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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5.
lFrr.i t::e Zrtlzig CirU Io. Welli-rt a, N. Z
The Chinese Scare.
While we wu3J Jecry agitation, yet on tLIa
subject tie taot ojiiscrTativc of minds become
alarmed. While t! ere is danger of Cbicere immi
gration, the cause of agitation and amietj will
exist. Oar tbeorv is Dot one of repression, but
of voluntary obedience to laws which represent
public opinion. The r-ecple of New Zealand
are widely separated from the mass of their
countrymen in distance, but they yield to cone
in the traditions. They lefs their homes to
come here to meet with new and etrange con
ditions of life ; they have toiled, and they have
mad-; fjr themselves comfortable, happy homes,
and they are able, aye, and willioz to. to work
and improve tbeir conditions, but, introduce
among this people i foreign element, incap-able
cf assimilation, alicu in race, tradition, customs,
and pocial habit?, and what becomes of the
white laborer and the willing artizan. Such a
presence will eventuate, not in a blending of
peoples of a common race, but in a certain
conflict cf races; this is a question of time and
The source and centre of our chilization, of
the institutions we believe to be its highest
outgrowth, is the family; take away this bond
of family, this feeling which identifies home
with country, the ties of blood which give the
strongest kinship of race, from our civilization,
and what is there left which is worth retaining?
The immigration which comes to us from
kindred races, and plants the family on the soil
is welcome; it adds to oar strength, and be
comee a part of our own people. Bat the
immigration which does cot come under these
conditions, attacks the foundations of both our
social and political systems. The Chineee can
never become an essential element in our social
system. When two peoples on the eame
soil are nearly alike, they work together as a
harmonious whole, as the Saxon and Norman in
England, but where differences are great, discord
and strife must ensue in proportion to the
differance of sentiment, and the persistence
of type, rather let us wait the natural growth
and influx of our own race, fill our splendid
and prolific young country with a contented
people, men owning their own homestads, who
have come to live and die in the land of their
adoption. We do not want elaves in competi
tion with our own flesh and blood. Such a com
petition is one-sided, unjust, and unholy. It ia
idle to eay the labor mart should be open to
free competition. The slave without a family
leaves, no room for the white man with one.
The former merely robs the latter. It is more
necessary to peace, progress, and good order,
that the daily laborer should be satisfied with
the conditions of his life, and the rewards of
his toil, than the banker, the merchant, or the
capitalist. Ilia burden is heavy, and he should
not be deprived of hope, which is the solace
of his toil, that his children may obtain the
prizes which fortune has denied to him. Deny
him that hope, and you eubstitude the sullen
acquicsence of caste, or the open revolt of
When the common interest of lobor epeaks,
statesmen must heed its voice. Chii ese immigra
tion not only cheapens labor, but drags it down
to its own degrading level. Even prison labor
cannot compete with it. Wherever this people
are found they belong to companies, whose slaves
they are ; and their officers bold them in strict
control, and have an interior control over them
which it is impossible for our authorities to sup
Already two-fifths of the male adults in Califor
nia arc Chinese, and who has not heard of the
distress they have brought about among the work
ing classes there. Competition is out of the
question, to the working man with a wife and
family to support, educate, and clothe, against
one who hordes with a lot of hia countrymen
who c.n each subsist on 3d per day, and his
necessities are otherwise reduced to an absolute
minimum. They are constantly coming to our
shores, true, not many at a time ; but 44 many a
nieickle makes a muckle," and when the sore be
comes a rankling one, it will then be too late to
prevent the evil which could now be stopped by
judicious legislation. Oh ! then do not let labor
with us become either degraded or disreputable.
But let us uphold and extend freely, a willing
and helping hand to the bone and sinew of our
country to the Working Max.
these islander, but whether the attack upon the
Mi-.iwn has been caused by the curtailment cf
the privilege cf thus eating, it i irapomhle at
prexnt to mt. It would eera that the inland
tribe bad made an attack cn native of the c at
tribe-, with whem Mr. Bruwn has the in inti
mate relation, an J tbee in turn n.:rchvi to at
tack tLtir eneraicf, ncccmpaniod by Mr. Brown
and several traders. It was cr.Jy t be expected
that Mr. Brown would accompany the native?
and the trader. lie will be able t j take advan
tage ef any opportunity that offer? to make peace,
and he will no doubt be of great eervicj t tbe
wounded, lie has escr.rcd the rs: or.sIaubt cn
.... . . . r
the Mi5ion station, wfcica was
danger, and although it is impossible to get quiet
of the idea that he is undergoing considerable
risk, fcis many friends in Auckland will tot, we
thick, suffer acy great apprehension.
