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By c. S. DARTOW.
OS WEDNESDAY. : : JANUARY 8th.
At 10 U"eb.ek. aV Rmea,
tf til SU
: a VARIETY OF DRY GOODS !
' tWe'J A'""""' "
Cikaof t'.tU .IV. m
iii-ns Otter, JV.
..iMi.ei nt Auction!
OS SATURDAY, : : : JANUARY 11th,
At 11 o'cKb Viu at Brcwrr'e
Witf ft 'Jd nt MV A-rlUtm the I'.ritl-th Srktmmrr
Built la 1-uW at Albernl,
H TOa HtUlittRi TOSS CAPACITY.
JfJ C"V(fJ. 'J x" uu, Trrauil Faatrard.
TERMS AT .HAL.K. .
far further partlculara apply to C. S. BARTOW.
JUST RECEIVED, PER IDAHO,
rront Snn Francisco,
niCS XKW BP I .,
tiuUra Hate I. FeaOly Flour. Direct from the MiHa,
UrtiiMD Floor. Rye Meal,
Fire, li-Mttiuy, Oatmeal,
faer TaMe Fruit. Fear.
laM Ginve, Caara .,
Coa'a Gelatine, Bnvt Onion,
Hatch's Best Cream Cheese,
KtiitrnRMa Fler, wj ale.
S-w dira. Ffnr.h CnrrtnU.
St Afnum-U. Xr Walnut,
Caaea Caper. Caa ?J-td Oil,
f reefs Tapioca, Carry Fnw b-r,
Kinr-S-rd'e P.ree trrfc.
lb j sea Summer faenry.
best Cat. Ilwt, Streak Bacon
Sew ?aaikcd Satrooo,
. Sooi.aU Beef.
Tine AaL Cracarra, Sew- C!h,
Caare sod Boar Salona Bread.
rr Sale at the Law est JLtrlet Bates,
. At the Familf '.roc-erf nil Feed Store.
AO? In F I. B RTL1.TT.
rrcli Itrcnd I Fresh Rrcnl'!!
AVIXCS PRIin'riKII AV A I RIKER.
w ar unar pnrpoxwl to htfiuah Vaaukr aaU lk liblic
Frrsh CraJ and Hat Tra EIU Etrrj Uaj.
fr rVraJ .!UrJ tu all par et tk eitr fra of rf.rr.
.! at II- K. McIXTTRC A KImI.
lIi:ii:S F41II 18G9.
ICXFFfT TO RKl'KIVP. HV TIIK BARJ
l UVCr, 4ov lae. 'JO. aay aainaaJ apr'y UlARIkS.
ncln.in al tn atara arvt HjM aamrfwtaml, ar. laa an4
Uira o pae. Mr o.ll b lr.1)r(l OO.
t i. t M- AO. 3 OO wl tl OO. accord
las a tba lr af bbKimc.
panuna arl.a arn hm athvr llaal will ple.a at.l tb
mi a.iiui unM of ,laB to a ftut. aixl la Cuat. All
1 il a rmawti attvrulnt lv
ThK kmm ml tn p irelm..' ra oiTI amNa.nl In fill oa their
Iharwa at aa aJU.liuoal apramaMcroi. T rfniil.
03 la A4.irw. U. 3a. VTIIITXET.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S
Everr-thinr: New and Handsome ! !
I. IV. FLITXER,
kaahamaaa Strtrt, Ilaaelala.
I'MRRirAV OI.r IlfXTIXCJ ' LKVRR
j W rClltS j.mU.M Lfwrr Watchra,
S.frrr Lrver Vatehri,
. LatLea Srf. AacW Lever Watchra, Enaweied an.1
TtOimt Wallaa- TV alchra,
TwU Trt Chaloa.
LaJiea' 0. 4 Ptoa. C-U, CifflM, Pearl arvl Oojrt 5uoe,
LADIES GOLD SETS, all DESCRIPTIONS !
Curat. Elrnaco. Pvsxt, Foaartcl an.1 Jet,
bUmoni (latter an Slazte Staae KIa;s,
"nirar, V..Jti TWotMr. O-H.1 LArkota.
iMihl Pencil. Vpvetactra, an.l Cfealoo. . .
f.lver Nvpkln Rinyi.tnuloe larr.a.1, rnrarrj an a
Jrr PW. Flab ami Butter Kniere.
Bilrr fst ?pMM. Fruit Kaiera
HXtwr Knirve, F irkt, ponoa and Cape,
..vrr rrl Cwave, Tobarco Cosra,
I PiWer anJ l'ry Mte BoltrfW.
Unkl tala awi Key. ' -
A ;reat Varietf of othr Article
f Tf T it T7 tj O T T Ta A V fZ '
'-e ' w m
Confectioner ami Fa try Cook, !
Wri.I nr.MW"fri Ll.V CMI.I.TIIR
V aitentmo . ba.la mt fuaattiea. a.eav'boalvra awl the
"J 4arraliy Ubil
likuk awoet: mest op I
Fruit, Currant, Found, Sponge, Jelly, Creara
A IJrenI nrielf of ather Cake, j
t)f alt i,f 2 U,. 10 fl., nn,i u ti vi.i :
'TlraaaOTitr.! la all ftylra, aaJ asaW e lb ry brat butter
tod atlwr aoiavrMJa.
t W POl Di JIlrTTurs. 500 Pt)l DS Li 1V1 JOJA
la imsee an.1 Jar, ami a rt variety of
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES !
Ti Li.Ttjt tlsh'J'.l)ii t'f th ntmtr ivtn.r-l Artlrirj
Kf L llotvlnh tit in time.'
Alt f whirl are aimli. .1 mm th alae by himtHf. aat
to whwlt be anlwita the tbar patroaas of ewaeroaa paMet.
ale will aiaa bare aa kaed a targe aaaorUBebl f
German Christmas Coffee Cake !
OB, lH ALLtU KktMU WLAkKX.
Wpt. B. Onbrra o.ll be thankfully rxqr at hie atare.
r2k Klw SUartl aler le C'aeilo tc C'ooko'a.
CIiri.Htiii.H V IVciv VcsirM.
Cirr notiKH v.xr.nx n:.iRAiii.:
Mrlwefl prVn.. inelu-lioe rieb. bau.1 a ill alik.incM i
ant athor binl.ne. Awj-me Otraa wkt oa Fv-tr. Loee. i
MomUs, K-rioance. Kl!tn. A... Ac.
Jl VKItLC Bor.
-Th wet aat bvmC emtiail enllretlmo .
of aanrrtaininc Jarrmtra r afTnrxt here. j
riiininiatrn a lb. inrrw.ii-e alt the lalcet at, Ira.
rl.'M, bt-Mft anl arniini.'ntxl oitlk pwiniiFtt aal ewa t ntca.
p.ftrkt Alt.ua... Tw tyrtaxat la aaonualura) ha earlrte and
Franta 'ran $1 U $iX
nioTMia trin, lull plain an.1 cbevftl, suitable j
Iramjurf. A variety of Framra alan aa band. j
Fii.VIM.4Plt.4. fraale4 ia ''. .
C ARTM PR VI.-ITT. ac.lWO.H.af wr.r 1.000,
FRANT CoL K.l rilM, r-fr-arntln lorl. Roars.)
FMiWftTra, Aaiiuua Le?a. . The mo la Albaasa.
.L FKM.4 A"l PKM IL CASI. f Lrrr FalrcMM's
anrleaiinl asake. laa aaaartmaat eaibrarea caeca lue aaiiea
ami (. atb awa.
B-vtittATItr.l AVD FRAWr.W MrTTRrs cfcob-w an.
ierkna of plain an.1 otocd. Aioa. Fuaare Fraaae aad tiluae.
BOXES OF TOT ALFIIABKTs), Imwrtrd f ape, Ac, Ac
FtltT ko.L.f varbura aa-a aad aaality.
CHUM MIX AVD KOtRPS.
LAblKif PORTFOLIOS an.1 Travrliait Wfiliag Caara.
FKKMIXH IX MMRC'II OF
I'scfu!, Durable .lrticles for Ciiilv, '
UIH, lELtw TJ !
Examine the Assortment at the Eookstore !
" Of If. SI. WIIITXEV. I
DY E. P. ADAMS.
Oa TUESDAY, - -
- JArUAIiY 7th,
At 10 U'ck. A. M , at Sale fOra,
A General Asst. of Merchandise
dry toons, rLOTiinu. tuocrmis ir., it.
