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SATURDAY. JAMAH. 31.
Mark Twain and the Ladies.
At the anniversary ftiTfI of th S-,tti-li l..r
fioration of Ijrvljn -n Monliy v.i,ii. in
rMiponse to the tu.it of" Tl Ivl;.,"
Mark Twain tcj .lif-1. He f.ii I I am j r.u I,
indeed, cf the distinction of h in cho?-ii 1 1
rponl to thi cfciiil toaat, t"'Ilo l-i.li'-c"
or to women if jou lae, fr t t i th in
ferable tcrni, perhaps ; it i e-rLiifJjr the oMcr,
and therefore the more entitled to rcvc-rcn-e.
(La'aghter.) I hate noticed that the IiiM with
that Iain, blunt honest j which i-t such a Cvii
cptcuoafl ctaractcriitic c( the Scrir ture, is always
particular to never refer to even the illustrious
mother of all xnnnkind herself a a hvly,"' but
peaks of her as n woman. (Laughter.) It i
cxid, but jou will find it i b-j. I am p-culuf Ijr
proud of this honor, because I think that th
toast to women w one which, by ril.t ami lj
ererr rule of gallantry, ehould take precedence
of all others of the army, of the narj, cf even
royalty itself perhaps , though tlie latter is not
necessary in this day and in this Land, fr the
reason that, tacitly, you do drink a broad general
health to all g.od women when you drink the
health of the Queen of Holland and the Princess
of Wales. (lud cheers.) I have in mind a
poem juat now which is familiar t you all,
familiar to eTcrybody. And what an inspiration
that was (and how inntantly the present toast
recalls the reran to all our mind-) when the
most noble, the most gracious, the j tirc.-t, and
sweetest of all pocta says :
" Woman '. O woman "c
(Laughter.) Howetcr, you remember thclim-s;
and joo remember how focJingly, how daintily,
how almost imperceptibly the Terser1 raise up
before you, feature by feature, the ideal of a true
and perfect woman; and how, as you contemplate
the finished marvel, your Iioinnze grows into
worst ip of the intellect that could create o fair
a thing out of mere breath, mero words. And
you call to mind bow, as I ppeak, how the poet,
with stern fidelity to the hiatory of all humanity,
delivers this beautiful child of his heart and his
brain over to the trials an J the sorrows that inubt
come to all, sooner or later, that abide in the
earth, and how pathetic story culminates in
thit apostrophe- aa ttild, so regretful, no full of
mournful retrospection The lines run thus:
"A Us ! alaa f a ala !
- --Alu! alaa !"
I and. so on. (Laohtcr.) I do not rcuftmbcr
l the rest; but, taken altogether, it seems to me
that poem is the noblest tribute to woman that
l human genius has ever brought forth (laughter)
i and I feel that if I were to talk hours I could
J not do my great theme completer or more graceful
.justice than I have now done in simply quoting
! that poet's matchless words. (Renewed hughtcrj
. The phases of the womanly nature are infinite in
their variety. Take any type of woman, and
you shall find ia it something to respect, somc
I thing to admire, something to love. And you
-I shall find the whole joining you heart and hand.
' Who was more patriotic than Joan of Arc 7 Who
m braveT ? ho has given as a grander instance
I of self-sacrificing devotion? Ah ! you remember,
( yoa remember well, what a throb of pain, Tvhat
a great tidal wave of grief swept over us all when
Joan of Arc fell at Yi aterloo. (Much laughter.)
Who doc not sorrow for the loss of Sappho, the
j sweet singer of Israel. (Laughter.) Who among
ius doe not miss the gentle ministrations, the
softening influences, the humble piety of Lucrcti.a
Borgia? (Laughter.) Who can join in the
heartless libel that says woman is extravagant in
areas wnen lie can look back and call to mind
our simple and lowly mother Kve arrayed in her
modification of the Highland costume. (Hoars
of laughter.) Sir, women have been soldiers.
