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( mail April 1
SOTES OF Till: W I I I.
i-JT- Tlicre if a bark tilcjrraphed as we t-o to prear,
probable t lumber tcsm-I.
f-f" Steamer Kilaora will not be ready for sea be
fore tbe 'J9tb, when (be will leave lor tbe circuit of
fa?" Mr. Bartow re-opentbia former auction mart
tills morning wilb t flret-clat, credit tale uf Eat II -li
and European eooda. Tbe tale conimencea at tf3U
Teb-x Jala. M. Avery arrived . iba- loth from ion l asscp awn -jn ennaav evininp at u o cioci ,
i .. . . urate ; i -. ..!'. " :;-;ct Mr. Jndd ixotberof the late Dr Judd) .juR-th
t.Tw I "a"" Ka- bas kn laid on ibi Urtr, breathed ber last at tbe family mansion. Sue bad
( ua l iaa twin aaet wtn t j-pai. hl aa i nearly completed bet IMtti rear.
But Wan 1 1 Hi-'-TXhaan i art i f rnalr frm Baattlt,
tw Arwt cat! ever laanaSaoad from thr al n iiiea kxaiad
Frl (Ore, (ran- aa rraiicisro t a-der charter H load
j.i -- the ba. a tar if. .if li1, days fruta Maa Fraa-
V. Ware, fn It. rinr ilaada. a m ballast.
fa- will ratara aaartl; wit eepp.i-a and lel.urer-
BaA Ji. C Mnrry aaaWd up lb tufa with a fail cargo of
ail aaa pralara aa. faa tiucao and tbe bark Albert fur
a .-it 1: u. vitbi ;.rlil rrr .
Ad'icaa fnaw wen f'nWLbcj tef.rt tL. arrival at Ibat port
of taw Mar Mar Ball Roberta, 1, day frow HaaTautuia. Sbe
fca Aiwa latH aa a i aan an llli l'Xk inttatit, and bay be
WaAaal lat aai taa ath.
The aa.it at, r Anrtralia aaaa U el.ected nest weak
aa TT di tdi j r Tbareaay, aa r.aat far paa rraatlsui
TTaawaii li' ' ad. w (roes liaa Franc rrpurt uu bailee id
tWaatataaaaa ukad prudace. tairar rated lea, aa at
t-?" Among tbe tliri.mrli (Hwiio r lir tbe City
of New York whom we failed to liutiee last week,
wait Johu Robert', jr., the tiilliard champion of Eng
land. He wan bound tu Mrlbonme, where be bas
made engagements to plat in public.
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ft CW Ira paae rarelrad ftuai aa riaarMCv per Corea.
n aaaa tbstlh eilvaeataua is t ma roar readily ealved
tbaa waa aati-ipatrd. aad tbe diac.aat on it baa rrreaVd to
X par caart . aa e ntperad aritb la aart.il baa rcaumi-d
lla ailaan a alaa in traili TAaa baa been oaaeed by aa la
i, .ml ' - J fur ta tka Caatara (Jaltad Dtataa, aad la
t the a-aaa of ailrer to Uke tbr place of tbe dirty
fiailmaV pa;ar carrasx) la tbr I uited ftalca, acortrapou l
val aaya :
' IWIaaiataavil e-aaaaaaead parlor oa tVedueaday April
31 wit t ." of cuaa parcaa la Uia raalta, aad tba cape
rata of oaaatar feMaaaW a aaoatb all tlir tiair In a aiuatb
ta j. if ajnaaaa y, tliat capacity eeald taa aim at doabled.
TWr aaaiat I .tail ran n aad baallii ia tbr ban la of tba
asvaarataaai aa aja.auij (aju paaaibly arhea all ta coiord
9t,ffajaaa atad -) aa-ol darlof lb taab liaar br-n abait
paJHIaa a day . If aa atatrd that tbr taab will I kept up
Ym tbraaat t aar day loaajar. eilrar baiur a at tblur. in
.... : . . ( . il tak-tf M.. . -lit .a -I pra--araard-
la aay neat. aaaaU elaaaea la rapid y diaappaannr
fraa, tb. rbau:.. .1 lra.la
1 - aa
caal lali I la
auj rrdaanpl4Ua "f f.-c!...ual cum nc).
M.UalJ.OuVoaiUUudltal. fwbieti f IO.WaJ.UU"
laartor deatretrd, and IIO.OXM.O prihape
arvaad fur aaaae tiaaa. Ttaere la only tbr
X Ttaaa ta aacaAaat ka any r ban re to tba
bat It a 111 require nfty fnilllomi to rctpply
liar ootaa iti lb raited Sutra. I o Oenuany
tuaad aba I jt nut baa than one bundred
for aorta it really La, will aoou blow OTar.
