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The wlialitr, rk JcUtr Wt orl mi the 10th
Inid off-aoj-oo " until this (I'miay) afteroouu.
sailed (! Arctic. Several of hrr crew having deserted, it
was diiftVnU ! obtain older nien, aa intnKD are becoming
scarce. early all the whalere that hao coax inside this
prinj have been unlorlunate ia this respect. We understand
that addition to the Triton, there are oue or two oth-r
whalers litat are still eiperted la touch ea route for the North.
The Norwegian slip Attn sail tomorrow (Saturday), tak
ing a few t-aserig-rs an-t quantit y of Mores t-r lluwlarxl'a
IsUnd, aad wiJI proceed iheore t(U guano to Unu uloita f ,t
orders. Site tu-s hern iu port but two weeks, six! liu had ex
cellent drf -alrti in tUsrharairig her heavy cargo from Liverpool.
The dipper packet If. C. Murray, of the Regular Despatch
Lisa. i the next vwasel up lor fan t'raucico, aod having tlie
.principal part of hx r cargo and a cumber of pa engera en
gaged, will sail about the 2?J. inl- fbj baa kxa re-caulkcd
ia asaoat tasrough snanae since her ariiraL
The rejra Oregon packet ,ane J. r'Jlinbrg haa otar!)'
Completed discharging, and having a full freight awaiting her.
wiB fetura to Ported about the latter part of next week.
Taw Hawaiian bark lot ami sailed yesterday at oooo with u
partial cargo New Uei.I, consisting of about 2,100 bar
rels sperm oil hides, etc This ia the Bret instance we believe,
ia la. history taf the freighting business between the two porta.
that a vessel h-ia been unable to obtain a full freight, and is an
unfortanbte contrast to former years, when two and three
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scipa in the spring were eomctimes insulT.cieut fir the buain ss.
The German ship Otorget has commenced discharging, ami
will be hove down lt re-cau kuig and oppering.
Tbe Uritish ship Utr.orj, Uapu hinius-Mi. wiUi Kimlier from
Bur rani's Inlet low fjfainj. was to leave Victoria a few days
after the litlawmrt, and would prob'bly toarn here for men.
POUT Or HOXJOI.TJX.TJ. II . I.
Jane 8 Nor Oer ship Ceorges, Behrens, 33 days from Puget
g Am wh bit Acors Fames, Allen, 4 months oat
from home, with SO bbls spm.
8 Am ship Intrepid, lunlar, 11 dajs from San
a Am wh bk Active, Campbell, 7 months out from
home, with bO b4Ms tpm.
8 8chr l.uka. Kaai, from Moloaa, KauaL
10 Hrbwt'dd Fellow, Jim. Irom llilo, Hawaii.
ID rtcbr Annie, KaA!, fr'HU Uilo, Hawaii.
JO Am hktn Jane A r alkinborg, Forbes, li days from
11 Rcbr flattie, Nika. from Nawiliwdt, Kauai.
11 Am bk Uelaware, Rollins, 27 days from Victoria.
II Mchr Jenny, l-ambert. from WaiuieaJc KUoa,KauaL
MBcltt Mary Ellen, Jim, from Waibee, Maui.
11 U s sloop-of-war tit Marys, Harris, 40 days from
12 Scbr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, from Ilanalel, Kauai.
12 Hchr Isabella, Peter, from Ilanalel, Kauai.
li ek:hr Warwick. John Hull, fin Kaunakakai, Molokai
13 Pchr Ka Mo. Davis, from Kuhului, Maui.
11 Hchr li ilama, Hatfield, from Kona 6c. Kao, Hawaii.
14 riwedlah ship ZariUa, Hkantie, 43 days from New
castle. N A W.
14 8chr Manonkawai, Jim. from llilo, Hawaii.
15 icbr Pauabi, V.rjrxA, from Kaunakakai, MoWk-ii.
7 Am ship Cultivator, N agent, fur Baker's Island.
R Haw bk Uueen Emma, iiurns, for San Francisco.
S Hchr Nettie Merrill, t-rsne, lor l-ahaina, Maui.
g Hchr Warwick, John Hull, for Kaonakakai, Molokai.
8 chr Ka Moi, Davis, fur Kahnlul, Maui.
10 Pehr Active. Hopo, lor Kohala. Hawaii.
10 cbt Kamaile, liorety, for Jarvia Iiland.
11 Am ahip Intrepid, Dunbar, for E ruler bury's Island.
11 Aot btn North Star, Morehouse, for San Francisco.
12 Hchr Prince. West, for Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
14 Hioop Live Yankee, Clark, for liana, Maui.
. it 8hrluka,Kaai, for Molnaa, KauaC
15 Hchr Kinan, Makabi, for Haiku, Maui.
- 11 Sehr Faaahr, Reynolds, for Kaunakakai. Molokai.
13 fcbr llokulele, Abuihala, for Kaboolawe.
13 Haw bk lotaru. Ropes, for New Bedford.
13 Am wh bk Active. Campbell, to cruise.
13 rtchr W'siola. Alapai, fur Kalaupapa and Ilaiko.
1 1 Hcht Wary Ellen, Jim, for llaalaea, Maui.
13 fVbr llattie, Nika, for Nawiiiwill, Kauai.
13 Hchr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, for Ilanalel, Kauai.
13 rchr Annie, Keokl, for llilo, Hawaii.
- n Hebr Jenny, Lambert, for Kok at Waimea, Kauai.
13 Htmr Kilaoea. McGregor, for Kauai.
14 ?chr Ka Moi, Davis, for Kahulul, MaoL
14 Hchr Odd Fellow, for llilo, Uawaii.
14 Scbr Moi Keiki, for Kahnlul, MauL
.- Prsjecled OraariHrrt.
Foa Rosa aao Kau 8chr Cilama, sails this r m.
Fob Wimdwabd Posts Stmr Kilaoea, sails on Monday.
VESSELS IN PORT.
t fl kt-s-war Narragansetl. Meade.
V 8 sloop-rf-war at Marys, li arris.
Am misstoBt-ry brig Morning Star, Hallett.
Norwef-lan ship Atlas, Larseo, (n HowlaruPs island to-day.
Brit bk Duke of Edinburgh, Hilt, discharging.
Am bk D C Murray, Bhepherd.
Am bktn Jane a Falkinborg. Fortes, discharging.
Am Wt Delaware, Rollms, dischargma;.
Nor Oer ahip Georges, Uhrein. repairiag.