I women have been mintcrs. women have been
poets. As long as language lives the name of
Cleopatra will live. And, not because she con-
ljuered George III. (laughter) but because 6hc
y wrote these divine lines
1 1 "Let dogs delight to bark and bite,
1 For Uod haih made tuens so."
(More laughter.) The story of the world is
!, adorned with the names of illustrious ones of our
town sex some of thcia sons of St. Andrew, too
SCott.TJruce, liarns, the waniur Wallace, IJen
' fNevis (langbter) the gifted JJen Lomond, and
ithe great new Scotchman, lien Disraeli. (Great
laughter.) Out of the great plains of history
Mower whole mountain ranges of sublime women
the Queen of Sheba, Josephine, Scmiramis,
Jsairey Gamp; the list is endless (laughter)
In m i win not can trie mighty roll, the names
rise up in your own memories at the mere euz-
t ecstion, luminous with the glory of deeds that
iijut uic, iiuinjyiuu uj iuu ijviu;5 woremp o ine
Qzood and the true of all epochs and all climes.
VI Cheers.) Suffice it fur our rride and our honor
!rftnat we in our day have added to it inch names
j as titose of Grace Darling and Florence Nightin-
gale. (Cheers.) Woman is al! that she ehould
!bo gentle, patient, long suffering, trustful, un
fjelfish, full of generous impulses. It is her
Ulessed mission to comfort the sorrowing, plead
'.Tor the erring, encourage the faint of purpose,
pjiecor the distressed, cphft the, falleu, be-friend
llie friendless in a word, afford the healing of
i)ier sympathies and a home in her heart for all
Qhe bruised and persecuted children of misfortune
Knat knock at her hospitable door. (Cheers.)
TAnd when I say, God bless her, there is none
jbtmong us who has known the ennobling affection
-.sif wife, or the steadfast devotion of a mother
I -tut in Hid liotrt will env Amon f if voul m : 1
mw mm m.w mmmmm m mmm. ammj , mmmtmM tAIIU tWIVA
arolongeu cheering.) .ngli3h paper.
r. Coville Goes to Count His Shingles.
rrram tm TVlnhnrv 1
J There are men who dispute what they do not
j-'iDuerBiauo. .ir. voviuc ia oueii a man. nen
,ne heard a carpenter say that there were so many
phinglce on the roof of his house because the roof
fOntained so many square feet, Coville doubted
j. he figures, and when the carpenter went away
e determined to test the matter by going up on
nbe roof and counting them. And he went up
.jliere. He squeezed through the scuttle Coville
Oeighe 230 pounds and then eat down on the
fl'ioof and worked his wsy carefully and deliberately
oward the gutter. ' When he got part way down,
,(je heard a sourd between him and the shingles,
tod became aware that there was an intcrferance.
" ome way, in bis further locomotion. He tried
a.'S turn over and crawl back, but the obstruction
n'aelJ hira. Then he tried to move along a little,
j,ei hopes that the trouble would prove but tempo
cary, but an increased sound .convinced him that
",Uber a nail or a eliver had hold of his cloth, and
trhat if be would save any of it he niuct use
n'lutfco. His folks were in the house, but ho
n4t3uld not make them hear, and, besides, he didn't
.jiant to attract tlie attention of tin- neighbors.
o he sat there until after dark and thought. It
tul0uld have been an excellent opportunity to have
sl'bunted the shingles, but he neglected to use it.
MHl mind appeared to run in other channels. He
vu' there an hour after dark, seeing no one he
. ' 0lId notify of his position. Then he saw two
oys approach the gate from the houre, and
of Caching there, stop. It was light enough for
tn im tn meet that one of the two was his son. and
nTltbough he objected to have the other boy know
x4Z of ilia misfortune, yet he had grown tired of
eddieg on to the roof, and concluded he could
w' ribe the strange boy into silence. With this
liJcrangmcnt mapped out, be took out his knife,
to ad threw it so that it would strike near to tfie
jyepys and attract their attention. It struck nearer
. -an he anticipated. In fact, it struck so close
to hit the strange boy on the head and nearly
"icrain him. As soon as he recovered his cq.uili
be htium, he turned on Coville's boy, who, he was
officwofident, had attempted to kill him, and intro
jjjtced some astonishment and bruises in his face.
