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AND WHOLESALE DEALERS,
I o z -t 1 n. u. cl . O x- o (S
1JROMPT ATTENTION WII.I. liKCIVKX
to ail rorjrniir-fit if 1-ilaii.l fn.lucr and A'lw
tuxte h:n rv'i'iinil.
PsW.-it, Kittib k C. i San FnwiKH.
C'j.tl 1 Cm ....................ll't.Iulu.
07 i 6m
.i tii;s c. u'lxr; .v Co..
Shipping and t'ommioion Merchants !
iUi FKOT STKKKT, Cmrr Jarka, j
17 SAX FKAXCI.-CO, Cuironu. 1 !
J. r. I DOS.
ARMSTRONG, SHELDON A. Co,,
(.SlCC--.oa Ti X1UX!ll. I'.'..,)
PIONEER LUMBER DLMLER.
UNION LL'ULKK YARI.
. Cireer Ctifrnia uJ Bati SirH , 10J .Vi. Hi IifLci SlrM
iriigar Pine, Hi.trn Iin. 'hit C-lar.
And all kinds td huilduig .Mjlcrmli conituitly on band.
FOREIGN DRY GOODS!
Especial Attention given to
ORDERS FOR HONOLULU MARKET.
JOG ami 203 Battery Street.
rkr Bl..l, ftrvnetbeuin the N.rifc, Kntirtiig lb Umt
TVitSK& IIAMCrHQ TEA.
It la Ik brat prearratire aaiiut almuit any icknM, if oanl
tiisrly. C'nei U tm only, it caa &"-u aaft-ly to
infonU. Fall Alirrt ina ia Kmriwn, fnmrH, (uuab, aixl Orr
mxn, ailb c-ry jt:ka. TRY IT!
g.rr talc at all tb varixoa bukAle awl retail drug atorca
KMIL rfctSE. Wbuimle Irnk-Ui,
hole Afrut, 4 I U Clay cte-.-t,
f.l f &a FrafaciarnL
McCraken, Merrill & Co.,
v w.ivixc: iickv k.:.4c;i-:i in l'k ikk-
M ant huimi l- r aarl at aeeo ", ml
lucatea lb fir rr brira huiUltnir, tre are rarr.l to r-mv
atxl aisiMc of UUatl ta4ra, sul-h aj dusar, Ka.-e, !y ro, I'ulu,
Cudix, Ac, la Biiantae. Cnf-aiKninrala eirially aulM-iied
fur the market, U. which -rual atlmitioa will he yid,
' aoi arxio oLich ca.h alaocrs will be made h rciairrtl.
fa filKMo Raraaascu:
BaIirr It UoricobergeT, ia. Iatriek A Co.,
frl. Ikcn, W. T. Coleman k Co.,
Klcveoa, Baker A Co.
Allen tl Lew ia. Ladd A Tiltoo. LeooarJ A Orcn.
..Walker, Alleofc Co., S. Saide.
w. A. auaica. J. C. mkbbill, jom x caacaaa.
ALDKICH, MERRILL k Co.,
20-1 and 20G California Street,
Al. AOIiNTS OF TIIK
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Part iralar attention eirn to the (ale and parchaae ot mer
rban.liar, shilV boinc-, iuvl-ling whalnhi, negotiating
' n.-hance. Ac. .....
r All freieht an ivlnr at ta Fraaelnco, hy or to the Ho
. nnlala Uneol racket, will heforwarJed ran or OBaissioH.
KachanKe on Hoootulu buabt and sold. X1S
.Meaars. C. L. Bicbabm ft C.r llonolnlo
II llicr.D Co.,
C HamwaaA Cj...... .......... .........
" Bisnor At Co...... ......... ............
Ir. It. VI. W.D,
' lion. E. II. Allbs.
' J C. WiTumi,
NOTVITIISTAXIIX TIIK RISK IX
the falaa-ri4ia prirw uf the k-adinr; Arm-rican Monthlies
'and A-klies,aud the iiwrraartl .iee nn lhm. I cm.tinae
, tisaply my suharnhrrs at tbe old ratrs. Fifteen years
pera m-e in the tmM-s rrul.lcs mo to su.-ty my customer,
with dweirfn periodicals cheaper, qua k.-r aixl more satUfartw
rdy U.m tttej ran be obtained frutn any other source. Try
Pspr DllirrI Fr f Pwstaee r ctlirr Cbarpes
la aaj Mrt r the Grasp.
Rack -mmbeTS t the Inulinir Massiines. ahn of Harper's
. TOWkly. Leslie's lllo-rtt an.1 the Lon?.m News always on
hand, fucs made Bp at abort nota.- 1 w barmen aud trar
elera. habsetiptioMs ruyisble Alwayiii Adraaee
New Tdrfe lieral.1.. ......
Boston J nnuL. .........
fcr Annum. on
Boatnn Advertuvr.. .......
ew York Wrt.LeMt:y.) 4 OO
- Le.ler. (a Smry Family Pier,) 00
Lesl'ie's Illu-urated NeWBpi-r,(werkly) SOU
r tn rrancis.m Week bat, each. 7 Ou
Krery Saturday b CO
Nw York Conner des Ftats Vius. ................ a
Zeitn (ffcrnian). ...... .............. H fa)
eaa Frarcracw Irnxk Conjie. .................... U 00
Lobe's Bl-t of Von M
Tb Irvitt Amevican.......... .......... ........... "O
The NaiiiMl. week'V .. 0U
The awa-Tican AcncuUuro.. ..........
The rVne nl itVe American...............
. Chimncf Corner............. .........
M .;. Z I. NK-S.
Il.trper. MntitMy Maatuine...........
Atlanlie Monthly M.2aaine...... ......
, .ley's Laily'a ...........
Islie's Mac iliue of Fashion...........
Iliuu's Merchant' Masine...
........... ft Ml
Blackwonrs Maruine a oo
Lnnibm C.wuhill Masiner ....................... 7 ou
od'n Sw:ty ........................ UQ
Bbkckwcaal an.1 the 4 BritNh ll'tirvrlKl, 1 i OU
Kiikrraw! the 4 Uriti.b 0."rlLrIicS....
3 l Ml
Oar Tonne folk... . ............................
fVni'We.i's Mc.xine .-1 Fa..hion. ........ ......
Littell's Livinic Ace............................
All the Year Uonod. .................... .......
Tbw tlabivy (emi-monibly )...... ...............
IV Bow's Review
.th American Review, (vtuarterly V...