Rsroar or Ccbm Siirp Geosocs. Bcmrehs. Cov
m as dkb. Loaded at uualady, Pcget Bound, for China, leav
ing that port May 6th in tow of steam-tog and, made sail after
clearing the straits. Previous to leaving port the ship had
been making water at the rate ol i inch per boor, and after
getting to sea and sooodirtg the pomps she was discovered to
be making 3 inches per hour, in mcderate weather. The nith
-wi day. la sat 43o SI', long 131 0 30, leak had increased to 64
XtJ inches, ami the following day to 9, when it was decided to
' shape the course for Han Francisco, which was the nearest
1 port, the water from the pumps being as clear as if obtained
direct from the ocean. May 12th, in 1st 42 , lor.g 123 53',
barometer at 30: o, the weather bad ev-ry indication of a gale,
and shortly after increasing from NNE, the leak having gain
ed to 104 Inches, the vessel in the meantime being tinder close
canvas to prevent her straining;. At 4 a M. the 14tb, gale still
Increasing n& a tremendous aes running, the ship waa hove
in, making 18 inches, and at tf the following evening, 20 inches.
By observation next day, discovered that the ship bad drilled
30 miles to leeward of the latitude of Sao Francisco, and it being
impossible to carry more canvas without straining the vessel
severely, Uie coarse was shaped for Honolulu. - Alter the gale
subsided had pleasant weather and took trades In tat 2 0 -0',
long 133 10', ami was li days thence to port, the leak aver
aging: li to 13 inches. Anchored outside the afternoon of 8th
iuat, sm! caaia Into port the. evening: of 12th to diaciiarje for
Capt Bebrens' statement is that in consequence of the
parties who first boarded the Georges, coming ashore and giv
ing: an. exaggerated account of the stench arising from tbe
dead bodies which were ea board aa freight, the ahip was com
pelled to remain su'jnle four days, thus causing nnnecoaary.
expense ia loss of tiie.e, Ac. Tbe bodies were stowed in the
bctsssea deek," where tbe carpenter and others were at work
aenrhr the whole Has ia. who would certainly have been so.
J! able to do so had they been in Ibe state as reportinL, nnr yet
. 1 would the occupants of the cabin, which adjoined, have been
able to occupy their q Barters as ihcy have doue, and ne oe
lievrs that had the parties examined the place as requested by
the Captain, they would havs been able 10 report umerenuy. v.
Rcroar or Whaliho Babe Active, CawrasLL, Mas
Til. Hailed from New Bedford 1 lib, of November last, and
took a sperm whale Dec ICth. In lat 45 8 look a lare
STerT7i whale, bat kwt It from alongside during a heavy gale on
I the Kta of January, and with this exception, had moderate
: weather la Atlantic. Had pleasant weaiher coming around
' Cape Hora, which was pas" Fb lath, and on 24th, in lat
XTI 47 3 , took a large sperm while. Touched at Juan Fernandez
and transferred oil 10 a homeward bounu vessel ; toucneu at
Tah-ahaano March 20th and remained two daye, thence pro.
cssd id to BaDapagoa and eruised along slowly until north cl
th lioe, and was some time in company with bark Northefi
Light, Smith, which reported Ho barrels ol nperm since leaf
ma; New Bedford in October last, and waa bound direct to te
Arctic Took 4 sperm whales in vicinity of Uallapagos, and
crossed equator May 2tMh. thence to port had moderate
weather, ami arrive,! the evening uf ?th iust with 175 barrels
L- 1 or' sperm all Mb!, and abor.t 50 on boant. w
Repobt or Habee&tixe Jasc A. FaLBiaBCBo, Tobbes,
W .... I Cw.f.Kl D : II.. Mik - T . u
and crwsed the bar same forenoon, with light southwest winds
Aim two davs. Uvea light sirs and calms and Ireah northerly
winds until taking the trades in lat 34 s , on the filth day out,
which were moderate the remainder of paasara. lighted
Maul Jane ih. and arrived next renooa, 15 day passage.
Repobt or Baaa Delaware, Rolli, Masteb, 27
days from Victoria, witn 22344 feet lumber consigned 10
Messrs Walker at Allen. Utt lijht westerly winds to lat S3 o
N and long 134s W, from thence into this port had light
northeast winds, veering occasionally to the eastward with
r-virg showers of rain. Sighted the Island of Maui on Mon
day the 10th inM at 11 a m, bearing 8W by B, distant 60
miles, and anlred here on the lllh at 4 r w.
Fbow Post Towhsbvb Per Georges, June 8th : 112 bxs
Sodwa, 3V4 Spars, 2S,4id ft Timber.
Faoai PoBTtBsw Per Jane A Falkinborg, June 10th : 112
rs Bread, SO kgs Dried Apples, 1.200 qr sks Floor, 200,000 ft
Rourh Lumber. 134 bbls. 44 bf bbls and 10 kit. Salmon, 3 bbls
efiaw tMinavS Etsca.'oa sks raww oeiiuss.
Faow VicTOBta Per Delaware, June 11th : 225,344 ft
Foa Babeb's Is la d Per Cultivator, June 7lh:
Anchor 1 Chain Cable 1
Beef, bbis 35 Hour, bbU 5
Bread, csks 4 Poi, bbls 4o
Caska, galls 104i
Value Domestic $500; Foreign $318 71.
Foa Sax Fbabcisco Per Queen Emma, Jane 8dJ:
Bananas, bocha.. ...... 100 I'alu, ft a 11,630
OBia! c-a;f Skins, pes........ 41 Sheep t kins, bod Is 'i0
Goat Skins, pes 62 Sugar. It 476,312
fc Hi-lea, pes llo Tallow, tbs 4.66
lta-1 Mobssses. calls 3,112 Wool, Rs 33,555
tea a Peanuts, tbs........... 4,7511
r p, Vaius Domestic $40,664 42.
decti Foa 8a FsaBCIsco Per North Star. June 10th :
Molasses, galls 14JJ24 Sugar, lbs 874.C91
Value Dooesiic $ 43,25 J 35.
i Fob New BEoroBD Per lolani. June 13th s
i li'toks. cs. ...........
xtoi Beef, bbis
Cariosities, hf bW
TB 1 - cases.....
hrica Cotton, bales.
or Chronometers ........
. Co4Tes bags..
, k'.a casks, galls
aos Coscrnsitioa Nails, kgs
Oi l Yellow Metal, pkgs
5 Oil Whale, galls 21.2S3
04 1 rperm.galU 5G.SOU
3! - loots 2
2 Pork, bbls 3
3 Personal K flee la, pkgs. . 7
1 Remains, cse. ......... 1
7,750 tculls. cse 1
10 s-ugar, keg 1
1 Tallow, pkz 121
lyiO Famdy Portraits, cse...
