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C O IVX 1VZ E R O I A Z. .
t RlDir. MAY 4. 1S77.
nave seven arriv: from ft,r. . . .
-nM l IKIKi
r pru iv, Amcr tk M B lUberi
from fan Fran-
.chr Co; SOth. Amer trsdin,
Ar.V M:K'n00n- fr r,ncUo en route f r the
n ' "BosHonaiih assorted
to C Brew,, Co; Haw bk Coorrier from Bremen, mi
t ..r, m iiackr.;IJ fc Co;
24, P 51 5. City tf New
.awcj-n and mdse to II
fi kf?W Co; Amer h
Mercury from New Bedford-,
' ooi:ey r,om jria Island en route for
Ban Franc. aco.
Th departure, during the period have been April
, r,ArC!iCi 30tb' fcrMFnei
wl.s whale oil and bone Y,latd at $21,SM.93; May 1, Heape
ran for San Francisco, by C Brewer dt Co. with .agar., etc,
valued at 1.2,649.37; 3d, City of .New York for Sydney.
Tb bk D C Murray railed from San Francisco April 19, fcr
this port via nilo, and ia now due.
The bkins Discovery for Fan Franciaeo by II rjackfWld k
I Co, and J A Faikinburg for Portland by Castle & Cooke, are
loaJinj and mill bare dispatch.
Oar latest date from Can Francisco are to the 2Iih. We
cote no change la prices of Island produce.
PORT or HOIJOLULU, II. I.
April Sehr I'ilam. Mana, from TCohala. Hawaii.
29 Am bk Mary Belle Roberta, Gray, 17 dya from San
29 Stmr Kilauea, Marchant, from Maoi Hawaii.
30 Am chr E J MrKinnon, Red field, 13 days and S
nwui inm nu r ranciaco.
1 Bchr Kinaa. Kealohanul, from Maliko. Maul.
I Scbr Manaokawai. Kalua, from Nawiliwili, Kauai.
I Am Coringa. Josselyn, 153 daya fm Boston.
bk Coorier, Abloom, 14? daya from Bremen.
1 "hr Kamaile. Cluoey. from Waimea Koloa.
2 Bchr Jenny, t'ilama. from Kona St Kaa. llawaii.
2 Hchr KekauJuohl, Kimo, from 11 ana lei, Kauai.
5 P M 8 City of New York, Cobb, 1 daya and 0 hours
from an Franciaeo.
3 Am wh bk Mercury, Brooks, from New Bedford.
4 Am achr Jo Woolley, Briggs, 13 daya from Jar vis
Isksnsl. eo route tor Can francisc.
6 Vhr Marioo, Christian, from Nawiliwili, Kauai.
6 Scbr Kulamanu, Mana, from Kohaia. iiawaii.
UK I A RT (J It ICS.
April 24 Am wh bk Helen Mar, Bauldry, lor the Arctic.
28 Hchr Prince, Beck, for Kona and Kaa, Hawaii.
20 8tmr KiUnea, Marchant, for Maui At Hawaii.
20 Scbr Nettie Merrill, Crane, for Lahaina, Maui.
30 Am bk Legal Tender, Manter, for San Francisco.
May 2 Schr t'ilama, Puaabiwa. for Kohaia, Iiawaii.
2 Am brig Hesperian, Winding, for San Fryncisco.
2 Schr Manuokawai, Kalua, for Nawiliwili. Kauai.
3 P M 8 City ol New York. Cobb, f.,r Sydney.
3 Achr Kekauluohl, Kimo, for Ilanslef, Kauai.
3 Schr Jenny. Uilama, for Kona and Kaa, Hawaii.
4 Am Schr Jos Woolley, Briggs, for Ban Francisco.
VESSELS IN PORT.
II B M's 8 Fantome, Commander Macquay.
Am Miss brig Morning Star, Colcord.
Am schr Loleta, Dexter.
Am bktne Discovery, Shepherd, leading.
Am bktne Jane A FaUinburg, llubbard, loading.
Am bk Mary Belle Roberts, Gray, discharging.
Am achr E J McKinnon, Redfleld.
Am bk Coringa, Joeselyn, discharging.
Haw bk Courier, Ablborn, discharging.
"KepoaT or P M 8 Citt or Nrw Yok, W B Cobb, Con
mas oca. Left San Francisco April 25tb, at 12.30 p m; had
pleasant weather during the voyage; arrived at Honolulu May
8, at 9.45 a m.
VHefobt or Am ecus Jos Woollkt, Bbioos, Mastsb
r ij uaj..J jarYij lland,and 8 days from land to land, en
route for San r..,0. Mt ,Bip f-elwood there loading;
chr C M Ward left her tuuw. on Apru 10th for Ender
FaoM tSAH raASCisco m Mm., . RcberU, April 30
10S m shingles, 5630 redwood posts, 3 tons u,l.v 27a7 .t,.
1 ... .1-- '! an ,k,. ft..w
f ruci.i wun uu tfmmm u . .
Fsots Bbemes Per Courier, May 113000 red bricks, 594
I containers ana Xio pegs general mase.
vfios Boston Per Coringa. May 1 163 pes walnut board,
554 do ash board, 70 do white board, 235 tons coal, 860 con
tainers, 14949 bdls ahooks, 1034 pkgs heads and 7195 pkgs gen
Fbom Sia Fbaxcisco Per City of New York, May 3861
pkgs general muse.
Fob Sam Fbajicisco Per Legal Tender, April 30
Pperm Oil I7H31 1 W hale Oil, gails 313'
blush, gaUs 174 1
Value Transhipped.... $2S,SC9.90
For 8a Fbajicisco Per Hesperian, May 1
Faddy, lbs 39402 1 Sugar, lbs 569SS
Rice, lbs 450001
Vame Domestic (12,559.37
Fob ETOiiEY Per City of New York. May 3
Pulu. lbs 8373 1 Rice, lbs 6720
Value Domestic $754.65
? Faoat V i s dw abo Posts Per Kilauea, April 29 Geo W
P Lincoln. Mrs KidI. L Sumner. Kimo Pake, Mr 1 uckong. Cat
t Jn Makee. DrUA Lathron. Wm Love and wife. W O Smith
J K Smith, His Ex II A Peirce. John Morgan, V II Bailey
Misses Mary and Julia Alexander. Mr Sharratt, J L Bushee
Mr Aiona and daughter, and about 50 deck.
Fios Sa Fbakcisco Per Mary Belle Roberts, April 29
F. K Chanman. G C Zeh.G M 8 King, Chas J Bagge, Miss
Elenor Bagge. J H Ranour, F G Maeder, D Bolte and wife,
B ewaln, J no A Lovelace, Mr Thompson.
Fob Wixdwabd Pobts Per Kilauea, April SO His Ex S
" .1 and wife. Judge McCully, HU Ex A 8 Hartwell, lion Mr
-TiQihelsni, Hon Mr Whitney, Miss Kipl, 2 Misses WiJemaun,
- Mrs idemann. lion Mr Uircn ana wne, miss lucc, ii torn
well. W H Cornwell, 8am Parker, Jas Woods. Geo Holmes, G
V C Jones. Kia Nahaolelua. I Y Davis, Geo C eh. C Brown
" iimn Kenton. D P Eldredce. J F Brown. L A Thurston, J
Biuhee. F B Oat. Gen Ames, L Cabnt. C C Coleman, R Hind
A Hunter. lames W Gav. Biahon Willis. Dr Lathron, Wm II
Bailer. 8 B Dole. W F Snarratt, J T Morgan, and about 125
Fm Mmoin-Pw Nettie Merrill. April 30 R W BI ever.
