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A I.I. THAT IK Hlql IR! I TO VISIT. ANY ME OF
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to In the cut : drive It sharply Into the aronnd
phtce, or near It ontil the earth stick In tbe
drop It on The (ymnnrt Blilea lw. holding the
earth mill fall out. THY THEM I
We also Offer For Sale,
Mar Moline Plow. Amen' Plow. I"rl How, Harrow., cuttrvarnra
Champ""" Moolnr Machine, i.nr.lin lli. Hs.SI If Hoes, Oruh Hoes
lick Axe, lick Mattiwkf. 11. Shovel,.. Siade. : Wood. Iron and Steel,
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O T X I. i : R Y !
Seines and Twines, Fish Hooks and Lines
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WED1TESDA Y. A UGUST 2.
The Custer Massacre A Desperate Battle.
The Flra I nil nnd Reliable
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OFFER FOE SALE
BY LATE ARRIVALS FROM BOSTON! Reciprocity Prices!
The Following Assortment of
Anchor. SPA to lOfriilbs,
LatllKr Belting, I to 6 in. Oak Tanned,
lii.ie Jam and Bale of Rope,
Boat, snorted Styles,
1 I Lance .
Cm. Kairen. Cltivatorr,
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Copper Pant . Canal Barrow.
Cumberland Coal in Casks
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FIRE CUT. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS I
1 Bone !tweT for Sawing Wood.
FiaAtcra Hoes. 11 av Cutter,
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Yellow Pine Well Seasoned
Ye'. Keu . If :t 2f .
Plow vanouf style, and sixes.
Pail 2 Hoop,
American Prints Desirable Styles!
Besc Quality Rosin.
Tarts Island Salt in Oak Barrels
Sort Painted Tab.
Casks of ECC COAL!
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Ever Offered in this Market,
Tea Sets, Each Four and Six Pieces,
OFFER I K.VS. C H l RECRITBRS,
(tbad and (nit,)
QoMet A Cups, pilt
Suitable for cbilddrcn.
Ex Favorite, From Victoria ;
W' EarreH Twer River Salmon,
2? Half Bmrre.r Frmxer Hirer Salmon,
Kvery Barrel in Perfect Order and,
FOB SALE AT A VERY LOW FIGURE,
Eastern Pine Sugar Shocks !
WILL EE SOLD
A: Ittyr Vto Titan Erer Before Offer
erf h TJU Market
These Shooks are Thoroughly Seasoned
And oSrt aivar.tapt f crer all other.
SOLD IN THIS MARKET :
Boldinr a larfrr c,uantitr of .npar. jaininc from
i i- -e- : : t- cei.t w eTTinr up requinr.p
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lyroices or wmca are expected
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Lime and Cement,
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One Handsome Epergne,
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We have also on hand.
Roger Fine Triple Plated Forks, Spoons and
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Comprising orer one hundred and fiftj different
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rtTT Dim' Painkiller.
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no:.: t - CO.
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IM BOUJaS at CO.
HAS J U!sT KECK1VED
For 3D. C. MURRAY,
THE MOST COMPLETE SSORTMET OF
Ladies, Misses' and Children's
Custom-Made. Eitra Fine and Medium Quality
Boots cfe? Slices
Erer offered in Bonolnln.
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Loral rap Paper 14 and 16 In, to the nun.
tsroM and narrow bhi Iapera.
Fine Ruled Letter Paper.
Commercial and French Ruled Note Paper.
lAdlos Baronial PPT and Rnrelopea, (new stylea.1
Idiw White and Pink Initial Paper and Envelope
Ladle' Plain White Initial Paper and EneeJonra.
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Im H. It. WHITNEY.
