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IM t jr(BrwrmV $5.1, I Ull I. iM,V
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run noi.n iriu uiu
Tin? riirrciwy jwctioti ltn tei at
lMThmU the alrteM tnimU of llic
icfltmy. It rs no tlrr then thru
live trttttlar ritiwm of Hotroliilii wrrtle
wfUffly with tiroblem tlmt it fnr Ik
vrmil tlwlr ken. In cxrcfrtlng from
Ihli MWlt)g dictum a few liiirtl licmlcil
men of long anil v.ulrtl flnnminl ft
iwrfprnr, ami a mllrr few of iwticm
mnl togii aI Mmlrnt, one merelv prove
tlierttlc m ulalcil. If any intelligent
lewlcr, liimwlfirotpreMoiwI) intercitetl
in the ulJe t, tleire to inform liim
iclfm In milM opinion mi thr ini'mr
taut mieation, let liim viti( nny ten ol
IM&, lme Intituled in Ilia two finrc.
liffllTmetl try I'ott, Queen, N'tiuitnii iiml
Mefrhnnt tnet, Plicto he will henr
nrjpimenU fnr ntul ngnitiM the gulil
MrMirlarti nf Unitetl Simm value, for
and apninst a hi tnitnllir lurrciiiy nf
imr own, for and ngaintt the stiitm gnu
IVrlMip. the following nwiinetl wi
tionfi do not fairly lepietcnt the mmt
clcnii cut anil lojirjilly-rciionetl belief
of tlirwc who hold the various theories
Hut they represent with nlwolute im
Mitiality the opinions of prominent
AgtiinM the gold standard is urged
its impracticability. " (iolil will not
stay here," is an nptarent truth, so oft
reK.mled that, to mai.y, it has come to
liae the sacredncss of a fact and the
binding forte of a creed. " Hesides,
cheap inonej answers all our purposes.
If some one makes money on e
change, the profit is n perfectly legiti
mate one." "What wc need is plenty
of money to carry on our transactions
with each other." I'lie assertion that
gold will not stay here is one of those
half truths by which the stierfuial are
always dec cued. Certainly gold will
not remain here so long as we permit
an inferior coin to compete with it on
terms of equality. American gold
worth sa) $4.90 per quarter eagle
can not long remain in a country where
it may be purchased at par by I rent b
or Mexican silver worth Si.m Hut if
French fue-franr pieces and Mexican
dollars circulated here for just what
they were worth in San 1'rancisco, gold
in larue quantities could not be ob
tained in exchange for them and would
not lo exported in large sums -or ex en
in a large jearly aggregate. If Amer
ican gold were the standard and onlv
fix c dollars were pax able in silver no
coins of which need be taken aboxe a
tixed schedule xalue the xery neces
sities of the situation would compel
gold to remain here. It would be
king of the monetary situation, to
which all other currency must be sub
sidiary. Again, is it true that " cheap
money answers all our purposes ?" So
long as our transactions are confined
to this countrx, xcs; the moment we
go outside, no. Unfortunate!1) for the
areument, the transactions of xery few
are confined here. The bulk of our
debts arc owed abroad, and to jw)
those debts wc must obtain exchange.
If wehaxe goods to sell, we advance
their selling price in order to recoup
ourselxes the cost of our exchange
and our customers pay freight, factor,
interesr, rent and e.xeiange. If we
haxe not goods (or sale, and buy for
the improvement of property, wc must
add to yearly rentals the increased cost
of our improvement material. Still
again, "plenty of money to carry on
our transactions with each other" is a
mere catch phrase. If wc sell more
goods than we buy we can haxe our
profit in just tl e kind of money we
want. Plenty of gold will flow steadily
in from a gold-pa) ing country if we
demand it. The planter, agent, mid
dleman, shor AccKr, whose obligations
must be met in gold, will protect him
self by demanding gold from his cus
tomers. 1 he San Francisco purchasers
of our products who buy here as
eventually many are likely to will be
obliged to pay our balances in gold
drafts whenever wc ask for them. The
San Francisco banks would be obliged
to forward gold here to meet their
drafts whenever balances were largely
in our favor; or, if they preferred to
iwy interest to our banks, the latter
could and would bring all the gold that
might be needed, Hut if vvc continue
to sell in San Francisco, we can ship
back the gold we need by Wells, Fargo
iV La, or recctv c exchange on Mono
lulu for just the cost of express charges.
The arguments for and against a
double standard arc more intricate and
much less logical because of the com
plexity of the subjett and the constant
ly fluctuating condition of silver in the
w odd's markets. '1 here is one theorist
a gentleman of more than ordinary
intellect, a close student and a plausible
reasoner, who desire to sec American
gold circulate here at a premium. He
would have the double eagle worth $21
in silver and the eagle worth $10.50 in
silver. He insists that his svsiun would
effectually tetain gold in the country .
Hut he overlooks the injustice tu the
seller, who must give $i worth ol
goods fur a coin which will buy only
3.20 worth of those goods tn San Fran
cisco and which is worth only $19.80
whcnlic get it there, granting that c-.x-clunge,
under the premium system of
gold retention would fall to the one
jicrccnu rate of Wells, Fargo iV Co.'s
Express charge. It might be the part
of thoughtful legislation to degrade the.
valuation of all diver to its actual value
in gold, but the iUtilicnl over valuation
ol gold would create fictitious values,
anil place ourselves in the auoiiiolous
jusition of a man who buys with his
light land at u profit to his neighbor
and Kelts with his left at a loss to
Tlierc arc (wo ways of looking at the
tfdtut quo. "1-ct well enough' alone,"
wy one va of rcasoncr. "We have
managed to get on laitly well with the
cuneiicy we have, why not Mick to it "
It ii a curious commentary ukjii the
mental make-up of many who are con
tented with things as they aie, that
they are aba careless obserxers o the
Introduction of the Hawaiian coinage,
contending (hat if we need anything it
U more silver forgetful (hat where gold
! 1'ur il(v,ivt ll n ki If the pr.bl in
01 KiipuiK lieu emmuu K'iii iur our
oh 11 Ik 1 (Is i.m be solved there need
in vcr Ik-fciir of a silver foil me I he
IrcuMirv, and sub Irertsimcs of the
I'nitt-d States are plelliofii with silver
Whoever needs silver licit?, anil holds
exchange on Han Irani ineo (that Is,
bus sugar, tire or other produi Ik In San
Franc two) ran lme silver shipH?d
fmm that oit to this for one per tent.