Mrs Emma Duncan and child, Fred W Beckley, and about 15
Faon Saw Fbajicisco Per City of New York. May 3
Mrs 8 Steen and Infant, Mrs Vandenburgb and daughter, Mrs
a A and C W Gray. C O Hamblin. Paymaster J tv lamioay,
wife and 2 children, W 11 Bradley and wile, J II Paty and
wife, J W Pnuger, B F Pillincham, W E Callahan. M
lrt.ane- Miss E Mount. Miss Rena. Miss M Mitchell. T
Godfrey. Mrs Jas Fletcher, F R Mellis. A Palen, II Tyler, W
E Foster, W V White, Jas Hermann, O Sheridan, V U Poole,
and 3 Chinese.
Fob 8yds sr Per City of New York, May 3 A Wood, Ja
Kixo Boabdmax. At Wailuku. Maul, April 20th, by
Rev W P Alexander. Mr Gbobob W R Kino, of San trancis
co, to Miss amy I- Boa bdm as, of Makawao, Maul.
Schmipt Booth At Pauoa. near Honolulu, May 1st, by
the Rev. W. Frear. Mr. Fred. W. Schmidt to Miss Clab
The Printers, acknowledging the receipt of a bountiful
basket of refreshments including the magic bridal cake-
wish for the newly married pair the realization of the poet'
" Wedded love ia founded on esteem.
Which the lair menu of the mind engage,
For these are charms which never can decay;
But time, which gives new whiteness to the swan,
Improves their lustre."
Cl aris. At Kawaibapai, Waianae. Oahu, March 4th, D
Ccbtis. seed 69 years. An old lesident of these island)
Boston papers please copy.
Passed ata meeting of the Privy Council of State
held at Iolani Palace April 2Sth IS77.
Whereas It has pleased Almighty God in the plen
litude of HU Wisdom to withdraw from this earth
ly life Ili3 Royal Highness William Pitt Leleio
hokc KalaiioOLEwa Heir Apparent to the Throne
and Priry Councillor of the Kingdom who de
ceased at lolaDi Palace on tbemoruins; of the tenth
instant ia the twenty-second year of his age.
Be it Resolved : By His Majesty's Privy Council
lors of State in Council assembled that in the death
of His late Royal Highness, His Majesty aud the
members of the Royal Family hare lost a brother
whose princely and domestic virtues rendered him
worthy of the affectionate regards they bore to
ward him in life and now bold his memory.
That Her Highness Ruth Keelikolani justly
mourns an adopted son on whom 6he confidently
rested her hopes as a solace and support in her
That the people of Iiawaii Nei have sustained a
national loss in the early death of a Prince whose
talents and character gave promise of honorable
and useful service to the nation.
That this Council has lost a member who had in
an nnusnal decree, won the loyal regard and es
teem oi his fellow Councillors.
Resolved : That in view of this afflictive dispen
sation of Divine Providence this Council would
bumblvask His Majesty and the members of the
Royal "Family and Her Highness Ruth Keelikolani
to accept this expression of its deep sense of their
loss and its sympathy with them in their sorrow.
Resolved: That while in common with all classes
of the people this Council deplores this sad event
it would express its reverent trust that the Great
Dispenser of events will in the rlentitude of His
Mercy send divine &olace to the hearts of the be
reaved and overrule to the erood of the nation this
inscrutable dispensation of His Providence.
Mr. Editor : The agent of the Board of Health,
Mr. John H. Brown, seems to think that, because
" privy sinks" are not " the only causes of sick
ness in Honolulu," therefore, there is no need to
clean them out! This is funny logic, Mr. Brown.
He puts forward this novel idea in Lis " Monthly
Report" to the Minister of the Interior! What
does His Excellency think of Mr. Brown's views
on this delicate question! .
SAT V HI) A Y. MA V ".
jH'iiE fi Est Kefort of the Iloya t'oiiiiuifrioners
jointed uu'ier the Act to I)eve!op the Kceour-
s of the Kingdom, was laij before His Majsty
ui lTivy council lafit week. IboHC members of
die Commission who are also mcmbtTS of the
Council, advocated in that body U.e immediate
publication of the report, not onlj fur the pur-
poH; of general information but ako to afford
the opportunity for the exrre6ion of orinions
and the making of suggestions by parties resi
dent at the points treated of in the report, which
ugC6tkri may prove of value to the govern
ment in deciding upon contemplated public im
provements in the localities under review. We
take pleasure, therefore, in laying this valuable
report before the readers of the Advertiser in a
supplement, accompanying to-day's paper. We
may observe in passing that the present is but
the first of a series, as the islands of Maui and
Kauai have jet to be visited and reported upon.
Commencing at Koltala, the Commission made
, circuit of the large and important island of
lawaii, occupying a month in the task, and
thoroughly examining the country as to its capa
bilities for agriculture and the condition of the
forests, roads and landings. The districts of
Iilo and Iiamakua, on the windward bide, ap
pear to Lave particularly impressed the Commis
sion as rich in natural resources, though sparsely
populated, and they emphatically express the
opinion that improvements there should be be
gun by the government as soon as possible, in
order (to quote their own significant language)
to give confidence in the intention of the gov
ernment to carry them on and give an impetus to
enterprise, especially with regard to mills to
grind on shares cane raised by email cultivators."
Here, over the sign manual of two of the Cabi
net Ministers, is the enunciation of a government
policy that, if adhered to and vigorously carried
out, will go very far to ensure the future mate
rial prosperity of the country.
At every Etep in their journey the Commis
sioners, while remarking the natural richness of
the soil and its adaptability to the growth of
cane or coffee or merchantable fruits, were met
with the fact that there are no people to occupy
and produce. While, they say, " natives show
a commenaaDie zeai to cultivate on their own
1 a .
account, which should be eneouraged wherever
possible," yet the land has not a tenth of the
population it could easily support, and imme
diate steps should be taken for the introduction
of laborers, that enterprises may be undertaken,
and especially to bring into the Kingdom a class
oi people wno wouiu nring tneir families and
perhaps assimilate with the Hawaiian race
Probably in India euch could be found, and the
Commission would earnestly recommend that
government lands be reserved to give euch, if !
after i-iveting their contracts of service, they
would settle on at -i.!.ato them." After
what tiao boen so often said in this journal
past, on the subject of the desirability of immi
gration from the East Indies to these islands,
and of the wisdom of a policy of encourage
ment to small farmers, these plainly expressed
practical thoughts of the Commissioners, two
of whom are Cabinet Ministers are so encour-.
aging that we may liken them to apples of
gold in pictures of silver."
The subject of the disappearance of the ancient
forests of the island, and the consequent diminu
tion of the water supply, was forcibly brought
to tho attention of the Commission, especially
in South Kohaia and Uamakua. They express
the earnest hope that the latter district will be,
by prompt government measures, saved from the
fate of Waimea, whose once fertile plains have
become a dusty desert, by being left as a pastur
age for cattle which have destroyed the forest.
