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J. A, TBITCIIABD.
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STEAM UARBLE WORKS COMFY,
mmnfmtmttt mm4 Dealer la
Winnl CRAVE STONESt
Mantels and Grates,
COCKTEIXnnd T.inLK TOPS
...4t CalUavalas . j
saaae r .
eft Jmmmm ".Irwa-f.
a Ik Wwvat
XT' " mm
PIONEER' IRON WORKS!
Taraerar Market aaJ Frecnoat Street,
KITTREDOE 6l LEAVITT,
2 agr Tanks, Fire-Proof Door, Shutters.
. Mk TtiU, rriwa C.Ua. Bakoair. Oraiiogs. In
ffMr, H-ir. - -
scaatAa rvxr sask taut locks.
CeewUntljr aaaJ. a lanre aeanetaaee of flPn Doers
Oman Mal ALL
Parr or raa Ca. bt-asaa
ruts a tvrrua cr
Cardea, flower, Fruit and Tree Seeds!
flll y Cvery leaer,.
CRA3S AND CLOVER. SEEDS !
Or ll'ITABLG VARIKTIJC IOR THIS
TU LiwpuU CkMtdUm of Sls to U Jjhh1 oh Utlt
TT 0r Mil crtprw, mo)W ttriVJ to In thai'
McCRACKEX, MERRILL &. Co., r
HiriXOBP2!E)iGACEDI3l OI BPRK
tan aoatiMM anwarta o JTS and aaioe;
Inaatad hv Bra arw arlck baiUtne. a ara xpajd la reci
and diacaaa of lalaad Opla. aaca M tawar, aw. "P. rala,
CobVb. la a-tvaacaoa. Caoaianawata aopastaily aoMclMd
tnr IM Uraan ataraat. a aie p.f-wal awn U a paid,
ad apwa kia aaafc advaaava mM aa aMii wbaa rasoinrd.
' In raaacwca ac
aIae 4 Uidalarar.
Jaa. fairxk Ca..
fteaaaa. Kaaar A Ca.
' AUaa Uto. Ladd a Ttnoa. Uaaarl a Or.
Walaaea Aaaa, .A Band,.
A e. aaaaii.
joaa a caacmia.
J. C- 31EREILL & Co., .
Co ri tn im i o ii
. uctioue o'i w
201 and 206 California Street.
0 JwTNT yxidiLiv.oia oo,
1 a lao. AOtara or th ;
Saa Francisco and Honolulu Packet.
Cra ta I
lMdlaa. IUa aaalaaaa,auylaa:
a'lft wfitf- at.
ST All fr-lHt artt-f at a fralta.ky a la lAa H..
antala liaa a racket. U aa farwar Jed raaa or euasiMatoa
t7 laohaar mm Itoaatola baauibt aad told. XX
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A a. taw is.
. ALLE. 3c LEWIS,
. A3D WHOLESALE DEALERS,
X9 ortlxkcl Oroeou.
KOIPT ATTEVTKI.V WILL, BICIVCM
A mm all amaiaieala aC
ale a hen rxaoarad.
DaWrrr, Errrta a Cov. ....
C.eaa a Couaa..
II E N It V II IT 11 E S , '
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FOREIGN DRY J GOODS !
Eea--!a A llealiaa alveai
0RDEE3 FOE HONOLULU MAEKET.
, ' " HC&RY Hl'OHM, ' . i .
20 ttI 20 Ht'trry Utrtti.
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laportem and 3Ianufjctnrrn
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F O El III S A D U l i
RIXO OTCR OXC TIIOI'SIXD f ORMS
Legal and Business Transactions
R. W. IIE5T, CoaaaeloraataLaw.
It TlfO TOLtHLH LIW SHEEP.
Far Sale by II. X. U11IT.1CV.
. EUREKA HOTEL
-And. IRestanxant !
DURHAM BOBnJSQg, Proprietor.
VVu.lLU araPECTrcLLr ixvokm
ww SMBrlMdaaaa) Ina paaua laA Aa la folly peepafvd la
appeared atjle, aaU ropact
ftdiy anilana a anare mt
Xeatly FanUbed SaaaM Ta Let
Map , of the Sand
TC OtLT CORRECT MAP OF T II CAR
Iriaaxla M thai mt the L. a. Aiphtria EapediUoo. pan
kVKMd ayiba AaMPTtraa Uoeeraoieat. ICT.ry farmer aha oaoa
rM. aawry aaatoaa wka aanaiawta a mm
ery Iraeaiae aka aaata aa Aad anerac tuut anddtataa
deairra la be aaaceit
I Cope of if.
4 A few rop.r Ml, prka t'.Oll earn.
I Aar aakt at tie BOOKifruR A
FOR SHIPS' RIGGING!
GIMMMZCD ASt lVCI
t4 U ire Hnp. ehirV Staalio
ftr. U.iaa; a:l Unml arp.ac, on hand
ana) fa - I do paal." frm
wail kM Maaaua-etory K. S. N t -A
Li. tu. fa-r--d mm Ittt, kWMd,
af whom we are Bo i(iu mm uw acidc
f Shipmasters and Owners
Ant hKail that Wire la Vrrf Mefc riirpr
j taaa ay 11 a ( m .ha iMr.1 -c
t nwl MmtlL al ba aalr Mw-lwol
Iba mtU eaaa4 ta
j I ha wiaa. I m mm
aXt4 ai cftann 4 aeatarv. e4 Uurty
yaavV espnmm IkM prd ba lawnw Mcnofwy "1
Caltaaiarl llaak-. Talatble. A.e.
A. H. . 1. I.I OIK .
A19 Prmil Xtret. Frrlr". Cat.
1,1; v pa;s:i:i.s'
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE !
LLC LA UElt Ii 1" VvXSttlSSEUl:
CAL'TIOM AiAIST FItAL'U.