Lorvlon Illustrated News, (weekly,) ..lt 0O
. - Punch, (weekly) H 0O
Ih-spaub, 13 no
The Ksan.kner Id OO
lieU'aLifein Lrmlon....... 13 0O
London Weekly Times......... 10 00
Lloyd's Weekly New.paper,... 10 UO
The shore li.t rmprws the bet of Itriti.h and Arr.eriran
jevM.lical litrratore. Thtr are r rularly r.v-.Te.t l,jr rath
xtarket from the United ---. awl en be ;lied no
nufheanon. The nn.lerir-l wu lerelerby uailariy peters
ttw in theahove li.t f.th"M? who may de,re uv-m.
Besides tke above, the Mtowini' a era ran always bad at
the counter nn the arrival f carh mvl
Loniaville rvmocrai, . 'w Be-i-'-T. r l'",
Forney's Prewt, Bu.liet of l a i.
Ireron papers. al.fc.rma a-r",
Co.-innati p-.prrs, Worcester !-.lr,
Maine papers. P-ton papers
Kansas papr. Co'orado papers
And many others, too numeiooJ to fjnrcify.
The fJUle-wmif arc ri.i by Avprvss rcvuuvrly. ami cener
tltr in ailvacce of the mail, xi-v will lie f.rw rle to au
Ki'bers by me. Pf'fJ" J". l thi annvs.-d term. :
We-Lly Bulletin...... i T ir annual .
A Ma. 7 -
Facramento Uohw.. 7
Van W -ek'y T.mes 7
h". B. The utto. oi.ti.rd has an ,n S;n Frnri. to
mmrnrt n- ( rwl Ihe lr.. nf.,.n ,..
trvd arrcv tiw a-e u... r o. x-tv 1-: ex
Br, tho. wtui'V.r.t snwrif.-s to xf,nBMt
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L- II. A I LK.
fcih.il !... ).or.-!i.l-M. l!i-'
.......ir .N.'l. I....l"ll.
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PIONEER IRON WORKS!
Corner vl .Markit iiutl I'rt'cniunt Street,
S A N F 14 A t'IM'O.
KITTREDCE 6c LEAVITT,
MA N t F ACT I'll E US OF
Sue-ar Tanks, Fire-Proof Doors, Shutters,
' Knk muvIa, l'ri.on C-. IN. I' i!.ofi;n, t.ratiitgg. Iron
F' nee, tuirn, A.:., Ac.
RUUGLAK ll.O.'F LANK VAl'LT LOCKS.
Constantly on h.m.l, a ):trv a rtnifi.t .f Fire-Proof lvrs
aiiI M.uitt rs.
Oi:r- rgr.M Am. I'iKT or ths
Co A T
Cliurlc JL. S.icliiicy,
Mustard, Mustard Oil and Pepper Sauce !
Fur-lory 20'J l!rrr New Yrk.
S7A Near l'.ivirij.ti.n Mrr't. 3tn
J anion, Green & Rhodes,
Victoria, Vancouver', l.lxud.
N. B. Particular itttenliun paid to consignments of andwira
Vx-turia. V. I., January 1. Isd.
j. o. mi--r-".n
K. a. rmxu.
llANStOM & Co.,
JFAmx Iron Works !
Southeast cjrncr 'reinont and Tehama Streets,
Practical Machinists and Iron Founders,
QirU Mill Matliiurry tif All llnds, Saw 311 IN,
di.cies n.'rcoti:i silf adjistiu piston
Now eit-titrrly nw d In tli Kan anj in triin State. lie
umree a r.fiir or aivw.; i alwaya t;ini'liKtt; witlujut
I cirttttie fr.clM.n, a- d nerir K't ft lark or kaky.
iiAxst oM's ciirsur.K,
Tbe ft tt .hi- lu.i now in uae in Uiia Slat - or anywhere elie.
Miirirnu or tub
New Prospecting Quartz Mill !
Cou:tm of l: nl-r. Ki.Kitie, Two Mn. IUHery. ami (irinjing
a.fl Aualguroaiinir Pan. o-uik'te. for working fr' ia
mk ton upwanl I- r day.
nrawiu-farefurnislml with U.e Mill, mi that any comx-tnit
Lnn .-rr cjlu act Uwiu U in runniiiK order in two ila' liiue.
AMALGAMATORS AND CONC KNTK ATOnJ
Of all kinds furoi-.l.ed to Order.
Tyler's Improved M'ater Vheel,
CSivinK grrattr power, at lower et, than ai y wlieci in ae.
2-tMl for one tA our circulars, giving full tahlea.
All V txrrl warrano-d to give the iwcr sa art forth, or the
luoury will he retumled.
is4e Mker, U this Coast of the
J -1'F.NtiKRiJAST WI1ITK IKON ST A Ml f IIUKS axn I'l FA."
j None fenume onk obtained from us. Krery oi.e warranted.
rat-tt-d Machinery of all kinds will be urninhed ly us at
market ricra. Particular all.-niion riven to drawiiiics and
' aiMecincaiioti of machinery, winch will tie nia.ie to order. The
' inarunage of lite puhlic U rrsectlully solicited.
PaariccLaB Atthstios Paid to
Ilie Work and Oraanirolal tastings.
Tbs. J. PuCLrskKB, Yin. M. KrxoKL, II. C. Iioasiso.
San Francisco, California. j
Wholesale Grocery Aucliou House !
LSTAllLIsiltU IN 1S50.
Sa Ir.rowua, Firrprwwf Ilriek ItHiltliMtf. Nw.
207 mid Cullfornin StrrH, two cluora
I f r.i. rr.nl.
! SALIC 1A Yd...... ................ .Tibsdats axo Fkioats
CA 1 1 1 . (CT Cnh Adrn srra maile on Mervhan
diae to our c-.nsinmeut for .uilic or private sale, and all
ruercantilj faciliUes rendere.1 cm5igiiin.
Refer by irniisik.u to
Mwri. C. L. Uiciiiutu Ai Co.. ...Honolulu
U. P. Jci.d, r-g
Hesrs. MioiMi.it t'o. .......... .....Sail KniticidCO
Falxxlb, Kklu A Co "
MoHUas, fT.oia At Co.... ........ u
iMcasos, I)aVVi..r 4r Co......... "
TfixK or UaiTisn Cuunnn "
FOR SALE AT THE BOOKSTORE
HAWAIIAN DICTIONARY !
wpRICK ItOf.VO I.V CALF, .a ;
PRICE HOL'X D IX 1-3 MOROCCO.
UOOO WITH lTKRLKAVK. l.
XT This work ran also he ol.taine.1 in Iiaudoa, of
Mrwarw. Trabarr At. l'a.
Its t York, of Mraara. A, S. Uarom Si. C o.
K.orr one ah-Mild have this book by them for ref.-nfice.
j Pen-1 y.mr onlers from the other island and they will be
promptly allen4M.I I-.
