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I'ao BoTox Per Sjrrm, March iClh :
R.-uuiir, bo I. . . .
B-ef. bbl ....
Hl davits. ..
It. It;-, csk .
KrHnt. bli .
Churu. No ...........
Curle, rW . .... . ... .
pk mul coil.
Corn (fftru) ca. .......
Cofper, mI1j. ..........
Furniture, jkj. ... ..
i Hani-. Ice. ........ ..
Hat, r.. ...........
i Hair, ......... .
I lue, Ui:e ..........
KC- (rniply) No .
larbWr. c. .......
firouilr, Jc .......
1 Mti-h5, c
0 Mmi'dii.., bJU. .......
SMI Nails, kegs
14, rom position, kgs.
" Oak plank pea
CTt -akuo), bale...
4 thut, No..............
4 Parking, pkg
So 'Pail. dm
2n I'lnwa and fixtan-, pkgs
V I 'Unna, rm .... .....
' Pitch, bbU
& I'ork, eaks
JO Piwtrfu, c ......... .
2 Rein, bbla
ft rihooks (oil), bdla
11 Head awl li.wr.. ck
1) Sbooka Cusir.
4'J ll-i-ii., IJUib .
3 Pink., N
207 fu1ea, r...... ....
1 Starrh. r. ...........
25 ove. No
1 - Tar. bbl.
t Tirki- f, cm
2 Tinware, c ..........
9 Tobtcco, cj ..........
1 Trunks, Dent ........
1 Tuba, im-sIm
21-T I. opcifl'-l indse, pkg.
t- Vio. gar. bbla
110 Vahtan.!, UIU
10 What. b..H
3 W'b'vlharri'ws, pkg...
M Wickif.JT. bile .........
12 Window. lulls. ........
1 Wire, eika ............
1 Yeast powder, bxa....
SATLKOAf. APRIL . 1-T0.
The moat oip.wt.Vi er.mmer.-t J rereireJ bf IU maiia
tin. k U Iht? cm.lio-ti d.rclu of g 1 io ' York, it hiT
inS t.wrbal 110 ou the tfc, aarf af:rwau roe a little, being
at Li. date. 1 12 0 I IX Tbe ! of the tttli referring to the
d.rlinn lui the t.Howiug cnm-titj :
Tie rr l mwmnt nf A. T. firvart la New Yk In rr
duf tux bJ f ri - ill ar-K'Mth b lbc)lv lecl pruduued erckt
eit itrment. awl tin- -t. arHily canraaed. 1 be re
.l.i. le u. h..'W, fiiu to bir Ix-ru rrfcct!y k-giliiaate.
1 1m- II. i.c air rr Lrjf imjrln fel aa ..lla. .l.bera
iit Aiutw ln.ii.uj;lur-, d a rolw Iwnui .rne knowing
ld ar.e C'ikl u air. TLua. a.e a cttt waa worth
1 40 i-r ja--d lait auMiui Vu ld fl 40, it waa equal
k 1 c ld tr jrard. Now "kl bn 1 13, a reductiur ct the
rkln to ifce iMr pfice, ur Uki.' iK 27 retita :r J ax J, gives
f 1 :d- 1 1 a :u t" t' t " crrtaij.lr w to lake
roi by the (rlock. II ibr .n- of f J gvjea op afaio, tiie
.aJra liaT caabled lite ucbav; fcl excbarij;-; f .r rebiltaoce
m imported gjui at kw rat- a. If 1'),0JO jrarda wire aold at
$1 37 in Jt'pfember, tlwr pr-jcerda would thrn Uae bought
Jlixiu iA eir hani; ; 10,uU jrarla now aotd at 1 l' wiU also
lurnh ii.H'Mt.f e-hai.ff. Tbe enrrexK pr- tor atTUne,
..ihMaio .rce ol cokt has Ctiira from 1 1 54 to 1 J6.
W arre llvr dealer ia ot in tirtft. which ran be diarttarjreii with
ctirr.!.ry. the d.lf-rwe ia rurrewiy prii: of l!e j n:a is nora
inal. Ci anH'firi! thy will brir in g Aii rtaimiis the aaoie.
the anxMiut f d- bt '.autan-lnia; ia vertr amall cotnpara
tiT. ly, Ihu,uti na caJj acofuIttotLate ItU t j the chaugcil
Tlf. tommtrr Urra.'l of lh-. aunc Utc baa tht .tIoir.
r 'atfr ; fi fur hi f.'y uati. 1 1
Thre u x. ?r-at a tin of r !d m turMie lliat ait V rc.rna- ,
li'y rrrnt inrrrioietit, at rai. a fn.in 4 T cnt. upward, ia i "'"P iron, W. .
t.ikrn w tti r.iiraor.iirwtry atwlity. Tbe 1'aria prire f.r ni my , ini a .
ia 2 pr r"it. f-r AiitaiM. m bait k . ail 2 fr r4-r.t. on tb o.-o
u,.irk. t. Io Ixi. f-n. muK-y ia w.irth only 2 ip 3 pr c.i.t , J
kil ither Kur' pma market nbr.w e.rrpi.!iiii:jr low rat-. t
I: i it.-t tcjif Uiaf .tiropjun captt'ii( IiaJd, uialr aurh '
r,r.-iinitaum. .I.rrt tbeir atteulioo to titz rnfiireof the I
r'ti .rvnntl by Aaterirun iriveatOKbie. Tbe fa.'t that imr .
.nl hat ; up Ut tit in r'nr.-pe. dinvmvtrale the fre!i-eti'-l
T.'&Arurr L-t ia lb t Aft .l our tioVrumfit, anil Ihin
tj exr-u.1 -.1 ,tt. ,l i t Krur.tir other than nalfawl.
Tbe d.j:..rr vt turw r-l niinm near Hjd Ii. b'jo!d
Ihe prove t be rxietaiTe, will draw a large norntf-r t tb 1 'sketa, c
ft'M.t.ij; poMilu(ijo '4 cili- I that atiaa. Cjod authority ru-i:.,w. V, ....
:iys lh.it tbf iptiM 1 ;;- e end at leot flftneo miles, alwJ , rlag. b.d-
tlrr .s iv,n Jif th"u...nd to work. Th- cbmate la much i I1' Xn......
. t asbuxre tw
tuiblcr thio 14? B'rc o. rtljrn ibiue, aud tbr wiil be lr flour, pkes.....
nlT-nre; atnot f itir ,f.T rlr.-a who may be altractnl llay, Uifc .....
tl.itber . ae. rrh ol what all rov.t. ! 'rl-.ue. pkg.
.... ....... . I.ai.f-ma. No...
e rjwle in it a m-'inrt:tl Vi Ibe Mate l-ri!alure baa .
t rtreulaceif ia Han Fraftci.ro, pry.n lliat buly to poaa :
r-ailulr'n artm I'.mfnii l prattle a aubaidy f-r a new line ',
J il'-aiicr between lit.it irl aiwl &ylnry. The memorial , " " . .
