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pSR Op MESSRS.
iUWBAUM & Co.,
'day & Thursday,
BY C. S. BARTOW.
J 't 10 o'clock, A. 1L Each Day,
CREDIT TO THE TRADE!
. TT8TIED STATES,
for this Cartel !
: k English and French
M FM 11' GOODS!
js & shoes, :
AWA LICENSE AT AUCTION
I mm Instructed oy ni, Excellency ths Minister of Interior, to
ecu a. ruuuc auction.
OH FRIDAY, --. JANUARY 13th,
IT 13 O'CLOCK NOOX, AT SALESROOM,
ONE AVA LICENSE FOR WAIALUA.
ISLAND OP OAHU.
C. 8. BARTOW. AacUoneer.
MARSHA TVS SALE.
Before U Uoa- A- HartaaU. Pint Associate Jostiee of the
eoprems Court and Vice ChanceUor.
JOBS a WALKER, Exeeator under the W1U of Q. O. HOWE.
tate H"nohi, dwiKd, Complainant, tw. LEONARD
JJrTCBKLL and ROMOKCCLKl, hi. wife. Defend anu
Bv VIRTUE OP a decree: issued bf
theSupremtaCoortor Lm and fcqaitv of tbe Hawaiian
Islands U Ur? above named Complainant, asrainat th
abor. Bed Dod.nta, tor the .nm of One Haai
Fifty-threa Dollars ($153 17), I .hall expose for Ml at
PoMie Aoc-loo, npoo the premises at Keooeula, Hooolnla Isl
and of Oahn. on SATURDAY, the 14th day of January A D
U1U12 DOOO;1, riht- We and interej'of the
aid Defendants la and t. all. aiwi .in-i... . ' .
premise et forth and describnt in the said mortraeeefthe
Complainant, In this eaus filed, and therein Wr.lL I",
los,vt - i - "
- The DodiTtded faair of that certain of lanit -.
Kenoeola. Honolulu. Island of ohn If I rrnr . k-.i
..fof,l;'e fcy1 latent No. 4423, dated the 7th da of
pni, ioai. aoa more particalarly drscribed in a Deed from M
Ltpoa, to Leonard Mitchell, one-half: Caroline Ulii-un "
quarter, and Amelia Mitchell, one quarter, dated Joly 8th,'lS59
a. folio : K noomaka ana ma ke kibi hikina. pill ana me
ke ala oWl l holo akan 41 o 80 kom. 152 2-12 kap. ma ka
Jpc'i 1 k P oeloia no N. Hooliliaroano kihi. alaila
7ko":l12 kap... ka paoHooliliamanu kihL
alaila bema 3t SO- hik. 147 12 kanTma ka K.rJ S k '
aUUaakaaaoo hik. 1J 8-12 k.n . k kil.i ... .. " 7..," 7
hoo.m1wl 5 kei "" ' hikl I ka koomaka ana. - Kia
S,!11 .ttV lk !, tog ether with ooe-
teoemenu, hereditament, and apportenanee. there
antotetomrinir. Lnles tbe jndgment. interest, east of ,uiU
my ttf nd ooomissions are preriua.ly satnUrd.
W. C. PARKK. ManhsL
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
LOCK, EL, THURSDAY,
il Sale of Invoice
MARSHAL'S IVOTICK !
T"'EA J'EOP FORECLOSURE OP
v w?,??75Afei? . ,ho ""U of-u" Walker, Exerntor of
the Will of Ceo. O. Howe, deceaaed, ts Leonard MiteheU and
if1!-. aelwidanta, is postponed to Friday, Jan.
lt 1ST Ja7.
1 GOOD 101X6 FOR THE LADIES!
SEAFIXG MADE EASY.
CALL ASJ) EXAMINE AT THE ST0EE
CASTLE & COOKE,
AgmU fcc tbe Hawaiian Islands,
" - ADAPTED POR
ALL KH7D3 OF SEWING HA CHUTES!
THE II ALL. TREADLE HAS BEE3T AD
iasted to many tJewing Machines in the United State,
vitk the rreatest oocess.
lr. Did Lewis speaking at the Woman's Coorentioo, .ay
that two years steady work on a Bewins: Machine, uses ap a
irtrt. and no delicate woman will wonder at it. Bat ta- appli
cation of H ILL'S TREADLE to the 8e wing Machine,
entirely disposes of all difficulties." and mak. sewiug a pleas
are rather than a task. dlO
R. C. WYLIE FROM BREMEN!
3-4. I, 1 1-4.
E. P. ADAMS,
17 Rl T12U'S SALE!
- - .... JANUAEY 13ti,
A? 11 O'CLOCK, A. M
Bap Cwaawaay'a Prcaalaes.
I of whom it may Coacera
-THE PiiLLOWISO -
Ifd ex Schr. Soyereitrn!
issa Ss Fraaiciae.
. riuar,33i bMa.
: Wheat ilral, 1 bbls.
'- eaioo Bread, 2u Tins Wine Crackers,
20 Tins tfuda Crackers,
" SO Tins Water Crackers.
Braa X. t.
SO Sacks) Bra a.
E. P. ADAMS. Aoet'r.
MEW YEAR !
ER MOSES TAYLOR!
PLATED TEA SETS, AMER-
'-.-rna, rartoa, styles awd pros, rery emplcte
' aled Waiters. FVw.r Stands and Tases.
-it i Break&ist Crorta. ButU-r Couiera,
. & -f-ztil Base, fllver Thimbles.
. Gyruavupo and new additions to
t -A' A Tndia Rohner Bans.
-t. I - Hair Brak, ohlmr Screens,
; aacjr Wort Baafcrts, Pearl BuUona,
Al award Needles, of the fine qaall-
y, pan P aww ana rlrgsat
'--y hest oaality in neat packaces. -
CASTLE it COOKE.
- Preach Prints; fancy. Fancy Muslins,
Victoria Lawns, Mosqiito Netting,
Superior Black Coburg a,
Trench Merino and Cripe, Ticking,
. . White Shirting and Long Cloth,
Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, beary.
Brown and Blue Cottem, Hickory Stripes,
- Blue Twilled Saxony Funnels, " . -
Pine White Flannels, . ,
Imperial Linens, aaaoitrd. White Linen II and kerchiefs.
