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Pisses of tie Moos for tie Konto, of Jan., 1874.
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HONOLULU MEAN TIME.
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10th, Lail Qoarter
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TIME SC.V KICISQ AND SETTING.
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The IVorld'o History.
Jan 12 Lord TJtto. born, 1"S3.
3-4jret Eartbqnake In New England, 16SS.
It Frederick tbe Great of ITnuls, born, K12.
Si Tbe Princess J!"TAl ff Eurland married, ISM.
So Sydney, X. S. w. frnnded. 17SS.
7 (fit ulition of raris to the Uerman army, 1ET1.
IS Peter the Great died, 172S.
COM.HimClAI..
UOSOLVLV. JAXVAItrtU
By the bark Comet, which arrired on the afternoon cf the
IStb, trteen days from San Francisco, we hare dates from
that port to the Slat of December. Almn Jant rains had fal
len tbroocboot the SUV", "d the prospects for train plant
ing fjr the coming year were eonaidered Tery good. The mar
kets cootlooed leery fjr nearly nil ataple projects, pricea be
ing largely controlled by the New York and London marketa:
Sraatt waa quoted doll at B $ lOcta. for Ilawatian.
Oorrri act! re at 22 tScts. for beat Kona.
Uolahu, doll at & licts. fur UawaiUn In barreli.
Uict. eery Cat at "eta. for beat Ilawatian. Japan nice
wai Belling at lets.
Coat, aalei or Austrslian at tlLSO (12.00.
mc, doll at TJi Tts.
Wool. The rariona gradea range from 11 23tU.
One of oor exchangee calls attention In a paragraph, which
we qajte below, to the trde In copra or dried cucoannt, an
article, the demand for wbkb la ateadlly lBCrealng. It i
almply the meat of the coeuanot dried and broken op, so aa to
make Ita trantportatioo esuy and eafe. In thla condition the
German traders call It Copra, from a German word. There
are acorea of small traders constantly Tlslting the numerous
Cocoanut islands of this orekn, gatheriog It and taking it to
the commercial centers Sydney, Tahiti, Fiji, Apia, Ac,
from whence It Is ehijped to England and Germany, where
the oil is extracted and osed In the manufacture of lancy
soaps, Ac. It ousts in trade from Ijut to aix ceota a pound,
mnl the oil Is worth from 50 to OOcta. per gallon. There is no
good reason why n large trade in copra should not be done In
this port, by gathering the article on these Islands and those
lying aouthwest of ns:
A consignment of 4.000 gallons Cocoannt Oil was recently
received from Hamburg, and readily disposed of io this
market. The iniportalkm of this comniodily from Germany
is not snfcestis.t'f enterprise wo the pirt of Sao Francisco
merchants. The Germans f jr several yeais bsve been ener
reUcallr poshing Oct after the trade of the iilands of the
l'act&c, and now bsve almost exclusive control of the trade cf
the Satnoan and some other South Sea groups, Lrfed Cocoa
nut, or Copra, as It is called, is ao Important article In the
trade of these UlanJs, and Isrge quantities are carried to Ger
many, and there made into Oil, a portion of wbkb it seems
Is shipped around the Horn again to San Francisco. The
trade of the Hawaiian Islands is an important Hem In the
commerce of San Francisco, but there aje several other
groups that in the area of fertile land and agricultural ca
pacity are superior to these, and with which an important
trade will sometime be built op. A limited intercourse with
the Society Islands, and the occasional dispatch of a schooner
to the klsrquesas and F(J1 groups, is the extent of our trade
with tbewe fertile Islands, most of wbkb bare a soil and cli
mate capable of yielding all the richest products of the tro
pics in boundless profusion. If the trade of these islands is
neglected bj ban Francisco, there are other communities that
stand ready to grasp it. Australia already controls that of
the Fiji group, and Germaoy is getting m strong hold upon
that of many of the others. r. CalL
The Comet brought in a full cargo cf assorted merchandise.
Including- W sacks flour, which had become quite scarce
here. She was not able to bring all the goods offered, and
left several orders onfilled, which leada us to think that the
SInrrsy win be despatched on her arrival with as little delsy
ns pMible, and thst she msy be looked for early In February.
The Comet has nearly a full cargo engaged, and will leave on
csr about Tuesday next, for an Francisco.
liar Helen W. Aloiy has unloaded her coals at Long
wharf, and will load for Australia, having m full cargo en
gaged. Schooner C M. Ward returns In a few dsys to the Guano
Islands, with supplies for the colonies located there.
The plantations are commenciog to grind, though the
atormy weather has thus tir delsyed harvesting. The pros
pects are good for a large crop the coming year.
Mr. Jlsrtow has beld a three days' credit sale the past
work, at whkh a large stock of desirable goods has changed
bands ou sslisfsctory terms.
Aside from auction sales tiade Is very quiet, without the
usual demand from the other islands.
i-oki" or ii.aoi.i;i.ij.
AltlllVKI).
J sals Stmr Kilauea, Tsylor, from Esilna.
U Schr Uile llorris, Lesua, from SlololaX
Am bk Comet, Shepherd, 14 dsys from San Francisco,
with cargo of assorted mdse to C Brewer t Co.
IS Stmr Kilauea, Tsylor, from Kstlna. Carpn: A bogs.
S3 cs mdse, 6 kegs sundries, 1 sewing machine, 1
canoe, 1 cs oil, 1 keg sugar, 5 rolls mats, ussen
pero: llli Msjt.tr king Lonslilo, II K II Ruth Kee
litol.ni. Her Msjesty Queen Emma, II It II Charles
Ksnslna, lion W P Leleiohoku, Ills El E O Hall,
Judge Kapena and wife, Ur Troossesu, Or Oliver,
DrCT Akana. II G Crsl.be and wire, lion II Ka
hauu. Miss JI E Beckley, Mrs M King, TV II Kaau
wut. and T3 deck.
Schr Prince, Heck, from Eona A Kan. Corou: lbog.
61 bales pulu. 1,300 goat skins, 2 bxs potatoes, 1
keg hotter, 233 bnchs awa, 13 bndls snevcane, 7
bnebs bananas, 2 bxs oraogee.,v.
Schr Active, Pnaabiwa, from Uilo. enry: 775kegs
sugar, 42 hides.
It Scbr V arwick, Kalawaia, from JlolokaL Coryo: SO
hides,3 bxs awa.
