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CONSTANTIY ON HAND!
A GENES AL ASSOBTM'T OF
SHIP HUMERI' SHIP STORES.
Far Sale by
DEVOES KEROSENE OIL.
"I OO CASES BEST ttUALITY.rwECEIVED
BOLLES A CO.
FRESH LOT PER MURRAY
a. m. saw ai uow rrice oj
BOLLES A CO.
MORE RUBBER PAINT.
A "SORTMEST OF COLORS AND
A Shades, recti red per Murray. and for ui b
BO LLCS If CO.
FLOUR AND BRAN.
GOLDEN" GATE EXTRA FAMILY AND
Bakers' Extra Flour. Alto, Bran, fresh and in perfect
onlr, received per Murray, For sal by
BOLLES A CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY!
RECEIVED THIS DAY FROM THE V.
II. MKVEML, from u fruclKO, SOU balra.
for M by BOLLES A CO.
Korember 2i, 1379.
SCOTCH FLAX SAIL TWINE !
1 V for sale by
November 2t, H74.
BOLLES A CO.
' NOW LANDING FROM SHIP SYREN 1
122 DATS FROM BOSTOX,
1t COILS NEW BEDFORD COHDAGK,
1-F 26 coil New lieJfbril Whale Line, Cutting rails,
llM bolt Lawrence MiU CiMtna Dock, assorted no, fm 1 to 10,
Cotton. Ravens. Dork; Amoskeag IrllliDg for boat tails; 150
Atb Oars, assorted sixes from 10 to 2i feet lengths.
For sale at reduced price by
B0LLE3 A CO.
Per bark R. C. Wylie fm. Bremen
25 IEOS STOCK ANCHORS, size from 80 op b 200 lba
BMALL CHAIN, la quantities to suit, sizes i ioch to
9-18 of a inch.
CHAIN CABLES, 6-8, 3-4. 7-8. 1, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, and 1 o-
ioch. For tale low by
BOLLES A CO.
X BARRELS AND CASKS.
For sale by (c30j
BOLLES A CO.
Wilmington Tar and Wilmington Pitch !
IJER SHIP SYREN.
For sale by
B0LLE3 A CO.
PER CITY OF SYDNEY,
FROM MANILA DIRECT, VI A SAN FRAN
CISCO, another Invoice of tboso
Pat up in boxes of 200 each.
For Sale by B0LLE3 A CO.
FRESH SALMON !
IN t AND 2 LB. CANS. FRESH PACKED,
of CatrhliTo. Also, COLUMBIA HIVEH HALMON in
aula For Sale by BOLLES A Co.
SMALL CHAINS !
IZES FROM I-O I 1-2 INCH. In QUAN
TITIES to salt. Received per M Cleta." For sate br
BOLLES A CO.
IRECT FROM HONGKONG. '
40.000 Extra large size, and 60 to 100,009
9d Else, all of the Best quality HARD BRICKS, and
will be Said Lew. by
BOLLES A CO.
BALTIMORE OYSTERS !
1 RES II FROM THE FACTORY OF LOUIS
Mc Murray A Co., received per Ceylon, in cases of two
dosea each iOO Daaen In on and two pound Cana.
For a low by (aul4 BOLLES 4 CO.
Blocks and Oars!
For 8ala by
BOLLKS A CO
A M OF F- FOR"
AND AS YOU SEE HAVE PROVIDED
myself with one of those
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS !
which will stand the Baggage Smasher t, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE of M. McINERNY
Where can be found any or
EVERYTJIIAG I. THE TUBE ME
Among which are
Ladies' Solid Bole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladies' Elegant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladies' Embossed Zinc Saratogas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cases,
Ladies' Russia Leather Chopping Valises, -Ladies'
Bigs and Reticules In all sixes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trunks,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article much in demand, stowing neatly under the state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
Oent's Solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Gent's Leather Trunks in all sixes;
Gent's Bound Edge Trunks,
Oent's Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Oent's Bridle Leather Valises,
Gent's No. 1 and 2 Boston Valises,
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Elegant Russia Leather
Gent's Shawl and Blanket Straps, Trunk Straps,
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Valises.
In fact everything in the above line and
at Bed Hock JPrices.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORE SOLE GAITERS !
Just the thing for the wet weather. '
The Neatest Style of Men's
Ever offered here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
Slippers, and in fact everything In all well appointed Boot and
All the above lines of Goods will be Sold
at JPrices to suit the Times.
