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SICAN WATCH CO.,
.livarded GOLD Jfledal
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ifr itt t'l Q the Exhibition.
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AWARDED FIRST-CLASS COLD MEDAL.
The Only Gold 3Iednl: also. Two Special and
Tonr First Prizes for Watches.
tap -c bT tLf J-tttv It leraauoaat ErfciHtloo CranuHWs t lie
:ETSM. VrALITIEs F U.i.RAIE'OrWA'7HE,JIKwof5Iertt.
fV-i vtv VTinE fiF roilPEXfiATiNti KaXjiNl'Ev 1 tame
Muiu iu- there are several Worthless Watches
iMMn! myktcf Wmim Watches. I1"??? in pabiae umint
WSb nt pawif twfT ii mtiii .V lrt Tfcrj arc rt frirl atanufactnrr , and sold for
Agent for the Hawaiian Island.
At the Old Stand. No. 8 Kaahumanu Street,
TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKER
PIiTJMBING-, in all its branches ;
Artesian Well Pipe, all sizes;
STOVES AND HANG-US
iJaTfewT .w t- T-rr- 1 r trU- Qoees, Parser, A: Amy Uincw, Slapta ClilrUr, Hart;,
TT . Ldir-e CbirterOit. NrrrAle, Lwood nd UmdiJ Moves,
r7-; y"" t , 1,j-iv,J.-,jwiJljj! Gnffiitelrrm Ware. Nicte) llattd and llnin .
Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at
lowest Rates; Cast Iron and Lead Soil Pipe,
House Furnishing' Goods, all kinds;
u.u ..it viyrs vn oeades.
. . i t.: : Gaxraiuzftl Iron, bheei Corner. She. Lead.
In rap Irr 11 T . v l rt MirtOS!abnil lknrls Eaamtltd W:h SUndu,
Cnandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns
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J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
ftt'CCKK&Oltl TO . & 'WJIITJIV.
importing and Manufacturing Stationers
Publishers, Printers,Book-Binders and
The Oldest, Largest, and ChcipcsuStatloncry Establlsh
Nshmcnt in the Kingdom. Keep constantly on hand.
AFULLfrLARGB Assorfmcni of STATIONERY
or AU XuicriiitiOiiw.
In Our Subscription Departm't
general gltrthsniiit. .
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D! it M-BflK ii MPI RDLMEr BBPARTMEKT
We Make All Description. Blank Books,
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HavingaFirst Class Ruling Machine
In the PRINTINC DEPARTMENT, we are prepared to do ALL
KINDS OF BOOK AND JOB PRINTINC.
BOOK ORDERING DEPARTMENT :
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Just Arrived ! COMFORTABLE HOME
i3w2WX FOXt. sat.-r J
O NET WILE OF
light Portable Railway Kails,
the rsDEHsioxEn nis eecextlv
Ktted Vp in Elegant Style, ithe
.Large, noomy Uottage,
roraiCTlr Ixlocrfcr to ih. Imim t-.. --
B liL brj-ondLLe CoanrrrUl Ilotfl ITemlw. for
urir.rp wrAaurtK UKIODC'
INC HOUSE. nenimtomiifile&uzLtttratii
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale the Cargo of the
Tfcc FoUcwinc Lm of 3mtmdl t
C ii i- d JIatclies,
Fimcn' Eci.OT. BEST riASTEB,
Double and Single ;
Bale of Excelilor.
NESTS OF TRUNKS
S A. E S !
la God Order ud at Kilrraclj Low rrlcff .
A CnOICE SELECIJOXOF
33 a, sli e "t Tops
Brunnell Top Buggies
ALSO, l'ER IIAltll "
" EDWARD MAY,"
1'TtiiowCJIeU).lt,ao, 22,S ooocf
Ktgt of ComrMMltlon Nail,
Grocerers' Wagons !
Hand Carts, and Ox Carts !
all oftiii; abovl:
Goods are in an ExceUent
And n III I.CSOLII LOW, to CIom- Conslffn-
ok '. nncH r.it a co.
WILDER & CO.
Importers and Dealers in
BUILDING MATERIALS !
or AM. KI.MIS.
LATE ARRIVALS !
URGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
m 10 LIGHT SUGAR CANElWAGONS ; CaUed the - jouse
Tb HJ If HduMe for Asltaa. Tmnt
V ;." .. 'crp.fr in inr MLrdota for Comfort
B.J l.,r bt ,CJT CT ChrTf.l IV . e.7
Mruril Mrrl nn,ll Ibr, t. Ihr j.ri i KSErAicl'
wr its feeaaoMrr thK&&Bigv4tzloiterf
JT aftrol.!-. ffxttkrirTtlle.TtKaIrelI
1" mtmxthn rrtTUirr aji'j Lo
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I'roririftrt.i o! tbc " WLltr Hoqm '
1 wain; will renumber Mr.. mu
rnpelctrtti i of ibe Lodrlaf Sour on Fort ttrecL 14.
