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JEO. A. LLOVD & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
STDSET, SEW SOCTH WALE3.
Jets fr the Cats wall fire JL Sarine lasaraaee C.
t. A. Schaefer Co.
Meotviry A Co.....
B. . Llojd t Co
J ttenrze lard, Lombard 8. London
ro4 fca :
& CO., ,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
KU. 33 WALL ST4 KKW YORK.
' i . ...
YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
noSIKKT, ZEPHYR WOOL, At, Ac -
TTAVIXfJ RESIDENT BUYERS IV THE
. iui.f nviriTlnV I- kjt aiui ia tAuufjr, aud Lxing iu direct communication
BEIXC IV DIRECT COM MUNI C"0 ! wi the manofactore.; we are enabled to eet Good, on the
w.tb Manofaetorers umnug ne,oaled laoltuea fcr terai
A WEEK IN WASHINGTON.
-a . -
:lIONOLCLC, itlttrCQ 2ttD,:404 1.
7b tte Editor' of Che Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
Tbe accompanying most interesting letter was
written for the columns of the Friend, bat
unfortunately it was received too late for insertion
in the April number. It ia at your disposal, as I
should hardly feel justified in delaying its publi
cation until my next issue. -
Yours, ' Editor of the Friend.
we were to dine. ' Through the kindness of Dr.
Parker and 1 Mr; A Word, we - enjoyed jaany rare
pleasures in Washington, and among the rest,
was that of being presented to the President.
Dr. Parker lives near the White House, and is
extensively and favorably known, for his public
services in China. lie had arranged to bring us
three Sarh was with us) to the White House
at a certain hour, which he did. The President
received us with a cordial shake of the hand, and
-we had a few words with that man of few words,
who ' foots more than he says. He told - Dr.
Parker that his wife was to have a reception ino
for Sale in Quantities to Suit,
WHALE; AND S PER Nil O I L
i fcr; II, HACK'!-"
JUST ' RECEIVED !'
next day, when we could be Panted td Let j .TT Q1'JQ- ,T3aU Mm
We took our leave, as we wiwreu yy O.XCU V V OiiXCUiX tllik-xxM' .u.s)
IT are prepared It fiU Orders for Goods on the
Shortest poMJfeto notice, o the most laeoraNe ten.
. x aros.
V. K. LBTSB1DOS
A. r. iritrrr,
219 Front A- Ban frsoeiaoa.
LE VEEIDGE, WAD HAMS & CO.. t
SUCCESSORS TO H. G. SXEATI1.) i
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
. . Coast, and we Inrite the
Especial attention of Honolulu Merchants
to an examination of the same. '
Particular attention given t Ordiri.
TOBiy, DAVISSON A CO.
Corner gntter A Saturnine Street, '
o"-- Saa Franrixr. Cala.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants. I ENGLISH GOODS!
Partiralar Attfitle" palo ts rsalamfats f
ol Saaawleh IdaaJ Pradoce. ' ly
II. V. SCVERAXCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
405 F-oht Street, corner of Clay St., San Francisco.
JANION, RHODES & CO.,
(PER MAIL 8TKAMICH)
D. NICHOLSON & CO.,
Silk, Woolen & Manchester Warehousemen
(Wholesale and Retail)
India, Colonial and Foreign Outfitters, .
30 TO 32 ST. PAUL'S CIICRCnFARD.
(Corner a Lliftps'.dc.) London.
TWITE THE ATTK.MIOS OF FAMILIES
residiog aLtoad, in their Illustrated ia page cmidk"
Victoria, VaaeaiTcra lalaaa.
X . B. Particular attention paid to consignment orSandwich
Victoria. V. I January 1,12. .-3 ly
W. K. LEVKRIDG:,
A. P. EKKkTT.
LE VEEIDGE, EVEBETT & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission Slcrcliants !
31 S rROST STREET, CORNER COMMERCIAL,
prtiTar attention raid to Cun.iffnaenU of Island Prod nee.
can people. We arrived last evening, and louna
Mr. and. Mrs. Alvqrd at the station waiting to
take us to their home. Those of us who followed
the war through its darkest phases, will remember
how' Mr. Alvord followed the soldiers with food
for bodj and soul, and never darted them,
under anj circumstances. And those of us who
have watched the fate of the freed negroes; know
with what devotion he has sought their interests
up to the present moment.'. He is now President
of the " National Freeduien's Savings and Trust
Company." There are those who doubt whether
the negro is capable of progress, or of adequate
self-support. It may reassure such to know inai
the savings of the colored people who avail them
selves of the "advantages of this and the Tarious
Branch Banks throughout the country, not un
frequently foot up to $40,000 in a single day.
This morning being a very fine one, it was
thought best to make sure of a visit to the
Capitol. Our view of it from the railway station
lnir. fivpnini?. was not imposing. We 6aw it
through a vista of poor buildings, and over a
road of deep clay mud. It reminded us of that
"jewel" which Solomon speaks of. But this
morning we approached it through Pennsylvania
Avenue which made all t!.o difference in the
world, i We not only saw the dome,, which is
seen everywhere in the city, but the immense
pile of white marble on which it rests ; and the
beautiful trees, and ground which redeem the
whole from the rawness of the other view. Our
visit commenced with the pictures, and other
Machine or Ih City or IiMtin. , . . . .
; Foreij: a Produce dupuasd of for UommiMion ol ZJ per cent, j oojccuj oi luierceb iu iuo hbi. circular room
j Prce lui pot free. riCHOLSOS i Co ' beneath the dome, and extended to other rooms,
50.31 an.i52 8t. p.oia tharchyard, London. Rn(j pictnrcs, and statues, and wonders. At
. . WAsniKCTOx, February 25th, 1871.
