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Lj, -,l wiiha't-"IM ""HwithMirilealert
t -' F ft itrerl pre"-nltne; a tretie- of am
li t ii iik- ' ,nlrit villi) it usual enrntltHtn even
I ..tel i Mnh) thtaimasHey was tee y en
eia ' ami wine, ti th Fin arrival of the
i i ! atrant-' if ' artentttrti if otjf .entile wan arts-en tip
t i irlr In lJi my-ma fewler!!" f the Hay Tes-setey
w.i full ru.h and tsetttle rnratwqeeflt urrtl th arrival
t Ihe nvji ' Srit'O li" H Freecr-e, end He
parlure for the ttlonfets a also lire aalHrnr
mit MFimrrr fr the trrrl Item's, fin Wwlm fay
tin. f ltrf lefl for .n f rmcivfl wh a 1
fr. whl ami lmwfT Iter, arid fallowed ly tti!
l rr,ithn Iner-day, with full nrratrof Weiwl
i r -In- f
I addition to the ttiipptne; nsos-eTWent. repnrteel, If
1 nn, ipal event. 4 IhF week hat-e ben the aal by awe
liter on flfaday of the lung ettaltlliriert haVy butt
i --a nnd prrmaaea of lee BrortieTt, Ht Mitred
Mr R lit l.e fur Itw anm of Jav. son. live fel
li wi. geta at Ahmlarri Hal', Mr J O Clrr,t
I.I ,i . lion lb half intrraal . I) Owning
t K m tin Hrrwar A ( rownrncrmFK plemMion and
- k rar I i i ii above the amoaim of the rmiKee of
$4 - Hi" ,tie,te property hroaafht tr,iw, Mr II
K I-1.- k thF ptirehaFr lie Wl for Ihe teene of
1 i ' n" t I y Ihe fmtttm the net I day
In , ! ir imr lat, aa was amtrlpaleri, has been
l,e t ' at'rtrtum tm Ihe jtrl, the .iffjr I ttmrmn on
n 4! mi the aetaal assorted targora from the ertast,
Hie Ut. fr.m Cortland, en route for llevMkana;,
. 1 Die ,, Ire on the tslh, wrth coal from New
t lie Hr ir of VrirWF ret Ihe aeelt, frem Han I ran-
tli me too lont only lor Ihia rt One aWp.
jlil t I irwa ahn ihe arrlrah of A few of the terraren
t ut f r ihnr rrnliinf frimmla.
I i eiirU we wimM merrtton the targe ami eatuaUe
t ' f J uiirlir piodnre laVen by Ihe Sun tm the
j i l , valued a $!4i,e4. l"he Murray look away
.i ark valued al Jd.omit, and the Sttritl aliotil
Ihe am ani ninl
In lb r nvilrig learner owrrr Afakft Mating already
i learcd $i jii, Ihia eomlea a aafe Inretlmetil for a.rme
In bmlnerf changea we nula ihe witlntrawalof Mr t.
J I-evey from the firm of I S Prall ft Co.
Adtxet from the coaM report the floating of thai
iortlon f ihe IwoMillron Hawaiian lioant enlnivted
to TherilMlil H Lp.f f San rranttaii to be nd raiy
rnaller, ihere liemg no laltera yet
U a give herewith Mir uual monllily commercial let
ler hl(.h will he ftninilfiitl of interest
not anffer tlie a nf n th- .tale are g -( wing
I i Ihe early ram an I earl auwn grain l improving
Ihe money marVrl ' mtimre In an eay romlition.
local indutrie are pr wprroiM an! Ihe oathjek fr the
nrnnmg year eneedingty WgM Ihe approaching
holidaTi pr"tnl I draw onl the eapendrtureef a great
ileal of money among enrr retail trader.
.1 relerrl tit I'nrt nf Honolulu.
Itltfttlela, arh , Crane, frwm reMeVata
IlnrVaJ, whr . from Waaahaa
Ijtrhlie, atm., King, from 1 1 iky
..nta, aeh , from Korwt.
KekanhtoM, ath.fron. Ilanalei..
I July lmpjo, llrrt rA , Marion, from S K
Madfava, Ih-h S S IVradVy, from Vrorta
loch le, lint hVtne., JenVim, from New-
cwwle. M S W
f'mma, tali., from avarUbe . . .
laW. arh , from KohoUMe
Uhy of Sydney, I' M , Irearhnm, from
Uatani, Mm . Ilalea, from Kia and Kan
(teFtraa, ach , from Kaiaal
Sa flreere, Am wh bk .from 1m FnancMrn.
lamea MaVee, aim , McOrmaM, frrnn Kawrt
Waiehn, ach., from Mololal
Ualmanaki, Mm , Nalaon, from Walnmnaw
aimam, ach , from Kaokra
John llowland. Am wh. M., (iream. fm S f
iliA.ilil, Mm, Mrdrrgor, from KiwBw
Fr'tn Sin Trxnriv ., prr a-mlH p e, l l
T R Fmtr A t o, i i tv on, i j . nut u P
(MccrtM al.elA fyptttrtTt, I', nVrm
mtf, 19 Nt Awl, It pV (n-jcerir, nj Imtn'
., .I ttr4t . trt i rnih-nc t r butter, lit skA
brn, to H fl Mir. k meaJ, I r llclr OiUinhm
ft ((Lit pkm hiMarf, I c plated rf. Ilvman
flrrw, 3 pAR mnrf) rfry gomK 4J k rt " S
pbs rtrMn btwri ftj tV JfflcttlM. ifonk bran. 97
jviff imt fiDreri- HiMipp t to, 1 . Irpe, f phc r
niiitrc, 4 pig rPr Fit '"" T e ono( anH in,
II j Nolle. 9 ff( Htrt and tobacco, 1 hx wwnw,
WJI Wiltilmon, 1 r dry tanA, 1 t (tmcerlw:
Matafntn, 9n t hoeh.d forrrfttire, 1 bx tano. Oo
V eK if ttVftm farmtore, pVe ihairj J Wiffiama A
r WiFn fmli. I Stetn. 1 t.keatm material.
S J Utey . Ci. 5 a eandjr, ijn pVf a ffmeertw.
tm t4rn art nmcrrie I lorn A t , 1 1 1 fnttiftiir,
I. Adltf, is r toii and tofn, L Oettf, m c bont
kjwl Jww. I II I vncti. c twxw-i ami wwi, 11 r
KMen A Co, j r dry piw4. J Simmon, 6 bbfc vttw
our, 10 -It atoe, 1 k oniont, 5 b imIi J
Kobctiifi i.U,ici rvrmt and tfamr. ift P(t -tbuety;
IVrown, HtllfiiM . lo. t r-. piumHnc
tan, T O I"hmm, t looV, s n rtatlowry. 3 e;
U4tr trtB. 1 rt Wiir. I . tl bdh WW', K
.Mom k La, S ! rifl. I J MowmaflL 13 mi
MMamaft. 11 ti
crVfr; Mclatiin litoa, t8ebwllt., r J IINntna, 5
pap caul;, iwoi w,
L.Ui lUwwaavw Ac C .. la-n rtt Bin. A 1
fMlaM Jk Co. I oa wbhtcy; 11 Wfgi md lo .Wra and
k thine firm- .T-ler, i
-k trn 6 V
i .11. UL IL 11. f . aWulu
iirOOHItKa .ltn. I" ! a JlJnw, " '"'TJ '
I'MSSi (ty m nyiffty( I rrwn., iw ayuney
Ukshbc. mm., KU(f, fe IltUh. ..s. ...
L. U IttKetof Mm , Cameron, for Kauai
rStMIMA I1CHI, Mm (Jtn ! i.aim.1.1. "
lmiA, tm , U.ffnren, for MokAal ami 11 ana .
l-mma, tk, (of Waianap
Motiolt., Mm, McCrevpr for KnoUu
MmLai, aeK, tor WaWtu.
V allele, mh, for Ul.ko.
I) t Murray, Ik, JenVa, for San tiMctoa .
Waimanalo, Mm., NeUm, for WainwnI
MaleaVaU, rh . I 'ran, for I'eteekM
I.ukft, h,(fof ormkAA - .
I ! itrerkeU, Am. Imtne , JnKfor .S r
IwaUn,, um. lUin.for MmIjw, Kona A. kau
ll(i, wh .for liana, .Maui
kekfliiliK.1.1, ith.) ff HatuM
J. Makce, Mm , MclotMtI, for KaUAt.
V-m Anrllwrtrl tafwt Vvdnr. tf AllVtnill. I )C t-
A CWfthorn A (', a m drfty, B ti confrciionety,
A M MrtlH, i c ilrapery. F I lnhiin A Co, 38 t In
Wandv. J w HH-rtm A l'o, II Matlonenr, 1I0I
Hmt k I a tLn ilrutn. V KUhardaon A Co.
"."" r- - j r .r - a .
mde, J I Moaanuin, it i rroratrry, 1 a
.ii einnrw, twiiri,
aimer A t .. 4 ptin dnta.
f'rmmrfm mnr tit I'nrt
NiNini . . .
Cuai a Srttri;Mci., Cutiun
JpnnIR Waikkr, Unlerwuid
lDV I.AMMH-.1, MarMon .
San FaAHtiMo, December 16. Maltert eonnectep
ith itic treaty ami ihe ugar IntereM, at it U Involved
In the ronditlofM oftliat treaty, have filleil considerable
iiare In the newtmpert l.iely. 'Ifcc lntentewer ha
pen cm the iath of a i.timter of prominent Hland till
en,aml the view obtained and pnl tithed have he!j-fd
to create puhlM aenttment in favor rif the treaty Mr
William Irwin ha giten U view to a Chicago re
I otter, Hon II AT. t itcr la enlightened the
IfTcHfT (oton, while Colonel C II Judd hna tpoWrn
to the New York public In nepaer Interview, eiv
Intc many Matittlc catctiUted to itrenjtthen the feehnS
In favor bf free angar from Hawaii and rrtlfirocity
" Ilia commlwioner of internal revenue recommend.
