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Portia Dd, O.
CORBITT & MACLEAY,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and
Shipper, and Dealers of Oregon Produce.
lfllfe I OS Cliri Mreel.
r R.wmi Kjmi . Bank of Cal.oriiia. Bari Fwicfcew
I., il'lt", .sn Francisco
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t ,rrtd4i?,ci . '..Portland, Oregon
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M,.s. Eihop 4 Co.. Bankers Honolulu
C...iX-aiet f FraIce Solicited.
GEO. A. MOID fc CO.,
Stopping and Commission Merchants,
SYDNEY. SEW SOUTH WALES.
4Reat far the Cora wall Tlrt it Marine Insurant Co.
" Rtfrrenctt :
, . achaefw Co. Honolulu
Mac clry Co.. ..s,dney
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T. - KIMBALL.
E. I. COD & CO.
PICKLES, PRESERVES, KETCHUP,
3auces, Canned Frnits and Vegetables.
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2. H0RT1CLLTI HAL FAIR lor bat tihil.it of Fruits,
v.-jretaMea and Jellies,
Manufactured by Steam Power.
5o Pains Spared to Make Them the Bert.
TbeChaicnl Friln Settled mm Urn I Sagar
Cecal, aThrr are Hal Iexire.ly
tatr Fatuaily Le.
MANCFACrfKISO ESTABLISHMENT. 621 and 623 FRONT
iiTRirCT has FRANCISCO. om
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SIS Front St- San Francisco.
t -r vrRTTif?. WABHAMS & CO..
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Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Partlfalar Att'nti paid to Consignments af
ol Sandwich Islavaid Frexluee-. ly
II. V. SEVERANCE & CO., j
General Shipping & Commission j
ME RC HANTS,
403 Front Street, corner f Gay St., Sitn Francisco.
W. K. LKVKKIDOK,
A. P. EVERETT. J
LEVERED GE, EVERETT & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
31S FRONT STREET, COR51SR COMMERCIAL,
rarticalar attention paid to Contittnmenta of Ialand Produce.
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' - IMPORTERS OF
Y AlIZEE UOTIOUS, FANCY GOODS,
White Goods, Perfumery. Pocket Cutlery, j
noSIKRT, ZEPHTR WOOL, c., c.
HAVING RESIDENT BUYERS IX THE
lUst and is Kurope, ami beiog in direct comrull meal ion
m,th ittm aaaatactnrea, we are enabled to get Uoods on the
u-t teraa tod to e!l accordingly.
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coa-t, and are invite the
Especial attention of Honolulu Merchant
to an examination of the Mine.
Part, rnlar altrotloo given to Orders.
TOBIX, DAU5-ON c6.
Corner Sutter A Sanson Streets,
Smm FraariM, Calat.
mli - 3IcCr;3 1-eii Co.,
OKY 1'OING AND
, .!II.SSltJ. .11KCUAr'TS,
I'ortl.m 1, Oregon.
J r.' VIVU :ErfX KMIAGEI) IN Ol'RPRE.
. . . nl t-ati:- Utr c iva'da of svea years, and being
. pre . '.'ru- t a-uling, we are prepared to reemvw
.i uit' t Iitand ict as Sujrar, Rlce,8rnps, Polo,
e.. to iiUj. toosirjimeDta especially solicited
t '.t. rtirlLtl. '. i vU'i personal attention will be paid,
n vtr'i . Ajf.no. will be mad when required.
A ? i.o RtraaKicu:
cr & 'J.ai't.1,- rg-r, . aa. Patrick It Co.,
U-r-.. V. T. Coleman t Co.,
- a. B.a r t Co.
t' -i .t Rftraaixca:
" , . i- s Si Tilton. Leonard & Green
f ! t i n Rsriaiscts:
V'" r Allen. 1
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JOBS N CaAKKH
J. C. 'iKCillLL & .Co.,
Coxaiaissioa iiifcxcLints and Auctioneers,
'201 aoJ 206 California Street,
San F r a. n c i c o .
AUsO, AGENTS OV TI1K
Saa Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
V..-t raUrattention riven to the sale and purchase ot mer
st And, ships' business, sopflviog whaships, negotiatinr
aHu a Tr. kc.
r :ll frelfht arriving at Saa Francisco, by or to the Ho
m'eki vine of Packets, will be forwarded rasa or coMaiaBio.
CT Exchaoge on Ilonolala bought and sold. .Q
r. C. L. Richards ft Co...... ...Honolulu
H. HackfeU k Co
" C. Brewer It Co... "
bishop A Co w
Tr. Y- W. Wood
Hon. B. H. Allen "
I. C. WaKraaa, Esq
9oM by all TVnW, hnxir hont th WorM.
LEA & P JE ItRliV S '
DECLARED BY CONNOISSEURS
TO BR TUB
S ATTCB I
.iin l j J
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD.