IIK t'CC : r TIIIJ .MOST 1KI.I-
M. C lL mud atiralVnl C"tJ cu;nf having; caunl errtaia
draW to apply lb trr ut H nrrb-rhir to llwtr
a ml- rte can''- ,n '" to !rrcy liUut avl iksi Ut
oaly sy to mw il-r ;f.o:t', b to
ass rou lea & PEimnis' sauce,
Ao4 In tr lhl thrir Dtnxr are cpoa tl wrnfptr, label,
ttapprr, and tvltr.
(um af Um lurciira aarkl baui been MpaMd ilb a
puraa tVBrccatcrvliir attc-. apow the arjpi anj UUrl
nf which ib anra o Lra a P-niit h brvu IOTKa.l. Lra a
FTiB i bMice that l!y ttaw (urnUbnl Itri errrp-.rt-cnta
vilh pmcr ol atfnracy to tke instatU irucfftn acajmt
Mamulactmrtra at4 t'rudata A aucu, ar any vUtrr laiUattaoa
ly aiuca UatK nkM aj b iulnnirnl.
lAt i- it PKltniyS' Smee and att .Vin
m H 'rr. LiM. iUMe, aiui Mojr.
Wlx.fc--W ami ! Ki't ky lb FiTrlelrm. Worcrtr (
Cruaaa a Hlackwcd. LaoVlao. ( , Ac. and ay lirucrra and
Oi axu Ba4nally. IlltJK II. UAVIKA.
Oil ly (Late Janluo, Gmu A C Agcnl, lluoolulo.
i THE PLE3T GOLD MEDAL
f Waa Awarded la T. Ax K. HOW A RH, al
I'arla iuabivilaaa. IUT.
J. & F. HOWARD,
BRITANNIA IRON WORKS, ItEDFoUD,
niri: loxu di:vuti:i) attk.xtiox
aa U ajMaalactara o
Implements for all Parts of the World,
Aad brief t&e Vnrjnl Ettairtera lo Rogtand of
Plough. Harrow aad Hwrar Itakea I
Taay ara fully a-qoaiaiad lb kuad mt IwpartDraia adap!
( art" eanrra. Their lm fc-n-nf t ara availe amctIIy
a WKOVOHT AXD M tLCEJB LK IHOM. aad ut vaiiy
j eaainario MMIta lk aa r-irv-a arvl park In the Kaallot cosa
paaa la aara f rAl. bat ara aa mu-iAy araagrd aa la fca aa
dtficaliy la pvtbog lAra b-geUxr.
i tMfciai, wiua dm pan araarm. aaat paat irea an apyncaiMi.
Laa4aa 0IHe I I, C aeaaUde,
s:i M. PabI!!.
JAMES C . lilVCa cV Co..
Shipping and ConimKsion Merchant
41 riHINT JTKK.T. laiatr Jackaaa.
..:, SAX raAXCICU.CaUruasia. . . ly
JANION, RHODES & CO.,
"Vlrlarla, Vaacairr'. UlaaA
S. A rartatalaratlaajltnapaud laewnaif naarale af inmimwB
teaia.y. L.Jaantry I. v!3
iEV Ail) LA'l lT STYLE
By Every Steamer,
Tlio Xlxkoait nncl
Largest Assortment on the Islands.
ii ymatx nitoTii miss,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
j HEALKRS IN j
I l.'ontV I'm rnliti I nrr lx.irK-
ViUlP a 1(1 ui vvvt.f
Cools, Shoes, Hats. Caps,
dr., A c,m Af, die.
Consisting vf the Follotcing :
fJLAlX AND FANCV (VtSSIMKKKSl ITS,
Liilht aad nr.y grades.
fine tliM flannel tails.
While Linen I'ack oalU,
Brown Ltor IrUl 8a. U,
F I ' K HI LK A L. IA " A COATS,
fine Tern! Costa,
Fiaa Slittoa Clntk CuaM,
t.ttm Whit Linen Coats,
Vine Ilrowo Linen Coata,
Fine Black Dresa Coats,
y rocks and itack.
Fme B'y-k tvarvkia PsnU. rine Bearer lanM.
f ioe Bine flaDnel Pt.Vt,
gmm Watte: taaea rsnla,
FL.AIN AM F.t.M'V C.f SSI l EKE I'AXTS,
, Lagbl and bxaey grades.
fia BUck Doerkiu T.stt,
riaia and Fancy S.U Vests,
PUia ! laary f lk Velvet VcsU.
White and Fancy SLarwilles Vesta,
r?ia Caialaaera tnU.
WHITE SHIETS of all DESCELPTI01TS.
Fancy Calico ?Mrf s of n JxriUav,
Libra Cufiars, aaaurud stses,
Fancy and raw W wla Uveraldrt., aB kaariptao
L arrhri and trwre. an drarriion.
Black and Fancy Neck Tie, all dracriplioits.
Together with ia "iVj VurUtj of
BOOT. Ml OK.
II ATS. Cil'S,
X K EE NOTIONS. Ae.
Messrs. II y man Drothera
Woo!. I kef respectfony ta Call the attention of
THE PrBLIC IAD CUt MQl DF.IL1CS IT LiK.E,
Ta their feu ami varted kseoTtiKeot of
AKERICAN RKAbT MAlK
Bixr. f uot-.
II ATI. CAI. TANK EE NOTION. Ae.
xll.isfcrs oT Wlmle.HXiips
A al si
DE.ILERS FROM THE OTHER tSLXKDS,
Would dw trcB la anil oa as brtiee parchaatuf etsewbere.
CapL Snow's Building, llerchant SL,
Aa ly Hanoi a! a. Oaka. II. L.
rVIIAT t V.IM AIlL.:.Dl RABLE,ri.E.t.
M tM. prrsrvlr.r. ami rnrroaiva
ForCanlera. H!Vt-. Rmfa. Steam Fi.fioes, Caal Pluwt, Iluaaes.
Fsneaa. Srttooaars, Sieaaaera,
AXD Al.I.OTIIRR IRO ar WOODWORK.
cut r.Kiet-r c. br:ti:r a cv
Tlic American ftatiirnlization
Question in England.