In M. recent report, the removal of all dutlea on iitar
lite revenue nt reent derived from Migar imjKrtt I
mImiu $4,nou,orTa )rar Ihe country consume an
niully not IeA than a.offjiw.ffa-i piittnda of u;ar.
Now. while 1I14 proiluetian of auyw In thu country Ita
Wen ttimuUted b dutiet which have gone to planter,
etjual to from $4,01,010 lo tnoioii ear, the actual
roiliictlon of auftar at home ha not increased the Uit
IWretary ttA&tr, in hi recent rcjiott, tmicliet the
sugar Interest t thi way
"It aitear that the linfest amount dertvetl from
any cUm. of product uiitjrr the cuitom tariif U that of
auar Suirar i a rieceiur) of life for all clawe in thu
rountr) 1 he average duty mi it i etul to cent
ir pound, and lonearl) 53 Vi per cent i. xthrtm
J?ie amount of cane wigar prodmed in thi country it
estimated nt n er cent of the whole quantity con
stinted, and it , oiarrnt that nearly the whole amuunt
01 irrrrme rrom tni aource 1 pan tiytne consumer,
loOcit Lrk, JenUna
. Am ach
. tint. Uc
. Am. I.V
.Hut. S S
. Am bktne
itnew, a c
wihn, ft pkH rndae
in tranaii tor an rrancico, a.oj p"n iwim, aim 1
l.n..i UL-ta a.lalaar1 aaara fte.
in.m. a... W-. -.. -. - ,. - - ,
r rem Han t ranctcn, per '" Lonwe, 1 ec 10 1 1
Hkfe4d ft ( o. t tvk tlrv ood, ti fnmiiHrc,
HfMir, t irwin to, $a pg rocene, 10
U L llmtr. U ( t Irwin A Lo. tl frfctf l
ca valne, t r whUky, 1 ca ricarrlte. 1 -ihT MeI wire
rone, ti ia amcetW irabont. W hay, -81 W
bar lev. 8 tkar arroten, o lW Hi
IrrajC V Wolf
, 1 ha tlrei
too k limn, i U-ftka flmtr, 30 tka
potatoe ioViorn, 1 iM rMtmeal, 4" " nay; r
loler. jrtimlw, ihco II llavieA A Co, 31 ftkarral,
am l Utley, y ca me... inn ' k flmir, II W
hmMt, c fiirnitnre, J M Oat, Jr. A Co, 1 r loka,
1 pkg simple, HtrlliMer A Co, t ca almanaca, tn
ahowense, 1 caeitrart, 1 k gnm, 1 c machinery, it
Vir furniture, i- 1 ienenan v o, o pan wrmay, i
tore, t c piano, 4 c mffirn. 5 Vr furniture; Wilder
ft 1:0. 1.011 uiii hhine ea: lisman nro. 1? rKcur
mis, ii V Mac far lane A Co, iw Ibl lime, lor ka
bean. 1 tank ffasohne: II Nettrr. 1 1teftklne carts; W
II Holme. 13a pkjj flrotene, 16 Jikgi furniture, 3 ca
gum 3 ca Move 50 nk anlt, 90 ca imota nnu Mie, 1 ca
V;errr frm 'r-lfi I'ort,
IU-ston, Anulk Amv TtRNra . Newell
Due Jan. 23 jnw C. Mrewer Co , flgtt.
ICrrufK, tier. bk. C. K. Iliaimr . . .Walter
Due Fekao-i. II. Ilackfeld A Co.. act
CiUMtonw, lint AhtpAniHAMAN.,,. Cfa.pnan
Uiie Jan. Maeianwe k lo., ngi.
Livranxit, lint, hk, 1iuk.k . . iktoslawLi
Due Jan. 20-13 T II Haviea A C., apts.
Nkw ot Am. bktne. Kiinon Vkknon llumplire)
South Ska I., I
aerimuly lo atTect the price. Ihe proem of industry
In the tiroductioii of ugir from torgfium and the beet
N hot forgotten, iticninted to consideration. It It
tielieved, twwever, that a atitrManilal reduction of the
duty upon sugar may be made without injustice to the
iroducrrt of it In thi countr) ."
rreahlcnt Arthur in hia late message to Congrea re
c tin mend the continuance of the treaty with tome
modification which may 1 neceary
Th lioard of Trade of New Yoik urge upon Con.
gres among other thioc "that the Hawaiian treaty t
tlivcontlnueil nt the e pi rat ton or the term."
A Urge incetincHAS held in New Vork DcccmUr
14th, to InsiM on a reduction In the UnlT on augar to
one cent on Ml tirade, IIeatloiu r presenting the
augar Importing and rtfiningj IntereMt of ltoMon, New
York and Philadelphia met tn Washington on Friday,
the ,th inMani, lourge upon the foreign a (Tain cum
tntttre. of tho House, and the foreign reUtlont commit
tea of the Srrmtc the al-mgAtion of the treaty A an
Illustration of the Mjle of argument used to create a
prejudice against the treaty 1 giv the following tele
Craihtc item to the Rkllttin
"1 he F-aitern augar men My that tiiortly after the
rauncaiHnoi int treaij, wnicn ine l'acitic Mpe peo
ple thought w Mild tovc of itnmenit value lo that nee
!!", CUua ispreckel, the millionaire sugar dealer of
Ain rraitctsco, aopureii, tiy purchase and rental, abso
lute control of the augar product of the Sandwich
ItUnJ, nm! he It now virtuil dictator of the govern
ment of Hawaii llj the empIoment of ChineM tabor,
wiikii 11 cumitct man wa aiAve iauur in ine noutn lc
fore the War. h lia lilxd mmnrliliiui tmn.Maitl
Spnxkcls it ta taid, a driven out of the bunnctt
everj refiner In San 1 rancivco. And enjo- a almolute
niwiotHxy at ititrt u in the kingdom oi Kalakaiu,
Castle k CoAe. ant.
aw. ach. Julia.
r AHHIM. TiANn, Am l-gtrte. W H,
Due. Hrcer& Co., Agents.
HtMitOLUT. Am. tern Kva
Due lowers, uooke, agent.
LiVKitrtx)!, lint ahip Janrt Coibt Jackaon
Due April 1-3. U W MacfarUne A Co, Agent
I'okt IlLAKfLV, Am. bktne. Amklia . Newliall
Due lec 35 30. Allen & Robinson, ogls.
Fhkt llikri., Am. tern D-vkota Wendt
Due Dec y. Allen ft Ko1rtson, agt.
Ixvaiiing Nov. 15 Ilackfeld A Co., Agents.
HoNr.kosr., lint .S. S. C. V. Hook. -
I hie Dee. at-KV Ilackfeld ft Co.. A cent.
.San Franchco, Am. lgtne. W. (. IkwtK Turner
Jin Ian. t.tn. W. (S. Irwin.v Co.. acts.
San Fkancisoi, Haw. bk. Kalakaua... Miller
I ue Jan. 5 10. F. A Sthaefer A. Co., hgts.
San Franliscu, Am. bktne. Ft L.
Due Jan. 10-13. C. Hrewer R. Co., agls.
Svtmriv, p m a. a. Cirvor Nw Vork
JiueJaiLii II. iiackteiJci sx, agts.
San Francisci. p m , a. Athtklia
Due Ian. to. II IlukfeW Co., agts.
San FitANctKu. o... Situ.
Due Jan 17. m ti Irwin A- Co, Agents ,
I.tvKitronL, Mnt. sJiip On snrRViti . . .
Ijiailini? Nov. in. I II Davie A Co.. Asenta.
Nanaimo, Am, bk FnkKUT OtnrN ,anaimo
r'nr liana. Due Ian. :.
Port Gamplf, Am. tern M. U Smith. .Johnson
line Ian. m.ii. Ilackfeld A Co.. ant.
San Fkancivo. bktne. J. A. FALkiNBiisu (KKxlman
line Ian. iri( Caitle R. COuke. afft.
I'DKT CrASIPIF, Am. bk. l.MFBALI). IxipJ
Due Jan. JO-J5- HackfctdTic Co., agts.
knits nnd sluie. 1 c
niMr elntlnnir likes woculnsarc. 10 c ilrygOfNl,
e it n 1 17. e iiir. 80 ( fckft flour. l C ronl oil. II 1
leiethone? Co. o ike mdse. M .Icinemv. 4 a lxt:
K lIoffsthleaKei A Vo, 13 mils,; C O l-erger. 16
lank najMliA and gasoline; John Nott, las pkg
stove ami ban! ware; Allen A Kobmson, lyvm
shingle, S II Stoddard, 6; pkg aM mdse; 3 I kg
mIe to ami re,
Irom San 1 ranclsco, per Cailnrien, Dec 3 It J
As-new. 9uti Iiatitoat. 101 lia e lil. l wan i t-a
tie A Cooke, 11 bg feed, 8 pkg butter, 6 pkg pow
iter, ii UIU hlngler I i Vg ; MtChesney A Son, 633
.ism grocetiea ami leeu ; may 1.0, 071 "our, k
ikslaean. ion ski notatoe. Ut k coffee. 1J4 vVa
upr, 15 pke jwrk, 33 lard, oun pkg feetl, 72 (kg
loklng powtfer. 40 pigs starch, 117 tin crackers, t est.
hams, ao ca onions, 44 pkg meal, Ilackfeld A Co, 90
k mindling, ohxsO0i,J Nott,3tove( 1 U1I liots.
