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IIoholi ti , January so, 1883
Th week 6pnJ op with evidences ofbmlneM ac
tivity but which have been materially Interfered With
from various eanM. Considerable disappointment was
fell and many parties Inconvenienced by th. early re
fatal of freight Ly Ihe I.tknA, principal of which, we
lern, was the Agents themselves. Inls shows lh ne
cssilyoflh. I.Hihlt for the freight ami passenger
traffic of our windward ports.
The thort spell of Kona weather on us this week h
dampened things generally, and for a lime wa tup.
posed to account for the non arrlral of the Suet, due
att Wednesday morning, bat a the days roll by ami
(till no sign of her it it evident that her tailing day
from San Francisco has ln changed.
On Wednesday la Messrs Ilrewer A Co. held a
clearance tale at their More, through the servlcrs of M r.
r P. Adams, which well attended and resulted
satisfactorily, all thing! considered.
In shipping movementl for the weelc we note the ar
rivals of I'. M S S CM) ef Sm York on Monday
ami the Hon. balk tttrmnin jeslrrday, in distress. In
departure we have the Ulf e Stvi Vcrk, with cargo
valued at $l$.,7')t 00, the I.niy Lnmp'ten with domestic
produce valued at $'"),J4JJi and the Caibarlen, also
with domestic produce,
for San r rancisco.
to the value of $s',3J9 "1 "
Arrlretl tit lnrt of ttttnithihi,
Kilauea Hou, itm . Rears, from Kahulul
I mma, K.h , from wiimm
. KI111V.. sfhr., from Walalua
C R Hishop, Cameron, from Kauai
III of NewVork.P M S StCoM,.fm Sydney
Waimanato, stm , Nelson, from WalnMiuld
Iliij.., Mm., l.orenen. fm liana and Molokai.
Netlie Merrill, xh , firiulan, from Uhaina
IwAljni, Mm , !.ate, from Kona, Kau, Maalaea
iumti Makrc, Km . McDonald, from Kauai,
.aluna.ftth,, from MahuVona.
Manuokawal, seh .from Naw...i.l
Hermann, Hontl. Ik., Hanson, from ktoria
Waimanalo, stm , Nelwn, for Waimanalo
llaleakaU.Rth., Crane, for Pepekeo
City of New York, 1 M S.S., Cobb, for S V
I ImVal, kth , for Walalua.
11.1.-. ..V- t If anitl!
, ' t6
UIWIIKlKIIIIUI ,lll.. a .. .-
Mokolii, stm., MctJrwor, fir Molokai and nana
Miy Jmi-v)n, nr iic., marMon, tor .i. r
Kilauea Hou, urn., Sear, for Kalmlui. ...
C. K. Iliahop, lm., Cameron, for Kaiiai .
Itma, Mm , Iorenfn, for Maul and Hawaii
.'.mma, h , Macy, for Watanae
Cn SiKcl.M.lkfor KooIau
Caibarlen, Am. Lk. HubbanUorS. Y,
IVuffa ho ii (r 'r,
Hon . . .. Am. hlp
I:va, Wickman ..Am.lem
W. O. Ikwin, Turner ...Am. bctne
J. A. KALKINnURO, Goodman Am. bktne
Kalakaoa, Miller ..Haw. Ik
V, II.Mrvm. Howe. Am. bRtne
Julia, Holland . .. Haw. hr
Amflia, Newhall Am bklna
IUrman, Hanton(m dulrciw) .. .Hon Lk
llrpertrtt from Vnrrlyn Vorta
IIoston, Am. bk. Amy Turner Newell
Due Feb. 85.30. C Ilrewer St Co t agt.
llMMKNp Ocr. bk. C K. II11110P 1 .. .Walter
Due Feb. 70-35. " HackfeM & Co., agta.
Glavww. IIril.i,IiipAiKRAMAN . .Chapman
Doe Jan. aoav f W. Mocfarlane Ft Co., ntjt.
I.IVKHPOol, HriU bk, Ul.-ock .. . .SwictOTlawikl
Due Jan. ao-aj. T. H. Daviw & Co., agta.
NkwYork, Am. bklne. i:iiNim VaRNON.Humphre)-i
Due March 3.1a Cattle A Cooke, ngia.
Livrrmwl, lint ahip Janxt Court . . .Jackson
Due Arri' 15. W Macfartane & Co, ARcnti
Port Ulakkiv, Am. tern Dakota Wendt
Ui if. Allen ft Robert non. AStS.
I.rrmrh. Oer. Me. Canopu... . . ,.Loos
l-rttiinji Nov. 15 Hackfeld A Co., Agent.
Hongkono, lint S. S. CT. Ilooie .
Due. Hackfeld A Co , Agents.
Saw tMANCHLo, Am, bktne. I.li t Ilrown
Due. C. Ilrewer ft Co , ngU
San kancico, r. m. a a. Auhthalia lulloh
Due Jan. 20. H. Hackfeld Ac Co , agts.
San t RANCisco, a a a. huez. Dodd
Due Jan 17. m G I rwin & Co, Agents
I.IVKHPOOL, lint, klllp Glenhkrvih, ...... ...
Loading Nov. 30 T. H. DaiesRc Co , Aucntt.
Nanaimo. Am. bk. Forest (jukkn Nanatmo
1-or liana. Due Jan 30-95.
Port Gamble, Am. tern M. 1. Smith ..Johnson
Due. 1 (ackfeld & Co , agt.
PohtOamplk, Am. bk. l.MtRALU Gaiter
Due. I ackfeld ft Co , agu.
Micronesia, Am. bgtnc. Morning Star Hray
Louked for anywhere from middle Jeb. to May.
II O. Hall U Son, Agents.
Hummoldt, Am. bktne. Monitor... Knacke
Due, Wilder & Ca, agenti.
I'ort (tAMnt it, Am, bk. I.IZ21K MARHALI...Hergmann
Due Jan. 95-30. Utn & Couke, ajjti.
San FrancicO Am. bktne. V, H.Dimund .Houdlett
For Kabul uu Due.
I umholht. Aul sen. Anna McCulIoch
for Kahutui. Due fan. aoa.
San Francisco, U. S. h. Alaska.... Helknap
Due latter unit funuar.
Nkwcastl. N. h. W., J
Due Feb. 15.30.
Wilder St Co., agents.
Tlie P. M. S. S. Cos steannMp City of New York,
Win. 11. Cobb commander, sailed from Sidney Dec.
