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A. P. EVERETT.
Foi vardinj A; Cocimlion Merchant
lor, rtujNT st;:ket, corset: clay.
Fartico'ar a:ten,.i;n p; I Cnn.;nisntt ef Iiland Pr lac
57 ffflnrrtlal Slrrrt, Coton, Ha".
Cm. a tnfi.t cl I.lao.1 t fOiljc ji.cill- -;'. I1
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Crti U 1TRKET, - WASHINGTON. I C.
IJa trcliMl in U. HoprwRv. Court of tt Ci..:i
m? Hi'j I D-r&Ur of it bmn of Ui Saprane Count
of irum,Ttiw and Lo.-aA, aaJ alV. of ".Vumi
oM a l, Il!ntrtlt4."
iuMi l ra ta Hoprm Coort ef the I". S . ar.l tt
G'O'rtl Lan '!Tc, aod U il p r : ui.oo f Ixci atf.i-.at
L'OiUJ flat. J J 1 1
J. C MERRILL & CO.,
isrnt for tbe Ki!ar DUpatth I.ioe of IJlrt.
jair ADYAXCM MADEO.X CONilONMnNTr. :f
W. H. GROSSMAN & BRO.,
s-i li ) V 1 ' u mimI CoiiiiiilHhloii
M K It C II AN T S.
1 1 H t'kaHbfri Sirrd, NEW VOKK.
EVrw Ca.Ce A CoAe asd J. T. Wifrf.on.-.
WILLIAMS, ELANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping k Commission Merchants,
N. a I H CaliMarala Mrffl.
ir.h.10 It 8AS FRANCISCO.
CORBITT & HACLEAY,
inj A. Commission Merchants,
13 and li IV.nl ll.; 11 aJ 12 Firt St., Portland, O.
JAN .'RANCI2C OFFICr,2W SACRAMENTO STREET.
CooMirnmrnta rf I aland Pr-ia:e .elicited, on which CA?II
AUVAMJU WIUbKMAbK. iti.23 lj
Let the Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is theONLY TEST !
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE !
American, tioltl X. .Silver
A ra tlantiofc Cim Vfaltham Silver Watch f r1fi
- - - tiM Wafch f"f H
M M )0
- Lal' UiM Watcb, ."U
All ikr be llr f Kl.ia ! Wallbant
Walrlte. will ll Ml Ihe nbc
1'rlrr forlbe ariKiOdnri.
'.rrr Watch Caaraalrrrf. or the Mary
Trutli in ITIility :m1
Solo Agont for tho Waltham
jj-ii Watch Co.
PHILADELPHIA ! !
VXD AS YOU SEE IIAVK I'ROVIDEI)
mjcU witH one of tUo
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
hich will ua.l ti BKce Pnuiheti, nj Ltch re only
to tx hJ t the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
VTJure can be found any or
Ei'EIUIIIlM IX THE TI10K USE
Among which r
L.I.V Sot;4 Sole jealhtr Trunk. rirtej J(t;
Lul.' SIhI Bridie Lnttrr Trunk. rietrl elgrt;;
LUir' SoJid Lralhr Trunk. Kfeil
Laairs' F.!rrant Lthrr CoTerJ Saratogas,
LJin' Compoiuoa ?antof(s.
LaJir' fcmhcini ZjQC 2isralof.
I.!f V n(rnl Tri;io Urr.sinf C.f.
1,1 Kanla Lcmi&cr !tKpiCK VliKf,
La. he Bg anl Keticuks in a'.l tan.
LJi' Canvas CovrrcJ TrUDv.f.
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
Aa artiot much la JcmacJ. t'.owic ' a;! j tnKr th state
"uli-l 5-'l tea'-he Trock. rivtr. eJ;r.
Ucat'a 83li'l BnJK Lcichrr Truck, rirctt 4 e I if a
Uol'a Lca:!sr Trunk in ;i
J-ot Bound E.l: Trunk.
Cent's fW ! tether alises,
Ueal's BriJi Leather Vaii.,
Ueot'a No. 1 l 2 Bostoa ViUc,
Goat' Patent Cornr ahse.
Gent's Eiefant Ranu Leather
Ceut'a Sial ao.I BUaket Strar. Trunk Strap.
Taorist a ad Trarctcr's U aaJ Va'iie.
In ''act iceryttinj in the above line a?ul
at JJeJ IlocI; JViccs.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AX ELEGANT LINE OF
GENT'S SHOE YARE
Anon g all. co. are tit
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE GAITERS !
J ait tie i!ini for tie wtt whither.
Tlic Neatest Style of Men's
Eeer offerel hre. Aaosif which are the celebrated Kcrrtt
Clippers, sod la fact eT-rjUij la ail wtii apfvintfl U i a-. 1
uillthe above lines of (loo-Li icill he
at frice to suit the Tinus.
TVl-. Cd mm well kaawn krrt mud uerl
aw fr '.nmradatlaa. Kery i'nir
Osrner of Fort aa.I Merchant ?:re-t.
TO LEASE FOR A HtTMBER OF YEARS.
flf tZ PRKMISKS NO. 1:
Hut i.arl.i ular ei'uir
" a. r M. mm
.1 IJST UECEIVED
G'EMLKM i;.'S SILK. LAMB'S WOOL.
I Mr I a iit ar.i L. ' Thrrl I 3!eri.r!.
f . k. hk'r K!nr.'!. lad. a l..r.-n axyl Juj Ilriwr,
(,ud l'.:bt;r n. fcrown Cttt .n. fctr;p Cotton, ftrif
Mer.tK. Hlitr..! Mct.c , t.irer Urry acd Drk Cirejr il'
nr.'. il.f II
" f;&:,'t." frrt-.f h .V asl C t' n Pu'p'nd-r.
