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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1856-1888, January 24, 1874, Image 4

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THE PAOiriC
Commercial Spbertiscr.
SA T VR DA V. J A .V LA It 2 .
OUR PARIS LETTER.
Paris, December lotli, l7i.
(.'unJinal d? Kichclicu obscrvcJ two an J a Lalf
centuries ag ; ' tLe French aro n t only li,;t ,
ituraticnt, arl little accustomed t- fatigue ; in
adliticn, thej aic accused to he never content
with the present; they m&ke no effrti to sur
mount their natural drawbacks for the advantage
of their country ; they hare no dread of danger,
but wish to encounter it without trouble; the
leaal duties they fe:l to be inauf j-ortable ; they
have not "-Sclent coolnew to wait one minute
for the arrival cf their happlneee, and grow tired
even from th continuation of their propcritjr."
The Cardinal added what to-day rcueiublce a
truUiu, " it id next to a certainty, that the opin
ion universally entertained of the trench being
incapable of discipline and rule, rota ujn no
other foundation than th; incapacity of their
Liteemen, who do not know how to .-! oms the
neecwarj ineann to accomplish the ends they
propose. " The nation l.aa iiaproved, but public
uitu are still defective. The new Government if
not agreed upon the republic or monarchy, cer
tainly are -upon the necessity ol rtifling j.ublic
opinion. It dic not belong to the profeioii
of a statesman," said favour, to govern with
out liberty." It is only the feeble and tLe d'-s-potie
that rely cn force ; and this is the more
reprehensible, when no necessity cxifcta for meas
ures of severity. Ministera allege that the safety
of aocietj depends cn the election of local mayor,
ana that the liberties which were possible alter
the termination or the war ana hi pretence ot
the insurrection of Paris, arc to-day inadequate
after two years of order and rcioc. To believe
the ministerial journals, each d-j lindi eociety
on the verge of a yawning abjs, and one of them
rhaJIengeJ to indicate where thct-c affected tcr
rors could be frunJ, pointed t the project fo
taxing house property in the city, to eovcr th
expenses of keepmg the streets clean The same
tax has lnen more or lees levied since the year
The country has no objection to march ; it only
demands to know in what eenoe it marches, an
to where. It has not the slightest faith in the
commission of thirty bringing forth even a mou.e
as that body is condemned in advance to sterility
because it dcm been created in a spirit of cxclu-
eivenew to serve the passions of a party. Royalty
being a contraband article lor seven years a
least explains why the Orleanists essay to cover
't with the flag of republicanism. They will work
all the saane for the reconstruction of monarchy,
and when the edifice is finished, when McMahon
shall have been thanked for drying the walls
and be as summarily dismissed as Thiers was
they will offer again the crown to Henri V., who
will decline tho conditions, and their the Comte
de Pans, it is hoped, will prove as aceommodat
ing as his grand-father. The conspirators have
all the chances of being caught in their own trap,
. .and experiencing the fate of the Tipcr and the
r ri. Tt, t:n -l I i 1 n : i r
uiu. me uauuu w inuncu iu uiujr miuiuuciiwii.
Franco just now wants a littlo more light, even
an excess of it i9cTCted, though this, according
to Pascal, is equivalent to darkness. SJc docs
not believe that the reigning Ministers arc ncccs
pary to her salvation, nor that the prcecnt laws
they aro forging, aro destined to be employed
against others but themselves hereafter. There
are nearly 36,000 Communes, or parishes, in
France, with an average population of 1000 each.
The Cabinet proposes to have the right of nomi
nating ana of removing the mayors of these Com
munes, to have thus 30,000 electioneering agents,
to control the eight millions of electors in France,
and to secure thereby the return of official riimli-
dates. The law will simply kill the unity of
I . m - . .
communal uie, ana orcaK mo Donus wnicn really
link to the state; the Municipal Coup d' Etat
will exasperate, instead of intimidating, and will
he reflected in the Erst general election, for the
deputies are not like the Academicians, immortal.
bcnouB events may be expected when the pro
gramme u presented formally, for cutting down,
not what is objectionable, but diuazrceablc in
universal suffrage and aLso on the suppression of
me law tor niiing op vacancies as at present, m
the Assembly. As for the press laws, the only
project t ranee nas not trica is that rut m lorce
In Vruniu, w ncro uibmarcjc s liejzcincn made a
house to house search among the subscribers to a
certain journal, to seize the copies of that obnox
ious print, which occaaailteU the capital ein of
publishing the very latest Papal lucubration.
