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Vol.UMK IV, NUMIIKII 3.
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M.y jj. iSfif., ulictl In Honolulu. J.
V I Mnikai, n ptt)inlnent ami much
iMrtmcil nAifye, lie hail Imt .liottly
IwMc loi created n nnMe, in rccog
nitum of hi iWtlnr ability nnil iwH
t.'. ii londmt. lie w.n on of Un
watt ItcM men, nntl lito tlcitlh tu n
jmhlii Urn He had tiumcily fillwl
the )iMtion of iliMtirt Jnilfli? for Hono
lulu, ami lud cvem) limes rcnocntcd
the duttni in the lcnll.iiuro. He wtu
n nr.iiltute of I jihainnlunn, nml nt the
Inuc or hi death held the office of ml
Unt ittneml of the troow. lie wn
onl 3 J year of age nt hU tlrSitli,
Hy the l.lcnnitil teiKiit of the minis
ter of .matter to the IctiUlatttrc of
tSdu, the irrciptx of the ttcasuty dnr
init the two years ending Maieh .11,
1S60, fiom nil sourrcls amounted to the
Mim of fiSS.Sfifi.fiS; and the ecudi
lures dining the same crlod to the
hinti of $61,1,088.50, Minting an crcs
of receipt over cent!itw, of $ta,
78 a; The government ilcht on the
1st of April, tSfio, a $108,777.3.
I lie Minister stales that "the receipts
trom the tax on real estate for the last
year, wcie$8,i,t.o, and fiom iltc tax
on jK-moinal propcity ?;,SU-I7t iMa
inftan nguregate of $15,689,51." How
linlicmiidy smalt thU mmiiuU to day.
Hied in Honolulu, June 9, Mr.
iicnry .tnciatiane apeil 39 years, a
native ol Scotland, lie had resided
on these Islands nlxnit i. years. He
was pmprietnr of the CYimnicrrial Hotel,
.Mid one of the most coni.il. laruc hcatt-
ed men it ttar was my good fortune to
meet Ills live sons ate' .Messrs. Henry
U and (leo. V, Mncf.ulanc, who com
pose the enterprising firm of (t, .
Macfiitlane & Co,, of this city; Kdward,
l'"rcderic and Clatcnre.
1 lie new steamer Kiianea limit m
ltoston for ('. A. Williams & Co., e.v
ptcsslj for the inteiisland trade, arrived
at Ilonolulu June as, having left New
I .oiulon January 5th, Her long tiass-
age was accounted for by the fact that
she hut seldom used steam, aud she had
out scant canvas.- ller arrival was
greeted with much enthusiasm hy nil
classes ami csiseaally liy the natives.
The Fourth of July tassed of with
rest, hut with less of demonstration
than had marked the celebration of the
previous year. There was a midniuht
serenade; a salute of thirty-two guns
Irom the hsplanadc by a detachment
of the Hawaiian Artillery at 4 o'clock
in the morning : a national salute at
noon from the U. S. S. Levant, returned
from Punchbowl battary the Levant
responded to this marked courtesy of
me Hawaiian tioverntnent oy another
salute , salutes trom several merchant
vessels in jort : lxmfire of tar Iwrrcls at
night on the side of Punchbowl; rockets,
dance at Doctor (Jtiillon's, atlended by
the King and Queen, Cain. Thomas
Sjwnccr, who had the arrangement of
ve:etaiis, was dubbed "(.rand .Marshal
of the Fourth."
Early in July J. II. Morrison, whom
1 have mentioned in a previous num
ber in connection with the celebrated
Paauhau land case, was arrested by the
marshal on Hawaii, brought to Hono
lulu and confined in the Oahu Prison,
the cliargc being contempt of court, in
neglecting to pay over several thousand
dollars received by him for a portion of
me Smu which he had sold to J. P.
lan&r. The fact was, Morrison could
not do as ordered hy the chancellor,
for He had sent the money to his family
in the United States. The arrest and
imprisonment caused a good deal of
taiK, and indignation was generally ex
pressed. Or course the general public
did not, and it is probable do not now,
understand that a failureto obey or fulfill
the orders of a court of chancery, for
whatever cause, is of itself, pure and
simple, a contempt, and mtistbc punish
ed as sucli.
On the 17th, of July the cornor stone
ot the Queens Hospital was laid with
full and appropriate ceremonies. The
iMDcession was formed at the stone
church, Kawaiahao, at 1 1 a. m., under
the direction of W. C Parke, Marshal.
and marched to the grounds, in the
lolloping order :
Military, Mechanic's lVnefit Union, CXltl
Fclloui, Maton, Hubert, their majestic
. me mot tkiuu, lm a carnage.) liiccban.
crllux uf the Urn-don. justice of tlie supreme
court, winittrrt, and other high officers of
f, lorcign uipiomiuc leprocnuiivcs, com
numlirs of national Tovvls, government
Arrived at the site of the nroioscd
building, the following order of exercise
was carried out ;
l"ra)-r by Ihe Ktv. Mr. Amwlrong, tinging,
in Hauaiian; adOreu in Hawaiian, by the
ling; laying of the coiner none, ty the Ling,
i m ith Maunic ceicoieicJ auidnl hy the lirclfi-
reti of the o lo.lgei ulJrvu in Kngliih, by
the king ; maiic ; prayer ly die Uev, Mr.
'Hie address of the king was one of
those lumheu productions of which he
was fully callable not a word too much.
but yet fully and cleatly setting forth"
- me ui)jcn 111 nanu, u aoounucu t
s noble sentiments, clothed in beautiful
; and appropriate language. 1 am tempi-
td to quote two short jaragraphs ;
r On an ocraiiou such a I hit. it Ikcoiiics roe,
Ibecoitirittn of tliex hUndt, to cipicu, in
the name t3 my cu(Je, the scntenf gialitude
with uliich the hlierality ami (t-lbiw.frcling of
lho thq lielm to rabliih-l Ihe Qurt-n'k
lioniMtal lute filled tbrir hearU and mine.
