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Paris, Sopiomlmr 21. At tlio Cabinol
Ontmcil yoitorday il was ngrrcil lint llio
prorcftlinga. ngnitiat tton rocognirod orders
shotild lm grnilnnt, prcformro bring given
Ut er unlikely to provoko legal ronlllclfl.
v Arclibi"joli Ouihrrl linn published two
long lollors, tliodrdt nddrrnRotl lo Uo l'roy
rinnl, on (lm (illi instant, nnil Din second to
Prvaidnnt (Irovy, on Hid lUth inslnnt. Tlio
fiirmor nroloslp in llio tinnio of liberty.
ngninst tlio religions ilrcreoi, find pointH to
llio many nets of clinrily tmrformed by llio
Odors niitlor his control. Tlio second lot
tor in mrnilnr in stibslnnro nnd lono.
Panama, Srpl. 10 (via. Nkw Voiik, Sent.
21. -Tho Peruvians nro nclivcly engaged
in drilling mid organising their nrmy for
tlio protection of Limn, nnd in fortifying
the oity. Kvon tlio Clnnrso nro joining in
llio univrrsil enthusiasm, nnd llio niiclutis
of n Coicsllnl gnnrd linn nlrondy beon form
ed of six of tlio richest Cliinnmcn in tho
capital, nnd n corps of boiiio six hundred
men of the host Chinese nooiety In offered.
Tho mission of GliHstiniio.y, tbo Atuorienn
Minister from Pom to tbo South, turns out
now not lo ho ono of ponce, but for tbo
purpoRo of presenting certain clninm to
(Jliilo for dnmngon caused to American
Jiroporty during tbo war.
Ni:w VoitK, September 24. Tbo Timet
mys: "After Maud S hnd IrolUd with St.
Jiiliou, nnd tbo two hnd lied on tboir fnni
ouh time, sho is nnid to hnvo been snlcnhlo
at $60,000 i no wns her competitor, nnd hov
ral oiler nt that figuro worn mndo for tbo
homo when ho trotted a milonlono in 2: 1 1 .
Now that tbomaro hasdononmiloin 2:10,
it is nnid that divers turfmen nro willing to
givo $100,000 for her, considering thnt bor
innking the Inmost trotting tinio on record
is fnlly worth an advnnco of ono hundred
WAHitiNnTON, Sqitombor 24. Tho Troas
nry estimates will reduco tho debt 1'2,
000,000 nHonst thin nionili. Tho rovoimo
for tho past yonr has been over a million
doltarn for ench working dny, nnrnoly, 3JI4,
000,000 against $274,tX)0,000 in 1871), do.
npito tho reduction on tobneco.
Toronto, September 2 t. Tbo Sovorign
Grand Lodgo, I. O. O. P., adjourned yon
lord ay. Although otbor placca held out
ntrong inducement), Cincinnati, Ohio, wan
chosen at tho locality for tho next session
of. tbo Grand Lodgo. Tho Kovisory Corn
miltco on chango of Ritunl mndo an ox.
hnustivo report, tho.disciiHsidn of which
occupied much timo. Tho report, howovor,
with nomo alteratiotiR was nccoptcd. ThiH
rnakoR a radical chango in tho dogrccn, re
ducing them from fivo to thrco in number,
nnd alHo cbnnging tbo langungo and style
ro an to present thorn with tho samo. effect
nn ttnaimpmont aogrcoH. it is a query
among nomo of tho older monibors wliothcr
it is an improvement, but timo will show.
Tho apponl cases from California, of .II. T.
Doranco and G. W. Lowin, havo been acted
on by thuCommittoo; tho former sustained,
tho lnttor dismissed. Tho point involved
in onch is nbouttho samo, and tbo decisions
merely affirm a wolUknown Inw of tho
Order, viz : that tho question of dues, be tie
fits nnd Lodgo flunncoR is entirely nnd ex
clusively under tho jurisdiction of subordi
nates, and neither Grand nor Sovereign
Lodges can interforo with thorn, unless
Rnid.BabordinatCH are using their funds for
purpoBos prohibited by constitutional law.
llctnrnR received at tho Census Offico in
dicato that, tho population of tho United
States will bo littlo over forty-nino millions.