S3 Schr Annie, llololiua, from Ililo. Ciryo: 290 kegs a
700 bags soger.
Schr Mary Ellen. Jim, from EahuloL
d Stmr Kilauea, Tsylor, from KauaL Qtrga: 1415
bags sugar, 3 borses, 1 mule, 2 togs, II bids beef,
9 bbls tallow, SI hides, & bags taro, 11 bnchs bana
nas, 8 bxs mdse. i usjfnrrrt Capt Niks. Judge
Mdlryde and 4 chllden, 1' Isentergand2children.
EKrulL S Wilcox, Mrs W U Bice, Atai, C Con
radt, and 41 deck.
SAILED.
Jan 14 Auetralasisn and American mail stesmsliip Macgre
gor, Grainger, for San Francisco.
Scbr Luka, Kaal, for Kooa.
Scbr Moikeiki, I'atey, for Kahnlul.
Schr Fairy Queen, Hasina, for llanalel.
Schr Bob Boy, Adams, for Koolau.
Sip Live Yankee, aark. for Hans.
15 Stmr Kilauea, Tsylor, for Kailoa. ussenert: His
Ex E O Hall, Dr Tronsseau, U G Cral.be.
Schr Jenny, Ballislier. ror Waimea. A Koloa.
17 Schr Uilama, Whltrord, for Kona t Kau.
1& Stmr Kliauew, Tavlor, for Xawitiwilt. ratttnyrt:
UonSG Wilder, Henry Joboeon, and about 20 deck.
20 Schr Juanita, Dndoit, lor Walalua.
Schr Keoni Ana, lludoit, for KooUu.
Schr MUe Morris, Lema, forMoloksJ.
Shipping Mrinoratida,
UtToxt or Bau Coxzt. SBcrcxxn, Mltrn. Left San
Francisco Jan 1st with a SE wind and rain, which hauled Into
the NW ou the 2d. The next 9 dsys bsd fioebreexerrom N W
to E. On the 11th encountered m cyclone nod lost foresail,
and wore round to avoid it. Since then had light westerly
and easterly winds to port of Honolulu.
MOTES OF THE AVEEK.
tSJ By the KlUnct we have the report that the
schooner Battle was aahore at Xan UlirlU, but hear
no particulara.
tS"TJ.S.SteamerSaranac waa fecn by the Bark
Comet when two days out from Sin Francisco. She
mnst have arrived on the 3d or th ol January.
EST On Wednesday morning last, the Hth, the
mercury fell to C2, the lowest registered this season.
The weather has been cool all the week.
Still tuet bbop orr. A native while gathering;
firewood from a precipice at Kalauao last week was
killed by the falling ol a rock, which struck him on
the head.
tgr- San Francisco papers announce that the
steamer Macgrcgor wonld be due at that port on the
19th of January. She will arrive there more likely
on the 24th or 25th lost.
3P A writer in an Eastern paper corrects the
statement that both Caetelar and Gambetta arc
Jews ; the tormcr is a Catholic Spaulard of Irish
descent, and the latter an Italian Protestant.
3f- The report that the Spanish Government de
manded from the United States the restoration of
the Vlrgloius is not credited ; bnt even if true, the
sinking of the vessel settles the whole dispute
Steamer Dat. By reference to the advertisement
of the Australasian mail line. It will be seenthattbe
next steamer Is expected to leave here for Sin Fran
cisco on the 3d proximo.
Live and Let Lite. Those who are fond of
good living, (and n bo Is not!) should watch the
lists of good things advertised In our columns to
day, and then go and Invest in what suits their
t6tc
3T Bark D. C. Murray sailed from this port
Dec. 27th, and mnst have arrived at San Francisco
about the 15th Inst. She would remain in port
there one week, and may be looked for between the
5lh and 10th of February.
Vessels Doe. Brig Kamehamcha V., from the
Microneslan Group; bark Mattle Macleay, from
Portland, Oregon; whaling schooner Kamalle, and
guano ship Intrepid, from Panama; brig Tanner,
with cargo of lumber from Humboldt Bay; and the
U. S. surveying ship Portsmouth, from the South
ward. HiisrALi The amount of rain that has fallen
belween January 1 and 19lh, aa recorded by Capt.
Daniel Smith, has been 9 and C-lOlhs Inches. He
thinks that about one-third more rain has fallen In
Honolnlu than at his residence, which is about tn 0
miles south ol the Post Office.
i:xiok'i.
Foa Sav Faasosco. Per Macgregor, Jan 14 4,363 kegs su
gar, 44 bales pulu. 100 bags nee, 124 bags paddy, 70 hides,
61 calf skina, a bndls goat skins, 49 bnebs bananas, 6 bxs
betel leaves, 7 bxs plants, 1 pkg specie. Value Domestic..
138.776 !.
I3IIOItXS.
Faoa Ssx Faiase-. Per Cornet. Jsn IS 2.S45 pkgs flour,
1.41S pkgs groceries, 929 pkgs shooks, 60 kegs beads, 140 scks
bran, 10 scks iiotstors, 4 ecks onions, S scks wheat, fi scks
oats. 3 Lales niesl S tikes mI t 1 lii - rarnita. 1 bx barter. 1
keg soy, I bale corks, 49 kegs nails. 24 pkgs China-ware, 743
pkgs unspecified mdse, 16 stores, 40 bndls mats, 2 cs photo-
grapnic C stores, 100 bbls lime, 352 cs coal oil. lacs wine, B
kgs whlskr. 1 cs bitters. 3 cs boots a shoes. 30 cs cigars, 21
tobacco, 6 bndls hollow-ware, 2 rolls leather, 1 bndl sheep
skins 14 pkgs cuttle sb, 2 bndls shrimps, 1 bag fish, 1 bx
soda tiers, 1 bx personal effects, 2 cs fancy goods, 3 cs shades,
IS bodls saddle trees, 3 cs saddlery. 219 rolls rope. 1 bndl
whips. 1 pkg sieves, 1 bbl crucibles, 4 bbls sand, "J M4 soap
stone 1 cs sheep shears, 2 rolls leather, 1 ct hats, 14 chests
tea. 76 pkgs brooms, 2 cs ship chandlery, 16 pkgs stationery.