I tlgnoiant at toiHe of thciii ate, aiul Mil) moic
01 te ukireit of preimlkcs -uliicd they le
fetttrilcd, the)- may fail, for the proem, fully
fa apinrdale the Service that )ou lute rctulcr
; ,) titrtn t lilt 1 feci atuuej that the time Mill
uki anise uhen thoMr prrjudtctt will ccaie to
ei. Ahrady we ee laubij; aay llic mil'
giwuct of lhoe uio UiuUot that a hotpital
wntt le rrwutnl to by (Hire llawaliuii.
n TW trul, has liecn oude, aa4 it hat succcedol,
t ttA pcihajH to r Mikhca, but beyond our
IMKteltuM. IWitforc It U dut in Ihe runic
" U ihe lltjaibu Xe, U humanity, aa.J of
rti tJuiilhkh IrttUall nnliarul Ki.aJl
4iIctk at naugbt, I trader my hearty
- Ihanta la thoke uba hare awiiJnl jn tki efl
. Uuin u. la ihe aaiue of lr u mcltwl ami mU-
' auLle. I thasl ton. In the uae of the olhc.
jiaiic lcrple4, I iay you may be at caw, and
iwenaweot iHcuiMtc, Mi Ule rttoie pairt-
'luHwit)wu hate done, I Uwie Iiihu
ioot 01 wy iwajt, that loug ear U
m& MM' lie la tune fur tou.
1 14 mt rt-wiod ruu that w Uae at tScknew
rfMM mI, Ifcwe it be a Uui) ttuputinl ujmm
m. CbwU, ULe ur. for li eomtum
mmltk. hare to wm Uum tW m t4uw.
WW k M OJutmuUui (m a iinm una. and
fcwtag wwmUi (u all ifanc u gome. Vou
mm mmiuJuyw www U the tiwc U-
1m. WUuOtincMevi4, yvu eafoUii-.
mlhcwUi M muMm. Mfi rmiiitin
jmt MhHtfni m mm mmW Mi font
mmmm, '4m . mj At mvt ttu huM
O & ,11
whit (If Hwh a tliltiaX Wtie invullile) to tMV at
nm imaimnn nn tnr iuiiim ni immaimy.
Thl l nniftlilntj whnlnnmci In Mng callwl
Mnn fi Hnw t" llm In MknttwIHge, lnuv
Mtr tnmn u nwn wllh may tH, ami )miw
cwi pioiimi mir fnttunn, tint, aflrr All,
the dnlitulr ami lhr 4ek ale mil hmlhit wl
Ml imr Int happier fur lh time Ixlng, Imt
our llahtlitv In want ami nlTrihi tin m,
Thl It it thai tnVr u human, and memhen
irf llic human family. Hodny miV ilUllnc
u.itit hnw.l enough, hut imp ol mil aitifi
ettl rnhas ami we ftio onrsil all mlly
imVI and etpMlly kmil in lit keen mnntt
of Mini atid Ihe tnimmti nf illif, I tniK,
lliMefitra, ami Imleml t feel rnnlWrnt, that ynu
will i-iwillne ymir mpptiit In llil ptalwwiiitliy
When, nflcr Tending the nboc,lt is
remembered thai the King vn always
the writer of Ins own ntldrew, it must
be conceded thai he was a man of no
Early in July, Piinre Lot Knmchn
ineha was taken seriously ill, and for
tlajs in succession his dcrertse was
hourly hvikcd for. About the soth,
however, he begnn to improve slowly,
and continued to do so, steadily I11U
lowly, until quite cumalesfciu. On
the jijth of August, the prince took
passage on the schooner Kmimi hWkt,
Captain Chatlwickc, for Victoria, V. I.
The Prince was accompanied by the
lion, 1- Hnnlelea mid Col. It. Knl.1k.1un
both nobles, and by Mr, J. (1 Spald
ing. After n short stay ot Vic
toria, the prince and suite proceeded to
California, where they bcrnine the
guests of Ciovernor Downey, He re
turned to Honolulu on the 1st of No
vcmlter, with fully restored health,
On the fith of August, an old Cer
man, named Henry Zupplein, aged
alKiut seventy, and a resident on these
islands for fifty years,' committed suicide
hy shooting himself with a pistol. He
was a miser, and, like a good many of
his class, instead of investing his money
so that it might increase, he buried it in
his house lot. After his funeral, his
only son instituted a search, and some
$17,000 in coin was found, mostly old
Mexican dollars and "ounces,"
August 3rd, died In Honolulu Jose
Nad.il, another eccentric character. He
was a Spaniard by birth, had lived many
years in the islands, and accumulated
some considerable property. Hy will
he left this to Prince Lot Kameliameha.
Subsequent to making this will, he made
another, evidently intending to revoke
the former one and give his property to
the Catholic Hishop for the benefit of
the church. This was contested by
Prince Lot, and owing to some inform
ality it was rejected by Judge Roliert
son. The whole story will be found in
Vol. 2 Hawaiian Reports.
In the month of August for Several
weeks, there was a religious awakening
among the native churches on Oahu,
and the places of worship were crowded.
The Kawaiahao and Kaumakapili
churches were filled to overflowing on
Sunday evenings, the services being
nctti alternately in those places. .Men
and women in rapid succession ad
diessed the meeting, exhorting or relat
ing their experience. It was very much
such a season as that of Hallcnbcck,
The legislative assembly was pro
rogued on the 28th of August. The
appropriation bill for '60 and '0 1 footed
P$735-tS2i civil list, $52,100; mili
tary, $.10,5 2b, 15. ihe enactments at
this session were quite numerous, and
mcludcdamendmcnts of the Civil Code.
Sections 135, 204, 27S, 401, 4S2, 4S6,
59- 529. 5"3. 620,624, 742, 743, 744,
SSi, and article 44, chapter 16. Vari
ous portions of the penal code were
also amended at this session, as chap
ters 16, 35, 3S, 42 and 7, in relation to
murder and manslaughter.
The already vexed subject of master
and servant was attended to in an
act to amend the law in relation to
master and servant. Other enact
mcnts.which may be cited were: an
act to amend the law in relation to the
assessment and collection of taxes:
an act for the protection of places of
sepulture; an act to regulate opium
licenses; an act to grant special coast
ing license to the steamer Kilauca: An
act to authorize the minuter of interior
to take iwsscssion of whatever land and
water may be required for the use of
tne Honolulu Water works; an act in
aid of the Queen's Hospital corpora-
yon; an act defining the liability of
HULU3UU ituiivu ui iiuu.Mcaiing iiruiKs;
an act 10 lacintatc the arrest of crtm
nals ; to prevent married persons from
deserting om.T another; to regulate
names; To mitigate the evils and dis
eases arising from prostitution; and
sending joint rcsolusions of no special
inqiortancc. Altogether it was a satis
factory session, and the king intimated
that he thought so in his brief speech at
the prorogation. H. I. S.
rut: iuk.it xritiKit.
The ereat tclci.'ranh strike his foih-il
the chief reason Immiiu the lack of fmuU
to carry it on. The American Register,
01 August 1 tin, sain:
Iuaimudi as the topic l chicfctl Interest
at tilrfcenl In the teln.rjiih itril.. tl m- ai 1.
out ol place lu giie a few liguic of Ihe great
...m.jj.Hj aaum wmen iauor it coiiienuini;.