If he itrcfr-rs gold he ran lime the gold
lie ran tin tlmt under the sttttui .
but vvlietc is there n planter's agent
who under (lie iMnt quit Is willing
to forego his profit on the est Innige ho
wlls to the kink, or to private buyers e
Fortunateb for this toinntunity there
aic never At Interested pcrwn willing
to forego this profit for the lominon
gnuil hoping to prosH'r moie In the
general jirosneriiy tluiii by elstlng
methods in which their profits are at
the expense of the plantations they
represent ami of the genernl public
A inanrtwy tonvcnlion between this
tommy and the United Slates has been
proiHwetl, whtrcby llictutreuty of eat h
slmll let iprornlly pass current in the
other Suth .1 proposition mult with
the siipimrt of the Honolulu Chamber
of Commerce jniflht have weight with
our generous friends in the United
Stales, ' An iiiictmlinn.il bimetallic
turrcniy has been mooted The
lainmplishuicnt of cither project would
solve lor the present -doubtless for
years to tome the monetary problem
of I law.iu. Hut unless either is aecom-
nlished, a gold standard, by (he terms
of which silver shall be n legal tender
foi only a small sum (we think $5
should be the maximum), is what we
must come to first or last, ami what
common sense dictates we should
nisi: .i.x 01 iiintiiiti:.
OPPOSITION 10 IVIPOMIION,
Cicntlcincn of the imposition,
Wc trust wc have your dim permission
To indicate the reason we
Do you this friendly courtesy.
Wc wish, sweet gentlemen, you see
To make more clear, before wc slop,
The difference twist "im ami "(."
It is related that an old London
merchant on his death bed divided the
results of long years of labor, sonic
hundreds of pounds in all, amongst his
sons. " It's little enough, my boys,"
were his last wortls, "but there isn't a
dirty shilling in the whole of it." I lis
ideal had not been to make money, but
to keep clean hands. We believe the
same ideal has been before many of
Hawaii's most prosperous citizens but
not before all else the present "welter
of uncertainties" were mqiossiblc.
The Islmiaelite of the imposition
sneaks in and out of the palace, where
his long deluded and long-suffering
master tries vainly to conceal the dis
gust he may not dispel. He sits in the
melancholy office, musty with its moral,
mental and physical cobwebs. He
drives through the crowded streets,
where men avoitl his gaze. His eyes
lack lustre and his chin's infirm. I le
is waiting for his other master.
If there were no "dirty shillings"
in the coin bags of some ol Honolulu's
merchants the cabinet of the 1 lawaiian
Kingdom would not be dominated by
a Mormon renegade. And the whole
community would not be suffering the
humiliation of " waiting until wc know
what Claus Sprcckels is going to do
about it.'" It has been the moral
inertia of many, the downright jobbery
ofafewand the arrant cowardice of
morethan a few which havegiv en Gibson
his lease of power and made this com
munity so desperately afraid of
Let there be no mistaking our posi
tion in regard to Mr. Sprcckels. We
have never denied the obligation of this
community to that gentleman's enter
prise, liberality and personal generosity.
The town is full of men who have only
praise for his relations with planter and
merchant up to his recent action in
regard to the compulsory freight con
tracts with shiptiers. There are a
great many men who sec no wrong in
Mr. Sprcckels land transactions on
Maui. There are a great many others
who contend that he has fairly won a
monopoly of the carrying trade between
this (ort and San Francisco claiming
that freight was $ and $5 a ton until
the Sprcckels' packets reduced it to
$1.50. They say further that $5 by
steamer is not an extortionate advance
on $2.50 by sail when insurance and
interest arc considered.
During his recent v isit this journal
advanced the truth to us it seems
axiomatic that the interests of Mr.
Spreckcls were identical with those of
all the rest of us. We saw then as
all intelligent men sec now that " the
greatest good to the greatest number "
would have been a wise motto for Mr.
Sprcckels. The good of the whole
country demanded the downfall of the
Mormon accident and the game was
in Mr. Sprcckels' hands.
It would have been an exercise of
rare political wisdom for Mr. Spreckcls
to topple to the dies (hesawdus( s(a(cs
man whose pedeslal of "primacy" and
slogan of" Hawaii for (he Hawaiians,"
have been s(umbling block and laugh
ing slock for (he whole Hawaiian
lieople. I( would have been wise be
cause (he prosiK:ri(y of the whole
(eople -in (he long run would haxe
surely advantaged Mr. Sprcckels more
(ban any private scheme that might be
advanced by Mr. Gibson.
If as his enemies declare Mr.
Sprcckels cares not a new half dollar
for the welfare of the general public, m
long as bis private ends are seryed by
the legislative tools suped to lie con
trolled by Mr. Gibson if that lc true,
then it is a waste of gootl ink to try and
reason with hiur. We are of those who
do not so l)clieve and bh.ill not, until
his own Actions disprove our belief.
We think Mr. Sprcckels has liccn de
ceived by the representations of the
merry gentleman who boasted of
" bluffing the old man " on that memor
able Saturday when (he great sugar
king admitted leing " euchred."
We know that Mr. Sprcckels wa led
into (he coinage trap by Gibson. We
have bis word fo it (hat he was a most
unwilling xiclim. Wc do not desire,
nor does (he community desire, thai
Mr, Sorc-ckcls should lose anything by
(he colli transactions. The country is
111 a measure bound by the actions of
in tiuwotthv suvnih the national
f.uth li.ts been iiltdKctl Ui have
darned to Mr Gibson's piping ntul wc
must pny not the piM?r exactly, hut
the Mom who furnished the pipe.
l,ct us then pay Mr. Sprctkcls all he
is "out " on the transaction , mid keep
the die, etc. If (he next legislature
does not repeal the coinage n t, it will
iliru be In order to maniif.tt tuto the
roln nmnttns A Aw. Mr. Spret kels
ought to bo iwtisflctl with this, and we
trust he will be.