- l. s r. .jriure frames and moulding. 4 cs chairs. 1
cs brackets. 2 cs ox bows, 1 bx pomp valves. 2 bxs glass, S cs
furniture, pkgs hardware. 2 bis drugs, 2 cs giant powder,
11 pkgs wind .ws, 1 bx brushes. 1 bx paint, 2 cs codfish. 2 cs
cheese, loo oxs ureau, 1 wa "
PASSIGUKK.
Fxom San Faascjsco, Per Comet, Jsn 15 Duncan Orahatn,
, . , 11 . ... 111.. S.1arv Rain
II Thorn pun. Jr. W Tt-oiupn. W C UiII. Fred lSckett, W L
isTOWQ, Jul C lAWLUia, JlsMHU s.Asss, ?m. -J '
UIIW, mDU V41ID(wis
inirriis.
At llUo. Hawaii. January Slh, to the wife of Hon. E- A
At Waauku, Maul, January 7th, to the wile of Samuel
i arxer, a naugnter.
in:i.
STENECK In this city, January 12th, 5lr. John Eteneck,
anativeof llanover,Uermany,ageaaoouiooie.
VVRVIM1CT-. To this eile. Jan. 14th. Mr. Bosarlo Kal.
mondo Fernandet, late steward of the steamer " KUauea,"
Eativs of Gnant, aged about 4 years.
Fixed. The proprietor of the " Bank Exchange,"
, J.. -1.- I t pA1tnn fVrnrt nn
Chapter of the Penal Code. Two witnesses only
! , . . 1 1 . Th.l ..Ik. .s...
tesunea in suostancens iunuio. auamu suo "
nnon of Jsnnsrr 8th. thev went Into the Bank tr-
chance, through the side entrance In the rear of the
bar; that the defendant Geo. C SIders furnished
them with a gtasa of ale each through an aperture
(n ihf- nartltlon between theibilliard-room and the
bar "at the place where they always stood to get
liquor;" thai mey paia uim on ceni mr mc eauic ,
that shortly thereafter Ibev got a bottle of gin from
she fefonrlint1 nartner. J. D. Robinson, for which
they paid him $U25, and took the bottle away with
them. It appearing that this was the second offense,
a fine was imposed, under Section 13 of the above
named Chapter of $300, being the minimum sum
prcscnucu tor sue euwuu syusuMiMiiua
-P. a JLiKrtUr.
0- By the deed of endowment of the scientific
school at I'culkcse, Professor Agasslz had the right
to select his successor as President and Director,
and, not long before he died, he nominated as his
successor his son, Mr. Alexander Agassiz, who w ill
assume the position.
2T The value of life Insurance is shown in the
case of Mr. IL It. Fernandez, late steward of the
Kilauea, to n hose Illness we referred last week.
He was Induced a year or two since, when inperfect
health, to take out a policy for $3,000, which now
goes to the support of his wile and children, who,
without this provision, would have been left In In
digent circumstances. This ample provision has
been secured to them at a very trifling cost.
A Deserved Tkibcte. On the arrival of the
British war steamer Xlobe at New York, a number
of wealthy Cubans presented to her Commander
Lorraine a jeweled sword as a token of gratitude
for the brave stand n hlch he took with the lawless
Spaniards in the port of Santiago. Commander
Brainc was also presented with a medal by the same
parties.
A Quick Tmr. The bark Comet took ns by sur
prise on Thursday last, as she was not considered
due till this week. She made the passage over In
I" dsys, and the run back in 15, the round trip oc
cupying just forty days. For the winter season this
is very good lime. We are glad to sec Captain Shep
herd again on bis old route. No vessel can long lie
still at sea when be has charge of her.
Veui SMAItT. The -tJrerrisrr man takes ns up on
one or two Immaterial errors In proof reading. But
as he has his hand in for throwing stones, perhaps
he will tell ns when it was that the steamer Mac
gregor wa6 In " latitude 40 IV north" on ber last
voyage from Sydney, or Is he reporting one of her
voyages from China to California, or what ? We can
give yon plenty more of the tame sort when wanted.
The man who undertakes to trip ns on proof-read
ing must look sharp after bis own blunders.
" Tbe Olive Leaf." During the past three years,
Rev. IL IL Parker has Issued a small monthly sheet,
filled with pastoral advice and counsel to the
members of his flock, old and young. With the
Issncof January 1671, this publication has been en
larged to double Us former sire, and. In response to
a call for a religious Issue, It n ill be made to serve
a more general purpose than heretofore, in convey
ing religious instmctlon and advice to those who
take it throughout tbe islands. It Is furnished at
filty cents a year.
Maso.nic Dedication. The brethren of the Mys
tic Tie, residing on Mani, have taken a step : in ad
vance of their brethren of tbe metropolis. They
have not only fluid up a very neat lodge-room, at
Walluku, but have added a reading room, bath
room, bed rooms, and other conveniences for the
use of brethren residing at a distance. The pro
perty Is their own, and free from debt, except to the
members ol tbe lodge. Having received a charter
from the Grand Lodge of California, the ceremonies
of consecrating, dedicating and institntlngthelodge
and Installlog lt officers will take place at ailuku
on the 20th instant, and will probably be public.
We have been requested, on behalf ot the mem-
beraofthe new lodge, to Invite all brethren who
can make It convenient to leave their homes for a
few days, to be present on the occasion. We hope
there will be a good delegation Irom Honolulu.
Those leaving here by the steamer of the 2fith need
be absent only five days.
The Case of J. B. M. Stewakt. The charge of
embezzlement made against this gentleman, which
was brought before the Sin Francisco Police
Court for trial, aa referred to by ns beiorc, re
sulted In a dismissal for want of evidence. The
principal witness against Captain Stewart was the
book-keeper of Messrs. Collie & Stewart, who was
shown to have been an escaped convict Irom Aus
tralia, who had been bribed to bring the charge
acalnst him, which was found to be wholly cronna
less. The following from the ifa gives the close
of tbe trial:
"Mr. Murphy, for tbe defence, without introduc
ing any testimony, moved tbe Court to dismiss the
case, on the ground that no offence had been proven
or even 6bown. The transaction was a legitimate
discharge of the duly of bis client as President of
the Polynesian Land Company.
" On the re-assembling of the Court, Mr. Murphy,
in a scathing manner reviewed the cbsractcr of the
nrosccntlng witness; a man under the ban of an
outraged law, trumping np a charge against an irre
proachable citizen; a witness who had absconded
from justice seeking to blacken the reputation of
his former employer by bringing a charge v, wch the
Judge would throw out of Court as without a sha
dow of foundation. He then recapitulated the facts
develoDed. and showed that Mr. Stewart had ex
nended the money forthe Company be represented.
and had charged himself with tbe outlay. The Court
thereupon dismissed the case."
