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His Fcfawtftg list of Mercfiindrse :
Coil in casts unci bulk,
Sierra Coal in casks and balk,
Oak 1 bach to 8 iDch,
BurtU Tar. Piteh and Benin,
I IJirrow with Iron Wheels
TcrrcEtiaf, IVntOIl, Ln3 Oil,
Boston Card Matches.
HEW STYLES OF rTTSlli'UitE
Ftxnsr ami Btdroom Sdt,
Twntttosrrf Hack Tcrtlo Sonp, Irisb Stew,
Slnrrf Calve 113, llarricol Mton,
QtBt, Celt), reap, Tomaoes,
SBue, Clsni Cuoijdcr, lord. Family Fork
Cotton DuckVNos. I
OtkeaBoatr Boards. TbakboaU,
A cifce decjcn of Boston Crackers in 21b
tint, ,' t
3Us3a Ccrdajf, H aires from 6 thread to
U iacb, ,
Epctjirc, ilarlinc , -
Halrtttrcsiei aad Hllovs,
Curled Hair, Excelsior,
Iran Safes, assorted eizss,
, Michigan Pino Lumber,
Dm Ha5Ie, Wood tat Chairs,
Hide Poison, SogarBsgs.
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&. ?" C8 ST Caniages,
iAa.lBTJiiesf EeSncd Iroa, assorted.
CacreWl In. Feaoo SobUr.Bclting
f i jlx xrs:cE
JStimert 2kKwea eOil
iji$. - MUUE CARTS,
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Erfcrx H1m6 aai ixks fM" IMe Carts.
Jr. ErA3Ttt akow GoiliKllteo&rtd to
isarc:.is TM&XIW rSKTHE KISB
4M. ntkiiEaec tlct 1 1 tvetiwi. for tub;" ;nn,
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Of ltSt JUtexifil ird WoriaaKaMp.
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Alt m of Use fctslf heb: bo ConTict "Work Btrf
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hs, jrmBss, IsflrtjaifMSs, fcMte Jigs, SteK
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Tbeassage of the Season!
118 Days from Glasgow !
TKE EXTRF.KE CtU'PER JHOK SU1P
CJTY OF NANKIN
HAS JUST ARRIVED
To oar eoMlmiacDt, from Qlargow, with a fall tareo of
Ucnnal ilerthandite, which Is
How Being Offered to the Trade
VERY L1EERAL TERMS.
THE CASGO CONSISTS AS FOLLOWS:
In Laire Variety, Embratlne
rrint5, Cotton. Uncut, Woolraf. Clothlnr,
BJanVrtt. Tocl, Mowjnlto Net. HawikNtblers,
Fence Wire, No. 4, 5 and 6; Hoop Iron, RItcU,
GalranUed Bnckrte and Tcb, PoU and Corere,
J.otj and Wuhen. Babbitt Metal, Cast Steel,
Anrll and lee, Jllntins Metal, .Sc, Ac
CJ OFL O O L 3ES II "S'
A LAEGE ASSOETJIENT.
IN BEADnFUL VABlETTr.
jBrussels.Carpets and Eugs
S?"US fef4, hlle ZInc Rci1 r. Black TalnL
Mixed Patau In all colortr Boiled Linseed
Llnteed Oil, and Ecd Composition.
SUGAE BAGS ASH BICE BAGS
A LAEGE VARIETY.
COAL BAGS-A Splendid Article, and large
WOOL BAGGING" AND SEWING TWINE,
OF ALL SIZES AND TULL TEST.
WINES AND SPIRITS:
WcEwan'aAIeand Stont, Blood, Wolfe & CoAlc,
Plj Brand btoat, qr ceks and ca Heaneitr 4, S, 2 and 3
Sfip 5d Mdinm Brandies, a and baskets Gin,
Old Tom, Irish and Scotch Whiskies,
AND A FEW CASES OF VERT FINE
SHERRY, PORT, HOOK & CORDIALS
ALSO, THE CELEBRATED
CACHET BLANC AND GREEN SEAL
S Sets of Stocks and Diet: for Plantation use.
5UjdraalIc Jacks, 4 6 and 8 ton lift.