HidesDry. pes 2,109Whala Bone, lbs....... 273
Molasses. DM. 11
Vfte Dom..$HL336S ; For.. $42,624 93 1 Trans.$10,4643a
Faasciscrt Per Uoeen Emma. June 6th Geo
Crowa, C Harrison, 11 Witeoan, M Cunningham, W Brown, J
Fob Sa Fbabcisco Per North Star, Jane 11th Henry
Bradley. Mrs Marsh.
Foa Kacai Per Kilaaea, Jane 13th C F Pftuger.wife
and child Mrs S O Wilder and son, Mrs U A Widemann,
vr-. Mertsne Hnna Mrs Hart and 2 Children. Mrs aipi, JBrs
K sal and Mrs N'ol, Ms Aheona, Mrs Kmway and 3 children,
j Miss Kenway,7JnV-lI Tiire, II M Whitney, Mr l.ynde, and
SATURDA Y. JVXE 15.
Ye wouM call attention to the com
mencement of Volume XVII of th Pacific
CoMMEKCTAL - IiVKKTIS Kit on July Ctb.
Tlw? Mibx rliitiou riee is .iG.'xi jt annum.
If iaH for in advance- i. c, on or Inrfore
the of July, for the Island of Oahu,
and on or Ix-fore the 31.t of July, fr the
other I -.lands "-'.
j:lck a auld.
PuhU"t.r'i a. ml J'yr,jri (or.
A Public Hall.
ZS'ow that huilJing with concrete has lx.-ojme
fixed fact with ub, and we have a pretty full
knowledge, gained by exj-erience, of tiie cast and
j UftcfulriC84 of biscll buildines. WO be2 to 6U22CBt
that the time ha arrived for the erection in this
city of a building designed as a public ball and
tstore on the ground ll.r, with rooms above for
ftocietit-. We are of the opinion that a stock
coiujany could !e formed, witli a capital of say
$-jO,000, in Hhures of fifty dollarn each, with
which surn a suitable fite could be purchared,
i arnJ a plain but handsome building erected, con
taining a commodious hall, suited for a theatre
or other public purposes, with a view to pros
pective as well as present wants. A broad cen
tral staircase, opening directly from the street,
could be arranged so as to give easy accefea to the
gallery and second floor. The building should
have a frontage of Buflicient width to include a
convenient and roomy store, that would rent for
a considerable sum. The whole of the second
floor would give space for four or live rooms fitted
to accommodate the various societies that arc
now in need of jast such places of meeting.
We pcak quite an much in the interest of
those societies as in that of the general public,
as we believe that they are identical, and that
the project of building at nil, for which more or
less of a fund has been in some caeca created,
will never be carried out fully until a combined
effort is made of the kind we suggest.
We make these brief suggestions in the hope
of seeing the subject agitated until our new hall
becomes a fixed fact, and one more handsome fire
proof building shall take the place of some one
of the many clubtcrs of wooden structures that
are now a standing menace to the safety of the
city and an annoyance to good taste.
While we admire fine horses, and are enthusi
astic over exhibitions of 6peed and bottom,"
feeling proud of our island stock and its breeders,
there is one feature growing out of the prac
tice of racing that we very much deprecate, and
that is the habit of betting. It is perhaps in
separable from the existence of the race-course,
and being so, would lead one to wish that there
be no races. When men of mature years and
with ampls means choose to stake their money
upon a favorite nag, while we may disapprove,
on the principal ground of the bad example, we
are not called upon to censure ; but when we sec
youths and mere beys excitedly plunging into the j
-nad whirl of gambling, and risking all their
means on a race, the sight is indeed a sad one. ;
Sad when we speculate upon their future, which
is likely to receive its cast from this early influ
ence. The vice of gambling is simply on a par
with that of drunkenness, in its ruinous effects
on personal character.
Tho First Kamehameha.
The Betting apart of a day on which the Haw
aiian people shall unitedly commemorate the
character of Kamehameha I., was a peculiarly ap
propriate measure. He has been stvled by the
principal historian of the Islands, "a great and
good savage," though we may well dispute the
justness of the term "savage," in its general ac
ceptation. Judged by the circumstances of his
times, he was indeed great, and his character has
not inappropriately been compared with that of the
first Napoleon. A near relation of the King of
Hawaii, by the auibition of rival chieftansand in
Felf-de fence moro titan from a warlike disposi
tion, he was drawn into a scries of battles, first
with the chiefs of his own island, and then with
those of the other islands of the group, in all of
which his superior military genius was victorious
over numbers, so that eventually he subjected the
wtoleofthe inlands under his sovereign control.
lie was a good ruler. While his authority was
absolute, and he established tlie political axiom
fiand founded his legislation thereon, that all the
: .lands in the group were his by right of conquest.
as the sole lord and proprietor of the Boil, yet it
was fairly and generously apportioned out among
his followers, according to their rank and deserts,
and was generally confirmed to their heirs. His
favors were dispensed by the rule of merit, rather
than that of rank. He had his counsellors, men
selected for their wisdom, without whose advice
he seldom decided upon any -measure of impor
tance. Perfect order throughout tlie land was the
result of his Government. Anarchy that had pre
vailed before, was by him checked, and peace was
everywhere established. The change was so great
under his reign that it became a proverb, remem
bered by the old people to this day, that in Ka
mchaincba's time, the old and helpless could sleep
in safety on the highways. His svi-tcni of Gov
ernment was carried on with all the thoroughness
and precision of a written code ; but, though he
could speak English fluently from intercourse with
the foreigners about his person, he had never
learned to write. No object, however trivial, that
concerned the advantage of his people or his Gov
ernment, was beneath his notice. His laws were
strictly enforced, but they were just and equita
ble. His native biographers are loud in their cu
loginms of their great King, very naturally con
trasting his character with that of those who pre
ceded him, to whom the designation of savage"
is properly applied. The sum of bis excellencies
is thus simply presented by a native writer, lit
erally translate. : - -
u He did not become involved in debt, nor exact much silver
from his subjects ; he did not cut from a division of land on
this side and that, till only a circular and centre piece of the
original field remained ; he did not by petty taxation collect
all the hens, ducks and turkeys ; nor appoint days in which
his subjects were all to labor for bis exclusive benefit ; his
measures were generous and constant, not fickle and oppres
sive." At a time when tbe trade in spirituous liquors
was not only legalized but encouraged by all
clashes, Kamehameha set the wise example to his
subjects of extreme moderation in their use. and
only allowed them to be used by his immediate
followers to a certain extent. So fully awake was
he to the evil of the free use of intoxicating drinks,
that shortly before his death he strictly tabued all
distillation within his Kingdom. Not a drop of
any kind of spirits was allowed to be manufac
tured ; and any infringement of this law was vis
ited by a forfeiture or destruction of the delin
quent's property. In this, Kamehameha will be
conceded to have earned the title of wise, as well
as.great and good.