As to tlio other mailer width tie
nnntU Mr. Snrorkels' attention - (he
Mail CouiiKiny s protest -we trust that
theie also Ills sense of juMit 0 will t out
pel hint to iibiiudom nn untenable
jmsition. Anil we nay thin with no
jircdilec lions In favor of the I'.itlfif
'I he Atlvcitiscr never "gave itself
away moie conspicuously than on last
Tuesday. Its rditori.il wan an appeal
to the fanatic. ism of beleivers in the di
vine right of kings nn argument based
on the obsolete thcoiics of the-Scottish
Stuarts. 'I here is but one right divine
at know ledged by tonstitiitiou.il 1'ng
l.intl, by republican l-'ranre, by liberal
Italy nnd by the democratic United
States; that is the light divine of free
men to choose, to regulate or to depose
their rulers. There is too milch of the
modern spirit in the tltctivc monarchy
of (lie Uiiw.1ii.1n Kingdom to make the
retrograde policy of the Atlvcrtiser
wotth (he paper ifwas printed on. We
think the King knows this as well .is
any of its. If not, Attorney-general
Neumann is just the man to tell liim.
"Whatever may have been Paul
Neumann's private reasons for entering
the cabinet at the recent crisis, his
presence thrc is a distinct piiblie gain.
He is known as a personal friend and a
public partisan of Claus Spreckcls;
but he is known also as a hater of
shams and nn uncompromising enemy
of jobbery. He is a man of the world
in the broadest sense, a hail fellow
with the convival, a wit and a humor
ist; yet he is the indulgent head of a
loving family, and compels the invari
able respect of the most rollicking of
his bohemian friends."
Docs the quotation sound like the
panegy ric of a partial friend ? Such it
undoubtedly is but in the judgment of
thc writer (who expresses here an in
dividual opinion) it is fully deserved.
It is not unnatural that islanders should
view with suspicion the swift elevation
to power of a man who is a compara
tive stranger and who is known as the
close confidant of a powerful personage
at present out of perfect harmony with
the community. Hut the writer bc
leives that if Paul Neumann were as
well known here as he is in San F'ran
cisco his acceptance of the attorney
generalship would be welcomed by the
wisest and the most patriotic.
Wc must remember that we of the
opposition have made no end of fun
of the ad interim arrangements of the
imposition. Wc ought not to stulify
ourselves by captious criticism of one
who has taken the office in the teeth
of public sentiment unless he have a
bad record, or until he prove himself
ot the same kidney as the three Sir
Galahads who sit among the webs and
weeds of their ill conducted portfolios.
It is not to be expected nor is it, per
haps, desirable that Mr. Neumann
should fully share the prevailing detes
tation of the imposition. Wc are con
vinced that he will find out more by
being a month in office than he could
knowin a year by remaining outside it.
And if he puts no instructive fleas into
Mr. Sprcckels' car, wc shall be very
The hour is ripe. It is waiting for
the man. The man of men who stands
out before the people of all nationali
ties, as qualified by brains, by experi
ence and by personal magnetism to
head the administration of a govern
ment conducted in the interests of Ha
waiians and whites alike, is Samuel G.
Wilder. He is the strongest man be
fore the people to-day. Planters and
merchants are his friends. He is trus
ted by natives and trusted by foreign
ers. Missionaries and anti-missionaries
respect his intellect and admire his
courage. He has conducted the most
progressix e of recent Hawaiian admin
istrations. With vigor, firmness, tact
and infinite patience he carried a cabi
net through the perils of a legislative
investigation, and came out stronger
before the people than when he took
In an evil hour the king dismissed
his ministry. In dismissing Mr. Wilder
he sent away his best friend. Surely
the king must sec to day that the buil
ding of a palace and the wearing of a
crown can but poorly compensate for
(he loss of a nation's confidence. The
king can not more surely buy back the
nation's confidence than by restoring
to office the most capable of its citizens.
A strong man in the aepartment of
(he in(crior S. G. Wilder; a sttong
man in the finance office J. O. Carter;
an honest man of the world fortlic attorney-generalship
Paul "Neumann ;
a diplomat and a gentleman for
minister of foreign relations J, Mot(
Smith. There is not one of these men
who is faultless. None of them pre
tend to Ik?. None of their friends
claim that they are. lint all arc men
of (he world, all are honcs(, all have
brains and all are gentlemen. These
men woultt be more than a owcr po
litically, They would mean strength
socially. If fully in accord with the
king, they would pave the way for a
better understanding between all the
iH?ople and the ruler they have chosen.
I'hey would ply the besom of reform,
bu( they would offer also the olive
branch of a better understanding, and
erhaw, win lack for David Kalakaua
that public confidence his sinister ad
visers have so contemptuously flung
It was a generous impulse on the
jvart of lWmas(er-Gcncral Whitney to
start a Christmas contribution for (he
Kalawao and Kakaako lepers. It was
creditable of Father Damon, Judge
McCully and Messrs. 1C P, Adams
and Henry Watcrhousc to lend the in
fluence of (heir names to (he project
'I he lime during which money or o(her
contributions may lie left with Mr.
Henry Watci house, at his Queen street
store, has been extended till next Sat
urday, Wc trust (he call may lie re
sponded to liberally.
III iMfirrffnil of th llnntilnhui .ShlHihlrr
1ut Tiirly morning. In cotnkoiy with
Mr I tank spcncr, Mr ( hrctice W. Avli
foul anil Mr (. It Hui-lduM, it mimcnlatlvt'
of tills Mprr vlfllnl tlirre laitilier lumcrs of
lliis rliy iml finnxl ill nil nf idem n niulllln
of things cflfllny for Immnlbt liiiitnvruitm
M live prill nf 11 ciiiiiilclc cmllnnanr fresh
inrat rtillnK by all nf llilt nmimmilly im
willing to Iniy AiiKticiitl- miwholrvMitc (lHJ,
mill tiuVltntly InlflllurM In put inn ntul two
On the lmtc lock of the i-ilwin nie the
lmii;lilrr limuw of Mr. (J, Umipp mi. I of
Wllllsm .MeCttrollcM. Indie fhiulile yntil of
llic iiimicr m rslnlilitliincnt mint llilil) U
faille were alanillng imklc ilcp In Myglan
mini, mill well nUiiit n fat nv iliC nvrrnc;c
inalrli 1 nml Ainnng 1I17111 liiiiMlnl a Itnlfiliircn
irnuiil ciiIvct, fmm which It in Ire nimiufir
liirrtl llic liiltnormifty on rnlliM vm" nf llic
iintkcH, If rimnnli'i Iran Mne were m Imii
ii lliiwo fecu In llnl Ctnwileil nilllt: k-h, llic
wilier ilocs not wonder lint the l'i:ritl in
riilcr I111I the nl:hlnnte. An lion lank nf
wnlcr wn In nnc corner nf the yml 1 1ml ihrrc
was nn Inillcallon nf nny fmul hiving irccnlly
Ik?cii Risen litem, mill tme of llic- wrly, liim
nrlf t'cilllc rnlvr, ilrchiol l Mi MM il,u
nn fund hid been fuoiMieil them for Mime
lime. The ImnUecpcr nf Mr, Unupp, how
ever, nn helng iiuenlloiiol, mid (list, In lh"
licl nf his belief, the entile were fed rc.i;iitirly
mi fiHiti n Ihry would cat ) but lint wild callh
would not touch fund for n week nflcr luing
iblven In. lie did not exphln how the citllc
wcte to lie foil In die filthy pen where they
were kept. Mcild, Imwcwr, llint If lu-ltcr
iuailcr wcte mivldcd hit employer could
nflnrd In pty licllct rent.