Jhen he threw him down, and kicked him in the
) 'de and banged him on the head, and drew him
thaiVer into the gutter, and pounded his legs, and
of tgen hauled "him back to the walk again and
rfpiocked bis head against the gate. And all the
jjhile the eldr Coville sat on the roof, and
reamed for the police, but couldn't get away.
althJej jjjgj, jpjg, Coville dashed out with a broom,
we ,vd contributed a few novel features to the affair
thatbf the gate, and one of the boarders dashed out
. -. i j vi. v T - J .1 i. r . 1. ,
OQr uuuott-uaircicvt guu, uuu ueuniJ iuc wita
. 5m the roof, looked up there, and espying a
mennyg nhPct, wa3 undoubtedly a burglar, drove a
resesi .ndful of shot into his legs. ith a howl of
and Irony Coville made a plunge to dodge the missiles,
ble ii?d bimself from the nail, lost his hold to the
. nf ami tr-f-nt MtiViTif down the shingles with
lor mr' n) 1.)1. crtMvai! nn liid hr.ir rn
. t US IC1UV1V J , UMIU O vmmmm ...... ' "
"or a lrff jjkI hia hands making desperate but fruitless
!a&rta to lav? himself. He tried to swear, but
wan po frighten-! that l.c 1 -t his power of speech,
and wlicn b jn-ri 1 eT.r t!.c i- le of the rof,
with twenty feet tin gutt- r hitched to him, the
b-ur 1. r pve hii: t!.- eontents ,f th oth r barrel,
r,d tl.cu IjVC into the houc t load up again.
: 1 t.o urifortiinatc CoilJe Mruck itito a cherry tree,
ar.d thcni-e b-'ui.lel to tb grjur.d, w here he wris
rce.igtiizrd. r i kcl up by the aciublcd r. igh
fn.ri, and carried into tlie h.us-. A n-w d jctor
' i4 making g 1 d ly wags j ickinj the shot out
' i f lii- lg. The b;urhr ha g t$c into the c'in
try t j fpend the cummer, aii l the junior Oiville,
hating luct.r:d a f.iecc of brick in hi hand
Lenhief, is lading 1 jvr f.r that other boy. He
pays that lefore thcalm of another Sabbath rc-ts
' on New Kngland there will - another y in
; Danbury who can t wear a cap.
IJ.e New York Wot Ul hoi Is that the inability
of Kngland to supply the iron market f the
Wwrld at a cheap rate nrtes, x A from a Jaiiure
in fhc eui jly of coal or labor, but from the
increased demand for irn. Railroads, iron thirs
and iron buildings created fuch a demand that
the price was raised, and the prices of the mate
rial and labor employed in its manufacture fol
lowed. According to a universal law, competi
tion grew. as tle market expanded. No matter
what has brought the change about, one fact is
ch-ar, at leat namely, that Kngland las lot the
American market. Our manufacturers have
IoOK-ncd the industry of the country from the
death grapple of the invader, and may now hvy
j-lans lor carrying the war into Africa. This
much is clear from the following statement of the
London Times of August 2Vth :
The protective tariff, it had been hoped, would
provc in the event prohibitive. lJut Knglioh
manufacturers were found able, in epite of it, to
undersell the American on his own ground. Of
the commoner kinds of iron which were used in
the United States the English cent about one
half, and of the more finished products of skilled
labor about four-fifth?; Up to 1372 this pro
portion continued; but from that date onward
the change has been remarkable. Step by step
the Americans have obtained lossession of their
own market. In 1872 we were actually under
sold, and an immense impulse was given to the
American native industry. All over the Penn
sylvanian iron district there were eigns of a
newly-created life. Furnaces were kindled, rail
mills and rolling-mills were everywhere erected.
A new prosp-ct, which he had never dreamt of,
teemed opening out to the American manufac
turer. If he were now to make a vigorous effort,
he might dislodge his Knglibh rival ; and the
hoj-cs thus formed were not destined to be dis
appointed. One of the finest markets we ever
possessed has been gradually closed to our goods.
The demand for our iron lias greatly decreased,
and Americans arc found to buy only what they
lave not as yet the means to 6upply themselves
with at home. The statistics of the year 1872
tell their own talc. In the first halt of 1872,
when our trade had already slackened, we still
found a sale in America for 444,00) tons of iron.