Kamehameha First, died on the 8th of May,
slJ, at the age ot sixty-six. darves.
at the ae of sixty-wx. Jarves, wntinrr
.nearly tinny years neo, uecmreu mat ne mijrni
. 1 -1 j 1 j -1 . 1 1 .
:aD0juetly styled the Napoleon of the Pacific,"
anj concludes the summary of his character in
j)efie wor(ifl .
a. "Without the worst traits of his prototype, he possessed,
, according to the situation he occupied, equal military skill, as
m an micus juujmriu, ms mucinous
cotemporary ; a like force of character in bending wills to his
own, am! similar in:nuity in adapting circumstances to his
designs. Nthiig in int'lb-ctusl or physical nsUire, thit ar-
j r-ited his att-riti"0, rovel Ik-jotmI his cnP- It w:i h'.m ni.
' lurturie nt lu have nm in contact v ith nten hw moral
I nJIiI: sutlicieiii: pure ar.d devetoi to have rightly
t irtfl't-tL'l his r-lijrHi a.-(kxatHif-.. lie et hct-1). a-wl
ju-llv so. al-uVC I hem aJ, liar tuiu mind ; ivartce, ilruiiken
j. Ill-I axxl trrai.u , tiie Uviimg a su.kt of civilited aiJ
:iv.ir uKnarirs. he iuai.lv Wtih-toul. To this day his menu -
j ory rriis iKe ht-ri. ail iljuunnes the n:it .iiai f-tiog of
every lla aiian. 1 hey are proud of their old warrior king ;
they k'Te h.s name ; h - deed jriu tbetr hisloricaJ age ; and
' ri I. cn i -.ffvh-r- lu . i -lKmI li V r ..t r
j ho knew bis vkort'a, Uat constitutes the Crtnest pillar U the
We rerit, in conclusion, it is peculiarly ap-
j.ropriate that the grnridson of the First Kameiia-
ineha fehotild iet arrt a day for the cotuiJit-iuurn-
tion by the nation of the name arxi character
Ina illustrious preueccsfor on the throne.
Tvtime'ltiitiit'litt. First Itt'.
Tuelay, the lltb of June, in the pre-ence of HU
1 Majesty the King an 1 Quetn Loimi and suites, and
j an immense, concourse of spectators, variously esti
i mated at from 10axJ to 1-3,000 petsens, was inaugu
( rated the Holiday Itaces in commemoration of Ka-
mehaoieha First. The day waa Cue, with a cool
j trade wind blowing, and the sports passed off very
pleasantly and satisfactorily. One agreeable feature
1 of tbe gathering was the presence of families' of
j ladies and children. The hillside and plain was
i dated in every direction with tents and booths, over
I which flags were fluttering, and the scene was a most
animated one. Over the grand bland, where His
Majesty sat, the Royal standard was displayed, and
near bv tbe Kind's band discoursed admirable music
All tbe horses entered were of Hawaiian stock.
except " Billy Taylor "and" Queen Emma," trotters.
The racing commenced about 10:'M, a. m., with
the two mile dash for the
Open for all horses, catch weights, for which seven
horses were entered. Tbe struggle lay between Mr.
Cummins b. g. "Carry the News to Miry," and
Governor Doininia s. m. " Young Jenny," and was
won by Carry the News to Mary," by half a neck
in 4:30. It was evident that " Carry the Xews to
is not put to the top of his speed, he beinz
held back of " Young Jenny," until near the distance
ro!e. and then nuslied ahead bv food ioekevimr tr
THE TROTTINO RACE,
To wagons, distance two miles, $'10ft purse, was
contested by three horses, the winner Mr Chayter's
b. g. Billy Taylor," taking the lead almost from
tbe start, and trotting the entire distance
one slight skip on the home stretch, coming
the winning post, a long way ahead in 7:60. Mr.
Sdfe's b. m. "Queen Emma " was evidently inclined
to break, and her driver seemed to be nervous about
letting her out, while tbe third horse, " Captain
Smith," wasted his time in picking up hia feet and
putting them down again to get ahead very fast. In
Of 200 yards, for a purse of twenty dollars, M ister
Edward Williams won cleverly in 25 seconds, run
ning against four others. -
Owing to the non-arrival of the weighing scales
the King's cup and Honolulu purse were passed by
until later in the day, and the
For which there was ten entries, came next. " Sam
the boat-boy," came in ahead," literally, fdr as he
reached the winning point he projected himself for
ward recklessly, and t cored one for bis nob,"
amidst clouds of dust and laughter.
THE MtTLE BACK,
For a $40 purse, mile dash, ctcb weights, wa9 won
by the r. m. " K. Filipo." It was evident from the
start that K. Pilipo meant business, for as he left the
score, he flourished his tail aloft, dug his toes in, and
with one long ear pointing forward, and the other in
clined aft," passed around the course in frantic
delight. K. Pilipo was bound to make " horse
time," and he came near doing it too, as near prob
ably as his muleish nature would let lrm, niakin
the race in 2:34. "Mark Twain" came u just in
time to lose, looKing as tnougu ne nau oeer rough
ing it ; the rest of the "innocents" were all "abroad."
Tin; kino's ccp,
Open for all horses, mile heats, best two in thee,
was wou by Mr. Cummins' "Carlotta," in 2:12, d
tancing "Post Boy" and "Oahu;" "Sam Moriu,
being withdrawn. In the race for the
iioxolulc n asE
Of $100, mile dash, catch weight. "Creeper" and
Pai" being withdrawn, Capt leek's g. g. "Boston"
carried off the prize from Mi. Boyd's s. g. "India
Rubber Ned," and Gov. Dominis c. f. "Queen."-No
time was kept of this race, as the judges did not give
the word as the horses passed the score on the start.
However, as the starter, Mr. Lemon, said that he had
sent the horses off fairly, the judges decided that it
was a race, and won by "Boston." The opinion
seemed to prevail that the time m de, was as good as
in any other mile dash.
THE FOOT IlL'BDI.E BACK
For a prize of :j?40, was cleverly won by Edward
Williams, be clearing all four hurdles in good style;
"Big Fetish Man" coming in second.
