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fence cuf ti Ume there kxit Wo two fon-isn arriTals, tbe
Antiradf from New Castle, eooied to II- IlackfeU & Co-,
with coal l sale, and the hark Ct,1 from 8n
rranriwo, with 14 paaseng cr. aaU fall cargo of merchandise
to Ibwi. O. Brewer C. -
The Sottriitj hrft Han Francwco on the 23th of November,
wfth maHs and rar for thin port ami I folly duc-
The departure bare ben, to-day, the Bkering for Bremen,
with a full carj-j of oil and bune, aud tbe l:. 8. man-of-war St.
Mury Ux Tiilcaauana.
The (.Uowf rwwla arc adrertined to nail f T Tahiti, the
br kktllth'tf ; fr Victoria, B. C. Uie brig Robnt Coiram ;
for An Fraorweo, the scBouorr ilartjartt Crnr.kard i Port
land, tinnon, the barktuti . Fiintvrg ; for Sydney
?.: bark Cnatltkow ; and the clipper ahip Oracle, to touch
hi-n? m nmte fur II-i Ker.2.
The Haw. bru; a an.t Aawtia wm aoM at aurtioo last j
Sutoniay by Adam. A Wifcler far $iil, Mewm. D. Fo-ter j
i 'n. I he parehaer.
On Fri.fciy and aturday but Arfama Ei fcld a large
credit sa at the a:ore of Mn,n- E. IluflVcbla'-grt- Co. Tbe
ZAU-min are the oatiiJr notation, according to quality, for ,
a-we of the principal article : Brown coU jos UO?.c; blue
.IZiSiUic; white ahirting 12Je; bioedriil l&17ic; brows
tl'. 12.Smic; blanket $1 "76 12 t pair; giigham 13jcj
i;c-n dura 2Sjc; linen drill 42Jics em mo do -JCc; mole
kit i3r; alpacra lii'SMc; broom 25 do.;
wrapping I-f McaTJl 00 f ream, according to aue.
t. r. Bartow mCl aril tonnorruw (Wednesday) erening at
bia nwrn, g-Jd and rilrrr ware, dir., all o'ciirk..- Also on
Thurl.-y, at the tore of F. A. Mutrt-r A. Co., a large credit
b U tbe trade.
A -Ism ft Wilder will bold a Chrfotuia tle f toya and doi!
ca ThnrwUy evening, at 7 o'clock. ,
Faast laro, Nov. SO, 1HT0.
Tlie prW of CVld in New York onni to-day at lloi, cim
ir a! UO; .a 3 P. M-; Htrrlirt Di. The price of iUAiX in
fw York l-ari HOI atakea tlrf- of Lval Tender M.19.
Me te Ute following hnporta of inUul proiiiice into San
1 ruic.wD, uj tbe soar art price :
The import of Hawaiian rolT-e ft-.m Jrvn. lrt l Xor. lath '
werioiiDaiui27atka,ti;utarketbeiotroiij t all '.
.twrtprinm. ' '" ,
Tbe bspnrta of liawa.ian upr from Jan. lt to Nov. I6th j
. ii,ooa,r72 and pckaM. The nck of Ha- !
waUau a very . iit, aud the tt Uajod footed at fcaill I
r-w.r p-wnd. . j
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tn lCth were il bam-w. TU d-aiaol waa nhund I
Waod ayrup quoted at 33i cent., according to.HuaUty. i
Tbe linporta f Hawaiian rio: froui Jan. 1st to Nov. 18th
r lS7,i and 233 sacka, laUs adlinf at ZliM ceaU ia
UHm In the trade.
The import of pota from Jan. lt to Nov. lbth were 822
bles.qaotabl at ceo to. ' ... . "
PORT OP 1101X01.111.11'.' 11. I.
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!. 17 A-hr Warwick. John Bait, front MotokaL
17 Xchr Kb Moi. Powers, froin MaiiL
17 Bm bk Aoiipwi.-,, jno Kirkirick, 64 day from t
VWB. O . , VU 1 Ail III. i iaja i'
IX Schr Ketue Merrill. Craite, fiout Jlaoi.
Jrhr till telbrw, II'o, from Hawaii.
W nrtir Mary. Kanf-bn, trout Hawaii.
l' Am bk Comet, A Fuller, 1& dav Im Baj Fraacaicu,
Krhr I'au&hi, RUUsticr, from ilolokai.
fc he llattir, lluwadt, from Miut ,
UEH.l KT i: K rs.
17 S. !ir Kate le. Went. (r Hawaii.
IT Mrhr WaMa. Undoit, fr Kaoiii. "
14 H-hr Kinaa, Wahie. r M:itii.
1-i Hrhr Ka Moi, Powt-ra, Maui.
! ."Vhr -Mary tllcn. HatK fnr Mani. -
I-t-jVhr U arwk'k, Joha Bull, f Jlolokai. . i
1' Stnr Kilaat-a. llarriaon, fr Maaiand Hawaii.
! Aa wh ljp turoi-a, Mrllcn. to cruiae.
'JtU tf Bloup-of-war M Marys, ilarria, Ur Talcahuana.
aUln bk Uhrlac;, Burr, for Falmouth, for ortfors.
2 br -Vet lie Merrill, I rare, Ur Maui. .V
f ythr .Mary. Kanilio, fr Hawaii. x
2 br llokulele. Uoutft, for .Unltkni.
hr Owana, Ma h analwdelirlr, lor Molvkai.
