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i A IDA r, SEPiSmBER 13, is;s.
The arrival of the steamer from San Franrlscoon Mou
Uay trlng advice confirming previous favorable reports
tcmrhin? our Island staples. WiUiamt. Blanrhard &
Co.'a Market Review of tn 2Vth nit.. Rive tbe following:
Rick Imports from January 1st to An. 1st: Cblns.
14.li5.V43 Its. 2OT.067 pks: Japan. 17,h3 401 pigs,
Carolina. 36.11 J R.; Hawaiian, a.487.73i Its.
Tb fdf.c mail ateamahlp China brought 8.2.M. ba.
Tbe bulk or our entire atock la cow classed aa " mixed
China" and is beld at t(q,&c. Strictly So. 1 China Is
very scarce and of thla small sale are made atVMc.
Hawaiian Tablets mostly concentrated and t rora aecond
hand beld at THrie. The bark K. C. Beal. M days from
Yokohama, brings B.'jCl baa Japan.
C'orrer. Imports from Jan. 1st to Auj?. 1st: lUo.lt,.
.V.i.rOi; Central American. Vm, 1.1.2V4.440; Hawaliau. It,,
h:.Zii: Manila. m.347,(W3; Mexican. Jba, fc.zTu; Java, It..
21 .; Chile, tha. Ml.
The straiuhip China, from Hongkon?. brought 300
bas. Th market continues unmoved and sluxrfinu for
all dt-a.'riptl.ns and at unchanged rates, say lie down fur
all liu.U of Central American Greens.
SrA Iruporta from Jan. lt to An?. 1st: Hawaiian.
It.. ly.zrj.tto, pki?s. 3I.VJ3; China. V.a. 1,411.745. pkn.
H4; Kaxti-rn. overland, bbts 6.1i4; Manila, Hi. Ul,4.rj,4y".
pkH. 115,'AV); Java. lbs. ,44 J.'j!J; Peruvian, Its, 70.57');
Central Aiuerii ao, Ma, 2,50,2, pkgs, 5, 1 JO.
News of tbe whaling fleet and its success bad been
bronxl.t to port by the brig Timandra. which has arrived,
after a voyage of eleven dys Iroru Chonmaln litlands.
L'ptoJnlr 21d the achr. Leo bad ltm) Itm of Bone and
'J.uuo II lit Ivory; achr. W. II. Stevens. 2.i0 lbs Hone,
4.IKNJ ir, Ivory. SXJ bbls Oil; schr. Iudimtry, 173 lb Bone,
IfJO tt,a Ivory; schr. Wm. H. Sleyer, clean; schr. f lylD
Mii4t. at the C'houwafrtu Islands, Furs, Ivory and bone;
brit Onward, from Honolulu, clean; scbr. C. M. Ward,
ene whale; achr. Lolita, one whale, aooil lbs bone, 4,(J
lbs Ivory; ship 8yren. at lit. Lawrence lisy; July th,
spoke whaling bark Northern Light, clean.
A private circular by the same firm of two days' later
date than the above, has been kindly placed in our band.4,
from which we quote a follows:
We have again the plesaare of waiting upon yoo with our
Hpecial Market Review, and are glad to hare to advise an im
provement in the tone of our General Market, which feeiiog.
we frost, will be gradually strengthened by orders from the
Fast, these leading us to expect the long-looked-for revival of
trade. Regarding this matter, the New York Economist
The prof ref s at first may be alow and gradual, but the up
ward movement has begun, and it will sweep onward in in
creased dimensions until all our industries are again in motion,
and honest labor Scs steady employment. Interior
dealers say tbe agricultural communities sre in a good finan
cial condition. Three years of abundant harvests have enabled
farmers to pay up their debts, lift their mortgages, wipe out
their taxes, aud they now will supply their families with staple
merchandise, which so long, through enforced economy, has
been denied them."
fcugar This staple bas taken a firmer stand and in the face
ot reduced stocks here and favorable advicea from New York,
where an advance ol iHic is quoted. We look shortly for ;
better sales than have been chronicled for some time past.
from Manila we have late advices, but no change to repurt in y
Kice Receipts from all directions have been small, and we
have now barely a month's supply in first and second bands.
The China Mixed to band fur tbe but three months is of such
a very inferior quality that only those use it who are forced to
do so by circumstances, the consequence being a continued im
provement in demand and price for the better qualities, and
China ISo. 1 is disposed of readily at ivtc; consequent op
on which high price Hawaiian finds consumers at 1i!ibc. and
mall and constant shipments should find a ready market for
the coming two months at good prices. Tbe Lmma U Beats
from Yokohama 2Vth lost, brought 8061 bags, the first impor
tatioa from that direction for over two years. Of this cargo
we hear of intended shipments to the Islands for sale.
Coffee We have no new feature to report. Uusineas Is
'pathetic, and quotations are merely nominal. We quote
Coal Rica. Kic; Guatemala, 17&)171ci Manila, loir(17c
Wool There is considerable Oregon in store, which is slow
of sale. We quote: Valley. 21223c; Eastern. 15,&lc
Humboldt Wools are lower. We quote them now at IWWSic
Hides A fair business doing at 15'ii16ic for Dry; Salt
Light, tic; Heavy, tfc Woolskins, SOtiWOcs Shearlings,
Hour Extra family. 15 60.
Tbe II W Almy and uatac are up for your port, to sail on
or about &1 proa; the Kuatace to be followed by the Grace
Exchange; Sixty days on London, d.
We are jours faithfully,
Williams, Blanciiasd Ac Co
A half interest of the Olowalu Plantation was sold this
week for fl05.H3O.
Tbe following are the arrivals for the wet k: Sept
Ella from San Francisco; Giovanni Apiani, from Arctic,
ami Jenny Pitts, from Port Gamble; 10 Kalakaua and
City of Sydney from San Francisco; 13 Mokolil and Gen
Harney, from San Francisco, Madura from Jarvis' Island.
F.m At tui.i r r City .f rvInry, g t 10 Henry
Tyler. !'. !:r- furl n. F Hs .r.rr. s!)d "7 in trantt'i.
Fnn WsMiwuu. f'f.iT i'rr Llkehke. Kept l'V-Hi Ma
Je.ty the hlii-. i...v -L P'.n.ir.is. K 1" A.Sm. Mr and Mr
Ath-rt..ii. Mix- Ii.-tid. Ir S-i.ith. lb u A S CUuh'iru. Mr
J 11 liar.- a;il 3 cl.i Mr n . A : l-ir bsrUt. W H I!rvt.. L
Ab-.-l. M J M. I sii. i"!i--M. II Wbitnev. Mr K Eert
n l . t:il !. J s l .tti.rt M. J Mad'bn. H C Sbebbm. W J
hli'-i '. t s; tai!i W::if..tuc a-id iff . C t'aV"t. F W I'art'r.
C V ustii, i. 11 o -.il.!. M l;ailey. C Mailarlsne. Mr
S'. bolt, ai: ! about M lie. k.