The rapid increase of herds of beef cattle on
these islands will soon present a grave problem
for solution, for without some' measures for
disposing of the surplus, the animals will even
tually become the sole occupants of the land,
and that land will be a desert.
Upon a subject to which we have formerly
alluded in these columns the injustice of taxing
the man who cultivates his land more than the
one who does not, the Commissioners very
pertinently remark : "The law under which the
Commission acts, provides that cultivated lands
should be taxed for improvements, but in a dis
trict like this it would be manifestly unjust that
the small amount of cultivated land should pay
taxes while the great bulk of the lands more
valuable should escape because their proprietors
fail to develop them ; and your Commissioners
would suggest that lands capable of cultivation
should bear their taxation according to iheir
value, as otherwise an unfair discrimination is
made against industry and enterprise."
In connection with the Report we have seen
some very well executed drawings of buoys and
boat-landings sketched for the Commission by
Messrs. C. J. Lyons and F. S. Lyman, showing
the form and nature of the coasts, depth of
water, &c. The former gentleman also furnishes
outline sketches of the districts of Iiamakua and
Hilo, showing the situation and extent of lands
yet belonging to the government. These, to
gether with sketches of the landings in Iiama
kua, Hilo, Puna and Kau, to which reference is
made in the report, will, it is hoped, be sent to
San Francisco to be lithographed. They would
be well worth the expense, and add no little to
the interest of this very valuable report.
While the Czar and the Tadishah are enter
ing upon a bloody war of races and creeds, the
Emperor of China has just set an example of
religious toleration, bo astonishing and so con
trary to Chinese traditional feelings and ideas,
that it appears to us a direct interposition of
Divine Providence. The Peking Gazette has
published a Decree, enjoining upon the Gov
ernors of Provinces throughout the Chinese
Empire not only to tolerate the Christians, but
also to favor Christian Proselytism. This Decree
has been a spontaneous act of the Chinese
Emperor, and never before was its like known in
benighted China. It eecms as if light suddenly
bursts upon men from on high, when the dark
ness of sin and error is deepest. How admirable
is the Trovidence of God in consoling the be
lieving Christians with these glad tidings from
benighted China at the very moment that a
fierce war of creeds seems imminent, in Eastern
Europe. In a few years the entire population
of China may be Christian. Frotestant Mis
sionaries will now inundate the Flowery Land,
Bible in hand, under the protection of the
Emperor and his Governors. The work of
Christianity in India will be revived by the
newly born Christian spirit in China. All Asia
will feel the influence of the new floods of
Gospel light which God's providence has inspired
the Ruler of China to let looee upon pagan
J Must Pkospek. The consolidation which was re
cently accomplished in the ownership of the Wailu
' ku and Bailey Plantations at East Maui, renders
the prospects of the concern extremely flattering for a
vfuture of great success.
The Hawaiian Gazelle's lat ifuc complain".
of Our remarks about tie political wraion of the
native pastor of Kaumakaptii Ctutch. Luing
that J a.-s, wc again repeat that we disapprove
coLopkr..-ly of "politics" being introduced into
the rull'it" of Christian churches. Jesus
Christ did nut talk r-olitics" here
and we have alwavs tbouzht that
the men who
profess ta be His ministers are bound to follow
His example. If the minister of the Gospel of
Christ believes that the political life of the so
ciety in which be live is in any wise opposed to
the teachings of the Gospel, then of course we
bold that the Christian minister has a perfect
right to express his opinion on the subject. But
this is very different from " talking politics "
from the p.ulpit. Political excitement, culmina
ting in not and bloodshed, has been witnessed by
the editor of the Hawaiian Gazette in this very
capital, not so long ago. Can he desire to see a
repetition of such scenes? let, political har
rangues from the pulpit of a native church by a
native paotor, are well calculated in our opinion
to arouse the same passions which broke loose in
Bi blood-thirsty a fashion on a previous occasion,
if the opportunity 6bould again occur. No
minister of the Gospel in any Christian land
whatever is justified in talking against the law
fully constituted succession to the throne from
his pulpit. Wo aro amused at the empty pre
sumption of the Gazette writer ; he evidently
looks upon himself as an " oracle. There is no
wisdom, plainly in his way of thinking, outside
of the Hawaiian Gazette's inspired utterances.
Balaam's ass was also inspired ; so that inspira
tion may even have fallen upon the Gazette;
but it bears the asinine stamp. We repeat
that political agitation has nothing whatever to
do with the preaching of the Gospel. In this
country, the natives have been so recently con
paganism that it WOUld be a grieVOUg
: .. i:: : i;.mnii
mistake to mix up pol
Ulli UU uvitnto "v ""o
teaching from the pulpit. Keligious liberty is
very different from incendiary Bermons by sacer
dotal firebrands from the pulpit of the llouee of
God. To restrain euch sacerdotal firebrands is
the duty of every well constituted government,
and this is no violence to conscience, certainly
A Christian pastor can find occasions to talk
politics to all who like to hear him, outside of
the pulpit ; but political discourses from the pul
pit or from the altar are wholly opposed to the
practice and teaching of Jesus Christ. That
Divine Master plainly taught this lesson to His
disciples of not meddling in political questions
when they asked Him about the payment of the
tribute money, and He replied : Render to
Cassar tho things which are Caesar's, and to God
the things which are God's." The native pas
tors of Iiawaii nei have quite enough to do here,
to preach the GoBpel of Jesus Christ to their
flocks ; if they want to talk politics, let them
leave the church. But, certainly, it would be
very deplorable to find the pulpit of the native
churches here converted into a "stump!
Elsewhere in to-day 'a paper will be found two
communications uDon this subject. Aloha "
makes a friendly attempt to correct the impres
sion obtained from the report of the remarks of
the jxr of Eaumakapili ; and the pastor him
self declares the vT.irt to have been false. Some
one has evidently given the oVerend gentleman
an incorrect translation of our arle of last
week, as we did not accuse him of uttering
treason. We believe be speaks from his pulpit
extempore, and if 60 he is not the first public
speaker who failed to recognize his own words
spoken hastily. However, as he now disclaims
the intent to create any ill feeling, we are quite
willing to believe him as sincere.
The passage of the Prutb by Rusulao force
Las at leDgth destroyed the last faint hope of the
maintenance of peace between Russia and Tur
key. Simultaneously, diplomatic relations have
been broken off between those two countries.
By the latest accounts received by the last mail
no actual engagement had as yet taken place be
tween the soldiers of Russia and Turkey ; the
Turks bad crossed the Danube, and the hostile
armies were drawing near to each other in TTal
lacbia. Tho Porte had called upon Servia, so
lately its enemy, to resist any attempt of Russia,
to pass over the Danube into that 6tate. Austria
was deliberating upon the necessity of occupying
Bosnia, in case the war began between Turks
and Russians. The Porte had also called upon
Egypt for help, but Russia had declared that
Egypt should be accountable lor 6uch a proceed
ing. England was inclined to lay hands on the
Suez canal, on the outbreak of hostilities, and
Lord Beaconsfield saw her Majesty on the sub
ject. The Porte had also Bent an envoy to the
King of Cabul, for the purpose of inducing him,
it was supposed, to attack RuEtiia in Turkistan.