Some of tho back counties, particularly in
tbo West', nro panning out handsomely. In
New England and tho South, where it. was
calculated tho increase would bo compara
tively slight the returns show larger gains
than wcro anticipated. ThiH ih particularly
tho case in Now England cities. New York
lms over five millions, Pennsylvania four
and a quarter millions, Ohio, about threo
and a quarter millions. Tbo rnco between
Ohio and Illinois for third placo in very
close, Illinois lias greatly tho advantage
in having a larger territorial extent, and
can ultimately hold more people. It is
probable, howevor, from tho returns re
ceived, that Ohio wilt hold third place, al
though tho official count will bo necessary
Writes a London correspondent of a
French paper : " No ouo in England who
ban not (,000 a year ( unless ho is very
extravagant) eats oysters now. Thore
are conrso nnturcs of tho samo class that
eat whelks, who condescend to tho Medina
or Dutch oyster, but thoy nro nobodies.
Tho exquisite 'nativo was formerly tho
precursor of all good dinners. Don't you
remember how Mrs. Nickleby speaks of tho
guntlemnn who always ate a couplo of
dozou lobsters before diuner to givo him an
ppotite, but it is now almost a stranger to
my palate. Under these circumstances, tho
article in tho Medical Record, this week,
Why Wo eat Oysters Raw, ' is not only
superfluous, but a mora mockery and insult.
What use it to tell us that tho combination
of its ' glocogon ' aud tho ' hepatic diastaso '
is exceedingly wholesome t It may bo so,
though if it is, it is ono of tho few cases
where a nice thing turns out to bo whole
'some; but whatdoos it matter if ouo is never
to taste it again?"
General Melikoflf, the Csnr's double, is
natd to be buying up tho Nihilists. Tho
Alyeincme Z&tung repr.onU him as open
ing negotiations with Nihilists of high rank
who were confined in the fortress of St.
Paul, Under a strict pledge of secrecy, and
on an assurance that their future Bbould
not" be neglected, he obtained from them
the uames of the " men of light aud leading"
among tho Nihilists. Tho two prisoners
were rewarded fur their revelations by im
mediate release. General MelikofT next
fiut himself in communication with all who
md been described as prominent members
of tho conspiracy. As he had doue with tbo
first two, so he did with thorn. Treating
with each man individually aud confident
ially, he " bought them off, " one by one,
and so adroitly was tho transaction man
aged that no soul among thorn could tell
but that his was an exceptional case, or
that his colleagues had been dealt with in
tho same manuer. Uy far the larger num
ber of persons were sent out of tho country
in secrecy aa'poliUciil'ageuU to Houuielia,
Servia, Greece. Mtd'Oouttanttuople ; while
others were retained on stipends until an
opportunity for employment should offer.
The works which are going on at Abott's
Cliff Tunnel, between Folkestone aud
Dover, on the $QtkMtrn Railway, in
.oounectiou with, ti sinking of a abaft or
teattug the geological formations of the lo
calUy witk view to the formation of a
tunnel betweeu England and France, were
ipsuected yesterday and pronounced satis
factory by M. Lou Bay aud the, 'French
eiiKiaeern, including M. Duval, M. Oreton
aud tbe Couut De MoutobelK A shaft J
ninety feet ilrrp has been sunk from tbo
level of tho ougino hoiiso nt high wnlcr,
nnd n bending linn boon driven lo tlio level
of high wnlrr mnrk. Powerful nincbtuory
has beon fixed for tbo purpose of driving nn
nlmoaplioric drill, with which it in intended
to drivo n bonding nn fnr nB Dover, a ilia
lanco of thrco tnllos, tindor tlio lino of mil
wny, llio heading nt Dover to bo !100 fret.
Tlio experiments nro being rirrifd out un
der tbo direct ion of Colonel Ilcnumont nnd
Cnptnlu Kngllsh. Tli'o Southeastern Unit
wny Com piny hnvo mndo a grnnt of (),
000 for tho work.