)'f a. Failiro51lrI. Witt! .i "r.,1 Con
XTPSOK SALTS. IX BOXKS I1R
XNoUIUtra Fori 'jeaa
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f Xtlm EaKlai and FaatI Ccrruta, in ilk and Win
'eaa-n.iirwadrmk. Fo salrbV
nun 111 11 1 ui uuiiiuia
ALL 7 HE USUAL SI OCA' SIZES
TIMBER, PLANK, BOASDS.
FESCIKO AND PICKETS
A Moit Complete Stock of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPE
BOLTS. SCREWS. lit
DRY REDWOOD !
Scantling; PlanV, snrface and rough
Boards, surfaced and rongli ; Baltem,
Pictcts, Knstic, Lattice, Clapboard.
Pant and, Whitewash (Brushes,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Eastern and California Make.
FOIl SILK IS- QUANTITIES TO SHT
r. 0 1.V- 1 xt. XOBH
Furniture - .Hsinnfactorv
J. H. BRUtMS. JR.,
ail Kits nmm,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES!
ALWAYS OS I1AXD. ASD .
ORDERS RLLED AT SHORTEST NOTICE
the rraimraE is
-AJl IVIncrlo toy mr-"nlTirTT
AST) OF TOE
BEST SEASONED STUFF,
No Pains will be Spared
SATISFACTION TO HIS CUSTOMERS
Ipholifrrmc Due t order.
Coffins Always on Hand.
"1 yu SEE.-SJ; I,
WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 7. 1S63.
Charge of the Highland Brigade.
Tit folionine Tmrt written tj prtwte la tie rim
Eitulloo GonJcm UlrtUntlcn, were printed recently
it CalrrJ for clrmlitlCTi In tbf rf.nrot. Sir Archibald
AHton exrree4 a tttj fumble opinion of rririte
Shirjx poetical rtfu, and irltn bis Judgment no t of
onr reader, QJaV, win be dlf pwed to ajrec-
nerraht mj U&. oU Scotlud'i plune.
In trimnph wtll miririrt;
And pTtrndlr xay old aUs boaft,
Uer Mmi bota ftaoncb nd brae:
And Irelind'i pride tie brare Elsntecnth
Who nrer yet knew t ear
Strnck terror to the rcV) bearti
Tint beard tnetr cbarrlns cbeer,
Hurrah 1 bcrrahl the Iiiffbland ttee).
Its bloody work baa done.
And fat and far the rtbelf fire.
For Tel-cJ-KebtrV won
Twai oa the ereslnc of the twcllU.
We formed npon parade.
And Alison, tn words like theft,
Addmred tli braTebrlcadt:
"My lada," be faJd. our Ion are itronc,
Their trencbea wide and deep.
And far and near acres the plain,
Ilia beary cunt can aweep;
So Healthily and tlJeatly,
Onr way to-nlcht we'll feel,
And then, ere dawsa the morslnc Jlftt.
Upon them with the PteeL
cheer aroae thronebont the ranks.
For illcfice wai the word.
But plainer ftlll their facet told
Bow deep thdr beam were stirred;
And roand their well-lOTCd Chieftain Up
The rmile that proadly played.
Said plainer far than wordi could ray.
I tract my braTt brtxade.
Rlcct we like knew bit Ulchland ladi
were fteady. firm and true,
And none coald better do the work
Laid ont tot them to do.
Aid then commenced that silent march,
Across the desert sand.
No eoond except tbe stealthy tread.
Or low, half-bached command;
A rettasd then once more on foot.
Without a soond or sign.
Still cloacr to tbe deadly trench.
Fretted on tbe thin rod line.
Now ellenco ellence on yoor licet.
No word a bore yonr breath.
If bnt their nonm foand ni now
Twoald mean a sweeping death.
At laat ranc ont their bujle aotee
Upon the mom Ins air.
And In the cloom the rlS nath,
Told ns tbe foe was tbm;
One Instant paue to Cx our atecl.
One instant, only one.
And with a cher that rent the tbe air.
The HIshlanders rushed on.
And roonjhelr Cashinr bayonetl qnencbed
The Urine chain of ire;
narrahl the foremost treneb It won.
The rebel hosnda retire.
Cut onward, onward to the front,
Adrance my otiih sons;
Although you've left bis trencbea clear.
YonVe yet to ukc bis run a.
See how bii enrsed rebeitbot
Amonntns plow the rrotmd.
And still bis UMlrected shell
Are bnrttlnc all arosad;
Another cbtrce, another cheer.
And stark bit runners lay,
Wblle redly clemmed onr bayonet blades.
All In tbe bursting day.
And now. my rallant Highland lads,
The Ttctory Is won I
Onr Indian uoopa take np pnrsntt,
Yonr wrk It almost done
Seel bow aero 9 the desert waste
In terror wild they y.
Or, canpine on tbe blood-etllncd sand.
In riddled heaps they lit
For Alexandria's bntchery
A doable debt they pay;
O Tictimt of a hellish hate.
You're well avenged to-day
Cod rest tbe gallant sonlt that fell,
In that fierce and bloody fight,
While brln-lng British plncL to bear.
