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rtm a? :H1m !r rtt XcttU af January 1176
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For WioiiwarJ Porti par Eilaiies, Jn 11th leo C Will"
...m 1 i'l war. Th CIlln. bmilr mad it,:: bi 0 Bald-
win, O W C J.miw. Tred Hitvldra. Mr Morris... S Kvil.
w r.sap .nit wife, J-e Mill on. DH Sabim. Jn!ce llnopiii,
I) H Keuikall and wife. II K Uitcbcuck, Via Bond, b 10
dridpr. anil alt ait at deck.
For San Franrlarai per Ota of Xfthmrnf, Jan llln Oapt
r. K -t. th, ! T.-l.l M Mat .1 II !!! -ti-'. J i'Su.-. :.
J fl Mullet, Mr Ktbwidp. R JlrLarrn. vfiaa Mclnernt. Mr,
Iiari. Mian Incraham. Mrlirrm. Mr aleiir-hester and wile.
Mr V Her, Mr Van Data and wif-, V. Tan Dnorn. Mr J4iti
X Oarerlj-, sir. rei ttatar, W Tuug'.., K J Shdrv, P Cnrran
F.a- Tahtll. Bat Paaonta. Jaa i:ta Uenrv Aikena. Cbn
Lrwia. r Meaner.
Vfn Ban Freeejsr-o par Graaata. Jan lTth J I. CaaDrr
w,f. and rhild. Jnlm Stirrckr-U. J RTowaanil. Jaoil. OroWv,
r k Alpncbt. Lkr D F Mriatiall, M JrtV, W P Myers, I steeresT-
9 oed 34 in traaeitn lie Auckland ami fvdnev.
I Fta-ajr.lner p. r Am Si-llrauada. Jan 17th HarTT S--I;mult.
' ! Ckaa aaad Jeha Porrcat, U Uycruft, and 30 la traiiaitu.
a Par Vladward Porta p.-r --rut Kilaora. Jan ICth Mr.
; Ta air au'! rliilure i, Ilr U Marshall, alios Cliaaila rlain. Mr
arriaaa, Mr Rl.-au.l a its, A II rierrr. Cant Jaa Maker.
M Wtiti.lrrt" r--. tlr Wight and C .Ir.-t.
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I aaaak aaaary aaja tra I elf iae rr v taa
fraje ranrtnl Car UarCUiaaa, aairi. turn
tK Ian R-aaarta. which traraa to
tal at aarl parkarw aarwr
t IOC tnaa raT rarxo.
i MB win aAaa haaarr t jay aw ta aanrtaa , awalt-
Jmait fr.au Haaraii,
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f Jf j-, (f iirojMr. Oia.itflE F. Mrccccs btc1 5. mn,
ma tittwefTiTn&BU. hdJIiwI bm UteW rc-
Mdmf mi the IUU1 rtf UmfaH.
t Ii HHi I'i llaujluta. im t!ie miruic f th 1 ofJa
I urr Boc, Minffer lUoflitrf tf Mr. JHn DutKta, I year
I n l . month
fJO. kM lrrrMr f ftflliit.t and 1C
wf t j4fc bruadrlii tli- carr f
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ARBIVAL9 AT BaVAUAM llOTrt.:
A KtiKtf-1 A vilf, - iir Phiwii.;. Jtlin JUxm, Kauai
J ijmIc. wifr A Uaily, Citr VitMrflM, Iawti.nina
J W I -a - i m ,kr Uictit. llawM.i
t H Ivi, Sd PraUadKU J I' ir-;-i.it-r,
H It Iv-tin-.i!. Au-fia
A II ?t4-Ticr, Makawai)
. J L Kiciimrdtiin. Kaiiuku
! Frank llr ,,. Or
; U' Kkaw, ii(iaiitl
1 iIImhi, i;.ii'ti
Mm Ilaw-thtaf h, NTw YtH-k
m Cmmtim WjfN i t. U at Htl.. aitb a cwjro uf
lartU. t W fmK "X 4narl5 ia Ii piifcir.
a - M II. HJ ,.f
W II IImii i Rat York
Berttar t j: Krw York
Mr A Mn J 41 llnok-,
M J!T, Han KrociC"
I" 11 T WBfnU, Neiatla
Mr A MifiTwini-,
J K U ilJrr, CRjr
-lauiaW ImMT. nawafla grvrj grmim, yt&r
MWa mr Si. 4aa.T Wo cLtrflr i Ltunry j;i .!.
i..-r. Hid Mtt - Trv (vUia; nurf and
.- rt A- laafaTM. fsAw act QnfTtN will lake ra-
u (t afftlw Hawaiian Trealy. Itf
i far H?t. hr 5 at ark daa Ckta
War Steamck iJxrECTED. Tbc Iuliao eorTftte
Vittnr Fiaano la expected here darir.L' the cnmiUaT
inutitb uu her eojai from Jatiau m Guatemala.
Nettie Merrii.u Thla uew eraft rclnmed on
Toeaday mtirtjiiig from her first trip to L:ihnina.
Sue made '.he ruu up in eighteen hours and down iu
Maii. for San Fhancisi . Burk Mary Belle
Kjherth is loaded and ready fur sea, but owing to
Iheheuvy surf on the oar may not he able to learc
. til! to-morrow.
aa O'aaaa pMi are natdahlr at Va4
aa : nn r hut he rra art il
-: i. ia hood Dae.
uar anllaan pMuada.
cai aaal at il.alrta . aad f.ro.1,
! ia Uaiitrd at SaSS'ic
a . Alaat haaacr laac 1-, amard at Aaa ' ran
aaja tiaaa h aaanaartaw state that the datiea on
laaaw AaMkraaaaa, Ilea Wr eke
... I. aa- L.Ti-l.eJu
raw taaa. . iwaai I. a' lial aaJ p,
aaan i ai a. aa lajaaal Aw achaa asawa
I v fat ttl
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I li i aim f aaeaaar. reeUrvH the i "-d
aaaaaaaa. ahi ai aaaaaaaaw aj land: aad all arraat
eaaaaaa :..ail i twaaata tfiutrt, ataadanliaa
aaataaata eVrfaraaaal aff wwupa datypaid aa
aaafc r iala aaW raaaai; aaa awiaayi aaaallajaaT
aaaaaaaraaaiiaa laaaaaawaaaht lajaara. aaa aaad
I- 4-artaa. aaaa aaaaaaawaraa. aaa aaaj
a-an-aaa. af ..- raan aad altuaaai
araawaaw eaaat a aarrMRTahad
law ilka aaa raw f ,t i a .ur i
rapurta of special
ur rJur Uerald
lt sra-ou Uir
ajttaAA) Uma. and
a furaard fiutu
ar It, aara thai
wd U Aualralia.
