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l-lonolulu, Hawaiian Islands: Saturday, February 2, 1SS4.
to I 1 UiyJn I
11 .nit, it mM to b In taut health than
h t rnjojM Cot minf . ,
I w Chlltsw Ckaiwb of fttpwln ha ap-I-
. 1 ihujtrofpMeew1th ftnt,
T. GarfttM ilcniflrtat Church w rJedfc
(c 1 m WaalttnfttiM on ih Mth ultimo.
Msmage between Jest ami CbriMian
li i ' ! fegUlateil again in nangtrrng.
I hr Misttfaart h heir; frnishtrl ai the Mare
r . 1 ! Nsvjr Ytd ami will b ready lor tea by
J. y IM.
T.sa relletin; a pfopotftfon to make
tb - unlawM cutting of feritf an hMtntlv for
j iv i'n hie homicide.
1 he weamcr Chy of Colombo went aahore
tc "y near New MetHora, Ninety
tiiath ate repotted.
Tilt Khedive of Rmt anil the Saltan of
1 mVry are aaid to be on ftoorl Utrns again
for 'hv fin time In two year.
TV late U. H. Crockett of California, late
' . vrpteme bench, vvm one if the beat
!cl- id jurist and cithern of the tate.
I 1 the Teia State .Senate recently a bill
va ..imcI that all the public domain, except
turn steads in actual tattlers, be donated tn
put die school.
The American senate's rejection of the re
ciprocity treaty with Mexico va calnett by
the ot of Smilhern Democrats mott of
whiun are, in theory, free trailer.
The Government of the 1'tinew Obeil.iml,
Kvsitrcrlaiisl, ha refuted, to prohibit Mormon
rmssiooatles preaching, n by so iloing they
are not without the pale of the law,
Ut-neia! Gordon hut f-one to the Sondan,
on ln-lutf ofKriglanil, to try and bring about
a cessation ot iioniiiite, based upon an
Kiig'ish fjihuantee to break np the stave trade,
The largest iron hip ever built in thq
I rife J Mate vva launched nt I'hllailelphii
Saturday by the American Shipbuilding Com
pany (lommimlcr Uorrlngei). bhe
chriitened Clarence S. Ilement.
0ing to a fire In the central office of the
New Kngtarul Telephone Company Saturday
turning, Button wai entirely without tele-
promt service for about a week, last month.
Alt connection with 3,000 instruments in the
city were destroyed.
If the lands quants of thi defunct Texas
Pacific Railway, which the Southern Pacific is
now trying to get, shall finally be declared
I jileiteil, over nineteen millions of acre will
lie restored to the government anJ opened to
entry by actual settlers-
The aggregate value of all the orchard pro
ducts in the United States in the last census
jenr was $50,876,151. New York stands first
in the value of its orchard product, but the
extension of orchard acreage in the South and
West threatens hei present supremacy.
Karl Shaftesbury, in accepting the presidency
of the International Arbitration Peace Society,
ays : " Despite myadvancinc; years I cannot
Ir.ciT ihe responsibility of refusing to accept
the presidency of an association the object of
which is so nobly and so truly Christian."
General Sherman is to be a Republican
presidential tandidate if his friends can pel
matic him to try or the nomination. He is
on record as disclaiming any desire for the
honor, however, and it i not yet generally
believed that he will consent to make the
It is expected in the United States that
Kits John Porter who.itwill be remembered,
was dismissed from the United Slates Army
after the second battle at Hull Run will be
restored to the army with the rank of major
general. Many Republicans arc, in favor of
Professor John Le Conte of the State Uni
virsity, and one of its former presidents, has
rccei-. cd an oner of the presidency of the Texas
Slate University, which he will probably ac
cept. The Texas University is a prosperous
and well endowed institution, having a large
numlKr of students.
illard was rapidly recovering when last
heard from. It is understood .that he has al
ready begun the preparation of the account of
his connection with the companies. 1 1 is friends
say that it will prove a perfect vindication of
his financial course, and show that in the last
live years he has taised $150,000,000.
The North Gernnn Gazette announces that
treaties .between Germany and Corca were
concluded November :6, ibSj. They contain
mrre favorable conditions than the treaty of
1KS2, and secure to Germany the same rights
nnd iimilcget rcganling commerce and nasi
gali' n as enjoyed by China and Japan.
The rrctual injunction against hydraulic
imnip in California gives much satisfaction to
the valley counties of the state. It is.believed
n..w that an appeal will not be carded tn the
Supreme Couit of the United States, as the
rtcit decision of Judge Sawyer and Hotly
TnH the CircnX Court ate believed to be final
The nickel question is creating quite an ex
cited fevling among the poorer classes in
Mexico, a the Government force this circu
lation on the people, and at the same time
oblige the recipient of payment to tale only
t..tntt cents' worth of nickels. As some
$15,000 in circulation, principally among tha
pMor iwupte, it miy lead to a resolution.
Senator IMmnndi was present at (he meet
ing of Uie wruie committee on poto.fis
a.id postroads, ami gsse In is uuin the
khiu involved in the consideration of his
tvul telvcratih bill. He culettainnl no
doubt in itginl in the constitutional light of
the guuiiiment to build telegraph lines, but
strongly npposail the purchase of exi.ting lines.
A l'Jiis iliivatch of the 1 7 ill ultimo, said the
Irtish Charge d'Afbirs at Peliin has induced
the Chinese Cabinet to declare that China will
be sJt)fad if the Krnh tefrain from invading
Ijng Son awl Cao llinh. Tlie Chinese fores
at llacnlh have been ordered to withdraw
twenty-five leagues northward, The media
tion of America, after th capture f llacnih,
s cjns.dered certain.