In the same period of 1873 we sent only 228,000
tons as nearly as possible one-half of the year
previous, liut the price we obtained for the
entire amount imported was reduced only by one
third. We had charged in 1872 about 0 a ton
for iron in America ; in 1873 wo charged JC12,
and the result is that Americans can produce
their iron more cheaply at home.
I. c. maaiLL.
J. C. SIEURILL &i Co.,
Commission Merchants and Auctioneers
201 and California Street,
rS . ii I71 i :i n c i h c o .
A IjfO. AO K.MS Of TI1K
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
I'aitirular uMciitijn givro to the ale aiul .urcliaae ol wet'
ehaoi:e,aMp' buiioft, d!lying vhalebipf negotiatioi
X7 A 11 freight artiriDK at sa Pranciico.bj or to thelXo
oolula Line of I'acketi.will beforwar Jed tutor commission.
XT Kxcha.ie on Honolulu bought anil slil. XX
Httrs. A. W. I'circei Co Honolulu
II. llackreUI Co "
- f. Brewer & Co "
" ltihop Ac Co.... "
(r. II. V. WiKl. ............ ............. "
lion. K. II. All. a
II A VI fi ITItnl ASKI) .
the I'.lack-milti Shop, Tools, ttock Tjj??
an.l Uool Will of the buiiuest of va
I. 'm M'VriV Ik. Vkm n f 1 'rT.'
Quern Street, opiwxiit' tli till Custoui I!oue, will le closed,
ami the basinesa
Removed to the Shop on the Esplanade,
lately occupied by Mr. Duncan, whtre
Will be Carried 6n in all its Branches
CARRIAGE SMITHING, ao.l
1.I1TICL'1.K ATTKXTION IAII TO
a fully competent workman being en ployed to make it a
BLACKSMITH S COAL AND IRON
Always ma Haatl atrd For Snlr.
XT Orders from the other Islands promptly filled and
J.NO. Il THOMPSON.
AM FOII S A ImK AT TIIK
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE !
TiT Established in 1858.
A li tKUK ANI F1XK
v II AX A IV A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smolving: Tobacco !
AND A LOT OF
VERY FINE BRIAR WOOD PIPES!
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
CHEVING & SMOKING TOBACCO!
Cigar Holders, etc., ifcc.
H. I. NOLTE.
UXTII. FI RTIIEIl NOTICE. TIIK HOI R3
tUK IRRIGATION will I
From 7 to 9 A. M., and from 4 to 5 P. M.
THOS. L'JNO, Supt. Water Works.
Honolulu, Nov. II, 1ST3. nolo 3in
Properties For Sale or Lease
THE I'ELKURATEI) SL G AK LAM) OF
iT II A K A I. A t. in the District of Hilo, Hawaii.
The I juJ, House, Pasture ao.l Premiums r.r AL'AITKKAK,
Kona, Hawaii, roDtaiainir about TOO acra.
For i.artiruUrs apply to
oc25 W L. GREEN.
A .V K V A I) V 1 : 11
A FEW OF THE MANY
Jt sucii Prices as
WILL PAY TO GIVE THEIVI A CALL
PAINT OIL Hubbuck's Best Pale Boiled and Raw;
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC-Hubbucks Best in Oil;
PUKE SPIRITS TURPENTINE, RED LEAD AND OCHRE,
CHROME GREEN, BURNT AND RAW UMBERS,
PARIS GREEN. VERMILLION.
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA. PRUSSIAN BLUE.
Downer's Genuine and Devoe's.
MATCHI--. fi C.r.l. D.MIiV SALT. Ci:i-qu:i L;aK. I'AKIS PLOWS, with KXTKA 11KAVV
IIKAMS. LXTKA TolNTS, UK A MS A N I HANDLKS.
Cut Nails, Wrought Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes !
AMOSKEAC, PEARL RIVER AND ENGLISH DENIMS,
('amtrie ami Ilaiuburir Kdgings anil Insertion'. Heal and Imitation Valencienes Lacef.
ju2I Fine Print'l IJiiiliants for Children's wear, Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac, Ac. qr
GRAMMAR SCHOOL! !