Theee Gaveele are well lcaewai here "d steeal
reeeaaaseadatlea. Every Pair
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
Offers For Sale
Beer. Maltsa, Veal, Saloaea Si Fish.
at the FISH MARKET STALLS, Kos. 13, 19, 80, 21, at the
Lowest Market Rates. Please give ma a ealL ml 3 ly.
Russian Caviar and Roedreu
AT THE UOIEU
FHILADEPHIA ! 2
WILDER & 00.,
Importers and Dealers in
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
Tongued ib Grooved, Surfaced,
PLANK, BATTENS, PICKETS,
li In. 4, 1x5, and 1x8, for
Scantling, Boards, Plank,
Battens 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2,
Pickets Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongued and Groeved
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE I
2x12 to lCxlC;
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLINDS, all sizes;
White Lead & Zinc 1
PAINT OIL & SMALL PAINT, CHEAP,
Patty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 and 3,
Wall Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brashes,
METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAINT,
-For Plantation or any Other Use,
Butts & Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, &c.
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
NOR' WEST LUMBER
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort King and Merchant Sts.
Nor' West 1 inch Boards, Nor' West U Plank
Nor' West 1 in. Tlank; 2, 3, and 4 In. Plank
Nor' West Tongued fc Grooved Boards, 1 fc 1
Nor' West Surfaeed, 1 in. 1 and li,
Nor' West Scantling, all sizes;
Nor' West Timber, all sizes;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES
H?er EL". AV. Almy,
A CHOICE CARGO
RED WOOD IMBED !
1 inch Boards 1, li and 2 inch,
Rongh Surfaced, 1 in. 1J, li, 2 and 3 in. of the
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3x4 Posts, Red Wood; 4x4 Posts, Red Wood;
4x6 Posts, Red Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Posts,
All SIZES OF RED WOOD SCA5TI1 JG
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood, 1.J;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
ALL SIZES ;
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead. Zinc Paint,
Chromo 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!
3T Orders from the other Islands filled with
care and dispatch.
LEWERS i DICKSON.
fTIIIE FIRE-PROOF STORE as. Q-eea
JL Street, lately occupied by C. 8. Bartow Esq., as an fr.
an aocuoq itoom. rossession giren immediately.
Apply to mb W. C. tfARKK
SATURDAY. MARCH 10.
The Best Legacy for Sons.
Everv tarent is anxious about the future of
his children. Ibis is a natural instinct. But
in these days of luxury and epeculation fathers
make fatal mistakes io regard to their sons.
Even self-made men who have won success
through toil and hardship, by a mistaken a2cc
tion withhold the discipline that made them what
they are, and which is absolutely necessary to
develop the manhood of their boys. It is well
and wisely said that the best legacy a man can
leave to Lis children is the ability to laxe care ot
themselves. Fit them for active business or
useful labor, and you secure tbem an income for
for all time to come. This income is as much
ercater in value than the earne income derived
from inheritance, as uselul employment is oener
than idleness. A practical knowledge of some
useful business, art or trade, seems indispensable
in these days of sharp competition and hardship.
And in selecting employment for your sons, one
thing 6hould be clearly understood the market
is largely overstocked with clerks and salesmen
who expect large pay for little work. Success
and affluence must be looked for in other fields.
And those most promising in good results are
identified with the demands, growth and develop
ment of the country, where the profits may be
email, but sure. " Small, steady gains lead to
competence and peace of mind." Give a young
man good moral habits, and a practical knowl
edge of some useful business, and the chance is
that be will not be long in working his way into
a position where he will realise $1,000 a year
an amount about equal to the interest on $15,
000. Now, a young man who thus earns $1,000
a year is in a far better position than a thought
less and idle young spendthrift who possesses
$15,000, because be is more useful and is mak
ing himself happy instead of miserable.
Extract from a letter in the London Times.
Thomas Carlyle on the Eastern Question.
To undertake a war against Russia on behalf
of the Turk it is evident to me would be nothing
short of insanity, and has become, we may fond
ly hope, impossible for any minister or prime
minister that ex'iBta among us. Twenty years
ago we already had a mad war in defense of the
Turk; a maes of the most'hideous and tragic stu
pidity, mismanagement and disaster (in spite of
bravest fighting) that England was ever concern
ed in since I knew it ; a hundred millions of
money and above sixty thousand valiant lives
were spent in the enterprise. By treaties of
Paris, etc., the Turk was preserved intact, bind
ing himself only to reform his system of govern
ment, which certainly, of all things in the world,
needed reform. And now, after twenty years of
waiting, the Turk is found to have reformed
nothing nor attempted to reform anything.
