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SATURDAY, MAY if. tMj.
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i or i. r:fi.
Much intcrcttini matter ctlitmial ami local
U crnwtlfsl over into the supplement.
The Royal Acflnhunt SsKietv vstll pay the
etcntei of the inntpottatlon ofllvc stock en
tcml for prim al the fair, to ami from other
A Cleat Anal) ml,"
it totueco. will le
a talk to youni; i
about lotucco, will I Mr. (. rutans theme
to-mortovs evening at Kott-Slrect Church.
A contemporary calls llnitli attention lu
the faint numbering of man) of ihc local ex
The yacht Kmnu upset In the l,tloi on Ihc
IJlh. No one ssas Has Injuteil nmt the loat
The running stallion fiatfielJ, the proper!)
of Mr. Clarence Macfarlanc ami Mr. Williim
Cornvsell, smtvcsl on I he Suet in fine condi
tion. If Nuuanu, above llerclania street, can be
"callcJ our Van New Avenue," Nuuantf, lie
low llerclania sticet, can still mote npproprl
alcly l called our Ah Sin Avenue.
Thlt es enlng, at ihc resilience of V. R.
Castle, there will he an annual meeting ami
election of officers of the Mission Children's
Society. A full attendance is desired.
It has been suggested that visitors to the
V. NJ. C. A., particularly strangers, and esc
cially on delate nights, should sign the register,
so the) may tic known to the audience.
The magazines for May hase been rcccised:
The Century, Harpers', Atlantic, St. Nicho
las, Wide-Aw-aVc and Oserland; also the
Sugar Cane and Chambers' Journal for April.
If the Supreme Court is in want of a steno
grapher as intimated by a contemporary daily,
there is a ccntleman rcsidim; on Hawaii whose
serriccs as stenographer could probaby be
The habit which prevails among some of the
laborers along the whanes, of asking extra
wages when they find a vessel in a tight place,
can not too sescrcly be depreciated. Men
who stnVe for business-blood money are likely
to be remembered by those who employ them.
Mr. Williams, the photographer, took a
picture of the Y. M. C. A. building last week
and then going to his place of business,
selected a full assortment of island stereosco
pic views and sent them up with truev hiu
fuHica spirit, for the use ofsisitors to the
A ciliicn whose views on municipal good
government hase the indorsement of espe'ri
enceandthe merit of terse expression desires
public expression of the opinion that it will be
wise policy to employ prisoners in cleaning the
streets rather than hire their services to any
Dr. Withtngton-Augusl-Me)er, the much
aliased and self-titled English-Austrian ph)si
dan with whose presence these islands hase
recently been favored, sailed last Monday for
Australia by the New York, cursing with him
his own aloha, folded carefull) in two recent
copies of the Saturday Press.
This office has received from Mr. K. P.
Uond, Secretary of the Hawaiian Club,
Boston, a " Report of the Hawaiian Treaty,"
signed by Messrs. Edward Kemble and G. I'.
Denny, and presented to the National Hoard
of Trade, at its annual meeting which was
held at Washington last January.
Before Mrs. Ann Leak Thompson was mar
ried, she used to trascl in the United States as
Miss Ann t Leak, exhibiting the wornderlul
skill with which she made her feet do part of
the work Uesigncsi lor nanus, inn armiess
woman is one of the curiosities of the century.
She is now on exhibition in a tent on Hole!
street, near the Y. M. C. A. building.
Mr. A. S. Harlwell goes to San Francisco
by the Suez. I Its family accompanies him ami
ine goou wisnes 01 an cxicuutc iiuicuiuiui
and social acquaintance will follow him and
them wherever they may go. Fruit Vale, Cal
ifornia, will be their first point of further de
parture. Good bye to you Nesl Macfarlanc. A Ion
nie voyage to you, and a hearty welcome from
your numberless friends. May the 'Kriscan
fogs deal with you gently, may the dust of the
'rriscan streets keep always half a block be
hind you, may the 'r riscan girls be good to
you, Edward. And ere a year rolls round again
may you come back to us. May Neptune be
with sou, may Venus look dow n on you and
may Captain Dodd keep )ou from being sea
Happy denitens of the upper Nuuanu road 1
The shower it showereth every eve. Thereby
Is the dust discomfited ami the heart of the
housewife made glad. Unhappy house holder
of the lower town 1 Where the sprinkler
sprinklcth not is dust and dust and dust. Hut
it costs the Nuuanu folk more for rubber gar
ments and umbrellas.
All Honolulu says aloha to Captain Dodd of
the dues, lie is nuumi for Mil riaututu cm
route to London. The journey lietvs een those
two cities will make a portion of his wedding
trip, lie marries a Sin Francisco lady anil
will take her to hit English home and friends.
If there is one patron of the Suez who does
not join In the hope that Captain Dodd will
return to this route, in command of cither the
Mariposa or the Alameda of the Oceanic line,
that unappredatisc uscngcr is hiding in si
lence hit diminished head.
Mr. Samuel M. Damon hao become the for
tunate owner of a copy of the original "Ma
donna of the Chair.'' Artists hs.se permission
to copy the original ese,ry ten )ears only. As
a conseriuence, copies arc commonly painted at
second hand. The copy uwncd by Mr. Damon
was painted by Professor Ceccini, esteemed
the best copyist in Klotence. It was secured
tiv Messrs. Hoffnune & Co.. I-nndon. through
Mrs. James Jackson Jarvtes, second wife of
the author Ol the stanaaru Hawaiian niuury,
i nnr rime editor of the Polvncsian of Hono
lulu, and at present art correspondent of the
New York Times. Mrs. Jarsies is herself an
art critic of experience, and selected Mr. Da
mon's picture in the absence of her husband.
Universally conceded to be one of Raphael's
Most successful pictures, there U something in
the character as well as the artistic treatment
nfthe "Madonna ill the Chair" which nukes
it unique In art. Mi. Damon ind Mr. Damon's
Jlonolulan friends are to lie congratulated. Be
side the copy aftet Raphael, a virgin ami
child, after Murillo, and a number of fine proof
engravings, aimed for Mr, Dam, by the
A great many ladies and gentlemen sidled
the salesrooms of U. V, Macfarland & Co.,
last Thursday, to see and examine the large
Invtavca of majolica. Royal Danish porcelain,
silverware, bronzes, cut, blown and colored
glasswares an extensive line of ornamental
pods, highly attractive in themselves and
mtt artistically made the most of in their
vrosipii-igs. What the advertising Knglish of
ih special announcement circular character
zcs as the "piece dc icisUnce,"isasuibcv
nnle of modern ceramic ait. It rctucscr.lt.
as ill central Idea, l'lomcthcus in the chains of
bis living death, the horror of IlaUcs uon his
features, the KK oi me vunuic uccp in rus
side. It wtsjjld be wearisome and unprofitable
to ic'lcpcat the catalogue. There was beauty
enough in that loaded salesroom to bankru)
alt the reporters In Hawaii and all the lest of
J'olyoexii. But the solidmcn of the burg, and
their wises ami thdr daughters, were present.