Nr.w Yoiik, September 2 1. -Tbo Ffrrnhl
puhtiHlicfl a lotler of a corrcnpondonl who
nccompinicd tho Sclmtka expedition to
King Willinm'fl Lnnd. Tlio Rlory refers
moro pnrliculnrly lo llio SncidotilN of tho
grcit ntcilgo journey. Thie iHRtipploinonlcd,
lioworor, by tbo discovery of relics nnd llio
examination of nntivo wHiiorrch which loid
to tbo snd conclusion thnt tlio fnlo of tlio
ofllcorH nnd crow of tbo JArcbui nnd Terror
wnH terrible, oven to tho utmoRt limit of
tho imnuinnliou, nnd thnt tbo record of
tho J'runklln exjicdittoii nro lost beyond
recovery. Old men and women oT tin)
KR(iiimnux toll tbo Rtory of llioso who weio
doubtless llio Inst survivors of tboso nn
fortunate vesRelN with n miuutcuosH of de
tail nnd evident truthfulness which jiluro
their fnlo beyond n doubt. Of whnl brcuuio
of their grcnt lender, and a Inrgo number
of men who hnd constituted tho crowR,
nothing could bo discovered. Only a Hinnll
party of officers, blnek nbout tbo mouth,
with no (IcrIi on their bones, wcro kccii
dragging n boi)t ncross tbo iro, mid then
thoy dihnppcnrcil, nnd nothing moro wits
seen of them until their nkololonH wcro
foilud under their boat and in n tout, n
prey to wild bents, nnd with drondful ovi
iloticei thnt thoy hnd been driven to feed
on tho wenkor of their commniouH beforo
finnlly yieldiuif lo starvation nnd cold.
Such is tho snd conclusion which tho dis
coveries of this expedition irresistibly led
to. What liccnmo of tho records of tbo
rankln cxjiedition that wcro with thin
party is also painfully evident from tho
testimony of nntives, who nnturnlly con
Ri'dorcd them of no importance, mid by
whom thoy wcro allowed to bo around iih
plnylhingH for children, nnd woro event
ual ly destroyed.
Of Info years tho trontmont of RPn
Ri'cknoss by moans of tho spinnl icelng
has como into vogue, and tbo ovidouco
ndduccd in its favor is very striking. It in
Rtipposcd that in non-sickness tliero is nn
abnormnl supply of blood to tho spinnl
cord, and it is obvious thnt upon this sup
position nuy modo of trontmont which
would reduco this quantity- would provo
beneficial. At first sight it would scorn
that tho application of ico to tho spino
would bo anything but agreeable ; but
tboso who hnvo used it aro uunnimous in
nRserting thnt, on tho contrary, it is quito
pleasant. It is obvious that ico applied in
blnddors or by any of tho ordinary methods
would occasion grent discomfort and would
restrain tho movements of tho patient nnd
compel him to remain for tho most part in
ono position. Tho spinal ico bag is mndo
of iudia rubber, tho month 'being closed by
means of a clamp, which effectually pre
vents tho wntor from escaping as tho ico
molts. Tho ico is retained in position by
iiieano of tapes, or may bo sustained in the
caso of men by buttoning tho waistcoat and
coat lightly over it, or, in caso of women,
by tightening tho dress in liko manner.
When properly secured tho wearer need
not remain lying down, but is nblo to sit up
or wnlk about as usual. For short pas
sages tho bag should bo filled beforo start
ing, but on most of tho trans-Atlantic
wtoamors ico is obtainablo in nuy quantity,
aud tho bngmny be replenished ns necessity
indicates. Each bagful when applied to
tho back melts in nbout a couplo of hours.
In warm weather it mny bo ndvisnblo to
hnvo tho ico bag packed in n box contain
ing sawdust. For passages of several
hours' duration it mny bo necossnry to
carry a supply of ico, properly packed, and
an ice breaker for tho purpose of reducing
it to fragments. From two to thrco pounds
of ico for overy two hours tho passago lasts
is tho quantity roquircd. People whoso
liability to son-sicknosu is not vory grcnt
will usually find thnt the mnlady may bo
wholly prevented by tho application of tho
ico bng as soon as they begin to feel
qualmish. In nil cases tho ico bag should
bo placed in immodiato contact with tho
skin, and it is recommended that it should
not be brought higher up tho spine than
the middlo of tbo back of tho nock. Wheu
tho patient is lying down tho ico bag hns a
tendency to slip upward to tho bnck of tho
head, but this is easily remedied. People
who aro unusually prouo to suffer from
sea-sickness should apply tho bng immedi
ately on going on board or bofore tbo vessel
starts. Ah auxiliary measures, swallowing
littlo pieces of ice, and tho application of a
hot wntor bottlo to tho feet, nro of im
portance. Women and Out-door Sports.