M kTmo ran HaI " . i ' '." K
Kkpokt or Bin Comet, Cam". A. Fillcb. I -eft tf.tn
. Fraitciaco December 11 Ftr4 tnrre da )"a 'out heavy pc
from PE to HV with plenty rain. Phip under amall canvaad
moat the time. Then Bjht wind from north and west with '
oaaion of 5W and SW wintls, arrivin; in Honolulu Decambtr j
rh. is .lay. pae. '
t si j i (icmco rer lodki, use. sum : a csics coat ;
t T II Davlr, ; a r, a ,05, to Geo Melan t 6 ei clock, to D
SFiitner; 13 pkc nnbe to R whitman ; 28 c and 60 pkr
iW. 5 tk pootnea, 17 k corn, 80 ka wheat, 67 aka oats.
vi ska bran, 3.u qr ak flour, 12 qr k meal, 20 ca bread, 115
l is mrki-n to llcirr .Mart 290 qr ak duur, 25 hf ska flour.
20 rii ManHa rope, 100 bx bread to BoUea a Co j 2 cs cigar)
i;k P'" ,1 "'ASn2 lm,,tIK
Phillip A Co 2i bW eudfislv, 130 bndl, 133 kegs, hf bbl
hrk, 1 wbet 1 to iiarkieid Ac Co ; loo k oats, 161 ska bran,
.Vilr corn. 47 ska wheat, 25 b cracker, 6 b inaccarotii, 6
bi.verni.crni.4rte preserve to 11 Mcintyre; 7 c mdse to
firman Bro; 10 c forniinre to Arnew t 60 bbl lime, 82 sk
.at, s: -ks bran, 10 b apple. 2;.k. p,tatoe.. 5 b. onions,
4". baio hay, 4S c mde to J T vaterhooe ; 2ii m shingles,
XO l.hU lime, 181 k oaU, 17 bale hay, 1 cue indue to C
Brewer c Cot 1 top-wagoa to J Cummioira ; 2 c mdeto
IlonchUe;cr A; Co; 2 c uulte to F A rVhaefer A Co; 21 c
mde. 125 door. 19 pkf ah to Order ; 3 csk bread, 20 bbl
utch to E N;e ; 2 c mde to D Foster.
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r sow .u. 1-i.TiE, o. -rer An..poae, i. tain ,
Coal, ton 650
Foa Bbkmc Per Ilhering. Dec. 19tb
i UM-y govlA,cae..... - lj Whale, bone, tb. ......
l-l,wh) nlW.. ... 0517;
Valur rnmrt!C..$ 1701 37 ; Fori?n....f1,.325 58.
Foa Wmdwiid Poar
-Per Kilauea. Dec. l?th Rev J 1
1 Pari and ro, W II forowrll and wife, II R Hitchcock, II
N Ureenwrelt, Mr Thurston and oa. Mr G Armstrong, t P J
hun. Ihre Catholic priest. John Kerr, KoM Slateer, F
' aciarlaux, ami a Ura nunUirr on deck- . . , . ,
Fbom. fa ra.Clsco Per Cumet, Dec 19th Mr Bv
. an. i ebii-iren and carat, Mr Howe an I daugbter, Mr T A
rJ. II H Forrter, 11 J A a" new. J W A rmatrooe. Jamea
' uliaow, John Ribello, Chaa Chrwtmaa, IienrjTQ Head 1.
Faow N i Cvrt.e, N. S. W. Per Actipode, Dec. 19th
J Tbompauu 1.
Foreign Items. .
Vouth's companion a pretty girl.
What is it tluit nobody wants, yet nobody likea j
r ttc ? A lawsuit.
Work in tho English dockyards, preparing '
war Teswhi for sea, now goes on day and night.
The lUrald of Health declares that sleep after '
Imncr is nnhealtliy, and that a 10 minntes doze
before eating in the thing. '
The debt of the city of New York is $7G,000,- j
IXXJ an increase of 34,000,000 within 7 years,,
71 T- 7 , , i.
of street improvements and other heavy
Vt atcrisso scarce in Madison, lnd., that tbe ; ate n0D. , Luther JSeverance', formerly Commis
people don't think or nsing it as a beverage. It is J fcJonel. . and . Minteter Resident at these islands;
even reported tlt tbo mUkmcn have been com- ; ue rctains a high regard for the memory of his
pelled to sell pure milk as a matter of economy, j t -tiai. frierldj in Fis" boyluSodrfrom
. The Eihop or Calcutta has been visiting Bur-' whom he received lens of patriotic' integrity
mah. bnl railci to obtain an interview with the ! thalj be never, forgot, and, whcb. no,, doubt-hafe
King, Iccauie His Majesty Insisted' that the right.! done much to 'make fTis life, as a practical 6tate
reTerend gentleman should eqaat crr-leggcd on man, a positive, success, , . , .T .... rt
a piece of carpet. , . i. - ., ; . . J j - ! After 6erving: three' or four'jeara at tne prinfc-
Thc United States pensioners on the-rolls of ing business, he studied law in Boston.- He
June 30, 1870, amounted in number to 198,680, ! moved to Illinois m' 1840, served eignteen
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ot wnom Zt.oJil were invalid
army and nary 1
pensioners, and 111,165 were widows, orphans ! Secretary of State, and then Minister Plenipo ten
and deicndent' relatives? ' ; tiarr to France. When the 'war broke' out be-
Lake Michigan is Abe deepest of all, the great . ween and, Prussia, the Germans were all
lakes; having an average deptn orOOO lectt Lake ordered out of Paris in?a mosburrjc4 manner,
Superior lias a'mean depth of 083 feet and Lake ! PrusVian Goverbment placed the' whole man-
Erie only 84 feet. T W area br all the chain of
lalea, is 130,000 square miles. i
! ' The Legislature of Massachusetts has passed a !
law, making provision Tor giving free ' Instruction '
idlnuasfrial or mechanical drawing to pupils in j
the day or evening schools who areover 15 years j
old. Etoj town amteining-more--tlD10,000 !
inhakitantsis, retired r to, make lecesBarj-ar-
rangements for such instruction, and smaller
towns are recommended to do bo''1 ;
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London is full of fugitives from the war..
ire a few Germans among them, who fled to avoid i
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niuiary aury ; out toe great majority are trench, '
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:or tbe most part women and children and elderly !
oenu . : The-more opulent among them, driving i
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r xoacicg in the fashionable promenades, give
, : rench' asrosKsli rol:cn in the street and re-
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s ataranta; and .Hegcat Ktreet appear, to he m j
Hnpletefy "oci'npicd tr the -Trwch sui Boulogne is :
n unqwal ait of.vtvacity to the British capital, j clared a Repnic, he -was the first to give it the j
1 Ver einee the P-tQ af Paris were cloeed, say tho j most efficient moral support of the great nation be
."rkndiin rL-er. ono .mav hkar almost as much i represents so well. In bis waj he has done honor- .
