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3Trw Jcssrr Mosquitoes. The mosquito of Xew Jersey Is ece ef the gae Lirdi of the north, though be it cat generally fo considered by tbe naturalist. Tbc rpsrtfT hunting them is cue of tbe most exciting tal&e cs ctry aSerds, baring all the activity of the lwiin.ttf tbe terrapin er tbe buffalo, with the danger &-of elating T a griirly bear or a e'am. .There if a tradWem that tbe New Jersey mosquito, in tbe early days sf tbe state rarely attained the liic of tLe eler.tsxt. bnt tbif was when tbe coantrj wat t parcel i balntei and tbe snotqaltoet were enable to get blood ecfb to rosriih them. But timet are ehanged now, c4 tbc scare ef iaaquito raiting, Xer Jertej it tbebaapan and batds tbe belt. It it imposiible to a a Intel or be rding-beure beeper who will admit tbat a xaoeaalto wat ever tees about bit establish sneat. I bare known tome of tbe Teratiout inhabi tant! T tbat State ta tetl Ten there were no znotqui toct areond an4 to staa-d all tbe time flapping their faeea nd batrdt in a ert of incipient dance of St. Vi tcx. There are piacet in New Jersey, where people bare boagbt bostes and been compelled to tell outand more laway on account of tbe motquitoet, and in xact parte f tbe State, tbe people bare their doort, windows, bd, and temetimet their dining tablet eorered witb tnotqoito netting!. It it cnrrentljr re ported tbat a bealthj motqnito of tbe Xew Jertej gesuscati open ,ysters with bit bill, and when do tpesZic led be can be taogbt to pnncb rivet boles in tteaa bailer! and perform other ntcfnl work of the lifhter crder. "Bin. or GnuT Zitees. Dr. Hall njs great eaters never Mrc keg. A voracious appetite, to far fresn being a sign, of (rood bealtb, Is a certain indi cation of disease. Some dyspeptics are always knncrj, and fed better when eating, bnt as soon at ibrj bare finished eating, tbry endure tor meat m dislrctsing in.tbcir ntturc as so make the nnbaprr rctlm wish for death. Tbe ticaltby appe tHcl tbat wbieb is inclined to eat moderately when catjwg time comes, and w bicb, ben satisfied, lea res to ssfteaaant reminders. Multitudes measure their beattb bj tbe quantity thej cat; and oat of ten pens, nice are gratified by an increase ol n eight, "when in rcalttj It Indicates an Increase In disease, tbwvteg titat tbe? absorbents of the sjstem are too weak to dftebarge their duty, and tbe tendency to J fattiets, to obesitj. Increases, nntil existence bc eeraes a brdra,ad suddenly death closes tbe pain ln3stery. it tbe latt meeting ef tbe civil engineers in Lon don. Mr. Parsons, well known for his labors In the lzsprvrement of ordnance, thawed tamplei of his white brats. It is unlike Babbitt's or any other met al, wH toot eteg tbe file, and has in practice proved rerj eeetire- It differs from alloys known as white metal, being harder, stronger and toneroui. It is a rpeeaet of brats and bebaret like it nnder the tool wben bored or burned, and is tusceptible of a very Mgb ; uttib ; at the tame time it fusel at a low tem pera re than ordinary brass. This readers it useful frr feting up engines and machines where first erst is an fssJeeC Tbe white brass, it is stated, has been fonwd by careally condueted experiments, to surpass in danbBHy all other anti-friction metals against wUob It bas been tested, and to prevent heating of tbejosrnals. Tbz faMowiag snecdetes bare an appearance of prwsawttr, bet Dcb appearance is deceptive. "llaama," said a six-year old, "Is It wicked to say dam r" "Certainly, and I hope I shall never boor too Bsc setch a word." " Well, Mamma, Is It nieledleuj mWdim or cofferdam?" "Why, no, "Srjr cMM ; tfcosc are common v onls, and perfectly if I'M." Watt, the oM cow In the barn has just pert a tornlp In her throat, and If you don't hurry oat Uwre, ste'H eefierdam her brad offl" Paj," eaM aiMrtbtr'Touupsttr of tender age, " r ett tbe devil skate F" Anxious parent gave K as. " WB," said young hopeinl, " where In hell owHkc fiad ice J" The young geutleman went to bed wttb. tbe assurance tbat if be was a good boy be sbouM lutvc sosne peanuts In the morning. TtrrBr are live thousand newspapers In the Uni ted State, r one to every 7,000 tiftbe inhabitants; ZJ300 ta Great Britain and 1,040 In France, or one to CTarySsVOCK); T09 in Frutsia, or one to every Sfi.OOO; SCCfti Italy, or ooe to every 44.000; SG5 in Austria, oroee to every M3.000; 300 in Snltzerland, orone to rvery S.OO0: 2TS ia Belgium, or one to every 15, 000;S5ta HoUaod, oi one to every 10,000: 20 In Rus sia, or ooiy one to 330,000; 200 in Spain, or one to every 000; ISO in Norway aud Swrden, or one to every 6,000; 100 in Denmark, or one to every 20, 0M : aBd K in Turkey, or one to every 300,000. MassacnusETTs presents a pretty good criminal calendar for a moral commonwealth. There are 2,903 Inmates