Acalnat the rebel might;
And though their friends and comrades grieve
SltU glorioss nil to Ml,
For every Highland heart that's Mill,
A hundred rebels fell.
And proadly will the bcotch recall.
And long the rebels roe.
The Thirteenth of September,
Eighteen hundred and Eighty-two.
T, Mi a arc, tiordon IHehlanders,
C.i no, October Ittb.lSK,
It Is the Learinfi: of a man towards his fel
lows which oftentimes, more than any other
circumstance, promotes or obstructs his ad
vancement in life. Among the many good
qualities of mind and heart absolntcly neces
sary tor a mercnant 10 insure worldly success,
there is no one the importance of which is
more real, yet which at this is eo generally
underrated by many of oar business men,
clerks and salesmen, as courtesy that feeling
of kindness, dignity and love for our fellows
which expresses itself in pleasing manners. It
is an undeniable fact that many of ns arc un
fortunate in cot being the happy possessors by
nature of this desirous and charming quality,
good manners. For all such it is an impera
tive duty to study, to .cultivate, and imnrove
themselves in this qualification, by keeping a
vigilant and watchful care over all their ac
tions and transactions in every day life with
their fellow beings, Ilistory is crowded with
examples, showinc that, as in literatnre. it is
tbe delicate indefinable charm of style, not the
uongux, wnicn makes a worK immortal.
Emerson says: "Give a bov address and
accomplishments, and you give him the mas
tery of palaces and fortunes wherever he goes;
ne nas not toe trouble ol earning or owning
them; they solicit him to enter and possess.
Among strangers, a good manner is the best
letter of reoomraendatira, for a great deal de
pends upon first impressions, and these arc
favorable or unfavorable accord Inr to a man's
bearing, as he is polite or awkward, shy or
Ben-possessed. Planners, m lact, are minor
morals, and a rude man is generally assumed
to bo a baa man
Lord Chesterfield wrote to his son, "You
had better return a dropped fan genteelly than
give a thousand pounds awkwardly: and you
bad better refuse a favor gracefully than grant
11 cjumsuy. Aii.your ureeic can never aavanco
you from Secretary to Envoy, or from Envoy
to Embassador, but your address, your air,
your manner, if irood. may."
When wo como to look into tho history, past
and present of some of our best and most suc
cessful business men of the present day, we
find that nine out of ten are men of pleasing
manners, and that ther owe in a trrcat measure
their success in life to this important trait of
cnaracier, lor by it tney have made In cuds
and customers, though they may not have had
a dollar of capital to commence llfo with.
Their good manners and pleasing address made
capital for them, or brought it to them. As
Chesterfield said of the Soke of Marlboroutrh,
" his charm i DC manner often chanced an ene
my into a friend, and to bo denied a favor by
him was more pleasing than to receive one
irom anoiuer man tuna s jousim.
Shaving the Fac-
Thirty years ago a tfew persons of foreign
birth appeared in the streets with hair on the
upper lip, and were objects of curiosity and
sometimes of public ridicule. In 1650 some
of the young swells of the metropolis began
to wear moustaches, but for some time no clerk
would venture to imitate them. In one caso a
merchant of rinc street, who had tust enrajred
a clerk for twelve months, or during good be
havior, discharged him for wearing a full
beard, claiming that tbo adoption of the fash
ion laid the clerk open to discharge under the
good-behavior clause to the contract. About
tbe ame time a number of leadinr merchant
gave notice that they would employ nobody
who wore hair on tho upper lip. As lato as
1851 the Bcolor proprietor of this paper made
uis casuier enave ou an incipient moustache,
and soon'after brought his son under tho razor.
In the church of Dr. Bethnne, on Brooklyn
Heights, an cider who suffering from a lame
wrist, allowed his beard to grow rather than
Bubmit to a barber. The habit, beginning in
necessity, continued on account of the increase
of comfort which it afforded, and the elder
flaunted his beard before the conrreraticn con
stantly. Tho result was laughable. Many of
iuc uretarcn caiiea upon mo pastor to insist
npon doing away with such a scandal as a
full-bearded elder. He led them to his library
auu tuowea mem now some oi tbe early fa til
ers had pleaded against cutting off the beard.
ue lurneu to Jactantius, Theodore, St. A,n
gustine, and St. Cyprian, who had stoutly con
tended for the growth of the whole beard.
He quoted from Clement of Alexander tho as.
sertion that nature adorned men, like a lion,
with a beard, as a mark of strenirth nnii
er. When one of the visitors asked him how
he would like it if the clergy assumed the
moustache, Dr. Bethuno referred him to a
decision of the Fourth Council of Carthage
(a. . 252, can. 44.) in which it was positively
enacted that a cleric shall not shave his beard
and to a statement made by Luther in discual
sing ineBUDjccr,tuat all tbo Trotestant mar-
ivre were Durnca in ineir mil harii " ti,:-
did not settle the matter, for subsequently the
ladies 0f the congregation put in theirprotest.
But in a few months a VPnlnrpanmr, l9rP. t
his beard grow after the manner of the order
and in a little while smooth shaven faces were
no longer the rule but tho exception. JVev
Maxioo't Men of Boaineta.
m, : ..1 r . .
uo .Muumuf, is tatn irom on interesting
article in the Febrnarv nnmVr rF T1nrZZ.