White Jaconet liandkerchieia,
Turkey Red and Tello Handkerchiefs, .
Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Black Silk Elastic. Dm Goods,
Plain and Figured Blaa Bilk,
White Linen and RibM Drill,
Fine White Linen Dock
Black Hair Cloth for talor'. use. Black Lining Silk,
Blue Twill, Blue Pique, Cashmere,
Tell Barege, assorted cojrs.
o 3m For gale by H. HACKFELP a Co.
For Sale by tie Undersigned !
SUPERIOR COTTAGE PIANOS f
Direct from the celebraid Manufacturer. A. BOND, Paris."
SHALL WE SAY MORE ? YES!
We will ssy they wer,ordered by A. U. UAVELL, Esq.,
who was wen qualified t judge of their superior qualities, 1m
being a Int class mutirin, and haring dealt in these Pianos
fur several years in Au.-.;.
r a beautiful Italian walnut cases, and
are la splendid eond; having been packed la aloe lined
AS NOVELTIES I
which cannot be Duplicated
fOCSD ELSEWHERE X
tuUibig in part cf;
1 1 ""'T m sod Watch BUada.
Tfltytrei ta Eacli4
Z7i 2!i3 & Pocket Scents !
ff 1 ,H V-st." . aww bnponaao, a Ab-M-.
; I a, Heai. Shell Bases, yav
; " oards. Oak aawdop v-
Wi.U KS, AlsRC.TlS
rr Cases, Piper Weights,
Tops, great variety
. warcira uames.
' re tjaoiea, ABC BJoeka,
; 'iTory Rattles with ring,'
7 of Books for the-Yoansr
r.tamiaated Tests, As. -I
aga of Chief of the German
ARMY", - -. ---
s of the French Amy !
I U a It. And a FEW SllSGLT of
j QYTJIE STEAMER I
es for 1871!
-w m, jjmwi aavajice on
Til OS. G. TUBUU'l.
TWO SUPERIOR PIANOS
In Rosewood tan, from the well-known bouse of
UALLETT i CUM PS TO '.
DIRECT FROM LO.IDOX PER A.' J.
toe assortment ot
" ' : Such as t .
Harmoniums, Molina, Organ Concertinas, Quiiars,
Violin and Gn'Uar String; Banjos. 'Jornoptans,
Piano Strings and Felt, Musical Boxes, assorted;
' Organ Accordeois with stands, Tatnborines,
" ' 'Regulation Drums and Joy Drums.
ISTMAS IS COMING!:
A Largs AsaorUaest of
EX LATE ARRIVALS
TOT pyr0 1 E 2ST 1 1ST G !
AB of which" will bssold CHEAP FOR CASH at my Wars
Sooois on Fort street. Particular In adrerllaemetit next week
OS C. E. WILLIAMS.
perJ- '. V.
A. J. Ppe fro in Bremen
UEAVT AiluSKEAG DEXIMS, J:
'ancy Plamd Sfairts. filk L'abrelUs, Kid G lores.
Cotton Uan-kerefaieis. Tinegar, in barrels A demijohns.
ryna Salt i0 cask, ,nd eases,
A'm..ndf, Cream of Tartar, , . :
rreneh and aoih Olives, - .
arnvTL. '' la ttiaeaits in 1 lb tins,
Si ELf Cbeew.. Butter la tins,
rCoaT"1"0"-1 - ;
K.ae Foww lo nf. b. e,,, Fipe ad Areh Brick si J
Muam Ytlow Metal and Naila, aasorted.
T:1" Children'. W.sona.
J fr"to one to Are gallons, - - "
Paper. Manila Rope, i-4 to 1 and 1 1-4 Inch.
JJan,lCotUg Fall HempSd Flax Packing,--Uoop
hM, Iron nnned Ssoeepans and Tea-kettles.
Oak aul Piae Barrels and Hocsheads.
. i Sa.QOOftJailons Mew Oil SnosiiL . . ,
A Large Assortment of Havana Cigars !
Bam n bsrrrtt, Gin hi cases, ' '
An AnsiUutnt of FLas Gtaaiwars. Ae fcc, "
v ' FOB SALE BT : -i-..
EACKFELD &, CO.
dlO 2m .
HAVING OPEXED A NEW PHOTO
GRAPHIC GALLERY oo Port Street, nearly opposite
any old stand, neat door to Grunwald A- SchuUe, 1 aball be
happy to see my old patrons, and any others vbt wiab for
flrat-claa. picture. All styles taken upon the most reasonable
terms. Having made arranreroenta with a good artist in San
Francisco, I shall pay particular attention to copying and ea
lanting pictures tut retouching or painting.
By attention to the tastes of my customers, I hope to receive
share of patronage.
Also for sale a variety of Photographic Views, Portraits, Ac.
and a -
PANORAMIC VIEW OF HONOLULU,
Tbe only one ever taken of the City.
il. U CIIASK.
3VO. lO STORE!
NEW SILKS! NEW SILKS! NEW SILKS!
JP8T RECEIVED PER MOSES TAYLOR
and imported by the nnderaigned direct from Europe. N
aovaace in Dnee in eonamnMw nr . - a m.mmt
ooua aboat to be opened, and well worthy the atten
tion of tbe Ladies. Superior quality of Goods and reasonable
THE HOUSE OX Kl'RCI
now occupied by the Inucrgigneu
d24 3t Apply to
A. P. CARTER.
TO LET !
A COTTAGE AT WAIKIKI.
d2St Apply to. Da. WM. H1U.EBRAXP.
FOE KENT 0E LEASE !
SEVER A L COTT A U ES.I'I.E S MLT
located, ainl suital- for lre ami .man
are entirely KW, banrtwHnely fln.sned. and up.li-d
rith all the necessary outhir an..
.!.! ,m A I. Ml !( 1 SiAtlln f, Al..', w.
UbK STEAMER MOSES TAYLOR.. JUST
JL received a treat variety of New Goods anitabl. fur native
u rawurj irtae. sor sale y
JOHN THOMAA wiTmnnrail
P. 8 Orders from Country f torekeeners win b. atundd to
yrmnptiy, ana cnargea reasouably. - dS lm
SHIP WM. " LE LACHEUR.