TIIK 'RKMI-K.S OX KI'Kl'1 FtRKET.
recently occupied by Cap. II. 8. llowland. Inquire of
' J. W. At gfix.
ITS T'fl - " -
a a Bar "m r a urilil tiu v
WASI3 1. ;to. .11 A K It! liT !
I ,y- Z ,m ,n? JaauarT. IsoH, a l V. A r i
y r UAKKLTwiIIk prrwiara tM-sl abuva Ihc '
HTm ll tkrrr K. At Co.. Nuiuna
tr-t. fit if. HUTTOX. fOHK AM It SJCSJtiLM
ill hrpt cnnalaatly on band.
fcOi la noiJTII A: BORN HOLT.
Just Received Per "Victor!"
and FtJit kali:, a '.mii.i:tk
Assortment of REDWOOD.
QOXMSTING Of 1 I.NCII IKIAUDS.
1 aiul inrh T"tj trj ,inl tSnnn-ttl lUmrds,
Alt aizr iniMltoj, ifc. f.
White O.ltr SL.tvt.l i.l,t.jlr,.
DOORS, WINDOWS & BLINDS,
I'AIXTS. Oil. XAll.S,
HMtL I'Al'Ki:. JtmrsilKS. dr., Jr.
Oj 3t furt, Kitif ami Mrrchat.t Stmta.
VOTIt'K IS IIKKFItV CilVKX TAT TIIIIK
il rartnr.hiu Ulrly Oblmn botrm II .N R V W. II VI N
an.1 M. fll 1 LI.I r?. 00.I-T ihr at; Urvt It YMAX a PHILLIPS.
a. tu4rl by BDlul crnvfit vn the I'Ah .i .y of Ivrrnibrr.
1M7. The tuaiiwai of Ibc Orm o.il hcrraftrr tc Cutvluctel ly
II V MAX IIKOS.,
Who KT a,onnl alt lMU;.ti. a aw a ill c-lk-ct all drbts doe
lotbc Ute ftcia t( UyBiaa f fbUlipa.
IIKVRV W. IIVMAX.
M. I IIILI.II-S.
In rtlrin from the Arm A II, man tc fbillti I mnrfally
anl raxatly a.k a raotinanrr ,t ibr p-tmiuice tt or frirnils
a my oen ww, Mraara. 11 1 m niv s.. a ik 1 am salis-
ftnl arr la tr.ry way wcrtby of iLcir u.pvt.
.' " -ZT
rwR SILC IX IU'ATITIF TO SiriT.
1 el 3m Iiy C. U KlCII AkUS At Co.
ia'ohk-n C.nlc .ifills Flour !
Bakers' Extra. Extra Family and Superfine,
I a. (laarlrr Surka.
IITK ARK IX BKCtiTlT'TOPTIIi: AHOVR
Celrtt4 Fkaar. l.y rvrry I'ackrt. dirrct I rum the
J4.IK. and waraanted of the beat tOallty. I r a.ile by
M lUm IPJLLU CO.
raMiR rxnr.RiioxF.n ins rkckivcii
k Iron Ih- llylru)trplc Oiaor, la W a.liu.abiu, CuarU of
toe lutk.winf Ulanoa a4 rcxi i
' Sfnitk. J-bntoo or Cornwaaia I.Uml,
iapr Kirn Rerf.
Th wh.a f on tw. Cb-irt. Uon jn Juty, IvJT. from or
wry of Limt. Br k, .f th. aarrej ing clontY aajavor
Cmnmtr. Thrjr are the iant Currrct Chan hi iat-fce.
Mil tf 11. M. Will 1. SKY.
4 Pn.l. lSORTMKY OX IIAXO. Sl'IT
ARLK ll.4jt.y nr HoMinf Prarola, an.1 at prirra
fr.o SlilailOrub. OiS l.p II. M. WHITXKV.
A LITTLn 31 o nt: lk:iit
I As we Import Only Downer's Kerosene OiL !
As we burn Only Dovmer's Kerosene Oil,
So we keep the Best Downer's Kerosene Oil
Inparlr4 iala thia Market.
AND WE SELL
Dow.Miirs Eii:iiosi:b: oil
.-!. Lute tut it an L hud l the M'irk't.
a airoerroaT or
Fashion, Pleasure and Irstruction.
JOURNAL OF FASHION!
The - -ry brt uprciairne of IJ.i b.a, Litcratare. original an.1
aebvtol rtjl .-t -tur. trl.j, NuT'trtfra, Ancb- on t.'.r Topics
"be JJ (rtlim Pitr.. C-a. Ait. M-rala. Fannlur
rnrno', l..lunu,. tMrgKli, II i ri. tie. r'uiuriie, llu
I k". Ot'l-ntitZ. w.ib ll.u ai.l uri(n p.
iii:ai:tifi:i.i.y n.i.rsTit atfii t
ui be ruD..i--a a .1 1,1.1 n.
T y R l H l'" "R-tra tear ; or f : p'JUra fr4a Nov.
1 .iV;.,.ic.3.Vy-laX.ab.. t, ..f ,-ia.e.
Apply to II. WIIIINt V.
im Astit IUr-r- l'ul.eatMnB.
PER . JOLArJI."
flMIK IMIKItslCMII l.ta R KCKIVKD
k by toe a'e at.ip. u rert frea lb anf icturrt.
a slflki.r K of
tmL m . . . . . .ft ft . ft - ! ft
'W'ritin'' and OCce Papers. Blank Rooks.
0 j c..,;
I.KTTIZ It PAPKIlf
WhttAt Crtrr Mtvr pirr. ruW- v tmrisit.
lU-aT ittkr-VaaJ ti-k. at a. fW--! If h trin
1 Utlm i !
Very ll.io while lrttr pi-r (I i:aii-.n curr..pol-ucrX
w aur bae.l :mtfli fc-u- r
PackM Vumt, plun. I.tue and whil.
l'ioriuia' tlr pir. ruir. anl anrulnl.
Ln.br Bath p"pT, wb'tr anl po.k. ru!"l aul plain.
Brat white Cap.rall an. anruted.
Ktoe UmI cp, at raK.I.
Heavy lr(l cap. rulrl.
N'wrmi.r r.p, nrub-.l.
Uat tJ.ilu.h. wl.ii. aa. blur Ui.l. plain.
Brat bravr white aui nul a4. mini anl unrolnl.
bcl brary l-lue paiatril immp. rulrw and auruWd.
Tba-k ir.ry aar, p.. in au-l ralrd.
ftfaiaU Ixll'l .ft r. plain a.l ru!..l.
Wa.r l.u"i (rrr 1 1 n4e pr, Varioue
Fawy r-lifr.1 rr, pU.u.
CmuTk. Inruk Iaucj parr.
liiit nlre a4 paprr.
NnnrM. k pap (w.ih Initial btlrr m'. oa it.)
MbCKLUMlOI S lAIi:itS
Brt bt avl whir. U I pair.
Br9. - ...-. I ft . -
Tbiu obt and l.iur ar Hii.t cnTrnt paprr.
It,. wb't. an-1 biu acn.ofit a arr.
flat r.p, mUH'. rub-d ad plain.
K i-5 ob.:r, ruftr.1 aiul plain.
Mr.l io., ,u, rui'd and plaia.
K--1.I aii.ir, ruU.1 and plain.
Choice drawinc r, r.i. . a. a
Faary fLA aal wl,rr pprr, pft,ll.ra.
Iirwh Iwaoe p,pft-. '4 all r. -r-., rjr rtrr.
tttnutt p.p'r. ! lr ,... 4.f.. ml.lirff, Ac.
Irllora irMtua eb4b. l .r..( plauaof uiarbinrry, Ac
rr.x.4 Hoi't 4 i tow Mara.
prrf. rald bur L Cr.jr.i -aprr lr drae.nr
t BIO bT-l paper,
) Fnot.oe area arl .k pao-r.
Frioor'. rard. of ail MyW-e, ttu-t ami swltrrb.
I'ootrr car. I ..-!. I ail c4--..
Ilar lwrr a.l M.o.l. paprr.
lu-at Ki.rftrk.e p'r
C".)inf letter b p-.--r
W tile and r-d rt til. aprr.
Tort t her with t trj liter Mad af rrrr la .
. IVst b-ar whit '-- lit. e; rtlr rnr.lfa.
IWrat a-aey caoary, bu3 anl Mraw b-t'-r rnv. l.a.
