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THE GREAT CENTENNIAL
APPROACHIXG !
GRAND OPENING!
M. MdNERNY
lias .J usst Received
Maftiig, MattiDj. Mailing! HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract A Good
.AT..
CASTLE & COOKE'S!
AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS
All About Traveling.
Hf GOODS, Iff UK!
The Various Types of Traveler,
Thrj- Travel For.
ad Wnat
BtFt
n
....BX
STEAMER CYPHRENES !
FROM
STEAMER MACCRECOR
Tli o Fineat Jjtnoa
TRUNKS VALISES,
Carpet Bags, 6lc,
Ever Seen in this City!
rYiN5TSTT!n OF
Ladies' Biveted Sole Leather Trunks.
U Inch.
Ladle' Bridle- Leather Trankl,
Ladies' Zinc Emboss'd Saratoga Trunks,
Ladies' Elegant Leather Covered -Saratoga
Trunks,
Ladies' Slate Room Trunks.
Gents' Sivt'd Sole Leather Trunks
beats' Ri wwxl Bridle Leather Trunks.
bents' B IV ted Bole Ijeatker Valium,
Oeuts' bridle lather Valne.
Uents' Boston Valises.
Genu' r- : Cover Vallses.
LADIES' AlTl) GENTS'
Russia Leather Dressing Cases.
Leniher
MISSES' AND BOYS'
ind Manila School Basra.
Trunk and Shi straps.
Blanket and Shoulder Straps. Ac.
This Elegant Line of Goods
Will. BE
Ready for Inspection this Wednesday.
Sf LavdW; and rfnt"!ii-ii from tlieoUttT I-.1a.h1- w&nt
la aorUtlikit w ai.tr atsx t- Uue, wlU do well to ecur one
or morv at one.
ALSO, FES SAME ARRIVAL,
m MrixRK.vT imn or jii:-n
11 Ml SLIPPER WARE!
Which have only to be seen to be appreciated,
TREY SPEAK FO 11 THEAISEL YES
ALSO
Watches, Chains, Silver Ware, (solid,)
Diamond Jewelry, Ac,
Wlilcli xasrllX Too Sold IjOW
CALL AND EXAXEVE FOB YOURSELVES.
M. MclNERY.
PARLOR ORGANS !
PARLOR ORGANS!
TO ARRIVE
PER SHIP 'CEYLON,'
A TB W
SHU PARLOR ORGAN!
AMOSKEAG 111. VIMS.
Fine and Medinm Tieking-s,
Atnoskear Bro. Drills, Auioikeag Cine Drilli,
Fine and Medinm White Flannelf,
Unbleached Cottonl.
One Case of those Superior G. B. Bleached Cotton.
ALSO
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
FROM BOSTON. ALSO,
Garden and Plantation Hoe. No. 1 and 2 ; Mattocks
C. S. Spade, Shnreli, Scoops and Rates,
Handled Aze, Hatchets Shingling and Axe pattern
Rim Knob Locks, Chert and Padlocks. 4c.
I s tSft. Pini. Raw Hides, Sash Cords, Sand Paper,
Sash Cord. Syringes, Mneilage. Horse Cards,
Sledges, Champers, Horse Nails and Shoe Ink,
T Hinges S to 14 in., Tinued Tacks 6 to It in.
W. W., Paint, Shoe, Serob and Varnish Brushes,
Self Heat Irons, Mason's Blacking,
Corn Starch, Whiting, Metallic Paint,
Snow White Zinc, Eastern Brooms. Pntty,
A large Assortment of Chimneys, Common, Clipper,
San, Perkins A Howe, Ac.
Lanterns, Kerosene Wicks, 4c.
A few dozen of the best Patent Glass Preserriog Jars,
ALSO .....
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Oregon Dried Apples. Oregon Hams
Fresh Salmon, I and 2 lb. tins,
Pilot Bread.
Also, on hand,
; Paris, Eagle 2 and 20, and Clipper Plows,
I Cultivators, Horse Hoes. Canal Harrows,
I Cane Knires, Scythes and Snaiths, 4c.
I Cut Nails 3d to 80d, Cat Spikes 6 to 8 inch.
i Files Round Square, Flat and i-Round, 8 to IS in.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints & Oils
.las-xIO, 10x12. 12x16, sfcc,
AMD
A Large Asst. of other Goods,
WHICH WILL BE
At Low Rates
bt
Sold
CASTLE A COOKE.
1875.
