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SATURDAY, JANUARY it, iMi.
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lypet will not be admitted Into nor enltirniiat
neither will attrrrtltmtenta he dmlttdlntn"rrai.
lng" cotnmnt, at any prlc. Thete rules will be
rightly ailliMed In,
Tlic tililillc schools oiiencil nn Momlny 1.1st
nrul l'urulim tm Weilnrwlajr,
The mint mm, ncmpnl up from Purl street
nflcr llio rain In the cnily itfit of tin: week
nrul rnilnl nwrny.
Wcrnll llie nllcnllon of trtiilttn In Ihc nrtl
clc on llic iil!i!c pi;ca cnlilltil the "I'rnh
Alt I'unil l!ntciirltc."
Ucv. l-'rniik Thmiiraon, fimiinly of Illlo, In
now living near New Voile nnil la, wc hear,
Tlic wcnlrict lilt licril ilillc cool Ihla week
nml heavier clollilni: linn li usually worn in
(Ills latitude la finiiul ciy comfoilrililc.
The irnccctlln;a iif llic Supreme Cnurt for
Irisl week, oiiiillol In the last laauc of Ihc
I'KP.sa, uill lie fitiiml In lO'ilay'x aier.
Sister Acne of the Sncrcil Heart, illcil Inat
Monday nnd waa Imilctl from Ihc Catholic
church on (he morliing of the olh.
Sait!ri vessels to nml from the co.nl have
Iiecn making very rothI p.u.ircs lioth ways of
laic for thia season of the year.
On Saturday night l.iat nn attempt was made
to fire n building of V. I,. Green's. Kero
sene oil nml n quantity ofgraaa wcrcinc lo
give the fire n giKid start, Imt the attempt for
tunately una unsuccessful.
Amongst those who tucccafully passed Ihc
"Intermediate I.iw Kxamlnatlon" in Ixmdon,
l.ncland, on Nov, 7, 1882, we arc pleased lo
hear the name of our former little fellow towns
man Mr. Joe Kitson.
A correspondent In Connecticut writes that
the copy of the 1'krss is "thoroughly en-
jojed " byn numlicr of readers nnd doubts
"whether there la a copy read anywhere with
more eager interest."
Ucv. G. Wallace will lecture at the hall of
the Library and Reading Room Association on
the evening of January 23d, The lecture will
1 free to all memliers to the Association. Mr.
Cruran's lecture will probably be the next after
that of Mr. Wallace.
The Kalakaua arrived from the coast on
Sunday last with n mail to the 20th nil., nnd
on Wednesday Ihc IV. G. Irwin arrival with
n Post Office mall to thc25lh., followed by the
Falkinburg with n mail for the newsdealers.
They brought a number of passengers.
The marine railway has been doing lively
work. Since the Mokolii, Ihc first vessel
taken up, received her necessary overhauling,
the schooner Ntllit iHcrriand steamer I.thua
were hauled up, repaired and floated ngain,
nnd on Tuesday the Lihtlikt was taken up.
Wc arc informed that Messrs. II. P. Raid
svin nnd W. II. liailcy, who went cast several
weeks ago, have met a number ofthc New
Vork refiners and sugar men and have done
much good in giing them required and correct
information aliout sugar manufacture nnd own
ership of plantations in the islands. They will
undoubtedly do good in disabusing the minds
of Eastern sugar refiners of their erroneous
ideas concerning matters here.
The verdict of the Coroner's jury in the case
ofKaaiwcuweu was that the deceased "came
to his death by injuries received from being
run into by the horse of T. A. Goodwin. Wc
also find that Goodwin used his best endeavor
to avoid the accident, but that it happened
from his furious and careless riding." The
Attorney General has instituted proceedings
against Goodwin on a charge of manslaughter
in the third degree.
Last Saturday night a row occured on the
steamer wharf among a crowd of drunken
natives. One Pacolc and another had some
words aliout procuring a fresh bottle of liquor
and coming to blows others interfered and a
general row was the result. Paeolc was struck
on Ihc head with a bucket and was quite se
qcrcly injured, receiving a scalp wound three
and a half inches in length. He was conveyed
to Ihc hospital by some policemen who arrived
on the scene and had his wound dressed. The
participants in the affray were arrested.
Wc have received from the publishers in
New York a copy of the German illustrated
paper Urn Jit H'tlt, "Rwind the World,"
containing a page of Hawaiian views with a
ihort article on the Islands. The engravings
arc good and the press work is excellent In
fact, they arc above the average. The views
represent Mr. K. O. Hall's residence, a scent
In the Queen's Hospital ground, the Govern
ment building, the Palace and the King's resi
dence at Waikiki. They liave on hand some
forty island lews and character sketches which
they intend to publish from time to time, and
the whole will no doubt make a most interest'
The ChrUtmas numbers of several of the
San Francisco and other American publics
tlons arrised by the Falkinburg on Wednes
day. The Argonaut comes out with a thirty
two column pajxr and contains a vast amount
of Miiesl and interesting reading matter, the
greater part of it prepared sx-cially for this
number, The Wai contains thirty-four pages,
and besides the usual illustrations are six pages
of beautiful California and other Pacific Coast
scenery finely lithographed In colors. It is a
very desirable number. The AW Ltlttr for
Chiistuus has forty-two pages with several
Illustrations. The engraving on the first ge
ofthc com li unbecoming and inappropriate.
On Thursday Pott Surveyor Morrill found
forty half-pound and thrccjjtr-pound tint of
opium iu the foicpcak of the baikcntlne ant
A. Falkinburg, secreted under a pile or coal.
The Custom House authorities base bceo quite
vUriUnt and made a number of sciiures lately.
Kovember 17, twenty half-pound tins were
discovered on the steamer own) December 7
166 half-pound tint on the baikcntlne (
ttvtryi December 21 thirty half-pound tins on
the baikenluie Klikitat all by Mr. Morrill.
Four parties arrested for smuggling have been
coDvicted, and arc now ten ing out their sen
tences. The five-pound tint found on the Fdlk
inburg were seled tightly and each had a ting
k the top, evidently Intended to attach a string
lo and lower then over the tide into the watct
whwv tfcaHC would have been little probability
of drtirrtinu ttota, at the suing only would
haw Ufa above wslar.
V . Ill
, iiflgagiii AitiBgAgitr'r fMiTirn a-"" - : .. -
I'ollce officer Oadt has len dismissed from
(he ollcc force.