There is still another project French Governments
have never fairly tried, and which is now work
ing successfully in Austria, In the land oi the
Metternichs and the bcbwarzcnbcrjrs, and as de
scribed by Francis Joseph in presence of the
deputation of journalists who congratulated him
on tho twenty-fifth anniversary of bis reign, as
roltows : 41 1 rully appreciate the importance ot
a free press, which develop intellectual life, and
instructs how to healthily judge public events,
and while guarding its own dignity, respects
private lire, ana discusses anuirs ot state with
independence and patriotism ; hence, why 1 have
consented to abolish all barriers which obstruct
the free expression of opinions." French Min
uteri would do well not only to study these
. imperial words, but to imitate such imperial
I j acts, instead of ransacking the armory of the
m - -
secona rjnptre ior weapons, ana mat me jona
partists object, naturally, to any government cm
ploying but themselves. When the old priest in
Ciascony was upbraided with using the sermons
of another, he replied : Well, what matter if
I borrow the musket of my neighbor to kill
Beelzebub; tho essential is, to kill the devil."
The essential with tho monarchists is, to kill all
opposition to the restoration of royalty, which of
course is more important than the claims of
France.
Though Eazaicc's . trial has not revealed the
clearness that was to be desired in the way of
clinching tne nails in his colhn, no person
accepts him as innocent, and the majority of the
public conclude, even in the tangled web, a suffi
cient thread will be disengaged, to connect him
amply with the intrigues and machinations that
led to the capitulation ot nis army as auo with
the indiscipline and disorganization, in which it
id alleged, he so adroitly speculated. All that a
lawyer could do to save .a man's honor, M.
Locbaud has done Tor his client ; if he committed
u fault, it was that of an excess of zeal, lie
certainly made a great mistake in falling back on
the political situation to justify Uuzaine s inact
ivity and the starving into surrender of bis army.
The French know very well that it was not (!am-
hetta declared war against Germany, and that it
was Sedan gavo the final push, which toppled
over the more than tottering throne of .Napoleon
111.;-they also know, but it is for strangers to
recall it, that Gam bet La was accepted till events
hccauie too powerful for him, and had he been
successful in beating back the invaders, he would
have been applauded as a saviour of society
instead of being reproached as a dictator. Just
the same with the deceased Emperor, had he
necured the natural geographical boundaries of
trance, which Irovidencc only created during the
Crst Republic, be would havo been hailed as a
genius insicau oi ucing condemned as a loot.
i r l 1 .t r n - - .
ine Teruics in toe cao or ixizainc is only a ques
tion ot some nours, ana it is well to bear in
mind, that on the technical questions be has been
long ago found guilty by tho military commission
appointed to inquire into the conduct of tho late
campaign. That Terdict is expected to be now
corroborated, as well as enlarged, and at the same
time an opinion be expressed, to indict the will
ing instruments of the prisoner. It is a relief to
have the process concluded.
The budget is accepted as squared, less ten
millions of francs, which no difficulty is expected
will be encountered to raise. This satisfaction
rests on the word and the talent of the able Min
ister of Finance. In, the discussion of the bud
get no serious opposition is to be anticipated, be
yond the grumbling inherent to interests that de
sire other interests to bear the burden of taxa
tion, and a desire on the part of ardent patriots
of the j ti arm France to the teeth in the twinkling of
represei an eye. The returns of exports and imports up
one ha !'' thc ' November arc satisfactory, every
i.i u i7 enfidercd, and indicate a Wane of trade
although electeu. jr jrance. of something like Lalf a mil
we must as5-"iL nrxtthjrce months' returns will be
that wb"" -uliarly instructive. ,
of one x Th3 frct 13 te tiu3 7car but not the lees wcl
come. The weather in the words of a French
. poet, is as beautiful as glory, and as cold as thc
rcsentaX. tomD Anxious -lothcrs are laying in stocks of
and no I flannel and ipecamanna ; the rheumatic are plac
ble in Li 'ng io battle array infallible frictions and noted
for the o anoaJne8' The poor have onlj for relief hope.