; I' ''ti ti Jt laat
ara, ahrai made
I .1h inc lelt waa tv
t ta taw Cwllretorf vf
Unite 1 KUUea :
ird saeara and pyrapa,
raw aufai, are berehr
rdarad. rrCued auaarr,
raTreti.e prncaaa, eu
dit paid, tbrn ai,d
.Mind im r-flned white
saaauer twenty .taut. 1,
rt atfrrirn date l.aid
tSf The jurors are rcquntcd to eall on the Clerk
of the Supreme Coart at his office on Saturday
morning- between the hours of niue and twelve, and
draw their pay.
Kemovai.. The Fonnuin Kwtauraut and board
ing house has been removed to Hotel street, three
doors west of Fort street. Iced soda water on
hand, at all hours. K. C. Kihby, Proprietor.
The Weather. On Sunday night last the wlud
shifted to the southward, and has since been blowing
a regularly gale from that quarter, accompanied with
heavy rain. This morning the wind, and stonnv
ipeanuice of the ikiudicate that the Kviul is iuott
Death of K.t ki.kii.i On Sunday the lGlb lubt.,
occurred the death of a young Hawaiian ol the above
name, who was descended from the Maui line of
I chiefs, flis father's name was Kalull'Hiwai.am,
and his mother's Kalola. He died on liia 3Ut
J.jf- William, Bl.mrhard it Co. advertise the
three masted schooner Ikra, Miller, master, to leave
San Fraucisco tor Honolulu on or about the 15th
Miss Mostaoce We notice with pleasure and
pride the growing fame of this favoriteyoung artist,
whose first appearance in New York and Boston a
short time since was snch a decided sncccss. She
has recently been singing in the West where she has
won golden laurels. In Cincinnati, she made her
debut ss Donna Elvira in "The Rose of Castile,"
and her rcudition of that difficult role is very'
generously praised by the critics. The Times says :
" Miss Montague's debul was one nl I he pleasautest
events of tbeevening. She has an attractive presence
and vocal endowments of the richest kind. Her
singing possesses a nslunilm that charms the
seuses with itsvelvetytcstureand wiuniuL'SWeetness
of utterance. She has the power and Toice to lead
her hearers to rapturons appiecistlon, and wc anti
cipate great things from her operatic career. The
1 E'tquirtr snys, aflcr a brief sketch of Ihe lady'&
record in opera : " Her voice is a rich soprano of
great range cud power, under splendid cultivation
and control. The lower register is full and fine, and
the middle register actually wonderlul. She is a
brilliant addition to Miss Kcllog's Company, and an
ornament to our national lyric stage that will irrow
brighter and brighter for years to come. She has,
indeed, almost any future at her control."
Fires ot Kauai. On the 2nd ol the month
a little after eleven o'clock at night, the mill
buildings of the Princcvilllc plantation, Kuusl, were
discovered to be on tire. A number of the native
laborers as well as other residents of the valley came,
Uon the alarm being given, and worked under the
direction of Capt. Roes, the manager, but owing to
the large headway the lire had gained, they were
unable to accomplish much, and all the buildings in
eluding several of the trash-houses were totally de
stroyed. There was an insurance on the proierty
for about ten thousand dollars with the "Imperial,"
and "North British and Mercantile'' Insurance
Companies of London and Edinburg- Some of the ma
chinery was ol course damaged by the hc.it, but it
Is thought that part of it can be render
ed Ot lor service again. The tvoilers and train of
kettles having been full of water were uninjured.
The energy displayed hy Capt. Russ In making pre
parations to continue the work is worthy of the
highest praise. Before the Arc was extinguished his
men were In the mountains getting out limber for
new buildings. He was cuimgcd iu the late Civil
War, und there he learned if defeated in one battle
to begin at once to get ready to win the next. The
total loss by the fire cannot be less than $2.,000,
uot including the depreciation iu the sugar cane
now ready to harvest
On Sunday the 9th instant, the storc-honsa
of Chulsn &. Co. on their rice plantation at Hana
pepe, Kauai, was burned to the grouud, together
with a hundred bags of paddy.
l-tf The illustrated paper received by the late
mail abound with choice p ictures. The London
News gives the progress of the Prince of Wales in
India; while Harper and Leslies' commence giving
illustrations of tbc exhibition at Philadelphia, which
will make the preseul year's subscriptiou extremely-valuable.
.a. eavnt t. he eutaert t. the
i ..Ti.l i. a u.-au.u.iu
I . laa
rcial itean :
aaa wteaa. aa.iog the Week
trh eaaat awOarfc . earner ae.-inl,
tt leaajeai at tVallaaal. 8fcieneTe by
rasa a re4la.-ti.ai ia frenrbt. the rate
I a taataaw . ba-,& piaoed at the low
ia haaaaajaear fjiajtlliil a it tier free
Bjaaaaasltj i a iari Taai tw Use asark.l.
sal (a a dareet awt t the tbited
James Asthonv This man, who was for many
years executive manager of the Oaciamen'.o Union,
died In S.iu Francisco on the 4th of the present
' month. Under his management during the war
the Union became the leadiug paper of the State
and wielded a greater power, probably, than all the
; other journals put together. He also to shaiied the
course of the Union that it was the most powerful
Instrument of the great Central Pacific Kail-road
Foreign Legislative Candidates. It is highly
refreshing at the present time to see that patriotism
Is not wholly extinct among our foreign community,
and that there arc a few individuals who are willing
to sacrifice themselves by risking a defeat at the
j 1 la Isaesneaaaa aaalj bat u asaeiai i A wtaSa aa
charge of the "gallant six hundred " into the jaws
ol death. The following gcntlctncn propose to run
In this district Col. C. H. Judd, II. Sheldon, and
11. Waterhouse; in Kuolaupoke, It. F. Bickerton,
aud iu Koolauloa, C. Brown.
