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' PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER SUPPLEMENT, JUNE 28, 1879.
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an :.-ti:ivin amcuiit cfanlife,
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o:i. will fr-iii Tuiant.. f .r the noath coast of
Nur fiin j. t t:bliti"'l a C'.lwny ami found n
now city t L. i'.l-il lilt. The vijuditlon wtft
,.on-i-t .f tw j. irli.-n. w.r? riIit iry t' protect the
col'iny a;: iin.it t'i' n tiv..nr.'l tl-r a;riciil
luril ari t iiiil t .-ti.i;-I tlw "t!l.-ment.
Fu'ir st'Mnn'i'4 : r'.art?i'il t carry the cipedi
tiri unci co"iv-j tlu tr-. t lii:h crqri-; all
D'Ci Jiry iai;I-ui it- from :!. s.iw ami fpaIe t-
tl it prini'i.'ii p. --, ami a' a t. lf (jraphic calle to
connect l'.--.- ciMijy it'i t'i- i: rtii co.it f Aulra
lii. T., wtiVr.4 i.i'.'n i t I iml t tL? mouth of
om of tivei f.-r-ii a nrnj. Il.cic uml hro part
ly ia tL f ':i u ar: I vrlly , ahipboar.l until the
iiwit ht-al'ty an I f kvr:iM i-it f.r a city bun t rn
f an 1. T'u.? i i ;i:iatuM 'f tui proj'-ct h-po to
attract t t'.-ir colony U.-- 0'.jDO Italiaoi who
dd -rnir.u: t.-iy yrar t- Siwl'i Arm-ricn; but at
t'i? Maui' firm? tt.T- i-4 cni nnoj'rtaint whether
KuUml mny iit o.T'r i'fl obi-cti.n to thl enter-rri-41'.
Th r' seem t be but llttl- ijiilt t'iat Ger
jitAny iu'.-ri'l t poio-i-'iun ot th Samoa
sriiip. It i- now p.."i:i!r f . t.-.l tf.at I'tbic
bijni.irclv Ii.n p;iv::i uj ui.tvu'-r Ci iu oppoiti'n
to t!i p'.'.iv'T ot rn i, lii ini ion'Tjii co!ai3 for th
rnipir." .inl l i ru !. c r.i'r a c nvi rt t i the pr-j-ct.
Ti.'! ;icfi'i'4"ui ! .f a Cia!tnif station at
Tonv i tl,. Jirt ntj n Uii 4lir.--'i jn, and Hit'
appuintm.-iit nl L' ij. i i Z'-mb"ch f t ie Imperial
Nary t . r-. -1 il I -m r.il f r tUe Saiauan InlanJ:
which L.4-4 ju : t,iU n p'.aoe. ':ii- ! p.int to a
r.ew !v-t''fn i f ;u:five int-'tfr-ncw ia the alTtirn of
tin'. I'.n-.ti i-it;v (Tap?. n.li-cli w..f a an ablt
ami .! t,;- t..' naral .-tatf :lii'er. repl.n.'4 Cumi1
Welei- ut A f i n'-' ti iteil Hie new tt-.-aty
tweivi ;.-irnn-iv .in l ,S.m a. In r'gar! t. this
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. erllj . I.i citii.-- i i tli' Pacific ia the
ICivl'ir. t'aotn'ii Uenmtly who corn-
. Klr.iltff . i inov on tin' West
ii ia t!..s Dri'UI. Ibn J!. C. WVi'e ar-
rived ut I'.rcmen
April C'.h. 122 days
of the Nihilists.
1 have received a letter from fe't. Petersburg,
late I a few d.ivs ago, to which the attempt on
the Czar's life irij arts considerable interest. I
cum t voticti ior tno umre accuracy ot me opi-j
iI ittj it i- it iir.J but thf writpr baa both pood i
T T. rtiir.i.y and a god faculty of observation,
a.d.rt anv r.ite.ittmboJiesonerhasoofthcim-
rrr-.in etc it 1 i-i Pui a bv rr rut out-a-e
1 ll;. Vt ict iJli e"!, Aid.
about t reM-n. bavin--discovered three-fourths I
..ftb. irm. n are 1 n Ie.vi e witl, the XibibsfH. V.m
hae already learnt, doubtle.", that a lady belor.g
in, t lb-; iiv-t confidential Court circles bad been
arr. ste I n l.cr estate and that she tired n rcvol
on I r caj tors and avowed herself a friend of
the sect. Too head of the Odessa police will ur.-d-'i'alt'
'' '- elireeti'-n of theccret olice, but thi
w ill ci.-u.c ii t!.ia. Notwithstanding all this,
tin ffrcngt'i ortl-.i Nii'ilist must not j cxag
gorat',iT. i'l.vV ar-- not ieally numerous, but
t ii v ari very active, prn.ure recruits, of vh"iii
tioy iii ike lan.;tie. rpread terror by their aud.i
citv, ar. l arv n-i.-:ei!. it ii4jt by the c.-tnplieity, at
loast by the apathy cf the middle cla.-rk.-. Iu this,
ibd-'Cil. lie. their ehiel atrcngtli. While they are
aiming at the s-vcalltd regetitration of the Empire
by the most al iminablc mean, the middle clas
. the savant, fuctiuiuti-s, merchants anvl many
' i'lecr are at heart profoundly hostile ti the au-tx-r.iti.r
j-stc.a. All these cople are liberrl,
i-!i i'ir a more or Ie-5 comprehensive Constitu
iiof, im. I c!ai:u at least for the nation the rigbt
i. 1 iii ar, of coiitr j1. This section of the pjpu
lati n.wI.L'i, especially in the towns, is the most
r.ut.icrutu, i-.if.ucatial, and enlightened, feel a
kind ol humiliation at seeing countries like Mon
terc - u ami Huljrmria with Leislafures anal Con-
stituti n iif souis kind, while Uuseia, the great-!
