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P. II. S. S. Co.'s Tune Table for 1879.
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could wlah ttat $rttrmtt trrrr iatlnded in the cate
gory, bat rert to oWrve tbat the credit system ! de
taoraUjIfl t th eit.nt that it d away with even
ths eonrtuy, la a ann-Ur r.t toawt, of receiving ac
count at tha rf d liTercr. a toxts crlankeU
imarlea "Vtlln" are now i-roTlu.a or ,,mrtif to lr-T t
jr. Into t 1- Ukrn In hand at a convenient time for
xaminaU' n aaJ. In minyiwi.-j'i'Ws fro'" com
I lsJcti w hear of aycutti brought f rwar l-f -r cotitin
sanca. We will notdeny there may U an excuse of conve
nience in the methyl, but it In trnding t rcaulu in no way
coDdortv ! reputation in l.'iii. ruattir.
Darin the wk. the hw rf T. J. M umin, d,iu?
feuaiacs in this city ami in Wailuku. Mani, ha snsieii
Uad Main. as i r 1 sal b"ti e in au' tL'r r Iuinn. Tl.i-t
rerult, afUr y-ar of toil atd Ub-.r in the i 11 luown
inethud of the ah-ve hoiw in tioicj,' biwine i- f f-rtaiuly
BO aarprl t- the commnnity, and arcuxU in a lurannre
for the little nyropathy that n ij rts-ied fvr the loar
1 y till brnkruptry. Tbtre are b-avr.s t- be It-arned by
tka a bo re that we trnat will not be lout rU'bt i,t by
cbr buHin" commnmtr.
la abipvlng we note rot.tiUU d ac tivity, byth foreign
ni roaatwfe. with fair j.rop-ct of it coutinanre for
a.ime tine corue, juJing fpm our lint of vt U tx
pe ted from for-in prH.
JLOG THK UII1K1KS.
The V C Murray, at the Old C'Uht .iu Ilou.-e Wharf, has
taken all frrighta tbat 1. are bean ofTrf J, and will nail
to-day for Baa Jrntl:ii.
The Ella, at Brewer I'o'a wharf, lias btrcaro all out
and will load with d-.pab h for San Frarn Ihco.
Xb Amelia, la diitcharginx a cargo of luti.btr, at
Allen k ItobinaoB'e wharf.
The J A Falkinburif. from 1". rtlanJ. U. iri disc harging
cargo at the Esplanade, oppokite the Cu'tora Iioii.s. flit
made the down trip In 11 daya tbU time.
The lUpnblic, In atill at Oi l Steaunhii wharf, tin.
charging Chinese goods Ac.
The Rainier, i at the foot of FurTfctrtt t. discharging
A the fMSS Co a d ck the Sari-rUe, is dist barfing
The P M 8 S City of hydny, will be due from the
C'olooiea on Monday r it en route to San Francisco
pout or HOuoiTtjutJ. h. i.
A II III V A 1..
Jane 29 Am bklne J A Fatkinburg, Hubbard, 11 day 3 from
23 Am ten R 1J Karaclll. IVeull, 15 day fruni Iluin-
bolt en reoie f Kapaa Kauai
3D Am (k bk Vigilant, emilherft, from New Hedfurd
Jalv 1 Am bkloe Amelia, Fojle, from Port Camble rU S F
4 Am bklne Monitor, Kmerio, from Humbuldt.
IflCHA id I it i-:s.
June 2S Am bklne CatLerioe Sudden, iDgalla, i-r Port
24 Am bktne Jo Perkitu, Johnton. for Port Gamb'.e
24 Am topuil arhrF.utare, Mice, for ran Franciaco
'JS Brit ihip UlemflVr, Cummirj, P.rt Uitnbl
23 111 beine Pomare, Uoojinj, f.r Ookala Hawaii
1 Am achr H II Ramxlll, Wen it. Kapta Kauai
1 Am achr American tiirl, Uackut. for IVrt Towueml
1 Uermaa S Caasamira, lnf-r. fur Ilongkons
2 Am bktne Eureka. Nurdberg. t"t I'ort Townaend
VtueU fr llalulia from foreign t'ttm.
Ant bk OanbaUi, Newcantle. N M W.
Brit bk loenhy, liuwgow, due July 4-10
As a!up Oor Uiulio, tilangow Iua Sag 20-25
Brit bk rtormy Petrel, tilaaicnw due Aug 4-10
Bnt iMp Karenacra.iT. Liverpool, due Aug 1-4
Haw bjtn Violet, bouih Sea HlarMia, due
Am bk Amy Turner. Boecon, due ct 6-10
Bril bk The Frederick, Liverpool, loading May 1
llawx-tr M.tlnVi. Poet LiulU.w.due July 16
Haw bk U V Wyl.e. Braro, due eept 6 10
French bk Alphoonoe Zelie. ran Franciro. loadiog June 17
Am lern A I' Jordan, fan Iranriico f.jr Iliio. a.uled June IT ill
Am bk Laura K ilurubam. New York, l-i.ling May 24
BriC bk tU. Liverpool, hunting May 16
Am atmr City of ( Jner. friluer. due Julr 1
But almr ZaUnlua. f ji Francucn, due July
Am topiail Kb W II Meyer. n Franricr, lovlm June 71
Am bk Cyane. Hao Frarx-iaco. luo.lii,g Jane 17th
;emaa bk Milrtna, Hhtmp.
Am bk Jenny Piiu. Fort tiamble, f. llilo
Am bitncT W Locaa, Fort tiambUr, f r llot.utpo, Hawaii
VCSSKI tS I'ORT.
Am bk DC Murray, Norria
Haw bk Hawaii
Bolivian bk Burprir, Cnrtia
Am bk Rainier. Wolff
Haw bk Lilio. O Brieo
Am ahip Repoblie, Holmes
Am bktne Ella. Brian
Am bktne J A FalkinbnrK. Hubbard
An bktne Amelia. Fore
Ana wh bark Vigilant, hmithera (! and on
Am bktne Monitor, Emeron.
From Fortlan.! U. per Jane A Falktnbarg Jane SO 267 bl.U
nl dw t salmon. rorter fountain. l-OO rck Hour. 31
aacaa wheat. 210 do nsia 147 riwea pilot bread, 2a bbla beef,
io corua woua. uuv re iprucc lumber.
From Eureka, per W II RamsdcH, Jane 30 ISO.Oij ft r w
him her SvO m ahinvles.