08th, at 4:30 p. m ; arrived at Auckland January ad,
nt 2.35 a. m.; sailed same day at 8 r. M.; arrived at
thisjiort January 15th, at to a. m. 1-air weather.
The 1'. M. S. S. Australia may be looked for from
San francisco to-night, with five days later news.
The Caibancn Is at the old Custom house wharf,
from which she will sail to-day for San 1 rancisco.
The lurkentine Jane A. Falkinburg U loading for
aait tranciKO at lirewcr &. o.a wharf, to sail neat
The American barkcntlne Amelia U dttchargini a
cargo of lumber for Messrs. Allen St Robinson, at their
The American tern Eva, at the Esptanade, opposite
uuuom nousc, nas uctn laiu on lor aan rrancisco, sau
big on or about Saturday next.
The Hawaiian bark Kalakaua, at the old stearmhip
wnari, nas uitcnargeu ner uown cargo ana u now loau
tngfurban i ranc.KO, jailing neat Salurda).
The Jubile sailed from Newcastle, N. S. W,(
Ieccinber aSth, with a cargo of 1,100 tons coal, con
signed to Messrs. Wilder St Co.
The llrui.h bark Ladv Iimnson sailed for Sun (ran-
Cisco on 1 uesday bst, i6ih InMant, and if she lias the
souther we have had ever since, we anticipate a quick
run ocr lor ner.
The W, G, Irwin has discharged her down cargo
from San r ranilsco and hauled otT In the stream to
paint, etc. blicsaiU lor ban rrancisco again in a few
Dunne the heavv souther on Wedneidav 1am ihe
UritUh ship Niagara bruke in two, and part of her has
floated over the iccf, near the Quarantine Grounds,
and all day the channel was filletl with pieces from the
The Hawaiian schooner Julia It at the old Custom
house wharf fitting for another cruise lo Jaluit, Cap
tain Holland, late chief officer, goes out In command of
her, vice Captain Tierney resigned. She will sail on
or alout Tuesday neat.
The P. M, S. S. City of New Yoik sailed Tor San
Francisco last Monday evening, with a good freight
and itatacngcr hit. Ihe mail dupatched by her con
aisled of 5,001 letters, weighing 14 tbsaoi, and 1,704
lockages painrt. weighing 40; tt 9 ox.
From the Colonic, per City or New York, Jan 16
enry ucituron, J,
I rom wimlwaru
I. Licett, Kobcrt Patterson.'
ihf lxtt. Ir lwalanl. Ian tt-n.nrir
lonw, Jr. Miu M A lonea, A l llrickwooj, O W C
Joi., J U bnulh, J Hay, K llolTuun, and about 70
rrora Kauai, ti Jat MaVcc, Jan t; J C KlcharJ.
ion, Miu lirU, ,ll Lamb, A I) Calvert, l)r T T
bnllcy, DrOIUno, Mr Anicnuun, JuJs Kallilnu, and
About 40 deck.
fr rom Kahulul tr KlUuea Hou, Jan 13. I Macau,
ley, two .Miwi Campbell. K F 1'orter. Ir Luicoinb ft
child. Ah Koon, C J Hall, S K Chillingiworth, wife
and three children, C llopp, b Obed and about 30 deck.
From Kauai per CK lluliop, Jan 14. A (5 llurck
hardt, A llanebere, Mr and Mr. bloltr, V II Jenningt
and wife. Key l)r Edward, and daughter, lr tirant,
Mr llniiloU, Mr ldward, Mr Greenfield, Mr. Rice
and about jo deck.
Tor San Krancltco, txr City of New York, Jan 1 J
A 1) llell and wif., Jiln I Will!., J Murray, John M
Lawlor, wif. and eon. II J Johnoii, Captain John 11
Manhall and wife, MUl l.liile lllndt, MiultUnch.
Hindi, Miu Dell Hind., Harry Manhfield, 11 l
walker, Miu LUrit. Ullmor., M rtulliix, J h uu, r F
. 91 Mcr
Klfe, Mr llielbere, A llauebers, V raber, V V.hllng,
Key tather J. Maslnnl.. lame. Henr. V Madden,
MniWatwii and three children, James Marshall and
tor San Francisco, tier I.adv Laimuon. Ian i& A S
Smith and sift, Charles Solomon.
For tsan !rancisco, per bark Caibartan, Jan 10. J
K Smith, L S Tkhenor, F II Cran, F Klussendorlf, 11
Goldstein, A Hermann.
For indward iwts, per Ihua, Jan 16 Mrs Kanula,
II I' Wood, J YV ttahn. l T Thornton, A U Dure-
liarut, airs 11 1 vv l-ht and child.
F.,l t'eiley, L 1
it. ,. Sl ll.lll. Ilrt.1 l.ll AO lft..an.t
1 oiuur, wuc anu tiuiu. r utwci, ui
. T II llallv. U.v and Miu t-M.rd..
wall, Mrs Urav. ',
Miss bhccle). Air Kruger, .0, deck, and $ South S..
IsUuders foe Al.sar.der & Uald.lu, and 6 South Sea
Islander, for Waikapu I'Unullon,
lor Kauai, per C K Uitbop. Jan 16-CaptaIn Grant,
Miss Johnson, I Cascnagh, A 1-UKUinb, F Hindi,
r J Lo.try, and lodtk
For Molokai and Maul, per Mokulil,
Uaiu. Mrs W It Cummtns and twgchiidi
liauaiae, j ricmtug, am! a) ueck,
I'rvwn Sydutv anJ Auckland, per City of New Yw'
Ij C. U Hall C Sm, 1 ca hardwuc! Vt lului !
corf w, a ca bcJUtau; J it Lyixh. i
t s saddUs and
gxMU. m j KtM, ca sad J its; a
Ai m j iwk, iaMU4ici a a s.anv
sadulsfs, cutlery and fancy jtxU; J II W.
b Ckghoco &
Ustry: II i Irrcloau. its diaiwiv. U LUhriun.
3 uogt: W d Iaicc. Hv A MackintMb, t aciast
each; 11 lUtkfctd Co, a sks ttd: order, 6 tg
indse, to csks ate, 54 ca Kin. I cs brand)
r rom llurraru lulcl, per lien
14 feet lumber, soon salmon.
t rum MurraxU laid, r Hfrnu.ui, January I !,
Foe San Franclwo, per City of New York, Jan iy
Svutar 6ol,tj.j sU, 47 bat bel.l Uaset, 1,046 bucks
bananas, I OS oranges, $4S.r9. , .
