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H. HACKFELD & CO.
Offer For Sale
THE F01L0WWG HB
HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOI
O.V THE 4 OF XOVCMECR LAT.
PINK PRINTS URCC PaTTKKSJ.
Arrrtmmt Fancy Prints, new styles,
BUck and Wbltsr Print. French Mucins.
H-y Bliie Dwnias. plaio and alripwd.
BU and White Striped Ticking.
t Cottons amorted qualities.
Whit Liom Cloib. A and B. V
lock and 32 inch wide.
Lln-a Sbeetin. 72. 82. 90 and 100 inch wide.
Cotton Sheeting. 63. 72. 80 and 90 inches wide.
Victoria Lawns. 7-jard piece, aaat'd qualities.
ind.co Bin Flannel. Black Silk Alpaca-
BUck Cubowrga. foe and aedlnm.
Scotch Waterproof Tweeds, all colors.
Mosq iito Netting,
Silk Corab andkerchiefs.
Tar key Bed and Yellow Cotton Handkerchiefs.
Ladie' Cotton Handkerchief,
Assorted Cotton Stockings and Socks,
Hn-a Thread. Assorted.
Black and Colored Silk Xecktia. new slrles.
Xonkwj Jacket, assorted qualities.
He" t Woolm Blankets. Scarlet, Orange. Bins
Faney Flaon.l Shirts. Linen ShirU. Cotton do.
Merino Finish Undershirts. Cotton Undershirts,
Assorted Turlaps. French Calfskins,
Genuine Ean de Cologne.
Macassar Hair Oil, Lubin s Extracts.
Fine India Rubber Dressing Combs,
Floe Woolen SbswU snd Traveling Plaids,
Pen and Pocket Knives,
Fine Steel Scissors. Common Scissors,
Tinned Spun on Cards. Iron Teakettles,
Galvanised Pails, 10 and 12 inch.
Galvanized Washing Tubs,
Perforated MeUl for Centrifugal Machines,
Charcoal Box Irons,
Brigbt Fencing Wire. No. 4, i aad C,
Full Assta't of Best Refined English Bar Iron,
Man u s Yellow Metal Sheathing, and Comps-
sidon Nails, Block Tin,
Galvanised Iron Pips. Uoop Iron.
Porons Water Monkeys, Pressed Tumblers.
Cut Porter Glasses.
Hubbocks Patent White Zinc Paint,
Bubbuck's Patent White L-ad Paint,
Hubbuck s Pale Boiled Linseed OU,
Black Paint, Pari Green. Red Lead
Caustic Soda, Best Lagos Palm Oil.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GERMAN. ENGLISH FRENCH
Llebig's Extract of Meat.
Candles, 4. 5 and Una r.m.i
r Oil. in tin and glass,
Salts la bulk and boxes
i of Trunks. Birch
Wrapping Paper, Market
artoieot of Blank Books,
i Copy Books. Shipping Receipt Books.
Assorted Sixes Horse Rope, Hemp Packing.
Bpunyarn. Flag Line. Log Line,
Swedish Safety Matches,
Devon's Kerosene Oil, In patent cans,
H-I&deck A Co. "a Champagne, in qt. and pts.
Rninart Pere t Fila' Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock, in qt. and pts. .
Genuine Hollands CU. in I- a omMeta,
G-Uu W-"- ' lD Te" b0XCT'
SouTelleau A Co. s Brandy, in glass, one to
Bout lleau A Co.'s Brandy in casks
German Ale and Lager Bier in qts. and pts.
Jeff e j Edinburgh Ale and Stout qts. and pts.
Assorted Clarets very fine to common
Lleb'auenmiicb A Laubenbeimer Rhine Wines
Small Assortment of Hungarian Wines
Bitter. Alcohol in 1 gal. demijohns 96 per cent
German and Havana Cigars.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar. Stockholm Tar
Empty Petroleum Barrels for Tallow containers
Oak Boat tor Coasters,
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
The above apecified Goods, together with a well
Assorted Slock now on band ex recent arrivals,
are offered for sale in quantities to suit the trade.
jmV Orders from the other Islands filled at
lowest mirket rates. 9t3
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Life Insurance Company
IN THE UNITED STATES.
SAML G. WILDER,
A goat fmw lis II w ll lalai
noM ccmso a co.a c elebkat jcd factory.
p r.a mock t l R njs ' I P. c A E
.. r Bf, Caa ftatax W, Caaaa Baaat Station.