SrcNEr, Monday Sept. 17. The folbwicj are
further reticulars cf the New Britain massa
cres : About Easter, five of the Bev. Mr.
Brown's native teachers, stationed at Maiiccla,
incautiously left tie coast, and went inland ten
miles. The bush natives, who are hostile to the
the mercy of tbe cr :nv. A new oven ht. hovr
eTcr. Uvn 1 uil; within iU hue of :.::us.
Aftor an I..V..-V d:r'.ive hi?. I hd a walk
with Ir. U, j;.:n -.uKde tho S: ckid. I'n
d;r their nu-i: tho tirvd h ur h-q Ivz
In front wa a hrje fire, kept i;p v.izht fy
ccie convicts detail f.r tUt s:rp -e. Thi it
ippoeJ to afford li-.t, in ti e exert of a ruh
of the natives, to treble the tr. t t distin
guish friend fr -ni I.e. But to 'bv mind it
would serve almtraMv to hwth t'ar.a
qacs their victims. A fc-.v tK t.-nnin. d men
could make a rush through the cy. J. urn and
kill, and di.aptar ia the bush aa:n without
hindrance. Tba't the s:! iters arnr-t I arawi
PV Qiilbt attacks. rrar? Mine l.Ut i!.
AN invoice: of
prove to me that the natives
airaij of tha
the Canaries d
av)nnt r.i th
even cs savage warUre.
military. Tree. 1 am told
cad travelling at tight on
0 the evil fririts haunting the shade.
and also that the cold affects them. Still, they
xni'.st have overcome this repugnance whn their
ttreJ the bakehDuse t!e other div b
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and ate them with barbarous ceremonies,
few days afterwards an expedition, organized
'lr. Urown, attacked and destroyed the native
village, and killed 50 to SO natives.
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(From the Auckland Herald. Sept. 17.)
The Wesleyan Mission at New Britain.
Tho telegram relating to the Weslejan mission
at New liritain, which appears in another
column, shows the danger that attend that mis
sion, which was originated, and has been pre
sided over for some years, by our courageous
townsman, the Rev. G. Brown. Five of the
native missionaries are reported to have been
killed, cooked, and eaten. These native teachers
will probably prove to be the Fijians that Mr.
Brown took with liirn when the mission was
first opened. Thus those who but a few years
ago were savages and cannibals of the most dis
gusting type, have now become martyrs in the
cause of the world's advancement. The date of
the attack upon the mission station by the in
land savages is not given, nor are the particulars
under which the attack was made. These and
other details will probably come to hand in the
course of a week or two. In the absence of
fuller information, we can form no idea of the
cause of the disagreement which resulted so dis
astrously. It will be remembered that some
time ago we published a summary of the journal
of the Rev. George Brown, the head of the mis
sion, in which he told bow he had been success
ful in preventing a cannibal feast. In the light
of recent eventB, the particulars of that occur
rence will be read with interest. Under the
date of February 13, Mr. Brown, in his journal,
writes : r
Heard last night that Toroood hud been fight
ing the Kabiabia people again, and that they
had got five bodies which they were going to eat
to-day. Previous to this, I had never known of
these cannibals feasts until it was too late to try
and prevent it, but as 1 heard of this one soon
after the people had returned, 1 started off early
in the morning to see Turogood Mr. Turner,
botanical collector, accompanying us. His vil
lage is four or five miles from the station, and
about two miles inland from the coast. As we
were going through the bush we heard the pecu
liar beating of the drums announcing that their
horrible feast was in progress. We hurried on
and soon entered the village, evidently to the
gTeat surprise of the people. Almost the first
object which we saw was the horrible mangled
body of the chief they had killed the day before,
tied by the neck to a large tree in a standing
position, the toes just touching the ground. This
was the only body they had, as the others had
been all apportioned out to the neighbouring vil
lage of Outain. We eat down in the square, and
I sent, askiDg Torogood to come, which he did in
a short time, and 1 then talked to him earnestly
and kindly., and begged bim to bury the bodies,
and not allow any of them to be eaten. He told
me, of course, that it was not his fault, that be
did not wish to fight : it was the Kabiabia
people who wish to fight him, &c, but he did
not give me the assurance I asked for. Jifter
another talk he told me that the man they had
secured had killed his mother years ago, and had
committed some other very bad acts leaving it
to be inferred by me (1 suppose) that it was
rather unreasonable of me to wish to deprive
him of the pleasure of eating him. I then spoke
a lew words io inc people arouod us, and urged
them to join with me in asking the chief to have
the men buried. Torogood then said that if the
Outaxa people paid bita back the diwura (shell
mon;y), which he had paid to the fighting party,
he would bury the man. This, however, was
not likely to be done that da, and, in the mean
time, the question of cooking or buryiDg the
man must be settled at once, in a climate like
this. 1 felt pretty certain that no cooking
would be attempted whilst I was there, and so I
prepared to sit there until night if necessary.