niti n, is the only Euroieao btato without them,
lb-r.-e a latent iiritation which indu.-es petfect
anoot.ee in for tli Nihilist cntcrf rises. Ia three
caes cut of four they .do nothing when a dis
graceful 4iutrage i c :mmiited, and if reproached
with their apathy they reply, 4 itXlocs not con
cern u. TT.o Eaipcror will not lean upon tho
tiati .a, ar.l tho encmic ol society profit by oar
ind.irerenec t carry, on a war of sxtcnarnatioaT
agiirvit every ob.-tacle to their schemes." Meanwhile-
ti e Lourt clique, who put their hands in
the Faircror's ca.-h-bor, that is to eay in the peo-
le's treasury ; those who live on the imperial
gratdeur, who arc above laws, and dispose of
llussia as they choose, urge the Emperor to make
n concession, alleging that sovereigns, by giving'
to LiVraliiiu and the inevitable excesses in
train, have everywhere paved tic way for the
tall or the rui of their dynasty and their coun
try. The Emperor listens ti them rather than
give up his autocratic character. Ail the evil lies
hero. Vainly I.as it been sought to distract our
attention by wars and diplomatic skirmishes,
A 1 ng as out dignity is not considered, as long
a wc are strangers to the management of our
own affiirs and eliiven like a flock of sheep, the
cv.l will increase t.T one dy. rath? than go on
tliu., instead of remaining apathetic, wc, too,
slia'i take part in the cocJlict, and it will not be
cu tLe eide ot autocratic power that we ehall
muster. Uo assured, however, that whenever
the Emperor gives us a mere semblance of liberty
the weakness of Nihilism will be Ken, and it is
now- only a small fraction or the nation. The
Emperor can do what he will. With a stroke of
the pen be can give us the dignity to which wc
aptre, and reduce tbc sect to nothingness, but
there is no sign of hia doing so. Paris Dispatch
to the London Times. x
,nt ..f tl:- war. Ti ..-. ,, -., :...m the Paei- zLlc.-Portlan,! Standard. ' - fJZntJ f8 . &'
i .. v. ,',!.,, i.r i!i i h i " I lmtii nr. ' ,. . . . ,. . . - . Paying - no attcutioti to the request, Kusk llol-
,t,'.-pi,,ii,.::;.l ae!, ..on.. c..HU4.,i,.. j . ) tK Admiua.. bEvsH,tR,. .i t .e Uitisli Navy, , Iowax ,csnn Bhootln. For a lew minutes it was
worn c.uvett.. .t7;.,.h.e .il-,l fi.-mAuck- o the Monapy PysJ, tsays : llic-facts concern- riike tho. ekirrni of a small battle. -.Kingani
FORE1CN NEWS ITEMS.
(. ,uz'i 'it"-rcl .-m) !.i-tur'-
All li e l.ui-iwi t!.eatr
iuw .rive ur.iiv
Aif-.ilj t :. r ! wrri t
ly t!.'; I'rii..-. - Iui"-:
m.t'l. in I'.tnn l i .
On Jun - HT'i. Ih-:
:s i.ic Inren
Col. Kin,:, a lex i cattle i '.. fence 7
mileslvD. encltoi aViUt -jaat li.iTc-on
which ran e ll.OJ l-ca-t?.
TotUr ar.l Strct.ach, hc chief c;n?r iratOM in
the ;Lsw Hir.k frou'l-, rc cni-l in knit
ting tockin at l-je -'hurch Pettitcotiiry.
(ueco Victoria, it it rumore J. I.u 'cxrrcsel a
efron wih tj B-?e C'anaJa.anl tt.e l'rince of
Vab: it ncjurair. Ler t viit bvth that
country an 1 the I't.itc J .-State.
I'rofcBfl.r Jisr. ' f .Stattirt, ac-crts that be
ba diCiveru'l the ul, which cynsiits according
to bira, of a cbrmical coedT' .siti jn of alhutscn,
ca'ic-1 ' iiervina."
A comtiiitt'-'j L.n been aj j' jii.tt-'i ip j lney t j
arrani grarxi aquatic mi l turf event f jr the
Exhibition ea.n. Twj fjur-.irc 1 crews are
cxfCtcJ frcrn KnIacJ. etc Ir-.iii America, anl
tnc from each of ecvtrnl cf th-j C!jniea.
Tbc latest .triunit b m.IjicvcJ bv electricity id
of an tleTAtgr in San Francisco, with j
t'jTs of Cjal n it. ! v tueaus of a
There i lik'.Iy to be a reat livvuit about t!ic
I rorcrty of the late llrihatii Voun- II left
the bulic of it to tl.e clitirch, an-1 Lis heir 3 are
uttinj in their cTaiiu.
Ju!od Ferry Lh introduo-J into t!:e French
C'i. amber of Dejutied an Ivlucatijiial bill that
will, if ra-ed, exclude froiii the tibt of teach
ing all th-. Jesuit F.uhcra r. jvv enael m e luca-
H vT.al YTOlli . ' . - M
The late Mr, .-arah Jo;e!.a Halo wasnctive lit
in niy cxcclijr.t publ;.. unltTtakirg. he bad,
li.iK.h !'duit!i the cjutjletin ol the Danker
lliil Mviiutuctit ; lr thirty je.ua h!ff lab'cJ to
l-ave Tlinnk.iv:rg lay made a National holi
day ; and nhe greatly iiiQucnccl bcr ol I friend,
M ittbcw Va:ar, in the oranizatiun ,of Vas."ar
Coileg". . - - '
The lioarl of Hcaltu of .CarLsruI.c, U.idcn,
1 ublishcs a notice etatin that chemical analysis
thowa that the cjtcr ort'.ona of the jackase of
American carnc I beef, which have bcui in con
tact with tlati'jr cS thctwfl,' are tu'r rehatcJ
ith leal ar.l nrc injurious to the health. Con
(utners. arc n Jviscl t cut o.ff a thin faring on all
iJejof tb package before using the meat.
IlJuon bad !ccn 'luictly .-rfecting a teIe.honc
which eurjae nil the instrumcnta now in use.
lie ban di-cjvcrcd that chalk possctsei wonderful
powers of tranrmitting eound.
The Niagara Fall l'rjcpcct Park L'omiaDj have
or.tractel I or an clectric-liht niao'.iinc, and in
tend to Ijcatc the lights in cuch jocitions as will
enable them t illuminate th: great cataract on
a magnificent ca!c.
Mechanics get :sGO a day.'ahd Common labor
ers $13 a day, in liuvnoa Aycr. UuokkiCj cra
cct S-i'tU a year, and extra zeal as a manager
I ring $75,010. The Tair dollar is worth three
cents iu gold. A ioal ol rtea J cots $6
It require 300,000 "cubic feet of the finest i
iialif of r.in lumh r i.i n.nVo tti v-.rlv '
cf lucifeT matches fwf the l'ni,tel .States, and it
takes 100,0X cordj of Enc Ji.ard wood tj make
our nhocpeg. It fake -10,000 ,X)0O tiB to eujtply
otir 90,100 mile of railroad.
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The .Stnii"c Aiiuriran recommends potato
water as a wasli . for animal afflicted with lice.
One opplicatijii of water in which potatoes have
been boiled is sai l to be eufiicicnt. "
Tli9'j3?ton.7Vflrf'rsays that 44 ilen. Uutlcr is
known t be a strong (irant man and in the event
of .tf.e batter's nomination lor the prcidcucy
would aluiont certainly gictiui a warm and ac
tive support. .
llobeit Held doped with a widow and bis own
wile agisted him in the exj loit. The object of
tt.e iieM w i to get tnc wiiiow ii'OU.nna
after tloing that
k turned home.