SOMETHING
1875.
NEW
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
I mi:ksk;m:i has
AND FOR SALE
OS HAM!
fjp E
C. R. SALMON BELLIES
In 12 1-2 lb.
EXTRA NO. I,
Kitts. 20 lb. Kltta and 23 lb.
Kills,
NEW JUBILEE ORGAN.
PARTIES IS WANT Or A SICE 1NNTKV
nasjt, At Reasonables Rates !
Will do wftU to cbooac from tills lot
bar fvo aaUafaaofcaou.
tboac sold beforv
Fuji SALE BT
m 5 re
CASTLE & COOKE,
Agents.
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Offer for Sale
SHIP CHANDLERY
Wpujv
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
GROCERIES,
Flour db Bread !
Lime and Cement,
California Hay,
AND
By Steaa.tr frea Sai Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, dec.
, 1
Vtvoxxtna for
Brutfc Bomb Lancet,
Perry Davia' Painkiller.
Pnuloa Salt Worka
Ut:lm i
Columbia River Salmon !
WTBT BF.CF.I1
af la aunls ana
F.CT.I VF.D FEB I. A
FAI.KINBI R2
For sal by
C BREVES 4 CO.
DTTS SALMON BELLIES.
KECEITEB FEB
BOLLES CO.
TACBU 175. aVBOrC.
M. ranranwu.'tanaay.
auyai irf
Oregon Leaf Lard.
BBBB, Kt
For sal bv
BOUSE 4C0.
The Sunday Saturday Review talks impartially
as follows :
Tboaaaods of people think it necessar to travel,
bat few are able to enjoy traveling as they tBifht.
They take an Autumn tonr on the Continent,
anend u Winter on the Nile, or even e roaod
San Francisco. New York and England, the world with Mr. cook. The recollections
-' - - : p.., ,.e " i many of lliem brioa: back are only of the little
discomforts from which they were too late, bat
nothing or the curious old town tbey explored
while waiting from another. Tbey can give a
full account of the number of courees served at
the Louvre hotel dinner, but would not know a ;
photograph of Notre Damo from one of the Made
line, unless the nme.i were printed beneath.
They can discourse feelingly about the junrney
they took when the luncbeoo was left behind.
They hare fureotteu all about the picturesque
country through which they passed. The highest
mountains and deepest ravines could not attract
their attention or stop them from grumbling at
the temporary discomfort of missing one meal.
There are a great many things required to make
a perlect traveler. By
A PKBFECT TtUYELRR, .
We mean n person who enjoys himself to the full,
and almost forces those with whom be comes in
contact to do the same. lie mast have a good
temper und a perlect digestion, a love of scenery,
and sympathy rith his fellow creatures, lie must
not require, like the snail, to carry ul! bis borne
arrangements about with him, but be able to muke
himself ul home even iu a dusty railway carriage.
Lie must have a liberal education und a strong
foresight. He ought to be able to last when nec
essary, and to least when be gets the opportu
nity ; to enjoy a comfortable bed, or, if needful,
to sleep ro the floor. He most be able to re
member to puck up bis toothbrush and soap, am!
not to lose sight of his umbrella. He must have
a watch that keeps time, and a pocket iu which
his tickets are always to be found. He should
know bow to make himself comfortable, or to put
up cheerfully with discomforts which cannot be
avoided. To such a traveler everything seems to
give pleasure. What he has seen before be is
glad to see ugain, and to verify bis recollection.
What is new he Ends full of (resb interest. Each
table d'hote will be a pleasing excitement. He
may meet a friend ; be will almost certainly make
one. In uuy case, he will discover plenty to
amuse him in watching his neighbors. In fre
quented places there will no doubt be a collection
or
THK USUAL WELL KNOWN TYPES,
Bat they will always exhibit a certain variety,
whicb may prevent ibein from becoming altogether
monotonous. There will be the beautiful und
elegantly dressed American girl, with her obedi
ent and assiduourly attentive mother as lady-in-waitiug.