CoCUCS. The lolloainir ia what the Washing
ton corrrapondent of the S. Y. nerald ears about
tbe adjournment or Congress. "The passage uf tbe
Legislature Appropriation bill abows that tbe llonae
meant to expedite busineas, and hopes to adjourn
tbe second week in June. Tbe question however is
complicated with the impeachment trial. Il how
ever it is delayed longer, a recess is probable to en
Able memliers to attend tbe Conventions."
"Miss MoTocr' We find In tbe Boston papers
the Iclloniec notices of our Hawaiian songstress.
Tbe Traveler says: "Miss Montagu, sang Vaaro
raa'a trying music charmingly; Iter voice is light,
butpnreand exquisitely sweet. As flexible as run
ning water, and modulated with evident ease and
decided taste. Miss Montague ia still somewhat de
ficient in tbe marks of tbe highest vucal culture, and
sbe is encumbered with a certain not ungracious
timidity, but in both these respects sbe ssjows great
gain over the early part tif tbe season, and her bear
ing is now as pleasing as ber face always was."
Tbe Journal says: "Once more tbe announce
ment is made that "Tbe Rose ol Castile " will be
verformed at tbe Wedneaday afternoon matinee,
with Miss Montague as tbe heroine; and tbat young
lady's many lriendt will not lose so good au oppor
tunity to bear ber sweet singing."
Akother Oceas Cable Proposed Senator
Sargeut, says tbe S. F. Alta, bas introduced a bill to
encourage and pr.ifuote telegraphic communication
between the L'nited Slates aud Asia, It authorizes
tbe American and East Indian Telegraph Company
ot New York to lay, laud aud oiieratc cables on tbe
Pacific toast within tbe Jurisdiction of the United
States, for a period ol twenty years; provided tbat
the Company shall commenrc active operations iu
two years, aud shall have at least one cable iu opera
tion from this continent to an Asiatic Colony with
in four years from the enacimeut of this bill'. Tbe
Government to bare priority in tbe use of these
cables. Ttie right alter, amend or repeal tbe Act is
reserved tu Congress; aud the rest of tbe bill au
thorizes the Secretary of tbe Navy to detail one or
more steam vessels to assist In the survey and aound
iugs, the laying ol cables und transportation ot ma
terial, and geucrally to afford assistance calculated
to promote the success of tbe enteiprise.
ims it i or tiiixn.i il.
PttOTEfSOR Covnt he Zuia This talented and
philanthropic geittiemau delivered a liee lecture ou
(aaa as at rngibn, oar belarf tbat tbe lassie pfupuaed : MoDli,v ,.Tening at tbe Lyceum, in accordance with
I a i a I s i ai li lb i aafil mm4 In si f i l In cummer- . .. - - . - v . ,
tu. aimuviKTUikui i .i m. l oaiuon ui m. uvaiu ui
Education last week. The subject of tbe lecture ;
was the elucidation of a newsystem o( studying uni
versal history, of Mr. de Zaba's own invention.
There have been quite a number of methods intro
duced beretofoie with similar objects, but the most
nl them have failed on account of too great com
plexity. Professor de Zaba claims that bis system
is so simple that a little child can uuderstnnaj'lt,
labile tbe roost intelligent will be benefitted by
adopting it. By a system of charts divided into
suuures, eaeb representing a century, which Are
again subdivided into 100. smaller divisions repre
senting years, tbe important eveuta of history are
placed before tbe eye, thus producing a more vivid
impression on the mind than is possible by any
ordinary method. The system evidently possesses
great merit, and we should like to see it generally
adopted In oor schools both Hawaiian and English.
Maa IS lla. brtc Julia at Aiery. Avery. da,, from tan
1: arnr Kettla Merrill. Craos. fnaii Fahaioa.
Sear Mara Elaaa Pujhiva Irutn H D I
rAar Marlaa. Laiaibrrt. truea K.Jua aud NawOlwiti.
Sri.r Laka Ataai fr.au Mubaaa.
11 aVfci I' a Mai. Haraarat. froaa Kabatai.
Sa-br Kaaaaiar. biiblinr. fruaa Koliai and Waiuaa.
.-' kaaral. Kalaaala. fnaai NaalUWAU
Sw-bf Pnaee. Berk, Irota Kona and alaa.
lai. front Molukai.
Aaaa from Nan Kranelaeo.
0 Pu, 2i days from
Ha- l Mattaa lla i
Sebr Aaanr. Kataaaaa fruaa Koaa.
1 -Aaa acaxr e M Ward, Hickman days G aano Islands.
U -Ml t
Kolua ait.; tVaimca.
iar. fer Tahiti.
nan, fur Molukal.
. fa- Ma,
, far Labaioa .
Koloa anal Nubaa.
Vraartft III Pa. t.
t I La.-k.aaai -ia, J S lirm.
Am arlr Moraine Mas-, CofeoteL
llavataai. luark Kaat.H. ftakeuian. badiiif .
Am aea-aairr Kara Hlakaaton. Prtaraoei.
AVer SA V.-a-att. Bice, daarbaralnc.