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21.
We commence to-day to issue the Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser as a eewi-weeklj, and bence
fbrth it will appear on Wednesday and Saturday.
morniDgs. e nave oeea maucea to tate tnis
course for several zea, the principal one of
which however is, that - the liberal advertising
patronage with which we have been favored, and
which is constantly increasing, prevent us from
giving our readers, in a weekly issue, the quan-
t;(j 0f general reading matter that Would be de-
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there will be 'no increase in the terms of the
WKN but Siatrt. numUl. will At Course b sold
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no ut jifuiii. )i e Miait uouimue me ini-weeKiy
so long as the patronage of the community con-
tmuca to demand it, or until oilier arrangements
are made. The VWlnewlay's elition will be de-
livered as usual by the carrier in Honolulu, and
mailed regularly to island sulscriher3" only. 1
-lr;in Court In Jlanco. ..
On Monday last, Mr. V. C. Jones, as eounwl
for Kaaoaopa, (w), brought a case before His
nonor tne . iianuor, r.. i. Ulen, as, claimant,
r . a a -v- m w . . - - '."I
by virtue of being an adopted child, for the estate,.
oi antiapi, ueceaseu. me property in-
volved U very coniJerabIe, some of it situated in
I A t I A . f il . 1 w f
lHe nParl m lne C1IJ an" lne rncipie mvoivea
are very important as precedents in other caset
t ar or may be brought efore the Courts. '
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In t,uS ca8e' lt lH hmaleJ t!,at the I'ropcrty iq
the hands vf the administrator, Mr. A. F. Judd,"
j worth fn.in 30.000 to 40,000, held under
leases, an.i ouwrwbe. A uriei was uieu uy V-oi. ,
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no ,n j triuuwrau; vu t Murai.i j .
oi auupuon. uiuwr tne ancic-nt regtuie.unu wnictt ,
we hope vi be able to print in our next Lsue.
Cuorl on both sides argued learnedly, at the
conclusion of which. His Honor, remarking that
the case, being a very important one, must go to
the fuU bench, caused judgment to be entered in
favor of the complainant, Kaaoaopa.' ' We shall
, lk with no Utile interest for the final decision
j of the full Court, as many other cases may depend
upon its conclusions, as to the rights of adopted
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j Aniilversary Hcrnion. " j
Sunday morning services at the Ue'tiicl were !
i fully attended, the occasion being a sermon by the J
Hcv. Ihr. Damon, on the subject of the Two
I Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the landing j
of the. Pilgrim Tathers at Plymouth, Mass. i
Among the audlencc'we noticed Ilis Excellency :
If. A. Pierce",1 Mmister Resident of the United j
States, II. II. M.'s Minister of Finance, and ;
other pcrsonoges of note.- '
- The prenchcT took his text from the epistle of :
James, Sd chapter,' 6th verse" Behdld how 1
great a matter a little fire kindleth." ' The dis- ;
course was irr A great measure a historical account ;
of the perils, trials and sufferings of the pioneers j
of civilization and religious freedom in New j
. England, from whence that civilization and those j
rjriricifiles of religious freedom have snread over 1
Ma. cI U:
SCSI., ,The; 6tern fortitude ol
f the pilgrims, and
their lovaltv to the
their carlv enunciation of
1 King, and, at the same time, their unflinching
j adhesion to the principles of civil liberty, were I
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j oiutueuieu uu m giuv nig term:.. .tnugei tier,
the discourse was an extremely interesting and,
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' instructive one, and held the numerous audience
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i n unbroken attention to the close. We hope to
i "ee lt F"ntcd, for aside from its other merits, it
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gives some historical facts not generally known,-
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and which deserve to be preserved in every one a
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"brary. During the services tho choir sang, in
excellent tasto and style, Mrs. IIeman'8 crlc-
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brateu ode, wbicit we cannot do better than to
j VJ Kerc
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Uq gtern nnJ rock.boanJ ct,
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.1 n T 1 1 lie u -n 1 1 r a oiui lujt .
Their giant br inches tossed ;
And the heavy night hung dark - . .
Tbe hills and waters o'er,
IV lien a band of exiles moored their bark ' '
On the wil l New England shore. -
2. Not as the conqueror comes, ; .
They, the true hearted, came ;
Not with the roll of the Stirring dram?.
And the trumpet that sing of fame';
Hot aa the firing come, - T y
. :-Bla silence and in fear ; r- ... .' . 'h, tL
They shook the depths of the desert gloom
With their hymns of lofty cheer. '.";.
3. Amidst the storm they sang.
And the stars heard, and the sea !
. And the sounding aisles of the dim wood rang .
To the anthem of the free.
The ocean eagle soared
From his nest by the white "wave's foam.
And the rocking pines of the forest roared , .
-Thia was their welcome home!,- , . .. J- i
4. What sought they thns atarT
Brirrht jewels of tbe raincT ...
The wealth of seas, the spoils of war? "
Tbey sought a faith's pnre shrine !
Ay, call it holy ground,
The soil where first they trod !
They have left unstained what there they found
Freedom to worship God. . j
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The above named gentleman is tbe Minister
Plenipotentiary of the United States-at. Pari,
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When a boy IMr. asbbama was an apprentice
4a vtrititirw KneinM. in li. umi na . V. .
siiepresenwive sin,- vongreetj, wa appointea
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gement of their exodus in the hands of iVlr.