Davie A Co, toMtsi-ean, 1 i-ii tannery, tu Mil
salmon, it kit mackerel, 14 c Ieef, 10 keg butter, 10
bMs pwk, 3 ca tncon, l Ml him, 9 c citecse, 3 utl
lieef. fwer A Coi.k. 910 floors, tl like wlmlou. a bx
seeds, 9 pkg blinds, 3 ba hardwa-e, 309 pes cedtr
lundier, Toj't shirigle, 4 bs glue, 3 c taints, aoc
lead, 7 pkg upcr, 3 pkg mouldings ; W Ilder A Co, 4S
Sk k am mm
. :gaM InnI
doors, 11 pkg window and blimls, 185 pkgassthtrd
l groceiics, bit ( sk nour, 310 ptt
1 c cigar
rd, 9 J iiki
t. itkiE: (tAshiev.i
pkgs driving cart ; laOvejoy ft Co, aocs wine, 5M uul
re ami groceiics, 60 ( sk llour, 316
re and groceries, 1 15 leg lead, 1 c ci
o, 370 l( sk flour, ayj sk fcetl, 9a
2 tLtr c met tie.
j bbl whiskey, as c whiske), l pkg; (, Ash lev,
hiskey : W I footer, aocs ammonia; A Herbert, (us
nkg at feed ; HoffschleAger A Co, 8 ca dry gocnU;
l'arce A Co, 13 bale duck ; Imti A Co, 140 pkg sal
mon, Ilvman Itro, aa pkg dry good, ta pkgtolutc
co! Grimuium .t Co. tao sk llour, 10 i bbl lrk,
tj kits butler, 3 M bbl lard, 1 ca extaact, acacast
powder, icTca boots and shoes. 1 ca dry goods, 1 cs cig
arette, aper, a ca ruuir goou, 1 trunk,
Dillingham A Co.
, a pkg ; K More, 4
asst tik it lor lii nese 11
UIU .i.il ( l.in-,31
San Francico Armd, Dfc to. Am Wc Iluena VUla,
licnce Nov 17; lcll, NlobU Rcmijio, hence Nov
11; l)rc 14, llaw t,V KaUVatia, Mlllr,hence Nov a,;
iJec i4,Amlktn J. A. ralMnburR, fori., Nov 15;
Dec 15, U S S Alla, IklLnap, hence Nov aS; Dec
is, Am lictna W r Irwin,Turuer, hence Nov ao; Dec
16, Am lime l.lla, Hrown, hence Nov 25; lec 17,
Am liktncWH Dimon, Houtllett, uiUja from Ka
I ureka -Arrived, Dec 16, Am lem Joseph Hum,
hence Nov all.
PrrcLcU 1 HOW InvaJini; Ihe marLriatif lh I-a if ul
n no duly on tufar. Irtaicht from Hawaii, and, alo,
11 i averrrt, brinLiiic Into lb. anintrya Lire, quantity
of aucar iro,lucrtl in C hina and landed at Honolulu,
duty lrc Sivcclelt ia now allemtaini; 10 oiien a
market for liu arta in New Vork. Two rareoea of
Ida mgari have been hruusht arounl the Horn and
landed in New Vork, and two inner canfoea are en
route The t-Atlrrn hiigar men .til nrjj. on Cunerca.
alau l)i rcdnition of Ilia prtnent dulica on augar,"
The lla.auan augar caae, olucli oaa apeaed 10
Secrrtar) K ulcer, lu at laal Uen decided. Ilia (Am
I'letof lujiu were autnullnl to the collector cf Ilia
port, and tb tealimony of A humlwr of our jobber wa
obtaitted tier, by Curtaul Severance ami a very clear
t aw made, which brought uut tht fullo.lnit letter from
!ecrrUry Kolger ad lrcaal to the collector of malum.
at New York.
"IhavecunaldereJ the ap,wal of Whaljen, Tael Jk
Co. from Tjr aaaewment of duty on rertam ugar im.
ported by them from lit Hawaiian lilanda." After re
citins their IWOtttt. lb. Srif nrv at 'If.. ,,.,..
t, 1 RwaraiHeea free importation into the rt of
ana a nneu oiaic. 01 muacatadi tav.n and all other
uniefined auxart, meaning theteby trade, of ucu
Iteretufure . commonly liuported from the Hawaiian
UUii.ll and Laid do.tl In the, nuilcta of ban raivclaco
and IVllalkl at the dm. Ih. Ir.iv &. i4u.l a.,,i.
wkh laland augar aamplea wf imiortata,Mi )uv. been
ubniilted trt ofTicrra of cultom. of San t ranctaco and
lirtUnd, who declaml it to U tin gnu), of augar
? 1 a e""""0" lmp"rted from lli Hawaiian
lalandt into Una. utta ioe 10 th. .d4ionof the
treaty, 111. kugar i. unrefined and al manufactured
by the vacuum pan pneeaa and ia of inula a high grade.
Auuuiins that th. irueslkw involied ia on. of fad, llx
weight 1 ctideua. tuhiniltej U in fame of tht apiwb
Unla,lilcii augarl having beea iuiportKl from the Ha
waiian laluidk.Uith laiot and .inc. llteukiikMicif
lb. truly, in large quauliliea. Ilia apwal It auatainod
and u ara directed to reli,uidatt the entry fee dul."
A Waatunjilon divatch ujt llial at a meeting of the
foreign aJTau, commit tea held on the ijtli it wa de
cided la taV. a final volt tin the roioulioa ta abrogal.
lU llawaiun treaty at the dial meeting of the couimll.
let Injauuar) Th. curamiltee alao agreed rut tora
ctln any futllirr oral artuinenla on the tubject. A
delegatWq repteaeulint Ira united augM IntrrsJaof
h'e YoeV, l-klUalalpli'u and lUwtow arrive.l here to-
.lay, and ate wurkiitg hie beaven with tha mcuibera ut"
the couuumee o induce theu lo rvurt favurally Wl a
oiu li aucuaial. in. treaty. Th. rawumtle. lavdar
tvrdFied that letter, U .cut to the aectelary of ua.
and the, aecitury uf the tntMury .ding thcu: ,(,, ,
tome pivpttetr of aUvgalmg thu treat) It U c
led that teJte from theia omceia will afford th.
cooiiaitlee .bundant meana of determining the Im.
lurunceof the treaty Is ll.ia omntty ram a J.lical
M.tU.aacoinaaercial uaudfuuit. It u Uheaed thai
llMlaMMarrof Male .lliopp. ta. abrogatioa 0 th.
treaty on th. (round thai it, lmcal bitanlagei mora
tlun touuierbalaiKe. any Iom in a cuanaaenul aenaa de
ti'eJ from a fieedoui c lui)urtalio of I lata aitan kugU)
eaiwaially in vUw of il.e fait that the hna of th. Snd.
wtill laland. a. a lux of Mipplne for the Ametican
uay In k ttenl of . foreign war wvuld be aev.tely
fell, anal that (.real Ilritain aand. ready lit ugotial, a
treaty with th. HaaalU. iMteriurtaal at aoonulhit
governinuat aeogattt th pteartl treaty
TU ataanter guiag he,n- tarday will tale doq a
largt number a tetorrdng lalandetv TV. King-,
chaatbuUK t. II, JudJ, take, uut Ihe crowu, acejeF.
rvUt, c., fof KalaVaw. IVy an aiekai aT.et
thot vt Ku.aU, aaal lit, cio.u to U w ly tha K.!ltg
Itlirg.t IhjuillulefhU.jntutt. I1aey ae ueaily oval,
and ea la oruaairiited wuhairaMa u th. ai let)
liantly MudJ.d w-illl daaan.U Tha I lata .kaalte..
(inle the bead are of aolid gold inlaid witb daaaaoada
and other prtcMui uonea, aivd oa tuber aid. an (oU
l.a Lcatev The Klng'a Kt4tl k Coa.iuaed ef aijver
Wai4 with guU TS nt) al lvUt ate uiAr, .,ih
eiwne Hurdrr It wal funitJaeal by llaMuu fauv,
Coawul inniaxi U KeMBtj op a tarl) lo (ta aV)Ta floe
.t . H.uiaar 1. jauuary ijm w attcM ta umv
ualWaMnaaMnaea. Aown iIwm cuot(ig lh party
-V 1.UW. aa 1 laatOKk) it PI. KlUaMrtoral, II 0, W
T CoWman, Jo, Kt.W, Un. Adam l.aaut,
Uiui a.J Mra. WA Mm. Tawla, Mr, Cig
OuaVer, Ilea. llo.a,dCuk, and aaii.) ,.
p U ta iawtaai then . rrJuolon J, U tta.
I'M uf l.laned war, Tlr.AaanWw. lattMr)', ,..
T ? !U " -uirVrt pee uej M
lite Ilrilidt ateamihip Madrat tails for I longlcong
tonla) at a F m,
'Ilie Omsuela nt the etplanade it aboit full, nnd will
probabl) kail rtvtlay for San I ranciMro.
The llrttivh khtp Janet Court, Jackaon, tailed from
Uaeriool Noaemlter aBih for tint tort.
Canlain Goodman comet down in the I. A. Falkin.
burg at matter, vic.Ca tain rorbea reaigticd.
The. American barkentme Ditcoverr it nearly loaded
and will anil for San Franctaco on Monday neat.
Cagttain Hawct of the Nicaragua lurk Remijio,
hence for San Franctaoo, died at tea December itt.
'Hie ltatleiitine Klikitat it at the foot of Fort tt reel
diuhargtng lutnlier. lHtrt Surtc)ur Morrill teired 30
lont 01 ojttunl oil ner on at eonetaiay last
The American tchooner CTaut Snrcckelt lutcom
1 pleted retain and it now at Hie eaplaiude loading fur
ItKlulmtiu, to tail ine latter part 01 nett week.
lka Untiah hark I.ulv Lampion arrived on Sundat
Utt front San Franciaco. She la ditcharglng at Hrewer
tt Cu.'. taliarf,aitd will return to Sau Iranciaco in
Tlie Spreckelt Brothers' new jacht liat been named
lairluic. lit firtf thinz Ated fur her it an ocean race
ta Honolulu neat teaaun with the new )acht nuw buitil.
lug for Mr, lcvit,nnd probably the Aggie at a third.
It will I,, a fine tnja. Alt.