A Washington newspaper shows llut there
ale already lull before congiess asking for the
ditbursenn'm of $500,000,001. Kilucation calls
for 5io5.oOl,& new pension schemes 6ir
$ljyan,ocu( $100,000,000 are w-anteil to
cjuiliie the war bounties $jo,ooo,oco for
sute climis, $J5,o3,ooo fur the IkIm of half
jyrcc.ljtiunaryfhccrsand $l,coo,ocD for
pillage pkii.i;"icrs and other pvblic buildings.
Tb? Tiwes Democrat of New- Oilcans ie.
, cenlly orgtnued an e sped it Ion through the
s '" fc'vcrgkules " Florida, The atlroipt to
thofonghly mTrstigate the region had previ
ously failed. The conctasiofi is that " there is
no high ot reclaimabl land in the swamp
region, but that for three hnndred miles there
is a complete smite of rank foliage and fester
ing onrletgrowth in the midst of muddy, dark
watets, and that the whole region it tnelew
fot any of the purpose of man."
The Southern Pacific Railroad Company
have taken the Initial step for a direct line of
reamers from Trieste to New Orleans, via
Havana, ami propose making preparation fot
large Imports of cotton, owing to the unsettled
condition of afSsits in Hgt-pt- The Austrian
Minister of Commerce has approved the
scheme (or a regain monthly line of steamers
between Trieste and New York. The steam
ers will begin running on ihe 1st of February.
Railway and shipping rates on good from
ttrata-Peslli and Vienna 10 New York, via
Trieste, will be exceptlorall) cheap.
The Scientific American say that a railroad
around the work!, or something nearly of that
nature, is evidently in Ihe mind of one of its
correspondents, who suggests the employment
of our surplus revenue in building the line from
Oregon to Alaska, and that then the Russian
government would be likely to extend the line
through Siberia to Pekln. Thi having been
done, it require not much further stretch of
the imagination to tee, with the mind's eye,
the long rail stretching out nrwler the shadow
of the Himalayas until they make connection
with the proposed line in the Jordan Val'ey,
and thence with the European sjstem.
A stringent anti-Chinch hill has been intro
ducd in the Legislature of lliitUh Columbia.
After the passage of the bill all Chinese over
14 jears of age shall pay a sum annually to
the government as a license, said sum to be
fixed by the house. Due provisions are made
for the collection of the fine. ISmplrncrs arc
required to make correct returns of the Chi
nese in their employ under pain of a fine of
jfioJ for each omission. The use of opium,
Except for surgical or medicinal purposes, is
strictly prohibited. It is declared unlawful
fjr a Chinaman to enter the province of Ilritisli
Colunibii, and the present residents are to be
photographed to prevent false impersonations.
It is lielieved that the bill will pass.
Representative Mills, of Texas, has raised
an important question by offering a resolution
calling on the house judiciay committee for
an opinion whether the senate and president
have a coastitutional right to negotiate treaties
with foreign countries by which the duties on
certain articles imparted can be stricken off
the tariff lists. It is understotJlnhat this ques
tion has already been informally discussed by
member of the judiciary committee, and that,
pursuing it further, they may bring in an im
portant report. "The Constitution of the
United State lodges exclusive power to origi
nate fiscal legislation in the house of represen
tative, whereas the president makes treaties
and ihe senate 'ratifus them, practically
annulling the taritT laws, a in the Hawaiian
and other reciprocity treaties. Thu senate is
at present considering the Mexico reciprocity
treaty, which also annual? the tariff legislation
of the lower hoacby placing several impor
tant article on the free .list. Many of the
tariff reformer do not particularly object to a
reciprocity treaty with Mexico, by which a
partial free traile is sustained, but they contend
that the nlwlishment of duties ought to be
brought about in a constitutional manner.
Mills' resolution was adopted and referred.
It has given rise to some speculation a to
what effect their action will have on the
Mexican treaty now pendijig," sajs an Ameri
A little volume with the above expressive
title has recently been pnblished, in the interest
of goosl dcportmeut;but the book don't exhaust
the subject by a good deal, and the following
"don't j," relative to street manner, jotteddown
as they come to mind, will prove interesting to
Don't keep to the right when walking on
the sidewalk. Should you do k, ten chance
to one you will attract no notio: from those
)ou meet. Keep to tnc left if you would
make a sensation.
Don't hide your umbrella under Jour coat a
though you were afraid pcoplr would think
you bad stolen it. Make a Greek cros of your
self by carrying it under jour arm al right
angles with your Txuly. Resides, this is the
safest way to carry an umbrella. If any ejes
arc puncneti oui wim it )ou may te certain
they won't be yours.
Don't carry your cane a through it was a
third leg. Let it drag after you in a manner
which shall tup up any body who comes to
near. How can )ou know that the man behind
you is not a pickpocket, with designs on your
wallet and watch?
Don't sit in the horse-car with your back
square against the side of the car, Dispose
jourscii at on oouque angle, occupying the
space 01 two or three scats. YMiat is the ue
of being a pig unless jou let folks know it?
Don t forget to puff vigorously at your cigar
at )ou pass along the crowiled sidewalk. It
is only a mean nun who would wish to keep
all the smoke to himself. Gallantry to the
fair sex should make jou csecially generous in
your fumid benefcction when women are near
Don't apologire if you chance to step upon
a gentleman's foot. It might make bin) feel
awKwuni. nut turn the matter oti jocularly
by remlndine. him that you must Hen some-
w hc.-e, or advising him to keep hit feet in his
pocket. He cannot but admire your nresence
of mind and your ready wit.