in tbe prisons of the State. In the Jails there are 400, nearly half being In Boston; in tbebcmsesof correction, 1,150; in the Boston House e! industry, 403; In tbe State workbonse, 220; In tbe three State reformatories, 572 boys and girls, and in tbe Boston city reformatory, 2GS, making a grand total of 5.S15 belonging to the criminal class. Iris said tbat an aero of ground cultivated with tauTberry treet for tilk culture will pay $1,000 per an xictB, with only one month f silk making, commencing about tbe lu t of June. Of courte the eggs mutt be pat away and kept in a cool and dry place for the xttxt aeasaa. Tbe price of raw silk in the cocoon is over eight dollars per pound, and eggs are worth from four ta tlx. dollars per ounce. A STOCK company hat been formed in Buffalo for tbo maaafaetsro of artificial stone. Tbe stone is to bo caado cfsaiid, water, lime, and sundry chemicals, cpea a plan discovered in Chicago. Experiments bare beea made with samples, which show its sus taining power to epnal SCO,000 pounds to each foot of Rrfaec. A Parsst. writer has estimated tbat if King Wil liam of Frastia receired as much in proportion to the land be rules as the minor German princes of Thurin gen, be would obtain somewhere in the neighborhood of thirty Billion dollars in gold yearly, whereat he receives now about two and a half millions. Tse railroad over the St. Gothard mountain is of great importance in Europe. Italy has voted 45,000, 0M francs towards it ; Ewitterland rotes 20,000,000 ; North Germany 10,000,000 ; and little Baden -rotes 3,000.000 for its construction. France has commer cial reasons for voting nothing. The International Workingmen's Association it one of tbo zaost formidable organisations in Europe, num bering folly 1,000,000 members, distributed as fol lows : Ia France, 4JJ.S75; Grmany, 110,000 ; Aus tria and Hungary. 100.000 ; England, 80,000 ; Switz erland, 45,::0 ; Spain, 1716. Tat lightning recently struck the powder maga zine of Santa Spirito.at Venice, where 600.000 pound! of tbat material are stored away. Tbe conductor re ferred tbe electric discbarge, and itt top literally Belted away, and tbe whole length twitted, but no farther damage was done. Tbe New Tork Eipmi says It is not a very happy eoteaeBtary upon tbe boasted superiority of prevail ing civilization tbat people who go on picnic excur sions thereabouts arc compelled to carry, a; a part of tbe lodetpentible furniture, revolvers and bowie kztrres. The relative positions of the central points in tbe Canpeaa theatre of war are as follows : Paris to ilstj.-'lttl miles ; Paris to Berlin, 00 ; Paris to Vien na, 550; Paris to London, ISO; Paris to Stratburg, Si ; Berlin to Vienna, 300 ; Berlin to London, 525. A xxxraxe physician in Paris, it it reported, after caking a patient the questions according to formula, atto creeping had eating, next demands what news paper be reads. If tbe patient ho nervous or excita blo, tbeaBildrrt and dullest journal is prescribed. A irreverent lawyer baring insulted Judge Pitzer, of tbo California bench, bit honor descended, seised a cane, and administered to the attorney a severe flog ging. Tbc-jdgo resumed hit teat and cade the wlipped pleader to proceed witb hit remarks. , Tse new French engine of war. called the nitrsif fnaetapabls of throwing a shower of balls at each discharge, bat been recently rut to tbe test, .Three bead red horses were killed by the are of two of (ttesn wkbia the tf aso' of titree The FBAScrPBCSsn Wxrt A PiiornEcr. The New Tork Commmial Adttrtherhn the following: One hot afternoon in the month of August, 1EC7, three men sat aronud a table in a private parlor at the Hotel Darmstadt, In Ems, Germany, taking such comfort as they could derive from tbe Juice of Rhenish grapes and a pack of cards. Theynost con spicuous figure of the group was a large man, with a bald head, grayish-blue eyes, "a heavy, light-colored moustache, and an air about blm tbat would have done honor to tbe Imperial purple. This personage had even then achieved some fame, and was tolerably well known to rending people by the name of Bis marck. Next to him sat another bald-headed Indi vidual, inferior to Bismarck in stature, with a border of black hair about the base of bis skull that looked like the rim of an old felt hat, ruthlessly robbed of its crown, condemned to remain there as a perma nent fixture. During tbe Crimean war, the father of this man figured at tbe Cabinet Councils in St. Petersburg as Count Nesselrodc, but tbe son was only ktown as a clever gamester, and an habitue of tbc fashionable European watering places. Tbe third member of tbe party was a little fellow, (so little tbat bis feet scarcely touched the floor,) with dark, piercing eyes, swarthy skin, and vivacity enough lor half a dozen ordinary men. At