The saeoaas of this noat deiicio" ' -nrna.1 oniTacnt
havtoc caosed certaio dealers -n a; u y . vt caof v orm- '.
teraairw ace ' to ? r own jLf-1 -tr . . xsaa la, the Paobq la
hereby intonaec tt-.a oa,y waj' " - lac genuiaa. is to
ASK FOR I "A & FERrillTS' SAUCE,
aad -to sea that U-ir ul."1" r3 ' - ?'T??'rt lOtls,
tlmpptr and ioitt.
eomo ar tin freizn r,itu l"'1"" '"PP11 vitki
apsncas Vyrnatm.n 8oc. cp t! r labeia of
wtkh th nsui es Ijrl and P-rrs-j. hk b"" ' ,rwl- "
P. sir aotea Uiat loe. bare famished ta" correpjo.ieota
wit power of attorney to Uia ioatar.t P"x"inK afainat
Maanfactnrars and rn of m- or nT "ler imitjUion
y wbiea tfrrrr t-v 'rfrire-rd. ;
As for LA A V.NiiNs 4fCJ 'cdfl r- f
IT. La'" I. lM .tie, and &iO--tt-' ... (
vThol-.Je and fcr jtn rr tte fnrn orm, WAf.eA.yr j
Crweaud biacswelJ, LuVot, ac., 4..5 rt--si a 1
1- 1 TIIF.O. II. i'lAVIKv Vr?' Ur'r '
Woildt Contend. A cross-grained eurljr
man, too crooked by natare to keep Btill, went
OTer one morning to liis neighbor Mr. F., a re
markably cool, culm non-resistant, and addressed
him thus :
" That piece of fence over there (pointing in a
certain direction,) is wine, and you shan't have
"Why," replied Mr. F., "you must be mis
taken, r think."
"No, no. It is mine, ana I mean to keep it.
'fll '" said neighbor F.."supvae that we
- . , n - a a
leave it to any lawyer you shall choose.
" 1 won't leave it to any lawyer," said the oth
er. " Well, continued Mr. F., " shall we leave it
to any four men in the village you shall select?'
' No, I shall have the fenoe."
Nut at all ditcuiDpced, Mr. F. said, "Well,
neighbor, ttien 1 w ill leave it to you, to whom the
fenoe belong, whether to you or myw-lf."
Struck dumb Iv this nnrifl thi worthv man
turned away, " I wou't have anything to do with
. a a
a man that won't contend for his rights.'"
A lady, in a philosophical mood, asked a male
friend bow it happened that boys got all their
bad traits from their fathers. " I don't know,"
was the reply ; but perhaps it would help us to
answer if we could find out where the girls get
their blemishes from." "Oh," replied the lair
metaphysician, " they all come from their grand
fathers ! "
FLINT, PEAEODY & CO.,
Slipping & Commission Merchants,
Agents of Pacific Barrel and Keg Company.
All PaaPABFD TO
Famish Keg and Barrel Shouts 1b anj Qnantltj
Ard Respectfully solicit consignments of Sugars
ASD INLAND FHOPCCS.
XT REFER TO
Messrs. Bih-p Co... Honolulu
Mmri. II. Ilackfelil Co... Honolula
Mntira. Castle tt Cooke. Honolulu
Xn, 408 California Street, San Franci-co. julO ly
FALL SEASON 1S71.
gT HA1VAIIAX MESS BEEF !
C . BERTLEMiNX, KAUAI,
I icy The abore Beef ia packed by an experienced Buicl.er
' cared in Liverpool Salt, and packed in Turk' Island Salt,
j The best relerence can be given. or sale In quantities to
I tuit by -
j jyl 3m Til BOD. C. HEl'CK.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A FINE ASST. OF FURNITURE
COXSIST1XC IX PART OF
O XX UX. IVX X3 JE3 XT. SETS!
Wood and Cane Seat Chairs,
Oak )ining Chairs,
Rosewood 0101115 Chairs,
Hair Mattrasses, Bureau Marbles,
ONE SUNSHADE CARRIAGE
One Side-Spring Top Wagon !
ONE SHIFTING TOP WAGON!
One American Carryall,'
Set vp ready for use.
SETS SIL VER-PLA TED AND CO VERED
MADE EXPRESSLY for THIS MAEKET
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF .
Wheelwrights- Findings !
Buggy and Wagon Spokes, asst'd Sizes,
Hubbs, Rims, Shafts and Poles,
Express and B&ggy Bows,
Plows, Assorted Styles,
Mule Harnesses Complete.
All XIJVOICE OP
Axe Handles, Pails,
Cotton Twine, .
ALL OP WHICH WILL BE
Lowest Possible Hates.
A correspondent of the New York Tribune bus
" interYiewed " that Bterling " Democrat," Rob
ert Toombs of Georgia, and received from him
Southern views as to the present and prospective
political situation. We quote from the corre
spondent's letter :
. In a few minntes Gen. Toombs came in, and
soon commenced to talk politics. 1 told him
that he was understood to represent the most
ultra wing of the Democratic party in Georgia,
' and that I was desirous of learning his views
! upon poljtical questions. " Yes," he said. " I
am one of the red-hot kind. " hat do you
think of the new departure of the Northern
Democracy, as expounded by Vallandigham and
the Pennsylvania Convention? Shall you sup-
Eirt it?" Never. I would sooner" vote fur
orace Greeley than for any Democrat upon
such a platform. Greeley and the Republicans
first got it up; it's their patent, and I have more
reejiect for them than for such scoundrels as Val
landigham, who wants to steal their ideas." Mr.
