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Offer for Sale
The Following Goods.
SS HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
Mr. numltry'a StaRlnc
The London Christum World thus an
alyzes the elements of Mr. Sankey's suc
cess as a gospel singer :
The use made of solo singing is the real
novelty of the services now being held by
Messrs. Moody and Sankey. Earnest and
KinUd gospel addresses are not Mtr,
though no one will underrate Mr. Moody's
power in tins respect ; out air. sankey
VrpV ri'I I 4WWAI?TlirVT PEE HAWAIIAN BASK KAMOI ami liis harmonium certainly are. We have
VLSI flLL AMJKlJlL.lI JUST ARRIVED j always had singing, and a great deal of it
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.Saddles and Canvas.
Tons, Books, Piaoo Fortes !
0' Ate. Un4'i Ate sad Porter,
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Marw&'t. Uecueaeer's, and Kio't Brands of
riftt. Fanutsre, Paints, Oil,
BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS
Mnn11 n. Rope,
fottiaad Caaaav. Cerruxated Irvc II j Iron,
Fast Wire, Heilew-war,
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it l.V IMNH I'KINTS. LAR(iE PAT
Autian: Fancy Prints, new styles,
Whit Ground Prints,
Bteck saJ White Priau. French Muslins,
Heavy Doe Peaias, pLin and ftriped.
Vine and White Striped Ticking .
Brown Cottosa, assorted qaslittef,
Blse Cottons. Lite Cottons.
UorrockM White Lung Cloth, A and B, St inch
and it inch wide.
Linen Shoetinf . 71, W, 90 and 10 inches wide.
Cotton Sheeting. 6S, 7!, SO and M inches wide.
Vtetoria Lawns, 7-yard pieces, assorted qualities,
Indigo Blae Flannel, Black 511k Alpacas,
Black Cebewrgs, fine and median.
Scotch Waterproof Tweeds, all eelars.
Silk Corah Haadkarchteft,
Turkey Bed and Yellow Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' Cotton Handkerchiefs.
Assorted Cotton Stoekinge and Socks,
Linen Thread assorted.
Black and Colored Silk Necktie, new styles.
Monkey Jackets, assorted qualities ,
Hoary Woolen Blanks!?, Scarlet, Orange, Blae
Fancy Flannel Shirts, Linen Shirts, Cottoa do.
Merino Finish Vndershirt. Cotton Undershirts.
Assorted Bar laps. French Calfskins,
Genuine Eaa dc Cologne,
Macassar Hair Oil, Labia's Extracts,
Fine India Rubber Dressing Combs,
Fiae Woolen Shawls and Traveling Plaids,
Fine and Co am on Pen aid Pocket Knires,
Fine Steel Scissors, Common Scissors,
Tinned Spurs on Card", Iron Teakettles,
Galvanised Pails, 16 aad 12 inch.
Galranised Washing Tabs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machines,
Charcoal Box Irons,
Bright Fencing Wire, So. 4, 5 aad 6,
Fall Assortm't of Best Refined English Bar Iron,
Munti' Yellow Metal Sheathing, and Composi
tion Nails, Block Tin,
Galranised Iron Pipe, Hoop Iron.
Porous Water Monkeys, Pressed Iumblcrt,
Cat Porter Glasses.
Hubbaek s Patent White Sine Paint,
Habbaek's Patent White Lead Paint,
Uubback's Pale Boiled Linseed Oil,
Black Paint. Paris Green, Bed Lead.
Caustic Soda, Best Lagos Palm Oil.
A large Assortment of
in evangelistic services, but it has been
singing by the people. If any one had of
fered to sing a sacred solo at some theatre
service or mission room, the proposal
would have been considered shocking.
Such a thing would have been regarded as
a performance almost profane as a part of
divine service. Yet here we are, listening
to Mr. Sankey, and neither ministers nor
the most conservative old people making
any objection. His singing has swept
away our prejudices ; no one has thought
of arguing whether or not it is suited to
public worship, because every one feels
that it is.
The success of his singing is undoubted.
It is a strange sensation to feel an immense
congregation settle down into perfect si
lence as he plays his introductory sym
phony, and to hear the coughing and the
motion of the people between the verses,
which prove the strength of their attention.
Those who place Mr. Sankey's singing be
fore Mr. Moody's preaching as a cause of
the revival are probably mistaken : but it
goes hand in hand with the preaching in
its influence upon the people.