Haaraiaaa lrar Jatba at. Avrry. Avery, diarbarrint .
Uaaaiaan taark Maiise Mmleay , ij Pope, diaebarriog.
Ilawa Brae Oaaard.
ii .milt m.
A Heavt RaiK Ou Friday last it commenced to
rain about 10 A. M. and poured down so bearily,
tbat for several bours the streets of tbe city were
converted into roaring torreuts of muddy water.
Tbe amount of rain which fell within 21 bours, as
registered by tbe rain gauge of Mr. Hall, was 3.07
inches, while tbe ralu in tbe mountains must have
beeu much heavier, judging fiom the torreuts which
came down tbe Nuuanu and Pauoa streams, which
Were higher than have been knowu for a number of
years. Tbe amount of mud which these Iresbets an
nually deposit in our harbor, owing to the destruc
tion by cattle ol tbe protecting mantle of grass and
shrubbery in tbe vallies and on tbe hill-sides, would,
under almost any other government than ours, in
cite to prompt measures lor the prevention ol the
evil. But we have A novel method of conducting
such affairs iu this couutry. In tbe Summer we cart
loam onto our si reels at so mucba load, nnd in Win
ter wc cart off the mud which il turnis, thereby lur-
risbing somcbod)' carts with steady employment.
allow tbe cattle to lay bare tbe soil ol tbe blili
! thr MtvriuK
frs fc.W from
I MIM.it I ai.
a raa. iac.. per Jaua X Avery, May II rli 3S kaa
..I. !a rMra anil ?1 bii.lla iran. c--iruaa.
: av vaala. ki kar- aaata, 1 ba add. t labia lamp black.
1 aW laiaar. 1 ca aninauula. 76 ark piAatoea. 31 dn aa heat
2 aaatla. t pkra Iu antra, t de bell frame. S do saw burka, II
o- riaaaear. aad enarkery. 8 tie era bams. 30 ca pruvi
an4 ; rbaals taa, 6 fa can oral goods. I do cochineal. 4 bate
aaaai. ntv aeka toar. fake rainn. li cm la-eaad, S4 tins crack
eas. XI ca oil. T laolM leather. 4 ealtcra. I badl copper bar. 1
keat abuta. I rat a bar. IB bsi aoap, Ir. as Ira, 4 bales emit, 1
bra eta. J ea puaaaar, 1 dJ sraimr raa biare. I bale koaa. S
a 1 r tnaai. 4 bat eriooa. An do raa J Ira, IV ca paints. 6 do mfr,
Iroa X pbalia area. 9 bat rleau, ?S pea Iran pipe. 4AQQ brscks
1 oar autauaaa. 10b bbtt aalmua, lbs ae-da. TS dcaar. 10 balaaa.
baa, 40 cat niatrAira, IX bbit cbimuer. 13 pk ft saddlery. 1 ba
fill aaaa 1 bndls agricultural iaiplenrrnu. 2 d . ancers, IS bit
raeara. SS bataa ta iaa, M eaaolme barrels. XI) lost coal.
From beat tie p-r new Hat tie Marleav, Mar lfwli SS1,
.ie la, T biet! slave, and T LI S 1 l-t: n let. 2 I a
a. . ia, '- krrl aal:n,ai bellies, and Hfi toot steaaa read.
Manama, May lllb-lXU bdt Ulr, Saj tarns
i, B 0 par Albert. May 11th -SIS gatbj molaasrt,
IX.ratt) lbs rice, XM.1W Iba aaear.
Talon per Manama. Ma; lltb Mrs rjcburidrr aud
. Cea Taajrt.
n for f 'tiiltlr-en .verdrd.
Mb. Editor : Il seceat to me that tbe value of
tbe Gaz?tie would be much Increased If, in every
issue, there Were A column cslcnlated to interest And
and instruct tbe children Many papers Are taking
this course, ana with tbe best results. When child,
ten know that tbe paper bus something for tbem,
tbry auticipati its coming, and are eager to get bold
ol it Tbua tbr r minds are quickened, tbey get netv
ideas, and tbeii mental powers are developed. You
Lave space ca. agh lo tbe Gazette. Try the experi
ment, and see if It does not prove a success.
Who will tarnish tbe articles ' for tbe; should be
frcsb and adapted to tbe clrcamstsnce of cbildteo
::virur on tbrac islands. There are mothers, who
bold tbe peas of ready writers, and wbo can rival
tbe interest aud grace! ulncas of Hannah More,
Cuarloilc EliEnbeth, and others whose writings bare
blessed the Voung. Such abould earnestly avAil
tfccmselvea of tbaSiipportunlly to do jrood.
