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TJIE FOLL 0 1VJXG
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iEW GOODS 2 1 N E W GOOD S
From the A I
M'EDXESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1877.
per Hawaiian bark r. c.wylie! British Barqne Ganoma
One IlnniJred and Thirty-one DayS
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nrxiin rxrii:iLsicaxx:n xics to notify
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alteration locailtr. accea&ioiutT. etc.
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cost, and capacity, and amount of power famished by
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no ads and i.ui ixiis. liana ana estimates maoe
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He Is also prepared to give Instruction on tropical cultivation.
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Pacific Bul)l)er Paint Company's
The sulnoined ludicrous prodnclion, from
ihe Xcw York Times, is one of the best
burlesques on the " scientific method" that
have come under our notice, ine intent
geologists who construct elaborate theories
on eiccedinclr frail suppositions might well
bo extended to some learned professors in
other branches of science, who have rcarca
wonderful but substantial fabrics of appar
ent fact solclvfrora tho " scicntihc () uses
of their imaginations.?'
" A new and violent blow has lust been
struck at tho Mosaic account of creation by
tho discovery of an extremely important
fossil in n coOeo sack at Baltimore. In the
center of this 6ack was found tho skull of
a monkey. There can be no doubt as to
tho facts, uo coil co was ot tne variety
called Rio, and the skull was perfectly pre
served. Let us dwell for a littlo unon tho
meaning of this discovery as interpreted by
tho principles of geology. Tho coffee sack
was 12 (say 121) inches in diameter, and
four feet in height Tho skull, which lay
in tho 'middle of it, was thcreforo 2 feet bo
low tho surface. To suppose that it was
violent! v forced into the sack, after tho lat
ter was full, would bo eminently unscienti
fic Jo ono imagines that tho fossil birds
of the Old Red Sandstone dog down into
that locality through tho superincumbent
strata. Xothing is more universally con
ceded than that fossils aro always found
whero they belong. Tho animals whoso
remains wo find in the rocks of tho paleo
zoic, tho moso-Gothic, and tho Syro-Phce-nician
strata, bolong, respectively, to thoso
several svstems. 1 ho fossil monkey skull
was, therefore, deposited in tho cofleo sack
when tho latter was half fall, and the 2 feet
of cofleo which rested upon it was a subse
quent deposit. Now, it follows from this
premiso that monkeys existed dnring tho
early part of tuo Itio colleo period. It is
tho opinion of most geologists that tho Rio
cofice period succeeded tho tertiarv period,
and iwinodiately preceded tho present pe
riod. Xow, no tertiary monkeys have yet
been found; but tho Baltimore discovery
shows that monkeys existed as early as tho
middle of the Rio Coffee period, a date far
earlier than any which has hitherto been
assigned to them.
" We are now in a position to inquire
what is tho least period of time which must
have elapsed since tho skull of tho Haiti-
more monkey was the property of a live
and active simian. Tho answer to this
question must be songhtby ascertaining tho
rato at which coffee is deposited. It is tho
opinion of ilr. Huxley, based upon a long
and careful examination of over tlireo hun
dred garbago boxes, that coffee is deposited
in a ground condition at tho rato of an inch
in a thousand centuries, but tho deposition
of unground coffee is almost infinitely slow
er. Ho has placed bags, coffee-mills, and
other receptacles in secluded places, and
left them for months at a time, without
finding the slightest traces of coffee in them.
Although Huxley does not hazard n guess
at the rate of deposition of uuground Km
coffee, Professor Tyndall does not hesitate
to say that it is at least" as slow as the rato
of deposition of tomato cans. Let us sup
pose, as wo are abundantly justified in do
ing, that 30,000,000 of years would be re
quired to bring about 'the deposition of a
stratum of tomato cans one foot thick all
over the surface of the globeand an equally
long period mnst certainly have elapsed
whilo a foot of unground coffeo was ac
cumulating over tho skull of the Baltimore
monkev. We thus ascertain that tho mon
key in question yielded np his particular
variety of ghosts and became a fossil fully
8U,WU,U0U ot years ago. i'robaoly even
this enomous period of time is much less
than the actual period which has elapsed
since that monkey's decease ; and we may
consider onrsclves safe in assigning to his
skull tho ago of 50,000,000 years, besides
a few odd months.
