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FKIIUT. SEPTEMBER 82, f;a.
I"? .riT"' P"" "port hT been
koh-mt,,h mr SoO ibioesa laborers to Chalua Co
l.ih. Am bklne Nciii, D iiadc. from Newcastle. Xlir, with
cove io m.rr, 18th. A. bk C,oe.frow Fan Fr-nebeo, s,i,h
merchaiMiU to H inckfcU 4c Cot !hh. Haw schr Giovanni
ApUI. iih bo. and Ivor, to Chaa Lot,,, S p M City
cf Nr. York, with rof. and merchandise to II flack
feui A. o.
Th (panar Utl been the tk Men hike if, fcr Baa Frau
ciMrooath lh lij f Brewer & Co. and th Ciiy of Nw
Vo k fcr the colonics by U UwkkM ft Co.
Tb. tk C;u U luadinf for Ban Francisco, to sail all rx-xi
wek,and the bktne N p Hade win have dlptch fWr the
The bk Wniaad MaJfcit u np f ,r PorOrl
. fV.dates from Pan rmncUco are to lh 15th. We quote:
H"" croeery rrsdea weile. Tie limalilo
entered Monday and brfEi IO.CW rap, all cf which U low
pad rxl win n to the Refinery. Two otter vessels are ex
pected soon, and another revision cf ibe Hat wlih lower rst-s
UyraWe 71: lb. The LoaftElo brinse
919 kt Ilaahan. the firm carro to be admitted In cf duty,
and thl will bare iu effect upon the market quotations.
The .4ra'f trVjmphic from Washington, under dte of rV ft
12, has the frllovrloa; tnvlor the head ef "Hawaiian Treaty
BeguIatic'Oa : "
The Secretary of Ihi Treasury baa issued regulations under
the Reciprocity Treaty with the Hawaiian Inland and ad
drrwi to Collectors of Customs and ethers, provldlne that
before allowin the admission of toe products milled to Iree
ewry nnder the proWlon of the Convention between the two
Governments, Collectors shsJI require importer or conaicnees
to produce proper Inroicea thereof, with affidavit of the ownr
at uch Ulaod attached thereto, accompanied by a certificate
of Consular oflicrra of xh United Btatea. In cue there I no
Connlr officer of the L' oiled Eiatea at or near the port cf
ablpraent, ul rertiflcatc shall be made by two repectable
merchant or UihabiiaoU tit the place. Collector will also re
quire Importer or conaigoera of rach good to Cle at the Cua
ton Uoum, In addition lo aoeh eridence, their knowledje, in
trmatiun and belief that the food are of the growth or inanu
fun are of the Hawaiian lland, and may alto require the pro
duciioo of jch further evidence a thry may deem necessary
to protect the revenue from fraud. The exemption from duty
herein provided for does not apply to any aucb rood, ware or
merchandise in bonded warehouse, or imported in the United
State, prior to September th, XSTfl, the date of the Presi
A number of importer of Cuba augar. who receive their
cargoes at New Orleans, claim that they are entitled to enter
their sag-r tree of duty, and have paid the Customs due un
der pri.tesr, ainre the passage by Congress of an Act to regu
late import uodrr the recent treaty with the Handwich Island.
The Bulletin of the 12th aj i
The Uawaltan bark f.nnatilo, which bad been lying off and
on since last Friday night, was ordered in last night. Hhe has
10.7t bag Sugar and 810 k Bice. This la the first cargo to
come in duly fr-e, the treaty having been proclaimed in force
on Saturday. Had the vessel come lo Friday oight. it is prob
able that the carg wuold have been assessed lor duty. The
D C Murray and Mary Belle Roberts are supposed lo be close
at band with cargoes of Hawaiian Sugar and Bice. - The Lu
caUio's cargo goes to the Refinery, being low grade.
POUT Or HONOLULU, II. I.
lo Am bk Wi'Jard Uodgeit, Dickey, 4$ day from Yo
14 Bchr PanabJ, liopu, from Oilo. Hawaii.
la Bchr Lnka, Kaai, from Maliko, Mani.
17 Bchr Jenny, If llama, from Kona tc Kan.
17 Bchr Kinau, Abuthala, from Wainlba, Kauai.
17 Bchr Kamlle. Kihling. from Waimea h Koioa.
17 Am bktne Nellie D Hlade, At wood, 40 days from
13 Bchr Marion, Lambert, from Koioa and Waimea.
14 Am bk Cyane, Perrlmao. 1J day from Ban Fran'co
13 iiaw schr Giovanni Apiai.l, Fulir, from Arctic,
with 14.477 lbs whalebone, 8 062 lb Ivory.
20 Schr Ka Mot. Reynolds, from Kahulul, Maul.
21 P M a City of New York, Cavarly, 9 daya from San
21 Pchr Fairy Queen, Kaaiua. from Ilanalel, Kauai.
22 Btmr Kilauea, Marcbant, from Kauai.
22 Schr Warwick, Jno Cull, from Kalanpapa, Molokai
rvpt. 16 Am bk MenshikofT, 8mitb, for San Francisco.
- i chr Mile Morrla, Kalawaia,for Kaonakakai.
U Btmr Kilauea, Marchant, for Kauai.
. 19 Schr Manuokawai. Kimo, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
1ft Schr Nettie Merrill, Crane, for Lahaina, Maui.
19 Schr L'ilama. Maoa. for Kohala, UawidL
19 Schr Mary Ellen, Mana, for Kohala, Uawail.
1 J Schr Annie, Ka'auao, fur Anahola, Kaiat.
13 Sr Ur Kamaile. Kibling, for Koioa and Waimea.
19 Schr Marlon, Lambert, for Kotos, at-Walmfa, Kauai
19 Echr Klnau. Ahaihala. for HanMeU Kauai.
20 Bchr Pauabi. tiopu, for II (lo, Hawaii.
20 Schr Jenny, l'ilama, for Kona and Kan, Hawaii.
21 P JI City of New York, Cavarly, for Sydney.
21 Schr Lnka, Kaai. for Maliko, Maui.
22 Schr Ka Mol, Reynolds, for Kahulul, Maui.
Bark R C Wylie, from Bremen, to II Hackfeld & Co, U now
The Bht bk Dovcnhy was to loavo I.IvctooI fr Honolulu
about July 20, to Sir T 11 Davie.
Rireir or P 51 ss Citt or New Yobk, J M Civiblv,
Coidiax nes. Left San Francisco at 9.20 a m. Sept 13tb. and
discharged Pilot at lO.SOj had floe weather durlns the voyage;
15ih aaw a bark standing East; a it i red at Honolulu at 8 a m.