From Port Townaend, pe Amelia, Jaly 1 470,143 ft lumber.
iuu at aniogiea
O. per J A Falkinbnrs. June 30 NO
Mnrphy. Juoepblne Murphy. If V S.:lnll, Cafct Kin
Fmm Fort TiwnaenJ. j r Amelia, July 1 Kate Cbea
ty. Ellen L'heaxty.
For Han Fran-iaio, jer Etitafe, June 2H T Jor.en, F
Corwtn. A Meyera, II Ixr-I. H Iugla., It Shnnttt, and
For Tort Trwnen I, perAmeri
n Girl. July 1 O R
From Cape De Verde I-lan.l.f,
I r Vit;ilaut, Jun-; 30 J
From San Frani-o. pr Ella. June 27 Mm Flynn and
J children. Mla NetUe Weed. J W hite, G-o Uarton, Jaa
Hart. F M Flaher, Utto Von Waterleben, lougla-j ISerry,
and 13 Chinese.
McfltrikE In thi city. Jrrly 3.1. Hinrt Cottbell,
Infant child of Jaa W an.i Mary 51. tiuire; aged 4 months
and five daya
-The Fokkiox Mail," is the monthl issue of
ihe 1'KUoJefphia Grocer, publi;Led by Ward and
Llpmann, Pbiladelpbia. It ii well printed and
lited, and contains a large amount of valuable
information on matters of trade and commerce,
besides interesting accounts of new invention.. In
the June number, it thus st n.-ibly ppcaks of the
suggestion recentl made in a IIonoIuKi paper
bout bringing the Southern frecdman to these
" The Sandwich Ltlauds want more laborers on
their sugar plantations and think tbat southern
negroes would suit best for the work, especially
eince they might brinp with them an equal quanti
ty of women. The present population of Ilawa i
shows almost three men to every woman on the Is
land, and the importation of Chinese would only
make the proportions worse.
We are inclined to think tbat the importation
of negroes would not prove satisfactory in many
ways. Only the most ignorant part of our colored
population Ls ever willing to leave the country.
Our Liberian experiments prove this. And more
over, there never has been an emigration of equal
numbers of Ihe sexes eince the day of Adam and
Eve left home. Men go where women will not,
and the colored woman is no exception to her sex.
Iler home-ties of church, family and friends are
stronger than the man's are. and her argument of
women infirmities Is just as eloquent as that of
her white sisters. Emigrants at the best are not
usually a very promising set in this age. When
religion impelled men to leave their homes the
cases were different, and cen when, in still earlier
days, conquests lead men iuto new countries the
proportion of worthless characters was far smaller.
To-day the nnmly sons and danhters ; the sons
and husbands who are tired of aiding ia the sup
port of those who are naturally dependant upon
them ; the wild young men who go away to sunder
themselves from at tempt a, ion which exists every
where : the adventurers who hope to fin 1 a fortune
whicb they are not willing to earn ; and lastly,
thone who fly from a modern justice that knows no
such tiling as persecution. All these go to make
tip the number, and when we look over the lints to
find those whi with reasonable calculation have
Come with their families to beiu-r their condition
in a new country, but half the number is left. The
German race emigrate with more reason than any
others, the negro with the least.
Just at present the movement or colored people
from the South to Kan.s seems to show that they
eonld be easily induced to leave this country
altogether, but ii really proves the contrary. II
the negro wants to move, the United States is big
avegn to tempt him in a dozen directions, and
His fisst idea will always be tbat the We? t is a
paradise. It Is said that the agents of the Western
railroads seat ebromos among the negroes showing
fcowcorafortAhlf thev could be settled In the rar
wesL On the other od. after our friends m the
gaadwich Islands had cfealred a vessel and filled
Cfte wharf with the emigrants, it would be an easy
matter to npset all their calculations by distribu
ting a few slightly exaggerated colored p4cU.r.-s of
natives of Llawaii.
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l79. ruhiiil.-r un-i fr;pri'!or.
Their Majesties tLe King and Queen and
suite returned from the trip to the leeward
islands on Thursday morning, in good health
and Laving enj-jved a very j.ieasani excuroiuu
The tarty taKled iq, . rocky
isle ot K-u,
Front "1icli tbey Lrought epoila of the feathers
an l eggs of tho sea-fowl w hich abound there.
Yesterd.it, being the anniversary of the
Declaration of the Independence of the United
States, Geo. J. M. Comlj, Minister Resident,
received the calls of Hawaiian Government offi
ciate, the fteprcsentatives of Foreign Govern
ments, and his fellow citizens generally, between
the hourB of 12 and 2. Among the callers we
noticed, their Excellencies the Ministers of the
Interior and Finance and tho Attorney General;
Mr. Justice Judd of the Supreme Court; the
King's Chamberlain; the Commissioners or
Great Britain and France; the Consular Corps
generally; and quite a number of American
With the present issue the Pacific Commer
cial Advertiser enters upon its twenty-fourth
volume. It will continue to be our aim in the
future, as it has been in the past, to make this
journal a live one, independent of parties or
cliques, and outspoken against the wrong or in de
fense of the right. That our efForts in this direc
tion have been appreciated by the public of these
Islands, is evidenced by the generous patronage we
have enjoved, for which we hereby return our
hearty thanks. We may be pardoned perhaps on
this occasion of our annual personal chat with pat
rons, for thus 6aying a word on the subject of our
vocation. Journalifcni, like any other businces,
has its tempt ations and perils, and again, these are
like those of any other business. A newspaper
is a censor, and it is ever under censorship The
lawyer has no Euch perils to encounter as has the
journalist. He can bully bench and bar and go
free; lie can defend a murderer or forger with
impunity. He can bring a witness to grief with
out being thrashed for it. He can, in fact, defy
public opinion. Not so the journalist. He must
be of all men, most circumspect especially
in a Email community. itli the most wearing.
treadmill work, the woret paid vocation in life is
that of making a newspaper. But the journalist
finds his consolation in an enlarged circulation
and prompt paying subscribers.
Our patrons will please remember that the
commencement of a new volume i9 the best time
t subscribe or to renew subscriptions, the terms
being five dollars in advance; of which fact they
will please take due notice and act accordingly.
