,,Wj, lltU Its. THI RAH kttVKt
CrraX Mus. S"w SMth Wale, ud Hew
- anal i MM( Mr th Msa,aaa liim,
ra. - itr TBir rmox lakpov
! li I
m r su, 4 i
Wa- Xa- 31 tf t'M
li- ft law SB r J Ayr 5T.
1 Ut J V.. r la, 14
Jaa I Jin WJn 14 Jai 21
Jaa bh tajala fc Jwl. 1
Jar r l( 13 t I t 1
SJ r Jft -Nr ir -Ti I-
awa tl.Vt I Ort I4arl 11
Enropetn Correspondence Ho. 9.
Far 8riit par btikad ,, Marrb Mb 4 K J1m
rrcr i Franritrsi par M.I.A' Martth-Mr lliinilrrand '
wile. Mr. 0 K WOitom., M Tga Plata-, Ilia Attwood.
Lap! 11 , Mr Walt.r. W J Mar-aaber. K S Mn. Mr :
Omia. Mr 14iiii, T M Blair, II K Haat. asd wife, 'Jamea i
v. irt M-annC wile. Mr. la--mat, C, t 1- r r. O Taaalrr, ML.
K 1 rarrtharn I V Olajr. Jno Millar. Mitchell, Cat, Orator.
J Pa raw a X Rraat. Itobt Moor., WJ1 Wllber, E ,
Baralrr. J C Ikml
fna B ladward Farts par alair Kilaeta, Mar 11 E
Lrarttt, w-tt , said and atmnt. Mn A L Stoat, f Urania,
MM Warland. J Spr.cklra. Mr Arwna. Mr Withe aad wif,,
Attar.. J Rotartaoa. W H-raKart, Mlar L Waaarobrrt.
Mr. W Bailra and arrraol. W H 8har.lt
For Windward rVwtt prr attar aCllioee. Mar ISte Cor J M i
Keneae. r.J C H J Odd N Vila, wll. aH JrAUIdrea. Mn Boyd.
Ha h .;. J.dia Wlkiar. K L fuad. Air J Fa a!. Wai St., rr.
Mix. Ha r p Hart. J L Rart.arde.a. J T Wetertroaet Jr. J I
;.r-..lr- Vv T Sfcarr-il Matae, Wl.l.. Caaa Oratar, Mia
, Ha K L Katnakau. and about Si clack.
i . - ! Shi city, Martlii. of at.aailani, Mr A W tjaBSJa
a aatire of tbr fftatr f Maine, a raa.iila.nt of Iheae island. fir
Urr a-: :.. a.,ra. sated V
la- It Jaa
See It Jaa rati
S Jaa 1
S Jaa al
a Jaa taaaa kra X art.
Tarr nrcm ram alia
Jew tw tarty 3-a" i
a 4a la tax y
Bat Btaaaa Iia
akn lidal uta a
Ba IT aar la Bar 3
Bar aaOkar IXtBar
a-raaarf a akar aaarv
I' r f
I '. ' 1- ala- 'J
V. f Ui IT Mar M
Apr d Aaa- U Apr Z
Mar 4 Mar II Mar XS
Java 1 Jaa v Jan Tt
Jaa 1 Jala I Jiilr Bl
4 Aac IT
aaa 14 tn 1 laBd It
-aH 21 "a-ft S Oct It
avt raafcrt IT a. 'or
Bor Id Bor X4,krc
Abbivals at Hawaiian Hotel :
N D Wrtrht. Krar Tort: C C Hanlla; A aifr. Waalilna;-
LrwaSr unaa. Karl Lai. DC
Joan taaaa Adilill ' E B Lapbura. Raw tto.lf.-d
Fir BaataMa Ban;. Malta-aim. J Wi:!.inun A vile Han Fran
Aafraatu. Mnrria. ttdnry ciacn
LOaatoa. PiiiladrliJila iMra M P Drntnaii, Oallfbriila
Ma ray. tjdnrj 'T Ikaicrra. M U Krar Turk
J W Rricarll. Daaadia Cat J Krrnaii. bk Jaa Allan
L LaaTarorihr. Maachratrr F v Oladr, 8au Franciacu.
Mr C J Tailor. Aaeklaad :J W Uaoaua. an Fraari-ro
Mra TartTA farail). Aockland B" Cbrialopbi-r. 4aialui
F II Kixirra. Maul
J K Canrrrilla
' Fraak I 'toll, S.aa-ja
I J W Olrrln. Maarl
' HU Be u LOrran. City
T H Blair. Baa I r .,, ,.
I - Bakrr.
II H llaala A aifr '
Mr A Mr.- 1 Laaaitl, Naar
Mrr A i Stnoa, tan Fraaciaco
iMrat MraT MantWa -Mlr.
I J USraiklra. "
;Oait N - llayri, hk Or ward
J L KirliardaHj, Kahukn
n of ini: kek.
C IVr 14 tnr UJali
iter. 1 net.
I Jaa It Jaa ItaFaaV
IW Burk D. C. Murray Milt to-morrow for Sin
Francitco, aod will take tna.i.
aa laaaaik vm arr aaail atraroara.
14 Baajra ta-rraoaa to tbr tiara tat for
Bj Ut Maw. (,r tir Moatb ef Martk 1IT6
ratr.I II rarr Hliimltr. Bajua
Llll BEAN TIME
TIME fCB Bl'IBii ABPSATTIJiO
tart, faaa Baaaaa . IB1U Aaa fall .
ai a. a aaa IT aa . . . far tto-a ....
I tot. Baaa Baaa. a HA aa ...SaaO-u...
Sdaad. fkaa Mlara. . i S an . . .Saa .Vatr . .
Jaw Faaa Juaaa t U t MB. . Can rVta
anaa to I aaa ... jaa a-a ...
11 i& ra
I 41.1 ra
I At .j ra
. t dO A AB
.( 07.0 ra
ai o ra
t OAa ra
.1 OA 2 ra
t 10 f, ra
t-JT- Bark Mary Belle Robert t
Sal Frauciaco till after advices
tba-occ perliapt tru daft Lence.
will not leave for
arc received from
fJjf Steamer Kilauca will make a circuit trip
arouud Hitwaii next week, afler iiicu fbe will be
laid op for two weeka to orcrtianl macbincry.
The Fibt Whales The wbalethlp Cornellaa
Howuuid arrived on Wednrtd-iy laat from J erulae,
witb 180 bbla. ol rpcim; alnce tben tbe Jamea Al
len and Onward bare arrived.