MonMy: "It is perhaps thought that the work
ef improvement in Mexico is to bo effected by
MMai.u c.u4nj.u pas
sive, and allowiuir evervthinf to K -
uiuu ine ticw 11 Bupponoa oy me extent to
which the business of tho country already is
seen to be in the hands of foreigners. The
bankers and manufacturers are English, Ger
mans control hardware and 'fanov si. 1
French and Italians keep the hotels and res'-
tauranis. Xbe Spaniards bare groceries and
paimshops, and deal in tic nrodnet r,f
country. They have a somewhat Jewish reD-
administrators of the haciendas, ofipn
pnng the proprietors daughters, and possess
ing themselves in their own right of the prop
erties to which they were accrediteas agents
Whether it is due to this rivalrr in shrt-wr?"
oess or not, it is worth noting that there are
very few Jews in Mexico. Finally, the Amer
icans build their railroads for them. The Mex
ican proner is a retailer in m umall nM
employe, or, if rich, draws hb revenues from
his haciendas wiuch InmanveaaM Yi
eees where his money is made for him. These i
are cn an enormous scale. The chief part of
the land cf the country is comprised in great
estates, on which the peasants live in eemi
erfdom. Small farms are scarcely known."
Expense of a Trip to Europe,
Mr.PnltoD.of the Baltimore mnom. spent
seventy days in a trip to and in Europe and
back, accompanied by four persons, three la
dies, and he gives this prosaic information,
wiucii may be 01 vaine:
" Prior to Ieavioc Baltimore we planned the
whole cf our trip, calculating to be absent for
seventy days. We started on the 7th day of
July, nd reached Baltimore on our return on
the 1 5th day of September, having been pre
cisely seventy days absent. Of this period we
were twenty-three days on the ocean three
dava lonrrer than exrjected-leavincfortv-acren
days for the tour, which were spent as follows:
in Liverpool one aay, in onaon nvc uiys, in
Paris ten days, at Vichy Springs three days,
at Geneva four davs. at Berne one day, at In
ter! it cn three days, at Jurich two days, at
Lucerne two days, at Lake Constance three
days, at Falls of Rhine one day. at Strasburg
two days, atMayenco one day, down the Rhine
one day, at Cologne two days, at Brussels
three days, at Antwerp three days. The en
tire cost of this tour of seventy days, from
Baltimore and back to Baltimore, for a party
of five, three of whom were ladies, was $1,
SSi.20, being for each of the party $377, or
about $5.45 per day. This was for all man
ner of travelling expenses, including those of
aight seeing, carriage hire, operas, theaters
concerts, fees, etc Wo travelled first class in
the cars cverywhero except in Germany, and
stopped at the best hotels, in no way stinting
expenses. We were desirous of ascertaining
exactly for what such a summer trip coald lo
accomplished, and the accounts were kept
strictly. Of course all of the party spent con
siderable in tho purchase of whatever took
their fancy in all the cities through which we
passed. But these expenditures were no part
01 tue travelling expenses, it may be proper
to aJd that we were all persistent water drink
ers, and although everywhere told that water
was unhealthy and jee positively injurious,
we stuck to our favorite bevenge, using ice
uben could get it, and we return home
Improved in health and invigorated by our
The G-reat Success
BAILEY & CO.,
of nine large and flourishing stores in different cities.
nas crfairu great arsi ci iaia in onsinesa circiea ana
amonn the neonle. The new idea which the firm In
angersted of meeting tbe wants of millions of people.
Las strceeded so well that their business has grown to
mamifioth proportions. They commenced In a More
on Tranont How, Boston, a boot four years ago, and are
now olng a bastnessor $t,u,UAperanniim. They
have it ne Mores two In Boston, one In Ittiladelphta,
one tn Baltimore, one in New York, one in Brooklyn,
one ItiM. Louis, one in Lynn, 31a:s and one In Hono
lulu, 1. 1.
The anil n More in Soston is the larce slxstory
bnllditj;tl5 Washington street. It IsSuO feet drtp and
40 fecttIde,aoa Is filled wlthcrcrv conceivable kind
of groii connected with boa-e-beeplug. Tbe stock In
c lodes among other things, HW barrels of glassware
and aont 73 tons of tinware which gives an idea of the
amoutt constantly on band, from patrons to select
from-jone hundred girls are cmploved In this More,
and M bollday times more than sro. The secret of
Meten. BAILEY i Coa success lies in the knowlne
what tie people want, and they bare facilities to buy
large J.b Jots for cash, and ran control manufacturers'
stocksat bottom figures. Theboslnesa is both whole,
sale aid retail and Is almost exclusively confined to
fire, ti, and twenty-five cent goods. They have Inst
Sarchated a Job lot of buttons, consitting of 3UU,U00
oxraJtnd bate given one order for the printing of
bare sr.million sheets of music. From these facta it
will be Readily acen that they can sell many things at
tbe piicrs which astonish thousands of buyers. Those
who hast never vtttted their eitabllshinentt will find
it will ntv to da so as thev can bave bnt little eoncentlon
of the widcrness bargains which can be obtained for
the low Km. From the Bptton Paltr Globt 330
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Merchant Street, nonololo, II. 1
REAL ESTATE BROKER
And General Business Office.