Aud tb. 'c arc many teachers scattered over tbe
i-'ands wbo see cliildbood is All Its VAried Aspects ;
And wbo arc well qualified lo place before the young
sucb exainples aud motives as may strengtbeu and de
velop, all tbAt is Amiable, and geberoas. And truthful,
and rigbt. aud repress and destroy wbAteTer is sel
bah. aud raeai . and wicked. Some do more good
wilb tbe pea t utn tbcyare able to accomplish iuany
o'ber way ; and if teachers would employ thie method
themselves more successful than they
J. Wucn musing on some point pcr-
atioo till tbe Are burns, commit your
.its to paper, aud let tbe young have
tbe benefit of I beat. Aad there are others, close ob
servers of Ulu and manners, atbo can contribute
valuable articias for tbe Chtldren'a Column. Let
tbem put latftb the effort, aad good will be the re
that we may obtain n big appropriation lor dredging
tbe barbor, thereby providing somebody with A good
Hosolvlc Ikox Works. Whatever may be tbe
general depression in business, Ibis inslitutinn seems
to be always in a chrouic stale of activity. We took
a rapid walk the other day througb its spacious
shops, and noticed tbst A number or orders were
beiug filled chiefly for sucb of our plantations as are
in a flourishing condition, and whose owners' senti
ments in regard to tbe Treaty are somelbiog like the
schoolboy's, wbo " dont care whether school keeps
or not," For tbe Pioneer Mills of Campbell snd
Turton, there is a Urge mill which is now receiving
Its finishing touches. It is the largest piece ol work
of tbe kind ever made here, and with one or two
exceptions is tbe largest mill on the Islands. Its
rollers arc 36 inches by 4S inches, and weigh SJ-J tons
each. The whole work Seems to have been executed
iu tbe most thorough, and substantial, as well as
elegant manner. For Messrs. Phelps and Atkins of
Kobala, there are under way a pair of those com
pound boilers, woicb, ou account of their great
economy of fuel are becoming so popular among
planters. They measure 5' feet by 10 feet. There
is alsfj nearly ready lor shipment lor the same linn.
A floe horizontal steam engine, wilb cylinder 2
inch bv 44. und the bed-olate of which is a solid
casting. 22 feet iu length. The Llbae Plantation bas
a multitubular boiler under way, which is intended
to be set in connection with A Cornisb boiler, snd
for the Kobala Plantation there is a Cornish boiler
which measures 6 feet by 20 feet. In addition to
filling these orders, tbe Iron Works have on band a
number of vacuum pans of various sizes, which
serve to fnrnish employment to tbe bsnds wbeu
there is a lull in business. This Institution is amoing
the moat valuable adjuuets to national prosperity, in
tbe Kingdom, and should receive every possible
WisuiaSToa, April 6th. Tbe Boat Committee on
Pacific RaaaraeAf bare afrrvasd to report a bill directing
a rarity ta he aoade f a route far a railroad from
Aaatia. Texas ta Tepelovaaapo Bay, ea the iialf ef
Mexaso. Tbe .annual of tbe Maxioac Government for
sseb sarvey hat already beSu obtained. The same
hill waa remote eai by the Seaatc Committee last Mon
day Il apaj'jraraates oaly $M.0M, hat Owes, the
projector of lie rate, eajs this will ha sufieient to
seem re a rafteri ca the general rasaarees aad character
of the raaai y to he traverse!, aad insert farther
aaaareaai.,! t. deal natt rate the feasibility of the
1 . -ta a ttc inuuuisnuiiiy ol a runty.
Rcral Festivities. Rarely does it happen in tbe
experience of a pleasure seeker to be engaged in an
affair so delightful, and so satisfying in all details AA
tbe wedding celebration which took place recently
on Maul From tbe courteous hospitality of tbe
entertainers to the minutest detail of preparation,
all was perfect. The residence of Mr. Coruwell, (la
ther of tbe bride) a large and well-built bouse, situ
ated near tbe mountains and surrounded by exten
sive grounds, laid out with great taste. Is one of tbe
most attractive of tbe many beautiful homes of Maui,
and when dressed in Its festal robes of ferns and
flowers, brilliantly illuminated with many colored
lamps, enlivened by the graceful forms of " daugb- .
ters (and sons) of beauty," moving in Accord with
sweetest strains from a well trained band, it re
qu.red but little elasticity of tbe imagination to fancy
one's self In fairy land. Tbe cereniooy, At which the
Rev. J. Bridges officiated, was perlormed in tbe
drawing-room, one end of whlcb bad been divisloned
off by wreaths of femt and flowers into a sort of
bower, in wbicb was placed a white marble-topped
table, tastefully decorated with anow white fiowera,
and bearing a Urge bible, thus being transformed
into A very graceful impromptu altar. Immediately
over where tbe bride stood, swayed en exquisite
floral bell, composed of white roses only, wilb tbe
exception of one full blown white lily which de
pended Iron tbe centre as a clapper. This pretty
device being symbolical not only of a marriage bell,
bat also of the name of tbe pretty bride, who, sur
rounded by her train of fslr bride' s-iuaids. iu brr
snowy dress of shimmering satin, and richest lace,
profusely ornamented with exquisite orange bloa
sonis. drew the fullest share of admiration from all.