The income of the Woletii Union but teat
HU Sl7.IIJ.Oai. Ilff ih-m.Ci, rvn ., .I-...
The eutcntei. ineluilim l,t-.l l!nM ,,ni.
and taxes wens $9,996,000, or 5S xt Cent.
me no income a, inerrlore, $7,345,000,
Oflhii $J.7oS.noo mi iliviill.ninl :,, .!;..:
demit, $ji;,coo tald for inltrel on lnj,
anil $40,oa applied to the sinking fund,
leaving a net clear surplus of $1,970,000. In
other ord, the company alter pa)ing all
chane and o lu-r rent 011 t .-ns.!-.,......!..
imlatr.1 ktucl had ulil a dear suiplut left of
It his been estimated tint tin-
strikers lost $.100,000 in wnL'es alnni-
while the telegnqih comany must
have Iot twice tliat sum in decline of
business. All tins iininciui- Ias Us
cause the eieantic ronmr.itinn ir nn.
willing to do the fair thing hy an army
Ilamer .V ltrmhpr In... -.lr..-,,!..
I ir luted five Larue illunrntr-d i-iliiinnf rr
'Vuhnde" in their Franklin Siuarc
""""I' "-'e auuing 11 to ineir com
plete library edition of Hlack's novels.
Mrs. Olililunt'i lnm .iy.-i...l ..l.-irtwir
Slwridan Hl sexj,, iw iviud by them
ih me r.nKiisii Man of letter Scrie.
live Sutter Street Rsilu-av fnnmanv
it St l'raiiciicw hu uVcuicd to run iu
HKh boilers hetiUHJ by ptrr
1 1 'x x T f I irr it
lit Hill II V,
the .Stilrnttrr .WiirKilne,
All the September ningnrincn ntc nt
hand, the Oicrlaud Monthly is llic top
most of n tlilrk pile of them. It would
be n good number if for nothing else
than the brief set pnngenlly poellr
sketch of ironlicr life entitled A VUlt.
It wns written by Mils Vila 1 lillis Addis,
who is one of Ihe four ot five women
ninongCnllfotnian writers who base the
liest of nil gift, xcnius. Another ol
that extremely rlose non rorporniion has
n short nper in the Outcroppings, en
titled Kits in Uibo. It is announced
that, "In tho October number will he
beEiin n new serial, by nn nnonymoiis
mitlior, n story of San I'rnncisco wenlthy
society, entitled, A Shepherd at Court,
The picture of Robert Hums fotms
the frontispiece for the Century. It is
taken from n miniature which belonged
to his sister. Mrs. Helen Hunt Jack
son (11. II.) contributes nn nitlcle
about the Until of Ajr entitled, A
Hums' Pilgrimage. It is to be hoetl
that, sometime. (I. II. will visit us, nml
write as charmingly nbottt these islands
ns she has about so many other places.
The number is not so sumptoiisly illus
trated ns usual, hut the animal drawing
in nn nrticle entitled A Musk-ov Hunt
is exceedingly graphic. The phonetic
fiend who, in this instance, happens to
he Mr. Frederic A. Fcrnnid contrib
utes an open letter un Reforming the
Alfabct. It is what Horace Crecley
might call "Kmhankmoni nonsense,
but it's very funny, all the same. Mr.
Ilowclls' serial is continued. John
Hiirroughs writes about birds, charm
ingly as always, Frank R. Stockton
has a short slorv and II. ('.. Huniier h.-is
another, the latter of which will lie both
liked and disliked by a great many
readers. The Nights With Uncle
Remus have come to the end of a se
ries of a series' only, it is to be hoped.
The promised paper by Mr. J. !'. H.
Marshall entitled An Unpublished Chap
ter of 1 lawaiian History comes in I Iar
jier's for September. It is very inter
esting, but disappointing on the whole,
being little more than personal reminis
cences of an incident already fully nar
rated in Hawaiian history. The Iront
ispiccc for Ilariwr's for this month is a
ghostly reproduction from Dore's illus
tration to Poe's Raven. "Such pretty,
pretty illustrations" most of those
readers who are at once appreciative
and gushing will say, when they turn the
paces of Miss Lucy P. Lillie's nancron
The Cat. skills. It is illustrated hv
Harry l'enonand Messrs. Deis, Kinkey,
Clark, Pettit Levin, Varley, Itcl'Orme,
Uodcnstab, H.iker and Shelling deserve
eoual recocnition for the excellence of
their work. Those who love to read of
revolutionary tunes, and to whom
"Swamp-fox" Marion is one of the
heroes of those times, will be very glad
to read what Mr. P. It. Hav lms in .-iv
about him and the brave men he led.
The paper has .sonic spirited illustra
tions. Recent Huildine. in New York
contains eighteen fragmentary cuts illus
trative of some of that city's many
brilliant architectural successes and fail
ures. Taken all in all for much more
might be said Harpers is much better
illustrated and mthcr.morc lively than
the Century this month.
The interminable Henry James
this time it is the father, not the son
has a third chapter of French travel in
the September Atlantic. Mrs. Helen
Hunt Jackson who had a paper on a
Scotch topic in the Century has another
in the Atlantic. The latter has a flavor
of Christie Johnston about it, and, like
everything the writer attempts, is very
good reading. Annexed by the Tsar,
by M. O. Stoddard, is a simple pretty
little story without any plot ; but it just
grows and finishes itself. It is full of
delightful felicities of, expression and
abrupt little turns, that arc as good as
they are unexpected. Holms has a
characteristic poem, and the most super
ficial of skimming discovers very little
else of interest.
It is tantalizing for one who has out
crown his childhood to nick un n num.
bcr of St. Nicholas or of Wide Awake.
Happy the man who has not out-grown
his childhood and, if he have children,
can enioy these ideal monthlies .i
much as they do. It is gilding refined
cold, it is naintine the iv. n isn-ihiml.
ancy of praise to say pleasant things of
these two publications, about which two
hundred thousand children arc sayinu
pleasant things every month.
I.tlmtru Xulri. "
. The third volume pf the Comte tie
Paris " History of the Civil War in
America" has appeared, after an inter
v.il of several vears. It is virv mnir.
ally praised by American critics.
Miss Mathilde Hlind and Mis': Il.-r.
lha Thomas have written, respectively,
of George Kliot and George Sand for
the interesting Women Series now in
course of publication by Robert Hros.