ILli deserted t!ie widow aud
Four thousand nine hundred and fifty-three jcr
toM wern kill dtirinn tli liit-t Year in the nurth
wcdt provinces cf India tind'Oudc by wild beasts
mid anakt'M. ur. 1 nl l!ie.-i .".TS 1 nu'Pii tpir ilint lm t,
snakes-bite. . .
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am - iLk ii r.ii."-ii in eaicf III. It llio t'S-
tensivc sbin-ownCrs if I'alifoiiui arc talking of
.vSB.j-..i.. ... u.uSi
Tcrr.torj ani-. pay mg the laxes on them there, ;
bavin tbe'ir vessels registered in ashinaton
thiis uroiJir'' Utc onerou-3 taxfltion which endued
cuant are that the Peruvian ironclad turret ship
Iluascar sunk the Chilean
wooden ship Lsiiicral'"
r-platcd ship Ind-pcn- '
Chilean wooden ship ;
da, and the Peruvian armor
denna, in pursuing the
Cavatdmia, ran on a reef and was wrecked
Freeman, the "Masaachu?etts man who killed
hi. littfc daughter a9 an offering to God. has j
been louud guilty ol homicidu. Ho still.'
maintains that lie will be justified by God, and i
promises another astonishing revalation May
21st. Hid wife is less confident, and evidently ;
begins to lear that she has . committed a crime.
some ot tiic otner Auvcntist3 nave Deeruwarnea (
v t rlfiypns fn lpv th nlnef
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lcbcllious sunjects si:aii not ue long in suspense
f to their fate. The Czar Las given order- lhat ,
a I"'" njust be tntJ and convicted wrthin ,
- 'ourP anu "V" weeutcu t
within the same length of time after conviction.
This may bo called prompt justice by some, but
it looks a though the Czar was acting on a pro
verb : 44 Dead men give no trouble."
Dr. .Mellor, a popular preacher at Halifax,
England, recently bad bis sermon delivered by
telephone as it was uttered to an audience at
Manchester, Ut) miles away. Not only was the
ircachipg thus cverhcard, but the singing of a
hymn was reproduced almost perfectly, the
sonorous voice of Dr. Mellor being heard above
that tf the congregation. '1'ho . prayer and usual
lc9ons were uUo heard." "Thq caict detect in the
transmission arose from the interference of- the
ordinary mcsag.s as they passed through the
connected wires. .-
The rroduetion of salmon canneries of the
Pacific coast last year was ")l,'yO cans, or 26,
COO pouuds. specimens weighing
r ounds were canght by the fishcrmeu.
ou to to
i.irity ct the Oregon salmon is tiieir contempt lor
all tne angler's lures. There is no salmon an- j
gling on the Oregon rivers. They are sometimes i
taught by trolling at the mouths of the rivers,
hut they cevcr taikc the angler's fly.
"A Salt Lake dispatch oX the lid instant states :
The motion for a new trial in the Miles polygamy
ca'ewas denicl "to-day by Judge. Eineisa, who (
sentenced the criminal to five years imprison- ,
znent in tbo'iNcbraska Penitentiary and a fine of j
$100. Notice of appeal was given, and as the;
supreme Court of the Territory is now in session
here, the case will rrobably be disposed ol this
rrc-lc9 W33 JcEant whcn ECDtcncc was!
During the thirteenth century the wages of
farm hands in England was 50 cts. per week. In i
the next century they had advanced fifteen cents,
and continued t advance slowly until in the last
century they Lad reached $1 S7. The average
for farm labor in the same countries now is $3
SO rcr week. Wheat in the thirteenth
averaged 71 cents, or ?1 davs" labor a bushel
Now wheat is worth f.t wholesale in England
about $1 46 a bushel, or days' labor. In six
centuries meat has nearly trebled in rriee, while
wages have increased more than seven fold.
Recently, Senator Ren. Hill of Georgia in a
four hour speecb defended the course of the south
in the attempt to secede ironi the tiuion and
break up the government. The blame for the
war was thrown entirely on the northern people
who were pronounced the real disunionist3,Thile
the ttkc patriots were those who bad fought for
the confederacy nnd upheld state sovereignty
until overpowcrea hj force and compelled to
surrender. This is no wvesty of his speech, but
a lair outline of its purpose ux. contents. It
was in reply to Hill that Chandler mtJe the re
marks which have been eo widely published. It
would seem that if southern men would like to
have sectional issues dropped they should avoid
these rabid epeechea in justification of the rebellion.
I'ir.i-i n i n..v irfi'ivhii "ri i--v.i ..... ai mwuiuii vi u ai. n.a iricnU. i;obert.nn. run fiaminrt tliv liniion
General Grant Rides the Elephant
J,l.n l!aw!l Vuunjj. ih i of the J-artj j
acciinj anting (icneral tjrant !n tour, t!iu j
write t.j t!.e New York Herald lrxai Jerr-ore, j
Ir.ii : !
' To j; i t Aoibcr, we niu.t ri le elej.hants.
I'-jT aftor a few miles the hill- c inc and the roada
arc broken anl carriage are of n j value. . We
rniht on horseback, or on came!, but the
Miharnjih ha ser.t u hi elephants, and here
they are waiting for us under a grove of ining)
tret, drawn up on the fide of tl.e foal, as if to
ealate. Tt.e principal elephant wears a fcarlet
cijth, as a rcial honjr t the general. The
elephant means authority in India, nivl when
y ja wish todi your gut;-t the bighebt bonrycu
moui.t Lim on an elei hant. The Mabarnjah alo
! cnt teian chairs for those of as who preferred an
! easier and awifter conveyance. Mrs. Grant
c!.oe the ecdan chair, and was twitched off at
i rapid race up the aeecnling road by four Hindoo J
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i uearers. aic pure at wmcu mete caairs urn vitt-
ried ia a 6'aort, measured -juick;tep, o thai there
is IjO uneasiness to the rider. Tbo rest of us
m-.unted the elephant. Elephant rjding is a
curious and not an unpleasant experience". The
animal i under prfcct control, and very often,
especially ia the case of 6ueh"a man aa the ralcr
of Jejj'Orc, has been fjr generations ia the same
family.- lhe elephant is under the care of a
driver called a mahout. The tuahout sits on the
neck or more rroperly the head, of - the elephant,
ani guiaes nit.1 wiin a bcick. or enarp iron j rou
with ul.ici; l.c strikes the animal oaUlic top of
tl.e LeaJ. li-itween the elephantand tLe mahoat
t r - rV 1 ft.
there arc relations of affection. The mahout
live with the elephant, gives bitn bis food, and
each animal has Lis own keeper. The huge crea
ture becomes in time as d jcile us a kitten and
will obey any order ol the mahout. The ele
phant reaches a great age. The one aligned to
mc had been tiity years in the royal stable. It
Ts not long tince there died in Calcutta the elc
jbant which carried Warren Hastings when gov-crnor-gcneml
of lnii; a tcjitury ago. . luiare
arc two methods ol riding clephante. One is in
a box.like the four teats of a carriage, the other
on a eijuarc ijuilted scat, your feet hanging over
the teats, something like an Irish j.mntir.g car.