She may talk uhout being " pretty
crowded " when you offer her another peach, but
she will have plenty of shrewd things to say well
worth listening to. There will be the shoddy
American family talking through their noses ; but
if you take a quiet smoke with the 'cute Yankee
who has " struck oil," the views he expresses up
on things social and political will be worth re
membering and be food for thought. There will
be the typical American child, who nsks lor
everything, but will eut only what is unwhole
some and sore to make bim sick, who drinks
champagne and cafe noir. and talks tbe whole
time ol dinner in a shrill penetrating treble, but
probably in excellent French. He spills the salt
cellar to the consternation of tbe superstitious
old Scotchwoman, who watches the urchin's be
havior with unconcealed amazement; and by up
setting the rin ordinaire, spoils the only decent
dress she has brought with her. A meek coun
try clergvnuu sent abroad for his throat, clothed
in Sue black cloth, and with the largest and
whitest of ties, may be seen sitting beside a
Queen's chaplain in a well-worn shooting suit . ml
scarlet neckerchief. There will be Jews with
many gold rings and much assurance not of a re
ligions kind, and undergraduates taking their first
tour. There will be the German officer with his
black and white buiton, who tears his meat with
his fingers; aod the Frenchman with bis crimson
rosette, who takes a toothpick from tbe Ouudle.
and wben be has used U, calmly replaces it for the
next comer. 1 here will be ltusc-nins converting
in all European languages with equal facility. and
Eogli.bwomen talking tbe horrible jargon which
they believe to be French. One and all will con
tribute something to entertain tbe man wbo is
ready to be amused.
THE GREAT MISTAKE
Wbicb most people muke about traveling is that
they travel without any object except that of do
ing as otber people do. They think that tbey
most follow certain routes, adhere to a certain
routine, and see certain things, even if tbey do not
interest them in tbe least. Those wbo never
care to look at pictures at home, spend days in
wearily dragging themselves through intermina
ble picture galleries. They may be seen bored to
death, standing before the masterpieces of Tinto
ret and Veronese. Those who do not know
whether their own parish church is Norman or
Tudor, and moreover do not care a straw, spend
weeks in running from one cathedral town to an
other, vainly trying to remember which had a cam
panile and which a baptistery, so that they may
have some new dinner talk when they retnrn from
abroad. Those who can barely distinguish a man.
ajrript from a printed book will take tbe greatest
trouble to obtain introductions to all the princi
pal librarians in Europe, who will be expected to
waste valuable time in showing them treasures
wbicb 1 hey can neither appreciate nor understand.
All this is very foolish, and a useless waste of
time and money. Almost every one baa some
taste, and is capable of enjoying something which
traveling can procure for bim. if a man is fond
of bis garden at borne, but does not know a Titian
from a Oreoze. why does be pretend to look at
pictures wheo he goes abroad, instead of trying
to see some fine gardens, and to find out what
new plants be could celimatiz? He will al
ways be able to get bints, even from those who
may not know as orach aa be does himself, end.
what be will find still more pleasant, be may air
his favorite theories before an audience wbo bave
not beard tbem it every public dinner and every
magistrate's meeting in hia county for twenty
years. If a country gentleman likes turnips and
mangel wnrzel, and is great upon tbe fattening
of pigs, there is nothing to be ashamed of in so
useful a taste; and when be travels let him atop
at country places and see how tbe inhabit inis
farm, aod find out what different breeds of cattle
are kept in different provinces. There is no oc
casion for him to sure at early stained glass until
his eyes ache, or spend hours in .tbe catacombs
listening to a lectors on the primitive Christians
when he would rathtr be in a pig-stye. One man
takes ab interest in social questions, smb. as pan-
FuU weight, thoroughly packed, warranted to keep sweet
aod good.
PRICES
KIND
FAR BELOW (NYTHING OF THE
I In the city.
ALSO
BBLS, COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON!
SEASON 1875. No. I,
200 Lbs. Earn at penally LOW PRICES !
ALSO, A FEW BARRELS
C. R. SALMON BACKS
BTo. 1 EXTRA. SEASON 1875,
Two hundred pound each at ALSO
A FEW BBLS. C. R. SALMON
KO. 1, 900 LBS. EACH,
SEASMS 1S74 AT THE LOW PRirE OF 8B.
- Buyers are reapectftaUy requested to call rad ex
amine for IhemseK'ea - i1i
ST Orders from the Trade, City, and Jslanos generally
solicited and promptly filled.
E. C. M'CANDLESS.
See cm FISH MARKET, ST ALUS 93.
Tvust IPixTolislxed
THE
HAWAIIN GUIDE BOOK!
ooxTanriWG j
A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE HAWAIIAX 18
LAWBS. TTTEIR-HARBORS, AGBICCLTtRAL
RESOfRCKS, PI.AJ.TATW.NS, SJCEJrERY.