Henry Calot Lodge has written a
life of Daniel Webster for the Ameri;
can Statesmen series which is very dif
ferent in many of its conclusions front
the well-known biography by George
Mr. Aldrich took a vacation fmm
his work as editor of th Aii-.ni!,-
Monthly, last sit tumor, nml ",i;,i .
iwrtion of Kuroie where he had never
been before. Admirers of ilmt iliniM.r
little man of letters will be very glad to
kiiow tnav ne nas written a Dook about
his travels which he calls " From Ponka
log to Pesth."
Two interesting works nn I'il.ILI.
literature have recently appeared,
"landmarks of Em-likh Lln-mtur..
and "A History of English Prose Fie
lion." The former was written In- nn
Kneluliinan. Hcnrv t. N'imll ih.. lit
ter by an American, Hayard Tucker
man. Since Profekuir MinV l.,...
lUh Nove!its,v no sucli, valuable adifi-
iwm to tm uejiartmerit of bnglith lit.
Mature have ben written.
1 1 . 1 1 r 1 1 a v r tr-ti
I IAVVA1 I IN I ,
The Rolfe edition of Hlinkspcnre ii
finished com hiding with two volumes,
one for the imiciiis nml one for ihe
Mnrk Twnln's "LlfoontheMisslsHip
til" has been remniknhly well received
In Kutopc, He U congratulated on
"The success with which ho has sun
mined deposition ns American humor
A New Vork publisher has made n
very pretty nml amusing child's, book
out of the recently acknowledged crses
of Longfellow, beginning, "There wn
a little girl, nml she had n little curl,"
Piof, I luxley has ncccplcd tho ofTw c
of president of n union of science nml
ntt leathers, mid Prof, Romoc is one
of theiiceprcslilenls. The headquar
ters of the union being in Manchester,
district branches nre to he organized,
Roberts llrolhera have In preparation
for their Handy-Hook Series a volume
entitled " Anti-Tobacco," by Afilcl Ab
bot I.ivertnore. Two lectures, the one
by the Rev, R. I Carpenter, of lltidgc
jiort, Knglnnd, the other by Dr. 0. F.
Wither, of the Wisconsin lloattl of
Health, have nlso been added to the
The Ituc de Hroghe has printed a
series of historical studies under the
general title ol "I'rederic II., and
Maria Theresa," which is said to tlnow
much light upon the characters and
times of that best of Alistraian em
presses and that worst of Prussian
kings. It has been well translated into
English by Mrs. Cashel lloey and Mr,
Howard Carroll has written brief
biographies of twelve iccent Ameri
cans, most of whom are still alive.
Horatio Seymour, Charles Francis
Adams, Peter Cooper, Hannibal Ham
lin, John Gilbeit, Robert II. Schenck,
Frederick Douglass, William Allen,
Allen G. Thurman, Joseph Jefferson,
Klihti H. Washburne and Alexander II.
Stephens are the twelve.
There will shortly be published the
seventh edition of "Wharton's Iiw
Lexicon," edited by J. M, Lely. The
book has been enlarged by nearly six
hundred words and phrases, and is now
an exhaustive dictionary of technical
terms of Fnglish law, ancient and mod
ern, including the legal terms .in com
mercial business, as yet found in no
In Houghton Mifflin & Co's. liter-
ary bulletin for September is noticed
the new Hook, " hsoteric Iiuddlusm."
The author, Mr. A. P. Sinnett, Presi
dent of the Simla Theosophical Society,
in India considers that he has come
into possession of tho key to the mys
teries of liuddhism. As it is written
on such a subject and by reason of his
position, although it may fail in doing
all he claims it cannot but attract the
attention of those who are interested in
Some of Houghton Mifflin & Co's. lat
est publicationsare Jones VeryV'Pocms"
" Rut Vet a Woman." hv Mr. Arthur
Sherburne Hardy; Zschokke's "Medi
tation,- ur. Holmes' "Medical Pis
says," Dr. Hayes' "Arctic Journey,"
"The Hill of Stones and other Poems,"
by S. Weir Mitchell, M. D.; Mr. Mun
ger's new book, entitled "The Freedom
of Faith," the new Riverside edition of
Hawthorne's works, Rev. James Free
man Clarke's " Ten Great Religions,"
Part II : "Voices fnr thi c:,u,ri,ic(,
a book of poems, stories about animals
selected ami arranged by Abraham
Firth. " The Life of Olo Hull " hv M
Sara C. Hull ; and " Oddities of South
ern Life ana Character" by Mr. Henry
The Publisher's Weekly says that the
news of the death of " Sherwood Hon-
ner" (Mrs. Kathenne S. McDowell)
will bring to her friends a sense of per
sonal loss. She died at her home in
Mt. Holly Springs, Mississippi the
22(1 of July. She was thirty years old.
It is thought that she first injured her
health during the yellow fever epidemic
in 1878, when she went to Holly
Springs to nurse her father and brother,
who both died after a week's illness.
The gifted young author of the " Dia
lect i aies some time ago, in a gay
mood, selected as an inscription for her
tombstone, "She was much loved," a
fitting epitaph for her short, eventful,
love-inspiring life, It is worthy of note
that Mrs. McDowell's work was gener
ally neiieveu to uc written by a man.
There is announced a new and im
portant collection of English poetry, for
which Mr. W. I. Linton anil Mr U II
Stoddard have been gathering material
tor many years, "ihe work, which
will consist of a scries of five volumes,
will, it is understood," says the N, Y.
Times, " be more comprehensive in its
scope and more accurate in its texts
than any similar collection hitherto
lmhlishcd. Mr. Stoddard writes nn in.
trodlictorv CSS.1V ll twin the tunirul nf
r-ngusii jioctry covered ny each of the
ioiuiiics, aim at me enu 01 each vol
ume CarefulU' Drenarcd limnrnnliiril
and bibliouranhical notes m.- i,rlnt,.,i
prepared by lioth of the editors. The
wotK win no published under the gen
eral title, English Verse,' and the first
volume, which covers tin iwriJ r,,.,,.
Chaucer to Hums, will be issued early
111 ine Autumn.
Two old-time Ilnwnii-in rrihUuit
have oublishcd irn-iu vnlni..c xi,.
James Jackson Janes, an editor of the
rwjncsian, once published here, has
made a book which he call "ImIIi.,
Rambles." In the symiuihetic lan
guage of an Oicrknid r-iiiif "It,.
has given us a book that contains many
-lilrikiin.. ., ,.1 ...., e .l I ..
v,.-.....,.b i,wiuiL-3 in uuu corners ot
imij, mm nines 01 va ue ol manr of ik
art treasures." Mr. Tims Mnnmi,
Coan is editing the series called "Top
ics of the Times" which ,Mers. G. P.