Not to add that by bankrupt finance he has
swallowed a disastrous tribute of many new
millions from the widows and orphans of En
gland. As finis to all which, he has wound up
by the horrors of Bulgaria and such savageries
as are without a parallel. With these weighty
agravations, the Turkish question returns upon
us anew and demands a solution. It Beems to
me that something very different from war on his
behalf is what the Turk now pressingly needs
from England and from all the world namely,
to be peremptorily informed that we can stand
no more of his attempts to govern in Euope, and
that he must quam primum turn bis face to the
eastward, forever quit this side of the Helles
pont and give up his arrogant ideas of governing
anybody but himself.
What Editors Were Made For.
Rev. L. Philetus Dobbs, in the National Baptist.
And now we discover the object of Providence
in the creation of editors. I do not deny (for 1
can afford to credit all men with what belongs to
them, and am not compelled to steal) that I am
not a little indebted to Dean Swift, who gives one
of tho rcasonn for not aboliohiog Ubrioticnikj end
the establishment in England, the fact that
it provided a class of men (the clergy) whom
everybody could feel at liberty to insult with en
tire impunity, knowing that their , professional
character precluded them from resorting to the
violent measures that a lay-man would employ.
And so the editor affords a safe receptacle for all
the small spite which it has pleased Providence
to bestow on our race. A man says: " I don't
dare to touch any of my neghbors. For reasons
which 1 will not specify, 1 do not wish to say
anything to my wile. But 1 can write a letter
and blow up the editor. If he has Baid, or al
lowed to be said, anything that I don't like, or
anything that is capable of an unfavorable con
struction, I can air my cheap loyalty and philan
thropy and orthodoxy, and can callh im all man
ner of nameB. Probably he will be too busy to
reply; bnt I can hope and believe that I have
made him wince, and the relief to me will be all
the same." And what a delightful thing it is to
think that any one above the grade of well,
above a very low grade of intellect can stop
The vexed Question of the Samoan Mission in
which so much unchristian rivalry has existed
between the emissaries of the London Missionary
Society and those of the WesleyanB, was brought
up at the Conference, in consequence of a letter
addressed to the Argus by the Rev. S. J. Whit
mee, now in Melbourne. That gentleman re
peats protest against the continuance of the
Wesleyan Mission in the Samoan Group, and
quotes from an elaborate report and protest
which was laid before the Conference at Sydney
in 1872 by one of their own missionaries. The
writer ot tnat document employs ratner empnatic
terms, when he speaks of the missionaries who
have to carry out the instructions of the Confer
ence finding themselves the unwilling instru
ments of introducing divisions and party feeling
into religious communities that might otherwise
have remained under one system of teaching and
discipline, of exalting Sectarianism above Christ
ianity in the apprehension of an ignorant people,
of lowering the standard of Christian morality,
of making Methodism a reproach in the estima
tion of respectable visitors to Samoa, whose as
tonishment at the establishment of a Wesleyan
Mission, in apparent opposition to sb complete
and efficient a missionary system as any land can
show, is unrelieved by any satisfactory explana
tion of the Wesleyan missionaries themselves.
The waste of power and the bad influences of
this unseemly competition, according to this
writer, are such that the Wesleyan Conference
ought at once to withdraw its agents from a field
where they are doing more harm than good, and
send them to others where tbey are more wanted.
The answer given to this letter of Mr. Whitmee's
is that the protest has been answered over and
over again, and that be has been guilty of dis
courtesy in not addressing the Conference direct,
instead of through the Argus. The matter, too,
was said to be outside the jurisdiction of the
present Conference, and could only be dealt with
by the General Conference, or the Board of Mis
sions in Sydney. Whatever may be the explana
tion to be given of the matter, it is to be de
plored that such a standing reproach to the cause
of missions cannot be removed at once. Mel
bourne Corr. Sydney Morning Herald.
Bret Hart's vein in literature is still worked
in the Rocky mountain press, and sometimes
with a good deal of success, as in this little arti
cle from the Gold Hill News: Bhnkenbury got
a letter from his brother in the east and banded
it to his wife to read, as the campaign has in
flamed bis eyes painfully. Among other things,
the good lady read: " You would not know dad
now, Brutus; the old boy's hair is as white as
snow, and he is so deaf that conversation with
him is quite impossible. He gives us all bis time
to reading and playing checkers. He was seventy-five
day before yesterday, and you will be
glad to hear that be has stopped drinking."
"There, Brutus', there's an example for you.