IM au trauviKo, per Xady Lainpsoo, Jaa 11
Sugar 9S.4i , nc. 100,000 tbs. 6j,141 J-
For Sau fraocisco, per talk Caibarsan, Hubbard,
aaster, Jan. J9.-4.1I, pk, ,1c, 4il,r t; 5,6,0
6s?Jiift...'8 " " '''
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Paacnr In Honolulu, January t6th. of consumption,
Oeorge W I'ascoe, a native of Wisconsin, aged jj
InilisToN -In Honolulu, January l6lh, Ceorla F.lhet,
wife of Mr Henry Johnston, aged 31 yearv
SATURDAY, JANUARY o, 1M1
All matter for the Saturday Press ihould be
aldre.sed to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
77T VITAL QUESTION.
Tlic lcjirmy tution l ty far lite mml lm
K)rlnnt which has ccr agllaled the country.
Comparcil ith it cvtry other matter of nx
Honal Interest, not excepting the continuance
of the jeeiprocily lrcaly with the Unltctl Statci,
piles into insignificance; for ph)ical health,
Ixith to the nditirtual anil lo the apRrcRilion
of Individuals forming the nation, is the one
suhject of ptlmc importance. With it c may
lc liajipy, cvm though steeped in poverty.
Hut without it, and more Mpccially If con
taminated lay the oiwn of the most hoirildy
revolting maltdy known on cailh, wealth and
uccess and proscrity arc hut hollow delusions.
What will it avail in if we lalwr and scheme
and plead to secure a renewal of the reciprocity
treaty and neglect Ihe terrible scourge In our
midst, which threatens everyday and night to
invade, In the most Inslduous and mvsterious
way, the purity of cvtry home In the country?
The history of the past warns us to hewarc of
thr future. Instances, not a few, can he re
called by many here where innocent children,
)oung men and maidens, besides numbers In
adult life, all pure Anglo-Saxon blood, have
been sacrificed to the demon of leprosy a
demon from whose embraces the Hawaiian
race, with characteristic fatalism and childish
ness, has not the will nor the power lo flee;
for it his spread over the length and breadth
of the land like a huge octopus, reaching out
its slimy arms Into every fertile valley and onto
every green plain, and grasping here and there
a victim ; and the greater the number of those
it preys ujion, the more insatiate becomes its
appetite. What has happened in the past,
under a comparatively limited growth of the
disease, is lwund to happen again and again
under its present rapid Increase; and who
knows who the next victim may be? We arc
addressing those of foreign birth and foreign
blood. We appeal to )ou to say whether or
no this outrage shall be allowed to continue.
Can you sit idly down and, like the apathetic
native, calmly wait for the overspreading oison
to corrupt jour blood or forever rob your
family circle of its purity anil happiness; or
will you rise as one man and declare, in a
voice that shall shake the very heavens, that
this thing has gone far enough, and that if the
ruling class is unwilling or incompetent to bind
the demon and circumsciibe its ravages, then
there is a class in the country who can and will
do it. We do not advocate revolution, but we
do assert that the Anglo-Saxon community on
these fair islands would be false to their in
stincts and their traditions, false to themselves
and their posterity, false before Almighty God,
if they permit this evil to go on unchecked.
The first article of the Hawaiian Constitution
acknowledges that among the inalienable rights
with which God has endowed all men, arc life,
and the pursuit and obtaining of safety and
happiness. Shall we avail ourselves of these
sacred rights, or shall we, like cowardly pol
troons, tuietly waive them because, forsooth,
an inert numerical majority, dead to their own
interests and dead to every sentiment of true
patriotism, place no value upon them? It is of
little use to reason any longer with those men
of straw, commonly called the King's Minis
ters. Tlie government of Kalakaua verges on
despotism, and the ministers, though not alto
gether responsible men, arc much to blame for
allowing themselves to be led or driven into
doing that which their consciences must tell
them they should not do. Messrs. Gibson and
Preston are deficient in that quality of firmness
and honesty which would lead them to stand
up manfully before the King and say "Permit
us to carry out the laws, to prevent the spread
of leprosy, or we shall resign our portfolios."
While we may despise them for their abject
truckling to their sov ereign for the purpose, of
retaining their office, and must hold them par
tially responsible for the ravages of the foul
and loathsome ulcer which is eating away the
very vitals of the Hawaiian race, the main re
sponsibility must be placed laigcly upon the
Hawaiians themselves, from the King, who, in
his unscrupulousness, is willing to sacrifice the
health and even the existence of the race in the
vain attempt to gain a fleeting popularity,
down to the people, who, deaf to the appeals
of reason, and blind to the experience of older
communities, still, like a horde of children,
rebel against isolation of their infected friends.
Ik-cause the Hawaiians arc the principal ones
who suffer from the effects of their national
folly, arc the "white invaders" to stand to
one side, while they repel every exertion in
their behalf, and silently witness the ravages of
the plague and the early extinction of the tribe?
This is impossible. If the plague abounds
on cv ery side of us, w e cannot escape unscathed.
If the poison permeate the length and breadth
of the land, we cannot hope for immunity,
though we le purer than snow. With our
Anglo-Saxon estimate of the value of human
life, we cannot regard the existing state of af
fairs in Hawaii as an) thing less than a gigantic
crime j as delilierate murder on a large scale ;
and we hold Dav id Kalakaua, as the one nun
who more than any other Individual in the
country, is responsible for it. And no prophetic
ken ts requisite to predict that if he docs not
sccdily emulate the example of Lunalilo, of
blessed memory, who, when the lepers be
sought him to save them from banishment to
Molokai, replied : "That is a thing with which
I have nothing to do ; ft is In the hands of the
ministers," he may find the curse removed and
controlled by another power, and Hawaii saved,
not by itself, but from itself.
ri.iin talk, although sometimes not alto
gether pleasant to ears which have been edu
cated to sophistical refinements, is neverthe
less an Ingredient of human intercourse and
mental interchange necessary to the well-being
of the Individual and to society, and without
the timely and judicious exercise of which, the
estate wc hold as mm would soon dwindle
Into that of things, and the Individual into on
automaton content In being swayed by every
petty clement extrinsic to its being. There
are men the woild over who would ever make
their actions subservient to what they believe
to lie expediency, and our little community U
not altogether free fiom such a class. Such a
subserviency Is but a species of moral coward
ice, or a kind of action dictated by selfish and
unworthy objects, at once degrading to its sub
jects and subversive of good community. Ig
noring all those broad principles upon which
the experience of mankind has taught ts that
a sound and healthful state of society can alone
be based, they would Inquire of every proposed
departure fiom a Uiy groove what U the use)
These are they who stand In the way or all
reforms, content In not being themselves the
iuuaolUte subjects cf distress or Inconveni
ence! o would spare the thief for the
trouble and expense of ariestlng him, and be
cause their own house were fell to be secure,
and their wealth from out his reach.