White Camtirir. Uit.It. Llack and Colored nla Tie.
I'.arobet. CIliO H .u. m i.r. Black acl C(.lor-.l S.U ScirJi,
Un.te. B ark and CoI,rJ ;.,k B'.w.
Prints! Can.tjr.c T.-.
I.inn Cacbnr Hnlkr'h'.
L.nn Cm r.r Hun r-t.tch Hr.dk-r:L.rf'.
Vfc.l ar.d t,!-.r.l p,:k liar. lerch.U.
Frebch ?..k L n.t.i::at, (lurgt and a.aU )
A CHOICE fEI.KCTIOX OF
Crown, CeiilrajN. (liardln's (olatrV. lo
l.oblnN. IMnard's, Pir A. Labia's.
UimmrlS and WrntLN
Cjtti(!ny iti jtart of
Ii-U'jat A Ix-. K'.o of R'iV, EaT.re of Ro.-i, Tertian
Otto ol K'-a, V r.ite Kiwe, ! K", I'roince itor, tiier.ee
II jaquet. Crown li'-uqaet, I'rmre of Wale. Prirxeai Beatrice,
Princ luie, Prinra Alice. UutchMi t.f Eiinturxh, Mar
cf l.rn-. Matl.i'la. Hawthorn I!!ofm. Opf.nax. Wild
F I'.wera of India. Maret r,f Peru. lLalian Violet. Wood Vio
H, rt Pea. tiweet Briar, Oranye Flow-r. f;olJen Lily,
Lily f lli Vali'jr. New Mown IJajr, IIehotr'.-", Tulip. Fran
rinnni, Ilonde.itt, Jky Club. Vlar.p Ylan;. Patchr.uljr,
Pidiom, Moiivline, Eglantine. Skatinjc Rink, fandal W'wj,
Mask, A.C. In rut gilt and pUin Mtlc. all ixcs. Iruin
F.ftjr Cefitu ti l'u jjl!ar5 a bottle. Just tin tl.irg fr a
TOILET WATERS, VINEGARS, &c,
Fail dr T iiett. Ea? ile Cologne. Florida Wat.-r, I.avendr-r
Water, Verbena Water, llui;i;ary Watr. llnejr Water, Toilet
Vio-;ir, Arcrnatx Vi.oigar, Cix-jjonax, Bay Bum, Ac.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
Barry's Tricoheroun, BrR'e Hyperion Fluid, Harriett
f'ocoame. Olefome. Bay Bum Oil. Pt-tarl,io Mot Oil, Bow
land A Hon' fiermme Mara!r Oil, Uriedenbach'a Mmma
Oil. I.ime Juice ar.d fJtycerine, Ojxponax Oil. Pomade Vane"
line. Crown Poc.ade, Binnr.tl Pomade, Piiiard'a Poiuadei
FOR THE COMPLEXION.
Rowland' Kai lor, Briedenbach' Kalydor, Mi!k of Roe
1:1 a,iu uf VoJlh. I'lim of Koe3, Vinaifre de Bouz", Lubin's
l.'.At.c de Perle, Harry 'a Pearl Criara , '.'old Cream ol Rostj, ic.
T0ILET & NURSERY POWDERS,
Fay' Velrunne. Ooalin, relacbi' Nut Powder, Eukonia,
fpera ti-tn, l.iiy Wh'ie, Vioi-.t Powder, Iticc Powder, Love
Puwder I r facheH.
Itotj, Wood ant! Paper Powder Coves and Pnff-.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE TEETH,
Barry' M.irfi:in Ftrrillre. ft I'd -:it. Tinct. Myrrh antl
Borax, Rowland's fMontn. Orris aJ Chalk, Cherry Tooth
Pate. Croaa Tooth Paste, Oriental Tooth Paste, Lyon's Tooth
Tablet. Jar atixe Tooth Powder, iolet Mouth Wash, Aro
matic at.d l.aJ.'V Cachou.
A Uinjc and varicil txortmcnt of
COLUATK'S. COT I) RAY'S. CROWN, GOS
N ELL'S, LI IIIN'S. PIESSE Ai LUUIN'S
A NO PEARS'
Toilet Soap Tablets,
CiiitaL.it.2 t!ic f Ilowir.; and many olt.tr kinds :
R, Otto tf Kie, Patchouli, Fran jif.atiiii, Hcliotroe,
,Ne Mown Hay. iokt, Millelleurs, Csshuiire Bouquet, Jock
ey Clob, Ilrory. Almond ami tiiycerine, Ekli-r Flower, Oat
Meal, Lettuce, Kice March, Larendcr. Pestactiio Nut Oil toap.
Ambrosial. Kondeb-tia, Cold Cream, Pure Curd. Muk, fandal
Wood. ( alrert's Carbolic. Cbardins Mflicste-I, Pears Cold
Tar. Jam-par Tar. tilenn's Sulphur, Vandyke's fulphnr.
Pears Transparent Heap Ball and Shaving Htick. Lubln's
Crytal ie. hhasmj Httck.
Maple, Hhaving ap,
UoneU's Ambrosial Fliair. Cream,
Scwitij M il hme toap.
Kitchen Crystal Soap.
Ivory, P'-arl InUU, Clu!oid, Frence.
An. I a full line cl GOSNELL'S HAIR HKl'SIIES.
from F.fly Cents to Three Dollars and Fifty Cents each.
Tooth, Nail, Cloth, Phavinjr. A fhne Urohea, W'hik Brahcs.
Ifanil Mlrr.r, l)reiag Cwnab. Kir.
HAWAIIAN BK. E. 0. WYLIE
And consisting of a Large Assortment of
A N 1
STAPLE Al FANCY GOODS !