Another pigeon shooting mstcli la announced
for today nl Knllhl,
"Sin and lis Ciire'wilTTT Mr. Criuan's
theme Siindsy morning, and "'I he Devil
thiew him Down I" In the etenlng.
'I he Html gave n concert at Ihc Hotel on
'Ihuradiy evening In honor of the German
Consul to Himoa, who departa by Ihc next
Mr. M.J. Rose, proprietor oflhe carriage
factory on King strict, Mi has Iiecn ailing for
some time put, died last Monday nml waa
Imrlcd the following day.
Mr. S, II. Dole has been elected a member
oflhe llomltif Trustees ofthc Planters' I.ilr
nnd Supply Company vice Mr. Theo. II. Da
vie resigned, and Mr. II. Glade vice Ida
brother J. C. Glade resigned.
The schooner Mana, tinder commtnd of
Cnpt. Klbllng, sailed on Thursday, llicillh
Inst,, for Ihc Gllliert Islands with 115 laliorcrs
whose time nfsertlce has expired, and two
On Monday evening last the following were
Installed officers of Harmony Indgc, I. O. O.
f. for the ensuing term t M. D. Monsarrat,
N. G.i A. V, Richardson, V. G. V. S. Der
rick, R. S.j S. I'. I.ilnc, P. S. S. Sell,:,
The Hand will not play this afternoon nt
I'mma Suarc, It being ordered to play nt the
reception of Princess I.lkclikcnt W'niklkl. An
extra concert will lc given nt I'mma Square
on Monday evening, Jnnuary 151I1, nnd the
regular moonlight conceits nt the same place
on Thursday, January 181I1, nnd Monday Ihc
221I, weather jierinittiiig.
On Monday cscnlng last aliout thirty friends
of Cnptnln and Mrs. Ilslicock gave them n
pleasant suprise, It being the twenty-sixth an
niversary of their marriage. The parly went
from Mrs. Dickson's nnd thoroughly enjoyed
themselves -none more so than those supriscd.
The "call" waa made early and Ihc visitors
dispersed before the hour for meeting nt I'ort
Or. C. It. Hitchcock, n noted geologist nnd
scientist, is expected to arrive in Honolulu by
the elustralia from San Francisco ami willgivu
n course of live lectures under the auspices; of
the 1 . M. C. A,, nt such lime nnd place ns
may be selected. This will lie an opportunity
lhal our people should not fail to appreciate
and embrace. The charge will Ijc $3 for the
course and $1 for single lecture.
Judge Kauai, tax assessor at I.ihue, Kauai,
is deficient in his accounts to the extent of
$400, which his lxmdsmcn have had to pay.
Here is further proof of the remarks of the
Press in regard lo Hawaiian, assessors. If
Judge Kauai's discrepancy occurs through er
ror on his part he is incompetent for assessor
or legislator, which iosition beholds; If he
appropriated the money, he should not be
trusted in any public position.
The improvements at the Insane Asylum are
competed and on Thursday the Ministers, Dr.
Hagah and members of the press visited the
institution. The new home for quiet and con
valescent patients will accommodate twenty
five persons. There are no bars to the win
dows and doors, and everything is done to
make it pleasant and homelike for the unfortu
nate inmates. Other improvements have also
been made. Last year fifteen patients out of
a total of sixty were discharged cured.
Ilcforc the Mana sailed from port with the
South Sea Island laliorcrs she is taking home,
she was visited by II. II. M. Commissioner
and Rev. II. Dingham who examined the
cflects of the natives and questioned them as
so their intended use of the fire arms in their
'possession. They only purchased them for the
protection they would afford in their islands
where skirmishes lietwccn different factions
often take place, and have done only what
others would do under like circumstances. It
was found that there was no cause for com
plaint in allowing them to depart with arms
and they were not taken from them. Wc are
glad to know that it is not intended to overawe
Wc arc informed that the supply of water
from the artesian wells on this island is gra
dually falling off, the diminution in some cases
licing very perceptible. Soon after the first
attempts at well boring in this vicinity proved
sscccisful the Press recommended thapeaps
be placed on the pipes lo prevent unnecessary
waste of water which might, in time, result in
a falling off of the supply as had been the case
elsewhere. There being no law requiring
owners of wells to shut off the water when it is
not required for using, they should, of their
own accord, do all in their power to prevent a
waste of water, for should the supply continue
to decrease Honolulu will be stared in the face
by a serious water famine.
The local monthly publications have ap
peared since our last. The rianteri' Monthly
has an unusually large number of editorial this.
month. The following are their subjects :
"The Mungoosc," "Sugar Rollers," "De
risions of the Supreme Court," "The Roads,"
"The Treaty" and "The Annual Production
of Sugar." The communications treat of the
"Reciprocity Treaty," "Cost of Steam plow
ing" and "Seed Cane." The Items depart
ment is interesting as usual. The remainder
of the space is filled up with selections. The
I'ritnJ and Anglican CAurtA Monthly are also
on our table and both are interesting. The
latter looks much belter now that it is printed
on a finer quality of paper.
A most delightful suprise was given to Mr.
and Mrs. S. M. Carter on Wednesday evening,
the twentieth anniversary of their wedding.
Aliout sixty of their friends assembled at the
residence of Judge Ilickcrton and marched in
a body to Mr. Carter's, accompanied by seven
of the Hand boss. They alto had a wagon
load of presents (this being the china wedding)
which embraced handsome tea and desert sett
arulncaily every useful and ornamental article
that comes under the head of china Hare.