Tho first plan i-j good for buuting. but for com
fort tbc second is the better. When wo came to
our tier bant the huge beast, at a signal ol the
mahout, lovly kneeled. Then a step ladder '
. - . i i - . . a . -4
was put against his eiae anu we m junteu into our
feats. Two of the rarty were aligned to an
elephant, and we sat in lounging fashion, back
to back. There was room enough on tho spacious
scat to lie down and bike a nnp. When the
elephant li-ea.-whlcli be does two. legs at a tirno,
deliberately, you must hold on to the rail of
your scat. Once on bis feet, he swings along at
a slow, wobbling pace. The motion is an easy
one, like that of a boat iu n light sea. In time,
if you go long distances, it become very tire
some. Apparently you arc as free as in a car
riage or a railway car. Vou can sit in any
pontion or creep about from one side to tho other,
liut the motion brings every part of the body
into action, bending and'ewinging it. and I could
well boc bow a flay's long journey would make
the body very weary and tired.
Lively Time at a Texas Prayer Meeting.
The particulars, as near as can be ascertained"
of the late shoo:ing and nnfrder in "Stephensvillc,
Tcxjs, nppear to be as follows ; This (Erath)
" 5nc.,,r the most recently nettled in
-iciiis, ami in etui rcgarueu as ono 01 mc ironticr
. . v
counties. Ono Of tbc oldest residents of the
county ii "J. 1. Hollowny, who lias herejoforei
passed as a quiet and orderly citizen, his family
i'juri3ilii ui ci.ii.itii nnn ttuu ii uauLUill. cj l
r . . - U
l.airencd that the county ofncial had tourcts for '
How ay. ontf oPvU man Holloway's sous.
1J rt.nn IlAll.vnV"fl rt-
Previous' to executing them, however, Deputy
-"hcriff W. II. King duly summoned three
citiziii.s M. D. I'obinson, J. T. Iloss and EH
Keith to'anci.-'t in the servhre Iite in the even
ing Dei"ury King and. f arty left the village of
ritcphensvillc and rodc-out some miles lo the resi
dence of jjll man Holloway, wlicrc they arrived
in the midst of- a prayer meeting in lull blast.
The Deputy entered among the worshippers and
inquired for Husk Holloway, who was pointed
out to bun.
The Deputy, then walking up to the young
man, said: 44 Kusk, I have papers Tor you for
unlawful carrying of a pistol, but it is too dark to
.read them, and I will state to you their sub
oimive. llu-rc. too nuT nrms on vour nprrmn? "
Yes ; but none of -your , sort will getahnJ' '
answered Rusk Holloway.
throwing back bis, coat a
at the same time i
and retreating. In a L
twinkling the Deputy was surrounded by his f
enemies, and Joe Holloway, a brother of Kusk, j
, d up seized one of lhe latters pistols,
, . ... t- dfAXvin it Thn nffi(,. J '
at 'tliesaruc time drawing it, Tho official party
j noiveaw tueir aangcr.
Justus he turned the corner a bullet stuck him .
and the" unfortunate man .threw up"jii8 hands,
staggered a few paces and fell, the blood at the
same time trickling out of tTegory woifnd and
flowinjr down bis clothes: be was shot through.
and breathed bis last inst ns llic Denutv Kins.
under a beavy fire and the swift crack of pistols
stooped down and asked if be was hurf.
The light now amounted to a rezulaf battle. '
The voice -of prayer was hushed, in the .whiz of
bullets and the bang!. bang ! bang! of guns and
pistols. In 'the' meantime the smoke of gun
powder and tho groan of the wounded and dying
ascended together. Keith and Ross, in the
n.! . 01 a :61,0Wcr ot oullets, ran quickly arouna
tuo opposite ot tlie House. Just as he reached a
small tree Koss fell, pierced by a ball. . But with
bis .ix-shooter .tilf in his "band the .doomed
Tictini rose; to bis knees, clung to the tree with
CDe band and tried to ShOOt With tho otltflT.
At this moment old man Holloway and bts
daughter appeared onthc scene of carnage, and
hastening to where Ross lay clinging to the tree
demanded tho surrender of bis six-shooter. Ross
replied that he might have it provided he would
let him tako out tho one remaining cartriduc.
Holloway and his daughter, the eyes of the girl
naming uiiu mi ioii nun iioiiuug un 1110 souiu
wind, which blew away the smoke of the fighf,
then seized, the pistol ofthe wounded man, and
by main force wrenched it from bis hands, en
feebled as they were through loss of blood. The
old man then placed tho muzzTe of Ross' own
pistol lOainm the eide of the wounded-: roan avA.
fired. Ross with a groan fell over dead, bis nuu-y.
derer coolly extending the lifeless body on the'
ground, besmeared in blood. --. !
King and Keith escaped, and the bodies ol
Robertson and Rosa were shortly afterwards
"fjund where they fell by a posse of, citizens
Thft Tit 11 r.l ! ia T-rrs ciiKcr.nnntli nrrncti1
m. t- 4tfM4uvi.4 v a w eu oecu ucii ii w uiieckviA.
A w -
A Perfect Sewing Machine.
The result 4f an Immense outlay ot money and years of
Ul-r ai.-J eperimen:s by the Ix-st mechanics to be found,
BUT TWELVE WORKIfIG PARTS,
(Oihers require from thirty to forty), each part ot
direct action, reducing frictiwa to a minimum.
Simplicity, Strength, Durability.
Eat of Optratim. Gtat R'inye of ii'ork, eombineJ,
CONSTITUTING TIIK ONLY
Perfett, Complete & FArLTLESS SEWING 3IACIIISE
ON THE FACE OF THE EARTII.
A SCIEVTIFIC MECHANICAL TEIUMPn,
Pronounced by the FrankP.n Institute, Fhitauclptiis, (higHest
authority ia the V. S.) . -
The bet Feed ever Invfntfd far Sewing "HathinfS
THE ONLY POSITIVE SUCCESS
IN A I.I. DEI'.t llTMEXTS OF SEVIN"G.
All 1 vers of pro;res?tvt- t-cience and mechanical perfection
should see jt. ard every lady In the land shoulJ examine and try
Tlio 11NT o cr
15 avis Vertical Feed
SHUTTLE LOCK-STlTCn SEWING MACHINE, before
deciding to purchase an inferior machine or a single thread
plaything without a tension.