Don't (ale any special pains to point out the
way to the stranger who asks to be t'iiected.
lusi at like a not he won't remember aright.
I'cil him to follow hit nose and he will find it,
or psidi by without seeming to notice him.
Don't walk at one monotonous pace all the
time. If yon arc in company walk slowly, two
or three afnea.t. ThU will prove a trial of
patience to people behind soubut patience
if a virtue ami shoukl be exerciux). When
you are alone goat railroad speed, elbowing
your way vigorously through the crowd.
Kverybody admires activity aflit energy.
Don't when two or three of get togather for
a little chat, consider that you are blocking the
sidewalk. The sidewalk was nude for man,
not man for the sidewalk, bnd it is jouj pro
vince 10 enjoy it to the full.
Don't kirgtt In store at the women folks.
Yosir e)c were given ou to state with, and if
ihe wxniien don't like it let them remain in
doors. Don t pass by a lady without turning atotind
to pur Into her bcc. If jou don't do this,
she might think you. were not a jackass, and It
would be cruel to create a filte Imprctilon in
her mind. '
Don't lalk in a low tone of voice at you walk
along, unless )ou have somuf.Ing really woiih
hearing. If your conversation it of your
achievement In curding beer or mashing the
cltl at, no dimbtt It is the more people who
hear you the gieiun the uumher of those who
will know you to be a superior being.
Don't miss the oppoir.iity i( exhibiting
sour fine clothes and rchncsl uunneis in front
of the llquoi saloons whtie )our prominence
win oc ttmute.
D-wi care for anybody but yourself. Re
:mbet that Providence helps those who'help
A lady in court, being asked her age, ic
plied that she dmn'l know j she couldn i fe
number the exact hour when she was bom,
and couM only deix-nd on heaitay. Hearsay
U no evidence, and the umtrr was ruled out.
run ittnttrutr u.ut.ixrxns.
.Iflf MnSrtr .Vnf,
In the Hawaiian Monthly for I ebruary Mr.
V. O. Smith is tepreonted by a carefully
preparer paper on Prisons ami Prison Discip
line, previously read before the Honolulu
Stocial Science Association. Mr. W'yman's
interesting serial, The Five Dollar Gold Piece
is continued. Unfortunate Frank new I the
title of a comic short story. Wanted A Party
is the title of an article which ought to set
people to thinking. The vtm i about at
good as that of the last number The editorials
The Atlantic contain Ihe thtee serial storle
A Roman Singer, In War Time, and Neivxt.
It serial of French travel, Iln Province, hv,
Henry Jame, contains a charming pen picture
of The Country of Aries. Incident to this are
glimpses of King Rene's Catlc of Anjmi and
a peep at Tarascon the town so skilfully
depicted in the Adventures of Tartartn de
Tarascon which American readers of Datulet
will remember was published by Uste &
lAUrlet of Ronton some few years since and
had a great vogue. Mr. Jame write 1 "Tar-
tarin I a hnnter .of lion and charmer of
women a minamired Don Quixote,
with much less dignity, but with equal good
faith, and the story of hi exploit Is a little
masterpiece of the light comical." Hut hit
liook vva so keen a satire on tiic city of Tar
ascon that "The Taraconnais declined to take
the joke, and opened the vials of their wrath
upon the mocking child of Nimcs, who would
have been liettcr euiptnjcd, they doubtless
thought, in showing up the infirmities of his
own family. I nm bound to add, however,
that when 1 passed through Tarascon they did
not appear to lie in the least out of hjmor.
Nothing could have been brighter, softer, more
suggestive of amiable indifference than the
picture it presented to my mind." Henry
Jame is at Ids best in this sort of work, and
invest every region about which he writes with
an atmosphere of realism in which, fortunately,
there is no hint of baldness. In the Conlrtb
uter' Club of this number is a graphically
told visit to Worth the great man milliner of
Paris, the boldest autocrat of the century.
The frontispiece of the ! ebruary Century it
the head of a man, by Rembrant, engraved by
T. Johnson, after a photograph of a painting
in the Museum of the Hermitage, St. Peters
burg. It I admirably engraved whether it
be faithful to the original or not. Titus
Munson Coan gossips delightfully of Gustavc
Courbet, artist and communist. He tells anew
the story of the pulling down of the Vendome
Column in 1871. Mr. Coan, moreover, does
more than gossip j he write some excellent
criticism. How graphic for instance thi bit :
He did not paint for the sake of painting ;
neither for beauty's sake, nor even for the sikc
of the unbeautifui like so mauy.of our young
realists, Englidi and American, who are sated
with beauty, and so devote themselves to our
lady of ugliness. Courbet cared for neither ;
he was a lmrn story-teller and satirist, and
he painted to tell storic and" to satirize. He
told stories of all kind with the brush. As
pure art, his works have little value outside
their color. Hut they have a sturdy material
verity. They are free from sclf-conciousness,
and they tell u much almut the French
country life of our time." Some good illustra
lion accompany the paper. The most valu
able article in the numlicr is on the new
lieutenant-general " Fighting Phil Sheridan,"
a his comrades in arm loved to call him. The
article is written by Adam lladeau, the bio
graphcr of Grant. Mrs. France Hodgson
Hurnctt has a striking poem, called, A Sha
dow. General George II. McClcllan contri
bute .1 paper on The Princes of the House
Mr. William Illack's Judith Shakespeare
i continued in the February Harpers'. Mr.