Op'.r ei..4 r4r and HW rnerb pr.
All OS". 4 wl.itr a.4e r.irU.-.
French ...nr U-I.r, (.tor snrl..a
OI'biirf ,n- k.la. f.l.rn .1 O ....I
' -t-r. -r. ..m.-.-i ra,,.....,.
tUt b y srht-. an,.! rufy A.-iikl rtT.aA,
Uk0f aiat, Lastt mn bus- r I-sits riittloi--.
lBd lNt e,,rI th'r Jrrllrrj::.M,,r- ,B tb' utlMm
F.r.lrl II. l. V II ITX F. V.
w ickxmk for uT!tii, stouk. tkm
; JLj Btonih l ran, fur at and a
i r""lnln T ,laFrn, ClKn. Cutfrry. ke., Ut ls U.ao hair ll
alor. yu parllcaUra ictair lata rtnora ao, Mrvrra. Lovr'a
T vaarry. rtuuana Mrvrl, lluooiuia, II. I.
oi M J. fl. CKLFRAQJC
Hook mid Ij:ildrr C-onip.iiiy.
A K K l I.A R MKKTIXC K
ILVT"- Ilia C.mn.ny ari.l In- l.-bl on l'iAY KV K.N--2VI.JMAKV
. U. at 7 o'.b. k. Fuuctual
ilrtMJur ia rttiviti. I'rr f-r,
II. II. CKAIIUK, Swriary.
$6 50 Tor $3 50.
in si:. i i,e; vnii i:.t,
SI.I.I.IX) T N.V KK A.VCIVCO. AS I'KR
iml Ma. kit K at If-Hu J 4 iU l j r ,
Offered in Lots to Suit Purchasers at the
Low Rate of $3 50 per BbL,
Ad I lea aon-filing l uuai.titr. by
TIIKOI). ('. IIKCCK.
But Im Cornrr of fort anal Mrnluiat atrrria.
I Acliiiiiiilralor?.i Notice.
' A I.I. I'K.RSOXS II A VIXti (I.AI.MS AOAIX.-T
1 jY. Iba Kataltr of KoKAl ( J.A I. I'akr), lale of K.4.,
' Kauai, an r-.--l lu prrvnt Die umr, an.l all tl. la.
ilrt-lnl to ll.B t.mtlK n.skr imtrclUt ynMrnt lu tii ua
I ilriixiw-J oa krf.w January IS, IVit.
TllOi. II. MAKaIIAI.L, AJmiowtralor.
N'awil will. Kauai, Ivc. 10. '?. Mt& 4t
OIIKIIT RVC'ROFT. IM.l'.MHKR IIAV.
1X1 thi, Jay ma-lf an Ai r,ciinnit t4 all liia n.Tlr, for
bmcfit 4 Ma rralitr, to Ihr uiid'T'ieimt. cmli.'in. are
bcrrby rcqu-UP'l t prraciil Ihrir cUiu, anJ -rn Id.1cI.icJ
to make yDM-ut uumaltately tu the uiul.-rsiciml.
A. F. JVVli.
Ilonulula, IW. 21. I.07. Ooi 3t
PASTURE TO LETT "
$.lolM.l ib .r.mi- .f Hip I
j 1 rji.i.t:r, h t i.-i. ti.p itu
TIIK I..IKKK I'ASTI'IIK I.AM) All.
I ii.ltr.iffi.r.1. in HAL OA
tur it vi-li f.iM-rd In, and
J iitaii ibn-e baixlml acrra, n.uf e Iraa, anJ I of a-y ao-
partM.-uiar ai.i.ly to
101: sae.i: !
JfST A It l I V K I . I'KR -(. Xr.'. FROM
I lie Oclxsak a, aud fr aalc at very low raira,
j A Large Assortment of Spars,
; PuHable fur Arbouarra an.1 lt.at Mama an.l P-r IJirht Wharf
I S.l pll II. IIACK-UI CO.
I The Undersigned, Agents for
j jSKSSRS. IIKinsiKl'K & Co., RIIF.IMS,
Jll.-ll.-". nt'IMIAUT I'KltK If FIL9, RIIl'.IMS,
iR. ALOLI'IIE foLwl.VS, CHALONS ria MAUNK,
- Are in rrgi-Ur rrcvit of the
j ColebiTitod Cliampagnos
Of tltm above b.auea. whirh thry odi-r t.r aale fr.mi
simI tu arrive.
bia 3ia II. IIACKFIXD A Co.
I CUU1) UKK.ti) II I KKK. APPLY TO
1 il 11. K. M. 1NTVKK bKO.,
Cor. Let aoUKinic atm-ta.
A T I .
1 O !
1 -V Tuily !
FROK ENGLAND, Via SAN FRANCISCO,
l'KU STEAM El: "IDAHO,"
AND 11AVK UV Tills AND LATK ARUIVALS,
ii ni:i:i vsiie:s(v.
La. 1 fJn.U an.1 Cl.iJ.trrt.', ll.irry,
LoJh-. an4 Urnta ' K.J tilnva. all r.4n and very choice.
La.1 ami Uvula. Uuckakiu Uluvea,
liiib l inen.
All W.-J Solars.
Sluiia.r lb-rnota. Cloaka, ke.
H la.lr lirrouUM-a,
Llama C oak,
Clack an. C b-r-l Silk TlrHe,
Col r.l S.iK Vrtift IlibUma.
LimI ra' an.1 Cbiklrra'a CloUi Jackets,
W hit Uama.
r im L.i-i.Tia of all LliK
Siena. Yuotlu.'. Ttuya' L..lira
au.1 M.aara llata rar.uua.
TmifT of all ki.nl.
Utiui.ir txrirh Fralhrre,
U-ruui. r IcT.K-l. r'lw-ra.
r-iii G.m.-r V.iU.
Muti.o. Jjconrta. Tape Check
MarrJait" Mnllfa ami White French Satin,
Lailiea ao4 l.aea tiait ra.
With FlxlmjH -f nil A iii'I. from . a Ewlkrin to a
C"i'i--r W'triitliuj 1'itn.
N. II, .HIND, the sr.CKCT is nt No. 10.
AT J . T. WAT ERHOUSE'S
(UI KKX'S WHARF.)
j oTOlOIlN'G JSOTl.
J' 1ST RKCK1VKD A LA HUE A XI) CUOICE
! a I xv u if ons,
I Vx Fitvfly an l strainer M.thn ami et!.cr late arrirala, IncluJ-
all cln.irr Sla-k-, fr tie rli.-.ip fr cah nr ft mart rn
t tim. a. It will wit pay in the lour, run to make Ihc gant pay
: P-r the ll, an.1 I am ilt'lrrn.iiml t.i uiamtain n.y rrpaiattun
t r cli-apm-". In ajy nrw S.nck th-re will be found a laree
' in,Miiy of ('lo'.l.i..;. matle i f th lt mattrial an.1 al.lrhnl
, wnn iiir-l u.l.uic ..r u.ia riin.ate, a more wi.ki. win .
' he Bi .ck t I.lb SU.1. l.-.kin C.4h l.C. Tar.nl CI.4l.inB,
' Mm' an.i t..j" Sun m. r C.att a...i ta. k Aira. ci.h an.l J
; Linrni lllw F.aniM-1 truiia, I'.i.ta of all kiixl, Sbirl of all i
jALartre Quantity of Whalemen's Slops,
I . . . . .
. Proffana. 4rC. au.labl f lli Ar-t.c. A I am about Incliawl
. off ibe C'Mlimjt .4 my m.k. rl baraint can Lc ob- I
ug prtiH 4 my alck. fu-l orf
Full Vtirtlruliirn ie',11 yiren Vrivtitrly.
rr JXO. TIIOS. WATKRHOl'SK.
ON SALE AT J. T. WATERHOUSE'S. i
A 'kK oil!. ii i-i -Ij J.i amrM !
at tr at 9 ta- m a m. aaaaw'w. . LT aT tk
fr-ao H.nm. I ran icur.arv thi, ilie tfruuiue arocle, an.l i.o
f-llft-T , ie Bl.lftU. A. m . i;ei , .iimi ...iftiiinj
JSO. TilOS. W Arr.UIIOlSfc.
N. It. I liar- li'vr-rr-! KrrHO-n Oil .!- n.it improve by
are. aiwl th-" 1. a r--l rf.-al of old Oil. thai och-v fit .l. a
Wft-il a cucfidt-r.'-i' oil of ra.lM-r a .Uuk-timi rb"u-t-r, in the
aaarket. ptfi luj Jfll.N TlloS. WATt.Kllot M
. i : xv a n a v mki i : s !
