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CON-STANTtY ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF SHIP CHAXDIERY & SHIP STORES. Far Sale by BOLLESk CO. DEVOE'S KEROSENE OIL. 1 OOSfiSL,""?" BOLL Ed Jk CO. LIHE. aFL"?! MURRAV. FOR MORE RUBBER, patwt WffiP'WWM AND 423 , . k(M ttr Hi FLOUR AND BRAN. Gll; ,GAJE ERA FAMILY AND Jp !fT rioor- Al- Br. la perfect JZi r" Pr Murray. Tor aal by BOLLE3 A CO. CALIFORNIA OAT HAY! Bert Quality. RCKt? THIS DA r FROM THE W. II. MEYC&, (rota Baa franciaco, 200 biles. For Ml by BOLLES A CO. Sotrember a, 1378. SCOTCH FLAX SAIL TWINE ! sufKUlOR. QUALITY. .a a. November U, 137C for a ale by BOLLKS ft CO. NOV LANDING FROM SHIP SYREN ! 122 DAT8 FROM BOSTON, cokS NEW BEDFORD CORDAGE, W 2 coil New Bedford Whale Line, Cutting Palls, 100 bolt Lawreoc Mill Cotton Dock, mMorted dm. fa 1 to 10, Cotton, Karens, Dock; Amokeag Drilling for boat sails; 140 Asa Oars.aaaorted siae bom 10 to 22 fee lengths. Tor at reduced prices by -30 B0LLE3 ft CO- Per bark R. C. Wylie fm. Bremen 2S IR03I STOCK ANCHORS, sizes from 80 p to 2,300 lbs SMALL CIlAl.V, ia quantities to suit, sizes inch to 9-16 of an Inch, CHAIN CABLES, 6 8, 3-4. 7 8. 1, 1 1-4, 1 3 8, and 1 6-8 lock. For sale low by B0LLE9 ft CO. Stockholm Tar and Coal Tar ! IN BARRELS AND CASKS. For sale by (se30) B0LLE3 ft CO. Wilmington Tar and Wilmington Fitch ! PER SHIP 8TREN. For sals by (se30) BOLLK3 ft CO. FEB CITY OF SYDNEY. FROM MANILA DIRECT, VI A SAN FRAN CISCO, another ioroics of tboso SUPERIOR CIGARS ! Put ap la boxes of 200 each For Sals by BOLLKS ft CO. FRESH SALMON ! IN I AND 8 LB. CAN'S. FRESH PACKED, of Catch 18T6. Also, COLUMBIA KIVKH SALMON In Barrels. 1878. aul9 For Sale by BOLLES ft Co. SHALL CHAINS ! IIZES FROM 1-0 I. 1.2 INCII.lMtlUAN' TITJLA3 to salt. Receired per Cleta." For sale br BOLLES ft CO. CHINA BRICKS IRECT FROM HONGKONG. D 40,000 Extra targe aise, and 60 to 100,000 2d Kite, all of the Best quality IIARD BRICKS, and ' will k Swfd Lw. by B0LLE8 A CO. BALTIMORE OYSTERS ! IRESII FROM THE FACTORT OF LOUIS Ay? Mc Murray ft Co., receired per Ceylon, In cases of two dossa sack OOO Detstost In ooe and two pound Cans. For sals low by (al4 BOLLE8 4 CO. Blocks and Oars! FELL ASSORTMENT. For Sals by BOLLES A CO f4 A ND AS YOU SEE HAVE PROVIDED myself with one or those ELEGANT SOLID SOLE LEATHER TRUMS ! which will stand the Baggage Smashers, and which are only to be had at the STORE of M. MclNERNY IVhere can be found any or EVERYT1ILG IS THE Mil USE Among which are Ladles' Solid 8ole Leather Trunks, riveted edges; Ladles' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riTeted edges; - Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges; Ladies Blegant Leather Cohered Saratogas, Ladies' Composition Saratogas, Ladles' Embossed Zine Saratogas, Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases, Ladies' Russia Leather Shopping Valises, Ladles' Bags and Reticules In all sixes. Ladles' Canvas Corered Trunks, LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS ! An article much In demand, stowing neatly under the state room berth. Solid Sole Leather Trunks, rireted edges; Cent's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, rireted edges Uent's Leather Trunks lu all sices; Oent's Bound Edge Trunks, Gent's Solid Sols Leather Talises, Gent's Bridle Leather Vaksss, Gent's No. 1 and 2 Boston Talises, Gent's Patent Corner Talises, Gent's Elegant Russia Leather Travelling Cases, Gent's Shawl and Blanket Straps, Trunk Straps, Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Talises. In fact everything in the above line and at Bed Rock Irices. ALSO, JUST