tbe time of wblchj we speak, he was the French Consul at Stuttgardt. All of Ihcra bad been partaking freely of v. inc. and each of them in turn shuffled tbe cards witb a vim that tbe generous grape imparts to the most phleg matic temperament. The Frenchman, in the Inter ludes of the play, kept up a running fire of conver sation, skipping from topic to topic witb a facility which only Frenchmen enjoy, nntil, warming as be went on, he ventured tbe declaration tbat France wonid one day mark her boundary by the Rhine 'from Basle to the sea. "A hundred fredcrieks to fifly," exclaimed Nes' selrodc, " that she won't." "Done," rejoined the Frenchman, "and let the game be tbc fortune teller." They shuffled tbc cards and tbe Frenchman lost. "Another wager," said Nesselrodc, with a glance at BUmarck, who eyed bis two companions calmly, though never uttering a single word. "Anothtr wager! Two hundred and fifty that within five years France and Prussia measure swords, and that France yields A'sace and the n bole disputed border.' " Cett impoaSAel" excitedly responded the Con sul. Again the cards were shuffled. At tbc fourth play, Bismarck and the frenchman had each taken to tiicks. It was tbe Russian's lead. He threw down the Queen of Clubs upon tbe table. "King I" shouted the Frenchman, In triumph, as be covered Ncstelrode's card, and extended bis hand to seize the prize. "Not so fast," coolly remarked the Prussian Premier. "I believe the game Is mine," and cast lng the ace, be leaned baik in his chair and laughed heartily. "Mon Dleul" shouted tbe discomfited player, "but cards always were liars," and unable to con ceal the cbagrirrand excitement tbat over-mastered him, he rose from tbe table and quitted the room. Thiee years have scarcely elapsed since the little incldeut here related, (an incident which Nesselrode told with hearty satisfaction in the Ems tafa that summer,) and now the big cloud of vtar that hovers over Europe may burst to prove that cards arc not such liars after all. Imi-kisosed tor Sleeping is.Ciickcii. "A man in Rhode Island bas been sent to jail for ten das sleeping In church." " After this who will deny that Until Is stranger than fiction ? Wc do not know what the weather is In Rhode Island; but If It is as close and oppressive as it Is nith us, wc think the un fortunate sleeper has been hardly dealt with. It is to be presumed that the sermon to which the w retch ed criminal listened as au exceptionally brilliant one, as well as exceptionally short. Olhernise e quite fall to see on what ground the poor man nas sentenced to ten days' Imprisonment. It is as ncll for most of us In this old-fashioned country tbat tbe law6 are not equally stverc, as few regular -church goers, especially In warm weather, would, we sus pect, escape passing the better part of summer In tbe salubrious atmosphere of Duke Street. Had the wicked old heathen, who nas in the habit of having a sermon read aloud to him every night iu order to sermonise blm asleep, lived in Rhcde Island, vie tremble to think of the punishment uhicli would inevitably overtake bim. . Transportation for life, or at least imprisonment for a yearor two, would cer tainly be awarded him. But we arc writing In Igno ranee of the whole facts of the case. The Rhode Island sleeper may have been an Inveterate offender; nay, more, though we shudder at the Idea, be may have snored. This, of course, is a mere suppost tion, but we are almost convinced' It is correct. Sleeping is bad, but sleeping and snoring is an ag gravation of tbe offence which cannot be sufficient ly deplored. One wonders, on reading tbe startling story, If tbe sleeper, on being arraigned before the bar, was defended. Wc suspect be was not, or at least. If he were, his agent was a "duffer." We are confident that a pretty strong case could have been got up for tbe defence. At any rate the prisoner might surely have raised a counter-charge against the preacher. If the man who listens to a sermon sleeps, and gets ten day's imprisonment for his too ardent devotion to Morpheus, what punishment should be awardtd to the man whose discourse sends bim to sleep? Surely the cause the chief promoter of crime Is what should be first attacked. Preven tion, we have been told from time immemorial, is better than cure. Why not therefore punish the preacher 'who induces the offence, rather than the unfortunate man whom he leads, or mt her preaches, into offending? Abolish long sermons and hot weather, and If, after accomplishing thesesecmTngly impossible feats, a sacrilegious and Irreverent hearer chooses to go to sleep come down upon him heavi ly. There is still -another side to the question. If an ordinary church goer, wtro is not a member of tbe church, falls asleep, and gets ten day's imprison ment for his doing so, what