The effect of the war upon the Mussulmans of
India is calculated to cause serious uneasiness to
England. The statement of Von Moltke that
France's military condition is much ahead of
that of Germany, has caused much surprise, at a
conjuncture when the Emperor William's policy
was thought to have so great an influence upon
the Eastern Question. Italy declares the inten
tion of maintaining a strict neutrality. The
Shah of Tcrsia was concentrating an nrmy of
60,000 men upon the Russian frontier in Asia,
where the Russians were also mustering an army.
The Roumanians were encouraged by the Czar to
hope that their Prince would be elevated to a
kingly rank, with total independence, as one re
sult of the impending war. The king of Greece
was collecting a force of 50 or 60,000 men, to be
prepared for any emergency ; and Candia was in
revolt aeainst the Turks. This was the exact
Etate of the " political situation " in view of the
"Eastern Question" down to April 25tb, the
date of our latest accounts to hand.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE.
FroI. Maunder, Malinger
1'eler iiriee .-. Stance nmiajcrr
littler tlie Direction of J. A. It. Mil ton. It. N.
AN AMATEUR PERFORMANCE
Wiil be given by permission ot Com. T. M. Maquay,
y the Dramatic Company or II. It. t. S.
Fa ii tome,
ON SATURDAY EVENINGNEXT, MAY 5, 1877.
The Programme will comprise
The Charcoal Burner,
OR. DROPPING WELL. OF KXAB.ESB0RO'.
A Vocal Interlude, by James O'Brien,
The Comic Irish Songster
Dauce, Uy tbe Champion, William Bartlett.
Concluding wish the Comical Farce, entitled
33jFa.OTJ3I3i:DF-L 33 3D IV
A I :n i-.: n , Dress Circle, reserved seats, 1 .25 ; Par
quetto, 1.00 ; Pit, 50 cents.
Poors open at 7:20 : Performance to commence at 8.
Reserved seats can be secured at McWayne's Drug
Store. Fort Street. 642 It
FOR SALE !
A Kit of Blacksmith's Tools !
IN WHOLE OR PART. ALSO,
The I NKXPIRED LEASE OF A WOODEY Bl ILDIXG,
on the Enplanade, suitable for storage. Also,
A COMPLETE SET OF TAPS AXD DIES I
With Taper and Plug Taps, from 1 to 1 J inch enclosed
ia solid wooden case.
uyS 3t WKST & CHATTER, 73 Zing St., and Esplanade-
WING CHONG TAI & CO.,
nvnirtr HIKER 1".
a. riiceta. . m . ot
riSCH.LK & ilUTxl,
TIERC IUNT TAILORS. 38 FORT
i osji liooolaio, II. I-
X CARD. 1 R- F. A iXDEBSOXiOf THE
firm of Mr- 8. HOFFNCNCS kCod fcjdoey, Auirt!
is prepared to receive iniecU for aH ds of EngUb. Conii
oentil and American MerchnJ:, and havicf agencies ia
these respective place are prepared to erecute each Tiptm
particularly reasonable terms.
Prescst Addresa, Hawaiian Halel, Honcluiu. aji 21
A MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS
of Kapkla,ol Park Association, and those Interested la
fporti tor the celebration of the ELEVENTH OF JUNE next,
will be held at the Amory of the Hawaiian Guard thii day at
11 a. m. Per Order. H. MACPAKLANE,
IS IIEREBT GIVEN TO A LL PERSONS
that at a meeting of Share Holders cf the Makee Sugar
Company, held on the 2d day of Slay, 1STT, It was voted to
accept the Charter of Incorporation granted to them aod their
aasociate and ioccessors, under the Corporate Name and
Style of the Makee fiugr Company, on the 30th day of April,
1TT. and that the corporation under id charter oran:ed
itself and e ected the fcllcwicg named officers. Til :
JAMES MAKEE PRESIDENT.
O. W. M AC FA K LAN E VICE PRESIDENT,
W. U. IRWIN TREASURER,
J. 8. WALKER SECRETARY,
JNO- O. L-OMINI? AI DITOR.
Notice ii !so riven that oorauact to the terms of laid
Charter, No stockholder fhll be individually liable for the
debts of the Corporation beyond the amount which ahall be
doe tspon the share or hare neia or own oy mmscu.
. t U If . I IT I' D
insfe ii Secretary Makee Sugar Company.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE.
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 10th.
I Dramatic Seasorr.
IT si the inauguration ol a aeries cf Dramatic aad
Mutlcal I'rrformauret to be given by the Young
Td Talented Actress,
MISS IX 33 3NT -A. ,
k-L W.- ss nnmrMe DriUianf Afar-Tin IF VnCllTmn!l
Americ, Australia and New Zealand, and Mr. FRED.
3. MAEDER. Comedian and Dramatic Author, aided
v.m.,-t ,.it.nt. and in
orchestra under the leader-
hiruof Mr. Schmidt.
The opening programme win consist oi an entirely new
play, in two acts, by W. 8. Gilbert, author of Pygmalion and
Ualatea, Palace of Truth, Ac, and now the reigning aenaaUon
in London and America, entitled.
(A Dramatic Contrast, Life-like and Poetical,)
Act 1st, LOVE'S YOCNG DREAM; 2d, THE AWAKENING
Jenny INortncolt nrna
Harry Spreadbrow Fred. O. Maeder
Also. Charles Mathews' Launchable Comedietta entitled.
LITTLE TOUDLKKI MS, and other attractions, full
particulars of which will be du'y announced. It
JUL O H JZZ 1ST 3EE3
nROM THE UNITED STATES ATVD EU
1 HOPE, Direct, as prescribed and recommended by the
first Medical Aothorities, vis :
PreparaJons, (not patent) for Debilitated Constitutions, Dis-
pepsia, etc., etc., rix i .lixns or rnosphates. witn reiuvtan
Bark; Ber, iron ana nine, uentian ana iron, nine oi rep
sin. Valerianate of Ammonia for nervous disorders, Ae., Ac.
Pure Carbolic Acid, Chloral Hydrate, Pure Glycerine, Cough
Lozenges, Pastilles, (rery excellent,) for affections of the
throat; Cd Liver Oil, tasteless; Inhalers, Prepared French
Blister, Sponges, Anti-astbmatio Cigars, Capsules, Arnica
and Porous Planers, Variety or tugar-coatea ana ueuiine
Pills. Breatt Glasses. Synnites. Medicinal Extracts, assorted;
Strong Alcohol, the Most Approved Trusses, Funnels, Boudoir
Paper, ivory Xeetning lungs, ana a general iuii anonment ui
Genuine and Reliable Medicines !
FIX EST PERFOIERY AXD TOILET ARTICLES!
From the Best Sources ia the World, direct.
Brashes. Combs. Sachets. Soaps. Smelling Bottles, Bay Rum,
cheap and excellent; Cosmetics, Toilet Powder, Centennial
Perfumery, awarded the Golden Medal; Florida Water,
Tooth Powder, Sozodont, yc. Sc., Carbolic Soaps Castile and
SilicHted. FINE VIENNA SOAPS. Colgate's and
LVRIN'S GENUINE SOAPS, and a great many
other fine Articles, for sale at
DR. HOFFMANN'S DRUG STORE.
N. B. Orders answered with care and dispatch. Imy5 qr
Per Coringa, from Boston Direct !