Mama M -arikjar ad tar aaa
Mar- . . Ta0B
Taaa. to a-a-aiaa-. aabw-uratioa J AtS AW
Kaaa- A aa
Baa Jraa, aarta. -r tHani Mikado Fab t
aw Tar " tlt-rrad-ir Frb 2S
Baar Tar.. T aaail Frb If
i .a n aaliaxia-aaie.. Fab 28
,- aa i ja.li rata ,
H ' '
'.VrL ri ". MAR' S 1A 1J7C.
- - taaa am,a af law aaail atr.aa.t MRuaVi froaa Saa
fin 1 1 i il ll 1 n I Aa, wr barr no taratfa
T to.. br .utl.i .'....ol 1.
I U lanatirr ft tAia placa. iaartiif
i aa T ae ac ti.. ma.
ward., tbrr. abalarr barr arrirrd off tbr
, l. ll. Airli. Tl.-r arr rblpa
a, lb lav bUa apa-rm oil, tba
. K-wuar and Oaward Ilarar. both rlama. Cap-
raa taar Oaiarard barr aaa Ca-rtajo Lnpkani
. af ttar aaaaato rraarl ) takaa -..n.ni.nd Tba
aflaraba wrato-w II ;ai. baa brru tranibipprO aud
(aaa Jaraaard I- tbr bart D C Marraj.
, .. .via tida; f.a- tbr north.
- A-r-. uada Ba art aaf C-aa-Taaa, aba will br prr-
I aa i aaA (br Aaaaanota Sax aad rag iatar, whicfa aba
aa-ar ajp tiikaj tbr lata war.
JaarA t) C . Marraf laaaraa t-.ao-T.-a (Tharadajl for Saa
araaaaakaa. datiBid. ballna of awwdaar rrfu.iuc to abip
aa tbr aborr purt.
aa i A n t aanaaa
Jaan. aaraaaaraAo-, V Iwa.iau
l a, .-, a. a.a a, ..J
Bark Ma -a B.-lr Bxabawtr a4l aarart
liaaoar- todaa. In Alia.
I . 1 Iitol
al aaaa aa aba ta-arar Ur
Jaaak M f.-i. ra.
lar tba. arato auA a au
A Oa, awwau. will load for Victoria
r bacda of tbr abip carpactarr
lad fraaa furt Gaarbtr FrbraarT TAtb
aw ad I to Harkftod Cm
. Bjr a arr rtv:ii daily tba Bntl-li bat Albar-
. wit. fruai Ararrartlr aoa A fit data oat.
Harnry arr Uaakad for anon
yacbt Attoiaw. Oaptaio Bobarta.
. . a ,
aaa Baa Fiaanlar ajar ibr
K w-raara C aaaa
i . al a'ltfi t-a ll" SB Mikado aarr
r arr rxtract tbr lolK-wi
-..v.. .v . .. raararda .wn- import trada, rari
ajaalr aBaataaaaa m aw to Iw aaad. O
, 1 r
liar at-ark. ol Cataw and
taad r-raw pat-lira, (far ala aooUu
to l awtraal A-aarican Cafar a aaaa
ZJc. ahilr liualriuala
a. t-aaar i Tkar i
ariiaaat Baa Caata
aac taauraa a aa' H al
I, a.- -. a-wAaa, tof
MM MM ill - T. - L-t.-r. .'.il lo ,r.O,r a -ry
awarVaaba aw-a K aaw laaa rf a abap firaa-d.iij tor cara-o.
li ra au
i. Bar. Tbr prior of prtaar
Ir; fair l.-l-aaai, : Wkitr
I at..: IV Baa aa.. Cliiomia Itoboara will
Baal i,r,-;-.i auppna-a
Barn III idta afdadaa art aarr) frrw. Miaad talk at Ac ;
B. 1 iBaa, dk . Ma. I a. a,t : MaaraJiaa Tabla. TJtMJJr.
Waal I I all I llll II boararat aad aaoat aalaabta
raw :-,c Ear aaarr, aVjr.
aaaaapr M tbr FaB-tabaf(
Hunolala to Atbaria U
. ism arill br dar aril
JaF" Mr. 8tillell, wbote departure we noted
latl work;, did not leave, at we were incorrectly
informed, without t Ctutom House paaaport, but
be did leave without a paaaport Irom Ilia creditors.
lF" There waa a tpi riled tale of bortct held at
Mr. UoWFett'i paddock on Saturday lait. Attended
by four hundred pertona, when nearly one hundred
horaea belon-rine to the Meek estate were told at
auction bj Mr. Adama. Good priced iccnerjllj were
realized, and the agrci-atc of the talc unounted to
Toe next Mail may be broui;bt cither by the
tcbooner BonauzJ, which Mr. J. H Black baa re
cently bought in Sau Franciaco. or by the yacbt
Azelinc belou-riug to Mr. M. K. RobertJ, owner of
the bark Mary Belle Roberta, Grace Roberta and
otber Teaaelt ou thia coaat. Both of thete acboonera
were to leave for Honolulu at toon ja definite
Dwa Arrive from Waahington with regard to the
Treaty, and may be expected next week.
tf Doctor K. M'Klhbln, Senior died At hla mi
deuce in thia city on Saturday afternoon laat, at the
ripe age of eighty years. He had lived here many
, years, and waa beloved by all who knew him a
truly good man, and a devoted aincere Chrittlan.
He died at he bkd lived, full of hope and faith.
" Tbr good taau'a time to dla at Ituf-tb arrival ;
Bttrdrnad Willi many yrart and rlpr fur dratb ;
Calttly ba wailr the Draarntrr'a apiroach,
To baar bitu to hit fiual raatina placa."
Wai it the Vabuka? We clip the following
Item from a San Frauclsco paper :
M On the latt paaange of tbe Granada from thit ji-ort
. to Honolulu a wreck was discovered about 450 miles
Donbeaat of Honolulu. The reaael was apparently
broken lr, two. One of tbe Granada's offlcera
thought he recognixed the wreck as the schooner
Varum, lost in a gale, with a load of lugtr from
Honolulu lor tbld port."
It it poedlble that the officer was right In hla con
: jectore, but we are inclined to doubt. The Varuna
left here iu January, 1875, in a gale.