At the conclusion of tbe ceremony tbe happy pair
received the congratulations and good wishes of
tbeir numerous friends. Tbe Bridal Quadrille Was
then dAaced with great spirit, after which Ibe young
people, each selecting the " partner the heart loved
tbe best," danced to tbeir heart's content, pausing
oaly to obey tbe sammons to tbe sumptuously pre
pared supper, to wbicb their exert ions enabled tbem
to do ample justice. Tbe festivities were contiu ned
until the once brilliant lights evinced strong symp
torus of resigning iu favor of King Sol. On tbe af
ternoon of the following day, the bridal party em
barked on tbe Kilaoca for Uonolulu. where the
young couple are to pass the first year of tbeir mar
ried life. ProapcrUj aad happiness attend them.
Wc herewith pablisb tbe fall text or the
Treaty of RewprocitT. wbicb was eal!ed for by
the Assembly on Thursday last :
I'ltsses S. G ea.vt . PEEstnexT of nut Uxtted Statis
To all If ir torn Ihtst prtsnis shoB cone, grteting :
Know ye, that whereas a Convention between the
foiled States of America and Ilia Majesty tbe
King of the Hawaiian Islands, on tbe subject ot
Commercial Reciprocity, was concluded and
signed by their respective Plenipotentiaries at
Washington on the thirtieth day of January,
eigbleru hundred and seventy-five, tbe original
ol ahicli Convention is word lor word as follows:
The I'nited Stales of America and His Majesty
the King ol the Hawaiian 1-laaxK equally aipma
led by the desire to strengthen and perpetuate the
friendly relations which have heretofore uniformly
existed between them, and to consolidate their
commercial intercourse, have rolved to enter
into a Convention lor Commercial Reciprocity.
For this purpose, the President of the United
Siateffbas conferred full powers on Hamilton Fish,
Secretary of States, and His M.ijesiy ibe King o!
tbe Hawaiian Islands bas conferred like powers on
Honorable Llisha H. Allen, Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court. Chancellor of the Kingdom,
Member of the Privy Council of Slate. His Majesty's
Knvoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
to tbe United Slates ot Ameiiea. and II morale
Henry A. P. Carter. Memba r ot the 1'iivy Council
ol flfsifi. Hi Msja-sty's Special Cvmmtssiuuer lo
the United Slates of America.
And tbe said Plenipotentiaries, after having ex
changed tbeir lull powers, which were found to be
iu due form, have agreed to the following Articles :
Abticlx I. For and in consideration of. the rights
and privileges granted by His Majesty, tbe King
of tbe Hawaiian Islands in the next succeeding
Article ol this Convention, and as an equivalent
therefor, the United States of America hereby
agree to admit all tbe articles named in the fol
lowing schedule. Iho same being the growth,
tnuniitaclurc or produce ot tbe Hawaiian Islauds.
into all tbe ports of tbe United States free ot duty.
Arrow-root : castor oil : fruits. nnU, vegetables:
dried and tindried. preserved and mipreserved .
hides and skins undressed ; rice ; pnlu ; sandnt.
koa. or other ornamental woods : seed, plants,
shrubs or trees ; muscavado. brown, und all other
uureCned sugar, meaning hereby the grades ol
sugar beretolore commonly imported from the
HawaiiAn Islands and now known in fie markc
ot San Francisco and Portland as " Sandwich
Island Sugar :" syrups of Sugar-cane. Melado, and
molasses : tallow.
Akticlk II. For and in consideration ol the
rights sod privileges grauted by the United States
of America in the preceding Article of the
Convention, and as an equivalent therelor. His
Majesty, the King of Ibe Hawaiian Islands hereby
agrees to admit all tbe articles named in the fol
lowing schedule, the same being the growth,
maniilactnre or produce of the United Stales of
America, into all tbe ports ot the Hawaiian Islands,
Iree of duty.
Agricultural implements ; animals ; beet, bacon,
pork, bam and all fresh, smoked or preserved
meal; boots and shoes: grain. Hour, meal and
bran, bread and bread stuffs ol all kinds; bricks,
limu and cement ; butler, cheese, lard, tallow.
bullion ; coal ; cordage, naval stores, including tar.