.tll .... 1 P HosoKOXo Per North Star. .March 2olh :
a strwi l"'ly H I"- k"ii0 wrb anW, aul d Jabtlets t,,.p.r, Ul a 13 Kice, lbs 27,0C'O
the Legislature will take actu. on au'-j'?i-t. S fir u w( fuutt, ib .. 5KrJ Spric ... ......Ji.Dli
cao karn, .lbii.jc h.w rrmanw but th- anion f Corgreaa to j Vj.u j-Uonis.ur i75 M ; Foreign V4 WJ
inaure tie .m.,.. .iiat r .nu..'1eii.ria U Ibis steam ol.-rpci-. F"u : It.4D Per Sarah, .March S'iUia
...v.... j r I'jui , iii.ia..... .......
liread, t. ft,l(ope c..il. ....... ...... 1
.! 15tw'lu.l t..i .
t b.iin cable. No ....... 1
Valu-: Kt.rriii tl l'.l 38
them toi.-it th rrwup..it. I , ,. . m .
Tbe Ulc a.lm a Ir n raa rrarur.. .huw ao maU rial , AnLu. 1 t-,.1. I.M 2iM building, With gl eat BUCCC8S, the perfuniierS DClIlg
rUt C it ti T.a!a itirfi of r pfr.lure in that market. All ; Oil, I.iu.ed,r.i, .f.r. lb.... 33.4TO j (f th a-.--., of nfttJve ftnd foreil,n
drum.... 2j' l ellow nifl iL, ca i ra
Valu; Fore is n J376 !)7 I'.motc $ 3,4jKb'
Fbow Hax t ac ito Per Flhtn Allen. March 30th :
Pran, bags .
J inn, bag. ..........
1 Potatoes, pkxa.......
& Pnkts, iron, Nu ......
7 K.."-, coiU ..........
15 tawing Machine, No .
1 Hknv, Nj
2 Stove, No
8o Sai.d, pk
2U0 I npecilied nidae, C-t.
87 ' W ine, r in .........
Wh.ih.-r iIluti will rnke IKa'.luIu or Tal.iti thir
calinic station. uepuaIa mi Ih r a-tioa cf ihe Ilawaiuui aiwl
I'fn. ti II it.-i;i:i. i,t ., b-.li "4" uw h are uit- rt- .J iu indui iug
.AseocLttion, eituatel on the corner of Fourth
Avenue and Eaet Twentj-third etreets, cost,
infliidiue the land. S487.00O. In Great Britain
and the British Colonies there are 231 .Associa
tions, and in the different countries of continental
Europe, 454, making a grand total of 1,344
An6ociatioriR, which have sprung into active and
useful existence throughout the world from the
little nucleus born in Boston.
It is often asked what are the
ohject of these Young lien's .Christian Associa
tions? and on this joint a good deal of misuD
derefctnding" still exists. The purposes for which
l ' they are founJed are moral, religious and intel-
! lectu:il improvement, of the members themselves
, and of all others who may come or be drawn
! within the sphere of their influence. While
i ptrictljr evangelical principles are laid down in
, tl.r.ie T.l'i t fi1-tn tripv i.inLf no distinction in sects.
IUVI1 . a va a-uy waa. - '
i and no differences of ojunion existing between
evangelical bodies are allowed to be introduced
i in their meetings and discussions. The primary
o j object seems to be to make their places of meeting
not only uiuuviyo mj uiwiniiij . v.....
culture, hut otherM i.e attractive homes for young
men. For inMnnee, in the New York building
above alluded to there is a beautiful organ which
cost 10,000, and a Chickering Grand Piano.
Besides these musical attractions, there is a large
reading room, wash and bath rooms, a gymnasium
and . bowling alley, and last, but not least, a
lihrary, capable of containing 20,000 volumes.
At the dedication of this beautiful building in
Inst. Vice President Colfax, an invited
' guest, thus eloquently alluded to the sphere and
; work of the Associations : ' While each church
' may be a pillar of beauty and strength . in a
) majestic and divine temple of faith, your -Asso-:
ciation is like the dome, which unites while it
! protects all, and on which is emblazoned, io
i letters resplendent with more light than the sun
at noon-day, these woids of love and power,
, Christian unity." During the Chribtmns holi
I days, the New York Association gave a number
of vocal and instrumental concerts in their new
sive mode of manufacture, and will at once adopt
if. . ; -
Mr. G. was invited to visit Peru first, and in
troduce bis improvement there ; bnt took the
advice of gentlemen in San Francisco interested
in trade with these islands to visit us. e are
glad he has done so, as our planters will thus be
the first to reap tbe advantages of his new pro
cess, should it be found to fulfill his anticipations
Will not some one of our planters, who may have
tbe means, and a disposition to second his efforts,
invite Sir. G. to make experiments on his planta
tion, and furnish him with every necessary to give
the process a full and fair trial? - lie is ready to
accept such offer, and probably within one month
after .getting to work, will be able to satisfy every
one of the value of bis invention. If the procet
reduces the ost of machinery, fuel and labor,
and turns out a larger quantity of sugar in less
time, than is now done, as is claimed, it is evident
that it will become of great advantage to the
country. Let us have a fair trial of its merits.
Linda ( ib.m- ity arid t-fin 2 'U b.itis Iieny-ly, ami trade N j
rcpreaeui:i aa ry .1- pre-.U. ,i.r are iptiX.! March 12th '
t litrv, at 9Cllr tr lie I yrad- ; re,7Se; coffee, 17c; .
Ac, k(, but th-w ix.itin are i.e.rlT irnifial. J
The bark .tf.'m lrm-n a ainan a..jrtrd cargo to '
Meaars. Walker k A'k a. ki n I b- f ilkiwed by tbe hark '
l.nyU Tr'lrr,X-t nail lib-nit Marr!i 'J Jib, and tine in all next
welt. Tbe Ult.-r .-ri a a-: kinj salt i t tb cralll.ii trade. !
The aliip i'yr, ..iMiwrJ in tor Ul fx mi B'wlon, hriu(S '.
an aiaorir.1 rar; I'. .V-.t V. lirewcr 4c Cx Hue wiil louJ I
ilatal n:idria i t New B-if .l arvl H"t n. As thednty on
miilwo arvl ir will pr'dab:jr be hr-ly reduced by the ;
time rite arri'- b .rr.', w- li..ul.l 1'iTiik it ooM pay our ,
planter U hip tb'-ae articlea f r- I y by her, aa tbe Eastern
prices are qwtr I wil np. Ecry ta sent Fax', will Vil to
improve ur Cai.foruin market, and furuiih excluuige, now
!i9icalt to obtain.
Tbe Anv-riean liip Jmni Etatmirm, arrieed yesterday, 25
day Irxn Japaa, with 1,500 tons ill cuaL IU-r dealioaUon is
SATURDAY. APRIL 2.
l!itcr.Ihlana -i ton in, Aftuln.