JGEST FOR Tl'" 'dlliy ISLAXDS,
lO rORT STREET. 6m
piRESTOX AND MERRILL'S
a- - vt vo a iuv t,itA,i iu j
For dale by
BOLL E3 A CO.
Plzu.ii and Ki-Nine.
Ta?nt alter Lair-iive. c:nctic. frcntoJ
aoapa or any of tljue ginicracks, bat whe-a the
Jrujzist bal CniheJ rutting up a jrescription
tj cure a JoDi-faccl bov of hacking ciu , fhe
turned from the etove and aked
i 1 you keep drus and mtdieines and piicns
anl po on?
I Oh. yes we keep all each thing.'
! " And ki-nine."
Vc. we bmve ijuinine."
i f' Well, 1 called in to fee about gettin' tizer.
: ar.l Kmc ki-nine, but I dutmo. ?j many flks
! nave been slaughtered by dru'-ists" nmtake- that
I'm eacemost afraid even to ask for camfur gum,
tho' I sufpoc I can etnell camfur gum furtlicr
off tbr ?nw ether woman in Michigan. Have
you killel anybody by putting up morphine for
' Never.: j
" Iiecn in the business long?' )
Only twenty-one years." j
Well, joa ortcr know gum'IIabic from sweet ;
ile bv this time, but some men arc awful keerless. i
I've had a brother pizuned by"wrong medicine, j
a-fia, I'm a little shalsv. nere is your a.i-;
nine!" . " j
" This Is it." be replied, as he took down the f
he wet her finger, rushed it into the jar and ;
then rubbed it on her tonguo. j
' Tastes like it, but I Uur.no. Sure that ain't I
lee, very sure."
" iore your clerk washeJ the jar out clean
afore he put tho ki-ninc in?"
" Ob, I washed it myself.'"
ITthis shouldn't be ki-nine you'd have the
law put to ,you the worst kind.. We've got
nior.ey in the bank, and we'd never settle for no
$10,00!" - - ,
" I know it to be quinine. i
"Well, then, gimmio lo cents' worth, and 1-',
want down weigh., too. lf I'm treated well I'm
a great baud to trade at onc'placeJ bi tsb min-
nit I see any stinginess or cheatin a yoke of oxen i
couldn't rull nie jnto that store again." !
He weighed out the drug, labeled it with great
care, and tben she said :
Now 1 want 10 cents worth of pizun to kill
" AYhat kind." t
44 Why tho pizun kind of course. Piziin is.)
pizun the world over. " ;
44 Don't seem as-you were used to bundling j
.cm. . - ,
44Pd you want arsenic?"
44 Certainly, but you want to be powerful kcer
ful ! I'm a woman of hTty-and I've nus'd tho
sick cjer since I was a girl, but I never handle
pizun without a chill creepin up my back.
Where is it?"
He handed down thejarand6hesmeU of the stop
per, shook her bead, turned the jar around and
44 That looks a powerful sight like crcam-a-tar-ic!"
44 Ob, no that's arsenic and no mistake."
44 "Well, I've got to take tho chances, I s'pose.
I'll tako ten cents worth down weight. Any
ono who will be stingy eellin' pizun will be
6tingy in other things, and I do bate a 6tingy
person. My first husband was powerful stingy,
and he was 6truck by lightning."
When the poison bad been weighed and la
beled sh carefully took up the package and said :
Now, then, write on this that it is to bo
kept -h the old china teapot, on the third shelf
in the pantry, and that it's for rats. Then write
on this that it is to be kept in the old coffeepot
in the cupboard, and it's for chills."
lho druggist lollowed orders, ana tlie oia Jaay
. . , . . . ,,. , . j .1 ,,i atj
im flih UrM'nn' in hrr nnlfct. nnil t n A k l-ninf
f .? r f .
IO UW K ICUW, BDU WBUl Oil NlWllg . .-
. I (may bft all right, but I dunno. If my old
man is -took off instead of the rats, I'll begin n
lawstiit next day after the funeral!" Detroit
Free Press. - . ,
To Sugar Planters.
tl. VOODlIKAI,RFPRESEXTIXG lhe
iI famous House of Messrs. r.NTIFKX A: WOOD, Su-
gar Macliioery cnkeri of Loodon will visit parties or confer
Willi planters on their estates to take orilers, fnrnUh plans anJ
give any Jnformation to parties desiring to order sugar ma
chinery. Address with C. BREWER it CO.
j A MORE RECENT LOT OF
j EaliTE: BOOKS, etc..
AT TUOS. G. THItlM'.S Fort Street Store.
. . ,
A Maeqao of Poets No Name. Series. T
Nelly's Silver Mine, by II. II.
The Story of-a Bid Boy, T. B. Aldiicli.
Jean Ingelow's Poms, complete;
f Bryant's Poems, complete;
nrLnCa roctical Works;
Bryant's Poetical Works,
Goethe and Schiller, by Boyesen, ' "
1 Recollections of Writers, by Mary and Chas. Cow
den Clark. -
As It May Happen, by Trebor. .
Common Sense ia Business, by Frcedley ; ft
Home Comforts, or Things Worth Knowing, by
. Memoir of Robtl Chambers, by Win. Chambers; '
Flowers, their origin, &c, by J. E. Taylor;
- Jihft School Boy, by jf. W. Ilolmes; . -
Prince Deukalion, by EayardT Taylor ;
". Parks sad Gardens of Paris, by Sv. Robinson;'
i riisaaanl Spots Around Oxford, by Alfred Rimmcr;
Art and Artists of Connecticut, by II. WFrench;
The Ceramic Art, by Jennie J.-Young.
The Bohemian, by Chas. de Kay ;
Chambers Information for the People, 2 vols. -
The Works of Chas Lamb, 5 vols. , '
Social Etiquette of New York ; .
1 - The Bcacousfield Cartoons, from Punch, cloth and
Base Ball Guide Books for 1879
Base Balls aud Bats, New Scrap Pictures, Papeteries,
Uirthtlay Cards, Floral Passepartouts & Mats, ,
" Fraaacs, Gaskell's Coropendiuma of KlcgunJ Writing.
Ac. &c. A-e. my3
" There is Always Two Sides to a Story,"
Bl'T FOItAU. THAT THE UNDSRSIGNEIO
IS TRlii'ARED.TO 00 TO
ANY PART OP THE ISLANDS
t PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OR PORTRAITS,
la First (lass Stjle, to Order,
Cii'h or Draft on IToroloIu (it the time tho
tak-n. Ordtia promptly attended to.
II. L... CHASE.
STORE, NEW TRICES,
MIK I'NDERSIGN'EI), IMPORTER AND
navins opened a Fl'R.VITtrRE STORE In Honola
lula. invite the public to inpect his Stock of Good. ALL.