IIi6torica." who. it will be renieniCercd, ae-
1 uirrl coneiJcrable rt-iuitation in Hnla nd m a
! vwitrr on iDterrmtioual law upon the variju
J int elicit 3J during the Antcrk-aa civil war, eit-cL-.nur
to answer the quvttin who ia a British
ruM?' In a lon letter to the Luixlun Titus.
t Iliatoricua" (Mr. Ilarcourt) write under the
; influence of tins b-lcgrmpliic abstract of Prceidont
Joiiiumn'a ioeas- relative to the TrifH-itr upon
I wl.i h t!-c English (j veminent baie its t-btiDia of
Hriti-wi cttimiobip. ami tin inability of an hiigli!i
t fuijt-t to exiAtriate liiniirlf ;
t irt, Mr. Ilarcourt etvhTortofV.-?rtain w!m.
' aurordiri to ti.e law of EnLmJ, i natural-burn
i lriti.li pu! ji-t, aitd n huch entitloil to the pn
' tet'tiwn of lite Rri:h Cruwn. The eimt le doctrine
f t!.ex.uiun law in tlmt every mnn brn wit'tin
I the d'dumiuna of tlie C'rvm i Nrn within tl.c
! lir(iricc of the t'ruwn and ia a Rriliih fubject,
I wU-ther tle jarenta are Ilritiah fuhjiTta or alien.
; l'v a aUtute of tieire II. all chiMren of natural
; lorn RritHi uljcctif horn abnasd, were made
nntural-born Hibjrrta. Tlie mnxiiu of iivlirwtluhle
cl'.i ,;i irx-e wLieS ia here laid d wn lina no -lace in
the dit-trine of law. It hnd ita origin in a fjctetu
j )im-Ii it oWIete, and f und itd apik-ation in a
condition of aucii-tr which haa pahocd awaj.
! A new order of tlangs liaa arisen. 1 hat uroat
and never ce-utdug tide of emigration, in which the
I rviiui of En;Iiti aoil eeck in other laud a fortune
: ahicii the limited reeoum.- of tlteir ow n country
! denv to them, ia a phenomenon for which tlecn-
crptiona of tho feudal law made do ro iion. Tlie
orti-Lf juenfe i, t!.-at the Engitah Jovcrtiment ia
in the pretence of roIitical fatta which are wholly
irreconcilable with any Ical theory.
Mr. Jlircourt cava : .It ia in vain that we r.ro-
ciniui i ne uocirins, inito jmiesi exuere vainam.
while year by vear thouKand and term of thou-
Kino oi our BubjLvts are traribJemnj; their allegi
ance to other Ooverumeiita, aud incorpomtui
tli-m.-cic in otl.cr btatctt. lUeare tacla whicli
the technicality of tlie law mny refuoe to recognize,
but of which an cnlighleued tuteMiiuiifhip miiet
necda take account. Mr. Ilarcourt believe that
the .ll-giance Acta hliouM be recuntrtu-ted, both
with rcrtext to the acquisition of citizciii-liin, and
a!o aa to esutriatioii. Here are hi iU2irtt ions :
First British citizciIiiji ahould tcIong, aa of
courvc, only ta pcraotia born of Jlritioa istrcnts.
Uomiciled in the isntmti djniiniona.
S-conJ Tlie chiMren brn to f reigners in the
T'ritit-h dominiam hliould, ua in France, have the
! ity to take up their cituciinhip.
'Third .a tj descendants born abroad of En
c!ih rarentj who are domiciled abroad, an elec
tion (thou Id Ik! iiiven to Inxume citi-iif, to lie
totificd by certain prescribed formal it it.
fourth Every iJritidi auhject should be allow
ed to witlidraw himself from the State by 'some
lormal act ui.claiming Jiii cilienrthip.
Fifth Certain acta nhould bo dctined aa con
etituting in thcniM-lvc a forfeitute of lilizenahip,
vt netlier ao UiM laimeU or not.
The IaJialoii Tunes editorially uriortd the
vivwa of" HUtoricue," and auva :
The imjiortunt queatiou, tiowever, ia one of pol
icy rather Unit of law, aud we Irccly admit that,
on ground of policy, not tu Mty oi common horuc.
tlie argument Ibr revision is irroFidtible. There
ate certainly hundred id" thousands, and rmbabv
Diilliona, of citizen, of tl.c United States whom our
law regard as Liilhdi fuhjecta to nil intenta and
parpmw whativer. No atateaman can justify
rucb an anomaly, which, it muot be rcmeiulHrreu,
haa tWo nipectal If all thctm Irish euiirauta owo
full alleiaiK-e to her Majesty, it tnuy also le
doubted, at least, whether they ore tut cntitlcl to
our protection aaitir-t i'iuct ij-tion, yet it would
hate been utterly i m r"ei hie for our Minister at
AYahiiigtoii to grant theui audi pro U t ion during
the late Americuu t ar. In abort, our prevent
tLcory ta quite untenable when any practical
((ram cornea to be put upon it, and, aa Jliotori
cun" ju.-lly contende, ita maintenance may at any
Diotueiit ljet)ine tlie aource ofverv neriouaembar
mMexncnt. ' We ree, then, no pxxl reason why the
liritinh ivernment uliould decline any friendly
overture thai may lo made by tlie United Slutca
with a view to ita amendment.
Proposed Treaty With Ilritili
On the It of February in the United Statin
Sririite, Uwj fdlowing resolutions were submitted
by S nator liamm-j, to bo substituted for one sub
mitted by him on tho 9th of leeuiler, 1?G7 :
Ih solved. That the Committee on Foreign Kela
ti..n ia liereby directed to inquire into tlie ex
difiiey of a treaty b. t ween the United States and
the Dominion of Cnmt'Ia, whicli sliall contain the
Eirst That a duty of five per cent, ad ro.'oren
stall be i m jawed uion all imprjrtationa from Can
adi to the United SuttM, or from the United
States to Cana.Li, being tho exclusive taoduetion
or manufacture of the resfctie countries. .
second that the excise duties of the United
Slates oikI of Canada bluill be assimiLited by con
third f hat the navigation of tlie great lakes
und or tho canals ami channel if the St. Iaw
r ci ice Bivcr ' and its tributaries shall be forever
free and open to citiens ol the United States and
Fourth That Canadian vessels in American
lrte f!inll Ik? entitled to all the privileges of
.rueru-an vessels in t anauan orts.