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A LARGE VARIETY. AXD TO BE HAD AT
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H. 11. WHITNEY
CmrACO, Jnly 7. The Times' Bismarck spfc
in! gives the fuliuwing purlicalars of the Custer
In a recent !i. patch I inrnrmed von that Cas
ter expected to utrike the'Indians and give them
buttle on the 2-ltli, as Mated. He left the mouth
of the Koeliud on the 22J with twelve compu
tes of the Fifth Cuvalry, striking ihe trail where
Reno left it, leading in the direction of the
Little Hon, n brunch of the Hip Horn. On tbe
evening of the 24th the scouts reported fresh
truiR and on tbe morning of tbe 25lh discovered
tin Indian village twenty miles above the inoulh
of tbe Little Horn, about three miles long half a
mile wide, fifteen miles uway. Custer pushed his
men rapidly, though they had made a long march,
seven! y-eighl miles, in the iweuty-four bouiim.
mediately preceding the liatilo.and when near the
village struck on abandoned " tepee." while the
Indians were movine in hot haste, as if in retreat.
Reno with seven companies of the Seventh Cav
alry was ordered to the left to attack the village
at its bead, while Coster with five companies,
went to the right and commenced a vigorous at
tack. llenn felt of them with three companies of cav
alry ami wu almost instantly tnrrounded. and af
ter iin hour or more of desperate fighting during
which he lost Lieutenants Hodgsun and Mcin
tosh. Dr. DeWolf and twelve men with several
Indian scouts and many wounded, be at last cut
his uy through the Indians and crossed the riv
er and gained a bluff 30U feet in hisrbt. where he
intrenched, anil vvus soon joined by Col. Henluti
with the other four companies of his detachment.
In the meant. the Indiuns resumed the attack
which bad abated in vigor for an hour or so, mak
intf repeated desperate charges, which were re
puised Willi great slaughter to the Indians. Tbey
gained a higher oliifi. however, than the one oc
cupied by Reno, and as their arms were of longer
range than those of tho cavalry, they kept up a
calling fire until nightfall. Duiing the night
Reno strengthened his position and was prepared
(or the attack which was renewed at daylight.
Custer was surrounded on every side by the
Indians, and his men nnd horses lell us ihey fought
on the akirnlrjl line or in ihelinu ol batile. Cus
ter was umong the last to fall, but when hii
cheering voice was no longer to be heard the In
dians made easy work of tbe remainder of his
men. The bodies of all. savo the Tribune cor
respondent alone, were stripped and most of them
horribly mutilated. Custer's body was not mutilated-
He was shot through the body uud the
head. Kellogg lay as he feli ill the field, undis
turbed. Perhaps the Indians, who hud learned
to tear and respect Custer, had also realized the
power of the lead pencil, and hud come to respect
those who wield it.
The village numbered 1800 lodges and many
willow tepees had been added within a lew days.
It is believed by those who fought that the wai
riors must have numbered 4000. Jen. Terry feels
deeply tbe loss, and feels the more keenly as
Cen. Custer was directed to find and feel the In
dians, but not to fight them unless Geo. Terry
arrived with infantry and Gibbon's column. He
had uirauged to reach the mouth of the Liltlu
Horn on tbe evening ol June 2Gth, when Custer
was to communicate with him uud be governed
by his directions in the fight to follow. Custer
attacked on the 25th, nnd ufler one hour's fight
ing, no man of those who fought so gallantly was
left to tell the tale. Gen. Terry has submitted
through Col. Smith his plan of campaign to Geo.
Sheridan, and the nction to be taken will depend
on the answer given. Meanwhile Terry will
await supplies of provisions and clothing, of
which his command is nea'ly destitute.
The names of all the officers killed or wounded
are given below. The casualities foot up 2til
killed and f2 wounded. Thirty-eight of the
wounded were brought to Fort Lincoln, and the
remainder, excepting the three wbo died, were
cared for on the field. Charley Reynolds was
also killed. Reynolds, with Kellogg. De Woll.
Reed. Boston Custer and Lord were the only
citizens k illed .