Fe-.v av l iiisi .-jiv.-hr Kalaka-.ia. !-t t l' Walter
Misar. Win Hlurtu, John Str-liau. Oej Uooda;r, and
4i Chi :. lab r-r-.
t'r.n Kmii. Kai-ai Per Marian. S- t. 13 James Carap-
iil a; will-, it. I r.lx-rif. l chiidren k. servant, A
Lrf i r, 4 tu r A, de' k.
From Fin Fwxruco per Gen nsrney. Sept 13 Jjbn
KoUKers, rrank CoUiun. Cbas ltoeslan.
For Kahviui Per Kilaaea Hou. Sept 13 J Waim'r. f
Anii-trutig. Mr K . Lanion. Mr J M Crowell. Mrs D
Cruiiinberi. H Conwell, Wm O Irwin. W O Smith, A
Furuandcr. i.l about 45 deck.
CLARKE lit CKLF- la tt:s city, September 7th. at
tte resideiif e of Ctt. A. N. Trttp. by the Rev. Father
Hermann. Ma. Charlj s Clabk t . Miss Jexxie Bccklx,
ili.iLur vt Mr. William km ke; ail of Honolulu.
Tbe wediiL.; feast wa spread at the residence of tbe
bride's fatLer, on Lihta Street, and in poiut of anmptu-
ousnes and brilliancy ba been seldom equalled in these
Island. Hi Majesty tbe Kictf honored tbe occasion by
bi preMeuce and tvi Jently enjoyed tbe festive siene.
Among the iiUn.ercus gneati we noticed His Excellency
the Minister of tbe Interior. Danc ing waa vigorously
kept tip nntii tbe approach of the "wee ema' hours'
warned tbe revellers that Sunday was at band. Tbe
Printer acknowledge with thanks the receipt of a liberal
share of the bridal cake, aud join in good wishes.
COOKE MOST LEY In this city. September 10th. at
the residence of Mr. J. M. Cooke, by Rev. H. Binchain,
Clakksck W. L'oiHE, of Honolulu, to Ml CUXA L-
Mimnr.T, of t'uion City, Michigan. N'u cr Is.
(Michigan papers copy. J
I 1 K U .
WILLS la tbi citv. on the 12th InHt.. Lorn Thomas.
axed seven months, infant on of Mr. and Mrx. Willb, of
CAMPBELL At Laupahoehoe, Hawaii, Aayust 30th.
Geobiie Ai.rxATrB Campiikli., son of Thomas and Helen
A. Campbell, aj.;ed twelve years, two month and fourteen
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14.
pout or nouoisUisU, h. i.
7 rchr Warwick, Jao Bull, from Kalaupapa, Molokai
8 Stmr I. ikelike, Shepherd, from Hawaii y Maui,
ft ftmr Kilauea Hou, Marchant, from Kahului.
8 Am bk Jenny Pitts, Chevcrt. 15 days Ironi Port
8 Haw schr Giovanni Apiani, Weeks, from Arctic.
8 Schr Annie, Kalua,froin Molona.
8 tschr Ka Moi, Sears, from Kahului. Maui.
8 Am bktne Ella, Brown, days from S. Fruncinco.
0 Brit bk Madura, Stanton, 15 days from Jar is Ld'd.
V Haw bk Kalakaua, Jenks, from Uilo.
P M 8 City of Sydney, Dearborn, 7 days, 2 hours
and 50 minutes from San rfancuco.
10 Schr Kekauluohl. Malaihi, from Uanalei, Kauai.
11 Schr Pueekahi, Ikaia, from Mallko, Maui.
11 Schr Marion. Kiblin. from Koloa it Waimea.
12 Am schr General Harney, Tripp, 15 days from San
12 Stmr Kilauea nou. Marchant. fm Maui At Molokai.
12 Haw stmr Mokolii, Reynolds, 13 days and 19 hours
from San Francisco.
15 Schr Leahi, Kaaina, from Kohala, Hawaii
13 2c hr Mary Ellen. Kuanoni, from Onomea.
13 rJchr Waiehu, Kilia, from Molokai.
WILLIAM LUTHER MOEHONUA,
lovernor ot tnc island ot .Maui and its depen-
Utlcncice ; member of ilia Majesty's Privy Council
of State and of the House of Nobles ; Knight
Commander of the Order of Kalakaua, and
Knight Companion of the Order of Kamehameha,
died at hia residence in this city at half-past nine
o'clock on Sunday morning last, aged fifty-four
veara and four months. The deceased waa one
oftliQse characters rarely to be found in any race
a man who immediately commanded the abid
ing rcepect and good-will of all who made his
acquaintance. Without being brilliant, he waa
remarkably intelligent, painstaking and thorough
in everything that he undertook; scrupulously
just and uniformly polite and gentlemanly to all
of every degree. His countrymen and the Ha
waiian Government have sustained a grave loss
in his death, for, take him all in all, it will be
extremely difficult to find his counterpart among
the llawaiians of the present day. In fact, it is
one of the most melancholy aspects of the ques
tion of native decadence, so often spoken of and
argued pro and con., that as the old stock of
sterling llawaiians die off, there are so few of
their race coming up to take their places.
Major Mochonua, as be waa familiarly called,
was an officer in the military from the days of
Kamehameha III., and bis handsome form and
soldierly bearing when in command of a company
at parade or on some public occasion was often
remarked by foreign visitors. He was in the
service and confidence of Kings Kamehameha IV.
and ., and at the election of the present
Sovereign in 1874, being a member of the Legis
lature, he was rrctty badly used by the Court
The deceased leaves a widow, but no children,
and a considerable property in real estate.
We learn that the funeral services will take
place on Sunday, the 22d inst., at Kawaiabao
Church, of which the deceased waa for many
years a prominent and active member. Official
notice of the programme of procession will doubt-
lees appear in proper eeason.
6 Schr Mary E Foster, Beck, for Kau.
8 Am bk Bueoa Vista, for Port Gamble.
Stmr Kilauea-hou. Marchant. for Molokai Ai Kahului
t Achr Walmalu, Kaai, for Hoookaa.
8 Schr Waiehu, Kilia, for Molokai.
9 Schr W allele, Kalauao, for Maliko, Maui.
0 Schr fialeakala, Puaahiwa, for Uilo, Hawaii.
Id Stmr Likelikc. Shepherd, fur Maui & Hawaii.
10 Rchr Annie, Kalua, for K apaa.
10 Pchr Prince, Himersnn. for Kona fc Kau.
10 P M S Citv of Sydney. Dearborn, for Sydney.
11 Am 3-maat achr Elnorah, Lass, for fan Francisco.
11 Schr Kekauluohl, Malaihi, for Uanalei, Kauai.
11 Schr Pueokahl. Ikaia, for Maliko, Maui.
12 Schr Ka Mol. Sears, for Kahului. Maui.
Vi Schr Marion. Kiblin. for Koloa Ac Waimea, Kauai.
13 Stmr Kilauea Hou. Marchant.. for Lahaina and
KrmaT or thk P M 8 8 Crrr or Svpset. Df.arbobx.