It If true lint llio rainy vivhi docs mil lint
nil xs Inter j lint It Is a "Imvnp" whether the
entile who ulnnd unprotected by thidclnthc
lint fun nf ilnsty mituincr nrc nny boiler olf
linn Ihoic who tlnnd nil diy In llic pitiless
1.1I11 of mudify winter.
I he piciiilvcs ol Mr. McCnndlcM nte In
nmchit holler condition, (Vine roofed In
from the direct notion of sun nnd rain. Hut
the floor wns for Ihe most put very mindly,
nnd the enltlc ns thin ns their nclidihors.
tnfidc the liii;h(ci liulhllng wns n sheep en,
supplied wild nilbc lny, before which a
snnll Hock nf by no menus fil sheep wcic
slindlni; with little nppirent npietltc. Mr.
McCandlcxs snys lint sheep which come from
Ihe other island die if i;ivcn cither water or
Urccn'firasi, nml so nrc kept, for llic week
(more or less) licforo hilling, without water,
lie admitted tint the similiter house occupied
by him Is not a cicditable one, but says tint,
under the circumstances, it is impossible for
him to belter himself.
Most of the cattle killed by lioth Hntipp nnd
McCandless are raised on this island. The
drivers charge $50 a drove, and for that
reason a large number arc brought at one
The pirly then proceeded to the establish
ment of .Mr. Waller on the Kapalama roid,
accompinied by Dr. Martin Higan. 'Ihe
two outside jards of Mr. Waller's place were
unroofed and very muddy. The cattle had
nothing liefore ihcm ; but receive native hay
dail), Mr. Waller si)s, furnished by Chinese
lo the amount of $6 worth weekly. Mr.
Waller's cattle come by steamer, and all in llic
pen list Tuesihy were thin and decidedly
tough looking. One old cow was pointed out
by Doctor Ilagm as unfit to be killed for
food puroscs. There is a field of some 20
acres adjoining Mr. Waller's slaughter house j
but the cattle which come from Hawaii and
Maui arc generally loo wild to be turned out
in this field, and so remain until killed in the
small pens adjoining the shamble's. There arc
three of these pens which hive a larger aggre
gate spice than tint of either of the other
places. The pen next to the shughter room
is roofed, and Mr. Waller says he is aliout to
cover Ihe other pens xs well, lie is also con
sidering the practicability of dividing his large
field into pasture tiaddocks and taking up
cattle only when needed. His sheep runout
all day, as it is. Willi Ihe improvements con
templated and suggested, and better feeding,
there no reason why Mr. Waller's establish
ment should not turn out prime he-ef. Large
ice houses in town, to keep meat until a day
old, would be steps in the right direction
which the public would doubtless appreciate ;
and if it were demonstrated that the business
can not stand the Increased expense of pro
perly conducting it, customers would un
doubtedly be willing to paya better price for
The w holcsomcncss or unwholcsomcness of
the present meat supply of Honolulu ought to
be tlccidcd by an investigating committee of
physicians. Tor the present it is enough to
know that cattle arc being cruelly treated lie
fore they arc killed for our markets, aud that
the meat furnished us is not what it ought
The butchers express themselves as quite as
anxious for a change as any one else. They
say Ihe present condition of affairs is forced
upon them by the action of the gov eminent in
virtually compelling them to occupy the
buddings they now use. This docs not apply
to Mr. Waller, who is not located at the spot
designated by the board of health. They say
they would like to have good houses provided
In some place adjacent to commodious pad
docks ; and that they w outd willingly pay a
larger rental for better accommodations. They
say that many of their cattle are quite poor
when they buy them, and that they are obliged
to take whit stock they can get; and that
they would gladly feed their beeves to keep
them In flesh if ihe cattle would eat. Take it
all In all according to their own story the
butcher's life "is not a happy one ; " and the
question Is, "How is it to be bettered?"
Which Is juit what the dear public wants to
know about lis meat ; and the humane society
about the oor animals.
finds fault with the board of educa
tion for giving a osition in one of the
public schools to a young lady from
abroad, in preference (o (he apiwim
men( of a wellcjualified resident appli
cant for (he same osition a young
lady who has lived in the community
since childhood. Generally speaking,
the jioint is well taken; but it seems
unkind to bring the name of either lady
into that sort of a controversy. Un
doubtedly the successful applicant came
here in good faith; and we know our
gallant contcinixirary is too thoroughly
the gentleman to think otherwise, liut
he must not undervalue the influence
of his powerful pen or forget (hat care
less words may rankle, and ill-weighed
implications injure, long after their
writer has forgotten even (he circum
stances under which they were wriltca
Sec. 1 of an act to provide for a
National Coinage sayst "It shall be
lawful for the Minister of Finance, and
he is hereby authorized to purchase
gold and silver bullion with rjiy monies
which may from time to time be in the
Treasury, and to cause lo be coined
therefrom gold and silver coins," etc.
Has this law been complied with in
icuer or spirit 1
"limit ntn riiniriiiirl
I II fitutt In Our llrlrf Irl
t.eiii tt ! vt ,Ht Iml.i , f ll,m
tlrnln Imp Mhtmltkl Hmltrlklfitmfir,fllm-
, fp ill fit. rtti". A t-ittet m nvoV
"ll'f lurry here liniment, gentle krone,
I'nr I nm filnt mid wrnry nnsllng fern I,
1 here" "fund for thoughl" In lld, fwtft
(I Itank ihee, Webb, fnr loudlng me ld
And yet It llkm mc not in nm ft o'er,
M tttl tt Atint 1
Ifml, slavr, what found If tint ?"