As the day wore on, Reno had lost in killed
and wounded a large portion of his conimond
forty odd haviug been killed before the bluff was
reached, many of them in hand to hand conflicts
wiln the Indians, who outnumbered tbem ten to
one, and his men have been without water for 36
hours. The appeals of the wounded for water
was heartrending, while the others were almost
exhausted, in many instances iheir tongues pro
truding from their mouths, and few could speak
aloud. Tbey tried to eat crackers bul could not
moisten them, while the grass blades which some
ale to give relief clunf; to their parched lips. In
this state of affairs they determined to gain wa
ter at ull hazards, and Col. Benton made a rally
with bis company and routed tbe main portion of
the enemy, who were guarding the approaches to
the river lo which tbe soldiers ventured to go
with camp kettles and canteens for water. The
Indian sharpshooters were nearly opposite tho
muuth of . the ravine through which the brave boys
approached the river, bat the attempt was made,
and though one man was killed and seven wounded
the water was gained and the comunnd relieved.
When the fighting ceased for the night, Reno
caused his animals to be likewise relieved, and
further prepared lor the attack which he knew
would be resumed the next morning. The offi
cers and men kept in good heart bul all wondered
whal bad become of Custer. There had been 48
boars of fighting and no word from their beloved
commander. Twenly-fuur hoars more of fighting
and suspense ensued, when the Indians abandoned
tbe village in great coufusion, llieD Reno kuew
Custer was near.
Gen. Terry with Gibbon's command and his
owu infantry hud arrived, and as the commands
in arms met strong men wept on the necks of
each other. After congratulations to ihe gallant
commander for his successful defence, inquiries
were made lor Caster, but Done could lull. Soon
an officer came rushing iulo camp and related
that he bad found Custer dead, stripped naked,
but oot mutilated, and near him his two brothers,
Col. Tom and Boston Custer, his brolherin-law.
Col. Calhoun and nephew, Col. Vales, Col. Kc
ogh, Capt. Smith, Lieut. Crittenden, (son of Gen.
Crittenden). Lent. Storgis (son of Geo. Sturgis).
Col. Cooke, Iieut. I'orler, Lieut. Harrington.
Br. Lord, (the Bismarck Times' reporter, the
only correspondent with the expedition), and 190
men and scouts. Custer went into battle with
companies C, L. I, F and of the Seventh Cav
alry, tbe staff and the non-commissioned staff of
his regiment, and a number of scoots, and only
ono Crow scout remains to tell the tale.
The following dispatch was received at the
Wur Department :
To Gen. K. D. Townsend, Adjutant General :
Capt. Smith of Gen. Terry's staff, telegraphs Irom
Bisotarck as follow :
Gen. Caster. Cnpts. Caster. Keogh, Yates and
Cook. Lieuts. Smith. Mcintosh. Calhoun. Hudson,
Reilly, I'orler. Slnrgis aod Crittenden are killed.
Lieut. Harrington and Surgeon Lord are missing;
261 dead have been found, and 52 woonded
A. C. Dm-. A. A. 0.
Chicaoo, July 15th. A Times' Bismarck spe
cial says : The impression prevails here that the
military authorities do not realize tbe work
they have to do. The Indians in tbe hoatile
camps are believed to number at least 10.000. and
while there are many women and children, nearly
all of these are effective in a campaign. There
are certainly from 5000 to 7000 Indians who can
aod will fight ontil subdued, and tbe fate of Cas
ter should be a warning that tbey intend to make
thorough work, aod bare confidence in their abil
ity to do it.
There are less than 3000 troops all told operat
ing against the Indians, aod nearly ball of these
are need in guarding wagon trains or suppply de
pots. There seems to be a dispositioo oo the
part of each command to win glory for itself with
out the aid of co-operoting forces. Until more
effective measures are taken you may look for
continued disaster or an abortive campaign.
Col. Burke, Indian Agent at Standing Rock,
writes that there can be no peace antil the hos
tile bands are broken and subdued, that the most
horrible crimes mey be committed under the noses
of the Agents or the military, and a moment af
terwards the perpetrator is on hia way to tbe bos
tiles, where, being desperate, be becomes the
bravest of the brave. The hostiles are rich in
plunder, ticb in horses, and rich in the Iruils of
the chae,atid each Indian post and trading agency
becomes to them a liase of supplies, which they
have abundant mean- to obtain. Sac. Union.