They cane to admire, I hey icmaincd to buy
and a large iwopoition of the moat attractive
Silicic were sold before the purchasers had
M IstU the fort " for faity mtnutes. As the
gsrza declined to permit the finest guuds tu be
Uko away during the sale, everyone present
g4 a cbaacc to enjoy the exhibitions, and
aanruflh ptiil icaxaini on sale to justify a visit to
II town -1"" tbit, " day titer the lacci."
tiii oriirn tsi i .vim.
On the loth instant, the I.ikelike took sugtr
fmm the Seveet and Waiakra plantations.
Arrived at Hilt-, May 4th, Ihe Ihrcr masted
schooner Kmma Claudim, I aptaln V. Mat
son, from San Francisco, saige 15 ilayi, full
Some weeks since, a lank check sent by
Rev. Mr. Walnwtiglit of Kitpaa, Kaunl, In a
letter mailed lo a conespomlcnt In Honolulu,
was missing from the letter when rcccised.
As nothing was heard from the remittance, a
duplicate was made out, forwarded and paid.
A few dap latter, the original was tecelsesl by
a Chinese firm In Honolulu, and presented lit
the paee for acceptance, when the Insiders of
the check were Informed tint the draft had
Iwen vtld by the tank. This led to nn in
scstlgation on the tail of the police authorities
which has resulted In the aires! of a I hinese
ctwk cmplo)cst by Mr. Wainwtlght who Is
charged with basing stolen the original cheek,
and fraudulently obtained the amount of it
($J? 40) at a store In Kapaa.
Mr. Falwaril Whlttington Itoulsllle Town
semi, secretary of Ihc oemite Vallc) torn
tiii(on and recently morgue rcvnter of the
San Francisco Call, visited these Islands Iwo
)is ago. In company with Mr. IMward
I remor Macfarlanc he slsiietl Maui, ami was
there a guest at the delightful ami hospitable
home at Ulupatakua. During a ride to the
sightly outlook known as Prospect Hill Mr.
Tossnseml, in that tuidcful mental condition
which so often precedes a tumble, cvi)cd the
rather difficult feat of picking fiom the ground,
without leasing his saddle, the riding whip
sshich one of the ladies of the put) hid drop
jiesl. Mr. Tossnseml, sshosc precision of
metaphor Is cutiallcd only by his piesencc of
mind, lit squiely on the cons ex centre of his
helmet hat. While his shapel) legs were still
waving In thebrecre, Mr. Townsend, in a film
set ringing voice remiikevl t "M) dear
friends, saulting ambition has degenerated into
a can of spilled milk."
The Kohala correspondent of the Press
sends the following report of the unveiling of
the statue of Kainehameha I, n sscek ago last
Tuesday 1 " Kc-Kttf arc conflicting as to
whether the king arris cd at Mahukoni Satur
day afternoon or Sunday inofnin. At an)
rate, Kohala people were greeted with the un
usual Sunday moining sound of Ihe train sshis
tic; and one of them remarked that all we
wanted now was a highw ay robbery to place
us in the foremost rank of civilization. His
majesty went to the house of Deputy Sheriff
r.imlaa, but the train continuetl lutlhcr on to
bring attendants or visitors from inside. The
want of enthusiasm isas noticed both at the
station and at Mahukona, there being but the
barest apology for an attempt at cheering.
Tucvlay afternoon, as presiously announced,
the royal party proceeded to the site of the
statue, the procession being aliout as follow s i
The Hawaiian infantry army, adult citizens
(poe makaainana makua), ssomen, the Hassai
ian casalry, constables with torches, feather
cape-w carers, his majesty's personal attendants
and Russian officers. The picket fence on the
front of the premises had been removed for Ihc
occasion, 1 he kinc was seatctl on a shailctl
platform raised against the makai side of the
upper Ainakca scnool-house ; the statue licing
about twenty-five fed from the northwest
corner of the house, facing the road. The in
fantry anil bam! ranges! themselves in line in
front, and the cavalry on the road. Asul
from this, there was no ap-urcnt attempt at
formality. The exercises had been announced
for 3 o clock r. M but becan shortly after 2.
and consisted of music by the band, pra) er by
Kev. r,. iionii, address b) .. Kalri, unveiling,
national air by the land, address bv S. Kekini
assisteil by Judge Mahuka of Waimca. The
subiect of the adilress was the sirtues uf Ka
mehamcha, and the felicity of Kohala in being
the place of his birth. The speaker said the
exact spot of his adscnt was contested by four
claimants, but it is ccitain he was not born in
Kohala-iki, or in Kohal.vapa.ipaa, but in Ko
hala itself. And the rock marking the reputed
locality still lies intact. Thus ended the
ceremony, aliout or shortly after 3 p. M.
Owing to the short time allowed in which to
erect the concrete pedestal, it had not hard
ened sufficiently to be trusted with the full
weight of the statue, sshich was partly sus
tained by a derrick. People seemed pleased,
although wanting in enthusiasm. A native
was heard to say that it should have repre
sented the great king as a fully matured man
of well established reputation, and not as a
young one. It would be difficult, perhaps, to
tell the real feeling of the natises concerning
the statue, inasmuch as there was an entile
want of demonstration, and little expression of
any kind. The w' hole crowd collected on the
occasion did not probably exceed five hun
dred." T7fK TKSSIS XOVUSKY.
Last Tuesday afternoon eight )oung lad)
proficients at lass n tennis met In friendly joust
on the tennis field at Doctor McKibbin's.
There was quite an assemblage of ladies and
gentlemen, interestol in the fortunes of the
comlatants; anil the slotted lawn was such a
scene of animated lieauty as is not often
presented, even in Honolulu. The unfortu
nate uninvited who chanced to pass during the
games felt somewhat as mil the peri who stood
before Ihe closed gate of paradise.
the eight players were: .Misses uora, .Mar)
and I'hrcbe Dowsett: Miss Maud Wodchousc,
Miss Cotta Mist, Miss Minna Widenunn, Miss
rsina Green and Miss Delia Adams.
The rival winners before the final game
were Miss Dora Dowsett and Miss Mist. In
the dedsise tilt, the singularly effective
" serve " of the latter, pla)cri with a switt and
almost unerring twist, proved irresistable,
notwithstanding Miss Dow sett's brilliant and
skillful counter play. Miss Mist's remarkable
coolness and nerse effectually supplemental
her proficiency, and wtin a salso of merited
applause at the finish.