Ca.a - 1 Utt. o. Ca Roaat Vl, Caawt) TarB'y. V.afS
Caicaaa. Casm xpa -.
For ai by
BOLLKS A CO.
20.000 CHINESE FIRE BRICKS !
nKrrircn pCR EDWARD si A M E S
R. 6J for" by BO L L KB CO.
Manila flordace !
FROM THE BOSTON FACTORY, ALL
J I ST RECEIVED
ASl FOR HALE IT Tilt:
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE !
iT Established in I 858. v.
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smoking Tobacco !
AND A LOT Of
VERY FINE BRIAR WOOD PIPES I
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO!
Jlei rselinm Pipes
Cigar Holders, fec, &c.
H. I. NOLTE.
9C1 3m Corner rea assrf ' Htm.
CARRIAGE JMATERIAL !
POKES, I TO 3 1-2 INC TIBS, HICKORY
RIMS Ait and Hickory, 1 to 2 inches;
IICBS All ,
FKLLOKd For Ox Carta, a (sorted sixes. Oak and Aih;
SHAFTS Wait on sod Carriage, finished sad rough;
POLES Wagon and Carriage, floiabed and roagb;
Crtws Ban, Yokes, Seat Ralls,
Wag on sail Baecy Bsw !
A I war Keep, mm ilnnd mm ipn.lt- ( Order.
Ox Cart Wheels and Carts,
Which I am prepared to SELL CHEAP.
ALNO, N HAND,
A Large Lot of Ash Lumber !
Having purchased the entire atock of carriage material from I'il
lingbans A Co., I an prepared to till City and Country Orders
proaptly and at Reasonable Prices.
DirPERKNT sTYLE- Of
of my own manufacture, constantly on band, and
971 3m 7 and 70 King Street, Honolulu.
6 0,0 O O
FOR 8ALE LOW BY
C. BREWER & CO.
OF ALL KINDS, AT
BED ROCK PRICES ! I
In Large Assortment.
TVRPE.TI.E, VAKXISII !
III ITS, Ac.
Finest Quality P uuloa Salt.
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN
FREE OF CHARGE,
and at any Port in the Kingdom as per
WILDER Sl CO.
674 Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
jfgf invoki: i-
irln m GERMAN
SATURDAY. JUKE 5.
Per Ship "Marianne Nottebohm-"
London. May 5. The Times fully ir.-i Mr.
Gladstone's letter, and says it would be melan
choly if the firt great attempt to complete inde
pendence should result in social anarchy, though
there is nothing et present to justify ouch fears.
GraTe eil. exist in some American institutions,
which tnurt be remedied if progress is to be kept
The Standard severely criticises the letter from
Gladstone on the centennial celebration of tbe
Battle ol Ijcxington, ana remarks ttiat tbe habit
of toadying to Americans is a discredit to English
public men, and generalizes the result of tbe ex
perimcnt in tbe United States as corruption ol
public life, extinction of public spirit, oppression
of tbe minority, disgust of honorable mt-n witb
politics and transfer of the Government iuto tbc
hands of corrupt, unscrupulous and ignorant
Tbc Daily -Y'.uj announces that the Etrl of
Pembroke will resign tbe Under Secretaryship of
War and will be succeeded by Lord Cadogan.
Tlte British Government intends to send tin
frigate Valorous to survey Baffin s Bay and tbe
Bbi&sels, May 4. In the Chamber of Repre
sentatives to-day M. Aspermont Lindeu, Minister
of Fureign Affairs, read tbe reply of tbe Belgian
Government to the German note of February 1 1th.
It denies tnat Belgium bad declined to consider
Germany's demands. Tbe question of fulfilling
tbe obligation to prevent subjects from disturbiug
neighboring countries, applies not alone to Bel
gium, bat to all States which regard it as their
duty to watch over peace. When the Belgian
Government is apprised of tbe steps taken in
Germany and other coucrics to remedy the defi
ciencies in the Penal laws, it will examine its own
on the customs, traditions and liberty of Belgium,
with the sincerest desire to co-operate in the
maintenance of friendly relations. Belgium is
governed to fulfill the duties of a neutral State
and cultivate the friendship of Germany.
