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Arrtrrtt ot fort of Honolulu.
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Mile Morns. h, from Lana!
LhuVat, chf., from WaUlna
KiilaVaua, Haw. bit., Miller. 16 daj- fromS. r. '
UVeliVe, fctm., Kinj;, from Htlo
C R- tlhopt Cameron, from KauaL,
KeUuluohl, ftch., from 11 fl rate v. '
LuVa, Kh.,frnm KohaU- .
I-eahi, cK, from Koholalcle ...
Mary I- roMtr, ch . from Honuauo.. .
Kainbow, Am. h. bk., 0cn, aa tlafm S.t.
Calerina, fcch , from llanalei f'
Manuokawat, ch .from Kckaha . (
Kaala. Kh.( from Kontau. ....
Wm. U lrnf Am. tstnc. Turner, is Uy
from San r ranctco
J A. KaliinburSi Am. Mine., Ooodmin, from
San trancttco.. '
Julu, I law ten., Tierney, z dy from Ji.
lxh le, Itrit, Utne. jeVin, for umboUt.Jai
KhVitat, Utnc, Cutler, fvr Port Townfceixl .
KiUuea II ou, atiu., Seari. (or Kahuluu,
MoVoIu, um .McGrreor, for Motokal anil liana
atoll. Kh , ftir Iaaurau. ..
1 hukal, k!u, for Watalua.
Katukcaouli. ftch., for 1 lunokaa. .... t
Ijliohho, Kh.. for Ron and Kau ..
Watldc, ich., for Mabko. '
Marion, tch., for KuWuihacle. .. .. .....
Uhua, wnu, Ixrcnren, for Hilo nU ay pott
litnlow, Am. wh. blc, Owen, for Cruie .7
CUiw SprecKels Couwn, for Coquimta
Iwalam, um., llatet, for Maalaca, Kona it Kau.
C R. Itikhup. m., Cameron, for Kauai . . '
Nettle M err til, c1l, Omvtun, fur IjIuiiu
Kaluna, M.h. for Maliukona ,
Waimanalo, um., NrtlMt, for Wainunalo. . "
Kulamanu, ch-, for Ookala '
Vel iiotr in J'orf.
Lady Laui-mik. MarklotL
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C'AlftANliN, Hubbard . ..
W 0 Irvmn, turner
J A. Kaikinvrg( Goodman. . ,
KALAKAl A, Miller
W II Mkvsm, How
Amklia, Ncwhalt . .
llj-jterteit from Furriyn I'vrt.
IIokton, Am. bV. Amy Tvener . . ., . Newell
Due rcb. tj 3a C Urewr & Co., acti.
IUxmen, Gr bW. C K. Uitnor . , .Walter
Due Teh. ), 11. Hackicld A; Ca.ap.
Glasgow. Unt htpARAMAN Chapman
Dae Jan. aoiv 0 W MacfarLuw & Co., aft.
LiVRiruoL, Itriu bk, Ulukk blcto-lawiU
Dut Jan. so-as- T. H Dane & Co., aatt.
Mr York, Am. bktne. Kunoh Vernon Humphrey
Due March S' CauU A. Cooke, ats.
Ln ERrooL, Hut khip Janrt Court . -Jaclton
Due Aiil 1-5. CW MacUrUuw & Co, Agent
IVei UuAkELV, Am. tent Dakota ... .Wcmli
Iuc. Allen & Robert on, agu.
UkEutN. Gvr. bk. CANortra. . ,Iaom
Loading Nov. 15 Hackfcld & Co., Agent.
HonckONC. Um. S. S. C 1'. Hook
Due. HacVfeld & Co., Ant,
San rEANcttco, Am. bktne, Klia Urown
Dut Jan.io.ij. C lUcwer& Co., t.
Sipkut, r u a. . City of New York Cobb
Duajan. 14 11. Hackfcld cY Co,, ll
Bam Kkamliku, r u k. t, Avktealia Tulloh
lhitjaivm. 11 Hackfcld & Cap act.
Sam Francieui, a.. Si ex . , .Dodd
Dut Jan if. Wm 0 In In L Co, Agent
I.IVEErOUl, lUH. UJpGtEHRENVIR
LoaJinff Nov. yx t. II Daylc & Co., Aztt.
Namaiuoj Am, bk. rofcur Qieen . . ..Nanaluw
r or liana. Dut Jan. $.
l)r U&urle Am. tern M. I- Smith. Johnson
Dot Jan, Ro-a. Hackfcld & Ca, agt.
IVetUameik, Am. bk. Umkealu . . -Catier
Dut Jan. e5 HAkfcU A. Ok, agt.
MiCRONEkiA, Am. bgtnt. MoRfctNO Star. Pray
IjukcJ ftir an where from middle r'ch la M.
i: 0. 1UU k Sun, axent.
lU'waHUT. Am. Uim. Monitor. KnatVt
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i'uc j an, t)jck 1 ! LAuivr, Mfi.
San rEAktiRCu. AnuUtoc, W. H. Diuowu HouJUtt
for Kahulul Due.
lU'Mitouir. Am-fcch, Anna McCutloch
orKahuluL Dut Jaa. u.
Sak rBAMcico.U h. S. Alawa
Du Utter 4rt J usury.
Report of tU ILuVcntin JaAt A Kalkbtbcrtf. UA
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Frnm n IVjincIwi, ...r KaIaIcAdi.,
Jn ; S I
Sluin., J V Slitn., Wm V Klll.riirn, (
lohn Mtdmk. Mn M M U'.nl. Ml
r.l, MiS K Allen, Ml
I. linn., MU M Unnn, Am.A M Unna,
tfnria. llnirv Wnna. Ilriman Unna. I.uie A tfnni.
inn. iiiivti 111 unn.1. riria ni unni. iirrmin 11
rrnm hnn I latviicn, er Ian A Fa 1 Unburn, Jan
K7"Mim ( .nrnwiHul, Jiwt I iner,
F'nmt San lrantlti. twr W II Mfwr Hi At lr 4
1 rem San r rnclrn, ier m 0 Irwin, Jan io Cln
Mini, Wm 11 Mrlltrr. M C.mj.man, S I Mmnihl.
MiM N Iregltxin, D Mclwtr, (I W Arrmtd.
I mm KriiaI. t V II HWbop, Jari j HI l dov 1
V Kantn, 1 W f,U., KC Holdiwottti. Mr IhelUrtf,
Kit lintfL...tb.L l. II. ...... l. t.t II. ..I
.- iiii.ii.nini"., i-.i iianiT'i I'll in, , iciiirrit tn il,
J W Halm. J Hay, Mr I enlrnUrv, I. SiHm, Afl.
i mm rvai,iiiiii,ier Kiiiua iimi. ittno r. NeiH.af,
I (Irmly, (t Arrmihmjt, CAialii Willmr, KiiaI, II Hob
inon and wife, Mr t iimmln and two thlhlrcn, two
C)ilnet An I iwrnty eilii ilrc k,
Irnni windward lM, lr Ukrlikf, Jan 7 linn S (J
Uil.lrr, C Itro.n, Him Mace, J Oluu, I. Sin.Ul, R
K ijiveniier. I lr, A i HiirtliAnl, 1 w Matihewt,
II Man.firh . II D Walker. I I Noble. M. I. .I.Ur.