Faow Hosoeoso Per Willard Mudgett, Sept 16th 69 ca
wlted Ash, i do clothiog. 0 bales leaf fans, 2 bxs cotton shoes,
20 do bpwls, 61 do lanterns, 90 do preserves, 110 pkg bag ,jt,
69 dj ware. 6 bxs brooms, 180 do nut oil, 6 do slippers. S do
looking glasses, IS pkgs lice mills, S3 bskts lime, 10 bdls bam
boo, 892 pkgs matting. 4 bxs silk handkerchief, 40 do tobacco,
415 pkg charcoal, 200 do tea. 10 sets trunks, 10 bxs cigar. 22
Mim rattai ehaira. 167.470 bricks. 10 bdls twine. 10 bxs lily
flower, 281 do provisions, 4 do fireworks, 20 Jars medical wlnej
2 bskts syrnp, 1 bx chop slicks, 2 do iron, 60 jars eabbsge, 2771
' cs toys, 20 Jars bean ana pium saace, a uo pic aim irarai, ii
bale pper, 6 bdls bamboo brushes, 3 Jar peas, 20 bxs salted
eggs. 10 cults wine, 1 bx Vermillion, 10 pkgs medicine, 1 do ailk
good, 8 bx tin lamps.
Faow. NEWcasiXE Per Nclhe O Blade, Sept 18th 670
f0 Sax FfiJKCUCO Per Cyane, Sept 18th 10 bbls
pitch. 100 oil bbls, 8 bx carb add, 4 cs arms, 1 do cartridges,
4 do papers, 4 do candy, 1 do gingtr. 4 do photo goods, 40 wine
bbts, 1kg sod, 1Q. cs whisky. 870 sks flour. 160 pkas groceries,
1 bdle moulding. 1 cse hats, 63 do good, 260 bbl lime, 208
pkg crackers, 137 do mdse, 6 bales blankets, 110 tks oat,
103 do potatoe. 20 do onions. 20 do corn, 337 do bran, 2 cs
boots, 10 bales bags, 3 cs furniture, 2 safe, 89 tubes, 2 knees,
00 bxs Mpples, 4 car wheels, 18 sks meal. 100 ca oil, 190 pkgs
nails. 142 do pipes. S00 m shingles. 7 pkgs doors, 12 do drug,
32 pkg atoreware, SO bales hay, 2 cs claret.
FaoJt Saw Fbascisco Per City of New York, Sept 21st
2 bag silver coin, 651 sks Hour, 472 pkgs hardware, mdse and
provision, 1 chest, 2 bbls whisky, 1 cse marble. 1 do glass, 77
do furniture, 12 pkgs household woods, II do chlnawaro. 4 ca
books, 10 do sewing machines, 19 pkgs buggy furniture, 60 do
tobacco, 107 ca canned good. 1 do toys, 2 do paper hangings,
310 do apples, 0 pkgs manf Iron, 33 do brandy. 9 Iron plates, 2
boiler heads, 42 pkgs frulca, 2 do vegetables, 129 do potatoes, 6
cs wine, 8 caks ale, 1 cse carriage stocks, 02 bxs onions, 31
pkgs tarred ropes, 10 cs pears, 6 do dry goods, 2 do crockery
and glassware, 1 bale cotton, 22 colls manilla rope, 2 cs nuts,
2 cs music stands, 1 pkge sash doors, 16 cs drugs, 10 pkg
effects, 6 cs cigars, 4 bxs seeds. 1 do surgical instrument, 1
parcel gold stripiog, 3 pkg. 1 tripod, 1 coop.
Ton Saw Faascisco Per MenahlkofT, Sept 15th
Mol;. gall Vr.lJ'000
lame Domestic. $2,100
' Tok Stdsbt Per City or New York, Sept 21t
Mdse. pkgs 10 I Pu'o. bile 2"
Vslue Domestic $334 65; Foreign $1
tt.-.. p Kilonea- Pent 18th E P Adam. C C
Knowtes, Mrs Johnson, W U Rice. II Lose, H Thomen, S W
Wlicox, wife and child, W 8 Brah and about 25 deck.
Faoii 8a FA5Cico Per Cyane, Sept lsin Mr tiaim.
Faow Saw Faasctsco Per City f New York. Sept 21t
!.- a u v ) Mn T B Hascall. Dr O 8 Cummin and
wiie J B Athertno, Mr J M Cooke, Misa Alherton, J V Wil
cox, J 1 Dowsett Jr. Hon C R Bishop and wife, t f Fletcher,
W O Cutler. Geo O Comatoca. airs o uw uu i"
i n v R.rtlett. H il Williams. B Oreive. Mrs M 3
McGowan and 3 children, Mr McOowan, J F Brown, Dr La-
throp, 8 Ilardcastie ana in siccragc
Fp 8r.iET Per City of New York, Sort 21st-F A An
dersoa. v..-..Ppr KHanAa. Beet 22d E P Adams, Miss E
Aina. CC Knowles, AEhlers,F Bindf, P Isenburg. H Tho
men, Miss Smith, S Roth, r Clade, n o erasD, u ivenjes ana
DoaiTV. Ia the Arctic Ocean, between Diomede Islands
. , oi.k fnmr r F nmiTT. master of th
and r-ait vape, juuc ,
liawaiiao schr Giovanni Apiani.sged 33 years, a native cf
ADaws In this city, Sept 13th, Johm Alex axoeb, ooly
son of cart John A and Pohunui Adam, aged 3 years, 11
months and 19 days.
lULL-At Kainaliu, North Kona, Hawaii, Sept 13th, at the
residenc of her father, Saaaii, yourgest daughter of Mr Cuas
nail, aged 18 years and 10 months.
31 cedes at Tnr New nnmiDES. We (Sydney
Morning Herald of the 22ad July) are indebted to
Mr. D. CaUer, chief officer of the Egmont .),
which arriTed yesterday morning from New Cale
donia, for the following particulars cf another
horrible murder committed by the natives of New
Hebrides, The news was ascertained from the
captain cf the schooner Tanna, which arrived at
New Caledonia from the islands on the 11 July,
disclosing the faot that Captain Anderson, of the
labor schooner Lucy and Adelaide, of Brisbane,
had been murdered at the island of St Bartholomew,
one ef the New Hebrides group. From the informa
tion cleaned on board the Tanna by Mr. Calder, it
appwrs tht the captain and government agent of
thiJLuey and Adelaide went ashore at St. Bartholo
mew ?tbe ship's boat.-nd proceeded np to the
K "where they were almost immediately at
tackei by the natires.- Captain Ande'soo was at
wee OTeowered and murdered,
im neighboring UUge, the nantes of which were,
V3&YtnbSm. at enmity with their neighbors.
ffi"KS -I wo?ld not allow him to be molestei
They treated bim kindly, and afterwards conveyed
hSa to the ship's boat, where they were: "warded by
presents of tobacco, tomahawks, calico, &0- Tne
body of the ill-fated captain was also brought down
to the boat, but the murderers refused to gire it up
until they were liberally supplied with hatches land
other articles of trade. The Lucy and
at once got under way. and resumed her Toyage in
charge of the chief officer, the body cf the captain
being buried at sea on tot following day.