Many of the presents were elegant. The sur
prise was ierfcct, and after the congratulations
and explanations the party took osscssion of
the premises, put down a floor cloth In the
parlor, and "tripped the light fantastic" until
one o'clock in the morning. Everything Uiscd
of pleasantly, and all stcrc made happy by the
perfect success with which the programme was
We have iceivcd from the agent, Mr,
William Clark, a copy of the "Treasury of
Song" published by Hubbard Ilrothcrs, Phila
delphia. It it a neatly bound volume of 33a
pages and contains the most complete and va
ried selection of standard tongs with both
wotdt and music, that we have teen. The
best known of American, English, Scotch and
Irish tongs and translation from several European
tongue are to be found In its pages, and the
most famous authors and composers of all na
lions ate represented
The entire range of
I vocal mule, taacd and secular, hat been caic
fully and thoroughly examined, nnd from all
lis departments have been selected lids valua
hie collection ofthc rarest gema, suitable for
all times and wrsons nml ailicularly adapted
lo the home circle. The compiler Ins not
only chosen the favorites among the old songs
with which wc (ill have lccn familiar since
childhood, lmt has shown excellent judgment
In selcdlrg the most pular from the multi
tude of newer nncf. Ilia n valuable and dc
able Uxik nnd every family rhoiild issea n
'Ihc schooner full commanded by Captain
Tlerncy arrived from New Hebrides islands on
Thursday morning, nflcr nn nlisence of six
months. She brings 1 18 people, 95 of whom
nrc laborer and the remainder arc men en
gaged to man Ihc boil. Of the laliorcrs six
arc women nnd few nrc ly. 'I hey arc
much smaller than the Hawaiian!, have negro
features nml knlky h.atr, and nrc well built nnd
healthy looking. None of them have been se
riously HI, nnd no dralha occmrcd on the pat-
sage. Tnc Julia visited Tanna, Santo, Mala-
kula, Sandwich, nml other Islands, In some
scser.1l laliorcrs were engaged nnd nt others
only one or two. The ship's Iwals were fired
on from the shore but, fortunately, no lives
were lost though some ofthc missies came un
comfortably near. The cnptnln rcotta forty
three vcsscla In the group after laliorcrs for
I'ljl nnd other plantations. Some of the men
on he Julia have been emplo)cd as plantation
lalmrers before elsewhere. Good weather was
experienced Ihc greater part of the lime.
Jnlult, the last xnt touched at, was left a
month ago, and nflcr sailing from that place
heavy weather was experienced neatly nil the
way lo Honolulu. She brings news ofthc
Missionary brlganllnc Morning Slnr which
sailed from Jnlult October 23rd, liouml lo the
westward with nil the white missionaries from
Apalang and Klngsmill group for Kusaic,
where they proosc to locate their schools.
II. II. M. Commissioner and Mr. Clcghorn
visited the ieoplc on the Julia and found
ever) thing in good order. Messrs. Hasslngcr
nnd Smithies nlso went nn board nnd ques
tioned Ihc natives ns to their contracts. They
alt understood the times of service, the nature
of their work, the pay per month nml that
they would be returned home ; they also staled
that they came away willingly, and on finding
everything here ns it had Iiecn represented to
them seemed well pleased, and joined in a
general song and dance on the deck, which
was kept up for sonic time. The Hoard of
Hcallh has taken Ihc precaution of having
them all vaccinated, before allowing them to
go on the plantations.
A Chinaman working in the Star Mill, Ko-
hala, leaned carelessly on the hub of one of the
heels belonging to the centrifugals. It is
thought that his arm slipped and went through
the wheel, being caught by the revolving fric
tion clutch, which, in conjunction with the
spokes of the wheel, acted like a pair of shears
and broke his arm in four places. It was am
putated ny ur. inomjison uciwccn tnc cinow
and shoulder. . . .Sailed from Hilo, January 4,
the three-masted schooner Mary Dchlgc, Capt.
Paul, for Humlxildt, in ballast, . ..To sail from
Ililo for San Francisco, January 5, schooner
IJa Schnauer, Copt. J. R. Spencer, with 75
tons sugar, and tallow. , . .Mauna Loa showed
an occasional puff of steam or smoke on the
evening of the 2d inst. Lava is flowing on the
floor of Kilauca and Halcmaumau and the new
lake are both said to be active.
JANUARY TERM, 1883.
The Court commenced its session on the 2d
inst,, Justice McCully presiding. A native
jury was first empanelled and criminal cases
tried, the Attorney General appearing for the
On the 2nd inst., was heard the case of Na
inoaelua, on a charge of selling liquor at Koo
lau without a license. Verdict not guilty, John
Russell for prisoner.
Same day The case of Rex vs Jim Crow,
apiicalcd from the Police court, having opium
in possession. Verdict, cuiltv and sentenced to
7 months at hard labor and to pay a fine of
SI 00, costs 34.70. John Russell tor the de
3rd inst Rex vs Ilianuir., selling liquor
w ilhout license. This was an appeal from the
district of Waialua. Verdict, not guilty, John
Russell for defense.
Same day Rex vs Keawe. larceny of $270
from a Chinaman. Verdict, cuiltv and sen
tenced to hard labor for 2 years, to pay a fine
of $25 and costs of Court ($33). J. Russell
4lh inst Rex vs Kclckoma, larceny of a
music box. Verdict, cuilty and sentenced to
6 months hard labor and $15, and costs $27.
67 to be divided between them.
bamc day Kcx vs rum anil rvamoau. Ver
dict $25 and costs $31.95.
CIVIL CASES (HAWAIIAN).
5th inst Alohikca vs D. llcniamina, eject
ment. Verdict for defendant, R. r. llicker
ton for plaintiff, A. S. Hartwell for defendant.
Monday. 8th. Crown vs. Ah Lhin: burg.
lary on premises of W. L. Green. Verdict
guilty, and sentenced to nine months' imprison
ment and costs ($34). John Russell for de
fendanf. Same day The Crown vs. Kelly and Gra
ham: larceny of $305, committed at Ahui-
manu, Koolaumko. verdict 01 not cuiltv,
rendered by the jury, without retiring, John
Russell Tor dclendants,
Tuesday, 9th. Luka vs. D. K. Fjfe, ad
ministrator; assumpsit. Uefore Justice Mc
Cully. Judgment for defendant. S. II. Dole
for plaintiff, J. M. Davidson for defendant.
Same day Hoe vs. I Ahlo and Hopu ;
ejectment. Continued to the tlth inst.
COURT SITTING IN IIANCO.
Wednesday, loth. Hakalau vs. Lcpoloa;
exceptins argued. Case continued. Cecil
Drown for plaintiff, Holokahlki for defendant.
Same day Ahol vs. Loo Chit Sun ; appeal
from Water Commissioners. Suit withdrawn.
W. R. Castle for plaintiff, J. M. Davidson for
Same day Kapila and others vs. I lookohu.
Case continued to the April term. E. Preston
for plaintiff, J. Nawahi lor defendant.
Same day II, Johnson vs. T. R. Tisdalej
exceptions. Cose argued and submitted. K,
M. Hatch for plaintiff, J. M. Davidson for de
fendant. Same day Eli Kapeka vs. The Ookala
Sugar Company. Exceptions argued and sub
mitted. W, R. Castle for plaintiff, R. F.
Ilickcrton for defendant.
Thursday, tlth. J. McKeague vs. Kahuhu.