Here we are in this Mecca of the great Amen- j hand, and left the President to his writing.
' i eonuioin full particulari a to Woolen, hilk and Cottiin Gooda
Commission ITIcrcliaiits, "?y?r:,Hi?,- nmmli c,.rCT.
I Ladies Clathia, Liaeait, IJeaiery', blarea,
i Ribbon-, iiabcrdaaery. Jewellery, fcc. i
I Cntractiirs for Military and Police AceontrcinenU-
i Uooschold Pornlture, Maaical Intraireot, I rocmongpry ,
, fire ana. Agricultural Implement, Catiery, Carriage,
1 Sudlery aad llarnrss, Bo"t and shoe, Winea.
Alea. Bt, J-reserfl f rorjsioas, tatiooeryi
! Cooler, Toys, Ac, Ac.
Shi-.peJ at Lowet Export Pricea.
f ci r,.r t he W.rifr" and the Britannia" Sewin
and btlaoce araiot Bii a of Lading.
BAURO.-V & AUSTIIY,
Merchants & General Commission Agents, ,
EVDXET, N. 8. TT.
XT A frneral aaaortment of bip Chandlery, Shipa' Store j
aai all kind o" B baling Gear on hnd.
XT Order (applied m the ihortest ootict and lowest rate, i
XT Whaler' Bills nf Exchange negotiated a the motfTor- !
able terms. "34 ly ,
t. c. naaartt. joms a caaccas
J. C. MERRILL & Co., j
Commission Merchants and Auctioneers,
204 and 206 California Street,
S XsX FRAiaaiSCO.
ALSO. AQE5T3 Ot THE
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Particolarattentiop given to the sale and parahasa ol rner
rhaadiae, ship' busineas, saptntog whalestupa, negotiatinf
CT A 11 freicht arriTing at Saa Fraaciaco, by or to the IIo
BlaJa Line of Packets, vOl be forwarded rasa or ooaanssioa.
XT Exchange on Honolulu boagbt sod sold. XX
M rs. C. L. Richards A Co. ..... ............ ....ITonoIulu
- H. Uackfebl Co
C. Brewer A Co w
BUhjp A Co
Dr. R. W. Wood f,
II 00. K. H- Allen
D. C. Watensan, E "
J length we made our way to the House of Eepre-
scntatives. The bills before the House were on
j appropriatijns, and not very exciting." But we
j saw the Honorable members in their seats saw
them Tise and speak but the sovereign people in
' the galleries talked, laughed, and made so much
j noise generally that we heard but little. "
PFRIftlilfllj '-WW EW8 AfiEYfV ! I berTlere w!
m. mm aaa v aa aj mm m mm a mj Am v mm a, V M.
j STEAM IN THEPACIFJC!
and his eigar, both of which he laid down, as we
entered t.'ie door. . .' ' .
On Tuesday we were much gratitiea Dy receiv
li from n. rciitleman once well known at
the islands as Purser Bridge, lie deserves 10 oe
remembered there still; for are you not eating the
fruit of the Roe Apple and Alligator pear trees
which he introduced to the islanas 1 lie nas
since held high positions of trust under the gov
ernment, and has the rare reputation of a thor
oughly honest man. He brought his wife with
bim. Thev both feel much interest in the ishuids.
Tn the nftM-noon we went to the Patent Office
and saw its immensity, and that was about all, j
if I except the glass enclosures wuicu coniaiu me
relics br Washington his military "chest, tent,
deerskin tights'; coat; e word curtains " embroid
ered by Martha Washington " presents .from
distinguished ladies in France, 46c. If any one
wishes S know at a glance the difl'erence between
the, present and the past wishes to see the
progress of art and luxury ' in social .life during
the last' hundred years, without the trouble of
reading up, let him come to the glass etalla which
contain the. relics of President . Washington's
then elegant home.
.' (Concluded1 next week.) "
FROM LOXDOIV !
ITIIN'Ji: A S S O RTM E'Nt
DRY GOODS CLOTHING,
DLANKETS, ! FiIaNNELS, K
IIOSIEEIX, ' FAiCY GOODS,
P E TI F TJ M S RY, -
LIQUORS, WINES, ALE, &c, &c.
ARRIVAL OF THE KA KOI FR0L1 LOfo
piciui : mi b
IS ' THE m TO :
FROM AT1E 'ASSORTIfiliXT JUST OPEviTr"
;:; iiviL . ... , ..
SUITABLE FOR ".
ri hmtatiamc , ni a pt-p a nrirk .in . I i"
r j-h 11 1 ii 1 1 u 1 1 o 1 r iaA 11 1 a 1 1 u 11 a 1 1 u I A) U li TR Y S
IlOUSCIIOIn AlVIf FA.7II14V SUPPf
.jol3. to too
CASTLE & COOK
r Wc Don't Hfcan to be Ilcalen. T
Groceries. Hardware- Stationery- r
af w. wAj.wxa -rX'UUllCrjr
Samples are uove ready for irispection at Le Store of
n. HACKFEI.D-& coy
. In Seville, which is popularly beirered 16 be In
Spain, there is in use a most felicitous invention
in the.way.ofmaking love clandestinely.'. Afcer
dark, young cabellcros steal beneath their lady's
lattioe, which, perhaps, is in the third story and
softly unscrewing the handle of their walking
sticks, proceed to extract from' the same, which I
are hollow, length af ter length of hollow tubing, j
screwing them together after the fashion of a j
Japanese fibbing pole, or the oid apparatus where
with sweeps clean chimneys. A mouth-piece is
fitted into each end and one raised to the window
above. Soon by the aid of this improvisioncd j
speaking tube, two souls with a certain unanimity '
of thought, and two hearts with a possible unieon !
of pulsation are softly communing. . 1
...Now this is all very nice, seductively romantic j
and ail tuat sort ot thing, but mark what the
knowledge of it brought to a certain youth of I SHIPPING AND LOCAL REQUIREMENTS !