The Government organ returns to the Bulijett
; of rt-Ctting the old ste-.uuer Kiauen, and makes
1 some statements which demand notice. It pub
. lishen a table purporting to give the lir&t ten
trips of this vestal to Hilo and back, taken from
. artistes. The Associations are moreover, earnest
and persistent workers in the cause of temperance,
j One excellent feature in the operations of these
! Associations in large cities is that they seek out
! young men from the country, irrespective of their
' religious tenets, and procure for them emploj
! ment, boarding places and good companionship,
often so difficult for a Btranger to find, aa well as
opportunities for mental and physical culture.
! We have here in Honolulu also, a Young Men's
Christian Ascoeiation, which, though not yet a
year old, is already exerting a salutary influence
in our midst. Its rooms are in the second story
-- - . ... v.. . 4..wv uuii.D uiuni imii; Ul 11 11.1 i lj OOUtllieU llltT m ijl IV . X liu it-vuill, viiuirv Ul 11 u ichuiiio
a!twi.u6r,amiwuibeiuwd frora tjje Inarjne record of the ottiLml oran, 'and lectures in this city, was originated by the
irit week, awl the lUkan Jlttn ' , . . . . . . . j . . - . ? .
whicli is so proverbially incorrect that it has long Association, not for the purpose of profit, but to
au the U.a I Ro"ia is iKCdoiinc rrrJ beariah aod freely talks
I a i.;r line l 1 H ; hethr aincerely, or in order to Influence
Iw-t frirra ami nhort int'rewta on which t base ao n,ward
liHiveuK-ct. is left Vit thl future t determine.
The India ami ITnrotieaii Telegraph Company hare just
r.miiitrteil the wire front ltid.o direct to India. The line ia
-inb.iaed of laud wir a and cables, and runs via Berlin, War-
i a T . k . w . . ii - j t r .
provide literary entertainment for the public, it
' Ixiinj; a part of the work of the Associations to
, her record book. According to this statement, ! of the Sailor's Home building, where there is a
' it. . . 1 a, a. y . a . !t . a II a
aa et uncertain. . tiic un. waa 04 uavs ana tne longest 0. . pieisani anu wen proviuea rcauing room open io
r.-h Myr Mtoti jAmt9n aa.k.l ft .u franriaco on . Thet figures luust Iiave been originally obtained the public. The recent coure of five readings
. 1 . :... - t '- 1 . 1 - . v r . . '
a nur.'iMv , wna m tiarKui m
by tite bark Comrt, la" all
later in iuc motua. 1
commercial itlms. mice iH.cn entirely ignored as unworthy of cre-
? y,,."."Ar'',,rVar.7 !'-'r "f mrmey article : deuce. In a matter of so much consenuencft ns
the trijof a steamer made ten years ago, correct supply lectures, concerts and other rational enter-
data are all-important.
Now by referring to the files of the Advertiskh.
we find that the shortest trip of the K'Jauta to
.oTtoi I and b" m H dye, and that the avemge lot of their own and erect a suitable building.
ei?oichi"TT7nw$i ! WM fict Jay and a half' or ,nore ' somewhat on the plan, though of course not on
n fi -. twenty wor.ia. (14 25. To a'aimos east of Cbitta- j correctly, five days and fourteen hours. This i the scale of those of 'the New York and Wafthin"-
. .m.m . Tn. wr.nL 1 k ' ratw av..l-a 1 l 1. . .tt t O
iwAiTmtntefhMMbM iwijJmlriZtCbii-i- wa6 dolie wheD the was new-vexKcl. boiler and
HS a l. in atxmt niuetyHwo desreea ofeaat kmsitude. I machillCTT. all new and in the m., trloot nr,l..r
Jainuients. We heartily wish them all success
i and prosperity, and hope the time is not far
distant when they may be enabled to procure a
v. ijhustos, reurnary ..-in. i ne Detect votnmittee on et. 11 ......
the Am-iicau na:Kali.Hi interest hae agreed to rvport a bill j nln weu 80 iong nB fUC "l tiie large marine
ai:..rn drawbacks 00 ili..buil linj materials not to exceed $. ' boiler oriinallv Mlt in hr often mnkinrr tinrW
lr too oa wooden a-uling vessels; $10 per too 00 composite ; V I ut Jn nPr nlren "laKing, under
-uiliti vesaeU with Iron frames ami woudeo pfc-nkiiig J $lUer : eteam alone, ten knot 8 an hour. If th ftnilprsi
I'Ki on wuonen si.-aniers 5 91 per ton oa Composite steamers ,. , .
ai.d on iron mail ii rsMets, ami 1 per loo trun steamers. : whiori are DOW Construct in;
tf U tuat-riaU used are borne production equivalent amounts t;on ! Tn .,, . ,.,,in Thin ro
ar- to be allowed The second section allows ship stores and I 1 ' e 00 88 C "S511"- 1 nls re
ntal to be shipped and cooaui
ig work up to expecta-
umed free of duty. Ti nurd aeo mains to be proved,
idy to African vessels engaged io ; 1 .
a ix months in a year between ' aSo UOUbt good Ski
turns allows an annual sobsidy
tne can-vine trade Ix mooths in a year
A.nw. mm- sirrigu pons or oeiween several porta.
eood skill and workmanHhin and a
ir oeiween several porta, tne 1 i. . ......
t otcmittee also report a biUsabstitntiiif for all tonnage duUes ! '"-y ouuay 01 money can inac the Aiawca
:::ro.I. t leat-what is required
A New Style or 8vttiiG.- A new dodge of the smug- y the law. But at the best fche will be an old
"ed-,! ! with old machinery, for the Gazette assures
every vovaice a qoanuty of ced.tr punka which are cut np lor j us that the old machinery ia to be used, with
niakinx ciga Uiacs and other tbii js ; the planks were about ; , , ., r t
ten f -et I.M.K aift were tied in bundlca that bavea very innocent ' Simply liew DOlierS. FaVen With the ni06t favora-
ai-l-earance. 'i' to informatioQ that fcad been faled tsith ! I.Ia cfii tl.ifr ttn V.a i..o.1. it- ....... t .1. .1 - 1
Hie Collect. t f Cu-totna, the officers folbrtred a Uray load of j L,e 6noW that Can m&t it HOW looks as though
lltese bundk to a trunk store they had been ciinsigned to. On ! the CoVCITiment Olid . Iveotle will have toTtflV
otniiig itu: .f the bundles the outside plank came ofl" without : . 11 l'J
truubk . but ibe next one would uot come uniu assuted with a - dearly for the luxury of team, if the Kilauea is
rlaw hauin..-r. wiiru it waa foun.1 that tbe wbule inUrior of the ! 41 ,..,i , ,
buialle waa a rerrplable Br-ttas cigars, which were i the on,J steamer to be employed.
iz"!::7, s Tte GazeUe tl,at " favorablc offcr8 ,ia
1 bis t-im- b.u been played fir some time, and probably a mil- t been made to the Government to supply coal,"
li..u dollars w..rtb of cigars have been bronchi in without nav- ' . ... . ..
ine any duty. The .i;e was an ir.eeuions one ami win ; There is notliing new in this announcement.
