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SVSS . WILLI. ! u.". -
WILLI 13IS, BLtfHMKD & CO..
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
No. 21 California Street,
NKVUIMMi; t'MKK & CO.,
And Shipping; Agents.
4(. Front Sifrt. rtrn-r ('.y A'f., .Sii Franciteo
W attend t- lh 5Ve of Sujr. and all kirl of Island
lr;lir. A. fi.lt lhr Fjriia-nrijf aO'l lorwaruins; i
C. MAI - 8. WlJirHc'Tt.. ...
MAIN &. WINCHESTER,
Harness, Saddles, Cridles, Whips,
10LURS, S.1DHLKUV WARE, W.,
21 a HtJ 2 IO Ballrry Sl.,Sn Fraud
IsonJoii r jjKises tu construct one hundred
ami twenty miles ol ftreet railways at a cost
of XI, 000,000.
The New York World regrets that the
Court of Inquiry at Yokohama, only "sus
r'iided Captain Eyre's cofiiiriisaion instead
of suspending Captain Eyre."
Four thousand five hundred glasses of Leer
were drank in a Cleveland beer garden
one Sunday afternoon.
Kansas College has among it3 students
eight intellectual red men, who are fast learn
ing to play draw-poker and tear up side
walks. Alnnv n man rrniiiili!f-s liprmiSR it rosts ns
i ir i .j - : . ,
: mucn per uay lor ice ior ins lumny as ne
pays for a iinirie drink for himself.
' Five more Japanese students have arrived
I in New Jersy, one of thein is said to belong
j to the Imperial family of that country.
man at Lowell, Mass., ha3 made a pro-
New York Correspondence No. 40.
X"C City Guvernu.eut Th- Jlnj.bjaartrr of
the Erie Jiuilituy -Jiwjhkisui" t'hurch J!tisi:
i;i Xeic York.
iRG Ot'B OWN' CORRKPONDENT.J
New Yoke, April 17th, 1870
Gotham rejoice, under a new government
j of good church music withal, was concluding a
! vear'jj cervices at a salary of $!s00. Relying
upon liia great popularity in the church, he
"etruck" for $1,200. The trustees refueed to
pay it. After a month's waiting he came down
to $1,000. Still the trustees declined to make
the bargain, and eet about looking for another
. ... ... i i
tenor. Another month, and tne artist came dck
! vision in his will that he must be buried in
J a burglar proof safe when he dies.
Democratic party, which came into power at tho , to Li(J ii terms, $800 ; but just too late ;
laiit State election, has enacted, alter much delay J rur t,ie tru6teeB jjaj engaged another tenor at
and internal dsatenMou, a new charter for the ad- j tJjat pricc . tJC re8l,lt of the strike was the
ministration of this long mi- governed city ; and of 6;tuation.
all good Sew Yorker are waiting with anxiety i 'jie number of raid quartettes and choirs in
to see whether it will prove any improvemene ) ew York is large, yet somewhat less than it was
upon the old political machinery. before the present fashion came in of introducing
It promieee well at the outect. The govern- cj10;rB &f boys into the Episcopal services,
ment is centralized, at least in form ; the Mayor ; Calamus.
(Oakev Hall) is made the nominal ruler of the j
I city, the power of appointment to all the depart- j fefieecEi
ments under the new charter being placed in Lis ' Delivered by the Hon. C. J. Lyon, In Closing
hands. All the coim.licated departments of the ! ' "KJ gZXTZLZ
j old regime are broken up; and in their place we i June lo, JS7u.
have the following ten, correlated under a central
on the enforcement system, but to require extra
labor to re-iaiburee the so-called "master'' lor
the inconvenience resulting. And as to the length
of contract it does not make so much difference,
whether the time specified in the law is one year
or five. Where then will you amend, if not in
the 1420th Section? and if that is taken away
then all goes.
This statute is not. as one member has repre
sented it, a leaky house which we must occupy
till a new one is built. Rather is it like a tree
that fills my whole small garden, and bears no
fruit. Before a new one can grow, tne old tree
tend eventually to something in the wav of cooperative labor.
The Rev. J. 8. Green lately referred t has showed a touch
of feeling whirl) ia pleasing to know of, when in a late paper
he expressed the hoi that this would some lime he possible in
Because it will tend toward a system of smaller plantations.
1 know many of our planters are "benevolent tnen, men that do
great goxl to the people, more, that they have great pawer.
But it in dangerou power. A judge in Uie rural diitricta that
doea his duty, ia more than an ordinary man he is a hero I
iy that, taking men as they are, our svstem is a dangerous
Because it will cause to cease the importation of large loads
of male laborers a dan; er to the morals of any country a
sure cause of vice only lately pointed out by writers on the
subject. Human life is held cheap, when so brought iu. Toslop
coolie importation will make us lee! U a most important thing
to save the hie of every child born in the Country as so much
mnt be eut down and duo- un bv the roots, that j added to the available power of the country.
T . ti f -,:r Trl.prp flip ol.l We are coming into nearer communication with the nations
I may plant the new one in the pit wnerc uie oia cf lhe worM ,hrough ,hi ch , , , , d bv
one grew, mere is no tvmpruuiioc. im
prisonment clause must go, and I shall vote for
no bill that contains it.
thy as well as trade with Mtrdnppr tknlM Itiun t ltrrn ith wires
j aud steamship lin a.
I i.WIiy shoul I I wish, as has been intimated, that the country
should grow poor. As it grows poor, I in the spheres of em
ploy mem i nave chfaen shall grow poor too, lor of all employ- I
merit such as mine depend upon the wealth ol the country. I
t Kohala, sir it has been siiid, will t ashamed of her Kept
: aentative. Kohala is historic soil. On her shorts at Kawai- '
hae fifty years ago the teachers of the gopel. whose advent
I It "? celebrated in thm place tirtt set on Hawaii. '
thit if ih.H law was unconstitutional, the Constitution was m.t "VVUT. .plai" ohaU was f.night the last skirmish in behalf
aiirh a h..lv instrument but that it could be amended. It is to "enism. Kohala was the birth-place and pater
HONOLULU AND SAN FRANC
Let us now consider the central idea of the whole the un
constitutionality of the present law. For I hold that all the
rubbish f authorities and precedents, and exi-e iiency, and
personalities, are of little moment compared witfc this, the main
iwiut of attack. 1 must allude to the expression that fell from
v u .r,m.,.t c.h,,i st. iirrs co,,.u r.t!v i A Dm-or min weeps for his Cfth wife
o"han.i. Tiiiy'f0 prevent misnpprehension it should be
i. C. aSkSiLL.
