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Ihc ttjB.K(;i .Vi).im l-H ih.a port f r a- f ran. ico
M. f Htirda Ul. taking iur H(.'-v w.r'.h of
,fcT eu-oui.Ir".J tr- n..n!,ii: Ili it r..iuui riri J
blor la lti- ht,m.'. T!. t'-aiiin:.; ,Vnfiiinrt
kliil CJ r. SI., w lh ! ..(
Tb Cpaf m.U b .!u.: with If- f r"-:.t tt r!n an Jiy, a
m n to Uavr ui el mi th? il.
3 We tr. t fr..i li .N. IS. SMif.,.) Jjit i IM,rnrry f,t?i.
fMIowirjf ilrmi i f ii.l. r-t f.iir.mui x ati.t th- fl-- I.
. Tb dtra-'"o cf 31 Arctic bilr iiff 4' rm:rg In
j4 Arctic la ln;i, will worit a ri xfri.-rM-r lo u i:i tli.- wy
, imptxt.i ia 17 i m bn 2 rrtic mU ii im will arrive tU
tbe iUn.ul Mrlntrr h'-i. ami iufoi.i at i.izr-
X.a, ani arrrk4 4 Airtc oil unl ! ot.!y :it..it 2. .
rrri. t'tcm Mf 1 )f U"ji-r U imt-tl iiwr th n :j.' 0 ur-
' l ir-.) all fim in 1"7 J, irbuii wuM only f
j hfPi'lf ! J.ruO lh- year. 2u.l llKW in" li71.
lh prurke; ill fwr -:r irU t-'t rri !i. r i.ii-jrt . I ArifiC'il
' w a b ei(M. a::T tli- rxtreuir vir i f h' l- r may 1-i.J
iik t lorfraii'.r ."-n! oii b- rauM t(i: Ilfl, if 1
ml'P'y -of-.i uil. h ch ttM? up f..r ur Urg-
. Ifrlirx-OCT. fi;:r tfi nrwt wax rc. ivr. ,f the Arrlir J,u.
' I. Hare fl le. an-l v, ). Arri.c J hij. mi l I from
' iorr Lorul m. of lich 4 rre (.ruiTlv ir(ui h.i-r. if
" of" 11 whW 3ttr.l ami !.irh ai.l f r t'r Arct:c prvi.ju.
r , lam of th- i nrr- (jrnn wliar; 3 i-rtn
ntmlen bare bra orlrreI t the Arctic from ii- rrii hale
'V n ual. 1.? faratrnf, oq.1
-l.t frfn I f,.rt. l,,t.a
sn v-lr,-T. .. rt V . h.ia
c.inn. jo.! (ld.t ll-r-n i-n.
, forrly of 111- .Wv, of K.la irVi-rn, l,t lb. Arrtir. Th';
-. .' -vt of 11. will r jiulj-ie 24 Tnicia. of wburb xilv I Anieii-
a. - - " - - - ' , 1 . 1 - nillri-
r rm r .1 1 ll:.;.,n .... tk-.- : l - -
A . ii t?i. c4i r riur will
. . . obabiy bao bcra tb--r-, arwlf rvnt-r in Snn J ranri -rj
.jim I Hawaiian r lbrr in HJl. Si I ia:i-iC' w.il
4. ""' uiMiroti uen iurir eiitrierc r:r,ii.g to i
T i B "u"l. y b. J to i-ay for every Arc- '
4. ' cLWb''r b-" u" '1: Ctlv l from Ibat .rt. j
Ik . BT?J; " Urr rerlu' "" in ,-ur l.alim fleet, ;
tl II"1 '- n-w in f-J-t, h:f arr fx- aiiie, an-l .me !
T ' n',rlTe miil prxbabijr ckaji hnul. l-tre Ixrinj 6ul auu.
H j present prices b- i..iir'.l for Ihr-r year I c me. .rob-
j A1' DtirlJ cel woui.l j.j t a-r, bui it. Hie uncer- !
' Inty in ftlr, Trf.y ff..ra ut.t uii.-, an. l .r;rai.f ;
' ' A'emi! ?"l3r c ri-J for, aol n-t r. uote.1 up. i
al j . Tbcre W'-n at hin u ( oth' Uk St or on Kodmc !
i p9t eas'Mi. The Arctic ll-c baJ d .ix well up to the lime of '
t 4 for a, Ur- acra-. Tbe oil ala- d.med with the -hn i
taflwaa about l.arrria ami about li.0.'O noumla . f b-iue.
l ' fi"e "ere at wr avmc the bn ili.u Ul a?rii, aoJ
V ! Iaexprcleil th by tra.linj with tbei
j ; "suiwla may be g-4 j( them ittiin 3 ytai
taj . ctl that rune l h'nm may b- f.i
-ni tiut at le.o-t M.o0
year. It i n- t inijirob-
unl ziar where -tua.
jyoe.1, bat not at a lime tv r iu arch coielition aa to make il an
jer u e irieni. t i,e siiror w..ulI lianlly extnet to ave
ore man n.tii 14 tnemaeiTe of tl.e property recover..-.!, and
Nw-I wbatii t woul'l offr b tier t'ta U.
, Whale turn baa OH.tirmetl in Rel rt-Tnantl during the yr.
iiouKn m low price ; me prirra rane:' I oro 85 c r.it. g il. i
irly lu tie year, t- "'J cent. c'l. In October, when ibe t-n
. otitbV a:lc-a birc more t!.af aarr;aii.-.l i.ur iiuris ami I
; n aiaaatrcoa Arc in: oewa navinf come to banJ, hoiil'ra be- I
tew ia number, put Ihir pocea to $S p--r pouml ; sale !
la'ce made of tVmtli rt- at il.10. aal Arclic at $l.77l Hi, i
to, . i J'r cloaeil itb a at. ck of :MO,GOO M,ur(la, h'-IJ al '
,J WMri. There can le no iinprrt ol bone in 157J ecpt of
a" ml), -r. .-1 rMmK-.l-.n.l .....I .-,-.-.1.1. ; I . f
' H' "C, an unnii(i,i aa yet.
f premiiotw van HirB ir,e Cumtnrrlal Mutual Marine
Vl toioa Mutual Mamie ln.urai.re t.onipar.K. I.a.e ha. (
I aeir rea.ni rr re-ir;f..rc..l Lr Stock Notr-a. the f.rnierbv
S 110.000, and Ibe latter by JjoO.OoO. abowa tbl our preaeut
former ownrra io whaling, who have r.nnv. In tbe rencue to
fpteoiat the enorntoua lae by tbe Arctic ihaaatrr. beliee in t
, . 1u1u17.it uaniii, ii not aa excrxive aa in lie: paai ai hsuh :
j 'aairiia.iy aa rtuure-raioe.
i . - - - , . .