1 HaM-Men ami w.fr, t 1 A Ions. W I Parke. Mr
Hell and wife. Utv S.m. V II Ctimmlmrt. Mr I
.Smith ami cl.ll.l. Hon 11 A WidemAn, K hl-rnrer, II A
llren, A Una, Miw M and M llitchoxk, Mr Kaonka,
Ao, ami n numlwrr ileck.
Kor Pott Townien.1. rwr kliklial. I tin A D A Ifim.
for rvarmi.ii, per KlUurn lion, j,in 8 I btiore.
Cafttaln Willmr, ami W Wacner, Mr II KuihcUnt am
mete, lr Aiiuiel t,
Kananantil And wifr
K Au, M Kcpolkal, II
nj U.VKUt HlfSI rilll, "T aiIF.UIl inn a j OUT.
1) Alton, father Dimein. II Uuna. llirrr nou ami
'nr f..l,.l.nt .! f ...1 . tnini.: r.n 01 Cll.
lor Kona anil HAtt,prr Iwalanl.Deco W C Alan a,
I 0 Ilrlrn, J H Cumminj;, Mr Mar (ixk and oit,
MU K II ParU, (1 Armstrong, G V. Klchanlton, I.tila
A Miry, and forty tlek
Por windward port , per I.chi.a, Dec o C Moltetu.
W McCamlleM, MaMer llnd, Prolewnr Vflfrnlle, J I
Noble, W Purdy. J Wilwn, wife and child, fldcn
LutT and Gardner, Mr Smith and child, and alwut
I tr KauaL ter L It llishop, Itfc o- J Anr, C
Ptt w It ,m l..l. Ml.- U..U. kf I' t. I t lrl, ...I
vi..tnri.t..i, .11111 (inviti g ., llv4, J . Itlt,ll4iu
fton, W Anemann, Mn Kahllntim, (. Ostxirne. A
encer, I' r Kan.w, W Ulcino, ) R Cooke, II j;
Kurckhanlt and Iwent) five tlek.
r-rom 5ian Pnncico. r Kalaknua, Jan Rtille A
Co. ton bU hay; Hoard of pAluCation. 4 c Kchool liook,
1 'Aimer A Kilbourn, 15 c wxli water wat, 370 Va
claiwarr, 115 rVg drugv 17 pkgs dmc supplicnf h
McCully, 4M lie feed; I A Schacfer A, Co, 330 bg
Iwrlej, 1 50 k tlour. it Jf M shingle, too bbl lime,
jo bbl ialmon, 117 bl hay, Vy bg Ix-nns, 100 c med
SobMliay; tng Wo Chan & Co, 10 pkR totiarco;
Geo I.uca. 150 bbU lime, 100 M bricks; Kit Thos
l.ack, t n tewing machines; I R rioter A Lo, a 3 c
WTJII iiiaiciiai, 1 ua MUUItl ' t 3 IIUIHV, .J I l.lld
Co, 4 mules, 1 horse; M Al Mclnemy, 1 ca dry coimIs;
1. r, ,illlatis, is c coiiins, 15 ptts lurnuure, 117 ins
hay; Mclean Bros, 6 pkc incdicirws, 7 1'kjt drug sup
llistcr L Co,
plies; l lirouie, 11 pkes untjj supplies; iioiusier w
8 pLg tlnig supplies.
r mm San V rancisco.
rv wav of Tahiti. rer W
.Meier, Jan 1
C llrcwcr A. Co, 33,900 hard brick 24
rrom San Francisco. Per G Irwin. Ian
Scliaefer A Co, 30c cotTee arxl tptce; Irwin & Co, 70
Ml wire, 4 c furniture, 31,500 brick, 120 bbl lime, 90
ski sand, 1 b dental good, 60 bis sacks, iSa Hks
40 cs baking powder, 50 bl ha), 100 sk potatoes; W II
.McAllister, ica iientai ti-niti'x; 1. 1
Adams, v be
cotTee; A Hertert, 80 c cracker;
Poster A Co, t bravs
propeller, 3 bl tails; Lewers A Cooke, Boa bdls
II) man ltros, 37 pkg clothing; Hottwrhleacer
c ctgar; J t utcrhoie, 3 c dr" rooiU,
beans, to bhls lime. a bis ha : 1 lall A Son. t
goods, 137 ski
t cs sliow
3 sk brun, 90 kt liar ley ; Hackfcld A Co, 150
Kk Hour, 10? bgs coHee, 81 i-c p!ie, 3 Cs hanlare,
irott shafts. o bbla lime: C II ludd. 81 sk bran. 41
lour. 10? ue coicc. at pn i'H-c. 2 cs lu-uwarc,
irott shafts, 30 bbl lime; C II Judd, 83 sk bran, 41
bUha); U heed Co, 950 hi )u), 150 ska oat, 50 sk
corn, 350 sk barley. 200 sks bran, 73 sk middlings, 53
tk wheat; Castle K. Cooke, 100 posts, oo Ksks llour,
v 1 bdl khincles. t nke saddlen. 4 cs neats foot oil. 3
)Ime. 6 t)x
; u d larger, 4 tank nap.ha, ai tank
gasoline, 6 hx gas machines; M Phillips A Co, 11 cs
mdi-e; J Hayseldcn, as doors, 4 Mis sashes. 1 lot mill
work, ia pkgs house furnishing stuff; G F Well, iocs
sewine macnine: Alien s. Kobinton. 100 M shine its.
and sundry t kg to addivs.
rrom aan rranctsco, ;er jane A raikintmrg, Jan 10
H G Agnew, 100 bis lta; llrcwcr A Co, acq .sk
nour; 1 tones Co, ito bbl lime; l-ewer & Cooke. 5
pkc windows. M tke door and blinds. 1 c wire
good; 300 M shingles; 4 bis planter oniatnents, 30 sks
oats, 10 sk muionngs, 50 sk tran. 120 bis nay; w
Poster, 4 ct saddle!, 1 cs globe valves, 1 bdl whips,
lull saddle-tree, B rls leather; orinliuum & Co, 3 CS
woolen troods. 1 cs cotton coods. 1 c leather eooJs. t
cs uoots ana snoes, 30 uois saimon, 1 ptcg pa iter, 90 cs
cigars; P Milton, 119 sks oats, 90 sks bran, 96 bU hay;
l.aine &. Co. aooska bran, 40 sks corn, 3 pkgvbuggv,
wheels and shafts: Wilder A. Co. no door. 5 dVcs win
dowa, 1 ba cauinjs, 300 M shingtes, 33 cs ammonia,
300 K.sks flour, 1 refrigerator, 3 c prcscnes, 1 c
ctfects, 1 cs glass, 15 cs furniture; McChesney A Son,
11a pkg nsst groceries, 400 (sk nour; k L.unman, 40
i luiy , t r v-uj ik wii kiuviiing, ii) iii 11 iiiurt, m
pkgs nunuiACtureu tobacco, 33 c cotton gouus, 3 c
shin, 3 cs drill bags, 3 pkc envelope, 39 0 won! hats,
1, 11 onn
Caule A Cook, txt bis hay
. tit bis hav:
Hackfcld & Co, 3,016 red
wood R R ties; Order, a6,ooo brick; Chinese f-rms, 56
"muii rv rv uca, vtui. iu,tiiu miiv.,
bxs tobacco, 300 bus ChincM lupaor.