Cotton. Linens. Woolens and Silks, New Print.
Decinn, SLevtir.fr, Cloth, Buckskin. Flannel, Merinos,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Shirts, Towel, Umbrella,
Shawl an 1 Clothing. Blanket. Ac.
Bag and Bagjirg. Canvaa. An
Invoice of Christmas Goods
TOYS, PEUFIMERI. A.C
CALFMilNS. STATIONERY, A.r.
TTT T """AT TT rl TT T" tT
rr.OM NEl'FELP. EKIiLIN, V:cr.r.a Chair.
Ca::- ry. Bucket. Ta . "siU-crans, C rro;.ttd UaII::,
Fccce Wire, lltp Irin, Ti.i TUtt s, T.n. tr Ir.n.
Yel' McUl, Pi;h.. 7J.cc, Lead, Ac.
K-.r:ir.- 0. C.rr.jh.r, A.c.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE !
DEMIJOHNS AND RASKETS.
S :ir. Ac ,&c , & .
POWDKK AM) SHOT
an I Ot -r C r U,-e.
M. Paul, rtav:.riaa and La.vr Ue-;r.
C'.arot ar.1 Khir.p W.n..-, Urandy, G.n,
Cf.an.i ir.? 11 Thorcaa, Etc.
Ti'l E-irr. , F:.e Il'ic'.s, C.:-. fiimt.ia. Pirrel. Crirjont
HR SA LE RV
H. H ACKFELD & CO.
.4 T fit D A V. J. 1 -V r.l It Y 11.
I'nra onr Speiial C'tTejpcndent.
Letter from New York.
N.w Yens, DtcEMDtE,
I desire to !;': . ri5J. a claptr ia tiie
r s. i -. - ii- .i . - .
rcxeni poii.icai uis-.urv oi is. is cut. ii is oi i;utr
cst to jou, ia a div.itjit eonse, onij because it con
cerns tLe rnetr'-f oha of America, anJ iU relaiion
to tL; riAii tuil 2. wrr.aient. A creat political
baitle id Iju'ii i n tie itli cf tbi.-? mon;b. Tbe
inwarJat-Js '" of tf causes tvLicb led to it, aad
of the reasons tLat Jiermind tLe result are not
generallj kr.ovt a. i-ti-n to those ho have consi
derab! kaowle'dz' ( political matters, and, least
of all to th people cf New York, who are the
mo?t deeply concerned. Tammaaj Las beri de
feated, arid samu-l J. Tilden has won the victorj
in spile 1 cipher.-' I Lave co political bias
whatever, for 1 bion,: to that increasing partj cf j
independent, wl.o are utt.'rl regardless of partv j
obligation, and 1 bellrre 1 can fpeak without pr
judice. The KepuLlicao party finished its work, j
at the close of lue war. aud at the reff'.oratin to !
the .Southcra tut to their political right?. It i
ha lived for erverai vears only bj the Llunilfrs of
the Democratic pari, lu recent triumph in .-j
many htatea ia owiug almoit entirely to its Lard
money doctriue. It tared iUelf just in time, by u
long deferred, but finally unreserved opposition to '
i greenbacks. far as the Republican leaders are i
! ccn :err.ed it b$ not been an honest opposition.
! tor some lime the leaders have been divided. .
J Some Lave advocated greenbacks, and thus h?ve
j opposed thetn. The majority va' wailing to s--I
w hich way the cat would jump. -'-I'oor, distrt-s.-ed j
politiciar.a waltzing down anxiu'-ly to the shores ;
of the great political sea. an J urgently inquiring, j
wLat are the wild waves saying? Greenbacks? j
or hard money ?" It was finally perceived that j
the temper of the people was for a fiaal selt'.emei.t ;
on a gold basis; even Senator Conkling maintained
an ambiguous silence, until the eve of the elec
tion, and the temper ct the people was mani.'st. '
The Ilepublican leaders proved to be better
judges of the popular thought than the Democratic.
There were other and miliar causes for the success
of the Republican p.nty, but the main issue was
hard money. The people came to the front, and
men who had property of actual value voted
against greenbacks, which meant fluctuating value.
Lehind all this there is an interesting history,
which I will briefly relate, as it concerns one of
the prominent candidites in the last Presidential'
Alter the Tweed ring in this city was broken up
in 1871. the lemocralie party were called upon to
nominate a candid te for ( Jovernor of the State.
The Tammany section was the most compact and
intelligent lorce in that party. As usual, they
desired a candidate, who would, if elected, obey
the Tammany leaders, and dispose of all official
patronage in their own interests. A self-willed,
independent, opinion ited man was not wanted.
They nominated Tilden. He was not, and never
had been a leader. For a number of years he was
Chairman of the State Democratic Committee. He
was satisfied with the honor, but rarely had influ
ence in the management. He maintained this
position, during Tweed's reign. He was a figure
head, but Tweed did the work and snrtbbed him
constantly. On Tweed's downfall, he payed otf
old scores, by ferretirg out his frauds, and thus
became a reformer."' lie was elected a member
of the State Legislature in 1873, but during the
entire session ho failed to leave any impression on
I wa.4 in Albany during the session, and seeing
him one day in the house, I inquired of one of
his intimate friends, a Democratic member, what
he was doing, receiving for answer, that the
boys didn't pay much attention to tho old man."