" In tho light of this amazing revelation,
what becomes of Hoses and his 0,000 years?
It will hardly escape notico that ho no
where mentions Rio coffeo. Obviously, this
omission is duo to the fact that ho know
nothing of it. But if ho was unacquainted
with ono of most recent formations, how
can wo suppose that ho know anything
about tho elder rocks tho metamorphio
and stereoscopnic 6tratas r And yet it is
this man, ignorant of tho plainest facts of
geology, and of its very simplest strata,
who boldly assumes to toll us all about the
A 33odel Rnllw-nj- Saloon.
The'Grcat Eastern Railway,England, is
now running a new saloon, which has been
built at the company's works at Stratford.
The carriage is divided into five compart
ments, tho one at each cad being for ser
vants and luggage respectively. Tho
former is very conveniently furnished with
green Utrecht velvet scats and backs, hat
nets, etc, and has a ocu communication
with tho body of tho saloon, which is np-
proached therefrom through an antecham
ber furnished with a morocco lounge and a
falling-loaf table, making a very convenient
divan. This chamber leads through a
sliding-door into tho body of tho carriage,
which consists of a spacious saloon, trim
med with maroon morocco, and enlivened
with the elaborate floral devices and gilt
mouldings with which tho ceiling is ndorn
od. Tho furniture and fittings aro satin
wood, and consist of a couch, settee, arm
chairs, and a foldmg.table, at which ten
persons can bo conveniently seated, the
floor being covered with a rich Brussels
carpet. Tho remaining compartment
(which is at tho luggage end of tho car
riage and is entered from tho saloon oppo
site to tho sliding-door leading from tho
antechamber) is fitted up with every con
venience as a lavatory. Tho floor is tessc
lated wood, and tho walls nro covered with
flock paper printed two shades of green,
tho ceiling being relieved with gold mould
ing. Tho carriago is built of teak, varnish
ed, and is carried on two bogio undcrframos.
with an arrangemont of springs calculated
to givo tho greatest possible case in travel
ing, and it is reported a perfect success.
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One oTHcllor .Ulriicles.
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recommend It. The undersigned have a general assort
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H. M. WHITNEY'S
To bo pretty is the great obiect of almost
every living woman, even thoso who lec
tnre upon the impropriety of doing so.
Heautilul women spend a great deal of
thought upon their own charms, and home
ly women grow homely through fretting
because they aro not handsome
lien, at least while they aro yountr, are
very liko women in this respect, though
mey nine xneir leciings better.
Thero is ono comfort to tho homely ones,
After yon como to know people very in
timately, you do not know whether they
are pretty or not
Their "ways" make an impression on
yon, but not their noses and ears, their eyes
In time, tho soul expresses itself to you,
and it is that which yon see.
A man who has been married twenty
years scarcely knows what his wife looks
He may declare that ho does, and tell you
that sho is a bewitching littlo blonde, with
soft blue eyes, long after sho is fat and red
and forty ; because tho image of his early
lovo is in his heart, and he doesn't seo her
as sho is to-day, but as sho was when ho
Or, being an indifferent husband, he may
not know that sho is tho fine woman that
other people think her.
Yon have known men who have married
the plainest women, and think them beau
ties: and you know beauties, who are quite
thrown away on men who valuo a wife for
her success as a cook.
As far as one's effect on stranrrers is to
bo taken into consideration, beauty is valu
able andTery valuable.
So, if you have it, Tejoice ; but if yon
have it not, be content
Take care of your heart, your soul, your
mina, ana yonr manners, and yon wiu
make for yourself that beauty which will
render you lovely to those who are nearest
and dearest to you.
Tho New York World says : Tho trick
known as the "basket trick, which Jlr.