THE HACK RACE,
Mile dash, for a purse of !(50, open to all horses that
had not run in any of the previous races of the day,
or won a purse in any advertised race, was won by
Mr. Cummins' "Tom Riddle" in 2:14; beating Mr.
Hughes' c. g. "Jim Brown," Mr. Cummins' "Spot,"
and Capt. Meek's 3. h. "Lihuc." The race for the
SCO Pt itsE,
Half mile, single dash, catch weights, which prom
ised to be the event of the day, was badly spoiled by
the rider of "Sam Morin," pulling up after the start,
under the impression that it was a false start, and
being ruled out of tbe secoud running made neces
sary by "Carlotta" and "Jack of Diamonds" making
a dead heat on the first running. A great deal of
dissatisfaction was expressed by those who wished to
see "Sain Morin" run, but as the owner of "Car
lotta" was not willing that Sam should be admitted
again, the judges had nothing to do but order the
two horses that made the dead heat to try it over
again. In tbe second trial, "Carlotta" made the
half mile in one minute, beating "Jack of Diamonds"
by half a head.
THE VELOCIPEDE RACE,
Half mile, for filteen dollars, was wen by Edward
Williams iu 4:4, the sandy track preventing any
speed being made.
THE HURDLE RACE S80.00 PURSE,
Of two miles, leaping light hurdles, was won by Mr.
Cummins b. g. " Carry the News to Mary," against
Mr Boyd's b. g. " Post Boy." No lime was kept of
this race, the horses going around in etsy style, and
taking the hurdles close together until tbe finish,
when " Carry the News to Mary " sprang ahead
and passed the score a half length abend.
THE WHEELB4EROW RACK
For $10, closed the regular sports of the day, and
was won by the man who butted bis vehicle into the
fence the nearest to the winning post. As they were
all blind-folded, we could't tell one from the other,
except that the "other," was wandering around the
field at a late hour when we left the course. We un-
j derstand that he will be removed soon, in order that
the course may be clear for the 4th of July sports.
Not the least pleasant feature of the day was the
omitting from the programme of any accidents, the
only one that occurred being the laming of one of the
horses, in stopping him after a false start
The accommodations for spectators were very good,
and all secnied to enjoy themselves much. His Maj
esty expressed himself as much gratified with the day's
sports, and we hope that he may witness many repe
titions of like festivities on tbe day set apart in honor
of the illustrious founder of his royal House and
U. S. S. St. Marys. This ship, which has visited
Ilonoliil-i on several previous occasions, arrived
on Wednesday last, 40 days from Callao, and was
towed inside tbe next day. On tbe passage she
ran over the reported positions of Duncan's and
Gallego Islands, repeatedly. June 8tb. John P.
Johnson, a seaman, was knocked overboard out of
the main rigging, tbe ship going ten knots under
starboard studdingsails. A very heavy sea was
running at the time. The whale boat was lowered
while the ship was going at the rate of seven
knots, and the man rescued, he having got to the
life-buoy, and the ship hove to. In twenty-five
minutes alter the accident occurred, the ship was
underway agaiu. on her course. The Vf. JJarys
will remain at this port some five or six weeks,
and proceed hence to the Aleutian Islands, Sitka,
and Victoria. B. C, expecting to arrive at Sao
Francisco about November 1st. The following is j
a list oi tne omcers attacnen to toe snip :
Commander T. C. Harris. Commanding.
Lieutenant Commander S. L. Wilson, Ex. Officer.
Surgeon R. S. lieardsley.
io.f Att. Paymfterii. T. StancliSe.
Xarigatirig Lieutenant G. B. Livington.
Cytaini: C. Pope, L'. M. C.
.irufeiurifjt W. 1. Moore, E. D. F. Deald.
-4f. Surgeon A. M. Owens.
Martert N". II. Barnes, U. F. Norton.
Entign J. B. ilobson.
SailmaJcer G. T. Douglass.
eiunner F. W. Seymour.
H oat twain M. Hickev.
Carpenter II. R Phifbrick.
Paymafter't Clerk F. S. Aylwin.
Cay tax Clerk B. O'Brien.
M'irj L. ttcyersdorfr, R. T. Lawless, C. C. lIa;selbecVer,
T. W. Beu ha in.
The IJfidoiic Since the small-pox first appear
ed in our midst, early in May, its progress has been
by no means rapid. Including two persons who
have died at the quarantine ground, there have been
eleven cases only. The Board of Health has em-
ployed an experienced person whose business it is to
visit every native hamlet and house in this district, j
and to report at once all suspicious cases. Supplies .
of vaccine matter are now ample, an I have been
sent to tbe other islands. The Minister of the Inte
rior, as President of the Board of Health, has been
untiringly active in the work of precaution against
the spread of tbe disease, as have all others employed
under his direction.
Tbe snf,jt natWe .denes was pretty well ven
UltteJ durinli JLscujfiwn .f Mr. Carter's bill to ;
ref-rsJ the i.ptiion ofUw to the effect that if no j
propr-jt-r can be fwtinJ on which to le.jr in sat'wfic- ;
tion of taxes thpM-!ioi can be tuaJe to Wurk tbem out
on the rublie rcaas ittthe rate of 5 cenU per day. ,
Abstr-u-il er,niiJere4. tbe arguments in faor uf
! strikioff -Ut tb prTiioa re g'ol; tQt - must be
- -.-"-inigri ri ;
j great mi.j isle peole wouM lce the only inceotiTe i
j tbey nw ha f r Joing a little work once a year to
get moier vthersMth to pay their taxes. In many
of ' coi
intrie,, people a-e often to be found who are des
titute bemuse - cannot get anybc-ly to employ
them wlich is r.t tbe caje here. Anyone who i-
able and aillinj o work, may work. This was tbe
principal cousiitation tbat killed the bill, awl it
most be ackno-Idgod to be a weighty one.
Tbt report of the Sanitary Committee on the
Law to mityi-t tlie evils ami d:se.t?--s arising front
prostitution," al tbe general tone of the Assembly,
pretty p'jticly iiiioa.es b--t the aw a ill be repealed
especially a? Ministers are either indiffereut or
favor the uietsu-e. Opinions are divided as to tbe i
pood accomplihe through the operation of this law.
Pubik: sentinr-'nt s aguinst its continuance, en moral
ground, whie th; police (who hae not had an op
portunity to te leard) and those most acquainted
with its wcr'ings assure us that disease has been
mitigated by "is enforcement. Probably the princi
pal objection 8 to be found in tbe fact that it has
not been strrth' carried out. If indtd it were.