Hon-o l ml 1-aml
afaetl and Sold;
In All Part or this Kingdom
Roomvto rcvt TiiRot'iinntJT lioxo.
1.1 LLA.ISLIU IIRH. LandlordsandOwn.
crs of lloueotind Heal rmtewlll bear In mind that I
amtbflonlyrecognlzedlalt.itate Agent and Ilone
Broker on tht Inlands. and It will be to ronr Interest to
place yonr Laids, Tenements and Itonms Into my hands
Particular attention given to procuring responsible
Tenant!; fall charge taken of Property for absentees;
Infutancc.Repalre, Taxes and Water Assessments at
EJIPL 0 YMEXT B UAE.l I'
I'OK .U.l.SEr.KINO WOHK OS THESE IS
en, and Tradesmen, and all employers w no desire
caifnl attention to their business, won Id do Wvll to
votiiy me when vacancies cxitt.
HOMES AND EMPLOYMENT,
bar friends abroad who con t emulate vliltlntr or rcsl
dng permanently on these Islands will find It adianta
Dnns to their comforts to call on me, on their arrlral
aid select their homes; and those desiring Employ
ieverydffcrtptlon attended to. Bills collected, legal
Ipers of all binds drawn, BooLa and Accounts kept
d solicited, and care taken to seek the interests of all
1 e new lre-nroof nc the new
Htazettc edifice, I am folly prepared to meet more
ith my enlarged facilities I imlie the patronaro of
iixrneontneoinerisianas to mate tneir parcuascs
1 Honolulu throoch me, gnaranteelng to give all orders
3c attention, ana to purchase all and every kinds of
.crrnanaitc soiiciiea, p roc on Dp iuc sanio vn inc ues
arKcianic irrms me cny auoruf,
Soliciting; Aeent for tho
5UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COBI'PV
OP 1V-E1.V YOXtK.
C3Sf AcV nowl edged to be tbe Largest Safest and most
are laic insurance company in tne woria. vn
M. OAT, JR., & GO.
Nfews Dealers !
No. 85 Merchant Street,
Save Just Received,
EX STMR. SUEZ,
Purses, Wallets, etc.
(hristmns and New Year's Cardjs
DIARIES FOR 1883
NOW IS THE TIME
'X 13 W S 1? A I Ii 11 S
jim 1011 ic ai. s
FOR THE COMINC YEAR.
W ill t.irr Prompt Attention to all Order. Krctlrcd.
J. M. OAT, Jr. CO
anu Drnrnon a.n r,. mi..i..A
j uturunu IIU rnaHLIJUl
Til READ TO 8 1.3 XXCTIEJ.
Somp O ord a, so
or American and Bassian Nannfactare.
ItaMtU Bolt Hope
Win 111 Bolt Jiopc.
Seizing, aUrlln, HonsUu,
Epanyarn, and IUttlln.
Ait of hkh will be sold as low as offered by other
SM BOLI.es A CO.
BLOCKS AND SIAST HOOPS.
PATCXT IBOJT STBAPPtU BLOCKS
Xetaltic Iron Ktnnn TtbwW. r.mi n..i.i.
Flala Boning, a fall aiMfflarot ofitr,,.
OU.ES C CO
H.HACKFELD & GO
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
JUST KECEIYED FER
BARKS KALE, AND I0LANI,
. FROM BREMEN,
Consisting la part of as follows -
A Luge Asst. of Dry Goods,
Dcnima. Vrovn and Whit Cottons,
Drill, Tickings, Turkey lied,
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
Krpps, CobonrKS, Alpaets, Italian Cloth, and
Fanci l'rln1, Twcntx-riTt cw, Sljles,
rrintcd Sattna, rompadoure, riaida,E
Outshams, Victoria Lawns, Satin Stripes,
1 ancr StnpPd Grenadinra,
M'hita Silk Japanew. Twills, Serrxs,
Toplins, Satin and Moire,
Black and Colored Velrets.
Black, Oroscrain, Fancy, Colored and Striped
Bneiskins, Diagonals, Tweeds, Cords,
Serges, SUeeias, Doeskins, Cantmeres, ic
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
(Woolen. Silled, Csllco, Hickory, Drain, e.)
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Whlto Bosom Shirts, .to..
Socks and Stocldngs, Handkerchiefs,
A L.VltOE IN VOICE OF CLOTHlXU
Fine Black Cloth Frock Coots and Pants,
Buckskin Sacks, Panta and Snita,
Felt, Mohair, Drill, Flannel Sacks and Fants,
Boys Shirts and Children's Jackets,
Monkey and Sailor Jackets.
Silk and I. a Umbrellas and ParaBols,
Fancy and TrarelingShawls,
Cotton and Turkish Towels.
White and Fancy Qoilts,
Felt lings and Brussels Carpeting,
Horee Blankets. White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two aires.