Baltimore. He had read of it, or heard of it, j .
and happening to have a surreptitious affection COMPRISING:
for a young and wealthy lady, which she as sur- !. . .". - -
remitioueiv reciDrocated. he determined with hor 1 sTOTTO AXD HEMP" DCCK, FROM O
r ' . a j t in
connivance to avail himself of it. Hs got a tin
A. W. PEIRGE & GO.
OFFER FOR SILL A
m ERCH Am d'i SE !
Paints & Oils. TixiiSS: Hollow
xron and Steel, " Fancy 'Grl
S. O C ME5 3E5. S ES S3 !
:J J 1
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT Of HPICE3 IV TIIK COCSTRT:
Condeoae.1 M.U, TabW aod I.iry h-U, Vert 1'. wdcrs, CorilMarc
FIXEST FLAVORrXO EXTKACTi. Letaoa. Vaanlia, Peach, Celery;
frnii. a BlMekwelfa finoat lcklea. Pi Praila. Jama and Solium. Para iwii. a. -n. n.i a
. - " - ' - 1 - ' V IMtra J u at V4B ) , . I
Pure Old itrowo Windsor CbemicaJ tomp.bf aoi Xaaioca, Carb. Hula aud Cream fartar, o , C, Ae a J, ,
! For ths NortH Pacific.
KAVIXG BEEN FOR T WEXTF YEARS
establubed in Ibia Cllr as Airnt for the leading Amen
I Can aud Eareaii
j Magazines & Newspapers,
; And ecj.yiiit U.e best facilities for supplying Subscrib
ers at the Lowest Possible Cost,
) Tbe Codersifned solicits the continuance of the patrona-e -of
j bis frieoda and patrons, who will be aerred with promptness
! and entire ti,ictin, even in tbe snuillest matters.
AstheSrt'.V LINE to now established, eonneetiag Ho
nolulu with San Pranciaco and the Colonies monthly
Xew York, London and iatraliaa Poblicatioos
Will be famished to Subscriter9
Within Tea ia Twenty Uayai fraua the Dar
f tu blicnliou 2
Aod at prices lhat barely corer the cost of subscription aud
postage thrreoa. .
Papers delivered tree of Postage or other Cltarges
j tn art pan rj 1 he u roup.
Back numbers of the lending Monthlies and Weeklies always
on hand. Piles made op at short notice for M haleaien and
pressed me as being worthy of their high position,
j dignified, : earnest, gentlemanly, even in the
' Senate Chamber,. The colored Senator Revel eat
j directly below us. TVe did rtot bear him speak,
j further than to Bay no, to some of the appropria
j tion measures under consideration. But I saw
j what I believed to be an elegant autograph
album, brought to him by one of the little run
ners (who jumped about the room as thick as
grasshoppers) ' and in which wrote his name.
"We were disappointed when we entered the
Chamber, to find that speaker Colfax was not in
the chair, fiut we listened to. and heard the
! debates on retrenchments heard the votes called
Hemp and Hanila Cordage, all Sizes !
IiKMP A.NO COTTON I WINK,
pipe of the desired length, made by a inner, and
in each end of it, placed for want of a better
moutb-piece a funnel. Delicious conversation
went' ou, he sitting on the top of a water barrel
and she leaning from her window above. They
would converse for hoars, and exchange all the
soft nonsense in the world and then lie would
unship his apparatus, put the fuunels in his
pocket, wrap the pieces up in a newspaper, and . Jib Hanks and Mast nxps,
go home in a state of etherial bliss. The course Sheares, bushed and patent 5
of true love never did run smooth, and one even- j Huok' aud TuiulWe'. Connecting Shackle.,
ing the old gentleman, wuokir.g in the buck j Boat Timbers, stems and sterns !
garden at an unusual hour, saw the young gen- j . .
tleiuan arrive, fir up his apparatus and commence ! - ' BoatBoanla, y .
Epanyarn, Marline, Ilouseline,
, . . . Selling StulT, Cultinc; Fall,
Ii LOCKS OF A LiL SIZES !
Patent, Iron Strapped and Bushed, 3 to IS inches.
his soul-communing operations.
He made up his mind in a minute. He went
into the kitchen and asked for a pitcher of boilin" i
... . . . 1 !
water; and it was rianued to him aud oil he
DRY AND FAN'CY GOODS!
T H E B EST QUAL1TT A.ND FIXEST ASSOltTIEXT OF HKINTS .X 1IIK
Pnnted Marseilles, Piquets, Brilliants, Cashmeres and Twills. Printed Linen. Linen Paul B uffs. Hours
Kobes and furnitures. Psncy Tvenls, Llwn bn ks and Onlls, Buff Linen, fin Broad Clotlta, borskius
Corduroy and Bedford Cord, Fine Navy Wue Twill Flannel, lnle and doubts , '
Fancy Flannels, new styles, for rbiidreo's wear. LIN AN UU018 heetiua, 00 to IU0 Inch, a. Pillow ListiJr-
Cotton tjlicetins;, lresi Liaens, Hollands, Mautle Uoens, llouieMin Linen,
Bleached and l.'nbleached Linen i'.ujaik, flit quality Turvey Red and Blui- IM1.M Damank, 4 Damw v
rlne Damask Napkins, lare variety of patters, Uncn and Cauibrie itamlkerehK fs, lletnsiuclial llaiMlk
Kossia Liaper, very cheap, Russia Crash, Uuckabuck. All wool and O. A W. Water proo! Clotb, Aswwtwi I,ou
H O SI 33R.