Mr. Sankey does not claim to be a musi
cian ; probably he would not wish to be re
garded as a great singer. But he posses
ses that first qualification of all who would
move others by their song he believes
and feels what he sings. The strong pas
sion that stirs his frame may be observed
by every one ; he is sometimes so affected
at the conclusion of his songs as to weep
like a child. Next to this great power
which feeling gives must be placed his
clear pronunciation. How many concert
or oratorio singers, even of the first rank,
sing so that all can bear their words with
out a book ? But from Mr. Sankey we
hear every initial aud final consonant on
which the distinctness of musical utter
ance depends. Many a prima donna may
envy his sharply defined consonants and
his clean cut phrases. He is more ot a
musical reciter than a singer ; the time is
altogether sacrificed to the words, and
much of the natural rin? of the voice is
necessarily lost in the efibrt to articulate
clearly. This speech-like singing may be
noted essential to Mr. Sankey's style ; it
is to be heard nowhere else, except among
German. English and French Groceries tbo comic iar.'ere at the music halls
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X Tobf Bert GUtfow Splint Sterna Coal,
Bar Irot, ia aaeorted tizet.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS !
Is I dc. cases of the celebrated manufacture of
JOBS SILL05 A Co., Glasgow.
ALSO A rEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Highly reensa ended by those who hare tried
these. KB1 ea hand, aad will be disposed
of at LOW Bates, to suit the times.
The FoUowing Machinery,
One Sugar Mill. Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEIM CL UUFIEBS, 400 ab4 50) Gills, NEW GOODS!
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Lieltg's Extract of Meat.
Stearine Candle. 4, 5, and 6 to a pound,
Castor Oil, in tin and glass,
Ef !om Salt, ia balk aad boxes.
Neets of Trunks. Birch Brooms,
Wrapping Paper. Market Baskets,
Assortment of Blank Books,
Press Copy Books, Shipping Receipt Books.
Assorted sites Horse Hope, Hemp Packing,
Spunyarn, Flag Line, Log Line,
Marline and Housing,
Swedish Safety Matches,
Beroe's Kerosene Oil, in patent cans.
Ueicaleck A Co's Champagne, in qts aad pts.
Ruin art Pere A File' Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock, ia quarts and pints,
Genuine Hollands Gin, in jugs aad baskets.
Genuine Hollands Gin, in glass, green boxes,
Boatclleaa Co.'s Brandy, in glass, 1 to 4
Bontellcau A Co.'s Brandy, ia casks,
German Ale and Lager Bier, In qts. aad pts.
Jeffrey's Edinburgh Ale and Stoat, qts aad pts.
Assorted Clarets, very fine to common,
Liebfranenmilch A Laubenheimcr Rhine Wines.
Small assortment of Hungarian Wines,
BiUors, Alcohol in 1 gal. iem joha.-, 96 per east.
German and Harana Cigars.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar,
Empty Petroleum Barrels for Tallow Containers,
0k Beau for Coasters,
Eu.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
The abore specified Goods, together with a well
assorted Stock now aa hand ex reoeat arrieali, an
offered for sale in quantities to suit the trade.
P Orders from the other Island.' filled at lowest
fought England, France, Turkey and Sar
dinia. Bat nothing has occurred since the
fall of the first Napoleon to test in earnest
the capabilities of the British Empire, and
stupendous as oar own straggle seemed,
it is now known that it did not really task
our resources, which emerged from the
contest unimpaired. Nothing short of a
great war against the South and England
and France combined could have tried oar
ability to the full extent, and then we
should have prohibited the export of cot
ton, gold, silver and breadstuff and pro
visions, and placed upon sea and land
sach war forces as even England and
France could not have beaten.
Talleyrand's idea of the United States,
a giant without bones, has been near the
truth. Not only have we been without a
foreign policy ; but until the civil war
broke out we actually did not know our
own resources, because our domestic policy
was unstable and changeful, our banking
and commerce chaotic, oar currency a
hodge-podge, and the powers and peroga
tives of the Government unknown. But
in th tremendous ordeal of the civil war
the ;;iant began to appear with bones.