Ex "Iolani," from Roston.
I.KMOX SVRI P-VFRY fl-
Caa T-enalo K-lrhu,
Ca Sabratu. lu eta...
IU.X al-ralua, Tlhararh,
Caw Sacr. In (I um,
ttr liillrT. IU lalaM,
Cara rVprr, In rjau,
Car Tal.W ra'l.
Tirrrra lln ia Lilnr, vrry !-?,
Caara l'j.irru jrl, in tin,
K.tla No. I .Mackerel.
Krga bri.-l Appl',
T -T aale low by 1. B AKri.KTT.
i n Family tirocrry an.1 Fred Slorc.
i:. o. ii. IM, cV so.
I g A V K J I'vT R Kl'KI V Kl J
Frrnch Calf hklrx,
pai.la Crus ts4e latlirr.
fanla Crus llarnr. l-allr,
M..r C.4.. a id Harp Stove.
('- I'nik iTinf,. Linen and Cotton Twr.,
TM. I.m,.k. W bile ai.1 lirown, la.M-n a.kl C4bn,
Mrn'. W no'u'i, Mftir an l Children's lloalrry.
CaiuMie ld.-ln,-, and Iim rtMr.s,
Full Aftonrtnif nt of tioods, too .
XunieroiiH to Spec if jr.
r o it .11 s a i i u s c;
KIK OVKR OM: TIIOI Sl FORMS
w , in t . .
Lctral ana Business Transactions
uvbu.uuii uuol"log uiijuooiuo
It. IV. llF.NT, Counaelor.itt.I.HH.
THf Ol.nilS LAW Mir.FP.
fAX t IIANIS'', CALIFollNI K.
For Stile by
II. M. WIIITNIIY.
SAT l J HI) a r. j.i.vr.iM' 1.
I li I1:itiili)ii tory Apju'iilN to !--
, , M .
Imve of Lite hail Irtqi:. i:t i:i-iMiut -.ll
puMio utu-ntiuii to the iu;u.u" m. iit .f tl.o iov-
(miiit nt rrtvn, u tli rlitaKl.. to the country,
hii.1 mi injiirv t tho pul.li.: intt-rtt. V.c l.nv
now ai.oth.-r illuxtniti..n. nC.rJol l-v the H.ncin-
mt'iit native iic..i j-r, t-.tllcl tl.e An xJ'.ua
w hich, in n Kcric of article? uppaiin; in its col
uunirt the urt few weeks, is seeking to inflame t!.c
native j.pulati..u a-.iiiiht the foicincrr, to make
the foriiK-r j-..l.us of the latter, ami to inr-pire dis
trust un.l luiticl )etwccii thcin.
L-..ler ordinary circumstances, this i..i-ht i,-.t
vvorw.y o. nouec, out co... ,c. t..v .
ti.at tne article are wriucn i.y a ouu-rnmna ui-
fi.x-r, and evidently nt the ini-taiu ami with the
knowledge of the Ministcrf., it luw a more niniti-
cant iiniort. Jcsilour-v and hatred Wtwceii races
are the Littered for.ns of animoMty, aul w1k
ontxj kindlctl, generally h-.id to lIood.-hel and to
th fitil exteniiiiuLtioii of the weaker or col. ne. 1
race This hns lieeti the rxrriencc with the
Al.l.bS..t..n r,.. In V..rtl. Ameri.-n. wi.J. ,i.
... - - - - 1 - ,
1 S4tnirli in the Wot Indies, (Vntnil and South
America, with the Knslihli Colonies in Australia,
,. . . , , , , ,,
inn l)iciu.in h IjiikI and vcw Aejihui. I, as well as
evcryw hero that hatred between the races has been
created and fosteml.
l'p ti this time the whole tenor t.r the inter-
course Wtwccn foreigners and natives of the Ua-
wniian Inlands has been to in.ire frinuiiy feel-
ings, and to remove nil diidrut. JJut here wc
have a ncvvsj air, uhlishcl l.y the (jovenimcnt,
nn.hr the immediate control of the Ministers, who
are rolcly resa..r..-ihlc for every line in it, issuing
ii.fh.mmatorv articles to li e native?, tcllm" them
that the forci-nicr are dvMVi.iiK to ro'j them or
their ri-hts, tUir proirty and their country, tu i ,ne up w ,r"' " l"e ,no" ""rl"nl in.iu.mr.es j pen singers. ,vu tt.e cnoir pertormers, twelve, gen-
, . . . ,, ... ; of any country, she Ins undoubtedly been surpassed tlenien and fourteen ladies, were natives, and cer-
trample them nnder, to . rive them to the moun-( , , . . , , , ,,.,,...!
Al . , . . ' 111 this industry W other nations. vc find in this tamly they have been faithfully drilled by some skill-
tauis, and calling on thcin to rise and rc-ist. Uut , ..... , . .- . .. .
, ., . . . , , 1 group a smalll exhibition of manures, and fish oils, j ful vocaliat. We suspect it is Miss Lmma Smith, who
111 order that our readers may nuhie lor theme-elves, ! ,, . , . . ., . . . . m. 1 1 . - . . . -
" " r ranee is nearlv a stran3tr to this in.lustrv. tliere ! riresi.leil at the instrument ilnrinrp li Twrf..mianr r,f
we tiuH-rt a iraiibiauou oi one oi me aincics re- Mag Lut WI cxLib-ltoP fcf coJ llvCr-oil and manures,
fcrrcd to : ju lujs cajjJt arc arranged oils fn.m every source, in
C'utlrratMnil. O I'roplr of Ifnwnii. .which samples France excels. Tobacco and cigars
t:rcat has U-en my astonishment in observing that j n,i a large simce in this group.
by the showing of the A uoion, it proclaims that by; ...... . .-
the insti-uction of the foreigners and their laU.rs j ' rre" one of the sciences
f.r us, the blessings of the lH-oole have len atmine.1, I making the greatest progress, and it would be inter-
. . . . f . i" .1 . . .
in its vain glorious saying, " How did the natives oh- ! esting to follow the chemist in his practical and in- were also all dressed ullke. Their bearing and man.
tain the land now held by them Was it not by the i ,lstriui manifestations at the exhibition, but other I ncr on the stage were those of old performers, per-l-crsevcraiice
of toroigncrs ? I ufiinn that it was not. , -, ... , , ... n-u i I -. -
i;ut it whs granted through the lov of the chiefs f..r "l uVmaud our attention. There is a Urge . f.xtly self-possesse.1, which is a prominent trait of
their children, the common icop!e. I have never hibitioU of cheuiicals fi-oui which colors are de- Hawaiians. Every one went home, not only well
seen iu the history of Hawaii nei that the foreigners ' rived. Colors derived from aniline are to-day con- . pleased with the concert, but most agreeably disap
t.H.k part in the battle of 1 10, nev er, never. j B,orvj tlC In(t important, for they comport with j pointed in finding that we have vocalists of so much
And this I would observe, tf the foreigners have , .- . c--.ii i i , i ,-.,-
ltU.re.1 for the tiovcmn.cnt and Tor this iH-ople, they cvcr UuU SswiUerhtnd, and Ger- , merit, and who would appear creditably in any coun
have U-en lilerally repaid. In whose hands are the '. many, have alove all the speciality of auiliue colors. : try in the world. We hoj there will be a repetition
rich green valleys of this land the fine comfortable J Mineral colors, acids and alkalis, and vegetable of this concert at some early day, and that no lover
houses T Their numerous flocks of sheep bleat by the j alkaloids occupy a large Ppaec in the exposition. of music will fail to attend it Since the above was
thiol y streams, and their hum ire. Is and thousands of i , , . , r. . , . ! . .
cattle range on the plains and the mountain sides of In the "anufacturc tf soap France undoubtedly m type, a gentleman well qualified to judge of good
Hawaii nti. They are fed with the heritage, nnd they i excels, and the Mnrsedles soaps en;'y a world wide niusic, has handed in a communication l elating to the
driuk also the cool falling waters of Hawaii nei. They i reputation. The manufacture of candles, samples of j concert, which will be found elsewhere,
devour to satiety, and uselessly devastate the wealth j wi,icu are here exhibited, is an industry in which all I '
tf my mother land ! Have not the foreigners beeu , . f uxm to , , tL- , j Masonic Fk.tiv.vt-Last Friday evening, Dec 27,
puiienibundantly recomiH-nsetl ? i, . , . . 4. , . . A T ,
It is s.iid that the ev il t.r my words endanger " the ' Kngland and Austria are ev idently ahead of France. ( being the day of the Festival of Saint John the Evan
exciting of jealousy," by my saying that " the desire j Samples of varnish and glue tike up considerable j gelist, the Lodges established in this city, according
of the foreigners is to render this t.eople wholly desti- j .m... n th-s gallery are also arrauged the leather , to ancient rule, iustallcl their officers elect for the
tutcofp.-o,lyaddisti..cti....with the thought to j , ,-u r ; " , r , ensuing year. The officers elect of Lodge "Le Pro-
forcibly dnve the atH.rigiual natives back into tlie . ... , . - r r. i - , -
i.....mt tins, like the Indians of the Unitl State." leathers are noted, those from llorleau possessing gres de 1 Oceanic, are J. O. Domints, W . M. ; Alex.