VOLCASOES, CLIMATE, POPULATION,
AWD COMKEBCE : with
perism and compulsory education, but does not
in tbe least care what particular ornament was
discovered on the rases last dug op at Pompeii.
Wby should he pretend to do so T He can easily
ret introductions to native reformers, who will
show bim bow tbe poor are boosed and lake bim
to as many schools and prisons as be iikes to in
spect. Another may care more for a beetle or a
butterfly than for the most hardened criminal or
tbe most illiterate peasant ; bat be, too, by tbe
operation ot the same law, will probably confine
his attention to early Italian reliefs and Etruscan
inscriptions. Of all tbe
SENSELESS AND PROVOKINO PEOPLE,
Who travel, middle-class Englishwomen of a cer
tain age are perhaps the chief. One always feels
ashamed of them out of theirown country. They
can be readily recognized abroad by their dress.
It is either dopdy, outre, or the ngliest develop
ment possible to imagine of tbe reigning fashion.
1'hey seem to think anything good enough in
which to travel, yet they have twice as much lag
gage as the Frenchwoman, who olways looks so
neat. They drive their husbands or fathers crazy
with the number of their botes, yet never seem
uble to extract from their depths anything in
which they are fit to be seen. I bey travel id a
blue serge costume of the tigliest possible shade
of color. It is trimmed with quantities of thick
heavy braid, wbicb is always getting torn, and
hanging off in untidy loop9. They wear brown
hats, with feathers that hare long ceased to show
the slightest inclination to curl. Tbey buy hide
ous hoots with elastic sides, whicb are so uncom
fortable that tbey are obliged to lake them off in
the railway carriage, and cannot get them on
uguin wben I hey arrive at their destination. Tbey
will not provide themselves with a couple nf white
dressing gowns, which are easily washed, and de
lightful to put on when tbey arrive hot and tired.
They appear on Sundays and at the table d'hvte
in an old crushed black silk, and, perhaps, tb-at
hurror of horrors, a while Uaribaldi. They have
their reward in feeling undeniably respectable.
They are proudly conscious that they look like
nothing bat Englishwomen, and with this con
sciousness they are more than satisfied. They
are most careful to whom they speak, and think
everything to which they are unaccustomed, ex
traordinary and contemptible. Tbey ludle out
Ruskin diluted in tepid water, and read Mrs. Ja
mison at great length before pictures at whicb
tbey bave no time to look. Tbey will not kneel
down in a Roman Catholic Church, though they
bave gone to hear Muss, nor will they bow po
litely to the benighted foreigner who is so foolish
as to lake off his bat when he passes them on the
staircase. They retnrn to their native country us
narrow, as ignorant, and as prejudiced as when
ihoy left a, but more unbearable, for they have
added the conceit of travel to their otber disa
greeable qualities. Tbey complain of discomforts
whicb they might easily have uvoided by a little
forethought and common sense ; they grumble at
mistakes which only occurred because they were
unpurdonably ignorant of even that small quan
tity of French which will carry one anywhere on
tbe Continent.
When a large party intend to travel together, it
will
SAVE MUCH TROUBLE AND FATIGUE
If a couple of the most capable are told off. one
to see after ihe engaging of rooms, tbe other to
order tbe food required. When a connlry party
arrive late at a hotel, cold and tired, or hot and
tired, as the case may be. it is distressing to see
how long they often take to muke ap their minds
what they will bave lor supper. Tbe weakest and
most starving have to wait for tbe rest, liutsee
a pair of Frenchmen in a similar case. They or
der provisionally at once the inevitable omelette.
A He andeau cold from tbe table d hote helps
them on. Cheese, salad, fruit and some biscuits
finish a very sufficient repast, before their Eng
lish fellow-travelers hare spelled out half the carte.
We may wonder how foreigners can be content
to live under ' such a Government," but they may
well wonder how we can continue to exist with
out finding out bow to feed ourselves,
President tirant.
- IxlX Index,
-AND
REFERF.XECEM TO XKARl.T TWO HI ST
TIRED ToDlcs of lntrmrt. or Dl&rM ti tw vMU in
I IDAS Group.
This Really Valuable Hand-Book,
CONTAINING 144 PAGES,
Should be in the Possesion
OF
Every one intending to visit this Group, or
seeking information about the Islands.
It gives just the information want
ed by tourists and immigrants,
vith cost of
TrmreUBf, Living, Lands Ac.
1 Price Siixity cts.
Railed to any parte of the r rated States or Europe,
For 75fts., Full Postage Prepaid.