Two Hundred Tons Coal,
Fire Bricks, Portland Cement, Fire Clay, PI; Iron,
and also, from
Mirrlees, Tait & Watson,
8ix GOOgalloa Steam Clarifiers,
One iSiM Milf nd Gearing
une id men cylinder Steam Knelne,
Two pair Cora pound BoUen,6ftdiameter,19Rein.iong
Country Orders Solicited.
For farther partieslarr, apply to
G W. Macfarlane & Co
THE "IIC COLLAR"
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Fine Single andDeubk Buggy lamest,
Ccaeerd mnd Muk Batjuu
PlmtaUpHBam&etf aU sorts,' &
Siding BridHs Saddtet, WXipt
Curryambt, Brxsftes, Saddle Cloths, ,.
An every Ntccswy f or SUMc we al' yr'
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WEDXESDXYj DBOEMBKIaf, I860.
It k an old story, aad happwad sassy, man;
years ago, my friends, for hit fcisd is crowned
by -white hair, and my heart oootedttutxigh ago, fa
bo lcoger agitated by yothf al passions. 'When I
indfilRO in a retrospect of Silk epc)d In my life,
J cannot help feeling yorag again, and tears of
plcssnro fill my eyes. Tora few moments thon, I
trill re tarn in imagination to my 17th year. Seventeen
J "What thouKhUeesBies, what gaiety, what
foolish wishes, whet ardent aspirations for
what .wild desires are
contained in tils word seTenUen! Charming ae
for which the past does not exist, the present docs
not count, and the future alone enters into one's
dreams of happiness. At that time I shaved thrice
a to make my moustaches grow ; I
Klnn hk.vl tn snoko atrarrettca when borond tho
ijreach ot my father's severe eye, and thonght them
fldeueions, tbongnttiey maoe me leanuiiy in. xo
Ithorosghly estabuaa my udepeuconce, using
i great care however to be nnobservexl, I slipped out
1 to bar rooms, where I ordered in a stentorian voice
a glan of some atrocious mixture, which I swallowed
heroically, whilst making f rightful faces,
lint I especially excelled in casting homing glances
at all the women who came across my path
whether young or old, ugly or pretty, and I fancied
myself a second Don J nan and an irresistible
maurait tujet. After five years seclusion in one
of oar colleges, and after having passed my university
examinations in a more or less satifactory
manner, I arrived at my home which was situated
in oae of our quietest and sleepiest country towns,
on a fine September morning. It having been decided
that I should bo called to the bar, I was thus
enabled to remain a whole year under the paternal
roof. I was speedily settled in my old room
on the third floor, which room I soon brought to
its usual state of charming disorder. The next
thing I did was to put my head out of the window
to look at the-street; but besides the butcher's
dog who, philosophically sitting on its hind legs,
seemed buried in deep meditation, and tho grocer's
cat sleeping lazily stretched out in the warm
rays of the sun, nothing, except a crowing cock
disturbed the calm of the neighborhood. I was
not long, however, in discovering, that on the opposite
side of the street there was a window hermetically
closed, whose balcony was festooned
with green creepers, and decorated with pots of
flowers, filling the air with theirsweet fragrance.
Inside, heavy curtains intercepted the light, and
prevented my curious"glance from penetrating the
interior. Borne mystery seemed to be attached to
this window which, unlike those of tbo neighboring
houses, refused to admit the perfumed morning
breezes. Three or four times that same day
I went np to my room to look at it, but each time
I found it obstinately closed. " Foliage and flowers
prove beyond a doubt that that room is occupied
by ladies" said I to myself, and in the evening
truly enough, I learnt from my parents by judicious
questioning, that the house which had attracted
my curiosity was inhabited by a lady and her
daughter. She was tho widow of an officer killed
during the war, still young, though9 aged by her
bereavement ; tioth mother and daughter wore the
deepest mourning and were always closely veiled.