" High tea," lawn-served on a score of little
tables, concluded Ihe pleasure of the imme
diate gathering; ami the guests retired the
gentlemen lo a bewildering sision of tennis
law n and law n garden gow ns and Kensington
stitched plush hats and dancinr- eves and
tripping feet and sunny hair ami res) checks
and flashing teeth; the ladies lo dream of
A small but Interested company assembled
in the Y. M. C. A. audience-hall last Monday
evening, in response 10 the invitation of the
entertainment committee, to discuss or listen
to the discussion of the question, "Kcsolved
that the accumulation of large fortunes In the
hands ol individuals is productive 01 more good
Mr. W, O. Smith presided. In the absence
of the speaker previously chosen to open the
debate, Doctor Emerson "spoke on the affirm
ative of the proposition, taking the middle
ground ol acknowledgment that the possession
of wealth often worked public injury in the
hands of designing or unscrupulous men, but
that it so often did good in the hands of good
men that the evil was offset.
Doctor Rogers, opening for the negative,
held that whatever advantages might follow
the accumulation of wealth by good men that
the general tendency of the amassing of great
fortunes w as to prci ent the best development
of character and make Ihe most desirable home
life Iimiossible : because neither the man so
hopelessly "down" that he saw noway uf
iiettcrtng ins condition, nor me nun so rich
that in him the conservatism of moderate
wealth had been merged in the aggtesUve and
destructive tendency uf vast wealth, had time
or the surroundings for the best menial ami
Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., thought wealth nude
a man conservatisc 1 that equality was Im
possible, thai the investment of great wealth in
icml-public or private municipal or rural Im
provements helped the whole body of men.
Mr. if. C. Kvant ioke of the cnoimous in
dustrial, commercial and agricultural develop
ment which the accumulation of great wealth
had made possible in the United States during
the ivliod following Ihe close of Ihe dvil war.
The speaker showed the Inevitable diffusion of
wealth in such vast enterprises at the Inter'
ocean railroad buikling in America durini: re
cent tears, ami the inevitable tendency of
wealth loatMtc tnctwwci 11 colored by ll.c
creation of monopolies. By Implication, this
speakef brought out the imjioitant fact, which
was in some dancer U bdni lost sieht of in the
debate, that corporate wealth was merely an
aggicviteof individual wealth and the cxeidte
of ui destructive as well asils constructiietocr
was properly chargeable to Ihe individuals who
Ml. W, A. Kinney outlined Ihe difficulties
of the great middle das in New Yoik dly,
where the heavy capitalists were aide to con.
rol the market in almost every avenue of
trade, making or bicaking merchants by the
exercises of a power as aiUtrary and galling at
the despotiitB o( tn oriental ruler or a liiical
Rev Sctcno Bishop said thai the tendency
ofthcgrsat wealth mountenl of the age was
low arils the creation of money kings men
who did Just what the) pleased, sshoeorruptnl
omits, earned elections, controlled legislatures
ami laughed at public opinion. Money kings,
being quite as 1) tannics! ami much mote vul
gir thin kings by Ihe consent of Ihelr subjects,
were ofTcnsise lo the more enlightened spirit of
the age and ought lobe dethroned bylaws
that should limit the accumulation of lmlisl.Ui.il
Mr (. Carson Kcnynn Ihouglit no one
hail Ihc right clip on tl.e tiihircl.
Rev. Mr. Mackintosh viltl that his esietl
ence sscnt In piose that those who objected lo
Ihe accumulation ol great wealth wcic those
who hail not accumulated il.
Imlee liidd held that Ihe kcs. note of Ihe
situation svas In the binds of the people 1 that
I men would distmmte well ami bail men
il , llifll It rtt tlirTirult for human iiuli-tnent to
determine how the subject of limiting wealth
could be justly .settled. Fortunately, rich men
could not take their wealth out of this world
and, If humin wisdom might determine what
best to do ssith those corporations which had
no souls tn lie damned and no IhxIIcs to be
kickcsl, the indisiitii.il noli might lie left to
their own devices, as the wealth accumu
lated in one lifetime was almost sine In lc
lifTuscd In the nctl.
After brief closlni: speeches by Ihc opening
speakers, ihe chairman put the question on its
merits. IndeiKiidenl of the arguments made.
and the negative ssas catrird by a latgc major-
I he licit subject lor discussion, Ihe date ol
which will be hereafter announced, Is "Kc
solved that Ihc Islands will have direct tele
graphic connection with the United States
within ten )cars,"
The entertainment committee wishes it un
derstood thai the delates aic open to all visit
ors, subject to such rules only as may be made
hy the lly of debaters from lime to time. At
present the only tulcs made are Ihit speakers
shall be limited to ten minutes each, unless a
unanimous consent to go on lie giv en by those
present ; and that the oemng speakers shall
lias c lis e minutes each in closing. Visitors arc
requested to luccest tonics for debate: and arc
eipcctcsl to vole on new subjects selected.
The initial debate of last Monday night goes
to prove the capacity of the town for stimulat
ing public discussion of a friendly character ;
and actisc interest in causing it on ought to be
helpful in many wa)s.
tiik latest riniKiny xkuh.
A Chinese consulate is to be established in
New Yoik city.
There is an epidemic of diphtheria in Tomb
The glimmer of the "Star Route" verdict
dawn is vet afar olT,
Many of ihe Chippewa Indians arc said lo be
Green R. Raum, United States commis
sioner of internal res cnuc, has resigned,
The Chicago Railway l.xosition will open
on the 24th instant.
Yellow fever is raging in Buenos A) res,
South America, and is threatening to become
epidemic in Lima.
Irish emigrants arc being sent to Minnesota
and Canada. They are in object poverty and
arc practically paupers.
Thcd)namitc Irish party threatened to blow
up the Brooklyn bridge if il is opened on
May 24th, the queen's birthday.
The captain of the ship New sboy from New
castle was lost oserlxiard two da) s out from
New York horsemen want to exclude from
the spring races Californian horses, because of
a new anil untieiincd disease said lo exist
One hundred vessels loaded with an aente-
gate of four and a quarter million bushels of
grain, chielly wheat, were wailing lor the
Straits of Mackinaw to open the last of last
Congressman P. II. Thompon of Kentucky
shot and killed Walter Davis, a merchant of
Harrodsburg. Jealousy was the cause. Davis
is the fifth man Thompson has killed the
others, in "self-defense."
At least two United States Senators, who are
closely watching the relations of the lailroads
and the government, say that they are deter
mined that citectivc amenuments shall tic made
in the Thurman act by the next congress.
Telegrams from Peking state that the envoy
from the King of Annam arrived there to ob
tain the consent of the Chinese Government to
the opening of the Red River to foreign trade
and to induce China to afford such diplomatic
and material assistance as may be necessary.
It has been decided between the Knglish and
American governments that hostile Indians
who raid across either line should be arrested,
their arms, carts, tents snd horses confiscated,
and themselves sent across the line to be dealt
with by the government from which they es
caped. It is reported that Auditor Dunn is almut to
bring suit against the Southern and Central
Pacific railroads for $2,044.30 and $2,089.73,
delinquent taxes of 18S2. The property of
these companies ssas put up for sale at the
usual delinquent tax sale, but no bids could be
obtained. The Southern Pacific was assessed
at $l 10,000 and the Central Pacific at $108,
000 on their franchises, rolling stock and road
bed in this country.