Master Left San Francisco September 2d. at 12 m. with
4:1 cabin anil 177 steerage passengers; 11 bags mail and
216 V tons of freight for this port. Experienced Heavy
m v aud W winds with heavy sea for tbe first tnree nays.
Since, fin weather, light airs and smooth ea. Time
from Saa Francisco, 7 days, 2 hours and SO minutes.
Report or Schb GiOTAjsst Apiani, Weeks, Master-
Left Point Belcher August 'id. The ice opened August
1st. and the fleet passed Point Belcher on their way into
lie bring Straits for Point Harrow tne uainoow anu 11
alien in advance. Catch of the fleet same as previous re
port. Very little bone taken by the natives during the
r.r.roRT or Steamer Mokolei. Left San Francisco
August 2!Hh at 3:90 p m. Paaed Farallone Light at 8 p
m- blowing a westerly gale with a heavy Bea running. At
1-1 n'rliirk hlrted a heavy aea. which stove in tbe bouse.
I-ost several thinirs off the deck. Uot considerable water
Into the hold. Tbe gale continued up to the Slot. On
September 2d. 720 am. machinery disabled. Detention
, i h.nM Rermired it teniooraril v. and kept on with
rsntion. running at half speed. Had fine weather the lat
r.r r the naasaire. Oot the trades in lat. 27.30. Arrived
at Honolulu after a passage of 13 day and 21 hour.
H T Retsolds.
' v,ii Ai-rrr- Pee (iiovanni Aniani. Sept 9 7j0 lb
whalebvne, -JM lb Ivory, and 3V3 pkgs geueral trading
Fa.iv Port Gamble Per Jennv Pitts. Sept 9 3o3.4-22
ft roujjb. lumber, 106 M shingles. 15 bxs dry nan.
From Sax Frajtcirco Per Ella. Sept 9 76 bags P-
t... 1A ska onion. 142 bbl salmon. 1J0 bales hay. 5.,t4
mv. or. IMS ft V W lumber. 20.00U ft T and li lumber, 10
bxa apples, and 1.000 pkga general rudae.
Frosc 8a! Fraxcirco Per Kalakaua. Sept 10 17 pkgs
machinery. 175 bales hav. 14 pkg sewing machines. '.:
k tMitat.. 20.01 ) brick. 34 crate onions. 4:J ks flour.
li.3 ka bran, 10 bbls lime, and 703 pkgs general m Ue.
Frou Sax Francisco Per City of SyJneV, Sept 10
2.5M pkg general mdsc, 9,4 .4 rkg in transitu tor Aus
From Jarvis ILAn Per Malura. Sept 122 iron
; tanks, and 1,400 tons guano in transitu for Cork.
Fro Sax Francisco Per Mokolii, Sert 1214 rkps
hardware. 2"i5 kegs nails. 24 bxs glasu, 1J0 blind, 310 win
dows, and 43 rkga general mdse.
r.i s fnciBco Per Gen Harney, Sept 12 72
pkg general mdse.
r. T, Ktiivtt. V S W Per City of Sydney. Set t 10
13.21 lba pula : value idoniestic) $J,010.J1.
a, Fraxcisco Per Elnorah. Sept 11 205,931 lbs
sugar. 4O.0O0 lba rice. 16.830 lbs paddy.
fgoji WrxDWARD Ports Per Likelike. Sept K Bishop
' Maigret. V Bertrand. Kev Father Puzot. Kev Father Cle
ment Ker H Bingham, aliases t.ncy ana uiy spencer.
Miss Love, Miss Campbell. Misa Emmes. Mis Namahana.
Oeo Emmes. J T Chayter. H Poor. t W PilijH. L Aholo.
Mra j Wight. M i McLean, Dr Lnder. t Delmar. L P
Lenor, C Macfarlane, B W Kawainui. Mrs May. child and
nurse. Mrs i Smith. Q i Boss, wile and 3 children. Miss J
- ... - ,- . . ... . . . n Milf.n A n.i . )
v Bird, atlas vieicu, vx aruuiiuut, .m...., -
' Fbox KAHCl-n Per Kilanea-hou, Sept 84 C Bailer,
C A Bailey, tieo Mclntyre, i Monaarrat, and 15 deck.
" j"ROjf EarxAKAKAi AST) Kahtxci Per Kilauea-hon,
gpt tf J B Gibson, Mr Bates, Mia M A Howell, Akana-
Hilil, E W Barnard, Geo Gray and family, and about 40
Fann Sax raASCisco Per Ella. Sept 9 D C Atierton.
Geo Warner, John Conner, W H Hasten.
' - Xrox 8ax Fraxcirco Per City of Sydney, Sept 9 A
DtTer. J T Waterhouse, jr, H Cornwell, Mrs Lonisaon, 3
. . x . ai . r;n If.T..
children ana servant, jura 4 w iiumuu, auao jmurruj ,
The last steamer from" San Francieco brought
ver one hundred and thirty male Chinese planta
tion laborers, nearly all of whom will remain
with us when their term of service expiree, as
those bavo dono who came before them. They
will in time inevitably absorb all the retail busi
ness of the country, and gradually monopolize
all the small trades and handicrafts that now
afford a means of living to many of the natives,
as well as foreigners settled in the Kingdom. We
are not wiso to turn our eyes aside from this pros
pect, or to ignore it while it confronts us so
closely in the near future. We cannot be
ignorant of what is transpiring among our near
est neighbors, and what better warning of our
fate do we need than that which their experience
jWe have striven, in the past, to solve this
question of immigration. It is a difficult one
difficult of easy solution. At least, this has been
our experience thus far. It appears now that we
can obtain all the labor we need, but, unfortun
ately for us, it is of a race of people the most
undesirable, because it is of a race that will not
' assimilate" with our own. This point is euffi
ciently understood by everybody
The bark Priscilla, which left Madeira June
I, with Portuguese emigrants for these Islands,
is now about due. In our opinion, no better
class of people can be desired for supplying our
wants. They arc temperate, peaceful and indus
trious. This is what one of the leading papers
of San Francisco says of these people: " -gri
culture, dairying, stock-raising and gardening
are the principal occupations engaged in' by
them. "In whatever trade, occupa
tion or business they are engaged, industry and
sobriety are marked characteristics. Those em
ploying them prefer them to any other laborers,
because they never get drunk, are always on
hand to attend to their work, and most faithful
to the interests of their employes. Those who
know them best say that the Portuguese are the
most temperate class of people in California,
drunkenness among them being a great rarity
They are seldom or never inside of a law court.
Are not these exactly tbe qualities we need in
tbe emigrants that may come to our shores?