Wniiuon, IlvWrtii. j
MASTKIl. ..' TIIK UKV. T. C. SKAKLK. j
Boys, either Native or Foreign, Received j
4a Dny Scholnra or lionrdf
LUMBER, JUMBER I
LEVERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND.
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
1IAVK OX IIAM AXI FOR SA1.K.
Boards, Flanks and Battens.
Nor' West Tonguednd Grooved Boards,
Nor West Surfaced Planed Boards.
It 3E3 JD "V O 0 33
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
HOOKS, WIMIOWS KLII)S!
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD. ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green.
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes.
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Vcnitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
FOR I'LAXTATIOX l?K.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOU WHEKLWRICHT AND PLANTATION 1K
WHITE EASTERN PINE
HOARDS AND I'LAXKS.
ill OTIIEIl miwm MATEIII.US !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
e!3 3m ins.
; .iijst kixi:ivs:i
NEW GOODS from CHINA
VIA SAX KKAXCISCK,
PER BARK J. W. SEAVER !
I'OK L U)1I :
'. .Y"-A .;' . Jim !!-. Jlirr'
Ma4o "f Crjrrtal. Cornelian. Tortoise SUM. i-M :m 1 Si.r
anil ItirJ Eye Jftyl.'.
SILK FOR DRESSES
Pongee. Tina, Stripe.!, CLerke.I a:vl asi -r:.-.I el r-.
Pure White Grass Cloth,
Fancy Slippers for ladies & gentlemen.
Colored Embroidered Silk Scarfs.
Ladies' Lacquered Work Eoxes.
Sandal Wood and Ivory Card Cases !
Paper Cutters, Boxes.
All Kinds of Fans,
Pearl, Cornelian and Ivory Buttons
Ohil Other OirioStl'f.l t1 U-litif . .I -.. thl'i..n.
White China Matting, s
China and Japan Teas,
Sm.r, SmCm S-r.
FOR SALE BV "
A FOfJ i. A I'll I 'K.
13 Nuuauu ft., ner Kinp.
'V W S 2 31 E N Til:
THINGS TO BE FOUND
'Av.vyw. lixj:x. mulls.
LADIES ESPECIALLY !
mmk goods !
HAVE JITST RECEIVED AND
Now Offer For Sale the Cargo !
BRITISH BARK BENVOIRLICH !
610 Rolls Matting,
440 Camphor Wood Trunks,
372 Bales Twine,
514 Packages Tea,
178 Cases Packages,
159 Boxes Cigars,
1C7 Packages Chairs,
122 Cases Wine,
74 Packages Fire Crackers,
200 Boxes Oil.
55 Jars Soy,
Gl Bales Paper,
30 Boxes Tobacco,
26 Packages Ironware,
477 Coils Manila Rope,
20 Boxes Vermicelli,
CHULAN & CO.,
a U'M B S 233L
MI W MATERIALS!
OF ALL KINDS, AT
BED ROCK PRICES ! I
In Largo Assortment.
'suirrii.vri vaicaisii :
Finest Quality Puuloa Salt.
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN
or- ( iiAHOi:,
and at any Port in the Kingdom as per
WILDER & CO.
i Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
I. T. I.V HALF 1! ARK ELS, OlTIDETAL
in hi i. Ma., Hermitage in Kf. bbl..
I al-i' . t, in lit libls.,
Kentucky Favorite, in cs.
. Virginia Rye, In cs
Hermitage, in cs.
i! 1 i:.-ur1"n, in cs. O. F. J. in r , t.f I dm. demijohns
lis Hand, or Dulr Paid
nr.9 For Sale by CHA3. LONG.
If all Aooounts clue Us of over Four Tontlis
standing are not settled on or betbre tlie IfStli day
of February, 1874, Legal action will be taken to
Criterion JloUft, Tort Strut.
& I la I G EE ES j&BJIH CO.,
At the Concrete Fire-Proof Block, Nos. 95 and 97 King Street, Honolulu,
IMPORTERS AI DEALERS I GENERAL MERCHA1B
HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Seino Twines, Pishing 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 AND THE PUBLIC GENER
ALLY, that the present is a suitable time to repair and paint houses and out-buildings. It is short sighted
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 & Foq's Lead and Zinc are the BEST Paints ever brought into this Market, in fact, some po so Ur as to ami rt
they are the BEST Paints 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 Whit Lead and Zinc, which is said to l.