! there would -tainly be a good
deal more noise
I about it than its yet been heart!.
j during thedtfcussion of the Appropriation Billon
Monday, a litl plain talk was heard from two of
! the HonoIuIuAlesation, (Mes-rs. Judd and Carter)
! u which Minitera were asaed in etlect, whether the
j Appnpriatiot Bill as passed by the Assembly was
looked upon by them as anything more than an
amusing farce? His Excellency, of the Foreign
Relations, mad? a characteristically llatiJ meaning
less reply. Itimounted however to just what this
' journal has rpeatedly aflinued that the Ministry
! Wl" do jus
ust as thpy please, ine ..sseraDiy to me con-
! trary notwitlutaudinz. That 13 about the Whole
story, boilei down."
Yesterday the appropriation for the military was j
Hndcr consideration. The estimates call tor $0- i
000 foi tbe next two years. Some of the members j
showed how this iiem could be reduced some S20.- j
000, and leave an nple sum for all tbat is needed j
for the military. Hut a jreat deal ol speech mak
ing was iudulgt'd -n by Ministerial apologists and j
supporters, in wlich they succeeded admirably in I
exposing their titer ignorance ol the military busi- ;
ness. tuber as itis or as it should be. However, '
it may Le coii'Uered us something to be surprised j
at that tb ecoiomists succeeded in cutting down I
the amount to Sfco.OOO $lo,000 le.ss than tbe bill.;
Ilio Small lx.
Mo. Editor:--I have been somewhat amused to
hear cefain persons find so much fault with the
Doctor of tbe Jebru.ska. for allowing a passenger
who had the snall-pox to land here in Honolulu, ;
and for signing clean biil of health. Now what
ore the fact of he case, and who is to blame, if)
any one ? !
It seems that a certain Capt. Fletcher came as j
passenger per .sebntska from San Francisco, or- j
riving here on Smday the ."th of May. On reach-!
ing the whar', a friend ot Capt. Fletcher's took him j
up to tbe hose ol Mr. Lewis the cooper. Two j
physicians called to see hiiu. and recommended j
that he be removed to Dr. McGrew's Hospital, j
which was done. Dr. MrGrew felt convinced that j
the man had tbe small pox. but to confirm his own :
opinion, be ctll.xl in three other physieians. who '
decided that Le had not the small pox, although Dr. j
McGrew still -asisted tbat he had. i
Now if three of the medical men of Honolulu ;
were deceived, why should not the Doctor of the i
Xebraska have been also deceived, and why should ;
so much blame be attached to him? It does not 1
seem fair or generous, that such harsh judgment :
should be passed on the Doctor wheu he is not here
to defend himself. j
It also seems tbat a native in the employ of Mr. i
Ward, drove Capt. Fletcher to Dr. McGrew's Hos- j
pital, and assisted him in and out of the carriage. '
n a few days, he was taken sick ; a medical man j
Ms called in, who advised that he be sent to tbe j
Qen's Hospital. In a short time, he had all the ;
svmttoni8 of this dreadful disease, and a person j
(who's described in a sneering manner as being
" 'he oily perswii about town who knew anything J
about simll pox ") called to see him. The result j
was.anotu-r consultation of medical men, (two) j
in coo puny with the physician of the Queen's Hos-
pital. aMi although they would not admit that the i
man badhu sman pox. still be was removed to the j
quarantine ground, and now some seven or eight j
people, who are known to have come in contact :
with him. hare got the uiseasr.
Now if thi medical men of Honolulu, who stand
high in the profession, were deceived in such a case, j
why might rot the Doctor of the Xtbra.ska, seeing j
that he was ilone. be also deceived ? '
Now. Mr. Editor, it is a plain truth that we have
the small pox in our midst, and instead of quarrel- j
ing and tryhir to find out where, when and how it j
got here, let us do all we can to prevent its spread. !
and not havt the days of '5:5 over again. j
A Max about Tows.' i
Poixceaxa Regia. Thi s beautiful tree of which
r we have sevestl fine specimens in town is now in full
bloom. In tie yard of the Iheatre is a particularly
fine one, cortred widi masses of brilliant carmine
blossoms. I- !.s well worth going to see. We under
stand that An.'one whose advertisement appears in
another colu in has a number of the young trees
for sale at Dr. Hillebrand's garden in Nuuauu valley.
Missionary Sermons. The Rev. Mr. Frear will
preach the ainnal Foreign Mission Sermon before
the Hawaiian Evangelical Association, to-morrow
evening at 7 o'clock, at the Fort Street Church. I
The sermon on Home Missions will be preached at
the same place nn tbe following Sabbath evening,
by the Rev. A O. Forbes.
St. Ai.KAN'j College. The midsummer exer
cises at this institution of learning will take place
on Tuesday evening next, June 18th. The pro
gramme of snrecbes lor the occasion is excellently
selected, and .vill give an opportunity tor a dis
play of the ttlent of the scholars. The prize essay
is on the somewhat fertile subject of News
papers." IAI.T Eta EAT,
MINER'S RUBBER CEMENT,
NCVELTY GLASS CUTTERS!
Just TJeceivecl and. For Sale
PEIRCE &. CO,
EX ATLAS from LIVERPOOL.
John Jeffreys & Cos ALE !
1IACKFELD 4- Co.
A CONSIGNMENT OF
M. julo lm
H. IIACKFELD A Co.
JUST EEOEIVED EX ATLAS !
AN INVOICE OF
Fine French Black Calfskins !
W7UR SALE BY
H. IIACKFELD & Co.
II. IIACKFELD fc Co.
White Merino Undershirts,
11GMM JUMPERS. DENIM OVERALLS,
mj Striped Sac k Coats,
Brown Linen Shirts,
Cotton Pantaloon Stuff,
For Sale ny
11. IIACKFELD k Co.
r FOR THE V. S. S.
N ARK AG ANSETT.
Boat leaves Wharf at 10 o'clock, A. M.
DRAY FOR SAL.E.
1XEW MEDIUM SIZE DRAY, CAN BE
seen at Mr. GiSb s Paint Shop, King Street.
For particulars apply to
jul5 if WM. WEIGHT.
ECOAO.llY IS WEALTH.
HE RESIDENTS OF II ONOLU LU, AGENTS
and Masters of V eisels in Port
WILL SAVE FIFTY PER CENT.,
BY SENDING THEIR
Yashing to the Honolulu Steam Laundry !
Corner of King and Richard Streets.