Toombs spoke at some length in this style, de
claring finally that the people of the South could
never be brought to accept the Constitutional
Amendments as finalities, and thai if the Demo
cratic party took that ground they would have
nothing to do with that party. "Wbat do you
look forward to in the future ? " 1 asked ; " how
can you escape the results of the war? " " We
will fight you again just as soon as we can get
ready," he answered ; and I believe we can get
ready much sooner than most people think.
" You cannot seriously believe that the South
will attempt another war?" I certainly do,
and I believe I shall live to see Southern Inde
pendence. Many of our people are losing the
hope that they will see Shiloh ' in their day,
but they are training their children up to take
up the work."
Gen. Toombs spoke with great bitterness of
the Reconstruction Acts and Constitutional
Amendments. The party that passed them were
liars, he said, lor they pretended to believe in
self-government, and at the amo time would not
give the South any liberty to regulate her own
a flairs, but ruled her first by military officers and
then by a horde of Northern thieves, sent down
here to hold the offices and tyrannize over the
people. "Why can't you let us alone?" he
went on excitedly. " If your idea of govern
ment is not a lie, stay away and let us manage
our own affairs. We don't want to have any
thing to do with you. We had the satisfaction of
killing more than 200,000 of you, and if my ad
vice had been followed the war would not have
ended until we had killed more." Once upon
the subject of the war, he went on to argue the
right of secession, to denounce the North, and to
caJl the Union army a horde of mercenaries,
juaraudeis, and thieves. It was clear that the
'war had taught him no lesson, and that his feel
ings were as bitter as they were when the contest
was at its height.
Growth of the American Episcopal Church.
The "growth of this grent communion in the
United States within the. past ten years has been
remarkable. Nearly fifty bishops will meet this
year at the great Triennial Convention, to be
held in Baltimore in October. A lew years ago
lCHb tl inn one-half of this number were present
on similar occasions. The great States have had
to be divided New York in;o live dioceses,
J Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, into two and
; The growth of the Church in the Western
j States and new territories, and on the Pacific
j coast, almost exceeds that of the East. On the
j line of the great Pacific railroads, hardly a ham-
let or way station of any importance can be
found without its Episcopal Church. The zeal"
j and energy of the U esteru missionary bishops,
j among whom, the most prominent, is Jlishop
: Randall, formerly of this city, are overcoming all
j obstacles. Dotted all over thee new regions are
: neat little churches, with their Sunday-schools,
I all erected and established within the past five
j In the first missionary tour of Bishop Randall
i in Colorado, he came one Sunday morning to a
! mining village that hardly knew by any religious
; service when it was Sunday. That 'morning had
witnessed tne murder ot a man in a drunken or
gambling quarrel. One year from that day a
regular parish church was in full operation with
a settled minister, and a fine Sunday-school, in
which all the children of the village were gath
ered every Sunday for religious tustruction. Simi
lar instances have occurred in other places in
those remote regions. Boston Traveler.
! Circumstances Alter Cases.
! I remember one of those rare instances in the
1 experience of country printers, Bays Whi tela w
! Reid, in his Editori-.it Reminiscences, when a man
I came into the office to thrash me. I had then
arrived at the mature age of eighteen, but I was
not as vigorous as I am now.) In the course of
; some police items in a country town, 1 bad occa
sion to say that a Dutch butcher being six
. feet, age thirty-nine, weight two hundred had
' whipped his wife, a proceeding to which I ob
; jected, and commented on with a severity which
j 1 hope the enlightened press of the country will
i always exhibit on such occasions.
! The next day the butcher came in and pro
! posed to interview " the writer of that para-
1 WTt 11a 1 -ar
grapn. jie looKeu at me ana inquired it 1 wrote
it. .We think quick in great perils, and in dan
ger of being thrashed can do a very email amount
of ratiocination in, a short time. I saw there
was no use of arguing with the fellow, and I
said to him : .
" Hans, are you a subscriber to this paper?"
Hans, who understood thoroughly that he bad
been maligned, was not eo sure on the subject of
subscription, and be shooked his head and asked
me what I meant. " Hans, are you a subscriber
to this paper? " Hans scratched his head aeiain
and believed he wad not. J said loudly :
" Put your hand in your pocket, and give me
' two dollars to pay your subscription ! Until you
! do, I would like to know what business it is of
j yours what we say ? "
j I escaped the thrashing that time, and com
j mend it to the attention of all who put such
; things in their papers. j
i ' President Grant's Views. New York, June
j 8th. The President, in conversation yesterday,
saiu: xnere is a great deal ot nonsense written
about me. 1 don't to do any more than carry out
the wishes of the American people as they are ex
fressed through their representatives and the
'rees. I try to observe the oath of office I took,
when inaugurated, and I believe I have succeeded.
What good I have done the credit is to the people.
The faults of the Administration are mine ; my
faults have come to the front and centre. What
good I have done is under guard in the rear. It
remains with the people to decide on tbe merits
and demerits of my administration. As to the
Indiana-, said the President, those people who
clamor for the destruction of tbe Indians on the
plains either are interested or know nothing of
iub conuiuou ui auairs in iae wiia regions wnere
the Indians live. 1 nave lived with tbe Indians,
and know them thoroughly. They can be civili
zed and made friends of the Republic. It takes
tact and skill, however, to deal with them. They
are shrewd and cunning, and won't be shaved out
of their rights if they know it. My policy is
peace ; when I said let us have peace," I meant
it. I want peace on the plains as everywhere else.