Mr. Aspermont said the investigation of Duch
esne h now in progress. He closed with an
appeal to tbe patriotism of all parties.
Wilmington, N. J., May 4. Judge Brooks, of
tbc United States District Court, in charging the
Grand Jury to-day, said that tbc Civil Rights
bill in its criminal aspect, which was the only
shape in which it could come before the Grand
Jury, was unconstitutional and void.
Rome, May 5 a. m. Tb; Pope continues ill,
and his condition has undergone no improvement
i since yesterday.
New York, May 4. The Brooklyn Eagle fur
nishes tbe following copy of Mrs. Tilton's letter:
Brooklyn, May 3. Judge Seilson: I ask the
privilege from you for a few vtords in my own be
half. I feel very deeply tbe injustice of my posi
tion in the law and before the Court now sitting;
and while 1 have understood and expected from
the beginning that Mr. Evarts is the principal in
the matter, yet since your last decision I have
been so sensible of tbe power of my enemies that
my soul cries out before you and the gentlemen of
the jury that they beware how by a divided ver
dict tbey consign to my children a falnc and irre
trievable stain upon their mother. For five years
past I have been the victim of circumstances most
cruel and unfortunate, struggling from time to
time only for a place to live honorably and truth
fully. Released for some months from the will
by whose power, unconsciously, I criminated my
self, again and again I declare solemnly before
you, without fear of man and with faith in God,
that I am innocent of tbo crime charged ugainst
me. I would like to tell my whole sad story, truth
fully to acknowledge the frequent falsehoods
wrung from me by compulsion, though at the
same time unwilling to reveal the secrets of my
married life which only the vital importance of
my position makes necessary. I assume the en
tire responsibility of this request, unkuown to
fiiends or counsel of either side, and await your
Honor's favorable decision. With great respect,
EUZADETU R. TlLTON.
Jl'bCK nkilson's REPLY. s
Following is Judge Neilson's reply :
Mrs. Tilton : I am directed by Cbicf Judge
Ncilson to return your letter, as it cannot be read
in Court. Also to state that in civil cases counsel
have the right to refrain from calling a particular
witness, however competent, and that neither
Court nor client can interfere with the exercise of
that right. The Judge also instructs me to say
that the question whether you could be a witness
stand on quite another ground from that consid-
ered when your husband was called and sworn.
He was a competent witness to testify in his be
half against a third person (the defendant), and
while the policy of the law was to some extent
involved, there was no express statute in the way ;
but the statute of May lUtb, 1807, expressly de
clares a wife to be incompetent as a witness furor
against her husband. Yours, very respectfully,
Geo. W. Knaebtl, Clerk City Court.
Washington, May 3. The Southern Republi
can Senators who are here say that if Judge Pier
repont, as Attorney General, shall choose a Con
servative course there will not be a Southern Re-
PntWai . .ju,ifa- Cajkmm in 187f.
The Senators maintain that there can oc no suc
cessful party policy towards the South except that
which was so lone followed by tho late Attorney
General, ami they claim to nave lnlormation tbat
Picrrepout will pursue a different course
his earlier Democratic training will nut pcriait
him to follow too closely id the footsteps ot Mr.
Williams. For these reasons theso Senators tako
a despondent view of the Southern political out
lock. Meanwhile Detective Porter is uo longer
employed by the Department of Justice.
London, May 3. The Laia Caloica of Home
comments in bitter terms on the installation of
the Prince of Wales as head of he Order of
Masons in Great Britain, and declares that this
act identifies the Anglican policy of Proteetant-i-:n
BfcRNE, Mn 3. The representatives of the
States belonging to the Postal Union ratified the
treaty to-day. France signed subject to tbe con
sent of tbe Assembly.
St PPRESsioN of Religious Orders n Germany.
Berlin, May 1. Dr. Falk. Minister of Public
Instruction, introduced a bill in the Lower House
of the Prussian Diet to-day, providing for the
suppression of religious orders in Prussia. The
bill relates to the administration of the property
of the Catholic Church, and passed its third
reading in that Chamber to-day. The biH pro
vides that all religious orders shall be excluded
from Prussia, existing establishments arc forbid
den to receive new members, and their present
organizations must be discontinued within six
months after the passage of this bill. A pa rtial
exception is made in favor of religious bodies en
gaged in the work of education, which may pro
long their existence fur a limited number uf years,
and those whose object is the cure of the sick may
continue their organization; but are liable to dis
solution at any moment. The associations thus
continuing are to be subject to the supervision of
Government officials. The property of Convents
is not to be connotated, but will be temporarily
administered by the State.