For Cooulmbo, Chile. ir Clau SprcckeU, Jan t
963,000 ft lumber.
Rose In thUeit), Janua. 8, Myron J. Row, a native
ui iiuiiiiuvii ivuiti) 1 i. j.j acu 37 cars aim 7
moil til. .
Ganikin InthUclty, January 8, Mary Gandon, Sister
Agnctoi trie amcrnoou 01 tut dacrtu near, mint
33th ) car of her age.
SATURDAY, JANUARY ). .Mj
All matter for the S.turiUy Preit ihoulj be
ddie,cd to the " SATURDAY-PRESS."
HAWAII AND CHINA.
it hit been ireommended In certain quarters
that the Hawaiian Kingdom should enter into
a treaty with China ; that It is doirable owing
to the Urge number of Chinese In the island
the growing commerce with China and the
(notability of securing a further suppjy of
plantation lalwrcrs from that country wilh a
fair proportion of women. Preliminary stejis,
we learn, were taken some time ago which al
low cJ the Immigration of Chinese laborer tn
the Islands, but provided that, on the cspir.v
tlon of their contract period, they must either
re-engage or be returned to China nothing
resulted therefrom liowctcr.
Hut the question naturally arises, do we
really need a treaty with China? What could
be gained by it? If Chinese are lobe the
people from whom we mutt get our plantation
hands, can we not git enough without a treaty?
If they wue lo anise here under such condi
tions at stated abote it would be an Impouibl.
Iity to compel them all to return should they
elect lo stsy, for we all know how difficult it is
to appichcnd an escaped Chinamen, and
amongst the thousands In the islands scleral
bundled more could be icadily aWnU-d. A
steady slicam of these people b now Howlng
into thii group from California, amounting to
several bundled. In the course of a )car. They
already exceed. In number Ihe adult males of
,11 other nationalities, and In encouraging their
Immigration we should hate thought fur the
future of Hi tit.
In regard to the treaty, il must be leinem
berod lint Chhu Is a powerful nation and
when we lute once adtanccd step
Into her clutches she may Dot be willing to
treat us so generously ai the United States and
Great litUiiu (use done,
la the usual treaty
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miifli In titr. III. nil cry well for plilUil
llnnil In lAlk rif llic wolf nml llic I.1111I1 lyln,;
ilown n;rllirf ssilh llic Hi,; in truer (1In,
hIkitc llifm, lint it l not itihlwMc for llic tin
,ilhn Imili In llirml lit confi.t Itii lir.-id Into
llir uikii inoiilli nf llic Iiurc Oilnctc ilmciin,
W'c lnvr nil llic Clilnce In tlic Idnintnm mm
llinl c run well ncci)inmilnlr ( mir lictt
filcnl nml nwrett nrlglilwr loikt ttllli ilit
fnvnr upon nn Incrrn' of IliWr nitmlrcf. The re
nre ntlitt nvemies .if mlnK lalmf nii'l "'i
litinn winch Oioiitil rrtelvc nllinllon fml I Ihc
1-rtil nf these, Ihc Wrslem Itlaml., ittimv fur
nWiln,; ut with n lni;r nuinlKT nf )le. I.cl
f'lilni lie the ilcrnlcr rennl.
"A TIMH 7'0 I.AUair."Shm6n.
llnnlly nny manlier of tnclely ltnioicii
l.ir Ihnti n etll.1hle v,if,. The cninlilllly nf
l.ini:hlct It lltimi: in Immili tmluic, hut per
hnH no niher f.icnlly (t Mralnnl m thlt.nnil
"pity 'lit 'lit Ituc." I'or hit will put In
rout Ihc ttt mint of 'Miic lniit th.il Innncnt
nt, i;ie lime tn ifi(;lion, lirrnU up Ihc tnlltt,
iiwn the tnlnil lo (;imhI fellovithlp, "'H'l'
In .lullnrtt, "wntin ihc cneklct of Ihc licntt,"
ami let it i;llnt of nunthlne Into our ilniU
rlmmlier, liken rmtini;, iMe-tptitllni;, I'lumly
ilcfylnticnchlnnatlon? (Jet In compmy with it
inntcof liatil wotkeil lnw)crt nfler llic tcvetc
ttminofmliy In mint, tnitllni; prrcedcntt,
lirn.K-illii; wltncttct, Imnilionillni; Juinrt,
tplilllnC Inirt In Ihc )u.l(;ct-nml fnilhilh
jou fine Ihcni hriiii'liit; out their ticaturct, new
nml 0I1I, offun-l.nlen ilorict, some nfthcin
pcihapt only (c than thoeklni; in "can ki
lite." The tnltlli waxct fatt anil futlimt, nml
ttlial ttltli Ihc alt of hcaily atanJaii, the thoult
nml tcrcntnt of laughter, the wellinK e)et, the
lKllly contortinnt, all tnlni;tctl with the ilcntc
reck of the nicotian, nml all Ihc more MriUnn
from the eontrntt wilh the uMcmoullicil as
lonlthment of omc catiial lay-tpcclalor, yon
hic a scene 'which only llo;atth couM nilc
I'tcn ft Symposium (It mm it not nn nn
hcanl ofthini;. nml rctcrcml ecclcsilttlct nt
tcmlilcil liy tlicintchci lay asiile the Maid ili'i;.
nity of Ihe cloth, anil Mimpluomly enjoy their
mild jokct and chatlc play of wit.
Hut at before Intimated the burden bearers
p,ct but now and then a whiff of lhiiffrTi'Af,
whereat, they ought to be "nitrnutly oxid
ircil," once In ctiry workinn .lay in Ihe )car.
And so it comes to past lint he who can easily
stir thcvibranl strings of laughter in his fellows
is a recognircd benefactor and liter sure of a
smiling welcome among them. It is curious
to sec how they seem to hang on his words and
their faces lo take on a mirthful look almost
before he begins trt speak. There is nascent
laughter in the twinkle of his c)c, and the up
curte of the corners of his mouth. ou leave
him and go sour way in licttcr humor with
)oursclf and all the world. "May his tribe
increase," and his "shadow ncter lie less.'
IS IT A NEW DODGE?