After a little more talk, however, Torogrood as
sured me that lrom respect to the lolu he would
have the man buried whether he was paid
for him or not, and as I fully believed him we
prepared to return. I first, however, went some
distance on the way to Outam, where the bodies
of tbe five women and girls were, but the etronz
smell from there soon told us that it was no use
our going, as the bodies were already on the fire.
I felt also that it was well to be satisfied with
the success we bad achieved, and that it would
not be wise to place the Outam people in the
predicament of having to give up the bodies or of
displeasing Torogood by not followinz his
rrom the above, it would appear that the eat-
uneomnvm thing by
M. Gambetta on the Treaty of Berlin.
A correspondent of the London Tims recent
ly interviewed this brilliant French statesman,
and thus reports :
44 Like all things done in good faith, and
basf-d on well-conaidtred compromises, the
Treaty of Berlin has on its side that enemy of
ill done things time : and it is when its de
tractors will think it torn upas to its effects
and consequences that the vitality of its meas
ures and conditions will be perceived. I came
to this conviction two days ago, when, having
met M. Gabetta, the conversation turned on
the Treaty of Berlin, and I saw that his strong
intellect, which may sometimes hesitate for a
few moments, but which judges aright whenever
he fixes his attention on a subject worthy his
consideration, had already grasped the more
salient features and consequenses of the treaty.
Having asked 2i. Oambetta if it was true he
was one of the thorough going adversaries o
the .treaty of Berlin, and disapproved the work
of the Congress, he replied : ' I cannot be an
absolute adversary of the treaty, seein" that
whatever may be its defects, it has procured
lor r-urope in general ana t ranee in particular
tne greatest ooon to wnich we can aspire
peace. I and others may have thought ill of
certain concessions of principle which appeared
contrary to tne rules on which the Internationa.
l r T , . - .,
iaw oi r.urope reposes, uui irom tne lirst 1 saw
too clearly the difficulties of the undertaking to
imagine that it would be accomplished in
perfectly blameless manner. I think, at the
eame time, that European public law received
a great mark ot homage when Kussia, notwith
standing the disunited state in which Furore
a.V 1 . .t. - m
men was, ana notwitnstanuing ner own victor
iou3 position, submitted the entire Treaty of
the Powers. I will not now examine the triple
alliance established in 1873. I will cot say that
u was exclusively uirecteu against t rance : but
think that when three Governments come to such
an understanding, those who have been left out
ot it are entitled to assert that not in favor of
their interests has the agreement been made
t ranee, therefore, is entitled to ask weather
the congress at Berlin has left intact the tripl
agreement, and l think it would be difficult to
reply in the affirmative. The position attained
by Austria, with her preponderating influence
amid the new Slav States, of which Bosnia and
Herzegovina have been called to form the cen
tre, makes of that Power something entirely
differently from an ally of Russia. Austria is
placed as a sentinel at one end of the Eastern
area, while at the other end England has been
called upon to mount guard, and this parallel
situation establishes between the interests of
Austria and England a connection which impels
the former toward her natural and logical policy,
and which, to-day or. to-morrow, will inevitably
deprive the triple alliance of its most important
elements. In my opinion, therefore, it may bo
affirmed that the Congress at Berlin has modified
in a very essential way the basis of the under
sianuing ot io(j, ana i tinnk trance has every
reason to approve a chauge which modifies a
combination formed apart from her, if not
against her. The change brought about in
England's policy is another consequence of no
less importance resulting trom the Congress,
on which i ranee cannot but congratulate her
..If T. 1 ii .