'lliaaiLrmine V 11 Dimond complete.! one of the
from lloiHilulu In todaytand to hour. l.i.
The America! IxaikCatbLtnenarriaed from San Fran
ciacu laat Salunlav with an atturted cargo of mcrchan
dlae whiih th it aliacharging at the oMCuatom.h0ule
wtaarf. She repoitt light wind, the entire pataagc; wat
In ctniAny .uh the wltahng Lark Amotda 14 da)t.
A tlairment lut been cotm; the ruundt that the lint.
ith ttramer Shandon la going on the Honolulu route,
to run in connection with th. Suee, Such it not the
cate, at th Suef w ill he the only Uiat to run tin the
route Until the two new onct now UiUJiug by the
cram-., we ivauttMieu. Ilftl,
kir ! Iine
Morrill, a ct clircl; Kobt
pkgt ; Order, 56,u wickt,
.u. gn.t ,uiij ii,,.j,,, a.,. ,
', y 1U.1 aM"IK., . 1'i.K l".,,t.ct
ca mcrcliandiae i 1, Hrewer fc Co, aw tkt Itattey, 175
ltalet hay, yt tkt 1-ran, 100 tkt o,it, 37 tkt feed, 50 the
naila, orytt Vr old rope, 146 bblltalmon, 1 lie taltet, I ct
copper, 48,1 tkt flour, 1 ct lroott ami thoet, 430 bet bone
meal, 14 tkt baric), 5 cs oil, t; bbla vrk, no akt Larle),
3 kgl butter, 4 ct lierf, t ca blawn, 38 tka ltean, 1 cs
hams, 1176 1 lonc meal, 144 t kEt iron ripr, ,5 bnles
hay, 93 bhlt lime, 3 bl,U lard oil, 1 pkg Iwlting, 1 pet
pipe, 5 Inllt pipe, 3 MU iron, 39 lar iron, 9 cs lurd
ware. 9 cs fittim.. 69 lalles hat. f Tike liuokt. 9 rtkirt
lacking, f liar tlcek 99 thlp kneea; M Mclncmy, t ca
ruoner coout, 1 cs tnint ; iraaiet a. aj, 50 ptgt grocc
net ; May A. Co, 3 bales tapar liaga J j Notl, 67 pkgt
stoves and hollow ware : IW Kawhns. 108 tikes boa
ahonkt ; I. W, (Iray, it pkgt rutin , G Waller, 75 hales
ha), 18 tks grain ! I, 1 olfe, tao pkgt hay and grain.
leoct breail, 1 ctk nam, 90 tkt potatoet, 3 btt oniont.
94 I'kgt groceries ; il)man Hros, 50 bgt grain, 80 W
tkt llour, 45 pkgt groceales, 43 pkgt attt dry gomls
halt buott nnd thoet ; ImnJk Co, 100 cs crackers, 93
bblt arttmon; C M l-Sde, 94 pkgt groceries, 1 coil rope,
1 lent nnd l-olet, 9 pkgt furniture, (, West, 950 !ars
iron, to UIU iron, lIofTachlenger k Co, 8 cs ritbttrr
toodt ; (trintiaum K Co, 3 cskt cllret, 38 pkgt grace
net ; I lackfeld .k Co, 7 cs cigsit ; I C Advertiser, 1 A
More, llislion and Laa, H 1 lwis, 1 pkg each : V. 1
L .., i . t.. a.'.ii
.auanis, 130 c. Kntaxricn, . I'.g tiiuiir a;uuti-a, ,1 .nice
Sugar Co, 10 Mis salmon; 1 fall Ac Son, 36 pkgt powder;
Clegltorn ft Co, 5 pkgs dry goods, 95 cs milk, t Its
aam,Ies; .Mclnt)Te fa. Co, 6C0 pkgs attt groceries;
Lstale of Iack. ta tewing machtnet, I ca oil ttotet, 6
pigs groceries 00 akt iiotatoet; Phillips it Co, 109
pkgt gnicerlet, fo tkt (Mitaioes ; .Mci.nesnet a non, 90
libit salmon: C 11 U illiams. ion pkgt furniture, at tkt
oatt ; J O Carter, 3 pkgt ; Onicrt, 5,500 bnckt ; Chi
neae limit, 1,193 pkgs tnerclianuite.
Irom Port loHtisend, per American baikenline
Klikitat, Cutter master II Ilackfeld ti Co, 504,840
A rough pine, 110,940 dressed pine, 83,10 shingles.
tug the nsMtril Ij I iRUln-r in T clituiry, is, that
tl ohould lie as a rcuiml tu I lie sptntlthrili
.-isscmbtj lli.tl had lxen no lil-crnl tn Itt ttona
Imm to llic rnjil purse anl ttate, ami other
wise to the support of ro)aliy and rtiy.11 uliims
anil foolery. The representatnes had made a
desperate effort a't their last session to over
ride the constitution and la s of the country to
olitatn an addition to their pay, hut failed, tn
reinemhrance, hoecr, of their liberality to
ward the Pahce and the I'alacc vuly, and to
soothe them in their disappointment they uere
promised another w-sslon, at which It would
Ihen lie legal lo draw their imy as lately in-
ctenseil. J (sit tiinch.-iln( lirottrjhl forth phases
in the political drama not then antlcliatctl, a
qtumlr) has liecn inducetl, wherein It Il a
mailer of no little difficulty lo decide upon a
line of action mutually agreeable to Ihe Ktnr
and his ministers.
The promise hn lieen mndct hut It is nolh
ln for such a tivrrnment as we now lnc to
break faith in such matters. It Is not this tlml
trouble them; the tpiestion with them Is aim
Kcther more nioincnttms. Should the t-ep-Ula-
ture lie attembletl it might be the means of
minting the mlnistr). If not, how arc the ex
itcnses of the coromtion to lie met? On Ihe
insignia and -.nraplicrnalia deslgnnt for the
tnent atone, we ate picn lo understand that
more than $!(o,ooo has already been sjienl,
or pledged, whereas but $ I (1,000 were appro
priated for the purpose. Now If tills amount
nf .expense has already been incurred, how
-astly insignifiennt will such an amount lie In
the total csientlituic in prmjicct, when wc
consider Ihe intcitainnicnt of tlistiiigtilshcd
guests; the banquets lo be gUcn; the mwtler
to lie wasted in pjrotcchnic tlispl.-i)s ami bil
tcry salutes j and the general festhities which
are Intended In lie unceasing throughout a
fortnight of lime. How these expenses arc tn
lie met U certainly a question worthy of con
idcr.ition either they must be Mopped, or
postponed, or met by credit (if the gosctn
ment can get it). According to law no appro
priations can bo transferred ; and, by the way,
the $2,000,000 loan has not been taken up,
and if it had been it was still otcd for other
specific objects, and therefore cannot be legally
used to liquidate the expenses of a coronation.
Under such circumstances, truly, it Is no
wonder that the King rivni like to have the
Ixvishlure assembled; and it is no wonder to
us that the ministry rwW Hot. The ministry,
howccr, wc bclicsc hue the strongest liile of
the argument, Inasmuch as no "great cmcr
gene) " exists, as Is contemplated by Section
2S of the constitution of tSG(, and to call Ihe
Legislature together on any such pretence
would be a llagrant iolatton ol a sacred com
pact between the King anil people unprccc.
dented in the annals of this kingdom. No re.
fincment of reasoning can so construe the pres
ent dilemma as to make it a "great emer
gency," for that which can be postponed or
averted without detriment to the nation is not
an cmcrgcnc;. Great emergencies arc such
things as pestilence, imasiun, rebellion or
famine, and it would be well that this should
from almost any part of the world through the A short tune sin-... a military company, to
postal money order system. The system in in include only half tastes, was formed, numlier !
practical wotking is an Immense convenience ( ing at Ihe start forty seven members. At the
to the people, and the fees collected therefrom I first meeting the King was present and ten
more than pay all Ihe added costs to theldcretl the colonelcy, which position was by
Gosernment. I,el government mstal savings 'htm readily accepted. Shortly thereafter it
banks lie added thereto ami the stofiicc will , was found that the King had so far mistaken
become one of the grandest mechanisms that
can lie devised for the public licncfit.
Notwithstandingthesanguine hope expressed
by rosImaster-CIeneral Howe that the system
of international money -orders ma) soon x ex
tended "to eery foreign country, no definite
steps have )cl been taken to secure to Hawaii
this great boon, and It may lie years before ar
rangements arc completed, which might Imc
liecn tlonc ere this, if wc had a Postmaster
General capable of performing the duties
which arc expected of one holding the jiositlon
the Intention of the company as to upKisc
tliat his appointment as colonel had alto vested
him with the right to appoint the officers of
Ihe company, and njipointmcnls were accord
ingly made. These, however, were distasteful
to the company; and more cseclally so as the
lioys had (very correctly) esteemed It their
right to elect their own officers, being purely a
volunteer eors. DisalTeclion therefore reigns,
and the company will probably disband, un
less they lie allowed the privilege which of
right belongs to them, vlti that of chining
their own officers. Wc admire their pluck I
Well hath the poet said, "Truth crushed lo
earth shall rise again." Tor more than a jear
the press of Honolulu, with the assistance of
a very few friendly journals In California, have
been combating the false representations of af
fairs in these islands as published to the world
by sulisidicd ncwsxiiers abroad, Kvcry ef
fort has liecn made to present matters in their
true light, and now, at an Important time,
when the United Slates Congress is again In
session, wc arc beginning lo see the fruits of
The tone of the journals that were most
hostile to us has now lost its bitterness, and
several that were undecided have become out
spoken In our behalf. Among recent pipers
that have contained .allusions to the Islands are
the Arjpiiaut, which had an excellent article
on the relations between Hawaii and the
.States a well-written, Impartial and truthful
account ; Ihe Cemmtrtial Ihmltl an J Mitrltt
h'eviftu, noting the reciprocal advantages of
the treaty to lioth oiuntiits, expresses the
hope that the same will be continued; the
Mirthant, ever the friend of the islands,
shows no cessation of its tffiirts in our behalf;
the Cfiivnirfe, which was the most active op
ponent of the treaty and the islands, in an
editorial article on the rjth Inst,, exhibits a
much more fair and friendly spirit. We do
not ask for laudatory articles in our American
conlcmioraries; wc only desire that justice lie
tlonc us. The il'estmi I'leivman, published
In Illinois, also offers a word in favor of (he
continuance of the treaty. Many other papers
in California and the last have recently given
us .1 share of their attention, evidencing the
fact that the island trade is receiving more at
tentlon than formerly, and that the matter of
reciprocity is licing considered with a view of
its extension to other adiaccnt countries. The
outlook wears a more favorable aspect than it
did a few months ago, but there is jet much
work to be done.