- . t -
From London Direct,
EXPECTED WITHIN THIRTY DAYS,
containing about 1JMM Tons wf Goods, suitable fur. the
market, and for sale by the undersigned. Particulars at a fu
ture time. (d3 lm) JOHN THOMAS WATEUHOC8E.
fUST: RECEIVED EX SCHR. URANIA.
r from Tahiti,
200 SACKS SUPEEI0E.AEE0WE00T!
Fifty Pound, each.
And Fifteen Casks of Rum.
For Sale Cheap In quantities to sui:', in or out of Bond.
nU By TUEOD. C. BEUCK.
CHAMPAGNES, WINES !
AilASKS RHINE WINE,' .
Five HonheadsTennant'a Dranrht Ale. :
Five Hogsheads Hitchinson Draught Ale.
Ueidsick's Champagne quarts and pints, warranted
eagot At Co's Champagne, quarts and pints, warrant-
?...-.. edgenuine., .
Kulnart Pere 4 Fila 'Champagne, quart.,' warranted
Jutl Landed and For Sale by
8m H. OACKPELD A Co.
THE BEST IflESElT
CHEISTMAS 0E NEW YEARS
, -r AH ......
THE NEW ENGLAND .
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM'Y.
Don't Waste yonr Money on iPerishabie
Play Things or Japanese Ware !
Prfsrot yoar Wife and Children This Tear, as a
Cbrl.tuiaa ar N'tw Vrnr'a Gift, nm In.a
rauce Pal icy ia "The New Uaglaad.1
r. ONLr THINK! i .
At tbe Age of 23, 20 annually, will secure Sl.OOO
for your family 1 t
At tbe Age of SO, Z3 annually, will secure ai,000
for yoor family !
At the Age or 35, $26 50 annually, win secure tl,000
for your family
WHO ARE WISE
THEY W HO INSURE THEIR LIVES IN THE OLDEST AND
BEST COMPANTIN THE ' ,
Hew England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
CASTLE St COOKE, are Ageat. far lac)
dlO At ' Hawaiian Islands.
New Goods ! Jew Goods !
86 Ma, T. DOMiVEIdld 88
JUST RECEIVED PER MOSES TAYLOR !
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP FUR
NITL'KK, expressly selected for this market, oou.iai.ing
in part a. follow. : . c .. .
Common Wood -seat Chair.
Quincy .- -.
Bar Room .
Liffht Grecian Caoe-seat, - ...
Oak IMniDg "
Oak C-top bent Dining Cane-seat Chairs, ,
Oak Office Chairs Rotary;
. . Wood " .......
Walnut Swiss Cottage CBairf ,
Gilt Arm Rockers, cane seat and back,
Litrht Maple - " 44 ,
Imitation Rneewood ' . ;
" Oak Oval-back Nurse Rockers,
Walnut " - .
Brace A rm Rocker., ....
' " Children's Nursery Chairs. ' i '
- Cane-svat oak Uioing Chahrs,
" oak Cane seat and back Dining Chairs,
Cummon Wood-seat Rockera,
Cane seat and back . 14
. . . Koa and WalnM upholstered Bockers,
American -fi leaf Diving Tables,
44 31 ft 44 44
44 Sft Extension Dining Tabler, Walnut,
4 10 ft . ' 44 " - 44 - '! V
1-ift ' ' ' -
'" 2J ft Saloea Table.,
8 and Sift " " - -
44 Cottage Bediteada.
Mahogony Iron feet Towel racks.
Plain Black Walnut ,
Carved . 44 ' : . . -l
Black Walnut Whatnot,, v
Walnut Parlor aetu in ttaireVftb,
Easy Chairs In Uairefctav .
44 KIsHia - . '
44 Hat-tree and Book-case.
Rewocd and gilt Idouldings, different styles and sisxs.
Gilt 44 44 "
W sluut Chamber setts,
44 Corner Brackets, ke., Ac
. i ALSO ON HAND . : "
K-a Bedsteads, Pine Bedsteada, ' ---"''
Pine Bureaus. Mahogany Bureaus, Walnut Bureaus,
tiouogea in vamask and Haircloth,
' Mirror PUtes, Washstauds, - . a .
" - n 1 1 1 n tJ , .VIC.
Children's H illow Carriages, - .
44 3 wheel ChaiseHop Carriages,
Awbeal, , S t
Spring, Hair, Excelsior, and Straw Mattresses made to order.
Also, Lounges. Wardrobes, Bureaus. Tables. Bedsteads, Meat
Bales, c. Ac. .
AU of which will be sold as cheap aa tbe cheapest, and per
tups a lit tie elM-aper. ... .
N. B. Pumiture repaired at short notlc and on reasons4
terms. Orders from the other Islands will rscrir prompt and
''' Nos. 86 and 88 King Street.
w, FrRMSHKDUlTTACKTO LET AT
Trfy WAIKIKI Thf CitrKe ret-eiitly '"--Coi.ittl t,y W. l
JiX. Cren, at he bVach. W .ikiki Kent, AO per muuih,
or l.y (lie year at $3a per nioinli.
o-h If A . ply to W L. QitKKN.
PUR s LE T il K nn r it;r:t tiik
"1 ......... Aim V Lt
. THE PACiriO
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11.
Fbssbm or Tag Moon ron JAM0ABT 1871 Honolulu
Mian Time As prepared by Capt- Daniel Smith.
Jan. 6ih Full Moon.....
Ja i. 13lli Last Quarter
Jan. 2ith New Mimiu...
Jau. 28th First Quarter.
.10 52 4 a. M.
. 8 85 4 r. at.
. 2 00 8 r. a.
.NOT F.S OF THE WEEK.
Tub Next Mail from tbe East will be doe by the
ft. C. Murray, nlxjut Saturday or Sundaj. unless
some truuaieut clipper should calL '
W. L. UREEN.
THE HOUSE LaTELV OLXUPIEDBi
H. A. Widemann. on Juua Btreei. appiy to
J. L RICHARDSON.
THE RESIDENCE FORMERLY Oc
cupied by Capt. Berrill in Nuuaou Valley, containing
Parlor, three Bed-Rooms, lars;e enclosed Verandah,
Dining and Bath Rooms, Pantry, Kitchen, uut-nouse, ana one
"Z00"1?" WILLIAM BERRILlV
I WILL PAY NO DEBTS CONTRACTED
for In my name without my writ tan order.