Thanks The thanka of this community are due
to George F. Hopper Es-q. Superintendent of tbe
i Foreign Department, New York Poat Offlce, who
baa aeveral timet aupplled at bisown expense, m lad
ing pottage atampa tor lettera patting through hla
bandt, and destined for these ltlanda, which but for
: this act of ditiutereited charity, would bava beeo
coaalgned to tbe Dead Letter Offlee. By the laat
mail twenty-one letter came to which be bad affix -;
ed atanipt, and by the previous mail tberewere at
least ten. Mr. Hopper it a brother to J. A. Hopper
tsq. ol tuts city.
Ekratum. In tbe published address to His Majes
ty, ittued in our Supplement of last week, there
occurs a mitprint, or omiaaion of tbe words, M which
while necessary for the industrial interesta of the
country in tbe paragraph commencing "what
action indeed !" wbich should continue to read
tbua " why we have procured a fewCbiueac male
laborers, and we are expecting a few hundred more,
which while oeceaaary for the Industrial intercats of
tbe country will add to the present disproportion "
etc., and it so reads in tbe manuscript copy present
ed Hia Majesty. Toe name of E. Pre ton, omitted
in tbe published list of namea is subscribed to tbe
address laid before His Majesty.
Lake Lrcrawx, 8witei.amo. Jaw. 1S7S.
Drab Gaiette : I eaaaot get away from Laka
Loctrnr yet. It was then I really oaf aa to saw beau
tiful Switaarlaad, and I am still lingering ia mind on
the Rigi, though actually far away froaj it. No woa
drr tba Swift arr the most hotoesiok people if tha
world whan absent from the land of their birth. Af
ter only a few weeks' viiit in their country, I shall
with I alight spend every rata mar her. I know peo.
pie who do that, aad never earn to go elsewhere on
the eoetiarat. The Eeglish lady with the two hoys
whom aa tact at our hotel oa the Rigi. it one of them.
It was here I 6rst tea the " Swirt cottagwt " that
look as if only enlarged from tbe drawing bookt that
school children are to familiar with. Here I roamed
from morning till night to And new delights al rrary
point. Here I had the pleasure of receiving aad an
swering my Irst Island letters. Here I attended two
qesat Sunday serrioes ia the Kalthad parlor, aad
here, at tbe old gam says, I mutt break through.
We went up to Kaltbad from Viitaaa oa the lake,
by the frightful railway.
I bad my with and returned to tbe lake on foot, a
walk through pleasant Ge!ds, and tempting orchards.
It is charming to travel when you do not need to
fix your times, aud you may plan and uaplan all you
like without taroiog ererylhiag topsy turvey. St
tbe happy thoaght struck us on our walk down the
mountain that it would be nioer to spend onr night at
iodi otber place than Lucerne, where we had already
Accordingly, we made a pleasant trip to Brunnen,
where 1 again had a window that looked out on the
lake. I took a eup of coffee at our late dinner, and
if I romanced through my pratent letter orer the
beauties of that moonlit lake si I did that sleepless
night, I am sure somebody would wish coffee had
never bean invented to keep people awake.
Tbe afternoon sail was lovely, or rather the shore
views were. Autumn wai just beginning to scatter
gold aad crimson among the trees ; the stately firs
stood sombre above the splendors beneath ; pictur
esque villages nestled up against this variegated back
ground, in unsuspected bays and curres, be'iind tba
shelter of fine, rugged promontories ; ohataaux peeped
out here aad there, and new mountains reared their
heads on the distant burizon, and again and again one
was led to exclaim, " This it perieot I" Tbe suoset
gold gar place to the moonlight's silver ; the wares
daneed aad sparkled ; tha start glowed in a blue sky ;
gay parties rowed, singing, about the lake, their merry
talk and laughter sounding up to my window, and I
sat watching, and wishing I, too, waa out in it all.
Iu tbe morning, we returned by boat as we came,
and approached Lucerne again to take our good bye
of her towers, her river, her bridges, and find our
boat for a place with a jaw-breaking name, where we
should take diligence for a half day's ride. Tbe boat
on to which we changed had to pass through abridged
strait shortly before landing us.
What was my surprise to see, on our approach, a
j portion of the bridge rite up into the air. It nodoubt
I rested securely on its hinges and supports ; but, not
withstanding my confidence in Swiss engineering, I
confess to some conjectures as to what would happen
if that trap door should come banging down oa us.
I had considerable ouriosity to see s diligence with
its various compartments. There were three or four
Latest Foreign News.
Br tha MTiTal of tbe .t-jiiner from San FVncico
on T barf dar tba 9th iott., after a paMaga of tight
day. and eighUin hoar, we at plvcd ia paataMion
of tbe following items of newt.
WdtaBiHCToy, February 18th. The bill reported
farorably from the Committee oa Cml Servie and
Retrenchment to-day, ia regard to tbe President'.
aUrr, provides that from and after the 4!hof March.
1877 H shall ftxad at $25,0 par aanaaa .
Chicago, February 77th. Tbe Mutual Life Insu
rance Company of New York have eommewcad suit in
tha United States Court against Orvilte Cronkbit.
their local ageut here, for $20,000. The amount of
bii alleged defalcation it $16,000.
The Treasury Department during tbe month of
February iff Led $.12. 1 Si in now National Bank ear
reaey. Eighty per cent, of the abora amouat, or
$32V,74S in old greenbacks, were destmyed. reducing
the ouUtanding greenback. eireaUtion to $370,942. 392.
The Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims to
day completed all the caw under tbe second call,
and within a day or two all tbe decisions and judg
ments, up to the 22od of January will be certified by
tba Court and submitted to tba Secretary of State,
in accordance with, an Aat of Congreaj, passed at tbe
present session. Tbe awards will be certi6ed for pay -ooentby
the Secretary cf State and the Secretary of
The Uaited States Supreme Court this morning de
livered an opinion in the case of the United States on
the relation of Morse et al. ri. Union Pacific Kailroad
Company, affirming the decision of the Uaited States
Circuit Court for Iowa. This settles the question for
all time to come, fixing the terminus of the Union
Pacific Kailroad at Council Bluffs, Iowa.
The Committee on Foreign Affairs examined to-day
James A. Lyon, the original proprietor of tha Moot
to, from which the Bmma mine was made. Mr.
Lyon's testimony was cot ooneladad at tbe adjourn
ment. He produced a letter from ex-SenaturStewart,
written before tbe shares of tbe Emma mine were pat
on tbe London market, in wbich tha Km in a mine 1 1
characterised as a worked-oat mine. A letter was
also produced from Mr. Park, who said be was for
making something out of the mine irrespectira of
what waa in it. Mr. Lyon also testified that Stewart
had offered $20,000 to .Senator Morton if ba would
f ecu re tbe removal of Chief Justice .MeKean. of Utah,
who, it was charged was interested in miaiag eases
which be was called tc pass upon judicially. It does
not appear that Senator Morton ever accepted tha offer.