Heller introduces as tho last feature of his
performance at tho Wonder Theatro, ex
cites a great deal of surpnso, as it is only
natural it should. Tho conditions of tho
trick aro simplyas follows: A largo basket
is brought out and placed in full view upon
a bench supported by four primitive wood
en legs and leaving an open spaco between
tho basket and tho lloor. There seems no
possibly way by which a human being onco
in could get out of that basket without be
ing seen. Tho basket placed by Jlr. Heller
and nis assistant, Jlr. lienor next brings
forward a pair of overalls which cover him
to tho neck and which lnvo nooutlct at the
ends of tho sleeves or legs. When tho
overalls are drawn on and a hood drawn
over Mr. Hellor's head and attached to tho
main garment by strings, thero remains no
outlet for so much as a hngcr of the per.
former to get through. But as Hr. Heller
is about to removo his coat for tho pnrposo
of donning this garment horemombcrs that
he is in New York instead of Australia
that is his carelessly stated excuse and a
screen which reaches up to tho performer's
neck is placed behind the basket, and tho
performer retires behind this and effects tho
change, bo far as ono notices his head
does not onco disappear during tho timo ho
is employed in drawing on tho overalls.
Tho last vision ono has of Mr. Heller's own
faco is disappearing in the ample hood, and
immediately he steps out from behind tho
screen, and, with tho help of his assistant,
climbs into tho basket, tho lid of which is
closed upon him and locked. As far as
any human eyo can discover this is Jlr.
Heller who has just gone into tho basket,
but in tho same instant, almost beforo tho
cover is down, Mr. Heller makes his ap
pearance in ordinary evening costnmo nt
tho entrance of the theatre, and walks down
tho aisle, inquiring what was being dono
with him. Ho immediately ascends tho
platform, opens the basket nobody
is within. The question is still an open
one, "How did Mr. Heller cease to bo tho
tho man in tho basket, and whoever tho
man in the basket was, how did ho get out ?"
AlUcrmorif in l-'Ioridn.
Tho Jacksonville Union of February 15,
says : Notwithstanding tho immense num
ber of alligators which have been killed
during tho past four or fivo years in this
State, they do not seem to decrease in
numbers as ono would naturally suppose.
Captains of steamboats on tho St. John's
say that they aro apparently as numerous
as ever, although very largo ones nro sel
dom seen now in this p3rt of tho State, but
in tho marshes and lakes 'on the Upper St
John's, and all over tho moro southern
parts of the State, they aro still found in
large numbers. No one seems to know
tho length of time required for an alligator
to como to years of discretion and size,
and if there are any marks by which tho
ago can bo known, they are kept secret,
but it is certain that they are prolific in
their increase, a nest often containing two
hundred eggs, most of which hatch, and,
unless destroyed by violence, a largo pro
portion of the young are raised. A few
years sinco tho skins were in demand at
from fifty cents to ono dollar each, and
thousands wcro slaughtered. In ono in
stance, a single individual killed within a
space of five months over ono thousand to
fill a contract, but as that species of leather
soon went ont of fashion the business de
clined, but seems to be reviving again
somewhat Another inducement to their
capture is the teeth, which frequently com
mand high prices, and aro a standard arti
clo of commerce in the Southern markets,
mostly for ornamental purposes. The
largest Florida alligator of which tho writer
has been able to obtain an authentic ac
count measured eighteen feet in length.
Thoso exceeding fifteen feet aro very rarely
seen in this State.
Cure oftlie lliiir.
A writer in tho Harper's Bazar says : To
get and retain beautiful hair you mnst at
tend to daily brushing it, occasionally wash
ing it, and periodically trimming it, and
striving at all times to keep tho general
health up to the average
Now as to brushing. The skin of tho
head, liko that of every other part of tho
body, is constantly being rencwcdinternally,
and throwing offminuto scales externally,
and these ore removed by means of the
body brush. But it is not so easy to brush
the hair as ono might imagine. Few hair
dressers, indeed, know very much about it.
Tho proper time for the operation then, is
in tho morning, jest after you have como
out of you bath, provided your have not
wetted your hair. Two kinds of brushes
ought to be found on every lady's toi
let table, a hard and a soft The former is
first to bo nscd, and need well, but not too
roughly ; it removes all dust, and acts liko
a tonic on the roots of the hair, stimulating
the whole capillary system to healthy ac
tion. Afterward use the soft brush to
givo the gloss from which tho morning sun
shine will presently glint and gleam with a
glory that no Macassar oil in the world
could imitate Whence this gloss ? you ask.