N. B. None but the best Practical Laundry hands
employed in this Establishment.
XT Washing called for and delivered anywhere within the
circuit of two miles. ?juS 2ui) M. NICHOLAS, Manager.
,KIT1RK ('M)KK Til K A I 'iFI('i OF
tne iRDlK UK UKl TKM PI.AKS. wilt It .Wn-r-l at
Ibe lirlhrl. mm KrSdy Hirmimg. Jmr VTIsl.
Tlie Pubiic are re-pertfu!!y icviied to attend. w St
$1600 TO LOAN
X REAL. ESTATE SECI KITV.
jul4 Apply to O. BIRMW.
A XV PERSON HAVING IN TI1KIK POS-
J. sessioa arv BvKKS b.-lorL:;nii U the Library -f t iunia
Thule Loda-e No. 1, I. O. tJ. I . are requeued to !-are Uie
same at the Oftce of tbe P. C A.!erti-r. or wi: h
jaI5 1m . M. WALLACL.
i is a . t s v o n & a ia 1: .
5- 1 v- A IV RUE AND CHOICE .jxQ,
TREES, SHRUBS AND PLANTS !
Flowering aul Fruit beannc, for Ml'. Choice Cactuses
Lilies, Rose. Ornamental Vines, a.i-l liare Plant, alarays on
hand. A very fine collect 1..11 of hegocias ami Ornamental
Leaved Plants, ihst I will sell at moderate prieen. Orders for
Shipping securely packed. Imjuire tor
' ASTON E.
At Dr. IliJlehrand's Botanical Uanlena,
jul51m Nuoanu Valley.
VAI.UAIILK Ki: AIL ESTATE
2T" O XI SiVXiK.
THE I'MIERSIUNED OFFERS
FOR 8 ALE THE
One-Half of LULTJALEI with Stock, &c,
Including a lot of SpaM Heifers au.l Oood Working Horses.
The Ilanaew nad L.t ia N'msnnw Valley.
One mile from town. For further particuUrs inquire of
jalS 21 A- GILBRAITII.
Tire Ulare " Carlotta ! "
WILL RUN ANY HORSE
Half a .Mil, Utth Weights; One Mile, Wright, 130
lbs. ; or Two Mllrs (atrh Wtl-lits ;
S500 or more. SlOO Forfeits.
The Horse "Carry the News to Mary!"
Will Rum nuy Jlnre Two Mile. Cntrta
Wrisbls, far i3UO. 1 JO forfeits.
These Bcenls to Cmne off on (he 4th of July next.
Any one wishing to tuke up any of these enVrs, is referred
o Mr. JAS. S. LEMON, where the forfeits will le dt-poiled.
This Challeiije is Ujen for hTojht Ihiys from ilile.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, June lith, 1972.
EX JANE A, FALKINBURG.
300,000 Feet of I. V,
BOARDS AND SCANTLING I
Half Bbls. Srjielts,
ALBANY MI LI A
COf.UJini A K1VER SALMON
IN BBLS. AND HALF BBLS.
Half Bbls. Salmon Bellies.
Oregon Hard Bread.
FOU. SAt-B CHEAP UY
julSlm CASTLE Ai COOKE.
.Tit sit Arrived
Ship 'Atlas Steamer Tflohongo.
Bark QUEEN EMMA.'
New Styles of English Print
WHITE AND BROWN COTTONS!
LADIES' DRESS GCKM
BLUE COTTOXS AXD DRILLS,
O O rJC I I ING!
Po Tncliots !
FINE FLANNEL SHIRTS
SUPERIOR WHITE SHIRTS,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Large Size.
LI.VE.Y AXl) t()TT0 II lDkERCUIF.FS.
j Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Briiliantes,
Woolen Barege, White Sateens, Linens,
Russia Crash, Woolen Damank, Cashemeres,
Black and Colored Cobourgs and Merinoes,
SILK ALPACAS, SILK BRAID,
A GREAT VARIETY OP
SILK, WOOLEN AND COTTON
TRIMMINGS AND BRAID !
A FINK '
Assortment of Jewelry !
MONET PURSES, BRIAR PIPES:
Ladies and Children's Wool liooila.
Ladies' Gloves and Gauntlets,
OBEIXLAS, LIXIIX AM COTTOX TOWELS,
A NEW LOT OF
IT avana Cigars.
BEER CORES, SODA WATER CORKS,
A VARIETY OF GOODS
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
FOR SALE BY
Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
Dramatic Bouquet & Melange
MADAME tVlARIE DURET
Mr. CEO. PAUNCEFORT.
ON MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 17th !
A Pair of Pigeons.
To Carpenters and Builders.
ftXEVDERS WILL BE RECEIVED STlls
1 the -"oth inst. for the construction aod erection or a Kuiia
l in at Wailuko, Mui. it the lolani Lodr Templars.
Plans and Speclflcauon can We seen at Mesvrs. Lewers A
; IfccksoM's office.
The Trustees do oot bind themselves to accept the lowest or
i any tender. K. H. BULKY,
A. P.JON KS. V Trustees.
U- II UlbSlllVM
I M'ailuku.Msui, Junw6,lS:i J I
F.l. T. DOHNELL WOULD
ter.re Srsls aa- TlcWelw at Mr. Tfcra-i'.
OP TH33 PUHIjIO TO T21IJ
AEW A.I) lVOADEI.EUIs AVOVEA' W1KU W1TTKASSCS
A perfect spring mattra.s without springs a Mallrass without straw or busks The Wir liatlraas eonsisls of
ic fefl of iwJo f tof fine tinned i ir. coiied Into ,rfet sprino and all InUrlorked by an lo.en ous rrnorsi dnabh,
rin-. Wheu this Pliable and Elastwi Fabric ia stretched Into Its proper frame, the result Is Us most parmct slspir ' ar-
wearing. n nea uni i nwre iihi bimhu ,wiv ,.h,,i-.
raiitfeuient ever msde. lie desires to call Ihe attention lo lbs
never make a noise 3d That tbey never need a reair.
They are positively wtrranted to be as perfectly level at the cud of five y.ars, as when Brat snails, and In Bland the test
of one thousand pounds for ten days.
Further Information can be obtained, and samples seen at the FURNITURE W A IlEROOM OF Ms T.
DON N ELI. Nw. 88 KING STREET. HONOLULU. JulaSsB
STATIONER AND NEWS DEALER,
No. l. iflcrcliniit St., Honolulu.
KEEPS COASTAATEY 0 II 1AI A FULL SUPPLY OP
Plain, Flat and Congress Paper, Ruled Congress Cap, white & blue.