A fine assortment of Gent's anJ IVcy'. I.lis', Misses' an l Children's Hose, bleached and anU'eorhed. 4 v
Black Lce Shawls. Sure Shawls, very cheap, bilk et, rancy Ksv A Tics, ColUr, Hois, Y, rtst llamls, , ,
Pearl liuttous. Hook and fcyta, liik Twist, Midland el.irta, ' ' 1
' A fine assortment of Trimming Brilds. Ao. Alaas. Colmrrl. Alpaca Poplin, P trliied Qrenndlnrs, tat
Black ilk of thee-rMtratrd bonnrr maim, ttraw llau for Meo and bnja. ti.irinl V, mA lists, fu
Infant's While LUokets, Wuilts, Heavy rllankets. Lishl and medium, heavy A ftrwvt Bloaclied ft t'lilfgr
A floe assortment of New Mlk Kibboiia, Kiastie Corl. Java Cunvas. fra ttniu-l,
U Uaard'a Needles, frotn 1 to 1 J in papers or ca.'es, Orrs ft AlcN auebt's Cioo Cuttitu from 10 to 100, 1c , Jk " 1
HARD WA. RE,
FINEST CAST ST EL SAWS t Hand. Ripplns;. ftaek, Ompaas. Batcher's. Circular and Pit. Ot i
Drawing, Batcher. Can'. rih and Tabtts Kirlves: ' Spokahavea. Atevehi, Plane Iruua. Ho,uar-, tlaaimersj ,
Giun, Liu, Augers, Uivvlting Hanimerr, Nub'i Flies, fcptnr aad Jackson's t lie, t Ul, Ktn1, lUns, 1
Kasps, llorse Kaps, UabiiHrt Rasps. Copper Tack, fetuue llautmera, eMgs Uau.tiit"u
' . . ' I . thi
Mill, Bastard Files.
Plows, Spades of rtl kinds and prices, Shovels of all lords and prices.
Forks, bases, gcoooa, Uoc. Alattocks, Poks, Hatchets, Meal-knives, Planters Hues, Ac. Ac.
Of fill lollgt 13. S3 $
Rowlocka, ButhJor. Steeruifr Braces, Boat Nails,
Wrought Nails, Cut Nadir, Bivets of all Sixes,
Subscriptions Payable Always in Advance.
j lor, aou saw tnai tue votes ou either side were so j posted up stairs
j uutuj bxjc i.i.7 c.-rciii nuo vtcu uunuu j rgy & Goor lie com
. w cm on 1110 uiemoers to riBe in ineir seats and 1 telling her lover to wait a moment, she came to
: be counted. Ibis appeared to us just as it should the door. ' Nellie, my dear, run up to my room
. Knp. .v " vy. .u. vu nan n uuu r anil rft mf mv tiiMVrm-i 11
Mccracken. Merrill & Co., i
FORWARDING AND !
. AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS
Kew York Weeklv Herald
T. Weekly Tribune.. 5 00 N. Y. Weekly Times.... a Ou
COUTI ISSI( MERCUAATS, n.HTE 1
TKsa KaiST Vnpw 1.Uk A wms. SI
a uw w ui sa. iiioa mm iu w s ar.ca is ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0 ui
. Iortlal, Oregon
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE
sent basines for upwards of seven years, and being
located ia a Are proof brick boildisr. we are prepared to receive
aod datpoae of Iiand Laple. socn as Sorar, Rice, Sr ra pa, Pnln,
Coeea, Ac, to advantajre. Coosisnmenta especially solicited
for ths Ore froa market, to which personal atteution will be paid,
and upon wUch cash advances will be made when required.
- - Sis Faiictsco Sirnnns:
Badger fc Liodeaberrer, . Jas. Patrick ft Co., .
Fred, lkeo, W. T. Colessaa ft Co.,
Stevens, Baker ft Co.
Atlwi ft Leaia. Ladd ft TiMoo. Leooard ft Oreeo
7i . v: Walker ft Allen. ly
The Home Journal.. .... 6 UO, Boston Weekly Advertiser o 00
Scientific Amrican...... 4 00 Boston Weekly True Flag 5 00
Boston Weekly Journal.. 6 OO' The New York Nation... S 0O
The CitUea and Bound Table.
New York Courier des Atat I'nis (French)
New York Weekly Zeitung Oenoan)
New York O Novo Moodo ( Portuguese, illustrated)
Harper's ria'trated Wetkly
i - Baxar
Leslie's " Weekly
i ' ' Zeitong (German)..
i " Chimney Corner................
!' Budget of Fun
Appleton's Illustrated Journal (monthly ports)
Boston Every Saturday (monthly parts)
Hearth and florae (for the family and (arm)
. Ixndoa Illustrated News............................
. " Graphic.. U Iti1on Weekly Punch
! M ISCELLA X EO I'S PAPERS
i Ns of the World, 12 numbers, 2i cents each
! Steamer Itolletin. .....
I The American Agriculturalist (monthly)
lslie's Bndm-t of Fua (monthly)
. Ihe Country Gentleman (weekly)
, Rural iew Yorker (weekly)
1 Arsny aod Navy Journal
j JUVENILE 'PERIODICALS
I Our Youn Folks (monthly) ............. ..........
i The YouUva Coxntianion lviklv
j Deaorest's Yoong America (momhly). ....... ........
j The Chicago Little Corporal (wc-rly)
The Boston Nursery (monthly)
I Merry-a aaseam. (monthly..
Children's Hour (monthly)
j California periodicals
San FrancKoo Weekly PalMin.....
