arc so sharp
that it requires an extra balance wheel aud
a firm confidence in the integrity of one's
centre of gravity to go around them faster
than a walk. As in n beautiful landscape
garden one views with pleasure the
charms of nature heightened by art, so
there the peaceful KKtlitj which is apt to
cloud the rider's mind, and make him feel
as though the order of his internal machiu
erv had been reversed, is increased as he
beholds with what care and consideration
all the natural roughnesses and declivities
that strew his way have been cherished
and perpetuated by the hand of art. The
Japanese public would regard itself as
the victim of gross deceit, should it hap
pen that there were no trouble at the ra
ces. High and lofty vaulting, broken
heads, and fractured limbs, are regarded
as necessary adjuncts of the sport , and
that man would lie bold indeed who dared
to ruffle the complacency of tho pleasure
loving populace of Yeddo by straighten
ing tho break-neck turns of the race track.
Some one has poetically described a good
rider and a fine horse as being of "one
mind." At a Japanese race it would seem
as though each rider and pony had forty
minds between them. The rider has a
mind to go ahead, and the pony has a
mind to go anywhere and everywhere
else but where his rider wants him to go.
The " start " is always enlivened by play
ful contests between the two, which gen
erally end to the ony's satisfaction.
And wheu those who retain their seats are
once fairly uuder way, stringing along one
after the other, suddenly some pony iu the
line, will remember a forgotten engage
ment, and bolt off sideways to fulfil it ;
another will be tilled all at once with a de
sire to eat some of the spectators, and
will rush pell-mell over the npe9 ; while
another will be actuated by an uncontrol
lable wish to stop aud scratch his ear with
one of his hind feet. All of these little
incidents give variety to the scene, and
add much to the pleasure of the Japanese
s pec tato rs. Pictorial Jrhl
William Thompson, in a letter to tho
Loudon 7Vit'., describes an apparatus for
taking flying soundings, which, he says, if
used on board the Schiller after her speed
had been reduced, would have enabled her
to '"feel her way around the Scilly islands,
without ever coming nearer than the fifty
fathom line, which at its nearest is four
miles from the Retarriere ledges." He
describes the apparatus as follows : "The
apparatus consists in an oval weight of
thirty pounds, lead or iron, but lead slight
ly to be preferred, attached by half a fath
om of hemp cord to a ring or 'thimble'
properly secured on one end to a length of
200 fathoms of piano forte wire coiled on an
exceedingly light wheel of thin galvan
ized sheet iron of about a foot in diameter,
mounted on a frame work fixed in a con
venient position on the ship's taffrail. The
wheel has a second rim, with a simple
kind of friction brake, by which a constant
force of five pounds is applied to it when
the wire is rnnning out. There is also at
tached to the same shaft a ratchet, wheel
and pawl, which can be thrown out of
gear or into gear at pleasure. A counter
to count up 200 turns completes the ap
paratus. To take a sounding by it, let
the weight hang by the short cord direct
from the wheel and clear of the taffrail,
lift the pawl and throw it out of gear,
holding the rim of the wheel by hand till
ready te begin, then let go the rim and
stand by. The moment the wheel is heard
to go slower lay hold of the rim with both
hands protected by a piece of canvas or
thick leather gloves and stop it ; read
the counter, and the sounding is complete.
So far one man only has anything to do.
Two men, working on handles applied for
the purpose, haul in the wire and recover
the lead easily and 6peedily."
Ureas ia CTtaarcta.
Apparen tly the ladies who listen to the
sermons of the Rev. Mr. Talmage have
not learned that black is the most fashion
able color for church wear, for he declares
that : "There seems to be, in the churches
a great strife waging. It is an Austerlitz
of ribbons. The carnage of color is seen
all over our religious assemblages. Along
on the outskirts of the Sabbath audiences,
you see here and there a picket of fashion
but down in the middle of the church are
the solid columns blazing away all through
the service. Five hundred 'broken and
contrite hearts,' covered up in rainbows
and spangles. Followers of the 'meek and
lowly Nazarene,' all a-jingle and a-flash."