pitch, resin, turpentine raw ami rectified ; copper
and composition sheathing, nails und bolts ; cotton
and manutaciures of cotton, bleiached and un
bleached, and whether or not, colored, stained,
painted or printed : eggs ; fish and oysters ; ami all
other creatures living in the witter, at:d the products
thereof ; Iruits. nuts, and vegetables, green, dried
or Ullilried. preserved of nnpreserved ; hardware ;
bides, turn, skins and pelts, dressed or undressed :
hoop iron, and rivets, nails, spikes und bolts,
tacks, brads or sprigs ; iron and steel and manu
factures thereof : leather ; lumber and timber of
all kiuds. round, hewed, sawed, und unmanufactu
red iu whole or in part ; doors, sashes and blinds;
machinery of all kiuds. engines and parts thereof ;
oats and hay : paper, stationery and books, and all
manufactures ol paper or ol paper and wood ;
petroleum and all oils for lubricating or illumina
ting purposes ; plants, shrubs, trees and seeds :
rice, .sugar, refined or unrefined ; salt ; soap, sbooks,
staves and headings : wool and manufactures ol
wool, other lhau ready made cloiliiug ; wagons
and carts for the purposes of agriculture or of
drayage ; wood and manulactures of wood, or of
wood and metal except furniture, either upholstered
or carved, and carriages : textile manufactures,
made of a combination of wool, cotton, silk or
linen, or of Any two or m ire or tbem other than
when ready made clothing.
Akticlk 111. The evidence that articles proposed
to be admitted into the poits ol the United States
of America, or the ports ot the Hawaiian islunds.
Iree of duty, under the Grst und second articles of
this convention, are tbe growib, jnanufacture or
produce of tbe United States of America or of the
Hawaiian Islands respectively, shall be established
under such rules and regulations and conditions
for the protection of the revenue as the two
governments may from lime to time respectively
Akticlk IV. No export duty or charges shall be
imposed in the Hawaiian lsluud-i or in the United
States, upon any of tbe articles proposed to be
admitted into tbe ports ol the Uuiled Slates or the
ports of tbe Hawaiian Islands free ot duty, under
the first and second articles of this convention.
Aiiticle V. Tbe present convention shall tske
effect as soon us it shall have been npproved and
proclaimed by His Majesty the King of the Ha
waiian Islauds. and shall have been ratified and
duly proclaimed on tbe part of the government of
tbe United Slates, and the laws required to carry
it into operation shall have been passed by tbe
Congress of the United Slates of America. Such
assent having been given and the ratifications ot
the convention baring been exchanged as provided
in Article IV. the convention shall remain in force
for seven years, from the date at which it may
come into operation ; and further, until the expira
tion of twelve months after either of the High
Contracting Parties shall give notice to the other
of its wish to terminate tbe same, each of the High
Contracting Parties being at liberty to give such
notice to the other at the etui ot tbe laid term of
seven years, or at any time thereafter.
Article VI. The present convention shall be
duly ratiiieit and the raiicaStions exchanged at
Washington City, within eighteen months from the
dale hereof, or earlier it possible.
In faitb whereof the respective Plenipotentiaries
ol tbe High Contracting Parties have signed this
present convention, and have affiled thereto their
Done in duplicate, at Washington, tbe thirtieth
day of January, in the year ot our Lord,
one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five.
Seal Hamilton Fisu,
Seal BbHU 11. Ali.en.
Seal Henry A. P. Carter.
And wufreas the Senate of the United States by
their Resolution of the eighteenth of March last
(two thirds of tbe Senators present concurring)
did advise and consent to the ratification of tbe
aid Convention with the following.
"Article I. After the word 'growth,' end before
tbe word 'manufacture' iosert the word land.' "
"Article I. Strike oat of tbe schedule the word
'frails,' and io Ilea insert the word bananas ; and
strike out tbe words 'sandal, koa, or other ornamen
tal woods.' "
"Add to the schedule io Article II, the words :
'Harness and all manufactures of leather ; starch ;
and tobacoo, whether ia leaf or manaiactared."-;
"At the end of Article IV, add tbe following : It
is agreed, oa the part of His Hawaiian Majesty, tbat,
so long as this Treaty shall remain in force, be will
not lease or otherwise dispose of or create any lien
upon any port, harbor, or other territory in bis
dominions, or grant Any special privilege or rights
of use therein, io any other power, state or govern
ment, nor make any treaty by which any other
uation shall obtain tbe ssme privileges, relative to
tbe admission of any articles free of duty, hereby
secured to the Uoited Statea."
"Article V. Strike oat the following words:
'and tbe laws required,' and insert in lieu the
words but net until a law."
Now, therefore, be it known thai I, Ulysses S. Grant,
President of the United States of America, having
seen and considered tbe said Convention, do
hereby, in pursuance of ibe aforesaid advice and
consent of the Senate, ratify and confirm the same
as amended by the Senate, aad every article and
Io testimony whereof I have caused the ka of tbe
United States to be bereanto affixed.
Given under my hand at the City of Washington,
tbe thirty-first day of May, in tbe year of oar
Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five,
and in the uinery-ninth year of the
Independence of the United States of America.
(L S ULTSSE8 S. GRANT.
Br tsb President;
Secretary of State.
SESSION OF 1876.
Twelfth Dat. Friday, May IJ.
Assembly met a usual.
PETITtO.-tS READ AKD KEF EKSIBD
Hob. Mr. Htlekanihi from Has, praying tbat tbe
Gibing rtgbU be frm.
lion. Mr. Uelekanibiv from Hint, praying that tbe
doty un imported eboteh property be abolifbed.
lion. Mr. Ilelekunihi, from jUiba, praying that tbe
borce tax be reduced to M) cent.