The Government assumed a defined char
acter, the nation proved an organic body
with strong vitality and formidable impul
ses and energies, and it grasped and com
manded its resources with all tho ability of
long experience. Perhaps it will do us
good to keep before us so concentrated
and self-sustaining s nation as France, for
though such centralization is neither pos
sible nor desirable here, the republic can
no longer go on without some powerful
element of cohesion and vital force calcu
lated to impart harmonious action aud en
during strength. Tho patriotism of thu
French is a mighty influence. We have
nothing here equal to it, for the South is
discontented and the Northern Demo
crats a source of weakness and trouble.
Hut the spleudor and renown with which
the rule of the Bepublican party has sur
rounded the career of the nation since 18
01 must in time generate a powerful na
tionality in which sectionalism shall be
drowned. France at the present day is
not nearly so rich a country us the United
States, notwithstanding all the parade
that is made about her resources. But
what we can learn from her example we
should always be ready to adopt. In
many respects, however, France can really
teach us nothing that wc ought to adopt,
for we arc a long way ahead of her in va
rious material lines of progress ; and as re
gards her social condition, ours is in every
way preferable. The rewards of life are
greater here than in France, and will al
ways be so.
comfortably berthed in one of the finest
ships in the world, and, from the construc
tion and material of the vessel, as secure
from the awful calamity of fire as may be.
In this respect the superiority of iron over
wood as the material for ship-building
admits of no dispute ; bat we may look at
wooden steamers as things of the past.
About the last thing looked at in a ship
by a gea-going or professional man is the
saloon. But here, a great thoaght has
been displayed. Instead of being placed
right aft, as usual, where the motion of
the vessel is most felt, and tho noise
caused by the rudder and screw is great
est, the main saloon in this ship is placed
in the centre of the vessel's length, is ex
ceedingly well-lighted and ventilated, and
is finished in the best of taste, in a neat
and quiet style, refreshing to the nautical
eye, that objects, on board ship, to the
gorgeous and tawdry decorations too com
mon, as out of place. The saloon has four
rows of tables, an excellent piano, a libra
ry, two fire-places ; and every cabin and
nearly every seat at tablo has an electric
bell for calling the waiters. Indeed, all
through the ship, including tho beautiful
steam-steering gear, the wholo details of
the equipment have been care fit.. v studied
and carried out, and are a credit to the de
signers and builders. We are informed
that the ship was not built under a con
tract, the builders only getting ten per
cent, on tho outlay.
This fine ship is only ono of a similar
class ; another, the Bnttanie, has made a
voyage of which the least day's run was
850 miles. After doing good work in the
Atlantic, the Oceanic comes to our waters
without any flourish of trumpets, and wc
wish her aud her commander and officers
good speed, and shall watch her perform
ances with great interest.
seventy-five thousand tons, the company
dispatches a ship from San Francisco at
noon of every other Saturday, and one
from Hongkong upon alternate Wednes
days. The company's fonrth and last line
is the Shanghae Branch immediately con
necting with the preceding. It compri
ses four wooden side-wheelers of two
thousand five hundred tons each, one of
which leaves Yokohama for Shanghae, by
the way of the inland sea of Japan, aud
calling at Hiogo and Nagasaki, four times
a month. The company's connection with
other lines than its own branches, are aa
follows : At Hongkong with English and
French steamers for the upper ports of
India, and, by tho way of tho Snei Canal,
with the Mediterranean and Atlantic ports
of southern and western Europe. The
New York and San Francisco Lino con
nects at Panama with the Pacific Steam
Navigation Co's lines to all the important
Pacifio porta of South America. At
Aspinwall it connects with the Royal Mail
Steam Packet Co., to Hamburg; with tho
Compaguio Generals Trans-Atlantiquc, to
Mail Ntcamahip Coa
taught to sing, for his voice, though a
cie.ir and strong baritone, shows no signs
of training. He uses nothing but the
chest register, and is sometimes painfully
fiat on the higher notes. lie touches F
with difficulty, and E flat evidently
strains his voice. His manner of gliding
from note to note, and of pushing his
voice upwards to a higher note, is very
objectionable. These arc all faults which
training would remove. We will not
dwell on them, but seek to discover some
lessons which his singing may teach us.
The HetMmrcea of France. England
Description of tile Pioneer Steamship of tit.
Oriental and Occidental Sleanuklp Company.