I-ZV"- S "r.rui erJIwt a t" m favorable o&en " before, to supply
impiaii. n our bub tar.IT puts in Ihe way of men to make
tlwiu du-boiiest. The rree traders ot forth thia arrametit, and
it is certarnly n-.t without wtigt.t. Kultrtm.
inter island steam service as well as coal. liut the
; trouble is, it never accepts tho favorable offers 1
Fui Sit F-.vrisco Per bark Comet, soon.
V nm Kara I Per Jennie. Monlay or Tuesday.
LaHaiva frr N.ttie Merrill. Muoday or Tuesday.
port or noiioi.ui.TJ. h. i.
Ma. 2 Am ship ityren, J.4uiaon. 121 Java from Host.io.
Am wh bk rfca Hreese, Fisher, 2i0 Mils b oil.
W-Am wh sh Cor I low land, lloroau, 7a bbls wb oi'L
27 -!. r Kinao. Wahla, from Maui.
27 Wht Pauahi. Itallastier. from MolokaL "
i frbr loi Keiki. Nape, from Maui.
J'V ft Jamestown, Tnutoo, 15 days from San
S.-hr flattie, Nik, from Kauai.
-hr Keoni Ana, Kikrke, from Niibaa.
-""cnr itokiueie, vuduit, from Maui.
v cr.r Annie, trom a cruise with
! made to it. And as its steamer may coft it
i $40,000 the first year, where private parties will
to do the service for $12,000 or $20,000 ; po its
I coal will probably cost it $12 to $20 a ton, when
: private capital would obtain it jit $10.
I But thefe are not the only points to be taken
. into consideration. Government, in thus en-
gaging in intcr-ieland steam service, is doing all
J it can to crush private enteTpriese, which, once
; established, would do vastly more for the country
j in this matter than Government. Private enter-
i priso should be encouraged rather than crowded '
out. Take, for instance, the towing of vessels.
Here was a field for private capital, which was
V UVUB W UU ... .. .
t schr Jenny, launU rt, from Kauai. Iiemg well perlormcd, when UoTcrnmctit, find-
:nr Acrive, jirtiu-n, Ir.'iu Hawaii.
3tt Am bk F.thau Alkn, Snow, 15 days from San Fran
00 Am ship Jennie Eastman, Getcbcll, 25 days from
Mar. 2S Am wh ship Coo I lowland, Hinan, to cruise.
JT f. hr .Mary Kilcn. Crane, l Maui.
H.:hr Warwick, Joha Bull, t Moiokal.'
28 Solar Marilda, IWrriil, t Hawaii. .
-" Mt O.L1 Fell., Marcbant, for Hawaii. -'
t cbr Nettie Merrill. Cluney. for Maui
'J chr Ilattie. Nika. tot Kauai.
ao Am bk -inh, Snow, f..rFb.-nis I.land. . .
at rcDr . tveiu, aj-, n Mani.
-l nenr ivamaiie.
ing there was money to be made in it, built a
steam tug, froze out those who had started
! the enterprise, and has since continued to per-
form this service. Were the towage and inter-
ltland steam service awarded to private parties
on favorable terms, we should have steam eup-
plied to us at less cost than Government can pos-
sibly do it for.
j The same principle applies to other branches of
business. Government should not engage in any
j bus! nee 8 which can be more cheaply performed
. tut PetronamlakL
i wt aenny, laraien, lor Kauai.
31 AmjK-hr Ma3ie Johnston, Brennan, tor San Fran-: by private capital, whether it be running inter-
- 31 abi k bk Seneca, Kelly, tacruiae. ' inland steamers, towing vessels in and out the
April 1-Pkhr Active. Melluh. Maui. 4 ' ? ! k.i- 1..;-, t. ; :,u i :
j , ! i .7 4 fcj uio . i j nnu niiKi l 4lJj
! printing office, or importing water pipes and
other stock required for its use. Where all
can be done by open and fair contract
RlFORT of 8hi Sybkv. Left Boston, Nov. 12, 1S4. Nor.
Jftth, oft Cape Ha hie, had heavy tik-s from the northeast, and
bvetofU hours. In lat. north. Kmc- 52 west, ex-
,.t.-. - .. .t -.. 11 t... t. " , i:t
perieaced heavy sales from south to soathweal, with much I 1 a"? u., oj.iuciu.auu., .piiaiiou. ur
Had the norlheaxt trades south of eat. with rainy and i mechanic, who" are ever Teudv to increftSA their
Creased the equator in 31 west long, - ' . . ' ........
-i n.Ilr ww.lh.r
.lays from Boston. On the tiiirty-cood dav out was aonih f r business and perform the service at the lowest
ou1 "m UKaCC 'iU, Dor'hcalit wu"" ! po-sible rates, Government should keep within
Dii'thTS , NJ1'-1 ita FI)t'ere' and encourge '.the induttry of
dinian steamer Liyuirm (full of passenger,), -7 days from
tienos, bound to Buenos Ayres. Jan. 20, 1870, lat. 39 south,
l W west, had heavy gales from the southwest ; hove to
2 hoars. Jan. 19Ut. crowwd tbe parallel of" M aoutb lat.
Jan. 2i)th, at niidni;ht, passed Cape St. John (Staten Land )
Jan. 26U, west of Cape iinrn. Crossed the parallel of 60
south in Ihe facific, Feb. 5th. From 54 s aouth, 1 9 west,
to -a south, 60- west, experienced a snccesa.m of nortli
west ral-3l : iuive to several time, ship hehavinc noUv. From
- - souia to souii, naa ngnt oa.ni
were IS dava averaciac 2 miles an hour.
fresh southeast trades afterwards light, sails slattinc; contin- I the erea.fe multinlku tv of 8ucieti in svrw eieitiw.
tially. Crossed ti equator in 120 vest lot. JOT days out. I . . ... .. .r .'. .
For the last four day. had fresh n- rtheaat trades. March 2olh, ' COUEtTJ , DaDUOd together, not for the advance-
at 7 a. m made East Man, bearini weatiouthwesL. dmiai.t i ...,. ....-...... -
about 40 miles. At midnight hove to oT Coco Head, 123 daya I mcn. OI BClDSn ends, DUl IOr Uie purposes Ol 6dU-
iron oo-ioo. w sperm whales several times since crossing I cation and moral Culture.
u- cuimhh ia me racmc
ita citizens, instead of pseuming an attitude an
tagonistic to them.