THE BF. Al'TiFr L
Ha acnmalattd to snrh an extent per the 8teamer
City of Sal Francisco F
That It needs
JOBPKIVTDR. Pi:RBti:T KMI'MV-
PKR.SOVN M IJ.HI Mi TO I.K K SI M.I M..
can bear of a competent Teacher, on reaaonable
terms, for eveologa. Call at toe Office of tha paper.
AdJEBTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT I THE
Bank of Meesra. Bishop dt Co., No. 3,143, September
IS, 1S74, for tbr sum of B2O0. Payment baa barn stopped,
aiid tbe finder Is rrqueated to retarn It to tba Bank
French and German.
AW KXPERIEXCED TEACHER INTENDS
to open an afternoon French and German data.
Parents .1. rr : thHr children to itudv rlthrr one or both
of the aforeaahl laneaaaes, are requested to communicate
by letter to A. Z., at Mr. Whitney's Book ttore. (Ss3 2t
THE WATER RATES FROM JANUARY
1st, 1876, fpayable In advance.) to July tat, 1176, ba
ins; now due, all person, bavins A'ater Rata unpaid are
requested to call at my office and settle prevtout to the
3lsi hi marcn. mat oeiiiir tne end or the Klacal Year.B)
va .ua i...,........,...i.i .wi picuiiriiian tc cut olf wuhout auy furUier notice.
H. P. HOWf.AnD
aad all .in. Ibr Balletia aar. ;
414 aar neat. There rs aa actira da
ra irr 1 ' av w,
1 is aleedr at Ilia lata dr
. arr twin, drawn al V aaf
: aaw aaaa C .li.UT tatSka, ear awaaC; Tslajrarti
Taaaafaaa. I Bar taask. 1 EBB atatBt Aaadaa. 4atA4tamf C
I laaaflitB ias WTB 'aad dtaUdt4ttW far Cw-arerckaTtdlk
; Sirrar bars. i. li par eeat diaconat ;
B aar aaa diacajM I Trade laullara.
Is adsrawd al 24.t?3Va
eat '. ajaaa
T Jr HwtWwOlal'l.l'.
rM?Mikadi Moarr. I day. Ana Aaa Fraawaaoa
aaa aat at Jaaaa. A Baa. B fraa a craav-
I Bias aware SBtaa. Paaaa. Jrasa Bala
V tsarraa. Aaaaaaaa. ttvm tiiwokat.
T -B r ' " Ukaiaa
AA-twaar A taaaa Maretaaat. fraaa BTiadaard Porta.
Braa aatta. Falaaa tr kawtliarai.
Baar Mi tat . Lialu i. Jraaa Eoloa aad Tslatas
Jttke SaaaaSa. Staaa. Skaaa RAwa
E 1 M r M MRikaAa. Mawwr SVw twratarr
Jksar Jaaaas. MaUaaa- far Aaaa aad Aaa.
Ma aajrjtjaeaa. i taaa, fcataHaa
11 -tartar r, aaaa. Aaa. Ear Aaknli
Am AB R Akary. Filial I
Baar Maa Maarai, A a. a
. f.a Vawaria.
. far TdolotaL
I C ill
taaraa. laaaaarv Jar Kaaa aaa "a
Wt, f w I
Old Servants riy Goveknsient. Mr. Brickwood,
tbe Poat Maater General, baa been for I went y one
year, come tbe 18tb of tbe month, in tbe employ of
(be Hawaiian tiovcromcnt, and during nil tbat loot;
period be ba out been outside of tbe city of Hono
lulu. Sack assiduity Is rare in Hawaii nei amooj;
1; v, 1. merit employee. Mr. Jarrett, tbe Clerk of
tbe Foreign Office, it another example of loos: and
faithful service, be having been In tbe Government
employ -rer alnce 1845. It would not be in un
graceful act on tbe part of tbe eoniiur Legislature
to penal on off these two irentlemcn, and allow them
to retire from active service and spend tbe remain
der af (heir day in tbat leisure to wbicb tbeir loog
tervict entitle tbem.
Steameb Mikado. Tbia boat arrived off the har
bor about four o'clock on Thursday morning, the
9tb inst. from San Frauclsco aritb tbe mails. There
being a paateoger on board sick witb tbe meatela
tbe was not allowed to come inside for several
boar. About aloe o'clock hc was allowed to en
ter tbe barbor, and land and abip freight under such
restriction! at the Board of Health deemed nccca-
aary to (be public welfare, while tbe infected party
was placed in a quarantine. Tbe tteamer brought
orer thirty passengers for this place, who were al
lowed to land after tome Belay, but (be tbroorb
paaeengera were not permitted to cone ashore. She
got away between seven tad right o'clock P. M.
with a fair amount of freight for tbe Colonies.
! T alaaraa. ?V'aaaar. In flat
1 W S stai IVaaaa atatAaajjBjj.
aataSSactart tartar. Wkataay.
Sayan af ATS JJAtad. S Haara. pawn lir LaB Baa
BaaaaBar awA J'SSv. adsk taw Aaa 1 aaaa aad Kea Aaaaaw
aaa. ta.ar.1 laaja raj alaail Araak -ala. from 8ST
at HJ1 saati 1 il 111 B' aaa aaaaaUt aaaa waa tc
aareaataaa. I aa k lajs tl.11 tat a
I M alii oaajt aTtaafa kaaatl dnilaj ll at mni
Baaa. tat aaara la all waa das aaaaarwaat aritb laa aaf,
aTwfaa- i aiMtkyJai Raj iBaraaaataaC Arrirad
II rar.aa-Bt aAttsa B Ttkaiaia, Parwa
ta Jaa hSAaa akaaaTsJ attta JI K. Maj'adi at. ra.