BJ.'MTb im(ort t,r li7.", we estimate, atitl le from ?S.0ri to !
,ooo barret. perin. 2S.ro V'Zvjxk burieU whale, ana ;5,ooo !
i- 1 011,0. a jxHimia boue.
WEDXESDJr. P.M.. MARCH 20. 1S72.
..tlf'iiB bark Dfawnrr, for VanrooTer'a IIanl, cleartd tliia
,.n a ..... carSo o, w,a.H. proUuce alue.j al aou.e
mtm i j . . . . ...... . .. . . . i
. Ian Daraeoiin jane A. r aikinoura ia uirnarieii.2 her i
oi rjoof lumtwr, flh ami ippj.-a ia j.oU order. j
rt The cUo.ier L ilam.i, Capt. Haiti-IJ, baa beea put on the j
ui -; me io nciia inu am. ran promises io ne a nae aauer ana
-' FRIDAr, MARCH 22, 1ST2.
UA fa, Th bark Comtl, from Fan Francinco, arrived the evening
J j the 20ih, with freight ta C. Brewer & Co. Having a large
xl er on d- ck. Captain Fuller wan oi-liged to ue great caution
I4 I coming down, hence the comparatively long paeaage 19
H4 'ays. The Cesief brings aTne day later new, which will be
r.t I'und In cor telegraphic dispatches.
'a . i
Taj I J Bartow ael.e to-day the k-aae of two parcels of Iacil in Koo- 1
domestic raoDixE roR the week.
10 SMa.aea, bbls
54 Peanut, hag..
51 Paddy, boga
7 Rice, bag
..... 121 Sheep......
..... I rugar Cane, bndls
..... 11 Sw-t l'ota.)es, bags. . .
. iaUII-ZT-, INI(V.....4
j owla. doa
.t Skins, pes..
'IX ugar, kegs
.... Si bags.........
40 Turkeys, doz. .......
47s Tallow, brls
3 Tobacco, bndls
..... 34 WalerrueM.a.
' iananaa, bnch. . .
j Hutter. keg...,.
I K I
"M irruies. dcs
We cliD the t.llowine from the Alta-t Citv Trade Renort of !
lie 1st instant :
4 Sroaa The agents of the California Refinery have marked
jma ineir prices, to lake enect marcn 1st. lie quote: lum,
tje: Circle A and Fine Cruahed. 124c; Powdered. 12ic :
jranoUted. ic pUln Golden C, lujc; extra Golden C, 11c j
V m rreis.
j; Ftora-Markct rem.Vna qcl.-t. Sales of 500 barrels Ore . ;
I on extra at agent s rat's. We quote standard brands of I
Jreoaetra al & 37i, and Kal brands as follow. Su-
i -erilne at $5 5oii 7i, and extra at $0 ao.-it 6 75, iu sacks per
Potatoes Dull at 4KfS0c per 100 pounds. j
New Yo.-, February 2!Hh.
I I r . . a. . T,.. no . e.i.. i ... r. i
i ii- c rwi. asry,c, aiicu, JC, orrcn, IJC.
1 OtL Quiet. tienn, (1 60il 70 : inter BK-iched, $1 70
ill T5 W hale. 7ao ; do. Winter Bleached, 83iS5c.
1; Wool steady. Spring. One, UM-Uc ; burry, 30.233c;
'jailed, &0.53c ; Fall, California, - UZ'.c per kuii1.
1 .... - r
PORT Or HONOLULU, II. I.
14 Schr Kcotii Ana. Llkeke, from Aruihola, Kanai.
10 sVhr Rob Koy, Jim, from Koolau.
lft Mchr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from l-nliaina, Maui,
lft in-hr l.iliu, Walum, from Koolau.
Id ! hr l inuokawai, Anakalea, fia Xawitiwiti, Kauai.
17 Srhr Fairy Uueen. Kaaina. from Il.maiei. Kauai.
17 Schr flattie, Kaapnoi. from Nawiliwi'.i. Kauai.
17 r Pauahi, Revnolda, fn-tn Lahaina, Maui.
1 7 H. hr 0ana. Kalua, fr -m WaialuA.
1'i Am bktn Jane A Falkiuborg, Catbcart, 22 days
from Portland, O.
20 Pchr Jenny. Hums, from Waimea A- Knlo. KauaL
!chr Mary Ellen, Jim, from Nawilinili, Kauai.
2- Am bk Comet, Fuller. llday from San Francisco.
21 Srhr Nettie Merrill. Crane, from l.aha na. Maui.
52 S hr Warwick, John. Hull, from Pukoo. Molokai.
Stmr Ki an'iu McGritf r. from Hawaii and Maui.
.1 Scnr Old Fellow. Jim, from llil v. Hawaii.
3 Si hr Moi Keikl, Green, frjin bahului, Maui.
IS tn sttnr Montana, Itpidge. for Man Fmncix-n.
14 Nr G'-r bk Malviua. h.ujje, for Jarvis Island.
Id Sc-r Act.ve. llopu, l"r llilo. Hawaii.
15 Schr .eilie Merrill, Crane. I -r Latiaina, Maui.
H ichr Ka M i. laU, for Kahului. Maui
1, . hr Manuokawai, Aiiakalea.lor Nawiliwili, Kauai.
10 :.-tir Rob Roy, Jim. fr K-il.iu.
t A-hr Kenni Ana, l.ikeke. f -r Anahota, Kanai.
IJ.-hr I llama, llattiel.l, f.r Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
I Schr Jiunita. PuJom for Kaunakakai, Molokai.
2 S- hr Pauahi. Reytk-ld. for l ahaina. .Maui.
ilS. hr Waiola, AUpai. for IlaUwa, Molokai.
21 Km bk Iela ware, Roaiins. for Victoria, V 1.
Schr Fairy Queen, Kaaiu, f r llanulci. Kauai.
MEM OKA M..
RtroiTor Ban OoT.-I.ert San Francisco March 1st,
I 7 A. M. with light breeze fn-ro E. and f..gcy weath-r Next!
oar days m.xier.te wind from vv,whu-S irrm oated in a j
rals froo WNVV, and died out calm for the fallowing fire days.
jarch i-2ih,-rxkebrkeotioeyaae a. aJkinLtrg. bound i !
loooiuiu; hare bad g lod ira:-s mo-t cf the time, with ihe
tceptton of ibe la-l iwo days bef-re makirur ihe land. Saw :
nolokai March -Jut h, at A. M. bearing V by S, dmtance.