sen. in esiaoiismng nerseir at Cyprus as an
advanced guard, and in constituting herself the
protectoress of the Asiatic interests of Turkey,
England has abandoned that policy which I
shall call insular, to resume her policy of watch
fulness on the Continent. She ceases to be a
mere spectator of Continental events. She no
longer remains, as for so long, unhappily, she
has done, apart from the political combinations
of Europe. That, I think, is a very fortunate
circumstance for England herself. Europe was
beginning to regard her as a stranger to its politi
cal transformations, but now England, in a
brilliant fashion, has returned within tho
European circle. Whatever occurs in Europe
directly affects her, and her interests exist
wherever political equilibrium and civilization
are at stake. France cannot but hail this
change with gladness. Things have returned
to their logical and natural course. Tho inter
ests of France and England are so closely con
nected that tha return of England to a less
narrow policy rescues the two States at the same
time from the temporary isolation into which
they chanced to fall. It is a policy of reason
a policy of defence and good results for every
one, without danger to any, which will come
from this new 6tato of things. I do not say
that any t particular attitude is thought of.
France dreams of nothing which makes alliances
desirable or necessary. I simply say that in
consequence of the treaty brought about by the
Congress the interests of England and Austria
are identical in the East. The interests of
England and France, already somewhat iden
tical, have become more so. and I congratulate
myself, in the name of my country, on a change
which I deem very fortunate and very assurin j
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rum .nM ruii iii ii ii i.n m r k irt- aBtrni mkioi
wi,,i mwwlw tii i-w i iu i i . (iienal r lr to t driiert .1
And has Bestowed Great Paicsin
fcinj or carrwre er war a.
a'..4e ma U at tbr Ct'Mla
refUr t ( lu the s Jtti at
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tor everyone. I will not enter further into
detailed examination of the treaty, which
should not be able, perhaps, to approve in all
its parts, but what I have mentioned will prove
A. - T" 1 t
10 you inai 1 cannot De classed among those
who are the adversaries of the work of the
The War in New Caledonia.
LADIES OF HONOLULU,
0T FORGF.TTIM; THE CEXTLE3IEX.
The first IA of Civxls arrived in Pan Francisco,
in time for the eiemer City ot t-ydoey,
with Ckiods U)llowir; new on
the waters cf the
Pacific and the Atlantic by Steamer
Also by Salt, via
WE HAVE NOW RESUMED THE
IMPORTATION OF CODES !
As we were adrfced cf the intended reduction ot the Tariff,
which otherwise we should have ceased to iDijxirt.
WE AllE NOW IS A
POSITION NONE CAN BEAT.
We intend to make a profit and do not profess to give Qoods
away. We get the
BEST QUALITY OF GOODS
Aud Sell at sneh TUIfES flSTOMERS Hill be
Milling to romp ajraln, and will Strive to
Slake BriEK aud SELLEU
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
, PACIFIC COMMEUCIAI.
nor dbay TTdP trans aud.
SMALL PROFIT ON EASTERN PRICES.
! TO PLANTERS JiIILL OWNERS & OTHERS,
A Fine Stoclc to Soloot Irrmi unci lioithf m Uot-
and San IjriiiiciKoo, lv
CASTLE & COOKE: )
2, rlilnrlixf dot
t t hon.s A flvl,
PARIS PLOWS, genuine improved, heavy, nt lower ratn than ever offered.
STEEL MOLINE PLOWS. 12-M-1G ,
STEEL MOLINE GANG PLOWS, at small advance above Coat, !
oij-jij- fLOWS, XI, XO, X00, complete.
GARDEN HOES, solid socket, 5-8 in. neck, stout blade, made to our, order, and sold at
reduced rates, ' '
HOES, Planter's, Lane's, best quality.