I ; . Alta....
! Sacramento ' . I nion. ...... ... . .
caution against fraud, j Sao "ePific!;;:;;::;;:;:::;;;;:;
The soccesa of this ssost dei-cinoa and unrivalled Condiment I San Francitco Newa Lciter 8 0t;i"lailv Alt Cafiioruia, . .
having caused certain dealers to apply lite name of Worces- Overtad Monthly 5 Ou: Daily Bulletin
terabit latuce' to their own it-fcrior cOfnpoa:da, tie Public Is j . . . , ... . , .
... 8 00
... 8 00
... 8 00
. CELECCBTED .
DECLARED BV CONNOISSECR.S
TO BK TTIK
OTXTXa-Sr GOOZ SATJCB
... 5 00
... A 00
... 6 oo
.. 5 00
.. 3 00
.. 2 60
.. 3 00
.. 4 00
. .. 300
U'uit l apo till rnii
after, we had the rare treat of seeing how he put ! cotne down." She disappeared up staiis, and be I
business through. It seemed easy for his practiced J etole cautiously to the window. Ihe moment he
ear to detect the excess of a single vote on one ! touched the funnel the amorous and unsuspecting i
TulPAltiTS OF ALL KINDS!
. . , LiuaeesJ Oil,
i Kerosene, "Whale and Sperm Oils !
Tar, Bright Tarnish, Pump and Rigging Leather, Copper and
side or tne otner. in no case u,d lie call on the ; youth clapped his mouth to it to resume wuere he BfiErUJ, FLOUR. BttF, PORX, . PICKLES,
members to rise in their seats. , On Uie tnstant i he had broken off " my darlimr. vou can-! - - - " - - - ' - . .
the vote was taken, he called out in clear yet : not imagine how " Just th. thp M ! Reserved iieats. Pie Frcirs. Green Corn.
i rr. ... .. uu? ""i,iue now JUe1 men ine Old Greeu Peas, p:cs, ar.d vam,as other Groceries.
rapid tones " The ayes pippear to have it. Ihe 1 gentleman commenced assiduously filling that 1
ayes have it. Or, " Ihe noes appear to have it. I funnel with hot w:tnr. ami rl ret. nf tv.at r.,T; i Alsn. Branrl's Tninh T.jTirf I
hereby inturmed that the only way to secure tbe genuine, is to
ASK FOR LEA & PERKINS' SAUCE,
d to see that thcif luan are wpua the tc rapper, lab tl,
tpprr aod bnttle.
Some of tbe foreicn markets' having been soppli-d with a
port-hts Worcestershire Sane. apa tlie wrapper aul labels of
wrhieh the names f Lea aod Perrios have been surged, L and
P. live uouem Uat tbey asve f jroiahed their correspoodenta
with power of attorney tu tkc instant proceedirir agtiiat
Mannfartorers an I Vendors of su'h, or any oiher iicitationa
by which tl-?ir right may be infringed.
AA fr LAA ft PJtlBiNS' SaCCB and see Name on Wrap-
ler. LdUd, BotUe. and Scupper. I
Wholesale aud for Export by tbe Proprit"r9. Worcester ; ',
Cross and BlackwetL, London, Ac, Ac; aod by Gners aod (
t).laea staiversany. i
at ly TH EO. H. PAVIKa. Agent, nonolula.
CROSSE & BLACK WALL'S
Celebrated Oilmen's Stores
aCl of superior quality.
PICKLES, SACCE3, STKCPS. ,
JAV5, IXT1N5 AJiDJABS. .
OKAXaB XAEMALADK. .
.TAST FBL'ITS, DKS5KAT FRCITS.
POTTKD MKAT3 AND Flill.
PRESKSYED FBE3H SALMON.
KIPPERED SALM0S AXD I1KRRIXQ3.
- . PICKLED "ALM0X.
FRESH AND LOCIirTSK HERBrXGS.
FRID SOLES. "
,A ' FRESH AND FIXDOX HADDOCKS.
PCRB SALAD OTX. '
EOCP3, FX PITT AND QtJAET TIN3.
' PRESERTF.D MEATS IN TINS,
, . '. PREitRVED HAMS AND CJIKKSE. ,'
PRESERTED BACON a
OXFORD AND CAMBR1DGB HACSAOK. -
TORKJniRE GAMS FATES.
TORKaBIRK PORK FATES.
TONGUES, BRAWN. POCLTRT.
' PIXM FUDDINGS.
At FERRIS 3 WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCK.
New York Independent (Conpreeational ortran) ....
Christian Union (II. W. Beev-her's pair).. .. .;.
Chicago Advance (Corgrepa'.iimal). . :
Bustun ConnefrationalHt.... ........ ........
New York observer (Presbyterian)..'.
KvaDgt liat, , , , .....i. ..........
T Met (Catholic).
Boston I'itat (Catfauiie) . .' .'. . . i
LONDON PAPERS '
London Illustrated Kews. 14 ou London Kxairdner. .
P:U Jlili Oactte. 13 00. - Bell's LUc...
" tveniua" Mil (tri weekly Time,).
lepaU.h 11 0J Lontlun Weekly Times
- -Stiorday Review. .13 (pj; . Nature. .......