The got eminent semi-official organ informs
us that "nt a meeting of the Hoard ol Health
held on Thursday last it was resolved by the
Hoard to take measures for the imitation of
sUtcrs of charity to.assist the nursing of the in
digent sick in this country." Wc hate noth
ing to say in disparagement of such a proposal;
nor do we for a moment doubt that atast field
is here open for the operation of those Chris
tian virtues ami that beneficent influence, in
the exercise of which this sisterhood has !
Lcomc so justly famed. Philanthropic people
will hail their advent among us and aid and
bless their efforts, irrespective of sect or creed.
In reference to the action of the Hoard of
Health in this matter, wc have no doubt but
that the Hoard would have us take it as a
purely philanthropic move on its (art. This
view we would glady accept, were its actions
in other matters connected wilh the sanitary
welfare of the nation such as to induce a be
lief that it w as accustomed to being moved by
more tender considerations than those of mere
olicy, or the immediate personal advantage of
its members and their connections. Hut wc
have been able as j et to descry no results of
its action that are not licttcr explainable upon
the supjiosition of a grovelling policy than true
regard for the health or happiness of the
Wc have little faith in the ability of men to
reform themselves when passed beyond ma
turity into the decline of life; and, therefore,
remain incredulous of the possibility of such
Incoming suddenly moved to philanthropic
acts who have plavcd such a put as has been
plavcd by the Hoard in its manner of dealing
wilh the question of leprosy. Here the all
important consideration of the life of the peo
ple was made subsidiary to a dastard policy
that sought only to make capital for itself out
of human misery; and was satisfied in seeing a
whole nation, if necessary, poisoned lie)ond
hope, so long as a weak political prop was
gained thereby. A determined and fast-grow-'nl!
opposition to so gross an outrage was all
that effected its abandonment and policy again,
but policy nevertheless, though this time In the
right direction, is that which is now dealing
with the leper as common reason and" philan
thropy would direct. The parsimony of the
Hoard in dealing out sanitary benefits among
the eople has been ill in keeping with the
great professions and promises of its president
made before the Legislature, and the largc'ap
propriatlons qf money induced thereby. The
much-talkcd-of hospitals to lie erected through
out the Islands remain Jet unbuilt, while, in
stead of attending to the supply of more uni
versal and effective medical aid, obstacles have
been, in more instances than one, thrown in
the way of practitioner already cmplojcd.
The Huaid through the ergan of its president
has already complained of Wing cramped for
want of funds; but no explanation is vet at
hand of how those funds have been run short.
No addition has been made to the staff of
country phvsicianst no hospitals have leen
built, such as are Imperatively needed In each
of the large districts) and the Uikt of Kala
wao are suttcrcd to remain without the attend
ance of a phtsician or even an Intelligent per
son somewhat acquainted wilh diseases and
remedies to administer to them In the various
other ailments to which leprosy renders them
more titan ordinarily liable, Mercy and justice
diuunds that a resident phv.iclin be scut
Ixl the Hoard first attend to these things,
and give some evidence that it Is pulling to its
legitimate use the money so liberally volej for
such purjiOM by the Legislature, and we may
then believe that the mote now set on foot Is
not a mere cunning design to save funds, and
at the same time to come tn for a share of Ihe
approbation which must nccewajily attend the
Institution of such a mission as U propuwd.
Tho JUgractful condition of our road, in
and about the town has loug been a subject of
comment ; but notwithslaadisg ill ttut bat
lietn Mid from lime to lime, that condition le .
mains the sme, or lint slightly Improved, there
lielng Init a few short ircthint of rind wotlhy
at all nf such A name, rrom the piomltct
made by Ihe present nitmlnlttratlhn, and the
wonderful foirtlghl and cxrcullre nbillty tup
khcI Id l Intent Iheicln nl ill Inception, at
well nt Ihc laigr amount nf me.iht which It
luMtlcil nl bring able lit cninmltd lit pre
tcndiM appreciation f lite limit of ihe ctxmlry,
and III nHrttnl drtrrmlnatinn In provide fur
Ihe snmr In nccordancr wilh the mmns nt Its
rlltixnvtt, one would nilurnlly hnvd eicrlol
lint Ihe inrlinHill, nt lentl, would soon Inve
been put Into n condition not actually obstruct
iveof travel nmong lit mutt buty mam. Ilul
nrlunllty nnd iipnnillnn, In this parllcultr
cnte, scent tn Inve Iwcit at widely dlvctgi nl nt
prmnltr nnd fiilfillmcnl In sundry other mil
trr lirtwecn Ihe government nml Ihe people
under Ihr etltllng riilcrt. Ilrttofnll, lime
wntntked In which toilcvcln; nnd mnliire
their most wondrous schemes ; after rentonahlc
lime, duly clnwd, wilh no sign nfwork be
gun, enmc the plaintive cry r.f -tia mtnty I
only Villi or Ihl Ai r, iii,I Imii I Then Ihe
work would lie puthed forward with nn energy
to MiipcMilout nt lo put to M 11 li even the very
lioitllng by which It hnd been hcrnldcd. Kt
K?clally would Ihlt lie the cntc with our meant
nf travel ; nnd the toult Uxm which il would
tlqirml, would be fiitl In Older for attention.
In nntlcltallnn nf gigantic, tmhcrt.il mul tho
rough work, roaibcnglncers - In Ire Selected In
foreign counlilcs were talked of; bridge in
spectors nnd roidtuiervitort-in general for Ihc
ietcctive Minds weie niKilntei but Ihe
hillliant nntlclpillim seems so far In hive bun
but Ihe labor of Ihe mountain in bringing fntth
The promise of a coronation nml other sopt
for Ihc roynl mouth, formed the platform upon
which the present incumbents of office rode
into place nnd power, nnd their lltHsil!onnml
ntiihty lo carry on the farce to lis culmination,
fount Ihc tenure ukmi which those officers arc
held. This being so, It it pcrhais nothing lobe
wondered nl, tint even ronbtnaklng should be
come subservient thereto ; that the roads of
Ihc town should be allowed to remain in such
a condition tint a little wet weather liiinuill.
alcly transforms them Into vast quagmires tin
pitsablc In many places ; while the crossroad
leading to the ilrill-gtvmiil Is lieing carefully
and thoroughly put In order. Soldiers wear
white pints, nnd bad remit, cither from dust
or mud, nre Inconsistent with their best ills
play, especially when exhibiting themselves in
the "Grand Review " which is to take place
during the "Coronation festivities," before
the crowned-heads and other "distinguished
guests" come from the far ofT countries of the
world : merchants, mechanics, nnd working
men, do not wear uniforms, and therefore it is
not so essential that their means of travel
should lie? looked to or cared for. If they de
rive a benefit incidentally from the roads
which arc being made for the accommodation
of visitors and royal quarters to Ihc Coronr
lion, they should be satisfied. The near ap
(roach of this event has rendered it necessary
tint the road from the steamer wharf of I'osltr
5. Co. to the l'alace should be put in repair ;
this is now being done ; and it shall not be
said of "distinguished guests," as it has liecn
of our own people for months and years, that
in the event of a little rain they wcrccom
pcllcd to wade through roads licttcr adapted
to taro or rice culture than as a foot passage
for human licmgs. We trust that the "ills'
tinguishctl guests" will not have occasion
dining their stay, to visit any parts along Men
chant street, between Richard and King, or on
Queen street, lictwcen Nuuanu and Richard ;
or, that if such is the case, it will be duly ex
plained to them that these roads are mainly
designed for the travel of that unimportant
class of people known as merchants, mechanics
KURKOWING JN 11UNCIIB0WL.