John A. Dix, Governor of Xew York, Thurlow
Weed and Daniel Drew are all pensioners on the
Government, hating been soldieri in lSlZ. Weed
played a fife, Dix carried the flag and Drew earned a
musket.
The Panal Kuncio, at Paris, has been notified that
an I . I .J Valencia
the Arcbbisuops ot ia.. :
have been elevated to tuo voi eS o -'
A mcctinc of Spanish volunteers in Havana feeently
resolved to tear uown sue -t, ' ' "
Consul's o5e mere. ano. to
Th.e did not carry oat the resolution.
The members of the Refomed Epueopal Church
met for th. purpose of organisation is sr York,
Dec. S. and set forth the articles of their faith.
The present indieations of Congressional sentiment
are decidedly adverse to the restoration or dut.e s on
tea, coffee or other material change of the tariff this
season.
Ten Days
LATER FOREIGN NEWS.
The Eirk Comet arrited'on IbeeTeninsoflhelCth,
bringing the Kastcni mails and San Francisco papers
to December 31.
Emperor William continues to improre.
Foamier, the French Minister, has presented bis
letters of recall, and taken leare of the King of Italj.
France has given satisfactory assurances to Ger
many relative to the hostile pastorals of French
Bishops.
The report is reiterated that tbe Spanish Oorern-
ment will require of the United States the Virginias
and the payment of an indemnity.
The barial of Francois lingo took place in Paris.
Louis Blanc delivered the funeral oration at the late
residence of the deceased. Victor Hugo and all the
leading radicals of Paris were present.
The Rector of the American College. Borne, has re
mitted to the Pope $25,000, contributed by the faith
ful in the United States.
The Board of Trustees of the Boston Museum of
Comparative Zooloty have adopted resolutions in com
memoration of the life and labors of the late Profes
sor Agassis.
John S. Hopkins, reputed to have been the wealthi
est citizen of Baltimore, died recently, aged 79. In
March last Mr. Hopkins gave property valued at $4,
000,000 to found a free hospital for the indigent sick,
connected with which is to be a training school for
nnrses. He also made ample provisions for the same
for colored orphans, and set apart $2,000,000 to found
a nnireriity on his Clifton estate.
The Engineers' strike continues. A train started
out on tbe St. Louis road in care of a non-striker, bat
Just as it reached the suburbs one of the strikers, con
cealed by the roadside, fired a shot into the cab, which
wounded the engineer in the arm. The would-be
assassin was captured.
New Tone, December 26th. Christmas was en
joyed here in a quiet manner. The usual services
were held In the churches, and the cuitomary Christ
mas dinners were given to the poor children of the
city. The dinner given to some 300 newsboys by
Wm. F. Fleiss was one of the features of the day.
Advices from the principal parts of tbe East and
South state that the day has been generally observed.
Particulars of Genet's Escape. The Times
makes the following statement with regard to the es
cape of Genet, After escaping from Deputy Sheriff
Shields, Genet, in accordance with a preconcerted
plan, hastened to a close carriage in waiting near by,
and was driven to the house of a friend in the lower
part of the city, where be remained concealed. Then
skillfully disguised he was taken in another close car
riage to the foot of Canal street, and hurried on board
the steamship Ontario, bound to St. Thomas.
Reduced Goverxuext Estimates. HVAsnisoTos,
December 26th. As there is no absolute necessity for
the heavy appropriations for the improvement of har
bors, rivers and fortifications, under the Engineer's
Bureau of the "War Department, the estimates for
such improvements, amounting to $20,000,000, will
probably bo reduced to $3,000,000. Estimates in the
Postoffice Department have already been so much
reduced that no further extension of railroad postal
service can be made during the present fiscal year.
A Washington special says: "It Is confidently
asserted, by tho;e who are certainly in position to
know, that tbe President, in January, will nominate
General Schenck to be Secretary of the Treasury, rice
Richardson, the present Secretary, who is to be Sec
retary of tbe Interior, and transfer Secretaay Delano
from the latter department to the mission to Eng
land. The President, it is stated, declares that while
be does not join in with what ho calls the popular
claxor against Richardson, he is of the opinion that
he has outlived his usefulness as thehead of the Treas
ury Department.
The growing conviction that the President will no
minate Pierrepont to be Chief Justice, if Williams is
rejected, is strengthening the latter, and will secure
his confirmation if, as his friends claim, he is exoner
ated from the charges affecting his personal integri
ty. The failure to nominate Evarts, or Curtis, or
Hoar, for Chiel Justice, is turning the entire bar
against Grant.
Booth's Election. Governor Booth of California
has been elected to the United States Senate for the
long term. This will be hailed as a great triumph by
the new party in California ; it will seed to the Sen
ate the first man chosen by any of the new political
organization, and it may be added, it will add to
that body a man who has developed fine intellectual
powers, flawless integrity of character, and rare cour
age. He is a finished, scholarly gentleman, and is
thoroughly versed in affairs. His election will great
ly strengthen the new party in California, and dis
may the corrupt politicians who have been thus sig
nally overthrown. X. Y. Tribune,
The A'Irglnlus' Loit at Sen X
New York, December 30th. The United States
corvette Ossipee arrived at this port last evening and
'came to anchor off the Battery at about 11:30 o'clock.
The Virginias wa given over to the custody of the
Ossipee on the 17th instant, and to the Oaipee was as
signed the duty of bringing that famous vessel to this
port. The astonishment of tbe pert authorities there
fore was not small when the Ossipee was signalled
last evening and no Virginius appeared in sight.
When, however, the Ossipee was boarded the appar
ent mystery was explained, and the startling intelli
gence communicated that the Virginius, which, being
all along in a leaky condition, had, when off Cape
Fear, and in the night, been lost In spite of all the ef
forts of the crew aboard of her settled and went to
the bottom.
Shortly after the arrival of the Ossipee, a reporter
of the Timet boarded the vessel and bad an Interviow
with the officer cf the deck. The latter said he had
strict orders not to communicate with anybody in re
lation to the circumstances attending the founder-
ing.01 tbe irginius. lie would not even give the
date of the occurrence or the place where it happened.