Fifth That the lisheries of the Atlantic coast
lie five to the cilizcns of both countries-.
Sixtii-r-That a coiuuion system of law s regulat
ing copyrights, patent-rights, ami rales of post
age, r-h&ll le extended over both countries.
Seventli Tliat Canada, with the consent of
(Jrcut Britain, shall cele to the Unircd Statt-a the
districts of North America west of longitude
'J0C on condition fill owing, namely:
1. The United Stttes will my $C.Of0,lMi(l to
the Hudson Bay Company in lull dist'harge of all
ttjivcraory rights, and all elaiuis to territory or
jurisuictmn in .oriu .niorn.-.i, whetlier tounued
on tlic eliaracter of the Company, or any law,
treaty, or isage.
2. The I nitel States w ill assume the public
debt of British Columbia, nd exceeding the sum
3. To aid the construction of a mil road from
tlie western extremity of Ijikc Suerior to Puget
Sound, in the United States, in addition to the
grant of land heretofore made, will guarantee
dividends of five per cent. uon tlie ktock of the
Northern Pacific Bail road ComjAny; provided
that the amount of stock guarantied as aforrsuid
sludl not exceed $20,000 per mile, and Congress
tliall regulate tho securities for advances on ac
count thereof. i
4. The northwest territory shall l divided and
organized into Territories of the United States,
not less than three in nuuiWr, with all rights and
privileges of the citizens and Government of Mon
tana Territory, so far as tl.c same can bo made
RE3IK310i:R THIS IS LE.1I YEAR!
VEKV MICK lAiT OF
Jut rccalrrd, tocMiog New Kilka, sold at f'rrjr firasoaa-
X. MIXV, THE STORK IS 'a. I O.
FTlaarr TL ls. 613 1m
To Change Owners.
1 1ST Ft Ft'EI VKI A LARGE AND
. p j .
a ittjiiKAKLk. LOT ut
Which Lava area parrhaaeU fur th anderaigned at tb
LOWEST EUROPEAN COST!
And are very soluble for the Trad of these Island.
IIAIEttAIX TIAV HE HAD.
JOHN T IIt)S. WATERIIOISE,
Hum.' W hart
ConstAmlj Ilaid aaa Fwr Sale la Lot to Salt.
raiip. rxnRKii(..:ii informs t ii k
JL poU that he is prepared lo fur eli
Choice und U-ll Dried Kona
Having l-a arrncy of the foltowtng prtis in Kona -Mers.
!tmui A Psarrrr. Kepula.
H. X. UaisswsLU Siorth Ks.
1'. M.kT'Mf , KaiUa
SC ly A S. CLFiJHUKN.
Uditorial IlcniM and Clippings.
Tlve Western Union Telegraph Company have a
capital of $40,000,1X10.
There are 600 newspapers in tlie State of New
The lafly isue of t!ic New York Herald num
bers f 5,000 copies.
Eight inter in tlie United States are edited by
Henry Ward Ccecher received $30,000 for Nor
woiaj, instead of 2o,0o0, aa irotniexl. Generous
.Bonner. W1h would not write novels?
They liave a fog in Sitka 300 days out of the
I New York pays her clergymen $5,000,000 per
A spirting man in Liverpool, dying recently,
iejt a lortune ol I,"i,UUU,
One rich man, iu a
million or una prosi.iM'ion.
Trains between London and Liverpool run 81
miles f?r hour.
Napoleon haa built 1 new bridges aerobe the
S ine, at a coat of $5,0U0,0o0.
Tne Duke of Wellington id printing his illustri
ous father's japers.
ihe Uxlord Lniveritv was roundest A. 1. cSo.
a aaas a aa aca a a a a ' s V aw a
There is a religion1 sect in Germany which wor
ship in silence and darkness.
A liorsc was put under the influence of cldoro
forui tiie other day, for a surgical operation.
It has been discovered that Queen Victoria is
descended from CaractacusI
A lady in England claims to own a ring givi)
to S.lomon bv the Queen of Sheha.
The UnitcJ States imported 35,325,151 pounds
of wool last year.
The cotton yield of Egypt this year will be
1(MH) times larger than six years ago.
Iauid near Jacksonville, Florida, is offered at 50
cents per acre.
Boss Winans, tlie celebrated Baltimore million
aire, is 70 years old. He sold $40,000 worth of
milk last year from his farm.
James Brown's building, in Wall street. New
York, rents for $lo0,C00 jier annum. Tho proj
erty cost $100,000. Pretty good annual interest !
The sales of the American News Company in
1CG were $3,209,53 20. Who will say now
that the public do not rend?
The United States owns 1,400,000,000 acres of
land. Bich enough to give every man a farm.
Disasters happened to 5,525 ships aud 500
steamers during the first half of 1807, accord
ing to the returns of the London Lloyds. Of
these, 1,072 shijej and 37 steamers were tjtally
lost, with 087 human lives.
A Boston naturalist says that the strains pro
duced by grasehopjiers are obtained by playing on
tlieir legs like a liud'e, with their hind legs used
as a bow. Different kinds of locusts play differ
ently, in time and in tune.
Tho famous American clown, called the Maufly,
committed suicide recently at Berlin, in the pres
ence of two thousand spectators, by firing a pistol
in his mouth at the moment he was hanging by
his feet to the ceiling of tlie theatre.