SATURDAY, SHI'T. 23.
Last udinc, IIU Mjety the King gave a
etrikinglj ar r rorriate maiiift-elaiion ol his prati-
cat ion at the final consummation of the treaty,
by f(t?-hampttrc at Iulani Palace, including a
general recer-ti'n, inueic and fireworks. A beau
tiful tableau, representing America extending to
Hawaii the benefits of free-trade was much ad
mired by the thousand w!i- viEi'ted the gTounds,
anl the innumerable lights that winklpl and
fla.hed amonj the trots mnde a "?ne r f splendor
not easily to be forgotten.
But the event of the evening was a little sur
prise to the American Minister, ingeniously
planned and carried out by the King. After the
tableaux was orcr, one of the Royal aid? invited
Mr. Peirce to step into the reception room,
where, in the presence of a select auditory, His
Majesty addre?cd him as follows :
Vot a Eicri.LE.tcr i It is osua! to make the inlercliar.j?
of Treaties an occasion of jiving some trkcn of compliment lo
Ihe person rerrescoting the friendly country.
Tle I'nlted States of America do not excharij? cornpimects
of Die kind naal on those occasions with other countries, and
I am aware that Ihry do not permit their Minister and other
officer to receive mrks of distinction from other Governments
hilst they are in the service of the United diafs without
special permission bnt yet, I am desirous of marking espe
cially my consideration for voarself cn this occasion as well as
for your Government.
a on, an, inra rmriy yontu nave been Wentilied witn Uie in
terest of th' country and have been a personal witness of its
advance from the savage state, or nearly so, to its present con
dition. You have been personally and 1 may ay intimately ac
quainted with the three last Kamchamehaa. and have been
identified with the progress of negotiation of Ihe Treaty or
Reciprocity, the ratification of which Is now received, from the
very inception of the idea.
In the Sugar cnltare you were a pioneer.
What more fitting lokrn can 1 therefore present to roa,
than the Diploma and Insignia of the Boyal Order of Kameha
m'.'hs First, which will at once keep tn your mind the memory
of my predecessor and of myself; and whenever you wear it
here, will remind all men lht you received it Ibr a life long in
terest in the affairs of this country.
The Minister was very genuinely surprised, and
while briefly but feelingly expressing his deep ap
preciation of the honor conferred, said that with'
His Majesty's permission he should do himself the
honor to reply to the Royal address in writing.
We regret that our 6pace this morning will not
allow of a more extended notice of this brilliant
and most successful fete.
Tue chance of attitude of England in respect
to the Turco-Servian war, 13 well calculated to
awaken surprise, but when the reasons arc
known her action redounds to her honor. Eng
land is behind the Turks, and Russia behind the
Servians ; and as the question now stands, says
the N. Y. Herald, it is an admission to the
world that England is too strong for Russia ; and
that she is resolved to hold the Levant as the
pathway to her Indian Empire." But we learn
from our latest telegrams that the British Am
bassador at Constantinople has informed the Gov
ernment of the Sublime Porto that Her Britannic
Majesty withdraws her support of Turkey ; and
why? On "account of the Bulgarian atrocities,
committed by the Turks ; who slaughtered fifteen
thousand non-resisting villagers, chiefly women
and little children. What a frightful story is
told of this by the correspondent of the Daily
News. On approaching the ruins of the town of
Batock he saw a host of dogs who fled at his ap
proach on horse back. And then he proceeds to
describe what he and his companions observed
from their eaddles :
" On every side were skulls and skelctous. I
counted a hundred in one spot, picked and licked
clean, all of women and children. Thero wore
skeletons of girls with long brown hair hanging to
their skulls. Near a chnrch tho ground was liter
ally covered with skeletons, skulls, and putrefying
bodies in clothing, and between tbo church and
the school, there were heaps, out of which hands,
legs, arms and beads protruded in ghastly confu
sion ! I saw many little bands, heads and (eet of
children of about three years of age, and the little
girls were recognized by heads covered with beau
tiful hair. But inside this Christian church it was
still worse. The floor wa9 literally covered with
rotting bodies. I never imagined anything so fear
ful. Thero were at least three thousand bodies in
and around the church. Yfo were obliged to bold
tobacco to our nose3. In the school bouse two
hundred women and children had been burnt alive.
Of 9,000 inhabitants only 1200 remained at the time
of this visit, and their sorrowful wailing could bo
heard far and wide. And one woman eat by the
wayside mourning and wailing over three little
skulls with fine bair clinging to them, which she
held in her lap J "
No wonder that after euch a Btory aa this,
Christian England can no longer stomach the
Turk. The wonder is that Englishmen and all
other Christian Europeans, do not rise np in a
crusado against the Mohametan monsters. But
the day must come and cannot be far off, when
the Turks, or rather lelamism, must be driven
out of Europe.
But although England changes her attitude in
respect to the atrocious Turks or Bashi Bazouke,
she does not charjge her purposo of holding In
dia, and tho ways to India against all comers.
She has asserted this purposo most unmistakably
to all the world, by her Queen assuming the title
of Empress of India. In advising this, England's
great statesman Disraeli had no desire or pur
pose to gratify a taste for empty honor or parade ;
but by the claiming of a title which has been
most marvellously won, ho makes a declaration
to all Powers' interested, and to Rnssia in partic
ular, that the purse and tho valor of Britannia is
pledged as wholly for the maintenance of her
Asiatic Empire, aa it is for the protection of her
own fast anchored isle.