Lloyd's Weekly Times
LONDON MO NTH LI ICS
London Art Journal. ....14 0 Be'jrravia Mazarine. .... 7 00
Society M-isizine.. 7 00' Temple Bar M.ifas'ne.... 7 00
M C'vnhlll Maenine. 7 00 Eutcliih Society......... too
AH the Year Round. (.Dickens' Macssine).... ., ff 0O
Blackwood's M'nthty.... 6 00' Westminster Qoarterly
Chambers' Journal.....'. 6 00 bdinbonth Quarter
Goo.1 Wnrds 4 00: Morth British Qnarterly
The noes have it." The members might ring out able vouth'i
their ayes," or their "noes" ever so loudly, j flour on ia
tninRing to mane amends for tne lewness of their
votes, by the loudness of their voices. Hut no
such dodge could succeed with such a man in the
chair, and in no instance was his rapid declara
tion of the votes cliallened by either cartv.
There was no measure of great importance before
the Senate, " retrenchment " seemed iusfc then
600 j to be a sort of party cry, by a party not much
6 oo j'given to the practice of that virtue ; and it turned
out that several thousati'I dollars were deducted
from the appropriations for twine and wrapping
paper, for the use of members! We staved out
' our time and left the Cupit.il with regret, yet
j hoping to visit it again Monday morning 27th.
' - .. r - it.- .i ,
our una im mis morning was to me iiowaru
University for the education of colored people, in
every department of learning known or taught in
our best American colleges.- - The. institution is
in an important sense, the creation of lien. O. O. !
. i 1 1 ...I Witt,;., r ... - i, i c. '
A OU I Allinutu. UIUIU ,uu. laio Utf OllU U tUVV tllCU
6o ''e m'n towards .the frccdmen, have con-j
'. 2 60 verted an 'old tenantless rebel farm, which was j
. "i m ground into one great mud hole during the war j
260 ; converted it into " tlie garden of the Lord."
i Tlie localilv is now known as Unlversitv Hill !
w. . . -. . . . Z J .
eoi ! ,ies Jl,Bt vitbout the city limits opposite the
1 6 00 'i Capitol and of about the same elevation. Two
"'sou i Tear9 a gentleman came to this hill to
I-iooo j survey the spot, in view of tho future University,
.looo and took lodgings jit night in an old box of au
: army sutler. JN'ow the hill is dotted with scores
.4oo j of elegant houses and homes, growing up around
J the University buildings, which aro the central
'. 4 uo i figures of the place. Of these. there are five larze
4 oo j and elegant beyond mast of our college buildings
ti I in any part of the country,' and at present cath-
; ering within tlieir walls more than four" hundred
!. students of both sexes, and every shade of color.
i from the binning ebony, to the Anglo Saxon (yet
j tainted) whiteness. There are . a few non
; colored ' students compe.ing hide by side with
j the . late , slave for tho honors of the -legal pud
i medical professions, and not ahcays tri nning them.
We went in to attend the morning prayers of the
i students. Gen. Howard alwavs conducts these
s sentence was never heard. He woro
face for a fortnight after, and declines
to go into society just at present.
The latest novelties are evening shoes for laJie,
which are iDAile with eilt heels, a very treat deal tf
gold embroidery ovr the instep, and gilt caps to the i
IfM - ... --
Peirce'a Wbalinx G mam,
table:, da irt and coarse: salt,
from the Pnuloa Salt Works. .
S E E T El E
New York Photographer ! j
JiST OPOED !
ON KING ST., OPPOSITE THE BETHEL ! r
PERRY DAVIS if SONS' PAIN-KILLER,
: 'A lid "Various other Mercliandiso
CAREFCLLT SELkCTED. FROM TOE
California, asterri-al European Markets !
Orders from the Other IsUinds eartfully attended to.
FOR SALE THE GAHGO
.. 8 00
AMtEHT W. O3B0RNK,' Artist. t
lie asked us to step into his room for
riy.. 400 t a few moments before going to the Capitol.
Iwiy luo i There was a gentle, delicate, looking girl in tbe
r London Quarterly 4 oo; . i. room oi twelve years oiu, i snouia judge, whom
I i. AMERICAN MONTHLIES J be introduced to us as his daughter Uracie.:'
1 Uttcii's LiTins; Are. (wekiy) ."...looo l Judge of my surprioe, on going to the Capitol to
uuv. ft - w...., V V. vi
I their number, which she really is. Gen. Howard
IH read tbe scriptures, and prayed in the most
earnest simple manner, and a few remarks were
made by others, when the students went to their
....- . I
Hart's .Murrbaot's MaKSztoe.. .600
Bton Wavcrly Macasine 8 00 Deniorest's Monthly & 00
Klevtic Marazine. ....... SOiVThe (Jalaxy..... 6 00
Harper's Alagacine.... 6 tHt-Orerlan-l Monthly 6 00
AUantic Jlotiuuy w rttersjoi asgasine am
I Seribner's Monthly 6 00-Arthur's Lady's Maeaaine 3 00
i Leslie's Maxaaioe 5 00 Ju 1 oung iolka 3 00
Grain-' La.1' Rmlr . .
. .OEFEKS FOR SALE
a"ua.st; R.e6elveci !
OF THE FISE-
HAW. BARK KA 101,
A L A RGE
ASST. OF HE W GOODS !
CLIPPER BARK DELTA!
A t AT LLOYD'S.
i Ihh Vessel will be Dae; jn ; March
AND HAS A
Special Care for this Market !
FabbaP4 at Home (Tract Society! Monthly).
Australasian, (weekly . . . 10 OO Melbourne Ilhxs'twl Newa. 10 00
Town Country Journal. 10 OO, Weekly gydivry Herald.. 0 l0
DEVOTED EXCLCSIVKLF TO MUSIC
Hitchcock's Maeaxloe.. 4 09 Peter's Musical Monthly.. 4 00
XT Any Periodicaht. not in this list, will be ordered at an
time, and applied al cost and charge.
Address II. M WOITIfET.
Ja7 .: a
f Ttth fsK Ue asw asaw 7anws mad frmm, mr
Stmrwtiepv tMrmmfhaut tkt tfmrU. ...