At her wedding the Queen of Grceco wore a
rbe of cloth of silver embroidered with bouquets
of silver flowers, buttoned down the front by
enormous diamonds, fastened around the waist by
a belt in tho Greek jet tern of diamonds, a
smaller trimming to mutch running round the
top of the corsage and sleeves; necklace, brace
lets, etc, in diamonds, a diadem in the forehead,
whilst tlie royal crown in diamonds was fastened
at the back of the bride's head. The train, of
several yards in length, was of crimson velvet
lined with ermine.
United States Natal On icers as Consuls. A
Washington dispatch, dated December lSth, says
the tWnate Committee on Naval A flairs has in
structed its clmirman to rcort favorably on the
bill authorizing the lreeident to apfioint naval
othi-ers on tho retired -list, not below the rank of
commander, to consular positions under tho gov
ernment with short piy.
This is one or many schemes of retrenchment
looking to a reduction of the public exjietiditures.
It is stated that it will be a saving of many hun
dred thousands dollars annually.
India. Twenty-five protcstant missionary so
cieties are labouring in India, ami support iu that
country upwards of 550 missionaries. The amount
of money expended in India for evangelizing pur-
is annually about $1,250,000. The India
Government expends every -ear, in secular educa
tion, more than $3,500,000. In British India.
including Burmah and Ceylon, there are upwards
of I'Jii native missionaries, 1550 native churches.
n.lHXJ native oanuiuuicants, ami at least one
hundred thousand native boys and girls receiving
Christian instruction. .. ..
Tuk BuiTisii Amir. Tho London 'Sjnxtator
'c keep up in India, at a cost of 17,000,000
a vear. an army of 250.000 men. We keen tin
in tho rest of "the British ' Empire, at a cost of I
A'ld.UtNMMM), an army of 12U,HiO men; and we
spend i,'10,OUO,IK)0 on a tiVct. "In short, wepjnd
altogether X42.0y0,()0O a year, twh-e the French
cxj-eiiditure, uion inferior armaments; and then,
when u mere section of that force is required for
active :jr ice, we have at once to spend millions
more in a frantic hurry. Surely there is some
grievous waste, some evidence of defective organ
ization. " "
Enoch Arukn Case. An Enoch Arden case haa
!ecn decided in one of the Courts at 1'oehester.
Tlie litigants were two young men, who. in their
friend.-hip at the outbreak oi the rebellion, had
agreed tliat if the one who wna married aud who
had enlisted should fall, the one who had re
mained at home should marry the widow. The
soldier went to the war. After a while the re
prt came that he was killed in battle, and his
wife mourned for her lost husband, lie did not
return, even at the end of the war, and at length
the widow became the wife of the hiisbund'e
friend, and tlieir joy was crowned by tlie birth of
a handt-otiie child. A short time ago that long
alisent soldier reapj-.vroil, explained tlie reason of
I. is long absence, and claimed Ins wile, llio soo
oihI husband was loth to surrender his wife, who
wui the mother of his child also, and le declined
to iiive her up. The question as to who hnd the
best right to the woman was submitted to a legal
tribunal, and, on tho last day ol 1M7, tlie Court
decided that the first man iage was binding, aud
the wife must pass to tlie former husband.
Ueti rxing Reason. The English Government
and people seem to be gradually working round
toward a -correct knowledge of the way to deal
with Fenianism. Mr. Gladstone's frank declara
tion that it was caused by Engli-h misgovemment
in Ireland, is producing a good e fleet, and tho
cable flab I iet to us the news tliat public sentiment
now fa vui j a redress of Irish wrongs. This idea
was soiuewliat tardy in its development. It
would have been much more creditable to the
reputation of the English ieople, if they had ac
quired this knowledge in a di til-rent manner. So
long as the Irish )eoplc eon fine I themselves to
moral suasion," their complaints were treated
with indifference and contempt. But since tliey
have organized themselves for war, and made it
evident that the pillows and the bayonet cannot
frighteu them, tho abuse that was to liberally
Ix-ajied ujou them is Riving way to wholesome
feelings of resjwt. English statesmen discern
that with Ireland disloyal to the core, England
eea-ies to be a first-class power. It now looks aa
if the Fenians may be able to extort, in time,
everything from England short of absolute indcr
The Newspapfr Law in England. A letter to
tlie X. Y. Herald dated Lond-jn, Dec. 21st, says :
A case of creat importance to tne J.ngiin Trees
h; oi great importance to trie jengunn press,
iLo, aa a rreccdent, to the prees of the L nked
, was dcviJeJ yeeterJaj ia the Court of
n'a Bench lv the Lord Chief Justice anl a
States, was decided Yesterday in the Court of
. :..i T:v, .n,i . .
e iai jut Jf. li un.ii .c.tiiv.a n j'cuiiuu
to l'arliaiuent last iun, accusing tlie Chief
Huron, Sir Fitzroy Kcllj, with having pludged his
honor to a fal.e etateinent pome 32 years nzo.
For reporting the debates upon this absurd jieti
j tin and for commenting upon these debates
editorially, Mr. Nnnon brought a libel suit n gainst
i the Tinn's. The jury found for the defendant, of
i course ; out tlie important point wan that tlie Iord
j Chief Justice empliatically and authoritatively de
: clart-1 that a fair and imjiarti.il rep.rt of Parlia
I nii-nuiry debater waa a matter of privilege, aa waa
( aU an honeet candid editorial Uon the Btibject.
i Thin doeieion will cover all ncwtjej?r reports of
i public meeting and isof inestimable value in pro
i tecting the iirees from annovance. No similar
decision has ever been given in England liefore,
aixl tK.np, I think, in the United States. The old
opposition to reporters, w Inch once displayed ittelf
in vehement attacks upon the A". Y. Herald ftr
publishing accounts of the anniversary meetings,
is now Kgally muelched by the Lord Chief Justice,
who had thii earned the gratitude of all journil-i.t;
Our advices from Hongkong by the Great Re
public are to January 17th.