When we speak of goats, we refer to them as
. 1 ? .1. I & . 1. itnllt r
ghoeta of theformer glory of Hawaii nei, its yaa that for the preservation of forests, and eev
fwrfl rmv rich in Randal wood : rich in koa: 51 fral measures introduced by the member for La-
forests, once rich in sandal wood ; ncn in Koa ; i
rich in the most valuable wood for fencing pur
poses (mamane) ; rich in kou, from which the
ancient chiefs made their now rare and beautiful
calabashes -where are they, those trees, those
forests whoee woods, sent to other countries, per
fumed the temples of heathen gods and consti
tuted the odorous furnituro of princes, and at tho
same time filled the treasure-house of the great Ka
mehameba? Gone, liko tho race that wandered
and sported under .their 6hade, whoso young men
and maidens adorned themselves with leis of
maile and wove the bright flowers of tbc mamane
and Hi ahi in their raven tresses. The stately
trees, the ebady forests, tbe young men and
maidens, the old and grey-headed, are all gone ;
killed by reason of governmental neglect and
Ride through any one of the remnants of an
cient forests remaining on tho slopes of Hawaii,
Maui, Oahu or Kauai, and note the once stately
trees, now standing like ghosts, heroes that have
battled with many a storm and withstood many
a gJle, now 6horn of their bark, bleached by sun
and rain, yet proudly erect in their white wind
ing sheets above the green of surrounding infe
rior foliage, with their few remaining and crip
pled limbs pointing to the wide-spread desert
overgrown with the useless oi, where once their
comrades spread and disappeared, and where now
hundreds of fallen heroes lie stretched along the
ground. And thus our forests have been going
from year to year, and continuo to go, little
noted and uncared for. Thus tho preservers of
our once rich valleys and mountain slopes have
disappeared, and the fierce sun uninterrupted
dries and drains the ground of moisture, until in
a few years more, say about fifteen, the beet and
richest parts of tho country will be as barren and
valueless the eighty "or on?. hundred square
tuWce from Ulupalaku t j Mak.iwtto and Kahu
lui, .n Eftt Mui have ' ceom during the lat
ttvru or eight jear.
But we really l.g pardon fur an oversight.
The Lrgiftlature ha done or inltndtd to do
something in behalf of forest preservation ; but
unfortunately the combined wisdom of the Long
Parliament did not ici ch the point to which fix
jear old boys have developed signs of human
thought and reason. To talk or write about
forests, and their value, and the gradual but sure
progress of these inlands through neglect of for
eais toward barrennesi at a not far distant time
at least before another century opens seems a
waste of both breath and ink. A
will willingly and even cheerfully supply the
sum of 70,000 for a military foret, and over
$20,000 for a five-months profitless session of
parliament, cannot be expected to afford any
thing towards restoring forests when they btve
disappeared, or saving those that are threatened,
and thu rc3Cuing their country from rnin, but
are reconciled to their apparent fnte to go with
We have referred once more to this subject of
tho destruction of forests, in consequence of a
suggestion from one of the friends of Hawaii nei
whose hair has been pilvercd during a long life
residence here. He points out the fact that the
mountains of Koolau, on this island, are alive
with flocks of wild goats, whose nibbling pro
pensities it is well knewn are fatal to the young
trees that spring up under the shade of the re
maining forcet. Perchance eomo honorable mem
ber of the Assembly may take sufficient interest
in the subject of the preservation of forests, be
possessed of sufficient patriotism and foresight
as to bring forward a resolution instructing the
Minister of tho Interior to at once sell the wild
goats, &c., on government lands at so much per
head. Doubtless the profit derived from the
skins would attract purchasers. There can be
no question but that oats are most destructive
animals to young trees and plants in general.
Linnies, the celebrated botanist, in an experi
ment with ono thousand varieties of plants grow
ing in Sweden, found that goats refused to eat
only some twelve or fourteen species. The ex
tirpation of goats on forest lands will unquestion
ably he of benefit in preserving the remnants ;
but we should favor the plan, wherever practica
ble, of the introduction of the woods of foreign
countries. There may be something in the the
ory that our indigenous woods, like those of
Australia, are running out.
Something has been said about Judge Allen
having been absent from Washington when busi
ness connected with the treaty required his pres
ence. The following is from the N. Y. Tribune's
Washington special of Sept. Cth :
Acting Secretary of State Hunter stated to-day
that the delay in issuing the President's proclama
tion is caused by the absence of action by the Ha
waiian Envoy, Chief Justice Elisha Allen, who left
the city some weeks since, leaving his address at
Bangor, Maine. Tho necessary papers were sent
there but no answer was received, when on hearing
that, the Minister was informed by telegraph that
the papers were waiting his action.
Per contra, a San Francisco paer of the 11th,
has the following :
Washington, Sept 10. An injustice has been done
Judge Allen by dispatches stating that he had neg
lected the State Department relative to the Hawaiian
treaty. He has been and is still here devoting his
attention to tho business intrusted to him.
We are pleased to copy from the Xorddcxdscht
Altycmcine Zeitunj the following :
News just come to band epcak of the partic
ularly hospitable and distinguished reception on
the part of the government of the Hawaiian Isl
ands which II. M.'s ship Vineta had on her voy
age to China, during her stay at the capital,
Honolulu. Tho vessel received tho visit of the
king of the group, who also attended several
manoevres of the crew. Tho friendly feelings of
the government and of the people of the Hawai
ian Islands, as well. as all other circumstances,
make Honolulu appear as a port which recom
mends itself for a stay of longer duration, partic
ularly for vessels on tho way to China and
Japan. The entire safety of the harbor, the
short distance from the anchorage to the wharf,
the healthy climate and the facilities for ships
provisions, are noteworthy of this place, and
they are seldom met with in euch entirety any
where." LEGISLATIVE JOTTINGS.
Tho resolution adopted by the Assembly last
week to the effect that they would be ready to
close the session on Saturday the 23d (to-day)
appears to have been made as is frequently tho
case with good resolutions to be broken.
Wc shall briefly summarize the proceedings of
the week. There was no session on Monday, tho
day being given up to the electors of Honolulu to
choose a new member to 11 a vacancy. On
Tuesday, a good many honorable gentlemen were
surprised and disgusted to find their pet meas
ures vetoed, His Majesty having on that day re
turned no less than nine bills without bis
signature. Notably among the rejected bills was
that repealing the poll-tax, and for this act alone
His Maicsty is entitled to the gratitude of tbc
country Tho nine-hours labor act passed a
final reading, as well as several other unimpor
tant measures. The Hon. Cecil Brown, member
elect for Honolnlu, was qualified and took his
On Wednesday, some eleven bills were repovt-
1 f T , - t " .
as approvcu uy nis juajesiy, among wnicu
aina (Hon. Mr. Preston) pertaining to proceed
28 in courts., The Minister of financo intro-
. dkced a new loan act, to raise the sum of $300,-
wmen was owered lor consideration ortf
jThnrsdayX A new opium bill was ordered to J
luuu ituuiug. tiuu. i'ii. ixaui imruuuctu uu utl
to repeal the poll-tax, substantially the same act
aa that reported back the day previous without
the King's approval. The President accordingly
ruled it out of order, but on appeal, the Presi
dent was not eustained, and tho bill was rushed
through and ordered to engrossment ! The bill
to increase the tax on real and personal property
to three quarters of one per cent, was passed to
be read a third time on Friday.