Furthermore he says : "We want a great
ecclesiastical reformation in this matter of
Sabbath accouterment. Shoo these reli
gions peacocks out of the house of God.
By your example, make subdued and mod
est costume more popular than gaudy ap
pareL Do not put so much dry goods on
your back that you cannot climb into
glory. You cannot sail into the harbor
of heaven with such a rigging as that.
They would level their guns at you as be
ing a blockade runner. Coming up to the
celestial door the gatekeeper would cry,
' Halt ! you cannot go in with such regi
mentals.' And as you answered, I got
those jewels from Tiffany, and that dress
from Arnold and Constable, and those
shoes from Burts,' tho gatekeeper would
say to one of tho attendants, ' Take this
soul down to one of the ont-housea, and
tear off those puffs aud ruffles and knife
plaitings and Hamburg embroideries, and
put ou her more appropriate Sunday attire;
for, going in as she now is, all heaven
would burst out a-langhing !' "
!, II tl Out.
Here is an alphabet which will task roe tmiy.
Uet ont your llibla anJ turn to tho pl.u-es.
When too hare found them read and remember :
A was a monarch, who rauraiMi in the Kast.
Kather. L 1.
Biui ChalUee, who made a great feast.
Daniel. . 1-4.
C was rereciooe when others told lies. Num.,
D was a woman, heroic and wise. Judges, it.
E was a refuse where David spared Saul. 1
Sam., xxiv. 1-7.
I was a Rotosn, accuser of I'sol Aets,xxi. 24.
U was a pardon, a frequent resort John, x.iii.
1-2 ; Mall.. xxi. 36.
H was a city where David held court 2 Sam..
I was a mocker, a very had boy (lenasls, xi. 16.
J" was a cily preferred 11s a joy Psalm, cxxxril 6.
K was a father whose sou was quite tail. 1 Sam.,
IX. I S.
L was a proud ono who hod a great fall. Isaiah,
M was a nephew whose uncle was good. Collos-
sians. i. 10 j Acts. xi. 24.
N was a city long hid were it stood. Zacha-
riah, ii. 13.
O was a aorvant acknowledged a brother Phile
mon, i- 16.
P was a Christian greeting another 2 Timothy,
B was a damsel who knew a man's voice. Acts,
S was a sovereign who made a bad choice. 1
Kings, xi. 4-11.
T was a seaport where preaching was loog:
Acts, xx. 6-7.
0 was a teamster struck dead for his wrong. 2
Samuel, i. 7.
V was a cast-off, aad never restored. Ksther, i.
Z was a rain, with sorrow deplored. Psalm
Mattiuo, Matting. Matting ?
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
CASTLE & COOKE'S!
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
NEW GOODS if GDI!
San Francisco. New York and.England,
Consisting In Part of
A MOSKEAti DENIMS,
. V Fine and Medium Tickings,
Atnoskeag Dro. Drills, Amoskeag llluo Drills,
Fine and Medium White Flannels,
One Case of those Superior G. B. Bleached Cottons.
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
FROM BOSTON. ALSO,
Garden and Plantation Hoes, N'o. 1 and 2 ; Mattocks
C. S. Spades, Shovels, Seoops and Rakes,
Handled Axes. Hatchets Shingling and Axe pattern
Rim Knob Looks, Chest and Padlocks, Ae.
Clothes Pins. Raw Hides, Sash Cords, Sand Paper,
Sash Cord. Sjrrioges, Mucilage, Horse Cards,
Sledge,, Champers, Horse Nails and Shoe Ink,
T Hinges 5 to 14 in.. Tinned Tacks t to 14 in.
W. W., Paint, Shoe, Scrub and Varnish Brushes,
Self Heat Irons, Mason's Blacking,
Corn Starch, Whiting, Metallic Paint,
Snow White Zinc, Eastern Brooms, Pnttr,
A large Assortment of Chimneys, Common, Clipper,
Sun, Perkins 1 nowes, Ac
Lanterns, Kerosene Wicks, Ac.