Nrw Orleans, April 30. Mr. C. Clarke of
this city accepts the challenge of J. B. Johnson,
champion swimmer of England, now in New
York, lie agrees to swim witb Johnson a race,
from one to twenty miles, for $2,500 a side and
tbe championship of the world.
Washington, April 30 The following letter was
exhumed to-day. in tbe Postoffice Department, from
a large number uf letters which found their way
to tbe Dead Letter Office in 1661. Tbe letter is
dated Slay 14. 1861. and is as follows :
Wis Exctllency Jefferson Davis. President C.
A.. As soon as you lake possession ol the White
House 1 should like to receive the job for refurn
ishing tbe same, which I guarantee to do on tbe
most liberal terms. Your, respectfully.
Conbad Brewsteu. Upholsterer.
No. 805 Broadway. New Vork.
Tbe envelope is addressed to His Excellency
Jefferiton Davis, President C. B. A.. Washington. D. '
Judge Wheeler yesterday granted the application
for alimony of Flora Muybridgr from I'. J. Muy
bridge to the amount of $59 per montb. pending
the result of the actiun for divorce. Judge Wheeler
remarked that as Muybridge is earning from $300
to $400 per month at bis profession, and Mrs. Muy
bridge has a child to support, it was only fair tbat
alimony abould be granted. Tbe question ol the
circumstances which gave rise to tbe suit could not
be taken into consideration. 5- F. Chronicle. May 1.
In Now York a very powerful protest is being
made against the desecration of the Sabbath. Of
late years a large proportion of the inhabitant or 1
that great and opulent city hare permitted them
selves to convert the day into w!.at is better
understood by tLe words, "A Continental Sun
day." Theatres, ballets, operas. :ircus?s. and
other dramatic spectacles are open on this day,
and are filled to overcrowding, whenever auy
performance of an unusually attractive character
has bocu announced. Shopkeeper, iu numerous
instance, keep open shop and drive good busi
nesses. Billiard saloon proprietor? aud the owners
of nine-pin alleys and gambling booi&V, carry on
their nefarious callings, while men and women
who regard the decent observances of life are in
attendance at churches and public places devoted
to sacred worship. The Christian Sunday. Mam
mon worship, the pursuit of trade, religious ser
vices, eamblinsr and horse racing, are allowed to
form one ttra.te and repulsive heterogeneous
whole, in and within a few mile: radius of Amer
ica's zr eat cetltre of population T lie Americau
journals, with otne except i t.r, l .ivc i- -.d
coarseljr, bitterlj and in vi dent language any
attempts which have been made from time to time
in the direction of Sabbath reform. The vilest
nick-names have been applied to those who opened
up the question whether from the platform, the
pulpit, or through tbe press. Only one leading
journal has stepped in, and with its powerful
. N cacy lias attempted to put a stop to tbe deg
ni I iti ii of tliis day. This journal is tbc Daily
Tribune, and if any ouc thing more than another
has helped to bring this paper into great favor
among the reflecting and reputable jwrti ju of the
inhabitants of New York city, it is the uncom
promising stand it is making against the innova
tions brought about by so Hide-spread a disregard
of Sunday observance.
Without briuging iuto play auy theological
considerations, we hold with our New York con
temporary, that it is against the public interests
that the distinctions uctwevn Sunday and the
other days of the week should be abolished. Res:
on one day in seven is absolutely necessary for
the mental and bodily health of all who labor,
and it is not worth while to take into account the
infinitely email number of those who do i k.