He was nominated for governor for Uvo reasons:
because be waa available, by virtue of bis re
form " character, and because it was thought that
u man who had been for so many years docile and
humble in the office of Chairman of the State
Central Committee would reuain docile and obe
dient as Governor of the State, and in any event,
take care of " Tammany. There was indeed,
another reason, be bad money and could contribute
the sinews ot war. He was elected Governor. It
soon becamo manifest to Tammany that Tilden
was not going to take care of the party, but was
about to take care of himself. The ease and
docility of bis nature quickly disappeared. In all
of the confidential discussions among the Tam
many leaders, it was never once suggested or be
lieved that he was a true reformer. It lie bad
been, or Tammany had even suspected it. he never
would have been nominated, but he was considered
up to the time of election, a square " man; that
is, one who would stand by tho men who put him
in power. Tbe Tammany men were quick to see
that they bad elected a man who would not be
led. They said, he wasn't " square." A breach
opened at once. It was for this reason, that he
was bitterly opposed by John Kelly at the con
vention for nominating a President, held in St.
Louis. It was said by the New York men. we
may work and spend our money to elect him : he
will make great promises, but he will not keep
them.'' The rank and file of the party believed
in him. Democratic politicians in other States
believed in him. but the New York men, who
came in contact with hi:n daily, saw his official
acts ii detail, noticed the men around him, saw
him prosecuting tbe canal thieves vigorously on
one band, and holding intimate relations with
another set of thieves on the other band, mis
trusted him thoroughly. Uepiatedly I have heard
Tammany men give these reasons. I heard one of
them say. I have been badly looled; he has fooled
us all. I wouldn't mind it so much, if he was a
real reformer, but he is not. and is fooling every
body." In the political drama the people rate as
audience, merely, and are rarely admitted behind
the footlights, and to the green room where the
actors are dressing and undressing, or making up
the parts. I frequently beard Tilden's character
discussed during the election by leading Demo
crats, who were working, and did vote for him, j
but tbe idea of his being a reformer only produced j
a laugh. In one instance, where as Governor, he ;
was acting in a judicial capacity, the facts of I
which were personally known to me, I always i
thought, and still think, he was governed in his '
decision by personal motives.
Since the inauguration of Mr. Hayes, Tilden has j
been carefully arrangiug plans-for his renomina- j
tion at the next presidential convention. The !
politics of the &tat aud the city have turned on j
that issue. His plan has been to keep the ' frauds'' i
before the people, and his methods have been '
very ingenious. The 'Potter" committee is his :
child. Ile was afraid of being forgotten, or of being
pushed aside, relieving as I do most unreserved- !
ly that by the actual vole cist, he was elected Pres-
ident of the United States. I do not wonder that he I
was disposed to keep his pi.evance before the
people. So far as I can see, it Is the judgment of j
sober, thinking men of all parties that he is deeply
involved by the cipher dispatches, and there is no ;
escape for bim. The most that can be said in his I
favor is, that, believing he had received a majority :
of the votes in Florida, and seeing that the electors
were being bribed to vote against him, he at- :
tempted to pay them for doing what it was their
duty to do. Although Tilden now ceases to be a
political power ia the country, he made a decided
success in the last city election. I-Mward Cooper,
the Anti-Tammany candidate lor Mayor, is his in-
! timate friend. He was the Treasurer of the Demo
I cratic fund for political purposes, and if called
i upon to rise and explain, could tell some curious
t stories about the Florida matter. Cooper was
: elected by the Tilden men, the respectable mr
. chant party, the dissatisfied workmen, and by the
) swarm of political bummers who have been
turned out of Tammunv. Tli
tviorm tlomi-nt is a
Kcllv is ;i c.i'dmitv
i hiimbtip. T!io drfoat of Jul::i
to tl:e city.
; Tlx I't'iiiocraiic parly cf this c i ly, i? a va-t juas
; of i;norai;t Irhnn-n. v'ii ll.0ii-a:ij pin-mi'.I
l koopiT?, Pr.ii' hunrirt-ds of active fellows who ni-'j
cfiice that requires no work, an-l lie iun: l.e n:i
autocrat injeetl wbj can ho'il it safely. Kelly is
horest :ir.il capable. He i serving the e:;v as
well as any man can. under the circnuistanei'-.
is bated i'ei-.iiise he is ile.-potic. I tloaht if the
democracy have had a better leader in intiiv
years. .j Mna.i part vi i.:e vol-" cat aaiit
Tammany was by working men. The ti:y is bur
dened wi;h di'bt. Kelly is tcotioniii.-'liv tii--cbarging
surplus workmen, ari l culling down the
rate ut ivaji s U tbat paid by piivato individaals.
Kvt-ry workman so di?charped. or reduced in pav
bas voted a-iinst him. and bas per?nadel b:s
friends to vole likewise. Kellv ra been repeate.':! v
told by bU friends that be'w.is killing hirns.
they iaid. " I'll t on Wurkmen : raise the rate d'
want's : ray claims a; iint the cijy : turn .-.:i;.- i f
the men in c2ict? out. -ittd put i:;e cf the b .-s '
in." IT' ba refilled to bi this, and i- b.-a-en
do nut like Mr. Kelly, personally, but 1 ser
the city bas dino itself a wrc:;? in failing to
is now anxioii!-
un It is intimated that he i.- ubv
to adopt a n
some t f t!it
w policy towards t.'ie soathern
n-cetit election, the e.cit-i:it-r.t
St i'o. t specially in south- C.tr...!;
The r.eroes Ki-ro driven trt : i
i : , a .
polls, and many frai.julent votes were ca;t.
Hayes thinks he made a mist. ike in ad ,;;
lenient policy towards the scuth. I thi:.l.
and s do the best K'-pnblica::s in t!;e sou
Stales. Northern people are utterly in
In S. uh
t m ij -'ri'v.
about the real coalition of things.
Carolina, the negroes, who are in a va
are izcorant and rerv unSt to rule then
they conl 1 control State cfHces there would be no
prosperity. The condition of things is sintplv
horrible." I attended a meeting of sound Kepnb
licans. Xorth-'iti men. held recently at Norfolk.