The recent importations of Chinese have not,
eo far, had much effect upon the market for labor
on sugar plantations, for the reason, undoubtedly,
as btatcd in our last, that the men were previous
ly engaged by their own countrymen engaged
in the cultivation of rice. Some few have en
g'tged on sugtir estates, at the rate of twelve doll
ars per month for two years w ith board and lodg
ing, and one hundred and twenty dollars advance;
and we have heard of the rare instance of eighteen
dollars per month having been paid, with board
and lodging with sixty dollars advance, under a
contract for one year. The agricultural business
must be good that can stand the payment of such
a high rate of wages as this. But the present
prospect is that wages for plantation hands must
fall to a reasonable figure before long, for it is re
ported, from Chinese sources, tbat the steamer
Cassandra, which sailed for China on the return
voyage on Tuesday laut, is to return immediately
with five hundred passengers (not coolies, Mr.
Governor Hcnncssy) and that a regular line of
steamers will hereafter be employed in the busi
ness. When we get these "factors in the scale
of the progress and prosperity of the Kingdom"
riJt the Gazelle coming in upon us at the rate
of five hundred a month, or six thousand a year,
something must tumble ere long, and it will not
be laborer's wages only that will fall before tho
Despite the care and precautions of tho Board
of Health, it appears that the measles, which dis
ease was introduced here from California Eoino
two months ago, is beginning to spread in this
city, there being some seven or eight cases at
present known. There may be others that are
concealed from the authorities, for the more ig
norant among the natives would be likely to say
nothing about it, having a dislike to being kept
under constraint, and generally a disinclination
to be treated by a foreign physician. It is for
this reason that it is highly important to confine
the disease to Honolulu, if possible. Wc do not
desire to unnecessarily create alarm; but we
know for a certainty that if the measles should
spread among the native population in the remote
districts of the Islands, the result will likely be
a Eerious mortality. In the United States and
Europe, it is true, measles is not considered as a
dangerous disease ; but with the Hawaiians, in
their ignorance as to proper care, it ha9 proved
far otherwise. In the years 1848-9, the measles
carried off not far from 10,000 of the inhabitants
of these Islands, among others, the high chief,
Leleiohoku. But with a greater degree of intelli
gence among the people, the' vigilance of the
Board of Health through its agents, and the pres
ence of government physicians in each district,
we may reasonably hope that we 6hall escape a
petition of the scourge of thirty years ago. We
are glad to learn that the Board of Health have
prepared, in the native language, a series of
printed instructions for the made of treatment of
patients attacked with the measles, calculated to
afford all necessary directions, in the absence of
a physician. These instructions will be scattered
broad-cast over the Islands.
While on this eubject, we beg to remind the
authorities, that, with the present frequent com
munication between these Islands and San Fran
cisco, we arc in constant danger of importing a
contagious disease that is far moro to be feared
than tho measles we mean the small-pox. It is
well known that this disease is always present in
San Francisco, for large cities are said never to
hi entirely free from it. And it nourishes most
among the lower classes of society, who pay little
attention to cleanliness or sanitary precautions.
The Chinese, who come here from their under
ground Lives of San Francisco, are the likely ones
to bring us small-pox, and they should therefore
be clofccly observed before being permitted to
land here. And it must be remembered that
there are also ports of entry for foreign shipping
on Maui and Hawaii, at which, no less than at
Honolulu, great vigilance should be exercised in
this regard. We have beard the statement made,
and we have reason to believe it ia true, that a
large proportion of the children born on these I
Islands during the past ten years, have not been
vaccinated. Is it not high time that this precau
tion against the small-pox wag taken? And it
should We done universally and " by authority,"
by careful and strict physicians, in order to guard
against the evil results that have unquestionably
followed the practice in former years.
The District of Hamakua, Hawaii.
Ibis district, Iviog on the windward side of
llawaii. has a very rich, deep soil, the accumulated
wash of ages from the slopes of Maunakca. and
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contains more arable land tban any one uiuw
trict iu the Islands but its great drawback is the
absence of any harbor for shipping and the poor
facilities afforded for even a boat landing. When
ever the time shall arrive tbat the capital is availa
ble ta Lu Id a railroad throueb. Ilamakaa, connecting
its fertile slores and bills with either the port of
Kawaibae or Hilo. or both then indeed will the
immense natural resources of tbat portion of Ha
waii come to light, and astonish even the most san
guine anticiDations of to-day. But until we can ge
the railroaJ, we must do the next bi Ving, and
devise some means whereby o facilitate access to
th. r.i.M.iinri. hv eea. Mr. C. V. Housman, C. E ,
has sper ome months in Hamakua, engaged in
surveying the route of the prospective railroad, and
having devoted his own time and means to a
thorough survev of the coast of that district, we
take pleasure in giving place to the following inter-
eating letter from him.
niMAECA, Hawaii, June 2Cth, 1879.
To the E-litor of the racijxc Commercial Advertiser:
Dear Sir: From the frequent enquires that
have been made of n.e in respect to the Hamakua
coast of Hawaii, and from the public interest now
felt in this district, I venture to offer my opinion as
to what to me appears the solution to the question of
a Good Landing.
Having been now almost a constant resident in
the Hamakua district, since February last year, I
have been able to make notes of the various features
as they have appeared. I have alBO made a good
outline of the coast, with soundings extending some
2500 feet from shore. The coast from Waipio to Lau-
paboehoe, is one series of high bluffs, ranging from
50 to 280 feet in height, intersected at various dis
tances by gulches of irregular depths running from
the mountains, some to the water's edge, and others
terminating half-way up the bluff.
The bottom of the sea from the bluff, and extend
ing out some 150 yards, is covered with a black lava
rock going off perpendicular some 50 to CO feet in
places, and lying on a slope of 1 in 5, and from
which I should judge, tbat at an early period, the
face of the whole coast had been convulsed, and
tbrnwn into the Rpn. bv a volcanic eartbauake. Out
side of this, I find a narrow strip of sand lying
generally in 20 to 80 fathoms of water, (it cannot
be called a bar) it is generally flat, with sharp
pointed coral rocks protruding through in places.
This is the anchoring place for our schooners, and
on the outside of this run a long line of pyramidical
rocks, thence deep water.
With the foregoing data of the sea bed and it will
readily be seen, tbat when there has been a violent
storm to the north or east of us, the heavy swell
rolling from tbat direction with the full force of the
Tacifio behind it, that when entering comparatively
shallow water, this riffle-like bottom, cannot but
help to increase its fury, and make it dash and leap
wildly against our shore. To erect wharves or
jetties, would be folly, and we must therefore try to
avoid the waves, rather than try to resist them.