They saw no company and scarcely ever went out
except to church to pray for tho beloved dead. All
felt that it was one of those deep, lasting sorrows,
which sometimes weigh down a family, and everyone
respected their grief they wero called the
Inconsolnbles. Jt is iinposs:bo to describe how
much this mixture of sadness and mvstcrv. seized
. hold of my imagination. I dreamt all night of the
Jwo unknown, but especially of tho youngest,
whom I pictured to myself as having the features
of an angel, with soft dark' eyes and golden hair.
I scarcely.slept, and rbse in tho morning with the
firm resolution of doing my utmost to succeed in
seeing her. Under the pretext of immediately
commencing my studies, I established myself in
my room, placing my table so as to command tho
mysterious window, and. there I came day after
day to mount a watchful guard over it. What delicious
hours! 'What charming reveries! By degrees
my imagination becoming more inflamed, I
set up an ideal of tho lovely unknown, and
to her all my affection, ray love, my strength,
my whole being in fact. My littlo room was a veritable
Paradise, where I liked to go and give myself
up in peace to this strango fascination. How
iiiiciy delightful moments I passed, my oyes fixed
on the bewitching balcony, and my glance lost in
vague uncertainty, dreaming of her, who though
yet unseen I loved so intich I 'What poetry I offered
at her shrine ! What letters I wrote describing
my feelings to horl I always destroyed, however,
both letters and poetry as being unworthy of her
high perfection. Thesetpfverseswhichlintended
reciting at the moment of making my declaration
will never fade from my memory the word angel
was repeated in it more than two hundred times,
nnd I promised without hesitation to win her a
crown! Nevertheless, daring nearly ten months
the window was not opened, and I had not been
nblo to catch a glimpse of her, to whom I was
entirely devoted- My father thinking that I spent
all o.y time in hard-study, complimented moon
my assiduity, and "begged me to spare myself n little
as my health oven was beginning to bo affected
by such a sedentary life. Alas! If the poor dear
man had come un to mv room, ho would hava
found my Blackstono opened at the Bame
on the day when I was seized with my love, fever.
I now come to tho denouement of my Btoryl On a
i"u aiuuiiuuu ui me tuiiuwin moniu ox June,
while according to my usual habit, I was dreaming
of my unknown enchantress and repeating per-
naps ior ino tnousanatn umo my famous poet ical
declaration, a pernio Drowsiness tooK Hold of my
senses, and I fell into a profound slumber. How
long it lasted I know not. Suddenly the creeking
noise of rusty hinges awoke me, and through the
partially opened window appeared a marvcloosly
beautiful form. Scarcely able to believe my senses,
I started up, overthrowing table, books, inkstand,
everything that was before me, and rushed on to
my balcony. I became red and pale by turns, I tried
to speak, but my tongue refused utterance, my head
swam, my temples throbbed, my whole body vibrated
with nervous excitement, and my memory
forsook me. I remained there standing before her
fpeechlees, with her enquiring and astonished gaze
fixed upon me. By supreme effort of will I at
last gasped out these fatal words : " Please tell me
what o'clock it is ?" A burst of silvery mocking
laughter resounding in my cars, and the Blarnming
of a window brings me to a keen and vivid sense
of having been perfectly ridiculous, and I collapsed
in a fit of rage and despair! When I recovered a
few moments after, I was entirely cured of my
love, but alas 1 quite sceptical as regards women
Social Condition of ihj Portuguese.
It is a common remark of travelers that Portugal
ia ISO behind the rest of the world. The
truth is that in some respects Portugal
in advance of even, most of the rirogressivo
nations of the Continent HersyEtem'of government
is constitutional in reality as well as in name,
and her people enjoy a larger measure of individual
freedom than would bo considered safe either
in Germany or in France. If there are fewergreat
fortunes in Portugal than in some otber countries,
there appears to be very little downright poverty,
and a ppirit of contentment pervades all classes.
A recenlvwriter, Mr. Crawfurd, offers a particularly
attractive picture of tho stale of the Portuguese
workman or day-laborer. He is better fed than
many of our own middle classes, and his amusements
working men. When his day's work is done. " he
does not lean against a post and smoke a pipe, nor
does he linger in the wineshop." " If it be o holiday
or a Sunday, and in a rural district, he puts on
a clean shirt, with a large gold or silver stud as a
neck-fastening, and his newest hat, varying in
shape according to locality, but always of black
wi w mj awu wuicu mo jam in piciures or
Spanish life." He also "throws overhushonlders
eal golr! or silver
"xis favorite ox-goad,
. ... lent as an . nrmw wpii
-, -. "2. "
rounoeaana poiisuea, ana 'bound with brass.''