Vashburne. thir flag- bf J whose country 'was; ior
tI,e time hem' tl protection. Property of
at value was placed in his hands, everydollar
rWna& wl11 "turned to ihwigbtful owneis
wbon for' ' IIc 'u a mn about the size of
and, "perhaps, ;TK)ut the ago br Marshal .Parke,
though of lighter 'comfcTexiortwith )&. .gy
overhanging eye-brows. His energy
character amounts to genins, united with quick;
Dew 01 PP"011' . 0004 oourage inac never
laila htm in tuna of Tlf-fH I
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ni.:i tKA'Kond fa?T-1artrI ann-im mnA
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drives it home with effectual force. Prussia did
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right lri Bcekrag'his assistance, as above, m Pans, '
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in one, in an emergency like that when friendly
aia 19 wauiea, anu. wucrc uiucn ncuon maei i
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crowded into "a small epace. "When France de-
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aoie eerviee to ttimr nations, an ot wnom are Did :.
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r aA t II A,1VI AllIU SIX. V V v tit at U A UIVI DaA T .
jhat ha Us cv bocn the wciWiforined and well- f
wither 'of the Government- of tlxw inla ndf. atd : '
13y the Comet, arrived on Monday, we have
another batch of interesting news from France,
at present the point on the map of the world to
which all eyes are directed. We have latterly
I received' accounts of the successes of French
arms on the Loire, and some of the more san
! guine were led to believe that thence would come
the eucoor for beleaguered Paris.- But here comes
that 'which dispels this illusion a general con
currence in the reports from all points, showing
1 the Buoceaes of the Germans in the battle fields
to the 'norfh of Orleans. They had gained an -
other important victory, und the army of the
; Loire, of which so much was expected, : becomes j'
a thing of the past. According tA the atspatcn
i oi iving viinum,a uauie w;m iu-iu uu .uu.,,-
uiandintlie German' forces, and Gen. Aurelles
1-H:M S m.nH nf- fh Freril.: 3 The
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result was a. complete victory lor ine vtcrmauo,
; whotxk 1,000 prisoners, putting 1,000 of their
opponents hors de combat.
The result of this battle is more disastrous to j
I tbe proajcta of France than might 'first appear! j
to a casual observer. Had Palladines succeeded
in successfully resisting or defeating the Germans, i
Tours would have been protected, and his army, j
apparently well equipped, could have marched to
the relief of the metropolis. But one disaster
i arter another seems to follow the French. Amiens
I j8 captured ; Thionville, the last of their strong- !
: in the rear of the victorious Germans, after
j a stubborn and heroic defense, surrenders in
j flames ; famine closely threatens the capital, no
: attempt to relieve it-from -the Outside seeming
! nowible : the cause of the French seems trulv
I' lno "UBe wl llle rrencn seems iruiy
j hopele'. The end must be near at hand. . Mean-
j time, a etory, for which there appcars'no real
foundation beyond mere rumor, comes to hand,
to the .fibct that Pari La nlread enrrenderftd :
aml 8gajn ( tIiat JSapoICOD, With 1)18 Marshals, SO
recentlv taken prisoner, were marching on Paris i
with oOQ.000 French soldiers,. released from the
capitulated armies of Sedan and Metz, to take
part with the Germans in the capture of the city.
No one can seriously believe this. ' Everything
j looks gloomy for France, and instead of the posi
j tion she held a few years ago of the first power,
i in Europe, even the arbiter of its destinies, as
j was supposed, she must take, for a long time to
I come, the' role of a second, or even a third-rate
power m Luropcau politics
Ae an instance of the infatuation of the people
of Fan's, as well a the ignorance in which they
are kept by the authorities, Dr. liussell, the
'1'imcs correspondent states, that while the 6ur-
render of Met and Strasbourg are, known the
world over tlie Frisians profess to disbelieve it.
AJ,cy 6aJ Uier0 a onlJ a Icw iUKana uermanB
'"rancc, and in a short time they will be driven
.Tho most significant item in the news is that
Austria officially congratulates Prussia on the
fina consolidation ot all tlio Jstates ot Ocrmany.
80011 at lne wur 18 over, tne Ocrman empire
will doubtless be proclaimed. .
'A'ne proposal of Iiussii for a conference with
Austria, England and Turkey, with a view to a
modification of the Treaty of 1850, it is reported
has been accepted by those' powers. But the knot
of diplomacy may sooner or later be cut by the
sword. . Eussia, wants to be free to develop a
powerful liavy in the Black Sea, and to be allowed
to in and out of the Mediterranean without
restriction. If she gets these concessions, which
she claims are but fair, she could, by her ability
to go into India by the land route, as well. as by
sea, be master of the much vexed Eastern question,
and control the commerce of the greater part of
Asia. Her situation would naturally lead to this.
The London Times, it i ' reported, appeals to
King William to remonstrate with the Czar on
the folly of his pretensions, and says that the
civilized world will refuse to grant them. It is
doubtful whether, the Czar, having in view the
i accomplishment of the dreams of his predecessors,
j from l'etcr the titeat down, will cure much for
I nnv nnp1. TATiLnci'.mnPti& luar. fltwpnpnt. MR rift
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has undoubtedly an extremely good undersUnding j
witn uis relative, iving imam.' ir, oowever, oy i
a 'simple conference of the powers, Russia caii
obtain what Bhe demands the removal of restric
tions in the Blnck 8ea how much, better a pro
cess than by g'ing into a bloody war, like that
of 1854 ! "
The ocean telegraph cables, have for some
cause, so far --unknown, got out of order,
and messages could not be sent to any part of
Europe. Mr. Field, the well known ocean tele
graph projector, states that both the cablo of
18G5 and that ol 1SG7 had ceased to work. A
steamer' had been dispatched to grapple Tor them
and would, it was supposed, soon remedy the de
fects. Singularly, enough, the French cable,
while able to transmit westward with the usual
facility, is unable to transmit eastward, except
with great difficulty and very slowly. Ocean
telegraphy is yet in its infancy. . .