I FINE VRITING PAPER I
HAS LtTKLV KG
ceivrd from ttoo awl New York select invoices of
Ver-r Superior Writing l"aper!
A-lij-tcl F-t-rfxhj tit thin M'irkel, including
White Concrrss k-tur paper, ruk-d an.1 unnilnl.
Blue letter pater, ruled and unrated.
Blue oCicial do. d-i. ruleil with m.irgln.
Thin hits do do. do. do.
Thin white do. do. plain.
Very thin white letter par (for Kuroan corresiondciicc).
Water lined (h-irred) k-tu-r.
Packet Post, phiin, bine and white.
Mourning letter p -r, ruled and unruled,
ladies Bath -r. white aixl pink, rulcl and plain.
Best white Cip.rnk-d and unruled.
Lkie Ibkl cap, ourulcd.
Heavy k-eal cap, rulcl.
Muuruii.e cap, unruled.
Ucst tnii-ili, while bimI blue lai.l. ptaln.
Best hear white ciHonw-rrial m4e, rulcl and unruled.
F ,. f svy blue r-4nuierrial uote. rule- snd unrulcJ.
ACk ivory rte. plain and ruled.
.-mall Lillet pal" r, plain and ruk-d.
Water lined (Larrrd) n4e parr, varioa lite
FaiM-y riiee.l pupcr. plain.
Colored French Utiry wi-r.
Gilt ed?" .. j paper.
Monor.m n:e paper (with initial k-U. r stamped on it.)
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Best broa.1 while bill paper.
lievt f.H (narrow) bill paper.
Thin w hue aixl blue account current paper.
Thin while a 11. 1 blue arcoont as pavr.
Flat cap, while, ruled and plain.
Oemy while, rule.1 awl plaiu.
Mrdmin, white, ruled and pl.iio.
Royal white, ruled and plain.
Choice drawine f.aper. varioa. .:--K.nry
(.4.1 an I .ilvrr I -r, various patl.-rt.s.
French tivo par. t4 all C"k.n. very choic-.
TraeinB paH-r. I.r draaiuf plans id niak hita-ry, Ac.
Vellum tracing rb-Oi. I..r drawing plans of machinery, Ac.
Lri.i.4 Koatd id vati-His iz'S-J
I. rfc-rated U-ar.l. Crayon ar f r drjwii.f
Bill h-a I paper.
l'riiilu.c nee ar .l bonk paper.
Priiib r' rar.1, 4 all styles, nn and patterns.
Printer, carl Iniard. rf all Color.
Hardware an.1 Manila papers,
licst h- .el.. uiM.r
Copying kitcr Uk piper.
White and red I l.iUirR paper.
TocrtbfT MUUftrr other kind of Paper la as.
Best heavy while s-:r-M-atinel elter envek.pes.
Bc-d heavy canary, bull and lraw k tu r rnvek.i es.
Opa-ioe cob red r..te an.1 letter envelopes.
All rue. of w4 lie nxe mel. -.
Freiw h ol.U.nc Li.lie. k-tier env..pe
Ob'ot . ti.velop.-s. oi-n at Ihe end.
Mouminit k-tter, H an.1 r llci.l envel..s.
Bet heavy while. I i.T ar:.l einary ..r!i.;al enve!-. .
Fine wi.it.-, I'uTalil hiue cl..:h eivilo!-..
iad I-0 ftrrj otlirr Irtitlr rnnlrrd In the Matlnn.
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On I-Tniicl and lor Snlc :
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mi.irf. pint Kit.) e.-n--..
Iavkl.' Ut I;l:k Ink. ipiart.. pirns ar..l c.n-rs.
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Slviuird Noy. V l-l Copln Ink. .iii.-irt. and pints.
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Am vvr.tir.e Fluid i'l 'i'i.u-.. ai.d pin!, rvi-r.ive.1 .li-
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I:ilc Foroiyti Summary,
i Vhtoki.i. May T.U. Tin l'.r'.'.'.sh f 7.j "... ' j
, fiiiii-liTa(iiri organ, nr this morning liu'olL-hiv-' tho
' foii.jwinif; : I
utclH-j- of ua i uiioi t;vnt t l.antctiT were if- i
-ivt-il jy ;..v. iu..r .in- on tlir iu rival i f thf
lx-t in til from I'.i: 'html cxiii-i-minir ti..- c-oiiii'il.-r..- ;
li":i fcluTtie. Hi" -.ct l!.-in:y is uilvisol ihat the
lii t iiifusuro to i-onif hff'iie tin- C"'iii"-! r;4:i-d I';r-
: li.ilii.-i.t ot Cunu.l.i ii Anu.-t w ill IO on.- ti iio holf '
in tlio i.VuitfiliTacy tin whole of Ilrnili -Norili
I Arn.-rica. JI.- is uiiri'il li lay lln.' matter lu-foiv liie
', Cf.n.c'.l at oiicf. him! to rjiifst their vii e tiimii .
tLe U'H i.-iliility of l'.riti.-h i '.lmiil.i.i li.-Ing iiicluii.-il
i.i tl e i r. I . i . aii'l l.e is uiithoried t.. -i,f.- tlml the
!-1t .f t!ie 'ol.:iy u ill Ie a.-siime.l y tin- '..nl'e.!
' eiuey. ninl its ji ivM.-at if r.i-ees-ary is riiara:it'-el
' ly the Iiiijk rial (iovermilent. The i'.iilisli Coluiil-l-i:t
'..mu ll, it w ill le reineinl-rel. ruled uii.iui
. iri'iu-ly in favor of coufedoratiun on the 21st f.f '
March. Should the ;ilve le correct it will have !
tin' etrect of in...!erati:ig tin' strong annexation feel- i
j i.ig w hich has existed here for some time. i
1'K.nn ok Ilistioi- Tniox. The Catholic Church. ;
! ol which he. wn.a an eminent prelate, and the city
I in which he resided, are bereaved f a j'illar and
'. an ornament. Uisiiop Tinion wa a really ii.us ;
and good man. His lite and lar.ors were diftin- ;
: jruished for practical jdety and hen.-volence. lie,!
ol all ni.-ii, literally "went about doing good.7'
i Creeds are as nothing when tins head, heart aud !
IjuikIs ot a clergymen are iinivei loan v clear
g'-iilal and diligent. There was benevolence and ! Iet 1iIoh1 of Virginny o.ursin tiM.mulclitisly thro
fympathy in his voice ami manner. His oiily walk i lM-r veins and that stock the Togram inix"co.Ki
and conversation inspired universal confidence t.'t materiallv dci.r.M iate in one generahcii.
an 1 aifection. lit his haracter tin elements were I i..,i nf..r4 i.v tl,.. V 1;.h..I v.-r-
mingled as to proclaim him
" everv inch a t hristian.