Tho timo has now como when women
may take part iu our out-door spurts, aud
ovon athletics Blaikie, the new author on
tnuBclo, gives a clonr view of how a woman
can carry on hor household duties, nnd
combine with them a mild form of gym
nastics. This does not mean that a woman
must jump up and down with a pitcher of
milk or boiling soup in hor hand, but cer
tain motions, such ns closing nnd opeuiiig
tho nngors from tho palms of the hand,
strengthen tho n)uscles of tho fore-arm,
while other motions, as easily made, de
velop tho muscles of tbo chest and back of
the body. American women havo no
longer the right to be invalids. Long
walks, plenty of fresh air, horseback ex
ercise, open a wido field of en joy moot.
Heated ballrooms and the " German" aro
somewhat neutralised by tho fact that it is
tho fashion to cultivato tho muscles, and
wheu that has been said all has been said.
A fiibhionablo young lady, "a frivolous
girl," probably waltzes ton miles during a
night's "Gerraau," so why should not a
scusiblo girt walk fivo miles each day, piny
at croquet or tennis, which by the wny is
bard work aud not play, and in that way
earn good sloop, good digestion and good
spirits r AH these are tho most dcsimblo
things to possess. In comparison with
them the luxuries of life lose their zest. To
bo strong, healthy and happy is the sum
muin bwiHin of life. American ladies may
some day possess the splendid vitality of
their English cousins. America already
carries oil' the palm for beautiful and well
educated women. They are, however,
made delicate in the first place by tbo
severe climate which forced lh.m too often
to lead an indoor life. The vital force is.
of course, lessened, tho muscles relax aud
a protracted mvalidwm often follows. But
let the habit of regular exoretsa nniw hn
gained, aud tba American irirl., with liriirht
eyca aud glowing cheek, will hold her own
ncninst tho bcllon nnd beauties of other
nnlioiiR. " Look nt tho fnmoiifl bointicB of
my ngo," writes Jllnikio, "nnd everything
in picture nnd stntno points to firmness nini
Rymmotry of make, a freedom from either
llnbhincRfl or IcnnnesR. Tbo Vciiiircr nnd
Tuuor, tho Mlnorvnfl, Niobns and Helens of
mythology, tbo MndonnnR, tbo mrdunvnl
boaulfrs, nil nliko hnvo tbo well-do eloped
nnd nhapcly shoulder nnd nrm, tbo high
client nnd vlgoroiiH body, a firm nnd erect
enrringo. A thin client or a flnt Rhonldrr,
a feeble, poor nrm, or a contracted wnlRt
would nt onco hnvo mnrrrd tho tiicturn or
Rtatuo. Tlio Bnmo viiroroim oxureiflo of
training which brought forth womnn's
pliynlrnl beauty in nnci"iit days will bring
it out now. To promiFO n woman tho
benuty of Vonus or of Helen holdx out n
ntrong inducement to the hollos of tho
proRcnt day; nnd If physical culture brings
so high a rownrd the irymrinninm will In
crowded by npptirniilR for ndtnisHioti, nnd
book mid embroidery thrown nsido nnd
oxohntigrd for tho pirnllrl barn nnd other
gymiinRtin OTcrrihOR," Morton Traveller.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
37 Fort Stroot,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A KINK AHHOIITMKNT OF
Geo. Wostenholm's Celebrated Cutlery
All MImhi mill Nhnprn.
Cast Steel Firmer Chisels,
Steel Measuring Tapes,
Metallic Measuring Tapes
FENCE WlllU BTETQUEH8
For ftcttlnic up llr !
HARNESS, BRIDLE, TKACB
POLICE HAND CUFFS!
Tinned nnd Ironed Table Spoons,
Salter's Light Ilalunccs,
Painter's draining Combs,
Limerick Fish Hooks,
All direct from the Manufacturers in England,
AMERICAN COFFEE MILLS.
Hygienic Water Filters & Coolers,
No Ico Ilrqulretl.
WATER FILTERS & COOLERS
(Willi eoaupnrimcul for lee )
Have Constantly on hand
rULI. LINES OF
Builders' Hardware, "
House Furnishing Goods,
Silver Plated Ware
Lamps and Chandeliers,
Counter and Platform Scales,
Garbolizcd Itubbor Hose, 3 uud 4 ply.