K miles. Have had to be very carelul ou account of the Urge ;
Killer oo deck j 19 days passage.
r - Foa Sas Facisco Per Muntana. March 16th W It
1 t man and wife. Clarence King. Arnold llngne. Mrs J Ci
a Whee, Jas G Mactay, wife and on. Jas Wood. Michael Cook.
t laa Mr.mlt. John lav tor. John Tbaab, J W G. tl and wile R
! Thomas and daug'aier. W Burling, wife and children, .Mrs
rr'0 a a , . i
r, Mrs Babcock ai d daughter.G O W il- !
rn. F Chn. Miss Co.t.r. MUs Stirling. ,
1 J Eldrige and daughter,
I ioa sad wile. Mrs Osborn.
t 4,SZ$L iSii-Hu i "0- d's the foregoing bit of history read to
?ope. J Kerne, il II Hanna, T II Raistm, ii Worth. Ii P : no l0ye truth and fair dealing?
Curtis, wife an.1 child. Mrs Ashbaruer, J M Eurt, aodWin "
; -ranaiiu fi om Auckland. ! In view of any pessible but perfectly charac-
. Fo accbld Per Xerada, March is.h II Fosbrookc, : teristic attempt by the Minister t j shift th.e re
I toha Panch d, acd 17 in trausita from San Francisco. j . .. , . , ,
; ! eponsibilty, we again suggest that he read the
I ' r.r.a. tn P IT. lnl March VSth Tn-eive Ral Mr I ' J " 170
Fo Wishwaso Pokts Per Kilanea. March 15 Jndge i
VVidetnann. Mias P idetnann. Misa E Widemann, Miss r
pcucer, Mrs J C Ffluger, Ilia Ex C C Harris, Ilia LiJ M
Smith. Mias Harris. A f Jones.CaptRoaa.il J .Mm-w. W
Dooally. Chas Drews, W II Cornwcii. wile and chid, W C
Parke. Geo Dean. Res- J F P cue. NV R Brown. I N Maker,
3 Casile, Joha Jones. II R Hitchcock. Mias ff-pencer, 1 Ka
oaoa, wife aa4 child, Akans, and 75 deck.
Faow gax Fa ascisco Per Comet. M-rrh 20ih : ACUw-:fj,e
n, Howard Stidmano, John Menace, NVui I!enhaw, C Ttiat-
m. Wot HoUzoiann.
i Flos Koto Per Jenny, March 2Jih Capt I.nce, Mias
Lace, ad deck.
I Tnom W,!,0w. Pc.Ts-rer Kilauea. Mnrch 23-C R
Mattooa & wlf-. Col Spalding Ac wic Miss t hamt-rlain. Mias
M Beck ey. Mrs Wm HeckieT. Mrs F Beckley. W C Parke,
Her Ex B Kseiikotani. v c Jones. F W paty. Muter Wight, I
M Bc&fls.'d, 9 .
N Castle, an 1 M deck. w4.
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t ygy Hai to'MUi Cs.ioli.is lizsbetu WgtL. j
H Wltflaws JoR.rso." In tcis city, on Thursday March
; 2lst. aet!e residence of tZ. H. Ltwers. Esq., by Rer. W.
i'rar. Mr. Cr.o. C. WittltM to MissSsiaH E. Johssox
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SATURDAY, MARCH 23.
The History of the Decree.
The very natural inference which would obtain
i by reading the jroclamation of May 5th, 1SG4,
;r.r. ! nnr i.ano ifur.l.v ift would .
aH KITtn " our ,"8ne 01 ftafurUay last, WOU1U Te
o..rlntn rk) I.-t i. .ru uru.ri lli.. ri.,tila anil I IK.
. . . .
CrtlCS OI tllC I OJplC CXI6ieU atlU W ere ai'piircIK in
the t'omract of 18o2, and vvliich tliey had out-
I i .i.A c . ... ,...i ,.i .. l .
truwil, lllKl lll.iL niu l"ih:iii"ii tin nnicj io v..iu
a Convention for the purioso of enlarging those
; rights and privileges surely, not to initiate rev
' olution, and a rctrognido policy.
Son after the proclaiuation was i-sucd, a writer
aj.rd ; tlis jllral oveP flie ajgnature of C.
! C. II. the present Minister of Foreign Affairs.
then the head and front of the conspiracy and
lc wrote as follows, On the proposed revision of
the Constitution :
"To suppose lh.it they (Constitution and Laws)
woulJ not nee-1 change, is as if one was to make a
eait of clothes for a boy of six, thinking that they
would fit bim when he should become a man, and
that he should contiuue to wear them all the days of
These words were intended to give the impres-
!. .t . ii ?: - r i-l
sion mai trie Hawaiian oi uiai uate i.au po pro-
grcieJ as to have outgrown the Constitution of
1852, and that the intention was to enlarge the
provisions of the new Compact, so as to allow
liberty for both past and future political growth.
C. C. II. then goes on to cay :
h His Majesty is desirous of referring back the
io Constitution to the parties that made it, to the con
'i2 i tltutt"? power, tbe italics are not ours to n.eetthe
I J delegates of the people, freely elected, and tbe Nobles,
6 ! on equal terms, in a frank and confi lential manner
j to talk with them face to face, and to see whether any
i changes should be made in the fundamental Jaws of
the Kingdom for the commou good believing that
He has no interests distinct from the interests of all
His people nay, believing most earnestly that His
sma'lest interest is dependent on their well-being,
and being sure , that his whole huppiness is wrapped
in theirs. In this Convention, if the people accept
His invitation, they will be represented hy tuenty-
t, rrn delenrfites. beinir thus, if thev bind toirethcr. an
overwhelming majority, inasmuch as the number of
- , , ,, . i t .i . i
Nobles will Hot be increased, SO that no changes
can be adopted without their consent. There is no
concealed thought in this Proclamation it means
just what it says, and r. more. There is no desire
a?d no intention to seek to lay any new burdens on
iiie leuilie. Ol ill uisiuiu oic nvn loiniiuuiii vmvi
- . .
things no craving for power, no thought of propos
ing anything not in the interest of the people. If the
delegates shall meet the King in the spirit of confi
dence in which He will ratet them, good will certainly
be educed ; but if, on the contrary, they choose to
meet Him in tho? spirit of distrust and obstinate, un-
reasonable oppcsitioit, though no good will come of i
the Convention, most certainly no harm can come of
it." The King "intends to respect and
seeks to cause them to value that Government as a
social compact, of which He is the head and that
that compact has for its only end and aim the com
mon zoo'l. He iuvites the people to listen
to Him with the same respect that He will listen to
them or their delegates, and requires nothing more.
If the Convention is willing to adopt nn
improved -Constitution, it is well ; if not, the Consti
tution stands as it is."
Well may our readers rub their eye, and
doubt the c idence of their senses, after reading
the foregoing, but this is just the identical smooth,
seductive, ingenuous Founding language used by
our Alcibiades iu pre-Convention times.