Every person aUag to Institute reform
Witt BUMt Witss UiCaV OMOtssMlSl its ttet tU
very Idea of reform must presuppose the exist-!
ence of such opposers. In handling the sub
ject of leprosy as we have lately done, we
never expected to escape the censure of such
as are disposed to le governed by a narrow
and selfish expediency, or even that our mo
tives would remain unlmptigncd ( and In this
our estimate has ml proved delusive. Not
the less, however, arc we prepared to stand
by our utterances upon this subject, even
though the gatb of respectability and culture
screen those tint stind upandtcll m,ltit truth
htiJ htttr net haw httn tanl.
What we have said upon the subject of lep
rosy has been governed by the facts which
hive come to our knowledge, uttered without
exaggeration, ami with Ihe strictest regard for
truth, and our inferences as derived from facts,
whether right or wrong, have liecn made hon
cstly and In nccordmcc with good conscience.
We were well aware that a truthful exposition
of facts as ihcy existed would not conduce Im
mediately in furthering the business Interests
of the place; tint in themselves they would
not add to the reputation of the Islands as a
healthful anil promising resort for prospective1
settlers, and were also aware that their re
hearsal would not add to the comfort of such
of our residents as have been disposed lo culti
vate a feeling of ignorant contentment and
hive satisfied themselves with the belief that
"where ignorance Is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise."
As wise ft man as Shakespeare has told us to
"SetV truth, where'er It may I found;
Vheher on Lhrlitlan or on heathen ground."
Phvslciansof high respectability in this place
lnvc given expression in our presence to the
belief that the action of the present adminis
tration In dealing with the leper Ins setback
the prospect of a final eradication of leprosy
at least fifty jcars, and we have every reason
to Indorse this belief as correct. Should we
then, as public journalists, and for n few busi
ness considerations, close our mouths and help
still further to prolong that period, and tacitly
aid In a process by which, if continued, the
entire population of these Islands would soon
liecome poisoned beyond hope, or repair? by
which, If continued, our social and commercial
proscrity would soon as a result be brought
to an entire stand-still? by which as a nation
we would become reduced to that condition
which could alone call forth the contempt of
the civilized world? Such considerations as
these arc, in our minds, vastly more important
than the suggestions of a narrow and selfish
policy that would justify any means by the end
to be obtained.
Hut, if wc have met opposition from a few
of which better things were expected, wc arc
still amply repaid for our efforts in the direc
tion of reform, in the consciousness of having
done our duty without motives of fear or favor;
in the knowledge that wc have received in the
matter the moral supiwrt of a mijority of the
most enlightened minds of our community;
and in the fact that the agitation of the subject
has not been without its effect in stimulating
the government once again to give its attention
to the isolation of lepers.
A number and probably all of our local
lodges, societies, etc., have been invited to be
present at the coronation ceremony on the 1 2th
of l'cbruary next. It seems that in some of
these the opinions concerning the matter arc
not unanimous, and it could hardly be ex
pected that it would be. While it Is true that
the coronation is not at all opular, there are a
number who will want to attend. These can
mainly be divided into two classes those who
hold public office and arc thereby in a measure
dependent upon tlie government for a living,
and those who are prompted by curiosity alone.
Kv en though there be several of these in the
various societies in Honolulu, yet there is no
good reason why these lodges or societies, as
such, should accept the invitation tendered.
We believe that most societies carefully keep
aloof from everything of a political nature, and
arc bound to uphold good gov crnment. Is not
this coronation dodge of the. King apolitical
mana-uvrc, totally unnecessary? and if it have
any influence on public affairs, as it must, will
it not be rather for evil than for good ? Kala
kaua is King of Hawaii nei, He cannot be
any more a King than he now is, though he
should be crowned a thousand times. The pro
ject is from the very first the result of anything
but good government, inasmuch as it drinks
up vast sums of the people's money which is
badly needed for other and important purposes.
To countenance such misgov eminent by being
present at the farce Is to encourage it. Although
large sums of money have been appropriated
for the fiasco the sum is not nearly sufficient to
cover the expenses. The next legislature will
be called upon lo pick the nation's pockets
again to secure a "little more coin " to square
the accounts of this profligate government,
and most prominent among the items of defi
ciencies will be the "coronation."
Wc do not hold that it is necessary for even
the majority of government officials to attend
the ceremony. In many instances the office
sought the man and not the man the office. In
any case each ihould be perfectly independent,
and because their superiors in office encourage
this ridiculous and unnecessary expenditure of
the people's money is no reason why they
should be compelled to play second fiddle and
mimic the strains of their leaders, when they
heartily disapprove of the whole scheme.
Uvcry private citiicn who believes (and who
tloes not) that this is an enormous evil, should
refuse to attend, for to be present is to ac
quiesce in the proceedings.
There are in the neighborhood of 70,000
eople in this group. Kalakaua is only one of
these. As King he merits and receives con
siderations that others do not; but there is a
limit beyond which no one should go. No one
should le more interested thalfthe King In
seeing the people properly governed, and if he
possessed a spark of patriotism, rather than
squander the public funds ujwn his own vanity
he would have licen content to reign as did his
six predecessors, without a crown which can
not legitimately lend him any additional power
or sanctity. If the people unanimously accede
to his requests and stand ready to pander to
his desires in this matter, what will be ex
pected of them next? If they show themselves
so willing to be led the lime will come when
they will "get left " and the King will take,
as a right, whatever he desires and with a few
more ministries like the present, we may be
prepared for the establishment of a dcsiibtism.
When Ihe coronation lakes place next month
only the minority who favor the project should
MILK FOR BABES.
Come, little children, and you shall hear the
pretty words: which the good I'reiuier has said
o the poor Hawaiians. Vou shall see how
tenderly he instructs the people as to their con
duct when i-. the presence of this merry King.