CELEBRATED MOL1NE FLOWS
Paris Steel Plows,
With Lei ami Wuod Handles.
Tbe Bain Wagon,
Cortland Wagon Manufacturing Co ,
Galvanized and Paiutud U.irticd Fence Wire
Averill'a Cliomic.il Paint,
OiilirornU Wiro Works,
llallidio'H Wiro llopo,
Albany Lubricating Compound,
Albany Cylinder Oil.
Kerosene Oil a Specialty.
DILLINGHAM A CO.
W) 7 rt hlrrot. IInnit.
O-uva J oily,
REFINED A. NO. 1- SUGAR
F. EC O H. KT,
Pratical Confectioner Pastry Cook
Fionas' Staam Candy, Factory
Ltaua sat TaasrUd ! always oa ksaa
T a m a rlnda
Put up In A. No. I Rcflnnl Hucttt, highly
recommended for He voyagci.
Aaarioaa, Uraaeh, log lisk
Made to Ocdi r at hort Notice.
Wadding Cakaa Ornamantad
la tbe Bljfht Htlo of Art.
Well fif.h bqbio made Chocolate, Clean, Cocoasat ad
. 71 Main SMrrat aa r
' ' S HSly qr
II Cor aU by BOLLKS Co.
' r-. reiHJnLJ-L3V
C. BREWER & GO.
OFEEll FOR HALE TO A1UUVE
ny tub PINK
AMERICAN BARK ANT TURNER,
NRWKMi, Mttfrr, how kIkiiiI ilnr fmm lio.lon,
The Following List of Merchandise :
Hlonm Conl In bulk,
Uiiinliurliuid Conl In raskn nnd bulk,
Hlnvo Conl In c.ixka nnd bulk,
Oik Plunk, I trirli to 8 fncli,
Jliirrol Tar. I'llcb nnd KorIii,
Cnnnl Jlnrrown wltb Iron Wlioala
Tiirpcntlno, Paint Oil, I.tnl Oil,
llunlom Pino llnrrol 8li(ifik,
lloitnn Card Malclio.
NEW STYLES OF FURNITURE
Parlor and Mcdroom Set.
A Fine Line of Groceries
Tomato nnd Mock Tnrllo Hoiip, Iriuli Blow,
Htowcd Ciilvoa' Hcnd, llnrrlcot Mutton,
Jiuimiurn, uiaiiin, uoril. roan. Tniiiiilnna.
Snimngo, Clam Olmwilor, Lard, Family Pork
Cotton Duck. Nob. I to 10
Oakum, llont Ilonrdfl, Wlinlcboatu,
A cliolcu Holcctlon of lluntun OrackcrH In 21b
Manlln Cordago, all nlzon from fl tbrcad 1o
Oars, WuHblKiafda, UuckctH,
Hair MaltrcBBca and Pillown,
Curled Hair, Kxcolxior,
Iron SiiIch, nsHortcd nizcn,
Mlcbigan Pino I,umbor,
Iloo HandloH, Wood So.it CliairB,
Hldo 1'oIboii, Sugar HngH.
Boiling Top Office Desks,
Office Chain, Baby Carriage,
Jump SeatExtension Carriages,
1 Brownelfs Baggy.
An Invoico pf Rcflncd Iron, nH. rte I.
Corrugated Iron. Fcnco Wiro, Hubbur ijlting
an invoice: or
Downer's Kerosene Oil
New tylc, got up especially for I'lanlatlnn use for cane.
Extra Wheels and Axles for Male Carls.
HF-All of the above Ooodi will be offered to the trado
at priced that will be aurc to full.
l V. BfcKWKR CO.
J. H. BRUNS, JR.,
All KIM OF FURBJITDRE
AT THE LOWEST PRICES!
ALWAYS ON HAND. AND .
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORTEST NOTICE
THE rXJRNITOBE II
11 Mado 1ty MM9lilnory
BEST SEASONED STUFF,
No Pains will be Spared
SATISFACTION TO HIS CUSTOMERS.
llatholalerlMK Domc lo Order.
Coffins Always on Hand.