Young rjn'n Olirlstlan A-mso-,9
-5 L .2 elation. , f
The age' in which we live prcsentfl one feature"
hSfrninfil i'l ! peculiarly hopeful .for, the future of our race
j these is the Young Men's Christian Association.
Commencing . from a . "very .small beginning in '
Tnn AT-, .too r V. . i i f f BAinA iant.fi..
Feox BoTo.-IVr Hyren. March 26th-W P A Brewer-1 ' j-a.. Ji,
ago, ana ior jme.nres iew years, struggling Tor
existence through misunderofanding and prejudice,
the ABfiociatidn' has latterly increased rapidly in
numbers and influence until to-day it bas kindred"
Associations, not only throughout the' American
Union and-the British' -Provinces;- but ; also in
Great Britain, France,. .'.Germany, Switzerland,,
Italy, and away off in Australia. In tle United
State and Canada, there are 659 Associations,
twelve of which own and occupy buildings fitted
for their work, possessing a.ca&b value of $1,399
000. The new building of the New York City
Faon 8 Faaxct-co Per than Allen, March 30 Capi
Hempstead, Mr and Miss Johnson, II Meineeke, Cspt N P
Crav, Messrs Johnson, Clements, Hawkea, II Merrill, Lloyd,
Mrs C Wohetarth arid 2 children, Ah Lee, Ah Man 15,
Fob Puaatx Imasc Per 8arah, March Slat N A Blame,
Victor Royal, Grumon 3.
Fob PsTBoractsu Per Kamaile, March 31st W C Gar
Fbom Bast FBascteco Per C.U.E. Jamestown, March 31 at
Albert Koaniakea, Wm J Moger X $
'Fob Sab Fbcio Per Maie Jolinaton,' Marck 31st
D V Haudiey 1.
Bos BBS At Waimea, Kaoai. March S3d, at the residence
of hr C-lher, Mrs.-Mi.vi!tA C., mite of Mr. lIninml II.
Kf-g'T Moktkal. . ,
ton Ahp ociations the lower jart let for stores,
and the upper portion devoted to the purposes of
the Association, including a large hall for lectures
and other useful purposes. At prcpent, Hono
lulu ia todly riifipint in this latter 'requirement.
V e cordially comment! tiie Honolulu Young
Men's Christian Association to the sympathy and
substantial aid of our citizens. Their first anni
versary occurs in the latter part of the present
month, of which due notice will be given.
The New York Association publishes a very
interesting monthly, which can be found on file
at the reading room of the AHSociation in this
city, which is always open and to which the
travelipg and resident public are ever welcome,
Sundays as well as week daya.
I'll Hawaiian ImIsiiicI Treaty.
This treaty still hangs fire in the Senate. . An in
telligent citizen wtio has recently returned from Wash
ington states that there would have been no difficulty
in securing the ratification of the treaty if a single line
had been altered. But those who were interested in
pushing it on the American side would not consent to
any such amendment. It will be remembered that the
original treaty was drawn up in this city, and was
the joint production of Minister Harris, acting for
the Hawaiian Government, and Minister McCook,
acting for, we don't know who. and certain sugar
refiners in this city. In this treaty, favored with
the special advantages of all the light that could be
.hod upon it, it is provided that only those qualities
of sugar designated as No. 12 Dutch standard, and
under "A," should be admitted duty free. The
matter was so managed that the refiners kept in the
background, while the Hawaiian Uovernment was
made to appear as originating these terms and asking
for their ratification, while in fact they were shaped
wholly in the interest of the sugar refineries. It
gave the refiners a monopoly of the sugar business,
lecause so much of the low grades as they wanted
for refining could come in tree, while the higher
grades, which could be largely used without refining,
would be kept out. If the Hawaiian Government
really wants a reciprocity treaty let it take measures
to alter the clause pointed out, so that all Island
sugars shall come in either free or with only nominal
duties. Ia the form in which the treaty has been
put before the Senate, it provides for the promotion
of certain interests at the Inlands, and the interests
of the sugar- refiners of this cityj We hope our
Senators will look, into the provisions of this treaty,
and if it is fairly amenable to this criticism, take
some steps te secure an' amendment."" A treaty of
this kind, to be of any value, must prescribe fair
terms of reciprocity.
We find the above in tbe Bulletin, of March
11th, and .think .there must be some. mistake
regarding tho matter. Judge Allkn is now in
Washington, ia the capacity of Hawaiian Envoy
extraordinary, fully empowered to make any
alterations in the treaty necessary to ensure its
passage. He is understood to be warmly in favor
of admitting all grades of our sugars (dark and
light) free of duty, instead of those only under 12
Dutch standard. Either this change, or an addi
tional section subjecting all grades of Hawaiian
sugars to a nominal doty, would undoubtedly be
accepted by this Government. If there is any
doubt about the extent ot the powers delegated
to Judge Allen, the administration should waste
no time in setting the matter right, aod in vesting
him with the power' necessary to secure the
passage of the treaty, if there is any disposition
shown on tiie part of the American Government
and Senate to adopt a compromise. "
Iil torrtvy -Votes.
There is a strong rivalry growing up between
the various American illustrated papers, one good
result of which will undoubtedly be an improve
ment i'd the character of the illustrations. It
does not speak well, however, for American artists
to Fee the greater part of the pictures published
in America merely copies from European illus
trated papers, without credit as to the source
they are obtained from. Not unfrequently Har
per's, Leslies' and Every Saturday will each pre
sent on the same day the very same pictures,
taken from London papers.
The London Illustrated News furnishes the
finest wood engravings, and some of these are re
markable as specimens of art. Take, as exam
ples, the " Wolf Rock Light-house " and 14 Gra
vosa Harbor " in its issue for January 15, 1870.
The execution of these the perspective and the
fineness of the engravings have rarely been
equaled. Again in the issue for February 19,
the Sources of the Missouri River," on page
193, is a most admirable work of art. Some of
its portraits, as for instance, those of the French
mini-try in the issue of February 12, are equal
to the finest steel engravings. This periodical
deservedly stands at the head of illustrated pa
pers. Its only fault is the high cost $14.00 a
Harper's Weekly of March 12 publishes a very
fine portrait of the late Anson Burlingame, the
Chinese Envov to America and Europe. Those
who met him here four years ago will recognize
in it a most faithful likeness of this able diplo
matist. Hkaktu and Home, a semi-illustrated weekly,
is a most admirable and instructive family paper,
being filled in the main with selections intended
for home reading. It is edited by Donald G.
Mitchell, and supplied at the news depots here at
five dollars a year, postages paid.
Mark Twain's lastr book, " The Innocents
Abroad, or the New Pilgrim's Progress," is en
joying a very large and rapid sale, and is really a
funny book. The author sold out bis copyright
for ten thousand dollars, and the publisher will
probably net double that sum from the book.
Mr. Horace Greeley has commenced a series
of Essays on Farming in tbe weekly Tribune.