The pleasant idea of meeting the delegates ' on
equal terms in a frank and confidential manner,"
I h ses its force, when taken in connection with tl e
! reu arks of the lion. C. II. Iiishop, before quoted
j by us. to the effect that the proposed amendments
' had not been published, and only the King and
A w -
Ministers knew anything about what was to be
done, and the way the matter had been managed
was not in accordance with a spirit of liberality;
J withheld and the pevpie
j kept in the dark."
' The assurances given by C. C. II. that the
; delegates bad an overwhelming majority, so that
I no changes could be adopted without their con-
pent ; that if the Convention should be willing to
. ill n
auopi an improve i t. tmsuiuuuu iv houkj m- inn
;f . , ( .;. . n st.ln.l a, Jt
" not l,,c Constitution woui.l stami as ii was,
an,i that if the delegates were obstinate, though
no good would CO'.ne of the Convention, most
, , , , r - ,t,-.
vcililllliy Il-7 liuiui nuutu le.-uu iiuiu il ,
not harmonize with the following extracts from
the King's speech dissolving the Convention :
"This is the fifth diy of the discussion of this
Article n the right of suffrage and it is certain
that the delegates coul I not pass the Article.
Therefore the Convention terminates now.
I. therefore, take away the Constitution of 1S-52,
, ... J . . ,,
and I will give you a Constitution.'
first two sentences of Article 31 of the Royal
Decree of IMjJ.
Yesterday, March 22d, was the birth-day of the
Emperor Wiliiani I. of Germany. He was born
in the year 1797, and is consequently seventy-
years of age. He
' , . , ....... ...
i Frederick illiam I .,
He succeeded his brother,
as King of Prussia, Jan-
i uary 2d. 1?0I, and was crowned Emperor of
;rnited Germany. Januarv ISth, 1S71. He oc-
a position of rank, power and influence
' Fclduni exceeded in magnitude in the world's his-
tory of kin"S OT emromrs. It i not t0 mncll to
; J " 1 oiuc.i u
sav that in his hands to-day are held the destinies
TT. ..... .
! iui j--cacc ui viar ui i.uroj-.tr. ins rcspjnSiOinties
, are great, but equally great is the confidence re
i posed in his wisdom and moderation. Successful
With Feared V a Tarnl!il in wnr Iip i nn fir-nf
I'er of peace, and there is every reason to liore
that Europe, controlled by the influences of him-
eelf and his dynasty, may enjoy many years of
j I'i;iiii.i.v euie of our Irir-h fcll iw citizens re-
in. iiiIhtcI t!iat li-t Sun iiy vrtin tlic 1 7tf i cf
.M.mli, iiii-i qiiK-tiy UiJ iiuri. r
t j the memory of
iii? rtrou ."iini ui u.c i.Uit-raia iui e are
ri-niui'lt'l tl.nt in other t otintrk-", Caiifjrnia
. . - - i T t 1 T ' .
am iir tie rcs-t, Mt. l'iitrickH is ceiebrateil
. with i.o little entlnihi.irm. At tl.e-Hj iIari'J-- tLc
17tii of March was fr m.my years oLerve'i as a
i great hli I.iy, as lir: the anniversary of the
; birth of Krtiiieh;i:iieLa III. Ainuii our Iris-h
I r i l ntn ..f th'.'e tiim.-s, the Kin;; of Hawaii was
teemed a." d juLiy Lviire l in haviri heen b -rn
j mi si) lucky a day. 1! jrr-e noes r-icnics. aiutes
uraiT and ntral jiiity was trie order of the
d.iv un the 17th twenty or twenty five years ao.
Hut this is a far different cm, and even .t. I'at
! rick i. r-carecly ieiu m'-eied v.ith u- i.w. The
jatron .Stint of I rotund is -hi i in i l..wevT hy
: the Scotch as a native of their -untry. '1 hey
! s.ty that l.e a h rn near li!mb:trtn, and that
, lie founded many churches in North Britain be
1 fore nailing from Port Patrick for Ireland. Ar
t" rived there, he energetically set to work convert- be upend scratching that Pumpkin's back and tick
It fti'io . Iin2 its i les. till the i jll v little snuasb swelled out
,k- 4 in" the heathen :imt.' whr.m there was no . , , , '. 1 ' Ji . . . . , .
' 1 ' " " n into a'de' inamc proportions : .it so stout indeed.
fii444oa. ! " refure of civilization" at that time) atid fjund- th it as i:,.bis-n a-st red me the other day. that
i ing churches. In exj laining the doctrine of the
I ... . . , , i i r r . r :t a rv... i
i 1 rinitv, he t'lucked a leaf ul trefoil, and showed
j i""o. i
how tliree leaves might be united and yet be but
one. Tho t-hamrock ha.9 therefore been recog
nized ftf the national emblem ever t-ince. Ttie
eaint is also fcaid to have charmed all reptiles
from the island, so that none can exist there;
and also to have taught the natives the true art
of mixing their liquor they formerly drank it
neat ' an art which has never since been lost,
whatever else of his teachings they may have
forgotten. He died A. D. 132, at the good old
age of 12, and was buried in the cathedral city
of I) own. For some r i ms reason, the Reformers
; left St. Patrick's name out of the Calendar, but
j an Order of Knighthood was established in his
: honor by (ieorge 111., and there appears but lit-
tie likelihood of the day being forgotten bv the
saint's adopted countrymen.
Iel ter J 'roni Jlilo.
Hn.o. March 10th. 1S72. ;
To th? Kl'itor of the Pacific Ccrninerciul Aduei fisr : j
PkaK Sir : Since my last we have bail one j
nijrlit's tain and u few slight showers, sufficient to
refresh the vniiu cane but wittiout effect on the ;
i water p w-rs, and the prospect is a brilliant j
' tjfoioa. j
I New auxiliary water-heads have been sought t
i for and streams have been and are being made avail- !
able from lonz divances. in some cases with success, J
; in others, undetei mined as yet. The canes are j
i what they call deud-i ipe, and as you may conceive. ,
I tbe juice i very licb. but unless we have rain, and
a gtiod deal of it wilbiti tbe next three or four '
weeks, there will be a very serious loss to the Ililo I
Sujzar Plantations. ;
j I am not sure Ibat we have any right to discuss !
I these matters tiiror.gb the uudium ol your paper. 1
' Tbe great " ipsy dixy ,? of your Capitol, (and of all
creation it seems to think) looms so threateningly
i across tbe wav with all a Minor Audacity's storm
j clouds of fire, thunder and cracked lightning, tbat
" requires more man oiutuaty fen-jioe-Mou uuu ,
j confidence to face the self-crowned Ko, with his !