Virginia, and it was agreed to tii.aninious'.y, that
there could be no union with the colored men.
The negro imi-t take the back seat." was said bv
one who lias done much fur tie- negro. Yi-t the
negro d Virginia is mm h superior t, th,- negro nf
Sow Ih Carolina. The-e people liave liiile i-l.- i .f
coraraorcU boaor. Virginia refuses to r'7 tor
State debt. The negro is wiliini; to repudiate it.
Ii don't give it a thought. The rnot soundly
ccnervstive men in the South, ar-a. the Northern
m.na. Uepubiican. who have acquired a !i:i!c
propertv. Let the negro et into power, they say,
and he will rob tis by taxation. Ia South "Caro
lina, it is a serio-u natter. What caa th people
do? Unrestricted voting means, r.r-ro jdge. a
knegro governor, negro treasurer, and negro con
stables. The other alternative i.a to croJ the
tj&vro Irom the poi... -iea ia ice orth reaa
anout outrages at the poiis, ar.a say, me rt oeiiion
is not ended.' The very ciea would, if Uvin
ia Virginia or South Carolina, soon ay. we rnut
protect ourselves ai all har.ard?." The truth is,
that for many ycirs to come residence ia the
South wili not'be very desirable. Tbe negroes
will be led into all kinds of mischief by their
own leaden, and they will rote as ignorant men
usually Tote. And whoa the time comes ia which
coney can be use! in Sections, the state cf things
will be frightful. So far. no one has any noney
to spend. I could not in twenty pages, give ymi
tbe simpl facts, which have come to rny know
ledge within the last year. The newspapers pub
lish tbe firis, and who give then to the news
papers ? Now no legilitioa. no presidential pro
clamation, or indictment caa aUcr a condition of
civUinxtioH. When President Hayes lelt the people
of the South, both white and colored, to .rork out
their own salvation, he accepted the philosophy of
civilization. If te now interferes, what can he
do? Indict the ofTendets. uut the persons charged
with guilt must be tried before a jury. Who will
make up the jury? Southern whites, and per
haps some blacks. With what result? acquittal or
disagreement. Mr. Lincola abandoned tie prose
cution of JefT. Iavis. because by law he could be
tried in a Southern State only, and any jury of
Southern men would have acquitted him. So
Hayes can do nothing; the army is tied up by
law. tbe solution comes by a general education of
j whites and blacks. The negro is not fully pro
! tected to day. The scales of justice are not well
i balanced ia any part wf tbe United. States. Tbe
; laws of trade will finally settle the matter,
j Tbe white people are anxious to trade with the
blacks. To-day, the merchants of the South con
. sider the black trade muie desirable than the
' white, for the black trade pays as it goes. Of the
: five mi!lirn3 of bales of cotton the black is a large
owner. His money makes the storekeeper his
I friend. Hi money pays for land. His money
keeps the railroads going. It is only where the
i blacks are in dense masses, and control majorities
of votes that friction comes. Eut the uegro is
j nearly .e.t ! politics, ara other questions are
iTlvill close by saying that the electric light is
I attracting great attention. The prices of gas
j stocks have fallen greatly. Edison, tbe great in
; ventor, is something of a humbug. He has been
I for some years knocking around this city, doing
j rather clever electrical tricks, but certainly never
i respected by the telegraphic fraternity who met
! him daily. The electricians are all laughing at
his sudden fame. It is a newspaper reputation
only. No invention of his is in practical use at
j the present time, and yet I beard of bim as an
; electrical inventor over eight years ago. It would
i be well to take the statements made of him with
large allowance. The lighting of streets with
: electricity is not aa accomplished fact. There are
, still serious difficulties in the way. But these
difficulties may be removed at any time. Edison's
new invention is about to be tested, and I appear
j as a sort of expert " in the matter. The dream
of my boyhood will be realized when the white
light of electric burners lights up the rail.
W. N. A.
REM OJT .A. Hi !
KOIslLES & CO.,
WOILI) in for:
anJ tbe public genera
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
Which has just been completed, situated at the Old PUnd,
34 Queen Street, where they have been making large additions
to their stock of Ship Chandlery, Ship and Plantation Stores,
which make their assortment large and varied.
Will be happy to have a call from their patrons, and they
will assure them that no pains will be spared to attend to their
want in a satisfactory manner.
We have now in Stock: Cord ace, hemp and Manila, an as
sortment of sizes; Cotton Duck, Flax Canvas, Hesip Canvas,
Cotton ail Twine, 5, 6, 7 and b ply; Flax Sail Iwine, 3 and &
ply; Block. Oars, Shieve. Hooks and Thimbles, &-c, Ac, all
of which will be sold at lied Uock Prices.
onolulu, Nov. S3d, 1878. n23
H0LLES St CO.
'or Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.
HI IIRCCK'S I't'RE LEA I), HURBl'CK'S
White Zinc, Hublmck's Pale Hoiled Oil, Boston Spirits
Turpentine. KorSale by
n-3 BOLLES A CO.
MIXED RUEBER PAINTS,
F ALLSIIAUFS, IN LARGE
Packages. tor Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
4 SSOKTF.1) SIZF.S. SMALL CHAINS.
JL from i inch to I inch, in quantities to suit. For Sale bv
n--3 BOLLES & CO. "
BF.EF. I'URK, HAMS, BACON, CHEESE,
Lard. Ac, 4c. For Sale by
BOLLES 4- CO.