Appeal from the decuion of Justice Austin as
intermediary judge. The plaintiff failed to ap-
pcart and tnc case was witimrawn. 1. M,
Davidson for plaintiff, R. F. Ilickcrton lor de
fendant. Same da v I Ioc vs, Ahlo. Continued from
the 9th inst., and again continued to the 1 3th.
bamc day In I lie case ot vv. U 11. Aloe-
honua vs. W. M. Gitnon (motion for a new
trial), Justice Judd rendered a decision that a
new trial be ordered. K. F, Ilickcrton for
plaintiff, F, M. Hatch for defendant.
Friday, 12th. Continuation of Hoe vs, U
Ahlo and Hopu; ejectment. Judgment for de
fendants. Divorce cases to be heard on Saturday ami
Monday of next week.
The case of the Crown vs. liana, occusedof
the murder lately committed at Konioiliili, will
be heard on Wednesday.
The case of the Crown vs. Goodwin will lie
heard before a foreign jury on Friday licit.
FESTIVAL AT IlILO.
Editor Press, t The good ladies of the
Foreign church got. up a fine treat of good
things lo cat and drink, and offered them for
tale at the Court House hall on New Year's
day, commencing at I a o'clock noon, the pro
ceeds to be for the use of the Foreign church.
The juices were moderate, food very choice
and In great variety. The flower stand waa in
chawe of Mrs. A. U. Locbcnstcin 1 the can'
I diet, MUt Abac Hitchcock j pop-corn (made
- 1 for the occasion), told by Charley Hitchcock )
Ihc ginger pop was tiptop and made by Mrs.
I). II. Hitchcock It seemed to be In the
mouth of every one, nml went off lively. Mr.
Willis of PaKiikoil waa cletk. There were
some amusing scenes with the Kp, The fine
colfce waa also made by Mr. D, II. Hitch
Coek, nnd every one was waited on quickly.
"Die receipts were much larger linn was nntlcl
piled, 'the GovcrncM of Hawaii nnd friends
were present. Those who nssUlcd In getting
up Ihc festival nnd aiding m New Vcrtf ' day
were as follows 1 Mrs. I.. M, Severance nnd
Mrs. Judge I.yrnnn, Mr, C, C. Kennedy, Mr.
C. C, Kennedy, Mrs, S. I.. Austin, Mrs, Jon
nllnn Austin nml ' ilaughtera, Mm. A. II,
liebenslcln, Mrs. Dr. Wctmore, Miss Cora
Hitchcock, MIh M. Shlpmnrr, Mra. W. II.
Reel, Judge V. S. Lyman, I), II. Illlehcoek,
Mrs. I). II, Hitchcock, MIhAIiiic Hitchcock,
Mrs. f J, Wilhclm, Mrs. Annie Corscnddcn,
Mlaa Ilmma Clark, .Mrs. Kate Deacon, MIh
Jane Deacon. In the evening ice crentri had
been promised, but no Ice cream could lie pro
cured. The voung iKK.pIc had a dance in the
hall instead, and enjoyed themselves very
much. ;. a. M.
THE ATEII' VEAK AT IlILO.
Enirrm Pkki The old yenr waa rung
out nnd the new year in by the bclla nt Hllo.
Al early morn a large drum waa lieatcn lively
in Ihc various slrccta, to arouse Ihosc not
awake. The morning was bright. At nine
o'clock, the Foreign Sunday School assembled
and with flags and Imnncrs marched ui to Ha
III church to join them In the annual parade.
The Foreign school waa given the Kst of
honor nt the head of the procession. The
)oung jncri of Hllo Ho-irdlng School came out
In large numbers ami paraded with the schools.
There waa an unusual display of fine dresses
white seemed to predominate, trimmed with
red, blue and maroon Colors. The hats were
trimmed with the same colora, and were very
beautiful. There were 360 scholars In the
procession. The Ililo brass band marched n
the centre. All returned lo H.iili church where
there were very pleasing exorcises that lasted
from 9.30 A. M. lo 2 p. M. There waa much
line singing solos, duels, In'os and choruses,
and some pleasing recitations. The scholars
from lloahcoand Onomca that were present,
deserve special mention for fine singing. The
young men of Ililo Hoarding School gave some
selections beautifully. Thcyalwa)S sing well
and in perfect lime. The Governess of Ha
waii was present. The attendance at the
church was over 700. Henjainin II. llrown,
suicrintcmlcnt ami leader oflhe music, de
serves great credit In gelling up the entertain
ment, as well as those who aided them. It is
many years since the schools have had a belter
treat. All missed Father Coan as he took
such special pleasure In the annual entertain
ments gotten up to please the children; but he
Is now more happy in being with his loved
Saviour. . a. m.
. TEST FOREIGN NEWS.
The following items of foreign news wc take
from San Francisco exchanges received by the
Kalakaua on Sunday last. The latest date,
Dec. 30th, is two days later than that received
by the last steamer:
Later news to the 25th ult, received by the
'. G. Invinon the loth inst: The 17. S. Stale
Department has been officially notified that the
.Mexican Government lias decided to appoint
commissioners to meet commissioners of the
United States for the purpose of negotiating a
commercial treaty. Mexico names ns one of the
commissioner Romero, the Mexican Minister.
The United States commissioners expect to
meet in Wshington early in January.... The
department estimates for theapprohriatihn bills
in course of preparation by the House of
Representatives arc in amount as follows: For
pensions, $101,575,060; fortifications, $i,oco,-
000; navy, $23,481,078? legislateve, executive
and judicialcxpenscs', $21,840,170; sundry civil
expenditures, $34, 181,376; DistrictofColumbia,
$775,149. The pension, fortification and navy
bills will be ready to report to the House im
mediately after New Year's Day. There remain
for preparation the General Deficiency bill, and
possibly the River and Harbor bill.... Lieute
nant Ilarber telegraphs from Yakoutz that he
has arrival there with the bodies of De Long
and his companions.... Gambctta has had a
relapse and suffers tensely. . . .Dc Lcsscps an
nounces a scheme for the creation of an inland
sea in Africa, to be prosecuted by private en
terprise.... A Honkong letter sap that the
Russian Envoy is about to leave Pckin, per.
mancntly, and the German Envoy will also
retire presently. John Russell Youn3, the United
States Envoy, will then be the Joytn of the
diplomatic corpse the oldest member, whereas
two months ago he was thejoungest.