rom San I rancitco. City of Svdney. Dec 6 Hillit-
ter ft Co, 30 soap and perfuntcr), 13 pkgt tolaacco; J
( 1 urkcr, 7 ct cottons; llalley k Co, 3 pkgt hardware;
rltouae, 1 pkz ttooki, a pkg dry go-al. 3 pkgs
Hall ti Sou. ti ct tilotat; Ilackfeld rj. aa
pkgt macbiiiers, 19 bss applet; '1 O Thrum, l.hlerk&
Co, Ilithop.k Co, Dillingham Si Cu, II J l.cwit, I pkg
emu, iisntan linn at ca eggs, o tut nutter, ta ttica.
) 1 Waterl
fcuti, 1 c buoVt, 5 c crockery; J S Waller, 4 pLfit tul.
A M M
apt: L. I t Uhel. 1 cs urv li
cs picture-., 1 cs fan, t ct harnes-v
.. l: a It .t.l I " .. .
iA.iT tiidures. A M Mcllis. oi.lir tin cooli. Cat-lie
. , I . ..- .'., fa - " a a
x. -ukc, ib (team irai; iir iiuci, 3 cs ury jfoou-i, 1
pig; Irwin A- Co,
I v cnanaelter
iiionu. Geo V
v chandelier. 1 ilcc whin: iMer A Co. c-i am
lonu. Geo V Well. I hale nan-cri. 26 (Ln mcturrx.
frame and glasi; M Mclnerny, nn k joiatoc, ilK
icHctrY. Supreme Court, a c taikmer: Demiiv Col
lector, 3 -c itationcr); Col C 11 JtuM, 41 cs un, ajc
raririuiicn, ax ' nicrtnanm tu iukui pnin,
uimtM nrm-s 4(3 y inerttunuie.
Trom Ne castle. (er 1-oth I.ce, Dec ?- Wilder ft
Co, 1I3 totu coat
IlieloiLrmine II IMmon-J completrtia
tt iri(s on rtcont esienUy, leiftjj only ti 1
KfthuluL IliU Is if imteiV not,ih 1
t66i, telicnltie- ftimom oM chj r lrk Com
Krom KiJiulul. per Kilauci Hou, IVc 3 I N Ma
Vee. Mr Muller. MU bhetley. Mrs -r-ftriuwAWth, .Mr
From WifkiU-ard l-li- ir UVehU. IW-c a- II U
II 1'niv.rw UliuokaUiil. Gov iKjininli, Mr Ilutdi, Mrs
Wilton, MistbhcMon, 1 Ttickr-r, W Morshall, WK
l K min. J
t.J. VW -fllT
11 K mtK. 1 T lKncv. IV..
1 . a .I-... .I." . ... .. -11
dtou, r w (iuoe w Ihoon,
Kwz. I K hrnuh. K I,
L" II Alctandersv Mrs Lti-, Mr Kajxtwi, Cpt 1
For San Krancicot tr Autralb, Dec 18 Kk
305.6UO tt, usar 97,67 H. 346 bunches bananas, 15 lxs
betel leaves. Domestic Talue, $17,677 ox
tor Syiln), rer City of Sv-dney, Dec 76 8j bags
arrowroot, jkju. alue Java.
r or ban tranci-sco. tr Suj. Dec aj ?.oit.30i It
sugar, 9075 Bs tallow, asai lnchs bananas. 158 tills
sugar cane, j bis betel leaves, 1154 yc goat skins, 3751
ics sheep skins, 1736 pes hides, 56.500 HHrtce, tabxs
Cildtie, ib curio, 3 pkgt sundries. Value $14,-
siiLKY-TokiiitKT- In this city, December a), iSfti,
br J. A. Crutan, pauor of rortfctreet Church, W.
(Teorge whley of San Jose, CL, ami Mlis Khlie 1
lotbert of Honolulu. II 1
No cards. (San Jo
SATURDAY, DECEMDERjo, iMa.
AU matter for the Saturday Treat tlioulj be
addresieJ to the ' SATURDAY PRESS."
,. . t . . -" -"- . -tlflNaHIU
-riTT .a " " " iW,
. - a Kf taial, Urt ih, w,, Na
L tr-atat-a L.tt.ll m l-a Haal T -. S.tf.- l.f.
.. i. . . rr"1 ' -1 .'" "1 "( - .tiat itarrit,
Mr U.bb, Mr Center aiklsaiaKera.
Krom han w rantUco, (tee Cailtarien, Dec aj Dr T T
5veeler, iea (a-juaiacre tual wife, Ilws I'arley, Kle.1
lllninanntCarl IMwanl, Ires! Ihenter
1 ruin San (nancitsv, l-tr IjJv laiuinun. Dec ta
Ker John Mwanlt, Ilr V Augu.t, W II Jeianlngt anj
wife, II V HcMaaraL
(romNan truteiacu, 1st Cil TSvJne)r, Dec -Dr
Ihos l-ennett, S T Alexarxler, Mitt Annia Motle,
1 a iv-i 11.. ili ,... . . .. J
l-arter, .til muer, A II IVallaiul wife, Inu
. II HlorV, J C Clade, O SluUI, D WobMl. J
II (.UMtmilt, A II Klein, (. 1 Clark, l .Snlagai,
I'laaltin, A I' lacktin, wife and -. I Kaen
41 It lu.M.1 MUUals II A I-Caller and aU J&
ler, Mia Mk heals ia MaJJ.t, K K 1-aater. WO
irwiu, -t i
Ure, A I Uher ! O NeiL I1d Oaln. I"ha Ann. lui
Soiuh, Mis Inti Canting, I A li:eat anj wife, Ww
Morruwa KMcKee, Jlavi McUuirt, J A MaCoemkk, o
I rvana l-urt TuwiMttJ r Majrat, tW 4- Chi.
Uete U Irtotal for Honalc-naT. I Jim Vaua.
Iruta IV-rt laiatunj, t baukentlite KCVilal Mlu
latrSrsliaey, per City of SlJ.asv, IWi 6-W lJ
gate, I'Ulalkaraa,0 (etaitr, ritaw.
a " 'ranaU-o, ;w lit Mima) Ds-c 7Mr
", a a
II J VI
tik ai-J ton, it hanuh, K a butilh, C ilt gauo, Mr
a-tt, ,s .ataaiaen,
la. MutaU -ud Maui, if Utnu, IW CaS
CUlk, wife auwj faiaaaV, W ll Nail,,, (; t 1 ,,H 'l
v. i!1k1"1!1.1' I' KlU ll.ou.IWc- J J) VI tiba,
M ISJrtel, Mr. ranuwtatla. II KoUiatura, Maaltr luaj
Mitt AMng.O Miller, IIA Luamnh aitj Is alttk.
aa'.f aW!?,,S, !"". Iak.llke, W 10 W II
AUrkK Cl Tailur wife aaal chtUren, MutUtUar.
t. W lUnaaral, C l AWvanJci, W II kal. W Dsian.
wafeaial.thiiireja, A llanaet, WK Lawrence. W C
1-arke, Matt firm. W K Culhl-nt, i I Duwuey anj
wife, J MaaaaauU tutj alaughur.
lor Kauai. r CK ILaa&r-at, lWc t6- S Whiiaaaa, De
ileaei, Mr lnutugt anj afe, I U Olade. Kee M
waivit anal slaughter. J W llaha. I liny, WCnar ataj
(nasi Va-l TaKaJ, ct u MaJrai, Dec llaa.1
feUeaCawcaaa. tnaHWa;l-l tra-tatl, tttaoal,
t ha trees.
ti A. Us DC Murray, Uaxe (or Sat fVaiHaacia
ix tfi a total, I4,yj gait UaaMa. tiy,
Sl4 ? aaA. IalsttaMK ttl-M (41 laaV,jl
fsanatata taiaaal fttcata.
tU A Uma. I DtueesvltaU. batwe foe 8a Itaa-
ili!!i&'ey'4",lM'' '"(ia -aaalaattt;
im '" mi
THE XEW YEAR,
Standing Un I lie tlunliuM if the )car
iSSt, and taking a rclrospccthe icw of tlie
ctcntt of lic ml tisclic montlis, ucsce much
reason for cniluUtion, and inure cause than
sseuuuU with of apprehension in ihe future.
Many iiii-tottant impro-icmcnW hac liecn
inadc in Honolulu and cUcuherc in tlie
islands, the giowth of our leading interest, has
continued, and the commerce of the Lingdom
has inCH-atcd. All of this it the Icault of the
enterprite of private imliviiluals. The man
agement of aftairt cunncclcil isiilitlie goseru-
ment lut no( Km so Mtitlactoi)-. At no time
in Ihe hittofj oflhc country has there Ixcn
tut.h openly eiprc-u.-d disapproval of the man
net in wlilch public affjirs haic K-en atlniinis
leusl, anil ncer )u thcio K-en tuch juit cause
for cuinphint. The itniucdiate future doc not
ImiV. ao Wight a we would like lo present it,
hut vsetiust the ctjiciiencc oflhc pat)ca;
still lie the meant of inducing those in puvter
to Uccr clear uf the dangers that tluealcn j and
in the hope that Ihe ear 1SS3 ill he one full
of pruaierity for gocinnicnt ami people vsc
w Uh our rcadcrt one and all,
A 1 1 Am .N'nv Vkak.