HUNT'S AND SIMMONS' AXE AND PICK. MATTOCKS, , . f 1 , ' 'I .'' I 0 ' f
Hunt', Collin's Crstm sea's Handled Axei Ilunl'i and )ajs Ae raltro llsl. het.. Ns. a
Z " U1"r "r" -" n neavy; Ame s. lt.-rd'., Paitdris ' ami iM.rr". K 4 I
Csne Knives, Disstoo's make. Improved styles to order( Oansl Harrows. Wh- I llsiruwi
. v urai, in., A in.. (km i iron;
Us Chains; Truce Chains; Topsail rbe Chain', limp .-in. Nna. 1 ', A
AjS'td Round A Flat Jrou; Aae. Pick. Oo, Mletlife, llamner and Ads lUndln;
flLKi a lull assortment for Machiatat a car. Kails. Wrought ft Cm. all !-,, Cut Hi ilfi
Ham rackinF, As.--.to". Packing and Hemp Parkin-, ten cm V, ir, Rl.x k, Anm-al-d, Tarred A Ui.lT..iird j
THE CELEBRATED BARBED STEEL ; FENCE XV1RE !
A disratch from Manufacturer says : 44 We are selling at the rate of 80 tons Daily."
Which means 160 Miles of 3 Wires!
Stel Barbs for the ordinary Nos. 6 A 6 rn ln- Anvils J'lrpheii's Vlcesj Cmprr's V ., , , J '1 .1
Cooper' Toolsj Caq-T,ters aed builder's Hardware! A IsrJ.- sut ar.d A.ftvtuwnt . Wit uki Kwit ft WaVw,.
Best Cold Papched Nut.; Palm., Oda .Ulaa A tai assortment f Paint, Vamitli, Horse, lllarking, M hit. V. ab,
ScrubbinK, Centrifugal V htov. Brushes; .. . . - i '
FAIRBANKS PHTFORM SCALKS.FROM IIIO TII :t.Oll(l l liv..
PLATFORM SCALKS, FROM 4(H) TO a.OOO HIS-
ETSTGLISI-I FINE SVlDiIDTKS,
A few English mid Australian Pattern Pal Haddles. very sujriori Saddle Tre Hair Oirths 1
A Fiue AfrSorlmeDt of Driving Whips, New Vork tlake. . . '
Legal Cap, Till, Utter & Fools Cap, Note Fapera, Pen. Inks, Envelopes, Time P..M.V, r. nrils, Ac
Staple., Denims. Ule.che.1 A Vntdearhed Cottons A Drills, Ti-Viiir. I.inen Drilln
Sheetings, Ac., Corsets, Brooks' ao4 Coats' Cotton Threads, l.ineu Threa Ui
A I E R I C A V V 1 1 1 T E F L, A X X K I S . F I X K M K I I V M A M M I. K
GROCER! K S
Haw A UeAnei hugars. Sardines. Oysters, Hslinon, 5ap. Ilawsiinn. EriRIir,li A American mslr. Cuin'ilor fi.lres
Warranted Pure Full Weight Candles, California lanned Fruits. Ansorled; t'arli. roda.
Cream Tartar, Nutmegs, llurnei' Extracts, marking, Worcestershire Sjuce. Ac . As. ' . ,
' f S . i
,. . i I t i 'l
BOOK AND JOB
No. 15 Merchant Street,
r.i Acknnwleflrjal to I'o.v.scv.t thr l)et Assort
ment of Bool- and
JOB PRINTING TYPE.
Of any OUn-r Office in the Smdirkh Islands,
Well Adapted to the Superior Printing
POSTTUS OP AM SIZE!