On Thursday, on the announcement by the
Minister of Foreign Relations that the news had
been received that morning that tbc Treaty of
Reciprocity went into operation on the Cth inat.,
the Assembly, led off by the Hob. Mr. Kauai,
gave three cheers. The members being in a good
humor, a motion was carried to reconsider the
action of yesterday setting aside the ruling of the
President, and the ruling was sustained, so the
bill was lost. Thereupon the Hon. Mr. Kaai
(with a cleverness and tact worthy of a better
cause) obtained a suspension of the rules and in
troduced a new bill, this time to amend the poll
tax. The Ministers had the opportunity, though
they seem not to have been shrewd enough to see
it to l ave defeated the move, for it required a
two-thirds vote to suspend the rules. As it is,
the consideration of the poll-tax is likely to stick
to them to the end of the session. The 300,000
loan act was ordered to be read a third time on
Friday. The bill to repeal the Act to Mitigate,
was, on its third reading indefinitely' postponed
by tho casting vote of the President, the vote
Ending 18 to 18. -
Yesterday, the Act to aid in the development cf
the resources of the kingdom ; an Act to provide
that all government lands sold shall be offered to
public competition ; an Act to indemnify the
Minister of Finance; an Act making the liawaiiao.
version the legal one in cae of UiKTejiacey ; isn
Act to regulate license for the wLoIesale of good?,
wares and merchandise; an Act to authorize a
loan of 300,000 ; an Act to increase the pro
perty tax to three-quarters of one pr cent. ; were
all passed on their final reading. An Act to
create licenses lor the sale of drugs and chemicals
was indefinitely postponed.
TKlA VwllftlwJi f Ins nnw m a link 1. - a t 1 .
- j vn uic tutu iuc vsoemoiv
I be ready to be prorogued th Iat of the com-
(ConrpoBfcnc cf the P. C. AdrerUser 1
ONTHLY LETTER FE021 EUBOPE.
Lojtoos, August 1, 1876.
1 Another contribution to a rather extensive library
Cf similar chronicles Is made in the volume called;
" Forty Years Mission TTcrk in Polynesia and New
Guinea," hy the Rev. A. 7. Marrsy of the London
Missionary Society, from whom we have already a
bock on "Missions in Western Polynesia;" for in
deed few men have more experience in the conver
sion of tbc distant and savage races cf the Sooth Sea
than Mr. Murray, whose work, commenced in 1B85,
did not terminate till 1875. The author speaks of
the results of the missionary movement through
witch nearly all the principal islands and groups of
the Pacific both north and soath of the equator,
from the Marquesas in the east to the Loyalty Isl
ands in the west and from New Zealand in the south
to Hawaii in the north are now occupied by different
sections of the Protestant church. The story of this
change is intelligently told, with many curious par
ticulars of the native population of those islands
which came within the sphere cf Mr. Murray's exer
tion. " Commodore Goodenough's Journal in the Paci
fic," also just published, abounds in vivid sailor like
sketches of the shifting scenes in South Sea waters,
of the newer Britaina growing np in Australia and
New Zealand, of the now historic ielands of Fiji and
Samoa and the uninhabited volcanio crags of New
Amsterdam with their strange relics of shipwrecked
mariners. Miss Bird's " Hawaiian Archipelago "
has already been brought out in the second edition
At the last meeting of the Anthropological Insti
tute a paper by Mr. Banken was read " On the
South Sea Islanders." The author proposes that the
name of Mahori bo adopted to distinguish the light
races of the Pacific from the Papuans or blacks, and
adduced evidence to show that the latter first occu
pied a considerable number of islands, while the light
races arrived subsequently from the west and formed
a settlement on Samoa, whence it is now well estab
lished (?) that they spread in all directions and in
some instances mingled with the Papuans. The
author then mentioned several points in which the
Mahories differ specially from the Malays, who on
the whole however appear to bo a cognate race.
The news comes from Ilobart Town that Trunca
mimis (or Lalla Bookb) the last Tasmanian abori
ginal, has died of paralysis aged 73. She was queen
Consort to King Billy, who died in March, 1871, and
has since been under the care of a Mrs. Dandridge,
who was allowed 80 annually by the government
for her maintenance.
Hawaii having been the principal British Transit
of Venus station in 1874, it may be of interest to
know that recently the first Admiralty Lord stated
in Parliament in answer to a question, that the re
sults of the observations of the transit of Venus could
not be made publio for six months or perhaps a still
longer period. The "Daily News" correspondent
writes from Philadelphia : "Another petty nation
ality that, if I am not mistaken, appears for the first
time at a world's fair, is Hawaiia (sic !) the arohi
pelago kingdom in the Pacific Ocean, whose brown
King Kala Kana (!) visited the United States last
year. Here the chief . artiole shown of commercial
interest is sugar, but there is a small museum of
utensils, furniture and clothing that serves to give a
glimpse of the manners and customs of a fast disap
pearing race, a race that is literally dying of civil
ization administered in too large doses."
The Biirracouta has been ordered home to Eng
land for an investigation into Captain Stevens pro
ceedings at Samoa. The British naval force in the
Pacific station consists at present of eight men-of-war,
that of Russia of only three. Jane 10th Bear
Admiral Hancock relieved Bear Admiral Cochrane of
the Pacific command on board of the Repulse et
London, August 25, 1876.
The British commander in chief in the Pacific has
again been changed, Admiral Hancock, who succeed
ed Admiral Cochrane not longer ago than June 10th,
having already sent in bis resignation on account of
sickness. The admiralty have appointed in bis place
Rear Admiral Algernon F. de Horsey. This officer
entered the navy in 1810, received bis first command
in 1858 and has till now been employed on the North
American, West Indian, Cape of Good Hope and
West Coast of Africa stations. As according to the
rules of the service an admiral selects his own flag
captain. Captain Kennedy formerly of the Reindeer,
who was appointed by Admiral Hancock, has again
been placed on half-pay, while Captain Bedford, who
commanded the Serapit during the Prince's trip to
India, has been selected by Admiral de Horse? as
4-flag-captain of the iron sorew frigate Shah. 26, now
utting out at i'ortsmoutn as the new flag-ship on the
Pacific station. Until the arrival of the new com
tiander in chief the senior officer of the Pacific
iquadron will be Captain Pollard of the Tenedos.
(Admiral Hancock comes home in the mail steamer.
while Admiral Cochrane, who held the Pacific com
'rnand for three years, daring which time be also
visited Uonolula in his flag-ship the Repulse, recent
ly had an audience with the first Lord of the Admi
ralty to report his arrival in England.