He however made no attempt to deny the accarocr
of the report as to the foundering of the ship. Lieu
tenant uommanaer rredenck lloagcrs was in com
mand of the Virginius when she sunk.
Why Caleb Cashing Goes to Madrid.
Chicago, December 29th. A 7Vmei' Washington
special says that Caleb Coshing's selection for the
Spanish Mission is due to the fact that the Govern
ment needs a specially skilled Minister to disentang
its business at Madrid ; that at the beginning of the
difficulty he told Mr. Fish that his case was a bid one.
JUDD & LAIXE
HAVE RECEIVED
COMET
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
FRESH AND DESIRABLE
GROCERIES!
AnOHIMlININCi IX I'AKT TIIC FOLLOW-
j 1NU AKTlcUtS,(aDd we Invite all la wantofUOOD
to call.)
Ames llama, Jones' Hp Top Bacon,
bmoked Beef, California Extra TTams,
Codrtxb, Smoked Hams,
Steele's Cheese I
Kits Extra Mackerel, Smoked Herrings.
DerQled and rotted 11am and Tongue,
p!lt Teas, Sates. Rabins,
Desslc&ted Apples,
Pitted Flams, Peaches, Grapes, Quinces.&c
rearl Tapioca, Brown's Jam,
Ginger, Assorted Nnts,
E dam Ohooso !
SALOON PILOT BREAD,
CRACKERS OF ALL KINDS !
Family Extra and Graham Flour!
Cracked meat, Oat Meal,
Ground Barley. Oats, Bran, Wheat
OXXOXS. A'C 4.C
xt JUDD & LAI HE.
premium on, disguise. It is like saying to the high
way robber : Rob with your face exposed and yon
shall be punished ; pat on your mask and you shall
not be molested."
Landing or the SnrrlTlnp Crerr oT the "Virginias."
New Tone. December 30th. After landing the
last one of the sumrirg passengers and crew of the
Virginius, they inarched in regular line to Fulton
Ferry, taking a boat there to iYcw York, and thenee
proceeded to a Cuban restaurant, where they were
hospitably entertained. They were elad in the nary
uniform of the United States and marched briskly
through the streets, showing no signs of suffering.
Vben transferred to the tug boat from the steamer
Juniata which ci tried them to this port from Santi
ago, they gare rousing cheers for their sereral bene
factors, leading off with three for the Commander of
the British steamer Xiobe, to whom they feel indebt
ed for preserving their lires.
IN ew York, December 30th. By order receWed
yesterday from the Postmaster-General's Depart
ment in "Washington, a mail from New Zealand, China
and Japan will be dispatched daily from the New
York postoffice, thus constituting San Francisco a
distributing point Instead of the one via this city.
Tostage on letters to New Zealand is twelve cents,
per arrangement of the Postal Convention.
The Besder Fakilt. It is said, that old fiend
Bender, and his wife, of the family who did such a
wholesale business in murdering travelers in Kansas,
last summer, has been arrested in Bivingsville, Spar-
tansburg, Co., Ohio. The daughter, who did the
witch-work of the family, and the son, are said to be
in North Carolina.
The Massachusetts Liquor Law a Failure
Bos Ton, December 25th. The lion. Martin Griffin
of the Police Commission, who has just resigned,
says in a letter to Governor Washburn that a brief
experience has confirmed his judgment that the liquor
aw ; its mode manner, agencies, and execution are
net instruments of justice or temperance. Indeed he
is fully convinced that the law as it now stands is de
trimental to the eaase of temperance, and leads to
corruption and inefficiency. lie believes that a good
icense law is the best means of arriving at the de
sired result.
The Successes of the Patriot Cause In Cnha.
The latest Cuban nail advices received here give
the details of the pas; month's fighting. In the bat
tle on the J 6th of September, the Cubans drove the
Spaniards oil the field. In tho battle of Santa Maria,
on the 26th of September, the Spaniards were com
pletely routed, and 261 were left dead on the field.
The Cubans took 150 pieces of cannon, 400 rifles, 10
000 cartridges, and SO wagons ; also, 73 Spaniards.
The Cubans lost IS killed. On the 2d of October, the
Cubans defeated the Spsniards near Gib am, killing
22, and making heavy captures of ammunition. The
Cubans bad S killed. In a skirmish, on the 8th of
October, the Cubans took 30 prisoners. On Novem
ber 16th, the Spanish advance guard was routed at
Saranaha Givara, and 28 prisoners were taken. On
the 24th of November the Cubans captured Camp La
Nagara. with 150,000 cartridges, 76 stand of arms, a
largo number of horseSi an entire wagon train, and
49 prisoners.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEW GROCERIES!
TSTew G-roceries!
Just Received per Bark "Cornel."
1ASKS WlinTAKEIt ILUIS,
Cases Coicrea Bacon,
Cxse Smokes! Bocf,
Cases California Cream Cheese,
California Cream Cheese, S and 10 lb tins,
Cases Pacific Codfish,
Cases Alden Dried Apples,
Cases AJden Drl! Teaches,
Cases Alden Driml Fears,
Cases California Vermicelli & Maccaroni
Cases sausage Meat,
Coses California Onions,
BAGS CALIFORNIA POTATOES,
Ii&g California White Beans,
BAGS WALNUTS & ALMONDS !
CASUS
Japan Tea, I lb., 1-2 lb. and 1-3 lb.,
JIACONDRAY & COS-
TINS CALIFORNIA CRACKERS,
Sod, Wine, Milk, Wafer, Graham, Assorted Crackers,
Ginger Cakes, Jenny Llnd Calces, Dinger
2J uts. Medallion and Xlc-Xac.
O'js Saloon Broad !
lr. Uoxc Saloon It rend.
Cases Oatmeal, 101b. bogs.
Cases Cracked Wheat, 10 lb, bags.
GOLDEN GATE FAMILY FLOUR, 1-4 BAGS
Orccon Ont unci Ilrnn.
FOB SALE LOW AT
H. E. MclNTYRE & BIO'S.
171 11
PER BARK 'COMET,'
CAPTAIN SHEPHERD,
rwAiiF. TTrF.n.siixi:n iiavh nr.cnvr.n
JL an addition to their Btocc, which will be sold at Low
est Prices,
Golden Gate Flour,
Extra Family.
Baker's Extra,
And Eldorado.
471 For sale by DOLLEM A CO.
Bread.