Mtt: i or tioot.i i.l .
lass IA taefcr aara gall a. Kaa.ua. It. an iraassAai.
... a.at i .a t f- .in Hai.a
Smw aKaSsaaatat. at alt I I aaa kal.w and Waiaaea.
II UlsSi Haas , tdsasa. I rasa k .aaals
eaaat ITI I I tsawraiaat. traaa Windward P.wta. '
t ataaat - as. atSa cataia XJi twra sanrar. S3 pea
haaaa 4 lap. s -tataea. 41 ha eadler. II rt.lb I
a--...- v i. a:- I paaU Masajr, at n
araarw. It ssaslls CSSM, 4 kef a Hah, IS baefca
ta anaa. Sajs laassa.
H ItlSetla -terrrll Osase. t .. Lahalna.
raw Mamas, tatsat imx, iraaa KawshwiU.
frane, tar fahslaa
n taa NaarUrwili.
: -Vti- V-tta. saemh.
It SrSar laajisa 1 1 Sat I
aaa essay Pa sail laaaa.-!..
1 e At t at' a taaaaa, kaauuv
- i . aa.aa.et t-aaai I
C-asVt iwui. N.ia I
i ana il Mwrrsaa
a;aa- t raaaaa t a. writ
Mu roxesian Mission. We are indebted to the
Secretary of the Hawaiian Boatd for the following
items of missionary intelligence:
The " Mornlug Star" arrived at Jelinty, Mar
shall Islands, Aug. SO MS, She left that island for
Ebon ou the 6th of Sept., and took her departure
from Ebon for the West on the 13th ot t list month.
All were well ou board the Morning Star with the
exception of Mrs. Colcord, the Captain's wife, who
was feeble. The missionaries, both American and
Hawaiian were all in their usual health and the work
was prospering iu that field. A li tter from Rev. Z.
Hapuka. dated Atuoua, Hivaoa, Oct 13th and 14th,
mentions the death on the 10th of Oct. ot a daughter
of the late Mr. Kaiwi of that mission.
M SI LlTra-V . kavdltur.
F I abaj Mjrwilil. IU
m tfntaaaMI ti ! Wlrat .
! . '. l :el-.:u d.Thalni.s
JLaa aa Haara raaaaa tat ma. taraj Isstist
tanars . fill c tea tntac hitwry.
ewenstiH li I.M,
Raaa art aW I al aasarrh
t f t
V. -. .. : . J 11 . ,.. I iiUIIUAl del
aa waaard CWe Staalaah snaMa mn d
m 11. li it aa tbe h Dec
tem tsar aaaaaaaa- mad lliarrl tbe beada at
.a..' - . basMSal it.'-eea.ii.a at Iilli.a i.
aasra ii aai saw sjnln asnaaalaat.tfae Threw fcinfe
taaat 1 t as taw atatt: thence stuede M
wathaT U A tvAla A. erba-b waa eatered at
I a: n..tn arat dai . after a de-
: t . ' . t ..i n.eot
at t f aa aait data sum a an.alrrs.lr
Wlllatfll ' ' -"'
kawOsaw atiA ana entered al SU '
Ian 1st await-
saw few s4i isaa
., : -
ah.a taaaal . I
-lestraal the Nam
Bilara lata ad at raaaaa on 3d.
pd Era a rather Qtseai il tbe
laajBaafkta V. tbt wind heme
ties is So a strong ftale wiUi
Loss op the Schooner Hattie. "Misfortunes
never come singly," and Kanai has apparently had
more than its share of disasters during the preseut
month. On tbe same day that tbc fire occurred tt
Princevllle, the "Hattie " owned by Messrs. Foster
A Co in attempting to get out of Nawiliwili bay,
lost her jib-boom in the heavy sea which was run
ning at tbc time. Her captain thereupon endcav.
ored to run her into the Inner harbor, but as she did
not steer wcil the struck on the reef. In t short
lime the waves carried her over it tnd she sunk In
two or three fathoms of water. She had 300 kegs
of sugar aboard belonging to tbe Li hue Plantttion,
which is of course a total lost. It Is thought that
the schooner may be saved. Mr. D. Foster left in
tbc "Marion" upou tbe receipt of tbc uews to sec
what can be done In tbc matter.
Crave stone Eixxjuencb. At wc were returning
home tbe other evening, our attention was attracted
by a small crowd ot Hawaiians on a street corner,
who were giving rapt attention to a fiery orator In
their midst. Said he, "How can we make our
KeprescnUlircs kecptbeir promises, tnd obey our
instructions ' From the time of Kauikeaonli till
now they have done nothing but deceive us. Before
election tbey have promised to help us, and iu the
Assembly they have been led
way and that Is there no law by which we can
compel them to perform onr wishes ?"
Voire from the crowd. "There it no law."
Orator. " I tell you there it ; it is the Master and
Servants law. TlieReprescntatlvcsareourscrvants.
We hire them for $250. If thev refuse duty we can
have tbeni tent over to prison.'' Guffaws from the
paasssaar testa a
a aaa taaat Ma
A a. J.
ass, Mrtaswe HII,i
I M I Sa.
- sa a . An la-.- a ' CM. --' M.dl.cri.e. J Mi
tVaaw Veeswesae nerte per eaawr Kebusra. Jaa
. IbM I Hal sejarl.
- : i la-.
a arbacb waa entered
east ia 1 days aad It
traaa rearhder. J M
ace. Jan tth at 4. li p
a... area at T-lVl P SA.
a. C ateasmgr hr Ack
I reafiil v i-4lt umt
ra, K 4U taBSJ kw
W rwt her tret part of
h tKt taw, Jaa 14th
-c at-'ttnajre. sit port
ant Ttaae frraje San
IT at S-S.'
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t. I.. .1a,n.
I. aaa. Jan 17 ih t-"
a ca eVwga. it pksw
Hlsa41aaeaj-r. SI ban
seas, ;aWg. attiiaajaj .
r . 1 atka Ctarw. S baa
i. SS aatn trijani. 1 1
anatra-d. Itc wins.
I ea atslli wr. 31 baa
t-isaaasaa nil W Caa at Maaa- aw aw. Jaa lath tad
taaaktl lilt SttsaWtel area, taatt lb. nasi. a. 1 ea aba
ettaa. I ca taw XC Iba aMaaaja, ItaSwea taalakhM. 1423.1 lbs
taasSA aMt tafc taaaaaassaa. 7 taU Swsaiajas. S tw pararaanl
ajea. mtm. aa. fssAa. iatf asor. 1 e laseaaaA kaokat
saw watkraw tea k.