For all others Sunday is a most valuable and sal
utary institution. It causes a break in the wear
ing aud destructive pursuits of life, and helps to
change those currents of buoy thought which
seem to have something corroding iu them. It
gives one day for the recuperation of the vital
forces in the preceding six. These are its obvi
ous physical advantages, but incalculably greater
are its moral " Deepite the sueers of little wits,"
says the Tribune, "and the more redoubtable
assaults of iconoclastic thinkers, the good which
is done by regular church-going is beyond com
putation. The preachers are not always wise or
eloquent they are sometimes even offensive to
taste and repulsive to sound reason. But the
vast majority are good and earnest men, who
deliver not merely their own thoughts, but the
messages of an army of witnesses of transcendant
messages ul an army
power and purity, ou subjects of the most mo
mentous importance. For an hour or two at
least in every week vhe church-goer is brought
face to face with Bta and lofty thoughts, is
forced to contemplate a series of imager and
symbols which have done more for the world than
a thousand legions of soldiers could do, and is
made to meditate, with more or less earnestness,
upon his personal relations to his Creator and his
fellow men. There is no rule by which we can
compute tbc sum of the result. The good rcsolu-
lutions formed, the evil purposes relinquished,
the hearts quickened to higher ends and softened
to works of charity and kiuduess, ou, every Sun
day iu this country, are simply past our imagin
ing. Tho music ol the thousand bells that fill
the air of the morning is an audible aud evident
expression of a couiiuou sentiment as sweet us it
is ennobling ; hut there is u far deeper harmony
in the millions of prayers ascending at the same
moment from the earth bearing the unutterable
sorrows and aspirations of men. The Christian
Sunday is us much an Anglo-Suxou possession as
trial by jury. It would be a national calamity
to Bee it we will not say desecrated, but de
graded." These are outspoken words of a journal
which has admitted to its columns a wide latitude
to advanced thinkers, but which is now using its
vast power in maintaining a respectful, if not a
sacred observance of a day which, if made to
become an other days, will ever after be regretted,
and can never be recalled.
Mr. Beers' Surprise Party.
During the lust great strike in the Pennsylvania
coal regions the "Molly Maguires " were quite
active, and in a certain district upon several occa
sions tbey attacked the bouses of persons at night
and injured the inmates very severely. Conse
quently all respectable people, and particularly
those who had any interest iu the miucs, were
constantly on guard and very careful about ad
mitting pereons to their dwellings after dark.
Mr. Beers is a worthy but timid gentleman, wbo
dwells in the afflicted district, and he lived in
constant dread of the coming of the Mollies. One
day some of his friends down at tho Ebenezcr
Church concluded to give him a surprise party ;
and that night tbey loaded up a small wagon with
eatables, placed it in charge of a negro driver
named Undo Dave, and proceeded around to
Beers1 house. It seems that Beers heard the
footsteps of tho party and the suppressed conver
sation, and he jumped immediately to the cn
elusion that the Mollies had ou loading
nr. both w--'- r gun, he went to the door
and Btood there waiting. Then Deacon Emmons
knocked gently, and Beers asked who it was.
M rricnus," said the deacon, in a feigned voice,
wtuie ue nearly Durst wun laugnter at the joke.
vl bat d you want r inquired Beers.
" We want to come in something very im
portent, said the deacon.
" Well, you can't enter," said Beers.
" If you don't open the door we'll break it
down ! exclaimed the deacon, with a chuckle.
" You will, will you?" shouted Beers. "I'll
see about that
Then ho cocked both barrels, and flinging the
door open suddenly, he fired. The contents of
one barrel lodged in the leg of Uncle Dave and
in the flank of the horse, a&d a second later the
quartermaster's department was going down the
street like lightning, with the member from
Africa howling, and hams, chicken salad, boned
turkey, and pies, bouncing out at tbe rear of the
wagon. The other barrel scattered, and the con
sequence was that the members of the surprise
party were observed dancing around with bird
shot in their legs, while Deacon Emmons lay
down on the door step and groaned out his belief
that ho would in a moment or two be wafted to
tbo land of hereafter. Beers loaded up again for
another volley, and wa6 just about to fire again,
when be thought he recognized the deacon's voice.
A horrible suspicion crossed his mind, and bring
ing his weapon to a " parade rest," he began to
make inquiries. Then he brought in the wounded,
and laid them on the parlor floor, and sent for
the doctor. None of them were seriously hurt,
but all of them were a good deal more surprised
than the man they bad intended to surprise. But
even Beers was surprised when, a few days later,
nineteen members of the Ebenezer brought suit
against him for assault and battery w ith intent to
kill. When Beers' friends call upon him now.
tbey let him know beforehand.
E. . I I MM PROPRIETOR.
MERCHANT STREET. HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors. Cigars, &c.
J. S. CURNEY,
nHTIO. TOBACfO AID BILLIARD SALOOV
Xo. 10 Xuuana itrctt, I ikors Mow King.
D-aUr in Shells. Corals and General Curiosities
U tbc Pacific.