SPECIAL SESS10X CU
It u very generally believed, and there ia
no reason for regarding the lielicf at unfounded.
that pioiniaet stele made to the iirctnbcit of
the last Ls-gislalure thai they would 1-e called
ujwn lo aiscmUe in tiM.-cial ic-vsion iniiiie.li
ately Ufore Ihe pposi-d curorution. Acrord.
ing to some thi, pro-ajwd tpecial scvakui of the
Ixgularurv a$ intro-Ji-J at acorn cnicnt way
of inc-cltng any eacea of ctpcadituic retailing
ficwi ie juiHc-culirto of Ihe very iKurd etsre
inoolal toon to le inartd, at il las nevcf
been tupfKMcd fur womcM that the Mtt-swl.
ant hpwmi weuM he law witWa th Kniu
HA U'AllAtV ASSESSORS.
"Sixty )ears liae passed in the general
prevalence of ctlucnlion.il advantages in Ha
vsaii nci, hut vsc (ilavvaiians) have not attained
the least bit of this most valuable profession,
that of the merchant." J'at Ainu, June 2 y.
The truth of the above quotation is unfor
tunately exemplified daily and is now streak
ing vengeance on the head of a careless inter
nal government, as shown in the incompetency
of ilavvaiians to fill important positions where
discriminations ol commercial values conic
into consideration. The recent troubles w ith
a number of assessors, (a trouble that exists
year after )car,) is an illustration tlil-rcof thai
brings nought but expensive delays and annoy
ance to all concerned.
The government for some ) cars past has
been endeavoring to carry oul a jwilicyof
"Hawaii for the Ilavvaiians" in placing
natives into various positions of trust and
responsibility, with little or no regard to fit
ness, or ability. If these very essential points
were brought to bear in considiring the ipiali.
fications for office, instead of fav oritistu, or as
has Ken too often the case,, a reward for serv
ices rendered, no one would for one moment
raise an objecting voice ; bul when assessors
and collectors arc appointed frpm the Legisla
tive Assimbly, principally, as has been the
rule rather than the exception for ) ears just,
the general public can draw no oilier conclu
sion tint that other questions thin fitness pre
vails with the appointing power.
In a controversy but lately carried on in our
local papers, the Gaulle made favorable men
tion of Mr. I'llipa as a typical Hawaiian. We
Klicve that all who have noticed his con
sistent course In the Legislatures of the past
ten ) ears or more, will agtce in consideiing
him as a representative Hawaiian of the
more intelligent class. His qualifications as
assessor, however, area very different thing.
an unfortunate fact which the '. C. A, seem
id highly elated ov er, for reasons well known
to those who have kept track of lie Aina articles.
The question is naturally asked, if Mr. I'llipo
illicit qualified to Ik: an assessor, what Ha
waiian is? Of the native assessors throughout
the country how many are his equal in point
of intelligence and consistency? The fact,
therefore, of his official incompetence is very
significant under present conditions. It is a
severe reflection upon the appointing jxiwer
nnd it strung proof lliat Ilavvaiians, even those
possessing ability far above the average, arc
not qualities) to judge of values and assess
large and rapidly changing property interests.
We do not claim that in this ap-intmcnl the
" powers that K" were prompted by motivct
of self-interest. It wat erliaps one of the
wisest selections made for outside districts, but
ihit only strengthens the ground taken that
property and intelligence do not receive the
recognition which lliey deserve.
U. S, I'OSTAl. ORDERS,
Il it pleasant In note, from the rcirt of
I'ostmastcr-Cjcncral Howe, that the monev
order buvlnest through the American Post Office
it steadily increasing from )car to )car. The
domestic 0crattons, for the fiscal )ear.endeil
June jo, iSSj, of ile 5,491 authorircd money-
order ollicct icaclicd the huge turn of $1 1 3,400,-
I lS.il in nrdcit isautd and of $IIJ,tSS,-
301.90 in oidert jaid and icjiaid, which
vhos a gain In each case of nKiut eight
lrccnt. The leet received from the public
on inoiic) -onicrt amounted lo $1,053,710,55,
showing an Increase uf nearly nine per cent
upon Ihe feet of ihe previous )ear.
During the ) ear 337,443 international money
oidert vvciefsaucd,aiueJunling to $6,536,514 48;
and during the tame time lljf.SSj such onicrt
eic paid, amounting to $1,453, 462.79. Tlie
total amount of fee collected on Ihcte foreign
orders from the public it $145,644.25. The
aggregate of domestic and international money
orders issued wat $ 1 19, 936,631.6.1 and the
aggregate of onicrt jwdd, with the repa) ment t,
amounted to over $115,000,1x0,
avcce-a-Joiii are listing constmlly uuule lo the
number of foreign countries witb which the
Government of the United State transact the
motley order buslnsxa. JawaSos, New South
S alat, Victoria, anJ KcvVUiiUo.1 weKtuUeti
during the lut yarf jwd on the lit of naasi
January m inmefctny 4 maor onn
wB rMIMMa T ft'witt
.kH ! -I &
m M tomHpMB PI ' I
The '. C. Advti liter and the Uitlltthi have
Ixjlh, in recent issues, taken occaion to ex
press themselves in a self-congratulatory strain
tqion ihe subject of "respectable and high
toned," journalism, while "contcmiorarics"
(Ihe Gazellt and l'Rtss, we presume) are re
minded of their tendency lo indulge in "pcr
sonalitics" which tends to lower them in the
scale of journalistic worth. It is true, wc have
never attempted to compete with the C.
Advertiser for the high position il now- holds
as a journal j from the very start vsc recognised
our own inferior qualifications in the art of
genuflection and dirt eating in the presence of
royalty j in our capacity of self-devotion to
the cause of any man seeking notoriety and
place whose only credential 1-ore the marks of
effrontery and deceit, and came across the
ocean fresh with the scent of prion-Hfe ; anil
it is therefore we tamely submit to being held
low in the estimate of our very truthful, honest,
" avertable and high-toned" contemporary.
We only attempt to atgue on principles, when
a proposition put by a contemporary contains
premises upon which argument can lie based,
but such is so seldom the case vv ith the '. C.
Advirtiur, that an opportunity fur fair argn
ment ii'ton argued premises is seldom alTorded.
Ridicule .then liecomcslhc only argument, and
vv c arc happy to say that our use ofil seems
tu have hurt in the quarters for which it has
beetrintended ; while il has in nowise de
tracted from the popularity of this journal
cv en though it be comparativ cly low as com
pared wjth a journal subsidized lo bolster up
royal absurdities anil ministerial weaknesses.
Siecimcns, however, of the "rcscctabil
ity" of the Advertiser and its disinclination to
enter into jicrsonalitics are at Intnl. Among
these may be mentioned its more recent attacks
on twormit individuals -Captain Hist, and
Mr, 1. C.Jones, where vicious and deliberate
vingwere brought home to the stair of that
paicr, for which it attempted neither excuse
Mr. II. A. I'. Carter arrived from his Kuro-
lcan mission by Ihe City of Sydney this week.
Wc regret that his negotiations for a treaty
with France were so suddenly broken off,
when on ihe point of King successfully com
pleted, by the questionable action of this gov
ernment. aj .1 1 i.an 1 1 .
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE,
Wc have Ken requested to ask the question,
How it it that no rc-ort hat vet Ken made of
lite receipts ami expenditures by the committee
of arrangements for the tjiorts attending the
celebration of his Majctty'i last birthday?
The '7i'rr recently said that it Is thought
that the amount appropriated for the corona
lion expenses will be more than sufficient. Tlie
same pacr tioastcd when Ihe King was abroad
that lite appropriation of $5,000 to defray the
expenses of ihe trip would not all K used, and
)ct, when the Legislature assembled, n bill
asking for $22,500 wat presented anil Kissed
to covei (he expenses of this tame (our,
Ily the City cf Sydney there arrived from
the Coast 425 rifles and caibinet and a quan
tity of ammunition far li: government. 'Die
army lut received a niimKr of recruits re
cently, principallt lust, and Ihe formation of
new volunteer companies It encouraged. YUiM
does all of Ihit mean? Does the King cxiect
lo astonish the foreign Uailxirunt with an im
mense military display during the currinalion ?
Mr, N. 0. Murphy unexpectedly took hit
departure by lite steamship Sun upon her last
tailing. Severe couinientt have Uen uttered
upon the tl) Ic he adored to sever hit connec
tion! with Honolulu and Its (icople, while the
allrgatioq hat Ken made that a forgery had
Ken rominillctl by hit alteration of the name
on the passport, which, il it alleged, wa lint
of Mrs, Murphy, ht wife. Under the lawthit
would constitute forgery, bul Ihere are tome
who would let It go fr Itllle liar fra,lt,'e.
The Daily "TTfr of Ihe 27th instant trcatt
itt rcadcrt lo a humorous account and de
scription of a certain party who departed tud.
denly by the Suit Lut week. Il it very taay
to tsraL pf a man In his absence at If all uut.
ten were facts, liic truth thereof not King
likely ta Us questional) but If the writer be
lieve one-half be hat wrktcn, connecting Mr.
y wsth "a cotUampofary journal," tlie
lait that tbe'7T'-haj bom
Itt- beyond my of It conteuipo-
THE NATIVE TRESS.
"WHAT UKOMI IIAVF. TIIFV IWINF ?"
Wc hive heard criticisms from some regard
ing comments made in the newspaiier during
the last few il-tjs iqion the state of the govern
ment nnd the character of some of its officers.