That attack on tbe Apaches was murder purely.
The Apaches are warlike ; that is, the young say
ages wander off to rob and murder occasionally,
but no doubt that they have provocation. I will
investigate tbe massacre of the Apaches at Camp
Grant, and be just to all concerned. The Indian
question is not Qne the Government should be
called upon to settle. The citizens of tbe out
lying States and Territories ought to be able to
fix that. The Quakers are doing well, have done
well, and will do more. Other denominations of
Christians are also laboring witb effect among the
Indians. They are all laboring for the same end,
and I will give them all the support I can. I
don't like riding over and shooting these poor
savages ; I want to conciliate them and make
them peaceful citizens. The policy of peace, Sir,
is much preferable to the policy of war.
A Colorado saloon keeper said of a rough
crowd : " 1 couldn't get their whiskey strong
enough for them, so after trying every way, I at
last made a mixture of poison oak and butter
nut. That fetched 'em. I called it the sheep
herder's delight ; and it was a popular drink.
Tbe first Pike I tried it on yelled with delight ;
tte t;?rt ter tro drinks, ani turne 1 - ;
double Pou".'t ia tbe road before the bouse.
A pcdJk-r cm me along, and after he took several
diiaks of by sheep herder's delight, be went off
sn.i fto? h'.! own pack, and hid it in the woods." i
- Foreign Items.
The French army voted the republican ticket
for the assembly. . .i '
The legitimist members of the French assem
bly feel so lonesome and discouraged that they
talk of resigning.
Property is New York. Tbe assessed value
of property in New York in 1870 was $1,047,
520,224, and in 1S71 $1,076,249,473, being an
increase of over $28,000,000.
The French bishops have been 6illy enough to
; demand of' the Versailles government the restora
tion of the temporal power of the pope ; and tne
government has been wise enough to refuse the
The University of Oxford has just doctored
Dr. Doliinger, and the Spectator reminds the
church of England that the same sort of moral
support may be given to its own recalcitrant
members by bodies outside and unfriendly.
France has paid Switzerland two million francs
for maintaining French soldiers who took refuge
in that country during the late war. The war
material brought to. Switzerland by the refugee
soldiers is to be restored ttrFrance.
France is not yet free enough to tolerate free
dom of the press. The assembly has passed a bill
requiring the deposit of caution money by the
press. Republicanism will be a sham until free
fpeech and a free press are guaranteed.
Dr. Dollinger is marching on. In a recent
letter to certain Hungarian Catholics, he declares
that " the legally regulated participation of lay
men in the ordering and administration of the
affairs of the church is the one thing most needed
now by the church. '-
The Boston iWir says : " None have suffered
more from the effects of intemperance than women,
and they have a right to go to the polls and dis
pute with the enemies of their households. It
will not detract one whit from the original attri
butes of her sweet nature."
Ah ambitious glazier in New York has spent
three months trying to get a contract to put one
pane of glass in the new court house. He says if
he could get such a contract " on the usual terms,"
it would make him independently rich. The man
who painted the lightning-rod has erected a brown
stone mansion on the profits of tbe job.
The last New York legislature passed an act to
make redress for words imputing unchastity to a
female, which is as follows : An action may be
maintained by a female, whether married or sin
gle, to recover damages for words hereafter spoken
imputing unchastity to her, and it shall not be ne
cessary to allege or prove special damages in order
to maintain such action. In such actions a mar
ried woman may sue alone, and any recovery
therein shall be her sole and separate property.
Novel Dcel. An apothecary lately refused to
resign his seat at a theatre in Vienna to an
officer, who, feeling himself insulted, sent him a
challenge. The apothecary was punctual at the
meeting, but observed he had a new way of set
tling the dispute. He then drew from hia pocket
a pill-box, and taking therefrom two pills, thus
addressed his antagonist : "As a man of honor,
sir, you would not wish me to fight on unequal
terms. Here are, therefore, two pills, one com
posed of tiie most deadly poison, the other per
fectly harmless. We are, therefore, on equal
grounds if we each swallow one. You shall take
your choice, and 1 promise faithfully to take that
which you leave." It is needless to say that the
a flair was settled by a hearty laugh.
Where is the Champion Typo-Setter Now?
A IMontreul paper says:' "At a type-Betting
match held in the La Nauveau Aland office re
cently, between Alphonse Barret te and Alphonso
Mondon. the former set 2,038 ems, and the latter
1,944 ems in an hour. The measure, type, and
copy were similar to those used at the match
held throughout Canada and the United States
on the 10th of May last. The best done then
was by George Ahrensberg,' of Philadelphia, who
composed 1,822 emi, and received the champion
ship prize from tbe International Union. The
young French Canadians above mentioned have
now surpassed him, and proved their superior
swiftness, so far, over the craft on this continent.