! , Km-kvsks in KinoiK The cost of house-
; keeping at Muiiicl, appears almoM incr.d.bly loxv
to one accustomed to American prices. .Nineteen-
j twentieth of the population live in hired apart-
I mei.is. according to the universal K.iropean cus.om.
Whole tloors. containing the veiy finest suites of
ro4.ms ('en to twelve) can he rented, fuini-hed. for
. from SI')1 to SloO a vear : but a vear is al-
ready a '.igh price, more than what very few
families jm y. Exclusive of rent, good sized families'
meet the:, current household expenses with one
hundred :...d twenty live florins, or Soil a month,
enjoying for this .small sum all the delicacies of
tne season ine ear rounu. . liou.-.-lioli mat costs
$1.11011 a ear is already considered an expensive
' one. (...oil rooks ami chambermaids can be had
j for 20 to ?:;o a year.
j Hmuartk. A flerman paper describes Count
i Iti.-marck thus: His speeches are very uncoiilh in
I style, and his voice is sharp and grating. When
! excited he os. the thread of his discourse, mid
I not unl'reiieiiily commits faults of grammer mid
i construction, lint there is an epigr.iiiiatic inci
1 piveness in his style which gos fai to redeem his de-
fee's. His wit is very remarkable. He is very
: sensitive to attack, especially Miice he has been
sull'ering from his present m-rvous disorder, and
j his alteration with llerr von Munchausen, is said to
j have aggravated this comphiinL In the North
I (o-nuarr Parliament he invariably uj.pears in the
' iiniloriii of trie l.anuwchr cavalry, while in
: Prussian Parliament he attended in ordinary civ
I Sweden anl Norway arc slowly risinn; out of
j the sea at the mte of one-half of an inch ar
, annum. The west coast of Greenland is gradu
j ally pinking.
I Horace (ireoley pays that the darkest day in
'. any man's earthly career is that w herein he first
fancies that there is some easier way of gaining a
.... . . . . . o
dollar than by mjuarcly earninoj it.
The Jardin des l'lantes in Paris now has a
Canada lcavcr. A house was built f.f logs for its
accommodation, but it didn't like French archi
tecture, and ho tore it down aud built it over in a
etyle more to its taste.
Professor Willis, of the New York Medical
College for Women, ki there are olitl female
medical jirsief itioncrs in the country, Koine of
whom are in receipt of from lU,0UU to .2(l,X;U ',
a year. j
So profound is the " incompatibility' existing
between l'l inee NaiJeon and the Emie-oss Eu-
! ;ciiic that the former is asserted to have recently
observed that if any tiling were to ha pi.cn to the
! Enii.Tor he would do all in his power to secure
; tne succession oi ine i rinee imperial, out that
I stirliA. t . ! I ff lis aa'j.nl.l li.iin t. a lmii n LB....a
viniii uv y a A-tit-iitv n ouiu imt v a.iv a taiict;
Tiik Id .VK.Mia no Question. The London Timvs '
of April '.I, writing on the Luxemburg compliea-
tioii rays :
So long as the relations between France and :
j Germany lie in the hands of two such men as :
t were supiNiscd to have learnt to know and value '
each other at lliarrit., we think the world ought
not too lightly to cherish sinister apprehensions, j
lioth NajMileon and l'isinarck are fully aware of
the magnitude of the enterprise to which a mo- J
merit of rashness might commit them. liothofj
them have accomplished much in their lifetime,
and it is natural for both of them to shrink from
new trials w hich could lose the benefit or tarnish
the trh'ry of former achievements. Neither of
j them is young; neither of them exults in that
1 linn, exuberant health which urges men to incess
ant activity, l'eace would be equally a Imhiii t
France and Germany; but while it is dillieub to
see what good a war, however successful, nii' t !
bring to France, the mere danger of it is us.-o . 1
promote the union, and thereby the strength i;.d '
j greatness of Germany. J
An Eloquent Passage. The finest tiling George i
I). I'rentii-e ever wrote is this inimitable jsissage :
44 It cannot Ik: that earth is man's only abiding '
place. It cnuiiot Ik- that our life is a bubble east -up
by the tH-can of eternity to lloat a moment j
upon its waves, and sink 111 nothingness. Else !
wtiv is it, the high and glori.ms nst.ir.it ions, j
...i.V.i. i.. .. i:i. , r... ... ,1... ....... A . r
vi lilt II i..i. iiiv, 11111 in ji'iii tliu l iiij.iu ill UU
liearts, are lorever wan.lering unsatisfied. by :
is it that the raiti.-ow and cloud come over us '
w-itli a Utility that is not of earth, and then pass
'U . mure .! Vlivit itii, itiiier. i ,, iijr is lb llllll !
tli? stars which 4 hold their festival around the 1
midnight throne arc set aliove the grasp of our ;
limited faculties; forever iiKsking us with their.
. . ....'.. .... .....aw I...-..T...... . . ,VI... . j . ....
I unapproachable glorv .ml Innilly, why is it
! that bright forms of human beauty arc presented
I to our view aud taken from us ; leaving the thoii-
Kami strciiins of our allections to How back in an
Alpinr- torrent u.n our hearts? W e are bom i aWakcn.Nl a senseuv thenec ssitv uv d .in suthin,"
for a higher destiny than that of earth There is nli j1:lnded the ii-rs out to'eni with impres
a realm where the rainbow never lades ; where ivc Wlrds, cxho tin uv em to rend cm, ez they
lNl " " 1 "-prc-iu . ..1 .rciort- usuki- tne isi- , W11Z tro..th, and n .thin but the trooth.
niids that slun.U-r on the ocean and where the 1 rtlicr think thev rc-ad cm, for from that
U-autiful beings which tss lK-..re us, hkc j t;IllC ollt tK.v avoided me, ez though I hed the
shadows, will stay forever in our presence." j T,i!l,,ic. Ef I wuz agoin' down the street and one
St xiiAY in Ii.vi.TiMottE. On the 2"th of Fe" - uv cm wuz a comin up he'd crocs the stnvt, and
ruary a large mcct'ng wtis held in I'iltiniore in ' the ivoolycr cxpn-ssion uv his eountcnance indi
oppiisition to running the cars and owning the I eatid that it wuzn't my majestiek jireseiue which
1 shoj on Sunday, bills to that cllcct licing In-fore
i the I gislaturc'of Man land. Among the resolu-
I . . . . . - r- ..