A few dozen of the best Patent Glass Preserving Jars,
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Oregon Dried Apples. Oregon Hams
Fresh Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
Also, on hand,
Paris, Eagle 2 and 20, and Clipper Plows,
Cultivators, Horse Hoes. Canal Barrows,
Cane Knives, Scythes and Snaiths, Ac.
Cut Nails 3d to SOd, Cat Spikes 5 to 8 inch.
Files Round Square, Flat and i-Round, 8 to 13 in.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints & Oils
Inss-8xI0, 10x19, lilxlS. Jkc,
A Large Asst. of other Goods,
WHICH WILL BE
Sold clX HjO-w JFt-atos
CASTLE & COOKE.
Good fir Chicken Peed, ska., Jc
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of the Beat Quality
Cot op If required.
JAM. I. DOWHETT,
132 im Confer Qnn And Fort Street-
BOLLES Ac CO.,
No. 34 Queen Street,
AVE FOR SALE,
Hemp snd Manila Cordage, all sites.
Patent aad Plain Bash Blacks, all sisaa.
Anchor, and Chain CabUe, assorted sizes,
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvas,
Cotton and Hemp Sail Twin.
Whale and Sperm OU
Paints aad Psint Oil,
And a General Assortment of
Groceries and Ship Stores
pB All ef which will be sold at the lewest possible
moms BEST swlTHS' COAL.
I Toas Bast tll.sgnw Sptlat Coal.
Bar Iroa. ia as.ortl ,Ism.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
Ia 1 warn, eaau of the c.l.braUd Baaafaetar. of
JOHN GILLON A Co., (llasrow.
ALSO A FKW OF
Smith & Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Illghlj reeomra.nded by thos. who ha, triad
them, still on hand, and will b. diapoMd
ef at LOW Rates, to tail the times.
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEM, f LIRIFIERS, 400 and 500 Galls.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Case. Haldeeiek's Champagn..
Cases Assorted Brands Champagne.
Case, Henneeij't 1. 1 and 3 Star Brandy,
Cases Assorted Brands Brandy,
Cssu Bast Claret.
Cases Best Scotch Whiskey,
Case, Best Holland Gin.
Baskets Best Holland Gin. stone jugs.
Cases Best Old Tom Gin, Oase A,,ortd Claret,.
BEST AMEBIC AN WHISKIES !
Occidental, HerroitBfe tvnd O.F.C.
Cases Best P.). Sherry,
Casas Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Hennessy's Pale Brandy,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Iri'h Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum.
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pints and Quarts.
Blood, Wolfe A Co's India Pale Ale, pts and qts.
Bass A Co', India Palo Ale, pints aad quarts.
ALSO. JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI!
STEWAVft XXX S.TOI T. Ill t.n.iiu-i.
Ql'ARTH ANIi PI NTH.
I'Onr WISE. In 3 .loa. rr i sill Kit V Witt.
Iu 3 Uob. rawen. l HsiawMsjW quality.
THE UNPARALLELED Success) whfjr
erer used places it ahead of all other Liniment,,
or any other kind of Madicin. ever used fur th. oar. ot
&-iatica, Chronic or Inflammatory Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Kidney and Spi
nal t'omf)laint.-i, Lame Rack, Hon
Throat, Cratnju, Toothache,
Sprains ami Rums.
BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Yard and on tho Wharf!
Lfwrfta SeMdhfc TiBfer !
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
4c. Sec. Sec.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles.
White Pine Boards,
Doors, R. P. lmo., 2rao., 4 Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLS.8S,
Wall Paper and Border.
Ia Lat. Variety.
PAINTS, OILS. TURPENTINE, VARRISH,
I u 1 at l itn.l Wtaltcwtaali Bratakew.