We desire very much to see immigration from
this source encouraged, for it will help to prevent
these Islands being quite absorbed by tbe Chi
nese, as now seems likely in consequence of tbe
reckless introduction now going on of so many
male Chinamen to supply the demand for planta
If Chinese were tbe only people that could be
procured, there would be some excuse; but this
is not so. An old resident of these Islands has
just returned from a visit of several months to
his native land Switzerland and declares, con
fidently, that hundreds of Swiss and Italian men
and women, strong and healthy people, sober,
moral and industrious, would gladly come to
these Islands to settle permanently, first engaging
for a term of years as plantation or other labor
ers, at wages not exceeding $12 per month. The
cost of bringing them from Europe would not ex
ceed 150 for each adult. Is not this far
preferable on every account to the present plan
We hojc our neighbour of the Gaztile will
oon Cnd c pace for the " admirably written paper
from the pen of the Chmcee Ambassador, now at
Washington city, by which be shows
what China bas done to advance Christianity. "
Has it been by the massacreing of mistaonaries,
an instance ot wnica occurred but a lew years
ago? It is a notorious fact that a fanuat who
undertakes to penetrate the interior of tbas
44 interesting " Empire, docs so at tbe peril of
bis life. We euppoee this fact may be intended
(or 44 the enlightenment of other na-
The Southern Plague.
TL terrible acourge, yellow fever, is desolating
tbe Southwesiera States. The accounts received by
tbe last ca.il are enough to wring tears from tbe
hardest heart. Tbe wail of sorrow is spreading wide
throughout tbat fair land. Tbe groans of anguish
from tbe sick and dying appeal for help; and shall
those cries remain unheeded or unheard ? For the
sake of cur common humanity, we hope not ! The
people cf the Northern States are organizing to help
their stricken Lreihreo, and money, meiicines atJ
nurses are being sent to their relief as fast as possi
ble. Have we no duty to perform in this matter?
We have ! Let us hasten to contribute our mite.
If we cannot do much, then, whatever we are able,
let us do quickly. Ia whatever way our people may
desire to send assistance, let there be no delay. The
urgency of the case requires to be promptly met, and
if we intend or desire to take any part in the work
of mercy, we must do so at once, if we wish our help
to be productive of any good result.
Another Remarkable Discovery on Manna Loa.
1'y the arrival of the steamer Likelike from
Eau we are gratified to learn that Captain Will
fong, manager of the Hawaiian Agricultural
Company's Plantation, bas discovered a mountain
marsh or lake located in the forest some distance
back of Punaluu, in Kau, on the southern slope
of Mauna Loa, which promises to be the most
valuable discovery made for many years in this
group. As near as we can gather from the de
scription given, it is not over ten miles from the
seashore, and bo situated that its water can be
conveyed to any part of the Kau district. Any
one familiar with tbat part of Hawaii will at
once see bow valuable this must bo to tbe agri
cultural enterprises near it. But we prefer to
give the, account in ;be words of our corre
spondent, who bas visited the scene, and can
vouch for what be says:
Keaiwa, Kau, August 28, 1878.
Mr Dear Sukldox: It seems as if wonders
would never cease in this far-otf domain of Mad
ame Pele not that she has been making any tresb
disturbances here; (or, on tbe contrary, she bas
been, for a year or more, as quiet as a sleeping
babe, only now and then showing a slight restless
ness bj an abortive effort to shake ber massive
dwelling. But the wonders are confined to water,
of which we have bad a new sensation during the
past tew days; and as I have endeavored to keep
you posted I must attempt a short account of what
bas happened ia relation to it. Captain Willlong,
determined not to be outdone by C. M. Spencer,
or any other man, bas made frequent excursions
ia the forests mauka, in search of water, and
finding, some time ago, a small marshy spot in a
very inaccessioie region, nau nis suspicions
awakened that either a large spring or other water
puddIv existed in tbat neighborhood, which has
Last week a party of five, including tbe Cap
tain, Civil Engineer Cabot, myself and two others,
determined to visit the spot. Mounted on horses,
we ascended tbe mountain and followed tbe trail
of the pulu gatherers for three or four miles,
which brought us into the heart of tbe fern forest
Here we left our animals and struck off to tbe left
or southwest on foot into the dense ferns, through
which we were obliged to cut our way with
machetas, progressing half a mile or so an hour
A more unpenetrable thicket I have never attempt
ed to get through tbe ferns growing to a majestic
bight of fifteen or twenty feet, and forming, with
tbe trees and fallen trunks, and witn the vines
which covered almost everything, a perfect net
work, underfoot and overhead, through which the
rays of tbe sua never pass. What a paradise for
ladies in search of rare and beautiful fern speci
mens, where grow a thousand species from the
most delicate lace on which the sun has never
shone, to the majestic leaf that rivals the royal
palm. Iwo or three hours of fatiguing travel
through this indescribable jungle, brought us to
tbe edge of a swamp, through which neither man
nor beast can safely venture. Here is the haunt
of the wild birds of Hawaii, and here, in a peren
nial solitude, the ducks and beautiful Hawaiian
geese breed and rear their young. The water is
said to be from 07te to six feet in depth, with tufts
ot grass and rushes, aud ohia trees growing
throughout it Near us was one of tbe outlets,
consisting of several rivulet3, wbich Captain Will
fong has sought to lead into one stream. But tbe
attempt was futile, for, after digging a trench lor
a short distance, the enlarged stream was soon lost
and disappeared among tbe rocks, trom an
elevated point near by, this swamp appears to lie
in the form of an L, the long arm running up the
mountain for a mile or more, and the shorter one
at right angle with it, and the width may be be
tween a quarter and half mile; but until a purvey
is made, no accurate estimate can be given. It
has several outlets, which would form permanent
streams, but the soil and rocks being very porous,
tbe streams now run underground to the sea, and
form tbe " bursting springs-' of runa-luu.
This swamp is similar to that on tbe summit of
W aialeale. tbe central peak ot Kauai, wnere tbe
Uanalei. Wailna, llanapepe, Waimea aud perhaps
other rivers on that Island find their source. A
similar swamp exists on tbe summit of the West
Maui Mountain, where the Wailuku and other
streams originate. So also back of Hilo another
forms the source of tbe Waiakea and other rivers
ia tbat district. But this one. discovered by Cap
tain Willlong, probably surpasses them all in size
and in tbe quantity of water wbich it contains. It
must be located fully 3.000 feet above tbe sea. and
receives its supply ot water from springs and from
tbe frequent and abundant rains falling on the
southern slope of Mauna Lo;t. and ossibly from
tbe snow deposits ot tbe summit, us lately sug
gested by you. It is undoubtedly the largest
5SE tnCdrenM !f filling up the country with Mongolians ? We
take the liberty to suggest tnat me uoard of Jm-
'Tnioration confer with this gentleman on the
na Flla Limb. G- C Williama and wife, J A Palmer, H
M Whitney, P Dalton. Jas Hammer. Mrs O B Ewart, H
Schmidt, Capt J A Bryan, Mrs Carter, P C Jones, wife and
2 children, Mrs Dickson and son, Mrs Tucker, J Lyons,
E X Dyer, wife and child,Miss Carrie Bond. J F Arundel.
J Lewis and wife, C Mon Chong. Mrs H Waterhouse, H
Dockmrmd, H Grenlnb, Dan Janner and wife, G Schnei
der. J D Robertson, J Walter. C F Wells, Mrs J Wright.