Why, from the sebaceous glands at the root
of the hair, natnre's own patent pomade,
which the hard brush does not spread.
Secondly, ono word on washing the hair.
This is necessary occasionally, to throughly
cleanse both head and hair. Ono or two
precautions must be taken, however.
Never use soap if you can avoid it ; if you
do, let it bo tho very mildest and unper
fnmed. Avoid so-called hair-cleansing
fluids, and uso rain water filtered.
Tho yolks of two new-laid eggs aro much
to bo preferred to soap ; they mako a beau
tiful lather, and when tho washing is tin
ished, and tho hair thoroughly rinsed in tho
pare rain water, you will find when dry
that the gloss will not do destroyed, wnicii
an alkali never fails'to do. Tho first water
must not be very hot, only just warm, and
tho last perfectly cold. Dry with soft
towels but do not rub till tho skin is ten
der and afterward brash. Bo always
careful to havo your brushes and combs
perfectly clean and free from grease, and
place bther brushes on tho tnblo for friends
of yours who happen to. bo jracassarites.
Pointing tho hair regularly not only pro
vents it from splitting nt tho ends, but ren
ders oach individual hair mora healthy and
less attenuated if I may apply tho term to
hair and moreover, keeps up tho growing
process, which otherwise might bo blunted
or checked. Singeing tho tips of tho hair
has also a beneficial effect
It will bo seen that I nm no advocato for
oils and pomades. My advico in all cases
is to do without thorn if you possible can,
for by their clogging naluro And ovcrsti
mulating properties they often cause tho
hair to grow thin and fall off hooner than
it othcrwiso would. Let well alono.
Ono wordtn conclusion,aboutdycs. Avoid
thorn if you bo vour own friend. Hair dye
ing is very satisfactory as fur as dead hair
is concerned, but on tho living head its per
fect success is a chemical impossibility. As
to hair restorers, thoso that aro not simply
staincrs, but depend upon tho action of tho
light chemically altering and oxidizing tho
application after it has been used their in
cautious use, I must add, is fraught with
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irons and other marino apparatus wo havo
frequently described, has devised an in
genious and novel plan for exhibiting his
inventions under conditions of actual use,
and in connection with a mammoth aqua
rium to bo erected at tho Frcuch Intcrna-
tion Exposition of 1878. Ho proposes to
erect a circular iron ediheo, somo ii J leet m
height by CO feet in diameter. In this
will bo a hugo tank, which will be furnish
ed with rocks and marino vegetation, nnd
will contain n largo number of fish of all
kinds. On tho sides of tho tank aro to be
inserted powerful lenses, nnd the annular
space between tank and building will bo
divided into galleries, so that visitors in
each gallery may look through lenses and
thus view submarino life at various depths.
In tho tank will also bo placed M. Tosclli's
submarino molo, a curious invention some
what analogous to the diving boll, but
which carries its own air supply and is ca
pable of locomotion nnd also of illuminat
ing the water in its vicinity by means of
tho electric light After viewing tho de
scent of this apparatus from tho upper gall
ery, tho visitor is to bo conducted to tho
gallery next below. This corresponds to a
descent of about ton leet below tho surlaco,
at which point tho water still retains its
bluo color. On tho next floor below, n
depth of 22 feet is reached, and hero the
water becomes green, tho summit of tho
rocks on tho bottom becomo visible, and
tho motions of tho huge fish can plainly bo
followed. On tho lowest floor the visitor
will bo ablo to see tho interior of tho sub
marine molo as it rests on tho bottom, and
at tho same timo will view tho sponges,
corals, and other inhabitants of tho ocean
bed illuminated by tho electric light.
M. Toselli will occasionally wreck a small
vessel loaded with ten tons or so of stone.
allow her to sink and then will raiso her
again by a now automatic apparatus which
ho calls tho air-hydric chain. Visitors will
also be carried doivn in tho submarimo
mole, which is largo enough to accommo
date tour persons. itcvuo Indnstnolle.