Scarlet, Oraufe,VUto Woolcn,3and 4 points.
Threads, Tape, Elastic Scarfs, Ac,
Silk and Velret Uibbons,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
PERFDJIEHT, FLORIDA WATER,
Genuine Ean do Cologue, Lnbin's Extracts,
Toilet Soaps, lltilooome. Hair Oil, Combs,
Mirrors, Looking Glasses. Pipes,
I. Ii. Balls, Harmonicas, Blank 1 toots,
Albums, Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Watches,
VIENNA FURNITURE: '
Extension, Ann, IVhlng Room and Parlor
Saddles, CalfJis, Girths, Stirrnp Leathers,
CRATES OF isSORTED CROCKERY,
ContaininrPlites, Cnps, Teapots, Bowls,
Chambcryt'ico Dishes and Bakers,
DemiiohaTs;3 and 5 galls ; Sample Bottles,
Vases jhd Glassware, Manila and Tarred liope,
JUmp and 1. 1U Packing, Coal Baskets,
Sugar tSs rtlco Bags
Of all sizes and qualities.
Coal Bags, Gunnies. Twine, Burlaps;
Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Linen Hose,
Sardines, in half and quarter boxes,
1. and P. Biscuits, Salt in Jars,
Castor Oil in Tins, Stearine Candles, 4, 5 and 6,
Matches, Coooanut Oil, Wash Bine,
Hubbnck'a Linseed Paint Oil, II white. Lead,
Whito Zinc Paint.
Do Laage fils and Bontelleau Brandy, and
Bum, Gin, SU Taul Beer, Ale and Porter,
Port Wine, sherry, Bhine Wine,
Fine and Table Clarets, Champagne,
Dry lleidseick Monopole, Ch. Farre,
O. II. Mnmm Co., Sparkling Hock,
Moselle, Ac Ac
German and Havan a Cigars
Plated Ware Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Tea Sets,
Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissors,
Sheep Shears, Needles, Spoons, Hies,
Spurs, Gah-anlzed Basins, Hoop Iron,
Keg Uivets, Hammers,
Yellow Metal and Composition Nails,
Babbitt Metal. Sugar Coolers,
Iron Tanks, Claritlers Ac Also,
Firo Clay, Blackhmith Coal, Fire Bricks,
Tiles, Empty Barrels, Oak ISoats, Ac
Order, from the other (land, carefally
attended to by
H. HACKFELD &CO.
TO OUR FORMER STOCK,
Ex Suez, Kalakaua & City of Sydney,
Ship Chandlery A Ship Stores
Cordate, Hemp Manila, Cotton DqcV,
FlixCanra. Flax ball Twine, Beeswax,
Blotkfc, . Oari,8toSirt: bhacblci
Balea of OaLntn. lJootai and Thimbles, Club Block.,
b natch Blockt, Iron itrap BIocLa, Row Lock,
ilatt Head, Metatinn and Vatent Barhlnjrs,
Mvlerea. aistd. lxei : btoekbolm Tar.
Plleb, Uoal Tar, Tar Oil,
Brlaht Varnish, Black Varnlib,
wire Ki-dntr, Marline,
Sponyara, Caalldnc Irons,
lron Tackf,ConnectInsUnLa, Marlln hnlkei.
In? Mallets, Matt Hoop.,
tf plkre, pitch Mops, Tar Brttsbce, Ac,t Jtc.
Paints and Paint Oil
A Fall Assortment of All Kinds and Colors:
raclflc Rubber Taint, a new lot, Inclodlntr all tho
BRUSH 3H S !
r';k,. .. VarnUh, rtncll,
Whitewash, Paste. Artlit.
bUoe, bcrnb aud bash,
A COOD ASSORTMENT OP EACH:
Axes cfcs JHlritolaots !
PH LVXTERSS AND SIDE L1QT1TS Tbe Ite&la
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
A Fall Assortment of Fine Grocerlei, including
Ome Chlalil VHrllianf PtnoaJn..
Table rieFrulU. Jams and Jellies, new article nnt
in bv a new flim ami e.nvi.ki.u. ' t y
them a belne cometblDt? realW nicer
AJfewLot of Teas, Inclndln? some superior Janan
nns, Bacon, Lard, Smoked Beef, la lnr, new arUcle;
CUI.ni ED OTSTEltfe,
KITS 8AUI0X BELLIES,
KIT! TONGUES ASD SOUNDS,
Codfib, Cbeeae, Oxford Sannajt, In tins:
BalMnf, In i, U and half boxes;
Tt i ( . V"?V" . vnrran", in s s lb. tint:
Pickles, In 1 cal-bf. caU flts. and 5 sal. keci :
Corn Slareh. Tin Vi..iti
Macaroni, bried Applra,
Flour cfc D33rea,ci
Golden Gate Extra Kamllr.
EldoratU, Golden CIlj,
r Jt . . wrauani, n ana torn Jieai.
Medlnm Bread, Crackers, an aficrtmcnt;
nie, iiur, cainon nioi llread.
Soda Biscuit, RICE AND COFFEE.