Edwabd S. Baker. Tbia gentleman, who came
down on the steamer Mikado, la tbe special corres
pondent of 7V Atlarrai af Ootilomi. a monthly
devoted to toe lj.ltl allatal, jBlaing, commercial,
and ottterlutrriTata oftbe Sute From s brief In
apectiooof the number for February, handed us by
Mr. Baker we concluded (bat l( it conducted with
ability snd enterprise, snd fornltbes a better ides of
the vast and varied capabilities of tbe country than
anything else printed. Mr. Baker will alto corre
pttod dariag hi suy here with tbe S F. Gknmidt
and tke K. T. ariaftaa Haatfy He expresses him
aelf a farorably dlappoiuted la what be baa thaatfar
asea of Hawaii, and We trust that bit Brat favorable
impressions will be endorsed by his subteaatnt re-
I 11 t--Jt,T Ai bj 1 da taaaa riatkrae. 1 et
iiiiaBBa las bbmm 1 As aash " in yia l'T"
stta. 1 eat aaaa a a 1, a aaaM Eiaa
s aad aSSa, Bl at teak, t BS jaaajlrlr.
I faaa aatosn. ta
taarar. It aaxat
lliaaAtt,Allal,lltl III I. IraBart, H pkaa
t aVliavAe.aatar.fc II da taota. 1
Wanted, a Curator of Icbtbyology. A native latt
week caught la the harbor, an brought to our of
ten a email tab which appear to ba a et ranger in
theae water, for no one, native or foreign, has yet
been able to Identify 11. In length It It about foar
lack ct. and ill body nod flos Are betntlfully marked
with black spots and patesaaa. But tbe moat tinge
lar feature about it its broad, wlngUke ventral an,
jast Buder tbe gills.
SfMBklag on tbit sabject rcmlndt na of another
apecsasatfaeh aoaeiimes canrhl here and told In
tbe tBtdkat, called by tbe natives PmUL It is so sp
parent Ulastratios of tarS manner la which a change
ol circumaUncea will alter tbe forma of snlmal life.
Tbe flab is tat Snd swlmt boritonlally in tbe water,
and lis aye is on tbe lower side of tbe bead. On (he
upper side la s akrbtlat and imperlcct eve. which
waa however ondoBbtcdly good and serviceable at
tone distant period, under otber circumstances.
There WeoaMthiac abott the oaeaided appearance of
tbe moatb wbicb Utat to tbe imprewion that the
ah at 00 tunc aaraaa ta a piapiBdlialsr posltftM.
What sob of ScaTDCt wUl iBTcsllgtU tbess things?
carriages," the latter much nsembling shabby cor.
ercd buggies, for all the fin sounding name.
The carriages may take the lead, and harry all
they please, but all must stand aside at the laat to let
tbe diligence go rushing by, first into town.
Our rid was over the Bruuig pass, to Brient, and
we had some beautiful scenery. I did not care to
walk, as many were doing, but finally the ferns
tempted rat oat.
At Brieni we accommodated oar plan to the whim
oftbe moment, aud 1 got tbe unexpected treat of an
evening at Giessbteb falls, which lay right 00 our
route. I have seen, in a megaloseope at Honolulu, a
beautiful illuminated photograph of the falls at they
are lighted at night, wbich repreteati the thow quit,
Tb fall an quit pretty at aay time, and I ad
mired tha white illumination at night, hut tha other
colors, not so much.
In the morning I climbed up by a good path to the
top of tbe fir cascades, wont behind the bridges, ad
mired tbe views, and regretted that we had is ihort
s time to spend there.
Tbe hotel is excellent, and well patronised. It eon.
lists of two large buildings under on management,
connected by a long, covered pastage. The wood
bine ran all over corridor and arbors, its scarlet ming
ling with the deep, unchanging green of the ivy.
This was on lake Iirienr , nearly a day's journey
from Lucerne, and was an aside oa our way to Inter
laken. There I taw lace making and wood carving going
on according to tbe established notions. Tbe lac
maker was a young girl in a pretty pavilion by the
wayside, tbe wood carver was a boy farther up the
path to the falls.
I stopped short in my walk at a huge, ugly, black
snail, mjving across the path. My (ormer encounter
with tbe nettles mad me a little cautious ia poking
at this animal, but I soon gave over fears, and stooped
to examine him. " Ugly I" He waa a most beauti
ful creature. His brown blsok body shoo like satin,
his back was velvet, bis bead ribbed aad striped in a
pattern a silk weaver would do wall to imitate ia bis
texture, il b. could.
H was about five inches long, bat when I meddled
too much, he tuddenly contracted to the length of
one inch, and rolled away down hill, gathering earth
and land on hit raoitt body at he went, till you would
not have knowa him from a pebble in the road. I
bar seen thttt slap sine, bat be was my first friend
and I shall remember him at long as I do the pretty
Geisibeeh with its iva fallt, and fairy illumination,.
The path from tbe falls to the steamer landing on
Ltkt Brient winds smong charming woods, giving
glimpse, at limes her and there of tbe falls, and
brings one in fifteen minutes to tbe shore. Here we I
fouud a party of four or fir Swiss in their own pie
turetque dress, singing national sonp in the string
mountain yodelling. The women bad good voieat,
and managed th. queer transitions freta cheat to head
tooei with more skill than the man aad bay w had
heard before. It Lai al a great amoeat of lung power
to execate this kind of tinging, and I have often beeo
surprised to hear th, singers shoaling away ia the
midst of steep climbing ia rare air, where moat peo
ple would have hardly breath enough to get tbem
over th. ground, not to speak of tb extra exertioa of
singing at the top (and the bottom, too,) of tb. voioa.
I bar. heard Hawaiian children do tomethiag that
sound, like sa inferior sort of yodlling. Thu island
reproduction it a prolonged cry eontitling of an al
ternation on two or three notes only, fro at ebest to
medium, and is somewhat common about th atraatt
of a native village.
The gott-herdt who entertain theastlrel with this
kind of tinging, are active little chaps, aa they bat
to follow their lively lock about from crag to crag ;
aad tbsy teak good gaidtt and porters. They ask,
a bag and eoat from a tturdy aaaa ia addition to all
th wrap aad traps a lady thinks asssssary oa a
mountain climb, and trip away with th loadai lightly
at though they were the very chamois themselrta.
W took tteamer from Gwi-a bach to th railway ata
tioa aot far from fntartaken, and there a. olimbed into
tha topmost eomparuaant of th ear. It waa lik
riding oa th outtidt of aa omnibus or street ear, I
should think, only than was a roof orer our head.
In Aaa weather it it a delightful place to travel in.