Pcbejt Casdii. flaaaas), Tobacco, EBMBtaaa Soi Watkr
972 aavun ox hand.
NUUANU ICE MNLiTcTOfiYl
'B'll l V XDERMCNKD BEGS TO INFORM
M the public, that baring completed the above MaMaf.
meat, n:.J g4t iato workiog order,
HE IS PREPARED TO FURNISH ICE !
Id QaatiUiK tJ Suit. Delivcml iu Town,
AT 2 1-2 CENTS PER POUND,
or to Contract far Large Quiniitiei (ut Shipping, or for Balls
XT Tht ICE CAKT will deliver supplies every morning,
between the hours of a id 8 o'clock, and betweeu 3 and
o'clock every afternooo. In the evening a supply will be kepi
a: tbe ' FOUNTAIN"' Restaurant, for transient customers.
rders left at Thrum's Stwa Depot and the Fountain Sal. on
will be attended to.
i R. RYCROFT.
The London Boy. I never get tired of
studying tho London boy," writes the Danbury
Nam man. H- is always on the street, and
always in the way. I nam saw such a boy in
any other city. He is not quarrelsome, not
saucy, not addicted to smoking, and I never
heard one of theni swear, even under the most
favorable circumstances. To tell tbe truth. I
never heard them say much of any thing. lie is
a hapless youth, addicted to store windows, rub
biug against building-, and tappliag vver ob
structions. He bos a dreadful tendency to be
always backing up agninK -oiuetbing. anJ always
missing it. to the detriment of his bones. Only
they do not fall witb sufficient force to break a
bone I have seen one of them slide from the
side of a lamp-post, turn a jtrt somersault, re
cover himself, hit up asins: the post again, slip
off tbe curb, and gradually get diwn on his back
in the cutter taking in all some dozen seconds
to do it, while an American b y would go down
and stave a hole in the back of his head, and
make a doctor's bill of eighteen dollars in less
than a second. "
Sacred S kiitires in Tcrkky. We (says the
" News of the Church ") regret to hear that, by
telegram Irom Constantinople, it is announced
tbat the Turkish Government have apprised the
Minister of the United States of their intention
to confirm the police injunction recently promul
gated, by which the sale of the Sacred Scriptures
. in Turkey was forbidden. Should this statement
J to correct, which seems, however, somewhat
i doubtful, it will be the cause of great concern to
; tbc American missionaries in the dominions of
tbe Sult.in, and to Christians of every name, who
have at heart the best interests of the Moslem
populati n. and who, moreover, desire tbe main
tenance of Turkey as an European State. If the
i Government of tle Porte have really taken this
step, it is doubtless as a concession to the preju
; dices of tbe more bigoted Mahommedans, wbo
have taken alarm at the liberal policy of recent
years, and whom this reactionary measure may
be thought likely to propitiate.
Never has an Arctic expedition been B0 elaborate
ly equipped ns tbat which stnrts from EnglanJ tbe
Coming Summer. Parliament has appropriated
about a half a million of doll-.irs to fit out this enter
prise, aud tbe eame generosity is promised in its
: maintenance The Pandora, a vessel fitted cut at
private expense, of which Lidv Franklin bears a
. considerable part, will accompany tbe government
i expedition. Tbe Danish government has instructed
j its official representatives in Greenland to give the
British explorers every possible assistance, and the
United States has p! ...1 their disposal the sup
I plies planted along the shores of Smith's sound by
tbe Polaris navigators In the selection of officers
: anil men the utmost care has been exercised, and two
' vessels, a navy steamer called tbe Alert and a whal
: ing vessel rechrietencd tbe Discovery, will form the
van cf the expedition. All the benefits of the latest
' scientific discoveries and tbe warnings of post
aibMLj I UlUI V. 3 llil'U LWIllL lUiy lUV UMU'IIIUK.
pwr,u;nn, ,. AmmUmA rnr ------- tZ,
Arctic failures have come into tbe reckoning.
j the experience thus far obtained has been prxvided.
Capt. Sydney O. Buddingtou, late commander of
the United States Polar Expedition (after Capt.