Hon. Ur. Heleknnibi, from liana, praying tbat Hl
waiian dtc:ore be allowed to praotiae without licence.
lion. Mr. Nahaku, from Kaulalii, praying that the
Legisletore grant him a Royal Patent for a piece of
land given to bis father by Kmehatneha III.
lion. Mr. Hireb, from Wailuku, praying that ter
eral offices be merged.
reports op committees.
The ebairmsn of the Sanitary Com. reported, ree
omUacailing that the petitions from Hilo, Wailuku
and Honolulu, asking for free practiee of Hawaiian
doctors, be referred bc to members who presented
tbem, that they mar bring a bill to tbat effect, also,
that tbe petition from llamakua, praying tbat the
traveling physician for Hawaii be removed, be refer
red to the Board of Health, also that tha petition
from Labaina, prayiog to amend the law to mitigate,
returned to tbe introducer, tbat be may bring a
bill for the amc. Adopted.
Tbe chairman of the Judiciary Cum. reported, rec
ouiucuding tbat the petitiou from Honolulu, praying
to change tbe Hawaiian flajr. be laid un the table as
tbe petitiou gives no reasons. Adopted.
RESOLUTIONS AUD BILLS.
Jinn. Mr. Nanhana read for tbe first time a bill to
amend section 7S3 of the Civil Code, allowing all par
ties from all district! in tbe kingdom to vote on elec
tion day, at tbe plaee where tbey may De, if their
taxes are paid. Passed to its seeond reading.
Hon. Mr. Naukana read for tbe first tiino bill to
amend section I47S of tbe Civil Code relating to dnft
wood from tho sea. Passed to its second reading.
Hon. ft, K. Ksai gave notice of a bill tbat the
Hank take a license.
Hon. Mr. isy introduced a resolution that the
Minister of Interior be requested to lay before tbe
Assembly, a list of unsurveyed government Unds.
Alter a lengthy debate on the resolution, aodsustain
ing of tbe chair's ruling in regard to previous ques
tion, the resolution was carried.
Mr. Kauai gave notice of a proposed amendment to
tbe 45 article of the Constitution.
Mr. Ualemanu gave notice of a bill regulating the
Mr. Preston introduced a resolution that tbe Minis
ter of Finance be requested to lay before the Assem
bly, tbo receipts of the government from 1864. Car.
Mr. Halemanu, gare notice of a bill to ainjpd lec
tion 1254 of tbe Civil Code, which was amcntwd, nod
approved, July 18,1870.
Mr. Birch gare notice of his intention to introduce
a rule in regard to the previous question.
Mr. Kalaukoa presented a resolution that tbe As
sembly meet at 1U a. m. on every Saturday, and ad
jourr by 12 M. Carried.
Mr. Hetekunthi read for the first timo a bill to re
peal chapter 2.1 of session laws of 1874, relating to tbe
license to maoufiicture liquor from sugar.
Adjourned to meet at 10 a. si. to-morrow.
TruftTi.KNTU Dat. Saturday, .May 13.
Assembly met at 10 a. u., pursuant to adjourn
meut. PETIT. OSS READ 4MB RhFEURED.
Hon. Mr. Holekunihi from Committee of 13 for
Hana, praying tbat Hawaiian doctors bo allowed to
practice without license.
Hon. Mr. He'ekunttii, frem a Committee of J3 for
H .na, praying that the law to work on the road for
road lax be repealed, and to pay iu mmcy.
Hou. Mr. Heiekuuihi, from a Committee cf 13 for
Hana, praying that prisoner.- be allowed to work on
Hn. Mr. Holekunihi, from Committee of 13 for
Hana, praying tbat the sum of $4000 be appropriated
f..r the roads f Hana.
Hun. Mr. Lilikaluni, from Honolulu, praying tbat
a lare water pipe bo laid on 1'uncbbowl street be
tween King and Queen streets.
Hon. Mr. Kanealii, frm a Committee of 13 of
Wailuku, praying that the Inspector General for
Schools be discharged.
Hou. Mr. Ahulo, from Labaina, praying that mar
ried people, if either party be afflicted with the lep
rosy, shall be regarded as divorced, and shall be al
lowed to marry again.
REPORT.- op COMMITTEE -
Hon. P. Isenberir, of Finance Committee, reported
that tbey bad iuvestigateed the affair, of tbe former
Secretary of this Assembly, as ordered by the resolu
tion from the Member of Labaina, and fiund that
tbe accounts of Henry Macfarlane are all correct ;
aad that at the close of the lat session, when the
secretary closed up his books, he found that there
wa a debt of $1400 still due. The Committee reom
mendel that hereafter tho ?cretary.be paid $10 per
day a. compensation, and be paid uo more for bis ex
tra work. Ordered to be printed.