(Tki Hmf fft i 1 tm 1, MtKf, ttf Atm
"Ki't Klit mill")
"I Inn play I, In one petunii, mmy people,
And none cnnltnlrMi tninrliiiir mn I klngt
Then (tllium make me with niytelf t Ixt'gir,
And wi I aim then cinching itiiiiry
I'ertindcf mo I was better when it king)
'lliennni I kinged agvlni nnd by nnd liy,
'Ihlnk tint I nm unklngnl by ( 111, 11 (I
Can't help entrrpolale when 'lit to ml)
And might nm nothlnglhit wlnleVr I nm.
Nor I, nor nny 111111 lint bul mm Ii,
Willi nothing fhnll be pleated till hr It mi'd
Willi being nothing.
(Tki king, 111,11.)
"My nunc Is Cobwchb, nn ImIiI'h crest
I built myself it most ambitious nest
And laid therein Iheigg nfctilnln fimc
To hatch myself n left tlltcrilartil 1111110.
Hut nil my hoief tin (iilison I hid pliccil
I knew no oilier tunic nnd to crated
'I he tlginlurc of tinny n generout filctiil
I'rotii rich of whim I liorrowcd what he'd
Of pralte lor Cilbson or of blame for those
Who count il their best gricc lo be hit
Until so much of Ollison I hid saddled
'I hat when I cunc to break I'tunc' en,,
I'RF.Vtll R t
"Takcup my sIimiI nnd let us on, tweet churl,
Tor I, the Wamlcilng Jew nf prlnncy,
Must mike nnc final move tinn the tioird
Men miscall fate when they mean nly
Ah, well I I've led my foes a merry tlancc,
Nor yet quite phyeil out In this roy.il gime
That shall hand down ti'ion the scroll nf
The name of Gibson. Help me fate
To make this crncl check mean not check-
The foregoing while yet in MS. was
read by a writer on one of the other
papers. He said: I admit the ab
stract justice of the position. A public
man's record is public property; tut
and I might write it with a big H
charity ought to council one to give
an erring brother a chance; and fair
play ought to command that yoii don't
kick a man when he's down." "I agree
with you," said the writer; "but I deny
that the person you defend has shown
himself worthy of any fairer chance
than he has had. No one objects to
his becoming secretary for Mr. Gibson
and working zealously in his interests
so long as he is required to do noth
ing absolutely dishonest. Hut every
ouc has a right to object to his con
duct of a paper he has declared to be
independent, and which he runs shame
lessly in the interests of the most pro
nounced enemy of the integrity and
fair fame of both King and common
wealth. If this Janus-faced merry
Andrew is not fair game for sa(ire then
no man living is."
AH parties d citrous of securing thcsmicM of Portu
guese Contrtct laborers under the aupices of Hie
Hoard of Immigration, are invited to inform the Presi
dent of the Hoard, in u nting, at as early a da) a con
enient, of the number and class of laborers they re
quire CIIAS. T, CULICK,
ItnUter of the Interior,
And iVestJent Itoard of Immigration,
Interior Office, November 32, i83j
Office of Superintendent ot Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 188a,
All (tenons having Water Privileges are notified that
their Water Katfs are payable semi-annuall) , in ad
vance, at the office, of the Superintendent of Water
Works, foot of Nuuanuu street, upon the 1st day of
January and July of each year. C H. WILSON,
nt if Surintendent Water Works.
A Successful Houet A Success! ull louse I A stttk
Ing Instance of success in a Retail Dry Goods' way is
afforded Jiy the Leading Milincry House of Charles J
Fishel, comer Foit and Hotel streets, lite Proprietor
Mr. i-ishcl lias acquiredthe art of holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but to hold them, asd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the cxercUc of tact and hberalii).
Goods must be marked down and sold for w liat they
are; never misrepresent an article. Thatltlho policy
of Charles L Fishel, and that policy las made the firm
one of the greatest In its line, on tne leading tltorough
fare of Honolulu. The Leading Millinery Store of
Charles J. Htchel, Is to Honolulu what Mac Is to
New York, Charles J. tnhcl males a sptcialty of Mil
linery. IJT The store Is one of thesisnts of the cltv.
SHAW In lioitolulu, l)ecember iih. of heart disease.
td ward bhaw, third son of the late John bhaw t aged
8 ears and 10 months.
WOODS At hit residence. PuuhueKohala Ranch,
Hawaii, on Sunday the oth Instant, Junes Wovdi,
aged 38 ) ears. .
Antlcfantpi'iurilUi fur SOrihNI.S'O TUT.
SKIN tu.1 l!c.mif)ing thcuui(j4vliu
lloM.un, Smith, X Co.,
AT KAI'IOLANt PAK,
irt cmu urtHmo
On TurmJuy, ltr. J( (VkrUlmut Hiy),
I I AkV,
la kMill.iiMic la (.! & cudully Uiix.1 1
ami hn Ik. .vt-f uim id Im u tMKcta mill U
DoJ4t Owutat tvuiltt 1 Int. Ir.Iu't tMir
ocsy kuuf ftr 10 1 (kKk a m.
O T I C II
4W it bmlrtr iiHti ihti iIm UkltnttMl k.
IMMil In). I'VllfNI kHIIII'urit'NI KVI III IK
HIM ,MIKNI to II mm. Ifl.notilMt iH.tr
tarfW will h. nlw1 hJm ill. Ahn
IWMtf ftf VVlMHAN Jk A.tfi n
I I', WIII'.MAN,
W r ATli.l
" mrrti n Tn, mrinm r mil'
WISHMAN & VtHltl.KY.
in nit iirnntfn
(IIINI'HAI. IIURINIISII AOTNIK
In lint IIHmi K(iImii
.n.lM-wr.rinjWtpll i.ltMOrtlnMtlrnitolli. I.iirf.