The Tribune was never more prosperous than at
the present time. It has divided among its pro
prietors over 180,000 within a year.
Appleto.n's Journal (weekly) is one of the
most attractive periodicals of the present day.
It and also Every Saturday promise to publish
Dicken's new novct, entitled " The Mystery of
An enterprising London firm, publishes every
day at noon a little paper of twelve pages about
the size of All the Ytar Round, called The News
List and Index. In it is given a list of the sub
jects discussed by the morning papers the corre
spondence;, reviews and intelligence. The weekly
papers and the magazines are dealt with in the
same way. The price of this curious little sheet
is a penny.
Mr. D. D. T. Moore, proprietor of tho Rural
New Yorker, on New Year's Day, presented
twenty persons in his employ with paid-up life
insurance policies, in amounts of 500, $1, 000
and 2,000 respectively, aggregating $18,000 in
surance, at a cost of $5,500. '
Tbe Byron scandal has given rise to innumera
ble articles in the literary journals of Germany.
Mrs. Stowe is bitterly denounced by the German
critics, as guilty of 44 the greatest literary crime
of the century." .
Some idea of the enormous sale of dance music
may bo formed frora a statement in a French
paper, that the profits derived from the sale of a
certain Valse des Roses amount to 252,000 francs.
The Revue des Deux Mondes, which is gener
ally considered the best European magazine, has
a circulation of only twenty-one thousand coDies.
The circulation of the London Times is only
half what it was three years ago.
It is again rumored that another attempt at an
American Punch is to be made.
De Lesseps is writing his own account of the
ouez canal. . .. -.
" The first number of the new Boston Magazine,
Old and New, reached a sale of 25,000.
Rochefort will occupy his time in prison, in
writing his autobiography.
The Queen of Prussia bas a religious novel in
Dumas is writing a play on the Trauppman
Is it is Crime to Commit JSiiioltle "
Some eighteen months ago, tbe Attorney Gen
eral of this Kingdom caused a Chinaman to be
prosecuted before the Supreme Court, on a charge
of attempting tbe crime of murder, in that he
had endeavored to take bis own life by banging.
It was proved in the course of the trial, that the
same man had some months before made a similar
attempt to destroy himself4 by taking opium,
having been pumped out just in time resuscitate
life. . The trial at the time, attracted considerable
attention in our community and among the legal
fraternity, and many thought the ground taken
by the prosecution, that suicide was murder, was
not legally tenable. Of course, if the Court
decided tbe question in the affirmative, then the
Chinaman would be guilty under our statute,
which declares that the attempt to commit a
crime is merged in the crime itself. . ,.
By the common law of England, it is an offense
for a person to attempt to commit suicide, and
by reference to the London journals instances
may not unfrequently be found where persons
have been held and punished for such an attempt.
It is justly considered there, and wo believe in
France also, that suicide is an offense against
good order and the well-being of society, and as
such whoever attempts it should be punished in
order to warn others. Such in substance was the
argument of the Attorney General in the case
above alluded to. But tho Court (Chief Justice
Allen presiding) did not hold with the prosecu
tion, and tho would-be suicide was discharged.
A case in point has recently occurred in
Massachusetts, by which it would appear that
the old commonwealth still adheres to the common
law of England in respect to attempts to commit
suicide. During the month of.February last, a
man in Worcester attempted to commit suicide
by Bhooting himself, in which design however,
he failed, being only slightly injured, and an
attempt was made to hush up the affair. In the
early colonial times,5 the common law of England
was adopted by Massachusetts, but it is stated
that there never has been an instance in that
State where it has been applied in cases of this
kind. On the 18th of February, however,
Dennis, the person who had tried to shoot him
self, was arraigned before the Municipal Court of
Worcester on the charge of attempting to commit
suicide.' He pleaded guilty, but the Court having
no jurisdiction of the offense, he was ordered to
give recognizance with sureties in the sum of
$500 for his appearance at the May term of the
Supreme Court. We Bhall look with some
interest for the result of this case.
Queen's Hospitai The following is the Report of w w r51 S n Hw rTr n .tr?
the Physician to tbe Quean's Hospital for the first ' U4l
quarter of 1870 :
Mr. President and Gentlemen of tht Board of
Trustees: Durinz the past Quarter. 223 patients
have been entered on the Hospital books, in which
number are not included many who applied only for
complaints of minor importance. Or this number.
90 have been admitted into the HospiUl as bouse
patients. Ihe number of prescriptions entered oa
TIIC A 1 CL-ITKR BARK
II. P. SXOU , Ma.irr. 1 '
the books amounts to 1,020, which does not include jg Heady to Receive Cargo for tte th i
repetitions of prescriptions . once entered. Fifteen , Port, and Will Sail With Dispatch I
deaths have occurred, of which fivs refer to the Aus- '
trian Frigate I'oitau. (three cases of chronic dysen
tery, and two of pulmonary consumption) ; all of
meee entered tbe Hospital in tbe last stage or meir
diseases. Ihree occurred to other foreigners, vu.,
one case of scurvy, with pleurisy; one of organic dis
ease of the brain, and one of Bright's disease, with
cerebral complication ; six refer to recently immi
grated natives or Manabiki and Danger Islands, in
all of whom the lately prevailing epidemic of pul
monary catarrh became aggravated with pulroonia
and pleurisy ; and one only of a native Hawaiian.
The highest number of Hospital patients at one time
was 1 1 ; the most ever had at one time before. . At
present, we have 50. A number of quite important
operations have been performed duripg tbe last six
months, of which I will only mention two partial re
movals or tbe lower maxilla, and one ease of ampu
tation of both feet above the ankles. .
Gazette. Wm. Hillebrand, M. D.
Vttr V rr vht ar Puuirr. hnvinr nanrrior imi...j.. I
- . - n . -- - .
Cabin arid tjtcrratte 1'aaofrnKrr. apply io T.T1
V23 WAWfcB ALLKN. i ' .
Regular jOispnlch I.j
Importer and Dealer In Boats, Shoes, Fine Clothing,
inrnlsIilDg Good,, rfrfaniery, &r.
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets,
723 1IUN0LLLC, U. I. ly
II Y MAN c BROTHERS, '
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Dry Goods, Clothing,
HATS, FURNISH-NO GOODS,
Ladies' aod Genu Boot- and Shoea, Yankee Notion., Jro., ke.
Capt. Strow's- Building, "
Wo. 20 MERCHANT ST., (7&11)) HONOLULU.
TIIE AMERICAN CUFPKR BARK ;
1 Uliiitini ill am r:i(.
Will have Dispatch for the above F(
For Krrigbt or Paair, bavlog superior aecniiiioittijDO'
eaMn and ateerage paMeoferi , apply to 1IIVJ
720 C. HHKWEK Co., A,,,
Regular Packet for Koolau, Oa
TUB CLIPPFR fchooxm, i HO
J. WOOD, MASTER,
Will run retjularly be(wen Honolulu and tht M V
ports of Koolau, Oahu.