K. A. Abbey lias made a delightful illustration
of one of its scenes, which appears as the
frontispiece. The other illustrated articles
are, The Upper Thames, The Possibilities of a
Revived Industry, At Mcntonc, A Winter in
Canada, Jacob Ru)sdael, Our Country's
Cradle and Nature's Serial Story. Julian
Hawthorpc has a true short story in this
number, David Poindcxtcr's Disappearance.
It is 1'nglish, of the early part of the century,
and of singularly fascinating interest. The
National Government and Education is the
title of an article by Charles F. Ihwing, well
known as a careful writer on Klitical and
social economy, in its relations to government
in the United States.
Victor Hugo is about to publish ti new vol
ume of poem..
Harper's lhzar is soon to have a new serial
story by Charles Readc.
Henry George's " Piogrcs and Poverty " is
to be replied to by the Duke of Arg)le.
The public reading of Mr. Cable who
wrote "Old Creole Days" are ihe rage now in
Swinburne hit been asked to lecture In the
United States, but hat declined at lean for
Miss Elizabeth Stuart Phelps' new volume
" Iteyond the Gates," a continuation (in a
scntej of "The Gates Ajar," i attracting
" The Enlaile I Hat," a romance by George
Alfred Towntend Is one of the latest an
nouncernenlt. That " Gath " wrote it, as
sure itt Interest. Unfortunately it does not
assure its value.
"Forever and forever the bcslhugs of hit
household will crawl across the tug of Car'
lyle's history to defile and dtfamc," ii the way
ihe gentlemanly Gill Hamilton Indicate! her
dislit u of the crabbtsd and dyspeptic character
of C.iri)Ie' o,ilmmuus wuik.
Houghton Mifflin announce " Outlines of
the History of Religion," by C P. Tlile, of
the University of Iiden. To those who have
read the Rev. Jamet Freeman Clark's Ten
Great Religions the more recent ork of an
equally eminent scholar ought to possess great
Sunset Cox it going to write a Imok on the
period from 1S60 to tSSo, which wilt cover
about the same period covered by a work
shortly lo be finislctl by'James G lllainc.
The difference between the standpoints of the
two men, and their recognised ability, ought to
make the two books interesting leading, one
after the other.
The Riverside edition of Emerson, contains
eleven volumes, the two last never bcfoic
iwblUhcd, They are called " Lectures ami
lUogiaphkal Sketches " and " J!Ucc!lanlc.,
The volume previously called " Mivcellanics "
is now entitled " Nature, Addrctset and
.Iniiif Vtrtrn, ht Murk Tii-nln.
Philip Shirley writes to tire San Francisco
Wasp as follows 1 " The verse I end with
this were written by Matk Twain during a
voyage In the steamer Sacramento, New
York Imtmd, from S.m Francisco, in 1S68.
Tliey have never been published, and I hap
pen to be In poearon of the original manu
script, which In reading over the other day
struck me a lielng type-worthy liearlng in
mind cl course that the verse were scribbled
In a hurry and for a Iftrk. The first the merry
Mark wrote to commemorate tome spree of
the voyage. Some names familiar to San
Franciscans of the humorist's fellow voyagers
ocrur in the lines. The, verse are to lie wng
to the air of Anld Ijtng Syne.
tint mvitotriAi. STORM.
At ihm tIU of ilw mkJdlt vaich
YVton sll pur mqW dM slts-p,
A lift ling aunt looivrf 4
'I1i.tr revtU wild ilM ltii.
'Ihty Mite snd istkal snd tiorlca toM
And lied and Uaghed and ranrsst,
Ami woke la Mtlu Irtt netjMwn ll
'I1t rMful Uy nfttl tnortd.
Thy mmtrw drank and brandy tirslisht,
And nx-Matl rorty.krT,
Ami t ihtlr lungs Msmi in Hoods .
Of tanglefoot wM'fcee.
Non-, MMdhton ringlndtr was
Of litis iliirctruf nb,
Ami IlltydcnbtirE ntKlltd hi
Vile jtt. disturbing Job.
Th " Kivjnh " nnd young Dtcttenwn,
1 h Kajah nnd young I.
And Cartstit (Juecn also,
Did help In Ihts Mtltoty wo
(And others I don't knawX
llut Caplaii Cos and I)r Shorb,
And virtuous Mnrcus 'twain,
And !.a!e and field did lemvmtrate
And legged them to refrain.
Ilr never djd a bit of good
'the viltians said "'im.,. warm."
Thty made no noise, tliev said, it uns
"Ar made no noise, tliey 1
'Hie equinoctial storm.
1 lie equinoctial norm be blovved 1
No cloud was In the sky.
I.el these outlaws be court-manlaled
For this outrageous f.UehoId.
" Tiie Other had n briny variation in its
ttructure of the old-fashioned song, Say hast
thou no Feeling
Don't lei the sun scan m,
Don't lei the wind l.in me :
Oh, why don't vou fan me?
It's awfully warm.
llast thou no feeling
'I o we the sun peeling
My cheeks, rcveshnz
Where pulnt has been!
'Hie have I fanned nearly
'I'll death, but sou li.erely
Abuse me sincerely
And Still perspire.
Hast thou no reason
At such a season.
To look for a brecre on
A paltry fan T
Mark, lei us sever
Our love for ever 1
'thus well endeavour ,
A coolness 10 mate.
Uy Oeorge, I'm ready I
Uy (teorRe, I'm willing)
Uy George, I'm anxious!
'1 hough it dun t rhyme.
.Vetrs;i;,rrs ,, SrlttHtl.