. MM ft
ataaj fsa Braaata. Jaw tTlk lit Mas pole.
Microscopical and Nattral Histout Society.
This scientific association bcld a meeting at
J 11 o'clock A. M. on Thursday the 13th Inst
at which k letter from Dr. Harkness was read
by tbe Secretary, presenting specimens of California
leaf fungi to the society and stating that he would
like to procure from the Islands specimens of tbe
native edible lichen ; tnd also of tbe rust which
troubles tbe sugar-cane, and any other blight or fun
gus which may infest plants in this country. A
committee of three was appointed to respond to
this request The recent Introduction oft new in
sect, the leaf-cutter was mentioned by Mr. Derby,
who gave tome tceonnt of itt peculiarities, tnd
methods of work. The matter of birds was discussed
I w ith regkrd to the influence some of the imported
varieties have had in diminishing the caterpillar
plague. Tbc chairman stated that in addition to
tbe one cent per head premium paid by the Govern
ment for tbe extermination of the rice-bird, there
had been a number of sparrow hawks ordered, by
which means it was hoped the nuisance would be
abated. Some discussion followed in regard to
relics of Hie stone age of Hawaii, and a specimen of
stoae-ax of t very J IT jront pattern from tbe ordi
nary adze, waa exhibited : also a pestle-shaped stone
which wot formerly used at t weapon In battle, and
an oval shaped ttone tbe site of an egg pointed at
each cod tnd intended for a sling stone. Tbe vice
president of the Society, Mr. Green, said that (hose
having ttone-implemcnts, or other relict of the part
would cotter I grett bTor by lotning them to the
Masettm ; vet-) tmly remarkirg that while snch ob
jects taken singly were nothing more titan mere
curiosities, tbey become of great value to the student
where thcr can be collected in such nam ben at to
Illustrate the age they represent The Society voted
to procure a Spectroscope,
From the Colonies.
Earl v on the morning; of the 12th. the steamer
City of Melbourne arrived from the south in
place of the Colima, which, as we announced
last week, was temporarily disabled on her
voyage dow n. ,The accident occurred in S. lat.
8 Oil' long. 1C7 51' W., one week after
leaving Honolulu. Previously the vessel had
made a very fair run, averaging 2C3 miles a
day, her highest day's run being 277 miles.
We quote fr.iiu a letter of a passenger giving
an account uf tho alTair.
Adceland. N. Z. Dec. 19, 1S75.
Editor OtfETTn, Der Sir : We left llnn.'
lulu in the P. M. S. S. Colima Nov. 19, and arrived
here Dec. 13, 23 days passage. Our delay was occa
sioned by tbe breaking of the crank, on tho 26th of
November, an 1 after fitting a spare ono, which occu
pied three days, that ono broke in two places Decem
ber 2d while wc were at dinner. The noiie and the
jar occasioned by the thumping of tho broken crank,
was frightful ; one lady fainted, and many, if not all,
were more or less alarmed. After Ihe engino wai
stopped the alarm ceased. One of the cylinder heads
was so damaged as to ho useless. The ship having
an experience. Chief Engineer, he, with his assist
ants Worked night and day on tho broken crank, and
after five days started atoatn again, and proceeded
with but one engine. In the mean time we were go
ing comfortably along under sail at the rato of abou t
7U miles a day. ,
at,in tiSiw aaaa nanaa, .ac una aun iDgtlt, WO oS'I every
thing else to make tho voyage pleasant and cheerful.
Captaiu Sbackford and all the officers and servants
of the noble ship deserve, aud have the praise of all
Tho news is unimportant.
Stusev, December 3. The Postmaster-General,
in the Legislative Assembly, last evening, stated that
Mr. Forbes, ono of Mr. II. U. Hall' sureties, in Ibo
recent Pacific mail contract, had offered a large sum
of money to be released from his liabilities.
Daring a debate on the Pacific mail serrico tbe
Government stated that Mr. H. H. Hall owed over
3000 for overpayments and 00,000 for penalties.
The Loan Estimates fr tbe proposed railway ex
tensions amount to nearly three millions sterling,
and the sum of 50,000 is provided for immigratiun.
The crop reports from the country show that the
eolony will probably require to import a much larger
quantity of breadstuff, next year than for aoveral
The demand f ir postal cards in Sydney is greatly
increasing, especially amongst commission agents.
It is proposed to supply water to Sydney by means
of artasian wells.
Tbe largest land sale ever held in Adelaide took
place the other day. when 5500 acres were sold, rea
lising nearly 100,000.
Some ten-year-old blue gum trcos at Warcpa X. Z.,
are found t bave grown an inch in hight every day,
and ono inch in diameter daring twslvo months.
It is said that gold was recently found near Ingle
wood, Victoria, by two Germans.
Clever youths in Melbourne pat sixpences in their
mouths, and smoke tobacco for a couple of hours.
The coins then apicar like half sovereigns in tbe gas
light, and are made to pass for such.
The Fiji Times of Dee. 4th thinks that the action
of tho government in prohibiting the sale of copra by
the natives until their taxes are paid, is most unwiso
as interrupting tbe trade, which was rapidly growing,
and tending to encourage laxinoss among the natives.
In response to requests from the northern aud south
ern sugar districts of Queensland, tbe Government
hare arranged that Mr. Mackay shall visit and report
upon the central factory system of sugar-making in
French West India Islands.