The screw corvette Scout, which brought the Brit
ish transit party to Honolulu in 1874, baa been con
demned as unsea worthy and will be broken up, while
the Challenger, having completed its peaceful mis
sion around the world in the interest of science is
now stationed at Harwich as cotst guard 6hip.
After leaving Honolulu May 22d for China, the
German man-of-war Vineta encountered a terrific
hurricane in 21 north latitude and 139 east longi
tude on the 26th, daring which the foremast, bow
sprit and three boats were lost and the screw fouled:
the total damage to the vessel is estimated at 25 to
820,000. Hongkong was reached May 81st.
The new route from the Australian Colonies via
Jonolula and San Francisco is yearly becoming more
popular in preference to the hot and fatiguing Suez
route, as the lengtl of the passenger lists of the mail
,eam'9jjj a T Vove J i The
last Honolulu mail per P. M.
trans-continental railroads and
White Star steamship Germanic, reached Queens-
a ? . n .
iowq iu u aayg.
The eighth volume of tho " Transactions ef the
New Zealand Institute " just received here, ihows
great activity on the part of your " neighbors " at
the antipodes, containing as it does 56 papers, 14 cf
which treat of the origin of tho Maori races, the moa,
its caves and relics, ancient cooking places, mythol
ogy and traditions. Twenty-three papers are classed
under zoology, four under botany, while among the
six geological papers is one " on volcanic action re
garded as due to the retardation of the earth's
Parliament bc-foro closing has ordered an investi
gation into the present state of leprosy in India, a
subject which must also be of interest to every Ha
waiian. New Zealand does not seem to suffer with
the same immigration troubles as Hawaii, for alone
during the month of July five emigrant vessels took
out a toUl of no less than 1400 people. During the
first quarter of this yer the amount of gold obt lined
in Victoria was 240,930 ounces. The number cf
miners was 40,673, of whom 11,216 were Chinese
. The Hawaiian bark R C. IVylie, Capt. Walter?,
having left Bremen May 18th for Honolulu, has since
been spoken in the Atlantic Jane 16th by the ship
Excelsior from Bombay In 4011' north latitude,
2i25' west longitude. F. B.
A CARD. It fcsviMC pleased God I fcleisa
the means used for my recovery from my late accident, I take
this opportunity to ret era my elncere thanks to the many
fried Js tvho have by their kind ) apathy and attention con
tributed to my comfort daring my many days and nlghti of
suffering. May the Eavioar's words be verified to them
" Inasmuch ai ye have done It to one of the least of these my
brethren, ye have done it unto me."
It T. A. THBCM.
WANTED, TWO APPRENTICES !
TWO RESPECTABLE HUTS ABOUT 15
Years old, to team tha Tailoring business. Term of
apprenticeship four yean, must understand English.
4pp!y to WM. JOHN-BON,
?23 St MtrclUBt Ts'ler, KBihumaha t.
Letter from a Wandering Hawaiian.
PuiLADExmu, Aug. 15, 1S7G.
H. L. ufxdox. Editor Commercial -firrrfisrr
Ieae StB : I have bcn (pending a few days ia
Washington, and although I returned ber yeatcrday,
before the vote waj taken, I felt a good degree cf
pcnfileoce that the Sente would pass the House bill
fur giving effect to tbe Htwvim Treaty. Tbe result
you will know long before yoa receive this. The
majority was much larger tban was anticipated, and
will give much satisfaction to all who regard the
treaty aa an important element in stimulating an!
inereaaing tbe commerce between the two countries.
And if any measure ever passed Congress cn its own
merit), this is the one; and it is a thought cf great
satisfaction now that it Las passed that to get it
through both houses cf Congress no lies were toll,
no bribes were cflcred or taken, no trickery was
practiced, no mean thing was done.
And here I feel bound to say, that from my per
sonal observation, and the assurances I received from
others, the final success of the treaty was largely de
pendent upon the faithful and honest devotion to its
interests, of nis Honor Judge Allen, the Hawaiian
representative. Withoat his constant presence to
meet objections, to give explanations, to prepare sta
tistics, and in a thousand ways to promote it, the
treaty would unquestionably have failed in some cf
its stages. And although nine months have been
ardently devoted to it, its final success is proof cf his
zeal, and a satisfactory termination to an onerons
duty. In which no one will rejoice more thin himself.
It might seem insidious to mention comes in this
connection, but the treaty is largely indebted to a
representative from New York, and a senator from
California, for its successful passage through tbe
two bouses cf Congress, and their earnest tabors in
its behalf will be long and gratefully remembered by
all Hawaiian friends of tbe treaty.
And cow that the treaty ia in force, and some pro
vision must be made by the Hawaiian Legislative
Assembly for loss of revenue on importations, I am
quite curioos to know how it is to be done.
To my mind, the obvious way to provide for the
deficiency is, to so adjust a license system, so as to do
rive the greater part of tbe deficiency from the spe
cial interests most benefitted by tbe treaty. The
balance from the publio t large, who will all parti
cipate in tbe advantages hoped for from tbe treaty.
Ad increase cf the tariff on a few articles of luxury,
it seems to me, would be so prohibitive that less,
rather than more, revenue would be derived from
such a change of tariff. The object would fail of ac
complishment. Meet the case boldly, and difficulties
would vanish. But as your present session will
probably terminate before this reaches you, the
above suggestions will be gratuitous and cf no avail.
Hoping to again see the sunny isles of Hawaii in
October, I remain for the present,
A Waxdebutq Hawaiian.
San PrauriM-s, Sept. 1st. 1870.
WE BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
that we have established ourfclres in the Commission Bus
iness in this City, especially for the sale of all kinds of
Sandwich Ialand Froduce, as well aa for the purchasing of
General Merchandise ia this market. Owing to our experience
of twenty years in tho Island Business, we are enabled to give
entire satisfaction, and beg herewith to solicit a share of
patronage. Purchasers may rest assured that any orders en
trusted to ua will have our best attention, which we will exe
cute on the most reasonable terms. We are prepared to
make liberal Cah Advances on all Goods consigned to us
For further information, we refer to onr Honolulu houe.
M. S. GRIXBAI'M Ca.
s?2J Ct 214 California Street.
rsnJIK WATER RATES FROM Jl l-V 1st.
A 1H7S, (payable io advance) to January 1877, being cow.-
due, all persona having Water Kates unpaid are requested tV
call at my office and settle previous to the 'ioin or September.
All water rates unpaid lor alter that date are liable to be ml
off withoat any further notice.
SiinffrlnlMulPnt M'.lrr Wnrki
AX EXPERIENCED MANAGER FOR
se23 Apply to THEO. II. DAVIE3. Agent.