Sonic of the Itstcm newspapers continue to
discuss, pro and con., the subject of Admitting
newspapers into lite publia schools. The sug-V
gestion when first made was rather popular,
but it i now meeting with considerable oppo
sition. The Chicago New takes thi rather
sensible view of the subject :
The public taste of the day demand that
news of a certain charactci shall be collected
and published. The editor, if he desires to
win or to hold the patronage of the public,
must do the bidding of the public, to a reaon
able extent at least. In doing so he frequently
print matter which, if he consulted bis own
taste, hi own feelines or hi own imlcment.
he would consign to the waste paper basket.
There is a vast quantity of trash published in
the daily newspapers of the period, and a vast
quantity of stuff that is worse than trash. It
1 not the sort of food which the young mind
requires, nor Ihe sort of tonic to inviiiorate or
strengthen the oung brain. And this is not
because of the manner in which it treats of
current events, but because of the .subjects
whicli must be taken up, discussed, and some
times clalwrated, to suits the demands of the
Modern newspapers, especially the metro
politan ones, have necessarily many depart
ment. Their editorial and the selected
article might, a a rule, be admissible to the
schools, but their (.Kilice, telegraphic and other
departments, which reflect the every-day
events of the world, generally contain much
that it were better for children not to read.
It would be difficult to find a daily journal
that would, in all respect, be unobjectionable
lii the schoobrncm. There may be, and doubt
less arc, magannes and literary journals to
which no serious objection could lie made, but
they do not possess the better features or the
daily newspaper, and would lie little or no
improvement upon the ordinary text look.
This matter of newspaper reading by children
can better be left lo the judgment of parents.
Nearly every family in the country takct a
newspapn of some kind, and children can be
permitted to read them while under the super
vision of their parents, who should lc able to
discriminate as between that which is healthful
food for the youthful mind and that which i
objectionable. Sacnimaitj Itit,
llirOUTi'.R AND MANUFAClUiSEU OF
BOOTS unil SHOES,
.". Ill fori Mrrrl, ofcore Hotel Sl'rrrl
woeiu mroau the- icutic that uc
Keeps the Boat Stock nnd,
Boos tho Bost WorU
obi fount aiiv whets on IhcM Utands.
A LAROK AND VAKIKU MOCK
Constantly arriving from San IVanslico, Including the
CHOICKSr SELKCriON' Of
('-feijirit', iMiltrt rmif Clillilrott't
GENIMiMEN-S IIOQTS sod SHOES specialty,
Work In all Department! Guarauteed.
All orders wended 10 wish (.ruinftncx, and weak
eiecuud w'uli dupjic.V Orders from the onhvr UUod.
nJiaisd, Call and tsamloe. isi
QUIISCRI I'l IONS received at al lliaes foe fv.irn
r an.l 1...I ti,l.rl.il... I lli-iQ I llUIItl'L
Jmsf " S-tWBMIWUt M tllWOlVs, tllltV.W
kj F.W &TVI.KS tf CwUtaf, UituUeum AruJ
V, at W " "" Wt . all
.wtu.iy, t.04 jiui Mt, ip
TT IIACKFELD & Co.,
OFFEU FOR At.F.;
INVOICES or NEW GOODS,
r. ItetV C U. Dbkfa and Swaewhlp rAttnCU'
OsnalMlnc fa pan of a fellow 1
A Lnrjjo Assortment of Dry Oo'od,,
Dentmt, Drown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick.
Inci, Turkey Red, Merlnot-black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpaca.,
Cobottjsi, 'Italian Cloth and
Flu a Sllf:.-,
Dlack, Grot-grain, Fancy, Colored and Striped
Barege, Crepe, &c.,
Writ' Flint Ixh flit Oatutu,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc., Merino and Cotton Undershirts, White
Dosom Sldrts. Socks & Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large in
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Uuckskln Sacks,
Hants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Doy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I.
R. Coats & Lciigltigt, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk nnd I. C. Umbrellas
andraratots. Fancy and Travclllnrr
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White' and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
White and Ftncy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two shies.
Scarlet, Orange. White Woolen and 4 points,
Buttons for Sldrts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
PERFUME RY, ,
Genuine Eau de Cologne. Lubin's Ks
tracls. Toilet Soaps, I'hdocome, Hair
Oil, Combs, looking Glasses, Pipes. I.
K. Halls, Harmonicas, Blank Books,
Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Gold Watches,
Tape, Clastic, Scarfs, Albums
Extension, Arm, Dining room and Parlor Chain.
Settees Mirrors, etc.,
SttfMtrK, Cittftthtn, Ohlh, Mtrrttp Jrtithcrf
Hempf. I. U Packins, Coal Ruftcts.
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Cnptaintrs Platen, Cup. Teapot t, Dowls, Chambers
-Rice lWf, a-ul Italers IJcmrHihn 3 and 5
Canons, baDipto tattles. Voles and utastware, Manila
film sin situ ivfgJi;,, .iui iuk. vsuiiiiivsi, a nine.
liurlaps Wublpack and Twilled fcackinj. Linen Hose
SUGAR and RICE DAGS
of all iiics and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes.
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches
Cocoanut Oil, Wash-Blue. H. White Lead,
Stearine Candles, 4, 5, and 6, H. & P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Od, White Zinc Paint.
German ami J fa van a Cifiars,
Flat'd ware Spoons, Forlts, Cruets, Tea
eti, Cups Napkin Rings, baiters, etc.,
PtxVet and Butcher Knives, Scissors, Shee.. Shears,
Needles, Spoons Mies, Spurs Galvanized l!atns
Hoop Iron, Keg Rivet. Hammers Velio
Metal and CoinDOkition N.uts. Clarilien
Babbitt Metal, bugar Cooleis Iroc
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Orders from the other Islands carefully attended to,
Ji. llachftltl . Co.