About fifty persons were present at the match re
ferred to., The proofs of the contestants were
remarkably clean." , ...-,
There is nothing, perhaps, which Paris feels so
keenly as the loss of its headship. That city be
lieves that if has as sure a right to rule over
France as the origiual Bourbon himself. The
function of Paris is to conceive, to think and to
issue orders ; the place of France to listen, to be
moved, when the injunction is to that effect, and
above all to obey, it may be that this dream was
rudely disturbed a few months ago. . The en-'
trance in triumph of the Government, troops
I heiped in a very marked manner to dispel the il
lusion, riot Fans lor all that cannot give up the
idea of its headship. We perceive that it is now
importuning Thiers to bring back the Assembly.
Cannot think of getting alon without the signs
and emblems of the supreme Government. Thiers
is reported to have said that in October the re
quest will be grunted. If he fulfills his promise,'
Paris will again begin to talk right out in meet
ing. It is an eaty thing to crush a government
there if there be not a strong hand somewhere.
If the Asiatic cholera be really prevalent in Po
land it is advancing upon mankind by a some
what unusual route. It was by way of Poland,
we believe, that we got the rinderpest, but cholera
is generally developed on the Ganges ; seizes upon
the annual pilgrimages to Mecca ; works its way
to Constantinople, and then spreads throughout
Europe. It is a fortune circumstance that at
every appearance of this epidemio the mortality
grows smaller and smaller. . The improvement in
ventilation and the greater cleanliness of the mas
ses have not been without their effects in reducing
the virulence of these periodical visitations.
Science, too, is grappling with them with heroic
fortitude. We have heretofore enjoyed almost a
complete immunity from epidemics of all kinds in
this city, and there is no reason why wa should
not continue to do so. ' It must be borne in mind,
however, that ourpopulation has greatly increased
and that, as a consequence, we can no longer af
ford to neglect every sanitary precaution. Alta.
Massachusetts loves its lager. - The fact was
shown beyond peradventure at the recent elections
to decide whether lager should be sold Had drank.
The majorities in favor of lager in the various
towns were very large. This is remarkable of
Massachusetts, in itself; but what shall be said
when we are told that Massachusetts ladies fre
quented the polls and worked energetically in
behalf of prohibition? They distributed ballots,
marked No," all day long, and threatened with
their disfavor every man who voted Yes." We
drop tbe question of the political influence of
women as here evidenced. We have heart only for
grief that Massachusetts, of all the States, should
vote in, behalf of the lager and in opposition to
the creat and cood New England women. There
will be fewer weddings in the old Bay state for
eome time to come than there have been for some
time back ; and it is melancholy to reflect that
there are women outside of Massachusetts who
will give aid and comfort to the. Massachusetts
youth who voted to have his lager.
The decision of the Supreme Court of Massa
chusetts that women cannot act as justices is
severely criticised by some of tbe Massachusetts
ppers. Tbe Worcester Spy says : To Mrs.
Howe personally the appointment would have
been, we suppose, of no particular value. But
Miss Stevens is a lawyer, well instructed and
practically ekilled, especially in conveyancing, to
which she gives most of her attention, and in
which 6he finds constant employment. . It would
be very convenient for her to have the authority,
which men in the same business consider almost
indispensable, to take the acknowledgements of
deed and administer oaths. It would be absurd
to raise - the question of the wisdom or safety of
intrusting her, or any woman of good character
and even moderate intelligence, witb that au
thority, since hundreds exercise it whose qualifi
cations, judged by any-standard that cau be sug
gested, are immeaaureably inferior to hen. If
her appointment had been sanctioned, many
women in this and other countries, more or less
conversant with legal; forms . and proceedings,
through their employments as clerks in the various
county offices and otherwise would have sought
and oDtainecl commissions as justices of tbe peace,
to the convenience of themselves and the public.
As the question is now decided, this office cannot
be held by women until tbe constitution has been
fo amended as to authcr: ilu-lr app-vluiu t.
The peuplj may not he- prepared to opca uiis
oflioe to women, bui an amendment to this
eaect, if not more expensive, will be carried as
boo as the nrwsarjfbrmalitiee will permit..;
A gentleman asked a lady known to be utterly
ignorant of languages, ilow aid you gei uiuhk
when abroad to make yourself understood?
' Oh, my dear sir," replied she, with quite a
French air, "we had an intejrupter with us.
The same lady, haying arranged some etatues in
an adjoining room, requested the same gentleman
to step into the next " impartment and see her
A laughable thing took place at a revival meet
ing somewhere in Mississippi not long since. The
minister noticed a seedy-looking chap in one of
the seats, looking as tho'ugh he needed religion
or a good square meal. So he stepped up to him
and asked him if he was a Christian. "No,
sir," said he, "1 am editor of the Democratic
paper in this place." " Then, in the name of
God, let us pray," replied the devoted minister.
A Yankee wagered a Dutchman that he could
swallow him. The Duchumn lay down upon a
board, and the Yankee bit his toe severely. The
victim screamed with pain, and told him to stop.
Why, you tarnal fool," said Jonathan, "ye
don't think I'm going to swallow ye hull, do
ye? " The same fellow wagered another Dutch
man that he could throw him across the Chicago
river.; He pitched him some ten or fifteen feet
into the water, and he swam to the shore, and
claimed the stakes. "No you don't," said the
Yankee, resolutely ; " do you think I'm going to
give it up so? I'll do it; if I try all day 1 " ?