5"t tftniHinml)r .ml llwnlli(fH.IlylUl llf Ihih
hit! iii mm .( ill. Mgiwii (tMin.1 limn In tl
NKW "CAMI'lllll.l," riKIM'HOOl
OX MKWHAHT ltT, IIOOOUK',
wlii-ri llwjf will tn lull llittrlnHtiin.lixc.rifr, .ml
lr ml Imiv 10 fe.tlitlr iwiroiw .ml rilfU, ltlfMr
Wurpl ll.il all Vutlmm Iriiiutllnn. will WimaluileJ
tiyllitni In M'ry iMilltulir lnlii l i.ftMr nWlily,
nml uti id iimjm uhU ltalt.
wtift, rAtul, k co ,
MANIIMI tl IT. Jll , AND (IIICM!, HUH INCJIOH, k
IJUINIV "All. KMIJ,
IIIIAI UTAtK ANII rUlI.DVMIKr,
MUTUAI llr IfKHKANlk COHrANV lir H KK(
CITY Or UlNIHJN MHK INflfMANCR CUMTANV.
Itimi Itrnbrra, Jlmirff llrultrrt,
1'HMtom Ihmnr llrnl.rr.
iV bxcUI nllrnltott tn llie fulbwlnirdrtiirtnirnlt
will b. our aim. 4wl wc Invite ) Mir cartfuritf-riKtl.
Wcllt, Pargo, & Co., Central ForwArdlnr and
We deliver teller, IKickaKet . lurccll, and m mey nil
over th world , tend ordert dlrecl 1 1 our riill lilce
we tu li filed and returned, hhip tlinuclioiit tlie
United hutet and foreign count net mertliatijitc, curio,
etc, from the KlnJoni. lir Alwnyi adrii. )our
friend abroad to tend iKircel. juurkaset. Itniiortaiit
letter, and money tu you through VVIXUS, I AKOO,
U LO, whow aircnciet are etablulied in all large ciliei
on llie Klobc lion I consider the ctene when tend.
Ing ihrougli u. n VVK VVII.I, (JUAKAN I l.li
bA I IbKAL'l IOM in every luilicular, and hold OOK.
Srl.VIJjKr.M'ONSIIII.r.inall our undertaking,.
AKenlt for the ilannlBal & St. Jo. and Chicago,
Burlington, U Qulncy Rail Roadl.
The&e HoarU ate the nunt cornforfable and inviting
road going east. 'I uuriM will And Ihe hcenery, the
l'atace L,art. the Station Kettnurantt al.iiy ,!.. r..l.
inott inviting ami uerior and letter will be Riven 10
.. n.tuKi, hum luuriHi Koing euner at lint or
second claw rja'tengcrs to lire i'rinctpal Agent in San
r ranclco, who will take ipeciat iaint in nuking- ou
actiuainted with railway oiTiciaU through letter. o that
)nur trip will beinont cnjojaUc to the end.
Real Estate Ageuti.
We buy and tell Ileal Estate
In all part of the Kingdom. Search records J and at.
tend completely to every branch in telling real and
leateholj rrroperty. Our office will contain nuirt of
all Jiiopertle left in our charge. Wo liule a ipecialily
in collecting rent, keeping jirelniset in rerur, l.av.ing
and dlsclurging tate, water rate, and elfectinf In.
fiurances. Ownert of proper!) thould liear in mind
that we will relieve them Ironi t,ivin their attention
to property, cuaranteelnt; at all timet to art with car.
for a nomuul contidcration for kcrvicet in this depart
mem Kooins, cottages, and mansions to let at all timet
on appticalion to us.
We sunplyall kinds of Help,
lloth male and female in all the various branches of
industry on, these Island. Aaent, l'lanler, and
Merchant gcncrall should notily uwhen vacancies
cxim, at we win mrnisn no rieip such as clctks, sales,
men, book keecrs, mechanics, or laborers, unless well
recommended lo u. Chinese servants Iftld fetualc er
vanlt will be supplied tu families at short notice, for
winch a nominal commission is exacted.
Life and Fire Insurance Afrents.
We feel it a duty to call every man's attention (par
ticularly a man of family) lo keep hit life insured for the
benefit of lilt familj , who so often arc dependent upon
his labor for their support Voung men and mechanics
would find it Ihe most pleasant duly of their lives to
take out a Jiohcy on the ' lontine" principle, when in
a few jears they will have sudicient funds to engage in
business with a neat capital to back them. Wc invite
you to call on us when w e will take pleasure in illustrat
ing to oii how-bcnchclal it is for sour welfare to be in
sured. I.very man who owns properly should remember that
"rue, that grim inesetigcr, olten 'nukes the rich or
well to-do, (woe and -ovcrt).Mrickcn. l.ct this Le a
warning to jou ; and call on us at once and protect
yoursclve against loss.
Money, to laoan, from MOO to 10,000
on Urst-cltiM uourltjr.
Custom House Brokers.
We have nude special arrangement whereby we can
enter goods at the custom house through uwcr of at
torne), aud wc call upon all merchants and ttorckccj,ert
to make us their agents at once. Our charges ror this
ork are very reasonable, and we will enter goods,
pay and discharge freight and duty bills, and slebver
our goods direct lo your placet ol business in prompt
order. Merchants and storckeccrs will find this of
great advantage to them in every way.
General Business Agents.
Our long acquaintance with ihe business community
is well known, and w c mvanally keep invsolal. all busi
ness matters of, a private tvaruie. ilusincts men who
will intrust their commercial matters lo ut may alwast
feel salt In so doing? VV .study lb. Interests of our
clients at all limes, ami adsUeun all business topics
carefully, based on our best Judgment.
Inth. General Ilusincts Department ws allrnd to
everything in the commercial line, such as the follow
Ing, tu.. Hook and Accounts kept and adjusted trcu
ratel), neatly, and satisfactorily ; Hills collected
promptly, and proceedings laken against debtors when
compulsion is rtured for a speedy settlement Legal
parrt of creiy descriion, such at deeds, bonds, mort
gages, bills of sale, leases, wills, partnership uicrs,
etc., drawn. Also, Adicrtucmei.is, Notices, Article.
Communication and Correspondence written Alw,
.VlemorulidralledaiidengrosMd, Drafts, Notes, lull
of Ktchange, Letters of Credit, aud Hauling Matteli
generally attended to.
ALL OKDURS FROM THE VARIOUS
To us will receive promptness. VVe can tautha. al
tl. lowest maikel ratct and much inor. rcatvtiably ihan
ou can, and w lnsi tterjlhlng before wc buy, ami
tntreforc it Istovussr interest to l tend jour orders lo
us, at wc then become respondte, and Ih. small cow
mission )u uy ut U leu Hun what sour iwrclusci
tusouul lo, bullig as )vu have been doing direct,
T All cieresu.lcnc. 1st us we lake pleasure tn
ans.cnu4 wiltiout delay.