Remarks have often been made in refrence
to the want of foresight that has existed here in
the way people have been allowed to make ex
cavations tqion the land forming the slojic of
l'unchbow I. For quarying, and other purposes,
deep and extensive have been allowed to be
dug without regard to'thcir unsightly nature,
and with no other thought as to the future use
of the land in their vicinity. The use, how
ever, which is now being made of all lands in
the vicinage of the town, more than ever at
tracts attention to the reckless nature of the
waste which has been, and still is, practised
in this paticular. Had reasonable discretion
and foresight lcen used in the matter, insted
now of having numerous gaping and dangerous
pits useless themselves for any other purjioses
than those to which they have already been put
and which must greatly detract from the value
of the land now put to building use in the
vicinity, we might have several acres of nicely
graded land eminently suited to the needs of
settlers. We think it desirable that attention
should lie paid to this subject, and the further
progress of mining, after the fashion in use, be
stopped, in so far as the Government is capable
of exercising its control. It will be a latv
start, but it will be a start justified by the ad
age, "better late than never." It would not
lierhaps "pay" at present to go to the exense
of filling in these artificial pits; but a slight
degree of good engineering to Ire used, here
after, would not only prevent a continued
waste; but would effect the removal of much
of the unevencss natural to the land in ques
tion, and greatly enhance 1st value.
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
The Coronation costumes have arrived, and
we are told that the l'alace presents dally n
lively scene. Dress rehearsals are now the
Road-cleaning Is being done on portions df
Richards street. This is necessary for certain
ireople who have occasion to travel to and
from the l'alace In the direction of Ihe im-
It it true that the Foreign Office lias received
from a number of Great IVmers, in reply to the
Invitation to the coronation, several reams of
blank paper, in the shape of Tool' Cap, alike
The Coronation Committee have invited the
faculty and pupils of Oahu College and Ka
waialuo Seminary to juilicipate In the pio
ccstion on Coronation day, like sensible
people they decjinc.
In the nutter of the proposed widening of
Merchant street, it was suggested the other day
that the Government had better show Its abi
lity Intake careof the street already thcie,
before contemplating an Increase of Us area,
Il was saiil, the rule here was, the more street,
Ihe more mud,
The crown-jewels are said to be valued at
between forty and fifty thousand dollars, and
were presented for the puiuse by several of
the mitt'dUtinguiched potentates of the world.
We, arc curious lo know Ihe names of these
considerate personages j and hope the gems
vs ill not have to be paid for, He souegtsvet
uugnificcut gifu that have been received,
Among the South S IsUndc.'i who re
turned by the Mn wm use named Kirvnuu,
who wm Woubt to Honolulu nnd Mat Uck
nl Government espente lie hat been rn
gtged In duties at the llnracks during hit nay
here nnd giret luck n ulJItr. Was KltlinatM
given Ihlt military education llli 'iy tlcw tr-
ward n "ptlmicy" tnotemcntln the rntlfie,
hrginnlng nl llic (illbett ItlamU?
We ilnlrd In rtnr lal Imie Ihat n cabinet
niftlng had Um held for the sjicdil nuVrre
of rontlilrilntj the ndlblllly or nlhcrwltc of
culling I'igether the t-rgUbilme I Init Ihe Imth
of ihe statement It denied by Ihc '. t Aittr
llirr. 'Ihe quenllon nfmnelly Ihut nililng
Ix-twecn ut nnd emr rmlfmraty, we confi
dently leave to Ihe nililic lo ilccldr at 111
nddlug, however, that the iroilllon received
the content nfnnnjotlly (if the cnblinl, ihe
Att'irncy General nlone remaining (inn In hit
npKtllliin In Ihe move. Whether or not hit
uiiintel In the mailer will alter the Intention
of hi. rollmeurt remains, set to Ire ren I but
it Is currently lirllnvcd thai they nic Inclining to
Ikj goumnl linn liy.
The native nf New Hngland, fatm brril,
will icadily remember thlt iliwigtccnhlc kind
of spring wotk, In April, or nt rtiily nt the
wvnlhcr would permit, jutt nt the ground was
thawing, the hardy vnimgtter wat sent afield
lo gather up the ttonct, that vnncliow had
woik'cd their wny to the surface, and cast them
tiKiti the yearly Increasing henpt lint hid the
oulcroit of the granite ledge. Or cite they
were to be flung betide the old wall, built of
former stony tpolli, In dispute with wild
blackbcity vines the hmcIoii of Ihc half-rod
of wntlehlid, that skirted-the field. The
air, bleak nn chilly, was but scantily wanned
by the pale sun, nml Ihc surface of Ihe ground,
softening ns the frost slowly yielded, formed
mud beneath Ihc feet. The Imy, often nlone,
wrought nt his unwelcome task with cold
fingers nnd moody ficc. There was no
sliinulut In the work, and the bare fields and
leafiest ww.lt In sight wore a dreary atrecl.
To him it wat n toil of merely physical cmlur
ance. Hut the good firmer seldom omitlcd
to have it done pcrparatory to the spring plow
ing. Ah the slony, sterile soil of new
I'ngland I It wat the hard nnd persistent
effort lo sulnluc nnd cultivate il, nnd Ihc rigid
economy in the utc of its products, that trained
nnd equipped many a )oung man lo conquer
difficulties and achieve succcst in the fresh
ficldsnf aclion which his vast country opened
Whether there be not something t) (ileal
in that "rock picking," was Ihc query sug
gested as the vision of early flay, glided across
the magic mirror of memory.
In the culture of the Individual man, in the
intellectual nnd moral progress of society, in
the growth and elevation of the nation, some
of the hardest of the Spring work it still the
removal of the stones from the field. Ignor.
nncc, error, vice, crime are stones continually
coming to the surface, and not seldom it the
weather the circumstances of Ihe lime un
fit orablc for the work. Sometimes still the
resolute stone-picker must toil alone, and the
aching hands, the muddy feet and the cheerless
proscct of the fanner loy do not lack their
analogies. Now, as of old, it is a question of
endurance, not physical, but moral.
And the stones, whir becomes of them ? a
part perhaps, are hurled into the limbo of for
gotten things, and w c arc quit of them forever.
Hut it may happen that some eager philosopher,
or experimental scientist will have a hot fit to
investigate the bed-rock, long hidden beneath
aheap of them, and forthwith he excavates,
plants his dynamite, and with a crash scatters
far and wide the accumulations of years.