An envious Chicago paper says Bret Harte ia
about to publish a new poem called " The Out
law of Cholera Gulch." It will relate how the
outlaw, a rude but benevolent man, poisoned his
benefactor and carried off his two daughters for
wives ; how he smote one of those wives witb a
stick until she inconsiderately died, and then ex
pended for whisky the money she had left for a
coffin ; how he disposed of the other one to the
Piegans for a pumpkin-colored horse ; how he
extinguished that horse's eyes with a hot poker
because it got beaten in a race, and how be was
finally caught up by an angel one Saturday after
noon and translated to heaven, where he received
a crown of glory.
Popular Fallacies. That you can receive one
dollar a day, spend two, and get rich. That tbe
man who can't pay for his breakfast can raise the
money to go into a circus. That to do a man
one favor, and then refuse him another, won't
make him twice as mad as if you had refused
him the first. That when a friend present you
a hound it will cost you nothing. That 'next
year's taxes will be lighter. That every other
! man is to die but you. That if you have a good
cause in love, war or law, pitch in, you are
bound to win. That when you buy a horse, he
will be certain to turn out as represented. That
if you always say what you think you will win
The secret correspondence between the Tuiler
ies and the Emperor Napoleon during the cam
paign of 1870 has been translated, and is pub
lished in tbe New York Herald. It is extremely
humiliating to the late leaders of the empire, in
the light of the events of the past year, and,
being read in France, will go far toward destroy
ing tbe claims of those ambitious people to future
recognition. " Orders cross and contradict each
other," says the Herald. The empress regent
and her advisers and the emperor and his staff at
Metz were ,at variance ,in almost everything ex
cept in tbe resolve to repair the disasters. The
plan of campaign, if there was such a thing, was
made subservient to the latest jcaprice of the-em-press
and her advisers. The misdirected energy
of the empress and the impotence of the emperor
shine out plainly from these dispatches. The
first dispatch that of the prince impciial to his
mamma is strongly suggestive of opera bouff'e.
To this princlet the war was only a continuation
of the reviews in the Champ de Mars, and the
soldiers are 4 enchanted,' he says. For his special
military education is organized the little affair at
Saarbruck, and tbe dispatch announcing this feat
of arms is communicated to the press; but not
in full, for the original outdoes in folly the version
which had been communicated. He took it so
coolly that he seemed to be promenading in the
Bois de Boulogne. The silly dispatches of the
emperor regarding the prince imperial, in the
early days ot the . war, are recalled by this state
ment." . i .
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COL. Of HI A . . , '
h aTi- r I A SMALLLOTOFTI1E REAL,
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First Quality, and in -Perfect Order !
KKCKIVED PER C0MKT, and JC A. t ALKINECKO
BOLLES & CO.
. xp stores:
T1IIK LARGEST ASSORTMENT ON HAND
. kept by any Houae on these Iglanda, and
For Sale at the Lowest Possible Prices !
ja28 By BOLLES & CO.
XI Ks to suit.
Fur sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
BEST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT !
VIOR SAI.K BV
RUSSIA BOLT ROPE,
A SSORTEU SIZES.
For sale by
B0LLK3 & CO.
SPUN YARN, H0USELINE,
WORM LINE, MARL.IN. SEIZING, RAT
LIN, etc., etc. A lull assortment for sale by
ja28 , v , BOLL-Oi CO.,
ALL SIZES, FROM 12 0 5 INCH IN
bond or duty paid
tor sale by
BOLLK3 at CO.
, HEHP AND FLAX CANVAS!
BEST ARBROATH . MANUFACTURE,
assorted, Numbers, in bond or duty paid.
ja23 For sale by B0LLE9 At CO.
WE HAVE A REGULAR SUPPLY IROM
the celebrated Santa Crux Lime Kilus, which enables ,
as to sell at the kwet rates. -ja28
IRON STOCK ANCHORS,
SIZES, FROM 10O LBS. TO 4,000 LBS.,
ia Bond or doty paid. For sale by . . .
Ja2S i BOLL KB A CO.
IN BOND OR Dl'Tr PAID!
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF SIM-
For aale hy
B0LLES fc CO.
HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF.
PACKED ON THE IKLAND OF KAUAI.
: by aa experienced Batcher, and warranted as good as
anr Beef pat up on these Islands.
ja28 For sale by BOLLEB CO.
HEMP AND COTTON SAIL TWINE!
FOR SALE BT
Ja28 - , V ' . , B0LLE3 k CO.
' TAR AND PITCH! H ' : '
AMERICAN AND STOCKHOLM,
barrels and ball barrels. For sale by . i
ja28 ' BOLLESJtCO.
A STRAND, BEST QUALITY RUSSIAN
"TC" Maauactue Bnea, from Utki inches, la bood or
doty- paid. - - -. . iu
Ja23 For sate by BOLLES CO.
. : PAINTS .AND PAINT OIL, -
HUBBARD'S BEST BOILED OIL,
Hubbard's White Zinc, , .