proportionate sentence should be awarded the "member, what the elders, and what tbe beadle and precentor? Wc tremlifc to think of It. If the somnolent precentor In a well known church In Dundee, whose offence In this re spect we recorded last week, bapiens to read of his brother in crime and his hard fate, how be must tbank his stars that be does not live in Rhode Is land. We dare not even Imagine the nltimatc fate of the fat boy In Pickwick, who was always falling asleep, had he been a member of the foresaid con gregation. He m ust elt her have eschewed churches and sermons altogether or consented to pass his life In prison. Beloicm. Recent developments have brought this little kingdom into unusual prominence. Its greatest length is 173 miles and its greatest breadth 112 miles. Its population In 1S56 was 4,530,228, and must now be nearly five millions. The government Is a constitutional monarchy, the legislative power being vested In the King, the Chamber of represen tatives and tbe Senate. As an independent kingdom it dates from 1S30, having in that year established its own government by a successful revolution against Holland, to which it bad been joined by the treaty of Vienna. Its independence was guaranteed by tbe Congress of London in 1631. This circum stance gives a startling significance to tbe proposal of Louis Napoleon, in tin alleged secret treaty, to annex Belgium to France, and the sensation Is un usually strong in England which lias had peculiarly friendly and dynastic relations with Belgium. She is pledged to maintain the Integrity of Belgium, and she exerted herself promptly to guard her neutrality In the coming war. The standing army of Belgium numbers 100,000 men, and there are elc cn fortresses In tbe kingdom. A sew ralve-alidc hat been invented by a Hudton, N. J., man, which, it it taid, will greatly increase tbe power of locomotives. It will draw an ordinary passenger train at tbe rate of eighty miles per hour, andeave twenty per cent in fuel. Talk about tbe tesquipedality of Rufus Choate 1 Pat Wood, who assaulted Congressman Porter, bas just begun a sentence tbat it will take him three months to finish; , A GIRL, hearing the lady of the house at dinner ask her husband to briny "Dombey 4 Son" witb him wben-be came homo to tea, had two extra plates on the tapper table. v Ax' WthmanTV" challenged to fight a duel, but declinedon the plea that he did not wish to leave bit meeker an orphan. , , 'Foreign Telegrams. HaTiKi., Aug. 4th. Later Mexican advices repre sent Negrete nnder trial before a military commis sion. Escobedo has been elected Governor of San Luis PotosL Pofirio Diaz continued loyal to the Juarez government, and was not concerned In the Guatemtla invasion. New York, Aug. 5th. Judge Bedford told the Grand Jury to-dty, there were hopes of arresting tbe Nathan murderers In a few days. The excite ment among Hibernians continues, 1,500 armed men are gathered in Prince Street. The qnarrjmen up town, and the laborers on the Boulevard stopped work. A reserve force of police Is held in readiness to quell a riot. No Orangemen appeared, and ft feared their antagonists will fall out among them selves. The Timet this morning says the plan of the Prus sian Commander and tbe views of Gen. Moltkc have been recently changed from defensive to of fensive. An advance Into France is threatened. It Is possible that Prince Frederick Charles will push forward and attack Nancy. Tbe 6tory which recently originated In France about a naval engagement off Cuxbaven in which a Prussian war-vessel was sunk, is false, there has been no collision at sea between France and Prus sia thus far. Washington, Aug. 5th. Commander of the flag ship Cougrea, writes from San Domingo, July 21st, that he believes tbe withdraw of tbe protection of the United States, and of the prospects of annexa tion in the future, would lead to a revolution by Cabral. A special from Paris dated Tuesday, Ang. 2d, says tbat Dr. Littleton joins tbe army on the pretext of forming an ambulance corps. Every body knows that he goes as a special attendant upon the Emper or, the state of whose mala'dydoes not permit him to dispense with liis most trusted physician.. Strenuous efforts are made by Rome to induce Eugenia to use ber influence against the withdraw al of the French troops, but In vain. To-day the last detatchment leave Civlta Vccchia. The negotiations at Florence for the preservation of the neutrality of the I'onlifleial tcirltory are suc cessful. It Is reported that England will send two frigates to the Tiber to protect the Pope. Advices from Rome represent the Jcsnlts'endeavorlng to in duce the Pope to remove to Malta. Collisions between German and French soldiers In the Papal sen ice are of constant occurrence. Pjinis, August 9th. Tbe Journal Offlcld contains