The authorities are not resting on their oars in
Jor any reference to hygienic precautions ; they are deter-
mined to ta.iint.iin the reputation of Paris us lc
in,r tl.o hc.iiihiot citv in ti.e world, and thc eaA.it
in an aern'; f .-ig;.tccn enr, when a revolu
tion takr il.i '. The fciid 1 n outbreak of cholcni
in Municli. when -.ill trace of the ni.il.idy had
dnapi eared an e;Tc. tua!ly us is the cas? now with
P.iri-, h.n oiilv inr.4lc our l.elth-insrctora rc
d ti!!: th- ir tl'rt-.
If t!;.' I 'o lute d Ci.aujbord cniluuti to travel
incogMt". witlt ut duly announcing toe f.ict in
advance, j qlc m iy c .n-luj.- he is per Lap not
a!'t.-r all tli: 1-t f In-: 1 ..urbv-i:.-. '1 he late pc
cr t vi.-it h? jai l to cr.-aiMc.-r, concealcJ in s-me-tiiirig
lik- tiic !..n j rnmes, has made hiru ridic
ulouc, in addition t j hi being importable. That
act in "iiilirrr."tory f hi w illmgn(i to bargain
over lh; white ll.i and hi. iioinortal principles.
Very fjjii h: wiii he reviewed by Jules Favre,
who i to plead hcfr; the Court of Appeal the
claims of the fr-called f&Uc Comte de Chambord,
and the ino?t piquant revelations are expected to
be mad-; rcjting Louis Philij pc and the Elder
I'urbon. Tho event will s-.-rve as a peg on
which to hang a rlitical attack. The descend
ant of IyuU X II., duke of Normandy, deny
of course that Marie Antoinette's son died in
jrison; they pretend, happily f.r France, to no
crown, but call upon 'the " u.urjr," to disgorge
half of whatever he inherited through the martyr-king.
Ih-t;i I of one "child of a miracle,'
wc have two.
Earring arc becoming Miiall by dcgret-B. Not
being able to abolish them altogether, doctors
recommend thoc only to i worn, which are ex
tremely light, and never to be eusjicnded by a
pinching clafep where no hole has been made in
the -iir. It api-ars that ladies who wear very
small earring, do not think it worth while to re
move thciu before going to fcleep. A Parisian
doctor ha. be n c-ilIM in to attend several caes
w here the lobe of thccar remained obbtiuatcly
itiflamcd from the ornament being pressed against,
and one young lady had to undergo a surgical
operation t j extract thc tiny gem which inflama
tioii had absorbed into thc tHuc. IJcautiful ears
require no ornament, and the contrary are better
without unduly drawing attention to them.
Heavy pendant disfigure thc cars. Strabo re
lates, that the .Scythians had cars so long, that
their owners employe! one aa a mattress, and the
othor n a counterpane. The fear of such a
calamity may explain why French sailors are
gradually ceaoing to wear 6inall gold earrings.
A medical inquiry ought to be instituted as to
the manner massive gold earrings affect the fish
ermen's wives, and their pretty daughters at
lioulognc-sur-mer.
It it a scientific fact, that thc atmosphere is
subjected to marked meteorological changes be
tween the full and tho new moon. Astrology
long ago dealt much in lunar influences, and emi
nent prnctiti'-ncrs Ixjmbroso of Pavia for exam
ple, maintain, thct-c influences are closely asso
ciate! not only with madness, but with every
form of human eccentricity. There is then little
surprising in thc announcement, that a French
man has now passing through thc press a volume
attributing !til the misfortunes of his country
since 1789, to thc influence of thc moon ; that is,
every folly committed coincided with a full moon.
Man is ever the creature of circumstances. An
other medical work is announced on the " Theory
of crying." It ought to bo dedicated to Jules
Favrc.