Putnam Sons are publishing in month
ly parts. One of ihe late volumes of
the scries is Studies In Litimmr,. ui,t, 1.
contains, among other intertting arti-
v.v, n.ui-111 IM1X.T in H liCkWOGlU
Mauanne. truaiiiiL Amr-rL-,, i.i.
from the htandjwtnt of thek " province-
mwwwt 4 utmft, iuiai 1
. x 1 t x rt - t -. .. .......... . li. . S
IN I JS, ) VA' I M
Smith a TiiuttsroH, 1 w, 0, ihnFH,
1 I. A, 'lIlMMTflN
' AtlnrnriH nl .me,
N.t. H Mikiunt fetm Iliwoimi!
. L ...'M ,
WlhLIAM 0, SMITH JV Co
.Hint),-nml llml f,'rnf IUt,rit,
Nn, tl MiwiUttt ffrtt Ihmnu'iv
(w.inmii to itn)
t ItlflMton, ltJRljA.1, Ttlff ..hI l, v.
w.imi IimW, llmUniM rf,(1f Sii,i!iU.
Ilwdiit Ami Sntii nn UmHWrnN,
Mftoy Imnnl An Sunk w.,tiU.
C II. DOLIt,
t'HIIIIlrlnr nt liur run .Vfiil (-( I'ut.llr,
CaiKft'tViiir Hli Mmmat in, Unwiiuin
it - '" ,
QI,A"NClt W, Aaill'OItt), .
.tlliinitii, Siitlrtlor, I'.lr.,
Nn IJ KaAiiiimahu .Srntr Ilimnlviv
XJ It, CASTLit,
Alliniirii t .,,. , XiiUiri) Viilillr,
Allrmti all I lie Coin I, ..f Ihe Kln(il.iiil, I
tlturneff nml Hiiiiiinrliii- nl Lnw,
A l'cir RrinrHr
O 0 TUCKUIt, M. I),
(Itrnml)- orOillnml, Clir.miLi,)
mi tiir.Nm Jin ih-mch
At Nn, 1;, Itmma Street, lluiiolnln, II, I,
0imii r.mnia Sturr,
OlT.f t I lont from i In j, ami from fi lu t r, H
Trlrphotic fnl l)lli.- oml KmKli-ncr, No. nx
T-XUS. CUMMINOS ft MAKTIN
Hurtrim nml 7riiiirr;.nr7liV i.;rni,.
Orricn cnNmi 1'imr aku llnnrirAHU Sri.,
Office llnuri -linll g A, M on.l frmii i- nml C:o- mi,
TNO, S. MeOKBW, M. n.
I'lilmlrlini nml Niirtruii,
lliiTri. SmtHT Hkthfkn Kokt amii Aijikka
From 7 10 10 a, m.; 1104, anil 6 In 8 p. in.
"'xt ll,li,in No 161
NT H. HMBUSON, M. U.
I'lililrlini nml .V.ii-rraii,
Tl.M-HONB NVMHKk ll),
OiTrce hour, rro, s l ioJ a. in.; 1 o j p. m.
OlTiroanJ KcMdence, No. Kuhul illrrl. conltr Poll
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
Iloillill Itiiiinin nn l,rl Sllrrl,
OlTi In Itreur't llloct, curner Hole anj Port
Slrtettsriilranceuii Hotel Slreet. 1
OARAH n. PIURCE M. D.,
jMillfn' ami CI, ll.l if,,', .((,rn,i.
Oprlct! pJn ItnutiaxcK No. 5 School STurrr,
(llctueen Curt anil Ijnnu).
.fficV'i,m!r"t?0 '? '' M-anJ '-3 3-3o
r. M. TeleblKine, No. jfii. . 151-jm
iuliam b, McAllister,
reeilANLNTLV LOCATED IN HONOLULU.
Office, corner Hotel ami AlaVea tree, opixwite ihe
V. .M. C. A. lluildinE.
J'articulir attention paiil to reilorallon goM fillinci.
Keljirii on kooJ orl; nt reaonal.le chtrect 10 gain
lliecoiirnlrnrcnf llie mllic 155-611
A C. ELLIS,
No. ;i (JIBES Srkl.LT HONOLCLU
XtemUrof llie Honolulu Slock ami llond Kchan(,
ll ta-M.llhl lt !. iiM.1 -.ll 1..-.!. ! a t
- ,-.,.. u, M,t ktm otucKtanu lionui in Ine
oen marVel, at the utiul rale, of cuiiimiiori.
11m money 10 loan on Slockl Small mareinz r
qmreilon lunc Conlracli.
u:n ,iu: ....... . .
.. . H... m. iv iii.ciinciiiv wnen renne.leil.
g O. HALL ft SON (Limited)
IMHlKTBt AND nrALrnt IN
llnrilwiire nml (Irnriul Mrrclimiittmr,
Conkr or Kino ni Tort SmrcTK, Honolulu
iVir-iaTi V' "a" IVeiidenl and Manager
J" Jr AWe, Scctelary ami Treatuier
I -L. Jones Jr.. ....... .Auditor
Dirnlon 1 O. Hall, George K. Hone. 151
T D. RAMSAY,
flnimil nmerr nml I'l-orfatnii Driilrr.
No, 67 IIoiklSthi rr, Homilclv.
CllVkt. ,1.11. .....I A ....- It . .
.---- -...... .. vi.-.uii,ti. roimeiice nee 01
?., f-Ju' ,'eld. Liteairitali.arioh line of
.,., .Morrrm. nil iuer lilleu Willi l.rinii.nev
I.lln.l ....!.... ...Itlt- I
C M. CARTER,
.liriir lu tukr ,lrkiioirlrilui,ie,ita l c'oii
Irnrlm ta .r,
ItONOLl'ltl. llAWAIIAK lLAM.
OlTict at Pacific .Mail Sleafml.iu .V, Kiplanade. IJ
p W. LAINE.
('llioi(a,lriiiri' vf Dmtn
Vot llie State of CaUornia. for t. Hauaiian UUnds
ami (.elieral Agent lof Ihe I'iciftc Mutual Ijfe In
turame Comany of Cahrmnla, ,4,
TNO. A. IIASSINQUK,
.llVewr fa (die Arklli,lilr,lu,.l, ( (;,,;
iNTtmoa Orrica Hunou'lii
OliN II. PATY,
Xotury I'ulillr 11 mt Cimmltnluii of limit,
rMiteSuini California aa4 Nrw Vork. Omc
at lU Hank of Ituhopft Co.
IIONoiuiir, Oaiii', II. I. ,
p T. LENEIIAN & Co.