H US T ACE,
Has just received per Maripota
bVOILKD CJIICkKK tUMKU CIltCKEN
' CsUforula Syrup
French Almond And Walnuts,
Lirna's btsat or miat
SluiTed Mangos s
(IvttitH (lutr t'taur.
1; qoitTnif- TINS '
DslUbut cattig from lltacoD.
C17SOK, ITC, KTb, 1C
A Oonera Assortment of Q.-aoorloi
all cf blch arc offered
LOWEST MftUKin KATES,
ami ullsfadlw guarsntsest
fliladsUvtrs toany part of tb siry.
fiUU uilltcuU. mjDiWjr,
Tslepbon. ?!o., lly.
T UUMELUTII &Ca.,
No. j NUUAfs'U St., HONOLULU, II. I,
STOVES aad KANQES,
Tin, Conrixl 5-het Iron, SUtl LsaJ and I.td
I'ipe.CalvauUssl Iron lp. anJ rilling, Itrau (SooJs
all sUes, Aiu.'un Wsll aai Irrigating Y'n. 71.
uari1n,tn4 Iroq sin, Urlu, CIowu, Sinks, Wuh
standi, tlarU. anJ Enaji.lJ nn. In ttosk aiU fur
' Sal. St reasonable, rates.
TaUubone No. 811. "S'
TTAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MAHUFACTUR
IXtjtm aj Mtw.
faNtarv and Trsssssrm
A I Jirft anil Cam
WAf!0f AND CAKKIAOr. MATE
IIUKCISV, RAN IWIV,
aorrWAv ikon, and
m. Ds-lUKJa, .Vatt, W1Wr, Ptlfcx Itatet, Rtie.,
tr ; unt.s m.i ii
A Large Stock cf SPRINGS and AXLES, tla
Having n Manufacturing Department ourtshres, e
e snail endeavour to male a ipwlnlty s,f lesinit
Carriage, as tiererafote i tlwe has been n treat .not
anJ netestrv In labor saving, contUilnj In KjafluUc
ijo TONS I1EST III.
for sale In qua
TWO-WHKEI Fll 11KAKI.3 MANUFACTURr.l) IN
Please call and examine our Sto
J. H. CONG
IlKAVKK I1LOCK, QUKKN
llnpottrlM, ,si;,;ifiif niut Urn
Special attention given to Importation of
MONS, IItc. Orders for Gxls not
AT TIIC ,OI.D STAND. NUMIIHR. 8 , KAA-
- SHEET IRON V JRKER,
PLUMIIING IN ALL ITS HKANCUES.
Artesian Well Pipe all sizes.
StovcK tiiid Knii;oH,
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip-top, ralace.
flora, May, Contc.t, Grand Prize, New Rival.
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, G v psy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Masna Charra,
lluck, Superior, Masnet.-Osseola, Ala-
aieda, Eclipse, Charter Oak,
Nimble, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COri'ER llOILf.RS
IOK UANQF.S, GRANim IKON WARK,
NICKEL PL.TEIJ AND TLAtN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast Iton
Lead Soil Pipe.
Hoato FuratsliiuB Goads, all Itiudt,
All Umnd tradei, Jjfi and Force f'urapt. Cittern
Pump., Galvanized Iron, Slieel Copper and
Sbt Uad, UaJ Pipe, Tin rial.
Water Closets, larbl. slabs
and loW, cnamtled
CHANDELIERS LA Mrs AND LANTKRNS
KNOWLES' STB AM AND VACUUM
C, HKKll'Ef: cV Co. aqe.vts.
Ilavinft' on Lind & full and rrjnrJti uock ot iKa
sljsntrrUkrol um(M. juH rceiv4 iAmjr Tutmsr
from lJltoa, w jiiiontf thrio lo U thir sd
Uilei ihwisinyuiMtr Mjlf vf puTu.miied. We Call
th attention of UtUrti pattUniUxly to the Vaccina
untu, tBiu ii in. faTM twu)(Ui7tvU(4 ana IPOf Mfi
YkvaUe than uha iud.j. u-tf
11m undeitignetj rcaful)y ikKiU, kU istixot
thu accounts ill I wewd nd tvlUci4 wo5Tiv
A9cuintf forthf tat quajttrarf tltitrcj 19 havt early
at wot I, to uvi iK i4fAJspiiUM ajtl mmsh ti a
- -gte . -tf
IMO COMPANY.' '
pkm) AsioriMfXit f
RIAL O.V ir.Nt:,.Vl) TOR S.M.H
, ash, iTi woon,
oi-mi iov, truti.
of foesl rialtti nnd mfietsst rntslhy.
for the Trs.le, mth llarsw Sheetjl'ifih WhteSS,
Sttifiteirta ttatat, Cotkejw, Axis CTtj., Vmvm,
II TO nit nun,
STAND ANV Mllcm llACRS AT Vrst LOW KATM,
If-patents, and CONCORD AXLRS ofall ilret.
ar btur acquainted with lite wants r-f llie trade, ami
rvaavTiriND oh naml uses! for liuildinrr a Waaan or
of Stock In our Hat. Indt.penssMe tn Waon 1 inkling
articles euMar to l;luUmiihln and WooUnotking.
OUR OWN FACTORY 2$ ri'.R CENT, CIIKAI'KK
TUII I1KAKP.. .
ck Ilcfore Purcriaslng L'tseuhcre.
;. H. cnNuiMjv k Ct.,
34, California Street, San fVancivo.