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Wherever Bishop Soole'e Lid. meat la known, the
FcvpU t'c ! iu atrrtisr$. Iu t1u U estituatwti
bj thoM who have uteJ it at from $6 to $l.tu0 per
bottle. The fallowing are m few itami which have
come to ns, and are of dally occurrence I
A man borrowed a pert of a bottleof Bishop Sonle't
LioimeDt of hie neighbor, for immediate au. A few
day after, he bought three large bottles, returned a
full bottle for the one borrowed, and told hit neighbor
that he would not b without Bishop Soule's Lioiment
io hie houae if it ooit $250 per bnttle. Another, who
had suffered twelve years from a lame knee, wu eared
with Bishop Soute'i Liniment, and said it wu worth
$1,000 per bottle. Another, who bad suffered many
years from Lameness, to tbat he could not walk with
out crutches writes tbat ho it cured by using Bishop
Sonla'i Liniment, and fays that you caoi yrit it
too highly. Another, who had suffered from rheuma
tism four years, and could get no relief, said his friends,
wherever he went, adrised him to use Bishop Sonlt'i
Liniment. He bad heard it so many times, that he
bad got out of patience with them, and would buy a
bottle, and try it, but he knew it wuuld not do bin
any good : and whenever any one ever recommended
it to him again be would tell them be had used it, aad
it wast no better than anything else. WU, he bought
one bottle ; soon after, two bottles more. He wu
completely cared of his rheumatism, and although he
a not a dealer in medieine, he has bought of ns and
sold forty-iix dn bottle. Another man says : "I
thank God, and Bishop Soule'e Lioiment, tbat after
four years suffering from Sciatica, I am a well man
again." Another, "Bishop Soule'f Liniment hu not
only saved me from a great deal of suffering, but hu
also saved my life, Ton ought to proclaim it to the
world, and let the people know that you have got
something that will craarnaM." Proprietor "But
the people will not believe H." Cured man "Tsta
pbopli will BRLiive it they can't help it; but it is
you Jaty to tell them, whether they believe or not."
Another says, "I had tried physiciasar and almost
everything else and could get no relief ; my cue wu
prononoceu incurable, but Bishop Soule'e Liniment
wu recommended to me I tried it, aoditcomplete!y
cored me. Ton ought to let everybody know wbat
Bishop Sonle's Liniment will do ; it ts the best thing
in the world." Another, "I had a very severe attack
of sciatica ; wu under my physician's care for a long
time, without any benefit. I finally uked Dr. ,a
prominent physician, if he eonld cure me. He said
he thought be eonld. I told him I would put my time
against his ; if he cared me I woald give htm iouO, if
not cared, wo were to quit even. He tried it, and
finally rave me up u Incurable. I then tried Bishop
Sonta's Liniment, and in six weeks wu entirely eared.
I waat six bottlets to give to my friends." Another
"I had a vary savere attack of sciatica ; wu under
my physician's care for months ; my leg bad become
almost useless. My physician finally told ine he could
not help me, aad adriaetd mo to use Biebop Boale'a
Liniment, u be had beard of remarkable cures by it ;
I triad it, and am completely eared by it. My physi
cian says it U a wonderful medicine." Another, "My
wife bad bean confined to ber bed for along time, with
spinal oomplaint. The physician eonld not help ber.
One evening: a lady friend called to see my wife, aad
said, 'I have been jnet u yoa are; taw doctor could
not help mo: I then used Buhop SowU's Liniment,
and it completely cared me.' She sdrieoJ me to try
it. I bought three large bottles, aaed nothing else,
and in six weeks my wife wu as) well u ever."
Another, "I bare suffered Vt years from a lama back ;
have worn plasters for a long time. Bishop SooU's
Liniment wu recommended to me; I nsed it, and my
back is u strong u ever." Another, "I have beem
a great sufferer froea neuralgia. Buhop Soole'e Lin
iment wu recommended to me ; I ased it and it cured
me. While I am writing this, letters have eotne hi
from N'ew York State and from Maine, speaking ia
the higbeet terms of Bishop Koala's Liniment."
The foragoiag are daily oceurroures. aad are in the
words u spoken or written to ns. Did enaaa allow,
we might go on without'lisait, bnt will only add a
f& The undersigned AGENTS can girt nfsssn
ces in this city, which will satisfy the most skeptical.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
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