Thus attired, and with his guitar round his neck,
ha makes for tho peasant's drawing room, "the
nearest fashionable threshing floor." He finds
-here a large company 'of old and young of both
sexes, " come togetherforgos8ip,song,and dance."
If the dancing is not always graceful, and the singing,
is not particularly-refined, both are the expression
of a bright and. healthy temperament.
The only serious hardship in the ordinary lot of the
Portuguese peasant is the conscription; but; unfortunately,
this is a hardship of the worsLkind.
" Often and often," saysiMr. Crawfurd, ".have I
watched with pity and 'strong indignatioa the
workings of tbil most damnable, system," At one
time married men were not liable to conscription,
and this is said to have led to d large increase of
early marriages. Now, however, the law is more
strict, and the Portuguese, like most of their continental
neighbors, have to submit with as good a
graoj as possible to what- is regarded as an
evfl. Whether it is rosily inevitable, it is
dificuU for foreign observers to decide. The only
nation the Portuguese have any reason "to fear-is
Spain, which has undoubtedly sorao enthusiast'
for "8w Iberian idea;" But this awsaBed "Mea"
awatoBMrMaxiseinPortBgal,'and the pcbplo
woaM &jht hard for "eheir -national independonje.
St. James's Gazelle.
A good many misconceptions prevail in England
oa the mbieet of fnreioa tiALiui nn um;m ...'
eiotyratiriKthem toobjafeigr, anoUter unduly depreciating
them. AnotfaetiKmison mistake is to
suppose that (fee grades ofMlity abroad are an
pwcisdy defined aa with ; In FraC8 there are
tokefl who rarik before princte, and indeed priaee
is cftea the titiebt the eldej son of a doke in that
UKiwj. Jwirao ue noupjte soaisstjted
rniKuxaemvate'smtthU other' sons are
AkewtttaxDon, the Duke taeidiigtobeaPrinea
:f AeHoly. .Bojnan Ktopne ; but of that by-and:
Jar. Bmetunes father and son enjoy the same
trtte ; the present Buo de Gnbtont was styled Dbc
wOtnehem his father's UtftttV. Heuucht, had
As w tide, hewetjr, the I 1II1PII IM1IU Jt, French duke
bears the same name as hia father, with ih KtL
of ;., Pwd'Avaray, Marquis d'A
SP'"1 wowb UDoapte d'Avaray,
tear yicocnte, and so on. The' names just'
y weaie;in France, and entP
Ued to such hoxtor as birth caudaim : bat
there sci about e hnudred French dukes, and
Wnmciiliet be expected to diaberr.
.The table rfwecenenceaasiciik no
Vte ftyyVaiPoMemen; & rol
If0 "? ?S.: " bead of a fprtigntiooae
oobOrty, be he prince, okP, ofcouowilks
oat of a room after tmTBajjtfeh duke. Thestme
tnurOmm in aocacdaf is emroyi extraordinary
and iniaisimpieiujKtenUary,"? asdwUrtehed
from "fimbaiaaaors,n who rank uamedijielj after
membars of the Koyal family.'. Only i France,
Austria,' Praesia, Kossia, Italy and Turkey am
represented by ambaaaadors at the Court', of 8t,
James's. As for the cadets of foreign boasei, they
are aslittie thooht of astheyUuskof tbenwelvm.