LARGE ASSORTMENT, NEW AND
FUES11. For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
VLA RGE ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING :
Koast lieei", ll.iilr.l Beer. Koast Mutton, Boiled Mutton,
t.ompressed Corned Beef, Pips Feet, Lambs Tongues, Beef
Tonnes, Tripe, Fish Chowder. Poric and Beans, Codfish
Balls. Ac, Ac. For Sale by
a-li BOLLES A CO.
aTll'TTINnS JL CO.'. FRUITS AND
we Fruits and Jellies, a full assortment.
For Sale by BOLLES A CO.
OIL ! OIL ! !
SPERM OIL. STRAINED AND FREE
M. from foots.
For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
N QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
FOR SALE IU
BOLLES & CO.
I A V
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
CUKE IN 2 31b BOXES.
V- Keg. t,f j,0v J-.red u."-ir.
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
mi li.f Alex. Ilutcliiiin, a fi:ic article
For Sale !iy
BOLLHS A CO.
TNUflitxs AND HALF OALLONS.
1 t -j j Ir ja'.cbv BULLED A
i EASTERN CODFISH.
4i-Ei. FOR SALE BV.
) i ' liOLi.Li A CO.
BURNETTS FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
i FI'LV ASSORTMENT, FOR SALE AT
I'.L ASSORTMENT, FOR
I: J i
no. .-sa!- ar.d rstaii l y
) R EST i v a VI) MERRILL'S.
T r Sal
LOLLV: A CO.
in p:a.-t U-.t!-, a:
Kvr ?a!e l.y
S GOO ) .S
A N V
V r :
l'.OLI.KS A CO.
EX Disco VER V
-O V 1 i X 111 NG
f,Iil! M KHJl'K.
l r s-.iie t-y
!.I.l ..- A i l'
HE IT I N I 'I l
i r s.
I 1 1 E
: i y
BREAD. CRACKERS. &c.
RREVD. I'li.OT IiRED. S-
i p.:. -.
ii ii.i.i:.- .v ;i.
ISVOK ME NT
-I l 1 '
I. Kl. fr
AND C V N HE
I;' I.I.I A ( i)
IIIOIY T KAILS,
(Hirrltfs Tlt S. Wat-n Slake ;)
RIRRLEES. TAIT & WATSON'S
FOR SALE LV
THEO. PI. DAVIES.
Covering Boilers, Steam Pipes, &c.
SAVES 2 3 PKR CENT. OF EC EL.
PRICE REDUCED TO S7.50
THEO. II. ItAVIKS. Agent.
CASTLE & COOKE
BUT TWO LEFT OF THOSE FINE PIANOS
From the CVM-rateJ Factory of
Woodward Nr- IJJroAvn.
XT Thre Piano are a consignment; are invoiced at Ihi"
lowest wholesale exjKrt irice; are soM bote at tut cimmiinn
rates in rulvanre on cost.
I 3 !- C It T X
t r :v .-a
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other parts of the Islands.
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HAVE THEIIl
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. K. I. A I A MS. Queen Street,
who has our Descriptive Catalogue with Prices.
O jNT EEA. jST D !
At Store of L. W. HOI'P, Khi: St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Walnut Sideboards,
Black Walnut Dining Chairs,
Oak Oane Seat Dining Chairs,
Cedar Bedroom Sets,
Pine Bureaus. Kc, Ac, Ac.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent for Haw 'ii Is.
II A A" E
HV THE AMERICAN DARK
A XVI IT TURIiTER!
114 DAYS FROM BOSTON.
Having on Board a Cargo of
Well Selected Merchandise
For lhl Markrl, Couiiiii in purl of
CUMRERL V N D COAL, in cask.-, hair and bu'.fc,
Franklin .!. i- Coal for fnuily us--. IN CAMCS,
Wilmington fitch; 50 pkgs No. 1 Ilcain;
An Assortment of Bar Iron !
MANILA CORDAGE : OARS ;
Made epe:ia'.'y fur PJaiitati'..a use;
Mule Car;.; Ileav Hand Carts; Axle Grease;
1 Iron Safe; Kagl.; I'l -; Hay Cutters;
A lew t'flion of wt'll i Irrlrd
5, S, CO in.wide, d'.sir;i!;.; 'yi ;
WESTON'S CENTRI Fl'G A LS. comj !,f,
Hoe iiandlcs, Ax Handle. Pick Hand:-;
UsK :its, li.n.; Charro! Irons:
Hunt's Axes A. Hate :: :.-;
Fairbank's Platform Scales
ol ! r;
NOONDAY KEROSENE OIL
C; ALVA XIZF.II (Ol! R L" ti A TED ROOFING.
A Fine A ..on mt iit of
Stylish Carriages !
Jl'.M P-SEAT C.UiltV .U.I.s, I'll ETONS.
EXTENSION TOP A lilll A LI.S,
ASSORTMENT OF CHAIRS !
V L s o
A EE V.
Chamber Sets in Chestnut!
V N I N VOICE ! -
McMurray's Fresh Oysters !
A few Cases of
BURNETT'S AQUA FLORIMEL 2 i
All of the above
Tlerc-iiandise v.:i be cf-
fered fv.r sale up or.
terms to I';.ri
C. BREWER 6l CO.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES AND WAGONS !
e it o
GORTLAMD IVAGOM MAMl.Frtr.T!mtMr. firtMPAMV t
sfCsrllaad, N rw V r U. . kic ta
rw.i . c. a Irf.cr frvro thr t rtUr,,J Mar.afactartn
ttte.r Caftory It It K.ncJoto. we r! tlittn. thai
?V:FTcVKi- iT'e V'"' TU:i:7- ,W ,',K KLL. twwvell.t. .,-- iS.Ww,
1 ,it we oi J lift l Ahh TO fjsD.i.e u.-h (t. ar .1 e.tile I!., jr w.vnl.1 lur.J v,t,:o!f,ol l! lll'ST MlTI'UIH i
Ul-AKA VrKK Ihrrn to, , e tlHV u!t " A It II 1 A ti E. w st.auT frri o b4,T4w oswliw.