H aboard 's White Lead,
J. T W.,-White Lead, - . , . ,r -
Fancy Paints, a general assortment. 'c -ja28
For sale by BOLLE3 h CO.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
GROCERIES & SHIP STORES
- Always on Hand! ... ;
4 JiD WILL BE SOLD AT THE LOWEST
Hardware and Cut!
BUY YOUR HARDWARE AND OUTLE
THE HARDWARE STORE, NO. 95 KING STRE
: . - paintsi all Colors, in Oil and Dry.
PAINT, VABXISH. AND 5VHITE WASH RUSHES. IN GREAT TARIET
AND AL5I0ST ETEBT OTHER KIND OF BRUSH THAT MAY BK WANTED.
JLIuTj, kinds oaeriage materia!
, ..... . - i
DOWSER'S BEST KEROSEJVE .OIL, AJ
Byam's 8 Card Matches, always on hand,
OUR GOODS ARE GOOD, AND WILL BE SOLD VERY LC
: . . ; it ;"-, i
" Magna Charta," 6, 7, 8, 9-in,,
" Civilian," 7, 8, 9-in., .
r;r: ' : 7cGray; Jacket," 7 and 8-in,,
" Shamrock," 5 1-2 and 6-in.
CORRUGATED ROOFING, GALVANIZED AND BLACK SHEET H
il.L OP WHICH WE OFFER LOW,
A. W. PIERCE & CO
OFFER FOR SALE A ,
IV1 E RGB A W.DJ.S E !
SHIPPING AND LOCAL REQUIREMENTS
rioTTOJi AND HEMP DUCK, FROM O
Hemp and Manila Cordage, all Sizes !
, HEMP AND COTTON THINK,
8punyarn, Marline, Houseline. c
tieizine Stuff. Catting Falls.
BLOCKS OF ALL SIZES I
, . . . . . .... ,
Patent, Iroav Strapped and. Bushed, 3. to. 15 inches.
Jib Haoks and Mast Hoops, 1 ' -
' ' ' ' Hooks aud Tuimbles, Connecting Bbactles,
Boat Timbers, stems and sterns !
Boat Boards, ' : "
O nx-s . of all lozictliai
Rowlocks, Bashings, Steering Braces, Boat Nails,
Wrought Nails, Cut Nails, Rivets of all sizes,
PAINTS OF ALL KINDS!
Kerosene, Whale and Sperm Oil !
Tar, Bright Yarnleb, rump and lUgging Leather, Copper and
. ' Iron Tacks,
BREAD. FLOUR, BEEF, PORK, .PICKLES,
Preserved Meats, Pie frufrs. Grern Corn,
Greco Peas, bpices, and rarious other Groceries.-
Also, Brand's Bomb Iances !
. Pelree'a AVhaliatf Csiaav. , .
TABLE DAIRY AND COARSE SALT,"
from the Pauloa Salt Works.
';, PJCRRTT DAVI3 8058' PAIS-KIXLITB, fti
And Various other Merchandise
r.iit . . ' ;: 1 , i sj
CABEFCLLT SELECTED, FROM TOE '
California, Eastern & European Harkets !
;i. -T .:.,) .'
Orders from Vie Other Islands carefully attended to.
GODFREY RHODES, 5
Wine Merchant, 13 Kaaliumanu St.,
' - OFT ICRS
-sQk. Xji.ES S S ,
BASS.ID COUPE, BLOOD WOLF it CO,
Barclay A Perkias, Gainnss, Brass,
Teonaot, Jf ffreys.
Aogostont, Leal.es, Orange. Quinine, Boatetter, Ac, Ice. 1
Ports and Sherries of radons qoallties ; Llquers,
JUlloa Wines of different brands, f parkling and Still, '
, White and Ked Burgundy, Madeira, . .
i , . Choice and Ordinary Clarets, ("'
'.!,' i Several Brands of Champagne, '
V' And the asaal assortmenj of ' 1
Spirits in Glass or Wood, in Bond or Duty
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CAM! J 'iH
: PIAIVOS ! PIANOS ! !
HP VO oV THE BICST HALLET ifc CI7M-
al for Sale by .
C. BREWER CO.
FINE BARRELS AND SHOOKS!!
t MOLASSES CONTAINERS
21 For Sale by C. BRKWE' & t'O
fine UNDERSIGNED II AVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE THE FIm:t ASm'';
MENT OF THB A80YK NAMED GOODS THAT CAN BK FJUND Vi tlllS &1A it : I
nr a Snfcialifv of Fish Nets. Lines, Hooks & Srjuc T'l
HTJBBTJCK'S BEST LINSEED, OIL, KAW AND BOIIIf.j
. .. - ' ' ' 4pr
VH Kinds orarnlsli, J3est Q.iiiilitj'-
-u; ' By III-MXOII AITI; Co.