Tbe Chief Justice of Fiji, on the Sfh of Nov, was
occupied in the Supreme Court in the case of Castles
vs. Berrill. The claim waa one of salvage for the
schooner Dauntless, that ran upon tbe reef some
few weeks since. The claim was made for over 300
in all. His Lordship decided there was no Admiralty
i 1 ii ri a.l 1.I i. .n with lh. ...I.nl ai.I.Pl hl.t llin aatna nnv
by their noses this ! ..obts ,e,tad in ,hi, . ' tb.,r .. fr.m
Koglaod. A verdict for 9 and 5 was given to the
plaintiff as for lost of anchor and damage to boat, in
juries tnd losses sustained in helping to get the vessel
The Sydney Morning Herald, of the ISth October,
states that Mr. Audley Coote, who returned from Lon
don by the Cyphrenes on Friday evening, and who
left for Hobart Town, via Melbourne, on Saturday,
is said to have concluded in England and France the
noeestary preliminaries for k eable between Cape
Moreton, in Queensland, and New Caledonia. It is
also reported that the promoters of this eable contem
plate another from New Caledonia to tbc Fiji's, and
that it is expected that the Imperial Government will
grant a subsidy for the Utter undertaking.
j Philadelphia, Jinusrv 7th. Internal Revenue
j Supervioor Foltun, ol this city, has received Inttrnc-
: tions from Secretary Bristow to proceed to Chicago
1 to attend the trials arising from the seizure of
1 distiller..-, etc., made by him iu May laat The
Secretary directs 'he Supervisor to be prepared
' with evidence for the prosecution of each person
Indicted, as no promise or understanding has been,
or will Ire made, looking to tbe compromise of any
case. Fulton will leave tbe city on Moudty for
Chicago, tccompanied by witnesses and ill the
evidence collected in tbc East.
Tbe Treasury Department has knowledge of tbe
fact tbal seven large liquor houses in this city bsve
been dealing in "crooked" wbisky. Most of them
have been colled upon to explain by Supervisor
Fulton. This gentleman states that while there is
no doubt that these honses have been dealing In
"crooked" whisky, ycltbcte is no positive evidence
that tbey did it with a guilty knowledge.
Salt Laee, Jan. Sth. Tbe Legislative Assembly
meets in Ibis city on Mouday. All tbc members are
Mormons bat one the member from Tooele county.
It is thought that the general condemnation of pe
lygatny in tbe President's Message and in the news
papers, may induce the Assembly to pott a law
abolishing tbe practice. The Mormon journals still
defend plural marriages as a religions rite; bat it is
pretty generally believed tluttCvngres will legislate
this session to suppress polygamy, and the opinion
prevails that the Utah legislators! onder the lorce of
circumstances, will take the Initiative.
-y- A story it current in Washington that Cardi
nal MeClcskty carried with him to Borne the details
of a scheme devised to break down the public school
tystam of Ibis country, and that, if il is approvtal by
the Pope, it will immediately bo put in operation.
Latest Foreign News.
By the arrival of the P. M. S. S. Granada
early Monday morning we have dates to Sun
day the 9th, the day upon which the steamer
left San Francisco.
Congress reassembled on the 5th, but has
taken no action so far in regard to onr treaty.
Vienna, December -J3d. A conspiracy against
the Christians in Turkey has been discovered, and
thirty-six Turks implicated have been arrested.
New York, December J7th. A London tele-gram
says dispatches from the aeal of war in llerzeguvitia
state that a gnat batllc took place Thursday htl
m ar Nltchltta, lasting nearly all day. Filleen thou
sand troops were engaged. The Turkish forces
claim a decisive victory. The fighting on both sides
was desperate aud tbe loose on both sides teverr.
Bremen, December 24th. Tbe Werer Zeitung of
Bremen, of December Slh, contains the f.illowlng
account of the capture and massacre ol detach
ment ol Egyptian troops uy the Abyssinians, briefly
reported soul-: time ago by cable: Wc have bad
news from Abyssinia of an expedition of about
two thousand men sent by the Khedive, under com
mand of General Arendrop, a Dane, to subjugate
ttie Abvssinians. Thev were drawn into ambush
and nearly every man slaughtered. General Aren-
;rop, and many oilier omccrs were literal I v hacked
to pieces ; their heads 6tuek on spears before the
Abyssiuians' tents tnd their bodies sent to n ild
beasts- Mackillap Pasba is said to be alive and a
prisoner. Of Colonel l.Vuth, the American, nothing
is known, and ouly one officer, Schweirtr, escsped.
Au expedition comprising 12,000 men, infatitrv.
cavalry and artillery, is to be sent out from Cairo
it limit delav, ami will, be joined by every American
officer in the Egypliau service, including General
Madrid. December tfath News has just been
received from the Phillipiue Islands giving the
details ofa dreadful huriicsnc on the KOlh of last
month. The storm v:ns particularly severe in the
provinces of Alban and Catuarines on Ihe Island ul
Lucin. Two hundred aud titty lives were lust and
3,800 dwellings destroyed. Many cattle perished
and the crops in all directions were ruined.
London, Ontario, December 28th. The Chamber
of Commerce has passed resolutions recommending
the adoption by tbe Government of a policy of in
cidental protection as the most beneficial for the
couutry under the present circumstances. Also fur
the renewal of reciprocity trade rchitious with the
Berlin, December 29th. Austria's project for
the pacincailou ol inu iurKlsn provinces, recently
drawn nil by the Prime Minister, has not been Sent
to the Great Powers, for reason unknown. It Is re
ported that while an agreement has been made with
regard Ihe control of the Austrian provinces, the
treaty powers should have known what uegotiationa
were pending between Austria and Russia.
New York, December 29ib. A special from
Vienna says the Secretary of Slate ol the United
States has transmitted to every European Govern
ment a circular asking an expression of views re
garding American intervention in Cuba, in order to
obtain data to be used Iu the preparation of Presi
dent Grant's supplementary message to Cougress.
All the Governments have replied satisfactorily.
England is ready to iudorse intervention at the
preseut moment, aud the other nations express will
ingness In support intervention, but hesitate to take
. London, December 23d. Bullion In the Bank of
England decreased iV)7,000 the past week. Tbc
proportion of hunk reserve to liability is -14;. per
cent Bullion withdrawn from the Bank on balance
to day, 117,000.
London, December 21th.
Earl Stanhope Is dead.
London December 28lh. Bullion withdrawn from
the Bauk of England ou balance to-duy, 17,000.
London, December 29th. Bullion withdrawn
from the Bauk of Euglaud ou balance to-day was
Washington, January 1st. When Cougress reas
sembles, Ltittrell will introduce a bill to carry Into
effect tbc Hawaiian reciprocity treaty ; ulso a hill to
extend the term n! Alabama Claims Commission,
and to allow Pacific Coast sailors to tile cluims uow
barred by limitation.
It is reported that the Ex Queen of Spain, Isabella,
is fatally ill.