A sorry job for Ihe farmer in the coining spring I
Or metaphorically, behold the waste stones
thickly piled on some barren spot aSing Sing
aSanQuintenl Or again, some restless inno
vatcr grulis up the tangled briars along the
edges of society, and affronts the sun with the
rocky desolation, perhaps dragging it down
once more upon the borders of the fertile land,
driving out the black snake, and the dun
adder to seek shelter in the standing corn.
And so perhaps it must be, till the last stone
of the mountain is carried by the floods to the
plain till the plain has been cleared of its
last boulder till the waste heaps have decom
posed and crumbled into soil so long must the
ever repeated process go on, and the good
farmer, reformer and statesman must ) ear by
year patiently clear his land, and make ready
for his precious crops. V,
THE NATIVE PRESS.
SOME WORKS OP IMPORTANCE.
This New Year's day was a red letter day
Id the life of Mr. Wilder. We think of the
enterprises he set on foot during the time of
his ministry, and of the plans he had for the
advancement of the government ; for these he
should in our opinion be esteemed as the min
istcr whose name'shines asoncwhoservcelwcll
the government and the nation. He works
with cnercv at the enterprise to which he
makes up his mind, and strives to fulfill with.
honesty any engagement he has entered into
with the government or with a corpora
The steamer Likclikt wasjhe result of his
energy. He it was who directed the (dans and
specifications of the vessel, and made the con
tract with the builders, and the same is true of
his olher'smaller steamers.
The bridges and roads were looked after
sharply during his premiership, and there was
a prospect under his rule tliat all Ihe districts
would Ire well supplied with boat landings,
bridges and roads.
Hut as by the blast of a typhoon, the re
matnder of his works were swept away and the
out districts were left to decay to the present
time. There was much regret felt by the na
tion for the abrupt closute of his admlnUtra
The houses built for gain and the licensed
houses also. The wash house and the ice fac
tory be put up ate now reaping the rich fruits
of his forethought. The government it fortunate
In those (quarantine) houses which, inspiteofthe
opposition oftiiscollcagucs, his far-seeing wisdom
caused to be elected at Kakaako, a barricade
against the (resilience of 1881, lo protect the
nation against the people who were looked
when the emigrant ships came in their passen
gers were quarantines! there, and not allowed
to mis freely with the j-cople, a wise and prac
The rail-road. This was a gieal work, cut.
ting along the face of cliff and through the
hills, bridging valleys, winding Its way for
twenty miles from Maliukona to Niulil. This
work went on rapidly under the lands of this
energetic nun. This is a blessing to the people
of Kohala ax well as to all travclltrs, and Ihe
government will douUless reap a profit through
this enterprise of Mr. Wilder, and through Ihe
tranfer of merchandise, which will be traiuv
ported rapidly to and from the sugar pUnta
lions of Kohala. 0
The Marine Railway. This Is Mr, Wilder'
New Year's gift, and that same day the steamer
MAjIU via, drawn up with rapidity, to the
Isumense satisfaction of the people who won
tiered al the potter of steam 'to lift the (at
meose weight of the heavily tulUttcd cradle
with the added weight of the .nVIpii uiftt
' Wc are intotuicd the casino have sutficieot
power to straw up a wb( thro luo;t that of
itve WhUm ii 6M lio.
We herewith unrest mir unbounded admira
Hon for Mr Wilder', great triumph In all the
wniks he hf eariled mi In Ihe country.
. . . . . ' .
-lu Aim, Jan. 6.
SCENE n'ON KINO OIIN.
The following dialogue lietwecn King John
i if ItngUnd nml Cnnl, I'embrnke nnd Hllt
Intry It taken from the second scene, Act IV,,
of ShnketixNirc'i play of "Klngjolm," audit
(luhlltliol In the I'ltM as Irelng peculiarly ap
plicable ntllilttlmr to millers In Hawaii i
A" JihH Ifrrf ntKs,.ln w.tli,nfv,t,,tnrrnwnM,
Ami w'A i.;.in, I lwi, dh th..fi.l 9 y...
'tm 1 hit W. (In," lt Ida! ynwr MjUo.
V mic, ,iip.ilti.n. : ynu ..it ernriM lfnt .,
Aa'I ihtt Mil. rey.liv .at nV.r r-ltittl rnTl
'Hi f.ttlt eifm.n M'f Ulnl wtiitr.li ;
1'rt.fi tttlttlnn irrmMM hnt lti Und
Will, any loni'il Airtltsnir, m Ull.r al.l,,
W, 'I Vr.iw., t'l lr m,sWil with iUilil. lwn,
hi giuril a till, lht m rich hfot,,
'I n lll rfmil ,'J.I, In 'nt Um IB j,
til llirow . Imfnm, nn Hkt tiM,
'tnaffloffln ht r., nr ..I I anmli.r Im.
Untn Ih. rnlnhnw, cr with lt..r IIlil
f .k Ih. Uhi of h4t"n In garnish,
t wtieriit .nil riiltfulntft tat. at,
Vnr lint lhl ywiF rnyl ,t.atnr, muse h. ii.m.,
'Ihlt ,'t It .ian.iKl.nl lain nwililt
Ami, In lh I.st ttatln,, trouhlevmir,
lltln, untct at a llm, unfl'on.tft.
Sttt, In Ihls, (h. anikiu, an.1 ..II n4.d tttm
Or laln nld form It mirth uWignr.il 1
Anil, hk . fthiri.it wind unto . tall,
tl make, ih, eotirs. nrihwahit t'j f.tel. .hrnit ;
ftlartl.a and frfftilaesintt'l.rall'jn ;
MaVr. anun.1 utlnl'n alts, and trull. ftu.i.fl,
For ;mlting Mil an nw a fathtofl'i! ml.
rim, Wli.n wotVm.n airl.a In iw letter than wall,
llityihrconfimnil ih.lriliitl In rit.lnusn.tt ,
Ami, ftftnllnff, electing of h fault
Duel, male lli. fault ill. wortn if tli. .tent. ;
At trittht art Ufion . hllle hreach,
Discredit mot, tn hilling t,t h fault,
'I harr .ltd tli. fault U-for. Il wal an Jialth'd,
.StA To ihlt eflVct, IWorn you t ra hew-crownM,
We lirrath.il our counsl I Init il llsi your hlchmtt
1 0 nvtrhrar II ; ami we arc all well ljl.as.il,
Sin'", all .ml etrry aft of whai we wouM,
Doth mase A ilanil al what your hlghnett will.
A Jehn, iSim reason, of ihlt douhl? corunatton
1 hate .js.sVil you wilh, .ml ihlnk th.rn ftlrong '.
Anil more, wire ftlrong (wh.n leaser It my f.ar)
I shall Indue you wilh t m.anflric, Init Ask
What you would have rrform'd thai It not w.ll,
Ami well aliall you txtcelve how willlnsly
I will both hear anil ,rant you your rcquta.