I we" styled rehashes ot envy, spleen and prosy ;
j TrX'T'the- Editor, as we know him. is bold (I I
had almost written brazm.) enough to assume all '
l"e lt"a,uf a:s 'V- . . ' ' speahiiiK i
purenoiogicaiiy, mai ui." uraui uiiim. ut niangeiy .
deficient in the organs of approbativeness aud self-
r-l....oi I. ip lit oi'U now. eilo-i t In' nil I llorstim ol SUCH
. . .....
v , ,, , . " ,. , i-i i
masses ot dull, droning, dismal didactics, such
Dogbeirydike pride ot loug ears, such monitorical
lectures.' lacking point and pertinence, and such
, . . . i . . ,
utu r verdancy in tbe Art Lditoi lal. must suggest
.Mime motive far away from independence, and an
amount of self-denial and self-sacriHcn which is ;
his own business ol course. i wonder it he will
allow a fellow to feel sorry for him? Anyhow,
we'll resume our subject at, a venture. Un are
aware tbl.t liilo in former years enjoyed what may
i ti i ii. . i .; .. I, .. ..o .....I. i..llT-
be called a bad reputation. It was proverbially
rainy, so tbat on the approach of wet seasons to
tbe older districts of this Island it would be re
marked. " H'no he come!'' Of late years ihe cli
mate has become modified, and I know no other
place in tbe world wbere a more delightful distri
bution of wet and dry weather could have been
experienced. It is said that one year, witbin the
la-r fifteen, was similar to this, but I doubt it.
! What Can be I lie matter tlieni tin .. Sis.e ol
! Hawaii tbe forests, thoucll terribly scarred in
i places, have not suffered su.'hcii'iitly to account for
: ibis sudden superlative change. We must be
! going somewhere, drifting with the solar system
: towards ilrv elher and umuoac him' the influences
f.f that vast mysterv wberein our gr'ater and j
eccentue centre dwell. 1 lie snow on .Mauua ivea
used to last all the year round. I have sat on it.
lingered it. snow-balled with it. carried much of it
down to tropical Kawaihae as late as August, but j
now-a-days it all disappears before .May, and can i
only be found in crevices w here sunshine never !
Another season like the present will revolution- ;
ize tbe motive powers here, when water must be
economized into steam, whilst tbe flume system,
precious as it is. must well Job's comforters are
nowhere popular, so I'll leave that speculation J
I read in some magazine lately a ".New ineorv.t
of Karlliotiakes ." wbeiein the author attributes the !
oritrinal shocks to local disturbances of suil'ace i
1 . v l
electricity, and he reasons well. Then after such
unprecedented change in the normal conditions ot
tbe weather. I am curious, (w ithout being a bit
.. . .
anxious for another hh, ,h,,rk.) to see how we shall
COine out. l'or 1 do believe Ih-U at present tliere
liiust he a lie. ivy balance of electricity due some-
wh n.-. and ii we get the equilibrium restored
without convulsion, we shall have something Io be
thankful for. There haw been some slight shocks
Tl... c.-.nr rt:,-c ..!!, in h ilfnn l-.nnr ..ml nn
Other vessel is liere unleeu tliere is out little
freight for any. Such sugar as has been made is
of very superior quality. I saw a sample from the
' Kaupaknea Plantation, which can scarcely be ex-
celled, and at Kaiw iki from the sorgbarn pan. vety
j beautiful sugar has been made, far finer than any
; lieret.-f re from that plantation, ("apt Spencer
j also made; first-class sugar before tbe water left
I Prayers for rain would hardly be out of place
j just now. and if I have dwelt too much on the
! subject, it is because ot its prime importance aud
the lack ot any other. lours truly,
On of the Itol'usso.
Editor Commercial Advertiser Sir : I am one j
of those who have been forcibly struck aud hurt by the j
designation refuse of civilization " used by tbe '
Pean of Rochester in his sermon preached upon the j
occasion of the consecration of a Bishop for this See. i
To draw it very mil l, I think that the reverend gen- i
tlemau was very unfortunate in his choice of words !
and forms of expression, inasmuch that we are either i
over civilized," (beyond what is considered cxpedi- !
ent hy the Dean of Rochester probably) or else we
are the " refuse of civilization " ; in either case it
would seem tbat the chief recommendation that the
newly consecrated Bishop possesses, is the experience
that he has had amongst navvies and dock laborers.
I sincerely hope that something bes.des "an act cf
the imagination " will be the first of the new Bishop's
labors here ; we have had quite enough of the purely
imaginative, as witness the reports of Bishop Staley ;
and I might add the building of a " Cathedral,"
were it Dot that the latter has a. foundation in fact.
The term " slavish liberality " used by the Rever
end Dean is a good one, but what does it mean ? It !
j may he that allusion is made to the conditions under j
winch tne torms ot lue L-nuren were a'iministerei i
in Ireland before the disestablishment, or but I give j
it up. I am glad to see that the Dean of Rochester, j
formerly Master of Balloil College, has a proper
d.siike for the Fuseyi-Staley-cal form of service once j
attempted here ; at least I judge that he has from
the danger that he seems to think The Church has j
leen iu, of being evaporated in fanciful clouds of
mysticism." Ju.t fiucy tbe new Bishop ' evapora-
i ting in fanciful." i. e., red, white and blue, scalloped,
tuckel and frilled " clouds of mingled persptra- ;
tion, dust, incense and "mysticism!" How the;
" nfuse of civilization " would stare ! I am sorry 1
for the new Bishop. In the first place, he is " rent !
from the ties of home and blood," and theu still more j
lacerated by being " torn away from his flock "
(tbe dock ltbcrers aforesaid) and to cap the climax !
is oouge i to excaange me position oi " parisa priest j
of Brompton " which we are tell was "cut out of j
Guilford by Chatham," probably during one cf that j
noble lorl's brilliant naval engagements and ex-
chinge all th's for the Bishopric and See of Honolulu, j
Polynesia, and the Pacific Ocein !
The trying ordeals that he has gone through will .
have one good effect ; he will be fully prepared fur '
anything from a c innibalistio feast, where he may j
serve as the pifce de rnitnnce, or escaping tbat
which in the opinion of the D of R., is quite proba- j
ble, be brought in contact with ' over-civilized " j
community, that never hal the f f a school- i
ing at Balloil, aud are therefo' 1 i
-V 31tlttt'l' J'iiiii j)4.in.
We have rcci-ivt d from orr fri.'mUbe Captain of
n., .. K.-culur I.ih-.ir A P--krt."th fathor of all
pumpkins, that ruea.-m ovt-r five tt-ft Iocj,
wt-ighs a LiKi.lreJ potir.il-. :uii is to !. raado into
rive hundred pumpkin pus. The fo'iowiaj letter,
adJre?fed u Sam." accompanied the yegetaLle.