Hill's death), has b en appointed commander in the
navy. This is understood to be a compliment paid
sj tbe veteran Arctic navigator by the Secretary of
the navy. Coinmauder Buddingtou is aboat 58
years of age aud resides at Groton, Ct , with bis
family, and has determined to remain ashore for the
rest of his days. The old salt has a bank account of
! ovcr 60,000 and is now commander of a farm near
I tT . I'll... a A : - - C t. U
Groton. Buddiueton is one of tbe oldest and most
respected whaling captains of the country. The
nucleus of his fortune was made on a remarkable
voyage on the ship Fraukliu. The United States
government has awarded him an extra year's pay,
for tbe Polar region exploration, and also to tbe
officers and crew onder bis command but the
money, owing to official red tape, has not yet been
IflGDICAL WONDER !
rwvliis G It E A I
REMEDY HAS DONE
ui to cure the numrmas aches and pains of the
humnu race than any uther combination of remedies.
IT IS SAFK, SCRE AND
Rhciiiimtitiui. Neuralgia, Headache, Colic,
frump. Lumbago, Wounds,
Scald., Bruises, &ic
Taken with the WOXDKR HILLS it purificj the blood, reira
lates the livi r and secretions, and general ? gives tone to the
O. C. McLRAN,
972 ly Ueneral Agent tor the Hawaiian Islands.
f O K S A. Ii E
BY THE UNDERSIGNED!
riVONS BEST SMITH'S CO A I..
1 Tons Vest Glasgow Splint Steam Coal,
Bar Iron, In Assort-d Sices,
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
in 1 dot. cs. of the Celebrated Manufacture of John
Qillon & Co., Glasgow,
ALSO, A. FEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES !
Highly Recommended by those who have tried them, still
on band and will be disposed ol at Low Kates to Suit the Times.
ONE SUGAR MILL, COMPLETE :
THREE WESTON'S C'E.NTRIFL'G A L.
FIVE STEAM CL A R1FIERS. 400
and 500 GALLON'S,
PER BARK D. C. MURRAY.
Caacs Heidseick's Cbampagme,
Cases Assorted Brands Champagne,
Cases Ilennessy's 1, 2 and 3 Star Bra-.idy,
Cases Assorted Brands Brandy, Cases Best Claret,
Cases Best Scotch Whisk-y, Cas s Best Holland Oio,
Baskets Best Holland Oin, stone Jug-;
Cases Best Old Tom Gin. Cases Assorted Clarets.
BEST AMERICAN" WUISKIESl
Occidental, Hermitage and O. F. C.
Cases Best Pale ihcrry. Cases Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks iiennessy's Pal? Brandy.
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum,
Pints and Quarts.
Blood, Wolfe A Co. s India Palo Ale, pints and quarts:
BaAs & Co.'s India Pale Afcs, pints and quarts;
M RECEIVED PER " KA .11!"
MIEWANI XXX STOI T, IN STONE JUGS,
PINTS AND QUARTS.
Port Wine, In 3 doz. f.: Sherry Wine. In t dz. es.
OF SUPERIOR QCALITY.
961 F. T. LE NEMAN V CO.
GLASS ! GLASS ! GLASS ! ! !
A FI.VE ASSORTMENT OF PICTURE AM WINDOW O LASS, JUST RECEIVED.
Sixes from 8x10 to 50x40.
W I 1 E,
SAUCE TANS. FRY
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE !
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLEAY. SCISSORS. SHEARS AND RAZORS,
Silver Plated Table Knives. Forks and Spoons. Children's Seta Knives. Forks and Spoons, in cos
Table Castors, Breakfast Castors, Tea Sets, Ae.
risa hooks, nsn lines, cod lines, seink twine, oaut skin
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, OIL, MATCHES.
A PULL LINE OP SHELF
BET ZINC. WHITE UfcAO, PUXT OIL. 11 Kl'KM INK. V A R N ISH KM,
EOPE, 1-4 to 1 1-3 inches.
All the above Goods, together with a Thousand and more Useful Articles, we Oiler lor Salt on
Reasonable Terms, with
I 1 N C O 11 II t
A. T u i b o r a 1
STEAMERS, D. C.
CASTLE AND COOKE;.
JjOWVER S AND DKVOE'S KEROSENE OIL.,
Ilk V Ms 8-CAKD FRICTION .M A Tf II EN,
AMOSKEAG & PEARL RIVER DENIMS!
BARRELS EXTRA t I AI.ITV DAIRY SALT. lO AND SO LB. Rtl.S,
OX BOWS. 1 lf I 3-4 AND t I XC H ES, V A R KIRIlBO.