llol.s a.lnptctl were Hie I.illoWing : o:ie 111 eiu uno .i.-koi uy 1 n.u in-iico mus .-
Tluit as Sunday lalors rflrticularly fall ut.n Dclibiltly, he pulled out uv his j.jckit one uv
the ioor, the legalizing of unnci-essary work is j theiu cussid Northern ieir-, fnd oj'nin it j.in
but increasing their eoumion burden, tviifiicting j tid, indignantly, to a cditoiLil article. It wuz
with their religious i-rivilegi. and therefore oi- lerfoosely headed in this wise:
r rcssivc to the vcrv class most needing the rest
, ordained of Heaven for man
j 44 That during tho criod in which the Sunday 1
: law of lx'.i'i has lieen in o-ratioii, its excellence '
I has 1k-cii so triumphantly vhidi"atel by its results, j
j aiin.ng which is the arrest-4 for drunkenness to far i
kss tl .iu half their pi lious average, that any !
relaxation of its restrictions is unnecessary and 1
I would operate pnjudicially to the whole." " J
The latest car of -rsi!al spontaneous com- j
bust ion is re.rtcd fmm Columbus, Indiana, w here !
I Andrew Noke. a German of very ii.tcm-rate 1
habits, was found dead in his shop, his lijei
i entirely buriKsl away, h-avinga ghastly hole, and '
1 his t -digue charred to a crisp, llis nose was also '
burned, as if by fire coming out of his iioftriN, '
land his clothes were still burning when found..
So othef fsirt of the laaly save the air jasKiges
. was burne-l. Physicians who examil.c.1 the body, '
prolixin n-e 1 r a clear i-i.-e of spoiitat.coiis eombu
' tioii. I. is suppose. I the fire was coiuinuui.-dtcd
; by attempting to light a cigar, the whole system
being charged with al.-oho.
Skv u::tv of Em.mii JrTi E. Three w ise Jus-ti.-s
in Hertfordshire, strict constructionists, con
victed and sentenced two men to three days"
impri.i"..ieiit. with hard la!.r, f..r 1h gging dur
ing the late pitiless weather and wide spread
lect it ut ion. One ollinder was proved to have
4 got three j.-.u-e," but with the extenuating
circumstance that he was civil when taken into
cust.idy. i w;:s allowed that he vrus a ve!l c.n
Li. le 1 '..in;, was s-'n king Work, and was quite
destitute. He simi.lv went to a house ai;J asked
S'.r a trill.
t- help fiiia .-n the road. Tin- other
' . 1 ' M ,.. -'-v 1 :' : 1 .ec . i' 1 .' - i
, .t f i
1 i-t y.
' ' I 1 r r '
jl rutil III.- Icki'.o
A':iIiy rrciu'lic a Sermon on
I'liitcrsal SCrof lici'Iiootl.
1ST tl KlS. CoMKI'KiT X RiiAl'S
am':.. i. : : ,!... t .'t k".it.,. L-e
I Ji ll 1.7 111 fcill. IvlJl M i.iv.i f .
A; ri! 17. )
"c are in Cctitiuyooul tmuMe Jnwn Ihtc with
thr-v ci.sKl niggers. Tliey arc hauler to manage
than j i's. 'ig don't c.jre.-s t.'ier jcohari-tie--.
.Mule tun:'-' liearer. Ther is sic'i a lin tliiKl
in tlieir ol.-tiiuu-v sich a willful curMiiis that I
re.-!v liev imole uj my mind that I d.-n't imder-s-taiid
em at all. They cuddle up to us c7. kind
t-z a Klooiuiu liitiidrii dos t ln-r lirst ad.ired. and
they Hing us just cz nalral c. that same guilelesti
maiden d t8wl.cn miml'er two heaves in bite.
They Ixdiave will l!r a K-asoii, a j.-it-iiti v f"r no
other jurjoM than to enjov our (iisc-oinhturo
when they finally throw us. 1 hcv lin a gittin a
frusr ishen thro me that tliey ain't hall" asstKT id
cz they look, and that, after all, we are not fur
from the trth when we miv in our r-x'kxwhcns
that they are the ckals uv the whites. Why
t-li.HMlen't tliey le? Ah! wly inditl ? AVhy
shoodin't the yooth wicli is now cros.-in the street,
w ich he.s I H-cki:i PogramV flvelicrs cz like ez a
hotogratr, hcv cz imu h sense as the I-kin? I
ev oggs;imincd into tlio xligree uv that nigger,
and 1 lind that liis mother lied the hawtiest and
; ft ..,.. : .....r,,.' tl, .-istenhiv.' I 1,-1 em at-
i tni1irt 'j-ni.-pi! li.r Snti.!:iv nt tli1 Mfcfin li.mu
; allll j,v .rivatc arrangement he.l cm s-atol mis-
, w.ij:ul,Hl.Iy 3U1n , tjM. awj..ru,.. i,irkin p.mm
; . i 'i i . i i . . o-,. i
I ha1 we,.",,' w" h "Zl . J -O -junds
. verdui.isc, utween him and hw wife, w hile lour
' "thpr mggcrs ornainentid his ja.-w. llascom with
I alacrity -onsented to three, and Elder i;aitt pr.v
i Mol seatu for f-mr. It wuz a vleasuit site !
I W lute and Mack was alterant id like the fjatts on
a cliecker-hoard niggers and whites wuz spread
j out together like the fat and lean in jiork, and cz
t i oeil it I cimhI hardly restmne mv em .shuns,
; Tlt.re U.frc nie wa8 ro-nen,,,,,, uv the
llcinocratie irty there wuz wat wuz to hrinj;
us out uv the .alley and Bladder uv death into
wit h we hed iiilleii, up ou the high ground uv
ollishcl life. I j.rccvlied that lucmraMe tlay from
...... . . . . . 1 ' . . . if i .1-1 i i.
two text-, to wit: " Lv one blood did he make
; all the nashens uv the earth," and 44 All ye are
. brethren," and I orated a luovin discourse. I
demonstrated with great fervor the looiiacy uv the
j idea that the Almighty wood take the trouble to
I create two or more races when one would tin ez
1 well wieh is alluz well received in this region.
! All men form their idea of the Dvity soincwat
: from themselves, and I never kuowd a Confcdrit
j Cross lloader to make two things when one wood
a user. I refuted the theory advanced bv some
writers that there wuz inorc than one head to the I
j race, by quotin the texts wieh treated uv the I
I creashen uv Adam and Eve. and dcm. dished the '
... ..... .. .. ...i
Ham doctrine at site. Ef," sed I, " Nocr did
cuss Ham nnd condemn Canaan to lie a servant i
unto his brcthern, how do we know that our col- j
ored brethren and r-istrcn is the tle.-cndants uv !