The Oceanic, the pioneer steamer of the
Oriental and Occidental Steamship Com
pany arrived at San Francisco June 29,
aud was docked at the Pacific Mail Com
pany's wharf. This is the inauguration of
another line of steamers to ran to and
from San Francisco, Hongkong and Yoko
hama, alternately with the steamers of the
Pacific Mail Company, From the Japan
Gazette we take the following description
of the fine vessel :
The first thing that strikes a profes
sional man is the fitness, the immense
strength, aud excellent workmanship all
Cases Hesdseiek's Champagne.
i avssasreal Breads Caatapagne,
-e i. z ana I Mar iijt.
ras 1 ! la
Beat Sewse. Whisker,
Beet Holland Gia.
Baskets Beat Holland Gin. stone jugs,
Cases Beet Old Tom Ota, Cases Assorted Clarets
BEST AMT7RTCAN WHISKIES !
Osrtlsti'. Harcitap aad O.F.C.
Ossssi Best Pa Starry,
Cases Beat OU Pnrl
gaafa Heaaesar'a Pale Braady,
McEwan'8 India Pale Ale,
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Just Received by
AFONG & ACHUCK,
ARK I YEP
From the Baltimore American.
Ex-Secretary McCulloch, in a recently
published letter, asserts that France has
always been the richest of the continental
nations. There are two sides to that
question, and the arguments on each side
are quite formidable. There are several
things that make France appear strong,
perhaps more so relatively than absolutely.
The balances of trade are in her favor.
She is more nearly a self-sustaining nation
than any in Europe. She adheres reso
lutely to a metallic currency, and the
credit system, as carried on in England
and the Uuilcd States, has no existence in
France. Banking on deposits is not prac
ticed there. Consequently, as a resnlt of
these conditions, France has no periodical I 111 '"Jr Part-
and systematic panics and revulsions.
Business is safer, there are fewer bank
ruptcies, wealth is more generally diffused
than in England, and thrift and economv
The resources of the National Govern
ment are now far beyond what they ever
through the vessel Notwithstanding her
great length (440 ft.) her plating outside,
after several years of hard service in the
rough seas of the North Atlantic, does
not show a speck of rust, or the least
signs of working. In most ships all the
requirements of Lloyd's are served by
broad water-way plates on each deck, say
three feet, riveted to the beams. To oar
surprise, we find this vessel fitted with two
solid iron decks, extending the whole
length aud breadth of the vessel, forming
a tie of great strength, and giving to
the ship the rigidity of a solid beam.
And on the emigrant's deck, in place of
the usual concealment of the iron-work,
the latter is simply painted while, the
good honest work being left open for in
spection, and there is no sign of leakage
In addition to these iron
decks, over each one is a stroncr wooden
deck, four inches thick, properly shifted,
and fastened, not by the small bolts com
monly used, but by strong hexagonal
headed bolts with washers, screwed up
with a box spanner. The whole of the
ship has been fitted np with the same re
gard to strength and with the best work-
Prom the Auckland . X. S.) Umld.)
As this company will shortly enter into
relatious with tho Australian colonies, at
a cost thereto of 89,950 per year, our
readers will perhaps feel interested in tho
perusal of the following additional particu
lars of that company's history and resour
ces, to those we have already supplied:
Tho Pacific Mail Steamship Company
owns a fleet of thirty first-class steamships
of wood and irou, with an aggregate car
rying capacity of nearly ono hundred
thousand tons, and constantly traversing
regular routes whose total length nearly
equals tho circumference of the globe, pre
sent an array of naval statistics of which
several highly respectable second-class na
tions might well be proud Among tho
latest additions to its fleet of iron steam
ships the City of Peking and the City of
Tokio, in size, model, strength, and speed
surpass anything yet known in tho mer
chant marine service of tho world. Iron
propellors four hundred and twenty-three
feet long, forty-eight feet wide, having a
registered tonnage of 5000 tons ; passen
ger accommodation for 150 in the cabin
and 1500 in the steerage, are particulars
which convey to any mind familiar with
nautical matters some partial idea of the
positive grandeur of these monarchs of the
seas. In perfectness of proportion, beauty
of model, and strength of construction, the
ship-builder's art has never surpassed,
probably never equaled, theso ocean levia-
, thans, while in the indispensable point of
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WHILE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
Flour cto Bread !