Your father has given up the vice of the wine
cup; there's an example!" "Yes, Mariar,"
said Blinkenbury, with a filial tear in his worn
eyes; yes, Mariar, so it is; just wait nntill I'm
seventy-five, and I'll double discount the old
man." Ten minutes afterward, when Blinken
bury chalked his cue at the Fashion saloon, his
friends observed five streaks of red upon his
Diphtheria in New York.
The origin cf diphtheria, says President
Chandler ot the New York board of health, is a
mystery. Most New York physicians, I believe,
think that sewer gases etarted it. It is a germ
disease, like small pox, and is communicable.
It often seizes robust children who, at the fune
rals of playmates, or in school or church, are ex
posed U) its direct influence. The diphtheritic
poison, impregnating the air j-asaages of tho pa
tient, affects the entire system. Iho air-passage
impregnation speedily changes into incarnation,
accompanied by the formation cf membrane.
Fever next follows. The poison begins to act as
soon as it falls upon the tissues ot the air-passages,
but doesn't sensibly affect the patient un
til two to five days later. Then he feels great
vroetration, his threat is dry, and he has prick
ing pains in swallowing. The throat reddens,
white membrane sppears in patches, and the
glands swell. In fatal cases the fever increases,
the throat inflammation spreads, and general ex
haustion follows. The diphtheritic poison clings
long to rooms and may occasion deaths months
afterward. Dipthcria prefers, seemingly, child
ren between one and ten; the average age of
its victims now is about two years. Neither
heat nor cold, rain nor drought, affect it. Clean
liness and pure air everywhere in a dwelling
i tend to avert and mitigate it. nere it exists
i no child should be permitted to kiss strange
i children particularly when tbey have sore
j throats, or even to play with their toys. When
any child in a family has a sore throat, the other
i children should be kept rigidly apart, iu dry,
well-ventilated rooms. x.vcry tar oat auecuon
should be promptly treated. The Bick child
should be watchfully nursed io a well-ventilated,
sun-lit-room. Men who live on Fifth avenue
are astonished that their children die. It is not
at all marvelous ; half of the bouses there are
not fit to live in. One-half of their owners, I
am confident, have never been in their own cel
lars. They fill their drawing-rooms with satins
! and gilding, but give no heed to the drain pipes.
I Often $5 would have saved a loved child e life,
if seasonably spent in repairing a detective
drain-pipe. A few days ago I went into the
cellar of a great brown stone house. The cur
rent of sewer gas, rushing directly up to the
bedrooms, put oat my candle, and left me to
grope my way out in darkness. We have only
one exper. in plumbers' work, and as the exami
nation of a single bouse takes an hour or two,
he cannot accomplish much. Men should look
to their own plumbing for themselves. "If the
board of health bad a hospital in which children
suffering with diphtheria could be isolated, it
would be the saving of many lives."
Origin of Life and Mind.
Life appears ten thousand ages or more after
the earth began to form. Whence this life?
Prof. Huxley seems to find it in some protoplasm
or gelatinous substance. Was this one of the
original elements of the nebulous matter? If so,
how did it come through that terrible heated
temperature? If U did not exist till after the
temperature had cooled, bow did it come in?
Professor Huxley has been the most determined
opponent in our day of tne spontaneous cenera
tion of life, and is thereby left without a means
of generating the life of plants and animals.
Darwin feels himself obliged, in order to account
for the phenomenon, to suppose that there were
four or five germs created by God. Tyndall
thinks that Darwin has at this point fallen into a
weakness. But meanwhile, Tyndall has no
means whatever of accounting for the appearance
or lite. Air. Darwin lurtner calls in a pangene
sis which is just another name for the vital
force of the older naturalist in order to account
for the generation of new animals. But he does
not tell us, and evidently cannot tell us, whence
tms pangenesis, wnicn cannot come from devel
opement, of which it is the source, and not the
product. Herbert Spencer prefers to bring in
iV hence comes sensation? There was a mo-
ment when sensation, pleasurable or painful was
felt for the first time in the universe. Was this
at the beginning ? If so, one wonders bow the
sentient substance came through the heat, where,
so lar as we can judge, it must have been suner
ing intolerable anguish without the power of re
lieving itself by self-destruction.
Was this protoplasm self-conscious ! 1 rather
think that neither Prof. Huxley por Prof. Tvn
dall would say tnat it was. Animals from the
very first have sansations, and also, at least the
highest ones, ideas and very curious instincts, by
which they make provisions for coming evils of
which they can have no conception.
Finally, in the last unnumbered ages we have
man witn bis intelligence, his conscience and
free-will, all attested by consciousness, nil.
revolutionists pretend that on any rational or
inductive principle they can tell bow these
powers came into being and into action? When
the book of Genesis tells us bow these agencies
j -, . j . ,
uiu cume in, auu in particular now man ap
peared, science has and can have no facts to lead
us to discredit it. Dr. McCosh, in Popular Sci
ence Monthly for November.