ADDRESS:
B. SrwHTTaTJCT. Honolulu.
WHITE St BACER, San Frahctacc
GORDON A GOTCH, Sydney, S. 8 W
25,000 China Bricks.
E1XTBA SIZE. WILE I. AT A BO IT SO PER
BJS eeat sre than California brick, received per bark
Kvlk, and for sale by
nayll,lSTS. BOLLRSacO.
Greenbacks Wanted,
ajR WHICH THE infiHERT PRICE WILL
Mr be paU. at the Bookstore of H. R. WHITNEY,
Neil to Ton Office.
Jooquin Miller, in the .New York Independent
give.-, the following sketch of bis interview with
the President :
Armed with a newspaper and cigar I lay in am
bush for the ('resident iu one of tbe little canvas
shades by the roadside, along with a crowd ol
pleusure seekers, nntil nearly five o'clock, when
some one at my side said, qiietly :
" TI1KKK GOES THE PKBSIDFNT."
Perhaps it was uu old affair with the others ; bul
there was no commotion, no expression of good
or ill whatever if 1 may except the little boy on
the grass at the outside of ibe awning, who fil
liped a peunut-shell ufier the little one-horse Open
carriage as it whirled ul n good puce up the long,
level roud.
lie hud passed within a few paces of us. In
fact, I had been looking at bim for half a minute
before I knew that this wus the President of the
nighty Republic, and tbe great captain that the
world was in a roar of admiration over only a few
years ago. The face is a great face. There is uo
doubt of that whatever. It is made up of sav
age strepgth and gentleness together. To get
back to the subject. The President was driving
alone, holding tbe reins in a safe-careless fashion,
us if be were used to them, aod now and then lift
ing bis bat to the right and left whenever there
was any recognition or demonstration whatever,
and ! believe invariably to tbe ladies whom he
met driving down the beach. In tbe little knot
of people with whom I happened to be sitting I
saw bdt one hat touched. I afterward discovered
that this only gentleman of our group was tbe
French barber.
Perhaps I bad as well say it hem as anywhere,
that I do think the American bas less politeness
in bis make-op save perhaps on the Pacific
Coast and the luriher South, where there is a
sprink'ing of Luin blood than any other human
being that is civilized enough to wear a bat.
A man iu the plainest black a very broad
shouldered strong-built man melted away in ih
crowd of carriages of the line, und I. for the first
limein my life had seen a President ol my country.
Dogs horses, whisky-bottles all that picture wai
demolished. I even looked in vain for tbe cigar
aa he drove back by os. after half an hour, lor it
was not. Yet I afterward noticed, not toeotar
into detail about trifles, that the cigar is the rule
when driving. The sandy board is a bit gray ;
hair, thick and black ; ibe face full, and the very
picture of health and composure, and the man
may safely count on a quarter of a century of rest
upon earth after his retirement.
How we met. how I came to be so honored a.
to sit with the great Captain and talk with him
under his roof, of lands.and scenes we were equally
familiar with iu Oregon, and all that, would tm very
interesting indeed. Bul her? I shall draw the
line. The man's cotiasss is bis ess lie. and ii shall
nqt be'ioraded. " All the pIeaashr'liLrhj thing,
th it passes under the President's roof are sacred.
But tbe satisfaction that I fell on finding this man
one of
TBS SIMPLEST AND 6TKCKRSST, THE PUREST AND TBI
. . BEST I . :
Of men, I cheerfully share with yoa who have
pride and patriotism to glory in oar country 'a re
nown, sod tbe honor and the good name of her
great men.
It hsa been my fortune daring tbe psst five
years to meet with in one way and soother, sboot
all the beads of the great powers of tbe Old World,
sod I am free to say that I saw nothing there
more coortly aod decorous, and at the same time
simple and manly, than ibe bearing and behavior
of the President of the United Stales, wbo, I am
informed, bas still fur the first time to visit
" Grant's nscs-Usck." Mine was oot a hurried
visit at all, bat extended over some time at Long
Branch, and. if Ibis man's every-day life is any key
to his character, the country ought to count itself
very proud, indeed, of Ibis figure for its gallery.