Lime and Cement,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Ferry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works
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Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton
FIREWOOD, of the Best Quality
cat mp It t
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ALL SORTS, SIZES &
BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Yard and on the Wharf!
or West SeafltliB. Tinker !
rpiiK UNPARALLELED Sacceii wtter-
J. erer med places it ahead at all other Liniments,
or any other kind uf Medieia, eeerased for the ear, ot
Sciatica, Chronic or Inflammatory Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Kidney ami .tyi
nal Complaints, Lame Hack, Sore
Throat, Cramps, Toothache,
Sprains and Burns.
were before, and the industry of the na
tion has attained colossal dimensions. ! manship, and reflects the greatest credit
All this has been done in a comparatively j on her builders, Messrs. Harland Js Woolf,
j brief space of time, while the results in j of Belfast ; a comparatively new locale for
j France that excite so much admiration ' ship-building, but in sending forth these
White & Colored Rattan Matting,
matting, Rattan Chairs,
Manila Rope, Peanut Oil,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Pine Tea, Basket Tea,
China Hams, Nankin Cloth,
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorted Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivorv Ware.
Sandal Wood Ware, Lacquered Ware,
-Dina tv are, canvas phoes,
Straw Slippers, Clothes Baskets,
Flower Pots, Wrapping Paper,
Dried Ligee, Dried Dates,
Gold & Silver Jewelry,
Tortoise Shell fc" Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen Ac Ladies Pat y Hate,
China Brick Side-walk Stones
Hi! lat, Wolft a Co's India Fsie Aie, pts
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are the product of centuries. But let us
ask whether the statesmen and financiers
of France, who are so extravagantly eulo
gised now by American writers, really de
serve such praise for having successfully
used the whole resources of the Empire on
60 limited afield as France iuelf, while the
resources of the United States have been
applied to the occupation, improvement,
and development of a field larger than all
Europe, and those of England have been
applied to an Empire such as history af
fords no parallel to.
People were amazed when the civil
war revealed the extraordinary fact that
the Republic was really a rich and pow
erful nation, with exhanstless resources.
But that was because in that struggle
these resources were called into play and
concentrated with an intensity and force
that had been before unknown in the
western world. It is only in such crises
as this that great nations stand before
mankind in all their grandeur. It was so
when England faced the marvelous mili
tary genius of Napoleon ; when Germany
and Italy asserted their independent ex
istencc and nationality; when Russia
excellent steamers of the White Star Line,
one which bids fair to make the Clyde
builders look to their laurels.
By the well-known and old established
firm of Maudlays, London, are admirable
pieces of carefully planned work, and are
speed they easily rival that of the earlier
railway trains. In fact, the terms of the
contract require, and the builders John
Roach Js Sons bind themselves under a
heavy forfeit, that the ships shall make
fifteen miles an hour at sea. This would
give them a daily speed of three hundred
and sixty miles. At this rate the seven
thousand-mile voyage from San Francisco
to Hongkong will occupy less than twenty
days. Besides these ocean monarchs, the
company have contracted with the same
builders for three more first-class iron
screw ships for the Pacific trade, each
of which is to be three hundred and sixty
two feet long, with a carrying capacity of
eight hundred steerage passengers and
three thousand tons of freight The
builders contract that these ships shall be
the fastest in the world, having an aver
age speed of sixteen knots an hour. Two
others, of a different class, are also to be
added to the line. The five ships will
cost over $t,000,000. The company runs
four different lines. The oldest and best
known is the New York and San Francisco
Line, commonly called the Isthmus route.
Four side-wheel and five iron-screw boats,
of over three thousand tons each, consti
tute this line ; a ship leaves New York
every other Saturday and San Francisco
alternate Wednesdays, at noon. The only
way port at which these ships regularly
touch is the Mexican port of Acapulco.
Its Central American and Mexican Line
comprises four iron screws, of two thou
sand tons each, and three side-wheelers.
This line makes regular fortnightly trips
between San Francisco and Panama, call-
on the compound principle. Though the j iog at some twenty Mexican and Central
Oceanic is a stranger in these waters, she
is well known in the severe voyages of
the North Atlantic, and will doubtless
show to the world that the Pacific can bo
crossed in 15 days, instead of the stereo
typed 27 and 30 days, with which we are
too familiar. The voyage to Yokohama
from Hongkong (passing several steamers
on the way) shows an average of 312
miles per day, actual work. San Fran
cisco was reached in 16 days, 10 hours.