To pirrreet the TmH of reflnina; tbe bottles r jars with native
usodia Hrwa, Utey sbeaii sasariafw dtatrmmtd
- , - . waea enspty. .
Goods aboaU Always be exasaioed apon defieery. to detect aay
UteoTtt at salatitatioa ot articles of infeviur branda.
CROSSE Ct BLACKWELL,
prBTBTORS TO TBI QUF.KC, THB KMPKROR OF THE !
SU.LXCU, ASD TUa K1NJ OF TUB 8KLQIAN3,
S3a.r Jcixx.x-o, ; Tjondon. i
he r FhnK.l of li! TliRi, Pffs M1i w-ra 1
KtnrdM ia C BOS B L AO W K L . , for th- ctr;N I
nymori y of :heir peol artiest. '.Silf i
i(J ., p? .... 4
I ir w-rt aUnia HQ II nHf-'Tat'l Yis'l r)1 1 hit XA.-i la a.-kul wr j
111 AAlMalaAig U0 a uaw wsasaav uuv uia fi iviv DvUl JIttO
in this work. It was . touching, to Lear him
lament that he did not sec, results, as he desired,
.while we. were wondering in our hearts what
magician's wand . had brought forth the grand
results then before our eyes. We hastened
through the VniYersity balls, and then went out
to find Mr. Alrords carriage waitim? to take u
two or three miles beyond this place to a still j
higher hill, quite in tlie country. . Here are the j
fine buildings known as the n' Soldier's Rest " !
where tbe oid remnants of the war of 1812, and':
the Mexican war are spending their last days in.
peace ana comior. iiere too is . tne luoaest
house, to which Lincoln loved to retire during tbe
summer beats, and spend a few months in com
parative quiet. Farther down the bills, and
among the trees, is the summer residence of the
late bee : Stanton. -; But then . is still another
" Soldier's Rest " on this sightly hill, not provided
for in the. elegant building of the living. . There
Is a cemetery for the accommodation of the
nations dead, only five thousand," they told
us, were buried here. - " Arlington- and Gettys
burg contained many more.' But we thought
that five thousand graves, with their pathetic
little white bead boards, and all they suggested
swaii f.-l 1 vaa on TTij.tdarttl -- v-iacv3--1 pa rwl AMfVatr r. s
a lesson we would not lose. So we alighted, and j
wound about among the graves, until the war.
-once so many thousand miles away seemed very '
near, xue syaiem 01 nuts in tins vicinity in ;
beautifully graded fwr carriages, and is the sum
mer drive for the Washingtomans. . it commands
a magnificent view of the city below tbe
Potomac -Arlington heights Alexandria and
other places. . We returned from our drive Li
i aj3s.ro for luoch, Rti'l theit repaired by apjAjir.t-
I ment to the house of Dr. 1'eier I'arVer, wr.er !
FULLY ASSORTED CARGO!
I ewaa a mvvbw aaBax m.m -
&a.ew .as r ufi I nit) 11 AtCrVfc T .
ffll' JSSlrlP fP WO'ELEGAHF PARK; P KETCKS,
Cap and Letter Paper, cheap and the best quality. Note and Bill Pa-r. ehruai at d best qaalily, i , ', ,h'
uelos. all size and priors, Orerhuul Paer, Lettor and Nu.e, W rmt: 'er. HI'Ml.ns paper, bert.
Meajonuidam ttouks, Bristol Dord, Letter Clin, Cwpyiug luk, Iukstand, Hens and Holders, 44. Ac. As. b, J(
S A D D L'ER.Y. t . n
' r ' t To
i:ncT!sh 5a 'dies, cheap. Mediom and best lirldk , Bits, IlvadsUU. Stirrup LeaUiars, Mar'inrales, f fBI
Collars and ll.rue. - Buckle, kings. Turret, ewiveel. Post liooka. 1 Sot flue single Uuggy llarues', BrmTb
, ? ' ' - ' - ' S.t t
Pots, Kettles, Baaoe Pans, Fry Fans, Palls. Caddies, Pan. Dippers, Funnels. Broilers, 51 ilk Sns. all strk-i Th
Cotfre Pols. Oil Cans. Cullenders, blop Paiis, bish Pns. eieres. Je, ami lliane Manjre M..1.U, rtrainert.
Cainp Kettles. Funnels. Ncrse Lniis, tvjup TttrrveriS). Oast Taua. Cafc abisea, P. Plat, f uA paua, Cskilat f
biitcuit Pans, Epons;e Cake Pans, Ac. Ac. Ac. Ac. "
- ... M'
Kai pies, Chtabe W
TIIV AIVI HOLLOW WARE.
C R OC IC E R Y.
, ,- A few superior Dinner Seta, warranted superior to an, In the turkelj Me-1 ium Bets so.
PUtes, Pitchers, Ewers and basins. Cups aod fauct-rs,' Ae. Ac. Ac. . : '
t PAIWT flTT. "ROTT.T.T) AWTl RAW HASTnn flTT. TIT! ATR rnflT fir
Britrht Varnish. A superior Carriase Varulsh in one sallon cans. Damar, (Vtpal, Ooacb and Fomitiirs VimVood
uaooneti ma. i wuite Lai ana Kino, not the ood wr fmdium quality bJt the best.'
Chrome Yellow, Rosin, Umber, Drop Black, Sienna, Ac. Ae. 40.
s li i) im i;s.