WHALE AND hPERV OIL.
wi'EKM CANDLES, U andGa;
ALL OF THE ABOVE
Sold at llic Best Market Rales
Baj-ers are rowt reipectf oily InTited to call and
Examine Our Stock.
BOLLBS cfc OO.
New Croods by Iiatc Arrivals
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW YORK & ENGLAND,
Received by Castle & Cooke
ALSO, TO ARRIVE BY VESSELS DDE FROM ABOVE PORTS. AND
To BH Sojdip at HOTTEST BATES
. GOODS . .
Suitable for Plantations, Country Stores
Or FAMILIES. Onlerrs Fillet! at Shortest Notice and with Satis
Inctlon to L'urchasers Attentiou is Calleil to Onr
Improved. Paris PLO "W
THE ONLY GENUINE TARIS PLOW MADE OF POLISHED CAST STEEL, and GuaraatMtl
Equal, If not Better, than any Steel Break! a Wo i the Market Also, other Bakes or
Plows on Hand of Mollne Plaw.Co., Joan Deere X Co.. ate Oanr llow.
HorfoUoes Planet Jr. Cane Knlrea, mide of best steel to oor order. Tlastera Hoes, 0 1 Sand Xi Scrtfc.
nths. Axe and IMck Mattocks, Pick. I toe. Adxe.oo, Axe and other bandJe. tUMwlVeedC.m
Leather Belli ng, 3 to It Uch. best qnalltj . India libber Hoe, W. , 1, IV IH and ! tneb Ox Yoke'
Ox Bows, Axles, for bone and mule carts, Tortable Forges. Eagle Anvil, t'anai Barrowt '
Soaostone and AsbcMos Steam lcklnr, Best Mat India Rubber Steam Packinr. s t. t. j0CB
Baboet Metal, Lace Lcatberand Lactnrs India Rubber Steam Pack Inc. round and Moaxr all a'xca
Asbestos Roller Corertnj and Steam Pipe do.. Machinery oils- lard, castor and cylinder .Neata Foot 01,
DISSTOITS CELEBRATED SAWS AND FILES, ALL SIZES;
Latest Improvements in Shelf Hardware
Habbtirk's BLOiKat Very Low lute,: HaonBck'a Watte and Bed Lead. Ztnt. Small Patau t. Olt
Hlake Msnnractnrlnr CVa steam feed. Irrlcatlnt and Vaesnra ramp,. Wc-too's ratent Centrtrsrali
Baroed Wire, I'lala Fcncini Wire, Oaltanlied ltool as. "imivcntnnirals
STAPLE 3D RY Car O O ID S I
'Dcnlmf, 8and9oi; Ticklnrs A C A B aud D Bleached and rableacbed Cottons. Raapta Diane"
Brown and. Bleached Prills, Linen Shectlnr. Mosquito Lace Net, Blue and Scarlet Flannel
A Fine Assortmmt of Wblte Flancle. Also,
STAPLE GROCERIES, Golden Gate, Star & Superfine Flour
Columbia Hirer Salraoo, Baro Beans. Also. California Lime. Portland and nydranlic Cement
For Kerosene Oil We Offer THE PALACE, and Guarantee
it cannot be beat for quality or price; also, THE
VTJXCAN, a good oil and above test:
WOODWARD & BROWN'S CELEBRATED PIANOS!
Tho Cheapest liooil lMaiio; Xcir llinen Organ Co.'s I'arlor Organs.
SUGAR MUX !
FOR SALE CHEAP
I SECOND-HAND MILL !
IiOLLERS aOiB-Thick Cajtlija wttli
Spur-Wheels & Pinions Complete
T1 ii ; . f . .
ajYcijrming m peneci oraer.
VwtTtil for In ilie, narlailroandeane for
SIT- Applj to CASTL; COOKE, or to
" rala, Xaal.
K.W.MF4IIUISiC0.ew goods i
offeb DILLINGHAM & 03
The Follow iiit- MerchaiulKe just
are noir epenlne a bnlcndld Assortment of Good)
iroin.irw loraana r.nr.iano. 10 wnica inev rnpecl'
SU TO ARRIVE PER ... .
fair Invite the attention of bnrrr Th Gooda caTtt
wi(ut iui ta.u a, in. igrai pnc'S ruiar prt
Ttont to the recent advance, are offered noon ezeptioa
allj faroranle term. tpccUl attention l called u
"I THEIIt EUU. LINKS OP
AdHlCrLTl'ltAL IMl'LEMEXTS !
Made opoa the njxntlens ef fcojar Planters, ha t
been pronoaneed by competent jttd; to be the
Sntrogost,; Easiest Handlod,
And meet effecttTe Breaker erer latrodari.d tnto thll
TOLL LINES OF MOLINE PIOWS.