Ii,i),vrlrf nml loii,i,illu,i JrrriUMl.
Snow Sraaar, HoMoLylu,
I YCAN & JOHNSON,
liii.oilrrt nml llmlrra In nil ktml, f
Muale lloiult, fantu UtmJt,
Nov 101 and 107 J'oar Shut Hosoulu
rwni.u. CiaaJM, S.lng Macnuws Miiroia and
Uliii rlalrf. 1'l.lura Iniiu. .,..1 l-.n!.-. ... . i . .
,. ., .., ..nn... s.n. &.,u..a WWf o
C BREWER COMPANY,
llmrrul MrrrnHlllrnml Vummluluu Alruti
cJtriiK fimar, Houolulu.
OtaWv-p. C. Joos Jr., leU.oi a4 nuiuan
J'-J. O, CM, iiMWirr and wmun. ItHeciwt;
U'A't,'W ' toJk H. A. P. Ctt) IIhuv
Mlfa WirtM Il4
Cirflr, tmr Mak,r anU Viuarr
No. i Qcun Saat (Ulaw H-UJo o WU)
.J J. lfo,mk.
" Tv, jr
lltnlrr III fhnlrnl llrrf, I'nil, Milllnn, I Jr.
Hn. 0 t)vrm Jrmar, Pun Muni.
I Ainllf and KhtpiJiig m.l.n amefutlir iin.l.. in
lln HmV fniM.l.e.1 in Vttwlt at it., I not lr
eiietaWti of all klnd tupplUd in order.
Tri r-HHN Ur, III
IVA C. QltimiAUM A Co,
I ml,,,! In nml II linlrmtr lltnUrt lii lie, 1.
Makhi'i IhrxK fji'nm Sueur, llmwiii.u
S, OltlMIIAUM A Co,
I'nrinitillnit mul t.'aiilmlf Inn Mrrtlimil;
ti, t'ai irrmNM Sr., Sak Wmtxtcn.
Spertat facilillet for ami iiaillfular llrnllnn utd la
.'iiininrii,. 01 iiinmi 4ii,if.
H'ntrhtnnt,rt', Jriirhf, lUntnttrr, tin it
No. 111 Koitf SfMKT 1r)niMi.
All nnltr fjitlifitily i.nift, 31
I AWIU.NCU A I'lUIHTII.
I'lirH an.t IUiIiimIm riiniMiril far WuLt i,t fnn
Mnitlioit, Litt roglH't-riiiic (nl 8utrii(, OfTi(t
(nf i'f lllt;tiitlji am) KiUtua (tutu. nn tlMr
ii m piiiiijium 111' a Walt f Mm(
P.J). llo 101. . 1,6-ly
Itmtl nml Slitiritinkrr,
Hiinlf ami Short nude to Older,
tJn. 114 I'our Kr orimiia I'ANiiirON RrAairt,
OLLISTRR ft Co.,
II ln.Ufi, ilr nml III lull llruuill'l' mill To
tittrctmlitM, Nn. jo Nui'ANti Smrrr ....Honuivlu
DROWN ft PIIIM.IPS,"
I'liirllrnl riiiiiil.rm, tint I'tllrr mill f;i
liertlltlllt. No. it Nmiianu Sinir.t Honolulu
I'artlnitir atlention paid to the hmng up of llie
,Spriitnrl. flat Maihine, ,
P 11, onniNO,
llriimn nml hrnummi.
iVIglil, Packages nml Iliggage drliveied loaml from
nil Urlt of Honolulu awl ilnily. C'utefiil at
tention iaid to inovlrifi; I'mniturc, wiiti
WAC.ONS I'.XI'ltKSSI.V IOK Till: I'MltPOSK.
Telephone 86; Keid-llce 35 PiincliUiwl MreeV,
Office, li King Stieet. iot.li
PHILLIPS ft Co.
Iniiiiiilrri, nml ll'lmlrxiilr llrnter In Cloth-
lint, ItiintH, Shurii, llntn, Mciig I'm'-
lltuhlntt IIwhIh, Vim-j tluuitu, i,7r.
No. it Kaaiiumanu Srup.nr.
HARLES T. OULICK,
Sutaru I'lihllr, Aiinil In tnl.r Arlniiilrily
uirnlH In l.ntmi' t'nittl'itrlii, mul
llriirvnl lltmliir Aurnt.
Office in Makee'a Dlock, at corner Queen and Ka.ihu-
maim Hreeis llomjlufu, a-iy
O J. LEVEY ft CO.,
M'hiitrnitle mill Jlrtnll llrorrm,
KOKT StKFT IIOHOLULU
Krrh groceriej nd provklorK of all lindt on hand and
receivedregiilarlv- from Kurorand America Hhicli
will te sold at Ihe lowest maiket rales.
OooiU dthveied lonny art cf the cil)' free of charge.
land ordern solicited am prompt ailention will !
given to the tame. na.iy
ONG LBONG ft CO.,
Aurtiln fnr M mm ill .Viif.ir, I'utmnn Hlrr
And Kailua Rice Plantation and Mill,
Nuuanu Strekt CouNm Marink
npHEO. II. DAVIES ft Co.,
(I.ATR (ANION, Gui-Kufc Co.)
iiijioifiT iimf Cumin ImIoii Mttirhnnl:
Lloyd's and tlie Llvenioot Umlerw rilers.
Iliili.li and foreign .larine Insurance Lom.any, ami
Northern Assurance Coiniauy. i
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
iMI-nRTKHtANII Dkalvrs in
IIihiIh, Sliiim, I'urnlMhiiia llooil; llntn,
C'ji, Trunk; I'ntltrt,
Peifumery and Snaps, WrJlham Watches,
Hn Jextlr)-, etc.,
CllRNFK I'llRT AHIJ MrUCIUNT KrurtTS, HdNOLt'LU
- E. WILLIAMS,
ISirOKTRR ANU UIALIR IN
I'lirnlliirr of f.riin Itrmcrliitlmi. AImo
I'nhnltlrrrr mul tlnuufnrtnrrr.
Kurnilure Warernoms No. inn Krui sti...,. U'.1.
shop at eld llai.,1 on HottlSlrrel. All ordris Koinpll)'
atlended la 11
JOHN T, WATERHOUSE,
Imimrtrr mul Drnler In llrnrrnl Mrr-
rjukNSrKT '. Honolulu
P t, 'NICHOLS,
VUII Kiiulnrrr mill Vuntnrlor fur the t'mi
triicllnn of Itnllr, iii,Im,
Mills, Isndinirs, Iron, Wooden ami ComUiuttofi
Itridges, Viaducts and SuntiiN! Iliidges
for Cane Flumes.