For freight or pataag opply Io
THE CAPTAIN, on bt
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, Island
Frodnre, &e., and tonimission Merchant.
Byron'a Bar. Hilo. 8. I..
WiU keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by ships and others.
The highest price given fur Island Produce.
E7 Money advauced for Kill of Exchange at reasonable rates.
COOKING STOVES !
E. O. HALL & HOIV
Regular Packet for flanalei, J
TIIK CI.IPl'KK PCHOON1
FAIRY it UK E a
SMITH. MASTER, kjeri
WiU Sail at a Rrruhir Packet as oloie. P Vi
Tor Freight or passage apply to
WALKER k AUj
FOR KONA AND KAU.t
Trees, Trees, Trees !
tiici irvnDi;ii-VEn rwtwc
to the public bis services in selecting and furninh-jaKSg
ing Trees for transplanting from the Ulgpalaknn i
rSur.ries. Amongst them are some very choice and rare va
rieties of Kvergreens, Ac, proven to be suitable to this climate.
I am cnnBdcnt that a.n experience of 15 years in planting all
kimla of trees has eiubted me to select such as are best suited
to different localities.
On band a number of very fine Plants of tbe Ornamental
Cypressi s Pyraniirfalis and llorizontalis, 2 feet high and more,
just well adapted for transplanting.
Any conimunlcatioi'u addressed to the Underpinned Will be
promptly answered. II. UOLSTKIN,
723 21 Ulupalakua, Maui.
DRUGS AMD IViEPIClNES.
milE BEST ASSORTMENT IX THE CITT
M. can be found at
II. JL,. CHASE'S,
IN FORT STREET.
SHAKER HERBS OF VARIOUS KINDS,
723 Such aa are used in domestie practice. ly
STOVES ! STOVES !
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE A
few more of tboae
Celebrated Extension Top
Tropic Cooking Stoves,
WITH RESERVOIR AXD CLOSET.
Nos. 6, 7, 8 & 9 Tropic without Extension
AND ALL SIZES
CRYSTAL PALACE IMPROVED.
723 lm IRA RICHARDSON.
A GOOD I-VVjESTMET
CAPT. MEI.I.IMI. I llM,,
n'Mi . D -...! n.t,A i A 1. . w J -ST
wi in run mm m ivruiw u u wfc tuna, fur j
JtUT 4l W AIM IrtM Amr All L V a
Vl VM ww r w n-ja,t Af
HONOLULU AND SAN FRANCIS, ,
, m b
? 14 Nf.
'.. I jf... ITI.l C. .!
v.iiijiu uiu u ii 1 1 ru aiairs hjuKm
A Full Assortment of Stoves!1
OAY STATE STOVES, NO. O, WELL KNOWN
Harp Store, Sot. 1, 2, 3, 4, rery popular,
2. W I
. Wn iuilil
y April 14Urclneilay a1 'a
Msy 22 Krlday T ,
Jane jfriUay jj 'J
Tkornday March 10 1 W rduewlny w lu"
Barstow Cook, Nos. 2, 3, 4, a splendid Stove,
Ta flora' Sttwrw. No. 3,
Schoonrra Cambooea, Nos. 1 aod 2.
Farmer Calrfrona, for wood, 10, 21. 30, 84 rations,
Wsfflt Iro, Freuch Hoi I Pain, Oral Brown bread
Pans. Gem Pans, ic, &c. 723 3t
MR. WALTER MONTGOMERY'S
At Buftum's Good . Templar's Hall !
This Saturday Evening, April 2d,
Z' .MR. WAITER jT.r . . .
MOTS T O MERY
v WILL OITK. t j ,0, V. Jf
A Programme Specially Selected by bis Patrons, Incloding
, . LORD MAC AULA Y'S
HO RAT I US!
One of the Lays of Ancient Rome, and a repetition of tbe
. t . Screamins Farcioal Story of . t
The Kloomsbiiry Christening,
To le Imd Cheap !
rflHK ADVERTISER OFFERS FOR SA LE
JL liis Stock of .
Clothing 6c General Merchandise
ON REASONABLE TERMS.
The party purchasing can have the lease of the Store for a term
of fears. The stHud Is one of the nest io this city, and the
business is a prcfluble one. Addreii " A. B." at the office of
this papgr. 7-3 It
Dissolution of Partnership.
mriE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
1 existing between FRANK BROWN and GOPFKEV
BROWN, under the firm name and style of iiRJWN As CO.,
ia the Whole-;ue Wine und Spirit business, iu this city, is this
day dissolved by limitation.
Honolulu, March 30, 1870.
Any persons having accounts acainst said Arm of Brown &
Co., are requested to present tbero immediately, and all in
debted to s id firm are requested to settle their accounts by
the 16th of April, as I Intend leaving here bv the sn-amer
Idaho, on the 20th of April. . FRANK BROWN.
Honolulu, March 30, 1870. 723 3t
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AXD
the public that he has succeeded Messrs. BROWN & CO.
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Business,
i share of their patronage. He intends
E. O. UAIaWa & SON
Have Just Received
A NEW & FULL ASSORTMENT
Goods in their Line
WHICn ARB OFFERED
FOB SALE AT TCICES TO SI IT THE TIMES.
And respectfully solicits
to keep the
BEST BRANDS OF WISES, SPIRITS, ALES, it.,
That can be obtained in any Market.
Has on hand now a (rood assortm-nt of Goods in his line, aod
expects shortly to receive an assortment of
German and French ; Wine, Liqueurs
' ' and Brandie. &c, See.,'1" '
. 723 1 Of the best quality. lm
A. S. CLECHORW,
I'OB- qtEEN A-f 1 KAAUlJaA-ID Ml-Mris,
BT CHARLES DICKSNS.-'
ADMISSION, ONE DOLLAR.
' " T JFOHIi MCDONALD,. Manafer..-
ARTITMCS KENTON, TJther. 733
Ex. -EJ.olt:- Cowan I
New Tio ess foi -JrlanuiUotiirlna:
. Among the passengers by the schooner Maggie
Johnston, from San Francisco, ia Mr. R. Gardener,
a gentleman who has been' connected with sugar
refineries for many years, and who has invented &
new mode of -Baking suf-ar which is said to be
simple and cheap. ' We hare not learned its de
tails, but it is claimed that sugar can be made by
it in 48 hours after grinding the cane, without
iron kettles, and with less expense for' fuel and
labor than by the present mode, while the entire
cane juice is tarned into eagnr, leaving no molas
ses whatever. Any desired color can be obtained,
even as white as the beet coffee sugar. All that
.Mr. Gardener seeks is a protection for his. inven-1
tion, and an opportunity to dcinonatrate its utility
by practical test, aar be is eopfirtent that as soon as
tested, . cvfry planter will be convinMJ of its
J economy and superiority over the f.reeit expen-
Frazer 1 ;River :' Red- Salmon I
1N 1 FINE 'ORDER, '
BARRELS ASD HALF BARBELS,
Also, 10 Bbls.' Cranberries !