DARRELS AMERICAN TA R and AMER
-sL ICAN PITCU.
my5 For Sate by BOLLES A Co.
200 Coils Best New Bedford Cordage,
ASSORTED SIZES, FROM 1
41 inch. (my5) For Sale by
1-2 INCH TO
BOLLES A Co.
MALL SIZES. FROM SIX THREAD TO
one and a half inch. (myo lor Bale by BOLLES & Co.
NEW BEDFORD WHALE LINE,
SEIZING, HOISELIX, MARLI.V, SPUX-
? YARN, ifC. Ac.
my5 For Sale by BOLLES A Co.
E HUNDRED AND FIFTT BEST NEW
W Bedford Ash Oars sizes from 10 to 11 feet.
my5 For Bale by BOLLES A Co.
CASKS PUTTY AND LAMPBLACK,
FOR SALE BY
BOLLES A Co.
CASES CORN STARCH.
CROIX CORX. QUARTER
J barrels Clear Pork.
for ramilieg; Lewis' Celebrated Meats,
Soaps, Tomatoes, Tomato Ketchup, Oerkins, in one gallon
jars and half gallon jars; Clams, Lobsters, Ac, Ac , received
this day and for sale by
my5 BOLLES A Co.
Ox Cart Wheels, all Oak
WITH 3J AND i i TIRES,
With or without 3 in, Iron Axles
WELDED UP IN LENGTHS TO SUIT. ALSO,
OX CARTS COMPLETE
my 5 tf
OLD CORNER & 37 FORT
Direct from the Manufacturer !
AN ASSORTMENT OF
Smokiiisr and Clicwinsr
TA CUT CLUB, EUREKA,
THREE BLACK CROW,
PUNCH t- JUDY,
TIGER ami COMET,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
tnvu 4t H. J. NOLTE.
LAND IN PALAMA !
CAN BE LEASED FOR A TERM OF FIVE
YKAK3. This land contains aboat Three A ere i, and is
situated near the road. King Street, opposite the Reformatory
School premises, with a Larire House, which will be leased
in connection with the land. There is a Carriage Koad leading
from King Street to the bonse. This land is well adapted for
Kice Culture, and has a good supply of water. For farther
particulars, enquire of G. W. MACT,
23 Guardian for O. W. Macy, J r.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
AGE.YT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGES EATS FOB
Xj X. 33 o n..
ell lj Interior Office, Honolulu.
Encourage Home Enterprise I
nil IE IXDERSIRXEI)
II AVE ENTERED
M ioto a baios coenecuaa ' the msaufsctare
of Frirtiwa Match) in tbsa city, mil inu t tm
eiajw article, and on tencs that wt.l salt. Enquire at the
copperas of J. II. Bruas, Esplanade, two doors below Cwa
3. II . BBCN-,
ayila r. VtUUNQ.
CAVENAGH'S WRITING SCHOOL
41 Richard Mrrrl. trir Hawaliaa Haiel'
GEO. I. CATEXACII (LATR OP EATON'S
Comaercial CoUege, Oakland. CaliforniaO baa opened a
school as above, and a bow prepared to five kssoci and teach
a bold and easy style of Pecssanshlp. rVbool boars T tot r.
every ereninf . Commences Monday. May 7th.
. p. 8. Lessons given at Private Residence, when required,
Writitj and Book-Keepicf done to crder. Leave order at
the Advertiser Office. Term moderate. mjt m
a L.L. PERSONS ARE IIEREBT FORBID
m. dea tresspass! nc oo the laadi of Malaekahana and Kaha
ka Ranch; and all Horses, Cattle aod Hoc foaad raantos; at
1 wre upon taid Ranch, will be dralt with according to law.
Dca aro strictly farhlaaWa oa the land, and trav
elers paseing throcjeh on the Government Road with dags, are
reQuested to keep the same oo chain while within the bouada
rie of the Ranch. t. A. HABSISOEli
Kahuka Ranch, May 1st, 1177. nj 5
Mary Belle Roberts, Coringa,
and City of Now York.
Cases Golden Gate Table Fruits, asstd.
" Jams, assti
" " " Pie Fruits, asstd.
" " " Honey, in glass jars.
Cases Sliced Apples,
Cases Dried Plump, for stewing.
Boxes Alien Apples, in 10, 20, 40 and 50 lb. c.
Boxes Alden Plums and Pears, 10 lb. each,
Cases Burnett's Assorted Extracts,
Cases Borden's Extract Beet
" " Condensed Eggs,
" Concentrated Lemonade,
Maltby's Dessicated Cocoanut,
Cases Portable Lemonade,
Capes Libhj'a Corned Beef, Ham and Tongue,
2 lb. tins.
Cases Cutting's Corned Beef, 2 1-2 lb. tins.
Cases Head Cheese, 2 Lb. tins.
Boneless nmd Pressed. 2 Lb. TIs.
Cases Golf Shrimp, in tins.
Kits No. 1 Mackerel, Kits Mesa Mackerel,
Kits Halibut Fins,
Kegs Pig's Feet, pickled.
Kegs Pickled Sheep Tengues,
Hams, Bacon and Lard,
Snioked Salmon, Smoked Beef,
Eilstern and Pacific Codfish,
Choice Mess Pork in hf. qr. and 1-8 bbls.
New California Cheese.
Oat Meal, Cracked Wheat,
Hominy, Ryo and Corn Meal,
California Crackers, assorted.
NICNACKS and FRUIT BISCUITS !
Saloon Bread, in cases and boxes.
Soft Shell Almonds, English Walnuts,
EASTERN CRANBERRIES !
(Jolden Gate Eztra Family Flour,
" Superfine Flour,
" Graham Flour,
Oats and Bran.
Also, the usual Assortment of
FOR SALE BY
HENRY MAY & CO.
I IIEREBT GIVE NOTICE THAT MY
wife, GRACE KOSK, baring on the 26th day of NoTem
ber last, left my bed and board and declined, at my request, to
return thither, she is not authorised to contract any debts on
my account, and I ahall pay no bills or debts contracted by
her or for her account.
Kaneohe, April 27th, 1877. (ap28 3t) M. B08B.
ABSENCE FROM THIS
mJ Kingdom. CHA8. T.
GCLICK, Eni., will act for m
under power of attorney.
Honolulu, April 26th, 1877. (ap28 3t)
DISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP.
JL existing between the undersigned, has this day been dis-
solved by mutual consent.
C. C. COLEMAN.
Honolulu, 2nd April, 1877.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE
anDonricernent, the undersigned would respectfully fir
notice that they hare formed a co-partnership, and that the
old business will be carried on at the same premises. King
Street and Esplanade, under the firm nam of West Chay
ter. All liabilities of West k Coleman will be assumed by tbe
J. T. CHATTER.
Honolulu, April 2d, 1877. apl4
IWOCLD TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY
of thanking the public generally for the liberal patronage
hitherto bestowed upon me, and In connection with toj new
firm, would beg a continuance of the lame.
P14 J.T. CHAYTER.
TMIE BUSINESS HERETOFORE COX
ducted under the firm name and style of F T LENEHAN
Jt CO, will in future be carried on under tbe name and style of
GREEN, MACFARLANE A CO, Mr Q W Macfsrlane baring
become a partner from this date. All accounts of tbe firm will
be assumed by tbe undersigned.