NEW, and of the LATEST DESIGNS, n-hicb be
proposes to sell at lower rates than the public have ever befare
been offered. He is also prepared to do all kinds of work
that pertains to the business.
4Ort.ll and 800 Ills
PAULOIi SETS, DIMXG COOM SETS,
rLi iTRMrrRF. of ill rjms,
OFFICE AM STORE CnAIRS,
Spring Beds I
AND MATTRE8SES OF ALL KINDS. ,
Tr Californ .a and Eastern made Furniture of all kiais and
styles at the Lowest Prices.
F. H. WILT,
ji25 Cm On Tlotel street, two doors from Fort street.
Ne Plus Ultra Spring Bed
ONLY FIFTEEN DOLLARS
So Cheap that all can have il, and yet
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
- rjf Try one, and it not satisfactory, money will be refund
ed. Oa exhibition and for sale by DILLINGHAM Ac CO.
mhl or of the manufacturer, B. F. FARKAR.
FOR SALE BT
BOLLU & CO.
y'K THKOI.D 1ST KI.ISIIKI ltr!-v
Yiv.'m nr K-vz CLaiHoi; & CO- :
' ualni ia Wnij-io. Jlitnk.u. Ilataaii, rooisl
a J atw:::ot lU .tlsivlix. Alio.fsrf H;tuj.
Cx Itr. r.. ug mni wSJ cKreJ iix U
A .X1, a hi'H- f MMM-f Wa!ii Vai.r J.-ratfrta Ij
jfMT. xnpri!iiiij mt arra -t b 3,KJ cr, da.irati'.jr
I H -.ol fjc Uk- r :u:ir tu'tirr.
A:o. !aeuf tu;:i. whr toihff " ' h.Jtl
acrr tf wr xl UnJ. i a rrv riiaorr lir v.m':- 4thi-f
to co Ints ?iixr t r Itio-, ia our of llr ami 4tirle
ia the Kin-Jvm.
frr par'.ieai-". iT. '
l(tr A. ? CIJ-iiH iKS A. l O . Ilwutu-w,
HrliJ It. MtL1. Uiviiut
u.r; Mrt-1 ij h. is:. "IM
llK (LIPPLU BRITISH C1BK
iu 12.2 dj9 fiftua Gla50nr,
COMPRISING A FULL LINE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS. MARKET
is jroir cesm; 01 lued for sale
st the c iii As 4
O. Ar. Alaclarlane & Co.
A. W. PEIRCE&CO.,
(AT THE OLD STORE)
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I,
WHALING GEAR OF ALL KINDS,
Whaleboat?, Boat Stock, Anchors, Chains. "
Hemp and Manila Cordage, Duck, Naval Stores,
Taints and Oils, Jlrnss and Giilvan.zed Marine Hard war"'
Sailmakert' (loods, Uoalbuildera' llanlwaio,
Hay, Oats and Bran, Etc., Etc.
Would inform ur friends and patrons, that we lutre now on
hand the most complete and varied assortment of
SHIP & NAVAL' STORES,
and othr Goods in our line, to le found on the Sandwilh Inl
ands; and having a new lease, for a term of years, of lhe old
stand, so long and favorably known by the people of the
Sandwich Islands, and by the Masters aaat Owners of Whaling
and Merchant Vessels, and with our Nsw Fire-proof Store aud
Store-houne rear by, jrivinj us unequ.iied facilities for keeping
even a still more complete and varied -Assortment of all the
Goods in our line, larKC additions to which we have .ordered
from the United States aud Europe, all of which wc offer ou
the most favorable terms.
MANILA ROPE, .
O Threads, Uoila !TIireatfsVdtll Vt Tliread.'4
Coils 11 Inch, Coils 1J loch. Coils 1 Inch, Coils 2 Inch, '
Coils 2i Inch, Coils 2i Inch, Coils 21 Inch.
Coils 3 Inch, Coils 31 Inch, Coils 3 Ineh. Coils 3J Inch.
Coils 4 Inch, Coils 41 Inch, Coils ii Inch. Coils b Inch.
Cutting Falls, Manila Bblt Hope, Sisal Hope, Bale Itope,
Hay Kope, Manila Lath Yarn, CTa!vaized Wire Hope, "
Wire Seirinp, Deep Sea Lead Lines, CO Fathom Log Line.,
Liaes l'ate-nt Li'g, Signal Halyards, FiAli Linew.
- ' hemp rope,'
. 1 inch, U inch, 2 inch, 21 inch, 21 Inch, 2i inch,
3 Inch, 31 inch, 0 inch, 3i inch, 4 inch, 4J inch, 6 inch,.
5Jr inch, 6 inch, inch, 7 inch, 71 inch, H inch.' '
RATLIN 32 ihrend, 15 thread, IS thr-ad, 21 thread.
SPUN VA RN 2 yarn, 3 yarn.
SE1ZI NU J thread, 9 thread, 13 thread.
Marline, Ilonseline, Ilambroline, Rounding, IUi?ia Holt Hojic.
- COTTON DUCK,: v
Kos. 1, 2, S,-4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Ravens, DriUs, Ac.
v; HEMP CANVAS,
. Merchant Navy, all nnnihers; Long Flair, all numbers-.
I'arslin Yards, Hemp Twine, Cotton Twine,
- Whipping Twine, Sail Needles, Hoping Needles,
Tacking Needles, Beeswax, Sailors' Palais,-
Eailmakers Seaming Talm, Saihuakers' Ropine Palma,
Sail Hooks, Galvanized Iron Clews, Galvanized Thimbles,
Brass Thimbles, Open Thimbles, Tlr.oibTes for Wire Hope.
Sister Hooks and Thimble", Flags.
Anchors from 40 lbs. lo 24041 lbs. Chains from I in. to 12 in.
V Capstans YVir.Ulass Gear, Brass Boat Comiosses,
- Brass Ship Compasses, Tell Tale Compasses,
Rilchies' Sjririt ConipHsses, No. 1;
" ' , No. 1;
' .. " " No. 9 ,
Sheathing Fell, Yello Metal, Sheet Lead, Fog Horns,
Lilly Irono, Grains, Cork Fenders, lioly Stones,
Capstan Bars, Handspikes, Mast Hoops, Lead Figures,
Corn Broom, Hickory Brooms, Katan Brooms, Coeo&nut do.