1 iu shall see that nothing has been left unsaid
in the beautiful and Instructive words of the
good I'icimcr. Listen t It is Ihe good I'lemitr
who is speaking to the simple Hawaiians, and
this Is what he say t
In your presence (the people of Hawaii) our
King will be crowned, on the lath cf Febru
ary, 188 3. We have waited Ions to see the full
completion of the preparations for placing tUU
chiuicui upon nun.
lie continues, showing, bow, though the
merry King departs utterly bom the cuilomi
ol his own people, he "wtafcnM to the cut.
tout of inoejLichs" eMbt)r ajiea. Is oU that
he may "take upon himself the sacredncss, etc.
of your ancient kings, O Hawaii."
This Is a prlic enigma. Correspondents may
send an answer up to Ihe lath of February
next, when it will prolnbly lie publicly solved.
That he may conform lo the custom of mon
archies, he is about to take upon himself the
exclusiveness and sacredncss of your ancient
kings, O Hawaii.
Showing why the merry King takes the new
emblem His Majesty's self-sacrifice) his un
selfish devotion lo coming races; the coming
races, In this case, will probably lie white.
He will take this new emblem so that com
ing generations cannot forget when In the pres
ence of the Ambassadors sent hither by great
powers to do honor tothe Hawaiian race onac
count of this coronation, of our King.
Showing how the gentle Hawaiian Is ex
pected lo assemble In public and play the
h) poctitcbcforc the reprcscntativ es from foreign
lands. They will, for the lime being, iffviti
He, forget that the "dread king" was placed
upon the throne against their wishes, and that
n riot was the consequence. They will forget,
if they can, the personal rccortl of the "dread
king" when he was a dread supernumerary
running with the dread machine. Affectionate
greetings arc, however, in order, so that the rep
resentatives from foreign landsmayscc his merry
and dread Majesty in the very act of tcposlng
In the love of his people.
Therefore all vc loval subjects of the dread
king are bidden to come and witness the august
ceremonies of their royal coronation, to mani
fest vour trustful ami reverent recant lor vour
king, and to illustrate to the representatives
Horn loreign lands the manner or our aflcct
ionatc greeting to our sovereign and the love In
w hich lie reposes.
Showing how the dread king will replenish
his larder during the Inundation of foreign rep
resentatives. And, as It Is in accordance with the custom
of the nation from ancient times, for gifts and
presents to be offered to the sovereign on such
great occasions as this, therefore let your loval
lieatts testify, each one according to his ability,
to tlie jojiui love it iccls towartls Its king.
Showing how, by casting one's bread upon
the waters, though it becomes unfit for use,
some one is sure to be the gainer; and how, by
dividing one's last pig and foi with the new
Hedged monarch, it will lie published to the
world that "no other nation beneath the sun is
as proud of its king as Hawaii," all of which
will not buy the baby a new malo, but it sounds
And when wc open our generous, gifl-licaring
hands, this deed of love to our king will, doubt
less, be blazoned abroad throughout the whole
world when the representatives of foreign
lands shall return to their own governments as
an astonishing offering, something to be proud
of, and that no other nation beneath the sun is
so proud of its king as Hawaii.
Showing that nothing is done by retail at the
palace; that all Hawaiians, even the most dis
tant, shall have the opportunity of impoverish
ing themselves for the sake of making a show
before the representatives.
And, that all persons outside of Honolulu
may fully understand about this tribute-giving,
the ncriod from the 11th of lanuarv fo the ctli
of i'ebruary has been set apart as the time
when the remote districts shall send offerings
and tributes to the Marshal of the Ceremony
(literally, cinel ol least) at the palace, llono
Showing how thoie at Honolulu arc to wait
until the 21st, for if they send their eggs too
soon the dread king will not know if they
spoiled on his premises or w ere rotten before he
asked for them.
And the people of Honolulu arc to wait until
the 21st of February and then bring in their
ofierings to the palace yard. On that same
day, also, the new palace w ill be opened for
public inspection by the King's subjects.
Showing how as there is danger of few
coming voluntarily from, distant parts some
will be compelled to come, in order that the
performance may go on in the presence of the
foreign representativ cs.
And, as the Coronation Committee deem it
prob-iblc that you will not all come, seeing that
some of vou will remain te look after your
farms, fields and planted patches, wc have re
solved it will be w ise and seemly to command
the people or each electoral district to assemble
at a proper place and hold a meeting of citizens;
and let these assemblies choose fifteen delegates
to come to the coronation in the name of the
citizens of the districts to which they each be
long ; and the district judges arc invited to
take the lead in calling these meetings of the
citizens of their districts. Let them speedily
rexrt to the chairman of the committee the
list of names of those who have been 'chosen
before January 28th.
Showing how no one may hope to gain any
thing by all this save only the dread king and
When you, o iieoule, choose your delegates.
do not let them come with any political plans
Showing how it is desirable to impress upon
the minds of the ingenuous Hawaiians that
there is really something in this, after all.
And now, U Hawaii, we have come to a
time when the grandeur anil our jealous desire
for the sacredncss of our sovereign is to be
greatly magnified, an event such as Hawaii has
never bclorc seen.
God save the King 1
Walter M. Gibson, Chairman.
II. A Wiihuann, Wm. P. Wood,
Jos. Kawainai, Chas. II. Juuu,
Ahiolanl Hale, January 11, 88
O, Hawaii I O, Humbug 1 And this is Ihe
problem upon which young I law aii is nourished.
No native family js complete without it. Chil
dren cry for It. It may be had in quantities to
suit by applying to Walter M. Gibson, at the
Ministerial Pharmacy, under the patronage of
II. II. M. Kalakaua I.
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
Head the Coronation advertisement under
the head of "Nathe Tress," In today's issue,
and laugh I ,
Is It true, as rumored, that Hawaii is to lie
presented with three 1'iinccs of the I louse of
David on Coronation day?
The Coronation Committee is already beg
ging, and advertises for persons to present hot
iufu to the King during Ihe festal period in
other words, a hint to be prepared when "the
hat is iiasscd around."