IK .ce-CAI.I.ANItHKIS.nS ly
YUGCA BOILER COVERING
TUmU4. Janwr 19, 18SC
Hat been vlctnrlomi over all other devleea fnr coverlni;
bnllrm wllh which It ha bn-n brought Into cnmptlh
tlon. both In Kuropa and Anirtlca, for the pat twelve
year. Kndnrvtd by ihe Scientific. imeriean and l.oniton
t.iigltttriitrf everywhere a bcln? the bet .Non-con-ductor,
the incut Itellablc, the moil Kconomkal,
Tlie"AlrHitce" In mechanical device. The old
method of coTcrius bollcrr, team and other hot pipe,
was to linear a routing of planter ocr tho bolirra anil
plpei, auddlrtctly In contact with Ihe hot itirfacri.
Uominon nine, ttachea that any compound IIiiih applied
Hill Hn have tho llfo burnt out of ft, aud that tliu ex
pansion aud contraction of the metal our which It It
nuarrd, will came It to liHMtu and crack, lbt It
will, aftvr a time, fall off. Ilerldea tbla, eapcilince hai
prnt ed that tbe lime and other cnmpoundauird for tbla
purpoae, when applied direct to (he boiler inrfacea,
corrodca Ihe bollcra m aa to Krvally Injure them.
iiii air oto icn lao-ion purpoae) oral 11 pro
yldea a (rutuui of air epllrely around ihe boiler, which
t the bet known non-conductor of beat. Necond, II
urovldea a aurfaee which la entirely Indepeudeat of the
boiler aurface upon which the oiverlnjc compound la
placed, and Una aurface belni; formed of wlru cluth jf
U-lnch lueah, furuUhea a aplcadld rueaua of clluchloif
or fa.li nliif the loinpoaud around the boiler.
The wire apace la anpported at the araca of an Inch or
mora from the boiler o hot pip by meUI alnda placed
clow together, o that the eauanalun or coulracllou of
the boiler or pipee arouud which It l placed will not af
fect the oula Ida covcrlug, becaua ilia alud allowa a
lufllclrnt morrment without dlalurbliiu (he lurround
lux wire and cover.
Eiperleuce aud practical Irata have deaiundratvd
beyond a doabt that the radlatloa of beat from a boiler
aarruaadtd by IS ' Air Space V aad Ha coveilur, la lea
than that front a boiler covered with auy of the other
well known boiler cuteilava; couteuuiBlly there la a
crtateraavlngof fuel.' '
In proof of what la aald about the tupcrlorlty, of the
(!halniere-8uence Air Hpace, aea HcUnttiU Amtricam,
Uec. I, IW7, aad Umlan'Mttm4iHt, July U, 1M7,
U. C. roWLRit, Bole Oweer for Paclte CoaaL
H. HAOKflt .. AganU,
OftklM wsa AMbMM
giUAin CtAMUhS AM IWW atwK'K AM.
U CHOBii-Hlaea fro M a (a lli tf. J
bam Cattle direct froai Uiaafov. ' ' L
Tea for Mk by BOLUia A Ce.
Importors and Dealers in
r AM, MINIM.
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TIMBER. FLANK, B0ABD8,
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llotrds, rtirliicril nnd roneh ; linden,
l'ickuti, Hiiatic. fittlco, (Jlapljuardf,
AtJUt, IW NTt)K,
A FINE ASSORTMT OF WALL PAPEP
BOLTS. SCREWS, Etc
Paint and Whitewash Brushes
METALLIC AND OTHER FAINTS!
DOORS SASH BLINDS
AM. HIT. fM,
Of Eastern and Oallfornla Mako.
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PAETIE8 IN HONOLULU
Or otbrr paru or tbe lalanda,
CAN IIAVK TIIKIIt
Orders Filled af Lowest Rates
ny application lo Mr. K P. ADAMH. Qoeen dlreat, wbo
baa oar UcscrlptHa Catalogue wltb I'rlcea.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L W. HOPP
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets,
Black Walnat Hidcboard.
itlnck Walaat Dinina; Chain,
Uak Caao Seat IJining Cbaiia.
Cedar Iledroom Seta,
L P. ADAMS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
NEW DRUG STORE
MI ailUAMU aTBEKT.
ZXolllsstei? efts C?o.
THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
To the Fact that they bate
Opened at their Old Stand,
No. A3 Nuuann Htreet, a Full Line of
DRUGS, 011EMIOALS, DYK STDFFS,
THS GILIBKATBD CELLULOID
TUB LAUUKST AND MOST
Completi Assortment of Perfumery
IN THE CITY.
THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
It lacharge of MB. J. KUTNTMN. a rharinacca
llal pf large exprrlence, thotoostilr rouiueteut and re
liable. iar"lreacrlptloDaconipoandeilatalrhoara of day or
MIUHr Et.LWVTHr. rBPXT B4JOM.
r,TNK ri'MUT iarMTBji
tralnaaud of all acta.'KOK HALt,
boxed and daltaprad ta !,!
ackooaer, AT MODKHATK fKICKH.
mmm wtahlac Mma ffMi tm
! I ! okMU faWjr ww
mm Btjjr ta ) Aatla
A. MKKMtarT. Hawallaa Hoiel
T "? AMa4WHrMTli.T rail.
aUhed Hoorni. Apply at o.4Uwda Uaa. Iwu
doonv from HcraUaU aucl. m
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALS
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
m:cKtvi:i) i-r.a i.ati: AintivAi.fl,ASi) to aiiiiivk vr.n
W. H, Whiton, from Hew York, City of Madrid and City of Nanfa from England
TIIKHK ntKin AHK ADAITBII POH
Plantations. Country Stores and Families
Ami Iranclil fftim FIIWT IIANKH FOtt CAHIf, nnd will bo nnid for OAHIf, ullh Jicnl dlwmnl fot
antne, or on tiatiAl terrnd lo pnrllfn npytotKi. Wo offer on bntid ntiI lo nrrlTe,
Palace Wator White High Tost Kcroscno Oil,
Vulonn Water Whito Abovo Standard Xoroaene OIK
1rt OH. Rnalof Olh Kr-ftU
Fot Oil, Cjllndrr Oil. Fla Hl-nrri Fnokinc,
, MR, 1-8, MO, Act AfilKnUrti Htonm 1'ncklnc ,
, Ijncti Unlhrt. t ntlirr IlIllnf, H, 4, fi. H, K
r. n ait..li.r nrllrln f llflaffttl'H I 'Ann Knltffl.
Imlln llnlilmr Flnt I'ncklnu,
Jlnlilill Mflnl, Cnnnl Jlnrrirwa,
Wtaljrti'n Onlrlfntrnl JMllntr. n Btiiprrlor nrllrlo
ilimll HcthrH nnil H
Henrr (Innlni Horn
Hnnlllia, ix lUrwn, Mule Cnrt AtUn, Mnln Collnrn nnil Jfninrf), Mnlr Hfino,
m, Itih'n I'lniitrn Hoea. Am nnd I'lrk Mnliork, 1'nris llrenkltiKlMtrwn,
nnd niieiclll Wollno HtepJ Ilrrnklnu Flow, XO nnil XI Htccl llofw Flow,
mf, ... ....... ..-. ...... -.... --- '-
If. 111,. ..lit fi,wirll. I
Enilo No. V) Flown, Flntifl Jr, llorwi IHtn.n fw M(ll,iMi UAflu iiAjnn,
JolinlJ-troliinknQllHfnf,.'H, 1,1 M, 1 .2niul 2 Jlirlil ...,, v .-
Ilfnl HtniKliiril WrnUmV Otilrlffltnl Mnlnxn, 12 nnd 14 Inch, Wnt annlltr FortnMn Fok,
Ilnldwln Kwil CntUirn, 1-kIp Anvili. Hprnr A Jnrkwjn'nf I)l;ton HtnbV Afiotlil Ulen,
Dlmloii'n fr-lflirnlfd Hnwo, nil nln i Mncliliiala' Mnwma' nnd Illnekarn llin' Hmnmern,
Hncclinromrlrrn nnd Hjrnp 'I lirrmoinf Icrn, Cot Nnil, nil alien J Cut Hplkrn, WrotiRlit Nnlln,
HntM HIkk-k, Horm Nnlla, I'ltilnliliiK Nnlln.