The last United States public debt statement
shows a decrease during April of $2,851,402;
cash in the treasury, $3 10, 1 (,0,401 ; cold cer-
! 0 . stf-ft-n 4 eili oe isntl ft A4P sT VI Aflt
lllltMI-rt, OJJ.JW , -l.l. vi.tllllMti.:,, w, ,,-
331 ; certificates of deposits outstanding, $to,
105,000 ; refunding certificates, $368,950 ;
legal tenders outstanding, $346,681,016 ; frac
tional currency outstanding, $700,897 ; total
reduction for ten months of the fiscal )car,
The sum of $26,000,000 has already liecn
spent on the Panama canal, according to the
San Francisco Call: "The Consul of the
United States of Bogota states that the com
nlction of the canal will be attended with a
frightful loss of human life. The promoters of
the enterprise will be fortunate if the stock
holders do not get tired of putting in money
before the work is completed, especially if the
Nicaragua canal promises to do the same
A New York dispatch to the San Francisco
Call sa)t i "The Hawaiian delegation to Kus
sia leave to-morrow on the I'avonia. After
the Oat's coronation they return home via
Suez. Secretary l'oor said to-day. 'We hate
no fears of danger from dynamite during the
coronation. When is c received the invitation
to attend, vse were told that every precaution
had Iwen taken to guard against the doings of
the nihilists. Ihc Kremlin is carclully
guarded, and the only iKssible danger would
be to the cur himself and to those Immediately
around him, from the throwing ot uomos. We
are not in the lean reluctant to go. We have
been told it is to be the grandest affair of the
uuu Ilia, V;." "
The gradual decline of trade with the I'aci
dc Coast sia Cane Horn il reflected in the fol
lowing figures of the tonnage mov ement forthc
iiast month ot April, It oeing tne smallest yet
noted in the annals of this trade. The efforts
of the railroads are itill directed toward the
final absorption of the whole business, except,
G than, enough to give employment to aliout
If the number of vessels now annually dis
patched. The movement for April amounted
to three vessels, of which two were general
cargoes registering 5,371 Ions, against nine
vessels of 11,774 tons In the corresponding
month last car, and fifteen vessels, registering
35,629 tons. Kaint Dcntylhrcc vessels of
30,853 tons la the carresjiomling period last
sear, me trsscn luauing aim unucr ciuraizc
ment tu luaa numlcr twehc, rcgutcrtni' in the
. . . f . . i.k
af-gfegate 21,647.011. Of these all but two
load al ban Hanciwu, ol Hhich It It mo
table fic may tret off the cutrent month. The
fictght market remains sery quiet.
A recent New Votk calJrgratti from Iondon
u-st Puhllc ami professional tiertons and U
sorts and conditions of men have come to sec
ami acknowledge that there must be somtthini
Umnd the earnest resohes. prudent counsels
and unexpected union of the IrWh race In
America. The ItritUh Cabinet is also scared,
and v hen matters to frighten it from Us pro
pilcty occur, the safety aHe Is in ihc exhibi
tion by the mlnliters of unwontetl tcm(r in
utlianicnt. The hi.pro.ed facilities for the
traruiorUtlon of troojn now le'tng organized
the government attract attention, as prob
t inJ.ca4.ru: a danger of the ncccuary for a
more act be policy In Itcbnd, although the
LiMidun lournals which receisc in fur mil ion
from official sources do not nuke the proposed
radical change local to Ireland, but allude to
It In the following faihlont "The war office
will tciY shortly order a considerable Increase
of the land transport corp both m rtngionu
and Ireland and in other countries where our
uovp arc en duty,"
The list connies made radical chances in
the money older )stem, that will undoubtedly
lie found of great popular convenience After
Septemlier 3d next a person desiring to trans
mit to another a sum less thm $5 ma), for
Ihtec cents, obtain at any money-order post-
office a "kjs.iI note" payable to lcarcr at
any monc) order pmi-ornce designated. un
Its iiajment to the licarcr nf It, government
liability cease. If It shall not lc jtild before
Ihe expiration of tlitcc calendar months ensu
pc the month in which It was issued, then It
can lie (-aid only by forwarding It tn the super
intendent of the money-order s)slcm at Wash
ington, w ith A sitlsficlnry cxptanition of Ihc de
lay and another fee of 3 crnls, when a duplicate
will bi- forwarded. Also by this act Mist-otfice
orders which heretofore could lie Issues! for not
more lhan $50 each may now l-e issued for
$101). By the preceding liw only three post
office orders of $50 each could be Issued to the
same person on the same day. The new law
is not explicit upon litis iolnt. The San
I rancisco Post-office oflicialsate of the opinion
lint II vs a Ihc intent of the new law , as of the
old, o limit the issuance to $150, ns, If It
were otherwise, bankers and heavy business
men could monopolize a gteat l-cnent that was
intended for Ihc great liody of Ihe nation of
aseiagc citizens. His expected that the de
partment at Washington will, lieforc the law
goes Into effect, clear up this xint hy a
Dramatic writers will scarcely feci very much
encouraged lo read that Mr. John Madison
Motion, nuthor of the most successful farces uf
his day " Box and Cox " among others,
which must have been plajed thousands of
times is now, at seventy-two )cars of age. a
" poor brother of Ihe Chatter House."
A Rome telegram a)S that two old maids,
the last descendants of Amerigo Vespucci, who
give his name to America, arc now begging
tint Ihc pension of ten crowns a month as
signed lo their family by the republic of Flor
ence In 16S0, may be restored lo them. The
last male of the family named Amerigo died
The man who had just ended life as the
Count Giovanni dc Hcriz, of the Villa Sciarra,
Via Salara, Rome, began it sixty-five )cars ago
as plain John Smith of Dublin, Ireland. He
entered the Roman priesthood, and was made
Prioiy Chamberlain and Count by Pio Nono,
whom he accompanied to Gacta.
efWUriON. All parties are hereby cautioned not
x lo cash Ilratt rs
ao6. dated Arnl 6. 1S81. for
Siw, drawn by C N. SI'KNCKK on WM. 0. 1 RW
in (aot of l-earer! and Draft No, aio. dated
April j. i883,t for $48, 13, drawn by C. N. Spencer on
Wm. (1, Irwin & Co. tn favur of F. KichanN, and
indorsed by him. ANo, a rromiory Note, dated An
Kutt o, 1881, for $3)6,11, at nine ihontht, dmwn by C
akAt in lAvoroi 1. r. M.
haiinr iWn lot bv the .
AkA. in favor of J. F, Mackenzie, nald drafts and note
Ka Ine iWn IcM bv the undcrMcned at KaaUikl Kau.
IUa.L J F. MACKhNZIK.
Honolulu, April n, 1883.