Chicauo, January tth. A Tribune's Washington
spccialsays: It is believed that soon altera rettitm.
hliug of Congress a resolution will be passed culling
lor luiormation on tue cuoan question, aud that
copies of all reccut correspondence will then be sent
to Congress. It will then probably be seen that
tlic danger of war with Spain, if any has ever ex
isted, has passeJ, and that secretary rish has, us on
former occasions, shown bis ability to deal with the
most delicate diplomatic question in a manner that
will meet the approval ol all lair-minded persons.
One of the most reassuring signs is the fact that the
President continues to be guided by the advice of
the Secretary ol state, and there is almost universal
confidence iu Washington that the latter will not,
U N DERSICN ED
Has accoinuUtetl to rach an extent per tbe Steamer
" City of San Francisco !
That it neetla
-The Right Honorable
war necessary or probable.
Berlin, December 29th. The meeting called last
Monday by citizens of the United States residing
here, to give expression to their abhorrence of Ihe
Bremerhavcn crime, and to protest against tbe un
just comments of the German press, was held to
night, and was attended by two hundred Americans.
A resolution was adopted declaring the act of
Thomas or Thomasseu is in no resitect Ihe fruit of
American civilization, it affected the honor of the
human race, not that of a particular nationality; and
protesting against the unjust aspersions on the
American character which have appeared in some of
the derma ii newspapers.
London, January 5th. A letter from Ragnsa
says all information confirms the opinion that not
only is the Austrian occupation of the insurrectio
nary provinces determined on, but also some foreign
occupation absolute necessary as a precaution
against the most probable massacre of Christians
wherever they are unarmed and helpless.
Washington, Jsncary Kb. Senator Sargent pre
sented a copy of a memorial of various officers and
seamen ot American ships which were destroyed by
the Shenandoah, stating that they have been absent
from tbe country, and asking that the time for tiling
such clamis before the Alabama Commission be
extended. Referred to tbe Judiciary Committee.
New York, January 7th. At the adjourned annual
meeting of Plymouth Church to night Rev. Edward
Beecbcr, Chairman of the committee to arrange tbe
call for a mutual council, reported that it bad been
expected it would be able to give a full list of the
churches invited to participate; but Mrs. M on I ton's
counsel bad received no reply from any of tbe
churches invited, and at his request it bad been put
off. They hoped to be able to finish their labors by
Monday. Mr. Becchcr, the pastor, Rev. E. Beccber,
Rossiter W. Raymond ana Thomas 0. Shearman
were appointed a committee to represent the Church
before the Council. II. W. Bcechersaid they would
be expected to provide for members of tbe Council,
and a toot ion was carried extending the hospitalities
of the church to every pastor and delegate. The
meeting was adjourned to. til Friday e veiling, unless
Washington Jan. 8th. The 8enate in executive
session confirmed George H. Seward as Minister to
China; Ayres P. Merrill us Minister to Belgium, and
Cyras C. Carpenter of Iowa, as Second Controller
of the Treasury Departmeut. Tbe Senate confirmed
John A. Keyes as Postmaster of Visalia,
London. Jan. Sth. The Right Hon. Sothern
Bucknall Estecourt, who was Secretary of State for
the Home Department in I860, it dead.
H. v.. ii. i i vit i: aft int.; i n me.
GROCERY, FEED ST0EE and BAKERY,
Corner of King and Fort streets,
IV rHIIM'lI. (.Illt'l VV wad the SCIENCES,
by a trained teacher ol ten years experience.
Apply to C 1 C. ofllce ot this paper. S7S
A Few More
OF THOSE EI.EGXT CHROSIUS and OLE
OGRAPH PICTTTBKS, just received by steamer and
now oiiealug. For sale by
675 lm H. M. WHITXEY.
A SHIRT ACTIVE I. n AS CLERK, AD
DHESS lock box O Honolulu Putt office.
CARPENTER AND JOINER
ts.U'iirk Done Promptly. t
Kliop ou Fort &L. K-planaJc. opposite Hopper Barrel
I .oil THE CHROMO OF SARAH, can be
' procured through tbe uaderaurned.
Price j It, with gltM. B. If. WHITNE V.
CHELSEA LAUNDRY !
THE IMlF.BSreSF.U IIHIM, BECOME
Proprietor of this
FIRST CLASS ESTABLISHMENT,
la now prepare,! to execute all orders In bis line with
neatncea and dispatch.
tie wooid also say that be has speared the serTiee of
the irrner employees of tbe Laundry, which will be an
Thnt the Work will be ttjoroii-bly done.
And no effort on tus port will be spared to bxiiax the Laun
dry hi favor with the pubuc generally.
tsaT Terms moderate. JAKES BEKTON.
Ij BOIXSS A OO.
DECEIVED PF.Il El LOS, AND FOB SALE
-a a, oy
This TCleg-aixt Stool
CONSISTS or tlte FOLLOW1SU ELEUAXT
Ladies' Riveted Sole Leather Trunk,
Ladies' Riveted Bridlo Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Elegant Leather Trunk a.
Ladies' Canvas-covered Trunks,
Ladies' Statu Room Trunks,
Girls Toy or Doll Trunks,
LADIES' RETICULES !
In great rnrk-ty and In all culora.
Ucnt's Riveted Sole Ittather Trunks,
Gent'. Hhrcted Bridle Leather Trunkx,
Gent' Leather Trunks,
GcntF Riveted Leather Valines,
Uent'- Hound Edge Valises,
Gent'.. Black and ColoreU Leather Valises.
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Boston Valises,
Goat's Carpet Valises.
Ladies & Children's Manila School Bags
a BEAmF nil mm: of
13 oils TrTa.ril5Ls !
JUST TO HAND !
A Beautiful Line ot
GENT'S SHOE WARE!
Including the celebrated
CORK SOLE GAITERS,
Now so generally used In the Vultial Suites. This -Shoe is
I'erleetlj ttuter Proof.
A FI LL I.l Ml OF NEW STYLES OF
.X E3 W ELRY!
Ol on Kind anil Latest lle-i-ns.
Watches in Gold and Silrer,
Lockets, Locket and Neck Chains,
Chatalains, (leut's best Chains anil Guards,
Uold Ring., Diamond Rings,
Silver Forks and Spoons,
Silver Cake .1 Fish Knivos,
Silver Cutter Knives,
Sugar Shells, Ac.