31 KR HILL L Co.,
V. n t. i ii o o r w ,
L01 and 20G California Street,
At--. A'JKXT.- Olr T11K
Saa Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
!'arO.-:o:t. ;r.tion j v-n t- tne ae ao-1 urchae ot mrr
rv.n!ir-. Ijiji' 0iine.sup;ling whaieni;., beKotianu
r T li.vt.t irrivinz at ! 'raneiso. ty or to the H -t
I .X P'-k-t, will ief rwar lel rass cim.his.
lj' Kai-baoe oa II -i.'.lu'.a UuI.t aii subl. UX
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Ht CI, Kin.ir!t h C'. ............... ...... Honolulu
II. H. f. : C.j
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rr. R. W. Wy.l
l. '.. Watrrnan. I.v '
I II .1 1 JJ.
jm ctcin j aaaed tnat ne weeps oerause sue is ueaa, not
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i oecause lie is in searcn oi ner.
i Here is the niihies-t sermon ever nreached :
" Our ingress in life is naked and bare ; our
progress through life is trouble and care ;
our egress out of it we know not where; but
; doing well here we shall do well there."
i liriti-di Consul Murray gives notice of a
reward of S'J.3,000 gold offered by the Gov
ernor General of India for a machine to
. separate the fibre, bark and stern of the grass
plant of China.
! There are in Kansas 1,039 pensioners, to
whom 8174.2S0 are paid. In the Union
there are 1S",125 jx-nsioners to whom S27,-
0:Jtl,$(il are annually paid.
: A Methodist minister in Ohio had the
i Mr. President In drawinz this somewhat
lengthy debate to a close, 1 am impressed with the
Department of Docks. fact that very much still remains to be said. It
Park Commissioners. ! is a subject that branches out so widely in di9'er-
Commiioners of Charities and Correction, ent directions that one is at a loss what particular
Health Department. ; line of argument to pursue, and many points
5. Fire Department. ' bearing on the question yet remain entirely un-
C. Police Department. ; touched.
7. Excise Commissioners. ! No one has regretted more than myself that so
8. Department of Buildings. ' much that has been purely personal iias been ut-
9. Commissioner of Public Works. j tered on both sides by the persons who have taken
10. City Chamberlain. j part in this debate. But in justice to my own
. . ! side I must call attention to the fact that these
The most lucrative office, that of Commissioner j attack8 on motives and character came
of Public Works, is reserved by the master jr6i from those opposed to the bill now before the
spirit of New York politics, W. M. Tweed, for ! House. I will not weaken my argument, nor this
Lim.-elf. Tweed has never been content with j cause w hich I sustain, by reporting in this closing
4 .. , t. innntu. i i i speech to anything of the 6ort. But m order to
stealing less than 100,000 at a time ; he is the ; up grond OQ wlikh j 6tand aud in
ruler of the ring, the real organizer of the new j or(jer that no suspicion of interest or foul motive
government, the boss " of the Mayor and of all j may cleg the arguments which may now be pre
the detiartmeuts: and as the head of this great i rented, it will be expedient for me to allude to
1 r t - ! some charges which have grown up lrom words
Bureau, which includes the care of the Croton Bnr, ?. r,,esent ssion of this House, and
j water-supply, of the street5, sewerage, and drain- j in so doing to reply to the most important one
I . t . . 1 . ,1
,.r t'li , . r , aie oi me cut, oi iiiu construction uiiu rtrouir oi nrst.
parents of a child present it tor baptism, not " J' , 1 ,nf,iy tri r.r mr-mUi.
1 . .r. ... 1 ..... ..it ..t.i: . v ,,:i.k., nf i .1.. ni ..,f Lott-iw.. Mv TinnniTjal oriDonent aid srieaic ot a meniuer
Ion? s i ure. Un bem? told that the child's l,u""" -j I --. r . - . trnnwr (S t," i.ni ns Ki,v;n
was' Vailaudigham,"he refund to repairing, lighting, and cleaning of &U f t,.aV iie would'" do all iu bw power to eetabliWh S
it, wim the remark that he could :
Mccracken, merrill. Co.,
FO:tV.ItI)G A X l
von n i s : o. n a : s: n ts,
not give any child the name of a traitor."
A Louisiana planter delighted his hnnds
last week by paying them in silver quarters.
Ono old negro exclaimed : " Federit
rnonev coine and tlone go, and greenbacks is
streets, loads, and avenues in this great city, he j jerubliean Government." 1 am glad to say that
j w ill have a chance to make a handsome fortune Jl8 Excellency corrected himself, and immediately
during each and every month of his incumbency, j quoted the words that 1 actually uia use, namely,
And the chances that W. M. Tweed lets slip " t,,;lt 1 1,ad BcpuUican ideas, and would do all
thruuh his hands are not worth much. . il ,m u3r.;pi.,n unless th ura;.-.n
WIM; IIKK.V KMi lGKI) I.N IL'K lKK- chaw
m, ! Ieirir
rr;ae--l lit recei v
I i.t Wiuinr-s f"C aprls if srren jrr.
tiri, it. a Br- r- f liriri bu.Ulir.ir. e arv
I tsach is the conntitution cf the new city gov- on whh'h thev were used werearain recaih.-d aa
played out. but dis is the Mull that rat's can't ernment. How far it will help us is a matter of i commentary on their true meaning. It was on
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mere Fi-ulation as vet. It has the advantage of " motion io por luu7""'u"
. 1 , - A . Z- Annropriation Bill till other questions were dis-
UIU I llliV B-7 VMir. UUlti IJWI Ca f
And then he went away and buried his
an I dnixe if I-Un I t.iole. ucfi ai rui r, U.-, Sy rups, Pula, ' moilPV.
KC. Ac, ! a-lvantairc. C'Kctiiiraenlj riecully licitej I
f.r th')mr-n m.vk-t. to wl.U.11 p-rul ai:-uii n will pai-l. Had OS 1 ariS 13 there UTC JOU.UOO Women
in that city who Mrive to gain a living by
honest exertion. None of them get wagfs
rqua! to wages paid to the commonest ser
vant jrirl in this country. Of these women
ri aptiu sLich Cisfi alwcr will Ijt m-i'i- when r-iuirej.
F HflJOO R SRIi.VCU:
B 1.1? r & Liu.l-nr.rr, J. 1' it rick & Co.,
rrj. li't. V . T. Coleaian & Co.,
ti'i'ui, b-r Co.
P.Tiia nriusic -i
AIl'i t L'-w . Uwia & 7tinn. lyooar l k. Ureo
CjI Wa.I-r Jt Ail.-n. ly
ELEY'S ArMUHITIOr. !
f r rMlvr-.fUi-il 4 itll f nt tit
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11 Tl. !
