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MAIiril la,
In tho Simile. "
Wher frRcrnnt rfrlwixHl hritnohp IhmuI ntul nvrny,
Wjllillt III I'lmi'lllrnt ntirtilim of tli( wood,
A atnrrr liliMiini, wlilto mm imrriy, moxhI,
1 tiTlAlliHi by ainnlilno nil llm iliiy,
t4n Hit! ixiiiipIIiikx n lonely, i-irniiiirritii my,
Wlirn nlniH lint Mliml Ihfl liotiKlifi, crrpl noilly
thr-muli.
Fur In lli flflil tlin ml KM i'ili Krovr.
ilnl blur 1'VimI liiiiiiiM miillptl Ihrlr linttintt
Yrl liiTrllfr IIiimi llirm nil wi till Irnll lluwrr,
way I
Tint trw tlirn light nnd -mii.liliip riilrtrtl not,
Milium moip mir nuti stnr liar hour iy Hour.
And (jnnliiK mi It IhnxiiIj , rnuio tlibi lltonulit
'I lie (cilnxt rMiil Hint Clod lina orr iimilo,
llnte they net, nl, blivwoinnl in llm nlmilc 1
iWifi K. AmltiHOi.
Lnto Forolgn Nows,
lly thn nrrivnl of tlio lirigntiiino fa
rum nnd llio litrk IaiiI; fAiinjxon from
llio CoibI wo rpcuivo llio following itoniH of
foreign news 5
IjOXIiov, Kolirtmry llitlt. If llio utriko of
colliers in South Vorkthiro huts nnollior
fortnight il will niToct 'J0.000 men. Tlio
grcntPBliIestitntion prevails,
Dunu.v, rdirtmry lOlli. It i reported
Hint mi ntti'mnt to icimto n lnrijo drnnmito
initio uudnr llio wnll of Ileggnr n Jlnsh br
mrk Inul night wns frtislrnled by i chnnco
jutboii jnnning.
Ilntuour, Vebrnnry ll5lh. Tlio Turku
nnirderod n Chriitinn, nnd i tmnibor of
Ghrislinns left town nnd wcut to thoir viU
Ingco, whom they wero mot by llio Turku,
nnd ion persons worn killed in (ho tight
which ntixiied. They renoived tho lighting
Alomby, but tlio result U unknown, droit
cxciteiiiuut prevnilw. IhininesH is Htispandod,
nnd tho b.ist.inr.i nro' closed.
OA.vnAilAR, Fobrunry 18th. A division
of llio Ameer's nrmy, consiHting of four
regiments of infantry nnd 1,000 cnvnlry,
Ins arrived nt Gliorsini. Tho noivs ctif.ed
n grcnt ponsntioii.
Tho Morv chiofn hnvo rcRolvod to resist
tho Hiipfiniis (o tho Inst, nnd tho ciders
lmvo gone to Cnnd.ihnr seeking nid.
Au'aaxiiiiia, Febrnnry 15th. Henri Le
erot, tho Kronch oxplnror in Africa, nnd
nil his siiito, lmvo been innrdered by tlio
Gollos tribes.
IiONDOV, Kobruiry ISth. It is rumored
in Cork tint Kcninns in America nnd tho
United Kingdom nro niding tho Uoora
with men and nionoy. It ii said llmt ,r)00
American adventurers havo gono to tho
scat of war.
Largo bodies of Ilocrs nro reported mov
ing south of Nowcastlo, nppirontly to nt
tnck tho rcinforcomonts.
Ono hundred seamen nro ordered to
Tnuihvnnl from Sbcorncss, to form n niwnl
brigade.
liOxnox, Febrnnry 15th. It is statod
tint General Colloy lelegraphed that tho
Uocrs havo mnilo ovorturoi of peaco, that
their proposals hivo been considored in n
Cnbiuct Gonncil, nud that a reply has bcon
dispatched by (olograph to Colloy.
Loxdo.v, February 21st. Tho Pima
considers tho signs as favorable for an early
peace with tho IJoors.
Athkxs, February 21st. A royal decreo
lias been ibsucd calling out the rcservo
troops, General Morro boiug ordcrod to
inarch northward.
Tho largest collego in Athens has been
converted into a military hospital.
Gitt ok Mexico, February 8th. Seven
thousand men nro nt work on ono section
of tho railroad from tho City of Mexico to
Solnca. Tho section will ho inaugurated
in Mny. Tho Central Railroad omploycd
1033 laborers tho last weok in Jnnuary.
Tbo Atchison, Topoka nnd Santa Fo
Railroad Company advanced their con
struction terminus on tho 14th ultimo
twclvo miles, which brings thorn distant by
road twclvo miles from tho junction with
the Southern Pacific.
Lioutonaut Schwatka has offered to placo
nt tho disposal of her Majesty's Governtnont
tho Franklin relics recontly discovered.
New York, Fobruary lGth. Iloavy ico,
over twenty inches thick, in tho bays and
harbors about Long Islaud, has dono much
damage. Wharves havo been swept away
nnd vessels injured.
SpiuxariELn, Fobruary 15th. Governor
Onllum returned from Montor to-night.
Tho Cabinet will bo tho best sinco Lincoln's
time, unless tho prosent promises fail.
Robert T. Lincoln will bo given tho In
terior portfolio, and that Rlniuo and Allison
nro to go in is nn open sccrot.