The M.'.tivc truth of this is exceedingly plain to me, the most favor iu Paris. The process of tanning is MeDuflT, S AV., and J. S. Walker, J. W. ; and the co
aid in order that it may Ins illustrated, it is prefer wj,at gives them their superiority over American reuiony of their installation was performed in an im
iTtoubl '! trance and IWlgium surpass all i press ive manner by II .A. P Carter, P. M For
Miss P.riekw.MHl. On the arrival of a certain foreign ' other cotiutrics. ; Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 , the officers are J. A. Ilas-
woman, that lioail tunicl out the Hawaiian girl, and ' We shall notice in passing through this gallery a - singer, W. M. ; A. F. Judd, S. W., and T. Hughes,
put into her place a irAie siinue.l Jortintr She ! fctot.jj wf mediciut-e, sufficient to set up several apoth- J. W.", who were installed by Bro. AV. F. Allen. P.-JL
was not turn-out for any inon.,H.tei.cy,but inoiier , . number or large and small sponges. ! At the close of the installation ceremony in the first-
to give a comfortable l.ving t the fortntr. Audi J 1 . J . ... . " named Lodge, the brethren were called fl to a ban-
we ask, is not this a clear pi-0-.r of contemptuous ti-eat-' ""Pe variety of thells, animal skins, and turs, quet 1;liJ iu the lower ruonjg 0f ti,e Lxnlge, which was
meut, of the foreigners meauness, if anything can i probably made up, but not obtiiued in Fi-ance, beau- , furn;sbed hj the Master Elect, Bro. J. O. Dominis.
be 7 It is a plain prooi, ami eucti is tlie well-known ; tiful specimens of wax work, honey, corks, agricul- Here they were met by the .Master tlect and breth-l-lief
at this time, that these jt.ple are the ones who tum 1roijm.ts sut.h ns Tains, and" a very extensive ; ren of Hawaiian Loilge No. 21. In accordance with
proclaim publicly and with exultation, "We are the I ... - ' . . e., .. . ... . ancient custom, the Junior .Warden of Lodge le Pro
friends of Hawaii ! we are the friends of Hawaii ! " j d'sr'l-y wtwls from the forests. A c shall now ' Artcr refresLmcnts had been partak
whilst their real thought and desire is to trami.le Ha- leave this gallery and pass into gallery I. This is en of tlje fij resular toast was proposed by the J.
waii under foot.
I before stated (In a former letter), that the wish
of the newspaper of H. M. Whitney was the clectiou
of foreigners only, and iu the P. V.Jt-lvrrtiser of the
-1st of Dccciulier, this is the language used : " J-or
t-igners, wherever they can be had, should le chosen." !
It is a great attempt to ucceivc, nut tlie animus or i
their uivam is revcaici. it is greatly tioasted that
the Haw.iujiiis are olu ;itil, but thoc foreigners here
, now say " i lie foreigners : the loreigners : ! the for-
. . m. . . . . .
eigners only should 1-e cUvttd, not the natives of Ha- j
These foreigners hei-e auit.ng us arc bousting of
their jir4Tty. Uut fitm whence did they obtain
their riches? lid they come fr-iii abroad with their
wealth ? No. We can rvuieuil.fr certain of them who
- l.hVr M.-.ri.i.' hIi-'umnI ahirt4 and wait and lion.
C'l,"C I,,l',rr Sll lKM MiiriS ami Sail atl-l Jep-
t coats ; and were it not f..r the Hawaiian, they
could not get a morsel of food. Therefore I turn
again to you, my brethren of thh
lis jus. pie : 44 Unite en
masse (the pyer of iiak
together fit.ui llawiui to .Niihau, and elect th.Mi? of our
. .. . . , , , . ., ., i. ...,.t...M
; let US stand erwt, and show ourselves
j that we are a eople who understand the preserving
ot our own rights ; lest possibly the thought of these
foreigners Im' to obtain entrance into the legislature
and st-k occasion of offense for the object of petting
our (loveriuiiei.t into trouble.
lent into trouble. Then they will laugh
plishmcht of their desires the thing we '
nt the ..cc...
now faiutlr hear rumored of the transfer of our Oov-
i eminent, then, if w. are not Numd together by
treaties, and unite 1 to other governments with whom
wc are on friendly terms, then we shall perhaps real- !
ize the truth of the dream in the indiscriminate rol- '
U-ry of our country by the persons alluded to I
of Ursa i wte sc,;!;t 257 ;
stand rr-ct pi f..rwarl and carry y..nr lutltots for j
those of your own blood ; for those w hose characters
you understand. and show to the foreigners by your
acts, your iiideiH-ndence and your readiness to pre-
H-rve vour native land. Show forth that the lan-
guageof the foivigiiers is false, saying that we aro
Hangers oil l.-r ll.e tuiaO oi a living yr,tHijiittmrnai.)
Oive your atleutioii and n fleet ion to your Sovereign j
and to the land ..four nalivily
Tin is the d. sue and ki ih-.I of vour brother of the
same bhal and your oUd'ei.t m rvai.t. i
A Tr.fK Htwviivx.
III his f'.rst article, this true-lhoded Hawaiian j
wrote thus: j
44 It seem from the leading article of the news-
ajer I'. . idrertiirr 'i'-'A Noveinlier), that a gen- i
tone reiHli.oii is gatl.erii.g. nn.l n tlie views ol tlt
w lio.e lft 1UI.1.HHI oi ll inn.. .ift..1.1 mill hhw; vt
. 1 . ., -
that i.n.M-r. t.icii we have the summons to nl on our
s .-t . . , , n ,
. . - . . . r r 1 1 I
armor ... i.r.'inraii.ui i.t i. wur oi reieti.oii wiu.ui
our own land ; but, praised be the name of Almighty
tio.1, that he was pleased not to give l.eai t.4 to the na
tives of Haw tii. Similar to the black hearts of thusf
uho blackguard them here."
There Lis nothing a p hii nil in the AJnrtisrr
which will warrant these iinvn.liary and inflaui-
. ma tor v nt4ii!rt to the native race. There has not
! one word been utter.-. I that will justify this nt- i
.... .. . .t
!. ...i.t b. iii-Lire tl.om will, l.-.ir. Wc bave ur.'.il.
and Mnl urge the election ot yooil tm it as rt pre-
r,,t utiles lo the Iejit.ilurext if they can I
' ', olfierw ise ..reigucrs. rs.ine ol t:ie men .
J who f..r the last two or three years have Ih-cii (
; representatives, arc well know n to Ik living in j
v i llation of the laws of morality and n ligioii, and
! to have Imvii either oih.-e holders or n-elcrs after j
I public olli.-e and favors. Such men are not true i
1 n i.n isciitativcs t.f the I ii lc. and can never Vote '
: iuijirtially on iui..rt..iit (intio?is
llicte ap4-;tls oi the I ...vei iimrtit prcst nresuro i
t.i en.te triioble I etweei. fi.rci M.crs and natives. '
1 Lev must cause distrust ; and i.-al.ui.-v once en
, , -ii i ii i r .. - i
gcn.h-rc.itiinnoti-usiiyi.eci.eck.il. n tins i.i-
, I V I" to "ht i-..iiti....t .1 ...I toe i-i.ll ... iitt- i.iii.-. .i- .