Tump Leather, Biggini? Laai her, Galvanized Boat Nails,
Galvanized Scupper Nails, Galvanized Cut Nails,
Galvanized f'wee.l Iron Tacks, ComiMjeition Nails,
Cut Nails, Sd to e0d-, I imh Nails, Iron lacks,
Copper Tacks, flit heads; Copper Tacks, round heads;
Vi'rooght Boat ikes, Handled Axes, Wood Saws,
Hand Saws, Claw Hatchets, Shingling Hatchets,
Hamnvers, Screw. Wrenches, Top Mauls, -
Caulking Mallets, Caulking Irons, Hawsir.g Iror.,
Hawsing Bee'l- s. Jick Tlanes, Bimoth Planes, Bi'lJ,
Pitt StocK', Lules, Nail Gimlets, Spike i.imlets,
, HarMlcl Urad Awls, Screw Driveis, Cold Chisels,
Chain Punches, Copper Punches, Marlia Spikes,
' Flat Files, Ilaif Round Files, Saw Files, Grindstones, v
- Grindstone Fixtures, Brass !crfcw. Iron Screws, "
Hasps and Staples, Copper W ire, Brass Padlocks,
" Iron Padlocks, Cpmposltion Port Ilioges, pairs;
Composition Strap Hinges, piirs;
Galv. Iron Kow Locks, Galv. Iron Belajin? Pins
Locust Belaying Pins, 'Hickory Belaying Pins, Lizar lr,
Fair LeadeTS, Parrel Trucks, Mast-Leal Trucks,
- Servlni; Malh-is. Serving Boards. Chain "Hooks, ,
Hay Hocks, Galv. Boat Hook... Galv. Jib Hanks.
'Vcxl Jib Hank. Wood Purr.ps for W iter Ck.
Galv. Screw Anchor Shacklex, Chain Shackles,
Anchor Shackles, Ship ScTapers, Biggin Screws,
Wri-it Shackl"?, Patent Links, Oars, from 6 to 2i fett
scui'.s, Deck Buckets.
. -1 BLOCKS,
Metalline Blocks, patent; Bljcks, c .inmon:
Blvka, iron strap, patent; Block", rope strap, patent;
iU.s, ibpe strap, common; Snatch blocl'a.
Blocks, wide score lor main sheet;
Blocks, lignum vitae, for jib sheet; Patent Sheaves.
Common sheaves, Dead Eye., Hearts, Bulla Eyes.
PAINTS," OILS, ETC.
Raw Oil, Boiied Oil, Kerosene Oii.
- Whale Oil, China Nut Oil. Lard Oil.
Woodward's S:cal Od, Tar Oil,
Bright Varnish. Black Varnish.
S. Turpentine, Coal Tar, Patent Dryer, Red Lead,
White Lead. Black Paint, Green Paint, Red Paint,
Yellow Paint, Blue Paint, Metallic, dry; Lamp Black.
Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, Prussian Blue,
Burnt Umber, Chinese Vermillion, Copper Paint.
Potash, Concentrated Lye, Sal Soda, Glue, Putty, Chalk,
Black Lead, f-.r sheaves; Tar. Pitch, Rosin, Oakum.
Pitch Mops. FUt I'ai-it Bru-hes. Bound Paint Bru.siie,
Varnish Brushes. Whitewash Brushes. Marking Brushes,
PewcH Brushes. Stove Brushes. Shoe Brushes.
. Iut Brushes. Ln? JIandied Tar Brnsh.es, Flue Brushes,
Seam Brushes. Scrub Bruib-s. tash Too!,
Log Bo-5ks, f r 120. 210 and 3oO days; 14-second Glasses,
Patent I'?s, Ste"l Shovels. Scoop thoveU. Kubler Oilers,
Brass Oilers. L.in-.p Fe-ders. Lanterns. Side Lights, tin;
Side Light?, brass: Frenal Signal Lights, zinc;
Fresnal S g nal Light.. bra: C.ibin Lumps.
Lamp Wicit, balls; H.it Wicks, d z.; Lamp Bnrners.
Lamp Ch;mneys. e'otton Waite. lbs.; Bath Brick.
Brown Sosp. Salt Water Soap, Cups an I Saucer...
Tumblers, Knives an 1 Forks. Spoons, Chopping Knives,
Chopping Trays. Mtves, iV.tree Mi. Is, Dut Pans,
Vali Basins. Mincing Knivj, BloMr Forks. Beat B"anls
Boat Timbers. Boat Ivor-. Boat Nails, all siees;
Mast Uicgrs. Steering Braces, etc.
Whaleboats, Whale Irons, "Whale Lances,
Brand's Bomb Guns. Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis Pain Killer, Pierce's Magnetic Truss.
Beef, Pork, Bread, Crackers, Preserved Meals, Fruits,
CALIFORNIA HAY. BRAN, OATS, &c.
PLANTATION SALMON !
, I .Mi K Hil.K AT l.lV HAT. IX
ia it tr
l'.tTI,K Aw fOOKK.
f OREGON FLOUR 1
fVR LK UY
CAST I.K i I OO la K
ia tl tr
JUST RECEIVED !'
FROM THE COAST,
GYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
In CattUs, Drinljolans anJ FUA.
SOUR MASH WHISKY
- AND .
Kentucky Favorite do.
IN STONK COTTLKS.
"WQ3?zy JPiiDLO CS-I3XT
IN STONE JCO.-
And 50 Half Ebls. of Good
This Ut was purchased in L uisviile, Kentucl v,
from the DISTILLER!'.
AND WAS TWO YEARS OLD I
tVhen it I.t New York City on the ship " fovereio of
t the Seas." that Ulely arrived ill Su Franci-M-,
via Cape Horn.
BEING BOUGHT IN BOND!
And shipped direct to us. we do not pay thu Ir.'er
nal Be venue Tax, anl so arc able to stll
WHISKY CHEAPER THA AM HOI SF. IV THE CITY
Cnll and Examine.
T TJ TP
RECEIVED PES liMIOI. !
BABHLS AND HALF B ARRLI.S OF
BARRELS ANU HALF B ARRF.I.f OF
t Barrel and Half Barrels or PITT LAKK
Salmon. z?oir3: !
MRBEU OF OOLtaANS!
ALL CF.WHICH WILL BK
Sold at Very Low Rates !
np2G 3 m
E. C. McCANDLESS.
mi 1 Lit iii
- B.VUUELa AND HALF BARRELS
FOR 8AI.K LOW, BY
I?l E M!'0"V .A. L !
BOffKi & CO.,
OCLD INFORM TIIKIR FIIIKNDS
hnd the public generally, that they hav
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
Which ins juit Ineq completed, situated at the Old Ptand,
S4 Q'jecu btreet, where they have been making lare additions
to their stock of Ship Chandlery, Ship and Plantaiion Mores,
which make their assortment largs and varied.
W ill be happy to have a call from their patrona, and tin y
will assure th-;ui that no painw will be spareil to attend to their
wants in a sntisfuctory manner.
Wp have now in Hlock: Cord.ice. hemp and Manila, an as-
f.ortineut of size?; Cotton Duck. Flax Canvas, limp Carivns.