I am perfectly aware, however, that I know noth
ing at all about the political life of the great cap
tain, and it is possible that be is even as great a
failure as an administrator as was tbe Dake of
Wellington. I can only say to my people of ibe
great West, wbo have oot an opportunity to see
the man as he is, or bis life and surroundings,
ibat tbey most journey far before they find a
Simpler, a more gentle and refined little household
than that wbicb our President rule over in the
cottage at Long Branch. In his domestic admin
istration he is certainly a success, and a kinder fa
ther is not to be found. I take tbe responsibility
of phrophesying that this will be the verdict ol
time upon his administration of tbe affairs of the
common State, also. Gainsay it wbo will.
Making- Towns Attractive.
Mr. Henry B. Bowen delivered a brief, practi
sal and soggestive address at the Woodstock
Fair, in Connecticut, tbe other day, closing as
follows :
' The time is cornini;, and is not far distant,
when the people io all these New Fnglaod lowos
and villages will organize and go systematically
und joyfully to work iu making public improve
ments. Those places which move tbe soonest
will reap the earliest and greatest renown, for
they will gain in population the refined, the most
enterprising and wealthy, and make permanently
secure their prosperity. . 'ealestute will increase in
value, tuxes will decrease because of the increased
value of property and of population, and every
body will be made happier and better by the
chunge. Il is time to think nf tbe improvement
of your public streets and highways. It is time
to think ol sidewalks and shade trees along
all your highways, of public parks and fountains,
of bathing-houses and boat-houses, ol flowers and
shrubbery of grading and levelling, of doing
everything io your power to muke all these beauti
ful bills and valleys bod and blossom as the rose,
and be mure and more your pride and joy. In
this good work yoa must be united, harmonious,
and persevering, and the blessed yearly invest
ment of time ind money you will make will pay
you a dividend every day the year round and
all your life long, and thousands shall share in
yoar inveslmestmeal when you are dead aud for
gotten. Let every, woman, und child do some
thing in this mutter, and do it promptly. You
can at least plant an elm or a rose bush every
year, and you will not bave lived eniirely iu vain.
A single word mure under this bead. I hope
the time will speedily come wben it shall be called
a punishable offence for uny mam to make the
public highway a depository forull his old broken
carts und stone heaps, and old rubbish from bis
garret and barn, from cellar and door-yard. Sach
action is harmful, demoralizing, aud 4 public
nuisance, and il should be rigidly prevented and
forbidden. Yoa have the power thus to do, 1
hope yoa will bave the disposition to enforce it.
It is for the public good that this should be done.
anil thitt i. Min an,,nh A n,l I, .. r... . f t . r if
a man wants a nuisance, let him have it at bis
own door-vard, where be can sua it, ponder over
it. and smell it every day, all by himself. Those
towns and villages will most prosper wbicb fast
est multiply their local attractions. You willall,
of course, vote for schools, churches and work
shops, and this is right, but you must march be
yond these points as fast as you can with a pro
per regard to other duties. Look oui for public
i list i in t ions and endow them . Look ont for your
streets und highways und improve them. Make
your town and home more and more beautiful
every year. Yoar hearts will be raude better,
und yoar souls will be tidier for so doinrr. Pardon
this friendly criticism, and accept my best wishes
for your continual prosperiiy."
i
Health .f otes.
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED!
Ex "Clara Bell," f4Mary Belle Roberts;1 aod "CeyloD1
Household Furnishing Goods, Namely.
Champion Ice fream fieeacrs.
at Ilk BotMra. njrasar una Flaws
Praoaed saucepan.. Boand BoOera,
Milk Strainers, cullender. Preserve Settles.
Gem Pans, Drlnklns (Tip.. Grocer's ScoafM.
Pierced Ladles, Hklanmrr.. Bunt! ana.
HbaUow and Deep .ewpana. Soap IMtles,
CSkepans. Deep and shallow Ftvpan,
Toted scalloped Utkepans. ice Tsssjs,
Pie Plates. Bread and (Ut. Boxes,
Rna-ae Boaea. Vatcb Safe. SJSJIssasSj
DMIpani, Metal Hooped Sieves.
fvered Pail..
rssB1 lH 8
Handled I
Toilet "eta, fast uatna. sork aad spoon Rose.
Caah Roses. Bird Cases aad 1 1 001. Neata Traaka,
Tea aad CbSJta Canatster.. Orslera, Nurse '-mfs
Knife Travs, chamber Paua, Tinned MUk ISaa,
Gravy BIssSiiis, P111ISS11 Pass, Bats Psas,
Coffee Mills, Something; Hew !
And superior to any now la ass,
Pol lab I us: I row. far Eanstalsrr Csss,
IVsnSlssr BeUiasr S. 4 x In.