Bat tt was quit too democratic to aait tb two or
three Bagiith partial wba teamed to hare mad a mil
Lata ia gattiag ap there, ad their prefer e was eri
dtotly for th. elose oompartmoots of their owa rail
I had not obaarvad oa tb boat that tbay taad say
remarks about the aeealuag system of steamer travel,
where there era ao dirilioa to hid th extraordinary
tourist from bit ordinary Mlaw tourist. But tby
ootid speak af hardly anything alt 00 tb train
" That horrid car I Na prtmat. Who rer
heard of seen a thing? 8a aatry .' Why didn't w
stay dowa a Lain ? Ctn't at gat dowa bow ?" Ac. I
prefer op can. particularly forladt traveling alont.
Supu Water Works.
aad to, I am happy ta say, do many of lay
Polynesian Encampment Ho. 1,
I. StX AV P.
THE RES! 971, A, At BSSTrHlT MEET
INO of the Brtremamaet atu tat ataee aajl
rJiDA T EVEniitQ, at odocE,
Mi altar, aad VkdSiat r4rterctu an par-
uceharlj requeai ed to au-od. a aBaaa af I ruyitll.t,
aPU caaa betcre tb Encampment that slsahst.
tur. JBTO. BV aMITMXBB, MCJtaS.
ISth March. ItTA AU it
"SJaT- HA TAMA SHAPE 1 And I I I 1BJ
11 For Salt by
71 BOIO.ES at CO.
Orefon Sugar Cared Hams.
ESJAaTTRA Par taartt MATTIE HAaCfcEAT.
aTttaa dart from W na.d, a art af taaaa ajtaaMI
For rait ky (t7lj MOOtCO,
THE rifDKRSIGlVED, AGENTS OP THE
abore Comrsany, have I iff n aathoriKetl to loBara riffci
ou Cargo Freight aotj Trcaiorc. from Mouolulu
to all aru of thv wurld, and vice Tern.
ly H. HACKFELD A CO.
1 . A. S II tvn Kit,
AGENT rifBn mrn Board of t iiflcrwrl ten,
Agent of UreswJeo Board of L'riderwrilen,
Agent of Vicuna Board of Underwriter..
Claim. agaEntt Iniarnnc- Companloe witlifo the Jnrtldlctlon
of the above Board of Underwriters, will have to be rerti
fled to hy tbe above agent to make Ibeoj valid. .' .' J 1 t
A I.I. PKRtWNft HAVING t'l.A IXM Hi A INST
the efltatte of Ycnina; Hbeong , late of King Mtreet, Ho
i "...ir. Merohant, depjaaei, whether aecared by mortgage
or otherwise, are reqaested t, present the name, duly au-
I hftlftVaa f Of in mo,, ttto naderjg aa fclaa. atarn of atcJUt n.
Afong A Achuek, Nuuano Htreet. Honolulu, within six
ii . tii from the date of the first publication of thin notlrt ,
or they will be forever barred. And all persons Indebted
)o the riiX estate are rrM,uirl to pay the amounts owing bv
Uieoi to my sotlcltor, Mr. E. T. O'Hallor.n, of SI Fort
Street, Honolalo. Touno H,
Kxtvutor of tbe will of Young Sheong deoeaied.
IsUed this 13th day of March, 19711.
THIS KEHEDT WAR OBTGINAIXT PRE-8TRII-KD
by an eminent physician for a ease of
Dropsy In airs. Hunt's family. John Hunt, aged about 45,
of a stout and piethitrlc habit, waa v .i witb a sudden
attarck of general dropsy, which In a few days threats-ned
hit life. The ordinary remedies had all proved Inefllca
ctoas, and under their usr the patient was fast falling into
an alarming state. The dropsy waa general and ex tensive,
legs swelled to an enorniiius alie and the water Increasing
rapidly He was entirely unable to Me down In bed, and
was forced to remain night and day tn a sitting posture.
This state of things continued until by the advice of the
pii M-'itii. alioded to. the present remedy was tried. In
t?oiiSAoence of Its p-voMar nature it was neeaaary to pre
pare It with great care, and In order to Insure this tt was
lotrusted to the family of Mr. Hunt to procure and com
pos ik! It,
The remedy was administered, and almost from the
moment of Its reception a decided Improvement became
manlfestt The kidneys were immediately affected and
ronred to action ; the swelling of the legs rapidly subulded,
the lungs were freed and resumed their healthy and
atrreeahle action ; the flfsh- fif Iiaib4resumed Its elastic.. y,
" caking " remalolog, and be was rapidly convalescing,
when unfortunately, prompted by this rapid Improvement,
be gave up the remedy for a short time.
It was unfortunate, for the curative process was ar
reted, the kidneys flagged In their action, again becom
ing torpid, the water Increased with frightful rapLiky
and be soon again found himself In a very alarming state.
The remedy was again had recourse to, aad by its perse
vering use thedlseaee was ft second time subdued. Bat
this was a most aggravated and severe case, aad It took all
the virtues of the Remedy, combined with care and time,
to eradicate the elTetrts of tbe dl aease. But thrt.ugh a per
severing use of it a permanent cars was effected, and be
resumed his active out-of-door occupation, within a short
time, a well man
This was the manner In which the Remedy was brought
Into notice, aad store then for a period of twenty five (t)
years the medicine has been prepared after tbe same ftp
proved formula hy Mrs. Hunt, and used by onr first physi
cians In their private practice, for this and similar com
plaints. It has been weU and favorably known and extensively
use si need that time by al I class, both witb and without
the advice of pbyafc-taa. and has been the means of saving
from a lingering and frightful illrara Sf , aad an timely death,
maay of oar moat Mtimable and weil-kaown citiseteS.
The only known Remedy for Bright' s Dtsease. aad has
cured every case of Dropsy ta wbicb st has been
gives. ; Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder Inftamajm
of the Kidneys Ul-cemtioft of the Kidneys and Bladder
rtialtstss) in Stricture.and for Knfeeteled aud Deilcate
CnaUtutlons of both sexes, attended with the fol
lowing syroptooa : Loss of Power, Ias of Me
mory, rHftVulty ot Breathing, Weak Nerves, Wakefulness,
Painful and liragirfng Hensation In tbe Back or Loins,
Flashing of the Bodr, Eruptions on the Pace, Pallid Coun
tenance. Lsaasitude of th Systein etc.
Hat been before the public for more than twentr Tear,
and hat been the meant of aavtnj from HrNrerlac and
l.-tEhtful inaeate and untimely death bnndredt of our moat
etumable aad well known dtasena.
TrUs Medicine was Sever Known to Fail.
Price S I .SO pmr Bottle .
Bl I.I.I lUH AM at tm.
SSI Bote Areola tor Hawaiian Itlaad.
H. II 44 Aa 1- tSI.U at. SJ.,
OXSXSAL C0KKIIII0B ASBSTI.