Nr.v York, Fobruary 18th. Tho Jer
ald'i Washington special says : A belief
is gaining ground hero thnt General Gar
field will presently ask Mr. Sherman to
remain at tbo hoad of tho Treasury. It is
known that somo of Gnrlietd's most influ
ential and iutimato friends havo strongly
urged this upon him, nnd it is thought that
tho prosauro upon him to npnointmou from
different States may lead him to bolvo tho
difficulty by requesting Mr. Sherman to
remain.
Astronomical Phenomena of 1881.
Tho present year is a romnrknblo ono in
an astrouomioal souto. It is full of extra
ordinary astronomical phenomena, tho ap
pearanco of which has been long anticipated
and tho subject of varied predictions. Tbo
planetary relations this year nro interesting
and important, aii they will got at rest many
theories concerning tho influence of tho
various members of tho bolar system on
one another. Tho planetary phenomena
consist of unusual conjunctions during that
period when thcNO heavenly bodies aro in
perihelion namely, at that point in their
orbits nearest tho sun. Somo astronomers
hold that tho planetary phouomoua of tho
present year have not occurred beforo in
the world's hibtory sinco llio Mosaic crea
tion. Somo of tho planets havo already
Iiassod tho point nearest tho sun ; others
isvo yet to reach it. For instance, tho
giant planet Jupiter was in criholiou uu
the 25th of Inst Scptombor. The ringed
planet Saturn wan in perihelion a mouth
earlier, namely, on tho 20th of last August.
The Earth was iu porihotion 011 Now Tear's
day. Mars will bo in pcriheliou on tho
20th of Mny next. Venus, which is ut
proocut such a bountiful object iu the even
iiigSiky, owing to its brilliancy and close
relationship to the planets Jupiter nnd
Saturn and tho silvery croscunl of tho young
moou, will bo in jienhclion on thu u'th of
March, and then again 011 tho llJth of Oc
tober. Tho littto plauot Mercury, which
completes his revolution around tho Sun
every eighty-eight dayg, will bo in peri
holion four timui duriug tho year, namely,
Fobruary 21st, May 20tb, August 4Cth
ud November 12th. Mars is iu perihelion
on tho 26th of May. Tho two outside
plnnots, Uranus and Neptune, will not bo
iu perihelion until next year, that of Uranus
occurring March 25th, 1832, and Neptune,
October dad, 1882. Tho presence of the
iutra-inercurial planet Vulcan, which wan
about ft year or two ago reported to
lmvo lioun ilincovpri'd, in yd " ""
rlnln tltnl itf orbit Inn not licon tic
tcrminrd, nml if il vM", ils period of
j-r-rilirlion rnimol lio ilniorntiiiril. Hut. Ilia
iiiont roinnrknlita fiitliirM of llio iilnttr
l.iry pliptioinoimnrn llinfriMjiiPiipyniid mill
liilicily of roiijiimtioiiH! Hint id, wlirn tliry
nro in llio KBino rl of llm Iipivoiib In llio
wiiiio loiiffitmlo or iikIiI ni'miRion. And
wlinl iuiuo Miinn limid iooplo roiinitl-irntiln
nlnrni in Hint tlio fm-t llml tlio tfi out m
nmiiiifir of llio plinota -.vill nl ono limn tills
yiiir bo in miiionor conjunction, Hint Sr, on
llm fticlo ol tlio nun niont tliNiniil from llio
earth, nml lint nti period when limy will
bo in periliclion or nenriy bo. Tlicro in not
n inontli in tlio yonr lint wlml two or moio
of llio plntiplN nro in conjunction, lint llio
mint tiolmvortliy of IIicmi l:nolnry loin
tioiiR will occur in llio iiioiiIIih of .lul,
AiiuiiRt. nml Novoinber. On or nliout llio
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17th or IlUh of July, most of tlio plnnoln
Mill bo in tlio zoilini'M wgn ol Innrus nml
in eonjiinctioii, with llio ilurtli 111 llio hign
AiitinriiiB. Tho plniuil UrnniiH illbotlio
only ono oicepting tho ll.irlli which will
not nt Hint period bo in TnuriiH. StrMij;o
iilituioinoim nro predicted in somo tiunrtors
fri,tn ii umiminl relntionsliip, ns tlio nU
Irnution of nil of tho iilnneta excepting
Uranus, will bo on 0110 nido of tho solnr
orb whilo thnt of tho llnrth.only will bo cm
tho other. On tho 1 1th erf August, Nop
tuno, Jupiter and Mercury will bo iu con
junction, nnd Vonus nnd Mors will nlso bo
iu tho same condition. On tho 7lh of
September, thuru will bo nnnllicr donblo
conjunction, nnmely, that of Neptuno nnd
Jupiter, nnd Snt'irn nud Miiih. Hut iu llio
early part of Novomhor nil of tho planets
will bo 011 ono sido of tho Sun. Neptuno,
Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Karth nnd Mercury
will bo emerging from tho sign Tniirus nnd
entering Uomiiin. Venus Mill Urnuiiswill
bo nt tho sauio timo in Virgo. On tho 7th
of thnt month tho plnnets .Mercury, Knrth
nnd Neptuno will bo in inferior conjunction,
'nnd tho plnnets Vonus and Uranus in longi
tudinnl lino.