A singular story of the effect of a powerful im
agination comes form Essex countv. Ontario
One Belcher was sentenced to be hanged for
murder. He had been a cold, despairing man,
who killed premeditatedly because he did not
value bis own existence longer. He made no
defense and received his sentence without emo
tion. But aa the dav fixed for his dnalh snnrminh.
ed, he was filled with a desire to live and begged of
representatives ot tie press and lawyers to exert
themselves in his behalf. While his application
for commutation wis pending, standing heavily
ironed in his cell, one day, he heard carpenters
at work in the jail yard and concluded tbey were
employed on a scaffold for him. In his fancy he
held out his hands to the Sheriff and his irons
were struck off; he knelt in prayer; he arose and
loop touched his face and be turned his bead
away in horror. A moment later he bowed to
have the rope placed about his neck. He waited
for the trap to be dropped; it fell and the prison
er was thrown on ths floor of the cell unconcious.
When restored he cried out, " Oh God! how the
rope cut my neck," and "Don't bang me again!
Oh, my throat is so sore! " Tbey turned down
his collar there was a dark red mark around his
neck and throat; bis tonsils remained inflamed
during thirty hours; he had in imagination suffered
the agonies of death by banging. As a Herald cor-
responaent tells the story, it is probably alto-
gekuer uu imaginary case.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
TMIE PROPRIETOR HAVING OB.
laiaed a nev lease of this
EIjEGA. 3NT T IX OTEL
Will spare no pains to make it
First-Class in Every Particular !
Carnages br l lie Sea Side fmr (lie Aecnsm
datioa of Guests.
Carriage and Saddle Horses at Short Notice.
rHIE CXDERSIGXED. FORMERLY WITH
JL Mr. Eckart, beps to inform citisens of Honolulu and the
public generally, that be bas taken the store on Fort Strt-et.
opposite Odd Fellows Hall, (formerly occupied by Tbos. Tan
natt,) where he will Eire special attention to the manufacturing
and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry.
Particular attention given to Shell and Kokai Work.
JOT Will guarantee satisfaction in all his work. Xi
Honolulu, Not. 87, 1S76. (no25 6m) WM. M. Wg.NXER.
JUST RECEIVED PER K A MOl. AX
Ruinart, Pere&RIs Carte Blanche
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
For saie at Agents rales, by
n. HACKFF.LD A Co.,
Sole Agents for Messrs. Ruinart Pere Fils,
BISHOP" & CO., BANKERS,
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
JDKAW EXCHANGE ON
THE B1X1L Or flLlfORMl, SIS nUXCISCO,
AID TIKIS Afiurrt 19
THE OKIEATIL B1.K tOErOKt T10, L0M)0.,
AID Tut IS EASCHK3 IX
Aad Transact Geasral Bantu Besioeas. ap22 ly
RECIPROCITY ! ! 1
NEW CIGAR STORE
OPENED BT II. J. NOLTE.
0PP0S1TK FISCHER k ROTH, Merchant Tailors.
A BRANCH OF THE OLDEST AND
largest Tobacco and Cigar More in Honolulu.
The Best Assortment of Pipes
From Meerschaum to Briar.
Tlio XXocat Solootlou ox"
CHEWING & SMOKING .TOBACCO
Cigars of Every Quality
se23) From finest Harana to common Manila. (qr
T XX X3
A Fin Cut Chewing Tobacco !
Jala AT THE OLD CORNER.
II. HACKFELM CO.,
OiTer Tor Sale the
PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WYLIE,
One IIuBdred aid Thlrty-sse Dsjs
EV STYLES OF PRINTS TURKEY
Red. Ulalil, white rronnd. chocolate, gray and fancy;
Jaconets, Brown Cottons, S qualities) Whits Cottons,
Ilorrocks Long Cloth, A, B U; Brown Drill,
Hickory Stripes, Striped Ticking, Brown Holland,
Linen Padding, Blue Striped Denims,
Blue, White and Fancy Flannel, Mosquito Netting,
Scotch Water-proof Tweed, 6 colon;
Black Merino and Cobourir.
Linen, assorted numbers, 12 yards, pieces, Ac.
Victoria Lawns, Barege, Lasting,
A SUPERIOR LOT OF TAILORS' GOODS !
Doeskin, Buckskin, Diagonal, Rippt, Qashmere, Moleskin
White Cambric. Wbite ft Turkey Red Cotton. Silk A Foulards
White Cotton and Tuklsb, Linen Turkish.