TO HAND ! AN ELEGANT LINE OF GENT'S SHOE WARE Among which are Ike CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS ! Just the thing for the wet weather. The Neatest Style of Men's Slippers ! Ever offered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett suppers, and la fact everything In ail well appointed Boot and 8nos Stores. All the above lines of Goods will be Sold at lirices to suit the limes. TkiM (J ! are well ksiwa here mmd are-el a rBaea!atIa. Every Pair War rasiied. M. MclNERNY, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. J. MOANAULI c- - i - usn a-ov im p "'m wr JfCZ L Msilss. Veal, ftalaa.a Fish, n u eirt UAtKKT TaLL. 18. 19,20,21, at the lsm trmm ss a tail. ntit4 C&vi&r and Roodrou am of FLb7u PHILADSPHIA ! ! 17ILDE Importers and Dealers in LUMBER! AND BUILDIFJG MATERIALS! OF- ALL DESCRIPTIONS! seen as NOR' WEST SCANTLING, BOARDS, Tongued Jb Grooved, Surfaced, PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS, 11 in. x 4, 1x5, and lxS, for FENCING ! LATHS, &C. Scantling, Boards, Flank. Battens 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2, Pickets Rongh and Fancy, Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in. CLAPBOARDS, LATTICE, ToDgued and Groeved IIUBTIO BIlDIlMGr. TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE I 2il2 to lCxlC; CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PUNTERS' USE EASTERN WHITE PINE, California & Eastern Doors, all sizes SASH, all sizes; BLIND 3, all sizes; White Lead 2-inc t PAINT OIL. At SMALL FAINT, CHEAP, Putty and Varnish, Glass, No. 2x2 and 3, Wall Paper and Borders, VERY LOW ! Brown Cotton, Iron and Tinned Tax, Paint & Whitewash Brushes, METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAINT, For Plantation or any Other Use, Locks, Butts & Hinges i- Bolts, Screws, Hooks and Eyes, &c. I SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT apl NOR' WEST LUMBER ! LEVERS AND DIGKSON AT THEIR OLD STAND Fort, King and merchant Sts. Nor' Weet 1 inch Boards, Nor' West 1 Plank, Nor' West 14 in. Plank; 2, 3, and 4 in. Plank, Nor' West Tongned & Grooved Boards, 1 & j Nor' West Surfaeed, 1 in. 1 and lj, Nor' West Scantling, all sizes; Nor' West Timber, all sizes; WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES ! JUST RECEIVED Per HE. W. Almy, 2L CHOICES CARGO O F 1 ir ! 1 inch Boards 1, 1 and 2 inch, Rough Surfaced, 1 in. 1J, 1 J, 2 and 3 In. of the BEST QUALITY. Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles, 3x4 Posts, Red Wood; 4x4 Posts. Red Wood; 4x6 Posts, Red wood an i leet long. Also, Red Wood Split Posts, All SIZES OF IffiD WOOD SCMHG Rough and Clear, RUSTIC SIDING. CLAPBOARDS, Tnnffiit An A ftrooved Boards. Red Wood: Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood, 1J; Doors, Windows and Blinds, ALL. SIZES ; Nails, Builders' Hardware, Oil, White Lead, Zinc Paint, Cbromo Green, Paris Green, Chromo Yellow, Red Lead. Black Paint, Varnishes, Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil; Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c, &c. White Ash Plank, White Eastern Pine, WALL PAPER AND BORDER I f Orders from the other Islands Glled with care and dipatcn. J16 LEWERS Aw DICKSON. TO BENT. fSIIIC FIRE-PROOF STORE sa Qaesa ft Street, lately occupied bj C. S. Bartow Esq., as an P? u Auction Boom. Possession siren immediately. ID 0! 