The Oceanic has evidently been con
structed to go through the heaviest
weather as, indeed, she has done suc
ccssully having a "turtle-back" fore
castle deck to throw the seas of Having
been fitted for the large emigrant passen
ger traffic from England to America, no
alteration was required for Chinese pas
sengers, and these find themselves at once
Wherever Bishop Soule's Liniment Is known, the
Peopl$ 6scom tfs adtertirt. Its value is estimated
by those who hare nsed it at from ti to f 1,000 per
bottle. The following are a few items which hare
come to as, and are of daily ooeurreaee :
A man borrowed a part of a bottle of Bishop Soule's
Liniment of his neighbor, for immediate use. A few
days after, he bought three large bottles, returned a
full bottle fur the one borrowed, and told his neighbor
that ho would not bewithoutBishopSeole's Liniment
in his house If it ooet (350 per bottle. Another, who
had suffered twelve years from a lame knee, was cured
with Bishop Soule's Liniment, sad said It was worth
$1,000 per bottle. Another, who bad suffered many
years from lameness, so that he could not walk with
out crutches, writes that he is cored by using Bishop
Soule's Liniment, aad says that you eaaaet srew it
ie kigllf. Another, who bad suffered from rheuma
tism four years, and could get no relief, said his friends,
wherever he went, advised him to use Bishop Soule's
Liniment. He had heard it so many limes, that ne
bad got out of patience with them, aad would buy a
bottle, aad try it, but be knew it would not do him
any good ; and whenever any oae ever recommended
it to him again be would tell them he had used it, and
it was no better than anything else. Well, he bought
one bottle ; soon after, two bottles more, lie was
completely cured of his rheumatism, and although be
is not a dealer In medicine, he has bought of us and
sold orry-su douu hotlUt. Another man says : "I
thank Ood, and Bishop Soala's Liniment, that after
fonr years suffering from Sciatica, I am a well man
again." Another, "Bishop Soule's Liniment has not
only saved me from a great deal of suffering, but has
also saved my life. You ought to proclaim it to the
world, and let the people know that you have got
something that will crjaaraaa." PnprUtor "But
the people will not believe It." Area man "Tn
rnorLB will lELieve it they can't help it; but it is
your duly to tell thorn, whether they believe or not."
Another says, "I had tried physieiaas and almost
everything else and could get no relief ; my ease was
pronouneeu incurable, but Bishop Soule's Liniment
was recommended to me. I tried it, aad it completely
cured me. Ton ought to let everybody know what
Bishop Soule's Liniment will do ; it is the best thing
in the world." Another, "I had a very severe attack
of sciatica ; was under my physician's oare for a long
time, without any benefit. I finally asked Dr. ,a
prominent physician, if he ooulJ euro me. Be said
he thought be could. I told him I would put my time
against his ; if he cured me I would give him $500, if
not cured, we were to quit even. He tried it, and
finally gave me up as incurable. I then tried Bishop
Soule's Liniment, and in six weeks was entirely cured.
I want six buttles to give to my friends." Another
"I had a very severe attack of sciatica ; was under
my physician's care for months ; my leg had become
almost useless. My physician finally told me he could
not help me, and advised me to use Bishop Sowle's
Liniment, as he bad heard of remarkable eures by it ;
I tried it, and am completely cured by it. My physi
cian says it is a wonderful medicine.'' Another, "My
wife had been confined to her bed for along time, with
spinal complaint. The physician could net help her.
On, evening a lady friend called to see my wife, aid
said, 'I bar, been just as yoa are; the doctor could
not help me : I then used Bishop Soule's Liniment,
aad it completely eared me.' She sd vised me to try
it. I bought three large bottles, ased nothing else,
and in six weeks my wife was as well as ever."
Another, "I have suffered for years from a lame back ;
h,re worn plasters for a long time. Bishop Sonle's
Liniment was recommended to me ; I used it, and my
back is as strong as erer." Another. "I have been
a great sufferer from neuralgia. Bishop Soule's Lin
imsnt was reeommended to me ; I need it and it eared
me. While I aa writing this, letters have esse ia
fresa Mew York State aad from Maine, speaking in
the highest term of Bishop Soule's Liniment."