In trV j tMrv wt.u- a f . : ttfl.HVI rx etLl. mo i:. t, 4urab.:.ijr at cut t f a aad It, a Untalkw Is av rtfssal
. -ur are ia at in erryv ,art of ttus r. ur.tr . fr.m v,f I'.ftr to tt.e Atlant e. ever a ran ,f frriiorf la whlh Heowi-"
frsol tlie extremes of heat acl Cvl.t. ir ;- an. tn i.ture. ar.tl an e.rnrm e ,. ovrr In. Tears i.a JiiMnUatl lh. mm
ai.tlttr tJ re..t the ravages U U.s tT IKV1M; (I.IMAIK la lhr:r r..uuctior. u .1 e ,kT liT?
f-jiaiaii'r'el tuatcnal. acli a years et sta ir, researett
.e, ;th ttipt:.. sq.t el-ar-re Uti ocn-.f -rt We are S I" It
j , j aim . j u; i- a, i ) u
l.. our rerrt"t:titi !. "
el:l;. t wmrri.t.!!!, up. .tvt, ...... i .
WehavsCui Ulh-i.ffwr.t .n U- . f v, , in. 1- t v
Itf carrTCrV;.;'5.ft,, mU "-"!!tr ,"u5,m:
TO PLANTERS, MILL OWNERS & OTHERS.
-V Vino St4olv t4 S4l lVom snul 1 5uht at Jlot
lom ltsit4x in 1Cii;1iiiiU IVoav "Vorlc,
snitl Sjui Fnuirisco, y- '
PARIS PLOWS, genuine improved, heavy, at lower rates than ever offered.
STEEL 1M0LINE PLOWS. 1 2-14-1 G. " "
STEEL KOLINE GANG PLOWS, at small advance above Cost,
STEEL HORSE PLOWS, XI. XO, X00, complete.
GARDEN HOES, solid socket, 5-8 in. neck, stout blade, made to our order, nnd told at
HOES. Planter's, Lane's, best quality,
HUNT'S AND SIMMONS' AXE AND PICK MATTOCKS,
Hunt', Collin .V Cro.nninr Handled Am ; Ilunt'
-oa. American make, l t Cast Heel an 1 lieav) ; Ann
v Hue nni ea, I'lsnm make, improveu tyle ! nr.l.-r; t nnl llarmaa A ,' I Harrow
Collu r A llMi.e, V,.kes, 1 l(.i-, lim., 2 in., Wu..l A Iron; ' "
Ox Cliain; Trace Chains; Tipsad tin el Chain.; II.h p Iron, N. M, ' A ! ;
A'l. Kound A Flat Iron; A e. Pick, lu, Mr,l(, Ii unm. r nnd Ada 'llatnlh
I- ILK. a lull assortment n r Maclnnmt uf ; Naila,
ficam i aiKiiij.-, AKiifxiu i ar king una iieiup I'ui'kiiiK;
THE CELEBRATED DABBED GTEEL FENCE WIRE J
A dispatch from Manufacturer says : " We are Bellini at tho rato of 80 ton Daily "
Which means 160 Miles of 3 Wires!
Steel Barbs f. r the ordinary Nes. 5 A 0 Fence Wire;
Cooper's Tools ; Carp- nter's and Builder' Hur.lwa.ri
liest Colli Puni ne I Nuto; Paint. Oil A lsa; A lai
Scrubbinp, Centrifugal V Stove Brushes;
F A I R It A N K "S 11. AT FORM SCALES.
KISrGS'X.ISI-I lll: SADDLES,
A .'Tor S-oMleTreea. H.irOirth., Il.ldU., Ir.4..
Lepsl Cap, Bill, Letter A Fools Cap, Note Paper, Pen, lr.kx, Fnvelnpi , Time !!.'. , Pencils, Ar ,
D II Y"
Stajile. Iienima. Ille.n lie.l A lnbeache.l r'.itt.ins A
Mieetinss, Ac, Corset, Brooks' and Ci.at' Cotton 1
A M ERICA N WHITE FLA XXHIA, FINE
o o i:
lUw A II
fined Fup'irs, Sar.lin.
. Siilninn, ,-oaii.
d Pure A Full Weight Can.llea, California
t .. V . . It . ... a , , . I ...
vi'-.uii x .ii nr. aiuiuni, Mil iic i s i.ir.H ;i, j :it h (i i;,
Weston's Patent Centrifugals; Tlic Ct lcliratcd Blako Steam Irri
gating & Vacuum rumps, assorted sizes & at bottom rates;
Parlor Organs, several styles; Kerosene Oils Down- ' -ers,
Vulcan and Dcvocs, ai Unvvyd rates, & war
nu331 ranted equal to any in the Market. ; ; ,
THE Tv5EV AMERICAN
THE GREATEST INVENTION OF THE AGE
i hi can run it !
A blind person can thread it '.
A poor man can afford it '
A KOIJd hous.'. keeper w.ir.'i
A dremmak'T v.;l I,
A la 1 or ran s
- If you adi to know more al. out It, ,m';
Slurr, or cmptiM cl tli-.'- who
Ftnv li.iiiii.wiEii ion "iii; ins:
ZiT Mer Unik a I IiichI or skii a v.itth !
Till:: li HI K UM.Y MAC I; INK W III!
Si-lf 'Mirrinliiii: Sliutl ! '.