Li Hung Chang continues to push forwarb
the reorganization of the navy and has ordered
additionaf torpedo boats from Germany. Great
quantities of small arms have all been purchased
for the army ami a considerable quantity has
been secured on behalf of the Corean Govern
ment. In congress a resolution for the usual holiday
recess, from December 22d to January 3rd,
was lost by a vote of 125 to 105. The House
also adopted a resolution by Robeson fining
each memlier $50 for each day's absence dur
ing the holidays.... The total member of re
turn certificates issued to Chinese is 5045 . . . ,
General bherman will give up active com
mand of the army next fall Al Luughrea,
Ireland, Dec 18th, a number of laborers
paraded the streets demanding work or food,
and declaring that they were starving. They
surrounded the residence of bishop Duggan,
who distributed money to them. Great distress
prevails in the town Parnell's reception at
Cork was lukewarmcompared with the enthus
iasm exhibited on the occasion of his arrival
one year ago . , . .The only topic engaging atten
tion at Ilerlin is the relation between Germany
and Russia. Russian exchange w-as never
lower on Ihc Ilerlin Dourse since the Rattle of
Plevna than now. The panic seems mainly
due to an article in the Voitistht Ztitung con
cerning the massing of the Russian army on
the Gallician frontier. This is regarded in
well-informed circles, both in Ilerlin and Vienna,
as absurd, but its effect on buslnos shows Ihc
uneasiness' caused in the minds of the, public
by what is known as llisnurck's newspaper
campaign. This consists of various articles
recently published, laying stress on the purely
dual and defensive nature of iheAustro-Gcrman
alliance..,. A dispatch from Twillingate,
New ioumlland, dated lcc. 19th says;
Thcie has Iwen the last forty-eight hours the
heaviest wind and snow storm that has occurred
here for fifty vears. Twcnty-lwo "vessels have
lieenhvrcckedjinGrecn IUy;loisof lifeunknown.
....It is seml-officially announced that the
Chinese hav e evacuated Tonquin, in pursuance
of orders from Pckin, and that ihc relations
between France and China are excellent,
Later advices from Madagascar contradict the
report of the murder of an Englishman by the
natives, but confirm the murder of two Amer
icans. Stepthavebccntakcnto calllheatlcntlon
oflhe United States Government to the fact,
have been natives of the United Stales. Else
wherein to-day's issue wilt he found an interest
ing interview with Mr. Carter, the foreign agent
of the. Hawaiian Government. It it raainlvdc
voted totheconsidcralionof the reciprocity treaty
which exists betwesjn ihc United State and the
littlcgovcinincnlvthichhcreprctcnts. Mr. Carter
believes that the treaty (t a good thing forjboth
people. Uy hit showing, it seems to; nevtctht
les, every time that Coegrcu meet l here ft an
emphatic demand for ihe abrogat ion of the treaty
because of the large amount of sugar which U
exported fioai the Sandwich Island lo Saa
Irandsco, There la doubtless two udej to the!
story, Inil it does teem that Oo.rxomen, women
and children cannot raise enough sugar, In addl
Hon lo oilier employments, lo largely interfere
with the btislneiH of Ihe sugar refiners In the
Astern ell Irs. We are awarr lhal it la charges!
I hat n great deal of sugar which isshlpprsl from
theSanwich Inlands Is not raised Ihcre, but com ci
from other sugar-producing countries on Ihc
Amcricanronlincnt. Thitseema scnrcclr proln
Me. If such la Ihe rase, it docs seem thst such
frauds might he discovered and prevented, The
Sandwich Islands It the only government with
which the United Stafeahata strictly commer
cial or reciprocal treaty. If Ihc theory of recipro
city cannot be successfully tmt in practice in this
case Ha practicability may lie denied when II it
proiseil toralend It lo nllur C"iintrlc. Tlie
I'anims Canal, loo, a more than a pmibll!ty.
Should ft tconvtrtictrd,IMwallwouMhecome
Ihe most important bit nlrounlry in theocccan
ml particularly Important to Ihe United States.
THE HAWAIIAN GOVERNMENT.
The Sandwich Islands presents the anomaly
of n national government with n jpulalion of
not over oO,tjr) erMna. Il can scarcely lit
called a nationality, Wcuisc Its stock of n.illve
x.pulatlon it aj weak and Is to fast dwtlnlnr
lhal people of other countries arc sought both
lo occupy the land ami conduct Ihe affairs of
government. For yeart its lending officer
have Iiecn native of the United State. I'.lsc
where In to-day' issue will be found an Inter
esting Interview with Mr, Carter, Ihc foreign
agent of the Hawaiian government. It la
mainly devoted lo the consideration of the reel
tirnclly treaty which exists lietwccn the United
Mates ami the Utile government which he rep
resents. Mr. Carter believe that Ihc treaty la
a good thing for lioth jicople. Hy his showing,
it seems to; nevertheless, every time that Con
gress rnccta there is nn emphatic demand for
the abrogation of the treaty because of Ihc
large amount of sugar which la extorted from
the Sandwich Islands to San Francisco. There
is doubtless Iwo side lo Ihc story, lmt It docs
seem that Co,an men, women and children
cannot raise enough sugar, In addition to other
employments, to largely Interfere with Ihc
business of the sugar refiners in the Eastern
cities. Wc are aware that It is charged lhal a
great dent of sugar which it shipped from the
Sandwich Islands ia not raised there, lmt comes
from other sugar-producing countries on the
American continent. This seems scarcely
probable. If such It the case, it doc seem
that such frauds might tic discovered and pre
vented. The Sandwich Islands is the only
government with which the United Stale ha
a strictly commercial or reciprocal treaty. If
the theory of reciprocity cannot lie successfully
put in practice in this case Its practicability
may lie denied when it is proposed to extend
it lo other countries. The Panama Canal, too,
is more than a tiossihllity. Should it be con
structed, Hawaii would become the most im
portant'blt of country in Ihc ocean, and par
ticularly imxirlant to Ihc United States. This
licing the case, if wc arc actuated by no other
than selfish motives, it is the licst policy for
our Government lo continue the present
friendly relations with the smallest Independ
ent nationality In existence ami thus foster the
friendly feeling which now exist and that con
fidence which Ihc people and government of
the Sandwich Islands have reposed in us.