Another nslronomical phenomenon of
llio present year bns a direct lolntioiiship
with tho great Pyramid of Mgypt, which,
whatever other siguilicniico belongs to it,
is pretty generally conceded to havu been
erected for astronomical observation. Tbcro
nro somo prynnnclnl oututiMiibtH wlio go
lunch further than this, and nttributo nu
inspirational origin nnd proihetic meaning
to nil tho Hues, moasiiromouta nud configu
ration! of the romnrknblo structure Somo
notable Egyptologists nnd nstrotiomers
figure iu tho list of' adherents to such n bc
liof. Among tho latter is Piazzi Smyth,
Astronomer Itoynl for Scotlnnd, wliohO
work on "Our Itihoritnnco .in tho Great
Pyramid " is familiar to mobt readers of
Astronomy. Hut ono of tho most notable
nstronomic.il ovoiits which tho Great Pyra
mid commemorates nud which will this
year bo repotted will bo tho nppcarnnco of
tlio star a JJracontx'm a lino with tliouroat
Gallery or ontrnnco passago of tho nucioiit
structure. Such nn event has not trans
pired miico tho completion of llio Great
Pyramid which is computed to havo occur
red iu 2170 P. C. Whon thnt particular
star reaches tho positiou mentioned, it is
further maintained that tho celestial dial
will havo completed a cyclo of over 25,000
yoars, or, in other words, tho hoavenly
bodies will havo roumed tho positiou they
wero in at thnt romoto period. Accom
panying tho chronicling of this particular
phenomenon aro various visionary predic
tions in which Pinzzi Smyth nnd others
in dill go, such ns important physical ter
restrial changes, unusual atmospherical phe
nomena, nnd now phnt.es in roligious be
liefs. Possibly tho words of tho Roman
Governor Fcstus to tho Apostlo Paul,
namely, " thnt much learning doth mnko
theo mnd," may bo applicable to them. Put
this fact is certain, neither tho present nor
many generations to como will witness ?
many wonderful nstronomical phenomena
as nro crowded into thu present year.
Ages of the Presidents.
President-elect .Tunics A. Garfield will
bo 40 years old tho 19th of this mouth.
Whon ho takes his scat iu tho Whilo Ilouso
noxt March ho will bo tho third youngest
Prosidout this country has ovor had. Grant
was tho youngest, having lacked ono month
of 47 years when inaugurated. Franklin
Piorco was four days youngor than Gar
field will bo next march when ho wns in
augurated. Two other Presidents wero iu
their fiftieth year when inaugurated
Jamos K. Polk and Millard Fillmore, but
tho ono was boventeou days, nnd the other
fivo months, older than Garfield will be.
Tho next youngest wns John Tyler, who
was ovor 51 whon ho succeeded to Harri
son's barely begun torm oC office. Abr.ihaui
Lincoln was 52 yonrs old, and Martin Van
Huron nnd R. 11. Hay 01 not quite 55. An
drew Jackson lacked eight months of bo
ing 57, nnd Georgo Washington hnd passed
that nge, whon inaugurated. Oddly enough,
tho four consecutive Presidents, Thomas
Jellbrfion, Jii'incs Madison, Jnmcs Monroo
and John Quincy Adams, wero each in
their 58th year whou inaugurated. Znchary
Taylor nnd "Tippecanoe" Harrison wero 05
and C3 respectively ivhon they took tbo
oath of oflico, and neither lived to fill out
his term. In point of ago James Uuchnnnu
came between tho two, being in his tilitb
year when inaugurated. Tho nverago ngo
of Presidents at inauguration has been
57 years. JSujf'alo JCepntf.
The Saint and the Actor.
Remarks nro often inndo implying tint
minibtcrs aro overpaid, or, at lout, tlmt
Hiicli mon as Mr. Uocchor nnd Dr. Storrc.v
nro exravagftully jnid. Tlio following
llguros, given by tho Now York 'Jribuue
nro worthy of being borno in mind ;
Ueechor gotB 20,000j Kdwiu liooth,
$100,000 n yoan Dr. Hall, of Fifth Avouue,
nnd Dr.Dix, of Trinity, get 15,000, while
K. A. Sothcrn earned over $l.pi 0,000 nn
Lord Duudroary, nud John K. Owens
iilays thirty weeks nnnunlly for fOO.OOO.
Talmngo preached for $12,000, nud Joo
Jofl'opjon plays forty wcokH ns Itin Vnn
Winklo nud oaniB $120,000. The scholarly
nnd gifted Dr. Storrcs has 10,000, nml
Maggie Mitchell oartis S'JO.OOO to ?&0,000,
Dr. Cuylor work hard and fnithfnliy for
$3,000 n year, while Dion lloucitmilt fin
ihhed a EO.1H011 nt tho Shauglirmi, etc., nt
$y,000 a wjoW, and his miuiager bcoldod
him in thu puliliu prints bocauBo ho would
not play longer nt tho samo price Dr. Pot
ter, of Graco Churuli, has 10,000 mid a
paronngo; tho clcxiuent Dr. TiU'uay has
10,000; tho ooco vigorous, tjiow doceahcd)
l)r. Chnpiu received $10,000; while Fanny
Davonport earns $1,000 every week she
play.
Fop tato or Imbmo.