,...!,... ;. : . . . . . : dismiss their older conductors, ll is said, when
i da v. while some receive as hi-h as thirty i tI,e3- catch tLem dealing; fur these conductors,;
retaining several of the greatest rogues in office, j ofthi9 faster and servants Act among
men who have already "conveyed" so much i others for the acknowledged reason that such
I of the public money to their own private jiockets I postponement might allect the late ol such bills as
i that they are isibly somewhat glutted with the j this House might pass. The measure was intended
., ii 4 . fl(,to strengthen the popular side of the House, and
; spuils, and do not come empty and hungry to the m a( becalllcd a . Republican idea."
! plunder, as the new appointees come. On the , Xow to prove that such a measure is perfectly
i New York Central Railroad the directors do not I constitutional under a monarchy, and does not
violate any oath to the Constitution permit me to
ouote from British History. On the memorable
cents, but the majority no more than twelve
The London it,fi,':ttH says: " Kecent
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J iveranvnc fr cnv-rtnl I. Iiseiit. Ni'ii
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RT'iin. neioiOiiuin. aii-i nun r.:ne- , aiv u
.art'uUi P., Iiill.ini. tli- icrr, aial I
Aourricaa ilrury K-fxralitijc K.fli.
v,I ineti.r.i uj.t.ii" are u. ciieapeat t" ' 'J?
I Arfrliltr knnvn r-.rrTlrw innr n,n lnl. 1 1 1
tu'Kiuir.n rS tl.o l.nKfcSllTA i f till' K.-fillin Hill (it
having builded themselves houses and bought j jc, tlje Duke ot- Wellington protested against
gold watches out of their little jrjuisites in the ' the proposed creation of new lieers by the Crown
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: rpinrns ihmv thu 0 n.r rent nf thr r-nmilo matter oi railway laies, experience, stmictimes, iu oiuer io curry mc ujcuouiu m nuuw 01
returns show thai p r cent, ol the popula- ' T,.. i : l.rds. r.s unconstitutional. Lord Ciev. then first
! 11 reaction 111 iiivor ot i;uumv. nut niu new ; . , , , , '
i , . . . , Lord of the lreaeury, answered :
j appoints would at once commence to supply j 4t AfjJ j w,.a woulJ Le the consequences if
j themselves with houses and gold watches at the j Wc were to suppose that such a prerogative did
company's expense. So the company w inks at ; not exist or could not be constitutionally exercised.
! the decant establishments which their emr lovcs Tte Commons have a control over the power of
kiep up, ostensibly, on salaries of $2,000
; year ; and everything goes along as smoothly an
tirm of T'rrnirf rati rioithpr trfrid nnr writn
j uhilu more than 70 per cent, can read but
cannA write." If cur arithmetic is correct,
the percentage named makeup 100 percent.
and therefore no person in France can read
j The Iiti'i'ltidon says that in connection
with the new firm of Woodhull, Clafliu &Co.,
jves ; - ne commons nave a control over me power oi
the Crown by the privilege in extreme cases of re
1 r i fusing the supplies ; and the Crow n has by means
ai" ! of its power to dissolve the House of Commons a
; with as little scandal as the recent investigation : control upon any violent and rash proceedings on
lion. auJ ii:i mm t mu,v.y 4 metal, are waterpnxif and im- a bank is about to ue establ ished, and a brok- of the "irregularities" in the Methodist Book the part of the Commons; but it a majority ot
'rrt,.. ladies, in the upper part j Concern, where $100,0(10 mysteriously dip. : this House (of Ixro) is to have the po werwhen-
Thatartr.l.-- caes ifnptyjor a. I utr .and for the f . ...u niripn nn bliv indent! 1 . , . - ever theJ 1 lease of OpptSing the declared and
i.tr-P-nt avif-H-r kr-ech ioi.t.z k.na. can N- hmi wh.r oi ine cuj.wnere women can ouy and sell . Tenred. and the investi?atini? committee vcrv : i . i .u fi. f . .i i.
stocks, and do all the financial business which ; 111Pr,vlllK- TnKl fi.ul m ot.a tn hl.nmp. ...:...... ' ,.e i;r; ,.V,.-
ave had heretofore to transact i t .1 i ..:. : i r:i rt. t,; ,i;0.,io-,i;,oi,ui,..ti.n
I. I CCcTIl Ll V HJiLUt; H itiiii lJ LliU J-sIIC liaunuv lU-Lii lino tUUHU T JO innvu vunivij avv. a,uv
buildings in this city, under the guidance of a U"en.c? C. nn ""controllable oligarchy'
b , V, . 0 r (Knight's History of England, Yol. YIII. p. 209.)
, : In the town nf H!p Pirk Miirhnttc ! t,Jur"uuo " J l'1"!'"' ; 1 quote this to eliow what has been said under
UnmP i rrv vn?L om:ea nnJ "I"1 house, is valued at $800,000, anotier con,titutional monarchy.and to show that
some sixty women, including one " r liteenth ,. A, , T,. , r ... j. , , ... - , .
i are the most splendid in America three stories 1 wha? wa8 here in this House, and that no
e - . .-ii- i : suspicion can be thrown upon the mover of this
; of magnificent apartments, finished m mahogany me.urc on thoeQ grounds.
( and rosewood, luxurioutly carpeted and uphol- j in support of the fact that I had grown up in
1 stered. A spacious basement is filled with print- ; sympathy with the people, 1 alluded to the com-
rnost fashionable women of the town, and : ing presses, upon which all the tickets, bills, and : niencemeut ot my active lile in surveying tlieir
! was regarded by those who participated in it I blanks used by the company are printed. The i "i" ' ln ?aimS tov 8
i " . J ii f L i ' . ... ... i that that was no honor. ery true, it may not
I as an entire success, albeit the shoutings and i great theatre adioming is fitted up with the same i i,VA h.nn nv honor bur wnnit im?r r..r
the lips of one member ot trie popular sine i uiis ,ioue, iz. :
that if this law
m.rtU a V.. I IT lite
Le huped he had not tln.ught of the ijuetion, so as to retlect
whnt part of the Constitution it was that nugtit be amended.
It is the Hill of Rights, ami tne ariicie inai coiiiaui lire urui
" inalienable " and " literty." Now of a'l men, a repres-nla-..r,h
,-i,le should be the last man lo yield one iota of the
full richness of right contained and guaranteed in that docu
ment. 1 shall not make any such charge, but 1 ask candidly
does not a man bv so doing lay himself open to the charge of
dislovalty ti the i'eople a disloyalty equal, if it exists, to dis
loyalty to the Sovereign. If the liberty if the subject is not
fullv developed to its utmost extent, then is the very existence
of a people, at anv late, their growth and prosirity. put in
jeopardy. I trut that it was a mere matter of carelessness,
this suggestion that the Constitution might be amended.