W. tnvlie .very on. to Inspect our new and
spacious offices, and as we bave all our apart
wenlt wceking under a ts-slenullc rult, Willi
Hue assUants, cemral Uslkui and svlal
advaiuagn fur caodutllng out U.tlWt, we fc.l
Ihal he comumnily al large wdl wtlcom. ssm.Ii
a Unefwial Lustilulloti as last r4ablined,
wlrfre llw wautt of all su U supplied by
Vul StOtr OtUUMT SttVA.lt,
HtSKMitX X AHHf.Hr,
tV.Herul Mtulnrtt Afttl;
CAkll'UEI.LS NLW ULOCK.
MKRCIIANTST.. ,., HONOLULU.
I'-a lk), ji. iitariuMia, l.
l'.S.-Our CHiw.ua ami New Vcsu't lkAt ai.
ready 1 uU tw appbtMtkvn or by knee wewjlprsw.t4
MR. VVIhLMAW and MR. ASHU.V diJrt la
THANK the I'UMLIC ferJly ff Ibelr IrUtal
HUfsMsaa. bssslwt4 upon isSct. . bd. teuiicly tuts
iis.stuet bussMs. lu Hooossvlu at Gtfttral lliiilnest
AeMstt ssisJ tbey Irua a iiUtvd Uun U iatoistg IW
last w rWttuisk. tuitve.
I rWrehtr elvtti I. til rrtn Ikat at a rsstrt hM
In MrsrtsttStw rmlb. Irth 4f tA et.tf, iMj, ,fh4
arherttlMtft 11 IS. tl.li of Ih. I'iroiriA rfHrtf ASJfr
ItT.X KAKl (riwrv, l wtt tftsl I. turrit a
UlAKH'.lt OV INI OH If IK A1I()1 eraMwl In
Inetn ar.1 lh.fr attUl. rH.1 tmrttmmt Hmlef IK. esse
Kie rttm. trwl styl. m im rsHilr Rhsp and
V Kareti I lwaissiiv'' es lh ruhilay t4 Nrtteml.r.
1P9. afM IbsH t.Vt oi.tim under .ll 'btrter
imn artHinrwtl hwlf and ll'-l IU fittntlnj;
rrr..t w in. i 'imessny
I'lterMenl Frisrvli tr
Wl'i'4dt .... Ilstw.e W Mfili
Oeatsirrr ,,.., Htrtry l Vlsvfarttfst
rVtjritirytr.1 Arrlrtrrr .JrrM KrslssVrrst
rYMb. Is faille Im llisl. iMisutKI I. lb. Irflrtt
t Mtltrrartt, "m slrrrlMrr s4,.ll (n.i.t).i.l(v U
n.fj. fM lb. rUttt f.1 III. SMiswaiUn brvtrfl-t llrf
arri'iiml wlrttli rrstyl.Ju. nm 11 tlMrc of slstrr.
rrei.i rrr tt.i ny rimwir,
CTHHBT Llimtll MOXItll,
llt Irwi ..nml lrl ilklrnVitxl llirrmgh lire
eiirRiirr.ipir.wirre; pssste. I
On lelrllsoh. uti., Mar the Kf.(lrrt .M,'.ra
ii M l emrarn. tn KrfotmtM stlrwl,
Al lli;Jtf curnvr tit LUilra arnl K.WJ strrtts
tsmtli ,, Nuturitian.1 fn.1'1 ttrrels
Snoth Nuusml rl ffcib-sol Mrll
noulh Nwwaini ari.1 llervtarsi. strs.it
Wwl Melsvil ami I nun. ttrrett
On lletelaiikl. oi'twrtile l.mrna slrret
Al Ihe Nirrtlimrnerrf llerHanl and I'urKlilr.. I street
Hotjlh King n, I'urKl.briwI strsrlt
I act I litrnat ruare arid II tetania
At Ok KtMilli corner of I'urstlsmj ami lleretanla street
Ihes.Uiart wilt 11 tltiled Iwic .vii ,lav feeetrf
Snndavf) al tttUx, A u , and t o'ebck. f u., liy
i mi oiiioe rneseng er. ani in. iriivr earriesi mint I osi
offue. All Inter Isltn.1 and r'orefgn ltlerl liut ar.
prepaid 1y sltrri4 will m Mwariled In lilt mail at
rririply a if they had Uen left al ihe rottonV..
T l.rnottrjnrriii'rAiuwiii HiTernwAiir.o
It I ltielrlnllrMil tMVM.Lta immm ! l.i. .1...!..
lire rorrdiig ear, and plat, ihern al all convenient point!
win.iri swoor Hire, nrusrt f. ti -ot Mirt.
lienrr.l 1'mlofr.ce, llorwluhl, Dec. 14, itlj.
Onnilles), lloldnra, nnd Ornitrnnnt.
1 Haiitil limit' llrilil-ttinrlrri "
gENSON, SMITH, ft CO
113, rOIU'.S-IUI'.Kr, HONOLULU.
nonuicitr ft K 11 uru: ices' ctUHATro
A select slock
1ST Celluloid ISruth and Comb Sets. "51
CUT GLASS AND ITTCHfcl) HOTTLKS.
Vriu iijiproirlnlf fur llnllilny frrtrnt.
The Firm of KKNNEDV a, CO , rljiag business at
im.nij or srnerai siroceiiet ami rrosisions at
67 and 68, Hotel Street, Itcomtssted ol T. V. Kennedy,
or Honolulu, and K. M. Iwis, of San Francisco, CaL
! kKN.N'.MW k CO.
TWO S-IOKP. ROOMS, 40a tofeel
in the new Uitk buildiinc adjrinmg Lucas' Planing
MaS AND NEW YEAR'S
In addition to an already very Urge variety of
rang. Jleiuslieimen and Stevens' SI.ASON CARDS
Ihe undersigned is just In receipt of a fine assortment
direct from London of
RAt-HALT. TUCK 4 SONS' CARDS
in tingle, double, and treble fold. Fringed Satin Caids,
I'lusli Cards, hubing. La.se U, and Screens.
Afewtetsof Miss Ooiom CusisiiNct
"FIRE FOUNTAINS "
A late work 011 the Hawaiian Island
Santav Clana' Hoadqaavrtera.
ojien every w aek day evening for the season.