1 1 Ml! BEAUTIFULLY MOUNTED AND ACCURATELY CLAIHKI HAWAIIAN FERNS! AND FOR SALE AT DICKSON'S, Ol FORT STREET. C0RAL--Red, Pink & White, IN GREAT QCANTITY. ALSO, RARE AND BEAITIFIL MICROXESIAX SIIEILS! IN UNLIMITED VARIETY. MICRON ESI AN CURIOSITIES OF ALL KINDS. Of I?ict ure Frames FROM CARD SIZE TO llxU, LARGE VARIETY ALWAYS KEPT ON HAND AND FOR SALE LOW. PHOTOGRAPHS! Equal to any to be had In the United States, and FINISHED IN THE BEST STYLE ! FURNISHED AT LOW PRICES, AND Warranted to Give Satisfaction. octll qr STOVES AND RANGES ! T1I1E UNDERSIGNED HAVE RECEIVED EX MART BELLK ROBERTS AND D. C. MURRAY the following list or Stoves and Ranges. BUCK'S FA TEXT For Wood or Coal. MAGNA CHART A For Wood, seven sizes. IRON CLAD With Cat Iron warm rlonet and copper reservoir, a large family stove. SUPERIOR Six holes, a good article. ALM EDA Just the article for small families, very neat design. PILOT. Rang e s ! LAUREL, for Wood or Coal. This Range Is said to have the largest sale or any of its style on the Pacific coast. 4 sixes. COUPON, OPERA. Also, just at hand, a floe assortment of Glasgow Stoves & Ranges! Comprising the following list : MISTRESS RANGE. 7, 8, 9; VICTRESS STOVE. C, 7. 8, Ot PACIFIC CABOOSE! Making In all one of the most complete assortments of Stoves Ranges, See., 4-o., ever on sale In this Market. XJT Every Stove warranted. Also, a fall line of PLUM BE 1 S Materials. House Water Closets. Faucets, Lead and Iron Pipes, Sheet Lead, 2 1-2 to 6 lbs., Ac. Toilet Sets, plain and fancy, Water Coolers. Ac, c. CALL AND EXAMINE AT No. 9 Kaabumanu Street Orders from the other Islands will have our best attention and at lowest figures. Goods carefully packed. aul9 ly J. NOTT Ai Co. C. BREWER & CO. OFFER FOR SALE, UPOiV MIILKAL TERMS ! The Cargo OF THE AMERICAN BARK CEYLON I Now Due Frsm Boston, Mnsa. New Bedford Oil Shooks, 1 Ship's Caboose, Sperm Candles, Cases Tobacco, (Kalakaua's Favorite,) Cumberland Coal, New Bedford Cordage, 1 in. to 5 1-2 in. Spunyarn, Nests of Trunks, four in a nest; Ice Chests, Assorted Sizes; Iron & Galvanized Pipe, 1-2 in. to 4 in. Lawrence's Duck, Nos. 1 to 10; Card Matches, A very choice asst. of Dry Goods CONSISTING IN PART OF i Mystic River Sheetings, Bout Mills Sheetings. Massachusetts Sheetings, Stark A Sheetings, Bleached Amoskesg Cotton, Brown and Bleached Flannels. Ticking, Blue Drillings, Amoskeag & Pearl River Denims LADIES' DINING CHAIRS. I BLACK WJllSliT CHAMBER SET ! Cedar Shingles, Spruce Boards, Curled Hair, Paper Bags, 21b. to 16 lb. Bungs and Deck Plugs, Coal Baskets, Paint Brushes, 3 JUMP SEAT CARRIAGES ! Buggy Harness, Mess Beef and Prime Pork, Zastern Pine Sugar Shooks, Knowles' Patent Steam Pumps ! C. BREWER & CO., Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, HAVE RECEIVED Fer SYREN, from BOSTON OF THS IktTe Ct Unrated Pinps, frtn Xamber Tw ta Six, And are ready to receive orders for any of the Pumps of this make to be sent overland if necessary: BOILER FEED PUMPS, STRCP PUMPS, DISTILLERY PUMPS, VACUUM PUMPS, Pumps for Hot or Cold Water. 8aR Water Pumps. ICT Prices and other information given by n3m C. BREWER A Co. Agents. TO WOOL GROWERS. THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE to boy Wools st good prices. Wools coming to market this Spring particularly desired to make freight. C. BREWER 4- CO n4 3m HIDES, SK1IVS, TALIiOW. THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE jp- M r J uiumt bums - fsaw sa j i II Hides. Ooat Skins and Goat Tallow 1 1 n4 3m C. BREWER A CO. THE PACiriO Commercial gbbcrliscr. SATURDAY. JAXUJLRY 20. (From the a. F. Chronicle Dec. 15 ) How is it to End ! On the second" Wedneslay of Februarywhich will fall cd the I2lh of that month the F.ectoral Totes eaat for the respectiTe Presidential candidates will be counted. It is fct greatly to be deplored, but nevertheless a fact beyond diapate, that erery tep in the proceeding to Ascertain and