I therefore consider with the foregoing facts before
me, tbat the most feasible plan, and the moBt
advantageous to the district for present use, (till the
railway is built to Kawaibae) would be to construct
a dock in one of the gulches, and build out from it
into the tea across its entrance, two sea walls or
breakwaters, one six hundred feet long at right
angles to the trade wind, and another three hun
dred feet long at an angle of 70 to the first, and
at right angles to the northerly swell, and between
these two, would be the entrance to the dock. Tho
dock itself should be 100 feet long by 50 feet wide,
and capable of taking veesels drawing 10 feet of
water. There would be a steam tug in connection
with the dock, and on a schooner approaching, she
would go to her assistance and tow her in. itli
this place we could then discharge and load schoon
ers wiih the heaviest machinery, and give them the
same dispatch as at Honolulu. For passengers this
dock would be equally beneficial. At night two
lights could be put upon the entrance, and the
boat would soon row into smooth water, and land
passengers and freight with as much ease as at the
Should this scheme seem too expensive or large to be
undertaken at preeent, we have another way which
would be more beneficial tban the l resent system, by
placing at each landing large lighters capable of
Holding say ou to 1IW tons, lhen in bad weather
at the landing, the conveyances can discbarge into
her, and the plantation receive it when a suitable
day oilers to land. By this, the schooners would
meet with comparatively no detention.
In shipping sugars, this hulk or lighter can be
turned into a store-house, and by having a small
mast and lug sail go with a fair wind to Mahukona
and there transfer to the steamer. On the return
voyage the steamer can tow the lighter back; but
should this system be adopted by all, it will pay
ship owners to keep a tug constantly to attend on
But as an investment, the dock might be made a
paying concern by charging towage storage, on
freight loaded or shipped. Then with a good cart
road through the district, Hamakua would be the
ne plur ultra of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
I am Dear Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
C. Vernon Housman,
Calendar for the Circuit Court, Third Judi
cial Circuit, Hawaii, May Term, 1879.
Hon A F Judd, Justice of the Supreme Court, preuid
Ing; Hon F S Lyman, Circuit Judge, associated; lliu Ex
E Preston, Attorney General, for the Crown.
Criminal Catrt (Aati'tw.)
Rex ts. Euuimo ; furnishing liquor to. native Haw
aiians, appeal from Local Circuit Court ; verdict not
guilty. It F Bickerton for defendant.
Hex vs. Eaanaana k; assault with intent to rape, plea
not puilty; verdict guilty, sentence 1 year at hard lubor
and $25 fine and costs. J M Davidson for prisoner.
Rex vs. Opunui ; perjury. Flea not guilty, verdict
guilty, (3 dissenting) sentenced to IS months at hard
labor, no costs. D Ii Mahoe for prisoner.
Bex vs. Kauwabl; Indicted for perjury. Flea guilty.
Sentenced to 10 months imprisonment at hard labor, uo
costs. I B Mahoe for prisoner.
Bex vs. Kekua k- Indicted for larceny of (300. Plus
not guilty. Verdict guilty, sentem ed to 4 years impri
sonment at bard labor, and a fine of f J5 and costs, i) B
Mahoe for prisoner.
Bex vs. Pua Nuku k; indicted for housebreaking. Plea
not guilty. Verdict guilty, Holokahiki assigned by the
Court for the defence; sentenced to 2 years imprison
ment at hard labor, to coumence after the present term
of imprisonment expires.
Criminal Casrt (orriyn.)
Rex vs. Win O Gooding: malicious assault on a child
under 10 years. Plea not guilty. Verdict sot guilty.
J M Davidson for prisoner.
CVrit diet (.Vafire.)
Ia re Esaiknahiwi, contempt of Court, fined $20.
In re D K Maleka, an Attorney of the Lower Courts;
malpractice. Struck from the Rolls.
In re Moses rtakuaana. an Attorney of the Lower
Courts, suspended for six months and his case to go over
to oveuiLw r Term 137'J. at vtaimea.
In re Ekekoa. an Attorney of the Lower Courts : the
Court reprimanded the Attorney for neglect of his
In re D B Mahoe. an Attorney at Law: the Court order
ed respondent to pay 13 back to his client within two
O'ct'Z Casrt, Mixed Jury.
Manuinanu Ir. and Mahuka to. vs. Win II nirVard.
(Jury waived). Ejectment for 9 4-10 acres in H
Hawaii. Castle 4c Hatch for plaintiff. R V Bickerton for
defendant. Judgment for the plaintiff for the laud and
Kobala SugarCo vs. George Lincoln etal; ejectment.
Bcire facias to obtain a new execution. Castle & Hatch
for plaintiffs. The Court ordered that execution issue.
Decrees absolute were granted in the following cases:
Uaawiola w vs. Ealeohann Ir- A hfrOA irviu. 1 . If.,..
vs. Mooluhi k- decree granted; J L Cheesbro k vs Kaehu-
urcree granieu; uoomana w vs. Papale A
decree granted: Hookano as n. M.m. l.
K . - , - v n c ac i (all If U
aaeatvs. Lotka ; decree granted; Kainulama w vs.
loaae 1; decree granted: Milikaa v v....i. .!
granted; Ponpou to Kaaihue k- decree granted Res
pondent to pay JO or execution will issue.
AJivorcea were grasieu in the following new casea
Eanakaokai k va. Eua tm- ilimn- .
Hatch for ltbellant. ' ""uc
Eeau alias Eala k vs. Eaala ; divorce granted Res
pondent convicted of bigamy. May 1878
for UbelTant " Honoko, : dl' granted. Holokahiki
HauTfor U&l0 ! C" '
Eaniau I vs. Aulani c: divorce granted.
Luahina w vs. Ouaanui k- divorce granted, 15 to be
paid by respondent. Holokahiki for libellant
Econl k vs. Kabookiekie ; divorce granted
Makanlaula vs. Hookano r; divorce granted Res
pondent conTlcted of bigamy. Oct 5. 178. """TU- "e"-
Kaluahlne k vs. Kananaiuaalea tr; divorce granted.
H.t7b 7.7,7h; uGeiiKxT" : UJVorce Br"nUd- c"le 4
W w Al worth vs. J A 1 worth; divorce granted
Eeoni Ai k r. Wainauioku w; divorce granted
Kealoha to vs. Kalnunai k; divorce granted
Eahaleahn k vs. Haka v; divorce granted.