Packet Post, Commercial Letter, Confess Letter, French Overland Letter,
Pai ket Note, Commercial Note, plain and ruled; Ladisa' Note, plain and ruled, while and tinted l
French Note, various figured patterns! Mourning Mote, and llie Paper,
Packages Initial Note Paper and Envelopes, Cap Account Current Paper,
Commercial Letter, Account Current Paer, Broad and Long Bill Paper,
Music Ruled Pnper, Black Lines, Tissue Paper, Government Cotnmerc'.al, Letter, Note, Billet and CMh Unsd JCnse-lopes.
Bronze, Grlass aiad. Fancy Ink Stands !
The Be Inks in Black, Blue, Carmine, Red and Violet, Cap and Letter Oopylng Paper, Oiled Copying Bheett,
Copying Brushes, Iiabbittonlan, Washington, Medallion, Gillott'a and Easlerlirook's Uurel Pens, Gold Pena, If' " '
Quill Pens and Quills, Sealing Wax, Psper Fastener, Rublier, Faber'a Pencils, Nos. I, 2, 3, and 4, warranted I ,efl '
Faber's Artist Pencils, Faber't Wa Crayons, Curu Board, Brlstsl Board, Perforated Board, Prawlng llPJ,f xolf1, pt
Tracing Paper. Tracing Cloth, Rodger's Steel Erasers, Wostenholui'i Pocket Cutlery, P'
A LARGE VARIETY OF D L A N !C BOOICGI
Such as t ledgers, Journals, Cash, Record. Waite, Index, crap, lirtter. Trial Balances, Invoice, Memorsoda and Pass Books
Shipping and Money Receipt Books, Note Books, Bill Receivable Book. ,
A Largo Variety of CAMES, Mechanical and Mental!
i Toys, an aswrtrnent. Alphabet Blocks, Toy
Traveling Writing Companion,
IIAAVAllAN AMEPTCAM TOY" rii AQ I
f tereoscope views, Stereoscopes, Photo View and
Crib Boards anil
AND M ANT OTHER ARTICLES TOO
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
mr is ud "T&sr iss is
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Door of all kinds, PaJIo ks, brass and
DOOR AND GATE LATCHES. DOOR
cast, brass and Iron.
HOOKS Hooks and Staples, Hooks and eyes, Brass and
Hooks. Hasps and Staples.
BUTTS Iron, fast and loose.; cast and wrought, from 1 to 4
Hinges, T and strap, 4 to 18 inch:
fash Rollers, assorted bras and iron;
Sash I fasteners, Window Sprinirs,
Castors, table and bed, brass, iron and wood;
A Large and Varied Assortment of Shoe Findings !
Including Men's and lioy'o Lasts and Boot Treri, every kind of Shoe Tegs and Nails, Sbank Iror
Size Sticks, ShoulJer Sticks, Knives, &c , &c, &c. C
Also, Thomson's Hawaiian Solo and Saddle Leather !
Bridle and Saddle Furniture!
Bridle and Harness Buckles, all sises, tinned. Japanned and plated; Mexican Ornaments, Mexican Oirtha,
Wooden Stirrups, Tinned aod Japanned Kings Iross i to 3 Inches. BITS of all sorts and kinds..
PLANTATION HOES. BRIGHT AND HALF
WHITE ZINC AND
! Colors, dry and in oil, Lamp Black, Potty, Chalk, and Whiting.
AXLES Half patent and common, assorted. SPuKKH, tllAPTH, Ac, Ac.
HENRY ntFtES AND CARBINES AND CARTRIDGES !
NUTS AND WASHERS,
INT ill LS, from 3d to 6Q
Spikes, Cut and Wrought, Ship, Plain and Oalvanised.
IallUStlES, or all sorts, a good assortment. GLUE, pale and dark.
Seine Twines, Nets, Fish Hooks, Cod Lines !
Roughs and Washers, galvanized and plain, from 1 1-2 to 8 in.
O -a3k- 3Fw- IE 33 1XT U 33 JEZ.9 SEi T O Z X- S-
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE LAMPS ic OIL LANTERNS,
AND TO ARRIVE PER SYREN, KEROSENE OIL !
Our stock is replenished by every California Steamer, and also by every Sail Vessel from Europe
and the Eastern United States. 1
Every effort will be made to give complete satisfaction to all customers.
arc Grrve tis a Call ! i7
AN ELEUAXT AHMOUTMKNT OF
ST. Al. IB AX'S coeeec;e.
flMIE IIALF-TKARLV V.X II IBITM1 V ANt
1 Ih.tributfc i.f Prates, win take p ItUUlf,
June lth, at 1 P. M. ParwuU of Pupils aod others lutsresUd
I,, Oluatit-ti..,. are "TllS...
New Cigar and Tobacco Store.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED EU TO NOTIFV
I the Puldie reoerallv that he has opeiMw la the svsovs
basiiwwa at the tkure at
44 FORT STREET.'
When he will keep eoostsMly os hand the best brands of
UIG ARM AND TOBACCO.
MEKUMCII Al'M AND OTHER IMP,
A iarfS assort m- of tbs latest styles.
Soda Water ivnil GinrPop.
He will also be found ready to five his prompt alleottoa to
orders In Ins Hue as a Machiiusland ICnfiioeer.
CALL THE ATTENTION
r - .... , . . .... .i.
facts i 1st That they Bcver loss th-ir soaps I M Tbat toey
Books, Fancy Paper Lanterns, Christmas Candles
''."raveling Toilet Cases, Work Bags,
Photographs, Chessmen, Checker Boards, Dominoes,
NUMEROUS TO SPECIFT.
AND FOR SALE AT LOW RATES,
OF SHELF HARDWARE,
iron, from 1 to 4 lu. Cupboard, brass and Iron, to 4 inrh
Till. Chest and Trunk, Dog Collar,
MOLTS Spring and Chain, rC,ornd ower, wrought and
iron screw hooks and eyes, Cloth harks, Picture hooks, Curtain
K NORM Door, Picture andurlain.
J Inches; Brass, I to 4 lo. tUilp Buus sod HarltrVj -wsd
Handles chest and drawers.
, a large aifso(UnJ)(-
Brackets Wall, corner, shelf and lamp,
Tacks Copper, iron and tinned, single and double
NOS. O, I, S PLOIVN.
LEAD, RED LEAD!
Fire-Proof Palot, Boiled Linseed Oil and Torpentiua.
f about 40 deck.
aasijsaa,s.t.a i til ' .. J-J.