Many drop their titfee altogether eeotilnthiff
themselves with the prefix "do' or vtnn tafote
their family name, fast to mark its Bobflrty.'.Aod
hero it rsay be remarked that JBngBeh" eentleeaeir
abrccid, especially in Germany, should be oareM
how they answer the quention which may any day
be pu"3 them, KSm you noble V JYm may be,
likemostof us, plain Mister, but yoc should
MYc" if yon are, however remotely,
from a peer or a baronet (contrary
belief,; baronets . are distinctly BoMeatea,'?
according to the Institution of James I.J, of mm
if yon are merely entitled to ti coat of.aras" eHher
by rrrnuttojurself from the Sovereign or by
mattengrows year by year Of less
nffPetuaVrat st Berlin and Vienna you may
still loseTS" to some pleasant clnbs and social
gatheringif not of the privileged class. And the'
conditions of nobility, aa ricoenized on the CeaA
tinent, are simply thoso, stated above. Itis ladi.'
crous to recollect that the younger son of an Eng-
m hui Btay i
dominions; Ijord A.'s rink, had bo known it, was
precisely tho equivalent of that of a German
Erince's son, English dilkee, marquisei, and earls
eing all (lieraldically'j "prlhofis."' ,'rhePukeof
Norfolk's full style, to take an eiampUt, would be
"The most high, mostlnoblo, and most puissant
princo,''Henry, Buke of Norfolk," Ac The faet
is, Lord A. mistook Ins legal status of " commoner"
for his social status of ' noble." Conthitl
T IS iarossiBtK TO nay too kicii in
'-praise of this good old standard Family Medicine'
It cmnot be too hlchly recommended, as It Is trary a
Hiwrvel ol (he Acre, and no hptuchcld sbonld bo
without it. It prevents as well as cures Skin UI.
ensea, Gout. BlieuraatUtu, Urarelandall Jtltl
ney Dlaetues. AtTeeted liver. Headache.
Nausea, Bile, iviuU, Indlsestlon,
Fevers and Aerie. Sleeplessness,
Foul Drpatb, and every disease bronjht on or
aggravated by a disordered stomach.
It parlies the Blood, Cleanses the Stomach and Bow.
els, and irlres the whole systtm a Healthy and
al Tone. There never was a medic' ne for the Nursery
equal to It, and being composed of Herbs only, tt can
lie ;iven safely to Infants. It Is a triumph In medicine
harmless, yet efficacious. Invaluable In the family, on
the road, at sea, and everywhere!
For sale Sy all Drugsltts, and at wholesale by - ,
Sit) ' I McLEAN BEOS.
WATER PIPES !
PARTIES 1ST WAST OF GALVANIZED
nplngtoUyoafrom the new Mains, will do well
to sire tie UBt'erslcneil a oil. Wo bate
60,000 Feet of Galvanized PipiiF
On band, Jaw necelvedexAlstcr"and.MGlen!m:r"
and can offer It at
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES
By the "SforroCutle,nJa3tat band, we have received
a rail Une ot
HOUSE PLUMBING MATERIALS
Earth Closets, past Iron Sinks,
Eiiaiiii'Iuil Cist Iron WasltHtaniis,
.Marble tops nnd Basins forWasbslands,
with Corks and Chains for samo,
IIoso Uibb Cocks,
Sowor and Sink Traps, Urinals,
Kitchen Slop Sinks, Sink Plugs,
Light Cast iron Soil Pipe, 2, 3 & 4 inch.
All Work in the Above Line
Will beattended to with dlspatsb. Also,Jcst.
at b&nd, a new lot of
UNCLE SAM RANGE,
Tore different Style, of four sizes each. Alio,
Oper, May, Quartette and Ting Hou
Together with the
Cotton Plant, Sunny Southl
Magna Charta, Osceola,
Demand, Buokrs and
i Charter Oak Stoves.
Fr rprlrale Families, or Hotels.
Ships' and Schooners' Cabooses,
Laundry Stoves, Kerosene Stoves
IF YOU ARK IN NEBD OF
ANYTHING IN THE ABOVE-LINE !
GO OR SUND TO
. IKT C "5?- T S .
N.B In ordering Stoycs through the mall, And Jeny-In;
the matter of choice to ns, plcise state limit, and the
uumbr of people yoo wish to cools far.
Honolulu, June 18, 821
BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS
ITIOM ?.1S (FRAKV1SCC
WE IIAT3 BECKIVT;D A IiAKGE
addition to oar former stock of Ship Chandlery,
Ship Stores, Provisions, 4c., it, which gives .us tho
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on these- Islands. All ef which will be sold at the
Lowest Market I'rlcts, as nsnal. Oar friends and thofc
puDiicgencrauy are rcspceuauy lnnted to examine.