A workshop has been successfully opened for
cutting diamond in Paris, by a young French
man who has served his apprenticeship in Hol
land. Thc art Bought refuge there with the
Huguenots, so it is not astonishing it should re
turn to the place from whence it came.
Mcrimco was thc pet litterateur at the Tuiler
ies, and was married according to report to Nap
oleon thc Third's mother-in-law, and much for
his majesty's peace or mind. Mcrimco met liis
mark at iwarritz, was much pleased with his
amiable manners, wit, and polish; he did not
consider thc prince to be at all naif; his wife,
Merimee believed, had thc largest feet in all Ger
many, and his daughter in this respect followed
in her mother's footsteps.
Two old books were bought a few days ago by
different persons, for a few sous, and contained
Treasury warrants for fr. 10,000. Since then,
Athenians havo taken actively to book-hunting.
3i)l)crtistmfnls.
HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF !
L n.l WAKKANTED. Fur tale by
oclS Cm A. W. PEIRCK 4c CO.
NOTICE,
II . I.M; l't'lVJIf ASISO
EjrX-V tti r.Ucksmith tiliop,Tool,SMck
. " 1 Oih-J ill c.f the buiinesiof
r-i.-M Mr in. Il'NTAN, the Shop on
yaeen Street, oiosile tiic olj Custom lloune, will be cloieil,
aixl the bu4inei
Removed to the Shop on the Esplanade,
Ut-.-ly occui'Ud ly Ir. Duncan, where
BLACKSMITH ING
Will be Carried on in all its Branches
SiIIl" SMITUIXt!,
CAKK1AUE S.MITUIXO, and
1I0RSK-SHOKINU,
!AltTU'ri.All ATTKXTIOX I'.4I1 TO
"horse-shoeing !
a fully cumetcnt workman being explored to make it a
I ecialtjr.
BLACKSMITH'S COAL AND IRON
Alwar IIanl ninl For Sale.
XJ- Or.lr from the other Islands roin.tly filled aud
forwards!.
BtiQ tl
JNO. II. THOMPSON.
JUST RECEIVED
AMI KOIl SAI.K AT TIIK
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE !
IN HONOLULU,
Established in 1858.
A I,AKCK AND FIXE
Assortment of
IE ATA IV A
AM)
GERMAN
CIGARS!
Turkish, Porto Rico
and Kanasta
Sixiolvirig Tobacco !
AND A LOT OK
VERY FINE BRIAR WOOD PIPES!
a in
constantly on Hand, thc VERY BEST
-OF
CHEVYING & SMOKING TOBACCO!
Iflccrsclmiim lipcs.
Cigar I-Toldors, Szc9 efce.
H. I. NOLTE.
jal 3m Cornrr Hurrn nncl Nquku Sia.
WATER! WATER!
UXTII. FI'KTIIKK NOTIfK.TIlK Hot KS
t'OK IKKIiiATloN wi.l It-
From 7 to 9 A. M.. and from 4 to 5 P. M.
Til l.'. L NtJ, ?ut.t. Water Works.
II .ii .luiu. X v. II, 1V73. nr.15 3m
Properties For Sale or Lease
TIIKCKM'DllATrU) M UAK LAXI) OF
r.. .L . i.' . it . t
ALSO
The LaiiJ, Iloa.to, I'jjture an.l Prem;.- r.f A I' A I K K A K.
Kona, Hawaii, containing about Too arn
For i.artiraUr aprily to
or25 W L. GRELX. i
v-4,
A XEW ADVERTISKMEiVT ! ! !
A FEW OF THE MANY
JX sucli Prices as
WILL PAY TO GIVE THEIYI A CALL !
PAINT OIL Hubbuck's Beit Pale Boiled and Raw :
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC-Hubbucks Best in Oil;
PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE, RED LEAD AND OCHRE,
CHROME GREEN, BURNT AND RAW UMBERS,
PARIS GREEN. VERMILLION,
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA. PRUSSIAN BLUE.
KEEOSENE
MATCHES. 8 Card. DAIUV SAM. CKLSHKD
UK A M.S. KXTKA I'OINTS, UK A.MS AMI HA.MLh.