the following decrees, etc: The following report was telegraphed from Mctz yesterday at 10:15 a. m.: The corps of Gen. Failley which was not engaged In the recent actions is the rallying point of the army. It has not been dis turbed. McMahon has executed tbe movement pre scribed for hira. There has been no engagement to-day. The proclamation of the ministry is read with enthusiasm. The. members of tbc iuteilor have taken measures to have dispatches bulletined at tbe Bourse and at the Mayoralty houses. A decree is issued relative to the Incorporation In the rauks of the National Home Guard of all citizens between the ages of thirty and forty who do not al ready belong to some military corps, and prescribes measures for immediate completion and rearrange ment of the guard with guns altered to breech load ers. Iu districts where the guard has not hereto fore been organized, the chiefs of battalions arc al-" ready appointed, and thanks to the efficiency of the measures taken the organization of the National Guard will soon extend to every part of France. The Department of the Seine, where that organiza tion is strongest, has already given every proof f devotion and patriotism, which cannot be changed by the circumstances through which we are passing. On demand or the Minister of War, the Prefect of the Seine this morning charged the engineers of the muicipal service with the execution of plans for strcngthlng the fortifications of Paris. The service will be organized at once and divided between three Chief Engineers and eleven Assistants. Each Chief will be in chargcof an arrondiscmcnt. The Prefect commits the chlefsnpervlsion of tbe entire work to Inspector General Alphard. New ToiiK, Aug. 10th. The records of mortality in the city during the past six weeks show, as com pared with the corresponding six weeks iu lbC9, an increase of 1,215. The unusual heat is the cause of this terrible increase in mortality. The irorfTt Havana correspondent reports con tinued skirmishing in the Eastern Department be tween the Cubans and the Spaniards, in which the latter are usually worsted. Iu the upper sections of the Islands much activity prevails. The authori ties continue to execute captured Cubans, while tbe cholera and yellow fever continue to affect the Span ish. Fire:ekoise Hose. A Portsmouth, N. n., paper gives the following notice of tbe hose and belting factory of Sam'I Eastman, located In that city. It commends the leather hose made there as a superior aud satisfictory article in even' respect. "In Uic first story of the factory the rough leather is received and curried. None but tbe very best Philadelphia oak-tanned leather is used, as may be seen by the Inspector's mark. The hides are thor oughly cleansed, and stuffed witb a preparation of neats-foot oil and tallow, to render them soft and pliable. At the time of our visit, some monstrous sides of leather were hanging In the currying room, that were, as old laHics say, "a sight to behold." Considerable of this stock Is told for harness leather. "In the third story, the moist leather is stretched by machines that exert a strain of from eight to twelve tons upon it, testing its quality In the sever est manner. The leather Is dried under this great strain, and any that would undergo such a ti6t, might well answer to work up Into reins for Apollo to drive the chariot of the sun with. The great im provement In this point over the old system of nail ing on a floor and drying, Is obvious. "The second story is devottd to the making of bcJtlngnnd hose. The machinery, made by Wyton, of Lowell, has the latest Improvements. The man ncr of making a splice in the belting is so perfect that the eye can hardlyjletcct the union, and so neat Is the Interlacing that it can not catch or rip upon the edge of any floor that it may run through. This Is called the patent lock-lap. The hose Is made as may be desired, 6cwed or riveted, but in neither style Is it beaten in any point of material or make by any workmanship. This hose has again and again been subjected to the severest tests our Fire De partment could command. On Fast Day, the Gov. Hill, the heaviest acd most, powerful machine made by the Amoskeag Company, was ordered out to try to burst it, and packed on all steam repeatedly on one line of hose, but did not start a rivet; and then the Kcarsarge tried the same thing, with the same result, but not a stray leak was sprung. The city has since Invested In this hose, and arenowsatisfied, as are the engineers and firemen, that it is the very be6t article made. These tests have since been repeated, but there has as yet been no break, even when used after having- been rolled np In a half frozen state. As we have said before, made or tbe very best materials, this hose bas stood the toughest of trials, and won praise from all who are concerned either In the Fire Department or in tbe safety of our property, and should. In tbe future, need of anything of this kind be felt, wc know that our City Fathers will not go abroad to Invest when such first-class work Is turned out at home. We heartily commend all in want of belting or nose to Mr. Eastman. The Mtstekt oe Edwin- Drood." Mr. Dick ens's last published installment of ' The-'Mystery of Edwin Drood" ends In the following singular strain: '1 wonder whether I shall sleep to-night! At all events, I will shut out the world with the bed-clothes and trv.' 