HENRY S. 8WINTON. JR.
Honolulu, Dec. 28tb. 1S70. I31 3t
ALMIMCS FOR 1871.
C CHRISTIAN FAMILY ALM ANAC.....25e
J Appleton's Almanac ........60c
London Illustrated Almanac. ......................... ...75c
CasseU's Illustrated Almanac 7ae
Nautical Almana-a fT 18T1 and 1872 S'l
Alt Almanac for 1871 880
lor sale by
Libel Dismissed. In the admiralty suit of Henry
May against the schooner Sovereign and owners,
which, was argued last Friday, His Honor the Chief
Justice gave a decision on Monday morning, dismiss
ing the libel.
The steamer KUauea, from Ocean Island, may be
looked for any day after Saturday, when she will
have been absent 19 day a Capt. Long, before sail
ing, expressed the opinion that be shouM be absent
about three weeks. ; .w
Z i a -i
171 A S ONI C H (D T E L ,
KING STREET, H. I. "I ' ...
Comfortahle Pnrnished Apartments To Let
.--"""TO GENTLEMEN OR PAMILIE&. - !
CIGARS, CIGARS ! !
A Large and Varied Assortraeat of ,
Havana & Germait CIGARS I
Just IIcceiYed "
Per A. J. Pope, from Dromen,
. r AND . '
NOW OPEN FOE INSPECTION AT
dl laa i
in STORK Of ,
- E. A.-8S3H A KPER Ac C'av.
3YEI RYEII BYE!!!
GERMAN RIE BREAD TO BE UAD4T
' nakma. vrkii irvrB.Tr dat. y
Ereraen Cloyea for Hew Year's Day !
431 xiote street, wset fort.
Grand Opportuoity ia Penmanship
' ' " AND THE '
Theory of General Principles in Navigation
PROFESSOR J. G. WOOD WILL REMAIN
in Honolulu a few months, and haa concluded to offer hia
services as teacher to those who wish to acquire a knowledge
of tbe above mentioned tfcienoes. . :,;' -. , 1-
School will commence Jan: 3d, 1871
And will be held every evening, (Saturday excepted) com
mencing at 7 o'clock, in the building known as the KAUJ1A
KAP1LI SCHOOL UOlE.ou Smith street, for the Term of
Terms made known on application to Prof. Wood,
' . . at the Kautnakapili School House. .
copy books; &c;, will be Burnished
Oa Msderale Terms.
Scholars subscribing and entering the School will pay $XM In
advance,and will be required to attend their Lessons regularly,
as tbey will be charged in full at the expiration of the Term,
unless prevented by sickness. The Professor, during each
week, will pick out some ctear evening for the purpose of ex
plaining i ne tneory or taking altitudes of the Moon, blare and
Planets, 44 as it is one of the most pleasing branches of knowl
edge which has ever engaged the human mind. The rraodeur
and sublimity of the objects it presents elevate and improve
the mind. Danish low aira frivolous passions, and become a
source of never-ceasing pleasure."
Tbe Profess-r will also offer his service, as private teacher
of Penmanship, be has also a
Xatoral Gift af the Pertapaese k Spaalsh Laagaages,
Those desiring to acquire a knoaladge of those languages' will
please to apply soon oy letter or by person, so as to order the
proper Buoka from S in Francisco m lime. The terms will be
SB.OO far Twelve Lesssaa
Tbe Professor is a foreigner by birth, but a citizen of the
United States by naturalisation. When a lad of fourteen, left
his native land (A sores Island) and was sent direct to the
Rochester Academy, Mass., where he became a scholar and
acquired a knowledge of tut English Language, principally un
der the instruction of C. P. Ru?g, Esq. i .'i d'24 lm
THE . HAWAIIAN FLAG.
PflHE NATIVE NEWSPAPER KUOKOi'
M. forSATLRDAV, January 7, will contain the Hawaiian
Printed in Colors.
And also PRINCE WILLIAM C. LUN ALILO'S PRIZE
HYMN, Gad Sure the Kiag," in Hawaiian and
Copies of the paper can be had at the Office of the 44 Kuo-
koa." Thia number commences anew volume, which 1. deliv
ered to subscribers at &2.00 A YEAR."
jat 2t U. M. WHITNEY, Publisher.
: EVERY DAY! '
Fresh Eye Bread. I
AT HORN'S, Hotel Street.
SUGAR PLANTATION FOR LEASE !
In Honoipu, District of Kohala,
HAWAII, AT A REASONABLE PRICE
Fifty Acres under Cane !
With more Land around it for Cultivation, with
HilL Cart, Cattle, Sorghum-Pan,
and every requisite to carry on crowine- and srindin? cane.
xiio aim is arawn oy norse-power.
For particulars apply to
F. CURISTANSEN, Honoipu, or to
; - JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSK,
117 3m Honolulu.
DIARIES FOR 1S71.
BT THE MOSES TAYLOR, I SH ALL RE
ceive my usual assortment of
CHOICE DIARIES P0R 1871 ! !!
Comprising all the various sites and patterns, J, 2 and 3 day
to a page, in plain and costly biddings,
FROM 50 CENTS TO f.5.00 EACH.
Besides the usual assortment of Pocket Diaries, I shall have
Lett's ( London) Office Diaries. 8 days to a page,
. Elmer's Physicians Diaries and Visiting List,
Long and Quarto Office Diaries, . , ; V
- Cap Office Diariea. . .v. '
No one should be without one of these useful remembrances,
which often save to tbe purchaser more than the cost.-' -
oil 1" For Sale by il. M. WHITNEY.
'MORE 'NE17 SQODS
TO ABRIVB EX BARK NABOB
ALES AMOSKEAG DENIMS.
I'mi Whti. fVxtnB nj
i uam. iuqja uaober Hose.; -Cases
Cases Hunt's Handled Axes,
Cases Charcoal Irons,
Cases McMurray's Oysters,
:. I -' Kscs HaJtoeter feonde salnb.. ' !