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known pttmlir ol IU undcnii:iKii,iui uu
lug tiiett, lovttUir mini the (uruiutt, cic, ui mt
uiJer,ol It xelllurul.tiird tlirouijUuul, lhu glvtucitn
ittltuluitwtluul)r to iMllca lciliuu of coulluulnj
IU luait-MUulliLtt) bulult. for luilbn jurltcuUit
p;r fu U U TUOS. A. 1 UUVU.
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Of the l'morlto
ORGUBNETTE
Atitoinnlio Shoot Music costs nbout tho
New Music can bo ordoied nt any time.
Slylo "A" coslsonly
12, and plnys tbo snmo
kind of music? as Stylo
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Tbcso Tiislrunionls reprotont both tho Organ nnd Organist, Music, Mtimcinn nnd,
Music Tonuher. Play Ilyinn Tunes, Popular Airs, Sets of QundrillcB, Polkas, Wnltzts
Heels nnd llornpipcH with clearness, accuracy and porfect execution.
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET .RATES,
irmoiva:
THEIR STOCK OF MEW GOODS
ki:ci:ivj:i vkh lath ahuivai.s,and to ahiuvk rr.u
W. H. Yhiton, from New York, City of Madrid and City of Min, from Englnnd,
thesi: noons aim: auaitku ron
Planiaticns, CountrStorcs and Families
And iKiuiilit from FIltST HANDS FOH CASH, nml will lio f.olil for CASH, with best (IIbco nut on
snuiu, or on usual tonus to particH npimncd. Wo olTur on hand nnd to arrie,
Palace Water White High Tost Kerosene Oil,
Vulcan Water White Above Standard Kerosene Oil
Inrd Oil, Cnator Oil. Ncnts I'oot Oil, Cylinder Oil, 1'lnx Stcnm PackiiiK,
India ltnbbtir 1'lnt l'nckiiiK, 1-K, 1-8. Il-lC, Ac; AuboHtpK Slcam i'nukint;. AsbostoH Boiler Coverinc
llabbit Metal, Canal Harrow h, Laco Ltntlicr, Leather JicltiiiK. !', I. t H, IU and IU inch ;
AWstim'H CcntrifiiKnl 5oltinK, n superior article ; Disston'H C'nno Kmu-H,
liush Scjtbes nnd bnnitliH, Ox Jio, Jfulo Cnrt AxltH, JMuIii Collnrrt nnd HnnicH, Mulo SIiocb,
Heavy Qnnlon Hooh, liiino's l'liiiiterH' Hock, niu nud l'ick Mattocks, 1'nriH HronkinKl'los,
lA, tho old fnvorito mid unexcelled Aloliuo Sliol llrvnkinc l'low, X0 nnd XI Steel Hornu l'lows,
IIirIo No. M) IMowB. IMnnet jr. Home Hoo.n few MOLINK GANG l'LOWS,
.Tolm Decro mnko QH Hoso, llA, 1, 1 1-1, 1 1-U nnd L ineh ;
Host Standard Weston's CcntrifuKal I.imnH, IL' nnd 11 inch, liest iinllty ; Portnblo rorRcs,
Itnldwiu Veed Cutters, KhrIo Anvils, Snunr t Jnckt.on'8 ; Dissttm itStiibbe' Ahsortcil l'iles,
Disstou's celelirnlcd Sawn, nil sizes; MuchiiiMn' ilahoim' nnd lllackBiiiillm' Hnuimers,
S.icclmrometers nnd Sjruii 'I'henuoiuotors, Cut Nails, nil bizesj Cut Spikes, "Wrought Nails,
Horse Shoes, Horoo Nulls, FiuUhiuu Nnils.
A FULL LINE OF SHELF HARDWARE
SUCH AS
liocks, Hutts, Screws, Hinges, AuRcra, Auper Hits, Chit-els, Saws, Hinces, JJolts, Catches Ac.,
Machine nud Cniringo Itolts, Ij st niumif ncturo ; Smooth, Jack nud Jointer Planes,
l'low s nud Match i'lanes. A l'lill Lino of
Paints and Oils of the .Best English and American Erands !
STAPLE GOODS, SUCII JS
AmoRkenR Denims. 8 nnd 9 07. Tickings, A C A 11 and D lllenehed Cottons, 4-4 wide, best mnko :
Unbleached Cottons, Cheip, Medium nnd Fine ; Urown nnd liloo Drills, Linen Drills, heavy :
Itiissia Dinner, l'uro Linen SheetiiiR, Finn Mosquito Lnco, Uluo Flannel, Scarlet Flannel,
A Superior Assortment of American "Whito Flaunels.
STAPLE G-ROCERIES :
Golden Onto Lxtra 1 nmily Flonr, Hawniinn l'in. Corn Stnrch, .Inimn, Comet and Clienp Teas,
Cubo Sugar, Hawaiian Sur.uh, Corn nnd Fens, Condensed Milk. Corned lleef nnd Tongues,
Sardines, Oxford Sausages, McMurrny's Oysters, Kmiiih K Lesclier's Finest Spices,
Tho Fnvorito Fnncv nnd AViifihlnc Soni r. California nnd Kftstr-ni lirnmtu.
Hams, Corn Meal, Avcna, Grnhniii Flour, Ac,
On CoiiNiiinietil: :
The Geo. F. Blake Mfg. Co's Steum Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Jt'cslon'a 1'atcnt L'ciitrlfwjufo,
Woodimrd (6 flrown's Celebrated Pianos,
A'cw Haven Organ Co. Parlor Organs
Washburn cf: iloeji Mftj. Co. Barlxd Wire, the Ikht liarltd Wire manuudttra
Portland Cement, Sutjar Jiays, Oats and Ih an, California Ilay,
Columbia Jlivcr Sulmon, Ills, and hf. bhls., Salmon Bellies in Kits Very Fine.