GREEN, MACFARLASE k C9.
Honolulu, March 1st. 1S77. m3 tf
H. E. M'INTYRE & BRO.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR CUSTOMERS
and the pabl;c generally, that they
Have Removed their Grocery & Feed Store
to the manka store in the OJd FtU.oca,
(pending the erection of their new building on the old stand,)
where they are prepared as usual to furnish ererythiog in their
BEST QUALITY AND AT FAIR RATES 1
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 6 XTTCANU STREET,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Sheet Iroi Jt Copptrwarc !
Kit? COXSTAXTLT OS H490
FULL. ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE I
Galualzed Iroa and Lead Pipe,
In whole and half rak;
OF SCFEiilOR QVAUTY,
.T 11 H
t I o e c I v o Ua
BRIG HESPERIAN !
C. BREWER & CO.
OiTer Tor Sale per
AH. SHIP CORINGA,
JfST ARRIVED, THE LIRtKST AD
Most Complete Assortment
General Merchandise !
Brer Imported into this Country, consisting la art sf i
fttrsns Coat, Rnl Oak Casks, forty rations each,
Comberlaod Coal, 30 ft. Kxtra Timbered Whale Boats,
O A r ct 3VX a t o lx o m X
Fitch, Tar, Resin, Torpentins, Tarnish, Ubared O.I,
Mineral Paint, Lamp Black, ratty, mm rmson,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES
Namely t Corn Starch, Clams, Lemon rroi.
Ore Pes. Tomato Ketchup, Mackerel, I'otwd Meal,
Lobsters, Tomatoes, ftaussir Meal. Oerkins,
Cider Vtoefar, Green Corn, LA CROIX DRAKD
Whits Cube ftuf ar. Mock Turtle a. Tomato fVmpa,
Barrels and Cases Bait, Family Pork, la barrels)
Sperm Cudlfi, MsVi BUtLli?, Cld Leaf Tobrr
O Bears, 1 J. II, and Inches
A Choice Assortment of FIRE WORKS
Consisting of Rockets, Benolas and Roman Candles,
An Ineolcs of Cut Nails, 3d to 40; Oara, Ax Handles,
Ho Handles. Uand Carta, tight and heavy )
Cuiliratnrs, ride Hill Plows.
Leather BelUnf. tlx lnchesj Fairbanks Hralrs,
II ant's Hatchets, si And shincliniri A X EN,
44 RiTSts, Babbitt Metal, Ilrmp Tw.ne.
Bobber Paekios:. 1-1 lnch Hemp Pack Inc. KulJrr,
3 Ply Robber iiose, I Inch, for (Tardea aaet
CHARCOAL. 1 HONS, Mais Collars,
Brass Wlr 8leres. Centrifugal Linings, tirlodstones,
Bares, Birch and Corn Brooms, Zinc Wash Boards,
Mayntrd Noyt's Ink, Yellow Metal Fheathlnf Kails,
A rknri 1 iflo ll.a. and 1 650 lbs. I
New Bedford CocJar. 6 threats to t lot What l.lne.
An Inrolo of Refined Iron, asstd. sse( Norway uaa,
A VERT CHOICE 8ELECTIO OF
Consisting of i Rolling Top Offlos Desks,
Black Walnut Wardrobes. Library Cases, feecrrtaries,
Ash and Black Walnut Sideboards,
Ash and Black Walnut Waahatanda.
Ash and Black Walnut CHAMBER BET",
Ladies' Black Walnut Desks,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kssy and Rocking Chairs.
Folding Chairs. Folding Tables,
Painted Chamber Bets, Imitation of chestnut and nakt
Black Curled Hair, an asst. of Pining and Uffic Chairs.
A well selected Lot of Dry Goods :
Consisting of i Brown k Bleached Cotton Sheeting,
ChinU Percale, Cardinal Robes, Hamilton Prints.
AnosleaE, Pearl Hirer and May Maker' Denim
Ticking, Amoskeag Shirting, Brown Flannel,
Ria Itrillinv. Oreralls. Denim Pants aud Jumpers.
Plaid Bhlrts, Palm Leaf Hats, Lawrence Duck, No. 1 to 10
Raven's ditto, Uotton l wine,
600 Cases Pratt's Kerosen Oil,
SO0 Cases Downer's Kerosrn Oil, Black Walnut,
Ash Plank, Nests Trunks, Uskum,
EASTERN KEG and BARREL SH00KS J
Hoop Iron, I, , 1, 1 Incht Caustle Boda, Talm Oil,
THE LARGEST ASSTM'T. OF CARRIAGES
ever imported In one vessel, tonsistlug of i
1 Jumpseat Carryall, 3 Extension Top Cabrlolea,
2 Canopy Top Basket Phsstons, 1 Caffra Wagon,
1 Spring Brownell Wagon. 1 Pony Phaeton,
I Express Wagon, 1 Park Pbsston,
THREE OF THOSE JUSTLY
Celebrated Wood's Organs!
An Asst. of Ready Made Clothing,
from th boas of Messrs. Isaac Fenno k Co.
An Invoice of McMurray's Fresh Oysters,
A full asst. of Knowle't Patent Steam Pumps. New. 2 to t
All of tho abovo Merchandise
HAS BEEN CAREFULLY
SELECTED EXPRESSLY TOR TIMS MARKET J
Purchased for Cash, and will be sold at VERY LOW
RATES upon reasonable time, or a Liberal
Iis4?MBt for Cash
j2T 8m C. BREWER V CO.
PLOWS ! PLOWS
PLOWS t ! !
HALL & SON
Just Received per Coringa 1
A Large Asst. f Eslra Harsleaed
Mad by the MOLINR PLOW COMPANY, coin
prising TWENTY I1FPKRBNT S1ZE and feTVLF.H, among
which win be found
HAtt'S FURROW PtOW,
A doable mould board plow, made specially for Cans Planting.
Also. THE GRUB PLOW,
A HEAYY Bteel Plow, for breaking new land, and made to do
the work of th Iron Paris plow, but reqniring only two-thirds
the team necessary for that plow and doing the work better.
Also, Steel Plows for Second Plowing,
To eat from 10 to It inches, and
LIGHT HORSE PLOWS
For cultivating CANE or RICE, to cot from 0 to 10 In.
ALSO, STEEL SIDE HILL PLOWS, 3 sixes.
And a few
Iron Beam 11 own,
So much used ia th Western States, four aises, to cut from 12
to IS inches.
Ws have also. Steel Teeth Cultivators, Road Scrapers and
Which can b usd with any of the plows, catting over 11
inch furrows, and which art now being rxtensivrly usod on
Also, IRON PARIS PLOWS,
So well known throughout tbe Islands.
WE II AVE ON HAND, OR EXPECT BOOM TO RK
CEIYE, Hall's C. 8. RICE HOES, a new article.
Plantation Hoes all sites, Shovels, Ppades. Pick Axes,
Pick and Ax Mattocks, Gsrden Uoes light and heavy, Rake,
Hay Forks, Trash Forks, Ric Harrows, aod many other Tools
which, with the abov will comprise the BEST AND MOPT
EXTEN81YK ASSORTMENT OF
Agricultural Implements I
0t th BEST make ever offered In this market.