There hat lieen great strife, .and to judge from
some of our ncwtqiapcrs Ihe anger of certain
ones Itvs waved hot, and they have given vent
to Insulting epithets. Anger and b!llinggilc
are profitless. 'Ihlsp-ipcr does not propose
In permit its columns to be used for mere
tirade nnd croundtcss faull-finding. Itut Ihe
AWim does nol Intend lo K silent in the dis
cusslon of any question that elfccts the wilf-tre
of the country and the nation, and In the utter
ance of nny views as to wfat will promote
peace ami oriter throughout ihe land. Our
constitution assures lo alt the right lo discuss
freely nnd tovpublish their thoughts. 1 his is a
right accorded every man.
One of Ihe Inquiries that some now make is
tills : "Whit wVing have these ministers
done that they should be met with opposition?"
This question seems to jioint at wiiat has Km
published In Ihe newspapers concerning (he
ministry. Some thoughtful people who love
the Hawaiian race nnd wish the government
well, surmised before the present men were
appointed ministers that the government would
not be well conducted by them, for reasons
Ihen apparent, lias this fear Ken justified
or have the anticipations of these friends
proven ill-founded? Lit us took, nt this ques
tion calmly and dispassionately, without per
sonal recrimination, with a feeling of kind
rcganl for the government, )et without a time
Six months have passed since lite present
administration came into mwcr, and what has
I All work under the Hoard of Health is
carried out in the usual inefficient sljic. Vet
the expenses of the Hoard arc greater lhan for
any prcciding period. And this increase is
not in the direction of aiding the diseased, but
for other ends. This is not becoming lo the
head of our govprnment, for he has loudly
vaunted his love to the people, anil has lioast
cd Ihit he could save the nation through his
efforts. Some people have Ken h-d to put
faith in him by reason of these speeches.
2 These men have misled tlie King in the
matter of the coronation and as to what will he
the operation of the liolhlajs aiipointcd for
that ceremony. This will be a very expensive
show, nntl Ihe people will have to settle the
bills. The former Kings of Hawaii were
honored and no one will say they were lack
ing in that peculiar feeling of sacretlnev. that
hedges round a King. And why then should
these rulers think after Kalakaua has reigned
for ten years, tn crown him at an outrageous
exicnsc to the government, while the nation
is turned loose to revil during ten long boll
dajs? This will prove nn blessing, to the King.
The cabinet have advised liadly in this thing.
3 Great shiine and distress Ins filled the
hearts of true Ilavvaiians and of those who
love the nation on account of the drunkenness
that now prevails throughout Oahu. This
evil is the work oflhc cabinet j for they per
suaded the King to give his consent lo lite
law removing the restrictions on intoxicating
drinks; they did nol advise him to withhold
his signature to tlie bill. They have opened
the Hood-gates of this misfortune umn the
land, which was formerly held in chick by the
strong hands of our Kings, through their care
for the lives and peace of their subjects,
Now mothers and children are cr) ing for
hunger, and wives arc watching for their hus
bands tit the doors of the rum-shops of Hono
lulu, In beg oflhcin sixpence with which lo
buy bread for the family. Probably this is
the first time that such a state of things has been
known to exist in Honolulu. This is the
work of these ministers of ours aided b) the
hie Legislature. Hawaii is stricken by her
These are some of Ihe reasons why the
country is not at rest under the rule of these
ministers. These remarks of the R'uofoj are
not in the way of defamation, nor for the pur
pose of more fault-finding. Wc arc doing
badly ; the conqiass of our former captains hat
K-en thrown away. The safe course which
our former wise pilots pursued has Ken for-
taken; and here we arc carried along by a
dangerous current. These men arc skillful in
the arts of beguiling, and some have Ken
answ ercd. I'rtm the A'ttttiM cf Dee, 3j,
" HERA AUK l-RESII COVII'CAINTS."
livery day complaints bubble up agaiutt the
present ministry ; not merely lrumved up for
the occasion, but genuine complaints as wc
now recognize them to K,
I Where are the lavvt passed by the legis
lature of 1SS2 and approved by the King?
The I-cgitlaturc wat prorogued on the 71I1 of
August and four months and a half have
claiscd since thin )ct the lawt have nol
been printed. And how do the judge! get
along in suits coming up under the prevent
hocusjiocut of statutes not properly published
and codified which were passed this )car ?
Have they cutout with theart the lawt that
liavcapiicarcd scrap by scrap, in the strange
bantling newspapers which Ihe nation it con.
lending agiiutt ? When a case of liquor till
ing came for trial before the il!ce court of
North Kohala, and the first section of the
I'enal Cole wat quoted on the tide of the gov
ernment, the defendant'! law)cr quoted ihe
law of 18S2. The couit desired lo tefer lo the
law, but no copy of Ihe law wat to be had,
and the tide of the defendant claimed that the
law tud Ken published, and wanted lo know
whose fault it wat that the court wat wilhoul
a copy of the law.
Through (hit conduct of the minister Ihe
govemnunt is in an awkward position. All
the courts, sheriffs, and legislators alike are
without cojtict of the laws. Arc not our strict
ures on (hit cabinet correct?
That embarrassment lot arisen through Mr.
Hush King cailurcd by Mr, Cilrson't Inces
sant cuvitout ".bluing like a sick child con
stantly taking favors, who can longing eyes
uj-on the apuoprUlltai for government print
ing, ami through their wretched action in Ihit
matter all the departments of government
In ihe appropriation bill occur these word 1
" Government printing $4,000." One wosild
think lhal by the Minuter of Interior's refut
ing to give the printing of tlie lawt to the Ha
waiian newtpapert, there would have rettUlut
ed an abuntUnce of money fur prifttiRg the
Laws at once, Ihit it teems not. 1 Be Wain
of tbu MU)i-Ur of IntsHsui tuu-st be; MslleaJ llut
he foigets tins important vtrl of his btisi
ncss, and suffers it to go by default to the pre
sent time. The jear Is just drawing to its
close nntl It seems as If the Ivvj would Kcomc
mildewed Kforc public notice asking for
lenders for printing them were nude. Your
blundering, O Minister of the Interior is nol
jet done I
a How alwut Ihe roads out of icrni", and
the mud holes which nliound now In the high
ways cif this city tight under tlycejcs oflhc
minister? A little makal pf the gntc to the
yard of the government house on Queen street
is a jxind of water which receives no attention.
The minister constantly pass it without notic
ing it. Sanitarians declare that stsgnant ponds
arc unhealthy to those who live nrar them,
Will he wait for sickness to spring up Kforc
he goes to work? It should not K so. In
justice nntl fairness all persons are equal Kfore
the law and have n right to expect Ihe govern
ment lo xiy the same regard to their sanitary
well King. Wc hive wailed patiently for the
government to attend tn this until now, then
sprang up Ihe thought in us, possibly because
wc live in the immediate vicinity of this nuis
ance Is the reason why they leave it o long,
for the sake of irritating its.
3 The Minister of the Interior orders ih-U
Ihe government lands of I.clcpitn and Kaihu-
kaptt K wild at auction this coming Wetlnes
day. We have heard that these are very vnlu
nblc fishqionds, nntl that they are held under n
long lease nt $200 a jear which will end in
1S97, Will a large price be obtained for these
valuable fish-ponds while they are subject to a
long lease? Who will give a high price for
government lands, fish-ionds pcrli-ips, on such
conditions as these? No; the prtqierty will lie
Knight by the lessee nt what price he rhoscs,
for no one can nlTord lo resist him.
pOR SAN FKANC f-CO
Pie At Hark
wilt. Mil roe
tiif. aiiovi: por r ox jaNuarV . iMj
For freight or l's-re aplf l .
tw - &liMvTRftv&.tj-vtenti.
Ihe At ll-ilMi .-aleamsittrt
W. II. HeAMRT ..Qvtnmanjer
win sail nut
HONOKONO, frillS ll.W.) DPCKMIlRR jc-iri.
Tor frettta nt ilms ifftf l
" " ''ACKtF.l.tlCp,A-rentt,
T-0R SAN FRANCISCO,
lite Arm-riean Hrtfanttne
lllll'ATCII FOR TIIF.
For Freight or istttatf
aVivVIN ft Ox, Agents.
D0S10N ANI) HONOLULU I'ACKin-S.
1 hell-ilk 1 ,
Will pria-rllvtly Mil from Huston for thtt poll on Fclril
r filled irhm.lly,antl freight laVen at Ihe lowest
ratea. Atlr to Uiiilea lliettet UK., iso. ; Mlby
ttreet, lloston, or to
C IIKCtVr'.K A CO ,
no-em Cnieen street, Honolulu.
AOrTNT m TICK rot-iOWiNO UHSTH-Mt
Cnnillpn, Holtlcm nml Oninmniite
SANTA CLAUS' mjADQUAUTI.U.S.
Ilmliiililr .storf hi Knltuln,
Ilie liiiiMmi; knotan a. Koliala Hall, on main roail t.
ttaeen tha Union anil Star Mills, formerly
occupietl Ity S. Staines,
sPHie Initialing It in good reialr ; the location Rood.
A lone leaae may lie hail urwn favoraMe terms.
hi: latest novultv.
TitiiiuTRs or it.xir.it ias must:,
A Souscnirof tie Season, by luteal Wrilcrt,
"iLahaina," " Wajanae,"
and "Hawaii Nii."
i'UIILISIILT) IIV TIIOS. G. TIIUU.M,
I'rlrr, HO Crut' f.ilrlt. 111
NOrlCi:. Notice it hereby s'nen lint I Inve ap
pointed I.tlkK(AloXof Maunaltea ttreet, llono
lulu, to bo my true ninl lavaful ntlorney Jiirmis my ah.
tence from this ldniplom. A KOWA 1 f Yang (Jul).
Lata, December at, 1B81. tat-ll
WAILF.I.i:, MAI OIO,
. (1KN. SIIOF.I, KALUNV.
tl.Ad -KrJlil, White llall Office corner of
llueen and Nuit-inti Street.
-CF.ANIC -SILMSHIl' COMFANV.