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Corner foil anil Mr-rcbaut !., lionuliiln
REAL ESTATES
Deslrublo I'roperljr oil Fori SI. Kor Snlo,
qMii: yrvAAt knowx lot situ-
X alrd on KorV htrcct Ijou IirlanU Till lot la
lm feet frouttio on Kurt ulrrd, mid 11 feet rrar. Tlier
It twin. loi itnulllni; huiiif on Hie ol nforly imw,
uilli coik linutr, balli lioukuaud iirlry, nl two miIIi
M fl dun. wrllttoufil ui from the bottom for OHrr-
so niroar, Tli tcr 1 UIJ on In luur illOVrtnl
Macra. aud ttlnltit? all In uotnl rondltlon 'ihtrv It
niplfl ruuui fur llm encllcin of tuu sr coitaK. Tlio
feucliii: l all ni'W Tula W unoof tho moat lirultliyand
centra Ir lucaltd lota for a rcaldt'uce nf aur la tho cllr
of Honolulu ' he atx.ro ala otfi ra A icootf opnortnully
for ma iruiauttnr luvfainitui or capital
Ttllo irfrcU Dcula at tbo onsiiio of lh mircliarti
A lwlt of tbo puidiato tnoncy u.ay rt'lualu accurrd by
inoriicaju ou iub iruiiroa. roriuriurr pariKoiara, ap
iilylu (1 W MACV, on theiirfmlaia, or
. , A.J C.MCTWUIQIIT, K.4.,
When a plan of Iba lot can tr wn. B3o T
Ship Chandlery.
4 LAHUK AMMUKTMI'.Vr, IMCLfUIMU-
1. CordiK. Hcuiu ami Manila,
Cotton Duck. Ilcwp l'antraKUx Caurai,
Flax Hall TwU. Cotlou Hall TKv.
lllocka.Uara. Maal lloopa, Jib llaukf, ,
Tx, Vlltb, Coal Tar.
TM yv(lby UOLLKSatCo.
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DUIIAIJLK
IN HVI3UY
1'AJIT
itc. Ac.
NO E! Pff Gtr 1 3ff E3
Should bo without the fur-famed
American Cylinder Cup
Of uhlch over Ton Thousand tin now In ute.
THE AMERICAN
la tho ouly
LUBRICATOR IN THE W0RL0
That can be rt-lltd upon,
AND IS WAKKANTED
To perform
All tilt i CUlmod For It.
A certain number of dnipa per
minute or per hour (visible to
tha eye,lll keep ) our Uylluclcr
lubricated rontliiuouily, (Tho
old alylv of cupa do not feed
cnntluuoiialy.)
It "III pay for llaelt In furl
imyl iiiniithti In oil every
even to ten mr.iilbtt In wear,
pacalne and lalwr cirry four
luonlha,
'lbs alnne, alan Citpt for
Shaft llrarlngt, llyllnilrr Oil
and l.iibrlcailns Compound may
bohadnf tho .Vrinla,
IIIU.INIIIIAM A CO
tun w in
ARTESIAN WELL
TUBES,
The
Honolulu Iron
Works
U now prepared In
FURNISH PEICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
orjriii: Mitkvt: rwuM
National Tubo Works Co's Works,
ATMcKlIKrli'oUT, l'A
And toiaiVac.tutr.ict lodallver It In lireo "r unall
HUautlllu. la (l,U city. Ma !M tf
'bpeoial notice.
A lAi ACCUUNTri IlfK AND OW-
r I Ml loth I'AOIKIU CUMMKHUUI. AUVKIl
TISBItUUIoup tuundluctudliiiflboaKhdajofAuKual
uiuat b tattled with J. II. Uluck ouly. All ludcblednctt
up to the amn data will b tolled, ba
J. II. BLACkT.
Hou'ilulu. AUjiut!W. I8). 7 J
(10LDEN OATK ST.OUU.
IIAKCK'I KXTKt. KXTMA tVAHlbY
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quarter and half aackt.
Corn ileal. Hal Mil. Cracked Wheat la 10 lb
r.nii
bast, recti red direct fruui the HlUt ewry uiouU,
and waiuotlj freaU. aud of the beat quality.
3 81s aHJU.H CO,
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DILLINGHAM & CO.
37 Tort Stroot,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
V.x "Amy Turner" Btnl Jtntilcnn," mul 1y Hull frnm
Mnw VutkYln Mn Prmirliro,
IMrcc.l, I'rotii llm .Mitiiiifii('.liinrH I
Invoices c.r MOlilNH PLOWS,
inmlff rilM IrniiK, prrlnlly fur ll,
roilnl tt.rt, llilrn pniH riiiialnhl Ij nn
llAllll.
1 GILPIN SUIiKKV PLOW.
Inwolt'H Water Killers it Coolorn,
Jei'tt' CiMilrri, .Ifwull'a KefrliiPrnlnia,
Zern lletilfetalura, lot Crram I'rrrrrra,
llynlrnlr Water I'lller" (no Irr rriilieil)
IniHHtou'n Hnwn, Iliuid fiawn,
duel Mm KM), llilnlfrrli llurk Ma,
llrrnt Amrrlcnn t'roaa culanv, lit I" Til;
Maw lliicka, Km llnnillit.