, ' r i.i i .Sfl mm 1 1 1i
BOOKS! BOOKS I!
.11 cvs M . TIIIIUIM Y OAT
roi !.ll CAM. ITTEXTIOS TO THE
''Us-ttg Lid XI io ; W iks band, t
KAM AM PKKKTATIO. HOKKUl
Laurel Ltarcs. Tte rk-l Hc4 1-sJj, Laila Raosh.,
Isily s.., lri laWaTfMt Afttn.
lbs Cull. I t J. ILik Sim! RftystM-s, Ik I !,
UoJ.muh's Wxklill . Nt-l alarm,.
Our r-U IVttrail I'sttitrf , Ibe li'trt'l la A .
Hallsds 4 llosne, Uatdo end l l'a. la Marsjaisaf Laff
Tli "org ef l fVivvr ftrtsblt TM pMrt IsvsialS,
ChiMllMK! ns. 7 I sry Larsi Ii mi and Hail,
Tte ll'4y Uor! (HI ). Uuk rsfl 4 Iks ,
CotcrhifV Ancient Manner, negs rt ear Teats,
wfiss 4 , ) of IfMenli;
l..e ol ib k-srly pt. Tr"fo ff stars.
Art Jcamsl Ar-ptetoss, UTt, kssdsnWy fcsaac.
LsriW, Ainvnria's (III ). Cos pees Weeks, Ballads.
..4d ifcs, llsasoroa loetrr, Prroa, Mllios, ftnsWtClir
Lsdt cf the lake sad Ueslit, sunns' roUr4 Hutka,
I've ft aad R f t, Tpir aod Ji-bnsua,
Miuy lit wnt's 1'otsds ot WaisraJ liwtsry,
H.wi and Poem, t-y Mother i4 Uasgbtev,
fcilltr .. iHtrdre, Uesnsas Wsnlsworla,
Pop and suern, 4I and t'otertdg,
Lalis Hauls aad Ibasapssa, Isaac sad CsstiwH,
h.iny and Norms, Ooidisitib ss4 osthly,
Rose sad Roof Tree Ls lamp,
wMi',. U'll, Mrrvdiih. VTbmWr, all Is Ws krsilksr
Oattered Urata, songs of 1 are Cssxsrssa, MarW Pn'pascT
CHILI'RKN,t HOOK I
Pictsrrs llspry llosns. Tlnwuli 'Mars Las.
Banst.li Iv t half land. Tmy liout .i sa4 tlMHr ttslktsra,
list y ly Him for h Vssag,
itttrry I Vl4 I'wtsrs Rok,
fisr.pl Addiluei nd Ksrsery Jlnglrs,
1 he Utile Lesrorr's Ivy Rook, I'rvtty rictsres,
My Inl I'lctS' w.k. Ton TLsmb s IVtar kWvk,
Lulls Hirdw' ttdar Hwok,
Aunt Mart's Psnday I'icsar Bonk.
A ant J 1'x'tuic Rik, Misiier Uubbard's Fk-tur IVsA
t'. k Nutin'l I'Ktsr li. , Farwr s Fletsrs Bonk,
Rrd Kkdmahnod fKtsr m.k, V H A wsk Ftraswr Ruk
Karwcr. UlU ids Awake, Liut Folks,
suoday I'tctur fur any lsUg. Chaitvr Inl,
Alnr's fsnday rirtor llo., ti.lM's Iwlisbl,
Wes V) M , OX Told TK Llttkt Trsassrs
Fsiry Legettda, Brrlt'isr Uifl b,
l b A U C IVIar Ooodr Is Fboea,
rrairis Rooks, Cupl tabl, Krery Llltls Rs. Roxb
fnn.lar Hadmf r Oood Ckiklren, Ont Clilldrsas tr
Tbs kwys' and utrls' llinrat4 (i.K Wok, a
T Children's Album, Th 1 hiMrrs's audtv Alhssa,
Tbe ClilUlres Fielsrs lt of I He Psfaollf td ABIatal,
A Plctsre Mory Rnr.k. LHII IJHy's Ftrinr llk,
Th Life ofJosus" fur Vsang I'aopls, Child's liw,
I hat fur Nsall t hatterers, l b Cfcjid s Cosntrj Rank.
PAIR' TALK I
IVAulnoy's Fairy Talrs, lioasnold Tale a Fairy Tata,
Htortr lr Ui llousehnld AsUirsosi Arsblas Blghu,
1 h lablrs of Flli'ay, Ths Trssssry of Fairy Tales,
Fables, r'p's lablra. Fairy J airs Told Again,
Fairy Tale with s t'srpus.
M CMC liOOHII
risiiist's Album, tloms Cirri. firf Wrsala,
I'tano Fort (inns, MnsWsl Trraswrs,
Ktrluirdsoa's kw Method, fcrhaaiaas' Snnes.
MendelMbs's lurtS, Uol.ln t Mm, IV'sr's lasltavMlaa
llunler's Instructions, Lablacbe's Inause ksr.,
(Irms ol (XvMllsh IVxif.
Ixvilr's I'orts lor VtUin, Flut. with risna,
M. If 1 ml rutl ion RiHk fur th Ouiisr,
l.urnmls Rorgla, Norma, Mssirsl Catlut, Ths Crnsllost,
Vanjo Inalnii'tiona, Wrraihtif Umia, Fluls lustranion,
liar Irs Urob' Mrlhod, llunUr's I nstrmM Ions Ut fxaools
U.mt o( Uis llaore, I'hild's virst buoh of Musts,
Hi fonts ol England, With suuale,
tacred Pong, anel nt and mmlrru.
Humorous notigs. old and nrw.
The tViMig of bvolland, The rVxts of Ireland.
II A Mil HOOK Ml
llaswtll's I'w krl Fngkiieer. lalesl editius,
m-ieiie li-f ii ls.4, u:ot
Knijulr within upon Krert Uilug, Wrinkles and Rwls,
Amongst Marhlrw, Mrs hV.si llonavhold Msnaossseat
Marlon llarland's 1'omruon nrns la tbs Houwhohl,
ldirs' Flinuett, tlasar Hook of th Household,
.very woman nerewa uarasoer,
Wrajr's I'raciical Sugar I'lantvr,
lr ('has' Recipes, or Ir.fonnaiion lor Ervrlbud.
Th Family Medli si UulJt,
Mrs Rre her's liouas Krr and Health Kr.
IIOOKM FOR Ol.ll AND VOdKtil
Running tlt Rlonkade, Usav Adolf,
harloll Arkerman, lit Wild "Monk lad.M
Morking to Win, Uoldvn Da)s, Marl of lllrd lit;
Th Young Ooverness, Th flag of Malms,
On ths Rosd Is Hmiis, M Iddts march, lsnlnl bsroads,
Morton llouss, Kiaiabls sblpwmaks, Us s Loral Rsvf,
Crocaer th Clown, l'r$tj and othsv Isles,
Rvenlng at llnms, rainJiofd srd Merton, (
Hunjrau's Pilgrim's frog rssa, Reynard Ik Foa,
Hour of rAutwhliM, Ring Uab' Sloty Rsg,
hcnes In lbs Hawaiian Islands,
Mils' Tour Around Hawaii, Oliver and lbs Mill,
Ulsraturs of Risslng, Our Journal is lb I'soMIe,
Maria Monk's lis us bier. Phermen's Mlstoeloal Hald,
Chsucrr's Canterbury Tales, Vl'n Charlotte's I stand.