Barrels Turk's Island Salt, ate., etc
CASES ,0 F; : LAD IES GAITERS !
Dalmoral9, Kid Slippers.
Cases Ttlen's Boots and Shoes.
. i O i '! i l l U' ' l-k-t"i.iA'
IN GREAT YARIETY.
AXD SOOr EXPECTED TU PASAHA
AN ENDLESS YARIETY OF
New and Desirable Goods !
SELECTED WITH THE
Greatest Care Expressly' for this Harket.
' , r. -arcn as- ,r:-
D RY GOODS,
i "SLK? Wd'ofEN A Jrl! 'COTTON l'i
b RESS GOODS!
I - - - - .
or Stxly to Arrive
nlftfe' - ' " By THEOO. C. HEl'CK.
Poptjlatiox of Cauforkxa. By the ofBcial state
ment of tbe population of California, furnished by
the- U. S.; Marshal, tbe, grand total for tbe atate,
census of 1870, was 656,613, showing an increase
since 1860 of 176,619. San Francisco county has
150,272 inhabitants, against 66,802 in 1860 an in
crease of 93,470. , , ,
Election. At the regular . monthly meeting of
Pacific Hose Company, No. 1, held at their rooms
on Monday evening last, the following gentlemen
were elected officers for the ensuing term : Foreman,
W. E. Castle ; Assistant Foreman, Thomas Tannatt ;
(Secretary, J. SL Oat, Jr. ; Treasurer, C, A. Castle
Delegate, J. H. Black.
Poor Old HoRgE. On Sunday, a poor old worn
out horse, deserted by his owner, laid himself down
in Kukui street to die.. Information, having been
laid at the Station-house, a policeman, with a cart
and several assistants, proceeded to tale the animal
away. Before doing this, however, one of the party
cruelly blew out tbe poor animal's brains, with a
small hammer, after which the carcass was removed.
Sunday Gamblers. Last Sunday, . information
was given to the police that a party of natives were
engaged in card-playing in a house at Kamakelv- 'As
the police approached the house' two of the players
ran off, doubtless carrying the cards with them,
and as no evidence could be found aa to what had
been going on, no arrests were made. ' The house is
so situated that anyone approaching it can be seen
some distance off. There waa no doubt aa to the
card-playing,, but legal proof was lacking.
He did hano Himself. The " attempted auicide '
reported last Saturday, came nearer the accomplish
ment of his purpose than we were first informed. He
not only got his neck into the noose which was
artistically made but had swung ' himself off whoa
discovered. It was some minutes before be breathed
after being taken down. The cause appears to have
been desertion by hia wife, so that there was a
woman in it, as we had supposed. The man's name
is W. J. Kaulia, formerly a member of the Legisla
ture from Kan. "
FoRTirTiNO. Seeing two twenty-four ' pounder
cannon lying in front of the new Post-office build
ing, a stranger inquired what they were intended
for. He was gravely informed that they were for
'the use of the Postmaster-General, to announce the
arrival and departure of the mails. One to be fired
ten ' minutes before the opening of the general de
livery and tbe other, ten minutes before the closing
of the office. The stranger walked away musing on
the queer customs of Hawaii nei, never dreaming
that the old guns were intended for corner posts.
Longevity: in New, York. Ia a late number of
the New York Daily Herald, under the appropriate
heading, we note the record of nine persons deceased,
from the second to the sixth of November, whose
ages were as follows : 81, 98, 81, 82, 88, 72, 74, 72,
82, an average of eighty years. ' It is remarkable
that these venerable people, as if by previous con
cert, all took their departure from the scenes of their
earthly sojourn within ,four daya of each other.
These octogenarians must have been people of regular
habits and contented minds. -: ..
Cold Weather. Last Saturday p. m. the wind
came out strong from the northward, and blew very
strongly up to Sunday night. The air was cool and
bracing so very cool in fact, that many, especially
old residents, complained of the' cold,' and thick
jackets were in requisition, while cold baths were at
a discount. It was good sleeping weather however,
and, rare- thing in Honolulu, blankets were lag
ged out of their hiding places. Mosquitoes ceased to
bugs and hid their diminished beads. On Sunday
morning at 5 o'clock, the thermometer stood at bare
ly 64, and did not reach 70 daring tbe day. -
Arithmetical Problems. Tbe examination of
the common schools supported by government, which
takes place thia week, has collected together quite a
number of school masters, and they have been try
ing to pose one another in arithmetic. The discus
sions have been carried on in the streets, attracting
crowds of idlers, "who express their approbation of
the best hand at figures by loud shouts. Some rather
abstruse problems were, presented the Hawaiians
have naturally a taste- for mathematics bat some
also that were sufficiently ridiculous. Here is one
that was propounded yesterday in front' of our office
If an Admiral is six feet high, and his sword three
feet long, what will be the height of his cocked hat?
Miss Maggie Kkioht. We had the pleasure, on
Monday evening last, of seeing and bearing thia
petite actress at the Hawaiian Theatre. She is a wee
little young lady, not scarcely yet in her teens,' we
should Bay, but brim full of talent, Her voice
though that ef a juvenile, is well modulated, and
with culture will develop wonderfully, while she
sings with all the spirit and sparkling vivacity of
youth. Her 44 My Johnnie was a shoemaker,,' and
44 Finnegan's Wake," both in character, were ad
mirably done, while her dancing of the Sailor's
Hornpipe was quite equal to any previous represent
ation we have ever seen. She was received with
rapturous applause, (we were sorry to observe but a
slim house) and we prophesy that she will become a
favorite with our Uonoluluana. Frank Jones, the
truly inimitable negro delineator and comedian, aa
he always does, kept the audience in a broad grin
whenever be showed hia own ivories. A good bill is
presented for this evening. Miss Maggie Knight's
benefit will take place on Monday evening next, and
we bespeak for her a full house.
Mis. Blanchnrd, rect-nlly appointed a justice of
the peace in Maine, i calh'tl. in her touimiit)U,
44 Inez A. Blanchard. Esquire."
An Ohio gentleman interested in the reform drrs
movement, is. willing to undertake tb4 task T
cutting loose the corset-strings of 150.000 T
American women. He desires also, be nay. : -o
free women from the bondage of MHticosts.