TIIOS. U. THRUM,
7'Jt t ,
Would Inform the Fublsc that be ha Just rctunsed
from San I rancisco r Alameda with a Choice Ua of
(selected txprevjy for this mukcl) whschwill be opened
TIliH I). I V, Umlunlay, lttrmhrr t,
No. no, KmaSitttT ....Wav's Uuxw
tiT Hood delivered free ofcluuge.
ouk rtoti liikiitHca islanus rAlrrlrtlli
I hope bystiict attention to ihe wants of tin com
munity, and fair dralurgt lo merit a share of Ik. jisiblH;
New Gou.li will be added lo my stock from lime to ttroe,
at lh. wants of my cssstoiiiert may rsn)uue.
fSTTttiariioka No, 110.
IT-!" O. HUSTACE.
DILLINGHAM h CO.
lleg to anuounce Ihal by tale arrivals tkey ka.
recelied large vUlniuos to Iteli sivsk U Goods
among whssh ar. usaay artklet svdai.ed 10 Ikt
They would call Siecta( allenlUl lo lb. large HIKly
UNK SIVUR CLATliD WARE
In Ikt latta ssnlgTM. of wlt'ssk Iwo cuaslgsMtentt have
jssss or.il rtseivtsi.
Inubsg the HcJLU) t ikes, good .ill U told at
Tkty also rait a tVae assort swesvi
Retilertlatiao and If Ckests
Laiwpe and Cktrsjefart,
And maay NoiUlrt.
QCHAHIC STnAMBIIII' COM PAH V
1. New mi t lt Hitrmhli
MJHtrOS.t mill AI.AMV.DA
Will l.te ll'rrvrf.lsi tffcl Iran listxlsro fV,t
fsan Fsnrlsrr., n.ttd.r Ml
HiwmI.I., fViiUr ijrk H,m
htn I itntlcsw, (hi"J
llmfrl, Nortmbeflsl Nu"l
l's.gff rri.y have lkir naraet IVriAsd In ..Irrov.
'f enJrtr al Us. tut., of tU .rrl
aleril.ars.lls. Irtis... fee tlilpmaM ky IMt Km, will
k irolt.d f,M (T stMife In IK. t"l"nnf's hw wlrt
lris, anil "..JI IsmM f. tts frtwlarst. SWI
fnerih.n'ns., whilst In II werihovse, will I. at o.ntf
IM WILLIAM 0 IKWINAUti, ArtMi.
I'lirllr Mull ,S, H. Vo.
For San Frtntltrot
City of IV.rM
CJiyi Ntw VmI...
AalarttnN . .,.,.(,
..Ort ot tll Nrrveatlr 10
Qn w alMi November 1
On nf arVjuf NiMtmbee ff
On or at.rol Ieeavlr tj
. On or about Jtimtif n
for Autaland and 3jtinf t
MtntH.,, ...... OnwiAriHl Otitin it
Uiy f ayds.y. . . . . . -On or ati DewraUr i
AustrtlU Onueal-y.il D"M,r f 1
larrU , ...,..., o. or al'Ajt lamwry ft
HTEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LINK OF KTF.AMi:KK,
Th f I'liititrr
llAlff .. ., ... ...,...,., Dxrr.usJ.f
Wilt ran regularly foe KONA an.1 K Ml,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 I'. M.I
Tuesday,. .. .October g Tuewlay.. , November
.f1" 1 " frlda y,
luesday, ..... p, fuesday. ...December 11
rilday . . NostmUr 7 FrMay , tl
Arrivet at HonoJelii at 5 p. 01,
Tueolay.. . Octolxr it I Tuetday. ... November s-l
Irlday .... tolFrtlay December
IiieMlay Novemlf 6 1 1 ue-oLey . . ,, tl
riday. . iSFrtlay.. . . H ,1
Came-on coinrnarvter, leaves llonoluiu every Tues
day al 5 p.m. for Nawiiimli, Kotot, Fdeeb-, and Wti
mea, KauaL Reluming leave. Nawili.di every
Th; Jitmi-H Wither,
Ytrnnxn commaniter, leave. Ilomlaltf nvrf Tburs
day, at J p.m. for kapaa and Kitusea. Ketern
ing leave Kauai every Tuesday at 4 (cm., and lottck
Ing at Waianae lnah wavs.
The V. 11. JUhIioji,
Davi comrnandee. leaves Honolnla every Tuevjay
atffM fr,r Kukutkalef llorsokaa,ard Faauhau. Re
turning arrive at Honolulu every S.rday momi.g.
ARK AMY TURNER.
I'artiet tnten.Jing tatrtlrr good skipped by tint
vessel will please note thai lite Mad leaving kcrc on the
r uh Ins4.ni oCert llie tau opjjurtunuy to cooftext with
I OR SAN FRANCISCO.
V. HUKH Kit S. COMI'AXi; Airnl:
Merchandise received Storage Free, aod liberal cask
advance made on thiprocolt by tUt line.
-piME TABLE FOR THE STEAMER
Tlii! steamer will leave Honotolu eatk TUF-SDAY
at 4 r. M , tuudilruT at Lahaina, Maalaea Ilay, iMakena
Mahukona. Kawaihae, Iduualsoehoe and lliii
Returning w ill touch al all Ike above ports, arriving
al Honolulu each SUNDAY swonnng.-.
ot WILDER & Co.
pOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favorite American ISark.
1). V. MUItUAY,
Quick Diajutteh for tka AVm Part
I or freigkt or jassage, apJy to
'7' F. A. SCHAEr ER k Co., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Splendid Steamship
WEDHLR TT. ComosaaJer
will leave Honolulu for San Francisco
On or Afcomt SaauUr. Donomlwr 3rtL
pOft SYDNEY VU AUCKLAND.
The Splendid Steamship
-1 IT ST It A HA,
On or atkont
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San rrancisco and return fo $1.5. be rwusd Inn.
Couds foe skipuicni r steamer caa now U noted.
Ire. ol charge, in the Crtspruof wart house near tka
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Yor freight oe sassage, aiejy 10
'7' 'I- HACK! ELD A Co., Agents.
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MESSRS. R. MORS rft CO.
.q Sxttar... Ho.04.eur,
Would Ug la ootifytk. I-.Uk; thai tVey
have jast received a skipmeiit of ike taaaotts
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