S 81s ' BOLLKS & CO.
PAINTS AND OILS.
Ti.Aimc m:,d is i'achagcsof 3 to
Ziuc White, Ilnbbuck Lead,
Boiled rami Oil In bulk and In Srallon drums.
A full assortment Fancy Color Faints.
S 618 BOLLES CO.
LUBRICATING OILS. -
SPEnsi OIWIJT ANT anANTITy Bequlrcd.
Castor Oil 2 and 5 fjallon tins.
818 a BOLLES it CO.
SIZES FHOII IIKCII TO 3 INCITES. FOR
Sale by (BOLLES & CO.
AFCLh ASSORTMENT OF SIZES FROX
six thread to Arc inch. " '
3 M8 ;. (30. -
.nEMP.CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE,
AS ASSOHTHF.XT OF SIZES FROH.3 1.3
Inch I08 Inch: 'Also, Sponyarn, BeUIngTrBitlln,
lloujelinc, llarltne, Bonndln?, tc. " -
2 813 : B0LLS3&C0.
BLOCKS AND MAST HOOPS. i
PATiaT STRAFFED BLOCKS.
Metallic Iron Strapped Blocks, Fatcnt Bashlnz,
Plain Bushlns, a full assortment of sixes.
TS 818 BOLLBS & CO.
GROCERIES. ' ':
-LARD IS PAIUS,, S A 101b.
- Better In Jars and Keira. Cocexe. L'uh
and ,- i'addJiii -.... of Finest . Tea.- .r Sardiaea . . T rn'ar apd hf boxes.
iermiccmjnaccaroni, In varletr. Cntw Soirar.
rrajn Boitaad Tins, Egg Jamblca. Banana Cakes.
J"" 7- ". BOLLES & CO.
- EXTRA MESS11CEP. ' J
4 5 KASrEKJJ KXTKAt'JBIHE PORK
. jror oaie dvj Co
n '! S618
HAMS AND BACON.
Ti rSTATHAMD. FirrSalc by
ej S813 ,n ., 4 - BOLLKS A '
PER EUREKA TO ARRIVE. AS ABB1
taattt of General Kercbaeelse. '
M8 r, Jl -H. - BOaasJbCO.
; r0TATpES,ANp ONIONS.
CTFT OFsEW T08K,
818 f - r BOHJeV& CO.
- -J- "jt. 7 r
BAKER'S jnffxmRSTJti. JFAXHCT IS
ldaradavbaria qsaksr sacks, " '
W - . 'n ZiHeS'6
I; XIME'f SI
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astneerea. xf ; .
inmttrmm. a kkxu,jMr
. " -" FwftsJe by BOLLKS
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OFPSR FOR SALE - a'
IHVOlCtS OF WW WO W
. TO.ABWV1 Pl j .
UJSftitAXv JIAKA ,. JT.
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fATALVNTA' PKOX HRKMB
And per SteairiW, via Panami',
The Following Goods
Are now in onr
DARK BLUE DENIMS :
New Prfete, Sfar Tide, 4a,
Brawn mobs, ilori
IautiMS, Italian Cloth, Kwmn,
Fancy White and Black DBfeia GOODS,
Jaoqaard, Mohair, MoaassUrw, Jicoeeta, Ac-Barege,
Caftaias, JjarataeqmlBS, labia. Covers,
Ac- Ac. Ac Ac. - . '
Beeksklns, Doeskins, Coatins, DiagAals,
Printed Moleskins, Brown Cords,
White Linen Drills, Ac
An Assortment of Shirts,
Wuolen, Flannel and' Cotton MLxd, -
,l)rino and Cotton Undershirts,
"W.30I Jacksts, Shawls, Blankets, ' Towels, Ac
Socks and Stoclinprs, Balbriscani
Silk Handkerchief a, Fonlard3, ,
T. B. and Fancy Cotton Handkerchiels,
Keckties, Wool and Silk Braids,
xttbbons, Thread, Buttons, Ac
India Rubber Coats and Overalls
Fancy and Toilet Articles : Florida "Water,
uentnne ISau de Cologne, Fhilocome,
Combs, Tooth Brushes, Lnbin's Extracts,
Feather Busters, 'Harmonicas,. '
VioUn Strings, Playing Cards.