announce the resnlt of the Tote of the Presidential Electors who on the 6th of December Assembled according to law in their respectire States, cast their Totes, made oat their certificates, appointed their messengers and adjourned ine die, ia inTolTei in uncertainty, and is the subject of angry debate. The Constitutional provisions bearing upon the subject are vague and wanting in precision. Both Houses are required to be cresent at the count, but the powers and func tions assigned them are not clearly set forth. Both Houses must be rresent : yet they do not meet in joint session, for there can be no joint session with- Out JO 1 Li I rUlcS. .1U ptuiisiuua Awmiug v luu are to be found in the Constitution, ana sucn joint rules as have at times been in force were adopted by the two Houses, their continuance depending upon continued mutual consent As to the former Iwentv-second Joint Rule, the Senate has decided by an overwhelming majority, including all the Demo cratic members of recognized ability and influence, that it is no longer in force. In the face ol tais nearly unanimous decision of the Senate, the House cannot, with any show of decency, adhere to the position that the rule is still operative ana Dinaing. It is now certain that the Senate will not agree to any re-enactment of the Twenty-second Rule, which would give the House the power to throw out the electoral vote of any State. It is no less certain that the House will not recognize the right of the President of the Senate to pass upon the re gularity of electoral votes in counting them. The question arses. bat is to be the final issue or tins dead-lock ? Are we to have a Democratic President supirted by the House, and a Republican President backed by the benate, the latter refusing to connrm TilJen's appointments, and the former refusing with equal stubborness to vote supplies to carry on the Hayes administration i Ibe Democratic plan seems to be to inaugurate Mr. Tilden at all hazards. The New York World very distinctly foreshadows this line of tactics, ac cording to which the House is to object to counting the votes of Louisiana, Honda and bourn Carolina, or at least one of those States. Then, if the Presi dent of the Senate insists npon counting those votes, and declares Haves to be elected, the HouBe is to insist that there has been no lawful choice, and will proceed to elect Tilden by States, each State casting one vote." Ihis mode of procedure would give la den twenty-two States, leaving Hayes sixteen. Fol lowing out this programme, the next proposed is to inaugurate Tilden at New York, if the situation should be such as to render it impracticable or injudicious to attempt it at Washington. We should then have two persons, each cliimioz to be President of the United States. The officers of the army and navy would have fo choose for themselves whether to recognize Hayes or Tilden as their Commander-in-Chief. When Congress was convened Tilden would have the House and Hayes the Senate. The latter body would not connrm Tilden's appointments, and the former would not make any appropriations to carry on the Hayes administration. Such is the Democratic programme, as more or less distinctly outlined by the New York World and by Tilden's Gra mercy Park privy council, with Hewitt and Pot ter at its head. ' Hut it reauires no vast amount of sagJcity to see that the ssheme is chimerical and will not work. There is no reason for a moment's doubt as to which of the " two Presidents " the army and navy would obey. President Hayes, regularly inaugurated at Washington, would be in possession of the Govern ment and all the