LOWl'MS STKIX KNGKAVKI) CARDS AND
Fold, for IlmineM Card, Hall iVotframme,
Menu, etc. rrceited In Large variety at the SaTI'RDAV
Phrm Omen, No. 6 Kaahumanu street. tit
KT.AVF.Sr STYLES ARTISTIC
IN Stationery for Wedding, Social,
Hal 9. IVo
gramme, Lntertainmenti, etc.. etc., constantly beinj
received ana printing oruer. tor utnt promptly
ecuted, at the office of this Taper, No. 6 Kaahum
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,
May 73d and 3jd, at lo A. M.,
By Order of Theo. H. Davie. & Co.,
.AROE ASSORTMENT OF
EiifilMt Staple ami Fatten Oooiln,
WHICH WILL DR
ON VIEW ON MONDAY
THE AUCTION ROOM OK E. 1'. ADAMS
Sale at Ten o'clock,
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ALUABLE LEASES AT AUCTION.
UYOKDKK OF MES5US HOP VICK ft CO.,
Satttrdmy, June 16U, at IX M.,
ON THE ritKMISU,
CORNER OF NUUANU AND KING STREETS,
Now occupied by Hop Vick & Co. at a restaurant,
I will sell the building and Icaie,
The Urge two-story building, 38 feet front ami 5$ feet
deep, U the property of leskec. The lease hat. two years
and sU months 10 run, at a rental of $30 per month,
with privilege of renewal for fifteen er at $;$ per
At 10 a. M., on the premlet, I will nil the entire
RESTAURANT FIXTURES and SUPPLIES.
At 11 o'clock noon. I will also sell the LEASE of
the STOREHOUSE and premises on King street ad
joining the restaurant 1 he lease has fifteen years to
run, at $15 per mouth. 'Pie budding has 1 j feet front
ana 30 leet ueptn. wttn a yaru.
It K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
rALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
Hy order of T. 11. Waller, V.v , I axn inM rutted to sell
al public auction, on
Sat.ordr, Jnss. , 18H3,
At ia:H r m., on the premUe, King urctt, opposite
ir reswrnce vi Air, j, r, s-uu.,
- THE HOCIE AND WT
dow occupied and owrnd by Sir. Walker.
The house Is 51 feet front and ) ft Jeep, with tot
audcold water, and all the inolern ituurotciueols. A
fine large taseutent uitdcr ih whole hvuse. There art
loouihuukc fofKrvanis. Coun House, Slabie, Etc
The Iot is iu feel front on Kuig Street, with a deuh
oft.sfccl. .ri.Wf. A ,
141 xw Al'Afl, nmiwnwj,
itmrsUr. 'MM . ma
Al i e'tkxk a. u , si ik iJJ.nc.J T. B. WALKER,
Kiu( unci, I .UI uffsi
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Ts SUtfar Mwnlill ratfsaMf.
rtlciuas in miiu,
E. Y. ADAMS, AunUtssf.
rMPORTANT SALB 01' LANDS
Itjr order ot the Trmtret of the I unalilo etUt, I will
offer for tale al t'ul lie Auction on
SATURDAY, JUNE 10, lHH.t,
At it o'clucV noon, at my alsroni, Queen Mreet, the
following arccU of real ettattM
FIVE LANDS IN WAILUKU,
ISLAND Of MAUI,
COMPRISING THE ILI OF PEEPEt
Title Award 8559 II, Avwia ji.
A pan a A, l)inff on the river Ami adjacent to Kul
Isclanl't Ian J; area 3 4),ou acre.
1. A nana II, a Kalo Patch, tnclowl with Kuleana of
Kuitielanl; 8 too acre.
3, Apana C, a Kalo 1'atch, within Kuleaiin of Kinhe
lani; area 7-100 acre.
I. A nana I), a Kalo Patch within the Kuleanauf Wa
hlneluamu; are iiooaae.
, Apana H, a piece oflantj in WaiIuVii Valley, on the
sown iiue, area 351 acres.
A rt$htu Jllvht In the U'altuktt Hirer
Will be M at an eaument to Apana V
tt, 1 he Unii situate at Kau, Hawaii, known & the
Ahupuaa of 1'aklnukl. ThU U valuable picture l.im.1.
Ulnrtially covered h the lava How uf 1868, amlha
a (airlanding at the Wach. title Award 8359 I1
Apana ta, Koyal Patent 7374; area 1357 acre.
7, Two Kalo Patches, 8a feet ap-ut, Iwing a We of
Pau, situate at Wail it 1, Oahu.
irit ctas Rice or
Kalo land , area 59-too acres.
Twenty-nine Houie LoU,
Situate at Kapahutu, Oahu,
AT KAPIOLANI PARK,
Hanging from a)f acres to ? acre each.
Twenty of lhee lots face directly on Kaniolanl l'aik;
the other nine are contiguous thereto, llie whole are
laid out with convenient streets, with free access to
and throueh the nark miaranteed. and are accessible
from Honolulu by several routes. IJy the success of
jwr, ampoeiis wen, adjacent 10 inese 101s, tne w note
of a majority of them, and a pirt of the babnee are
In reach of artesian water, as can be seen by a refer
ence to a chart at the office of S. 11. Dole. The soil
of these lots is good, much of it unusually rich; the
views by land and sea delightful. The sale of these
lots offers an opportunity for obtaining Fine Home
steads tn the suburbs, which can hardly hapuen
again. The land In that locality Is rising in alue,
and is sure to rise for ) ears to come. A narrow gauge
steam railroad from Honolulu to the park is in con
temnlatlon bv rival parties- Tins enterprise cannot
be long dela)ed. Its completion will add Immensely
to the value as well as the desirability of these lots as
homesteads. 1 he lots can be examined on tne ground
as they are marked out by posts numbered to corres
Iond with the chart.
Deeds at the expense of purchasers. For further in
formation, apply to S. H. DOLE.
142 E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Tly order of the Administrator of lli Estate of J.
II. CON F.V, deceased, I will offer .1
public auction, on
Saturday Mar 26th, 18 M.
THOSE CERTAIN PIECES OF LAND
Kalwahine, Nuuanu Vallay,
Lot No. 6, as per plan, containing an area of 86-1 no
Not No. 5, as per plan, containing an area of 1 iio
A portion of Lot No. 4 " per um Pn.
Am- will Le sold that valuable nrODertV situated upon
the Reef at Honolulu, adjoining Dowsett & Sumner's,
"THE ILI OF IWILEI,"
Containing an area of 56 8-to acres, with the valuable
Kivhing Rights thereto belonging.
The rapidly increasing commerce of Honolulu will,
undoubtedly, make this property of prime importance
and targe value in the near future.
For further particulars, apply to A. J, CART
WRIGHT, Plans may be ecn at the auction room.
E. P. ADAMS, Autloneer.
Iss Kamastn Va01jr at Anotloou
Hy order of ALEXANDER CAMPHELL, Esq ,
I am Instructed to offer al public auction on
aWtstrsUy. Mmy 8itk, wt 18 o'clock M.,
AT MY f ALlSKOOM,
HIS HOMESrEAD LOT, ROUINSON'S IJVNE.