STMR. HANSA "
NOW FULLY DUE:
Cases. 6, 7, 8 and 0 feet. Lest Enelisli Corru-
gatcil lioonng, (lalranircd Ridging for
Bbls. licit English Portland Cement,
Bdls. best Annealed Fencing Wire, Xos. I, 5,
Bdls. beat English Galvanized Fencing Wire
"os. 5 and 6,
Coils Galvanized Wire Hope, all sizes,
Bales Gcnnino Twilled, Blne-atripcd
(Of which there is a number of worthless
imitations in tho market). Wo aro tho Origi
nal Importers and SOLE AGENTS oftbeso
Celebrated Bags, and tho great demanda for
them from tho planters baa induced some
manufacturers and their agents to ect np a
cheap imitation of them.
A Fine Assoifmt. of Crockery!
A Splendid lot of English and French Grocer
ies, (particulars will bo given on arrival
of tbo Steamship " llansa?' ALSO
A small in.voico of beautiful Irish Linen Dam
ask, Sheetings, and Cambric Handker
chiefs, direct from Belfast, Ireland.
A small invoice of choico WATER. COLORS,
by Celebrated Artists.
Also, to arrive by Vessel now loading at
A Cast-Iron Vacuum Pan
0 feet in diam. by 7 feet deep.
1 Vacuum Pumping Engine, H-inch Cylinder
and 12-inch stroke.
3 Wrought-Iron Tanks, cadi 1,000 gallons
1 Wrooght-Iron Chimney, 65 feet high, 37-in
ui.ui., t-o-incu intcK.
1 Multitubular Boiler, 10 feet long, G feet in
diameter, wilh furnace, front doors, etc.
4 30-inch Weston's Patent self balancing Sua.
iicuucu auRar-iurinc t.'eniriioirai Ma
chines, with the requisite independent
Iron Framing, WronghHron Sugar Mixer
oi i.ura gallons capacity, with stirrer.
unving uear &c.
1 High-Pressure Diagonal
Steam Engine !
0-inch Cvlinder. lg-ineh ,l,nl.
Governor, Fly-wheel and Belting for
4 o-slls. Steam (JlarifJers,
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
ft, lengths; 14 lbs. to the yard
Jait received per "Duke of Abercorn.
WApplrto W L. GREEK, or
G. W. HACTARLAXE A Co,
iUll Accati for Jpo. roCT ci
STEAM AND VACUUM PUMPS
TIIUTOTDERSICXED II V-EJTrSX
received pet Amr Tomer. r7i ?.Pf
sent of these celebrated Pirmns vihlci ,i'r, A?.1JT
to be cheaoer and bir ,f r.p V5.? !! aran.
cattd and more ferrlcabit Um mktr Ln
e man otter paniM.
arrow riowi, icverat aizea and alvlei
Cnba linear flows, bldo 111!) 1'lowa.
liable acd Mtrla Shovel 1'lowa,
butwoll riows, aadTeleiraph rtawj It
Uarrovo of dlfrrent patterns. Inclsdln: the Tramn
ratent Harrow, which haa met with aach eea
eral favor darlni the present vcavos.
CULTIVATOItS, HOUSE II0ES,c.
A Larse Aarortmeat
Ox Yoke, Ox Bowi, Oi Chalnl.
rr . . 'J,'? ITtUrr.Omb Hook ( Mmtthia I jck'
Wetton'a DtHerentlal milev Blocki.
Carriage Springs, Cart and Carriage Axle.
Todder Catlera. Corn 51111a. nomlsy JIllli
Garden and Canal Barrowt
Vlth jrrnulL.0 Concord AxletjtW to $004 lbs
capacitj on band
LUBRICATING OILS A SPECIALTY.
ATbanj Cylinder Oil, Compound tad Capt
In qualities to salt, of the farorilr ELECTRIC biial
KEROSENE OH STOVES
la treat varlctT-aomcthlns practical and entlreljnew.
English and American Paints and Oils
Taint and Whltcwuh Bra abet. Turpentine
A FELL LISE.
rnmpa ltd Uidraallc Rami.
Powder, Shot and Capa,
Sheet, Lead. Babbitt Slcul, Sheet Zinc
Boaet Tin Plate, Wlr. Cloth,
sanca rani and Fry Pani,
Charcoal Irona. Wooden Ware.
SHELF HARDWARE Or ALL KINDS,
Tooli and Labor Saving Devlcca.
A LARGE VARIETY of SCALES
riatfona Scales, Dormant Stale.,
pJimS;!?!: "?,7;' and Batter Scale
ramuj Scales and Balances.
House rurnisliing Goods,
AFoIl Line of Tinware. Arau Iron Ware
J Cream Freearrs from ji M nowar. t
Hammoeki and Hammock Chair?" '
Lamps, Chandollors & Lanterns
elferteri,11,1' " ,,0,k after partaaa C
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
lw'rMLrt"T f tarefaaT and prompt; aa
DILLINCHAM A CO,
(WeriBs Boilers, Steaw Pipes
Saves 25 per Cont. of Fuel-
PRICE REDUCED TO S7.50 BBL.
THEO.H. DAVIES AC0
LL PERSONS 'SEEKING EMPLOYHEHT
ln Want of Employeos
WIT! .,1-..- . v. .
lined, who will do all la their power to 111 theii mint
-sj Jo.t ataaad. frein and tn
EF" Tn Sale by