From Rome come some singular rumors. A
correspondent of tbe Pall Mall Gazette, writing
from the Eternal City, represents the Pope as
refusing to "take his usual airing in his carriage,
and declaring that be will never leave the-Vatican
while the Italians remain in the city. lie evi
dently considers himself a prisoner. , An Ency
clical" had been issued, which,-though its full
text has not been received, js reported to call
upon the Catholics of every - nation to rise for
the deliverance of the Holy See, as the crusaders
of.the middle ages mustered for the rescue of the
ttjlySepulchrel' . It is further 'said; that the
Pope has issued a Bull of excommunication
against all 1 talians who have invaded the papal
territories,, .lt"ith all respect to Ilia Holiness, m
his religions fcharactcrV" "we may be allowed :- to
doubt whether in this, year of grace 1870, such
appeals will be much regarded.
"'From' 'the United States, the' news, though
Vorumijous, : is unimportant". President! Grant,
whom some, writer has happily described as " the
typo of. the American of to-day ! keepson the
even tenor. --of. his way." lie seems, however, to
have some difficulty in getting a man to suit him
as Minister to England, and it is doubtful, as yet,
who will be selected to negotiate in London on
the delicate questions remaining yet unsettled
between the two countries." - 'u-.- -i
. .y. t n K r
.- ; ear
For the News of the. World
, ... r. .- ........... . ....
OP DECEMBER tStls.oo the arrival of tho Moses
Taylor's tna'riK and yoa wiU secure all Uie var Deway and the
latest telegTmms. ' Price 25 cent eaih. ' Fof sale :
4Zl If - ' - H. M."- WHITNEY'S NKWS DEPOT.
AI,!TI A1V ACS FOU 1S7I.
.- -.ff'.l. . r. i'i ' L t . ..ii.;. .. i
C CHRISTIAN FAMILY ALMAMC.
J Appleton's Almanac. ......................
Loudon Illustrated Almanac- ...
.r, ....... lac
Cassell'a Illustrated Almanac..
Nuticai au. f, ist and i87
For alc by
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o t.v . . isiriTARLE FR
C H n ISTM AS AND' N E W TEARS.
'M;' For Sale l-y " II FAR V-;'M AY. i
V opening" night,
Mr. JOSEPH BAYIVEB
FIRST APPEARANCE Or
Mr. W. II. Henclriclc I
(From the principal American Theatres.)
kV STAGE. XEW SCEXERT,
i And TWO XEW COMEDIES I
-t irnv i.llivnr rill VCri V I!TL'nlY t
j v' -..-"'--
; xva-xwiowx -
! V .T i T- Partiadars in ProaWmrMS.-i??.
). T - 1 I
j J?jj ""t
SALI-THK COTTjIGE OX NIU.
venue, recently occupied by Mr. Robert Lewers,
next door above Capt. Ueiett't.
Apply to II. A. P. CARTER,
Or to A. F. J CDD.
FI RXISHEI) COTTAGE TO LET AT
WAIKIKI. The Cottnge receutly occupied by W. L.
Green, at (he Beach, Waikikt. ' Rent, 40 per month.
or by the year at $35 per mouth.
o-29tf Apply to 1 'W. L. GRKEN.
FOR SALE. THE COTTAGE ON THE
Beach at Waikiki, formerly occupied by Mi9s Montgomery.-
- . Apply to . jt . i . " . -
o'29 tf W. L. GREEN. .
:. , , WAGON FOR SALE " :
OX E NEW TWO IIOR.SE
WAG0X, warranted to carry two ton ;
heavy patent spring, tollable for a su
gar plantation, to fce sold cheap.
ola if- .- . Apply to . JAMES L. LEWIS.
TO LET. ,
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIEDBF-
II. A. Widemanii, on Judd Street. Apply to
d3 ; . " v 1 J. U, KICnABPSQN.
TO LET! " ;
THE RESIDENCE FORMERLF oc
cupied by Capt. Berrill in Nuuanu Valley, containing
Parlor, three . Bed -Rooms, larjte enclose- Verandah,
Pining and Bath Kooms, Pantry, Kitchen and Out-house. Ap
ply tor r . , . ,(d3tf) WILLIAM BEKKILL.
R. WHITMAN, .
AVII.t. O I KX A NEW KSTAB-
lishment on the ARRIVAL OF TUB COMET
this month, and give his attention to
Carriage Trimming, Saddle and Harness
MAKING AND REPAIRING
In all its branches.' Kvery Description or Articles connected
with the Business constantly on hand, at
Moderate Prices. Cive II im a Trial.
Fort Street, next door to Government Buildings. dlO 6m
FOR SALE EX BRIG SIIELLEHOFF !
From San Francisco.
3 SETS WAIVUT CHAMBER FURXI
TURK, - -Three
Sets Enameled Chamler Furniture, ,
I ) . 200 quarter sacks Kxtra Flour,; . ; . -
150 quarter sacks Superfine Flour,
'- : 1 Case Fine Bro n Linen,
200 Sack Humboldt Potatoes!
80 Sack Oats, 10 Gross Yeast Powder.
dl7 2t.'i i ' .ADAMS ft. WILDER.
SUGAR PL ANTATION FOR LEASE !
In Honoipu, District of Kohala,
HAWAII. AT A REASONABLE PRICE
. and Terms. - . . , ,-. . , -
Fifty Acres under Cane !
With more Land around it for Cultivation, with
. ; : Mill, Cart, Cattle, Sorghum-Pan,
and every requisite to carry on growing and griuding cane.
The Mill Is drawn by horse-power. '
For particulars apply to " "
. , F. CIIRISTANSEN, Honoipu, or to
' JOIINTnOMAS WATEUHOCSB,
dl7 3m ' . Honolulu. -.