Hed Leail, Putty, Vu Oe
BRCSIIK? of all kinds. Paint. Varnish, Hair. Teeth, Crumb, Centrifocsl. Blinder, Ae. 1
Wrought Iron, assorted nine, rnood fid Oat. Bf t Cast feteel, Octag-n ironi to 1 Inch, Carhno Filters, Cliareoalf
Sheet Z ok. Galvanized Pails and Taos, Fence Wire, received in Varks in splendid order and caatad wUti Tar.' ' 'hat
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED by Ihe MOSES TAYLOR andS
- ; A LA'llGE ASSORTrMLT. OF ... . ' .
t lIlAPlPflrt If msilnrfinA A nr a i m mm I at wr 1 Tfmmm nlnirf Gt
'i aaa II aa a ; iat IVUIktll all AAilllilll,
" ; A TISE ASSORTMENT KEROSENE LAMPS, New Styles and Burners.
" CIIANDELLEGS, L4NTER.XS, BRACKET LAM I'S, AVc
O TO EZl'S SCEROS EE Olff from Roto
Bj .-im'H S. Card 3Xjatcjlio axt lowowt rf
The Celebrated Paris Plqws and Extra Points, &c &c'r
i iv v i i iv spi; ctio .v p t ia u se
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLANDS PROMPTLY ATTENDS ??Q
. . - . t n . ' the
Have' Just,Cieceivcd per Syren, a Completo As3qrtmen
COOiaNG- ST O VJE
GaboosesShip's Cabin Stoves, Two-Hole FurnacCii'
OF ALL SIZES AXD PRICES TO SUIT EVERY PDRSE AND THE
Anionu "wlilolk will lo fuunj,
Abendrotii's FirsUCLiKS Cooking
THE COTTON PLANT,, t
- Suitable fur Double, and Single Harness.
CLOTH I NC.
j IUnsocie, Sims & Co's Ileayj Ploughs.
! One Trash. Turner,
nREXCH CASHMERE MERINOS,
aV Coborrs and Barahes Italian Cloth.
Blue. Brown and White Cot too Lo&gcloth,
HeaTT bennaa, Faperior White Liuea
White Muslins and Jaconet, .. ,t
Black and Mixed Broad Cloth,
Victoria Lawna, White and Blue Flannels, '
Doeskin, Hock Towels, .
Men's Ulerino S h i r t si
White Liceo and Mooming TTandlrerchFefs,
Linen Eneeuns;. Coatings and Wadding, ' '
WWie 8ewioK Cotton, assorted, " : :
Col's Uoen Thread, - i . . , . .
Linen and Paper Collars, Cotton Cane Umbrellas.
White Qcilts, Dutch Tape,
Crochet Cot too and Patent Eisenyarn,
. Ladies1 White Cotton Hose,
rent's Brown Cotton I 2 hose,
Button Itinss, ' '
Bmwn sod White Cotton rndershirts,
Patetit Highland Playing Car. Is,
PMlocome, Pomade and Kacassar 'Oil !
' ' -ALSO- 1 ''"''..
LOT OP PATCY AfaTICL.ES, 1
T1S ' TTIBOD. C. I1ECCK, fort St.
-7 -r .
FINEST BRANDS OF
' And Devenish's Celebrated'
LdVlso, on? Hand!;
ONE MeOIfiES CLABIF1EB,
. ' OX5S McONlES' TRAIX OF
' ' ' - f ' t i: ' .- '...
FOE. SALK BT
Tlieo. 12- liiarics.
Flaiiavi E-rffMb Tp- Jron vf iXpf-rf "1
fiesirvoir. aiul Tin Warm t.iontl "
SIX. SEVEN. "EIGHT' AND NIN'K I rt
Very ut At 41 txt r heurf ruff njrt,
And piwwneed f sll who rww l Ihe '
To bo a First-Class Cooking Uu
' 'Al0. THE
"Magna Ghana 6, 7, 8, 9-in? t
Civilian, 7, 8, 9-in.,
"Gray Jacket," 7 ana o-m,
"Shamrockt" 5 1-2 and 6-ini.
B EST Tli li E Iu-YMjY K liB B E 1 1 1 1 0 SS3 , T-i, S-l land I'V
. .. . . .atri 1 1 O IVf'Hl'lf.l
CORRUGATED HOOPING, GALVANIZED AND BLACK SHEET;
ii ? At No. 9 Kaahumanu. Street, Just above the BjUU
;,: , : 1. j'-' -O Lo
J 'v.' - ti iu
- : - " " f "" can
17 i I ! L I j-J. I h at
'SHI P.CHAN D LE R Y
. r..,.. r - . t , .
SHIP STO HLV13 r
TUB LARGEST ASSORTMENT ON UAXD
kep by anj Hows an thaae Isiaads, an4 ;. ; , J
For Sale at the Lowest Possible Prices!
1128 Br BOLL la At CO.
A STRAXO, BEST UALITV RUSSIAN
-fir Manufacture. Biaea, (root li to 8 Inches, in aoad or
for sals mf
BOLLE4 4 CO.
PAIHTS A17D PAINT OIL,
HUB B A R nH B EST BO I LEU 6 It. 0 'I
Hubbard's Whits Z4110,
Hul4rd's White Lead,
. S: T. V-. Whit Lead, -
. , t Fanev Han. a rl a rfewt. ' ,
j4g krnii l!UJ3CO.
. . -rrr r A T TPflllKliir.
VlUAUiiAA iXJlA v- ,
uiras roB salb uv bV9 i
EED SAL1I0N. IN BAEB
t a a if a t.t. LOT OF " OT .IV 11
"A aiiy. m1 "' "Vj?10 ,n
ED ON TIIK I'l'J'' :, 6
. .4 luMcher. mnm wan . e
1 hj .ipeoe.t lMMch,
ual ma mm tbese !
w or sal
A M ERICA N
f aod or aal by
FOB" . i
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