- Hov. - Anson Bi rungak'u Misnov. Great
excitement was occasioned among the foreign res
idents of China by the announcement of the ap
poentaacnt of L. S. .-Minister Burlingame aa
Minister Plenipotentiary to the Eun.iean Powers
rrom Cbjni. The British organs manifest a great
deal of irritated superciliousness at the selection
of an Amerii'an, and talk as though the China
Government had lowered its dignity a great deal.
The North China JNVar of Deoeiuln'r 3d says:
On tlie evening of Saturday, the 23d ultimo,
the community ot" Tientsin were startled by the
astounding news, just received from Pekin, that
. The British organs manifest a great
Hon. Anson Burlingame, tho United States Min-aj
inistc r to the Court of lVking, had been accredited i
I Amlavssador to the Courts of Earoi and Wash-
ington by the Government of his Imperial Majesty j
' the Einta?ror of China; and that his Excellency
takes with him as attache Mr. Brown, of her Bri- j
tannic Majesty's legation, and M. Desebanips.of
the Chinese customs service. It is supposed that
I other gentlcmeu will be attached to the mission
! but on the despatch of the letter from Peking
their names were not known to the public. His
Excellency was to leave Peking on tne 25th ulti
mo for this place and lie is of course now momen
tarily expected here. What does this step of the
Chinese Government mean? As yet this commu
nity are completely in tho dark as to the special
objects for sjiecial we take them to be on which
the mission goes to Europe and America. It
seems so strange for the representative of a foreign
governuieut at Peking to be suddenly transformed
into a Chinese Ambassador that we are lost in
amazement at the change.
Burlingamo's salary is $40,000per year,
and this affjrds the Mail an opportunity to say:
" Neither in his capacity as U. S. Minister, nor
in his newly-fledged appointment as Chinese
Envoy, haa Mr. Burlingame had the honor of an
interview with the Son of Heaven, and his rank,
anomalous and equivocal at the best, will not be
magnified by any undue pretensions to the position
of an Ambasador. It would be impossible for the
most ardent hater of American governmental in
stitutions to wish for a more practical comment
ary upon Yankee diplomacy and diplomatists than
is afforded by Mr. Burlingame's acceptance of tho
appointment under discussion. Let any one im
agine the apjiointmcnt of Chinese Envoy offered
to the Minioter of France,' of Utissin, Prussia,
Great Britain, or even of Spain. He would be
an old Chinaman who would venture to make
j such a proposition tu the representative of any of
tlie European powers., Uur American irieuus
will of course say that it is a mere question of
' with all, but Europeans may safely reply
t 'almighty dollar' will not induce an Eu-
ropcan diplomatist to fell himself and his serviced
to the Court to wnicn ne lias not been accreoiteu.
Tho Ttsunle Yaman liave addrcsml deppatchea
to the foreign Ministers with reference to the
status of the Chinese officials who accompany
Mr. Burlinganic. The document is to the effect
that the Chinese gentlemen are novitiates in the
art of foreign diplomacy,, and that one object in
their appointment is to fit them to represent
China at the C-oarta of the Treaty Towers at a
future -date. Tlie document expresses a strong
wih on the part of tlie Chinese to become better
understood by Foreign Powcrsnnd evinces a de
sire to enter upon a course of progress.
-poTAL. During 1867 there-were received at
tho San Fnincico.Pott Office 1,854,8.0 letters,
of which 803,540 were for distribution letters
sent from what office 2,559,468 of which S.GOO
were registered ; C,02G were sent to the Dead Let
ter Office for being insufficiently stamped. The
envelope sold there brought ij;G 1,005 CO the
Mamps .told for .$119,400 42 and the "stamps
and envelopes "canceled in that office were worth
$114,703 88. During tho year one hundred and
eightv-sis mails overland from Jthe Atlantic States
and lEuropo have been received. One ' thousand
one hundred and seventy-nine and one half tons
of printed matter, consisting of newspapers,
magazines, pamphlets, books, etc., have been re
ceived and delivered.
"U. W. WOOD," FROM HAMBURG,
And for Sale by
THEO. C. MEUCK.
nU E FLANXELS, IJLVCK.AM) blue
jHRO.VD CIX1THS, -
Black Ca.hnieres and Baratheas,
Cobourg. Dowlas, BUnkcts.
dotllillS". &Ca, wCa.
Heavy Wuol Pantaloons, fancy colored FUnni-l Shirts,
Madapol. Shirts, Linen Bosom Shirts, Printed Shirts,
Sup. Regatta aud Hickory SliirtH, Silk Under Shirts.
ISoofs sincl S.IOCS,
A superior lut of Meus Calf Boots, Gaiters and Shoes. -
lrovisioias &, Groceries,
Crushed Sugar, Loaf Snpar, Sardines in hf and qr hoxt-a.
Plums in boxes and j iirs, Westplialia ITanis, Anchovies,
Boliazna Sau.apes, Swiss Clut-v.-, Fruit Syrups. Aliumida,
Vinegar in S and 5 gall, kuiij.ih.ns. Fruits iu Sugar.
Spirits ovisac?, rand H2cc2
Sup. Hulland Gin, of 5. Rysculx-ndi; ft 'on, Schiednra,
Pale Brandy, Uehfrauenmilcli, Chiimiuipir,
Sparkling Hock, Medoc, Bnurdeaux. Suuterne,
Ale and Pcrter, in quarts and pints.
From the CeU-Lraled Brewery of Deetjen k Schroeder, Hamburg.
, SaiBils, Oils. Arc,
Super. White Lead, White Zinc, Boiled Liuseed Oil,
Window Glass, large aud assorted six?s.
Playing Cards, Xeedles, Water Monkey, Spur,
Utru.au aud llarana Cigars, Wrapping Paper,
Ctxks. Superior Side Sldks, Felt Uats, ic, 4c. ic
Hunt's nandled A :., Native Spades, Charcoal Irons, Card
Matches, Downer's Kerosene Oil, McMurray
a Oysters, Cone Ink, Cut Nails asst'd
sixes, Tobacco, &c-,tc. -
ALL TIIE ABOVE MERCHANDISE,
Taelt.er wills tlse Slock on band.