Thos Seary. J T Smith, Martin Briner, J B Hopkins. II
Koner, W McLanren, John uaiiagner, unas ccu, wuuu
hnnmlnzind wife. J B tan field. V McKenzie. F H Wilt,
Tue General Harney met with quite a series of
i mishaps coming into port on Thursday last. She
'eot aground, and after getting off collided with the
Hogrise Chinese passengers and 133 Chinese labor-j p nk Marion, doing son daruage to both vessels,
s. tn paengers itraasitu for Australia. '
reservoir of fresh water to be found anywhere on
our islands, anu wtien its oounaaries are uennea
and its outlets closed, as may easily be done, it
may be transformed into a picturesque mountain
lake, and its waters conveyed by artificial means
wherever they may be wanted. This being the
dryest season of the year, it seems reasonable to
suppose tbat tbe supply is usually larger rather
than smaller tban it now is. it would seem to be
just tbe place that a millionaire would select on
which to expend bis surplus resources and build
up an industrial community.
rerhaps a better idea of this mountain marsh
can be obtained by saying tnat it win be found,
when surveyed. to cover a tract of two hundred
and fifty acres, if located at the head of Nuuanu
Valley, it would furnish to Honolulu an inexhaus
tible supply of water for manufacturing, irrigation,
and all other purposes for a population of 50.000!
W bat is most remarkable in this connection is tbe
fact tbat no native or white man among all the old
residents, so far as I can ascertain, knew of its
existence, although located within two miles of a
road wbich has been frequented for years by the
pulu gatherers. But there it is, and it has prob
ably been there for centuries. Doubtless other
swamps and large springs remain yet to be dis
covered on the unexplored wastes of Mauna Loa.
Of what inestimable value would such a water
supply be to Kona, if found in that section. And
it may yet be found there, for it is as likely to ex
ist on the mountain slopes trending in tbat direc
tion as on this side. But those who have not
learned them by experience, can form no idea of
the difficulties encountered in searching for water
and springs, in these almost Impenetrable moun
tain tbickeis. More ought to be done by Govern
ment than is being done in exploring tbese un
known regions: and every large spring or other
source ot "water supply should be discovered and
mapped, as accurately as the points and sboals
alone the coast. This would be tbe surest way to
assist the development of our latent resources.
Alter lunching at tbe western base or cathedral
Hill and imbibinz freely of the pure, ice-cold
water of tbe marsh, we retreated our steps through
the fern jungle, reaching our horses just in time to
encounter tbe Erst of tbe showers wbicn fall every
afternoon tbrough the forest belt; and fully con
vinced tbat we had witnessed tue most extraordi
nary as well as the most interesting discovery
made since Captain Cook anchored in Kealakekua
Bay, one hundred years ago. H. M. W.
General Howard bas had a council with the Walla
Walla, Umatilla, Cayuse and Columbia River In
dians. After a brief parley the Indians were in
formed that three chiefs, the principal representa
tives of the tribes present, would be held until the
tribes turned over tbe Indians guilty of crime in the
late war. These chiefs were then arrested, and will
be held until the demands male upon them are sat.
isfieJ. Small bands, that have not surrendered ap
pear to be making their way through tbe mountains
to the Lemhi country, and are killing all tbey fall
in with on their retreat.
General Biker, returning from the northern j
shore cf Lake Sap ericr, confirms tbe reports cf new j
silver discoveries at Silver Inlet, .cl trices rich
peelmecs cf gcli and t.Uer crw. He reports fort: , rGrai$Ixed cr Unfurnished, ROCBI to Let.
KKuii.AK ti'A kti:ki.y mikdm;
of tbe tUarJ Tru.nv c! Ih - VN"ru' II -i:t!. will be
bed at All.. ln Ht. ; H c'c'ai i m. Till? VkX. PaI
BrdAj, tVf.t lt5. I f o.-uvr, F. A Sc 11 it I t.K..
l S.-crttaf .
i res extending a!mct ccntinucusly for ICO tailer.
I comrDencisg tacs cf Du.ath, and spreading Lcjcnd
Grand Maris and Ilorsesbce Bay.
Dennis Kearney is attractirg a gcod deal cf atten
tion ia the Hutern States. On tie 2S;h clt. be had
an interview witb the President at Washizgtcn, at
which the Chinese question, labor, capital, land
grabbing, and the depression cf the general business
interests cf the country were discussed. Cpca the
first question the President stated that bis nasi was
pretty well male up already, and that he thought
Congress wuuld assist California to a f aal settlement.
A cricket scourge has appeared at Saa Buenaven
tura, Southern California, which is thus spoken cf :
For some nights past the dry goods stores in town
have been obliged to close their doors at dark to
keep out the countless swarms cf crickets which at
tempt to enter, and are said to cut woolen goods.
ine wnan ana tne steamer if,siaii:,r, were per
fectly covered-with the insects. TLey seem to be
moving towards the west ia millions.
Tbe people cf San Frar.cisco are becoming alarmed
at tbe prevalence of leprosy in their midst. There
is little doubt that many cases exist in the Chinese
quarter, which are kept concealed from the knowl
edge cf the authorities. Ine extremely filthy and
overcrowded condition of that part cf the city is con
ducive to tbe germination and sprei Jing cf ail sorts
of deadly diseases, and the City Fathers have not
awakened a moment too soa to the deadly peril
which so closely confronts them. A resolution was
adopted in the Board of Supervisors on the "ISth cf
August, to have a hospital erected on the grounds of
tbe Almshouse to which all Chinese lepers found in
the city are to be removed until an opportunity is
found to ship them back to China.
Henry Ward Beecher has been eivinsr & series of
four lectures in San Francisco, which were well
attended, receipts reaching some 2,500 a night.
Affairs still continue in a disturbed condition in
Turkey. Fighting is going on at various points, and
a general upheaval and war is not at all improbable.
It would appear that the Treaty of Berlin is being
trampled underfoot so far as Turkey is concerned,
by the Turks themselves. The Sultan, though
notified by the other contracting Powers that he
would be held to a strict observance of the Treaty, is
really unable to preserve order, and the probability
is that Europe wili have to do it for him.
Austria has a more difficult matter in hand than
she anticipated. According to insurgent advices,
via Belgrade, September 1, General Szapary is
obliged to remain on the defensive. He is constant
ly receiving reinforcements from Austria. There is
a strong insurgent force ia bis rear, near the' river
Reports frcm Trebizonde, September 1, state that
six thousanl Lazistar insurgents are advancing
along the valley of the river Irdar, burning and pil
laging. Isezet i'asba has been commissioned to en
deavor to quiet the Lazais.
It is believed that a large proportion of the Mus
sulman population of Belgrade will emigrate.
Insurgents and Turkish regulars are fighting at
Trebinje, where the regulars hold a citadel, and the
insurgents demand it.
Tbe Sultan sent a dispatch to the Czar August
27th, requesting him to give orders to check out
rages on Mussulmans in Iloumelia. The Czar re
plied, expressing sorrow at the anarchy prevailing,
but declared it his belief that reports were exag
gerated, as Russian Generals had strict orders to
prevent and punish such acts.