- , .,, . ,, , c
! met, foreigners w ,11 be c.,n,,4-ll.il to prepare for
.the worst, t. defend their property, their own I
, lives and those of their fau.il.fr.. No planter w ill j
j Im- halt; without providing uu armed jitrol, t. rely j
' on in titse of an oulbrctk, which must nun-ly fol- !
', low iuch up4ils as those that have lately np-
j )4-arc.I. And each foreign jK.vvcr will l.e n.ui- j
J ja-llcd to Million n war csst 1 to protect the inter- j
wan : I! I..cs not this cohiiriu what i stated iu j French architect modeled his plan ot the building Sovereigns, tlie latter of whom
my first article " They art the mtmUt of the ptopU, ., fi,t .i,nw.i n bran Knlishman. How- I admirer of the Order. Tlie
and Ihrir desire i to deprive us entirely vf property', . , ...... . i.. -.i.i i l..wel. amonc which was the
ami distinction I J I XTtnv nf tlir tw.i I.i.imiM! rim
Tl.t-.-e nrti'-i. - :ir- i.ii hiovo.i- i.ininlv 1.-:..!
wria,.n ,v a l-kn .wn Cnnuct n. l.-v.v,
! n...l. W unrlon at the in.to.uv ..-! ith'the
, r , , . . , ... . ... ... .
lull know Iciu- 4.r Iii.-i Mii-orinry. t- will n.t now
,, . . . , . . ., , ,
niimt' the irti. wlm are cuiuvriniJ in them, l.ut
. ... , , . , , , , ., .
'. . v ' ... - . ., . ... ,
tinucl. .No .MiiiiMrv t'.at rt-oi ts to su-h n
No Mini.-try that revolts to jsik-Ii n 1 1-
. . "
.on o.,.irP-, -..n ..n- roii.am in puMiv lav.r.
j The vt-.iii it MKT limn mi.il i.n im lf .i.er or
latT, witli tlisatroiif. ctR.rt, not inert ly t the in-
tlivMunU -ou..i;.mi. it, l.ut to the chiefs nn.l the
who!..- j-ople. V; vain Minitcr s-.iiit taking
j n Mcp t.K.far. There i.- a .int hcyoiul whi.-h f.jr-
lxaran.f ii a crime. AVo wIf.1. no tronl.!e. the
f.,rt.iIM.ri( HlVh n trn,.,e w;tIl t!ie Iiativo ,lllt
.,, .t ,urc of tic tvernmcnt pr.- will
as Mm.,y ruU jn trwuLlo as tI e ,uagnct inU
j EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENCE Ho. G.
. Paris, Soj.t. 27th, 18G7.
! The Universal Exposition.
- In gvllery &th of the French department, one must
I ntif the admirable moul lings in metal, cart
wheel tires, railroad axle-trees, iron lars, thin sheet
( 1 n tol its.ii i 1 c stn.1 t.it.it.i t . .1 r. a- aw 1 .
I . . . . . . , , , .... ,,
. criptK.n, Hutlieient to supply the tock of . . Ladd
; , . , ,
; on Fort Ftrett for many years. One mu.-t notice
: . , . ,, . , . , ,
also 111 passing the silver learing lead, raw and
wrougijt linCt ,.,,,,1, !U1, m inufaeturtxl copjr, sheet,
! tinf Rnil iCAli I)5pe cimr.h docks and chimes, and
j objects of art, coppered or bn-nzed by galvauopbisty.
Desides this, there is exhibited a rich collection of
' minerals, of salts, salt pctrcs, gj-psum, ni-iiLlcs,
j slates, pottery, cliy, s.tnds, &c, all fn.m Frcuch
! Africa. After leaving, the great st.itk of hardware
' hich raucc has exhibited, we pass on to articles
i Wrf u,nft l-"9 u,Uch to the chemist.
AlrtK?h France Las M.ow.i great skill in the work-
a" A .
rlv n siran3tr to this in.lustrv. there
i o v
a gallery devoted to
Labor and Machinery.
It is a large
wide gallery about eightv feet in height,
, ., .. , ,-, " P
ds the entire Palace like the wall of an
nmphitheatre. The whole exposition building is of j
iix.ii. and it is this outside high gallery wUicu gives
UKC c n... c t;ie English anrlv in derisiou to he i
r v imisii mil ik i : t't av i it'll iiirt .111 il n nuiic lUHimciii. i
1 t il 11 ; J a
-t " - , -
1 believe, However, mat uie x.ngnsu ciauu mat tuu
adapted to the purposes ot a great international ex- I
hibition. The large gallery iuto which we have now !
come is alive with busy industry, and resounds with
the hum and bnr.le of machinery in motion.
, . . J . , . . , !
High above this vast col.ection of every kind of ,
machinery, vises a huge organ, which is almost con- I
stantly played, living out its melodious music as an ,
.ml ..f nv-r tl.o triumohs of human labor, i
France has sent to this department of the exhibi
bition a great lumber of lubor saviug machines, car
riages almost without number, aud of every kind, ;
railroad locomotives, and ears, plans of depots, models ;
swimming schools, models ot war ships, printing :
presses, diving machines, iron safes, telegraph in- '
striimeiits, etc. lieforc noticiug any objects in this i
! .lej.artiiKiit which might interest the visitor, I must
trouble you with a few statistics. j
The mechanical service required by all the eoun- j
tl.;cs ,T,w.te.l at the exhibition is effected by fifteen
m"- I-11 - bu;ijin ,
tance of '.HI fitt from the Palace, and tlKse are sur- j
mounted by a chimney it) feet high. The fiftecu ,
m.ncratora distribute their force in the following i
,,,!,n,ur' . . , I
France retires for its service a total force of :0.
nurses, me .orincrii a.f. iu i uerii .iaie oi vieriiutny
have iH.ilers cjual to hie H.wer, Switzerland a
17 horse power, lnite.1 Slates a ,'sJ horso p..wer, and
, , , , . . ,
l IW h.-rse power, the whole e.lUal to oJ2
horse K.wer. To this must t added the stea.-u Hwer
ri'.juirel for ventilation, and the hydraulic act-vice of
the Palace, and the annexes in the Park, and the
whole would then amount to alx-ut llMK) horse jniwer.
France, llelgium. Northern Germany and England
furnu:, il,eir own uu.tive power, while the propcllin
t .i . . I .. .. . . . . ,
lftower for Southern tiermany, Austria, iiterlan.l
and the United States is supplied by France. The
hydraulic service is charged to supply daily OO.tKX)
cubical feet of water for watering, steam, washing.
cascades, and streams. This enormous quantity of '
water is supplied one-half by a reservoir, placed on j
an elevation 100 feet from the Palace; aud the other
, ...... ..j - . , , " V. . . 1
l...lr aa iu.a arhil l ! .1 1 1 Ii a i if 1 ( at H I It. .isa) luiUor t.ll I
i the tuink el tne .-H'luc. ine ariinciai veniuaiioii oi
ft II. I I .'ll.'lll' IH Mftl'll.lll...SI.ISl ..V 11.1'il.I.?. Ill ltlLll'IlL 1.111- I
, . ...! ii t . i ....
. .. .... .. . .- ..... I
O.f II.ilL ft.J..ll 11. 1, Ull.Ull .-F ftlft'l ?v
tH.wer. They are capable of giving hourly i.lOO.tkkl
ci,u.:,l ft f air, so as to U able iu the space of
WO i,OUrs to entirely renew the atmosphere of the
If wc commence our explorations into the Gth gul-
lery of the Fn-nch section ut aU.ut the hour f noon, j
we shall find all the machinery in motion, and ojht- j
ators at their work. We see on one side of us instru-
mcnts that comb, card, cpm, stntch, twist cotton, i
w.H.len, or silk thread, and all the loom weaving
btufl's of every kind in full ojH-ration. Here they are
"" "" "w preat ,
. a" I a 1.1. .... 1 m .. . .. I Z . . .1 . .1 1 .. ..Ala
many; there they are making jewelry, and disposing ;
I . r . 1. r.. I..... .... ....I .A
"ll sn v..- ........r. . . v : j. , iv. , .
those who will buy them as much for their value as a '
. ., ... - - .1 .
K',' ",r the cxiN.rdioh, as for uny service they .
Mny (,( tiwii. th) t..rt.,atU.u ,.f hh umUi.tg by j
.,,.1,;,,,.. 5s u,,. n nl,d there pn-sses are at work I
j,rti,tins enormous pictures of the Kinperer and Km- I
j,r, ftj u ten.ire ; here is a loom for weaving cash- j
iu,.rt. shawls by means of a new system of cauls.