J VVatki vs. Luki ; divorce granted. Continued
from November Term, petition on ground that reason
dent la a leper. B F Bickerton for llbluant: re9Pon
Kaaiakala k va, Eaui to; divorce granted.
The following were contlnned:
Kaoiwiloa to va. Eanakaokai ; continued until
term at Walmea Ca-tle t Hatch for plaintiff
hck..41(i HiHipani II lliitiriann.t
5"ui rHluuefubi?ani!!rni: no proof
Kahele vs. Hsuanio k conUnnp.l t..
trTrmI"7MUD ;eontinued on otioa to Novem-
Kanahanui vs. Eahalewai continued to November
Pete w ti Kanaka k; continued to next term
Keohokie vs. Kaluaiksaawa w; divorce refused de
sertion only 2 years.
Maulili w va. Kauai ; divorce refused.
Mai k TS Saluhl tr: divorce refuoed.
A Trip to the Volcaso.-tA party of gentlemen
recently made a visit to tho Volcano of Kilauea
from Honolulu, which deserves to be put on record,
from the fact that it was the quickest visit and re
turn ever made to that great natural wonder of tbe
Pacific. The party, which consisted of the Minister
of tbe Interior, Col. J. G. Fair of Nevada, Mr. Jas.
Dye of California, and others, left this city on the
evening of Tueeday, June 24. on the steamer Like
like, and arrived at Hilo (touching at intermediate
ports) at 8 o'clock on the morning cf the 26th. By
7 o'clock on the same evening fhey had arrived on
horseback at the Volcano, flouse, where they spent
the night. They were very fortunate in finding
Madame Pele in an unusual condition of activity.
Instead of one or two lakes of fire, the whole im
mense pit was one boiling, seething mass of liquid
lava, constantly in motion and fiery ebullition. Tie
eight after nightfall, from the brink of the crater.-ia
said to have been indescribably grand. After speck
ing the night in the comfortable Volcano House, .In
the morning tbe party made the venturesome tXit
customary descent into the crater, and walked ovr
tbe ledge as near as one might care to approaoh rie
immediate presence of tbe fiery goddess. Having
thus seen tbe Hawaiian elephant in all its wonderful
proportions, the tourists returnod to the terra firna
of tbe surface, and descending the mountain to the
landing at Keauhou, met tbe steamer therein the
evening of Ihe 27th, and arrived at Honolulu at 2.80
on the morning of the 29tb, extremely well pleated
with their trip having accomplished in less than
five days a journey that has usually occupied a
A SITUATION AS ACCOUST.tyr.Bl A
thoroughly experienced aai well recommended man.
Competent to fill any clerical poaition. Willing to be tried
before salary Is fixed. Address,
lt . j. oi., tins or.icc.
Y THE ADVERTISER, A SITUATION
in a Store any capacity. Address,
It A. II. r, I'ost-office.
MACHINIST AND ENGINEER
Ofl.D LIKE A SITITATIOXON A PLAN
TATION. Addreaa, ENQUIRER,
Lock Box 111.
S. G. Ii WIGHT, of Honolulu, having made
an a'sienment to the undersigned, of all hia stock in
trade, book debts, etc., for the benefit of his creditors, all par
ties indebted to said S. U. Dwight are notified to make imme
diate payment to me: and all parties having claims against
said 8. G. Dwight are requested to present the same to me
without delay. R. P. BICKERTON, 22 Merchant st.
Honolulu, May 31st, 187S. jya im
LOTS ON THE PLAINS, IN THE
vicinity of Thomas' Square Nos. SO, 81, UO and
111. For particulars apply to
jy5 3t UUDIKKl miuuca.
MRS. C0IA .a'E BAKER'S
FRENCH. GERMAN AND ENGLISH
Roardinr and Dav School fer Voune Ladies and Chiid-
ren S43 and 850 Van Ness s venue, San Francisco, Calitornia.
The School Year beeins A ueut 1st, 1879. For further in
formation, letters addressed as above will reach Mrs. Baker, or
she refera by permission to Mr. Joseph Cooke and Mr. Charles
... . . . . ... H III V. .. .1
A. Uihon or Honolulu, ana to .-uessrs. n uimuis, uuutuiiu .
Co , San Francisco. 17 3m
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
raiHE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
1 inline between the undersigned under ihe name of O.
Srgelken ic Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Honolulu, June 30, 1879. jy6 lm
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
TVHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
entered into co-partnership for the purpose of carrying
on the business oi iinsmiiniiig ana fiumoing at me uiu
Stand, and under the name of Q. Segelken & Co.
jySlm O. ENGL1NG.
THE UNDERSIGNED, BEING ABOUT TO
leave this Kingdom, requests all parties having bills
aeainst hitn to present them fur payment; and all parties in
debted to the firm of u Segelken s: Co., are requeated to call
and settle the same before the 20th day of July, as after that
date Ihe bills will be put in tbe hands oi a collector.
Honolulu, July 1st, 1879. (jySlin) K. KISTLKIl.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD
of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital will b held at Aliio-
lani Hale Til IS DAY. Saturday, July 6th, at 11 a. m.. imme
diately after the adjournment of the Bi-ennial Meeting of the
Members of that Society. fer Order,
It r. A. odiAKEfilv, rec y.
Forty-live Dollars. Cask.
FORTIUS A MOUNT I WILL DELIVER
on board the Steamer I. ikelike, one pair of good cart
'heels, second hand. Cost originally
guaranteed, or money refunded.
"VIIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
A his premises on Maunakea Street. On the Lot are
Five Dwelling Houses and Out Bulldlnes. Water
Laid On. Title Perfect.
For particulars, apply to WILLIAM BRASH,
jy5 lm on the premises.
No. 1 Manila Cigars, Best Matting, Lacquer Ware,
Ivory Ware, Camphor Wood Trunks,'
Sandal Wood Ware, Tortoise Shell and Feather Fans,
And Other Fancy Articles.
146 Cords Best Ash Firewood
BY J. A.
On the Esplanade.
WE ARE INFORMED BY THE GAZETTE
of a large Cabbage of the enormous weight of nineteen
nounds grown on thla Island by A CHINAMAN. Now. as far
: the intellect is concerned, instead of advising foreigners to
to get some of the Chinamen's head (not cabbage), we would
s-iy lo the Celestial. go to California, where they raise CAB-
i.AG in lone Valley; anything under 35 or 40 lbs. is not har
vested, but left for the good of the Cows and other stock.