'Grewgions crossed the staircase to his raw and foggy bedroom, and was soon ready for bed. Dimly catching slght.of bis face in tbe misty looking-glass, he held his candle to It for a moment. " ' A likely some one, you, to comelntoanybody's thoughts In such an aspect 1 ' he exclaimed. 'There, there, there! Get to bed, poor man, and cease to jabber I ' V With that be extinguished bis light, pulled np tbe bed-clothes around him, and with another sigh chut.out tbe world. And yet there are such unex plored, romantic nooks in tbe nnlikeliest men, tbat even old Undercut and touch-woody P. J. T. Pos-' sibly Jabbered Thus at some odd times, la or about seventeen torty-seven." A wao ssTi we ought never to be frightened at the' arrival of a ghost, btcuntet It quite fpi.i 'MERCHANDISE, &0. DILLINGHAM & CO. HAVE JUST RECEIVED -BY Till Comet cfc; IcaaJtao From the East and Europe, via San Francisco, -AND BT- The KA M0I, from Europe direct, A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT OF GOODS Ordered and Selected Expressly for this Market! , amosg wnicn are Downer's Kerosene Oil, Charcoal Irons Rubber nose, j i 1 1 inch. Hose Pipes, Best Leather I!elting,"3 a 4 inch wide, Douglass Pumps, assorted numbers, Galr'd -Malleable Thimbles, fur sailmaker's use, Furniture Varnish, Coach Varnish, Spirits Turpentine, Boiled & Haw Linseed Oil, Jlubbuclt's Pure IVliile Lead & Zinc PAINTS in Oil and Dry. A large assortment of paint, varnish, white-wash and scrub brushes, Axe Handles, Sledge Handles, Pick Handles, Plane Handles, Chisel Handles, Kerosene Stoves Pa'tent Balances, to weigh from 300 to S00 lbs. Platform'and Counter Scales, Solid Socket Garden Hoes, Planters' Hoes, Horse Hoes, Cultivators, . Eagle, Xo. 2 and Xo. 20 Plows, and extra beams and handles for same. H'hiflle-Trces, for Double & Single Teams, Canal and Garden Wheelbarrows, Be?t Eastern Brooms, Stable llrooms. Street Brooms. American'.Carriage Whips, Bridle Ornaments, Black Walnut and Rosewood Drawer Knubs, assorted rizes, Galvanized Washers, Half Patent Axles, Brass and Iron Screw Eyes, Bartlctt't Blacking, Tackt, assorted sizes, from 3 to 20 oz, -Tinned Tacks for Clothing, Light and Heavy Strap Hinges, ass'd sizes, Collins' I'icks, assorted weights, Cut Spikes, assorted sizes, Ilingbam ltuckcts, Brass-bound Cedar Tubs and Pails, Fancy Door .lints. Shoe Shapes, Uornx, Chain, Ship and Deck Spikes, Mattrass Springs, Picture Cord and Tassels, Ship Scrapers, Cocoa-handle Butcher Knives, it ilk Buckets, Hunting Whips, Table Cutlery, Wade and Butcher's, and Westenbolm's Pocket Cutlery, Wade Butcher's Razors, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Turkish Towels, Fine Flannels Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets Furniture Damask, Linen Table Damask, Hoyie's Prints, Blacksmith's Anvils, Blacksmith's Bellows, ass'd 20 to 30 inch. Solid Patent Box Vises and Bench Vi;es, Blacksmith's Cast Steel Hammers aud Sledges, Jack Screws, assorted sizes, Sets of Stocks and Dier. Galvanized Iron Wire Webbing, Brass cfc Iron Wlro of assorted sizes. Cast Steel, ass'd sqnare, octagon and round, BnatXails and Roughs, Cooper's Rivets, Copper Rivets and Burl, Galvanized Tubs and Pails, Oos, Spades and Shovels, Spear i Jackson's and Bradsfaaw's Cross-cut and Rip Saws, of all sizes. Maydule's C. S. Hammer,, Xo't 1. 2 and 3, Jointert, Smooth, Fore and Jack Planes, Fancy Planes, Socket, Framing Firmer Chisels Gouges, Spofiord's Braces and sets Bits, Augurs, small, medium and large. Gimlets, Saw Files, Chalk Lines and Reels, Carpenters' Pencilt, Squaret, A Splendid Assortmnt of Door Locks, Roor &. Shutter IfoItK, Cupbonrd Oitcliefc, Window Fimtenlngs, IoIt nnd Hinges, Sliding Door Eail and Rollers, Cut anB Wrought Hails, Circular Ssl "vv s , assorted, from 8 to 20 inch, erost-cut and rip, Files of all KlndB, For Machinist's, Blacksmith's & Carpenter's use. Double Barrelled Shot Guns, Powder, Shot, Percussion Caps, " ' Shot Poucbet, Powder Flasat. Sheet Pylpe, Sheet Lead, A Full AssorlHfHt of Carriage Material. ALL OF OUR GOODS WILL BE SOLD At the Lowest Market Price OUR JIOTTO IS QUICK SALES & SMALL PROFITS BII-KVGilAM CO. 8-tr MERCHANDISE, &C. SnOFFiUDif Cheap for Cash! Cheap