Ve tiave no id-.i who thi a:a i-1. unless it mi? be
a person supposed to be ai acqiiaiutance of the
writers in th fr i:!'?, n' wtora they speak famil
iarly sometimes :
LAiivirtA. Mrch 20cb. IS72.
rrK Sm: The genr.i! :inpre.-i.n s.t around
that tt.e KJitor tf the Li
lii'-i j lied under a
in Ik panlihed the Kern
whales -teai!r.S coeaaut
occtirrenee has jut tikea p! toe t!;.i; causes the in
tabitaTts i.f tbi lively lit! village t be of opinion
tb.it L wasn't " tar :tt " after ail. i'ee.pie up
here. j;eerally l.ke to .Vive thir.is i-rne limp
ki:'.." and ur lespett'd friend .Mr. Henry J.mes
Ihliri-on h.is bee:i i.j the h;tbi; cf ruiin the
p!i:i:i'!!iiS ..r them iu it With. He h;iS been
sui. ly e.ed (f idle br tiie depredations ia bis
garden p.itcb. r i:r- p.t:t:-s nnkn-jWH. (.)ne
pir.ieular ft '.it. fscupea fr a time the raiders. a::d
Mr. II., jieiteil and nnrs-d that individual, from the
first dawn of r'lmnkiniieod. Hour after hour did
pumpkin could not see i:s ow n leet. Put Uol.ins n
i disconsolate now. Same wretch entered, and
, , . .. ... . ,
stole iiwaj ttiat pumpkin, a ntirht or two ago, and
Kobinson weeps and niil not be comforted.
j:it now conies the stranze patt of the story.
The d ctor glided out ttirot;,:b the passage in his
liht canoe yesterd ty. picked out the fattest shark
he C"ii!d fiud grazing oil ihe reef, inserted Lis
linger in tbe animal's ere. trid led bim ashore to
examine his liver. Puring the process of dissection
he discovered a la rye aud peculiarly shaped
deposit or body, in the valvular melix of tbe con- j
ge:-to polyglot region. Ihibinson declares sobbingly
tiiat it is h pumpkin, tnd tbat tbe shark stole it.
Capt. Hemn stys it's all fudge; tbat it aint a :
pumpkin, but that he knows what it is. Says he ;
has seen things just like it before, and tbat people ;
here don't know how to mmage these affairs. He I
has taken it aboard ibe AV.'iV. says he is going to !
put it under the hntcf.es and see w h:it it will come i
to. lo go and sen it Sam. and tell us what you '
tbink ; you have been iu the chicken business con- j
siderably and ought t know all about these
matters, and we depend on your opinion. And ;
say, Oh! say. Sam. do sharks have eggs?
Am I not fondly thine own?
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE!
This Saturday E veiling, March 23d.
DRAWING ROOM ENTERTAINMENT !
Consistinj of Comedy . Farce. Fashionable and Se-
lent Renlinrfx :ral Ritftattons, j
Uy Ihe Fitaorito una Wrll-knowu Artiata j
Madame Maria Duret Le Roy and Mr. J. !
II. Le Roy. i
Doors open at 74 o'clock ; lVrforaance commence at 8 o'clock, j
XT Admijiion Dress Circle, f 1.00: Au.litorium Front, 75 cts.
Auditorium. Rear, 25 cents. j
7. MKCH.4MC" EXG1XK COM-
"'aVaeerT PANV No 2. Mmbi h are hereby no! i lied
-P-feV that a Special Meeting of the Company is callM
K''-'tf for Hi i rsnliirilny) Kvi-niiiu. at "i
oV-i.H'k. .v mil and prompt ut:eiidatit-e is rtquested. as busi
tie.s of importatice will be discussed. liy ORDER.
For the Navigator Islands.
a. -r- PARTIES WISIIIX
PARTIES WISIIIXG TO TAKE
i passaire to the above Isl .nds, i
iSi : v m reasonable termn. tnav inquii
ROLLM ANN'S Coffee Saloon,
in a firKt-class vessel.
iniiiire for particulars nt
.- i ii i t i i-nft..., y-j n,in ,nn Lin.i lint
! ' --- - ,
! DA , between 12 and 3 o clocK. r. M.
! A .MEETINC OF THE CREDITORS OF
; f Myu itl'yi-ji.T'V
I nilcrsiciied on V hDNhslA. 27th tnst.. at 10 o clock, A. M.
j u " AV L green. Guardian of w. liumphrevs.
PUBLIC NOTICE !
rsilIE lXI)ERSIi;KI) IIAVIXG P II R -
chased all the Cattle runninir on the SnitTin and all other
Kula Lands of East Maui, hereby ft.rhid all persons, under
j penalty of beii g pr. c-ed.-.l a.'.iint at law, from purchasing,
driving or branding-any of mid cattle. 'W
tbe folloi is our reiti.teced brand, and
ail persons are hereby warned against using or
imitating the fame.
A KAN A Jfc CO.
Honolulu, March 19, 1872. mh2:l 6:u
S IIRREItr GIVEN THAT THE PART-
nerbip existing b tween the undersigned and All VKas
Retail Storekeepers was dissolved on the twentieth day of
Ft-hraary la?t. '1 he business is now carried on hy the under.
,' signed on his own accoure. All FoK.
llono'ulu, March -iOili, 1S72.
PA RTXERSMIP II EKETOFORE
a, existing between Ah Clone and Ah Kim in the K.-stau-
rant luine nt the Cant, tl II tel in this city is this day dis
solved by mutml consent, and the business will hereafter be
carried on under the name a'd !tyle of Ah Kiui and Ah I'io.
Honolulu, March 2 1st, W. A II KIM,
mh23 4t J All I'IO.
AM VIXG HAVING Fl'RCIIASEO THE
plant of the KAKKKY la'ely carried oo by LAM YKT
Solicits the patronage of the nutoin rs of the late proprietor.
THAT I WILL,
J.N- KlKJILlM I.AIi.ll
ait.-r the ii it.-or this,
Nuuanu Val.ey. March 22,172.
LLCV G. TliLltSlo.V.