The report of the departure of Italian volunteers
for Bosnia is contradicted by way of Rome, Septem
The town of Mikalo, capital of the circle of Barsod,
Ilungary. has been almost entirely laid waste by a
storm. One thousand houses were destroyed by
rainfall. The populatiou of the town is given at
20,000. Many persons have been drowned; over
400 corpses have been recovered, and 200 persons
are still missing.
At Erlau, about sixty-five miles from Pesth, the
river Eger broke through the walls of the town, and
whole rows of bouses were demolished, and many
Advices from Calcutta state that Shire Ali will be
required to receive a permanent British resident at
Cabul, and British agents in other places. It is gen
erally believed he will refuse unless armed occupa
tion is threatened.
Dates from Japan are to the 16th of August. An
attempt to secure Japanese workmen as emigrants to
Peru was frustrated by the Government, which will
not allow its subjects to be exposed to the risk of
treatment like that of Chinese coolies in Peru.
Private intelligence from authentic sources in
England give assurance that the decision in the
British Court at Yokohama decreeing that English
merchants may import opium, notwithstanding
Treaty prohibition, has been reversed by the British
Government. It is understood in official circles that
the action of the British Acting Law Secretary and
of the Minister Plenipotentiary will be formally dis
Intelligence of the new Treaty between the United
Stales and Japan, signed July 25, is kept secret. It
is understood to confer reciprocal commercial . ad
vantages, from which all other nations are excluded,
except upon condition of accepting the same mutual
The Chinese Government has sent a mission to
Russia with the object of settling the frontier boun
daries between the two countries.
W'ilhia Fivr Mlafea Walk mC I he !.
IMS'.-. Ia actarl an.I ra&Ar:t t .v-ti n i.i t
kt to futttraen only. lij.i. at lt.s oS.t.
Horw'lttto. i'.. 1. I-
1IAC KI Lf Co.
PtRTERllll II1THKRTO KX-
lTlSti Mwrn it acJer4r4 fill LIP MlLtuS
ai.J OooDaLE ARMSTRt-'NiJ as r-ar riar.:cr. at Olowa.a,
en tii l'.c-.i f Maai, un-.itr tUt f.rm or ;t: of I". Ml LTOS
& Co.. bas this d b-a d:olreii by carnal ccc?nt
I':?-J tfc s tmt.f.h dy cf Sr t-n.!rrr, lTs.
( sr.J) nOODALF. ARMSTRONG.
O.vaev!) I'll 1 1. IP MILrO.V
W,:r.f5. (S.gai) W M. tl. IRWIN.
The unslrriljneJ Jl carry vn th bu;n-- t OU-s-ila
unUer th ir ro cf tl. ARM?rKO.NU Ct.aoJ wwl
munf all the Uabil t r cf tbe Ute firm.
sclt S eufJI Q. ARMSTRONG Co.
T. CRAWFORD MACDOWELL,
VTTORNKY AT LAW.
ofbre in It. 1'osl-oSk-r Pjil.linr. srl4 Ir
THOMAS P. SNOW.
S Comuirrrlal Street, lotoo, Jlas.
Crt:.znmnt c-f IslanJ produce soliritJ. elt l
RING MV A11SKNCK
Kicg.b.m. El'WARU I RUiToN,
all bustnet s luUrrytui to Div care.
i 1 , will aueiiJ to
ii;itlU MY AHSKNOK FROM THE
li a win an Kindd.m. Mr. JOHN . COPER of Lahaioa,
will r.'prent me uudrr owtr of attorney.
Sipt. 'Jnd, 1S7S. sc. 4t II. TLRTON.
IS IIF.RF.UY CIV FX, Til AT III KING MY
absence, my son, Thoraas K. I.ucas, is lully authorised to
transact all business as if I were iTt-seiit to do the tame in
my own proper person.
TMIK INTEREST AM) RESPONSIBILITY
of E. Fursleuau, Eq.. ia our llrtn cer on this dale.
Honolulu, Sept. 1st. 1973.
WE TIIK UNDERSIGNED, HAVE DIS.
solved i'artxiersbip by mutual consent from this date
Aug. 23d, 18T8.
R. W. THKODORK PUKV1H.
OYER END U. ROSE. seT It
AS I HAVE DECIDED NOT la. ACCEPT
?L the Agency of the Telephone Company for tbe Islands.
I will dispose of tbe Telephones on band and to spare, at their
cost to me; and I will gladly eire information in retard to
Telephones or Telephoue Lines to au person desiring it.
C. II. DICKEY,
Kjlm Haiku, Maul.
THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES NO.
113 and 150 Nuuanu Avenue. Apply to J. II. WOOD,
Nuuanu, or K. A. WILLIAMS, 64 tort 8t. n3 If
LAND FOR SALE.
Large and Desirable Piece of Rrnl Estate
"Ai in Honolulu, in oresent occnuanrv nf ih linn : IV
1'lLIl'O. Very desirable as a
In point of health, faciDg the cool breezes from Nuuanu
Valley. Their is One Large, at)cl Two Small Taro Patches on
the property. Two Wooden Houses, water laid on. The
land is about two acres in extent. Tbe above trill be sold to
the highest bidder at private salo on early application. For
further particulars, enquire ot G. W. PI LI HO. or
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1T8. lm His Ex. E. PRESTON
''HE MAKAI STORE AND ROOM OVER
JL head in the new fire-proof building, corner of Eurt and
Hotel streets. Will be rented separately if desired.
jal2 Apply to C. IIRKWER 4r CO.
Office. To a good tenant, the rent will be very moderate.
my 2a if Apply to K. T. O il ALLURAN.
RESIDENCE SUll ABLE FOR A
family, situated within ten minute walk of
Utr To-day at 10 a. m., the remainder of the stock of the
genuine Great Eastern Auction House, will be sold at Public
Auction in the store next to Messrs. Grant & Robertson,
(Brewer's Buihling). Mr. llaiw will entertain the public.
This sale includes 10 Cases of New OeJs wbich came too late
for their Wailuku Sale. All are invited,iiil .'"i
LOST OR STOLEN. "
A N ORDER. ENTITLING F. R. MELLIS
f. or bearer, to a return passage to Ban Francisco by the
r. Jl. 8. a. Co. The finder will be suitably rewarded on leav
ing the order at Messrs. II. Uackfeld Co.'s Office.
A LL PERSONS ARE WARNED Airaln.i
J.m. trusting my wife on my account, as 1 will not pay such
Honolulu, May 15, 1S7S. my IS 6m
To Planters Sugar Machinery.
rjMlE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
a. to receive orders furnish drawings and prices for (Sugar
Machinery of every description and to auy extent. Mills,
Vacuum Pans, ClariBcrs, Evaporators, Double EfTect Appar
atus, &.C., Ac, &c, imported on short notice at lowest rates.
jy20 C. IIREWER At CO.
To Sugar Planters.