Linen A Cotton, Brooks' Patent.Thread, Black Merino Braids.
Men's White and Gray Merino, Brown A Blue Mixed Cotton.
LADIES' STOCKINGS, ASSORTED ;
Children's Stockings, Shirts, fancy flannel, Canton, Union,
II ndersbirts Cotton, Merino and Silk,
Umbrellas, Italian black Neckties,
Black and Colored Silk Ribbons Kntout cas.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SHAWLS
AND CLOTHING !
Cloth, Buckskin, Flannel, Cotton. Ac.
P. C. Monkey Jackets, Ueary Wool Blankets, all colors;
vouon ana uone iMsnneii, vaunts, sc.
Burlaps, Wool Pack, Canvas, Uuuny Bag,
Calfskins, sC, Corks, Perfumery, Ac, Lubin's Extracts,
UU UD VUIUUC. I JL1 KU(J flj BCaSSSX,
Fancy Soaps, Windsor, Ac
Tooth Combs, Tooth Brashes, Hair Brashes,
Looking Glasses and Mirrors, Imitation Jewelry,
Ledgers, Journals, to., Playing Cards,
Harmonicas, 1 1 Balls, Feather Dusters,
Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissors, In leather A cards;
Tinned Spurs, Lanterns, O C Irons,
Galvanized Corrugated Sheet Iron, 4 sizes;
Galvanized Pipe, all sizes; Galvanized Buckets, 10x12 In.
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, Muntz Yellow,
Metal and Nails, Bar Iron, Gun Powder, Shot, Ac.
Blacksmiths' Coal, Printing and Wrapping Paper,
Cordape and Packing, Toys, Tumblers,
Baskets, Paints and Oils, Vienna Furniture,
Wall Paper, Crockery, Caustic Soda, Tar and Pitch,
Anchors and Chains, Oil Casks and Bhooks,
Kerosene Barrels, Birch Brooms,
Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks, daintier Cutcn,
Crushed Sugar, Wash Blue, Sardines, Salt, Raisins,
Mustard, Pates, Ac, ke.
Stearin Candles and Safety Matches.
Liquors, 4c, Boutelleau's Brandy 1, 2, 3 and 4 diamond,
Gin, in baskets and green cases;
Champagne Heidsieck, Ruinart, Thoreaux,
Sparkling Hock, Rhine Wine. Bavarian Beer,
Bu Paul's Ale, quarts and pints;
Jeffrey's Ale, quarts and pints; Bitters, Ac.
German and Havana Cigars, at low prices, to close consign
ments, in lots to suit, Ac, Ac, 4c.
Orders from, the Other It land Promptly Ezteuttd at
sepSO Market Rate. qr
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
MUM 1IFE IHERiME COMPACT
OF NEW YORK,
Economical Life Ins., Co.
IN THE WORLD !
ATiL OASZX :
Now is a Good Time to Insure.
SOXE 31T FIRST-CLASS RISKS TAKES
apl OFFICE WITH WILDER A. Co.
E. S. CUNHA, PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
apl 5 ly
Pure Bred Aylesbury Docks. Home Fed Turkeys.
KINQ STREET, BOItOLXJLV. oT ly
AVING MADE RECENT EXTENSIVE ALTER ATION IN THEIR I'HEM Ikl.S. A Nil
PERFECTED ARRAX0KXENTS FOR TUI lUrfLT OF
ALL NEW NOVELTIES IN THEIR LINE
As they appear, beg to assure the public that ao paios JU few spared to ssalnlsia tl crsdM Us
bas enjoyed of carry lag
First Class Quality of Goods, tasty and novel in styles,
with price moderat. aad prompt aoj courteous aiienUofi Is the rrquiresaeata of their palrosta.
Tlie STOCK on HAND
IS DIFFERENT SIZES AMD STYLES OF BIXD1NU.
Bills Payable and Receivable Books, Tims Books, Log Bocks, teij aad Not Bobks, Mrsaoraadaaa at.4 pass Isett,
Memoranda Tablets, assorted sises; Chinese Pencil Books, Can, Letter, and Mots Papers, Lrgal Cap, BJt Cap, Latter aad Cay
Account Current Paper, Trial Balance Paper, Demy Journal Rated Paper, Letter Heads, Note Heads, But Urads, ,taleskt
Heads, P iris's Fine Note Papers aad Envsfcpe, Repp Papers and Envelopes,
FINEST ASSORTMENT OF LATEST STYLES PAPETERIES,
Earc-Upe 1st Vstrlely sf sAlstds, TIsji n4 SI a,
IISTEZS, .A. Large Assortment,
Embracing Arnold's, Carter's, Davids. Thomas', Dovsll's. Alizarin, Japanese, FW-U's A I'adevwosd't.