The organ of the Premier has frequently told
us that the amount appropriated for the Coro
nation is ample therefor, We are glad to
know this. In fact we will not forget It, else
the report of "$15,000 having been advanced
to aid the Coronation expenses" would give
Notifications of the Lord High Chamberlain
having been instructed to Invite to a
seat in the amphitheatre (or elsewhere) in hon
or of the Coronation of Their Majesties the
King and Queen are being sent around, in in
stallments. The invitations ore naturally sup
posed 10 come later,
The so-called invitations to the coronation
read h follows "To have the honor ef be
ing prettnt at the coronation cefcmoaUa of
Their Majestic the King and Queen. The
chamberlain of the Howenolil is autheftaed
to tame to a seat in the (
pbithealre or cImwIumc,) offtmle the (seat
trance of loltat rahec, oa Moaday, VfLrnmj
lath, a. l FhMi!. 11 e'efas .
M." T1aUktlMlawikUooi' fcidi wc hf
UlmriMMMlv Mta Mytktaf Ut twad-
some, and the wording Is a libel upon the
The "False Alarm" leader of the Daily
TiVrroflhc 12th, would not lie worth noticing,
were it not for the fact that it is the orgm of
the I'rcmlcr-l'resldcnt of the lloird of Health,
and as such seeks to calm fears justly amused
upon the condition of leprosy on these islands.
It starts out with statements that arc not Inrne
out by facts here, let alone In Norway, Cam
da, China and India. It is a piece of bare
faced lm)ositlon on the credulity of the public
lo assert "that leprosy Is scarcely contagious
In the remotest degree."
The organ grinder kindly sought lo allay the
feats of Ihe "dear people" or the "while
invader" portion thereof upon the nutter of
"full dress " attendance at the farciil proced
ure of next month. A party discussing the
point held lint "full dress," for the lidics,
meant, all fullness on the floor, nothing aliovc,
oh no I It is hocd Ihe I.. II. C. will publish
the rules of dress, etc., to be observed on such
courtly occasions so nslo settle these InqKirtant
matters for the modistes, as, being fearfully
taxed, It is ossiblc they will not have lime for
To the narrow-minded who hold that the
present tirade by the independent pipers iiKn
leprosy matters Is doing great harm to the
country, we would like to ask who docs the
greater harm, Ihcy who sec and know of this
evil and do nothing, or they who call loudly to
an Inactive lkiard of Health to deal with the
matter for the saving of the nation? And to
charge us with dealing with ihe subject for
"political ends" shows that the enormity of
the evil is not understood, nor the fact realized
that this journal Is entirely free and indepen
dent and is conducted by its proprietor for the
A writer in the '. C. A. of the 13th Inst.,
takes exceptions to the deductions In our re
cent article on mortuary statistics, and endeav
ors to show greater discrepancies in the statis
tics of the Hoard of Education. This we will
deal with when wc have more carefully colla
ted all the facts, and would feel obliged If "Kf
would assist us to carefully deduct facts from
the figures he presents and not take the deaths
of an admitted portion of Honolulu only to be
divided among the whole district. TJie theory
assigned for so many deaths from " unknown "
causes may satisfy our critic, but has the Agent
of the Hoard of Health been careful to obtain
any facts on this "unknown" feature of his
table at the Government Dispensary? Wc will
refer to this again.
The . C. A. of NoV. 25th, 1SS2, spoke of
the present ruler of this kingdom as "The
most constitutional King that ever sat upon the
throne of 1 Iawaii." If this be true how can he
be made any more constitutional than he is ?
Hut look upon that statement and then on
this, which appears in the Coronation advert
isement in the Pat Aina, written by the
flowery pen of the V. S. L., and found trans
lated in another column in to-day's l'KKSS :
"That he may conform to ihe custom of
monarchies, he is about to take upon himself
the exclusiveness and the sacredncss of your an
dint A'inrs, O Hawaii." (The italics arc
ours.) Consistency, thou jewel I
Dkpartmkntof the Attorney General, )
Honolulu, 11. I., Januaiy 19, 1883.
Editor Saturday Press Sir: In your
issue of the 6th inst. you state that n meeting
of the Cabinet as held on the previous Thurs
day, at which the question of calling an extra
session of the Legislature was discussed, and
again in your issue of live 13th inst. the state
ment is substantially repeated, with the addi
tion "that the proposition received the consent
of a majority of the Cabinet, the Attorney
General alone remaining firm in his opposition
I must give those statements an unqualified
denial. No such meeting was held, neither
has the matter in question ever been discussed
at any meeting of the Cabinet, and I have no
reason to think that any difference of opinion
exists, or has existed, between myself and my
colleagues on the subject.
Yours respectfully, Edwvru Preston.
We cheerfully give place to any correction
whenever wc may be in error in the least de
gree. We must take Mr, Preston's word that
no such meeting of the Cabinet was held, and
that the matter has not been discussal at any
meeting of the Cabinet. We are ready and
willing to believe this; but the present Cabinet
has queer ways of doing many things. Our
informant did not state whether the meeting
was held at Aliiolani IIale,or informally in the
new amphitheatre, or some other place, and
our mistake may have been in speaking of a
"Cabinet meeting" instead of a "meeting of
Cabinet officers." Ed.
JANUARY TERM, 1883.
Saturday of last week and Monday of this,
were exclusively occupied in the hearing of di
Tuesday, 16th. Ilefore Justice McCully,
Ihe case of Queen Dowager Emma vs the
Crown Commissioners, in ejectment ; case
heard and submitted. F, M. Hatch for plain
tiff; E. Preston for defenltants,
Wednesday, 17th. Ilefore a native jury
the trial of one liana for the murder of her
husbond by poisoning, at Kamoiliili in October
last. The trial continued from 10 o'clock
A. xi. to 10 o'clock p, M,, when a unanimous
verdict of "not guiUyi" was rendered. At
torney General for the prosecution John Kus
sell for defense,
Thursday, 18th. Ilefore the full court in
Uanco, were heard and submitted, the follow
ing cases; King Lee vs W, C, Parke 'and
K. P. Ilickerlon, trespass on the case, in issu
ing and serving an illegal warrant. This was
an appeal from the decision of the Chief Jus
tice. A. S. Ilait well for plaintiff) K. K.
Ilickerlon in person. Luka vs I). K, Kyfe,
as Administrator of the estate of Paoo,
assumpsit. Appeal from the decision of ihe
Chief Justice. S. II. Dole for plaintiff: J. M,
Davidson for deft.
Mr. K. Hoffman of East Maul plantation
furnishes us with Ihe following table of rain
fall at that place for the past thirteen years,
from 1870 to 1882 inclusive!