Ab.-re the most beautiful and citly shawls are Wing
nia.le, and there is a lot 1.1 for embroidered or figured
shawl and f ssuc; m is a mixel l.xnn for linen
I rtt8 ofils milijoctu, nho will lo pure to njfnl t
it flr rvtctti'n. InJl w I. t lias nlr.-ii.lv nf-
; j-m-f, N a HufHiiont jiiftificiti'in fr Frattco, Kn-
i l.i i il or Anirrim to nation a ar u-.ri.cre jor-
f vrctting wotVtI by plcam or by han!, dituf-V, cr.m-
j i"l oii, an 1 bo email that the weaver cau work it in
I ,l"w f-1"11; there is a machine for felting threo., uu.I
! ,,e,v a '"S the jrtxvw c.f jjh-f
! "''"K. Iwi'g'ngs oiil inij.i.;.ns can I wn, an.l
1 ,nt re a '"r naug rt.j M at work; bre
tt 1 ,,rt. whiclt prints both i.Ie ,.f the Ju-et
i " ''7,D- Wit,, .CUrwl t'"'.Te I'1' Tv
uucing IJ.Om imprestkiot.3 per hour ! aiij there U a
! - ..... . , ,
I curious m.whiue stojnpin railway tickets, aitt pnut-
. "fring, an.! rutin.- every aort c.f can! of
, '"li " vht-jTare r,.km? wnly, whuh
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c Pi 'f .'mw . im
' little tUn.Li throughout tS I tl.o. iw
j ftre ta lking huttmis. f.-:ith. n, bru.hci., cl.xl;. and
! watches, hx-ktt work, inhvM w.rk, an l 90 we miht
pon, ?jn.lin .l.iys in this dopstrtuH-nt, an l watch-
! ins 'he iiuii.ort.us iuterut:ng operations which arc
; here .J.pphiye.l. This ga!lery is OO fvtt in wMth, au'l
. the French lei.artmeut alone oocui.ivs a fL-aoe nearly
IbKJ f.-ct i.i length. Libop.u
xotks of tiic w:-:i:k. '
J V.Hj.tu Mimc. Notices aj.iivl in the pajralast
i Week calling attention to a coiieert to be given at
; Kaumakftpiii Chuix-h n Tuesday evening, lVceiuber
I 31. So little ha. I beeu sai.1, that without anticipating
; any great display of oc;il Ulent, we went round to
i the church, which we found well filled with natives
- - j - imhi.ivi, mail uui rixvic.
at the east end of the room, was tastefully bedecked
with ngs and flowers, and on it stood a modest
iuelodou. No one appeared to expect anything
more thau an ordinary school exhibition, and the first
two or three pieces did not dispel such illusions ;
but when the full chorus of ITui Piuta, A"u .'ue,
Hoonani la .Makua, and the closing one, t .' Aa .'
tre're tttmm'd the stream, were heard, with a power
and harmony that were pleasing, everybody was
taken by surprise. It was such singing as has never
lnvn surp.assed in Honolulu. The double quartette,
" Call yAi," was executed to perfection, and was
repeate 1 by special request. The chorus of Johnny
I Schinoker, sung, or rather performed, by. five juve-
niles, couli not have been better done by the most ex
1 . ar a. .
! nresi.leil at the instrument ilnrinrp h Twrf.
j some of the pieces. Mr. Peter Kalaikini is thelea.ler
j of the choir, had charge of the concert, and ' de-
I serves crelit for the manner in which his duties were
! performe.1. The fourteen female singers were dressed
i n i i i t-. ,-,
exactly alike, in white dresses, red sashes, white kid
gloves, and white jnssanune wreaths, while the men
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W., being the health of the Sovereign of the country.
i which was drank standing. This is in unison with
' universal Masonic custom, as Masons are always
' bound to pay the first respect to the highest civil
j mastnUe the kinjdoin or country where their
Ils are permitted to assemble, without regard to
whether he be a member or the Order or not, as in
n,c countries Uie Order is proscribed by the civil
authorities, but we arc happy to remark, iu this con-
nection, that the luiyal liite m this country has been
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lu,nore.i by the participation of the present and late
10m was an enthusiastic
other regular toasts fol-
beulth of the Elected
.raised hv ft Past Af.A.-
. of jj lc Protres. accompanied by remarks up-
bn the nature of the Masonic Mission at these Islan.ls,
as being not merely for the purposes of charity, but
forming a bond of union between persons of dif-
ferent nationalities resident at these Islands. Ihis
timst WRS pondd to l)y Bro. j. A. Hassinger, of
Hawaiian Lodge, in a very felicitous manner. At an
early hour, the t raft were called from refreshment to
lab"r the was cIowJ, and the brethren sepa-
rated, feeling that they had passed a very agreeable
evening together. Gazette.
Attempt to Rod. While Mr. John T. Waterhouse's
family were seated at dinner on Saturday evening
p.ist, a figure which appeared like that of a dog, was
observed, ly reflection in a mirror, creeping about an
a,lj.,ining rixim. . Mr. "W., who had but a few min-
utes before deposited some money in the room, rose
fnnu his seat and went in to see what the matter was.
()n entering, he found the side lattice door open, and
.t once suspected it was not a dosr but a man. On
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was found hidden under the bed. He was at once i
arrest ed. marched oil to the Station House, and on j
Monday, examined before the Police Justice and com
fr tr,:lL A "aiuiuatitm of his bleep,,,
apartment was made, and sundry valuables foun
' which had long beeu missed fivm the house. This
coolie is .!ie that the government imported in ISf.5,
and has long been known to be a gambler and an
adept in roguery. He often boasted of his rob
bery adventures in China, and showed the proof of
his good luck in escaping, having had three of his
fingers shot olf in one of his adventures. We shall
probably never hear the end of this miserable lot
t.f coolies, till the last one ot them is dead.
A liol "on Passaok. The brig HJ-ert t'oicrm, from
Victoria, reports having lclt the twenty fourth of
November, and experienced for the fust thirteen
j days a succession of gales from the southeast and
southwest. 1 "eccmbcr 7th. in North latitude thirty-
eight degr.H-s. experienced a heavy gale from the
northwest, which lasted thirty hours. - Was obliged
! c.n l.s ic.n.1 (Mi aiititiitr iif triit T.itaui' kioiid
Since the 7th of December has had south-sotul.west
l .. .T... TO. lia"if- e.ft.i tj ft i.... tit ift.it l.ft.l H'i.K t.rr.r.
i;- " r'i - .
ic lliuuder and ligiuuing. itst t'cccmoer a tieavy
! sea strttck the bow and carried away the cut-water.
j Took ttie first trades January first.
Si ipe Hkath. Mr. John L.vingstone (eolonil)
foil fn.m his horse while riding on the plain on New j
Year's Hay, ai.d shortly after died. The cause of hi j
sudden death was undoubtedly aneurism, as lr. Ford, J
a fow years ago, performed an operation for that com- j
j.buut. and ho was known to sutler from it. Uis j
f.thcr d.ed but a few mouths since, at an advanced !
Wai vsak Ilttr. Messrs. llwlh lk.rnholt opened a
itcher-sshop on Monday last, which is well located on
bulct.er-.snop on .oon-iay last, w men is wen located on
. a t 1 l.a.l 1 1
Ntiuanu stnvt. alwve Love's llakery. The beef of-
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n-rtit at tins i.iace w in iv iruu. .1 maun., iu ; oi lire
I.j.t cattle ranges oil the gtup, and offers this ad-
, . . . , . 1 i . . 1
vantage over lH-f fn.m the other islauds, that the !
ifl nv kille.1 fresh fnuu the pasture. j
1iu Staxoknw li. We notice by the San Fran- j
eisco papers that this gentleman, who has beeu spend- j
ing the past two years in Germany practicing in his j
. pn.fi-ssion, left New York iu the steamer of November
111. He is expected here in the Cvmtt or bteaaicr
Awa Rkteste. The auction sale of three license
for vending Awa on Oaha was lield on Saturday last
and re9iil:e.l in a total of fo.otO, a foUcm :
Wiili.cn Saiumer, one Bu.t,. ............... fl.T'!