JLIAtl8 . FOR 1871.
BY THE COMET OR MOSES TAYLOR,
I shall receive my usual assortment of .
CHOICE DIARIES FOR 1871 !!!
Comprising all the various 'te and patterns, 1, 2 and 3 days j
to a page, in plain and coetly biddings, ' . ;
FROM 5U CEXTS TO ftS.OO EACH.
Besides the usual assortment of Pocket Diaries, I shall have
Lett's f London) Office Diaries, 3 days to a pitfre,
. Klmr' Phj .ioi.,,. jiri., -and YUiting List,
lxn; and Quarto Office Diaries,
Cap Office Dutriea. . . -
No one should be without one of these useful remembrances,
which often save tu the imreliiner more than the cot
dl7 llB . For Snle hy u M. M -bitnf.t.
" I OR K II A HIS, in fie
For Sale by
JUST RECEIVED EX A. J. POPE!
WESTPHALIA HAMS, .
FJ1IIE LATEST IMPORTATION. FOR SALE ;
JUST RECEIVED per SUELLEnOFF
ASES MINCE MEAT. "
Cases Sausage Meat, Cases Quahsnps, ,
' -i. . . -.. . . Case Assorted Table Fruits,
Cases Table Peaches, Apricots,
- Case Table Egg Flums, Cases asstd. Table Fruits.
Oregon Oats, heavy; Cala. Bran!
I V Bags Chicken Feed, Bags Wheat, i. y
Small Bags Rye Meal, ?
2 . Suiall Oxtmeal, ' -
; :' Ualf bbls. New Dried Apples, V.".
. , . Fresh English Walnuts, - ?
Fresh Sft Shell Alraontls. j
H For Sale' by' ' HENRY MAY.
' " r . i rr-1 rr
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Fruits,5 illcats, -" ' ''-"'A
Cracliersr, ' Cakes !!
..:.:r?..A.asiw.i;,n ; - . ' : .? i;
Expected Daily per Comet.
: For EaJ by
A GOOD THIXG F0R: THE. IADIES !
SEWIIVG HIAPE EASY.
CALL' ADD EZAMJJTE AT THE ST0EE
CATlL.E & COOKE,
A gents for tbe Hawaiian Itlaods,
.. , .. . ADAPTED.
I s7 v-.-fj ft,.! t
ALL KINDS OF SEWH7G MACHINES!
jr'i"- i t.qrjoD
THE HALL. TREADLE HAS BEEN AD
justed la many Sewing Machines In ihe United States
with the greatest success. .......
Dr. Dkl Xewif speaking at the Woman'. Convention, says
f thaX.two' igaji steadjr work on. a Sewing Machine, uses up a
girl, and no delicate woman will wonder at it. But Ihe appll
cstim of H A L.Li'S TREADLE the Sewmg-Machine,
eatirHy disposes of all difbcnlUes.aod makes sewing a pfc-x.
ore rather than a task. -, dlO
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., 1
Q AND AFTER JANUARY 2d. 1871. I
OUR rRICES FOR IROI
" ' - - . WILL BE 'AS I'NDER: - -'.
HEAVY FLAT BAR IRO.,
Fire Ceait yer Pwamrl.
LIGHT "AND MEDIUM BAR LEON !
Fife and a Half fmu per I'sitad.
' . i -.'it ti Hio ....
North Pacific Transportation Company.
San Francisco and Honolulu Route.
The CDipn7,i Spleutlid A 1 Slrantahiw
R. S. FliOm, - - COMMANDER.
Viil Lchtc San Frnwriarw
On or about....... Pecemlier 12th
. Will Lenf IIom.ImIh,
On or about. Tterember 6th
I Caro for San Fruocisro will be received at all times in the
j JSteamr's Warehoue and receipts for the ame given by the
un,t?rigDej. NooiiHrf.rst..raieorCsrtjiK?. "-' - "
? ireUk. i Warehouse oot taken by the Company.
Iusarance euaranteeil.at 1 wer raU--than by sailing vessel.
Particular care taken of shipments of Fruit.
O- Shipment from Europe and the United States, intended
for these Islands, wiU be received by the Company in San Fran
cisco, it consigned to tiieiit, and be forwarded by their dleainer
to llonolulu,.rre of charge, except actual outlay.
X3" lasseugfrs are requt-sted to take their Ticket brfore 12
o'clock oh the date of sailing, and to procure their Pasaports.
Alt Hills against the Steamer must be presented before 3
o'clock on the day of sailing, or they will have to lay over tiU
the return of the Steamer lor settlement. t . . j ;...- 1 .
o8 3m IL HACKFKL1 h. CO., Agents. '
. S T E A II ;
To Australia and New Zealand.
The California, New Znlau4
ad Auntraliaa Mail 1.1 oe
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS
1,450 Tua...........i.......J. Stewart, Cntr.
CITY of MEI.B6UI11VE,:
1 ,2 OO To. , T. Graiuger, Coiu'r,
.Will run revularly between Honolulu and the above ports,
connecting at Honolulu with the North Pacific Transportation
IIOJtOLCLti ....WILLIAM L. GREEN.
ACCS.LASD ....CllUICKSHAN'K, SMART & CO.
Stdskt II. 11. HALL, FT. 8. ConsuL,
ol 3ia ' k. .
- The A 1 American Brifj ' - ' y
Will have Immediate Dispatch for the above porU
For Freight or Passage, apply to '
dl7- ; . THKO. H.
DAVIE8, Agent. .
The American Clipper - ,
DUE HERE LATTER PART OF THIS MONTH.
Will Sail for above Port immediately after her arrival.
Freight or. Passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD ft Co., Agents.
FOR VICTORIA, B. C.
The British Drig
" ' ' .... , i , . . ,
X2L obert O o av an !
WEEKS. Master. , f
Having the. greater part of her Cargo engage! trill
have IMMEDIATE DISPATCH for
the above port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to .
dl7td '.7ALKER A- ALLEN, Agents.