S-lf IC fli it I li I ti i; 'I'l'iiiniil
ti 1 Sell s,i 1 1 ,
Vi i illr
la the' I.:"ht-.!.t Uv.t.t..! . ar.d i. in v
Best Family Sowing Tvlricliino
.1 ( H ) !
WE RE AIAO Uil'.M'S I'OK ihi:
Miles' Double Lock Money,
X3 "SJV JHJ
am) rm: 1 1''..'.'
i i. May !'. 1-",.
I "n-1 I l
2NJVj. 0i i f Otrcct.
Hllx Jll-I I i ! I II I II 1 ll
WITH A L
N l W EI.
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r f. i
M()( Iv OF
PIANOS, ORGANS AND SHEET MUSIC
isi,ooo woii i n i
NEW IMPROVED ;
.niEHH.n stiiiii! iii(iini;:
I n i:
, V HI.I W,
okdkon'.. i iirr:i: i i is,
ll N.IO-. II R M O NT f .' .
I A M liOl III N I. MIIIM.SI,,,
(.HI i::s VIOLINS
WELLS has boon A
Agent for Si:; of the Bo:
iJ. 'Ck.T 1 Jl'
I'mer.-oii, 1 IniiM's,
I'i.-flici tiud Mill'
SE V ERA L OF
BEST GERfflAN & FRENCH PIANOS
:r ' . . i -,r I. : t I. k i r - f ' - :
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ili'.it'f lil. HI .nil a an 'il tin- s.ii,;r !-,,
H. 1 . - i i . .
m t ii i:
ill br ,,141 t.air 1"
CwiMtit (,, month simf. Iaahh ihs J.r. ik.
thrrr waa a r.r,,i,.-, i . . . '
.r.J a..!.-afi.n Utr ili mn l. le best DltsU It eomtMi
E wh-n I he have hrep t.-,ted ! actual a .n yutir Mi.tr
. . . . "
i r r rc ;.. v. :i i:i .e c-i i ne la. lure or the i
' wsf oos tu rume up
t'.e t.rtl-J Me:'ir:ur.iu 0-mfr.v. ai4 arc imar4 U UU
' -" 4 AMI I'll ICES. cfl?t ta .if I. 1
DILLINGHAM & CO.
ON EASTERN PRICES.
nn l Dav Axe Patt. in llxt
', llee I . S in.li'ra .n' an, I 1
lid. Nn. A 3, Phlnrllaf di
rr' KM l"t rhun la A Ma lr.
M r i unlit K. Cut. all ir.-.(
fence ire, tllm k
Annraltsl, TarrrJ A )alanled
Anvil. S!e.!,ei,'. Vicr, C..per' Vicrt, An.,
A lurce im,l mri, il A aortim ut (.1 !! m.ti N.i. W.,l.,
un i iment i f p.tlt,(
VarnMi, Hurso, Hlackln, W hit M !,
mo to it.ooo liis..
Brill. Ti 'kini-s. l inen
lirea.U, l. nen 1 lire.i.lai '
I'i iper, Print,
M EDI I' M A M SII.K
a j V y
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iini.e.l Jiui s. A-.. ,s .! 1 ..I. k..i. ' '
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i .re ; tt nun f i in - V
Th- Ciiallenge Standard
,I;,,M-V SILF-HKBULATIrtO WIND-
Mi'-l. m World, and when material tued, Power,
.n I HiirHlnltt ar contldered, it la ackonwl-
i JIILiU ill II lil
UM.V MaDufaetureri In the World of
THE DOUDLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
r r p.
r purpowa, ineh ronnlfif Cuntom
'.n.t .Miua aud Feed Mill.
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
A ml Prat-Ural Teal.
TH E ABOVE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SlZES,
I r Ii l igation and Tnupln; Water (or
SI oi k l arnisor Family lAe.
I r To ,f ti,.; i!,to.r arc cow bcre anil caa b m n 'p.
I ' ' !l l- He; ul-raiiil. . . . - i
i i ! .rt!.' r l iirticuUri, apjily to
JAMES H, LEMON,
; ' 1 Hawlwlii. II. I.
THE FINE CLIPPER SHIP
: GfTV (
1 1 Da) s from Mrrrpeol, Ii uw
Discharging her Cargo !
IN SPLENDID ORDER,
j compusiko ; '. . :'
THE FOLLOWING GO.bilS
I'rir.u, Utiiinn, Crown Cottoua, Pilot CluUdnf. .
I'n.lr. Ilm, Mol'.ikiiia.Towela, Vtlet CaVrpeia,
Cr tion Blanket", IJn'.-n In'lU, Qailu, Tw td Clolhlnf,,.
fri l-r CIotliiriK, Wool fhiru, - ..-'.'
0f ,rd ar.d Crimean fchirta, Indi Rubber Clotliinf,
Saddles, Leather Belting, and Laces
I r. i.( h CalMiim, XVIdte Lead, Caator Oil,
Uoss.igcs' Celebrated Blue Mottled Soap,
Tweiify.fonr Iiara ia a Box.
..INNOIIK 1 SIMS' P1BIS STIIL rtOltHS,
af, ilasnwarc, Portland Cement,
Cl.r.li. r. Xllrrlepg, Tail It WaUou'.'ciarinra,
CENTRIFUGALS & ENGINES,
Kir Urn k. K mfinir, Hlatfa, Wliitlnf,
jmn i..iiiea.i-, Corrufated Iron, llooi. Iron.
limi.ty Pt ir .
urn uarreld, Railroad Iron,
BLOOD, WOLFE & CO.'S ALE I
a 1.1 '.
PIU I1U AND rOHTER,
Pl NVH.I.K'rt WIIISKKV,
Best Double-Screened South Wales
STEAM COAL I
FOR S ,E It V
TIIKO. II. DAVIES.