SON & CO.
crttt Coifniihitoti Mrrrhntttt,
KLOUK, 0UA1N, r'Ur.U, rUODUCi:, 1'KOVI
in Our line will be carefully purctiased,
Importer and Dealer In
Chandeliers, Lampi, Pendants, HracLet l-amps
w itionuir, niuc lUDiuar, itoiunnouae.
and Police Itntcrm ; Nttrc, Pocket, and
TaUelmps; (iIobes,Chimnc)n, Kellccturn,
iainp Holders lor sewing macmne s.
STOVES ANn.UaVNGUS Uncle Sam, KncUV
Patent, Richmond, " Ka Mot," l'ert, 0ceulaf
' 1 la ait Aloha Aimed a Hor.
MISSISSIPPI RAsNT.I-Cookins capacity for too
TRENCH RANGES lor reuauranti, hotel, and
private residences, with or without hut vatr
WESTENIIOLM'S I XL CUTLKRV:
A fine nsscrtment of Tahle, Desert, and Tea
Knives and VoA ; Carvers and bteels with
plalti and ornanicntal hury liandlct ; alio
Pocket iCniveft, Raior, bhear. I tut ton hole
and I-idieV Scissors, Urend Knives, uenuhte
Trench Cook Knivct, Itutcher and Kitchen
U ASK UTS:
ladies Vorlt.tand Ha vice t ; Office, Lunch,
Laundrvand MuLtt HaiVetA.
DOORMA'IS Aworted uc and pattern.
SlLVT.R.rUVTEU WARfc :
Roccrt lattithers' and Mcriden Plating Vork ;
Water and Cream Pitchers J Tabic, Deters
and lea Knives; Korki and SpootH, Situon
HutderiJNapkhi Uinj;., ChiMten' Hue,
Pickle and'Cruel Standi, Iluiter IIwIs,
Card Receiver., Fruit Stands, Prcttrta
AGATE WARE :
NlcUe-mounled Tea Sets, In part or whole,
very neat and deniable; plain Cook Inn
UtenkiU in laritt artvtv
Milk Pans. Pudding and nUIn Uaitn-t, Milk
Itgilcn; Rice, Jelly, and lce-creni Mouldt;
new patterns in Stew Van
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned iron, from 3 pint
, to uallon.
'Vo'iUi Su, Toilet Sund-j, Water CouUrt
Cake, Cah, And Knife lloxes Spittouiii,
Cuspidors, Children! Tray.
EairhankV Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
' " Scales.
Mohne Plows, Shovels, Spaulcs Hoes. Rakes,
KIccand Manure Forks, Out, IIoc Handles,
Plow Handle and Ream.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
1JALDWIN FODDER CUITERS-Three ii.ei, H,
t, iJJ, and adnch cut, an A 1 articles
Warranted Vacst grades New Voik stantUrd,
and tkrbolUcd. H. H, tt Of. llA, a Inch
Iloc, nofiletand nrinklert Vc.
PLUM11ER AND TINSMITHS MA'IERIAL
Sheet Lead, a to u IV. sauar foot ; Soil Pi(e(
leatl and rat iron Water Cltiets, Cases
Sheet Tin; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned,
14 to to oi. IIom IlibK, Roin; Sinks,
MUcIc and enameled ditto WablamU
Sheet Zinc; Soft Solder, our own make,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE-h toi Inch; elhows,
'1 reducers, plus, Luhtii,r.
PIPE VICES. tal W tu3lnJipIpj stocks and dies,
Cull i to 3 Inch pipe.
DIRI) CA0T..S Ijtri;9'jirlciy tn mirket, jalntcd,
Ikiys Wheelbarrows ami Go
JUUJul1)'e1lrateJ Tin amj DurgUr pn,f
Safes. V keep hi sttxk th tardea ftsayjrt
mtftt of Sfes to b found wtH of California.
Cuts nailed upon application,
GULETTS ICE MACHINES:
Junt the thin a for mm on pUntatlon wlteta
itxm is avstiUtkt Small sJ piakes 1 1 1U.
im In ftrur Iwurs 1 second sUe, joWrin seven
latfurs. Cuts, with full dtrH.ltonf'jr wotktnc,
nuilt to )our svtJitw mi sppl&atioti Wi
arajftijihorlvcti to dclixr ihtw machines
krfjfde ai makers' i-rlcvs, adJuir only cot
cl puklfiia.4 and freights, '
CUSIOM WORK of all Liids in tin. cotfer. and
inset-iron woiVtna attended to. Wurkiop
ovr More, trufic csecutea vy com ( tent
wwVnten at reaaoiuLU price
IICWER RLOCK. FOKT YtKCi:r,
MNimhlsJpiK Utter than a sbw tuning " and
atrPOHT fOROKT IT. AM i$ilf
THE WIN B80K, RESTAUR AMT
use J!lt lorn rsonr.
aoJ sill U oueiwd and (.aJr for tysoluest ofl
SATUKUAV, ;.NUAKV rM,
Cun. CAVAManu, 1'roinUtJjf.
, Iti. ff&r4ilalton at lb. abov.-oajiMd cstaUui,lnet for
Supn lor Mult U wsll Vuq, aI rsiulrn aw farttsi
CKL'Slltl) WKAWIIURRV, Tyra Cdu, tad
aJt ulw ibafr. tf ViuitM, yot u4 si A
at. ,vn.i.i.iV o, rwturs, ty
M. OAT, ,in. & OO.
55 f3 $ 55
NttiHinirm mitt Xrii'H Drulrrs,
iiaW.mian oa;k rrn hiack, 1 murcii n
IUe fmnmfl, a MatlfttM, An. atsattavtrit
AnMltt h tri mty U ftunsf
SCTtV. I'AI'KIt, ,
RrOAtj Kml Mtfew, hy the rfni taWledi or by quire.