Building a Pacitic railroad would be nothing to
Tbe first French flag captured by the German",
was taken by a Jew from Berlin. A banker of
that city bad oflored a prize of one thousand
louisdor for this achievement, and so our Jew
hastened to that town and got bin money, inn
Israelites of Beiiiu Ml considerably mummi
ma ..-., i,ft nf one of their own niwr.
. . . .. .
at which be
Cuba not for Sale.
A great deal has been said and written regard
ing tbe sale of Cuba to tbe United States. Many
persons believe from tbe course pursued by the
administration that some negotiations were going
on looking to a transfer of the island. At last we
have something definite on tbe subject. The Min
ister .of the Colonies, or at least, bis organ, tbe
Correspondencia, of Madrid, says that the Spanish
people would not permit the sale of the island to
the United States on any terms. Now that we
know bow matters stand, and that the only hope
for the Cubans- is for them to fight it out, we
trust the administration will see tbey bare fair
play. Give the Cubans this at least. .The ad
ministration possibly thought it might be able to
effect a bargain, but now that we know, bow tbe
Spanish people feel about tbe "matter we hope no
obstacle will be placed in tbe waj of tbe Cubans
in their struggle for independence. N. Y. Herald.
The Treaty of 1856.
" " " aMsssassa "
The following- is a synopsis of tbe principal
points of interest in tbe Treaty negotiated at the
peace of 1856; Of course the articles referring
to the Black Sea, are those which Russia is most
desirous of having abrogated : " " - " f
Article 9. Mentions that the Sultan ftTant re
forms in regard to his Christian subjects.
Art. 11. ;xlie lilac Ic sea is neutralized, while
open to the mercantile marine or all nations, its
waters and ports are formally and in perpetuity in
terdicted to vessels of war, whether belonging to na
tions having territory, bodering on it, or otherwise.
'Art., 12. This article prescribes that all regula
tions respecting trade in the B lack Sea shall be con
ceived in a spirit favorable to the development of
commercial transactions. -
Art, 13. The Black Sea being neutralised. by .
foregoing provision, Russia and Turkey engage
neither to construct nor maintain any naval or mili
tary arsenal upon its coast
Arts. 20 and 21 concede a portion of Russian ter
ritory, to be annexed to tbe principality of Moldavia.
' Art. 22. The principalities of Wallachia and Mol
davia are to enjoy under the suzerainty of the porte,
and under the guarantee of the contracting powers,
tbe privileges and immunities of which they are in
possession. ' No exclusive protection shall be exercised
over them by any of ' the guaranteeing powers.
There shall be no private right of interference in
.Art 28. The sublime porte guarantees, to the
aforesaid pricipalities an independent and national
administration, as well as full liberty of worship,
legislation, commerce and navigation.
Art.- 28. The principality of Servia will continue
to be dependent upon the sublime porte and subject
to stipulations nearly similar to those named for the
Art. 80. Russia and Turkey are to retain in the
full integrity their possessions in Asia, to the same
extent as before the war. Commissioners are to be
appointed to settle the boundaries. '
Supreme Court. Yesterday the ease of The King
vs. ' Peavy,' indicted for vending spirituous liquors
without a license, was tried before Chief Justice
Allen. The testimony was much the same as that
adduced before the Police Magistrate on the prelimi
nary examination. The jury returned a verdict of
guilty, one juror dissenting. ' Deputy Attorney
General F. II. Harris for the Crown ; Mr. R. IL
Stanley for the prisoner. 1
In the case of William H. Davis vs. C. Brewer, for
the possession of a certain lot of land in Honolulu,
the Court, on motion of defendant's Counsel, granted
a non-suit Mr. Henry Thompson for plaintiff ; Mr.
A. F. J odd for defendant i - - -.
The . Court adjourned nnti) to-morrow morning at
Aggravated Assault. Last Monday afternoon,
as the .VcUt'e Merrill was preparing to sail for
Lahaina, several of the crew, who were drunk, got
into a fight, and Captain Crane, the master, under
took -to quell the disturbance. One of the men, a
Tahitian, turned upon tbe Captain, and Applying an
offensive epithet, struck him a severe blow on the
cheek. They clinched, and in the struggle, both
went over the side into the water. There the man
had decidedly the advantage over tbe master, who
could not swim, and he was repeatedly forced under
the water, the sailor evidently- intending to drown
him. A ' young Hawaiian employed : at Brewer 'A
Co.S, seeing the desperate" situation a -the Captain,
plunged in, just as he stood, boots and all on, and
rescued the almost drowned man from the clutches
of the would-be murderer. . The latter was arrested,;
and yesterday morning tried for an assault, the
evidence fully ' corroborating the forgoing statement.
The Magistrate reserved sentence until this morning,
remarking in the meantime, that it was a case o
most aggravated -assaalt. and that' he regretted that ,
the law under which the oomDlaint was broazht did'
not' provide an adequate pantshinent fott the oSense. J
Had it- not been for .the timely interference of the ,
wAnnj II.. mii u.n .It. nmvin., wnnlil rlrnnhrljMi. Tn.w. '
been arraigned on a 'charge of murder, instead of
on of an assault. .,' , :. " . V-..,h
Atlantic Terminus of the South
ern Pacific Rail Road.
In the New York Stockliolder and Mining and
Railway Record, of a late issue, we find a lengthy
and interesting communication from Col. XL
Hurlbert, General Superintendent of tbe Bruns
wick and Albany Railroad, which", starting from
Brunswick on the eeacoast of Georgia with its
connections, runs westward through tbe States of
Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. Tbe object
of tbe communication is to set forth the advatages
which the city of Brunswick offers as tbe eastern
terminus of the Southern Pacific Railroad, soon
to be built, and of which Son Diego will be the
terminus on the Pacific side.
Brunswick is laid out on a peninsula or tongue
of land, bounded on the east and south by St.