JUST RECEIVED 1
ami for sale al MRS. TIIOS. LACK'S
.... tlrimirrntH Ittlhtbtr Vittlrmn.
Ihr I.tiiht-ltHttHhty ftr orr.n ,Siif r.f
Jlurlitnr hh.I Ihr fittprorr.l litttnr Mntt'
Ihr ll.ittil Sr.rhtj Jfarhti.r. 1,4-im
PROGRAMMK OF Till
To Us held on
Thursday, Feb. 22, '83
Com matting at , ;. Sharp.
-Coronation Purse, Prize
J fir.f Vf.irr. J'rre Ut all
J large Jin re,
Prize $ 12$
Frrr to nil.
3 Kapiolani Purse,
GOarrl Gig litter.
i-'rre lo all
Canar unlntf Jlrr jHidtllem,
J-'rre to all.
J-'rre to alt.
1'itrtlr Intruding to enter for Ihe Jit-
titttu, are reuenletl to leave Ihe namm of
their Jtoala ! Color before the 8th of
February , trtth J. II'. Jtobertuotu
tST Rule and other irtformaiion appertaining to tht
Regatta may be obtained on appllcaukm to J, W. Rob
J. U. KAWAINUI.
CAPT. A. FULLER.
14 U Jtegntta Committee.
HE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. HXGZIJSTG tC Co.,
AV.ft Xuuanu St., lfoHetulu 11. .,
Sole agents for thc&e Islands. A full ho. of the
.mil " AMjM-rfor"
and Futures for the um alwas,-, in acock.
JOII WORK PROJIITLY DONE.
Telephone No. 211. "'-l'
FURNISHED ROOMS-In wiles and sinel., in
de.ira.Ue locality; aulutle for privare famdy.
r,4 CAvr.nAuita Aur,itut
TRANSLA1 lONS-Frora llawalun to Encllsh,
and t-ict stria. Terms moderate. CWENAGIFS
SKFUI. CHINESE I10VS TweNe dollara per
J month. CAVKNAOll'S AOKNCV, No. t
T V. WANGENHEIM,
I UANUfACTVaU or
.ii'j'.K viiwit, aisar.H iikkii,
And Non.Aixohouc Ukveragks,
llercianU Street, tee. Fort Street and Garden Lane.
Almanac ami Annual for JHH.'t
It now ready for delivery.
Price. . soeenlt each Malted Ateuad.,.,eVicentt
114-im TIIOS. (1. THRUM, PuUlsher,
WANTED liy younc nun .ho b not occupied
Ml SalunLav. cmblo.nieot Ice lhAl il.v i t.
atJ. to keep LuAa or da couvtD. Address j is.
', llonolulu. lajt
XTOTICR-Mr. Thousat Ram Walker hat been lUt
X slay sdnutteu at a member of our rum.
Honolulu, January i, iSS.
XTOriCE.-AAcr this sUt. I .01 sot U rnnwaiU.
IN for d.Us eonlracted a .lux th, AKTV-SIAN
fCE WORKS without a wruten ordee from WillUm
McKay. W. K. IOSTLR. llct.Wior.
Honolulu, January 6, iMt. its-im
AITONG LEONO CO.,
NeUAKU Srttrx, Cob.Maihi,
IsreHl. far Jfs4Muf Snymr, i'lifu.
And KeUua Kk. Iluslailoa anj MUL
THU LATEST NOVKLTV,
TMHVTKS Of UAWAilAX rKHMK,
A Souvenir of th. Season, by Local Wrhcts,
and "Hawaii Nei."
1'UUl.ISUED V THOS. C. THRUM,
tHe; t'e.l, K.eA. Ill
HOTICtrroMSjU sM ikiaaauWon, l-i
only It autlwrlwd la alaa 14. in BfM of W4
40. Wwmi Lauiis,
WenQ AavM Axe!.,
DtcMaVw a, Mc
-prumio op Tim
I'.iiflli' I'''' t'hlri' MtlMifiirtori,
llllttt TANIA ttrHIHX hlaw.iru
l'ic Cider and Ginger Jeer,
or turt.m. ;.tir, i
All K(n1 nf Hon-Aleoholle Iter.racM,
D'al.rt ami ih, iUtfl tn n.r.l ,r. tWiJ l ,he
my !...,, . l.ir iiw, an-t 1 ifj wsurw iry 1
I. tMittrn.it nf tMr ntln,wnrwmKlrr
Thn Trait. Sappll'4 At Htonahl. Rata,
I V WANOKWIIr'IM.
if 4 jm
l'rnMHnf .m) Mam,fM4Nrf.
U ( rutHwifi. Ag'fiw, K O.WAM.KR,
lfi m Motet mri atrt. iff
cri If F.
I h... Ihk (tav an.1 U. C...M.eh Jk Ga
IV Ira.nt of Ih. IIM.t Ktfr Mail.l, t
., oMwh r4.tMii In ,annthnii ll newfifin t.
Ih. fatmahl. Art iA tnf lumtf 1lrtfc
ItmolulM, January I, 1H1 K fl WAI.MIK.
Ila.tn, purthl ll fnr.l writ of the llt.llfrl
Markrl, w are mrw fiftiarl In wJy oM rwrtomm
ami nw on', whh tin I'M iruttly of H..f, Mm last,
I'oiV, Veal, I'uulny .ml lea al mulri i.Iim, (ffh
lifnt; tlA-l l.h lit. .f CAVr.MAOII til
Ifwv-'luhj, January I, .Mr l
nplll' IIOTP.I. STRKET MAHKET
It now In a ;.M!ilon.tri n;4jr lh.ir tasrini .W Ii
Prime Mutton, Veal
ml everything In the m.al line.
Aeiof hi yn.ir Itr.lrr: I'rom.l llrllrrri.
,4if CAVF.MAtill ft Or.
TO 1,1-rr 'I wn m Unfornishetl Room., fit.
minute, walk from V.MfAl. CAVFNAtSli S
Freh enlgnm.rt . wime dMneslic
CAVKNAtOl'S AtJI.NCV, 1.4
On. oiis top Ituggy, In go-.! mAt
I (I wo
Iwo teals), lli'ali tvr
rs McAllister a grossman,
Will ojn their office, for th. cot, al llt comer of
Hotel uv .Vlakea Mreett, Honolulu. i4 I"
OriCI Alllieraon. luting cUimt agalnrt ihe
i-.uale of it. I. Rose. Jeceised. will Jcau! le-
nl ihein lo llie undersigned ; and all person. imleole,l
lo Ih. .bore estate wUlple.se: aellln iheir aceounlt liy
laymentlo K. A, SCHAKKKR.
lionoiuiu, Jan. 11, ic.j. .'n s-
One or I -ra nun- rruidt iW rnirwlmit children and fix
auifUnce In th houwhold.