visible and tangible insignia of power. The prestige of possession would cast ridi cule upon the pretensions of his rival. All the sym bols and all the machinery of Government would be in his hands, and Tilden's " administration " with its headquarters at Gramerjy Park or Morrissey's pool-rooms would provoke the derision of the peo ple. The plot, conceived in the spirit of tragedy, would speedly assume the complexion of an uproari ous farce. Dr. Strobridge told a good story Sunday night during bis eerm on on charity, to illustrate that we are all brothers. As a wealthy deacon was about to leave his bouse one Sunday to go to church he beard a ring at the door, and upon going down found a poor, miserable, ragged tramp. The tramp wanted something to eat, and the good deacon scowled upon him and threatened to turn him away, but finally went in and brought rut a loaf of bread to cut a slice from it for the poor man. Thinking it would be a fit time to give the a tramp some advice, he asked him if be didn't known it was the holy Sabbath day, and that he was desecrating it by not attending church. " No," replied the tramp; when the deacon continued by asking him if be didn't know there was a God, and if be had never prayed. The tramp replied " No," and then the good man said, "1 will pray for you." While cutting the Blice he commenced with the Lord's Prayer, Our Father" What," said the tramp, " our Father?" "Yes," replied the deacon. "Then," said the tramp, "we are brothers, are we not?" "Yes, 1 suppose so," answered the deacon. " Well brother, shake hands, and please won't you cut that slice a little larger?" An Expensive Dinner The most expensive dinner served on Thanksgiving Day was eaten at San Francisco, if the ingenious News-Letter hQ ver acious. A rich citizen, who bad made a fortune as a poultry dealer, wished to send a fine turkey to bis daughter and her young husband, and at the same time to enclose a little souvenir. lie placed a certi ficate of 100 6barcs of Consolidated Virginia min ing stock in a rich morocco pocketbook, biding his gift inside of tbo royal bird, near the heart. As he joined the young couple at dinner there was a merry twinkle in his eye. Grace was6aid, and the keen carving knife cleft the breast of the fowl. "-"It tastes a little leathery," remarked the young wife. "Cut deeper," responded the fond parent. They cut and cut until the last vestige of the stuffing, which smelt like a collec tion ef elegantly bound books, was removed. There lay a 6oggy looking pocketbook. The India rubber band bad dissolved, and as it open ed with the beat the sweet juices of the turkey had little by little reduced the crisp certificate to boiled pulp. "With a loud shriek th father, fell under the table. He bad forgotten to take the number of the certificate, and they bad been eat ing a turkey worth $5,000. Christinas Presents ! AND- NEW YEAR'S GIFTS, Just Opened Out at A $. CtEGHQBN & CO0 Fort Street Store, A LARGE VARIETY OF 1UEWLY IP On G-ud ! Suitable for the Season, Consisting of a Superior Assortm't OF ALBUMS, WORK BOXES, AND TOYS of Every Description ! The stock in the above line is unusually large, and icill be Offered at Exceedingly Low Rates ! NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. Please call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. d'23lm S. GRANT, Maunger. H. HACKFELD k CO., Oiler for Sale llic ! JUST ARRIVED PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. f. 1 WE, One UinJred ana Thlrt)-eae Dajs 1 JEW STILES OF PRISTS TCKKKY I Red. Ulaiii. vhite rroaod. chocolate. rrr aod Casey; JiconrU, Brown Cottons, 3 Qoalilim