ItA 50 inches
l7. ........ ll
1874. .. . .I0o.)o
1880. . . 74.11
1881, . ..,,,131 at
lHa, .. 76.09
J V. WANGKNMKIM, cr
Wil shortly lolroduo. th. foUovtna' kevrraz cs, saailrs
w wnMi salt v. nil, ana
j-.jy DilicmJ u AV Part t tU Cilft
Ihvaivasli ros Haoaciih anu DnrsrstA.
SUPMKMl QUALITY, FO rAMILV UH.
JOHN A PALMER and W, W. KILDOURN
Artf Hit ittty firvttJ it cltAtninhtr
UNftlR THR FIRM NAMR OP
PALMER & KILBOURN
Honolulu, January ,, .Uj. ", AK''
THE ABOVE FIRM WILL OPEN
FOR tlUMNKSS ABOUT
AinimtV! M(i, ISSH,
At No. 111! Fort Street, near Motel,
KITH A rULL, LINK Or
rind FANCY GOODS.
TIIRV WILL AISO MANUFACTURE
Soda Writer, Olnger Ale, Etc
Tklbciionk, No. 19;. tas-jm
House and Lot For Sale,
I am instructed bv I. C. GLADE. ESO . toolTer at
private sale Mi handsome residence,
Corurr of Jmltt ami f.tttnt Street
ThU oronertv It in the healthiest nart of the citv. Itt
facilities for drainige are perfect, guaranteeing thereby
pcrieci ireeuom irom marina.
Ihe nrmnect commindt a DnUGHTHJL VIEW
of the city and harbor, a well as the ctmt line, from
near Diamond Mead to the watanae .Mountains.
'I he main house U lirce and commodious, faithfully
built three )ear ago, and is
flNISHIII) IN HANDSOME STYLE,
With every convenience. Hot and cold water are laid
on the Hath rooms in Wth none (ris, also, is bid
on, with over fifty lights, through the whole house,
with elegant chandeliers in the principal rooms.
pn the main floor wilt W found a large Parlor and
Dining-room, bitting room. Hall, Mosquito room,
Children's Dining room, Huh room, two I ted rooms,
Closet, and a I'antryTwo Storerooms and Kitchen,
attached to main building, but under a separate roof.
On the second floor, wmch 1$ reached byn comemel
stairway from the half, are Two I.argc I!edroonn,aox
also, fivo good sired lledrooms, Verandah-room, Bath-
room and t
The main house is about 70 feet front and .3 feet
, nc mivucil is t-uii.diiciiiiy iii!iiid, mm m .hi
coolvine-rangc, with hot water attachment.
On the croumls are Two Cottaces. with verandah.
and a well built Stable, with accommodation for three
horses and carriages, as well as three rooms for servants.
1 here is, also, n small building for the Can Machine.
The lot is 353 feet on Judd street and about 550 feet
on Lihha street, containing an area of four acres.
Parties desiring to visit the property can do so upon
application to Mr. Adams.
A portion of the purchase money can remain upon
mortgage for one or two ears. Apply lo
t4 E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
PROGRAMME OF TIIK
To be held on
Thursday, Feb. &, 83
Commencing at If. in. Sharp.
ICoronation Purse, Prize $100
Trirf ifrrre. Vrer to all.
2 Kalakaua Purse,
ei to ult.
3-Kaplolani Purse, Prize ?ioo
ti-Onml Off? Jtacr, -Prro to nit.
4 Lilluokalani Purse,
Canoes uttnu fie jHttfdtea, Free to all,
S-Diving- Contest. - Prize $25
Free to all
Vartte Intemltna to enter for the iif-
Uatta, are requested to leave the riim of
their Jloat ami Color before the Stth of
February, with . H. Jlobertaon
tST Kul ami other Information apiertaining to the
Regatta may be obtained on oppllcatton to J. NV. Rob
J. U. KAWAINUI,
CAPT. A. PUlXEK.
J, W, ROBERTSON
U4-0 Hegatta Committee,
pHE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. 1SNGLING Jb Co.,
AV. J, A'.... St., .atfWai . A,
Sot. agents for the. Islands. A full line of th.
Huptrlor a hi!
.J few ratta Htorem,
um! " Mufierlor"
and KUlures for I he tarn. alwa s In stock,
JOli WORK 1'KOMl'lLY DONE.
TaUySaaa Ma. 1 1 . '"T
FURNISHED KOOMS-ln suites anj slniil.. In
desirable, locality! sunale for privat. family,
im CAVt,NAli'a AOENCV.
Ai'fLK CIUKK, UIXtlXK UKKH,
Aku Non.Auoiioi.ic UavKHacss,
lUrctanla Street, Ut. r'ort Slrtet and Garden I-ai
Almanac hho"JhhhuI for 1HS3
Is now ready ror delivery.
rk...,.,MsoW4iUtash MaUul alroaj.. 60 cents
114-ias TH06, a T1IKUV1, fuUislxr.
T-SKAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MX WAI4M.VA, U4HV.
TW ywlat. U Wihlta. tar' fc utis (bMuym
ntniai-aj tf wajalna Pmah fcaflairy, twasalataf
mJpi)4n-K ", WN Mm baStaa. ia.ar.Mi,
littfllv Alitr Chirr Mttmifiirlorn,
lir.RF.T.NIA STUr.ET, lIlmM
Fort Street ami Harden Une, f ll0Hn
Apple Cider and Ginger Jhcr,
.. OP SiriRIAR QUALITY, AMI
All Kin. Is of Non-Alcoltolle DerrraeM.
Denlers nml the pilille In generst are solicited to live
my Iteverftireen fair trhl. ami I feel asMireil tlieywill
oe cwnTliKftl 01 iiicir inriu., nnu onicr no Ol ner.
The Trade Supplied at Reasonable Rates
lt3m Proprietor an'l Manufacturer.
NO TICK. All bill p to January ;. t8Sj. tY
MeftlCftmuiithV Apcncy. V, O. WAI.U.K,
late propTif tor of Hotel Street Market. m
NO I ICI1 I have thU thy ol to Camugh ft Co.
the bmlneii of the Hotel Street Market, ami
have much pleasure In recommend in jt the new firm to
the favorable notice of my former patron.
Honolulu, January 8, 1883. K. O. WAl.M.K.
Having purchased the Rood will of the IfotebStrret
MArWf. wb am twiw tirrttarml lo nunt.lv nlil rmtoineri
and new onu with the Witt qinlity of Ilecf, Mutton,
I'orlt, Veil, IWtry find I '(tit n I market price. Ship.
ntt tuppiieu witn live mock. iv i.aim .v u.