Simon's Sound and Oglethorpe Bay, and' on ' tbe
west by Turtle River. It has a water frontage
of ten or more miles, with from sixteen to . forty
feet water at the wharves. The harbor is well
sheltered and capacious enough for the accommo
dation of a commerce of equal magnitude with
that of any other port in tbe world. The olimate
is represented as peculiarly salubrious, tide water
flowing on each side of the peninsula, and there
being no fresh water ponds to produce miasmstio
exhalations, and an entire exemption from all
local causes of sickness.
The distance from New York to San Diego, via
Kansas'city and the 35th parallel, the shortest
attainable between tbe two cities, is 2,927 miles,
The shortest line between .Brunswick and San
Diego, 33d parallel, is 2,170 miles, showing an
odvantago in favor of tbe latter route of 757 miles.
Tbe Brunswick and Albany Railroad, and its
direct westerly connection, crosses the Cotton
Belt of the world. These and two new lines, and
others that ramify the entire cotton region, mak
ing in all an aggregate of 1,300 miles of railway,
have tributary to them a country which produced
over one million seven hundred thousand bales of
cotton (4001bs. each) in 1860, or almost one-third
of tbe crop of that year. . . !
All these facts demonstrate that Brunswick is
without a superior on the eastern coast lise of
the United States, and point her out as tbe
Atlantic terminus of ocean-steam and Southern
Trans-continental Rail communication between
China, Japan and the East Indies, and the United
States and Europe. . A great future is in store
for those twon6w obscure porta San Diego on
the Pacific and Brunswick on the Atlantic and
at tbe rate at which the world mores in these
days, that futore is near at band.
A Useful- RKQEirr. The. Scientific American
saya: The unpleasant odor, produced byySMraii-
tlon is frequently j subject- of vexation ta pets as.
who are subject to it Nothing is simpler than to
remove this odor much mure effectaalfy thaa by
tbe application of . Mth .unguents sod perfumes a
arenoW "in nse." It Is 6n1y neBsary to procAtd
some compound -spirits' of "amaaofeia aoa" place
about two teaonnrais in; w basbv -ef w.tsrcsb-,
ing the face, "ban daaud arms wla'tLis leaves'ths
skin as clean, neat and frea' as one could wish.
Tbe Rsb u feeryf. baraaiewi as ft f ryebftapy ,It U
recommended oa'thg, autbority'of an ' experienced
physician, and it, ought to b tried at least by all
those, whose, -peraoaar ars so oSTeasire la this re
spect,',4 ' ' '
SEkrso is Diksivixq, Here is a row of ordinary
tPItal letters and fleures : ,
iiw' x xj -SS3SXXXXZZZ23333888S 3
Tbey are such aa are made of two parts of equal
84tape. Look carefully at these, and you will per
feeive that tbe upper halve of the characters are a.
very little smaller than the lower halves so little
that so ordinary eye will ' declare them to be of
eonal size. . Now tara the page unidtf do wo, and,
without any carefdl looking' you wilt see that this
difference in sire Is rery much exaggeratedthat
the real top halt of tbe letter is very much smaller
than tbe bottom baJL It will be seen from this
:bat there 4s a tendency -In tb eye to -enlarge the
ippr part of any object upoa which it looks. W
might J(rraw " two eirelea fuBx!tal size, an&atj
plaoe tbfc that tbey should appear equal. '
tbey gave bira a banquet. . w ',
eueeted to relate the nmnocr In which the Atttf haJ
been taken. But their entbusUnia
ably abated when he Informed theio that it badiws
been so dangerous a iumn:
-snooks" on the matter with a nc1lfJ
ensign of his acquaintance, who had delivered to
him tbe flag for an even share of the proUts.
A few days ago, the newspapers Pb""bJJtJ
t....i ....Jh h ih Uaannlo Ixnlire of tbe Orient,
of Paria. airaiust Reverend Brother W illim, King
of Prussia, as a traitor to Free Masonry.
VI... ..., r.ntt nf this oiltttioll SO bS
tried as contumacious, and condemned to rxcom
nmnication. In connection with this. M. Victor
Hugo's newspaper, the Jt'tppel. publishes the fol
lowing : 44 Brother William is now out of the rale
ot the law. All . Free Masons are authorized to
assault bitn and to Inflict upon him capital punish
ment It remains to be seeu bow tbe sentence will
be carried out A Free Mason, In whose preaeuce
a doubt was expressed as to the seriousness of
such a condemnation, replied. 4 Do not laHgh ; the
sentence ef tbe Masonic tribunal is of such
dreadful nature that Bonaparte undertook tha
Italian war solely to retrieve himself frotn tba
excommunication pronounced against blm by toe
Lodges of Naples and Milan. PUnori aud Oraini
were Free Masons.' " .., . ;
How She Cured Him. A story is told of a dti
sen of Danbury who was broken of the wretched
habit of swearing in a novel manner. He was ma
inveterate curser and grumbler. At every meal
be neglected a blessing, and swore at everything
from the gravy to the teapot His oaths discol
ored the napkins, soured the bread and curdled
tbe milk. His wife, a woman ' who evidently be
lieved the bair of the dog ' would cure the bite,
stood thiB unseemly conduct 44 until forbearance
ceased to be a virtue." One morning be waa un
usually cross and profane, and was about to take
a fresh start at somcthiug else, when bis wife sud
denly broke out with a series of damns that made
the old gentleman get up and leave the chair aa
though some one had(lntroduced a pin between tbe
canes. As soon as she ceased, be bieath)essly re
triarked : ' Well, I swear , if it has get so yoa can
swear, it is time I quit'.' ( And be did.
Hindoo Fanatics. I have seen some who bad
stood on one leg for years, while others engage
the sympathy and extort the charity of many by
holding true arm erect -overhead until in tine the
flesh withers aud the bones set in that position., Aj
few I have 'met who', firmly clenching one 'hand,
have kept.it -dosed .until tbe pails., bars grown
right through the palm to the other side ; and It is
Well known that many have traveled th whole
extent of land from the Himalaya to Cape Cor-1
moriu, measuring their bodies as they went Also,
there is Cbauih Puju, or hook worship, Ja which
the tlvvotee' allows a steel book to be passed
through . the muscles of bia back, and in tbU man
mer is suspended from a machine like-a wind-mill,
to one of tbe arms of wbipb the victim is attached.
On4 their great feast days they 'can be seea'-tbas
whirling round and round, and looking all tbe
time as pleased as if they really enjoyed their ride.