FOR SALE BT. . . ; . i
THEO. H; DAVIES.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO., . . r , - ?
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
I ESTABLISHED, 1809. .. . '
CAPITA T,.... 2 ,000.000
A ecu in a la ted and I a vested Famd. 2,838,118
TIIR rVDERSICXEO HAVE BECK AP
i'OIXTKU A-NT3 tear the Saodwich l-laiida, and art
aatlariaed Co Iaaare aca-nat Fire apoa favorable terms.
Risks taken ia any part of tbe Ialaods on Wooden Baildings,
ami Merchandise stored therein, ilveilinc Ilosaea aad Furni
ture, l imber. Coal., Ships La harhoc with or without cargoes or
umler r.falr. f 7.3 1) ) f.n. I10f FaCULAEOEH 4. CO
Just Received per Ship 'Syren
. . - V TBE TOLLOWINO .- : ' ;
Bales Amoskeagr penims,'
Cases Charcoal Irons, ;
Cases Card Iflatclies,
GASES DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL
-E2x EtliCLix .lleri I'
AN INVOICE OF
Assorted Sizes Rope
. ,- 723 lm ,V' ": .
IT IS ;.TEHr;j AIM;;;';
? ' ' .? to civs ' ' :. -
My Customers yerfeci Satisfaction.
HATING SECURED THE SERVICES OF:
MR. DW.E&, bo oaea hishij reeommended from
his former exaptorema -. r. ' . 1 ;v
A aa Experieaerd Pbslsgraaher aa Ariiat,
I hope, with oar combined effort. t hTe erery Picture that
leaves my EstaUlUhment DO UB CREDIT. -
- Hate? of Charges will Rtaaia as Deretefore.
Small Children not taken on Mondays and Saturdays
XT Specimens ot Mr. Dwyer's Work, and ot mj own, on
Exhibition at the Gailerj. , . 7.
I shall be pleated to have the orders of partie wishing' Phos
tographs of ResWeoces, Seeaery, ., e , aod bope to be able,
by strict attention to my business- trt re the public patron
Jb. .- J. W. KINO, Photographer,-
72J 1 -' rP aulrs, nexi daoc U U Pvrt OfBce.
BRSIDRS THKIR USUAL SUPPLY. THKY
call attention to an inrtice of
Double and Single Barrelled Fowlinff Pieces,
Ftnitli tt Wesson's PirtoU,
Colt's Rerolvers, 8-day Clocks, SO-hour Clocks,
French Waxeal Cair fckins, tie., trC
PLOWS Side Hill, A 3, and A 4.
Paris PI'w, Esgle Plows, Oiie-borse Plows,
Horse Collars. Trace Cliaiua,
CarriiiKe Rug rujierior Coir Door Mats,
Jilauk liooki, Foolcap, Letter ai-d Note Paper,
Ladies' Da.kets, a great variety,
Sheet Iron, Oalranlsed Iron,
iiozes Tin, IC, IX, 1XX, IXXX,
Perforated Zinc. Bolder, Rivets,
Block Tin, Babbit's Metal,
Plated Tnble Cnsiera, 5 and C Bwtllea, ele.
M.uniaj April 8 Tnmwlsv,. ....... . i
lT'- i?.2'"-F ?!
M csln.uitr Im.-a 1 fa Tl. .. . t
, - ' iiHiMBJr,..t..l...,AW.1
T .. .!. A trm - . J
svr irripui ur riwjRf, or rr Tartar r loft
Hon, apply (
CAPTAIN K. s. FLOVD,
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UlLLINGllAM & Cdlt
Comn niul Idaho,
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Especially Adapted for the Market
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CIIARCUAI. NIKIf IKONS,
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Canal and Oaiden Wh:ll.
Very Ict It libber Ho
Half, Three-fourth and 1 Inch.
And Received by the Syren,.
A FULL ASSOUTMKNT OF
Splendid Coolt SIovcn,
' DIRKCT FROM THE MANUFACTORY.
Bales Amoskrag Deulms, Iong Dandled SboTels, &.c
Til 3t '
LUMBER I LUEU1BER I
TlHE DXDRRSIGNEI) OFFER FOR
bALB, io quaiitities to suit, on the Kaplauade, toakai of
the Custom House.
The CaTffo of Tledwood. ex John Hanoock.
' COS-SST1MO or "
Sei?h Ead wood Boards,
' Tongned and GrooTrd Redwood Board.
Totgnfd and Grooved Pine Boards, " '
' Bed wood Sblngle, .baved. '
Cargo from Victoria, ex 'Robert Cowan,
Comprising a full Assortment of
N, Y. Boards, Joists, and ScautHng
ALL OF wmcn ,
Will x SI4 at Ibe Lw( PMlbl Raits,
ia lm . P. V. MO.NTGOMKar.
Westphalia Hams !
PEE KA M0I, EB.0M EREITFN,
' THIS DAT I
The Only , Lot lt by . this Vessel !
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Cs Choice Double Vanila French Chocolate
-- Fine Freaeb Prmnes la glass.
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. ... '. FOIL SALE AT THE , n, ,
Family Grocery and Feed Store!
720 Iin'" - ' ' I. B A RT LX-TT
HOSE PIPKS, IJIICAHT DIIILlJf SUI
Patent Ralanees, or Bteeljrnr-S, to welijh from 800 to UlTO
Bona Backet Unrdca Hoes. Ne. Horit rioss, '
-Cngls Plow Beams aod Handles, assorte-ftia
Whiffl-trees, for bmikU and doulik lt.
Eagle Plows, No. 2 and No.
Cnltirntora, Strel Teeth,
Fairbanks' Scales, Inalfmrn and Counter,
Hoar and lifilit Ktrsp Ilinires,
As-orted Feed Drills, Assorts V
. AMES fc. tiUINN'S SHOVKLS.
-lease, Ptrert and Stahie hrocns,
Braw and Iron bnand Tulis and fails. Cedar i
pledge, An and I'irk Ilatnllva,
Carriage and Indies' BLliw
Jin. and N
ALL OF WHICH WILL II 12 HOI
. . AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE
7 20 lm
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L two Turb
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I small Htoa
J. T. WATERHOUqi
4 ' ' ' FRESH 0
Columbia River SalmU
t horse 1
" Fncts lor Fnrmcrs, -
BEArTIFt'tLT ILLCSTRAT-ED TWO
VULLMES IN iXK. A few cop only fuf sale at $5
elss tbaa the New Tork Price.
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8OO COILS 114 Lot
GENUINE MANILA RQ
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A LARGE VARIETY OF DE3IIJ0
.WITH 4 LOT Or
ITew English Pri
Other Goods Just Recei
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