Ihuu ami Canaan? It inav Ikj u. for all wc :
know? Is it his color? Is not black jest cz j
convenient a color ez w hite ?" !
.More so," murmured Mrs. I'ogram half
asleep, " more so it don t show dirt."
4 Is it his shape? Uh, my brethren, I aint a
handsome man, nor wtxxl I exactly anser for a
model for A poller. Efln-auty, tir eomliness, or
shajic, or style, is to decide the pint, may the
Lord help us! Is it his smell ." My brethren,
the New York World asserts that the nigger
hainr no smell, and cf he hcz, why shoodent he
iicv . manuiu umicr the common ii:f uv
country w ith Ins hand un that magna charUi,
the Dcklantshen, and his beam in eye turned ex-
ultinly toward our nashne) cmbh-m, the J-iigle,
shall not our Afnkin brother be allowed to smell
j.st cz he ellipses.' Ef smell must be umii.rm
then let our Government cstab hsh a IJur.nv uv
1 erh-mery to-Wunft. Iiesides, I take high reh-
gious grounds 111 this matter. Et he hcz a natu-
,i ,Mtr Ti, l..r,l If r.. !.;..
l.C't US not IIV
in the face uv the Lord by condem.n n. Judge j jJllt ,llt a nt ;llhtiflil,lv use firee to
not Wt we be judged Ihe ..lor uv the colored rcstrain a child from evil-doing ?" CcrUinly.
g-ntlemenor lady is the work uv the L.rd-the ( ,f t)ie hild insists on throwing the hammer at
.Hlor uv yooi unwashed lect is yoor own wieh , the l,x,king-glass. or doing any want,.... ,.,i;.-i....M
shood stand the high.-st . ; n.isehief, tl.e requisite force may be ei.n.lovi-il to
44 My brethren an.l sistern, I a.rknowledge that eonstrain it into letter behavior, liut toreb'rai,i
I hcv not long held these views. I hcv showed j from eyil itl ,.lie thill . to illlliet ju
the common prejudis, and hey enntemmed uur,mU(!t! cvil hlsS been done, is quite another,
trends uv color ; I hcv tlespitelullv used 'em I j,a a c,,i!d ha8 1KVI, harden. d into inveterate
hcv gone lor em and bang.-.l em like old boots. d).lirav;,y hv chastisements inflicted under the
l.ut it wuz bccozl d.dn t know em ; uutakcii n.nion that its evil propci.slte might
see the kernel of meat under the rough shell I ; t(llJf, )ie Pubducj atlJ er.ulic-ated.
didn t r.-.i.gi.i.e the glitrin diamond in the ebory ; w V(,PV .ho :s lir(in f4 ,.;lt;n
-onl. Mv eves liev bin oiiened. Like Saul
! Tarsus, I see a lite. Scncc the passage uv the Mil i
tary lull I hcv thskivered many things too tcjus
too mcnshiiii. I hev mostly foi.nd out all these
things sence that occurrence, llut let us accept
the situashen an 1 bless the Lord that cl we wuz
vesistid, it It'jz remltid in dcvchipiii excellencies
where we didn't expect to lind 'em."
There wuz an i-llcetin scene after service wuz
over. Deckin l'ogram, Capt. Mcl'cltter and
Elder Gavitt shook hands with 'em with a degree
uv corjality I didn't exjct. Trooly them are
great men. They dcvelope a decree uv adapta
bility to circumstances wieh 1 didn't look for. I
really bleeve if I da told cm that it wood hev a
giHsl c'Veck to ki.-s the nigger babies all around,
that they'd a done it. llut 1 sjsired em this.
There is such a t ling cz laying it on too thick.
Hut all this w.iz spiled the next day. There
j ci 1!
cggM raorti 1 na ri I v nca v
'gstraordinariiv heavy mail that da v.
In addition to the 4ipcr PolliM-k, the Illinois store
lroj.ie t'lLl tl.-l.. u-l.7 fi.rl.t ittln.r..' .....I fi .
j .,.',, they wu all dinetcd to niggers. 44 Wat
. - - . . .. --'
is this," tliot I to invself.
I lev the "Ablishnists
uv the North determined
UlHin pi-osclv tin these
men, and are they a gout to :i'id tins country
with their ineeniarv rcsidin? Ez a Federal ofll-
i-rr its mv d.Mitv to I miL- into the 111 itter ' " .list
1 . . . ... .'. . ". . lessliai.i.y in
imagine my delirious joy at find. 11 that thev wuz , l .J. i-r
1 - x- i i..i ..tiici.i... .or
ieiiiKT.iin; jnqsTs iroin .Mm 1 orK ana unio
44 Thank Heaven!" sed I, 44 Our people hev
' wd hnn. lhey hot loat Inn Uepictel on their
! classick feechers. L'nable to eudoor this 1 sei zed
. I ... 1... I ...l. I . . . I .1 ... . O
I bHid niggers vote? Shel ti.j prowd Cau.-.ishen i
ie rcii-H.st to a ckaijty witii tne oisgustin .irikin .' 1
Is this u white man's government or not?
Amerihy for white men !
Sd this Ethiopian, with his fingers on this
he-.ulin, 44 "IVars like cz cf dah wuzn't jist dat
good feel in towards us colored men on de juirt oh
de lim'e "sy ob the Norf, dat dali ought to Ik:.
"IV.'.rs like as dough up dah wha de nigg-ah ain't
got no vote, dat d-y don't intend he shel Icio it.
'IVars like, cf nimcK-'sy's one ting all ober de
country, dar's a cus.-i.J site ob humbug a goin
on tloivn heah !'
Vi'at cis 1 I say? Wat ciod I do? There it
wui; in black and white, and from jmpi-rs whose
1 linpM-ri-y could not In: .piesti..iic.l. 1 wuzdumb
f.uiidid. The nigger stalk-l havvtily and proudly
away in one dinvk-hcii, while I sneaked oil' ruiher
M.eakinly in an ther.
I hev 1 .tie vvt.rl to say to air brethren in the
Nrth. V.M.'r do-ibliu .ur troubles, and niacin
our burdens harder t- Ikmt. Why can't un
derstand common iir Wat hurt W....1 nigger
sulli-.ige do v up there wher ther ain't 1.0 nig
gers, and how nun h w..l it bem lit us down Is-re.
wh.T ther's millions uv cm? Can't v.mi see it?