Hatting, Hatting. Hatting!
Cheap as the Cheapest,
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worL, and Is every way a
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known, anu will last at least twice aa long,
t-'or Wagons, Acriculturad Implements, Boat nnd
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Tbe Kubber I'alnt dries wild a gloss equal to varnUh,
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not crack or peel off, and la therefore admirably adapted
for bouse i-.i: : i. - in this cltmale.
In addition to the above it Is the
Cheapest Paint ever imported here!
Hample ranis of different shades to be seen at the office
of the agent.
For side In quantities to suit purchaser.
Orders from the other Island solicited, especially from
those who intend repainting their dwellings.
W. C. Irwin & Co.,
3m -GOO stole Agents for the Hawaii Island.
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Atnoskeag Bro. Drills, Amoikeag Blue Drill, .
Fine and Medium White Flannel,
One Case of those Superior G. 8. ttleaehed Cottons.
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
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C. S. Spades, Shovels, Scoops and Rakes,
Handled Axes, Hatchets Shingling and Axe patter?
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Saih Cord. Syringes, Mucilage, Horse Cards,
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T Hinges ii to 14 in.. Tinned Tacks 0 to M in.
W. W., Paint, Shoe, Scrub and Varnish Brushes,
Self Heat Irons, Mason's Blacking,
Com Starch, Whiting, Metallic Paint,
Snow White Zinc, Eastern Brooms, Patty,
A large Assortment of Chimneys, Common, Clipper,
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Lanterns, Kerosene Wicks, Ae.
A few dozen of the best Patsnt Glass Preserving Jars,
Tin: m il rn i r
Has accumulated to such an extent per the Steamer
Citv of San Francisco f
Thnt It needs
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Oregon Dried Apples. Oregon Hami
Fresh Sainton, 1 sad 1 lb. tins,
. Pilot Bread.
Also, on hand,
Paris, Eagle 2 and 20, and Clipper Plows,
Cultivators, Ilorte Hoes. Cannl Barrows,
Cane Kniros, Scythes and Snaitbs, Ac.
Cut Nails 3d to 60d, Cut Spikes & to 8 inch.
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CASTLE & COOKE.
Tliis Elea-Jiiit Stock
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Ladies' Riveted Sole Leather Trunks,
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THIS REKF.DY W AS ORtCSITATalaY PIIK
SHRIRED by an eminent physician for a case ot
Propsy in Mrs JTunfs family. John Hunt, aged about 45,
of a stout and plethoric tiahlt, was seized with a sudden
attack of general dropsy, which In a few days threatened
his life. The ordinary remedies had all proved .neiUca
clous, and under their use the patient was fast falling Into
an alarming state. The dropsy was general and extensive,
leg swelled to an enormous Ie and the water Increasing
rapMiy H- was entirely unable to He down In bed, and
was forced to remain night and day In a sitting posture.
This state of things continued until by the advice of the
physician alluded to. the present remedy was tried. In
consequence Of Its peculiar nature it wits necessary to pre
pare It with great care, and In order to Insure this It was
Intrusted to the family of Mr. II unt to procure and com
The n-medy area administered, and almost from the
moment of Its reception a decided Improvement became
manifest. The kidneys were Immediately atTected and
roused to action : the swelling of the legs rapidly subsided,
the lungs were freed and resumed their healthy and
urreeable action ; the flesh f: ' - resumed Its elastlcliy,
" raking " remaining, and he was rapidly convalescing,
when nnf.irtunately, prompted by this rapid Improvement,
be gave up the remedy for a short time.
It was unfortunate, for the curative process was ar
rested, the kidneys flagged In their nction, again becom
ing torpid, the water Increased with frightful rapidity
nd he soon again found himself In a very alarming state.