Weston's Patent Centrifugals; Tho Celebrated Ulako Steam Irri
gating & Vacuum Pumps, assorted sizes & at bottom ratos;
Parlor Organs, several styles; Keroscno (Dili? Down-
ers, Vulcan and Dovoes, at lowest rates, & war-
ranted equal to any in tho Market. , ,
The Baker & Confectioner
Has Brniovrd from Ms Old Staud lu rH and
NEATLY FITTED UP QUARTERS,
Directly opposite his old place, and is now prepared to sup
ply the puhlic with the
Best of Bread fresh every day
AMERICAN, FRENCH & GERMAN
Made at the shortest notice and to any ijuantily. A Uo,
PLAIN OR FANCY COLORS. Candics of Homo Manufacture,
A LS O
in ofhuuian tiesh wis no
lij the City ofsw York, we have later ac
counts oi ine military operations against the
natives in New Caledonia Tlie special corres
pondent ot the " bjdaey Morning Herald," writ
ing from the headquarters, camp of JBoulapari
on August oth : " An open ehed, covered with
bark, forms our ealle-a-marger. It is pleasant
to dine thus in fine veather with a look out to
the star-spangled heavens. Mj friend, tho Doc
tor, introduced me t) some of the officers who
bad been stationed h;re since the first establish
ment ot tne camp a iionth ago. lhere was the
gay and witty captain of marines, who bears the
uisiiDgusneu utie oi tcienne I'tuiioert iiene de Ia
Follye de Joux. He is from Bursundv. and will
crack sardonic jokes or slay Canaques alike care
lessly. Captain de Joux (as we call him shortly)
was in command of the only expedition where
there has been any real fighting, and from an
tirigiish mounted volunteer I hear that he bore
himself bravely, as became one of his name. For
m spite of all the reports m JSoumea the natives
have never laced the french soldiers. In this
instance they in large numbers attacked the rear
guard or the troops hieh had burnt their vil
lages, firing and throwing spears at them from
the bush. This is all they will do. The non
sense which is talkei about the n.ativpa ru.ir.n-
possessed of a great knowledge of military tactics
is absurd. If Atai (the presumed head and
froDt of the rebellion; had a knowledge of war
fare, even to the amount possessed by a Sioux
chief, he could have nade tilings remarkably un
pleasant for the denizens of the camp at Boulou
pari. Kut in truth after the first bloody out
break and eay victor? achieved over the defence
less, the natives have "never attempted to attack
armed white men. They are afraid of tbe sold
iers, and really I think the feeling is reciprocal.
It w true that the nigLt before I arrived here, a
Cacaque threw a spear, to which some burning
grass was attached, Into the bark roof of the
building inhabited by the convicts, twenty paces
from the stockade. Then he dived into the bush
unharmed by the shots of the sentriies. It is
true the morning before,- the bakehouse at tbe
old coLvict camp, 500 yards from where I write,
was first plundered of "the loaves destined for the
daily consumption, and then fired. Eut these
are individual cases of bravado, in the latter
there were no soldiers nearer than the etockade.
It eeemB straDge, however, that the bakehouse
and provender should have been nightly left at
Shop Bills, Circulars,
K W S PA l'ERS, It I L I - II E A I S,
Concert Bills, Blank Notes,
Road Notices , Bills Lading,
School Reports, Prices Current
Ministerial Eeports, Pamphlets, Books!
Tax Bills, Lectures, Bonds, Briefs.
Concert Tickets, Festival Ticket.
Steamboat Ticket", Excursion Tickets,
Deposit Checks, Shipping Receipts,
Insurance Pnliciej, Cert; Crates of Deposit,
Certificates of St.n'k, Bills of Exchans
Ti o every style.
Apothecaries' LaWIs, Orders of Exercises.
Which he warrants frr Croat nil poisonous d.
and which- he wilt sell at nn rrnnrl.ro 1'r Ice, tin
public thereby savin. the duty of 25 per cent.
M R. HORN' has also fitted up, In connection with his
Bakery and Confectionery, an
ICE CREAITI SAJ.OOSl
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. ,
All creams Iwinr made from the best of Custard, and sold It
Hr'TEEN CENTS A CI LASS. . .
Soda -Water untl Ginger
BEER ALWAYS ON IUM).
WELLS' MUSIC STORE
Jr. CO Port lUt rapt. I
GEO. . , tfr . WEIaLS.iV
JIm. Jm.I Rrltirnrd , () ( ,
it i toil tiio ,s:ryVTJi:s i
WITH A HK(;i; AMI WKLL Ko '
LKtTKIl STOCK OF
PIANOS. ORGANS AND SHEET' MUflIC
J ,OOC WORTH ! J
tJT FPECIAL NOTICE. V A K KS
DI.NUS AXO HA KTIKN
Ornament'ed in tho highest stylo
of tho art.