Sclir. Giovani Apiani
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER !
In the Coasting trade.
UAXiLJlAtfiY BKOS. & Co.
SAN FRANCISCO, 205 FRONT ST.
Advances made on approved consignments, and orders so-
se23) licited and promptly attended to. (3m
RECIPROCITY ! ! !
JEW CIGAR STORE
OPENED BIT II. J. NOLTEt
OPPOSITE FKCI1ER fc ROTH, Merchant Tailors,
BRANCH OF THE OLDEST
largest Tobacco and Cigar Store in Honolulu.
The Best Assortment of Pipes
From Meerschaum to Briar.
Tlio Bost Solootlou of
CHEVI1IG L SMOKING TOBACCO
Cigars oi Every Quality
se23) From finest Havana to common Manila.
PER CITY OF SYDNEY,
FROM MANILA DIRECT, VI A SAN FRAN
CISCO, another invoice of those
Put up in boxes of 200 each.
For Sale by BOLLE3' k. CO.
APPLES, APPLES !
A LOT OF FRESH APPLES PER CITY
of New York. For aale by BOLLKS k CO.
California Potatoes and Onions !
ECE1VED PER CITT OF NEW YORK.
For Bale by BoLLES CO.
PURE MILK !
PARTIES IN WANT OF A VERY
gentle cow for family uso can be furnished on
liberal terms by
J. II. WOOD.
A MAN TO MAKE BUTTER As IT buOI LD
be made, is wanted to take charge of a herd of Milch
Cows upon liberal terms. Apply to
seplo tf J. II. WOOD, 119 Xuuanu Avenue.
" WANTED !
BY A YOUNG MAN. EMPLOYMENT AS
Clerk, Salesman, Collector or Book-keeping. Address
Box t f 9, Poet Office. anSolm
THE FINE COMMODIOUS DWELL
ING house in Emma Square, suitable for a family
residence. " For further particulars apply to
acpStf F. T. LENEII AN CO., Queen St.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ANNUAL
Meeting of the Stock Holders of the Wailoku Engar Co.,
wi!l he held at the office of C. Brewer k Co.. in Honolulu, at
10 o'clock a. m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1578. P. C. JONES. Ja.,
wpO it ; Secretary.
IS HEREBY GIVE THAT THE ANNUAL
Meeting of tha Stock Holders of the Trioceville Plantation
Co., will be held at the office of C. Brewer Co., In Honolulu,
at 10 o'clock a. ro. Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1T6. -ep9
it F. C. JONES, Ja., Sec'y.
THE COMMODIOUS DWELLING
IIouk oa Kukui fetrert. at present occupied by Mr. J.
C. Glade. Possession given from the 1st of Augurt,
I or rurtner particulars appiy to
F. T. LfcNEUAX k CO., Queen Et.
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED
by Mr. S. M. Carter, situated at the comer of Palace
Walk itA Punchbowl Bts. Possession given Immedl
Apply at the
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
I.I. PKRSON II VI NU CI.A I M AGAINST
U, rstsre of Jaa. K 44uo, Ut vl II ooota). xnl,
rbrthrr Hurr4 aar(( cc atHrrw. ar rrqwrstnl to
ihnr ctaisns rxMj-r , aaihrntiCBta-J. a-lil to ib
centers at n omo. iA Alk-o at K-ta, tra tMrwt. lio
orala, wrttua t I m nt froos t! Crt t-utxtoauoa byrrul.
they wi;l tx tpcrtrv tsrrvrf
ckti r. WARP,
. C. sl-LlkV 5 Etfrutors
NKK P. HOUSTON. S
lted this Kib Jy of liTt j6 It
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL PERSON ARK IIKKEHV roHIIII).
HEX to trvspass a W I.d4 ralll W A I M A N A I.U. is
th- AbarMta of t,oihH li. District of Aws, UA. by Miing
rtult nto os llw Maw, r tf rs'iiof. or taking oud, m Ant
ler viM rattle, or buDiing oa sal laoJ
Tbe boondarif of saU Lsad art t-ooritd as follows? O it
Aina lloollmaUma asoa la Jobs Mtrk. O k Kala l llll lt,
a me t Kala HONOl'LirLI, ni ka aoa sasoka. a sss
aoaa maksi X A.N AKCLI. ma kabi s- a na ssa
lloftftuln. March 11. 1ST. (oshll if) J. 11. CONEY.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK. Ac,
On the Island of Maui.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CATTLE.
2 110R.E3, e., grasinx oo tho Wailuka or Waikap
Cotssaoo, ar rejorsud to remove tb sain, if rxX rnsamntod
fnr oa or befcre lb 1st day of Jane. 1ST. AfW aald dsto all
CatU", A-1 foaad trropaMing wot bo IsapooncV-d nwrlmt to
law. All poraooA wishing to ma rattle, Ac, cn said rornmnn.
raa At sn ry applying to
HCNISY CORXWRLL A CO .
V B.Na driving IIorws.Cattlr.Ae or brandta auowod
on said rosBsauos wiiaoat tb permission of the asx-l OornwHI
At Co.. or their authorised agrat.
Wailuka. May 2J, 1S7. snyifl tf
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
riMIAT ON MONDAY. OCTOBER ,
1 frnm five to ais p. m . t shall rosnmonoc a DA1LV
ComK Or GERMAN, CHIEFLY lOR ilKIJ. Th sasso
mi hod art,! Ke Miosred as in the French.
A Ho that MONDAY, the lih Inst., I SHALL OPF.N AN
KTfcMNG CLA&d, (from T lo ft.) lo Arithmetic, Ae. For
ArnnsKiK. ar. wv
TU. M. RA.K. Ilk.
partiralaia, apily to (seplfl)
AS. CLEG HORN $i CO..RESPECTFUL-
LY Inform th LA DIE ani the rabltt Oscterally, that
they Lava plared th manafreaenl of their Fort turret htora ia
the bands tf Ma. fclMON OKA NT, who wiU tsk rharg from
September llih, 1974. Tl St
Valuable House and Lot For Sale !
THE PREMISES KNOWN AS THE
m MAINS UUltL, situate on Ring prrm, adjoining
the premises of Mr. Thomas Thrum, Is otfrred fv sale.
A But opportunity for capitalists to iavrot.
Terms reasonable. For further particulars, apply to
sepia It E. P. FBIEL.
WHEREAS NOTICE HAS II KEN GIVEN
by the Executors of the atiat of ft. 11. BOYD that
they wlU sell at publio auction on the Stf:h lost, an of Ihe re
maining cattle belonging to said Estate, on tha lands of Man.
nawili and adjoining lands at Koolau, Oahoi now therefore all
persona are hereby war Bed that I deny the right of said Ex
ecutors to said cattle, and shall regard any person as a tres
passer who enters said land of Mauuawili and adjoining lands
for tbe purpose of interfering with such rattle, tnry now bring
In my possession.