All this is done with a devotion 'worthy of A better
cause. - Soldiering in Sunshine and Slum. , ... ,
J The Grade or Admiral. Tbe debate and vots
in the House on tbe bill to abolish the grade of Ad
miral of tbe U. S. Navy, shows that that body, at
least, bas a correct view. of the question. One of
Vice-Admiral Porter's friends was Indiscreet
enough to lug into the debate some reference to the
foolish letter which he had written, as though that
bad any bearing whatever in the case. .The fact Is
that a very genera expression of desire that the
rank should be abolished was made, souu after
Fai ragut's death, and long before Porter's relations
to the President were disturbed. Very lately, bow
ever, this proposition found many advocates on a
count' of the active hostility which Porter has
succeeded in engendering against himself by bis
scandalous and tyrannical degradation of the staff
officers of the navy ; be bas fancied that be owned
tbe entire establishment, and his conduct toward
most of the officers, both in staff and line, from
Farragut down, has been unkiad and harsh. If he
misses the position of Admiral now, be may thank bis
own Imperiousfless Tor bis disappointment, as mncli
as bis childish letter to Secretary Welles. Alia.
How Uable xsaws is transmitted. Those unac
quainted with tbe method of transmitting news1
across the ocean by cable will be interested to
learn of its nature. A man sits in a darkened room
at Heart's Content, where, the ocean cable tcrmi
nates, and a fine wire attached thereto is made toi
surround two small cores of soft Iron. As tW
electric wave, produced by a few pieces of copper'
and zinc at Valentia, pass through the wire, the'
cores become magnetic enough to move the slight-'
est object A looking-glass, half an inch in diame
ter, is fixed on a bar of iron one-tenth of an lush
square and half an inch long. On this tiny glass1
lamp is made to glare nn that Its light is reflected
on a tablet on tbe wall. Tbe language of tbe cable
is denoted by the shifting of this reflected light
from side to side. Letter by letter Is thus expressed
in this fitting Idiom in utter silence on tbe wall.
There is no record made by tbe machine, except as
tbe patient watcher calls out to a comrade the
translated flashes as they come, and which be
records. It seems a miracle of patience. There is
something of awe creeps over us as we see tbivA
dence of a human touch 3,000 miles away, swaying
that line of light By each a delicate process as
this, and after being repeated from line to line, flva
times before its ultimate copy is in New York, u
all our news received, and we can hardly imagine
the. patience which bas stood the teat of some of
the long war dispatches sent over to tbe enterpris
ing daily newspapers.
Future or Naval Prussia. Tbe Pali Mall Otis'
eile remarks : Those wbo believe with Mr. Glad
stone that maritime supremacy bas become 4 tbe
indefectible inheritance of England,' and that there
is no thought abroad of -disturbing us wllhia our
providential 4 streak of silver sea,' will do well to
ponder an article lately published In the Zcilu.no
far Nord DeutsctJand, the organ of Uerr von Beo-
nigsen, one oi toe leaders or tbe majority lu tbe
North German' Bund. 4 In England aaya this
article 'people look with philosophic calmness oa
the struggles of continental nation u They be
lieve they are in no danger of Invasion, "
Germany not being a naval power. But let them
not forget that we are well aware of our weakness
ou the sea. and that we are striving with the ut
most eagsrness to remedy this defect'-. . The writer
then argues that there is nothing to prevent Ger
many from making ber fleet equal to tbat of any
other l'ower to a few years, and proceeds as fol
lows : 4 In 1864 Alaen was no . obstacle to the pro
gress of our victorious army : and tha time will
come when neither the North Sea nor tbe British
Channel will stop ns. On a German sea, near the
mouth of two German risers, lies a German island,
(Heligoland,) . which was torn from as by force
in tbe days of our weakness ; and its possessor is
that same England which now wishes to prevent
us from, recovering what was ours on tins Rhine.
We must recover that piece of German (found too.
That its possession Is of great importaoos to as has
been shown by the present war. V Heligoland
had belonged to os, tbe French flaet could not
have found a shelter or pilots to lead it into the
harbors of tbe North Sea.' " .
"Come and See Me.' Never take 'come and
see me," as a phrase toeant In earnest unless It is
accompanied with a date.' An Invitation without
44 circumstance " is no, invibation at all. Depend
upon It; if any gentfcfnan r lady desires your
company, be or she will 'appoint a time for your
visit1 Oatfbn jbe" when yon can jidaks It convex
nient," 44 drop In Aa you are passing4," 44 soaks ns
visit vbensver vou'IuiVa' anhAaffA-r two ta snare."
are.tocial md0rdtiaraajr-y which men of. the. world.,
nndeisuid -that tbfi.ar fxpcted to -dp tbe
thing requested. W ban people wish to be cheaply
'TBUt; Ur-is adthing like this kind of vaguenras
jTbe AwHaplimentary small change of society should
always be taken at a large discount It ia never
worth its face, or anything like it Yet, it is a con
venient medium of exchange for all that", and heavy,
debts of gratitude that ought to be requKed In
better coin, are, often paid with it. . People
have more riollsh than principle use' it lavishly '
plain, blunt, bynest meu sparingly or not at all.
Whoever makes a frindly visit to a fasbloafcbte ,
bouse oa the strength of a" mere 44 come and see,
me," will be likely enough to find tbat the family,
circle which b bas dropped into by request Is as
ungenial as the. Arotio circle, and to leave k wkn
a chilly feHfng about the heart that will prevent
him from venturing into tbe same high latitude
thrreafUr.. But when a whoie-aonled teiiaw, vrhrw
you know fo be your friend, grasps you vigorously
by the hand aad says "Come aad dins witts me
tLrlnV-ldlnner on the table" at ft o'clock b aura
to-daV-dlaner on the table"
to come, we shall expect you " ff o " you -can
and yoa will be all the better for It both la mind1
and body. . Ooe likes to Bt frUns at tbe boar.it
at!e boa:d oa?' 00 or tb-'ira. ir miiwer. rt
whicb--t tod la tbe street fs a!i ."icteut tr-jm
a fa.L!.oaabI aqu5;jwx-e. t. . .