GOLDEN GATE, SUPERFINE AND OREGON EXTRA FLOUR!
Columbia River Salmon in Barrels, EXTRA X
4-4 Fine White China Matting, freab arrival. Kimli-h nreakfaat and Japan Teaa.Vl. 3 A 6 lb. pkga.
Oat, Corn and Wheat Meal. Cracked Wheat and Kve Flour, Cruahed Sugar,
Fresh Canned Fruit, from Califonda.
Hubbuck'a Best Pale Boiled Linseed Oil. also. Raw. Hubbuck 's White Lead and Zinc. I'nlly
A good assortment ol Paints in Oil. 1 and 2 lb. cans.
ALSO, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP
SHELF HARDWARE,- DRY GOODS, GROCERIES I !
Tin and Wooden Ware. Paris, Eagle No,. 2 and 20, and Steel Plows. Hoes. Rakea,
Spades. Shovels, Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. Em.
: - The above Goods will be
LUMBER, LUMBER !
L EWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts,
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
Boards, Planks and Battens.
Nor' West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
DOORS, WINDOWS AMI BUMS !
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Oreen,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitiau Red, Yellow Ochre, Ac, &c.
FOR PL A XT ATI ON C3E.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WliKELWRIOHT AND PLANTATION TBE
WHITE EASTERN PINE
BOARDS AND PL.AXKS.
WAI.I PAPER !
Ill OTHEK BMMIS6 MATERIALS !
LEWERS tSt DICKSON.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
AGEXT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS FOB
Interior Office, Hanolulo-
w i h i : . w i B i
UI.ST OILED No. 4 aad 6
PANS. IKON POTS, DUTCH OVENS,
GALVANIZED IRON TUBS AND BUCKETS,
FULL ASSORTMENT OF FILES I
PAINTS, IN OIL AND DRY
for Cash !
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MURRAY AND SYREN
and Retail !
Sold on most Liberal Terms.
G. BREWER & GO.
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
WELL SELECTED CMSO I
American Clipper Ship Syren
Sales to Arrive will be made
PRlMTa, newest atylea.
Pearl Klvrr Ienlns, Manrh
Drti'ms, Blur Dr
Pure Cider Vinegar, Qt. bids Clear Pork,
Prj.r Muce, Kingalord't Corn fetara.
Hags Blark Pepper, Kills Ho. 1 Maekarrt,
Totaato Ketchup, Varaaoath Corn,
GENUINE PARKER HOI si SOI I'M
Oreen Peas, Sail Water Soap,
Mason's faaslly Soap, Ml lb. baa.
PROVISIONS AND NAVAL STORES.
Barrel Meat Pork,
Caski New Bedford Pilot Bread,
Barrel Southern Piteb,
Barrels Southern Mtek,
Barrel Ma. 1 Koala.
288 Ton Steam Coal, Cask Ovsabartaad Cal.
SHIP MIWDLI RV.
Two 30-feet Centre Board Whale Boat,
New Bedford Oil Shook. w
New bedfor l Conlar. to II Inch.
New Bedford Whale Una,
Copper Paint, 1 j gal. contain
Lawrence Cotton Dack, No. 2 to 9.
A Choice Lot of Ash Oars, 10 to 22 Feet
II ARB Wit RE.
Hunt's Axe Hatchets,
Hay Cutters, No. 1, PS.
215 Krffa Cut Nail.. A !. ttiawa N !
Bar Kcflned American Iron, assorted sisrs;
Swedish Iron. Norway Inapt.
I Pail. 2 Refrigerators,
Wood Seat Chair. M due. Asm Handle,
Zinc Wash Boan, 10 dot birch Kiowa
Vermont Oz Bow, 1 . 2 Inch,
100 CASES CARD MATCHES !
A ."elected Assortment of Ash Plank.
White Pine. I, 1 1 . 1, S Inehe.
Bla k Wmltiot. I, 2. S Inche.
Cedar 3oat Board.
White Oak Plank
Composition Hails !
Leather Belting, Paper Bags, Children's Perumba later,
2 American Side Spring Carryalls,
Curled Hair, Robber Packing,
Lamp Black, 1st Quality Babbitt Metal.
Eastern Pine Keg and Bbl. SJiooki 1
FIVE HOOKED CASES