Information, as to particulars, will be given to any one by
Charles II. Judd. MARIA A. BOYD,
By her attorney In fact,
CHARLE II. JI DD.
nonolula, II. I.. Sopt. 13tb, 1576. sepl St
THE DWELLING IIOUNE LATELY
occupied by lbs subscriber, situated on bsretanla tit.
This house is ia first rate repair, and Is fitted with all
tho conveniences of a first class house, inquire or
dH P. F. rlQLLES k CO.
ILES' RESTAURANT & BILLIARD SALOON
TMl E UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED AN
. Establishment as above.
At No. 8 Nnnann St., Opposite Merchant,
where at all hours of the day and evening can be found Tea
and Coffee, and all the materials for a light or a substantial
lunch. Including a plate of Soap, Beef and Cabbage, or llara
Ilea' Celebrated Centennial Drink and Mead, always on
hand. A Billiard Table on the premises.
srpiaem J AS. II. ILES. '
OR SALE AT
sepldZt F. A.SCIIAEFER V Ce.
Special Purchasing Agent!
THOS. G. THRUM
riXPECTISO TO VISITSA N FRANCISCO
MM 1 i THE OCTOBER STEAMER FOH THE
Selection of Goods for the Holiday Season,
Tenders His Services to the Public
In the Above Capacity, for tbe Attention of any
Orders lo His Line.
SPECIAL f ARE WILL BE tIW. 4Y ORDERS
Library, office, or individual requirements
the: ridge HOUSE !
KEALAKEKUA JiA Y II A WAIL
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE
noted the world over for tbelr nnrivaled salubrity of
cumsie. vervain locauuea in trie troop are espee.
tally favored in thia way. The District of Kona. vn
the leeward aide of Ilawaii, baa long been famed aa a place of
resort tor tnvaiiiis wun Droncbiiai, or long diseases. With il
pore and mild atmosphere, with Its absolute freedom from
storms or high winds, with its porous soil which, with all Us
rich vegetation, retains no dampness and yields do malaria, and
witn an no varying temperature that or the American or
Southern European June ALL THE YEAR ROUND, the
cumaie oi rkona is one oi tne neaitmest ana most luxurious on
Tbe anderslgnod, at his house at Kaawaloa.a house iuia
quated in the district for a!ze. cleanliness, commodiousness,
and thoroughness of furnishing, is prepared to give boarders
excellent rooms ana ail obtainable comfort In the way of dirt,
THERE ARB FRESH WATER KATIlii
on the premises, and fine sea bathing within a abort dittanr.
Tbe steamer Kilauea and the achoonrra l'ilama and Prince, ma
regularly between Honolulu and the Kaawiiloa landing.
The undersigned employs no agents nor runners. His hoaM
speaks for itself upon iosection. A. A. TODD.
Kaawalna, Kealaaekua bay, Kona, Nov. 1ft. 1873. dll
Large Svo., pp. 724, elotb, 8s; post free j or In half
morocco, 10s. 6J.
HOMEOPATHIC DOMESTIC PHYSICIAN,
BY DBS. PCLTK AND Errs.
Revised, with Important additions, and many new remedies, by
vv Aeuiauiun t.vvn, l. k. v. i:, u. h. u.
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Dislocations aod Luxations Fractures Glossary lodes.
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wim glass stoppers to an tne iinetaret, t . or sa cs.
JAMES EPFS k CO., HOMEOPATHIC CnEMISTrt,
seplS t 43 Threadncedle BC, and 170 Piccadilly. London.
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mjf the natural laws which govern the operations of di
gestion asd nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine
properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided oar
breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which
may save ua many heavy doctors' bills. It la by lbs Judicious
use of soch articles of diet that a constitution may b r fin
ally built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to
disease. Hundreds of subtle niaUdies are flostine aronttd ns
ready to attack wherever there H a weak point. We may
escape many a lata! shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified
with pure blood and a properly nourished frame." Bee arti
cle in tbe Civil Striic Uaxttte.
Made simply with boiling water or miU. Pntdonly to pack
ets, (tins for abroad ) labeled
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A FEW CHOICE YOUNC DULLS
Celebrated Durham Stock For Sale
t'aMll the 3lsl ef Drremtor, nftrr whirls
lale Ihry will mi be OfTrrrit.
se Sm TI1EO. U. DAVIF.B, Agent.
JUST RECEIVED PER. KA MOI, AN
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche
IS QUA BTS AND PINT?.
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niMMhri.. Twersla, Drills, NiiUav, Ursa
Gosnell's Fine Perfumes I
VELVET RI O AXIl CARPET?.
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Mierry ant othrr Wines, Atooliol.
XeCixxLo cfcj Jollloa !
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Paints and Oil,
Hoop Iron, Fence Wire I
Comijated Rouflna, liar Iron,
Oalrnnii'd and llnliowware.
Tin Ware, Knives a4 F.k,
CHILDREN'S IRON BEDSTEADS !
tONDON mm FORTEO I
Hawaiian JPlaH I
Pipes, Flower Pots. F-artben ware, Olassware
Ltather licliinc, Cclebsated Bilioale Paint,
Vogotablo Machinery Oil r
Powell DuffVyn Stoanx Coalf
Vr. ke, Ar.
- " 8m THEO. II. DAVIE.
Something Entirely New !
TO RROIL STEAKS, IITLETS, (HOPS,
. Fish, or Fowl !
Neither Turning or ANenlfon
I A NEEI'KII.
A"EAK REQUIRE FROM EIGHT TO
Twelve M.nuUs. anevdina; to last ol the fkasllv fv
or well done Tlio Kd.tor of ihiTrr eavsT 7
"W are DtUghtr. ltk Ike Verticil BrtlUrl
NO FAMILY fMOL LD BR WITHOUT OKF."
TO TtTZ IIA.I A.T
.'i DILLINGHAM & Co.'s
PURE UK EE I)
WIIB UXDKRKIOXED II A VI NCI HF.KX
K appointed AOt.M lr the Hale of the
8i:vi:im.ci: a: riiiJT,
Of CALIFORNIA, h'f leave t atir all who sua wish to
improve their Stork, or add rxw blood to the same, that he
Is prepared to fill orders oa tbe above, and
The stfcwve FUck ha a lakeis Ik Flral
rrrsalaies H( ib laet Riale Fitlra
J. L. RICIIARDOX,
feptraVr th, UTC
THE VERTICAL DEOttI
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