MV AHiENE FROM THIS
' n W r
Kingdom Jir. cii a. t. GILICK w lll.emy duly au-
l""r Ee" -. ie ciurgpur my "letj-;
i Honolulu. March 6;h. 1S72. " ' sw'w ml,7 tf
K0NSULAT DES LEUTSCHEN REICHS.
j A. f.I.EX AI'S EI.SAv.sr.OT II R I X' G E X
' her.it.imnienden l'ers.ten wirl hier-iunh zur Keniuni-s
! V or. o-ts-. eiii ourcii UaMiohe IO u liskai.7. er amt an das
vaiseriiche Konsnhit uelx-r cit:eites Cir ular. betn ITetid
' fc Pie in ill-Ill 1 ricdeosvertriie v.hy. 1(1 nnil .Id.- Vi-aal
Conventi-.n voin 11 lt-ceinheriS71 resp. dem Scbluss protokolle
enthattenen I'estim i uniren teber die aalil der aim Flsass
Iiltir.ng-n herstanuneii en P-rson' n zwiscueu der deutsclieu
und der fra'izoesisehen Natioralitat.'"
zur Kinsicht der hiesien Intere-senten im Kaiserlicl.cn
K'insul ite bereit lu-L-t.
nih:3 llonoiittu. icn 22 Marz. IS72. 4t
STEAM SAW AM1 PLANING MILL !
MR. C. TORr.ERT.
C. II. LKWKKs)
ES1M.AXAOE, - -
- - - MOXOLILI'.
EVERY FArilMTl F.)K SAYVIXG, PLAX
INU AM) "JCKNINU.
Special Attention Paid o Orifers from House and
Firewood Sawed to Order
itual it Slock of Sirni ii Wood iilvraya
Table L'gs. Red rests.
Cah&ct.shes. dc. dc. dc,
On Hand and Tnrnfd ti Order on Short otice.
N OTICE !
rF,HE VALUE OF I EO X IN FOREIGX MAR---
KETS having grea-ly alvanced, the Undersigned are
compelled to raise their prices is follows:
- - 6 cts. per lb,
- - 10 cts. per lb.
10 cts. per lb.
- 9 cts. per lb.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Per rVevnda niici .llontnaia,
AN ASST. OF NEW GOODS!
CALL AND EXAM HE.
u n a :v d
LOTT 12 UY
FOUR, HUNDIiED P2IZES, will be drawn
SATURDAY, THE 2&1 initial, at
AT LIEEFTY HALL.
S P. M.
xy A small number of Chanes Fcr Sale yet. jr
It II. TOLLMAN N.
ARRIVAL OF THE
IZark cntinc J. . Falkiiiburg.
OR SALE BY CASTLE Sc. COOKE,
Assorted Lumber, Ebls md half bbls Salmon,
mhi3 lm K';s of 0re?en Dried Apple.
X 3NT S XT 3NT O 23
A X I .
Not. 3 1 and 33 Viar Strrei, X. V
ROBERT L. CA?E
TUEJ. R. WtTMOKE.
ISAAC II. ALLEN
PK EM DENT
THE SECURITY LIFE
Advantages nnsarpassed lulls tc ruis of on-for-feltnre
expressed In all Its polirlrs, Absolote Ur
moval of all Restrictions on Travel doing away
with Extra Rates and Penults, having no Contested
Claims, aud asking no unnecessary questions.
Latest official retarns of over Seventy Life Insurance
Companies now doing badness lu the l uited
States, ranks the SF.t I CITV LI I F. as
second to none in point of In
crease of badness fur
IS? 1 over ls0.
Though this Company has demonstrate,! the value of Life
Insurance by distributing anions the
I Widows & Orphans of 320 Members
Sum of nearly $800,000,
Its losses, in prop rtion to the numln-r of the insured and the
1 amount of iu.urance, have been remarkably few and 1 : ae ti t .
' To everv r.ei-..n seeking mutual insurance this fact is verv
The cost of Ihe Insurance depends upon the vitality of the
Company in which you insure, and the best proof i f inherent
vitality is the low ratio i f ciain.s in the past.
Ratio ot losses on new business of 1870, not one dollar on a
27ie Prompt Commissioners of the AVic J'orA; Life
Insurance Department thus report of the
y'e now come to a brilliant, onward, approved embodiment
j of American life Insurance the Security Life Insurance Com
j pany of New York. A politician would say. the Se-urity is
' the iitople's choice. It has certainly strong (mpular endorse
' ment. Hy the Atlantic, the Mississ-ppi, and the Pacific, the
i voice of thousands speak it tiiir. 'II. e Security attained the
i preatest increase of annual business in 1S70 over 18ti9 of Ml
' ihe life companies of the L'nited States. When this Is consid
! ered In connection with the past progress of the office, its
I future rank on the life roll i a subject of nodifticult conjecture,
j l?ven with the additions cf 1S70 there is no disproportionate
; outgrowth. It has been regularly built up to the present pro
i portion, not suddenly projected forward. It has passed ahead
i of other compat.i.-s by the due operation and momentum of its
j own normal law of accumulation.
A ue.it nt Honolulu.
X'. 1J. This is the only Company in the
United States who Charge no extra rate
for INSURANCE on WOMEN' or for
THE GLOBE HOTEL !
KING STREET. XEAR CORNER OF
1-oi t Street, Honolulu, II. I.
.w fares, N'rw funillurr. New Plsries.
New everything. The undersigned, is pleased toi.ifortn the pub
lic generally that he has purchased the above well known prem
ises for the purpose of c irryniif on a first-class hotel business
in all i:s branches, and bavin had the same completely reno
vated and elegantly furnished in every pari ic-tiNr, it is now open
f..r the reception of (f'-ests. The larder will be supplied with
the best the market affords. Also, having engaged the services
of a first-class Ch-fe ile Cuisine, he is prepared to suit the
taste of the most fastidious, and no expense or pains will be
spared to make this hotel the f ivorite with the public of Hono
lulu. Iieiii); centrally Inc ited and free lr.nn dust n I inconve
niences, it offers great inducements for m.rchants and others to
pive him a call. He hopes by strict interne n to the wants and
comforts ot lus puests, t i merit a liberal share cf public pat
ronat'e. Terms reasonable, further particulars made known
bv i piyii.g on the premises, to
"ma bin D. A. THAYKR, Proprietor.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE !
B appointed temporary Administrator of the est-ite
late P. 11. TRKAlWA , requests all persons having any
Claims npainst the paid estate, to present Hie same to the un
dersignad ; and ull persons irdelaed to the said estate are
requested to make immediate payment to
W. C. I'ARKK,
Honolulu, March 15, 1572 Temporary Administrator.
IWIM. XOT HE RESPONSIBLE FOR
any debts contracted hy All LU in my name, from this
dat. as he is no longer in our firm.
Honolulu, Feb. 24, 1S72. YKK IIAP.
EXTLEMKX IX VA XT OF FIX" E SHIRTS
uld do well to call at No. H.NCCANl" M'ltKKT, op
posite Merchant Street, where a smll invoiee f Pavu s A- Jones
' ce'.enrateil Shirts, in hipli number-, direct from New Y oi k. can be
had and are to be MILD VMI'IIOL T RKStUVK. Cloths. Poe
skiiis, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Ladies' Cloth. I'lue Flann-1 and
j fulled White flannel, Moleskins, Pucks, Iirills and Vesting,
, sold by the yard or manufactured to order in styl".