Honolulu, January 8, 188 ii
TMIB HOTEL STREET MARKET
ti now In a portion to supply their customer with
Prime Mutton, Veal
nml evetslhtng In ttio niest line,
.Vniif In oili- Onlrm. "rniiijif rpei-.
i)4 tf CAVKNAGI! & Co.
TO I.UT Two (.aree UnfumUhet! Rooms, five
minutes walk from rost-ofricc. CAVKNAOII'S
-Fresh comteninent of prime domestic
CAVKNAtill'S AtlhNCV. 114
FOR SALE One oien top Huggy, in good order
(two iteats), cheap for cash. CAVKNAOII'S
N0T1CK. All ersons having claims nglinst the
Kslate of M. J, Hose, deceased, will please pro
scnt them lo ihe undersigned ; And all rsons indebted
to the aliove estate will please settle their accounts by
tnymentto F, A. SCIIAEt-KK.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, ma 124 41
One or two miMC maid, for minding children and for
aMtance in the household. Apply to io. 3 JKnooi
The fine dwellint? home. No. 00 llcretanla it reel, next
door to A. W, Smith. For furthr-rart.cular apply to
A. MUX I AINU,
134-41 rhotograph Cillery, Fort St.
0LL1STER & Co.,
Wnol R3ALK AND KktAIL
and manufacturer of AI'.RA'I r.lJ WAIKRS.
Importers ami Dealers In
Genuine Patent Medicine.,
Fancy and Toilet Article..
Ktc, Lie, Ktc,
Sole Agents for the Celebrated
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
JfclJ'tiHt Gitifvr Ale,
59 Nuuanu Sf, and Corner Fort ami Merchant St
HONOLULU, II. 1 108
UTM, WENNER & Co.,
9a Four Stkkkt, Honolulu. I.,
Have re-opened at the old stand with a new
and carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, all kinds.
Gold Chains and Guards.
Sleeve Buttons. Studs, ficc
I.ad.e would do well to call and examine our stock ot
Uracelett. Uruochc. ..ockctf. Earring, etc.,
which were especially selected with a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Madu to order.
The repairing branch of our business we regard a an
mportatit one, and all joint entrusted to us will
be executed In a nunncr second to none.
Of every description done to order. Particular alien
tlon I aid to orders and job work from the other
IftUmK While thanking the public for part
favors, we return to hope that our long ex
perienca In thee Islands will enable us
In the future.
Qutek Half ami Small Jro'
It our motto, and we shall keep m stock every article In
our une 01 business. 51311
OOMBTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN
Mao. Ksprcssly for these Islands t
BmokU Deal Fads-as.
Bssokla Dirt EsolsUUrrs,
Lavoa Wasatar Tlas,
CAI.lVOKNIA KID LACK,
tlush Clove Tuus.
Ilrocans, new in.
IjuIics' rcLLIa llutton Cro.uct Shoes,
Misses and Children's Shoes, etc.
lly th. Sue. I have received a Mock U (.adwV 'and
('cuts' and Children's bllOrS, etc, maoniaclurcU la
my order lor tnlt inarscl.
No. M Kino stusst
' llMf '
nnHE MONTAGUE RANGE
t'OK SK1TIN0 IN IIKICK.
G. ANGLING it) Co.,
A'N jA'kmsm JTf., fttvtufa, It, .
Sol. agents for thes. Islands. In. tea cooling .
paraius tor id. riantaiKm, riotei or rauuiy,
HANOI'S 4 FIXTURES stun a
Hut H'ulrr llollr;
Ural Uur; Ktt.,
Always lu stock.
EiplkU ttirtcliMu lor Kiting up accomiany .very
Circulars anJ Meet qh application, tlt-or
THE LATEST NOVELTY,
TMIHVTKH Or HAW.IIIAX flCMMK,
A Souveajr of lU Saasun, bj laical Writers,
4 "IUwi. SW,"
lUBLISHED BY THO. - THRUM.
II J NOI.TF., PROPRIETOR,
Ileus In announce to his frienite and lh miblte In gen
eral that he has otenet the ator. Saloon where.
From JAM, hit tar. m!
Clgari, Pipes and
Chonen ly ft (frnni. wlrctlon from firt-fU tnanu
factories. hii Wen obtained Ami will be
Ailttal from lime to tine
On of nnifMwkk ft tUIVe tetelirnteit
Itconnectcit with the etAMihmtnt, where lover of
j qr the cue can jurtieijKite.
I Uke great jilernnre In tnforrn.nff my friemU and the
imMic In general, that I hare
REM OVE D
To fii new .Store,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I orieu with an entire NEW S TOCK OF JEW
EI.RV, SOLID GOLD AND I'LAIED,
of all descriptions, and a complete
Agent for Simpson', Hall's. Steel's and Roger
silver 1'lated Ware Depot of tlie Genuine
American. Walt ham and Elgin
Will be a before, A SI'KCIAI U RANCH OP MINE
Warranting all Work. A full line of
Spectacle ami Ktealaejit
'Hianlcful for the confidence liiown me. 1 invito the
public to inspect my Mock before purchasing else
My good landing In thi Kingdom, from Ioiir ear
experience In thi bimneM, I, a guarantee that I thai I
oner the HES.'at the VERY LOWEST PRICES. I
have spared no expense in nclcctlnp new Mock in order
to keep up my reputation and to give utisfadloa.
MIOS. G. THRUM,
TIIK KECBirT, KX LATH ARKIVALS,
OK SKLKCTIONS IN
CRACKLED GLASS VASES,
Windsor A Nawttm's
FINE LEA11IEK & 1'I.USU HAGS, blest styles,
PURSES, CARD CASKS, MUSIC ROLLS,
INKSTANDS, GLASS l'Al'ER WEIGHTS,
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full assortment of latest styles lo L. followed with
rtgular supplies each month.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A fin. assortment of latest novelties In
Tlie alMv.jro.jds an opened at th. FORT STRUT
STORE (Ilrewer. HUk) and ar placnl at th.
lowest ngutes for th. cncoorag.racnt of Buyers.'
loth th. FORT AND Mr.KL'IIANT
.STREET hi ORES will Wcunducted
on at libera) a basis to th. public
as psissibW, coiiunentural. with
In alt cases.
CurrcspiMidcnce reictfid,y solicited and Orders
laii Mully atundctl to. 1, 11, I . takes plcsuut
In .Dnuunclng th. sclntion of th. tarjgesi
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