Oaaea tHrawt, Hoeolala, H. I. SJSIyl
California Red Brick.
A FEW THIS CM A ft tF m at AIJTT,
received tak, day par Mary Ball Roberta, aad for
St by atlj TAOUJS a ca
California Beef in Bond
For sale by
BOLUaS At CO.
For sale by
R At, I
BOIJ.CS A CO.
Saloon Pilot Bread.
jp ASJRS WD )M. CAM
' W aaaa ay
Par U BtO. Roberta.
BttfiLATO at CO.
California Lime & 'White Brother'
POITLltB f KMr.-rr Beat nnal.
far tela hy tax; BOiJUFb) dt CO.
tHiaaa OF NAB AH. raa Aaa
procured ikraaxti tha.radf rasmed.
PrlceflO, with aria. H. M. WHtTSF.r.
A Few More
dfkF THOSK BtaaW t.VT H BOM OS and OU-
VF OOktHi PICTVRlaS.Jait received by leaaitr and
aarr aaaaaaaaa. For mim br
Ji la H. M WHITSET.
43 AM JJKAM K V1.M RECRFFEtt PER
t3 tlnhoit' tbit day, and la perfect order. For aat by
May J), IRI. J0IXX8 CO.
This Elojfnnt IStoolsT
Coinirrn or the rouowiTv ej-eoa-tt
- a ', r '. a :
Lsdies' Rireted Solo Leather Trunks.
Ladies' Rireted Bridle Leather Trnnkt,
Ladlet' Ktegant Leathar Trunk a,
Ladies' Canvas-covered Trunks,
Ladiet' Stat. Room Trunks,
Girls' Toy or Doll Trunki,
In treat variety and la all colors.
tient'a Riveted Bole Leather Trunks,
( lent'. Riveted Bridle Leather Trunki,
Gent's Lesther Trunki,
Kent', Riveted (Vol Leather Valiin,
Gent', Bound Edge Valise,
Gent's Blaek and Colored Leather Valises.
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Bolton Valises,
Gent's Carpet Valises,
ladies I Children's Manila School Bags
A bkvitihi. LIVE or
Dolls Trunilis !
JUST TO HAND !
A Beautiful Lin of
GENT'S SHOE WARE!
Including the celebrated
CORK SOLE GAITERS,
Now ao generally used In the United State. Thia Shoe It
PerfMl4 Water I'roul.
A FIJT.E, UII OF MEW RI TLFA OF
JBWE LR.Y !
Of all lAlawA aud Lateat nealg-n.
Watches in Gold and Sliver,
Loekeu, Locket and Neck Chalni,
ChaUlains, Ganl't belt Chains and Gnards,
Gold Rings, Diamond Rings,
Silver Furkt tud Spoons,
Silver Cake A Fith Knives,
Silver Butter Kniri,
Sngar Sheila, Ac.
I.adis- yon an Respeetfaily Invited to
EXABIINE THESE NICE 3dODfl
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
ml ziv. lfH if
gn t z i;I fif . p
i Is B Oi5,: ill tt I .
aal tJaallO IP III
Sb -t aaf !3! n!ti 1 1
r Ess o 5!ii.s.ss'-s
aa s, -a tt, -,-!
aw B " R"
03 S 5?
- - w .
CARPENTER AND JOINER
.WoHa Done Proraptly. '
Shop on Fort St.. Esplanade, oppoalto Hupar'a Barrel
Factory. a QMS lv
C. WALLEt, Proprietor.
jg SSL HZ
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish. Poultry, Vegetables, Ac,
FaraasJterl ta Oraler.
XTMAM Tar-adaya aad Taat-tamwa-TatU.
(rnless otherwise orderatt.)
The Proprietor hartna leased the neat aad rommodloai
VEGETIILE, FRUIT 110 raULTRT BilWET,
Adjolnlnc th Family Meat Market, wBj ta pretared to
pmeiptly and satitfVctarlly All order tbr every thin rr
qnlaitr to fbmith the tablet with all the SufaataoUalt and
Dellcactet tbe country affrarda
aaTBtilBiiiiar tatppllsal ost
Maata, Ac, Jail trd to
I part of the dty without aa
aa o. WALLER.
IT SITE MOTICE THAI SIT BdSM
J. T. Wear bona, lit. . Aad Henry Wattrnaaa bava a
fall power of A turner to act for ma darUc nay abteace
rroaa tha kdaajdona. JOHK THOS. WATBBBOUSTB.
Honolulu, March let, 171. aat Si
Tn VMBERflltaVED HAFIB4J RMRM
duly appointed Admlnaurator of the Eat of A. W.
KEKDHAM. tats of Wtihee, Maal, U. I., daoae-t : Sa
ttot a hereby ttvtn to all pertoo owloj said Katat to
aatte Imaiedtti paymtnt. an I all paraon havtaj ctalmi
aaalnat aM Estate, to pnaent the aaa art thin au months
from thai data, or tbay will be forever barred.
W. a MBEDHAM.
Administrator of EataU of A. W. Need htm.
February '. Itr. tax 41
DCRIMd MX ARIEICE rratst UHLV.
M. PERSKT wiU attead to tb bBtaa of Ud
CDOtnlaie al lb Franco. CaaaaaOfcM, batwi
aft aad U tvtry day
ttntraaot aa Icaxiw1 AHrse.
Cktuanl aad Oriiimkadniir of flati
Hanoi ala. Jaa. 11. is;t. U4
TM FREMCU. OERWAM aad
br a a-!"-1 taarAtar of aaa etas a
A pa7 ta C O C oaTtce ot Ihl paper.
Fine Manila Cigars!
A MEW JTTFtMCE OF TF.RT JtrPERIAR
quality, put up In boxes of 000 each. Jut rseetved
direct from Manila For Sale by
US- TOLLED A CO.
FRAX 1.S4M '
LAKD. , wUb rarrlarr RoadAto I
Apply t (ITS Id) CMABLSaU lAjnu.
Br E- P. ATwASIS.
REGULAR CASH SALE!
Otf THTJBSDAY, MAUCH IS,
At hjrfHtSJAt t A. SL. BA SatlSM adbtSBt,
HEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
Fin Prints, Matliat, Linen Drill.
Brown Cottons, Whit Cottona, Merino,
Victoria Lawnl, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flsanl Ortrihirts.