This great 19 pounder may be just the thing for that race to
make cigars from. Now we wish it to be clearly and distinct
ly understood, that there is no trash sold nothmz banded
over this counter but the Siuioa Pare, and UiS Beat
he U red, rolled in the most approved style. Uilerent
Brands, Different Flavor, Different Strength, Different Price.
all to suit the purse or taste of each individual. Tobacco of
the Choicest Brands, including Medicated and Old Vlr-
Kiuin, Prepared Smoking Tobacco; Pipes of all kinds. In
fact, everything in the retail line and of the Very Brat
Until lly can be obtained at
MARCH A NT'S
Tobacco and Cigar Store, East side Fort near Merchant street.
TO MY PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC
THAT I n AVE SECURED
A First Class Horse-Shoer !
SECOND TO NONE IN THE CITY. AND
I am prepared to carry on this branch of my business in
a manner sauMactory to my patrons. -
Owners of Horses will save rooney-by giving me a call at my
Brick Building, next the Custom House.
j,5 3m J. T. CHATTER.
For Sale or To Let.
Ha house afubniture,
Situated in a desirable locality, Three Tears of Lease lo ex
pire, with privilege of Foor Years renewal.
rr For full particulars enquire at this Office. ju23 lm
How to Celebrate
The Grlorioris Fonrth. I !
A FTER THE AMUSEMENTS AND EX-
. citementa of tbe day are over, go lor the solid com tor u.
And how few there are who know how to enjoy them! 'Tis
very simple. After dinner, take a lounge on the veranda,
having previously laid in a lirteral supply l Smoking Tobacco
and a nice new Pipe; Also a pocket-full of thoae Ten
C'wred Manillas), tbat are said by smokers to be the best
article in Ihe city.
AU of which goals are to be found only at
M It CHANT'S,
East side Fort street, just above Dillingham At Co's. N. B.
Don'l mistake the place ju2 2l
SUPREME COURT IN THE MATTER
of the petitien of THOMAS J- MOSSM AN, a voluntary
Thomas J. Mossman, of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and of
Wailuka, Island of Maui, dialer in China, Glass, Crockery
ana uenerai mercnanaise, having appeared lerore the Hon.
C. C. Harris, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and declared
himself a bankrupt, as provided in Section 962 of the Civil
Code, it was this day ordered by the said Chier Justice that
Monday, the 21st day of July, inst., at 10 o'clock, a. m.. at the
Court Boom or the Supreme Court at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu,
be the time and place to hear and decide the question of bank
ruptcy; and that notice of such hearing be published in the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser for all persons therein concern
ed to appear and show cause, if any there be, why the said
Thomaa J. Mossman ahould not be decreed a bankrupt.
By order of the Court:
JXO. E. BARNARD, Clerk.
Ilonolulo, July 2d, 1879. jy6 3t
BY VIRTUE OP A WRIT OP EXECU
TION issued out of the Police Court of Honolulu June
21, 1879, against Chun Eau for $161, 1 have levied upon and
shall expose for sale at the Auction Room of C. S. Bsrtow, at
10 o'clock a. m., on SATURDAY, Auf. 2. 1879, aU the right,
title and interest of said Chun Kau in and to 21 New Silver
Watches, It New Clocks, unless said judgment, interest
and coats be previously satisfied.
P. DAYTON. Deputy Marshal.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEVAP
pointed by the Hon. C. C. Ilarris, Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, administrator of the estate of D. Kukahiko, of
Uonouliuli, deceased, all persons Indebted to the said D. Kuka
hiko are hereby required to make immediate payment, and all
persons having claims against the same to present them to the
undersigned, either at Waipio, or at Fuukapu, Ewa. And all
persons having in possession any property of the said D. Ka
kahiko are required to produce the same. All claims on said
estate will be forever barred at the expiration of four months
from the date hereof. KA I ALEMI A,
Waipio. Ewa, June 27, '79. (Jn28 4i) Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
OT'CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
A' undersigned has been appointed Administrator of the
estate of Elizabeth Kauwa l lukcu of Honolulu dmii
all persons are hereby notified to present their claims duly
authenticated, whether secured bv
his office in Honolulu, within six months from the date thereof
or uityiu ue lorever Darred. And all peop'e iudebied to
lu ucreuy noiineu io mnKe immediate paymenl
there.. CHARLES U. JUDD,
Administrator of estate of Elizabeth Kauwa Ulukou, deceased
Dated at Honolulu, June 28th, 1879. jU2i 3t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
undersigned have been appointed Kxecutor and Eimi.
trix of the last Will and Testament of William Mcrseburg of
nuuaia, niiii, ucceaseu, nnu an persons are hereby notified
to present their claims duly authenticated, whether secured
by mortgage or otherwise, at the place of business of Geo. C.
W illiams, in Kohala, Hawaii, within six months from the date
nereor or they will be lorever barred . And all people indebted
to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate payment
thereof. CEO. C. WILLIAMS,
Executor and Executrix of last Will and Testament of
William Mers.burg. ju-2s 3t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned has been appionted Administrator of the
Estate of ALICE MONTGOMERY of Honolulu, deceased,
and all persons are hereby notified to present their claims duly
authenticated, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, at
his office on Queen street, in Honolulu, within six months from
the date hereof or they will be forever barred, and all people
wutuicu iu me aiu r-siaie are nereoy notineu to make imme
diate payment thereof.
Dated at Honolulu, June 21st, 1879.
W. L. GREEN.
ju21 4t Administrator Estate of Alice Montgomery.
GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
BEEN DULY LICENSED Ii V
11 Hon. L.
McCully. Justice of the Suoreme Court, to
sen tne neai estate nereiuatter described, the property of my
ward, Miss Irene H. Ii, a minor; and having complied with
the order of Court and Statutes in such cases provided, I will
sell at Public Auction, tor I nnh, at 12 o'clock noon, on
MONDAY, July 7th. 1879, at the front door of A liiolani Hale,
at the UPSKT PRICE of $5,000, all that tract of land known
as "Anapuni," being situate opposite the Punahou College,
Honolulu, Oahu, being Section 2 ot Royal Patent No. 6704, to
tne late jonn ii, ana comprising ty survey 2ts 24-100 Acres.
This lot is enclosed, has public roads on two sides, and is
admirably situated. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
Plana and surveys, etc., can be seen at my office.
A. FRANCIS JL'DD,
Guardian of Irene II. Ii.