AIXOX PILOT IX CASES AND IU CASES
n.01 ana jvieaiura Jireaa,
Assorted cracken,
471 IIOLLES it CO.
Canned Goods
FltOil
Cutting & Co's Celebrated Factory,
CASUS MOCK TOtTIX SOUP,
Csvses Itoan Beef,
Cues llolled Beef.
Cases lloast Motion,
Case Boiled Mutton,
Cases Itoast Veal,
Cases Turkey,
Cases Chicken,
Cases Sou pa, Aa, Ac
471 BOLLKS t CO.
c
ASI-S TEACHES, PEAIUs,
cases uauices, leases uainces.
Cases Grapes, Cues Plums,
Assorted FrnltH.
BOLLES A CO.
Vegetables.
"rAn?ioi."rii sugar cony.
JL Green Peas, fctrtng; Peas,
atrlar Beans, ileets.
Turnips, Onions,
buccotash, lomatoes.
471 BOLLES A (XJ.
CODFISH,
A IT.YT CASES OF THE UEOBIiCR BASK
3L CODFISH, In splendid oner.
471 BOLLES A CO.
California Cheese.
A"
FEW CASES OXLY.
s.I
BOLLES A CO.
Little Neck Clams, or Quahaugs,
TCUIOH THE PACKER, J, II, DOXSEB,
JL ASUP. I I.
LIOLLKS A CO.
Prepared Lime Juice,
-srMTARRAjrrED to keep rs axt cu-
V V 2IATE, in Z, 4 and gauon pacKses.
471 BOLLES A CO.
A New Assortment of Teas.
JAPAJf TEA A'D CHIXA TEA
HI BOLLES ct CO.
" Vlrsrlnlns SurTlren Thnnfelng Grant.
Kew- Torc, Dee. 30th. The snrriTlns; ereir and.
p&sstngen of the steamer Virginias hare forwarded
a memorial to President Grant, expressing their heart
felt and grateful thanks for the energetie measures
taken for their timelj resene and delircrj from death
or sentence to the chain gang, or the Spanish prison.
Grateful mention is also made of Commander Braine
JTcwVIew- or the "VlrxlnlttS" Case.
The following editorial criticism of the Attcrnej-
General's opinion in the Virginius case is said to har
been written by Mr. Cnihing : "Tbe decision of tbe
Attorney-General embraced two points Urst, that
the register of the Virginias being a frand npon the
navigation laws of the United States, she hid no
right to carry the Amerieari flag ; second, by carrying
the American flag, which she had no right to
irry, she was as mncn exempt from interferencee
on the high seas by ships of other naral powers
as if she had been a regular merchant vessel pro
secuting a legitimate trade and lawfully registered.
In other words, in the highway ef nations whatever
pirate or outlaw prefers to disguise itself in the
American colors obtains thereto the right of Ameri
can protection, as against those who msy be aggrieved
by its depredations. While the Virginius was com
mitting a crime against the United States which ren
dered her an outlaw, liable to seixure and confisca
tion and her crew to punishment, she was entitled to
the protection of the American flag which she so
wrongfully carried ; that any interference with her
operations is an intuit to the honor of the United
States, for which we are only bound to make war as
the alternative of atonement. This is simply the
doctrine that & robber going to his work in the stolen
clothes of a respectable man, is not only entitled to
tbe respect of tbe person be intecds to injure as if be
were the owner of the garments he has assumed, but
to the protection of the owner himself as against
his intended victim. This is not the doctrine that
the flag protects tbe ship bnt tbe doctrine that the
mask protects the malefactor. It is the offering of a
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
jroiiiv x. ivaxerhoiisi;,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
Qqesn Street. Itonololo, n. I. 4C9 it
New Bakery.
THE O'DF.nSlG.VEn HAVIXO OfENF.r)
a Bakery at the corner of QUEEN A MCUARDS
STREETS, (premises rormerly occupied by Mr. Goldstone)
would respectfully solicit orders In his line.
4,1 3m .VHIUX il.Mit.ll.
No83.1 Tla Place King St.
TO GET TOUR
lliiiMCarriage Trimming,
Trunk Work of nil ltlniln.
And General Uepairing done with neatness and dis
patch 469 ly It. WHITMAN.
Australasian & American Mail
Steamship Company.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE FINE
STEAMSHIP "MIKADO,"
CAPTAIX -
On or about the 3d of February, 1874
FOR SYDNEY, VIA FIJI !
Connecting at Knnilnru nltb n Branch
Htemner tor
Auckland and Port Chalmers, N.Z.
THE STEAMSIIlr
MACGREGOR !
H. GRAINGER, COMMANDER,
On or about the I Oth of February, 1 874
B3 r&Mengers for EASTERN STATES and EUROPE,
purchasing their Through Tickets at our Ofllce, will be al
lowed a targt rrdtdion In fares, besides having larger quan
tities of Baggage free.
BIT For Freight and In.Knjr,e, or any further Infor
mation, apply to
471 II. HACKFKT.n .V CO., ApcnU.
For San Francisco
THE FAVOIIITE AMERICAN HARK
O O IlVC 33 "X1 !
P. P. NIIF.PIIF.Itn, 31 ASTER.
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
KV For Freight or ras-wre, having nuperlor accommo
dations for Cabin and Steerage rasaengers, apply to
471 C. BUEWEU CO., Agents.
FOR SYDNEY DIRECT.!
THE AMERICAN BARK
Helen W. Almy,
E. FltEEMAX, Miutcr,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Fort
For Freight or passage, apply to
ill UAUTLE A CXX5KE, Agents.
Regular Mqlokai Packet.
S&.The Schooner 'Mile Morris
Will run regularly every eek to
Kannakakal and Ports on the South side of Molokai
For Freight, apply on Board to
4U 3m"
CAPTAIN JOSEril LIMA.
For Hia-irLTD-uurs.
THE A 1 FAST SAILING GERMAN
BRIGANTINE HELENE!
DltUHN, Master.
Will Sail for the above Port on or about the 15A
of January next.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
460 2m F. A. SCIIAEFER A CO.
1" X 3MC 33 TABXiU
or THE
Steamer "Kilauea."
TAYLOR S I I t 1 I MASTER.
sJamiftrySBt li 1 1 1
i eOs i:i.-noun loncninr at JtaunaKaicai up ana dock
February lllh...
Feb runty lCth.