Now when in the earlier part of this debate 1 once Inter
rupted and corrected the interpreter of this Assembly, it was
out of no wish to cast discredit ou that faithful servant of this
house. It was because a critical point iu the whole question
was reached when all depended on the correct rendering ol
the word inalienable.' not merely "Ai'A-i ote ke laweia,n
but "hiki ole ke hooliloia ;" or more literally still, hiki ole ke
"honnuUihiniia oiu." And 1 thank a kind I'rovidence that
has brought the Englihh language to these shores and made it
the letal language of the country. For it is a language of lib
erty, born and developed amid struggles lor right and lor priv
ilege between people and sovereign, through all the history ot
Old England. Not ouly that, but it has taken to itself tlie pre
cision of the ancient language of law, the Latin or Roman,
whence we get these terms " inalienable " and " liberty." Now
though it may seem a slight to the Hawaiian to have the
stranger language take the precedence in law, yet it is really a
privilege, and a gift ol which he will yet aee the value.
It has not yet in the course of this debate been Ui lined what
is the distinguishing feature of slavery. A man is not a slave
because he has no wagts. The slave ha wages his fjod
clothing, and sometimes good clothing Ins house, lie might
even have his wife and children, and yet be a slave. A man ia
a slave when his will is subordinated to the will of another
man, and that for the ether man's good, and this subordination
is enforced bv the power of the gov. riimeut. It is this element
of the will which cannot be legally given away in any contract.
If it is, then there is t-iiiorary slavery. Because there are
differences, very great differences in the two conditions of
slavery and contract servitude that does not prove that in the
essential point the two are not alike. You can nut urge, as has
b-.-en done here, that it is by the free will of the man himself.
For now listen to the words of John tStuart Mill (on Liberty, p.
199) : 44 The principle of freedom cannot require that he should
be free not to be free. It is not freedom to be allowed to alien
ate his freedom." And further : "The principle however which
demands uncontrolled freed in ol action in all that concerns the
agents themselves, r. quires that those who have become hnund
to one ani'ther, in things which concern no third party, should
be able to release ne another fr m the engagement, and even,
without such voluntary release there are erhaps no contracts
or enitanemeiitd, except those that relate to money or money's
worth, of which one can venture to say there ought to be no i
liberty whatever of retractation."
Now when a man contracts to build a house, or perform
some other specific job, he does not give up his freedom, but '
when he agrees to serve another man he does, unless he pos- I
stfcsts the riht to break oil. For he has relations in many '
cases to wile or children, which may cause unforeseen changes, j
His wife may be sick, and his master may iorbid his attending j
The cases of seamen and soldiers are urged as instances, and
that contract labor is no worse. Iu the matter of seamen, they j
are separated while ou shipboard from the civil jiower, and j
must have a government oi tneir own, necessarily desKtic.
But mark the ditTerence. Your laborers are bound to Tom,
Dick aud Harry, your seamen to a responsible captain, and
he figns his papers in presence of a government ollicer. He
ships for not more than two years. He may return his advance
aud go free. 11 this last is not in the law, it is according to
custom, lor I am so informed by reliable parties. And the sol
diers, here I remark, that such is the Confusion of ideas on all
these subjects, that both seamen and soldiers in this country
think that they are held under the Master and Servants' law. A
captain came to me and said, "If you pass that bill, th n how
ar we going to hold our seamen ? " Aud the soldiers think a
good deal the same now a soldier is held by his oath to serve
his own government or King. If he serves others for money, or
enlists in a cause he does uot feel to be his own, then I say he
sells his manhood.
Would you, however, have all laborers on land in the position
of seamen ? All know w ho have been at sea, and I have seen
Carrjing the United Slates
Will Leave San I'rtiucisco,
On or about...........................
And will Leave Honolulu
Ou or about
naiesiaieoinamehameha who founded this Kingloin and matle I'or rrrlfat r Prixwr. Uf for fuiflit-r l
the Islands one country. An.i . ...i.i .. . ur rr,rul wr i r lur lUlllier
new reiorm starts Irom that district, her people will yet aee
the day when they will not be ashamed to have its oriein re
membered, and aa name and the name cf their land ever aaao
tlou, ipl) t
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Ladies' O'ikJ: Walnut Brace arm Rockers,
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Children's High Oak Dining Chairs.
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CHILDREN'S WOOD-SEAT ROCKERS.
Waluut 3Iarbic-Tp Chamber Sets !
f'iipstnnt ( iiiiinher Sits. ll'aliint Trtpimci).
for my self, that a sailor's lite is a dog's life. The system, ucleus (
most carefully g.iarde.1, tiecessarilj tends that way. ,Tr.wt,nt, -nmo ,
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wiiliont the ta:a'ie Itullel.. and Machines trfluL-tinj the Car-
WXER CARTRIDOE3 of iM bore for Reviving Piatol., ; lne naVe IlaU "ereiOIOre IO transact 1
ni in iw Majesty's Navy. : through men, or Tun the gauntlet of Wall I
TOPPfcR RIM FIRK CARTRirXJF-3 of all sixes, forSmith ' street. I
Hnm i. lrtnter . ano otner roraet Krvoivers.
PIN-CA RTRI IXi &A tur Laaocbeux Revolver of 12-m . 9 m
ani -" . nrre. snmp sirfv
an.! .yemsof Gn, Rifle, .nd Kevoivrs. ( AmenJincnt,' voted at the last town meeting,
DncM Wtrtn.1f and K. B. dps. Patent Wire Cartridges, Oil the stfl int., and had tlieir Votes duly
UTrTP.mM !"' l-ers, and every countetl ,v Svvanus CnLlj. .Ir.. thp innHra.
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tor of the meeting-, but not as part of the ofii
Frit liun w.i I
descriptiou t i-rlius and Military Auiu-unitiou
CRAY'S I X N R O A I J . LONDON'.
Ml WHOLESALE ONLY. eowly
I cial list. The allair included some of the
, surging? of the assemblage of the tyrant man ! lnvir-h exfenne
were discomposing and deaiening.
i Saving Banks. There are in New York
-VorccstcrsSiirc Sauce !
ltL'i'LAUED l'.Y CQXXOISSEURS
Tlio Only Ooocl Sanco I
State 2TJ3 sai'ings banks, with deposits
amounting fo 8194,500,000 being an in-
crease of 23 banks and 824,500,000 within
. a year. in Maso-achusetts there are 131
j such bank'5, with a deposit of 8114,000,000.
j In Connecticut the deposits in such banks
amount to 850,000,000, and in JN'ew Hamp
shire to S17,UUU,UUJ.
France. Within the last
In the green-rooms I saw heaps the moment to allude to the circumstanced of the
: of the costly drew-en and rro:erties belonging to ctue. Lndt-r the direction of the Hon. Oeo. 31.