Tho question (says tho Scientific Ameri
can) is whether, in this age of utilization,
wo aro going to allow tho bodies of the
dead to remain unutilized. Although tho
majority of mankind will doubtless prompt
ly disposo ot this not over ngrecablo con
sidcration by an. unequivocal nflirmativo.
two shoemakers in this city think other
wise ; nnd they exhibit a handsome pair of
boots mado from human feather in support
of their views. Tho skin was furnished
from tho front nnd back of a dissecting
room subject, who had died suddenly from
accident, and ufion whom decay had not
yet begun to act. It was placed in a solu
tion of hemlock and white oak bark, and,
after tho tanning, which lasted threo weeks,
emerged in tho shape of a soft, pliable,
light brown leather, like fine calf skin, but
moro porous. The availablo skin on a good
sized man, says these progressive UnsinnB.
will mako tho legs and uppers of two pairs
ot boots aiterallowmg tor reasonable waste,
This is tho second utilization that has been
proposed. Tho other was to cremate tho
bodies in gas retorts, and to convert tho
volatilo matter into illuminating gas, and
the bones into phosphates.
SANS'L G. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA
Sailing Days as per Schedule
Unless Otherwise Adrertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND
Sfa 6 OFFICE WITH WILDER & Co.
Manufacturing Jeweler I
Tire r.DERsi.vn. ronx erlt with
Mr. Kclcart, begs to Inform citizens of Honolulu and
the public generally, that he has taken the store on Fort
Street opposite Odd Fellow Hall, (formerlj occupied by
Thos. Tanttatt.) where he will gire special attention to the
manuiaciunng- ana repairing ot au lcindsor Jewelry,
inrtlcular attention given to hbell and Kafcni Work.
C" Will guarantee satisfaction In all his work. -a
C20 Urn VM. sc. WENSER
C IT I Z KAN A.D RESIDENTS OF HONO
LULU, Visiting Friends and btracgers generally are
wiuixi; mum iai ai.truu uunc orsxnp ai rum JST,
CnURCH, where Services are held ererrKihhftihtit n
o'clock A. 11., and 7H P.M. Seats are provided for all
wno maybe pleaded to attend. There Is a Wednesday
evening Prayer IleeUng at 7 o'clock, la the Lecture
nogm, w waunaiiare welcome. &zi ly
For Sale or For Lease.
M, A HANn,SOMECOTTA;K,lI,EA8AXT-
p;;sj wiia garara, etc., containing panor, three
i wiiwuii, two ciose lb, uining roooi, Kltcben ani
pantry, bathroom, servants house, carriage boose an
wjie, aii Texy convenient, ana in perfect order. Apply
Ml tf UUGOSTAJfaEXWALD.M.D.
Importers and Dealers in
BUILDING MATERIALS !
FROM BOSTOIN !
Due Id March next, the Largest and
lost Complete- Assortment,
Krer Imported Into this Country, consisting In partot I
Steam Coal. M oak Caws. frtr cations each.
Cumberland Coal, 30 n. Eltra Timbered Whale Boats.
lltch. Tar, Koeln, Turpentine, Varnish, Unseed OU,
Mineral Paint, Lamp Black, Putty, 11 Ue Itttoun,
CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES
X'.m.l v r r.m Starch, dama. Lemon Syrup.
llreen tvas, Tomato Ketchup, Macaerel, lilted Meats,
LotMtrn, Tomatoes, Sautajre Meat, flerklna.
Cider Vl'ieirar, llreen torn. LV CKU1X Hlt.lNll :
White Cube r-uxar, Mock Turtle A Tomato :ouim,
Barrels suit Cases e-alt. Family IVirk, In Utrreta ;
Sperm Cuntties, Mason's Jihckinq,
Gold Lraf lbacco.
Ox Rons, 1H, I.Vi and 2 Inches;
Cholcs Assortment of FIRE WORKS
con!.tlnr of Rockets. Rensolavand ltoman Candles,
An Invoice of Cut N""v M to 40 i Oars, Asa Uandles.