Containing an area of I j? 100 acres.
There U a comfortable Dwelling twus of I room
upon lU lot, as well as Kitchen, Wuid house, Hath
nouM, new sji miiwst. jiwi m
A fine, never-falling bprlng fui nishes the purest and
lli Ircukv. tJ ihesa MCtntset. with lis Wife fresh
abr(and sUlighiful view, outku this Ivt an luius-lly
Thf House and Lut can U Men any time.
141 a." r. AMAain, AuciKMiecr
BASH OP LODOINO HOUSB.
bf fudn U lk AJuInlsuaio. of k rstala cf
GEOROC HOOD, Uksauu,
I U1 uVm at tllw .SH.tuo,
asstswsUy, Umf lUs, at It 'Uak IL.
T Mr tamaoou,
Th. IcaM lur H m )rurt ul iaai certain lo
uofy bfisiM wuu w la
KKAR Of COLBUWN fRKMISKS, KING ST.
TV V...u ks. in rumis. alaskva and t lactate, wkb
veaod. lUuein I U ad by lb let. ,fRM pay!
sU aMfaiUywaVsSvnce. 1 Mrauot to ihu prosperty I
LVfrofu Kn uimi. tkear Mauoaliaa timk I
141 X. P. ADAMS, AuttUw.
wr. nnsinr. io cam. tiu: ai
TICK ARRIVAL OF O
JUST KIXniVM) PF.K SrhAMI.K
Tho LarjiMt ami Moat VnrliHl Alio
r.vkn tMroRTfn in
Now on Eshtbltlnn nt our
In offering these goods for sale we take great t leasure
In Informing the lADIhS of Honolulu, and of the
other UUtiiU, that e have anttciiMted every want in
their line, and are now ptrparel to show them the
choicest line of goods ever offf red for aile here, having
len carefully selected by a memler of our firm from
the wry htest stuck s of the leading houses of I.ON
DON and PARKS, with reference to the jtartkutar ne
cessttles and requirements of thtscommumt),
.Many of the articles referred to ate uf the ery latet
and unfiiue ileign,anil as the senture Is mainly etps?ti
mental, to lest the wants of our I.mltM. they may I
regarded ns merely sample lots, ladies will do well,
therefore, lo call caily, ns the gmJs will be diioeil of
as soon nKsihle,lo nuke room forouretlemhi stock
of goixls for the cit) and country trade.
We wMitacall tiartlctilar attention lo the following
Grand Prire Kthtbillon pieces from the world famed
Messrs. K. P. DANIELL A CO , of LONDON
The surpassing lieautlful examples of their wctkmin
ship having attracted I hr notice and admiration of Na
)Kileou III, who granted the senlur Danlell free ami ex
elusive irnilsion to reproduce from the old models nt
the Government Wutks at Servres.it Is not surprising
therefore to note that this now world renowed houj
his taken cscry first jrie medal at all of the great in
ternational exhibitions on the continent for the pa.t
twenty cars. 'Ihc piece de resistance of this art col
lection U a suerb
VROAtKTttKVS I'ASR AND COVER
Of Turtuoise, blue grouml and colored majolica, with
embfenntic figures at sides, and the Chained IVomc
theus and Vulture most elaborately wrought on the
cover. lhe alwse Is the identical piece that secured
the first prire al the great Paris International Eahibl
lion of 1868. Some idea of the value of this work of
art can te formed from the fact that it underwent fifteen
separate trials before arriving at its present perfected
t it c of form and color. The unusually lnrge si of
the piece rendering it apt to split in two, on account of
IfIC ivcvriiiy ui licit tu imisii 11 11 :jvku in iih in )..
'l"he color combinations are strtkingty effective, and the
delicate handling of lints U a man el of artistic skill.
There Is also on exhibition
A PA IK OF MAGNIFICENT I'ASF.S
Reproduced from old Sevres models granted to Mr.
Darnell by his Impetlal Majesty Napoleon III, 1 hey
are of rose aventunne tint, surmounted with exotic
birds of most brilliant and beautiful plumage, and elab
orately and richly finished in gold ornamentation, with
elegantly carved ebony pedestals with marble tops and
Also a mo.t exquisite
TAHLR CENTER PIECE
In TurquSse and Gold, with par ian supporters and shell
plateaux for flowers and fruits, ornamented In gold.
IIhs piece Is from old Sevres' examples for great exjxy
sition specimens, and has taken the first prues at all
competitive European exhibitions since i8ja.
'I he above mentioned pieces will remain on exhlbi
tion at our show rooms fui two or three weeks, after
which they will be sent to San Francisco and New
York for exhibition and fta1e.(
In addition lo the foregoing there are some smaller
pieces in the same line which are deserving of especial
t LIFE-SIZE COCKATOO
With wings sp.'ead, flowerholders at sides and chastely
finished in ornamentation. Tins ts a most surprisingly
effective piece, and the coloring is so faithful to nature
. . I 1-1...!- 1 .L. . 1.
ns iu oc rcaiiMis; lit nic extreme iimi,
Willi Satvr handles most exaulsitelv docorated In mot
tled colors and gold aventunne, with two ebomred
tripods, with pedestals and crimson uttrecht el vet
standi tor same. Alio,
ONE ROUND JARDINIERE
On four feet, blue ground and silver embossments, after
L.g)tian patterns. Also,
ONE LARGE JAQDINIERE
In Persian turquoUe blue, with elephant handles and
square pedestal for tame with dark green ground.
ONE ESQUIMAUX UMBRELLA STAND
In matolica. with life like reDresentation of a seal in
perfectly natural colors. This is a most artistic piece of
ONE TALL PEDESTAL
Of mazarine ground with most graceful and naturally
colored leafage. A very handsome (tailor ornament
ONE TALL PEDESTAL
In turquoise, with graceful and nicely colored festoons
of fruits and flowers intertwined.
TWO RIBBON FLOWER VASES
Of most unique design, with mazarine ground and gold
ribbons and gold Jajanee sprays.
Beautifully decorated with naturally colored chrjsan
themums and pinktied ribbons. Aho do, on celadine
ground sery handsome ornaments.
FLOWER POTS AND STANDS
Of rare and beautiful design, with mazarine ground and
colored clematis with birds beautifully embossed. AH
ot the above mentioned are very difficult pieces to pro
duce on account of the various combinations of color re
auired, necessitating separate firings for each color pro
uced. Some of the pieces have split In the kill a
many as eight times to that when a pleca is brought
safely through the firing process the value is quite ap
parent. We wish again to call special attention to
TWO SUPERB ETCHINGS
On porcelain placquet, by well known European artists.