FOR SAiV FRAIVCISCO
THE A 1 AMERICAN SCHOONER
MARGARET CROCKARD !
I CO Ton Rexifttrr,
' -rrr-n 1. r -i' t- a il r v t. .
! Will liave QUICK IlSpatcn I0T aDOVe Port.
For f "eight or passage, apply to
d3 If THEO. II.
For S1DIVEY DIRECT
HIP. BRITISH BARQUK
. A 1 at Lloyds, 14 years,
CAMPBELL : ! , v MASTER,
, ; . lias part of her cargo ensaged, and T , -
Will have Quick IHspatrh for tbe above l'srt.
For freight or passage, apply to
d'3 tf TIIKO. ' If. : -DA VIES.
:.- FOR . jrl
THK FAST SAILING BABKENTINE
JANE A. FALKINBURG,
WM. CAT II CART,' MASTER.
For Freight or Passage, having Superior ArGoraroodations for
Cabin Passengeraapply to'" n. -- ; . .
t: o3' CASTLE & COOKEg Agents, .
REGULAR riCKElrFOR LAIIALW.
THE SCHE. NETTIE MEEEILL,
..-' E. D. CBANE, Master. ,
Will Ron Kegnlarly betweeaTLU Port and Lahalua,
- ; - .fi .. : ., LEAVING .t.:t
IlonolnlB f Tory Monday and Lahalna every Thnrsday.
rilO - IT. IIACKFELD A Co., Agents.
, J,v rt .-.4MELUSI..Miiier., ... ...r
Will run as a Regular Packet to the above port. For Freight
or Passage apply to '" ' " ' ' '
n!2 6m WALKER A ALLEN, A gents, ,
' . - f i
Regular Packet for, Hanalei, Kauai.
THE CLIPl'EB. SCllOONEtt . V , r
FAIRY QUEEX, , k ,
, . Will Sail as a Regular Packet as above.
' For Freight or passage apply td ' i ;: ''l ' '
.ol 3m : i. r. . i.( ; ,1 . , j.WALKEtt ALLEN.
J r SI T IIOITI PS O.IV , S:
Will Sell from this Date at his Blacksmith
. . SHOP,
All Small Sizes .of Iron at
J For Four Cents per Pound. '-
Twenty-Five Dollars per Ton.
V. J-y . i
I ti j-i
OICARS,fAC!GARS ! !
' i i . -i-) tinier, t t
A Xarce aal Varied Assortment r
Havana & German CIGARS I
-Just Received -r-
Per A.1 J. Pope," from Dremen,
f: s I i i j hi r :a ! it if v - -
:UW 'OPEN POE INSPECTION AT
THB ST0KK OF
F.; A. SCIIAEFER fc Cw,
Js ALFREDi RODANET,
IlAVinn rtvnriwn i a mwm,- -
"WatchmakeTs Tools awl Materials, is prepared te .. ;
CtEAS 4S BEPilil W1TCBES A5I) - CLOCKS
. n I.
A PENNY SAVEI IS
THE-UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED TO GIVE 8ATIffVAt:TlOX TO AT.r.
I DEALERS AMD CONSUMERS OF
ARDWARE AND GENERAL lIESCi; M
WHO WILL FAVOR US WBTII THEIR TRAD!-;,
WE IMPORT ALL OUR GOODS FROM MANUFACTURERS IN EKGLANl
.MP J.HE.NITED STATES . -
AND WILL ; SELL AT " B E D; ROCK'! ; PRICES;
THE FOLLOWING AND A THOUSAND AND ONE OTHER -
autioles of JME imjiiM&Efo
AIMERS', COOPERS', MACBfflSTS' ASD .-AGRICULTURISTS Hi
. 6"r Afil.
HUNT'S (and other makers)
.. y.'..- '- Description. ; ".,
NAILS--Cut, Koat, WrousuV, and FinUIi.
S P UC ES--C u t,V rough t, Ship, I In In &, Onlrnnfcd
Hi a 9
w Si " .
a H "
" fifia -r
ii w a
- 5 Ma w-3
r S m CO M
T? s P
v a a w
2 -! 2
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BITS
SILVER PLATED Snaffle and MetropolIUn Drirln; Bit. LIGHT UA BNEHS MOUNTINGS
Silver'Piated and Japanned. GIG SADDLE TREES, Japanned and Sllrer Mounting. ' n
MARKET BASKETS, assorted lees. STOCKS
Keg, Barrel and Cask RIVETS. A Terjr large
Best Iliclcoiy Spokea. from 1 to 2 1-2 Inch. Best Ilickory
1 to 2 inch. Cart Axles. 3 by 14. Best Morticed Kim J I una, irow oio io ki a. .
Best Hickory Bugy and Expres Bliafta. i Best Hickory Pole, Best llirkory WhifUetrees and Croa Bars. '
Best Hickory Bows for Bnggys ana carriage. peai
Cairiairc Springs, Elliptic and Bide or Concord ; - rmh
' Kubher Spring Frwertors, Silver PlaU-d Hub Bands,
Slump Joints, Top Props, but irons, eno riates,
Bridle and Saddle :; Ornaments, in great variety
Saddle Nails,' Carriage Lintnc Nails,
Silver riated Japanned Harness Iluekle
Carriage and Hunting or Riding Whips
A great variety, put np in Oil, in can from 1-2 to 26 lb cans, all ot the Vr'.RY
. " ' BEST. 4 . . .'
Also, -a goodlpf assortmenUDry Paints 1
And Putty. Chalk. Whiting.
i.French Jled and Vellaw Ochre,'
' Fire-Proof Paint, ' ., :S
: Uubback's Pnre White Zinc
V-' . Iloiled Linseed Oil,"
DevoesV Copal and Damar Varnish !
TERPENTINE, luCK JA.PAN -f '
- . " -1 . i PATENT DRIER,
8 -2. a crT
o ; h o g
1 1 f i 5 a
" I js s r;
a .s g
: B .