February 23rcl
jinrcn zu..
Circuit of Knnn
-Konn and Kaunakakal
Illlo
-Clrrult ur ICnunt
IiOllA
Illlo
Mnrcli Oth
JInrrti lHth...
Marcb 23.1 .
March 30th
Steamer lenrr Honolulu at S p. M., excepting trips that
sne touches at Kaonakakal, wnen sne will leave at 10 r. sc
Up on the Illlo trips, the steamer will not leare Lahalna
efure 4 a. m. on up trips. Ou Kona trips will not leave
eiarea a. m.
From this date, the parment of Cash for rajte, will
oe Bincur eororceix. tiukkim at tjik ui-muk.
Not responsible for nn marked bagtrosre, or any freight
nruess receiptea ror. BAMUtL u. wiLsUeii, Agent.
SPUNYARN,
WORMMNC, HOUSELINE, SEIZINO, MAR
LINE, Ac. For salt by
6 BOLLES A CO.
1873 Columbia Eiver Salmon,
N IIARRELS AND HALF BAHIIELS.
L A Prim. Qaslilj. None better la the Market.
For Sal, by (458) BOLLES A BO.
Teas
A GOOD ASSORTMENT JUST RE.
ti. CEIVED direct from China.
A small lot left of the 1-4 lb papers. For Sale by
,59 BOLLES A CO.
California I.ime,
Portland Cements
California Brick.
For sal. by BOLLES A CO.
Oregon Oats and Bran !
For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
AUCTION" SALES.
Br E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR SALE.
ON WEDNESDAY : : : JAN. 28th
At 10 A. 9. at ftnlr Room,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Groceries, &c.
CO.XSISTIXO IX FAST OF
New Styla Prints, Amosacag Denims,
IlorroeVs Loos; Cloth, Fins Merino,
Bed Tickbj, Brown Cottons,
Drills, Felt Hats.
Flannel Shirts,
Merino Shirts,
Fin. Socks,
White Shirts, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Linen Coats and Pants, Blankets,
Playing Cards, Blaciiog,
Galranised Pails, Card Matches,
Tain Killer, Teast Powder,
ITair OU, Charcoal Irons, Candles,
SARDINES. FIXE TEA,
OYSTERS, KEROSENE OIL.
Ao., Ae. Ao.
A I. 8 O
KEKS BROWN SUGAR.
SACKS TABLE RICE,
SACKS CALA. POTATOES
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALK.
SPECIAL SALE.
ON WEDNESDAY. - - JAN. 28th,
At 11 o'clock A.M., at Sales Hoom,
TO Close Conslsnmoiitii,
Win be Offered:
American White- Cottons,
Manchester Donlms,
Amoskeag Bluo Drills,
American Prints,
AMERICAN 3-I100P PAILS AXD TUBS.
A few Dozen Mrs. Fearing's Preserves
The Genuine.
AioT TItc Comet,
50,000 BEST MANILA CIGARS!
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
Notice of Dissolution of Copartnership.
T1IK COIMKTXKILNIIU II I'll I7TO FORE
existing between the undersigned eiptrnl by limita
tion on the 14th lust. All persons hln arrounu open
w 1th the late Qrm are requetv4 to settle, with Mr. AKSKE,
who la duly AathorlZ4.iI for that purpose. AKiKE,
AC1IONO.
Honolulu, ov. 1STX 3m
DR. J. C0LLIS DROWSE'S
OHLOHOD -3T3TDE3
IS THE OEIGUTAL AKD OXLY GENUINE.
rpHE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST
L the unfounded statement! frequently mail. "thai
tho compoattioD of CHLKODYN K U known to Cb em
la ti and tbe MeJ'icl rrofeislon." The fact is. Cblo
rotljne was diacoTereJ and in Tented by J. COL
US BIIOWXE (ex Army Medical SUIT), and fo
named bj him, and It ha baQod all attempt at anal
jaia by tbe first Cbemliti or the day. The method
and iecret of the preparation have nerer been pub
Iisbed. It is obvious, tbereiore, tnat anjtnini sold
under tbe name, save Dr. J. COLLIS IIROWIYK'S
CIILOUODYNK, is a spurious imitation.
CAUTION. VIce-Chancellor Sir W. P.Wood ita ted
that Dr. Collis Browne wat undoubtedly the inrentor
of Chlorodjne.
REMEDIAL USES AND ACTION.
This InTtlnaMe remedr rrodecea unlet, refreshlac tlefp.
relieve pain, calms the syettm, restores the deranged func
tion, and ttlmnlatek healthy action f the aecrettone of th
body, without ci eating, any cif tbt unpleaaaut result at
tendlnc the n of opium. Old ami young mr take It at all
hoar and times when rcqaUlt. Thuountls of preon tot
my to its marvellous good eacu ana wooueriui curee. wnue
meaicai men exuti its Tinues most aiiansiTeij, vsina: i im
trreatnnaotltlei In tbe fJ.owinKdl.wuee: Cholera, Dfe-
tery. Diarrhoea, Colics, Coughi. Atthma, Rheumatism, N ru
ral gu, M cooping joopauritnp uyiitria, c
EXTRACTS FROM MEDICAL OPINIONS.
The Rlcht Hon. Earl RuscU communicated to the Collega
of Phyrician, and J. T. Davenport, that ha had ncelved la
Ikirroauon to me- enrci mat. idci.ilt rrmeuy i any mficiia
Cholera was CHLOKOIYNK.-&e Lancit Dec. 31, ISM.
Dr. Lowe, MrdlcalMiMiouary lu India, report (Dec. 1 165)
that In nearly every caa of Cholera la which Dr. J. COLLLs
BROWNE'S CIILORODVNE was administered, the paUtnt
recovered.
Extract from Medical Timt.Jin 12. 166. MCblorodyBe I
prescribed by score ef orthodox medical practitioners. Of
cuune It would not thus be singularly popular did It not
supply a want and fill a place.'
Extract from tbe General Board el Health, Iondoo, ae to
Its efficacy In Cholera. "So itrongly are waconviDced of the
lmmeusta value or mis remedy, mat wa cannot too rurcioiy
urge tbe necessity Cf adopting It In alt caaea.
CATJTIOH. None srnulne without the word "Dr. J.
COLLIS RKO WN E on the Government Stamp. Overwhelm
ing medical testimony accompanies each uutiia.