Mnyilnlo it Choiioy'ri lliminiiirH,
Ill.icUa.iilllia HledKCK, Coopert' and Ma
aunt' llanimui".
Corpot nml UiliolHlerer'M TnoL-R,
" Piiliinm" nml "tllolic1' llortc Nnlla, I'ul
Nulla, (liilvnnlrril Nnlla, W'riiuxlit Nnlla,
Hplkra, I'llllKINH'
Ijifflit I'ltttorn llorso Sliucn.
Ohio OriiiilsloncH, Family Orind-
ftniivit, (Irltnlalonc I'lxturin,
Utttifit Doy'H Axch, llntchotH,
Mutlocka, Itlce, (Inrilcn mid Planter'
lino, .Manure, nnd liny l'nrka ('i InO tinea),
I'lrka and l'lok Mnttnrka.
KiiiHloy'H AxIch, Soaliintl Cnniago
HprliiRe, Wlilfllelreca, tlnglo ami iloulilc
JJiihIi mid Othhh ScytheH nnd
Smitlia, Snniliiaky I'lniiea nml I'lnno Irona,
Coc'a Oenulna Wrenthea, Anvlle, Vltea
Alalia nud VUva rinnlilucd.
l'lantotH' lloo llmitllei, Hickory I
Pick, HleilRe, Axo nnd llntnliirt Ilnmllea,!
Ilnkn nml Chlael Ilnmllea. I
Sliovols mid SpndoH, (long and D
linmlU'd), Hnnderaoii'a Steel Kroopa, Iloya'
Spnilce n full nnaorliiicnt direct from the
innniifacttiiera.
HnrrowB, Road SerapcrH, liny
Cutters, Scales, I.nwn Mnnera, Olothca
WriiiKerB.Whi'cllinrrowa, Portable Forgea,
llniidnnd lllnckiuiltlia' llolloui.
llitif;linin Duckets, Stop Ladders,
Wooden Truyt. Olotheaplun, Wnslihoitnls.
Wool nml llonc Cnrdu, Curry nml 3lnm
Cotnlia.
rfhakcr Soukct Diooihh, Ilnttnti
Vnnl llroomi, Mops nml Mop Stlckt.
Dcd Scrows nnd Ded KeyB, Ktiglo
(Jiirrlaga Ilolta, Unit Kiidt, Holts,
Siimrc nnd HcTnon Nut, Wnslicra.
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Standard Rubbor Hoso, 3 nnd 4
ply, Carbnllxcd Knhbcr Hose, Z and I ply.
POWDER, SHOT AND CAi'S.j
KEROSENE OIL,
Cnndlo & Koroficno Wick, Lamps,
(Jli.iiulcllors, Lantern, Chlmneya, lluriicra
nnd Fixture', Kcroaeno (III Htovta, Wrap
ping Tlnc, Tumbler. Fish Ulobct,
Kurao Lamps.
TINWARE.
Toilet Sets, Chombcr Fails, Cus-
pldnrca, Tni), Chilli's Trny, Caah and
Lunch lloxe, Cal.o lloxcs, Hplce lloxe
Pieced Pnnt , C.iko Pan", Ilrend Pans, Dish
Puns, ltliiatni; Pun, Cullenders, -Milk
Strainers, Krj Whips, Ek5 Poachers,
FunneU, Hclnes, bklmmrra, Jtilly Jloulds.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
FULL LINES OF
Shelf Hardwnro,
Agricultural Implomonls,
llouho rurnishing Goods,
Pnints, Oils, Vnmishes,
Turpontino, &c, itc., Ac.
AGENTS FOH
The Dain Woyon,
Cortlnnd Wagon Company,
llallidio'H Barbed Wiro nnd Staples,
Hallidio'fi Pntont Wiro Ropo,
Avcrill's Chemicnl Pnints,
Cnlifornirt Wiro Work,
American Lubricators,
Albany Lubricating Compound,
Albauy Cylinder Oil.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Ml
37 'rl Nlrt-ct. Honolulu.
THOS.G. THRUM,
IMPOHTINCl AND MANUFACTUHINQ
STATIONER, NEWS AGENT
AND
BOOK BI3ST3D3DIL
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods
Fort Street (Itrewer'a lllock).
NEW OOOXS
Ileeelved for each Department every month, and
Special Orders nttrudtd to with promptness.
The Bindery Department
la Ilia only Competent Establishment In lha city to
attend toalluork from Pamphlet to Presentation llonlc
lllndlnes, and lllinL DouL ilanufaclurlni; of any dt
tcrlptlon.
T1IK 8TATI0NI.KY DEl'AUTMENT
U being rcnrcl with Huplo (loolt and Niiellei
conttdntly, amoni; tho inotl tncceatful of which fur
lime and money avlnit and comenlence, art
Letter l'ujior Mini Note l'upcr
la llloclttof ii Iteani each, or Ii Itoaiu tluiila thectt.
HOMKTIIINII NKW-I.elter Head, and NntolleaiU
full tbectwllhlevof DUmoiid lload. Can la had
In alu,(la theett to order If detlrcd.
THK HIWA DEPARTMENT
Hat aptctal earn suit atteullou, to Ititurt accuracy and
prompt delivery. mam
ON!