The foregoing are daily oeeurrenees, aud a re ia the
words as spoken or written to as. Did space allow,
we might go on without limit, bet will only add :
fS The undersigned AGENTS eaa give referen
ces in this eity, which will satisfy the most skeptical.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c. &c. fcc.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles.
White Pine Boards,
Doors, R. P. lmo., 2mo., & Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLASS,
Wall Paper and Border.
In LeUcv Vsrlsi.
PAINTS, OILS. TURPENTINE, VARNISH,
Paint aad Whitewash Oraskeav,
Saab. Weights S Lias.
Al PUULOASALT.ETC. ETC
GOODS DELIVERED II TOWI FREE Of CHIME,
JT At stay Pert
WILDER dt CO.,
542 3m Comtr fort and Qwn SkrmL
Matting, Matting, Malting !
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
CASTLE & COOKE'S!
if GOOISJEI Ml
STEAMER CY PHRENES !
San Francisco. New York
ConsiHing ia Part of
AMOSK K i. DEM IMS,
Amoskeag Bro. Drills, Aaoeaeag Blae Oniis
Fine and Medi
American way ports ; a ship leaves San
Francisco at noon every other Thursday.
The Great Japan and China Line, which
might properly be called the Americo-Asiatic,
or Great Central Trans-Pacific Line,
embracing a larger arc of the earth's cir
cumference than any regularly established
route has ever before attempted, is that j
upon which this great company seem now
concentrating its chief attention, and
stocking with the largest and finest ships
ever known to the naval or merchant ma
rine service of the world. It has four im
mense iron screws of five thousand tons
each, and four wooden side-wheelers of
nearly equal size, and five iron screws of
five thousand tons each, now in process, of
construction and equipment. From this
fleet of thirteen magnificent steamships,
with an aggregate carrying capacity of
STOCKHOLM PITCH IN BBL8 AKD HP. BBLS.
Wilmington Pitch in bbLl. For sale by
t BOLLBS A CO.
Star Copper Faint,
TJf lill.LOl A5D HALF tJAIXO.1 CAM.
M For Hale by
WOKMLIXE, HOC8BUHS, SEIZING, MAR
LINE, Ae. For isle by
J BOLLE3 A CO.
Oregon Sugar-Cured Earns.
rB SALE BY
BOLLES A CO.
25,000 China Bricks.
WXTKA HUB. WILL LAT ABO I T HO
JCd n! more tasu Caitforala bricfc, received prr bark
Kvlk. and for sal tv
aaar si, 1st a.
BOLLES es 00.
Australian General Atlas.
One Case ot those Superior O. B.
FROM B03T03T. ALSO.
Garden and Plantation Hoee, Me. 1 aa j 1 :
0. & Spadea, Skeveta, Seweeeaad Matte.
Handled Axee, lietehete Skiagiaej aad Aae patten
Bin Knob Leake. Chest aad Padleeks. Ae.
Clothe Pins. Haw Hides, Seek Cord. Sestd Paper,
Bash Cord. Syringe. Meeilage. Here Carte.
Sledge. Champers, Horse .Vail, saw Shoe lak.
T Hiagea-i to U ia.. Tinned Teehe 4 to It ia.
W. W.. Paint, Shoe, Berah aad Finish Brashee,
Self Heat Irons. Mesna's Bleekiwg.
Con -Stared, Whiting. Metallic p,..t.
Bnow White Zlae, KasWra Brooms. Petty.
A large Assortment of Chimney, Ceaasaea, CBapar,
Saa, Perkins A Howe. Ae.
Lanterns. Kerosene Wieks, Ae.
A few dozen of the beat Patent Otaa Preaervtag Jen,
Per Jane A. Faikinburg,
wragoa inea Apple. i , ?
Fresh Salmon. I aad 1 &. da
Also, on hand.
Pari. Eagle sad M. aad Clipper flews,
Cultivators. Hone Hoe. Carnal Barrow.
Can Knires, Seytke ud SsaHh. Ae.
Cat Nail Jd to Md. Cat Spike Jul laeh.
FUee Beaad Square. Flat aad j-Biae I. StelSk.
A LA ROB ASSOBTMBMT OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paiotsi Ok
Ulaaa-Mia. 10x13. 13xl. etc..
A Large Asst. of titer fiis,
For sale by
II. at WHITS BY.
which will be
CASTLE & COOKE.