The population of New York is I,2oG,577"
Of these 100,000 are Irish, 2W,ooo are Ger
mans, and it is the third German city in the
world. There are six times as many Jews in
New York as in the whole of Palestine, and
fifty languages and dialects are spoken on the
tidies and Gentlemen vliliing San KranciKO will
find very desirable t'urnfihcd Room En Suit and Sin'
gl at No. 137 Montgomery St., Corner Hush. Mrs.
T. Honey, formerly of Honolulu.
To the'' Ladles of Honolulu.
After January nt Miss Annie Movie, a graduate of
the Decorative Art School of California, will be pre
pared to give lesvxu in Kensington Embroidery at 137
Fort street. taa-jm
A Succeuful House! A Successful House 1 A strilc
ing instance of success in a Ketail Dry Goods' way U
aiTorded by the Leading Milinery House of Charles J
flihel, corner Fort and Hotel streets. The 1'roprietor
Mr. Fishel lias acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or t ice; but to hold them, avl enjoy their
confidence, calls fur the eiercise of tact and liberality.
Goods must be marked down and sold for what they
are: never misrepresent any article. That Is the policy
of Charles J. Fishel, and that policy has made the firm
one of the greatest in its line, on the leading thorough'
fare of Honolulu. The Leading Millinery StOre of
Charles J, Fischel, is to Honolulu what Mary's Is to
New York. Charles J, Fishel makes a specialty of Mil
linery. XjT The store is one of the sights of the dt v.
Office of Superintendent of Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
All persons having Water Privileges are notified that
their Vat-k RATfcS are payable semi -annually, in ad
vance, at the office of the Superintendent of Water
Works, foot of Nuuanuu street, upon the 1st day of
January and July of each year. C li. WILSON,
115-tf Superintendent Water Works,
ON HAND LAHGK QUANTITIES OP
HAY AND 'GRAIN
Of alt kinds, which we offer to purchasers at
THE LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Our dock U renew e J by each arrival from Ihe coast.
H'r nrr J'rrjwrr il lo (Irlml lrtln.vfitllh I mis
AT ANY TIME.
GENERAL AOENTS TOR
Tht Tacifie Mutual Lift Insurance Co. of Cat,,
Tht Statt Investment Insurance Co., of Cat,,
The Hoover Ttltfhont, tht simlest, best ana"
eheafest now in use.
Ho. TortStrMt Hoaolula
N0TICE.-.A1! parties indebted 10 A S. RICH
ARDSON, on behalf of the Kohal SlDte. ar.
hereby requested to make immediate payment to Mr.J
JOAQUIM ZAULAN. of KohaU, who iuautlurUed
lo give receipts In discharge of same, and to take legal
proceedings in case ol default.
1S1'W Ilir.U. II. l'.AYI3 a.u.
TNO. O. FOWLER ft Co.,
ar prrjHtrrtt to urlA I'mn 11 ml :(-
mufr. fur Slrtl
With or without Cars and Locomotives, Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways, and Uxumutitct anJ cars, Tiac
Road Luttonuaivea, Mcam
kwelimg and Cultivating Mathinciy, Purl
able Lnginca for all purposes. Winding
Endues for inclines.
Catalogues withilluttraiiuas Model anJ Photographs
ol the above plants and Machinery may be seen at Ike
omces H in. unuemgneu. '. L. liK bfcM ark li. W.
MACFARLANK CO., Agts foe loo. Fowler H Co.
ENGL1NQ at Co.,
No. a NUUANU St., HONOLULU, II. I.
Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran, Sheet Lead and Lead
Pipe, GalvaalxeJ Iruu Pip and Fillings Urate Cndt
all stars, Ancaian Wall and Irrigating Pipe. The us
ual Tin and Iron ware, Uaths, Closets, Sinks Wash.
standi, Marble and Eiuaulol Iron, in stock and for
Sale at reasonable rates.
OK BAN r'HANUStO,
TV CKdr ll.ik
jUICK lllftPATCII fOR TIIR ADOVK PORT
Iftf rrMaM w pMt;e Ay1ft
rr.H k Or, Arts.
COR HAN FRANCIKCO.
T A 1 fll
Wilt MIL ro
Tin: aihw. pout on ianoakv t, its
l'f Frdfto of I'mu,
DOTION ANI IIUNOLUMf I'ACKirrS.
'Ilia llalk 1 ,
Will .-4tivt)jr ull frwn ISh for I Mi twt en I'ttttt
Onlr filld irfnMlr,anl fr'UM lVn al lU bnl
raits. ,V.i.lf 10 Uurks Hrtoer a. &.,
, N. ST KIHT
ircri, tKmon, or 10
C. IIRKWKR CO.,
Que n titt.t, Hfrnlu'tt.
f HANK COOKh,
AOKnr TOR 7H rOLUIWIWJ COAST:
WAIKIIU, , wXlMAI.U,
IJKN. Hit-OKI., ' KAI.IINA,
run -Kntwid. vvi.ii lun. riff., ..,.. ,.r
f uet rt and Nuuml Sorel.
CKANTC HTBMSIIIi' COMI'ANV.
if A 1 llrllldi hnmrt
"8 If IJZ,"
Will tear San Kranceo f'jr Honolulu the
9th Day of each Month,
Returning frwn Honolulu on tl. ijrul cUjr of eath
month, han r'raniui Aa-rntt,
J IJ. hl'KKCKKI.S ft IIR03.,
Honolulu Agents, 117 Mattel .Si,,
Wm. O. IRWIMftCo. 04
3LAMi:R'8 LINK FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
JIUKII'KK .1! Co., AtKiiiM,
Mercharvlite reMirnl Slot-art Fret, and liberal tah
. ranees nude on tliiptnenta by thU line.
Steamer IJlcclile will Uate Honolulu each Tuesday
at: 4 r. m., i midline si uii-iainaf .Mjuuea I Jay, .listeria,
lauDahoehoe ktttl lltio.
Keturninit will touch at all the above punt, arrirtnjC
at Honolulu each Sunday a. m.
HACKFELD & Co.,
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS.
Jim received per Kate and letant,
Consisting in part of as follows 1
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities, Reppi, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
J-'t lie Silks,
Black, Gros-grain, Fancy. Colored and Striped.
Barege, Crepe, &c,
Men' 1'iifiilshiiift Good,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
etc, merino ana amotion unaersairu, wmie
Bosom Shirts, Socks & Stockings. Glovei;
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large in
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks & Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I.
R. Coats & Leffeings. Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers. Silk and I
Shawls. Cotton and Turkish Towels.
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sixes.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points.