Honolulu, June ISth, 1879. ju21 St
Till E UNDERSIGNED, WM. O. SMITH,
executor of the will of Mrs. Nary Wilson Andrews, de
ceased, hereby gives notice to all persons who have claims
against the estate of tbe said Mrs. Andrews to present the
same to him within six months from the date hereof, or they
will be forever barred.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Executor of the Estate of Mary Wilson Andrews.
Honolulu, Apt il 18th, 1879. apI9
ravllE UNDERSINGED HAVING BEEN
M. elected Assignees of the Estate of C. A I, of Wailuku,
a Bankrupt, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to
the said C. Ai, to make immediate payment to M. Green, at
the office of M. Phillips &. Co., at Honolulu, or T. W. Everett,
at Wailuku, Maui- M. GREEN.
P. C. ACHONG,
ja 5 '78 Assignees of the Estate of C. Ai, a Bankrupt.
TOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT she
undersigned has been appointed Executor of Ihe last
will and testament of A kone of Honolulu, deceased, and all
persons are truly notified to present claims duly authenticated
whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, at his office on
Kaahumanu Street, in Houolulu, within six months from the
date hereof or they will be forever barred, and all people in
debted to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate
payment thereof. ALKX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
executor of the Last Will and Testament of Akona, deceased
Dated at Honolulu, April 22, 1379. ap2S
XOTICE that CO-PART.XEBSUZP Is not DISSOLVED
WE HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT WE
do not regard or admit that the Co-Partnership known
as W. S. AKANA & CO., of llilo, Island of llawaii. is dis
solved, and that we claim to be lully entitled to all Co-Part-nersh
ip rights in said firm and its assets.
Honolulu, June 2,1879. (ju2l 4t) Of said Firm.
Water Tight Boots,
AT LYAflFS BOOT & SHOE FACTORY,
AlaT ELEGAWT FIT
Orders from the other Islands promptly executed. mhl tf
WM. WEilER & CO.,
TOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY INFORM
T T the people of Honolulu and the Islands generally, tbat
tney not only manufacture any and
AU Kinds of Jewelry,
I I JEL E2 O T
FROM EASTERN MANUFACTORIES!
Finest SOLID JEWELRY,
Finest Gorham Silver Ware I
AND ALL GRADES OF
Waltliam Watches !
Direct from the Factory, and which will be aold at a small
advance over the eoat price, and GUARANTEED.
THEY HAVE SECURED THE SERVICES
FIRST CUSS WATCH MAKER
and will guarantee the Repairirg and Cleaning of
all Watches left to their care.
Engraving Executed in any Style
AK.D IN THK BEST MANNER.
We would take ihia opportunity to return thanks
n.immrf. and solicit a continuance oi tne same.
Orders from the other islands solicited, which
careful attention when directed to our care.
WM. WENNER 6c CO.,
Fort Etreet, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall.
P. O. Box No. 2.
THE RE t Li ARTICLE OF EAST INDIA
Chutney in qoart Bottle, a irtrd.
al '70 t or Bale bv UULL1. fc t o.
JSI, 1S1 tllliv ji. wa.-. 1
Screws, 8 wedge Blocks, Vises, Anvils
Yard Stable Brooms, House urooms,
Downer's Kerosene Oil.
A. S. CLEtillOItN & Co.
Have Just Received, and
Blue Mottled Soap,
English Yellow Soap,
Chemical Olive Erasive Soap,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Palace Kerosene Oil,
Superior Assortment of Genuine Waterproof Scotch
Large Assortment of Dry Goods,
OFFERED AT GREAT BARGAINS. ju21 lm
PROM THE COAST,
GYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
In Bottles, Demijohns and Flasks.
SOUR MASH WHISKY
Kentucky Favorite do.
PIO I5RAi I PORTER
IN STONE BOTTLES.
IN STONE JCG9.
And 50 Half Bbls. of Good
This last was purchased in Louisville, Kentucky,
from the D1ST1 L.L.ER V,
AND WAS TWO YEARS OLD!
When it left New York City on the ship ' Sovereign of
tbe Seas," that lately arrived in San Francisco,
via Cape Horn.
BEING BOUCHT IN BOND!
And shipped direct lo us, we do nol pay the Inter
nal Revenue Tax, and so are able lo sell
WHISKY CIIF.AI'KU THA AXY DOI SE I.V TUR CITY
Call and Examine.
BROWKT c&3 CO.
apl2J 9 MERCHANT STREET. 3in
THEO. H. DAVIES
Otters for Sale.
Tflfl CARGO IW Mill
The Fine Iron Clipper Ship Gleniffer
A FULL ASSORTMT OF ENGLISH PLAIN
FliW GOODS, COTTOAS, W001MS,
L I IV 13 IV ss ,
Blood Wolfe & Co.' Ale and Porter,
Wines and Spirits,
Iron of All Kinds,
Hoofing, T Rails,
Clarifiers, Etc., Etc.
THEO. EE. DAVIES,
E. P. ADAMS, AGENT.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
At Our Warerooms on King Street, In tbe Bear of Mr.
L. W. HOPP'S Premises.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Handsome New Furniture,
Which We are Offering
At Lower Rates Than Ever Before.
Black Walnut Marble Top Chamber Sets, at $90.
Black Walnut Wardrobes, at $30 and upwards;
Black Walnut Sideboard, Black Walnut Marble
Black Walnut Marble Top Dressing Cases, Library
Walnut Bureaux, at 817.50;
Cedar Bedroom Seta, Pine Bureaux, Cottage Bed
Parlor Chairs, Dining Room Chairs, Washington
Black Walnut Extension Dining Tables, Whatnots,
An Assortment of Rocking Chairs, Children'"
Chairs, &c, c.
We Shall Be Pleasfd to Show Oar Aortmmt.
J"llm E. P. ADAMS, Ageut.
Ex Bark Moro Castle, 119 Days from Now York
WE HAVE LARGE LINE OF DESIRABLE 6001
Tixlola Will Bo Sola 1
J T LOW PRICESj
-A Now Lot Of I
And Wagonn, Open Iluggiec, Sunsha.li- T. . Hiipgie., Side Ilur Hr
Top Buggies. Eliptic Bpring Tnp Busies, Light Freight or Del
Wagons, with Shafts, Pole and Beak-, carrying crt.acity fnnl
lo2000 Ib. Thfse Vehicles arc all mii.l I y '
FIRST CLASS WOKKMEr
From the BTiT MATE11I L arid are WARRANTED to be string
- J 1 .,..lisii Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Ox Yokes, Chain.,
ST I'! CIl Illira 1 1 III pi C 111 CIl ISl Axes, Pick Mattocks. Oo's. Urub lines, Planter's .