A X I
'BIIE I'XERSIBXKI) HAVE
JL CEIVED per "AMI TURNKK." from
Rewards of Merit,
Dry Goods Tag.
Kills ol Fare, S!:ou' C'aril !
Chrrk Rooks, -?tork
razin'-s, Way Bills,
in Boatsn. a full
assortment of these celebrated Pumps, which are ruaranteeil
to be CHKAPEli AND LETTKR than any other style of
pump imported. We call the attention of planters particu
larly to the VACUUM PUMP, which is less complicated
and more serricable than other pumps.
21 3m C. BRIWKB Cf).
' ' ' ' ' FOR
Covering Boilers, Steam Pipes, &c.
SAVES 2. I'ER ('EXT. OF El' EI,.
PRICE REDUCED TO S7.5Q
cruivf! hi 1 nil iter i
Togi ther with a larj and ran-fully Keied fint k i,f
A( CORDEOXS. t'OXfERTIXXK,
IIAJOS. ll tUMOMCiH, f ,
. I tTAMUOiniKK. HTniNfllf.f
O I' IT A US, VIOI.IMI.Af,
Mr. WELLS ha. been Appointed Bole
, Agent for Six , the Best , -aiMEEICAN
JUrANOS, iVliiX' 1
Decker limn., Weber.
5 E V E R A Ij Ot-' THE
BEST GERMAN & FREMCH PIANOS
lorladlnK Ibe Splendid '
MANSFELDT & NOTNI.
AliearOools M fcnisl.t at liSrk ptU t.r.K.t .ssfi
If you wixb aujlhinj In it, Mu.io IA, I ran furnish it
f'u 1 - - l I
1 T Hej
I'iano, you will bo End
nofninr mt lrHt-e1ass, mloySifl
lI,yw. C,"'P. f oodw-uvUkioa .
iid tt at my Masic htre. ' " pau
TIIEO. II. 1)4 VIES. Atfrul.
ANY KIND OF WOEK IN HIS LINE
NOT 3PKCIFIED ABOVK.-
Will bo Executed Promptly.
With ample Materials of Newest Styles
FAST PRESSES, AND GOOD WORKMEN,
in giuimj s itist 'Ktlor, to oitr ratront.
NO. . 1 6 MERCHANT
GOAL! COAL! GOAL!
Now LnudiitK. Ex finrk
BEST QUALITY VVALLSEND STEAM COALS
ror Sale In QoiDtltltsto Suit Iortliafr at Loh
ft Markf-t Rate.
Alfrn Aw Roi.in.on.
THE - NEW AMERICAN
THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE
A child can run It !
A blind person can thread It J
A poor man ran alTurd It !
A good hiasa-keeiM-r wants tl !
A dreismaker will hare it !
A tador t in swear by It !
a r ii T"v n snr.w more bikui It. call at lb. M..I..
or enquire cf th'me who are oili.j It,
TJ Sttr UrraL a Tlirrad r Slip. Ktlf Ii J
Portrait and Landscape Photography.
'SMIEI'.MIKRSU.XBD HAVING X f 1 W ALL
A the ajjpirs'U' and ronvenieu- for trave itic, i. prepared
to visit any pin t of the islands, n I do either portraits or
Tiew. to ordt-r at short notice r ir't-clis wr.rk i.nlir will be
1me. Trrtr.s rah, or .ira't oi .n lulu. whn tb iieratires
are nude. Addiess,
jula U L CH.4SE. .molnhi.
, 25 CASES, 1 Ounce.
12 CASES, 2 Ounces.
THE GENUINE ARTICLE
FOR SALE BY
TII3 13 THE ONLY MACJIIXK WITH
Srlf Tlrtlic -aitil: , 4 ' ' f
-HrH ItctftifntlMtf TrM..s t ' ' '
A Srlf NrMlna Vt rrflr I
I tl.e L'Rht. tt Ituiir.ii, and is In tmr riw-t the
Best Family Sewing Machine !
V f.,r Ctt.tlo'u ami J'rir JIht, (jnlrrtL ly
M ill romj,t! attended to.
WF. ARE ALVO AGENTS FOIL THE !""
Miles' Double Lock Money
AM) THE .yoilLMtUXOWXVU
CEO. F. WELLS.
4H W. .