The remedy was again had recourse to, and by Its perse
vering use the disease was a second time subdued. Hot
thts was a most aggravated and severe case, and It tor.k all
the virtues of the Remedy, combined with care and time,
to eradicate the effects of the disease. Rut through a per
severing use of It a permanent cure was effected, and he
resumed his active out-of-door occupation, within a short
time, a well man
This was the manner in which the Remedy was brought
Into notice, and since then for a period of twenty five (25)
years the medicine has been prepared after the same ap
proved formula by Mrs. Hunt, nnd used by our first physi
cians In their private practice, for this and similar com
plaints. It has been well and favorably known and extsnslvehy
use sluced that time by al I classes, both with and without
the advice of physicians, and has been the means of saving
from a lingering nnd frightful dlsei.se. and untimely death,
many of onr most estimable ami well-known citizens.
The ?nly known Remedy for Blight's PUease, and has
cured every case of Dropsy In which It hits been
given; Irritation of tbe Neck of the Bladder Inllamatlon
of the Kidneys Ulceration of the Kidney ani Bladder
Diabetes. In Stricture .and for Knfeehled and Delicate
Constitutions of both sexes, attended with tbe fol
lowing symptons : I - of Power, Losa uf Me
mr.ry. Difficulty ot Breathing. Weak Nerves, Wakefulness,
Painful and Dragging Sensation In the Back or Loins,
Mushing of the Body, Eruptions on the Face, Pallid Coun
tenance, Lassitude of the System etc,
Has been before the public for more than twenty years,
and has been the means of saving from lingering and
frightful disease and untimely death hundreds of our most
estimable and well known citizens.
This Medicine was Never Known to Fail.
Price $ I .80 per Bottle.
ii i i ix. ii n ,v o.
5tt 3m Sole Agents for Hawaiian Island
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Consisting of -
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Olaaa Metal and i r Traveling Inkstands
Choke Wood and Pearl Office Inks lands.
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Letter Preaom. Mathematical Instrument,
arem Spectacle. Pocket Compssaw.
Cbes. Men. Domlnoe., Cnbnse Boards,
Children's Alphabet Blocks,
Eye Glasses, Reading Glasses.
Tortolae Pti.lt and Rnflalo-horn self.
Quill and Wood Tnr.tbplcka.
Pteel Pens Olllott's, Perry's and other makers,
. Crystal and IHainond robber,
Ivory Paper Knlre. and Kraaors,
Ink Extractcra and pounce.
Microscopes. Wood and Rubber Rulers.
WRITING DESKS, A FIRE ASSORTMENT
' mw All orders promptly tilled.
53 II- X. WH1TSKT.
California Beef in Bond.
RECEIVED FEB S.I BELLE BOBEBTB
Por al by (MI) BOIXX3 00
Importers and Dealers in
BUILDING MATERIALS I
Xor'West Scantling, Boards !
Tongued t Grooved, Surfaced,
Planks, Battens, Pickets !
U ia. X 4, tali nd Ixd, for
Scantling. Boards, Plank,
Battens 1x3, 1x4, l-?x3. and 1-2x2
Pickets Rough and Fjncy.
Surfaaed Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongued and Oruorod
TIMBER FOR SHIP USE
2x12 to iloxlS ;
Clear Nor'West. for Planter's Use
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California and Eastern Doors, ail sizes
SASH, all sixes ; BLIND, all sixes ;
WHITE LEAD and ZINC !
PAINT OIL A SMALL PAIST CHEAP.
Putty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 snjl 2,
Wall Paper and Border
Iron and Tinned Tacks,
Paint and Whitewash Brashe,
METALLIC AND FIRE-PROOF PAINT
H.HACKFELD t CO.
FOR S -A. L E !
Per Hawaiian 1 Bark Ka Mot !
M. RAKBMAXK, XAATKH.
Just Arrived from Bremen.
For Plantation or an; Other U,,
Butts and Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, Ac.
TV I LtS!
Salt in Quantities to Suit.
JUST ARRIVED, FROM ENGLAND.
PER KA MOi !