Cut Nails, Wrought Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes !
AMOSKEAC, PEARL RIVER AND ENGLISH DENIMS,
SUPERIOR FANCY PRINTS, LINEN JfJULLs.
FOR THE LADIES ESPECIALLY !
Cambric and Hamburg Kdjjings and Insertions. Ileal and Imitation Valencienes Lace;.
ju21 Fine Printed Drilliants for Children's wear, Ac., ic, Ac, Ac, Ac. qr
GRAMMAR SCHOOL!
MASTER
. ...Til K REV. T. C. SKAULE.
Boys, either Native or Foreign, Received
ol9 km Day Schlar or Bonrdc r. 6m
LUMBER, JUMBER !
LEVERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
ON
Port, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE OXJiANU AM) FOR SAIE.
Boards, Flanks and Battens.
Nor West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Flaned Boards.
Rough and Flaned Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
WHITE CEDAR
AND
SHINGLES!
DOORS, WINDOWS AM) BLINDS !
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC FAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Faris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Faint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
METALLIC PAINT
FOR PLANTATION' USE.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIGHT AND FLANTATiON USE
WHITE EASTERN PINE
BOARDS AND FLANKS.
AND-
ALL OTHER Bl'UDIM MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
te!3 3m ins.
JUST RECEIVER
NEW GOODS from CHINA
VIA SAN FRANCISCO.
PER BARK J. W. SEAYER !
CONSISTING OF:
Fine Jewelry
FOR I. A OIKS :
$ich us Xfckbtcfs (iid Jinu'tUts. Kinlnjs ami
Brooches,
Ma.le of Crystal, Cornelian, Tortoise Shell, MM an I Silver
and Bird Eye Style.
SILK FOR DRESSES
Pongee. I'ina, Striped, Checked and assorted color?.
Pure White Grass Cloth,
Fancy Slippers for ladies & gentlemen,
Colored Embroidered Silk Scarfs,
Ladies' Lacquered Work Boxes,
FINE CARVED
Sandal Wood and Ivory Card Cases !
Paper Cutters, Boxes.
All Kinds of Fans,
Pearl, Cornelian and Ivory Buttons
and Studs.
and oihrr Otriosititg i hum front f utentiim.
ALSO
White China Matting,
China and Japan Teas,
X.c. &.r. A.o.
FOR SALE BY
AFONG Si. ACIICCK.
oS ly j3 NuaanuSt.,ner King.
THINGS TO BE FOUND
OIL!
Downer's Cenuine and Devoo's.
SUGAK.. PARIS li.nWS. with KXTKA HEAVY
mm goods !
THE UNDERSIGNED
UAYH JUST RECEIVED AND
Now Offer For Sale the Cargo !
FKR
BRITISH BARK BENVOIRLICH !
Fi-om IIOUglLOUg.
32t-j7 E.IRTIIERS TILES,
610 Rolls Matting,
440 Camphor Wood Trunks,
372 Bales Twine,
514 Packages Tea,
178 Cases Packages,
159 Boxes Cigars,
167 Packages Chairs,
122 Cases Wine,
74 Packages Fire Crackers,
200 Boxes Oil.
55 Jars Soy,
61 Bales Paper,
30 Boxes Tobacco,
26 Packages Ironware,
477 Coils Manila Rope,
20 Boxes Vermicelli,
801 Packages Sundries.
CHULAN & CO.,
octl 3 in
Xuni
street.
8. BREWER & GO.
ARE NOW PREPARED TO
OiToi Joi- Sale
PER
SHIP SYRE TV,
JLST ARRIVED FROM BOSTON,
-THE
I
STEAM COAL,
CENTRE BOARD WHALE BOATS.
TIIIRTV FEET.
BRIGHT VARNISH,
GUNNY BAGS,
ONE HUNDRED CASES
CARD MATCHES!
COTTON DUCK, Nos. 1 to 10,
SLEDGE, AXE & PICK HANDLES,
PAINTED BUCKETS,
MASON'S BLACKING.