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Genuine Eau de Cologne, Lubin's Ea
tnicts. Toilet Soaos, rhilocome, Hair
Oil, Combs, Looking Glasses, Pipes L
K. IUIIs Harmonicas, Illank ItooVs,
liohl Lxal, Jewelry, Uold watcnet.
Extcmlon, Arm, Dining roum and I'arlor Chairs,
betlees, Mirrors, etc.
Sailillrt, Ciilfiklnt, tllrtht, Stirrup Lruthrr,
Hempft I. K. Packin;, Coal PosVets,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing PUtei, Cups Teapots, Iktwlt, Chambers
Ihtvl.es and tillers, Ucmitohtu 3 iw $
nt, Sample Ilotttes, Vates and I
and Tarred Rope, Coal llazs, 0
laps, Woulpack and Twilled Sacl
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sires and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes.
Salt la Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut OU. Wash Blue. H. White Lead,
Stearin Candles, a. a. and , II. ft P. Biscuit.
Ilubtmca's Unseed faint Oil, White Zinc faint,
De Lavage fill and Boutelleau Branay
and other brand. Rum, Gin, St Puld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
uiauets, Champagne, uty neto
Kick MonoDole. Cb Favre. G,
H. Mutnm & Co., Sparkling
hock, Moieue, ec, c
f ! im nml ifimiMi Cluar,
lialed erare Spoons, folks, Croats, Tea
sett, Cupa, N'apku) KUgt, Salvers, etc.,
Iui-krt and Iliatcher Knives. S..itua-S Sheen Shears.
Needles, Spoons, tiles Spurs, laltraaued llasins,
llup Iron, Kee Kl'Sti, llsunrrs, Valk
VJatal and ComDotllkMI Nadt. Clarintss
IULL.lt Metal. Snigar Coulrs,( Iron
FU Clay. Islackeia.il. Caal. FU atrick, TUm,
. BUchsuslth Caal. FU aUkki
BmptT Ban!, Oak Boat, etc.
Onkrs from the ubtr Itlandt carefuU', atltaded to.
H. Haearr(4 at Cav
T-SNG1NE FOR S.LE.
ONE MEW so-HORSE
Ce toer Epgme, ia perfect order.
C. BREWER k CO.
NOL13I1 FICKLES.ASSORTED, QUARTS.
t'.- ..i t. m-M a t- ' ...
One riKST. class stT jErrRrs I
Manufacturer of Monumcnta,
AND TILING, IN
Black and White Marble.
Marti! Wnrk of nvnry iiMcrlptlnn
mails to nrtlnrlnt Om lntratt
Monuments ami healitonel tleaniJ anJ relet.
Ord'M from tht wlwr Ittsmli frtairaiT- silendnl I.
Ho t)i Pott Sli"t, nar llot'l Sta.
A Bwik for It Parlor TahU.
A llaak of InleiMI t all Keadm.
KmliKMlv a ll,k U Ihe Tinea.
. Thf tltnr.itltin Tunifriittre Ymr lltn.lt,
DeiotftJ la the Adv-xacy Total AUtlnmu
arHl hjcial Reform,
Edited ami compiled hy I). M. Canwury, tale U Ox
OHtentUn.1 1'riit, Ki Lecturer to ihe Grand Lodre,
I. O. O. T Sydney, '
The afar named pnUicatlon ta rvnr in ihe fetnter'a
hande and will h readr for tale lor January I, iMv
limine firma and Mhert within? apace tot adenie
ments would do well to .end In their ders lo ihe Say
uaPAT I'artl office early. rso-roi
EW BEDFORD AND SAM FRANCISCO
o Thread lo 1 Indies.
HEMP CORDAGE of Amnion and Knmu
RUSSIA MOLT ROI'k,
MANILA IJOI.T ROI'K,
SEIZING, MARLIN, IIOUSI.IN,
All of which will te sold at low at offered Ly other
idrties, in quantities desired.
n IIOLI.ES k CO.
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
IIoholulu, II. !,,
Would take this method of informing thefnhabiuruVo
Honolulu, and the other islands that
.tney have opened a
Statiortry and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian uazene uiocsc, no. 25 mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink einil Mi'ctlaye,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
cap, envelopes, rapetenes, etc, etc
Ortlera taken foranu trttxlleal or rieire-
fMiper that may be ilewlretl.
Prompt attention will be giten to the Mailing
of Papers to subscribers on any of the other
islands ; alio, agents for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red Rubber Stamps received and promptly
LI) KONA COFFEE.
For sale by Bollet It
OWEH'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
Flower and VegtMe
Jl'ST MCEIVXO AT
T. G. THRUM'S FORT STREET STORE
-pUPLOVMENT BUREAU. Y, M. C. A.
I.OXOU7LU, H, I.,
Alt I'rrBOHm urtkina Etnjiloymmt, amd alt
M arttes ettner . JtoHoiw
or at an j of thtrocKer IJandsinibe group, in want
of Employees, will plcate maVc their want Laown 10
the iraaeriiieu, who will do ail in their power to fill
their orders. B. F. Duhnebam,
J. B. A then on.
P. C. Jones, jr.,
Employment Committer, V. M. C A.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undersizned has recently fitted up
In elegant style, the larsc roomy Cottage formerly be-
longuif 10 the Lemon estate, on Nnoaou street,
beyond the Commercial Hotel reran iw-t,
for the purpose of conducting
A nparior Irxlarlnt; Horu.
The name of this pkatant retreat It the "WHITE
HOUhE." It cannot be surpassed In the kincdom for
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with shade trees.
Persons of resDcctabtlitv mav alvars be sure of acheer
ful home there. A sittineooot it act apart for the con
eenience of guests. A FEW MOKE ROOMS ARE
VACANT. Terms always moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHITE, Proprietor.
aTiluv of our readers trill remember Mrs. White
as proteictor of the lodin bouse on Fort street, ad
joining the Pantheon Subles, which was such a com.
lunatic home under her management. tlrm
TJAWAIIAN FERNS I
containing ity species at $lo.eo and etiaAeach.
Part sets containing 5 of the smaller and rarer species
at Saga and 9r each. Orders from abroad mote uv
tiuue uwe. i. tan j truu iet-cx-iiy set.