I the spectacular play of the "Twelve Tcinpta- lJoljcrtwn ,then ot' t,ie Land t'ommibsion, 1 was
i, , . i ' surveying kuleunas on Hawaii. Day alter day,
. tione, now upon thee boards, thrown around ; an(1 ee alter week, my Eter were aogged, and
i in the most caicleKs keeping ; only the leading . my work iinpeded by the agents of the chiefs'
j actors rooinB bad the safeguard of locks ; and j lands, some of whom seemed to hate a compass
, rl.r.mr1in.,r tl.n Lino- l..T.,.,-;,.tl,Hrr,olicor,a nm.t. ! Ud Chain, U8 Othci'8 d a lllintllio- pifcf. And no
o - - i o ' i j jay after day I had to innibt on the right of the .?",ln ,i Y"isia".a' aud irhl
mentH, ec-encry, wardrobes, and the innumerable ,..,;motirtf ri,;- binnK m, ;inn r v;. ?e in 11,18 1 .y nd sl,roud' ar! 8rrk,"8
I ' ' ' Claimants to tlieir KUlCanaS, lliC Idea Ot pObtCSSlon M migrants on labor contracts having r
! jarapliernalia ol the fctage appointments, the gas i being a new one to them.
j blazes brightly all day arid all night the year , officer afterwards. Judge lioberttson
round. What need of economy where Fiek is the . anu. 4 Vle 9 1"
So much wiis said of the "older mirit-ionaries "
that 1 f r one was reminded of the passage, Is Haul also
among the prophets l " cut now what is the quotation from
the Uev. J. S. tireen, of which so much was said ? Here it is :
" riciircely any thing seems to flourish among us excepting
sugar-cane. But for this, the native population would scarctly
make a living of it. The plantation hands are well fed, and
better clothed and housed than their friends and neighbors who
are not thus employed. In consequence, fewer of them have
been sick during the lust tifteeu months, and of those who have
been sick, fewer have died, because they have been better cared
f jt. The plantations furnish employment to not a few of the
people. Besides those who are employed by the year, the
month, or the day, many are engaged in teaming, drawing
wood, or plowing the laud for another crop, ity these means,
not a little money is circulated among the people ; and this
helps them to obtain comforts for their families."
There is nothing there that 1 can see on the subject of this
law. I will not dispute the tact that people are v.el! off on
plantations, but there is no theory of law there, thai I can yee.
Now for Horace fjreeley another new. -found friend of His
Excellency, and a man too, by the way, who frequently changes
his opinio). s. I believe very little goes into the Tril.uue save
with his approval, and I hoid in my hand the Tribune of the
27th April of ttiis year :
" We observe, and right glad 'y too, that a bill to make un
lawful the importation of immigrants under labor contracts was
submitted in the Senate on Monday, and referred to the proper
Committee. The system under which lhe Dutch meri'hauts
of San Francisco, Cornelius Koopmauschap & Co., proposed
to Introduce Chinese coolies into the South, is the one against
which the bill is doubtless directed. It will be remembered
that the system of Slavery which the nation but lalelv obliter
ated at such terrible cos. was begun, something like two and a
half centuries ago, by the apprenticeship of a few snore of
Africans by a Dutch trader who had stolen them, to Virginia
planters who really had no need for litem. We shall be glad
to have the Senate sjoil any possible historical parallel of this
kind, lint is Koopmauschap & Co. 'a svstem of labor-impor
tation the only one which ought to be regulated ? It has been
intiuialtd that some ol the Southern States Vitgiuia, Soutti
Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana, aud perhaps otbi-rs through
Ui secure LuropeHii
migrants on labor contracts having many years to run.
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD !
ri'IIK VCVHSS OKT!NS .MOST DK Li
ft. CI'H S a'i'J urinv aiieil Con Inont having CJO'cl certain
dealers lo np;.!v the nm of Worce'.Tsriire Sauce" to their
n mferi'ccnmuni. the Public is hereby informed thai the
nly way lo n-ir- the genu.ne, i .
on- 1 expense represented no productive ; aieo ,n or)Cn fcu districts the surveyor had to
'energy in the world, but only the tuccefis of i decide the size of the kuleana ; and now those
re. i...... . . . ........ .! i i v. tt j .i
All this tinECl i 'J'J" tuiguLitrii viiu iiicueurcu tueir
ASK F0S LEA & PESRIXS SAUCE,
and la aee that thir niucea are o;o the wrapper, label, , WCTC lOtll founded On the TUlllS of a reD'lhllC.
i.ipL,T and bott r. ; ,. ... , - . it.
sutoeor th .eiiru marketa hvi:i r-ea tuppiie-i with I 'e Kings were always iJouxoons, and both
'.Z'''.l11"''' '!-" fh, j of the Emperors have been Bonapartes. In
whicn the nam-t hrn. and IVrnns have t-n for-d, L. and , . ' r i
P. sia ontiea tht tr have f irn:h-l thtir rnrrespondrota I the TCgUiar Order OI thlllS, We Hiay expect
TZTJrul l tohe followed by a Bourbon monarchy, which
by which their rhrhi may i- infrinse.!. t sliou! J last till it is superceded by a republic,
for LEA & PKCRITS Saare and e arar ' on the ruin of which some Bonap-trte should
Urapir, Label, Cuttlf, acj Stopper. establish the Third Empire. Thus the po-
4-sal ami ttr Krttort hr th Pm.-w.mr L".--. . ! !:.: I .:n I t : I I...
C. . . , . iiiiv.i iuwiuuii nuuiu Lit iiiciiiiiaiiicu, uv
roaa ana HlacswHI. Lockloo. aclc: ana k, i1m -n.i . . . . . w J
oiimen iver.:iy. iy : which 1' ranee is .a-ed from stagnation.
f P(1;P PI irL'UTi i v ! Some idea of the extent of the Western
LiaU.3t, i. liJUlrVULLL e (raJe ma forined Jrorn readinrr a
centurv, or j ., :. .. i ... tV. M i back and decided as bctt 1 could, and none of
since the establishment of the American If..1, ., . , , , thoee deciFions, 1 am happy to eay, were reversed
Government, France has been twice a in
i. .. it- i
iiiuiiv. i ilc ii re nui c. anu tw reanpmn m. i
Twice has it passed throu-h these three forms I luckJ hits in ttock ulation.
o - -
of Government in the same order, to wit :
Monarchy, republic, empire; again monarchy,
republic, empire. The first and second re-
j publics were both founded on the ruin of a
monarchy, and the first and second empires
1 went to my SUIierior I "1C"' we are sureu, are simpiy a system ol apprenticeship.
I If. til il Hon i u systems, nwowever equitable in theory, have generally
. xit eaiu go resulted iu practice iu nothing more or less than the slavery of
Can. Anu HO 1 went the apprentice. We are not positive as to the truth of thia
i Oak Mosi OiQce Chaira.
OAK ROTARY OFFICE CHAIRS!
Cane Seat, Spring Back.
LIGHT GRECX AXJ CHAIRS.
W Alt's UT COTTAGE CHAIR.