A FULL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
J,ock. llnlln, rVrrwn, Htnnf a, AnKrrn, An;er Ultra. Chlrcln, 8nwn, Ir;crn, Holla, Cnlchtu Ac,
Mncliiiin nnil Cnrrlnuo lloitn, litut ini.litifncttiro ( Himjotli, Jnck nnd Jointer I Innm,
Flown nnd Mnlch Fftncn. A Fall Lino of
Paints and Oils of the Host English and American Brands I
STAPLE GOODS, SUCH AS
ArnonkrnR Drnlmn. B nnd (1 07. Tlrklncn, A C A II nnd I) Mrnrnr d Cotton. 4-4 wide. I nt mnkn (
IJnlilf nrlii d (ittonn, Cbcrj'. Mcillnm nnd Finn Drown nnd llliio Utllla. Ilnen Drllln. licnyy
Idianln Diniwr, Fnro Ilnn Hlurllnp, FIno Montilt Ijicp, IJloo Flnnnel, Hear let Jlnnnel,
A Huixrior AnHortincntof Amoricnn Wlillo Flnnoeln.
STAPLE GROCERIES :
floldrn Onto Extrn Knmlly Flonr, Hnwnllnn Pin. Corn Htnrrh, .Inrmn, Comat nnd Clifnp Tenn,
Culm 8iiKnr, Hnwnllnn HnKarn, Corn nnd I'l-nn, Condi ncd Milk. Cornid Ilrf and Toiifincn,
Knnllnin, Oxford .Snannpen. McMiirmy'n Oratrrn, Kynpn A Ifrchtt'it Finest Hpican,
'1 lm Fnvorito Fnncy nnd WnnliInK tntm, Cnllfortiln nnd Knntern lmndn ' t J T ;
liniiia, Corn Mcnl, Arenn, Ornhnin Flour, Ac, Ac, Ac. J f. '
On OonMijafiimeiifc s
The Geo. F. Blake Mfg. Co's Steum Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Wcilon'a 1'alcnt Ccvlrifuyah,
WixxJward Brown's Celebrated Ptanon,
Ecw Haven Ortjan Co. Parlor Orijans
Washburn ff: Mocn Mftj. Co. Barbed Wire, the Bent Barbed IFire pianufacturn
Portland Cement, Sflijar Biujh, Oats and Bi an, California Hay,
Columbia Bivcr Salmon, NU. and hf. IMs., Salmon Bellies in Kits Very Fine.
. KI7 , . -, .
HAS JUST RECEIVED AN IMMENSE INVOICE OP
Tho Finest Gold and Silver Watches ever'brought to Honolulu!
Consisting of " Chrono
"Wm. Ellery," "Ap-
plclon, Tracy & Co.,'
" Sterling," nomo,
and tho " Broadway,'
(all Waltham move
nicnts), aa well as all
tho lowest and Finest
Styles from the beat
STEM WINDING GOLD
io suit all tastes and ages, and
ALL SIZES, FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND BOYS.
Ho has rilsojm hand an Extensive and Elegant
LIJSTE OFTHE VERY BEST JEWELK Y,
alt XiT R4' "rS.,?"?'?' W Amnl-t-. nd all clas.es of Good, ip
ats :th.rnort .uporb, Bve7onbr;dherof tOU'HarC" "" iU tb ,a"kot' -nd "
ALKILlrOU, ,;fK ,.r
l?lio Some and moeit
FltOii THKKLKliUATED GulClIAM
...1 .. i
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
ALIAS HKMBKHT. riMrlctoV.
B.-W Hr, wrTJaVWaU
lun-itir kia,ir ..r.,.. ... .. .
PMST-OkAM WHVIIY RlliMT,
filcca ta asaao ii ViraU;
(jlMilkWteU ta ian VraaclKo.
---JIILaaBl lorn HEW ViEflE2baJ-
aLLArEy Ilarm tEMliviaw
n n i
, Asli'alon ltollrr OorrHnol
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AND SILVER WATCHES
1 , aVfBBBaVJsvfJft'Srsl I
THE UNDlBaiONJD BIIKO
Sole Agent on these Islands
WATCHES, JEWELRY AXJ SILVERWARE
.',.""'."'. . nu trauosuno led nn
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!?'! v0V" "0,, 0,U ,Uttu" ramll, MeX la.
Mai. a?"? 'Ue'. - '.. U..,;
without IU It prreau a. wall u i
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It JMwttra taa Blood, CUaaaaa tA i
nnd it I
; few of