Hoe Handles Hand Carts llghtajd heary;
Cultivators, Side lull Mows.
LeAther Iteltlng, six Inchest Fnlrbank's fcalei.
Hunt's UatcheM.axeand shingling, AX KM,
4d Ulvets. Hatibltt Metal, Hemp Twine,
Itubber Packing, Vie Inch; Hemp Packing, Bolder,
S IMy Kubher Hone, v Inch, for garden nse ;
ClIAHCO IT, IltONN. Mule Collars.
Brass Wire Sieves Oomfugal Untngs, Grindstones,
Uufitra. lllrch and Com Brooms. Zinc Vh Hoard.
Maynard A Noye's Ink , Yellow MeUt fc Shrathtog
New nedford Cordage, threads to iH In ; Whale Line
An Invoice of lletlned Iron, assorted sizes; Norway
A VERT CHOICE SELECTION OF
U U- NITTJ JEL E2 !
Conslstlixr of . TtollInrTon ofl.ee Hpsks.
Itlack Walnut Wardrobes. Library Cases, Secretaries,
Asii ana luacic wainnt Miooara
Ash and Illack Walnut Washstands,
Ash and mack Walnut CHAM It Ell NETS,
Lads Hlack Walnut IVik,
Ladles' A Oentleman's Easy k Rocking Chairs.
Folding Chairs. Folding Tables.
Painted Chamber sets. Imitation of chestnut and oak ;
Black Curled Ualr, an auL of Dinning Jt Office Chairs,
A Well Selected Lot of Dry Goods :
Consisting of. Hrown A Rleached Cotton A Sheetings
tmou rei-caics, uaruinai itooes, uamutoa ituus,
Pearl River and Hay Makers' Denims
Ticking, Amoskeag Shirting. Brown Flannel.
Blue Drilling, Overall, Denim Pants and Jompers,
nam Hhiru, raini Lesr nats, Lawrence duck,
Nos. 1 to 10 10
IUven's ditto. Cotton Twine.
500 Cases Pratt's Kerosene OH,
300 Oases Downer's Kerosene Oil. Black Walnn.
Ash Plank, Nests Trunks, Oakum.
EASTERN KEG and BARREL SH00KS !
Hoop Iron, K -H'.'. 1M Inch; Caustic Soda, Palm OU,
The Largest Assortment of Carriages
ever imported in one vessel, consisting or:
1 Jompseat Carryall, 2 Extension Top Canrloles,
2 Canopy Top Basket Phaetons, 1 CaiTra Wagon.
1 Spring llrownell Wagon, 1 Pony Pb&ton,
1 Express Wagon, 1 Park Phaeton,
THREE Or THOSE JUSTLY
Celebrated Wood's Organs
An Asst. of Ready Made Clothing
from the bous of Messrs. Isaac Fenno & Co.
An Invoice of StcMorray's Fresh Ovsurs,
A fullassL of Knowle's Patent Steam Pumps, Nos. 2 to
All of the Above Merchandise
HAS BEEN' CAREFULLY
SELECTED EXPRESSLY for 'his Market
Purchased for Cash, and will be sold at ' 'ery Low
Bates upon reasonable UmeoraUBl RAL
DISCOUNT for Cosh
tt9-3m 1. 11 It EWE t Jt CO.
TongueJ A Grooved, Surfaced,
Planks. Battens, Pickets
II Id. x 4, Ii5,andli8, for
Scantling, Boards, Dank.
Battens 1x3, 1x4, I-IlJ. and l-3si
Pickets Rough and Fsccj,
Surfaced Boards and FlanV. 7 31.3 la.