LAFAYETTE CHAIRS, WOOD SEAT.
Light Maple Hockers, Large Size.
GILT ARM ROCKERS, LARGE SIZE
rigja 2 feet, 2 1-2 feet and Zfe-t.
American Leaf Dining Tables !
3 feet, 3 1-2 feet awl 4 fat.
AMEMCAN ROUND CORXEItKD
&c, Aic, &c, &c, Ac.
Regular Packet for Koolau, 0
TIIK CLIITEIt SCHOONER,
J. WOOD, MASTER.
Will run reaidarly betvnn Honolulu and the
port of KotAnu, Ualm.
For freight or passuKe opply to
7213m - THE CAPTAIN, oq
f MPROVKMKXT IS
JL the day. Having const meted
new Pky-liidit, i
various other improvements, 1 hope now to uc alils tu
moat fastlilious with
Of any Size, from a I'ryntal to a Mnihinolh,
the lest iStyle of the Art,
And on most raasonuhle term. ALtM, for sain Vlr
Islands, Portraits of the Kings, Queens, and older Nolk
689 ly 11. h. CHAPK, Fort '
DRUGS AND MEdTcIn
hk hf:st assort.mext is tiieu
can be found at
C II ASE'
and splendor mid wat-te represent the Ions or ruin
of a thousand families whone fortunes have been
drawn into tlie vortex of Fk, this maelstrom of
a man. The success of a successful farmer means
that he has created a million dinners ; the manu
facturer has spun thread enough to reach to the
moon, or woven it into garments fur a multitude,
or created some other form of material com
fort upou a gigantic scale. Professional aud
business success in general mcanB the production
of value, in one form or another. But the suc
cess of the stock-broker commonly means the
kulcanas for them. If 1 have made a slishtins
allusion in this debate to those on the side of tlie
chiefs I wish to withdraw it from the argument,
however true it may have been. There has been
a fling at poverty. Sir, neither poverty nor
wealth are supposed to cast suspicion upon a
it. ; r i..i ... i ... -
uitiu o tuivgixijf. mii io uciu.'u niicic our muliuy is
invested, and why not in this country. Mine was
invested in an education, aud I am trying to give
that to the benefit of the country.
Now as to the severe language which His Ex
cellency the Attorney General has received in this
Assembly from his colleague on account of his
stand and his spoken opinions on the question. I
do not know w hat this House has to do w ith what
! plunder of one man by another; tLe success of i K8 oa in l.Le Cabinet. e have a right to
- . i , ... T- ... , ., , , , i know the individual opinions of the members of
anderbilt or Jim tisk means the plunder and. - . " u mnuwis ui
. this House. Ihnse nninionn hnvr lnwn limil.,
j misery of many to satisfy the rajiacity, the greed,
j the cunning of an individual. Day and eight.
ALL or SirpKRlOK QUALITY.
I year in and year out, the gas flames before the
! altars of Moloch io the Grand Opera House ; and
'train on the Wabash Kailroad, seven car j day and right continues the worship of "Jim-
Pfjlntirof ar flilmnnln nift. puragrupn in the lolrdo HLhih, stating1 that
UtIUUf dltJU Uilineil S OlOreS recently there arrived in that city in a freight
PICKLI--, F.trCfc?. STRCP,
iVfti, IX TIN. AND JAILS.
TART rRriT.S ,mt.WT FRt'ITi.
porrtD MKATj a no ri;ii.
ratcilCRVKO VMlsW calmo.x.
KIPPERKU SALMON AND IIKBHINC5.
FRiyit AND LoCHFTNE ULRRIXG3.
Rtn AND riSDOS HADDOCKS.
PrRE SALAD OIL.
fOCP?. IX PINT AND QUART TIS3.
PR1UERVKD MEATS IX TINS,
PRESERVED IIAM3 AXD CUEK5H.
OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE SAC3AUE.
BO LOO X A SACSAOE.
TORKSHIRg 04MK PATE3.
VORKSIIIRK PORK PATES.
TONOCZa, ERAWX. PorLTRT.
PKRRIS-S WoRCE.-TER.-H IRE SAUCE.
I barrels or S7- barrels in all. Allowing 120
tlozen eggs to each barrel, there were 1,260,
; 000 eggs on board that train.
! These are among the blessings of the Pa
i cific Railway, as f-hown in Chicago the other
day, upon the arrival of the refrigerator car :
f Salmon, weighing from fifteen to thirty-five
I pounds each ; lobsters of immense size ; soft
'shell crabs, larger than any at the Atlantic
j coast ; cauliflower, each head from six to
I twelve inches in diameter; celery of mam
I moth size : new potatoes ; ninety-two boxes
j of strawberries, which cost in California SI
j per quart ; green peas, fresh and very large,
Eftt.ctite CimisTiAxnr. In regard t'.,t
Christianity which the world most v.l.rs
day, r.ishop Huntington very trulr ...-'. ,
We want in you Christi- -.'., t o t. ":.-
tian across counters, ove" ii"
the neighbor's Ixick, . :
you a L'hristianity ti :
perance of the meal, i. 4
respect for authority, i. ..i
! veracity and eitnplicity in i :.
Holy Week has been celebrated w ith the usual
church solemnities. Good Friday is yearly more
and more observed in New York, and this year
the press calls quite unanimously for its recogni
tion as a legal holiday. The Easter services have
been brilliant. In many churches the choirs
were doubled or trebled ; and decorations of
flowers, often very expesive, were made. In Mr.
Ilepworth's church, the tecond Unitarian, the
value of the floral ofl'-. t :s exceeded $500. The
salary of this e ; .i. unn, by the way, ia but
$7,500. T -; tie inet month he has become
quite t - r-. - i--irer controversialist
ti .. ?iin ijl . r '"V ti schools, taking
cuug'.-ii .sr . t i urotestant side.
i V lwipulur;' v' .if ." T,r'. . ntinues.
this House. Those opinions have been honestlv
and frankly given by the Attorney General, and
this House has no right and no desire to know
whether those opinions have been delivered in
His Majesty's Cabinet or not. Hut now, inas
much as His Excellency the Minister of Foreign
delations has broadly and directly accused the
mover and supporters of this bill of a desire to
break down the sugar plantations and thereby
ruin the country and trie Government, permit me
to ask whether be makes that charge against his
colleague, and to ask whether persons on this
side of the House should not have equal justice
done to their motives. Can he not believe that
we too are honest in our convictions on the con
stitutionality of this measure? Mr. President
that is a most bitter accusation a vile accusation
I it is too shockinjto be entertained here. Let it
! A .. r, . i o.-.l r 4 .i t ...;..ui : - .
whether my opponents are not interested iu the
culture of sugar I will not 1 must not but I
hope this House will hereafter observe this rule
of our Manual, viz., Cushings : the conse-
n : .i .ii
T i f -a. jl
y .f .::r", in
v I't'ie ior the
- iud cat were
Frttk tuppiitt of iv hv m alwaf b knd from every j not tre hetter for his religion. .ie want fewer
Storekeeper tkfuykuut tin world. , gossiping, slandering, gluttonous, peevish, con-
CAUTION. j ccitcd, bigoted Christians. To make them effect-
loprrrent th fraud of refining the botik or jar with naUve ! ual, all our public measures, institutions, benevo-
yum, when c :r "wa-jrwi ient agencies, missions, need to be managed on a
Goods should always he examined upon delivery, to drt.-ct any
Kempt at aubstitutioo ot avticles of iafevior brands.