W hite Cottoos, Horrgck' Long Cloth. A, B 4- 11; Brown Drill, Hickory Stripr. ikripd Ticking. Brown Holland. Lioen Padding, Blue Striped Denims. Blue, Wbit and Fancy Flanntl, Kosqu.to Netting, Scotch W Her proof Tweed, 6 color; Black Merino and Coboura;, Linen, assorted camber, 12 juJi, pieces, Ac. Victoria Lawnt , llrtje. Lasting , A SUPERIOR LOT OF TAILORS' GOODS ! Doeskin, Buckskin, Diagonal, Ripps, Cashmere, Moleskin HANDKERCHIEFS ! White Cambric, White A Turkey Red Cotton, 9t!k A Foulardi TOWELS! White Cotton and Tukisb, Linen Turkish. THREAD ! Linen A Cotton, Brooks' Patent.Thread, Black Merino BraiJs. SOCKS ! Men's White and Gray Merino, Brown A Blua Miied Cotton. LADIES' STOCKINGS, ASSORTED ; Children's Stockings, Shirts, fancy taanet, Canton, Union, Regatta Denim, Ac. Undershirts Cotton, Merino and Bilk, Umbrellas, Italian black; Neckties, Black and Colored Silk Ribbons Kn tout raa. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SUA W 13 AND CLOTHING ! Cloth, Buckskin, Flannel, Cottoo, Ac, 1. c. Monkey Jackets, Hear? Wool Blankets, all color-, CoUon and Horse Blankets, Quilts, Ac. Burlaps, Wool l'ack, Canvas, Gunny Bag, SADDLES! Calfskins, Ac-. Corks, Perfumery, Ac. Lubin'a Extiacts, Kau de Cologne. I'liilocoine, Hair Oil and Macassar, Fancy Soaps, Windsor, Ac. Tooth Combs, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Looking Glasses and Mirror, Imitation Jewelry, Ledgers. Journals, c , Playing Cards, Harmonicas, 1 K Balls, Feather Dusters, HARDWARE ! Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissors, in leather A cards; Tinned Spurs, Lanterns, C C Irons, Galvanised Corrugated (Sheet Iron, 4 sixes; Galvanized Pipe, all aixes; Galvanized Buckets, 10x12 la. Tubs, Tinned Saucepans, Best Charcoal, Tin Plates, Banca Tin, Sheet Lead and Zinc, Bright and Oiled Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 6 and 6; Hoop Iron, 6 sizes; Rivets, Munts Yellow, Metal and Nails, Bar Iron, Gun Powder, Shot, Ac. Blacksmiths' Coal, Printing and Wrapping Paper, Cordage and Packing, Toys, Tumblers, Baskets, Paints and Oils, Vienna Furniture, Wall Paper, Crockery, Caustic Soda, Tar and Pitch, Anchors and Chains, Oil Casks and Shooks, Kerosene Barrels, Birch Brooms, Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks, Gambler Cutch, Oak Boats, GROCERIES ! Crushed Sugar, Wash Blue, Sardines, Salt, Raisins, Mustard, Pates, Ac, Ac. Stearin Candles and Safety Matches, Liquors, c, Boulelleau'a Brandy 1, 2, 3 and 4 diamond, Gin, in baskets and green cases; Champagne Heidsieck, Ruinart, Thoreaux, Sparkling Hock, Rhine Wine. Bavarian Beer, St. Paul's Ale, quarts and pints; Jeffrey' Ale, quarts and pints-, Bitters, Ac. German and Havana Cigars, at low prices, to close consign ment, in lots to suit, Ac, Ac, o. Orders from Ike Other Inland Promptly Exttuttd at gepSO Markrt Rates. qr FORESTS, FORESTS, FORESTS ! EUCALYPTUS TREES, riMIE DISAPPEARANCE OP FORESTS ML SHU TOUKllucu, naut v. -r r ent. and the necessity of re-planting Forests to save the coun- try ia oeginning to ue uhuchwuu . ure uuuti.i6u, -- -to give every facility to those who take an interest in the pres ervation of their homes and the country, Intends to erect a Nursery, if sufficient inducement are offered, of the most val uable of all tree, two or mice i iruc. m Kucalyptus, best adapted to this country, and to Induce exten r.f rnrMii nrr tn Planters and othera Inter ested In Forest Culture, the following liberal scale of price for plant : 500 OOO plants, inclusive at 8 eta. aaleee lOOO to 4DOO plants, inclusive., at U eta. apiece 25 to 100,000 planta, inclusive.. at 4 ct. apiece XT Order are