J tut to baud Kx "Eurek,1: trnd (or rUU by
tbo UinleralguoJ,
100 bkli,. PriiuD PUhUIIm 8li
At ih Lovemt Marl Hub.
M THtM.H. BAVtM
A L F RED
lias .lust Itorolvcicl i)X
Assortment s,
i:SPi:CIALLV ADAPTHI) TO THIS MAllKKT, COMPIUSINO:
Lmllea' ami Chllilirn'a )riaaea,
Laillra" ami Children' llnilrry,
Lnillei1 nml C')ill!rin' Ciilft ami Onllam,
l.n.llr' and Chlldreira Hllk Tlra,
l.aillea' Kmbroliterril Walata,
Lntllea' llmlirnlileinl (Jhemlarttra,
l.a.llea' Hat I'all -Hllk,
l.ndlra' Hlirtlaml Hhawlt,
I.aillra' Itrenkfa.t Hhanta,
Kaillrt' llrnl .WnHrt l.nrti ollnra,
Hllka, Hnllna, Vehfla,
I'npllna, llroeaded Velvet,
t'aahmerea, Merliina,
Ural Irish Mnena,
Printed l.lnrna,
l.awna, llelalnea ami .Mooitiler.
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Heal Valonoiennes Laoos !
Tnhlo Llnoti nnd Nitjildnn, Whilo DainaHk,
(Ircoii nml lied, Hod nnd Ulaok, Gold mid Drown Hep Tnblo Oovom,
Whito mid Drown H, 0 mul 10-t Hlirotintrn,
Whilo mid Drown KtiBHimi TowoIh,
Dinhroiilorcd mid Checked Honeycombed Dctlnprcntls.
All thono Articles woro Soloctcd with tho GrcntoBt Curo by my Agents
Jn Now York, Entopo and Smi Fraiicinoo, mid aro now od'ered horo for finlo nt
the lonon.! jiOHHiblo margin above lirnt cuhL
IK YOU WANT TO OKT GOOD DAHQA1NS, it will pay you io try mo bolero
tjoiiitf elbowhoro.
ALFRED M. MELLIS.
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g 104 Fort Street, Krowcr'd Block Honolulu
WILDER CO.
Importors and Dealers in
LUMBER
AMI
BUILDING MATERIALS I
UI' AM. It I. MIS.
JUST RBCEIVJBDl
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LATE ARRIVALS!
-hi:vi:uai,-
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
-or-
mm
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COJIl'llIHINO
ALL 2 HE USUAL S10GK SIZES
IN
SCANTLING,
TIMBER. PLANE, BOARDS,
FENCING AND PICKETS
LSO, OTV HAND
A Most Complete Stock of
DRY REDWOOD!
Scuntlinfe ; Plank, surfucod am) rough,
ltourils, surlucml anil rough ; lluttum,
I'ickuls, Ituatlc, Lattice, (Jluplioarde.
AUiO, I.V NTOCU,
A FINE ASSORTMT OF WALL PAPEP
I.ATKST MTYI.EH.
NAILS, LOCKS,
BUTTS. HINQES,
BOLTS. SCREWS, Etc
Paint and Whitewash rushes
WHITE LEAD,
M'llirK ZINC,
, PAINT OIL1
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS!
Glass,
Salt,
Firewood,
DOORS SASH BLINDS
A 1.1. N1ZKM,
Of Eaatern and Gallfornla Mak.
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
AM) AT
liO-W PlilOB
m 114
PIONEER LINE
FROM LIVERPOOL.
THEO. H. DAVIES
jrKBMN I'O HALE
Tlie Cargoev
Or"
CITY OF MADRID AND 01JEK0N,
(ion itHtjra raiMutsc)
Canilttmi; of llio utual attortiueut of
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING
Onlrnnlzed Iron UoofiiiR nnd Fence Wire,
Vortlnnd Coinvnt (White's),
Fire HriokH, Uluo Jlot'tlod Soap,
llont Welch Htoain Coal,
GajTiiniacd Irou Ware, Saddlery.
a pair 3Iirrloes, Tait A WaUoa'-i CwtrKngaU.
Wines, LhiuorsyAc. Ac Ac.
ALSO
Itaceived per UZZIS I1EDALE
DDK 111 HKCKMSKS,
0 Tom BUr4 Iroa, T Sail,
KmIhi HUtei, c. Ac.
Mil T1IKO. H.-JAVIHtl.
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OLD EX OATK FLOUK
Kitra Kaiull Iflour,
KMoraUu Vluut,
Mrau, UrounU Harltjr, Wkul Bail.,
Oaluiral, Corn Mnl,
Ualuiral, Uurn Mtttl.
Cratko4WU.l luiOlb. Wa, . ,
All bMk u4 tw. f5r njp. , ay..
C
ST
LUMBER
ELLIS
Imfn Arrlvul.H, n Largo
Merchandise
Clenla' ami Chllilirn't Tweed Hntta,
tlrnla' and Clilldtrn'a l.lnrn Hntlr,
Clrnta' anil Chlldrrn'a Data ami Ctpa,
(lenta'and CMblfen-aWhlleACnlMHIillta
(lenla'andniillilmi' " lloalery,
(If nla' and Chlldri n't llandkerrhleft,
(lenla Colored Hllk llamlkerrlilefa,
(lent' Plni Merino Undeiwrar,
(lenla White Duck Coala,
(lenla' White Hllk Coata,
l.nrrvl I.nrrt I area!