! IITlt . , . 1 ... 1.1
i inu umj Lf rajr lit? suuiu . 1
religion of a man whose vt :
CROSSE & DLACKWELL,
PrRTETORS TO TUB QlKS. TflB KMPEROR OP THE
ERENCU, AXD T1IK BXU OP THE BELGIANS,
Solio SqtxArep Xionclon.
At Um Pari Eihildtioo of 157. THREE Prize MedaUwere
svarded t CROCS jK BLACK W RLL, for th narked aupe
roeUy of their productions 72$ ly
high-tooed, scrupulous and unquestionable tone
of honor, without evasion, or partisanship,
over much of tlie serpent's cunning. The hand
that gives away the Bible must he unspotted from
the world. The money that sends the missionary
to tLe heathen must be honestly earned. In short,
the two arms of the church justice and mercy
must be stretched out, working for man, strength
ening the brethren, or clw your faith is vain, and
ve are vet in vour sins."
;-' church singers are in search
or " w rv.-r-. . . ents for the next twelve months.
'"...rr.f.r. lit f,-r rinrfri rdinirs wTimlltr Aait
r- -- fc J j
I:0 ; cases, from the 1st of May ; and the salaries
are paid quarterly. A good soprano is worth, in
the New York musical market, a salary of from
$700 upwards; a good tenor, from $C00 up
wards ; a good contralto, from $500 upwards ;
and a good basso, from $400 upwards. The best
church singers command about twice these prices ;
and many engagements, in the smaller churches,
are made at lower rates than the figures I have
mentioned. Particularly 6tylish baritones or j
tenors are sought for by the trustees of different ;
churches with considerable rivalry, and bid for
almost aa briskly as favorite pictures at an auction.
Sometimes the singer rates himself a little too
highly for even the most fashionable demand,
as in a recent case which came to my knowledge.
A tenor, a remarkably p-eet singer and composer
quence8 of a measure may be reprobated in strong
terms, dui to arraign ine motives oi tnose who
advocate it is both unparliamentary and out of
order." (Sec. 211.)
This bill, which it is now proposed to inde-
the musical year, the ' finitely postpone, is condemned as too sweeping.
,;-, ; I " What do you offer in its place?" I am asked.
But when I ask my fellow members what portion
of the present law they are desirous of repealing,
a majority tell me and I aek them now if it is
not so that they are opposed to the imprisonment
for desertion of service. Now the whole of the
present law turns upon that point. Do away
with that, and the whole goes by the board.
Grant the principle, that the laborer is to be
compelled by the force of the Government to ad
here to the service of his master, and it may well
be questioned whether the present law is not, ou
the whole, a good one. lake tne enactment with
reirt we inmne, In fact, to doubt that it ia well founded.
But there can le no better time to make the inquirv than the
present, while the I ill alluded to its pending ; and whether the
story be true or false, it will not hurt to hare the facta
I am willing to take that as my text.
H s Honor, Chief Justice Lee, is said to have been the author
of this law. I had the honor and the privilege of personal ac
quaintance with him whose portrait hangs yonder, and under
it the motto alreai'y relerred to. There are the two mottoes,
each answering to the oiher. One, " Ua mau ke ta o ka aina
i ka pono," over your own chair, Mr. President, and under tho
portrait, Fiat justitia, ruat co-lum." Years ago. that hon
ored man was the truest of the Hev. Mr. liond, ou that much
mentioned soil i f Kohala. I never knew two men more con-g-niul.
Long eveniDgs have I, then a youth, listened to iheir
conversation, and gathered ideas that have been mine to thia
day. From what I know ol that man, I feel that the only rea
son why he would not develop the full meaning of the Consti
tution that he introduced here from another land, was that he
felt that the jieople were uot ready for it, and were yet in lead
ing strings. I question whether at this day, il he were alive, he
would uot be on this side ot this question. And lhe Rev. Mr.
Bond, his friend who has been spoken of here as ashamed tliat
the representative from his district should call the people he has
helped to industry, slaves, when some time since he first had
his attention called to this matter, shook his head, but after
ward, after thinking the subject over, said to me personally,
" You are aound." Of course you must take my word for that,
but those are precisely his words.
Hut why lean so much to authorities? Why not judge for
ourselves. It is ne argument to aay, " You are the first person
that has ever perceived this." lo amount of negative evi
dence will counterbalance positive evidence. Ten thousand men
may not see a thing but Iht ten thousand and first man
sees it, and it is there. This is true in the sphere of ideas us
well as of (hints. Galileo saw that the earth moved. 1'ricst
and pope aud bishop and prince compelled him to deny it, hat
nesaiu under ins breath, " II pur t muovo." it aor move,
IJut if you do respect authorities, how ridiculous to set up
our poor show of Island w isdom aud judges, and say that we
do not see what the wisdom and judges of lhe country that
contains the flower of the human race, so to say, do see.
Now as to some of the argument use! by speakers on the
other side. A grave argument used by the sjieaker who occu
pied nearly the whole day was much alter this style. '-In
18o0 soou alter the passage of this law we exported $536,52J.
In IhJO we shall exiiort $300,000. ee the unexampled
increase of wealth and prosperity. Therelore the law is right."
Let me bring a similar argument. In 1619, the year slavery
commenced in Virginia, so many thousand dollars iu export
went out of that country. In I860, just before the war, so
many million, tee what prosperity. Therefore slavery ia
right. Hugur paid all our bills. Cotton paid all theirs.
Now Mr. President I do not say the cases are alike but if
the argument means anything in one case, it certainly does in
the other. I challenge any man to show any diiTereuce in the
logic of one argument and of the other.
You say the native people are better oft" on the plantation
than eUewhere. I grant iL So were the negroes on planta
tions lieiter off than the free negroea. I the argument in one
case in- re souui inan in toe oilier r
This grand argument of material prosperity is a false one.
There are people that aee nothing but dollars and what dollars
buy. As the horses they drive are blind to the value of money,
ao are they themselve bliud to the value of manhood and to
what is included ia the idea of manhood.