Til Mvln Comdy of lsnl A llghirrl Umgfrllow.
i-aillry's Island of Flrloeland, Cast sp by lb Res,
Fiousrr Knows of ths Wast,
Frlsnd Frlls, s tsls of tb Ranks of ll Laalsv.
Th Illustrious or Mathews Errkmsos Chalrlan,
Hlorles of ths Rhine, Tb Polish Jw and other Tales,
Confessions of a Clarionet Piny, Ths gar Horth,
Tbs Tiny World, Ths Ureal lp, Tbs gar Fast.
I set Liul- Classics ennlalnlrgi stule. Inullsnl. Tra
rdFt Lire. Lsnghter, lxv, Asiliors, Bomanee, tlfUmrf,
Coissdy, Chllillinod, ierulsm, Pueas I vols)
True to tl Last, luw Could b Mlp It,
Th "tar and lb ClouJ, 1 Lov and I k Lnvsd,
I'rs liren Tklnkliig, A long axwb Abend, i
riatorlcal Htudles. Tbs Vnlvsrss (Poachet)
fislory of Ireland, vols, by McUoogb'gas k MUcbsli.
W est Lawn, Tb Rook that fcvery FatnUy sds,
Ij-ft on Labrador. Tin kuniinl Wlr
Country W alks of S Naturalist, Reaside. Foi nllng
Camping Out, Jai k llayword and lira Fortune. , I
Johnny Ludlow, Pink and W bit Irrannv.
Ancient fislory from tb Monuments Persia,
Ancient islory from lb Motiumenu Assyria,
Currency and Ranking. Seem iHiurblsrs,
Italia Ooldihwait, Tb WorH's Birihdsy,
Tbs Story of a appy osie. Th Culprit,
l.lttl Men or Jo's Roys, A Wonder book M Bays A Olrls
Th Hoy Emigrant, iosns iarmoales. Living is Fast,
Rats Iiauton, laturkal and Archltvotsral kketaihiw,
1 hs Csrlyle, Autholoty, Flasy Fr tests,
Klght Cousins or lbs Anthills, What Kails I) Id,
Miacbirrs 1 hsnksglving, llrdiims florl,
More Redlim Btorks, 1 1i Lilly end tb Cross,
On by One, tarth and lis Treasures,
Talk A boat Labor, Las Veneris, One Hammer
1 Us llarbados Ulrl. 1 bs uchss of Orleans, '
Noble Oblige, Kobinsos Crusoe, Tb Kngllsh Rsdorr
"wis Family Robinson, I. II of th km press JWpatn,
Romannesnf ths Revnlollnfi,
istory of Centennial Eahibltlnn. by Jss D MrCalni,
Mark Tsaln's Adventures of Tom rswyer kls laisst work
istorlcsl from th Old Jesuit Mission,
Lit ll toiks In Fathrs snd Fsr snd Others la Neither,
Chart! Laur. tea Rreec. Persia, Assyria,
Wonders of tb Physical W orld, lisnlel lionn.
Young Crusoe, Bwoid and 1'i-n. Vnlo snd th Venetians,
Ronald Haouerman.Ptorms, Th Pesasnt Hoy Phllosot.lter
Ollblss, Ixm Uuiaotc, Oullleer's Travels, ,
American Hhepherd, Circle of lb Year,
Wealth snd Mature. Assyrian Msoovtrl,
Tti OrHdan Flats, The Annual CyrlotKedis, 1171,
1 as Hoy Joinxr and Model Maker,
Tb Monarch ol tb Main,
Adventures of Johnny lronal.1, Wcn.Ierful Adventures
Th Islory of s Rook, Animal ftagaelty.
Our luuib Companions. Cloud land and Shadow Land,
Ths W orld Rls tb llug, Th tVumaa Rao,
Reptllrs and Hirds, 1 he Moon,
pchools and Msster of Painting, Tb Blaxk Prior,
Rights and InslghU, 2 vol Raochus Imbroned,
My Opinion an.1 lietsey llolM-rt's. Tk Klndargsrtcn,
W yrb Jaal, Th Oold of Cbkkar, t'idv tb Oaks,
Rudy and Mind, The Kiel. moods' Tone In Europe,
Th Vicar of W akeoeld. Wonders of Engraving.
Lives of Novelists snd UramaMati, Rat th Ravlf atar,
Ralph th Melr, Ilia Reltoa Kalaf,
Knew be was Right, Caa Yon Forglv tit.
Lous Fchmldl, Rachel Ray, Orley Fsrm.Tb iWtrawis.
I'hln Firm, Th Kellys and tb O'kellys,
Tb MaedermoUnf Rallyoeras, Mary Oresley,
Miss MrKtnsIa, 1 ales of M v Country.
Caatl Richmond, locUr Iborn, Tb Ystuig Bnrveynr,
Aunt Jo's txrrap Rag,
Triumphs tf Ancient snd Modrn Arohlieelar,
Marguritt's Journal, Hsoent Musis and Musicians,
fa too Htodies, Th Angvl of tb losberg,
landor' Imaginary Conversation,
Common Oljxct of th M Iceoaco).,
Prophetic Voice Concerning America Somner,
Oclopn-dla of Oeogrspliy, Nelly Rinnaid's Kingdom,
What Women Fhould Know, Aftr Many Iays,
Tlis Hsvn Children, Mine I't Island,
Life of Wssblrigton,
Th Two bestiiiies Wllkl Collins ( Tt Oay wortaert 1
Foster Life of C has Lie kens, vol 1, 2, S,
Ftrengtb snd Ruty, Every Day Facts.
Webster' LMettonsries, Cssl Away Is th Cold,
Rocks Ahd, Cowiplet loiter Writer,
fow to Writ Letter, Th W bit Rork Cov,
Th Basket of Flower, Kdltb and ber Ayah,
Th Sea and ftcashore, W alter snd lb Seaside,
Rhyme snd Reason, Our Feather Companions,
Our Dumb Neighbor. Anecdotes In Mat oral istory.
My Mother, Horboald's vmn In I'ross for Children.,
Iogs and 1 Lelr tiotngs. lb Babe In lb Basket,
Our Four Footed Friends,
slf lours with ths Early Kspbirers,
fcraps of Knowledge, Pictorial Family Register.
i'slday Albums for Roys,
Famous Regiments of tn Ilritlsb Army.
om Book for tti Family. rrWl and tilshco imu
Tssao's Jerusalem Ie!fverd, Giles' Minority. '
Th ousenold of hlr Thoma Mnoes,
agasaits oe)iogtcal Miru b-s. The Building of a lirala
A fctout eart, (torirs of a Oorilla Country. '
Huw Msgery tlped, Child of ll. Tld.
Truth Illustrated, Lighthouse snd Llgbtshiia
Live of Labor, Annals i4 Ihe Poor, '
rt Paul) bis Life, bis Writing and bis Working
lira's Troubles i or. Tried snd Trn. '
ullsnd't Every Lsy Topics,
Ordrri frm tbt thrr Maidi raBiptlf altradrsj f
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Fancy Oofds, Sheet Music,
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