While Headed Hllk l.atet,
Mallean l.ace,
HUreil I.aee.
Illack Hllk and (Inlpler l.aret,
Ileal Herman Hhiead I.are,
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H. HACKFELD&CO.
OFFKll FOH SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
.IUHT ltllOKlVEl) 1'Kll
"ATAliANTA," FROM ilKKMEN,
(To bo followed by tho "Kale" an 'lolanl,")
And per Steamer, via Panama.
INVOKIKH OF
The Following Goods
Aro now In our pohhchnIoii :
DARK KLUE DKNIMS :
Kiiw 1'rlntH. Stnr l'ncl. Ac..
Drimn Cottotin, Horrock'n White Cottonn,A fc I)
Turkey Iti-il Cotton. Tickltien,
llliin Ontion Drill, Uluo nnd Fnncy FLAKNEL,
I-nHtliiL'H. Itnllnn Cloth. Itepiw,
Fnncy Whito mid Illnck I)rtKH8 GOODH, .
Jnciinnrd, Molmir, .MdiirhvIIiid, JncimctM, Ac.,
Unrest', Curtnlim, IjninUreiuliui, Tnblo Cover,
tic ilc. d-c. Ac.
TAILORS' GOODS :
IlnckHkinn, DorakltiR, CofitInKfl,DI(iKOtmI,
l'rlntod MoIcHklnR, Drown Cortbi,
Wliito Linen DrillH. Ae.
An Assortment of Shirts,
Woolen, Flnnnel nml Cotton Mixed,,
Merino and Cotton UnderHlilrtH,
WcxjI JnckntH, BIuiwIh, lllaakoU, ToweU, Ac.
HOSIERY:
Socks nnd Blocking), UnlbriRgan, ,
Ciiildrcn'8 Ac.
Silk Handkerchiefs, FonlnriLi,
T. It. nnd Fnncy Cotton llnmlkercbieffl,
NeckticH, Wool nnd Silk JJrnidii,!
IlibboiiH, Thrcnd, lluttumt, Ac.
India Rubber Coats and Overalls
Fancy nnd Toilet Articled : Florida Wnter,
Genuine Enu do Cologne, l'hilocomo,
ConibH, Tooth Jlrnslu, Lubin'n Extrnctg,
Feather DuhUth, Ilnrmonic-ni,
Violin StritiKH, I'lnviiiK Cnrda,
Looking Qlasbcs, Vienna Chairs.
STATIONERY:
3tln.nk Books, LodRors, Jonmnla,
Dny Books, Copy and Jtccciiit Hooks,
Gold lf, -WJlAl-l'ING l'Al'EH,
biiiHjnor 1'rintiiin l'nper, two tdzeg,
Manila ltoiw nil ubios. Suunynru,;
Flnx nnd licinp I'ackinK,
s-ukei.x c3 Goal IBtasai
Wooliwck, ltarlnpfl. Sail Twino,
lndin Itubber X'nckinK,
SADDLES Sydney and English.
Powder, Lead and Zinc Faint,
HARDWARE :
Fence Wire, 4, 6, C: IIoop Iron, ItiveU,
Gnlviinized Iron Piim-h ii to U inch,
Yellow Motal 10 to 3C oz., NnilH, Steel Rail,
J'urforntcd Urnss, UnckeU, Cutlery, Bclsaori,
Hatcher and I'ockct Kniven,
ltnzots, Sbecp Bbenrx, 8nw Files, Ac.
CBOCKEUY In Assorted Crate. Also.
Dinner, l)renkfnst nnd Too Setn,
llowls, ltice JJishcd, Cups, Flower PoU.
GROCERIES :
Sardines. Viniftnr, Duret's OHtb OH,
Gcrninn SnuHngo,
Ultrn WohU Wue, Bine Mottled Bonn,
Table Salt, Stcarino Candles, 47. do.
LIQUORS :
Ilontellnu Brandy, Gin, Bum, Alcohol,
St. l'nul's Ale, Mullcr'a Lacer Bier, CbanipnKii,
Cb. i arro nnd 11 idaieck liry Munopolo, io,,
Emnty Demijohns, Market IlaskeU,
MolatuH-H nnd Tallow BaxreU.
CEMENT:
Stockholm Tnr, Fire Clay, Fire Bricka,
Itcd Bricks, Tiles, Slntea, JloaU,
Vlucksuiitli's Conl, Stcnm Coal, Xo.
ALSO HTKAM CLAK1FIEKS,
AMD
Pianos from L. Neufeld, Bcrlia
FOH BALK UY
II. HAt-wr-ci. c,.
811 1
NEW DRUG 8TORE
m avvAMD aTBunr.
nexi'Ktrrruu.Y invitk
THE ATTENTION OF THE PUILIC,
To lha rati that tbrjr bar
Opened at their Old Stand,
No. OS Nouano Htrtf I, a Fall Line of
DHUOS, OUEMIOALS, DYE STUFFS,
AND
Dll Ut GISTS' S UXDJUE8,
INOLUIUNO
THK 0ELEBBATKD CILLUL0ID
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fc THI LAJIOI8T AMD MOAT
Ct,rt JUsmmMt I) NlMMn
tub err w.
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I la chwf-t of a Pbaruac.ittUt laarM natiliaii
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