Nom,Lj Kort SmrhT Honoll'lu
MRS. l.t:ON D.JKAN Pro,,I,t,,
NuMniacj, IKiraL Siskur.
.en Srrrnl nl All Hour' vf Ih Itny.
Sia terms f. regular Uuidert, Tim ooly suila
Me tirai ruom In town f jr ladies.
U IIACKPELD Co.
llrnrrnl Cvniinllon Ayrntm,
CD. IIOPFSCIILARCHR ft Co. .
Imimrlrrt nml Vuuiuiltsluii Jlrrrhnnl:
HOBOII'LI', Oaiip, II. I
I IIOPP A Co., 7 King ctreet,
ImiHirterm ami Mnnufnrturrrt of Krrru
Tu TM Uwnsr-Tilminints, TasmIs (iimu. Silk
w.vt-ni.,Mj ih- aisor .-sus resiiillia,
cuteied, i-olithed aimJ su4.U rijuat lo
new, Maiiivsx rruudt aud
ckaiwd at sV1
Wm arm ttrAm.1 tt itm't... u.L . I .1 .
--- . -- - ....... w,M WK, nHHiseaie
T-VlLLINGIIAM ft Co.
lutfurl'r ami li.uler. fis Hnlmtrt,Cal
I'slrut and OJs. and GaI llu.k.n.1.
Nil. j; )'oTSlinr llotsuivLM
A W. PKIRCg Co.
A'ji fkauillrrt ami CtuimUtUn Mir-
lloi.oH.il.-, lUwailAK IsiiaiH.
Inil, i Int nf llrnrrnl Mrirl,,in,llir from
I'rmirr, Unulmul, llrriiinni mul
Hi IFllllnl Mnlrt,
No ta MuM-Masff rtrteot lltamti'irf
r fVMAM nitOTIIRRS
M Imlrmlr llrnrrri,
nt anb ill CAioniHiiAjImirT .Ian )Acnri
I'.Mki.lir atlenlWn m(. ftttiiig th. iMriHt !
illld Milers. ,
WILLIAMS ft Co.
im anh lit Fr Itrnrrt HnNm.vi
HciiiiesDif all tii.s and timls mid I wJ.-f, ami
fi mes of all ilnill4 ewHiamly 0 Irtml, Also
Cnials, Sli.il. ami Curloslils of the I'W. a
A I.I.HN ft ItOIIIHltON,
hnilrrt In l.uniher'miil nil l.lmU nf IliilliU
Oil Mnlriliil; Pillule, ), finllt, itr,,
HoHlllllJi, H. I.,
Afilxn iif KIlniMrira
llaleakala, Knlanianii, Ktkaiituohl, Mary Ellen,
IJIIanu, Pauahl and I.eahl,
At KoUnsoii'i Wlurf. 1
r vons ft Lnvp.Y,
Aitttlitiirrr mul t'oniiiilttlnii jSlrrrhmilf
IlKAVrR HliKk, (JlleWtNrRr'Kr, HllNlllL'Ul.
8ali r'liriilllire, Slink, Ileal Cslat and Osneral
Mrrthandi priHtipily atlended to. tfol aijenll for
isnieiican ami 1, urrpcaii inert naiiilise. j 1. i.viini,
I i.j. .Rr.
pn, C. itowtt,
llunnr mul Stun I'ntnlrr,
I'aih IIanihk, etc,
Nn, 107 Kino Suiir,,, ..,,. I loni4itt)
Jl Kino SiRr , Honolulu
Impirter of American Jewi-try of errry descrip
tion, (t'orinulyot !!an PraiKiioo, California.) 50
r EWERS ft COOKE,
(8uKS0R1tl I.RWrRft DICKSON,)
1 111 in, rtr it mul hrnlrra In l.iiiiihrrmul ill
lilniln nf lliillitlnu MnlrrlnlM.
Kor SrRRRT Honolulu
UJ W. MeCIIESNEY ft SON,
l.rnllirr, lltitrm, Til'.linr mul Cmillillrtlnn
Agents for the Royal Soap Comjany.
No. i Quern Strkt , Honolulu
p C. COLEMAN,
Wild;,, till,, MnrhtnlHl, Cnrrlntn Work,
HllNOIL'LU , , , If. I
Plantation Machinery, etc. Shop on King Slreel,
neat lu Castle ft Cooke's.
Tin, Cnvvr mul Shrrl Iron ll'nrlirr,
.Slnrr mul ItilitlrM,
of all kinds Plunder' stuck ami rm-tals, house fiimidt
log gooils, cluilidellcrs, lamis, etc
No. 8 Kaaiii'Manu Stib-r Honolulu
T M. OAT ft Co.
Snllnuihrr, liny i,f nil lrrriffiia
llinilr mill rt'jiilli'nl,
Honolulu ,.,., ,, (. I
Ifl In A. I'. Cooke's new fireproof building, foot ol
Nuiunu Stircl, 78
I'lnnrrr SI rum Cmuly Mminfnrtiiry mul
Honolulu II. I,
- IVactical Confectioner, Pastry Cook, and Maker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Port and Nuuanu
- ENGLING ft Co.,
Ttutniltha mul I'liimbrrii, lirutrra In
StiirrM, ItminfM, Tin,
No. j Nli'anu SrRRirr Honolulu
T W. GIRVIN,
Vmiinih'tim Mrrrhmit mul llrnrrnl llrntrr
lu llru OiimtH,
AVailuk u, M All ,I
Groceries Hardware, Staiinery, Patent Medicines,
C,UIM. J MIHJ OUM.aiE.
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Strum F.Hvhie, ItoUrrM. fitt(,ir MM.
Coolrrm, Mruttf Itr mitt J,ratt Ctthtfuy,
UNouUt II. 1
Mat.liitMrr)' of emy tK-trli-tivii maJa to -order.
I'jflKuUr kt trillion iuU tu Sliin'k HLiiiLuiiI.htni.
Jtl uf L cirrulnl oq tlt tlnartcM lavtkr. l
'T'HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FORSimiNG IN IIRICK.
a . k .v a 1. 1 .v 11 .t- co..
No. 5 Nuvanu .Sirurt lloNolin:
Sole agents for ihesa Islands. Ibe Imt nuking ap
laraltisfoelhe PUnlaiion, Hold or Pajuily.
KANCKSt PIXTUIUl.'; such as
Hot Witlrh llollrrn,
llrillr Hi, re, Kir.,
Always In si ix k.
ttkplicit dirrclkms for setting up accompany cvery
Cirtuhri and Vritti oh effltcathn. i7J.r
yiios. o. thrumT
tUHIRIIKO AND MANUrACrllatsici
M.illuurr, A'cira A unit, Vrlnlrr, loot,.