Apply to no. 3 XTi
lis, fin dttcllmir Itoub. No. i ItartanU street, next
ditor to A. W. Srnhh. For furtlir tarticuUr ppf lo
i4-4t ItMXografii (5liTjr, Fori St
OLLISTER & Co.,
Whole alf ako Kktail
and manufacturer of AERATED WATERS.
Importerfand Dealers in
Oennine Patent Medicine,
Fancy and Toilet Artlolett.
Sole Ajents for the Celebrated
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
JielfdHt Ginger Ale,
59 Nuuanu St, and Corner Fort and Merchant St.
HONOLULU, II. lo)
M. WENNER & Co.,
oa Four SiatiT, IIosolcui, H, I.,
llave rv-oueacd at the old ttand with a tw
and carcfallr levied uock of
And Clocks, All kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac
Ladic vroulddo well to call and examine our uock cl
llracclcti, uorxbet, Lucfcct. l-JTiftt, etc
whKh cr etueoalljr wltxtrd with a
iw to wul the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
TIm rtpairioe steanchof our Umne rcud a an
nponani one, artu an w eMrutxeu tu u ui
be executed tn a manner wcood to pone
Of every drscttjeion done to order. WrtlcuUr attrn
tton U paid lo order and Job work frum ihuhf(
ItvUndtv. U hde thanVtnc the public Ua pa a
favor, we return tu hope thai our long ex
perience In the laXuidt wvll ctiabte u
to obtain a fair .dure of pitrcaaj;
' in the future.
'QuUkMrnlemmma MmtmU J'rjH,"
I our motto, and we Uull keep lo nvxk evfrrartiVle la
ouriuttf C4 iMtvUieu. iy"-
OOUETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN
Made Hiprelr foe the Itdaitd.
BackU Dam PdrM,
avtrroRNiA kii lace,
IW Clw Tpnv
llrocan. new hat,
I julV Wbble liutton Croquet &hoe.
Mi and ChUdrea' bh-Js tc
Uv th Sue I ha received a tu-k of Lad .1
Ceau and Ctuldrea' ollOt, etc, maiwfaatued ta
tujr order I-j tnu mat ttc.
J, if. LYXCII,
No. M KM2 TkiKT ,Koaoi4rtv
NOTlCIwKake I Hereby iv.n lUt I tvatoap
piUuted Lvai ( klnX of Uauoakea rrif HtMa
lulu, to Pe af true ana ifu. aitawtvey uiua my air-
trtata rrosvi itua ainxi.fwn. amwh ( v
haa, lccembeci. i!4a Hil
--pHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN UKICK.
G. XXGLIXO A Co,,
AVjA'.m.. Sl.t ltluU,H, A
Sola t4s L. lhM Isiusdt, TV. best COtALag Ah.
paratuawrta. n.iiiaiset, riwet ot raMaiy,
KANOHS 4 FIXTURES uk at
Untl. War., Jsm.,
Always l uock.
EJkit wkecuao. foe tattUa; up xy,, tssry
CimUri ImJ Prit4 m Mi'ii. iV,
II J WOf.Tr, I'Mfll'HIKIOK,
tCtlannwnwnl.h4tfnVm4itiHiM tWt In ,i
fl ihi W Km nfwl ih. AtWr, fUIawt hr.
frnm a. , Ittl In r t
Cl(ait, pfp.t and
0n rf rnal l.Jinrt ttm Orst-'laM marrt-
IuimU. h 1n (ttitalnM ami .hi m
mMnJ frt llm. I. ItfM
() IrrwHrkV A IUtt'M.t.l
It m.rtt wtlh Ik tim.lMnl(, fwf . It.ft s4
,atr It, ess. eav. ftfcttt.t
I laVe rjnl ph-attireM! Infiemin, fnr frler.lt sm! th.
pnhfie In fenerah thai I ha.
REM OVE D
To tag ntetoret
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I own w'rih an emir. MKW STOCK Or JEW
KI,kV,SOLIIJ GOI.1IAND PLAT t II,
of all description am a compute
HIIA'IUl-I'LATKl) H'A HE,
Ae.nl for Slmpton'i, HalTi, Steefs and Roter'f
Sil.er Pilled Ware In-- of Ihe Gemus.
American, Valtham and Elfin
Will UatUfore.A SPECIAL KRANCH OF MINE'
Warranting all Work. A foil line of ,
Spectael. nnd Eyeytittie.,
Thankful forth. condence shown me. I umte ihe
public to inspect my stock before firchati& elve
where. My food uandin In thit Kinedoco, froen lont; year,
cxpenctxe tn Ihu busseM, it A ruarante. thai I shall
offer Ihe ItfeST al the VKRY LOWEST PR1CLS. I
have spared no expense In aeledin, new Uock In order
to keep up mr repueatkia And I. pw Mte.iact.on.
'HOS. C. THRUM,
TIIC ISCIIr-r, II LATX AAAirAU,
or tKLrrftoss I.
CRACKLED GLASS VASES,
Windsor Nertrtom '
FINE LFLVTHER & PLUSH UAGS, latest Ulet.
PURSES. CARD CASES. MUSIC ROLLS,
INKSTANDS, GLASS PAPER WEIGHTS.
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full AStonment cf UlesJ ttjlet la L. fjlowtd .Uh
regular tupp&e each Asomh.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A &ne a.jiiiDccst of Utea noeltr la
NAPKINS, Ac. bc
Th. tlonnid. are opened m th. FORT STREET
STORE, (IUc.n'. lUk) and at. placed at th
toweM fta-sirel f. tlb. .ns.UMra.imnu eT tturerf,
llvsh lli. rOHf AND MkKL'IIANT
oa as hlcral a Um. ta lb. public
At powtblr, cvauiseasaratc wuh
FIRST. CLASS GOODS,
an all cases.
Currcpumlew, restwsfijtir .Jw.itel a.4 Otks
ahhuUr atlraJni to. 1 . tV T. Ulr. J-au,i
la AAM.aatt the select. of lh Larfeti
auj Sivcu ttosh J it ISO Ll.KNE.
0U aad 1'kU.L.Vr.MION
Art iM Fmacy Gsftlt,
For eh. FaHTtaJ.. due .... U .tuch .3 U ,i.eav
oa receipt U Laun. l.roec Ahu tutinc Uea
pputMed Aftnt L. th.
American Tract Society'
AfidtttockUtlusedauaU. HOOKS. aHWLKS aaj
Ts.bTAMt.V1S . U l.pt at Lud. a.4 a Tatuat.
AalnUL. nad. U iwaUar Sclwl ai Teawktvi
due. LU Itkra. 41-tas
A IIMINISTRATOKS' NOTICE, o
csumI bt Mortaaa. m ithar.l.i. s. l.ai.a.
liil.w.a.l.il. La 1L 1- I. I'iiimiiL
iwaai (fwasUl, Um, sna UtU,w W
m r.t .w4 ... w. a.iai. an
sh. saat. .ahoul Mar.
Adtoliuasnskan " Ms. .IIM.
Mwuhals, Jtwuaw , ttyat
W sM'".' WWafc
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