WHITE ENAMEL PAINT
MADE BY THE
Liverpool Silicate Paint Comp'y
ASII-EIUOK ARTICLE. BE A DY FOR
use, ailapted for
External or Internal Fainting
or HOCSE.S or Mini's, a preventive or the ravages or the
White Ant, and can be used equally well on Cement. Iron
or Zinc. (5913m) CAMTUS A CtMJKK.
Oregon Sugar Cured Hams.
RECEIVED Per ttnrk MATTIE MACLEAT.
rlftivn days from Portland, a lot at those splendid
Hams. For sale bx (M7j BOU.KS a CO.
GniSolt.KKl V. (UriSIIaii.l s Kl.l
Tlie Home Circle, toIs. I, 2 ami 3,
The silver Chord Musical Ocm,
The llano at Home Pianist's Alhum,
Pliino Forte Clemn The Musical Treasure,
(ems of JSiruusa Optra ItounV, 0
Tbe Qnc4ii at Home -Carmlna Sacra,
Richardson's Planu Forte Instructor,
And all the popular H. M. Juvenile tnne hooka, with
orer 200 pieces late music, vocal and InstrnmentaL
588 im ForSaloby H. M. WHITNEY.
JINK PADS, CHOCOLATE AND WHITI
AROUND PRINTS. MUfLINS.
Uorroeks. Long- Cloth. A 22 ia. A 31 la. B
rad H 3 in.
Tnrk.r Ret. Brown Cotton and Drill.
Bin. Cotton Drill. Tieki.a. Ili-korj Strips.,
Cotton Sheeting. 71. 8A, N. and IM ia.
Movquito Netting. W.t.r-proof Cloth.
Black and Colored Merinoa,
BI.ek Cobourgs and Italtaa Ota.
Bang., in all colors ; I. men.
Twilled Caaabr. and Silvi...
Black Lasting. Flax Padding,
Cotton and I. men Thread, whit., blank aad
brown, assorted n.asnwn,
Whit. A Brown Cotton Turkish Tow.l. Ao.
SIIaK FOr LARDS!
Lin.n and Cotton IIa.dk.rnbi.fs. whit, nasi
turkey rod ;
Tahl. Cloths, Ilea's Socks,
l..di.' Stooking. .. r'.il.
Whit, aad Brown C"ttun Cadsrcairta, aat
Wafer-proof and Flaaa.1 Shirts,
Black Lao Shawls. Silk CMbrellaa,
Plaida, Ponchos, Monkey Jackets.
FLANNEL SACKS AND PANTS,
Buckskin and Cloth Sack, and Paata,
Ao Aasortiu.ot of FINE SI ITS.
scarlet, green, blue and wbila) ;
White CoUuo Blanket. Ilortt) Blanket,
Light and Me.i-. v Burlaps,
Wi olpack, Sail Twim,
Rugi and Carpets,
Kubber tioud Garters, SunpenJerf, Htrdlaw
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridle, Bits, and Spare,
French and Herman Calfskia-a,
India Rubber Balls, F vat her DwatLwrs,
Blank Books, Blank Notes,
Oenuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such as Ear Kings, Brooch, A.
Harmonica, .waesa Kip.
London and Meerschaum Pip,
Genuine Eau de Cologne
Lubin s Extract's Swaps, Touth B
Pooket Knur., Scisaors, Charcot. Iron.
Washing Tub. 4.Jv. Buckets, IU and 12 m.
GERMAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Crushed Sugar. Sardines, !., at.
Wax Tapers, Camphor, Safetj Jkla.ch,
Whit. Zinc, Whit Lead. Uroaa aad BUak
Berlin Blue, llubbnek's Paiat Oil
w i Hi i : ii :
Johanniaberger. Licbfraaeami!sb, Claret.
Champagne, lleidsieck ', .
Sparkling Uock, qaari and pint.
FOB WHICH THE HK.III ST I'KK'F Will
be paid at the Bookstore of H. M. WBaTBBT,
444 Next to Pot Office.
Ox Bows, Ox Bows, Iron Ox Bows,
82 30 per Pair !