OrJAPBOA"R.T)S T, A TTTfTP
Toocned and Grooved
tiiudcd rnn cum iter
I llllUi.ll I wis Vlllll UUL
Sxi: ts 18x16;
Clear Nor'West. for Planter's Uss
EASTERN WHITE PIKE,
California and Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASII. all sites i BLIND, all site, :
WHITE LEAD and ZINC I
i-.iT mi, ,t HiiAi.1. l'Ai.vr aiKjtr,
VaUj and Varnish,
Qlan, No. ill aad 7,
if an i ex iji i anu uuiuci
Iron and Tinned Taeltr,
Paint and Whitewaio Braiatf,
METALLIC AND FIRE-PROOF PAW
For Plantation or aaj Othtr Us,,
Bntts and Hinges,
Hooks aad Ejcs, it.
Salt in Quantities to Suit.
FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP !
JUST ARRIVED !
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
Flour cfcj IBreetci !
Lime and Cement,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Pnnloa Salt Works
JjUN'E NEW STYLES OT PKUT
Bine Stripa-1 Denims, Ye-Iret Carpets X Pnjrs,
Hassocks Pilot Clothing, Towels. Connterp aaes,
White Moleskin,, Skirts, Gnnadibes,
Ecarres and Ties. Silk Umbrellas, Blankets.
Crimean, Oxford and Regatta Shirts,
Flannels, Tsreeds, Ponchos,
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
Ewiii Mall J, Trioted Lawn,
Waterproof Clothing, Victoria Lawsi,
Book Moilini, Lac Curtain f.
Bags, Bagging, Canvas,
Twin,, Leather Belting, Paint. Oils. Pipes,
Wire Rope, Corrngited Roofing,
Bine Mottled Soap, Galranlied and Tinware,
Feocing Wire, Hoop Iron, II olio ware
Charcoal Irom, 0-0i Cutlerj, Bar Iron,
Lea JL Ferrln't Saoce.
JAMS AND JELLIES
DIARIES FOR 1877.
TI NT ItKCF.IVEn FROM I.OVDOV, A FEW
J OF THE CELEBRATED
LETT'S DIARIES For 1877
In cap, post and pocket styles
PER STElMEIt AUSTRALIA,"
American Excelsior and Perpetual Diaries
In crest vartetr. for ladles and rents.
Prices vary- from 0cts to S3.00, according to finish
and style of blndlnt. II, 71. WIIITNKV.
TT17ST BECEIVED-IOO.000 white bnffand color-
tF ed enrelopes.
Largo Letter Envelopes,
For sale In quantities to suit and at reciprocity prices.
KHm H. M. wnrrsKY.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE 1
Cornor Fort & Merchant Sts.
HAS JUHT ItECEXVED
a a, iajaiw.j
Henneit'. Martall'i and Robin a Brand. In eaili
and eaee ;
Fine Sherrj, fn quarter caifci and ear.
(1ni. WhliteT. Kara. Hock. Moielle. JlIee&aL it
Blood Wolfe &.ro's k Bass Pale Ale
Edmund! Pi Brand Porter,
Bouchet'i Napoleon Cabinet Chaspacse,
Lalaode't Red Bar Claret. DaarUVj WaUkj.
Boord'i Wines aad Spirit,
Silicate Taint Co's Paints
POWELL DISFFRYNS STEAM COAL!
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS S ERGI.1ES
And to Arrive, JlcOnlt's Claritlto
IklU Llfl TT Tl A TTWC
Colored Corals and Shells.
Tvi 1 1 1 1 T n. y
THE HOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF .
Ladies1, Misses' and Children's
Cnstom-M&de, Extra line and Hedlum Quality
Boots cfc siioes
Erer offered In Honolulu.
B33Iin IRA RICHARDSON.
V ItAVH OW OV SILK THE K.IL.ISCS
H cf LL Fin Mha-tl fLiars4 rini- tuv caral Ba
K r i-.tr rr lit IW.m Xfla-iuuai4sk In ttia s Wnanalasa MtmT " 01
nnnr rood in th.a Hu mmm ar Tum are P"
f.iM nfsMu-h sra.l iKuvnitaUhlA urns It IsMlf 3
please apply earljr.
Am thm atsavsv rxul will bkUUv xii brie aaT I
Of tbeae cortoa for aal. thia will b Ut oolr c&aaV
obtaining inera. Apple to
H. M. WHITNEY.
Tlc irrni lT ikmiiix op alx. SIX
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