Mncllaga, la quarts, plats aad soars; and also a variety la aew siytoa.
A FIFJE ASSORTMENT OF INK STANDS I
Including a Cholos SeUetloa of Broaaewars fross Mallet's Bona, New York; Calendars, assorted aiaxa, lla sass aad Iss.
Bronze; Mann's Parchment, French. Pena and Eblpmaa's Duplicating Letter Copy Ing Baoks, Mass's Copying Paper, Copylof
Brushes and Dampening Bowls, Harp Files, new styles; Stand Files, Check Files, Letter aad Cap Board Clips, aew styles; Es
pansivs Bill Files, S sises. Just llta thing for CoUestors; Blank Forms -f Morlgsge, Lease, Power of Altoraey, Charier Party
Contract.; Lead Pencils, various grades and kinds; Puiot Protectees. Pen holders. Including Ui newest style of self 41ararg'
Ing; Gold, Bled and Quill Peas, Hew Style Ealing Pens, Shipping Tsgs, Merchaa.llas Tags, Jeweler's Card aad rarobsMal
Tags, Address Upeto, Gum LabrU, Legal and Notarial Stale, Ivory, Quill and Wand Tot.Uk picks, Nssts Psper Boies, I lu
Pocket Cutlery, Pocket aad Stop Compasses, Finest English and Americaa Playing Cards, Crlbaag Board, aud Boas, Coua
ters, Chess men, Checker Boards, New and Novel Style of Chromo Cards. Latest Stlet Tl.itlng Cards, Mourning Cards,
Paper and Envel pes, . , , , . r . ., .
A very Large AssortnYt of Chromos to Suit all Tastes,
Including Scrap and Screen Pictures, Panel Pic I ares aad Sunday School Cards, Picture Frames, and. Msaated fur Special
Sizes, Csp and Quarto Office and Pocket Diaries lor 1S7T, Scrap, Sump, Autograph aad PbeAngraph Albums, Fin Pressalatloa,
Miscellaneous and Standard Works, fcheet Music, Mutio Books, Richardson's New Method, and Uuolea's losb-actloa Buoka.
V . ;'..:, , , !
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR M U8IC. BOOKS, V. FORWARDED EACH STEAMER." ' 4 1
FLAT PAPERS assorted sizes, FORSPECIAL II LANK TIOOK MANUFACTURE,
ORDERS FOR PRINTING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TOj ' ;
ha been farther applied with Machinery Io nee t the requlremeoU of (he CU, n4 will heretfUr
- ... . .
PAGE ALL BLANK WORK, PERFORATE AND NUMBER CHECKS
AND CERTIFICATES OF 8TOCK WHEN DE8IRED!
Always aiming for Improvement aad expedition la all departments of oar business, w respectfully solicit publl patroaag,
and can assure parties that all orders wilt have prompt ttanlioo. .' (
WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR ' V
UE17 GOODS TO ARRIVE PEO G1V9.0U
CONSISTING OP i
AMOSKEAO DKNIMSl A C A II At D TICKINGS. AMOSKEAG BLUE DRILLS.
A mo k ear. Blue Bleached Cotton, Hickory Stripe, Langdon Bleached Cotton, .
Ctiea Mills, 4-4 Bleached Cortao, a very superior artM-t. Perkla's Mills 4-4 Bleached Cotton, the cheapest aoUoa la town
Extra Fine, Fin and Medium 4-4 and ! White all Wool Funnels, w , , ,
A Few Pieces Fancy Flannels for Children's, Wear j .4
8-Card Matches, Devoe's and Downer's Kerosene Oil !
Shield Iron, Hunt's, Ohio, and Boy's Handled Axes,
Axs Pattern Shingling aad Bench Hatchets, Pick Mattocks.
Crow Bars, Coe's Wrenches,
Eagle No. 20 and No. 2 Flows,
XOAXI "Heel Plows, Wheelbarrows, Ox Yokes,
Now much used In place
Axe. Pick, Matlock, Sledge aad Hammer Handles, Scythes and Snaltbs, Wood Stirrup, Lamp Black, Cut Nails, S U AOd,
Cut Spikes and Wrought Nails, AMERICAN ZINC and LEAD PAINTS, COPAL, DAM AR A CAR It LA UN VARNIBUJM
A CAREFULLY SELECTED INVOICE OF
KEROSENE CHANDELIERS AND LAMPS!!