For Sale at Reasonable Prices !
615 3t Bv TIIEOO. C. IIKI CK.
THE CARGO OF HAWAIIAN BARK
"R. W. WOOD!"
II. JACOBS Master,
-A. i-i-ivecl from IInnitiTij-!
IS OFFERED FOR SALE,
JOXSISTIXG OP INVOICES OP
BEERS, WINES, SPIRITS,
AND THK rSCAL AS-JOKTMENT OF
English, French and Gorman Goods.
l U. 1IACKFELD k CO.
Hi t.) lvin. Fl iraiy 21. l-68. 613 lm
Ed- HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
- - . - - n
OFFER. FOR SALE,
EX " SYREN" AND " R. W. WOOD,"
nROADCLOTUS AXD CASSIMERES.
!' Black Silks and Fine Dress Goods,
Thibet and Moslin de Laines,
Dark blue Flannels, TsrUled colored Shirt Funnel,
Colored Barege. Imperial Linen,
Union Damask Cloth, While Moleskin,
Linen Dock, Russia Diaper,
Cotton Sheeting, Tallied Lining,
Craah, Linen and Cotton Drill, Wkita Cotton,
Moquito Netting, beary Blue Denims.
English Prints, Fine French Merinos
Curtain Muslins, Sewing Eilk,
. Cotton, Linen and Flannel Shirts,
Caahemere rant. Cotton Pants, ... s
Vine and Black Cloth rants,
Orleans Sack Coats, Hick cur Shirts, "
, Woolen and Cotton Uudei shirts aud Drawers,
A Variety of Socks and Stockings, -Cobnrss
White Marseilles, Linen Checks, . i
LADIES' 1XD GEXTLFJIEX'S KID CL0TES,
Black Silk 0 lores, Silk Stockings,
Colored and Blsck Silk Neckties,
1 Black Silk Handkerchiefs, - . -Linen
Woolen and Barego Handkerchiefs,
Black and Brown Belt Ribbon,
Garters, Corset. Woolen Shawls,
Fine Silk Umbrellas,, Black Crape,
Q lazed Spool Cotton,
Black aud colored Braids,
j Silk Umbrellas and FarftSOlS,
Purses, Feather Dusters, Suspendees,
Gentlemen's Hats and Caps,
Boj' Uats and Caps,
JBdots and. Slices !
Woolen It Lin bets, superior quality,
Best French Extracts, a
Playing Cards, Candles, Wrapping Paper,
Shot and Oonpoader, 1
Such as Pocket Knives, ..
Hatchets and Axes, best American,
Handled Oo's, Nails,
, . . Cigars and Tobacco, . . ' .: . l-i
Briar aud India Rubber Pipes, . . .
i : 1 ' ' ' -.'j '-'
Very fine Brandy. Nordhauser Whisky, Qln, . )
Port Wind, Uock.Wiae, r- 1
Black Metallic Paint, White Lead,
Black and Blue Ink, .
Shoe Brashes, Blacking, ' '. I "
Nests of Tubs and Tails, !.:
Wood Seat Chairs, Cottage Clocks, . , '
And a variety of other article.
IDAHO & D. C. MURRAY!
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS ! !
For Sale CIiesij
pVCOON TEA, IX POCKETS,
. . T1COON TEA) In
Souchong, Orange Pekoe and Flowery
Pekoe Teas, in small boxes. . .
Splendid Oregon Ila ins and Bacon,!
' CURRANTS, IX SM ALL JARS. ?"
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel.
'" ; White Maccaroni?
.? Peaches, Apricots, Erg Plums, Arc. :- 5 f
SALOON BREAD, in small boxes,
CIIOICF. SMOKED BEEF,
Wine, iiodn, Water und Wafer Crackers, -
Jenny Lind Ckes,
BOTSOX CKISIIED SIGAR, IX SMALL KEfcS,
Westphalia hams, small sized, Bologna Sausage,
Downer's Best Kerosene Oil, ..
Balty's Jams, Jellies and Pic Fruits.
FOR SALE CHEAP BY
IT Ufacoanl off" for Cos.
Golden Gate Family Flour !
JOLDEX GATE BAKERS' EXTRA,
GOLDEN GATE SCPERFIXE.
Humboldt Potatoes, ?ery Choice !
FOR SALE BT
CE0SSE & BLACKWELL'S PICKLES!
. HATTY'S PICKLES,
Columbia River Salmon.
Columbia River Salmon, in 1 lb tins fresh, y
A new lot of Spiced Oysters,
A new lot of Fresh Oysters,
r Jars Faleratiu, .
Jars best Soda, '
Oswego Corn Starch," .'
A Choice Lot of Preserved Meats,
A Choice Lot of Fresh Meats,
Smoked Tongues, ..-.
Superior Salad Oil qts,
1 " Snpertor Lea & Perrin's Sance.
TOR SJLE BT t '
613 lm SAM. SAVIOGE." 1
fj.iniorni.-i. ureson and jiwr
Steamship Co.' s
San Francisco and Honolulu. RoB(.
Tlie C.nipaaT'. r ise
;! : F. CO.VXER, Coaonsaader,
T 1 X TI . a
it til run ofiicciiL sicnonuu and San JV- -
From' Honoialn.. Feb. 26' A t San Francisco. ' '
From San Kninaiseo... Wr. 16 At Honulnln w !
From Honolulu April SjAtSan Frantico """ a
From San Francisco... A prit 22 i At Honolulu .. '"-t9 M
From Honolulu Maj At San Franciaca."
Rates of Passage have been Ecduced
$50 - - CABIN, j $30 STELRace
Through Freifilit lo Portland and Victoria m t t
reasonable rates, and
LIBE&1L IDVJAfES MADE 0 ILL SHIPti
PES STEUIEK. SM1FJII3TS
Iotoraoce guaranteed at lower rates than bj taQlua
Particular care taken of shipments of Frolt. .