We are told no petition come in for repeaL Did the people
here petition for their kuleana f Sometime the law in the
United Slates with respect to seamen will be amended to corre
spond with the better maritime lawa of the United KiugJom.
Will it be when the Bailors itition for it ? I think not. It ia
our duty to protect people against themselves.
There is the " hungry " argument. Men are not compelled
ty hunger to work, therefore the law must matte i
And pray where ia the parallel of latitude where freedom must
ease ? There waa once a Mason and Dixon's line, not now
thank God and I treat these Island are in the belt of free
dom, ever stretching further south. Mousienr Lesep who baa
just completed a world work the Hues Canal, says, 1 com
pelled no man to work that wished lo leave," and that wora:
waa in a warm climate. .
One RepreaentaUve aav the laborer will charge too mucri
Jbr their labor. Hi constituents wUl not thank niin tor tin"
argument 1 take it.
It is said there is no litigation under the present law- B?v
hundred and Cfty caaea in two yeara stand on the record ot toe
ALL KINDS OF FUHNITURE
MADE TO ORDER WITH DISPATCH,
On Moderate Terms, for CASH.
1TC5 JalS C Ci K L 5 X LCI JS ; bttArtXJK, lliSlUJS UJt VllUUUB JUJ
723 Such aa are used in douiesti .ie(lce.
1858. JOS. IV. Uiii, Jl
ARTIST IU PHOTOOnAK
Oir the Jdvertuer Office.,
Next door to the Host Oflice, ha o rd Ms tlallery la
graphs, Crle de Vis'ir, Ainhrot Meiaino
types, &c, c.
078 SnllsrMrliM Wnrraaietl r at Psm
AMEUICAiV DRY GOODS
C. BREWER & CO.
HAVE FOR SALE,
Sheetings, Drillings, and Denims,
X IIATCIIKTN. NIIOVKI.M. 'ltOVI!
L For sale by OM Ma) M mi i
fl AMELY :
ALES STARK MILLS A SIIEETINC.
Bales Stark Millu Sheeting,
Sales Stark Mill A Drilling.
Cases Powhattan Denlmi,
Cases Merriinac Denims,
Cases Union Denims.
Ginglinriis and Cotton,
1 Glasgow 31111a Gingham,
Case Bleached Baltic Cottons.
Case Bleached Forest Dell Cotton,
Case Bleached Truckee River Cottons,
Case Bleached Edgartown Brown Cotton, "
Cases Blea. Rockingham Brown Cotton
Case "Albion" Prints Oreen and Red,
Case u Oriental " Prints Buff and Purple,
Cases " American " Print Brown,
Case Cacheco " Print Brown,
Case fine u Chiutx " Prints White.
For Sale Low to Close Consignments,
T26 3m "C. BREWER St CO.
Kaolin, Fire Sand.
TBIPR CLA1V-FOR SALE BT
IX VARIKTV. OX I C
Log Chains, .
And other Agricultural Implement, for sale by
"2d 3in C. LHKWKRA
.&nchors and Chains
f 7?- ANCHORS FROM 30010 )OI
TLTZ.ZJr AJiu CIIAIKa I to . Foraala by
Oak, AmIi, Hickory.
r.-JWTTf I'lMXK UV ASSORTED hi
,s:'r I ui ported expressly for
I? A It II I A?E MAKER' USE.
For tale by (720 3m) C. FKKWKK k
Carts and Wagons.
HEAVY IIORSR CAB
Medium Horse Carts.
Llrht Carts, for liorsss or mul- of T
. i .....I.). ln. .... in UUOQ T
-....uiwiia t'n uw h w.
Light Concord Wagons,
Light Hand Csrts,
Heavy Hand Carts.
All of the above are for sale low.
720 3m C. BIIKWKR a
R . f M A NT
RKIJ But Ked SALMON, for snle bv
C. BKKWKK ts (
C. BREWER 4r CO.
V. , - .u.fdm Inrmr CO &Q
wl.ich bo many find fault, that when a laborer de- thDd rtS - p--
tication of ruin rjrece.ied it. When tne neioim i-r- ',.
bnglnna tbe 1
perte, lie shall on returning serve double time.
There is an excuse ior that. For eupjioeiDg the
laborer is abeect a couple of days, and upon be
ing summoned to return, returns willingly, what
empty In there that lie will Dot continually be
leaving for Ehort periods, always returning with
out resistance when sent fur, unless there is some
simple method by which he shall be made to pay
in extra labor. I mean under the present system,
lie may have taken up all his wages in advance.
There fihmiib to be no other way, if you are
! Duke of Wellington said England would go back
j. When tbe Protective aystein gave way to r ree
Trade, ruin to all the Industrie, of Engisna .
will not mention the instance or tne auouuo" j
But'ojTwho uphold the law, ruin the conntry. The late
new. frcTc'luna tell, us we can have uo coolies because the
Sandwich Islands are excepted from the Iirt of nauoua U
which laborer, can go. The diref.uie of thai South Sea ex
pedition will cling to u. Out of 39 from omimdI, who came
less than one year ago, nineteen now he beneath the d-and
of the whole there were on one occasion 28 in the hospital.
These things hurt a. . ,
I shall uphold this change in oar labor system because it will
P ALL SIZES-WEIGHING FROM 700
TO 3.00U pound.
For ale by
ALSO, COUNTER SCALES.
For sale by
C. BREWER Ac CO.,
27 Queen street.
Fire, Fire, Fire I
14 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS FROM
BOSTON, via San Francisco for tale by
C. BREWER It CO.
N. B-Tbese Machine, to deservedly popular to the United
Euteav'where they have saved millions of property, will ba sold
for cost and rbar. (720 ly) C. B. & CO.
THe Iron Age
mrOTIIING HAS BEEN FOUND TO SI
Winter's Metallic Paint !
A a protection for all kind of fttied. Buildings, Hoof, 1
Iron or Wood-work exposed to Uie change incident to a
eal climate. It Is anti corrosive, resists dsmouess and 1
decar. audi the onlv armor which protects from all vlciMi'4
For Sale Wholesale by C. Brewer & 0
And at retail by all enterprising dealer Ic Paint.
JIKS. IJ. UOItIl.CS
BEGS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC TI'
havmf booght the entir stock of Mr. Johnston's
Tobacco and Candy Store,
Opposite to Metsra. Along k Aehuck. and having mto
rangemeuta for receiving I
KEcrLiE srpruEs of i bimi C1DIF-S j
She will continue this batlnes hereUfore, (ollclllng Jf
patronage of her friend ud tbe pablle gewrally. Tl'JX
Tobacco ! Tobacco !j
JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW OK
aa Invoice of
FRESH PLUG TOBACC
OF SUPERIOR QUALU
In 1-2, 1-4 and MO pound Plugs.
For sale ia quaotltle to uit Purchasers. t r(J
72 1m V. A. bCIUkf"