Wool Slia wlat
Turkish Towel for Bathing,
BlaakaU, White Shirt, Ataoska( Denims,
Amoskeag Stripe, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fin Tweed Suits, Bed Quilts,
.Merino aad Cotton TTaderskfrtt,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' Hot.,
Men's Soeks, Bridles and Bits,
Trarellnj Bags, Eta., Etc., fftc.
Best Brsadi Kerosana, Card Matebts,
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
Soda Craekert, Ctotbei Pint, Bam.
Bacon, Candles, Piekhu, Tobaooo,
Cigtn, Fine Tta, Ojtttrs,
Ax Han diet. Salt, Wash Blaa, Pain Killer,
ate, ate, ate.
Brown Sugar ! Crushed Sugar !
New Ohina. Clgara !
E. P. ADA.VS, Aaetioa.
On Queen Street.
By order of Mr. M. 0. Boa.
SATURDAY, .... MARCH 25,
AS It 'clttek Brawn, at sktleja Rooat.
WILL BE SOLD ATP UBLIC A UCTION.
PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND
On H nee ii Strr-el,
Makal of the new Government Ba ildlncs, with
The Baildings 4 ImprovemeaU Thereupon
nelng tbe mauka portion of the lot at conveyed by T. R.
Il.irrl.a to Myron J. Kate, s per deed recorded In Betlstry
OttV-e. Liber !, pane I7J and ITS. There la a lalTr and
comforrable Cotiace and OatbaUdtaf apon tb property.
In rood repair.
Immediately after the above Sale,
Will be Mold
THE LOT IN THE REAR
Of above described premises, with the BulMixvfs and im-
Plan oi Property can be leen at A action Boom.
TKHVlft, CAS U.
Deed at Expense of lrcbaaer.
K. p. ADAMS, AucUsasar.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE I
Cornor Fort a Merchant St.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
Per X. O.
THE SOn COSPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies1, Misses1 and Children's
Custom-Made, Extra line and Medium Quality
BOOtS c5 SHOO!
Krer ofTered In Honolalo.
M7.m IRA RICHARDSON.
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY!
It F. Will TtEI.ITEMED RA4U MORN.
INO to all parties wlthlnf the tame,
AT 2 1-4 CENTS PER POUND.
All orders uiven tha Carrier, or left st die offlce, will be
filled the following morning .
No Ice Delivered in the Afternoon !
Sjvaf- ice can be obtained In may quantttj, from i ponnds
upward, at tha
' ICE HOUSE," n TNE LUMIEI. mt OF WILDER A CO.
PRICE, S CENTS PKR POUND.
Any thortoemot wetfhl, or waa I as pnHtsnssw on the
part nt ruy employees, I ak to be reported at the aAVe.
$fW Ice bills are payable oa demaodl
SAM XG. WILDER.
Ul tt Preprietor.
NOTICE, NOTICE, NOTICE I
Contiaaa th lasitst of
At the 014 Stand, V. lO XaahueaaBa It.
Where he will be moat happy la wait apon all old friends
and customers aad tbe public generally-. STS It
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
fBVlIK f-OPAMTMERMHIP HEM1T
1 exltskat batwaen the undertatned, era ilaatlstd bjr
mutual cuts sot oa tiaa list nit. In conieuoence thereof,
all auutandtn( hOli an- rcuulreil to be settled WITHOUT
DELAY. Mr. W. Johnson tartn au tbortaed to iml tar
aame. JuH.N MoCtMIAN.
Uoocluln, February let, 1ST A ATS 41
AspoiirTt arr rase mv-
' th. Hawaiian lalauda. rWrdtan af
FftKinC court of tha Hawaiian lalauda. OaaraHan of
the Katat. of ALBERT Sl'NH.UEA, thia It Iu trotlfr all
Crtons mat no debit contracted by aim will be aaaat aa
a ' rifled by aty written enter (or that of my Btrtaaal
Atru..a; aad laat ao tale of property, tuvr real or pa,
uaj. made by him will aa valid nai aa made with aty
EMMA KAf,TJ,JatMf AtaAlST.
ASS laa OoaraJMaof it. Eatasaaf Albart taaaaaBaa
FOUNTIli REST1IR1IT 110 NiMMM H9USC
Ma. 4S Has si JMrfl. Maar Fttr.
ME A US AT A 1.1. SHnW FaWS araIM
UNTIL IS o'etoak P. M. rur Baa BeaaaSl of Saaor
ln. Mm, are will air food Board ba Law Dtntraj Boom
4.80 Par Wook. Slnglo Mtili SSeto.
HO AMD ir Of SIMSJ QB-OB,
We naea a tarparata DfeaBt MttMS tht UtUta with or
0000 TEA AJID COriSS, I CIO MBA !
Uf c. a. SASTOW.
WSDNESPAT, : : WAACE litlw
AA laaSetaxJt A. At, a
aa aat t s - a sBaaaBk i
iRT 6008S asd OlER !
lot or CLOTBim.
Iarnr Cry.Taa)f Maata, ICatrwtraj. Tea.
Show Caae, Chrom-oa,
i JtarretsdOaa. statMhaV Misaai'l f-taaa.
Ootd JBtail tta. OaaSCaai tataat,
BaaaT tajwar nWaclttar. cuail
A LOT OF PINE PLANTS.
C. S. BAKTtSBT, Auetiaatarr.
Postponed to Satnaday, April 1st
lam JnttrncUd by tht TrmmatofS. C. JtttaW.
TO BAUX AT M. BUC Al CTBJM.
ON SATURjOAY, : : : : APRIL lat.
Al u tVilaaai Sa
.411 that Parcel of UU
CMrTTAIiniSO J CHAUM AMIS IS FS3TT
altnate at tha earnar f
BUILDINGS I IMPROVUEITSTMCRCOt
tt Edward Prettuu,
lamedlauly after the sate of aad riuatily, at Baaa
Wilt U Sold ot Public Auction, am aramut cf
th Ettate of Aicma (p). OjaSjajjaM,
A Ming near rh Rsh iartaf.
ao sully accoptal
hy taad AIOJLa ;p a a
MACE IXOWN ATSVAXJa.
a B- BAJCTOW. A
all sorts, sim i mamm
BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Yard and on the Wharf!
or Wfst Sau.wJ.ig, Tmktt !
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMER,
fcc. tfeo.. tke.
White Cedar .and Mmi SlnsgiK.
White Pixie Boards,
Doors, R. P. lino., 2mo., t Sash
SASH AUD BltlltDS,
HAILS AND OLiSS,
Wall Paper and Border.
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