Chimneys of all styles and sises. Lamp aad Flower Pots, B rooted Bracks! Stand.
JUST RECEIVED VIA flVBRLflrJD HAILHOAD & STMEIBfl '
S EE E5 Z
... ... .. ftj
Tiz: Door Locks, Butts, east and brats, aastd. sizes; Padlocks, new style; flat end Coat Hooka, Hammers, HalrlMHs,
Adzes, both ship and carpenters; Rules, Levels, Planes, new style and gauges; (Jlmbtet lilts, Jenn!ng's Bits, 4-14 ! 14 It,
Hollow Augers, Patent Assert, Extension Bits, Butcher Knives. Screw Drivers, Rivets aad Bars, t'btasis. Awls, lies hlbkts,
I. R. Hose, -4, 1 12 and 3 Inch; Superior Aasrloaa Table Cutlery, worth examining; Axle Clips, Horse Nslla, ftabfcet Metal,
Box Ultes, Cooper Anvils. Hammers, V Crotse A Levellers.
A fine assortment of W W, Paint, Varni.h and Centrifugal Brashes, Feather Dusters, Shoe. Sharing, and Metalll Hair
Brushss. A small but floe assortment of TRIPLK PLATED FLOWER VASES, Call Boils aad Individual SaH Bottle, a aew
design. A few Infant Baskets, Moss and Toy Caskete for Christmas.
Tba NEW SUMMER ClUEKN OIL COOK STOVE with OVEN aad BROILER. The grett4
Stove out and sale mad ahead of production.
A Sasaall Aaawrtasesi f SADDLERY, with sample ordering cards. AdJusUbls Table. Just tb thing for Ladlo
Hurricane, Glob and Signal Lanterns. Carriage Cold, Eagl Brand, all else; Mitr Boxes with Dlsston't Baws.
Superior and fine asst. of House Paper & Bordering
Which can be seen at and for sale by
Tte New Charter Oak Lawa Mower, Set Floral Tools for Ladle' a.
TO ARRIVE BY STEAMER,
A FEW OF DISSTON'S FINEST SAWS AND FILES.
17 The absve Caada were Prrkal far Cash at Baltaaa Pr Ire and wa will easlaavar
( Sell at aatisfaetary price lar Cash r Appravrsl Credit. at Ms
PREPARED FROM THE RECIPE OF AN
eminent PbysicUa of Fifty Year Experience, stand nj
rivaled as a
Safe & reliable household medicine
May be glvea Io the youngest infant or the most aged adult
WITH PERFECT SAFETY ! !
For Asthma, Colds, Broochitis, Pains In lb Chest, Dys
entery, Diarrhosa. Spasms, Scarlatina, Toothache,
Headache, Fevers, Depression,
Indigestion, Ac, Ac,
UOLTF.RMiVVS LIFE DROPS will e foil! si
Immediate sat! Effectual Eeme!f.
For INFANTILE COMPLAINTS,
Especially during the Critical Period of TEETHINO,
The Life Drss. are Sarsael hp Medlela
97 Persons Residlne or Traveling I tb Interior should
never be without a Supply of tb LIFE DROPS, which in
eases of extremity Invariably provs a Trme Friead la
Agent for Honolulu.
IBIanls 33ools !
THRUM aV OAT. Merchant Street, Hoaalalai.
Horse and Mule Collars,
Ame's rlbovels and Spades, round pointed!
Hall's, Reed's aud Door's bhovsls and Spades, round aviaUd
S, 4, and t la. beltlog, Mason's large blacking,
Horse Nails, Kin. ley's Axles, Concord Springs,
Tinned Tsx, S to 20 as ; tilue, Os Bows, S-4 and I leches;
iiwii vrot mnm ani.a aaaiera suauei
Baperior Uarde Uses, . S, IS, aad !) Basket.
Kitchen Marble Ward !
of Porcelain Lined Wars,
1 1 i i
EE .ZLl& EB W sil sRES1!
ALLEN A ROBINSON.
SEWING LIACIIMES !
Received per ss. City of New York
INVOICE FLORENCE SEWIKG MACHINES,
of the Best Quality, which will b
Sold at a Reduced Price !1
Florence Needles. Hemxnert, Tuckers,
Sewing Machine 011, Thread, -C20VF.B
k BAKER'S, as4 WHEELER 4 WILSO.IMp
Setting ilachln XedUs, etc., ttf).s'
FOR BALI AT
A, L. SMITH'S
jalS 2a Tl Fort Slrsel.