PAPER BAGS. Assorted ;
HALES
A1SKEM mill 1111 Ell DEMMS
YELLOW METAL,
COMPOSITION NAILS,
TAR AND PITCH,
KITS No. 1 MACKEREL,
KEGS BOSTON CRUSHED SUGAR,
PARIS PLOWS, with Extra Beams
and Handles;
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
OR. BBLS. CLEAR PORK,
CASKS DAIRY SALT, CORN STARCH
AN ASST. OF HUBS AND SPOKES,
3 FAMILY REFRIGERATORS,
COPPER PAINT,
OX BOWS, 1 3-4 in. and 2 in.
CHARCOAL IRONS. HAY CUTTERS,
OX YOKES,
" GOOSENECK" HOES.
Eastern Pino Keg and Barrel
SHOO IK. S !
.17 rf if,,' ,ibiy f.7' h" iiffcffd );.) cci l.lb-
trl! 7V-);i. Hrst-rt-is-i Vol' 7m
nnnm
IE
MERMB
1ULUU I
jj20 aik3
C. BREWER Jt CO.
t
NOTICE!!!
If all Acconnts -due
standinrr aro not settled
of Iebriiary, 1874, Xegal action will be taken to
recover same.
Criterion House, Fort Strttt.
At the Concrete Fire-Proof Block, Nos. 95 and 97 King Street, Honolulu,
IIIFOBTIS Ai OH IN BML 1RCMIB
FOR YOUH.
HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Hollowware, Cutlery,
Seine Twines, Fishing Tackle,
PAINTS, PAINT OILS, VARNISHES, KEROSENE OIL,
Byam's 8 Card Matches,
Window and Picture Glass,
Lamps, Lanterns and Chandeliers.
WE WOULD SUGGEST TO OUR CUSTOMERS A NO THE PUBLIC GENER
ALLY, that the present is a suitable time to repair and paint bouses and out-buildings. It is short lighted
economy to let them go another year without giving them one or two coats of good paint. The dry winds and burning
sun of the summer, and the heavy rains that will penetrate the unprotected buildings during the succeeding winter, will
do damage to property that will cost the owners three times the amount that it would take to paint them now.
It has been generally understood, we believe, by those who pretend to know anything about paints, that Hub
buck k Son's Lead and Zinc are the BEST Paints ever brought into this Market, in fact, some go so far as to assert
they are the BEST Faints known to the world. We take pleasure in informing our friends and the friends of every
concern, here and elsewhere, that we have recently received an Invoice of White Lead and Zinc, which la said to be
superior to Hubbuck & Son's celebrated paint. We now have on hand and for sale, four qualities of White Lead, and
three qualities of White Zinc, including Ilubbuck & Son's bent 1 rands. And we think we can suit any and everybody
in the Paint Line, in regard to quality and price.
PAIIVTS OItOUiI IX Oil, !
White Lead, four qualities, Cheap, GooJ, Better, Best, White Zinc, three do.. Good, Better, Best,
Ilubbuck & Son'3 Best Black Paint, in 10, 12. and 25 lb. kegs,
Hubbuck & Son's Chrome Green, dark and light, in 1, 2. 5, 10, and 25 lb. containers,
Ilubbuck & Sou's and R C. W. Paris Green, in 1, 2, and 4 lb. tins,
Ilubbuck & Son's Brilliant Green Taint, in 1,2, 6, and 10 lb. tins,
Ilubbuck & Son's and R. C. W. Prussian Blue, in i and 1 lb. tins, Park Liwn Green, in 1, 2 lb tins.
Chrome Yellow, in 1, and 2 lb. tins. Celestial Blue, in 1 lb. tins,
Raw and Burnt Umber, in 1 and 2 lb. tins, Raw and Burnt Sienna, in 1 lb. tins. Vermilion, iu j lb. tins,
Van Djke Brown, in 1 lb. tins. Drop Black, in 1 lb. tins. Coach Black, in 1 lb. tins,
Patent Dryer, in 1, 2, 5, and 10 lb. tins,
METALLIC PAINT in 15 lb. kegs, Red Paint in 25 lb. kegs,
DRY PAIXTS,
Ultra Marine Blue, Light Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Italian Red, Prussian Blue,
Italian Van Djke Brown, Italian Raw Sienna, Spanish Brown, Vermilion, Orange Chrome,
Celestial Blue, Yellow Ochre, Red Ochre, Fire Proof Paint, Metallic Paint, Verdigris,
Red Lead, in 2j lb. kegs, Litharage, Drop Black, lump and pulverized, Lamp Black.