We can't play the same gnme on the niggers that
we u.-o.l to play on the sturdy ye. iiuanrv uv ln-rks
County, 1 Vnnsyhaiiy, and other Im-alities. On
all ipiestioiis heretofore the Iiiinocrisy hcz nllowd
a libral li.-ense. We hev bin Free Trade in Noo
Yrk. and Tariff in IVnnsylvany the same year,
ami ve eiMi.i d- it. The 1 4hu. ci I.-y tli.in'c gic
ther a.-r-l'.oorcn.-es from paj rs, win to their ina
bility to icp,s- m nipid'v. it bi n. si long ;tf. re
tli.-vg .ta w..nl sf-lle-l ..at that thev forgot the
..' .' " ' ' '
1 -.:' ' t I - i ll1. ' 1 ; - ' '
1 ' .-.
mo - t
c v - V
mu.-t hcv a rare t.i look down to. let em torn their
hr.rft " the Chinese or the injur..-, m no...
this time ou
t the nivrger is Ku roU.
Pii-anlv.ni V. NaMIV, 1 . I.
h is Postmaster), and Professor in the II. mi
and Jarhctli Free Ai-.idemy tor the acvciopmcni.
uv the intellek uv all r.uvs imivtiye ot oi.
j s i ;-t recce vol a telegram, ordenn me to
AVasMnton. I iH TS...m its suthin in connexion
viMi the Sjuthem excursion.
Messrs. Koberts Ilrothcrs of IWor, have just
publisInNl " E.-.-C Pciis, Essays un the Lileand Doe
irine of Jesus Christ, with Controversial Notes on
Ecce Homo." This work was put U.rtn ann.'ti
vmotislv in Fulinburgh, and s.i far its authorship,
- like that of Ecvc Homo," is a stvret. It remains
t he sw-n w hether the incognito of this volume
can be as well preservetl as tl at of the f .rmcr.
: There are many things which lead us to believe
that both are by'thesame author, an opinion which
the " Controversial Notes" docs not altogether
disprove. The present volume is marked by clear
: and concise statement, and a Under regard for
: the character of Christ. It demands that w hich
Christ demanded, a Church vitalized by practice
aud not merely the cold indorser of an opinion.
It argues f .r life and not for dogmas.
, This book is undoubtedly destined to have a
wide circulation. Its predecessor went though
: edition after edition, until nearly -'. ' copies
I w ere sold in this country. To 44 Eccc lcus" a
! similar circulation is undoubtedly guaiiiutoed, for
aside f rom the intrinsic value and interest of the
discussion, wc have the strong clement of mystery.
: The work, moreover, is ably written, and it will
lind readers among all branches of Christians.
j The Iwjok closes us follows :
To-day the great question that is stirring men s
hearts to their depth is. Who is this Jesus
Christ? His life is becoming to us a new lile, as
: if we liad never seen a word of it. There is round
aUiut us an influence so strange, so penetrating,
; so subtle, yet so mighty, that we are obliged to
ask the great heaving world of time to lie silent
for a while, that we may see just what we are,
' and where wc were. That intluencc is the life of
J Jesus Christ. Wc cannot get clear of it ; we
hear it in the times of joy, we feel it stealing
across the darkness of sorrow, we see it w here we
I least expect it, even men who have traveled far
. . i I . M !..!
tliest from it teem only to have come round to it
again ; and while they have been underrating the
j inner worth of Jesus Christ, tliey have actually
I been living on the virtues which came out of his
i garment's hcni. Yes ; it t-ccins we must trust
; him either at the hem or the heart if we will
not have him for the soul wc must have him lor
j the body. What if men reject him altogether ?
i Then, as of old, there is no choice for them but
liarahhas, and lkvrabbas is a robber. We see
i the alternative. Pilr.te still puts the nuestion,
Whom will ye that I release unto you? Jlarab-
lias, or Jesas which ij called Christ?' The
voi.-e of tho Isolde was once for theroblvcr; it
... . . . . .
will yet be lifted up, never more to change, for
the Sjn uf God." iY. 1'. Comvttrciul Adin tiStr.
The New York Tribune, calling attention to
the great frequency, ol late, ol the crime ol cluld-
, llUllnding by wreuts, guardians and teachcis,
The great mass of jiarents have yet to learn
that their displeasure with a child is no reason
and no excuse for beating it. Nor docs the sim
ple fact that it has done wrong give them warrant
to subject it to -physical torture. Here, for in
stance, is a child of live to ten years, who, in the
hoje of thereby attaining enjoyment or escaping
-i..iiiTcl.mo.f b'is r.kld n lie The liitl.er imriirollv
! mll ,..mt thereupon gives him a beating.
; Uh:?t relation has the ivnalty to the offense? or
; nthf.r w,,.lt 1(l rwult 1)C rairiy CXptvte,l
froI1I the beating? Can you rationally expect it
to 1)lVC and speak the truth liecausc voi have
! m.mleJ it? j' it llut f;ir 1Hurc iiy., to'llAte an.1
Io:Ul;4( ? That child w ill be a g.ssl deal more
..... i.,.'..-,,,!, ... ,..11 i; i.t.i?. .,,....1... .1,.,..
... ..l.l.... .,.,,1 l. I.-troe lr.uetlo.v
' j his chiM to recall the exrerienccs of his own
childhood, and consider what were the edi cts on
; his moral nature of any and every penal iniliction
. he endured. We doubt that so many as one in
; ten can fairly say that all the parental beating to
w hich he was subjected did him as much moral
I harm as good.
Wc are not pleading for indulgence. T-'crv
1 child should be taught to know- the right and to
. do it. What wc urge is, that the rod, the whip,
I the cudgel, are implements of parental discipline
I which have, 011 the whole, done far more evil than
I good that more children have lieen continued
J and strengthened in wrong doing than rescued
j therefrom bv the infliction of physical -pain. How
! many have been bludgeoned into idiocv or pcrma
j nent mental infirmity by misjudging fathers, -an
j never lie known till the sea shall give up her dead.
; There are abundant means whereby a parent may
j evince his displeasure, his sorrow, in view of the
' faults of his child, without mauling it. With
draw or withhold indulgences which you would
gladly have accorded, had not your piist confidence
, len abused let your child realize :1 at your loss
, of faith in its integrity inevitably subjects it to
privations and restrictions show that your love
for it eon trains you most reluctantly, to render it
less happy because 01 its transgressions but keep
unreasoning brutes, anil beware ol
v-nijiloying it to deface and disfigure the image of
R EVER E H O U SE.
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: n.c'1u'Iu1HVtfulty cM lfie mtcntinn of Tradi-rs .k1
i those resid.ns on the a.:j:ice..t lslan.ls to my well selected slock
; of l'iirs, Xol-aix-o and Clears.
A MA0S1FICKXT AND
. all ami exiluine my sioca in-iorc i,"-""""1s - --- -------
r-r, ..... H. McIMVUE.