The A 1 Hritlsh Steamer
Will Icae San Pnnxtao for Honolulu (tie
9th Day of each Month,
Untuning from Hunctiilu nn Ihe alnd dsy of eaeh
month. San Fmncitco Acetitt,
J D.iil'HrCKKI.S ft ItROS.,
Honolulu Agentl, 37 Market St,,
Wm. tl. IRWIN ft Co. o
pt-VNTKIfS LINK FOR SN FRANCISCO.
illtnil'lii: . Co., AtlrntH,
Mcrclumlise received Storage Tree, and liberal cash
advaneet itnJe on thitmentt by Ihit line
STEAM Kit LUUILIKU,
Steamer Lil.el.lc will Iae Honolulu eacli Titcvlay
fit 4 p. M toncliiri) nt lahatnn, aMaAhen Hay, aMaVetw,
Mahulsoiutt Kawathae, lanutKihucliooanU Hilo.
Rciuniinft ill luuch Mali the above port, amvlnj;
at Honolulu each butiilay a m
. KSTATU FOR SAI-K
J.V IVAI.tlMJ, OMUh
iplnl liy the Waialua tetnale luminary, cofttainme
ircaof n 55-iofi acte, with the minding thereon.
The .rcinie in WaUlua, for the pat uxien)ca
lit U turfn-l.
i or further information, apply to
Honolulu, December , t68a. lai-tf
OWLN'S rUESH (.AKDHN SULDS,
Flowor nnd VeRetrslile,
JUST KFeHlvril AT
T. O. TIIUUM'S l'OUT STUr.lTT STOIU:
ORTGAr.i:U'.S notici: Ol- SALU
IlytlireetionofAliixaNliimJ. CATir.iiT, truslee,
tl, n,nrti.3f-ee teintetl lit a certain inilenture of molt-
cage, dated Novciutier 18, 1881, mvde try I'KINK 1'kos.
rttRK, aliat reter Ijirkint. to tai.l Alesantlcr J. s,ar.
wright, I am directed to. tell at public auction on
.stiiiu (!, .in 11 im in 1:1, ixs:i.
At it St., at my salesroom in lIoiKtlulu, all that certain
tleic or pane! 01 lana tituaie ai rvainancia, iionuu
lahu, and ifiore fully descrilied at followa, to salt !
I! hoomala aiu ma Le Iththem. o ke alaohtll e .il
ana iuka e ptli ana me l.o IlaawinaauN n e liolo hem
aj'hlt. ia8 8 ia k-ipual mi ko Ilaatvin.-aauio a hlki I
kahi Aiuthua o ka ia alails hem. 75 kom 105 7-1 9 katt ma
ka hlil ak, o ke alt doll Kukona a luki I le alt nloli ptl
iuka alalia ma la alapiiak. 6t.a'luk. ioj 1 i-u'Vapahili
Anahua n ok l5 Ink 1 1 1 -a Vop Inkl I ko Amliiu a 4-11
kspliuLnU nt n kahi I hnomaka al. (jintaliiing an area
of at. lathomt Tret, and being Aana 3, sJ" L. C,
A , No. 919, Royal Patent No. .
For further particulars, inuire of
Ii P. 'ADAMS, Auctioneer,
Or lo Cl'XIU HerfviH, Attorney for Mortgagee, lal
P O. HALL A SON,
CALL ATTNTION TO
A Splendid New Lot of Reeil ,v. llarton's
Silver Plated Ware
Just Oifnkii anii mivv Fob Sale.
Thit it the finest selection of these erm.lt ever nflered
in thit market. All of the latett and moat beautiful de
signs. AM a very clioiee lot of
I'reneh Toicehin and Glatt Deroiatid I'asei,
Qi-itk Nrw im Tint Makkft.
KiON TO AKSIVK, A CllOICh LOT Or
GORHAM SOLID SILVER WARE,
IN ORHAT VAHIiriV,
All of which are most suitable fur t'hritlmat, Wel
dim; ami llinhday Kiftt. All are cordially Intitetl 10
tall and exaiiinte Ihtte lautiful Roods, lint don't buy
linlett voti want to.
tVK ItAVR ALSO tflK SALK TIIK NFW
Kalakaua Washing Machine,
of HawaK-tn intention and manufacture; a pood aitiele.
ALSO ON HANU TIIH I KRT ASSURTMKNT or
1H TDK MAKhtCT.
Tmr-Nxv-Two )ir rKuKnr Suv ahii Kinds.
Hall Sicel Plow, c ml ing from 3 to 14 niche. Hall'
is, M, ijnn.l 1 6-inch ItreaVcri, 14 Inch KulaOurent,
S11W11I How, Hall 1'urruw row. Side Hill
I'lOMt, IQ, IJUlKl 14 lllCIie. lO-UH-n ilUIKT
NOIlCli,-All panic having Callle ruimlns ui.n
ili laii.ltnuitr?ilnr leatse.1 bvth UotlAtA RANCH
are hereby WAKNLU again herjmc ur dflvuiK fctm,V
except on tlie Monday of each eek, and an m
found tre(a.iin of driving Moclc uion the uld UinU
at any lime but the ib) aloe n-iiiml,unlcM authoned
ia tU id uy met win " prirtctruieu jw.ctiTunij( iuw.
llii regulation will l- urictly enforced.
iai4t Manager of the Kohala. Kuh.
:ci:ivi:i) this day,
Ka tleamel Suei,
rlotat. made ttiesi-tllv
, a titickcve.siuw.
'lantatioilt, Nas i
era. Flow luaiidles cttra puinlt
and Iteamt tor all (mows
Salmon, In S turrets,
Salmon Ilelllcs, In kills,
Ibrrcli Me Hccf,
Ilarrels I'. M. l'tirk,
Tig l'nrk, in 4 laircls.
BUTTER 1st kens nnd kitta
Duller, In glass jais,
An assortment uf Case Cools,
Cases Jams anil Jellies,
Cases Urieil Apples,
TURKEY and TONGUE la r.aee
Cases Drieit Ikef,
Case Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon I'tlot llreael.
Cases Cocoanul TalTy Cakes,
Cases Palace Mivetl lliscuits,
Cases Oatmeal, in lo lit laagt,
Cases Cornmcal, In lo lli Uiji,
Cases Split Teas,
ONION 1st caM
Cases ami bas Kcil rlatoct,
!Ui;t lle.1 lit ans,
lb;s White lleans,
Ooldan Gat Roller riour,
Cuton Iluck, Not. 1 tu to,
Dillon Kattn lliuk, No, t, lo, la.
roe sal v
QurrH Slrttt.. Itttnulutu
of all kindt,
MKCIIANICS' TOOLS, SIIIXK IIARIIWARI!
all kindt, U A I I.S and SI'I K i:S, all Viia.lt and
tien. RUF.I) Is IIARiON-S CKlr
In great raricly am) in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND RANOE8
of many MmUanJ site.
We make a aped alt f of ,
And Utinj, over ,s.r,u1M ti lIUIItlUCK'S Will TV.
I.F.AI) and INC of dirTereot iiiialiliet, leaflet
afulllinaof all DRV l'AINIS wanted, ami
otero,.ti(atlonlor 1 1 IJ II IIUV.K'h leat
tasia uuti.r.H l.iror.i.li un.,
can Sell as tlte Isiwctt Gsures,
er e,uai ganuiit ol
Sertt-m- Coear 1 I'aueaTK.
Ily virtue s an Mater U tale itaueal tnr tlte llcae.
I rauel. I utlat, Ike uadertlgneal will tell at el Jk aiKlstn,
al ia e'tkaak nouo, mi
Turulay, Jimu.tru It, IMfY,
Th IUkrln( teutattty Ulairujuif tu late estate U VV.
L SluaiaaHVa, alcteAtai,MtUataai
Kalikl, Heaeleila, Oahai
FiatT.-lTta Hah I'aiavl tf Anaisvlau, (Mataaniat an
ausaLeeti are is" Ui ansa, and faatvut njlut In a iuu a,f
ar,6 atrea tcawartL
SetMa-TU fiah Food U falaaiiilil, ct.aainuag an
.tatkMiI area tf il a iuka asrat, wsetlaer walli lltt
(Xiaiica; llatfTaal4t atvlwflgaBeV
TKKUS OK SALrt
Tattttya.. ur cm M UI U tU kaataasw, IK W-
STll. taVt" " ,mJ" vtW.U ike ) yut sual
Fu (tinlier laatWaataiLjt., tuiulm tl itu lersM '
ektesteWwtlsaMt.ew. H.S, nm.
riaaasiuimer te taV ak iaJ eases. Uf.L.
BEST Z.UBRI0ATINO (HE.
by ll lunel, rasa w talUi. HASUlir.S IIOUSK
m C(iCII C01.0HS, lltelrttAmeikan
Faints luown. We laat. now tlte
Eargeet etock of
lit Uaat aad FaiK, etrr oiTned
PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKING
II0.SIt Kie, 1
Uut we will ftu. attempt ta enumerate tarty assure tA in
tlausitaiad artal u.e ailUkt lltat we keep, at it wtisiU
cor awtra titan fc whole at(a U th " I'tlsf,"
We catedtaUy intiie atur fiiewda and cutieeiaeit te call
aisl aaaaaitt Mar tJejt!U tiotk 4 lUjalt fa tlaetaaelttt
and ikey wall U tatniitatol uf what a lay. iH.fr
jVa, ;o Kiso trsrr.
A. I It U U K H A MIT MUM MAXKH,
M litem Sail.B.-taalibui a kaadUc latte.
AU ItUi te KKl'.MktXO UOrst 1l OKDKK.
sfrUastta.estyiatljr tayaiafatc llfryii
P S. PRATT A CO,
.tutJUtttm mtH VrmmitUm Jl.reAeettv
ye SriMT ( WaassV), Naaaaw.
stsatt ea, i
SsstsW aiHtvMiuai git, s tlte, MkstfreVasl
1 VJSl ' rhrist.