Ladies you are Respectfully Invited to
IIVtMIMI THESE NICE UOODS
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
B , I KIM. .11 V ABSENCE from IIOSOLI'Ll
of lu ami li every due.
wL I'l KNHT will utteiiil in Ihe business of tli
t'lHistilate al tlie French t'liania-llier, between the hours
Kutriuicc mi fuiifhlMiwI Mtrei't.
t'onsnl ami Commissioner of France.
Honolulu. Jan. 11, 176. 674
INI! I S TO IM OIIM Till: IM'IILIC THAT
will (pave f.irN;in Fr.innani mi (hi- Ki-hriiary
Btcanier and le absent a few weeka, l.i i - .v. bair
work dan1, or any work In b?r line of hh-ih, will pleiwe
Itjve their orders with her M soon aa pofwihle.
Hair switches, curls, puffs, Ac, will be sold at less than
cost, to tuaku an Immediate sale.
A small ataortment of
Decalcomanie Painting Materials,
Buituhle for CarriaiEea, Boats, Itiuels of lHunt, Vast-a,
Ha Liu or .Silk Iln Cushions, Scrap Books. c. The arils
learned in a few uilmiu-s she will teach it fre of charge.
Mrs. Murphy would also inform the ladles that sho will
attend to any business In San Francises on small commis
sion. NO. 1 1 FORT HTHKKT.
... i lm
HAWAIIAN SOAP "WORKS
- It ' ' ' ' ' ' U
CK t T A UU.. Hi
Manufacturer and Dealera la
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS,
jLeleo, King Street, Honolulu.
Beef. Mutton and Ooat Tallow wanted. On I era and Bills
left nt Ira Kich-.rdoa'i Boot and Sboa Store, will meet with
prompt attention. 573 ly
Assignees; Notice l
GFSTAV li IT I' III,, I1IIIMI III SIMISS AS
Cabinet Maker, Ac, In RUo, Island of Hawaii, hav
ing this day made an Aasiftnment, to the undersigned, of
all hia property, for the neurit of bis creditors; all persona
havinc; claims against the said tlnstar Klttel are hereby
requested to preseut the some, and ail parties owing the
estate ore requested to moke Immediate payment to
W. H. KEEU,
Or w. F. COITWAY,
Assignees of the Estate or Uastav Kiltie,
niln, Tfavrall. Jan. A, 167. in 4t
THE I MM fiSII.M l II A MM. ItflllV AP
POINTED Administrator to tbe estate of tbe late
raebostlan Lanza of Kotuht, Hawaii, hereby r .quest, all
person., having claims eurainst said estate- to present tbe
some to him within six months, and all parties Indebted to
laid estate to settle the same without delay,
J. WIGHT, Administrator.
Kohala, December 27th, l tit lm
Columbia River Salmon!
JIN I' RECEIVER PER J.l.rilrilMll II;
In barrels and half barrels. For sale by
tSi C. BREWER A CO.
THIS IS TO CERTIFT THAT I WILL XOT
par any debts contracted In my name after this data
without my written order. W. II. WBIUUT.
Koloa, Kauai, Oct. If lh, 187S. 5Vain
ITIZi:S AND KFJiim.lVTS OF IIOVO-
I-L'LU, Visitmij Friend and strain,'. K-nemlly are
cord bail y invited to attt-nd Public Worship at FOIST T.
CHURCH, where Service are held every Habbatb at 11
o'clock A. M. . and 7 P. M. Seta ate provided for all
wno maybe pleased to attend. There la a Wednesday
evening Prayer Meeting at 1 o'clock, In the LecUirn
Room, to which all are welcome. 5-4 ly
A I'l Ml ASSORT IH!T OF LATE POPI'
LA R vocal and Instrumental music just received
cataltajues can be bad tan application.
7 lm U. M. WHIT laV.
Just Received '
PER BARK CEOKK. FROM HI 'ROPE. A
Urgw invoice of lbs BEST aUALITIEM,
Hnbbuck't Paints and Paint Oils !
St- BOLI.ES A CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
CALIFORNIA SILVER KK1X 0IO.S.
CAMFOIIIITA POTATO Ea.
Received per Hurray, and for sale by
in BOI.LES A CO.
C IS Jl'AX KILN-RECEIVED PER
klnbcrg' this itay, and bi perfect order. For sate by
May H, 1ST. BOLLE8 A CO.
And a rood quality.
BOIXES A CO.
-tA-O- ' II t VAX A SHAPE I
For Sale by
Bt E. P. ADA. MS.
REGULAR CflSH SALE!
ON THTJRSDAY, : : JAN. 20th.
At kalr-PMt A. SI- at Sralea Room.
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
. ASD ..
FANCY GOODS. Ac.
Fino Print, Muslins, Linen Drills,
Crown Cottons, White Cottons, Merino,
Violort Lawns. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs.
Harvard Shirt. Fancy Flannel Overihirtt,
By C. S. BARTOW.
ON FRIDAY, - - - JAN. Slat.
At IO a'rlwk A. las-.
A VARIED ASST. OF MERCHANDISE,
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
la ex "V7cr X s !
Turkish Towel fur Bathing,
markets, Whit Shirts, Amotksag Denim.
Amo.'keag Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliant,
Fine Tweed Suit, Bed Quilts,
Merino and Cotton Dndcrshirts,
Felt aad Straw Hats, Ladiea' Host,
Men's Socks, Bridles tnd Bit,
Traveling Bags. Etc.. Etc.. Bta.
Best Brand Kerosana, Card Match,
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
Soda Craekr. Clothe Pin. Ham.,
Bacon. Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Oyster,
Axt Handles, Salt, Wah Blu. Pain Killer,
AC. Ar. ate.
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
H. HACKFELD I CO.
BATE JEST RECEIVED TEH
GERMAN BARK CEDER!
A WELL SELECTED CARGO
AN INVOICE OF AMERICAN CLOTHING I
Check Caasimere Pants,
Black Doeskin Pants,
Diagunal Frock Coats,
Blue Frock Coat,
Scotch Tweed Ceat,
Youth's Scotch Coats and Pants,
White Duck Coats,
Strips Coat, Alpacet Coats,
Caasimere and Cloth Vests, Velvet Vest,
White aud Figured Marseilles Vests, Ac, Ac.