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
I3oolc s n il sTob
Is acknowledged to xasesj the best afnortme.it of
JOB PRINTING TYPE!
Of any other Office ia the Sandwich Isalnda,
And Is well adapted to the Superior Printing of
POSTERS OF ANY SIZE !
PLAIN Oil FANCY COLORS.
ON A YANKEE CARD I'KESS.
HOTKL BILLS OF FAKE.
ON A JiUGfJLES PRESS.
It OO ICS and P JIMP II L R TS,
ffC.t &c, SfC
On an Adams Power Press, in the best style.
And at barely living Trices.
NOW ON HAM1, A STOCK OF
CARDS and SHEET CARLS, of all kinds
and sizes, suitable for
nisiuiss, .vr.iun.x;, visum;, ete., rtf.
IH-iing longcnjoycJ tho cor.fi. lence an.l p-.t-
ronago cf tl,.- r ublic. in our business truntctiou., we j
take the oprKriunity to return our heart felt thanks '
for past r;t...St au.l respectfully ai.k a continuance cf !
IIFMtY m. wihtm:y.
H. V im 1'."; j
(N VM V l l: 'I tils tTE.'IIIK I'KICE
C.'orniiK -rcial . Ivuriisor!
F I FT E E N CENTS
I'.-r Ci.j.v, or
NIX DOT. 1A KS A YEAR.
' "ill U- r- ..-.-;v..-.l atl'Jc. i.t,.
Mar. h 1m-T
FOR K A W A I II a
SS: Sclioonor IVTar
W ill ruu as a r. Bular 1-a. kit to the ul.rc ,w
or pussaire api'iy lo Captain i.n hoarJ. cr to !! s
WALKKlt A AH .
Affrnls at Kawaihae. ALL1
For Ililo nnd KaupaKuca,
4tt. Sclioonor A.cti
Will run ia d at It . 1 o .
i LAIIAIN A. or FrviKht or V-? to
FOR HANALEI, KA
Will ran as a lleguUr Vacket to IheaUive jHrl
or I'auaite apply to
WALKER A- ALL
For. Kilo and Oiiomra, II
iVflLs Sclioonor Vn
Will nin as a Kcaular 1'acket to the above mru
er l'a.Kiie ap.Iy to
673 am WALKKlt k ALLI
FOR WAIHEE, Maui.
7 The Fine
J. WkST, Matrr. "
lluns recularly to tlie alxive port. For frviid
ai'I'ly t' ttie CaeUiiu on board or to
Cm C.JIREWEU A (
For MALIKO. Maui
Clipper Schr. T
QSS: Will ruu a. . Rnrula, i.irkt.t bt,..,
Mal.ko. or freiKhl or passa,. apnly to ,!ltf
;" (5T0 0.0) ' s. HAVU
L. MARCHANT, Muter,
Will Kuu KefrulArly liefHeen this Pi.f.
For freipht or passage apply to the Ca-Hain .1
C. A. VI
ItKfiULAIl PACKET Ft
Honoipu and Kohala Plan
The Fine Schooner KG .
C. I10WAKD, M.3t.-r.
Will rtn rnjulurly on the iilee
For freight or passages apply to Ue Ma iUt on
568 n"' Or to CASTLL' A ClH.
For lahaina and Makee's Li -
Tlie Fine, Staunch Clipper
S2 Sclioonor Kato
Will run regularly and punctually nn the alio
... ... a.ai;e app.y to tne mauler on iw.Hnl, .
For Hana, Kaupo and Mai
W ill run regularly. For freight or paniaire up.
So O. liKKWIK ,
fonstantiy on Hand and Tor Sale In I;
TIIE rXDKUSIG.VEP "FORJ
publio that he is preuarej Uf
Choice and Well
1 r i. . ... . jr
1 iat li.l inr nL'ru. 1 ui inrai-
Messrs. Nf.vii.ii f.,V?
11. -". UBKKNWKXrC a
1. MONTUOMKUT, '
" 'j 11 naio-'
Ifll1 nature, and
m win lie surrendered
ui.- ofFicE vr j i.'is.vA1'-...
Redwood Lumber, Northwest B
Sliimjlen, 7Wr.v, frish, Jill nth, Pai
For Sale Low, at uiy Old Stand on tb
BEST SICILIAN TJmaOII. Ft
AH if, IIIIIRS, ClILMlsi: MATTI
DYE-WOODS, ACIDS, &
A SMALL I.N Vol CK OF
Heavy Plate Glass, dssurfr
Far JMIrrwra, Siilrbonrd Tup.
A GOOD TANNER AND CTJ
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Till ATI NVAI.IT.41II.E. OCR AIM.'
il.le, presefviug, anti corrosive
For CmiIits, lloil.-rs. Hoofs, Steam Lngines, CsH
FencesSi:hoin-rs , rlteamers,
A N l A IA OT11 ER I RO N or WOO
For Sale Iiy
f55 6m C. r!Kl
TV O 117 ICli
Next Door to Messrs. Castle
HORN & VOS
BEO LEAVE TO INFORM Till
OF HuNOLL LL i AISO.UFFICKIISOF '
OPEX OX SI.VDAY, f HE IJIIIi l
In conniption with tkjr COX F ECTION Kit Y
After the name of the
COM M E KC I A I. R EST A I K
Where they will 1 hap.y hi
Retell Boarders by Hie Meek, Day or?
A SEPARATE REFRKSIIMEV
FOR LADIES I
TKA, COFFKE, CHOCOHTK AND OYSTf
F-trulshol from .1- -V. to 10!
N. B. The Greatest Cleanliness'
.-,. TIIK MllMHIIir.il .
-..! 1 f... m..I - U 1. 1. I.i.-. Ol Sc'.
llawaiiaii t.p. -..iilU.I
111: .111:1.1: 1, in 1 in
(1 HAWAIIAN N VTIOXAI.
t'.iniNWi-. l.y II hi. Vk- i..m;m Th"
have .-i-ii 11. ...ly I. U...,t (-! .1 Lv M-r.
thi city, in tl...- fin. il hi ; ... rh- ail.
Not A- "
-V?U.V.n.i -j . ,-,.,;,
..l-wi . . .1 r
I nn .mil I'lit.k.r I r-H.i,, Bi.. -.Num.
fit x' trail.)-. , 'By-
Jrs r it ec-ei i:.
i.. n.ufai-tur. I.'
A Clioice Assort
(.1 v.iri .in pats-m ..r. lia ll':-,
I. .fi iti....
.i.yjj a j iii' i J in n.
F-r .-'ale ;.t th- - ' '
o77 In. : t