OVI PAIR WIIX LAST YKARM. BY I4
S i thse Bows a saving of 50 per cjnL la marie over
wood. Bows can be seen at
r. tj Orders from tbe other Islands attended to.
J. T. IIAYTKIt S, r:.lnn.lP.
590 tin Next Custom Hons.
It nowles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
For Byron from Boatton
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM NO. 2 TO 6.
AMI A BE It I till TO lilt lilt: .ill 111 It
for an? of the pumps or this make to b lorwante
overland II necenaarr
IIOII.KB FEED I'l HI'S.
SJYBI'P IM MIPS.
ins I'l i.i.i : it i im mips.
vach n im .tips.
Pntnp. fur Hot or 4'olU Water, Suit Water
Prices and other Information riven i,y
40J Jm C. BREWER 4k CO., Afenti
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, 4c ,
On the Island of Maui.
ALL PI RSIO'VS IIAVim 4TTI.K lirtRUE.
Ar..rraslnx on the Wallulco or WaikApnVnmmnri,.
are requested lo remove the same. If not rnmmtite. for on
or be lore the 1st (tar of June. l.?s. After said date all
cattle, Ar.. found trespassing wtli o. impnonrlM aeaataaaa
to law. All persons wnhlns; to run rnttl. Ate., on aald
common., can do so by applytna to.
IIK.NKV COHNWELL CO..
S. B. So drlvlnr florae. Cut. c. or branding al
lowed on Ud common without the pnnawJon of the !.!
Cornwell Jk Co., or their authorised agent..
w.iiokti, Mar a, ura, m am
From London Direct I
The Hawaiian Archipelago
BV.TIIMN is I I I. i III K IS.
' London. IsJ.V
assmrrLLv ru.crra.rsn wm
and a Large Map of the
Crater of Haleakala,
Thl. Work ewwtain. Ik asraat vivid descrip
tion or Hawaiian Hrmery that baa
Tar bee ambll.ai.a1, aa
akaaild bo la evrry
Thoie Wishing a Cop t should order at onee
Prioo Tour TJolIavrau
IM for gal, by H. M. WBiTataT
Columbia River Salmon!
JCBT BE4 T.ITED PER J. A. f ALKIXBCB.
In barrels sod half bamla. For sal. by
Ml C. BBBWBBBCO.
Key Brand, St Paul's, Laser Bott,
JeJrej ' At. A I'orter. Bav.riaa Btrr, qts a ala
Cornac Brandy, Ilia, As., Alcohol in Dnsij.bns
CIGARS - HAVANA A GERMAN
Fence Wir. Nos. 4. i aad .
C. C. Tin Plates, "b.l Ziae, Ke R.vrls,
Ualvanised Iron Pip.. ) ia. (ml la. 1, ia.
Babbitts Metal, lloop Iran. I. , , 1(.
Wrapping Paper. Horse Rope, hst
Cork,. Monldioa. Lookinc lilana A Ckrsaios,
Tumblers, Wat.r Monk..s.l!sskln.aACacb.
Ilemtjobas, j. I, IsnJ .rail-. .Market Basket.
. KEROSENE OIL,
Bireh Brno mi. irenf. Fire Clay. Fire Brtebs,
Slates, Barrel and Casks, Me., site
Orders from the older Maud-. Carelall;
From Hongkong Direct.
FIXE COSfTsXACT atATr7?0.
CHOICE OOLONG TEA,
'In nail hoseai,
."s. 9 nAii.LA civaas,
China Crockery and Tin are.
Lacquer Ware, Ivory Ware,
Lnntertie, Kflee, TUv-Crwrtomwa.
GINGER AND CHOW-CHOW
mic-KM. dfce. e..
POR BALC BT
CHULAN A Co.
on SOUBl A CO.
Per Ceylon. Direct from
mjaafALBBBBfl w ar.
n few um. or ta tm ,
r a, SAX
on an oo.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAT.
r ai.iforsji t atLTrat ai
ay cAunintiA rtrrAror:".
Kecved swr Murray, aad Asr sans by
an aoixjcs a to