25 Barrels Salmon.
SS Sacks Extra Family Flour,
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
PER BARK 'TAFFARETTE
Ci AMIMIOK TH I liS. UIIIIINI. I II -IKS,
' it. v IVn, IVanut Oil, Banket Ten,
Manila Hope, Clilna IMhM, Fire Crackers,
GINGER AND OTHER PRESERVES I
A FINE LOT OF
siiL.it Bit J. "W r . sa .
AND A LAKUE ASSORTMENT OF
:i ikI.-i 1 AVootl Ware
And Other Chinese (food.
Nuuanu Street. (57a -lm); l. IV.
Christmas and New Years!
LONDON AND NEW YORK.
JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!
HOLIDAY MOTTOES AND KKLIEF
Colored Toy Bookt, cloth tnd paper.
Juvenile Book In great variety,
Game of Authors, new stylet,
Elegant Gift Books, (5 to t30,
Ladles Work Boxes, very cheap,
Manuscript and Stamp Albumi,
Diaries, &e., Ac., Jtc.
Quick Sales at Low Prices.
Cash Customer Can't Fail to be Suited.
571 3t H. M. WHITNEY.
OIL BLACKING. . a.
LEATHER PRESERVATIVE !
IX THE H Ohl.ll.
OU SALE 11001.1 I.l' BT
a v. 11DI.I.K- t co.
S. PINKHAM A Co.
Orders iviliri ted and promptly
471 ly v
GERMAN AND FRENCH GOODS I
CONSISTING III PUT Of THE F0U0W1IS :
A Fall Assortmeot of Prist, all style,
new tnd desirable pattern,
White Cottons, Horrock's Whit Long Cloth,
A. U. aad B.
Brown and I'.lue Cotton Drill, Brown Cotton.
Bla Cotton, Heavy Denim. Hickory Strip,
Bed Ticking. Turkey Red Cation,
Blu Flannel. Whit Linen, assorted
width and aualltic,
Water-Proof Cloth, White Moleskin.
Fine French Merino. Rp, Buektkin.
Fin Caiimer, Block and Bla Baoadelotht,
Linen ttd Cotton Sewing Thread,
Alhambra Bed (ailt.
A Splendid Assortment of Clothing I
Fancy Flannel Shirt,
Denim Jumper and Overalls,
Fin Marino Undershirts,
Cotton Soeki tnd Stocking.
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Fin Silk Umbrella.
Assorted Burlaps and Woolpaok, Sail Twine,
Imperial Navy lUmp Canvas, No. 00 to 0,
Hair and Cloth Brushu.from J. lioantll A Co.
Fancy Soapt and Utir Oil.
Shawl. Poncho. Plaid. Ndlwork,
A V lilt V rtTIaBi AJl0TJEJIT OF
GERMAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Stearin Candle, Ultramtriuo Blue,
Epsum Salts, Castor Oil,
acute; tt us, ..v. , a and ft.
Galvanised Iron Pipe.i and i ioeh.
Hoop Irun, , i, I tnd l iach. Rife!,
P. A P. Knives, Scissor,
CorksoTeWi, Tinned Spurs, Ait,
Wrapping and Printing Paper,
Paint and Oils. White Zinc, White Lead, e..
Caustic Soda and Palm Oil,
Hid Poison, Market BakU,
Broom, Cask and Barrel,
Cask Blacksmith' Coal,
300 Ton Best Steam Coal,
Also a fsw Music Boxes A Ragnlator Cloak,
A Fin Auortmnt af Havana Cigar,
English and German Ale,
Bavarian Bear, it qt. tnd ptt.
Champagne, Hidick A Co., qt. and pti.
Champagne, Thoreaa. qt and pt.
Rhine Winn, Claret,
Oin.in great boxes,
Stmplt now Opn at or Office, and Sal made to
Orders from Other Island Filled, jpt
THE COPARTNERSHIP EXWTHO BE
tmaea Wous C and Wuos Leontj, auder Lb Arm
name and styW of Wong A no., waa iUmoiv4 oa tbe lat of
October teat p.iateJ All oa Uridine accoaau wlB be
settled bjr Woug Leonf. Mr. Woof Co brtiig about to
lemre - coontr. WuNJ C I,
Uonotaln, Jan. 10. 197. WOX(J !.K
Ite ttnilerslirue I bavinx batiflit oat tbe
interest of Ur. Wont Co, lu the hueine, mrrU-4 '.n
at .to. lt K unarm Street, wUI herrater earrr on t..
same ba sinew, at the aame place for his own sole occonnt-
WOtQ LK- i.Ni ..
Honolulu, January It, 117s. tt 1
AKEW LOT OF THE LAVVKEVIF. I' AC
-.orjr an irnlmt of Number received per (. eylon
and fur alaltiw by (W) BOLfK-s A CO.
FRESH FROM THE FACTOBT OF ITO
Mc-vi URKA Y Co., reeeivtaJ pet Ceylon, In case
of two dozen each tMIO tMI-In one ajal two pound
can. For sale low bj (HI) BOU.E8 A CO.
H. HACKFELD ft CO.,
HAWAIIAN BARK R. C WTLIE,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS !
WHICH THEYIOW OFFER FOR Sill.
Groeenei, Hubbuck' Paint Oil.
White Zine, Whit Lead,
Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre,
Caustic Soda, C. C. Tin Pitta, Sheet Lead,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettle, Sheet Zinc,
Galvanised Tab. Fence Wire,
Belted Iron, White Bros' Portlttd Cot,
Gor.By Bag, Barltp Bag,
Printing Paper, Petroleum Barrel,
New Oil Shook,
Boutelleu A Co'., Brandy, ia git, eat to foar
Boatellea A Co'., Brandy ia Cttkt,
Gin ia Case,
Window OUt. la.. A., ia. Wl 3m
More Lime !
nOLf.lt A t o.. HAVE EECETVEB Mr Ik
D - Marrajr " aad at. B. Xobeets,
aoo Bttrrela Beat CalifitraU
x,,., ii aTft ia. ssMal tl aaajraat
w wtU kot tie C2a lif aDOLD la tksa artleas.
alirurnla Potatoea aad Oaloaa I
A maU quantity received per the " Murrey."
tea- yor-aJ.br IKjLL&l A CO
MEET CALIFORNIA OAT HAT Tor tel. by