for Cash HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE WM. CORNWELL HAVING PURCHASED THE Entire Hardware -Stock- OF J. W. Wl DDI Fl ELD, Would Colt tbe Attention of PLASTERS, MERCHANTS & MECHANICS TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WELL SELECTED HARDWARE PECULIARLY ADAPTED For the Wants of the Island Trade Merchants in Particular, WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE TO GIVE HE A CALL! Before Purchasing Elsewhere ASilAXY TBISaS WILL BE SOLD JSTot Only at Cost, BUT IN MANY INSTANCES, GREATLY BELOW COST! TO MKE ROOM FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT Agricultural and Other Implements Coming: from Hie Kant. The Usual Discount Made to the Trade! Orders from the other Islands respectfully aoliciteu, promptly attended to aud filled witb care, XST No Connection with the Firm across the War. 3m 24 "Pro Bono Publico!" i Have on Hand. AND IN TRANSIT, Direct Importations FROM AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS! I'lic Largest aud Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing OS THE IIA1VAIIAX GROUP, Consisting in Part of, viz the Celebrated Gr -JE2 1ST XT 1 3NT DES SCOTCH TWEED SUITS! Cashmere, Cloth & Drill Garments in all varieties. Complete Black Dress and Walkiag Suits, Boys' White Linen Cashmere aud Cloth Suits. a full'assortjient OF Cents' Furnishing Goods, Saratoga and Cents' Leather Trunks, JOHN SI. DA VIES 4 CO'S Celebrated Patent White Shirts, Styled Daries Jones, in all grades. Orcrxlilrtx! Orcrsliirts ! OvcrnliIrtM in Grey Flannel, Diagonal, fnnted and Irl ean. ALL OF THESE GOODS ARE AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES Hats! Hats! Hats! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! For Gents', Ladies and Boyt. AMERICAN & ENGLISH FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS AND "Yankee TSTotions ! Boots cfc Slioes ! Boots & Shoes ! Boots & Shoes! DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, At liic Tory I.owesit Posmllslc Price! By the Original Package. Sf Special attention to Country Orders, and a fair margin to the trade. Thanking our patront for past farort, we respectfoliy tolicit a share of their patronage. M. S. CRINBAUM & CO., -tf Blakee'a Block C1G-ARS! TOBACCO & PIPES THE UNDERSIGNED has Jntt receired FROM HAMBURG, Direct from the Manufacturers! ' Br Recent Arrlrala, The Finest 'Assortment of Cigars! Erer Imported Into thlt Market, and tr men ;E OFFERS AT REASONABLE RATES. Alio Constantly on nand -S A "Very Superior Assortment of Tobacco and Pieps! To -which he calls Special Attention of All Lovera of the Weed. H. I. NOLTE. 10 ' - la A MH I In I IB' 31, i mm it I'll MERCHANDISE, &C. AT WHOLESALE AND- ; i BY CASTJLE & CaOKE, Contitting In Part of ' Finest White all Wool t-4 Flannel. FinestWhite all Wool A Angola White Flannels, Uood lire j ana n nue an n ooi Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting, Thompson's Glore-Fitting Corsets, Amoskeag Denims, Jeans, Drills and Bleached and Unbleached Cottont. .A Sup5! ass't of Stationery, Water Lined Note Paper, White Ruled Note Paper, - White Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter and Bill Paper, White, Cuff aud Amber and Letter and Note Enrelopes, Payton't Indelible, and Carter's Copying Ink Artists Jt Uook-keepera flexible uulert, Smith A Wesson's Pistols a Cartridge!, Hair Girths, Stirrups t Leathers, Snanish Trees, Croupersand Bridles, Oak Belting, Street Broomi, Wood Faueett, Lamp Black, Italian Packla? Iaco Leather, Paints, Oils, &c. White Zine A Lead, In 1, 2 25 E containers, Paris and Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow. Umber. Sienner, Patent Dryer, Vermillion. Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladders of Putty, Carriage and Coach Varnish, Bright, Copal and Furniture Varnish, Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills, Axe. Pick. Sle Ige, Adt. Hoe, Oo, Hammer 4 Chisel Handles, Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Truukt, Coopers' Tools, Croiert, Howelj, aud Champeriug Knives, Carpenter's Planes, Fore. Smooth. Jack A Jointert, Cut Nails, 3, 4, 6, 8. 10. 12, 20, 30, 40, SO and 60(1, Boat Nails. 1, 11. H a 1 inch, Pressed Nails, 2 a 2J inch. Cooper's Rivets, 4. 