Cash so accompany all orders can be in U. b. cur.
rency. For sal at TIIOS. G. 1 IIRUMS Fort ureet
RA1MNS ANI) CUKRANTS-hULTANA IIA.
sins and Zasti Currants la pound ajka
ges, new and fresh. For sale by Boll Jg Co. ill
POR SALE I
Two Tom Baujariaa,
TWO SECOND-HAND EXPRrSES. ONE
SEATED BASKET CUT-UNDER, ONE
UEACH WAGON, ONE SINGLE
.DRAY, HORSE AND
All the aboe ar in good order, aearly as rood as new
-iul a WEST,
A NNUAL MEETING of the Haauan Agricul-
r toral uxapony wui De fteu at ute omra ol l
tlrever Co. on TUESDAY, Jsnusry it, iM al u
oVUk a. st. JOSEI'll a CARTER.
OTICC n untu) vcUf U tU Ka M.bJ
111 U VU il U Lalv. a
im h Co. oa Wt
WatU?tM.AV. lVaMlATy it.
i I AM
iUj,U too cluck A M.
I f liiasJ.'; 1 4..TU i-
TF YOU WANT A GOOD CLOCK,
I'ati ITaitl a t)d Wnttk,
i You Vanl Clock ot Watch KciultiRg Done
.No. It KiMi SrallT
aasW asfr aVaaaia,
The boildias kaosr as Kohala Hall, on aaaia road U
Isreea la Union and hear Mills, formerly
tnasoied by S. Sumia?
aWTh buiUing Is la good ret.it ; the locaaba food.
A roag lets amy be had sow asetnU Ursss.
Wat panic We, atyly to
,. . 4,
IMPORTANT TRADE SALE.
AT THE mORE OF
C. BREWER 8c CO.,
H'i'thicHttftf, .fttnuuru JTtfi,
AT 10 A. ., I WILL OtttK
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
Tfi essne; umigntnrnn,
OS A CKKDIT TO TUB TRADE,
Lane and well-assorted Stock,
CO.fslSTW. II PAT As rOLLOWf t
Caka Saucei Pan,
Caere, Tin Taa Pert.
Cask Carry Combe,
Cases Knlvera and Fork,
Four Tona Pemrlaa Guano,
Caaka Sagar Can Man art),
Barrels Tar and Pitch,
Barbed Feme 'Wire.
Salt, in 10.1b bag,
Fairbanks' Platform Scale.
Boxes Corn Starch,
Fonrwbeel Planters Wagon,
" Toronto Soon,
" Irieh Stew,
" Haricot Mntton,
" Calves,' Head.
" Mock Turtle Soap,
Ilarrcts Wilmington Pitch,
Cases i landletl Axes,
Ilales Itarlap ISagt,
Spunyam, Counter Scales,
1 I Roofing ; Stales, Hoop Iron,
Centrifugal Linings, Hows and Points,
Paris Plows, Moline Plows, Side IliU Hows,
Corn Shelter, Double I larness,
52 Empty Oil Tierces,
Ilungs, Gunny Sacks,
4, 5 and 6-inch Icalher Belting,
Three SurMloaU, CblTee Holler,
Rolls Roofing, Rice Huller,
1,971 feet Hard Pine Heading,
Itomb Lances and Irons,
Caboose Linings, etc.
For oanicatars tee eataldrne. Tfbh will L- tufted ei
Monday. Terms at sate.
E. V. ADAMS. Atxtkeeer.
On SATURDAY, JANUARY ijth, at l o'clock
noon, win be sold
14m EnylUh Square Fire Jirtck.
lim Entillnh Arch Fire lirlek.
isa-it E. P. ADAMS, Aoauaeer.
House and Lot For Sale.
lamimimcted try J. C.OLADE, ESQ, tootTer al
pnralc sale Ms handsome residence,
Corner of Jwltl and llllta lUmU.
This property it us the heahhietc part ceTlhecity. Its
factuttea for drainage arc prrfrct, rsara&teciag Ihercby
prrfect freedom from malaria.
The prospect commands a DELIGHTFUL VIEW
of the uty and harbor, as veil as the coaa una, from
near Diamond Hrad lo the Walanac Mountains.
the main bouse is targe and commodwus. Uahfullr
built three )ears ao,
WUh cvciy coaTcnkocc Hu ui cuJJ ucr ar Utd
on th HuH-rooou in both uorktv Ca. Alto, If IaU
HseritsuaaH hi amvatM atuai . V( aU as aj
i, with oc lafiv lihii. throujeh ik hrtl bottM,
Uk elegit clajjiJcUcrft ia tb pnnci(aU rooat.
an. in ocf wit
Oa k vlaU floor will tx fMakl bit pArlor aoJ
DiiZ-rOOm. SaUavlllX-rOaTJam. HAIL MoattUlaifng
Chiklim t IiAMj-roucn, tUth routn. T Beairooau,
CIomi, tl a 1'AJjcry, Tt Sor-roou aaj IUcam.
AttAcbJ t a aiAia buiuln. UUMlvr a tvepjmlt rooC.
On the Mcond floor. a!d U rtAttl bra cooi-eeWat
UAlrmy froc tbt kAli, atvTso Lx tWiwu, bok;
aI, five jraoJ-4aji CWtintoau. WntUik-tooa lUtk-
Tnc uaIa bdUM li aiwU f frrt front anJ 4I iVrt
11m Kiuitcs is cotrraaaaKMly' atrmotSfJ, iih a fio
CDuAtnf -srajict, vka ikk uf uiACXunatu.
Oat irOUUll Aal fVO aUXtAftA. VUla VfTASaUA.
tU4aU ScAlaU. wilt. AatcomimoaUilvw fee tW
KajriT aoJ CaurtAf c. a H a lm rvmi for txrvf.
1 iwr it, Um a uma.1 bobUtttf j ia iia HAccuaM.
thm Vx U js)fec vtkJnAlumi c4 aUtU $)alct
00 Lifs&A ttrtxi, cuntAaaw aa area of Snot aacw
pArtW ua4rin ta Uk tkt yxvptnf cxa d m Ofwo
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ORTGAGKE'S NOTICE OK SALE.
the SBortgaxee aamed ia a certain iaJeolur of aaurs
gage, duett NaeemUr it, 1M1, audi by Puna Pau. '
raaa. alua Peter Larlins, lo said Alesaadae J, Cart
.right, I am daecled to sell u (ttUss auoiou a
atevlatrAay. Jaaaars 13, MM9,
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asst tue last ana m ha llaa.inaasao a baas Waav
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aaai Aaahaaoha paalaiasheaa. yshsaas sMt.isssaia
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For further parvkuUrt, laoalr csf
K. P. ADAMaL