Ihi.l Kahkaua, " -
P. KaatM-a. . " " l.SoO
Tlie awa plant is of Uae Ippcr apocies, and ia sup
posed to possess oicdiciuNi and invigorating jaalitlesf
but the opinion of medical men best fjoalified U jilgw
i?, that its ue is more injutious than beneficiL It
is said to hare a deaueaing, stupefying effect on thos -who
use it. Like r-piuin and intoxicating drinks, it'
his its Totai ies, and its cSlx-ts aie peruickrtis. Its
use, however, under the stimulus of active license .
Competition, is rapidly extending, and is causing tUJ
increase of direne and death, hardly lets tbau do iu
t.x icating tpirits. The strongest awa is saiJ to he
gn.wn in Il.ina, M.xui.sn l when thisc-m lieprocwred'
! it is prt fcnx-J to all other. The sales on Oaha alone
are supposed to be from fJXeen to twenty hottsaa2 .
d..!Lrs a year. Hht a the sale was restricted to the
agent of the Interior lH-ji tuient, the grxa receipts
are stid to have exceele.1 ten thousand dollars a year.
2? The Comwckci l Ciuxdax for 1808 has been .
issued and can be obtained frvut tikd carriers or at .
the office of this pajr. Price 2o cents.
Iutc Tclei'sipliic IVcw
Citn vc.o. Nov. 12. A Times special says a pow
erful influence U being exercisnf in favor of av :
general funding scheme, covering the whole Nation
al d.-l.t, and ext-ndiug the time for payment, ia the .
meantime providing for its gradual li.piidalton by
a judicious system of taxation.
Mr. MtCullocb has decided not to Issne the re
maining $2 '.OoO.OoO f ton-forty bonds. There i
consiftlerable foreign demand for them. .
A special to the Tribune says there Is a proba
bility that the tax on cotton will be repealed
shortly after Congress convenes.
The A". V. llerild has accounts of the tornado at
St. Thomas, which represents the loss of lift; as -very
great. The property destroyed was worth
$S,;00.(00. Sixty bodies had already been found.
Advices from Mexico state that the remains of
jlaxiu.ili.in were delivered to Tcgtheoff on the 6th.
The newly elected Mexican Congress has
jority favor;tble to Juarez:
The negroes had an exciting meeting at kleb-r
mond yesterday evening. A 'colored delasrao.
speaking of the discharge of blacks from work for
voting the Kadical ticket, said that the street of
Richmond should run with blood before bis children ,
should suffer for want of food. All efforts "or,"
peaceable negroes to quiet the excitement were
unavailing. White Radicals left the meeting. : and
citizens apprehended serious trouble. -.
The Chambers of Commerce of the principal "
cities of the Northwest have united in urging Sec- .
rotary McOtiUocir to recommend the repeal of tbe,
cotton tax. ia his report to Congress ' ' - . 1.
The Common Council of New York has resolved
to tender the freedom of the city to Gen. McCiellan .
on his return from Europe. , r , -t
Two thousand journeymen cigar makers ol . this
city are on a strike for higher wages.
Km ropca n Intel I grace.
Loxnox, Nov. 8 T1m bread riots at Torquay and
Exeter have been suppressed. '
The news of the great destruction of property at
SL Thomas, by hurricane, creates great depression
in commercial circles.,
Englaud. France and Austria bave a common
understanding as to the policy to bo pursued by
them hen-after on the Eastern questou.- " -.
The trial of Garihaidi has been postponed, it
being considered doubtful whether the conrts" bare
The Porte has replied to the last j vint note oft.be
European powers, declining to receive their ad vice. ,
He accepts the responsibility of the" eveuU' which
An explosion took place Nov. 8 at Farndale
colliery, Glaniorgau, Wales. Of three hundred
miners win were at work, nearly all are missing.
At the latest accounts the mine was on fire.
A bread riot occurred at Barnstable, ia Devoir--
shire, to-day. The mob after plundering all the
bread and meat shops, burned them. ' The police
and military were obliged to fire upou the mob. "
Loxnox." Nov. 10. The latest acconats .fron
Farndale state that two hundred lives were lost by
the colliery explosion. - ., ..
General discontent prevails throughout Italy. ,
A state of seige is threatened to some of tho very
Victor Emanuel has extended aid to the families
of the Garibaldiaus killed and wounded in the late
A great change is made in the Italian situation. .
No adjustment is effected." Great distrust is felt'
about the relations of France and Italv.
Advices regarded as reliable indicate that a rup
ture niay occur at any moment. An. assembly or
general conference of the Great Powers is uncertain.
The Archbishop of Canterbury appointed J.
Kutler to succeed Bishop Colenso of Natal, but But
ler declined. ;. T
The G'ooe contradicts the report that all tlie. Dan-
ish West Indies will be sold to the United States.
Only St. Thomas will be purchased price SS.OOO.
000 in gold.
Advices from Canton say the tea market is quiet.
The total exports for the season were 77,O0U,O00.
It is said that the Greeks want to be anuexed to
the United States. "
The unfortunate Empress 'Charlotte of Mexico has ' v
become worse than ever, and there is now no hope -of
her recovery. It records that a few days buck
she escaped from the chateau of Tervuerea, wan-
dered to a farm-house at some distance, and there
solicited employment 'as a sot van t. Since lilen
her Majesty has beeu placed under strict cut-eta'- -lance.
Grant will Accept. General Grant has. in
writing, declared that be will accept arty responsi- "
bility which the country may desire him to assume
His willingness to be a Presidential candidate is no
longer a tpiestiou. lr. Lieber, of New York, says
he wrote to General Grant congratulating him U
ou his success, and saying that it wn rarely tbtt
history had ever devolved upon one man so many
great civil and military responsibilities. General
Graut's letter, according to the Philadelphia i'osf,
is the most radical he has ever written. In it be
suys he trusts he may have strength to answer aay
responsibility that may devolve upon him ; uo mat
ter how solemn it may be, he will not hesitate to
accept it if the country demands it. . .
Tiik Exgusu Tkiusok. The alarm of the Engliwa ,.
journals, relative to the late Fenian developments '
in England, is fieVfectly natural.. It must lie a
startling and disagreeable revelation to learn that
Feniauisiti. so far Horn being a remote Irish-American
anomaly, actually penetrates English towns
and homes. It has licen converted from a distant
danger into an ever present terror. That thouNnds
of arin.-d men should lise in a quiet English city at
a mysterious secret signal in opposition to the laws,
exhibits a condition of affairs that, justifies the dark
est forebodings. Fenianism in Inland may bo
reached by the bayonet, the jail, and the gallows ;
but in England it is a frightful, impalpable spectre
a terror that darkens every hearth. It is no won
der that England is aghast at this unexpected man- -ili-station
ol the standing Irish difficulty.
This English Fenian phenomenon U now happily
only paralleled ia history. Our civil war was at
least attemled by the compensating advantage of
removing from "the South the constant terror of a
slave insurrection. The freedinen bave at last as
deep an interest iu the preservation of order as tho
whites. It is only in .the social wars of ancient
Greece and Koine that we rind a condition of affairs
similar to that w hich prevails iu England. Human
ity shudders ut the periodical massacres of the He
lots by their Spartan masters. The social wars of
Kome" were more terrible thau the campaigns a
gainst Carthage and Gaul. Yet now, beneath tho
thin disguises of nineteenth century civilization,
we behold in the wealthiest and most powerful na
tion of the world, a too palpable reproduction of
the worst evils of Pagan society, such as had been
believed to have become obsolete with the spread
ol" Christianity. The Irish ia England have become
a suspected race. Police watch them day and
night. Kegiments of soldiers are hurried "to the
places where they most congregate. How long
may it be before a real or supposed necessity ot
self -preset ration precipitates a massacre by "sol
diers and police ; how long will it be before tho
suspected race is driven to bay, aud compelled to
flgtit for the poor privilege of existence upon the
soil on which they are encamped?
These considerations agitata the miuds of think
ing Englishmen in c.tnnectiou with the ! event Anglo-Fenian
developments. The Irish question musk
now be met. and settled once for all. Let us hopo
that it may be settled upon principles of iusiU-o
aud without outraging humanity. Let Eaglis!
statesmen see if they are competent to investigate
aud remove the causes that stamp into the heal tA
of Irishmen in every part ol the world a deadly
and everlasting hatred to England. All history
shows that the worst, most costly, and most evau
escent of all governments is that of mere bruto
force. It inevitably raises up a fruitful crop of
conspiracies, assassiuations, an.l revolts. The true,
policy of England is to remove the causes of Irish
discontent, and then tho effects will cease, aud Fe
minism w ill disappear. S. 7"mrs. - i -