7 a 3 lbs. Copper Riiets a Burs, j, J, i a i inch. Gimp Tacks, Iron a Copper Tacks of all sires. Best Rubber Hose, I. i, 1. li t 2 inei. Centrifugal, Varnih, Paint, White-Wash and Scrub Brushes, Cov'd Tin Pails, , 1, 2, 3, 4, C, S, 10 a 12 uuarts. Covered Slop Pails, Dippers, Dish and Milk Pans, Jenning'sbits, soldering irons. Tbinges,iteels, Hammers, Gauges, squaret, Inisels, Augers, Sieves. Lime Squeezers, Yard Sticks, Bung Starters, Axes, Shovels, Spades, Oos, Lanterns, Facie Horse, A and 0 Plows and Points, Paris Plows, extra heavy and strong, Protoxide of Iron, ram Killer, Poland's White Pine Compound, Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc. Doiritcr'x Kerosene Oil, From the Boston House. And Many Other Articles AL.L. TO DE SOLD LOW. BOIiL.ES & CO. -HAVE FOR SALE- Large and Varied Ass't of Goods ! EX LATE ARRIVALS, -CO513TI50 OT- Ship Chandlery, Ship Stores, Croceries, Polar cfc? Sperm OH .Kerosene uii, California Bricks, Lime & Cement A3IERICAX MESS BEEF, SALMON &c WHICH ARE OFFERED At the Lowest Market Prices! Natural Leaf Tobacco, LIQHT PRESSED. Best brand in market. Receired per D. C. Murray, 18 For tale by BOLLES A Co. Columbia River Salmon JN BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS. CnlcU orHprlnp 1870. Received per Falkenburg direct. 18 And for sale by BOLLES A Co. Saloon Pilot Bread. Received per D. C. Murray. 18 For sate by BOLLES t Co. California Oat Hay. Received per D. C. Murray, Eor sale by 18 BOLLES A Co. Oregon Sugar Cured Hams, A Very Superior Article. Just Received per Falkenburg. ' 18 For tale by B0LLE3 t Co. MANILA CORDAGE, Bizet from 9 Inch In It tni.1, fn V..J Ji . - P WUU.V UUIT paid, and for tale by " BOLLES A CO. BEST COLUMHIA RIVER SALMON, in barrels and balf barrels. for tale by (12) . BOLLES A CO. TAGGING, XJ Heavy 40 inch 'Bagging, fot tale by " UOLLES A CO. "TiEST RUSSIA 11EKP nrmii t r-i- JJ Siiet from 8 ioeb to-2 inch. In' bond or duty ,uu mr hi. uy if . BOLLES A CO. A NCHORS & cnAIS CAOI.ES, t Anehori all fmm lAf tatn tv m - ....a attit aw v afUU Uii, IsUtUD r"'.'"? fr"a 1 ineh to laeh with certificate of the Admiralty test. rortaieuy (12) BOLLES A CO. "DAINTS & PAINT OIL, fl.A V.. I',? z"VWbit Ui. Waek - ,uy " at JSaglitb Boiled Oil. "J . JHJl.LiW.4 CO, QPEKX & POLAR OIL, KJ ia qaaetitie ia luM. Ur uU W 12 sense- ee. MERCHANDISE,-&C. Sijtirfcr tialitj tf Articles! AT LOW PRICES, Roasonatolo Torrrrous FOR SALE AT THE STORE OP THEOD. C. HEUCK. MERICAN, ENGLISH & FRENCH Ptintf, new styles, colors and pattcrni. FAMILY USE,. Superior Sheetings, Cotton, ..Linens and Woolens. LEACHED AND UNBLEACHED Moleskins, Black and Blue Broadcloth, SS In. wide. "YOOL BLANKETS, Ihrgo & heavy in white, blue.'red, green, orange, eto. JLACK & COLORED COBURGS, Alpaccat, Merino, Barathea, Lasting, etc. JgUNTING Wbitc. BIuo, Red, Green Yellow and Black. EN'S SHIRTS, "UNDERSHIRTS and Drawers, in cotton, linen, wool and tilk, of large variety. JINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, Kid Gloves, for Ladies and Gentlemen. Alto, Towels, Suspenders and Neckties. JpN'S SUPERIOR CLOTHING, in cotton, half-linen, linen, half-wool and wool. JJOSIERY A Largo Assortment of Men's and Women's Socks and Stocking!. JTELT HATS different qualities nnd new styles. gHOES AND GAITERS, of very tuperior quality, for Gentlemen,' Ladiet and UbUdren. gUPERIOR SADDLES, for Ladies and Gentlemen. Also, Bridles, Spurs and Whips. "HITE AND BLUE FLANNEL, and White Cotton Flannel. gURLAPS, Wido, nnd of Strong quality, suitable for bags or bales for coffee, wool and rice. JNDIA RUBBER DOOR MATS, also matt for carrlagei of tame material. - "TRAPPING PAPER, . for Grocery and Hardware purposes. gUPERIOR CUTLERY, inch as Butcher and Sailor Kniret, Pocket Knlvet and Scissors. Alto, Patent Corkscrews, Needles Nos. 1 to 10, Fish UooktrVewiharps, eto. pAINTS AND OILS, of very tuperior quality, such at White Lead, Zln White, Linseed Oil, etc. gHEET LEAD & SHEET ZLNO, of different weights and tltet. JiRESH GROCERIES, Sardines in quarter and half boxes. Hair uarrelt Crushed sugar. Dried Applet, Switt Cheese, Almondt, Sentilt, Pearl Barley, Sago, Chocolate, Cocoa-powder, Anchoviet, Bologna Sausaget, Ac. JgEER Deetjen & Schroder's Best Hamburg Ale, in quarts. INES Genuine German Rhine- Wines, vii Geitenbelmer, Lelbfraumileh, ete., la pints ana quarts. gPIRITS Superior Port Wins, Riandy; Sherry, Superior Cogntc In ctiis. ccoicd, J run ana Uouroon Wnltkey, Holland Gin, in catkt and eatet, German and Dutrh Bitten, California Wine Bitters, Malt Extract of, Br, Korn Brandeweln. gPARKLING HOCK and Campagne, f very tuperior quality, In pints and quarts, worthy wi uciug c.ecjauy recommenaea. JEST FINE DAIRY SALT. Alio, Salt-water Soap, Ballt of Waih Blue, banuiet, in 4, a and s 1st package!, Maeaitkr Oil, Envelope!. Playing Cardt, Copying Prenei, Books, etc. "ALL PAPER & BORDERING, uhiu cornering, etc., a superior aaiortment Jutt WATER COOLERS of strong and porout material. y-j .. uibibvXMj different ilzel and pattern of frame. - Purehaiert will find it to their fnter.tl fjfStj. at the store of -- THEOD. C; EBUCK. Honolulu, Feb. K, 1870. 34 . SWISS CIGARS! A FEW THOUSAND OF TIIOtsK.mE GENEVA CIGARS, a .W r,L.u J??. And all the rage Just riiw. 21 For Sale by BOLLES A Co. SUFBKIOR OAK? BOATS, Oak. For Sale by H. HACKFELB" A' CO. IS DOW 8LASg,-AKW,4, sec': iii "1 - si sar4i tue h. lAcsnu e.