BRONZE IRON BR A CKET8. U ia something vary elegit and cheap.
FANCY WALL' BRACKETS; cast Iron, colored Imitation of Black Walnut, quit fca3
- .Walnut, not half as expensive and will not soil the Wall pw- , ' .'-',v
Also, si Great Variety of Seine Twin
Wrapping Twines, " ' fish Line, Cod Linet, ,,, FamUook
ASTERS W SHIPS DESlfllUG
Sliould Call at IVTo. 3S BZiriK Strcui;
Where. they can .Get Double and
of all sizes. Shot Pouches, Powder
"!- and a half doaen other style and
CHEAP' FI LES, all str and bind, BauW
Eudless Variety of Pockct Cutlery. Sail Needles & Hooks, Marlla V .
" ' 'sewing and Eoping Patina,' Ball Twine, Beat Copper ;TMka,'BUpy8crsittek''sUel.' , ' .' '
CONNECTING LI NK8J TOPS AIL C MAINS.. COOPER'S HAMMERS. AN'
i. . i !.;. i .And Other Tool, all of which wilt be , .
at Prices tliat will rriirc Satiffsf"?
' 1 TACKS of all kind, tinned. common Iron. 8wet
Coffin Tacks, Screws, .Plates, and Handles,
CartGsi 1'lopying-- Inlt !
.a .-aii.; qorts. , :.,iittil 3
CRUET 8T A NDS,Keetro plated'.1 :"
, 'i if ' ; Vrou8nt Staple for Wlr Fenclcg.
Tho Roal , Manila Cordago,, I -2,
lHiu.iM.aia.o , i
The. Ileal ! Baling JKope, ,tiro
I.I .1 1 '1
Any,QRe wishing to get DRY. GOODS at a Bargain will p
CALL lMMEOIATELV; AS VE AVISIJ TO CLOSE OUT TIE IIAtAhCE
Of Casslmeres, Ilorrock' White, Cotton, od other brand?
, , Toilet Table Corera, ' IVbite Flannel: Blaek Mnhatr Vartmr, V-rm Mwqait N ins-, p fJZ iuw
-'.:; 5 nna JUelnKS, Linen sad Silk.'J THOMPSON'S OLOVA0 IITTINO COHW a. j
."-S ,Yl"y . Uoen Table laiBuk, Fon.lture Damask and Oimp, . Bfst M bite Llueo rroB,l". , .
Oentlemeu' White Linen UaiKlkenhler. ' ', , i." 5
LThoso - with tho Thousand and ' one things not mentions
1 ' .J :..
TWO , EWCtiAilXEf,
will allow Us to Enumerate.
KINDN. ''''' '
AXES and HATCHETS, of Every
s a) ta
r Pi -2
21 . W (o
. no ' t 'i
" r " 1 c X
s m f&c-v.i.iiH; sac
3 3J I- . ' S ft : 53
8 R w
m CO w
I 3 E
BRIDLES, SPUE S , Etc., ' Etc., E.;
AND DIES, full assortment, tb largest will cut ap to lii ,;JJ
assortment or American tn A V il l Hi UUI.TV,
ttlms. from t to x no. asips, nail paiepi ana enHnaa. trl
cpmnin. im rpii., ncc- ... .(
Wheel ana Antlratuer. . AOiiiiail KalUers, ., r
Bilrer Plated Bbaft, Pole and Yoke Tip, each plain 4 uctajw
wup ami jmmu, wni.jt uu Air jknm, ( i viips.
Large Male Collars and Harness,'
Plow and Horse Cart Hitmen
.. Trace Chtisi,
. ' t3 "
f I 'X
. p ,
1 1! -'
o Kg-" n
3 W J'5 3-5
Tniversal Steel Plows, . Handled Eoond P..int. l pa.1-. snfl Pl.of
' : i j siay anil Manure Forks. lxng Handle r'j.n.ln. snd Hifr,
. t , i Steel, Iron and Wooden kak.-s. 'KM bm Cast ui.
J-ytlie and Hnaths, t D m. 1 1-8, 1 3 4. lnl
. . . O Chains, ! If t hain. Iog T'-al'i.
v....-... . k - -. : ' - '. ' - -
''Wooden IlnndlcN or Evrry Dckcri(iJ
LOCKSA frnnt tnrinrv nf nvnrv kfn:
- 0 : ' : . v 1
mnges, every. sire, crass &
Heavy Crass Ship Outt j,
Rods, from 1-4 . to I 1-4 In. for
33 j.' JEl B,T Ti K TJ ,
. 8)ur aad;Oiin,(rvi l-ill 1
Iron. Bras and Coi.ner. frufi. No. 1 to Mi,.'
Mflre tor Penolmr No, 4 and No. . raiiid wr,li ,a
Cadar ToW and I'alla. Bm ,TT. .-Lrt .
- Ualvantaod lrua Tm nd l''l. "
'IRON FMWACB BOIW
Single barrel Guns, , Powder,
Flasks, Percussion Cp,jEler, "1 j
qualities to salt, from 100 to 00,000. ... ,' . f
Koira, got oat expressly fur trtdo. Butcher t. " '
Irtn, pate:.; (i.i-m i : i.
'.and lie4 "
i ,. ; ;f fcy I'hweor Bale.,
Oiyii'm'p Omul IMat ;
Bro?n Cottons by piece' cr
Uetir Carbine "d tif;s, j
' . CatrUges r !!r Hlfl, U. rtffc R,B' i
" - ; . "r ; Horrer, '
THE REAL HAVANA CK
. A few tbonaand cf whloh w wM etoM
Park )&oln f'r Sblp's Tse,
Uosln Pale, No. I. CaaM1'
Furniture Prints, jost recqivM, Fancy w
,1 Ta !' I'I"
prims, josv rawTro, -- . ,
Sold j by i "i
?! i .3!