Bush Hooks, Cane Knives, Cane Hatchets, Garden Hoes, asst sizes; Steel and Iron Crow Bars, Road Hcratiera, I
Barrows. Wheel Barrows, Spades. Shovels, Hay Forks. Trash Forks, Fpading Forks, Coal Prnnps, Bub hcytlie
Snathes, Grass Scythes, Steel and Iron Rakes. Wood Hay Rakes. Post Hole Diggers, Concord llames, Trace Ci:
Ox Bows, Pick Handles, Ax Handles, Sledge Handles, Planter's Hoe Handles, On Handles, Hay Cullers, Stone '
mers. Axes, Hatchets-
mr.w "a Tkvlc;. Saws, Planes, Chisels, Claw Hammers, Mason's Hammers, Drill lismi
'Blacksmith's Hammers and Sledges, Tyre Irons, HluckMiiith's Drills,
n 5 1 -1 TfT -.-I wr.a Poor Locks. Pad Locks, Bulls, Holts, Kcrews, Cut Nails, Wr(
JUllllCICr llairtllv all L Nails, Finish Nnil. Spikes, plain and galv'd; Boat Nsiln, T.
Strap and ningee. Hooks and Hinges, Ac, &c. '
Nails. Bed Screws, Bed Fastenings, Bed Castors. Counter Platform Pcale. 2-100 lbs; Pliitlurm Scales, to weigh frt,
to 2500 lbs; Iron Pots, plain tinned and enameled lined; Sauce Pans, KnHmelcd Prrncrve Kittles.
A Full Une ot Granite Iron Wiirc.-S!SK;
Stone Polish. Washboards, Chopping Trays. Bird Cages, Lawn Mowers', Bits and Spur. Wood Stirrups, Kerosc
Stoves, Revolving Lawn Sprinklers, Carbolized and C'lienp iw( 4 to 1 1-2 inch; L'ath'-r Belling, llinthsrn Iln i
A large line of Hand anl Stand Lamps and I. amp CJ In
Tuhulitr Lanterns. Tubular Side Lanterns, Rail Rnud Latit-
Low Priced Lanterns. Brass Lanterns, Fish Oloties. A full line of Chandeliers, nrtnl and brst tinttrrns.
Library Lamps, Nickle-plated and Biass Student Lamps, and many other goods loo numerous to nimtinn.
l&TTLaTLaTJSIG-IRlk'EI c Co.,
37 Fori Street, llonolnju:
NEW STORE, NEW PRICI'
'HIE UNDERSIGNED, IMPORTER A
Having opened a FIT R N IT I R K STORE In II..'
lulu, Invites the public lo inspect his Stork of (loods, Al
NEW, and of Ihe LATEST DESIGNS, whin
proposes to sell at lower rales than the public havr ever be
been offered. He is also prepared to lo all kinds of
thai pertains to Ihe business.
Onll niicl Boo lxlsat
P1ELOU SKTS, D1XIXG BOOM RETS,
run iiB.MTiBE or all ki.mt
OFFK E Al STORE (IMI
Spring Bocijs ;
AND MATTHK8.-K.S OF ALL KIN DM. Ii
XT California ami Kastcru made Furniture of all ki"l
styles at Ihe Lowest Prices.
F. H. WILT,
ja25 Oni On Hotel street, two doors from Fort stre
Something New Under the Su:
1YI. J. ROSE, KING STREI?
Tooting His Own Horn !
HAVING JL'ST TITRNED OITT A k,
Htyle of DUMP WAGON for the Waiiuanalo Sun
No one to say one word about it. Something useful fm1
tationa. It turns in less space than a two-wheel i.x a
Width of hind tires, 0 inches-, front, 4 inches; built lig'.,
very strong. Those wishing to send in large orders, ami
them got out on time, would do well to do it immediate
they must stand back and wait their turn. b.
A MORE RECENT LOT OF J
LATE BOOKS, ct
AT T1I0S. V. Timnr.S Fort Strn-1 SIorf T
A Masque of Pocls No Name.
Kelly a btlvcr Mine, by 11. II.
The Story of a Bad Boy, by T. B. AMiicb. ft
Jean iDgelow's Poems, complete; J
Bryant's Poems, complete;
Bryant's Poetical Works, tA
Ooctbe and Schiller, by Boyeseu,
Recollections of Writers, by Mary and C'has.
den Clark. M
Aa It May Happen, by Trebor.
Common Sense in Business, by Freedley;
vlcnie Comforts, or Tilings WoilU Knowin''
Memoir of lULt. Chambers, by Win. Clinmbr X
Flowers, their origin, &c, by J. R Taylor;
Tbe School Boy, by ). W. Holmes; ;
Prince Deukalion, by Bayard Taylor; y
Parks and Gardens of Paris, by VV. Hubinson
Pleasant Spots Around Oxford, by Alfred Ilia ?C
Art and Artists of Connecticut, by II. W. Frr?
The Ceram'.c Art, jy Jennie J. loun
The Bohemian, by C'has. de Kay;
Chambers Information for Ihe People, 2 vuli '
The Works of Chas Lamb, 5 vols. iB"
Social Etiquette of New York ;
Tbe Beaconsfield Cartoons, from Punch, clotV
Base Ball Cuido Books for ft
Base Ralls and Bats, New Scrap Pictures, Palerie,
Birthday Cards, 1 lorn I Passepartouts fc Mais, it
Frames, Gaskell's Compendium of fclr gant Writing J
FIXE LIPPF.it It It I TI Ml BiEK 'flj
in 122 days froni fllaagn,
COMPRISING A FULL
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARK?
JS S'tfW BLI-1U Utrt.UM' H ii.r.
al the onl'-ea of
Gr. W. Mncfarlano So Ck
Ne Plus Ultra Spring W
ONLY FIFTEEN DOl-LAFan
So Cheap that all can have it, and yet
THE BEST IN THE MARK M
... . rt
O- Try one, and il not satisfactory, money win u t- y
On exhibition and for sale by yiui.i"" - -
mhi or of the manufacturer, II. F. FARRA-'
TMIOSE PKEMI8ES SITUATK IN III
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