Cotton Sail Twine, 5, 8, 7 and ply, t lax eatl 1 win.', J anu u
ply; Blocks. Oars. Bhieves, Hooka a ad Ihimbles, c , 4.O., all
of which will be s,M st Bed P.ock Prices.
onolulu, Nov. 23d, 1S7S. 3l 'T9
fA-sriL.Mf NGTO.V TAR. WILMINGTON
For Sale by
w w rucii.
POLLKS & CO.
V V A-WA. awf
OEEF. PORK, HAMS. BACON, CHEESE,
For Sale Ly
JIJP I.nrd. c , c.
BOLLErf If CO.
MIXED RUBBER PAINTS.
F ALLSIIADKS. IN L4RGK AND SMALL
!!. t . . For rale bv
j jal '79
ATT f OTT. ? 1
V1U . VTAJLi
OIRE SPERM OIL. STRAINED ANU FREK
L. STRA I
For Sal by
M from foots.
U0LI.ES & CO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT. NEW AND
For Pale by
B0LLK8 k CO.
I.i&3 1 ILL. A UIUAK
The Genuine Article,
Ex Crusader.from Hongkong Direct
A FEW THOUSAND; ITT CP IN UOXES
of IOO. 200 and 5 OO, J 1ST LANDED and
apl2 For Bale by BOLLES & CO,
IN BOXES OF 500. 200. AND IOO EACH.
The Genuine Article. For sale by
mT24 i0LLts CO.
NEW ZEALAND POTATOES,
lPIt LAST STEAMER FKO.11 AI MKA"
LI A. For sale by
B0LLE3 tf CO.
BREAD, CRACKERS, &c.
MEDIUM BREAD. IILIT BREAD. SA
loon Pilot Bread in caes and fju irler cases, Crackers.
A full ssortm-ut. For t?aie by
jal '70 IIOf-LES &. CO.
L (FORM A CUBE IN 25lb BOXES.
V' K"!;s of powil-re-I suzar.
jal " J For Sale by BOLLES A CO.
EXTRA MESS BEEF!
N HALF BARRELS FOR FAMILY
fig Pork in i arxl J bbls. rer Steamer
For sale by
BOLLEd A: CO
V LARGE ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING!
Boast Beef, Boiled Beef. Roat Mutton, Boiled Mutton.
Compressed Corned Beef, Piaa Feet, Lambs Torgues, Beef
Tongues, Tripe, Fish Chowder. Pork and Bean, Codfish
Balls, Ac, Ac. For Sale by
jal BOLLK4 A CO.
A Monitor Horse Power, new,
Tunis'. ItopraveJ alenl. with hhaft aoJ riy-wa'
For Ono, Two or Four Horsos !
JtiT Til T. THING IOK
xiiiiTiiiiiia: x Kii-winsr J
ALSO.inilI ClMlORMti lltl AMI CtttH,
. By rrccsil ArriraU
i!(K) I5blr. FivuhLiino.Che-ip.
apl3m LAI K.C.
Something New Under the Sun !
M. J. ROSE, KING STREET,
Tooting Hii Own Horn !
f A VIM) JCST Tl'RNKD OCT A 1 XKW
II Kivh ol 1VMP WAGOM fx Ih Waimanato PuiarCo
No cot ta say om wool kkvl It. rVweihiag twctul U I I lao
laticns. It turn In ks space than ittcwhwl x cr'
Wklih of kinJ lircs. 6 trhrt frwl, 4 Inches! bu.ll LM. but
very stroi.f . Tlue wishlnf tit aend ia lar ocdT. an l w.i
thra r "U " "ulJ 10 well t ImmeJiatrly. m
they must Und back and wait I ben Ijirti. n'.,.
15 id in Bools, -
Water Tiffhf Bools,
AT LVMIVS BOOT & SHOE F.WT0IIV,
AUT ELEGA1MT FIT
CO Jl FOUT JC05I HINKD.
Orders from tl.a other Irlands prcmptly etrcutel. mhl tf
Ex Martha Davis from Boston
a. ' -
AVc 1-Ia.vc TAi.st Xvceoivctl
OFFER FOR SALE,
SLPERIOa EASTR'lVniTE PISE.
Windows and Blinds,
While Kn.lrra Ilr, 1, II, 1J.2 and 3 Inch,
lat oml 2ml Growth Aati, 1 1, 1, '2 and 3 inrb.
lllnrk Wnliiul, 1.2,3' and 3 Inch.
Wliil) Wood, t In. for carrlana u".
Ceil Nnlla, all sixes.
Cut nnd Wrought flker, from 4J to 8 Inch.
W rau.hl Noll. 2, 21, 2, 3 an I 4 lucb.
GfilTnulxrd Nnlla, 41., lUd.
A Com-ilelf A.ciinifitt of
PAINTS U OIL.
A tuuinlrlf Aaorlniri.t of
Alao, by Late Arrivals,
fl, adders JZousv JSIcps
Corrugated Iron, Brushes,
. All of which we Offer f aale Low.
ap6 3m LEW EKM V DICKSON.
IN HONOLULU j
Will. WKiiKBr Si VO.
WOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY INFORI
Hhe people o( Honolulu and lho Inland generally, tbli
they not only manufacture ar y and ,
All" 'Kinds .of- Jcwclrv
n 1 j w o 'jo j
FROM EASTEUX M AXUFAITOUIES j
Finest SOLID JEWELRY
- THE j
Finest Gorham Silver Ware;
AND ALLGRADE? OF j
AVsii tlisLlii Wnl cIich
- Direct from the Factory, and wLivh will be acid at a amal
advance over the cos', price, and GUAR AN TEED.
THEY HAVE SECURED THE SERVIC
FIRST tIASS AVATUI MAKER
and will guarantee the Repairing and Cleaoitig of ;
all Watches left to their care. ;
Engraving Executed in any Sty'
AND IN THE BEST MANNER.
We would lake this opportunity to return thinks f r I .
patronage, and solicit a continuance of the same.
Orders from the oeher islands solicited, which will roc
rrareful attention when directed to our care.
WM. WENNER & CO.,
Fort Street, r pposile Odd Fellows' Hal
P. O. B- x No. 21. apv.il 8 .
BURNETTS FLAVORING EXTRA CI
FULL ASSORTMENT. FOR SALE .'
W holesal? and retail by
jal '7 BOI LE A '
FIVE HUNDRED BA RRELS FRESH, A
in perfect order. For sale by ,
my2 BOI.LK8 A: C '
A Full Line of Ship Stores and Grocer
I RESERVED FRUITS, MEATS. SOU
Ace, tfC my24 lliLLE! 4 C
FULL LINK FROM NO. t TP NO. ;
os. Cotton navens, 111 rr: vo.loa It r en-
B'LLU t, C