Whiting. Plumbago, Rotten Stone, lump and pulverized, Pumice Stone, lump and pulverized,
Soap Stone, Bath Brick, Chalk, Dark and Light Glue.
DEVOIS'S FUBXITURE VARNISH, Xo. 1,
Devoe's Damar Varnish, No. 1, Deroe's Copal Varnish, No. 1, Devoes Couch Varnish, No. 1,
Black Body Coach Varnish, No. 1, Fischer's Coach Varnish, No. 1, Bright Deck Varnish,
Noble & Hoare's best White Hard Spirit Varnish, Noble & Hoare's Elastic Carriage Varniah,
Noble & Hoare's Best Brown Hard Spirit Varnish, Noble & Hoare's French Polish,
knotting Composition, Black, Brown and Green Japan, Brown Japan Dryer,
Spirits Turpentine, in 1, 2, and 5 gallon cans,
Hubbuck S Son's Best Pale Boiled Linseed Oil, in 1, 2, 3, and 4 gallon drums,
Hubbuck and Son's Best Raw Linseed Oil, Trank Miller's Harness Oil,
Leather Preservative and Elastic Oil Polish, Brown's Leather Dressing Neats Foot Oil,
Army and Navy Boot and Shoe Blacking, D iy & Martin's Liquid Shoe Blacking,
Axle Grease, of three different manufacturei",
Carbolic Soap, and disinfectant for washing horses, sheep, dogs, cats, ic,
!?cented, Bath, Toilet, and Medical Soaps.
DOWNER'S & DEVOE'S BEST KEROSENE OILS !
BYAM'S CELEBRATED 8 CARD MATCHES,
nlwTr UTt I'aint, .aah tool. I'.-t-, Varni.h, Painters' Luster", Whitewash, Marking, Ftencil, Olue,
KJ.VU 55 IT Jlli S ihue, Uucto, l)u-t, Sail, T.iotli, Centrifugal.
Of the above Bru3us we keep a larire a.-a-rtiuen!, which we i.QVr at retail, from 10 cent each to $3.50 accordiog to
size, kiiid and quality. .
' Dealer and Conaurn?r deviring to .uivh-.i' :iny g .u.ls In our line will find it to their advantage to give ui a
call lfore going t-lewhere.
We eoeitiiiue to s-ll Ouods, uirtwilhsUndir.g ' the times are hard." Our Superior Stock recommends Itself. And
our prices as usual are VERY LO V. il V
CTs of over lTour Months
on or before the 15th day
oc25
.foreign c5Dti!istmtals.
WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO.,
' Sliipplni; iV lohitiiissioii Hcrni.iut,
t V Ht i IM "
. thS .it tl't
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CORBIiT & MACI.LAY,
' !iiijtrlri. j 4si i rt r
roiii in iiii Utnli nitv
Shippers aud Dealers of Oregwu Piodun
! Osttrr IO ( aliUmU Mtrfl
IMIKTl.t ML ORKUO.N t
t 3 mmU 1 A r'ral,Mtl Itll l Klr.l
H C. H!Un. . . Hna of Oali'-wnla I t'ran !-
Ctia.deH, lresdtnt . V. h f.tuftr Co. ran rrauc.M-
Mmn. fM k Oo i. i'"
Mar. lA l.t HtLn, tankers . IVvttaod, Vtt-'
Bank of Uritnh Culuiulxa.... I'urtlanJ. Oifi
Meur. I.. Uoklnnita Co Portland, lri
CortMtl, ratUmr Ci. fiwUand, Orrfcn
Messrs Bthop Co , flankers Hrlat
('aiUauirnttst UlnaJ I'rsJare lirllr.
' ' A. P. EVERETT.