One is a marine, 1600. by Halhu. in scpU, and one of
the best examples of this most delicate and wonderful
art, which is now undergoing such a spirited revival in
the United States and Europe. The drawing tn this
licture is exceptionally good, and the Chiaroocura cf
Feet sery cleverly
leveriy nanutcu. ine Diner represent a
by Martino, which is particularly noticeable
coast scene, by Ma
fur its free and u neon vent tonable treatment and the
.ut ; it iltssinbutton of tints. These are the first etch'
ings on porcelain ever exnitmeu in itonoiuiu, anu are
well worthy of a visit.
The following choice articles of
In Majolica and Glassware will afford some Idea of the
variety In this line, vi ;
- n 1 P. 1 I -11 -I .-.l-. --.I .l..t.
flower iota anu unui w tin usT!w-iijiti mj uc(t.
in all colors, and vautuuiiy emuosscu wun iruus ana
Glass Center Flower Vases, In all colon, with plateaux,
Parian and Risque figures.
Jewel Hoxes, r
Venetian Ware, beautiful designs.
Colored Majolica Brackets of varied tat terns.
Mandarin Tea Pots, in Kn nI gold.
Exquisite Harbotlnt Vases, with raised flowers.
Hcautiful assortment of Vaies of the choicest designs.
Menu Cards and States.
! lower Haiketi, etc
CHINA AND GUS&WARE.
A Urp line tA the choicest articles of China and
Glassware ol the most varied descriptions, a follows
Ihiiait, Dimntr T( Sti,
Of all patterns and designs. Including a few Dessert and
most exquisite decoration.
ONE STAG CENTERPIECE
Of most elaborate design and nnUh a magnificent
ElEOANT TOILET SERVICES
Embotsed with Hcautiful Hand paintings of birds
Chant pagne iMtU-hoMer,
Elegant Crystal CaiuUUUas, with prumatlc peml
ants and slUer mountings.
Cabinet Dessert Services.
CUict and Lemonade Jugs.
LI tote btrawlm ry ami lie Lit am sets.
Soli It Standk
An eikdleu vOrWiy of the finest CHan-pagM, Hock,
sv.k.w itri kml lLiutCItxustsol the very uUet.t isSi
ttrns, and large aarauttRUMil wf Chai-dchers ami l
of every description. Also, a small invoke of UautiAU
CuotptlUng Tumble is. Wine GLt, Fish HoU,
rlowef htands. Water Pitchers, etc.
. w. MAora
rKNriON OF THE PUULIC IO
UH NEW IN VO I OEH,
Anr.Kor.t.DiK from iondon,
rtmeint of Oooila nmt MsroliandUii
TO tllll KINGDOM,
Salesrooms), BAVfr II look.
Wt hrt.e a beautiful line of Genuine Hronre Goods,
carefully selected from the best stocks in Pails, among
which are some very su-rb groups of figures, animals,
etc Also, a fine assortment of single pieces of .M)tho
logical, Scriptural and Poetical subject!
Handsome Medallion Placques,
Dressing Mir roes.
Statutlte of ancient and modern celebrities.
And a few very superior French Clocks,
In bronze and gilt, with chimes.
( A small invoice of Indies wear of the finest tie scrip
lion, comprising n full assortment of
Plain and Embroidered White Skirt 1,
Healthfully Y mbroidered Night Dresses,
Swiss Edgings and Cambric Insertions,
Chenille, Knit, Pelerine, Coltswold and
Honey comb SHAWLS, and a Urge line of the
Linen and Cambric 1 (a ml Lett lilt ft. 1 I'mtituilonr.
Henvsiitched White Embroidered and rancy Silk
Finest French and Ilelfast MUSLINS of graceful
and delicate pattern, select d w ith particular diurtmin
at ion to the wants of tins market.
Medium and Fancy PRIN IS, In newest designs;
'I willed Cretonnes and Sateens,
Hnest Saxony rlannels, of all colors and widths
Pink edge Electoral, Estamere and superior Coaling;
It lank els. of every size and description ;
'lurkiih Towels, finest quality, of all sites;
A fine assortment of
LADIES' and MISSES HOSIERV,
In Cotton, Hat Ilriggan, Lace and Silk of the latest
and most fashionable shades;
ENGLISH and SCOTCH TWEEDS,
01 the most stylish patterns, from the celebrated house
of William Watson & Sons, and a few pieces
of very superior
A large assortment of
Comprising finest Fawn Merino Undershirts and
Drawers, Shetland Llama, Hal Hrlggan, Lisle Thread,
India Gauze, and a varied and extensive line of
GENTS SUPERIOR WOOLEN OVERSHIRTS,
In Fancy Patterns, all colon and shades.
Also, a few IIATHING SUITS, tn woolen and cotton.
Beautiful Silver and Gilt Mirrors,
Cadelabras, Fancy Brackets,
Uisque r igures of choicest descriptions,
Handsome Liqueur and Cigar Stands,
'I able Ornaments in large variety,
Portmanteaus, in Morocco and Russia Leather;
Reticules, Perfume Cases,
r lower Vases, hand minted;
Handsomely Painted Porcelain and China Placques,
with rich velvet frames
A sm-.ll lot of Water Colors and Chromo-Lithographs
superior marine anu upera masses 01 linen make.
fine lot of llisoue anu Parian Flirures.
suamnei ana wan 1
n. .... . a ---
A fine assortment of Marcus Ward & Co.'s
HEAUTIFULLV ILLUMINATED ALHUMS,
In Plush, Morocco, richly brocaded, of all sires.
And a small lot of Colored Photographs of the world's
most Beautiful Women.
Work Raskets, Writing Desks, Ladies' Hags and
Rackets of all patterns, beautifully lined with silk and
satin and exquisitely brocaded with raised figures and
Elegant Portmonalcs, In pearl, shell, morocco and
plush; letter Cases. Paper Knives and Welch ts, Fancy
Ink Stands, Pin Cushions, Watch Pockets, Chair Tidies,
Handsome Glove and Handkerchief Sets,
In Velvet and Leather.
Fancj Tables, Fancy HracVcts, and a small lot of
LADIES' and GENTS TRAVELING HAGS,
With moM complete fittings In ivory and sterling silver.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF FANS,
Embroidered, Lace, Feather, and richly hand painted,
and an endless variety of most useful and oma
mental articles too numerous to mention.
CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, ETC
Hrusscls and Ax minster Carpets of the choicest and
latest patterns; and a large line of the finest Sandrtng
ham, Windermere Velvet ami Seal Rugs. Also, finest
Wool Skin Mats and Tapestry Squares, and a small lot
of Real Manila MaBing.
This invoice was selected with great care, and cannot
fail to be appreciated.
A smalt tot of ladies and Gents' Finest Underwear
of Nora spun Silk.
Rest ladies and Gents' Silk Hose, plain and em
droldcred, of all varieties and colors, and a
A choke lot of Handkerchiefs, with plain and colored
borders of very latest patterns, .
'tills Invoice is, without exception, the finest VA of
silk goods ever (inputted to this market.