Ami puUidwr of lU SatVum Pss,abd lfr.tl-
U.V"J- urn. A't, lt.lllu.ul slleet. Ileal.
er in Piiw Suiiooeiy, Ikks kludf, T and Iuk
(kkkIS Pui sliest, near llo.il, Honolulu.
A ,S, CLBGIIORN ft Co.
ii.iuiilrre .mil llnilr f In llrnrrnl ,Urr
rhimillmr. Corner Queea and Kaabuisuim Streets HuerJuto.
DOLLES ft Co.
Shift Ckumllrra nu.l t'oMuifaefoN MrrrhnnU
yuaaN Sresirr lloxollLU. II. I.,
Iniiulen an.1 Dcaleis. In Gtoeral Mershamlise, 1
XT P. BUROESS,
('urjirnle-r ami Hull.lrr.
All kinds of Jolblna; pruautly aaicmlVsl lu.
IlKMioeM No, !, WUiUH
Swir, No. la Kike, Sir.
ISHrioeM ,-.0, ijn, YsUuhsuis l',si CMSce,
. . lloaocviu
f AINB ft Co.
l.wiets aad ilialw in Hay, Graia and Geaeeal
tloNOIVLtl. .., .,,..,. II, 1
U B. MclNTYMB SROTMSK,
sVnxvrai atHsf ffl rUtrr,
Cr, KlkciAkH r'ttki fin....,, ..HnwHa-H'
raawifM VMer Maaafatlor'j,,
N ij Lmt Sinssr ., M4am.hu,
WiioLiv Numihsii 159
P A. rtCIIAitl'itll ft Co.
Imlintlrrt mul Cn,l,il:hii Mftrl.mil;
'Cilirr rtTRUT,,,. .,,.... ..If.".!! I
XAILDER A Co, "
l.utiil.rr, I'nlnt., int., Xnlli, nml llniuftnn
Mnlrrlntt nf rrrry html.
p P. AtlAMU,
Alirlltinrrr mul Cniunilnlnu Mrrrhtlnl,
frtl taa-r Haui
DiailOP ft Co. --------
MHAIir r lleWfti-H' III
IHaw I'.ulianic on
'""' UAJi,'lLHUFi,Ht,,' l'''o.
Ami their llrsroh.s In
HONOKONH, kVIINIIV ami ll',l,IIOIHNi:,
Tramatl a Ctniiat lUiiUn; llintnni, '
JUIHS, A. M, MELLIS,
I 'mli I nun hi r Dm, mul Vlunlt Mnh'r'r,
Uu.ihi l'nrRfrrr IIoniJihu
JM, O, IRWIH ft Co.
.Suyiir I'nrtnr mul Cninnilt'tnn Auriili.
rl.Ai-esr.ncKKl.s. wm. o. irwin.
Hunou'lii , t j
Unit f.Hntr llrnhrr unit I'.lilflnymrnt
MtRciiAnr Stritt ..
.. ..IIONOlLLUjI, I
Hems llonmt, Cottages, Hts,aml wlllarvl teases
Ileal l.etale In all farlsof the Kingdom. Ilmptoyroent
f,iru lyt iIkw seeking work in all the various Usnches
or business connected with lhw ItLmJs. I,egl .loe.
meiiti drawn. Hills (iJlecle.l, llookt ami AComintt tep
ami general oHic wwk iranvscleiL Patronage soliVited.
Commissions molerate. 4
- W, MACI'AItLANU ft Co.
Imnortrm nml Ci'ininlntlon tlrrthmttt.
Cor. Port and Qurr-N SrRmrs. . -H Honolulu
The Glasgow and llonolutu Line of Packets
i'rn..X C"L' l-Ierid Line of Packets,
Ihe Vaikapii Planlalion.
Tlie-SpeiKer Planlalion, llilo.
Hikalau llaiitallon, llilo.
Mlilees, Tail It Waison, Sugar Company,
llie Puulua Sheep Kamh Company.
A L. SMITH,
Iiiiimrlrr mul llrntrr In llliimtirnrr,
Jlrrlilrn Stlrrr-I'lnlnl urr,
No. 44 Port Stssirr Honolulu
King'a Combination S.ectatjes ami P.yeglaivrs.
I.ual Hire Ware , I ancy Soat. Ilcture Prames Pis'
lols, UiMeuholnis Pocket Cutlery, Powdn, Shot ami
Amniunillon, laark'a S.l Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
hole ageiit of the linitersaUy acknowlniged UiU
llunmng Domilk- Sewing Machine.
Tho AVI nil. or Raataurnnt,
Having rrcently changed hands, '
Now assumes the responsibility of catering for that
Clean and Cosy Dining; HalL
Thejethlic have already shown signs of how ihey
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One visit will ioflice lo sliow that Mr. M-Xandless is
tlie right man In the right place.
Flrst-Clais Board by the Week,
Or Special Arrangement.
T-ENNBDY ft Co.,
Whulaaale and Rotattl Orueara,
No. C Hotel Srarar. -
(Caioi.Wn F1re.e-ooT lluilding.)
I'mh lluiulm Conllnunllif on Ihr.Wan;
Islaml Puller aloayi n tiand. -,
TritiiioNe No. 140.
npHB GRRMANIA MARKET.'
lIoNOtulV, II, I,
llrrf, I'rnl, 3lillh.ii, Lnmh, Vaultry
Con.ianlly on hand, ami of choUeal quality, P.ek
hausages IMognasetc.alsrays on lian.L Our sueal.
'.,"",'" "J l"t "P in JiMern sile. All orders
faithfully allende.1 to, anddelisered In any mil of Ih.
city. M.p on Hotel biieel. Irrweeil UhiJi atal Poet
Slieels lio-tml J. KAUPP, Itswtwr,
Tlw undersigned woukl inou lestwclfully axify the
pjiU that he Iras bon,ht cut Mr. W ioterrl .; the
abore uuikel and 1U1 U is epaied to furulsh lh Use
Park, VmI aad
The mailel AlTonls, at ihe bwtu tales
I NO. O. FOWLER ft Co.,
.lr .rrMirrU to farnltM flan unit till
ninlri fur Hlttl
Wai. ot without Cars and lairxawsaises, SsUlly
AtlAPIEl) 10K SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Prtmaneot Railways, an.1 1too.otlres and ns TraM
log,es and Kva.1 looisaolltes ataR
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aUe kotows lor aH siibass, Mswdsag
Calaleoes wilk III
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graphs oritur abuse Hants and MasUnery nsa be aeea
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