Ijooklng Glasses, Vienna Chairs.
Snperior PrintingTaper, two sizes,
' :"" iiuuo uu tuzso, opunvam,
. Jlax and Hemp FacUngij H " n
Sugar ca Coal Bass
Woclmci, Borlaps. Sail Twine,
SADDLES--Sydney and English.,,
Powder, Load, and Zinc Faint,
HARDWARE : -
CUUH JUUUII id UJ U U&. X1UUM, QVCOUU1U8,
Perforatod Brass,'Bnckela, Cutler, Scissors,
XlUbb"Cf U1JU JCUCJU'b JUllTa 1
llazors, Sheep. Shears, Saw'FUes, Ac
CK0CKERY inAssortcd tfratcs. Also,
Dinner, Breakfast and Tea Sets,
Bowls, Bico Dishes, Cups, Flower Pots.
. Eardines. Yinegar,Duret's Olive Oil, k
Ultra Wash Blao: BIne'MotlleaSoap, '--4
Table Salt,toanno Candles, -147. Ac
LIQUORS: . -
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Bontellau Brandy, Gin,
St. Paul's Ale.ltullcr'sLaccrliier.CbaiiipaKne,
Ch. Farro and Hidaieck Dry Monopole, Ac,
Empty Demijohns, Market Baskets,
Molasses and Tallow Barrels.
Stockholm Tar, Firo Clay, Fire Bricks,
Bed'Bricks, Tiles, States, Boats,
BlacliemUh's Coal, Steam Coal, Ac
Pianos 'from L. Neufeld, Berlin
FOB. SALE BY
621 1 .. HtllACHFELD rf'cO.
WILDER tt CO.
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Importers andjDealors in
BUILDING MATERIALS !
OF AI.I, KINDS.
URGE AND WELL-SELECTED .CARGOES
ALL TME USZTAIi S20CM SIZES
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TIMBER, PiAjK, BOAIIB!
ALSO, OW HAIVli
A. Kwt Comiileto
ScaDXling i Plank, surfaced toil rough,
Boardasarfaced arid roughj Battens,
PJclet,.BStic, Lattice, Clapboards.
AlJSe, IJf STOCK,
FINE ASSDRTMO'E WALL PAPEP
j, IAT8T STxiES:
MAIISrlOCKS, 4 - .,
Paintand Whitewash Brushes
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Palae Water White HigHTeXe81!?11!
Talean Water White
Lard Oil. Casior Oil. ItooiOil, CyBmier
India Sabber Flat Paokiaft 1-M, IS-Wj TSSSrViTa
BabhH Mstal, Canal Btffrow, Ithr. lJSitrS:!
Weston's CentrBngriBeltinf , snrior srtaclj t Cw5 'J
Scythes and Boarms, ui Km, j ir
Ttumire GardstfHoesvJrsae'aPIantera'Jrle. Axe
tS t)u famnta nwl KrwWtwllMl MnKB Steel
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Horse Shoes, Herae Nails, Flnishiajtlhas.
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XoeHBaMs, Sews, Hee,A(Hii, Avir$it,CMs.am, j
Machine and Uarri6CioU6; beat maiacaro
Vtowsaad Match Plaacs. Ai'aHIiaoof
Paiitts and Oils of ilia Best English atidiiierieaii
II STAPLE GOODS, SUCH .
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I Unbleached Cottons, Cherp, MciMasi and Fine j Brown awl " J
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A oapenor ASBoracsc or Ameneaa naiw xisaaris.
Golden Gate Baba Family Floor, Hawaiian Pin,
unbo &apir, Jiawaiian began, uorn ana x'eas,
aarmnes, unoni saBsaees. .steam-ray -a uysieis,
The Favorite Fancy and wasAing Soaps California asd 1
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Wbodtcard c Brown's "(
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Portland Cement, Sitgar Bogs,
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