MEMORANDUM I1L0CKS, A. At, Ac
ItUVNK ROOKS 1
IlmAd to pit?.
ItanktM large lUiiktrs' until,
in fact we have Inkstands for all,
POST OFFICE LEITER SCALES.
Otter's Combined Copying and Wilting.
In juans, pint, and half pints,
CR1ER'.H WRIIINO FLUID,
in quarts, pints, ha' f-pint, ami cones.
VIOLT.T INK, ipiii, pints, liatf pintl, ahd cones
INDEL1I1I.E INK, Aborted.
ARNOLDS WRITING I I.UID,
In quarts, pint, lulf pints, and cont.
STAFFORD'S, In quarts and pints
EgjptUn Pcrfunifd Ink.
In quart, pints, batrplnts, and Cones.
Perfect Mucilnse llottle.
MANN'S COPV HOOKS 1
to x ir, full tfouod And I ia If. bound,
to x 14, full bound and halQmuml,
Mann's Coping Pap r. ym
PENS and HOLDER'S In stent vamtTeV
Automatic Pencils Copying Pencils,
Faber'n Pencil, Dmon s Pencils, Ac.
DRAWING PAPER, plitn and mounted,.
Manilla Detail Paper. '
PIaing Crd, round corner and plain.
MEMORANDUM ROOKS, a Iarfic variety,
Time Hooks, assorted-
Shipping 'I aa, TourKt 'I or. .
INVITATION PAPER, and En elope ttf match
Hall iVograiiuue Card, pencils and tivwtU,
LEITER PRESSES, large an.l small.
Rubber Hand, all slrr.
RASE HALLS and HA'IS,
f luidrn and Score Rooks.
I1IRTHDAV CRDS, POCKET KNIVES, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
t) SUHSCRIITIONS recehedor any foreian
pAper or Masjaine publibcd at any time. AIo for nil
the Local Paj-ers and Mnaine, Seasides, Ilrook
sides. Family Library, etc., alwajs on hand, aad spe
cial numlicTft sent lor to order. v
tL HPT.CIAL ORDERS receded for lsOQKS, etc
RED RUHHER STAMP AGENCY,
and A gems for the Encyclopedia Rritaniuca.
VQm All Island orders filial promptly. la
J. M. OAT, Jr., and CO.,
Gazette Motif;, tj Merchant Street.
1 LLINGII AM & CO..
PLOWS I PLOWS I PLOWS!
To arrive by th "Henry James from New York
direct nnd by rail ia San TraocLco
DILL'NGHAM BREAKING PLOW,
ThU plow I nude specially for Sugar Plantations
nnd Is covered by Patent In the HawuiLiu Kingdom.
DILLINGHAM DOUDLE FURROW PLOW,
Alo spaallv adapted to sujar plantation. Cotercd
by patent In the United States.
DILLINGHAM RICE PLOWS,
Cutting from 5 inches upward. An entirely new
scries made from our own patterns to remedy defect
in Light Steel Plows for rice aiUurc, e jnd p'oughint;
and cane cultivation.
Thcc Plows are mII made by the ordinal J oh
Deere Mollne Plow Works, the pioneer Westeri
plow iiianufjcigry and the tarRest steel plow works
the world. For the Plows of this manufacture we a,
A large stock of plows of dilTcrent irianuf.i:turt; and
patterns, at lowest rates
HARROWS OF DIFFERENT PATIKRNS
Cultivators and Hutk Hoes
Ox Yokes, Hows, Of Chains -1
race Cl.-.m, Topwitl Chain
DiiTcrentU) Pulley UUV
HARDWARE FOR PLANTATION USE
FodderCutters, Corn and Hominy MitU V
Garden and Canal Hitv s K,
Sludbkr Wajons ami CVrtUtje
LumucvriNa oils a specialty
Albny Cylinder Oil ami Compound '
KEROSENE OIU hi quantities to auii
Kcrpveno Oil Stove
American and EoHtlh Paint and Oils
Turpentine, Point aitd Whitcwasli llrbht
Valeittlne'w and other VamUhe's
Paipcrand Pqwx Rat,
Harkncss tho KstinUher
SHELF HARDWARE, SCALES
House Furnishing Goods'
l.aaips, ChandtHerf, and Int'n
iT'New Coodri constantly artlfU.2,
We aim IQ leep ever) thin; required U Our lines,
la Sell l loo est lioaslbt. k
DRBWER c COMPANY (Llmlt.d),
SIOCKIKII.IIEWS In this ConiiMov si. U.,.l
imUUA ifcal iIh. ANN DA I. M I.KI INli .il.. ImikV.
holder. vrWU held s-o Vf.lNKbIIAV, I EIIUUARV'
Uli, at lati'llvsli, A.M., alls. oeSt. tf th. Comoaaf,
un sut.u esrsi.
J, O. CAKIKK,
U llis( 4 t'ooitisair.
ENdlNi; IOK HMV. ONK NI.W ,lOKiE
1's.wsr r-nfltof, la iisffMlojoV for sal
cHlKkWilK A tOMI'ANfc
W p m ii.iis.ii .sw.-1 , 1 , . 1 ii, siss.s m hiisssi sttapi 4
A H'lliTS' MATKKIAtJf OV'I'xIsor it N..tsi'.)
t In oil or ii-volor llauuss, C.wtm, .!., al
AKTiniQ hTATIONKKV, ta utal .a
FOK SA'iCIIEU ysd IA.SCV H.WKSfMLii