Sole Manufacturer, J. T. DAVEXFOKT.
S3. Great Ronaell SL, Bloonubury, Loudon.
Add In Rottles at Is. 141.. 2s. 9-i . and 4a. 6d.
Agents In New York, W, II. Scuitrrsux A Co. and J. C
Batty'
PIE FRUITS AND PICKLES !
Fresh French Olive Oil,
AND AN
Extensive Assortm't of other Groceries
X).t SALE BY
"3" H. HACKFELO . Co.
SALMON
Columlji.i River Itcd Salmon!
Of tho Packing of 1873.
F0rBal.br (ISJIf! IL IIACKFKLD CO.
Deilinger's Pilot Bread !
IX noxEw,
Jnst Received per J. A. Falkintnrg.
Tor f ale tiy 153 it) IT. lUCKItXU A CO.
JEFFREY & CO.'S EDINBURGH ALE,
IN QCAKTS AND CTNT8.
TWOUsVEUIAX A 1.1 IX flCARTJi A.1D
JL. 1 INTo.
(irrnian Ale, Kf J II rand, In qoart. and jaou.
HoUan4 filn, atune Juss In bsokcta.
10llana Uia, aquare Ejotues m c
btrunz Itoin. Lq barrsla.
AIcoboL In tins and drmOohoa.
(lant of different qnaUUtt.
Llebfrauenmilch, Rhino WIno I
Heltzer Water, In Stone J
ror Sale by Ul tJ It, ItACKFIXD A CO.
A Small Lot of Westphalia Hams,
A Prime Article,
Just Received ex E. C. Wylie,
And for Sale tn quantities to salt, by
I SI tf IL. IIACKFELD A CO.
CiruLslieca. Sugar
IX 100 lb. REUS,
F
OR SAT.E BY
441 tf
It. nACCTELD A CO.
Polar and Sperm Oil,
IX aVAXTITIES TO SLIT-For gal. by
US B0LL23 t CO.
Br C. S. BAKTOW.
.t &&JL&m H.OOH1
ON miDAY, : : JAXAJLY Mi,
At 19 oVlecltv A. 3.
wis s. fViM:
A ScIectNt ef try CMs !
Ship Carpenter'a Twfa atArtb,
By order of tie AdnxliiistTatoT T HW EaCaae mC 'W.tjntt.
A T1LCABLE CUST W T
la Lota to SoiL. AIMV
Spy Crlcimst, Hwx
Oexmsm ssd n1Sah Bewka, G7ssn ass Oma.iJ.sisv
wrnaat r. asw .
1 Cheat of Carpenter'. Tarsi.
ODE HAT WlSaS. SETS ST Kl
BiDLEi er k.it Kerr.
Kcff ef Stasrau. ilssrar. T i
CS. BARTOW, A.
Underwriter's Sal.
ror Accottai f ViVam tt 3Cay 'Qaaw anw
FIVE SPARS!
Taata rnsa Braiab Bark TXSJLxT,
WH b !U as. Asrt-sw
On SATURDAY, JA3T. 34ti,
At ss-cisicIs. Xsssssa.
At tb. OU CMtom Itssa. -trtsart
C s BACTOW. isciSMH.
Stock of Tiiware at AicUm I
ON MONDAY, - JAlfTJAXY IMtli,
At 10 OV1SXU.A.9C.
At the Store ef Mr. J. EsUH, w
On acrocut ordepsutsrsv I ma asO at PisbBe Aaattsss.
The Balance of rwware new m kmi,
couraisixn
rans of Tatiooa ato.la. Test rot, lamps Hat rwav tmt
star swtacssm.
C S. BAKT2TT. AssrC.uin
For Sale.
4 Txro.rma2.fxtxCEifoon&wexn
c i ha arrow
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In polities. S3 a jeat J UM boaad.
CHART OF TOE SANDWICn I3LAXD3. Xa
rrarsd oa ste.1. and printed at Wasbiasrtess.
eiprttily for tho aadeniraod. This ia tho saost
correct chart published. Pric. SUe).
Also, for Srxlo,
HAWAIIAN- BIBLES its aad !rsw Voaad fa faarr
morocco cortr. with rteords for aa arris rss. btrUa.
and deaths, saltabl. far UmSj bibtea. Priew. se
cordiag to sljls .r kadlac. frssa Si to 112.
HAWAIIAN IITMJf3 For mM it rkar-h ser
sire. Price, cloth, SI ; fall baai aaoroceo, rat,
S1.75.
KA II AE HOOKAS I A ctUetisa f 8abbat
School bjm as aad ttaea. Pries, ti rents.
X. B. Any boobs p ablUbed ia tb Uasraiiaa laa
jrosr., or any books partaiaitttT to tho ILas4. tf
obtainabl., will be procured far psrss is in. 2 tas.
For anle br
H. M. WHITNEY.
COAL TAB.
-A CASKS COAL TAP. FOR SALE BT
E0LLE3 A CO.
TAB.
STOCKHOLM. IN BBLS. AND HALF BBLS.
American Tar ia bbls. Ftrsaia by
i BOLLES A CO.
HEMP CANVAS.
I DSSIA UUCK. HEM? 3 AIL TTTESE, CUTTW
li Dock, assortod nom Vers, Cotton Sail Twin, as
sorted sis... F.r sal by
6 EOLXE3 A tn
CHAIN CABLES.
IZES PP.OM 5-8 TO I S-H ISCH. SMAU.
Chala ia quantities to salt. F.r esj by
BOLLZj A CO-
PITCH.
STOCKHOLM PIT CH CT EBL3 AND nr. BBLS.
Wilmlnrtcn Piuh U bbls. F.r s.1 by
8 EOLLEJACa
BOLLES 5c CO.
H
No. 34 Quean Stroet,
ATK FOR SALE.
Hemp and Manila Crura, all tia.
Patent asd Plain Eaih Bseoks. all sin.
Anchors aad Chala CabtM, aaeoxtod risoa.
Cotton Sack asd Hesap Caarac,
Cotton aad Heap Sail Teria.
Stockholm Tar.
American Tar.
Stokaa!sa Fitah.
WUaia fum Kick.
VThal aad Spm OU
Falevisi aad Faint 03,
Aad a Oesatal Aissituieot tt
Groceries and Ship StarM
Jgg- All of wkkj wit! U Hid at fcbo 1.-.SVK fitabli
jjrlo.. at

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