Have Just Received per Syren, a Completo Assortment
COOKING- STOYES '
Cabooses, Ship's Cabin Sloyes, Two-Hole Furnaces,
OF ALL SIZES AND PRICES TO SUIT EVERY PURSE "AND TH E Tlill 1
Amone wliloli tI11 Tt found i :
Abendrolh's First-Class Cooking StoLc
" THE COTTON PLANT." f
Plain and Extension. Tp. Iron or &jyer Hot J,
j;eservoir. ana itn narm
SIX, SEVEN. EIGHT AND NINE INCHES
Very neat design, extra hf Ty f aft'lop, well pot top
' " And pronoonoed bjr all wha now liavs Ihun In um j L
To be a First-Clas3 Cooking Stot i
, ALSOi THE
ON HAND: ' 11
BEST THUEK-nY RUBBER HOSE, 1-2,3-1, 1 aiul 1-3.1 a,
GALVANIZED IRON WATER PIPE, 1-2, 3-4, 1 AND 1 U2 INCH,
ran At No. 9 Kaahumanu Street, just above the Bank. ,r
1 ' v
H. TIACKFELD & CI
! i i eraiJ
. OlTer For Sale, :
, i-ny tue clii
IK O I
Hawaiian Bark Kali-"1'
ii . .. . . . a : . . . r
I ia a
JUST ARRIVED FROM LOW
THE FOLLOWING. Ing'to
Selected with Great Care iim j
' ' 'rolie?
FOR' TMIS ; MAlUWutlD
t i .: t . "aid '
CO$BIi5TINa OF ,rngntt
ENGLISH I HINTS. FA NCI' LI LAf'0
Mourning, Saiming Prints, Twillt-d Chims Vi in" il 1 '"S
Maalina, Victoria Laana. Musjulto "Netting, itj of
Superior Black Cotoourir, blark A Ipar-ra, ;
, Frcacb Mfrini and Crupr, W'mleu Ujeu Oik Iririnii
Black and Blue lir.ad VUh,
Italian Cloths, Wl.lui &l..leklns, PmtJ t
W hite brills. White Uuck, Rrm'l
Black Haircloth, Whte thlrtinir and Lonsriorti. OVtr ,
t . Torsrf Red Cloth, Brown ami blua Cottou DnU'i- .
Ilvy Broan and Blue Cotton, Tickinir i
Blue lenlmi. very heavy, 1
Blankets, large sia aaaurted eolora, f
BLEACHED LINEN SHEETIh
t Bias AlhamKra Red Qailts,
s ; Whin Bed Quits, Klne Unn Imjx-rials.
' . V hits Llneo and Cotuin Turkey Toa-eia,
Baperior linen Hatidkrrcblefa,
fiucy Cottoo Haixlktroliirfs,
. Tarkey- fUd and Yellow Handkerchiefs,
. Plata White Flannel,
Bias Twilled ftaxoay Flannel,
White Merino Hocks, - '
jOny altxd fVx:ka, Lade'"VVMte IIoss,
Tatxy Ihimkak Table Covers.
Blae feilk Neckties, Fancy Alpacca Bloasav
I ol an
I ' ' J
! A hU-C ttonFhirt, ' a , .
3 unoy'C Uco Bklrts, Hickory Bhlr, '
Heavy Merino ITndersllrts,
Bilk Imitation Undershirts,
Brown Cotton Undershirts,
Turkey Hed Buspeadrra, Black Bllt Crobrsliai,
Black Bilk EUalica, Blue Cotton Thread
Woolen and Cotton Oirths, leather Patera,,
. Boiled ICinscccl Oii;1!
, . White Zioe Paiot, 3round Whits Lead, )
Bed Ochre and Venetian Red, M" "' '
Burlaps. Ball Twins, Scotch Hemp Canvas. ,. tTf v j
Kuasia buck, liht aud heavy, tl)." i
. Jtirbt Feodtif Wire. . ' j
Hoap Iron, from Inch lo li Inch, ,
Tinned Bancepaas with Cov-rs. BabblU Met. nU)nit '
Galvanised Gas I'lprs, I to Inh, 'j
Oalvanlard Iron Bucket aud Tubs, , . - rPv
1 Cabin Lamps and Lanterns, . II Mfith
C. C. Iron with, brass .nerds, ..-it jw wl
Fine ,Pocket Knives and -Steel -j
1 ' CrnaheJ Buftar; French Chocolata, ' thif S
French Peaae au oaturel, , i.u ui j
Malaga and Buliana Halaios, boa ftp'
Currants In Jars, Balad Oil. t . '
r.nlllver Oil. Curry rowoer,- r i.,
- ' Kaseuees f CaeUd Alarands. '
UwrxxxA Bait. Sanaaaes la Tins,
WhilUhire Loaf Cbeeae, ' ..tM
Dutch Loaf Cheese, Malt Viaear to iwv- ,
. Craam or Tartar, peei uwquiw.
Oio la Baskets and Hotrt. nora
lads Coops Co., Ala, Claret In
uu.. u in. By.hiMtm Arooiatie HcttnaPF '
DunvWirisk Twhiskey. Maa Han0 it.
BtockhoB Tar, Pitch In flt 4 ajok. ,
IWUaod Cenwni, Firs Bricks
It acksmlta CoaU -,i,kia Kal"i
Xnnts Tvtlow Metal and Crnnp-'
lmt Rtfla Powder In i lb Tina, 1
1 WO barren Kr Oil Snooks, ' f
1 Tons TT-st Hanley B. Cssi.
m 3MX mm - , Jl m Vh -U ' I am a . .f i xmW"
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