Downer's Kerosene Oil t
Fresh Irons take Hsusntatnrsnrs,
Zinc and Wood Wank Boards, rtliHSaB Pass,
Platform anil Counter Scales.
pSwaajtassSns" st,-l ,!,.. sliovelsnd 1'jrln.
Paris Plow Handles, Beam a Foots, Eagle Plows. Handles. Ream, a Points, Charcoal Irons, Aa, Hay C niters.
Ox Bowea. Gardea Haw, Patent Ht Trans, Ax Handles,
Orfnd Stones snd Ftxtores, Horse and Mule Shoe. Hors Nails,
Boat Nail. Cut Nails, Wrot' Naiia. Boat Plveta. Boat Hlveta.
OaTVsJJ. Ialne of BiiUdex
Ilarclwaro,
Paints. Oils. Varnishes. Toapentlne, Brashes, all kinds. Brooms. Sj Patent Axles, Steel sad Ins,
Common Axles, steel and Iron, Carrlace sprtnea, Bolts, Ac. Ac. Ac.
All the above Goods and a great many more xehicK titne and space viU not permi
its to mention,
Can be had from the Undersigned at satisfactory Prices.
Call and examine for yourselves.
r"- 3m DILLINGHAM A Co.
PHILADELPHIA
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort t Merchant Sta.
THE UNDERSIGNED
HAS JUST RECEIVED
For 33. O. MUHHAY,
THE MOST COMPUTE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies1, Misses1 and ChilJren's
Costom-Made, Extra tine and Medium Quality
Soots dSs StlOCS
Ever otTered la UoaoJolu.
S"3" IRA RICHARDSON.
C. BREWER CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
Per Bark. CEYLON
From Dr. Hall's Maxims. 1
We breathe iu sleep about fifteen limes every
minute.
If the bowels are loose lie down in a warm bed.
remain there, aud eat nothing umil you lire well.
Do not allow yourself 10 read a moment in
any reclining poiilion, whether in bed or on a
sofa.
Never swallow an atom of food in a passion,
or if under any great menial exuiteuieil. whether
of a depressing or elevating character ; brutes
won't do it.
The importance or wholesome water and good
sewerage to every single dwelling cannot be
over-estimated, and any city neglecting this vitul
matter must expect 10 suffer at ull times, and
particularly when aa epidemic of any kiud sweeps
over tbe country.
To be able 10 lie down at night and fall to
sleep in ten minutes, and to know 00 dream or
'Waking until the morning comes, and then to
bound out of bed full of health, freshness, and
good humor, is a blessing well worthy the warm
est natgusnings of a thankful heart towards Him
who givelb as all things rich to enjoy.
Tba great regnlator of sleep U exercise ; it is
the best anodyne in the universe, and is the only
one that is always safe, always efficient, and al
ways wholesome and natural. If you cannot lake
much exercise, take a little, and every second
hour increase the distance, and soon yoa will be
able to walk a mile mors easily than you walkeJ
Ibe first hundred yards.
If an action of the bowels does not occur at
tbe usual hour, eat not an atom culi! they do act,
at least for thirty-six hoars ; meanwhile drink
largely of cold water or hot tea. and exercise in
tbe open air to the extent of a gentle perspiration
and keep this ap until things are righted ; this
one suggestion, if practiced, would save myriads
of lire, ever, ver both it h- ritr and connlry.
knowles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
WILL RECIIVE
Por Syron from Soaton
OP THE
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM NO. 2 TO 6,
4JTO .OE RfitnV TO RECEIVE OUDEIM
for any of the pumps of this make to he forwarded
overland If necessary
BOILER FEED IT MI'S,
SYRl'P PIMPS.
Ills TH.I.CItV IT MI'S.
VACl l'M PIMPS.
Pumps ror Hot or Cold Water, Malt Water
Pnnsps.
Price and other information f Iven by
1. C. BREWER Jl CO., Agents.
BBMasnnBBssHtCsnnBnBaSk wSEr
Just Arrived from Boston.
ASUS CI MBERL.WD COAL,
SEW BEOFOalO OIL SHOO it a.
BLACK PAINT.
BARRELS ROSIX.
lU'li lis and SPOKES.
SWEDISH IROS.
Refined Iron, Bound and Flat!
Sew Bedford Pilot Bread In Castas,
Parker House Soups, Rant's Axes.