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 Hubbuck & Son's best t rands. And we think we can suit any and everybody '
in the Paint Line, In regard to quality and price.
PAINTS GIlOUlY Ii OIL, !
WLite LeaJ, four qualities, Cheap, Good, Better, Best, White Zinc, three do.. Goo., Better, Best,
Hubbuck & Son's Best Black Paint, in 1U, 124, and 25 lb. kegs,
Hubbuck & Son's Chrome Green, dark and light, in 1, 2, 5, 10, and 2.r lb. containers,
Hubbuck & Son's and R C. W. Paris Green, in 1, 2, and 4 lb. tins, -
Hubbuck & Son's Brilliant Green Paint, in 1, 2, 5, and 10 lb. tins.
Hubbuck & Son's and P. C. W. Prussian Blue, in 4 and 1 lb. tins, Park Lawn 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 4 lb. tins.
Van Djke Brown, in 1 lb. tin, Drop Black, in 1
Patent Dryer, in 1, 2, 5, and 10 lb. tins,
METALLIC PAINT in 15 lb. kegs, Red Paint in 25 lb. kegs,
ra Marine Blue, Light Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Italian ReJ, Prussian Blue,
ian Van Dvke Brown, Italian Raw Sienna, Spanish Brown, Vermilion, Orange Chr
Italian Van Dvke Brown. Italian Raw Sienna,
Celestial Blue. Yellow Ochre, Red Ochre, Fire
Red Lead, in 25 lb. kegs, Litharage, Drop Black,
Whiting. Plumbago, Rotten Stone, lump and pulverized, Pumice Stone, lump and pulverize J,
Soap Stone, Bath Brick, Chalk, Dark and Light Glue.
DEVOE'S FURiITUJlE VAIIXISII, o. 1,
Devoe's Damar Varnish, No. 1, Devoe's Copal Varnish, No. l.Devoes Coach 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 Varnish,
Noble & Hoare's Best Brown Hard Spirit Varnish, Noble & Hoare'a French Polish,
Knotting Composition, Black, Brown and Green Japan, Brown Japan Drjer,
Spirits Turpentine, in 1, 2, and 5 gallon cans,
Hubbuck & Son's Best Pale Boiled Linseed Oil, in 1. 2, 3, and 4 gallon drums,
Hubbuck and Son's Best Raw Linseed Oil. Frank Miller's Harness Oil,
Leather Preservative and Elastic Oil Polish, Brown's Leather Dressing Neals Foot Oil,
Army and Navy Boot and Shoe Blacking, Day & Martin's Liquid Shoe BlackiDg,
Axle Grease, of three different manufacturers,
Carbolic Soap, and disinfectant for washing horses, sheep, dogs, cats, &c.
Scented, Bath, Toilet, and Medical Soaps.
DOWNER'S & DEVOE'S BEST KEROSENE OILS !
BYAM'S CELEBRATED 8 CARD MATCHES,
T W T sT V W C Paint, Saah tooU, I'a.-te, Vari.ih, Painters' busters. Whitewash, Marking, Steneil, Olue,
JtJ J 15 M 1 K-J shoe, Horse, Itust, Nail, Tootb, Centrifugal.
Of the above Brushes e keep a large srf.r'.uiiii!, hi'-li we cflVr at retail, from 10 rents each to 60 according to
si!", kind and quality.
Dealers and Consumers desiriug to purchase any pr, .dj in our line will find it to their advantage to five us a
call before going elsewhere.
We continue to sell Uoods, notwithstanding ' the time are hard." Our Superior Mock recommends luslf. Anl
our pricts as usual are VERY LOW. Jul! qr
lb. tins, Loach Black, in 1 lb. tins.
bpanish Brown, ermiaon, urange i,aroine,
Proof Paint, Metallic Paint, Verdigris,
lump and pulverized, Lamp Black.
I WILLIAMS, BLAKCJARD& CO.,
Shipping A. Commix. ok Merchant.