Forw arding A. Commission .Mt rcbant
4U5 I HOST VTKEKr, CUUNKK I LU ,
SA FRANCISCO.
Particular attrnlivu) -aij to Conljmuents id Itlan.l Trvolucs.
l '''
.1 . I.'iOifiltiii Nr
. I'OUWAKIIIMI AMI
von n i i orv .11 1: kcii a a tn,'
lort limit, Orogon.
IIAVIJSU 1IEK.N KNUAUKI) IN 411 R fit I- -I
M. ant business for a wards of svrn yoars, aa I Mi.,
ix-aiedla fire proof brick bulljinf ar trparpi.i rs-fi
and dispose of Island staples, such as ur, HU-v.Fj ru)i I'ulu,
Coffre, Ac, to advantage. ConalRuments rapeciallv Uoiir.i
or the Oregon market, to which personal attention will r-r paid
,nd upon which cash advances will be made when reulr.-.!
- Pan Tmkncifica Rirsswrw:'
Badfer A IJndenberger, Jas. l'atrlck A Co ,
I'red. Ikan, W. T. CoUman A Co ,
ttevrns, Maker A Co.
ruaviiw Braaacs:
Allen k Lewis. LadJ A Tlllon. I.ennar.1 A Htren
HoxoirLU KtrkasMCKii
a14 Walker A Alt. n Iv
w. a. I kKiix.r,
31 Kn.i.l ht. han 'rat-i'ii
1'ortUnd,
LEVERIDOE, WADHAMS & CO.
W U o 1 o h ilJL e Or i o i m
ASI
Forwarding and Commission Merchant s.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
Particular Attrntoo paid U (ouilitumrut r
o HwJwIdi sIhm4 l'rliir. ' l
The Anglo-Californian Bank,
(MMtTF.n,)
4I CAl.A.' ST.. SAN FRAJV'lsrl. 'AI..
LONDON OIK10K 3 ARKL COt'HT
NEW YORK AUKNTf, J. W. PKI.KIMAN A C, fl
Broad Ptr l.
Authorized CAPITAjTsTOCK, $0,000,000
VmriL.il receive oeim'isits. open ac-
T counts, make collections, toy and vll Ksrhange and
Bullion, loan Money and issuo Letters tf Credit avaltall
throughout the world.
K. O. PNKATfl. I,,,,,,,,,,,,.
A. 17. PEIRCE & G O.
Ofl'cr for Msilc;
Ml IP II A ILi:i! V
WHALJ BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
oiroc i:ui b:s,
LIME AND CEMENT,
CALIFORNIA HAY,
AND
By Steamer from San FrauciBCo,
POTATOES, ONIONS, &Ct
Brand's Bomb Lances.
Perry Davis. Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
ocia ir
rSxiliiion,
OF TIIK IMI'KI N (t OF IN1I.
warranted in good order, f.r sale at a v-ry f
Ifrurc, it, orl-r to close a cnniiif 'imciit.
II. IIA( KrM.I K
HAWAIIANFIRE WOOD !
rflllS WOOD IN Ktl'AI.T TWO ClIKIIs
of Foreign.
For Hale l.y CIIAH. VtSU,
No. 6, MrrrhtMit M.
A FEW BBLS. HUMPBACK OIL.
WHICH IS NEXT TO MKR.I.
For Bale iy CIIA?. LONU,
oc. o. tl, .Mvrcii.ni nt.
WIRE ROPE,
I?OK SALE HV
I1
aA CIIAf. IN.
BEANS, BEANS.
C1II I I.I liEANN AM) C'AL.l. HE A NS.
white and red, warrantHl snri. r to any In lh B.srk. t .
no8 For Pale tiy CIIA?. f.ONU,
WOOL, HIDES & TALL0V
i'L'RCHASKO AT THE
HIGHEST MARKET RATES
HV
ja4
H. HACKFELD & Co.
A SMALL LOT OF
WESTPHALIA 11.11!.
a 2 x i xxx o ft r t 1 o 1 o .
JUST RECEIVED EX R. C. WYLIE !
And For Hale in quant'.ties to suit, hf
s2T tf H. HACKFELl) A- C O.

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