A lull line of the best .ngliih ami French Groceries
from the well known houses of J, T. Morton, Crosse
At lllackwcll and S. U Duret Cie, as follows :
Fresh Imperial and Cornish Sardines,
Sprats a la Sardine,
Patt de Foie Gras,
Fresh Muicaul Raisins ami Currants.
Copland's English Peas,
Lea k Perrtns Worcestershire Sauce.
Oxford Sausage, In Urge and small tins
Cheddar Loaf Cheese,
Hoxes of Table Salt,
Fine brands of Sauces t
Mushroom, II amy, Heading, lieefsteak, John
Hull and Regent.
Assorted Jams and Jellies,
Pie Fruits of all varieties,
A small lut of very suwilor Currle Powder, In -t
lb si superior French Ouim Oil, and J A J. LoJmani
PIANOS, MUSIC HOXES, ETC
A few Cottage Pianos, of superior manufacture and
f..ll sbH tniLts Alto, a laree line of ihe Anest Flench
Mimic Hoses of the best make, with harp, flute and
roandoliii attachments, pujii'g mmuiots trow ine uicm
pulaf music This is ihe tSnest Ivt U musical Inslrw
ment 1 ever imported lo Honolulu.
Two of FordeV. Patent Koyal Hansom CaU. of Ik.
lat.a and hkm( laiitosd aunutaciufs. InU U la.
sery sain. uyl. c4 aaoson ao .ai.nsls.ly us4 In Lon
don, Nsw York and ruUAJybU. ud saber hading
ciiU. of lb Unit! btalat. WW) iha U of Imruduc.
ing ibem 10 lb. ssotk. and conaUaralluis ut this corn
miunty, .dldupoMCf lh.sam.ala scry luaonaU.
Ajrur. .11 uuun tb bum! favorabU terms, assured Ibal
In a tbi ibu. tbl. ..oImI and coflsfbrtabU v.bn.1. will
nilnly sauirced. iu witant unaatlafarsory nodM A
conxyanco or oxnsort u rwuK, roommaw mas.,
sentiUlioa, aaay draiafbl saT Kis and waar and lar,
ibia UjrU of HaiuuM Is su-uaUd.
OrF.R IOK SAI.
Irons ttit rar,o cf tht UI.IOCK ami osh.r itct.l
v stU. Ih folldwln
Dry Goods and Clothing :
I'flnH of ll.. lalrst slvlfi, Tast colon
nisi Drnlmt, llfo.n I Jncrt Drills,
hlit Crovdon Sh.rrln,
llMrmV't lit Cloths. Walrrror T.(tli,
'lo.tts ami Toweling, (llass lotl.
TaW. Clotlis, Tall, Napt Ins,
Pure Llurtna, Shnwla, Dren Oooili,
Clrrnalins, WTiir. aixl Olomt Silks,
ColotM S.tins, ilras. Llifths
Artificial Mnwtr. ainl lr.lhrs,
L'Ulon llamlkttthl.fs, .SilV lln,IVttl.ift,
I aM Covers, woolfni Lolorrtl Saitf .nsaml Crar.,
fancr Mlalur. ami lllu. amt Cray Hnnn.ls,
Vlctcla I.ns, Itroitls' Sr-rol Cotton,
lll.is amt W hire Lhesk I lua.los,
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Kancy Plaids, Ur.atta Shirts, Wool Shlrtl,
White ami Colored Cotton Shirts,
Uncy Sr.if., pilot Keerers,
Men'. Wl.lt. ami llroon Corton Half Muse,
I - J i Hose, Men's Heady mad. Clothing,
laities' Mats (while, Llaclc amt fancy straw),
Imlu KuMier Coats, Caries and IKgings,
lllu. ami flray Horse HUnVeti,
Wouten lllanliets, all slret, colors and weffhts;
I'rlrrt Ciirprti, I'rlrrl lluyt,
t'rlrrt rrml rtiirtry Ihior Mttl:
A full assortment nf OI.N I l.l'.MF.N S ami I.A-IHhb-SAimi.hS;
also, Saddles hi llovs and (iirli.
and a few
JOCKKl' .1-1 DDI.I'.H 1
IIKlm.KS, Saddle Clot In and Chamois Sllul.
Susrisr Bams, UUznS.
Coral Basest, B37.
Rio Basra asnd Twla.
Hnlrnnltnt Corrugntnt Hoofing ( (iu,.),
In 6, ;, t and 9 feel lentths.
ROOKING SCREWS AND WASHERS.
Annealed Fence. Wire, Nos 4,, 6 and f, andStapltl!
f lalvaniretl Iron Duckets, all llrei;
flalvanlred Wash llasins,
Calvanlred Garden llorderlng and Netting,
'Ilnried Iron Saucepans, all sties;
teakettles, real Jaan UlacklnK.
Vavittft Jtrtck ami Garden Tile;
!.Awn Seats and Chain,
THREE LAWN TENNIS BETS
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Glass Flower Stands,
Fern Daskcts, etc.
PORTLAND CEMENT FIRE BRICKS,
Llvrrpool Halt unit Hotk Salt, ZIiici, t'atntt
unit llellrtt Oil; tl'oreriter.Sauct
English, American and Hawaiian
r L AGS t
Three, Ave and seven yards long.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty lest, sles M, X, ,'. and H.
POWELL DUFKRYN !5TEAM COAL,
ENGLISH LEATHER I1EI.TIN0, from "jloi.,"
Onr NlX'ilora J'oirrr Variable KnyiH.
Alto, One Three llurati i'oirrr K.rlfral
THEO.. II. UAVIES CO,
FOK l'OSTA.LI Ol I'a.MANINT
S (tt Uo(th; 14 lb. to tha yard. Just nlM
par Dukt t AbtmtH from Llt-trpooL ApvlloW.
L. Green, or & W, Macfatlan. & Co., Ants lor JnU
Fowler h Co. 194
PNTERPRISB PLANINO MILL.
11; FoKTSraiaT, HoNotvtu, II, I,
C. J. Hardy and II. F,. B.rtaUaaaa,
Contractors and Builders,
Planing, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window FrasMS,
Stairs, mad to arsiar.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
Always on hand.
AU orders 1111 nn short ml let, aod Jollin, (iromilr
httrkll (a MouUlin, md. 10 any ttatt.rn wiihosu
eatra share, for knlr.s. Prk 4 Muala. STMk,
9i i to ft a. pc boar, laxsr
II. J, NOLIK. l'KOI'HUTOK,
IWjs to aiinounca Xa lus frUnds aixl sK uiUic la fan
.ral Ibal ba liaa otid lb. abut. bJu mi.
Kiora A, H , 101 la r. art
Claara, riaa, aad
Cboaan by ft e4-onal HUcttou froaa If at-tUat
swsoran. na un uosaiaa ana srsn m
aibksd bun lUn la lisss.
On. of aVssrUk k KnHit'i ralalfilaa
la coorwetad ssa Iks mat liAsunl. kw awajs ,
)a-y aa Was sas ainifis,la 1