All orders for Gouts, to le purchased In Sao Frandm
be received and filled by return of steamer.
BIS Sm II. I1ACKFELD k CO A.
tor liiio and Ouomea, Hawaii
Will run as a Regular Packet to the above ports. ForFr-
or Passage ar ply to
olo 8m " WALKER' jk ALLEN, Ajrt,
For Rilo and Kaupakuea, Hawaii.
Wilt ran as a Regular Packet to the above ports, teaching a
LA U A IN A. For Freight or Passage apply to
615 6m ' WALKKR k ALLBS, AeohL
. IlEGULAR PACKET "
For Lahaina and Makee'i Landing.
"Jv . ;. . Ok.- i. rt
-l xuc fine, oiinnca V upper 1
Qcnooner Ivate iee.
CO AUK kloatn.
Will run regularly and punctually on the above route,
freight orAassage apply to the Master on board, cr to
695 6m : CBRKWKR k Concents.
ForHana, Kaupo and Ufaliko
SS Sclir. Manuokawai,
Will run regularly. For freight or passage apply to
695 6m C. BRKWJ.lt & Co. agmu.
The Schr. ODD FELLOW
. Is.regnlariy laid on aa a packet . ., . '
BETWEEN' HONOLULU AKD HILOI
""""""" For Freight or Passage apply to' ' 7 : "
607 ly . v i . CI1CNQ HOON A Cow, Agents. '
FOR' KAWAIHAE.i :
- Will run as a regular packet to tlie above port. For freight
or passage apply to Captain no beard, or to Uie Agenta. '-; B
. r WALKKR "t ALIJU, Ajtnti."
Agents at Kairaihae, t '.'i'.-
ALLEN ti CONWAY. 60S 3m
a aa c sr a , Bj-
Scli'66ner iLiliii 5 '
Ji.ua. Regularly to liana, HUal, totrblng
For frripht or passave, apply to the Captain on board, or '
eKATT, at the offlcy of (57 ?oi; O -A, WltUAili
V--v . . .... .-
tfaUM Schooner Owana,
Will ply us a CAster to Torts to Jtola, Oaji.
For freight apply fcthe Captain m board, or to F. 8. P ATT
at the etttca ol . fun 6in . i C. A WILUASnUL.
j . 1 ' m
, BATIJBL'N. Master, " .
Witt rait regularly between this, port d It&l
" " and Kan. '
For Freieht or Passage, apply o the Caain on board, or to
F. 8. PUA rr at the office ot (&ft-6m) C. A. WILLIAMS.
am J-. o xjl tt . -xt sl c; K ei,
U MAK.CJIANT, Maater.
it ill Una Begalarly between tbls Port and Ku
For frelrht or passage apply totheCsptain on board, or to F"
a PRATT at the office of 695 6m C. A. WILLIAMS.
FOR IIANALEl A XD MOLUAA, KAVAI.
;..-.. - . ,- . . . . . . . . .
. 1 ' - a - 4 J. i .
-c Scliooncp Yetic,
. , , ; - .. . .A. JOil NSOS. Master.
- Win run as a regnlar packet to the above ports.' For trrijlt .
or imssafte, apply 10 tne laptatn on Hoard, or to
Best Portland Cement.
: It Moderate' Prices, by : :
o :;THEOD. C. HEUCK,
r i " ;
-Fort and Merchant Streets. I
607 J4SUAHY, 1863. 3m ;
VOLCANO HOUSE I
CEATEE OF KILAUEA, HAWAII
THIS ESTABLISHMENT JS "w
open for the reception of JLiJL
- Visitors - to the Volcano !
n ; I ; Who may rely on finding
COMFORTABLE ROOMS. A GOOD TABLE
' J AND PROMIt ATTKNUANCK. f
Exprricacrd G aides far Ihe Crater always In
Steam and Sulphur Batlis, Horses Stabled tni
tralued if Desired.
Parties visiting the Volcano via Ililo can procure animals
warranted to make the journey, by applying to D. II. Hitch
cock. Esqr.. Ililo. , 664 1
TJpham's Hair Gloss and Curling Fluid
IS THE BEST HAIR DRESSING IN THE
world It imparts a beautiful gloss to the hair, keeps it in
curl and promotes its growth. -
Upham's Toothache Cure,
Cures the most violent toothache in one minute.
Prevents the hair frr.ro falling out. ami for promoting the growtb
of the beard and hair it has no equal, it ia the tuiracal of the age.
Removes soperflous hair from all parta of the bodf in re
minutes without injury to the skin.
Upham's Fester Ointment,
Is a sure and speedy cure for Festers, Salt Rheams, Chapped
Hands, and Barber'a Itch.
TJpham's Asthma Cure
Relieves tbe most violent paroxysms of Asthma in ten buduM
and effects a speedy cure.
Upham's Freckle, Tan & Pimple Banisher,
PRemovca frickles, tan, senburn, pimples on the face. Soften
the skin and beautifies the complexion, warranted not to injars
Dr. La Porte's Life Elixir.
The 'real Nervine and Rejuvenating Remedy, restore to Buaiy
r an wno are suQennK rrom Iiupured cpinat wi
Nervous Debility, Ac , arising from whatever cause.
The Japanese Hair Stain, ,
Colors the Whiskers and Moustache a licsutiful black or br";
It consists of on I v one ureiu-nitioii. Colur will not wash or
OR EGUS OF PHARAOWS SRPKXTS.
A new chemical toy, an interesting and arousing toy,
Ing of small eis:-tike cones, which, when ignited, erolre in J
few seconds, a lone twisted anake. rsmtinir nniversal sroaoer,
auJ as harm I. s as stmnre.
aii me above preparations are sold by
C. F. PFLrOKR. " '
Agent for . C. TphWi
MB ly , Fort St., HooolB"-
Plantat&tion Lahor BbolWy '