"f R.WOODIIEAD. REPRESENTING the
IT M famous House of Messrs. PONTI FEX At WOOD, Su
gar Machinery makers of London wii visit parties or conic
with planters on their estates to take orders, fnrniah plana and
give any information to parties desiring to order sugar m
chinery. Address with C. bRKWER & CO.
HAVING FORMED CONNECTIONS WITH
a J the best Railway Stock Manufacturers of England and
ine united states, l am prepared to give estimates and eon
tracts for the laying of Tramways and Narrow (Jauge Rail
ways on the Hawaiian Islands costing from 1,&00 p?r mile
and upwards, not including bridges. C. V. HULSMAN,
jy6 'Am Civil Engineer.
PARISIAN RESTAURANT, T
40 MOTEL. STREET. .th,
LEON DEJEAN, - - - PROPRIETOR,
(I.atecf San Francisco.)
TIIISHESTAURAXT WILL BE Supplir.1
with the best Meats, Poaltry, Fish, Fruit, &c, Ac,
which can be obtained. Families and parties will be served
at their residences with French and other dishes, prepared
in ine most rrcnercne style, rrivate rooms lor families.
Portrait and Landscape Photography.
E UNDERSIGNED HAVING NOW ALL
the apparatus and conveniences for traveling, is prepared
to visit any part of the islands, and do either portraits or
views to order at short notice. trst-class work only will be
done. Terms cash, or draft on onolulu, when the negatives
are made. Address,
ju!5 H. L. CHASE, onolula
JUST RECEIVED !
AND FOR SALE,
PER DISCOVERY AND ELLA
BBLS. FEASER RIVER BONELESS
SALMON, BRIGHT RED.
CATCH OF" 1878.
E. C. McC AND LESS.
FARXVI FOR SALE.
1TI WARDS OF 400 ACRES, HELD IN
U fee simple, adjoining Onomea Plantation, district cf
80 Acres Planted in Coffee
Mr. J.T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.
Una Jnat Returned front
PURCHASING GOODS in EUROPE
And has Bestowed Great Pains in
LADIES OF HONOLULU,
!V0T FORfsETTIXG THE GF..TLE3IE.
The first let of GiAd arrived in San Francisco,
in time for the Steamer City of Sydney,
with Goods following now on
the waters ot the
Pacific and the Atlantic by Steamer
Also by Sail, via
WE HAVE NOW RESUMED THE
IMPORTATION OF GOODS !
As we were ailvi l f.f the intended reduction of the Tariff,
which otherwise we should have ceased to import.
WE ARE NOW IS A
Now in fair condition and some In full hearing. No doubt as
to its healthy growth and hearing.
300 ACRES EXCELLENT CANE LAND !
Within reach of flumes. It ia also adopted to the growth of
rice and other staples. Several thousand banana trees in
good condition. A ery desirable place for general fuming,
COST $8000 AS IT STANDS !
And is ndVreJ for that price; one fourth down and balance on
easy terms. Apply by letter or personally.
se7 Ci Onomea Plantation. Hilo, Hawaii.
oo v L'jvHONimia
aria vxos vsra: sraisici
p3;ct33Jdd sa o) pssn pus
u-.e s 01 p..iu Xiuo pus 'jriJn suj; ui scs joj p9J3i) jjaj
"1IR. 1IEINRICII V. SCHMIDT II AS
llu dy bcea aJaj:U -J as a i jrt-rr ia our 8'wj
AN INVOICE OF
WIFE. KAINU W.4 tllNE. II .4 VINC
left ei Wildcat aor cau. I htnty warn all rr.c
not to trt her oa my accouct, a I w.:i pa co Ults rca
traed by tier. Jot. V M AL.
Kaaaapaii, Msui. As 13, 1ST5 seU 3t
UGGIES, CARRIAGES AND WAGONS !
V R O M T II K
CORTLAND WAGON MANUFACTURING COMPANY I
f Crllaa4, NrwYrrk, which vll he ! a I l.ww lt ire( ' A II .
recviit of a Witr trctn th CortlanJ Nofctorin Oomi-i r a I'W m .nihi mr tn h u h tlr iCrrJ it am r
of ihe.r fict.ry Ky tbe Kir.Ku. we wrote them, ''' tl" a Ik hrf aln( lwsr(rl CarrlsiMi a
ihf lrrr .Til n o( ill tnufi! ;et. xi.it r.un'n, utrt MA HE IO Sl'.l.l,, rt Ti lab ( iuurw
Thl we liui nH t'AKK TO hiol url, f . m,.J ui.V l'.j Ni J rl,.rnt ft lbi:T MAT Kill 4 I. Su4
UI .4 R A N TEE Itrra to t ia r.-tj .! HUM 4 ( ' 4 K R I A f . hml trrt hiiswt Id 4-rHm,
In rrp'y tbey write a t.tlkws : - w !. fu il si.BJrnrr ia t diirabtliiv ! our wack a4 lis attar At taw any vassaAw,
i'Ur B'i( its are in b in rrrry part if this country rru the I'w.f.c to V Al nt, , c'T a ranr ul lrrrliy lit Ink Is
prised ILt extreme of bl and toll. drrv t .1 m. ure. and an tii m-d. i f , n yrars ba ttrmociMialnl ttwtr iw lri
ti!i:y u rt.t It iaars i-f ii M T TR1I.MJ CLIMATE. It I'mi ch ..rurt.o u only U. IET
sn.1 rurtt arprcf ed matrr:al, oi h s yrar 1 1 iu It. r. rrch siJ appii ti. n k h.wa I l twt fiiir4 l rilM lhl
i.ea With trof th.and eiefarce i.h ciift Mr RE whrn il.'i luif ln li-'. t y artual ta ywr waaiiy,
t' e pr;nJ re you f-rk i t a ri.idrf (.it i, i.tr.fn nitir, i Im tn a 1 II At rmcrrw4 vrlmljr ataaptwar.
i ful!y warrant all our (cxvl In Jau, and yoa Hiy ku k u fvr r e-i.ili"i lu rix of Ui UJur ul Ihr wafui I ruftrf s
U ur rpre!tatHn "
w hat Cuis cf the d.flrei.t tylr cf i,u-k ma le I t!. OrtUnJ 1 uf-larin Cta. ad srw r!'4 ta tak
pecial cirJer ti be deinerr J at a:;y re,;u'ar vt iu tli k,i.4-J,ui al l.t t'All I'll It ... arc 4u( t sl I and
a.uj ci fimiff or jja.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
ST 1PATS TdD BH1EA11D
SMALL PROFIT ON EASTERN PRICES.
TO PLANTERS, MILL OWNERS & OTHERS,
Iino Htoclc to lot I'i-oiii unci llonflit it Hot
torn ltxit?i in ICiiIhikK Niv York,
2111(1 JH11 l-l'Xllll'ii'O, lv
CASTLE fc COOKE:
FAEIS PLOWS, genuine improved, heavy, at lower ratei than ever offered,
STEEL M0LINE PLOWS. 12-14-1G,
STEEL M0LINE GANG PLOWS, at small advance above Cot,
STEEL HORSE PLOWS, XI, XO, X00. complete.