requested to be sent to my address, Honolo- l . ti.i. ,.t iiAPftmKpr trt enable me to iudff of the u, uriurc Lilt ,alu v. " - - . . feasibility of the enterprise and to order Fresh Seed and erect 021T B n. HOL8TKI3. r TERRIBLE TEMPTATION, A Fino Cut Chewing Tobacco ! FOR SALE ja!5 AT THE OLD CORNER. RECIPROCITY ! ! ! JEW CIGAR STORE OPENED lif II. J. NOL.TE, U0-?X Street OPPOSITE FISCHER A ROTH, Merchant Tailor. A BRANCH OF THE OLDEST AND 2. largest Tobacco and Cigar store in Honolulu. The Best Assortment of Pipes From Meerschaum to Briar. Tlio 3E3est Solootion. of CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO AND Cigars ol Every Quality e23) From finest Havana to common Manila. (3m SAIVFI G.WILDER, Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, OF THE MUTUAL IIFE HSUU.NI MM OF NEW YORK, Largest, Safest. and Most Economical Life Ins., Co. IN THE WORLD ! AssetsO8) $SO,000,000 all cash : Now is a Good Time to Insure. XOXE BIT FIRST-CLASS RISKS TIKES anl OFFICE WITH WILDER Ai Co. UNION SALOON, E. S. CUNIIA PROPRIETOR MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU. Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c apl5 ' FOLLOWING NKW GOODS Coruorof Port nud IVXo-olAat Htrootaj, Honolulu! IMPORTER AND DEALER IN DRUtiS AND MEDIUMS, (JIIEMCAL ACIDS vVncl Intent IMcMliciiMMx Also, a very Complete Line of Druggist's Sundries and Fancy Goods I F-mlxac irf najiy everything f.'Uol in a Piu-fl' l.H.k, krpt rn.iai.llj ' Perfumery, Soaps, Combs, Brushes. Toilet and Sachot Powdoro, Sponges and TOILET ARTICLES, in goncral. Complete Lino of Ooltrxite V Co.'n Honpn ! I'll VSICI AN'S. PLANTATION'S AM) tl I Star Mill Medicated Paper. fr.sf.4.VS PJlESCRirTWXS CAHKU'LL Y PREPARED. Jy r A V Jyi jjr MOHT KING'S GOrlBIMATION SPECTACLES! 'AU,",",V: ..... j 3 30 "1 I ' f SB I i . mr a 5 '.. j. jxths-w - . -i-in. iha Itrat Poaaibla Kffiict from an artificial brlp. 'The Eye are teted and fitted with Spectacle hy new mrOTHING IS SO MUCH TO UK DESIRED AS PERFECT NIUIIT. AND PERFECT il six lit can ouly be obtained by asing perfect BpeoUclea. Th CoaiUmalloo Pprctaclea laaprov. atrengtbaa avd rrv the sie'it on account of the parity of the material of which they ars male. They causa no alttlsrwcr wawrrtaaj ot alxh'l I are brilliant and easy to the ey. and from the construction of th frames ars mora durable ibaa Mbar. Tkay -JL ... ...h nn French Perlscoi-ic Lense. with th focus or con so adjusted as In coins directly la front of U pupil id It United State, and i the oaly practical ayaicm, wsra om oriraiiae prianpirt now iu uat. A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED, For Sale at A. L. SMITH'S CASH STORE, No. 73 Fort Street BISHOP & CO., BANKERS, ONOLULC. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. DRAW EXCHANGE ON II TUE BlMi OF CALIF0RM1, SIX FKISCIKCO, aid TMia aoinT ia New York, Boaloa. Parla, AMcltlaaal, THE ORIENTAL BANK. CORPORATION, I.OIOX, xiDTHtia asaxenxs ia Hoagkoag, Syoaey. and - Melaoarar, And Transact a General Banking Buslnea. 23 1 THE C-R-GO OF TUE FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP JUST ARRIVED, For Bale! COMPRI?INO A FULL ASSORT MKNT OF toTioj, mmm .other goods jpiNE X E W STYLES OF PRINTS, Blue Striped Denims. Velf el Carpets 4 Rug , Hassocks Pilot Clothing, Towels, Counterpanes, White Moleskins, Skirts, Grenadines, Scartes and Ties, Silk Umbrellas, Blanket, Crimean, Oxford and Regatta Shirts, Flannels, Tweeds, Ponchos, SADDLES AND BRIDLES, Swiss Mulls, Printed Lawn, Waterproof Clothing, Victoria Lawns, Book Moslins, Lace Curtains, BAGS, BAGGING, CANVAS I Twine, Leather Belting, Paint, Oils, Pipes, S T