Iron Huhn Wheelbsrrows,
Leather Bel tins. RJv.ta sari arses,
Xln1rlei- Paokino; J
FENCE WIRE, Noa. 9 1 9,
M.. Il, In .
Brass Wire Selves,
Cedar Boat Boards,
Best Caustic
NEW GOODS!
Just Received by
AFONG & ACHUCK,
PUR BARK
Bdward Jamos!
ARRIVED
FROM HONGKONG!
MILK !
MILK! MILK!
FROM THE
WEIL-KNOWN PUIM DAIRY !
THE I XnF.RNHw VF.D If VI Vf. PI R.
rhumd tbe well known herd of 1VIM 1 r Vi
Oows from Mr. J. Ilkhirdnfl. and .Am,
having .fejjcd u lanrt atauwn a the Puaatti itUk. Ranch,
he is prepared to farnLi to c aslo roe rs
PURE FRESH NIK, III QUANTITIES TO SUIT !
At Six Cents per Quart.
Full measure raaranteed, and d-ltvered in tbe morning
f and aftsruusa.
ear To lanre customers, sach a Hotel and Restaurant
keepers. Ships or War, Ac , he wlU make special contracts
at LOW PKICeVS.
Order dven to Jolt n a lio bas cnarxi of in Milk Vaa.
or left st the InterriationaT Hotel, will he promptly stten J-
edto. It. Smj AKO0. Proprietor.
BALTIMORE 0Y3TER3.
TIBESII FROM THE FaCTORY OF lAM in
.M-veiur
aosen sach SOO Dosen
ssj rai low by rH
In on aad two pnnd cans.
SOLUM CO.
White fc Colored K it tun Matting,
miittinrr. Rattan Chairs,
Manila Rope, Peanut Oil,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea. Basket Tea,
China Elamn, 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,
Dried Ligee, Dried Dates,
Gold''fc Silver Jewelry,
Tortoise Shell & Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen & Ladies Paty Hats,
China Brick Sc Side-walk Stones
DIXOLE AND DOUBLS
SUGAR MAT BAGS
AND
A Great Variety ot
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Too numerouto inrntlou.
FOR SALE BT
AFOW k ACHUCBs
552 f Nuuariu .-itreet, mar King.
B. H. Lyons' Compound
FOR THE WORST
CHRONIC OR RECENT DISEASES,
VIZ:
Rheumatism, Keorslgis, dor, dears, Eruptions.
Skin Disess, Female Irrerslarities sad tisn
rsl Debility, Asthma, Diseases of th
Throat, Liver asd Kidneys.
PURIFYING THE BT-OOD !
Bj giriog Health sad Tons to th dsstris JsJsst.
CASES
J5J
DOWSER'S KEROSENE
SHOOKS.
OIL. PI.VB
3a
LUMBER!
LUMBER, LUMBER,
ALL SORTS, SIZES & DESCRIPTIONS
See Directions for Using
B. H, LYONS' FLUID COMPOUND.
(MLLsVGHtM at fa., t,ent.
FOR SALE.
Pilot I
CHEAP.
r a a.
Damaged Bread,
0004 tor Chicken Feed, aa, Be.
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of tbe Best Quality
Cot 'Jp if rtair"!.
Curb stones.
JAB. I. DOWSETT,
an ConwrQsssn aas FsrtatrMavfe
BUILDING MATERIALS !
IT
The Yard and on the Wharf!
coMPRianro
3or'West Scaitliis, Tmhtr !
PLANS, BOARDS,
Battens,
Flooring.
Laths
Pickets, Ac.
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
Plank, Boards,
Battens, Flooring,
Moulding, Pickets,
Laths, Posts,
Wainscotting,
&c.. ko Ac,
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles.
White Pine Boards,
Doors, R. P. lmo.,2mo.,&Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLASS,
Wall Paper and Border.
; In Largs Vartetr.
PAINTS, OILS. TURPENTINE. VARNISH.
Palat and Whitewash Braakea,
Locks, Hinffea,
Butts, Bttnwt,
Sash Wtsfftta Lin
A I PUULOA SALT. ETC.. ETC
GOODS DELIVERED II TOWI F8E Of UUKL
SI
At SB Part Ii
Contract. -m
WILDER & CO.,
' 3n Cmurr Fort and Qnstn Brest-
INK? INK!!
J T RECEIVED PBS) SI MUMI. A 1ST
of Stephen's ALACK wmitjo IX X, tsa'jsnsns
oOkrsd In to asitsl far ssi. r
a-ias BT. X. WBiTHal

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