GARDEN HOES, solid socket, 5-S in. neck, stout blade, made to our order, and sold it
HOES, Planter's, Lane's, best quality,
HUNT'S AND SIMMONS' AXE AND PICK MATTOCKS,
lluct's, Uollln's At Cronmina'i 1 1 ami I J Axrs; Must's ami Iay' Air I'attif a llstrhrts, Nn. I A tl Milnflln 4o
Omi. Aojrrioan mkf, brat Cast fieri and hry; Anr's, RtMsl's, tu.lriitr srnl Uorr's It'd l"t rliol si PMhls,
Cans Knives, Iiisstuo's make, improved slylr to ord'-r; t'ansl Uarruw, H lirrl liarruw,
Collars A liamrs, Ox Yokr. Ox Hows, Uo , 2 iu.. Uornl A Iron;
Ox Cliaim; Trac Chains; Tusail Miect Chain; I I.k lnn. Ns. IV. A ;
Ars'lil. Round & flat Iron; Ate, Pick, Oo, HMjif, llamrui-r and Alk llan lli;
FILES a lull asaurtmenl for Machiniat s uc; Nails, VY might A Cut, all umi Cut f". ik r- i
Steam Tafkinit, Asbrsto's Packing and Ilrmp I'arkinf; t'cu oe M irr, lllw k, AnoralMl, Tsrrd k UsUanlsiMli
THE CELEBRATED BARBED STEEL FENCE WIRE!
A dispatch from Manufacturer says: "We are selling at the rate of 80 tons Daily."
Which means 160 Miles of 3 Wires!
Steel Barbs for the ordinary No. SAC Pence Wire Anvils, Ktephnn's Vlv Caopor's Vki, Ac,
Cooper's Tools; Caneriter'a and Ituildrr's llsrdwsre; A larcv and varied Astortmenl nl lm tiitkn' Nuts Washers;
Best Cold Punched Nuts; Taints, Oils At Ola; A large snortrornl of Paint, VariiUh, iiorse, tllai kiiif, hit Hash,
Scrubbing, Centrifugal A. fctov Brushes;
FAIRltANK'S I'LATFORM bCALES, FKI1M AOtTO 3.000 MIS.,
ENGLISH FINIS SjVIDJDLICS,
A few EnxlUh msde Australian Pattern Pad PaiMlrs. very sueriur SadJIe Trees, Ilalr (iirllia, Bildlsl, Uu ikies, 4c,
A Flue Assortment ol Driving Whips, New York Make.
S I1 .A. T ION Tl Y :
Lefal Cap, Bill, Letter & Fools Cap, Not Fapers, Pens, I nls, Fnvrlor, Time Bmiss, Pencils, kc ,
D H Y GOODS:
Staples. Dcnlins. Uleaclml A Cnll'srhed Coldm A Drllln, TirVlng.. I.I urn nrills, UtarM rs, Pilnls, .
Sheetlngi, Ac, Corsets, Brooks' and Coats' Cotton Thrrada, Linen Tlireails;
AMERICAN WHITE FUN.F.I.i, FIXIO MKDIUM AMISII-K WAItP.
Raw At UeSnfil Fugsm, Pardinr. Oysters, hslmon. Snap, Ilwiin. Kniili.h It Aroerlc aii male, Cupirlur Hpli'es,
Warranted Pure r Full Weight Candles, California snni'd mill. A.itil; Carh. hiJi,
Cream Tartar, Nutmegs, Burnet's Kxtrarts, marking, Worrmterslilre Bauiv, Ac, 4e.
Consign m ont b
Weston's Patent Centrifugals; Tlio Celebrated Blako Steam Irri
gating & Vacuum Pumps, assorted sizes & at bottom rates;
Parlor Organs, several stylos; Kcrosono Oils Down
ers, Vulcan and Dovocs, at lowest rates, & war
aug3i ranted equal to any in the Market.
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POSITION NONE CAN BEAT. 2 is V uoiiaoclsui .ioj
We intend to make a proSt and do not profess to give Goods
away. We get the
BEST QUALITY OF GOODS
And Sfll at $nf!i miCES (TSTOMFttS Mill
willing to come a?alrt, and n ill Strlre to
Make CriEC and SF.LLEU
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
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flllMMM Sj8vCIIJMMII !
EX " CITY OI .JKITJ,H"
Sheet Lead. Perforated Sheet Zinc. Pe
ter Wright's best Solid Box Vices,
Steel Faced Anvils.
BEST ANNEALED AND OILED FENCING VIRE,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Galvanized Fry Pans, Gal
vanized Iron Buckets and Tubs.
BEST TOPSAIL CHAIN, 3-8, 7-1G, 1-2 inch,
A Large assortment of DOOR MATS,
And a Large assortment of SEINE TWINE.
HUBBUCK & SON'S WHITE LEAD AND ZINC.
HUBBUCK & SON'S PALE BOILED LINSEED OIL,
RED LEAD, &c, &c, &c.
-alii to too sola
NAPA LADIES' SEMINARY
rflHE NEXT SESSION" OF THIS SCHOOL
ill pen (id
AlCI'ST, C, 1S78
AcJ continoe for twenty weeks. It is rerr lriraM that
pupils shook! be present at the opening of the rV-hool. althoojh
ihejr can enter at any time and be charged from the lima of
For particulars of Pchool apply to
MI83 T. McDOXAl.D, Prinripal
Refers by pfrmn.ion to HI Kx-tllrnry 8. O. II. DTK
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT
Erer H-frr Offrrrd in lhrr lalnatla.
Tlirf were Srlrttrd tad Ordered IIICMT IKO.M
EF.RLIX, by M. ntnrr, f:-q., aad
will be SOLO (HliU. k-7 2t
TIIK NEW HOOT A N I
:LF.C1CE AM) COM FOtt T (OMBIVKU MITIf 1
LYNCH'S BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY
King ?t., fiprite billingham A INi 'i
NEW CALF SKIN & RUSSIA LEATHER
RIDING BOOTS & LEGGINS !
A SPECIALITY. se7.1,0
HAS JVHT UIC
TWIK t; VIIFRSIO VKII
ceiel lrn Ola'tow, four of
MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON'S I
COO CALLON CLARIFIERS.
WUJCII TIIEV OFFER FOR NALK
AT $550.00 EACH
Ati oo Land
from IU at'uve i lLrtJ makers cNiplel arid very iIbi
IJER " KSKB A.1ST3V,"
SUGAR MACHINERY & CLARIFIERS,
All it ahirh ,fl-r for suit
On Very Liberal Terms to Arrive.
-' . W . M A t'FA It I. A X K V I s,
- - -rin jaie tiy
rt: IIAVKJI KT IIK( KIVrl) Mr Vark
1 fU.NuM A, aiiotl.er Invuic of chotre
wl.li h we avill aril mi
Very Lowest Tntos !:
A IlirouMl will ! alltwrd fr Cash.
Nosr im lite time to boy your ttr r.l rbesii. tr Onler '
Irom lite ollirr lolaioM trtNMitijr tiilrcl aud litied.
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