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t'itiiHiiia.i Tit reliant.
' Shippers ami Uealerr. of Oregon Produce
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Chas. drUo, l.t'i. l'retUiit I', k l. huar to. fan t tanc.n -
iesrf. Cros Jt Co Ssn l'r ncin-"
Mnm. 111 Jt Tiilao, lUnker ltln.l. Crrf -n
Hank tf Hritih Colunjtua rvnla'vl. rivi
MiMinrs. I.. t)o!dniiih At Co 1'i.rilanJ. Orrcn
Corbill, 'filing i. Co I'urllai'.d. .'r.n
Mer I!ih. A; Co , Uatit. r Honolulu
('MiUuuiraU of Ulnwil Pratdtirr Swlirllrtl.
' A. P. EVERETT,
rorwardini: .V Commission Mrrrliant
0.V rUONT STUKKT, COHSfclt CLAV.
Particular attention paiJ t Conilfitmrnts of l!nl l'rlure.
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con n i ss i o i; iiat i s,
li't IiiikI, r(cn.
HAVINtJ MKKX F.X(iAHKI) IX OI.'U fit
sent business for upwards if arTeii rar. and Im'Iu,
orated in Ore proof brick building, we are prrparedta irc.-i.c
mad dispose of Island staples, soch as!upr,Klce,!ru n.l'ulu,
Coffee, ,c., to advantage. Conslgnuients enpecially aoliciit.i
or the Oregon market, to which personal attention will I ral.i
andupou which cawh adraucea will be made slim required
ax r'aixci.HiM lUrKanK-
Kadger k Llndeubergcr, J as. Patrick Co ,
Kred. Iken. V. T. Coleman i Co.,
Elevens, llaker A Co.
A Ilea & Lewis. LaJd Ji Tiltou. Ix'onard k. tin rn
arU Walker A lieu. I)r
W. I. ltHIIt.K,
311 Flulil M. ban 'ranricn
LEVERIDGE, WADIIAMS & CO.
Wliolcsalo Cm ro i m
Forwarding and Commission Merchants.
1'arllfaUr itlrntiua paid to ConslifuiuriiU of
ol Sanilnlrh laliiiiil I'ratlure, 1'
The Anglo-Californian Bank,
412 (MI..I. ST.. SAX PKAXC.MM'O, t'Al..
LONlMN OFICK 3 A NOLL COl Rf
NEW YOHK AtJKSTi, J. j W. PK I.I OX! AN k CO, SI
, . . ltroA.1 Ptret'4.
Authorized CAPITAXSTOCK, $6,000,000
WILL KKCKI VK UKPOSITS. OI'KN Ac
counts, make collections, buy and aril K.xchar.ge and
Bullion, loan Money and Issue Letters of Cre'ilt available
throughout the world.
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A. IV. PEIRGE&G
Ofl'cr lot- S:il
ship ( HAnij:iiV
VHALd BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
LIME AND CEMENT.
By Steamer from San Francisco,
POTATOES, ONIONS, &C,
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
iiftiik packim; okihu.
warranted in cw! nriler, for dale at a rjr nw
ligure, in order to clou.- a conigiiui'iit.
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HAWAII ANFIRE WOOD !
riHUS WOOD ISKiH'AliTOTWO I (lltl)S
Kor H.il.. by t II Af. I.N(I,
No. 5, Men hunt M.
A FEW BBLS. HUMPBACK OIL.
WHICH IS XKXT TO M'KIC.M.
For Ksle by CIIA?. I)NO,
No. 6, Merchant M.
,1(111 SAI.K K V
C1IIIM HEAXS AM) CAH. IIKAXS,
white and r-d, warrsnteil sujierior to any In the mtrkct.
for rale i
WOOL, HIDES & TALLOW
lL'RC:H ASKI AT TIM:
HIGHEST MARKET RATES
H. HACKFELD & Co.
A SMALL LOT OF
fi WESTPHALIA ILIJIS ! St
. r i xix o , r t i o 1 o ,
JUST RECEIVED EX R. C. WYLIE I
And For Sale in quantities to uit, ty
' II. HACKFELD CO.