J- TIONERY! Wire Rope, Corrugated Roofing, Blue Mottled Soap, Galvanized and Tinware, Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron, Iblloware, Charcoal Irons, O-os. Cutlcrj. Bar Iron, Lea & Perrin's Sauce, JAMS ALI JKIoToIKS ! Gr o Hne 11'n Perfumes, Soaps, .. I5rimlics, Hennesfjr's, Martell's and Robin's Brandy, in casks and cases; Fine Sherry, in quarter casks and cases, Geneva, Whiskey, Rum, Hock, Moselle, Alcohol, &c. Blood Wolfe & Co.'f and Bass' Pale Ale, Edmund's Tig Brand Porter, BOmiET'S .MPOLEOX (ABI.NKT (IIAMPAtM:, LalaoJe's Red Bar Claret, DunTille's Whiaky, Boord's Wines and Spirits, Silicate Paint Co.'s Paints! FIEE BRICKS, RED BRICKS, CEMENT, . CHALK, WHITING, Powell Duffrynfs Steam Coal ! ON HAND, WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS & ENGINE! McOnie'i Coolers, And to Arrive, McOnie's Clarifiers ! FOB SALE BV THEO. H. DAVIES. dS 3m V j UHDKKK will Ilrrcl UpwwUI AllaSsUw. BF1.L. Jt i ' . r THIN system, which has been approved by lb leading optician U U oc21 3ra AND GARRIAGEJIATERiAL ! riMIK IINDEKSIONKD II AN JL'IT ItlC. M. CKITKU from lb, feast and fm Franrlaoo, la add l Ilea to bis usual large assortment of Carriage M atarlal, th follow lug Ooods t IIICKOIIY SPOKES, from 1 Inch to C Inch. OAK AND HICKORY RIMS, from 1 Inch to I( .oclies. FINE ASSORTMENT HUBS. ALL SIZES. IMbktt for OiX'arts, Aasorted Biaea, Oak and kih ' Hickory Wagon and Buggy rMisfls, flnlshad and rough Tole, Wagon and Carriage, finished and roufh, Wliifflrtreos, Doabhareea, Uroashar, Yoke, Ivrat RalU, Heal Piudle, Wagon at4 Buggy Bow, - ALSO CARRIAGE HARDWARE Consisting of fttel and Iron A ale, Poring Slay Kraae, Foot Ralls, gtep Fad, Body Loop, WulffleU Oo4lbf toA Far. ul-, Blak Iron, Cockeyes, Hub Bands, laln, llr4 aod orobl, snrew eae Central I'ark Pattern, Pel Crab, ficeu Tread, lrily Pte,., Wesr Irous, FINE Asst. of OVAL MOULDINGS la ftraas and Gold, from 1 to Inch. Croai Hlrtip 31(nn t Iliu eonslstJag of Diamond Ctulni, Buckles, Plrsp Holder Loo fold A of old - A FKW BL'PKRIOR KNOLIBfl k AM ERIC M eTYLF.fi BA8KET PHAETON B0DIE8! .I J r One and Two-aeaUtd, which wilt b put up In th kt posaible manner to order, at short notice. CARRIAGES ALWAYS ON HAND" Or rcaoafaolursd with diaaicA First Claa YVorkaaaw , pUyed In all branch. A continoanee of the public patronage I respeclfully aollclUw. ALL ISLAND OHDtRS PROMPTLY ATTEWKD TO. WEST At COLEMAN. No. 14. 1 and ? King BL nooolalu. U. I. Out THE! OItO CORIVTKR Coffee and Billiard Saloon, 1 -; "i rt TOBACCO.&JP STOI! ESTABLISIHED IN 1858, orrKKJ POR ALB A FI2KB AXKOKTMCNT OP H AVAA, GERM A. & MA M IA CIGARS Light and Hard Freued NATURAL LEAF TODACCO, Fine Cat Chewing Tobacco, AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO ! And a Larg Assortment of , (, BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER FIPES ! Tobacco Poocke, Pip fHems, Auber and liira Mouth Ptooea, Pip Buuoua, Cigareti Paper, ., t. , . II.. J, 2VOLTE, Corner of Uama and Naaanw fit. 1 . f m laliqr NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. A LL PERSON ARE HERKIIV POHUII). . llKN to trespaaa on tli land called NV A I M AN A LU. la the Atupuaa of llonouliull, Itiatrlct of Kwa, (iaha, by letting rattle run on th same, r by coiling, or taking wood, of kill' Inr wild rallle, or bunting on said laud. The bouodarira of saiJ land are dracribed a follows- "On AlnaUoolimalimamua la John Meek. Ok Kala LIUUB, a m k KuJa o IIONoI LIILI, ma ka aoaa auauka, a aa aa aoao caaksi e N ANAKl'LI, ma kahi aoao a na Koollma, sua it at til aWtVO.M Honolulu, March 11, 1S76. (oUUI) J. U. CONEY. r 4 9 t$tK mriKt Apply to - mh W. C. PARKS.