Merchant Tailors will ot lijre by s. ndinif in thir orders for
the Spring aud Summer Fashions expected bv next mail,
mhlo l:n A LKX. C A M I'll KI.I,, Tailor.
riMlE SFBSCRIHERS TO THE Fl'XPS 1F
JL the QL'EKN'S llilsl'ITAL are requested to usifiuble at
the Court House,
On Saturday, the Gtli of April, at noon,
To consider the expediency of applying for alt-rations to the
Char:er,as follows :
lt That the Minister r f Interior ex officio shall be a mem
ber ol the Hoard o Trustees.
21 That the Minister of the Interior may be authorized to
make his appointments of Trustees from the public at large,
limiting the number to nine.
PerUrder: F. A. SCIIALFER.
mh9 4t Secretary.
I riMIF. QUARTERLY MEETIXG OF' THE
Jt li'lAUL) OK XKLaTKES of the Queen's Hospital, will be
! held at the Court House, on SATURDAY, th- 6:h April, fm
! roedia'ely after the meeting of the yu.-eo' Hospital Society
j has adjourned. Per Order :
; n.L3 4t F. A. SCIIAEFER. Secretary,
DURING MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
from this Kingdom I have appointed C. II. LlWtKs io
' act for m by power of Attorney.
I Honolulu. Feb. 19, 1S72- (f-.b24) JAMES A. HOPPER.
JUST RECEIVED EX MONTANA,
GENUINE MANILA CIGARS!
For Sale by
If. I. VOLTE,
Corner Queei k Nuuanu Sts
' mhl6 lm
NEW BOARDING HOUSE!
No. 38 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
OX SUNDAY MORXIXG, MARCH 24lb,
No. 2S, Nuuanu St., will to
Opened as a Dining and Boarding House !
The I'ininir Room i up stairs where GOOD MEALS
wul be furnished at S4.00 per week, fcinjle Meals 35
A Coflee and Tea Saloon attached.
JT O I -V x m !
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL.
Byam, Carlton & Co.'s
LITTLE SUNSHADE TOBACCO.
Just Landed ex Syren.
Bhia3t ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER Ic Co.
STKOIER FROM KXUUMIANDXKWVOKK. AI0.)IA CAI'KIIOHV.rElt
WITCH OFT1IE WAVE.UUEEX OFTHE EST, AXD SVRE.
AND TO ARRIVE PER COMET AND MOSES TAYLOR !
. line .ssortmont of
: Prints, Light and Dark Colors ; Regatta and Bengal Stripe Prints !
Printed Piquet. Trnt.-d I men. M.k Q liltinc. American an I English floe and nie.1 urn I ( CM a.
Uir and McNaua-hl't pool l'Kion, lila. k Koll Cr.pe. a Biic aa..rtroent of lavlor'a rp-sd C.itton,
Sis.x.1 Si W. Mack and eoiored. In 1-4 and 1 -i rl. tea-let aod Hlu. Taut rlanmla. tliark llibbtin,
Acioske.if Oeiiiin I lib eacl.e.1 Cton, hlue Prilla, f neat Sil W.ia. and
All Wu.il American Funnel, 0. and 64 in -4, 10-4 and 1 4 Pleached and t'nblcach .l
M.eetu , Linen hrillll., loO in. wide; Pillow l.lnen,
i Linen I'u.ra.k, F n.l Hieart.e.1 an. I I nt.Vact.ed Mm.lti
' Colond I'ln.ik, -4 wide. W hits I lorn and Colons! Napkins,
Alpaeaa. Ct bir a Circa.aiar, ill aaaorted c...t
Canton F'annel. Putrh Tape of all width. Whit Crochet. Weltin and Kmit nt Cntuns, Jaa Canvaa, Massla Pla-r, 1, Si
aal 24 inch ; Linen and Rusi Cia.h, Ilu-kat-uc. Linen, lluck .hue a id Ctton T -weia. While and Hrown Tura.ali
Towels, Linen Cambric. Ladies' and (I -fit's fine l.m.n Cam' r.o MandkercMefa. Ne.s1le Toilet II. Ir Pins,
of Ihe very beat qua'.ilits. Scissors of Iio.ifers K.n'a celebrated make of all aisea.
ALSO, A FINE ASSORTM'T OF SHELF HARDWARE!
! Cut Nails. 3d to ff0d; Cut Sp kea, Sledire Handle, to 3 In ; A.e, lb and Oo Ilandl.,
Paris Plow, Point, and aiilra extra, Wbeil Harrows, larire. metiiam and small a re, Knatbih Linseed Oil, boiled aud raw,
! liubbuck Co.'s ; Rest Eoi:liti While Lead and Zinc, lry lte.1 Lead.
!ioVAiaU's ki.i:oni;yi: oil, im:i: ccktikt a. sYi:r,,
! And to bo Sold as Low as the Lowest.
No. i Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, 3-4. 7-8. 1 and 1 1-4 Inch ; A Purrior A.aorliuent of Rodrer Hon'
Soear. Oslvanii-I Pail ami Tubs. Paris Plow XI and X0 Meet Plow, Cultivator. Il -re Hoes, 1
Planter's Hoes, American and English make ; Spades, Sbuvei, Rake, llroom, Ac , Ae
And many other Articles, all of which will
NEW G- O O D S !
Bo Oo HALL & SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
SILlDTl IJLVTEID WARE,
Card Matches, Kerosene Oil, Fence Wire, Nos. 4, & and 6, with staple! Wheelbarrow,
Carriage and Cart Axles, one to three inches; Carriage spring, Carrle Hardware, Horse Fhoes, Ho Nails,
Cut Nails, 3d to 60.1 Clinch Nails, lloat Nails, Cut aud Wrought Fpikes, 4 to 8 inches Ishos Ial and FlnillnK,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER I
Rridle and Saddle Oruau.ents, Mexican Trees and Stirrup,, Marble Wash Uuiins and Fixtures,
A Full Assortment of Carpc'ii tor's mill Aricnltiirxil TooN.
IU II.DER 'S HARDWARE, GALVANIZED THUS AXD 1AILS, Ac, Vr.
New Goods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
rick Gtoro, corner of Fort and King St3.
K KG. TO 3VOTIFV TII2: S'UBLIC
That tliey liavo Ilcmovod their '.Business to tho
ODD FELLOWS' HALL, FORT STSEET
And will occupy that stand until the erection of a Commo
dious Warehouse now being built at their place on King
Culler. BnI Pruake.1
larden ll.. No. 1 and V,
be sold at Lowest Rates.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
ilOMAi & CO