RKSoLt'TIO?lS AD BILLS.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo presented a resolution tbat the At
torney General be requested to give bis opinion before
the Assembly on tbe constitutionality of tbe law ap
proved August 1, 1374, and to state the condition of
the treaty now before tbe Congiess of tbe L'oited
States of Americi.
After h long discussion tbe Assembly proceeded to
tbe order of tut day.
Ox Bows, Ox Bows, Iron Ox Bows,
S3. GO per Tekv !
flXtlPtlR Win I..AHT YEAR RY I
VLF lall inrsr Borva a avl::f uf 50 perevnt MM over
wood. Buwi raa be teen at,
J. T. CHATTER'S, ALaplaa aade.
590 to Xett Crmom Hon.
Superior Oregon Sugar Cured Hams !
Extra Corned Beef!
(in lOXHb. Package),
Itceeli el last Trip or J. A. f'alkl nborf. and
FOR SALE br
CASTLE & COOKE.
IucAixmecenra y first
INVOICE ot tiira MDriv.t.ic.1 IHoUouark-a of the New
Edition of lUt, Tuv will coJiri
In Hheep. Librarr. Half CaJf. ami Turkey Uorrocco blnd
lufs, plain, red and flit edra.
In Sheep Binding.
HUfh School. Common school. Primary and Pocket Kdl
tioua all lilustratt-d, and for sale at Xew York prices,
&- Orders will reef-Ire prompt attention, in
5 moi. II. M. WHITXET.
Just Rocoivcd toy
E. O. II ALL & SON.
NEW ADVERT1SKM ENTS.
Professor Zaba's System.
PAJIP1II.ETM AMI ( MARTS. Illuatratlni;
Prr Zabu'a popular system of Teaching 1 i : . i.
and Cbronokararal Ihites, ran be paicbaaed at 11. M . wtilt
ney'a. A few cop!is only for sale, SV2 Ini.
FULL BLOOD MERINO BUCKS FOR SALE.
Sum i; it i : i: in; its drsikois or im
PRO V I n thAir stock will do well to Inspect the lot of
pure tMvd MERINO BtTCK.H, ju-ft Imparted from tbe cele
brated sheep ranch of Severance aira Peeta, Alameda,
California, and now on view at tbe Hawaiian H : prem
ises. "i -' lin
PI.AXTKRS 1IOKS. No. .! and S,
I., .fl Pipe, Shot. CMJlt Steel.
Corruj;ited Irou Rooflug, Sheets 9 feet tons;.
PAINTS AND OIL!
Grass Hooka. Bridlea, Girth.
Ad vlla and Vic, Saucepan.
Tea Kettle, tVrforuted Zinc, Oos,
Sheet Zinc, Fence Wire, 4, S, 6,
Caue Knives. Horse Hoc,
TWO HORSE I'AMltll,
Cultivators, Steel Ploics,
Jfoes, Rikes, Sctthtt,
American and English Prints,
7, 9, 9 and Iu Quarter Sheeting,
Fine 4-4 American Blch'd Cottons
FOB FAMILY CHE.
A PULL LINK OK 81'PEItIOB
Including .Srtts and Single I'lecca.
A full line of useful l!ou,e)iold Articles of Convenience
A full line of Hardware for Rudder, dtc.
All at Reciprocity Prices.
And For Sale by
EX 'AGLAIA' & 'CEDER;
And other late'arrivals.
4 M. PERSONS ARC HFRLBV FORRIDDI.X
m to pasture anlmali. to catch ur shoot hogs, game, or
birds of any kind, without permlution, on any of tbe lands
belonging to Her Highness It. Keelifcobuil, from Kawele
to KaJualtal. on tbe Island of Molofcal. Persons caught
d.iing the abore will be prosecuted aud dealt with accord
lug to law.
R. V. MKVi-.i:,
Agent for Her Hfebne It. KeWfkolani,
SSS 4t on the Island of Mulotul.
Boot and Shoemaker.
II AH BKMOVEO TO HI.iU Silt 1. 1 r.
oppUe West's Carriage Depot, where be Is pre
paired to supply UU Ciutoners wltn Boot fetter
than Benteri's i$l
Hll York, April 19. A 7asae Waahinelon rpaeUl
aajt : " Tba ealamoiea latelj aet aluat againit Brit
taw are effectaallj disposed of. A sew ttorj of bis
connection vitb tbe Texas Pacific Railway baa latelj
baea prepared, bat it if falsa. Tba last of this week
bas bcaa aaVacled as tba time far tba tpriagiae; of this
leottti'.D, bat tba autbura aeaj wait longer."
Till; l VDFRSIGVKD Hereby tU.ve Kotiee
to all penou, tbat they have been duly appointed
Kxecotor under tbe Will of itubert MeKlbbou, late of
Honolulu, deceased; and that tbey request ail persons
having claims against tbe said Estate to present the same,
duly aathentirmted, to W. L. CIreen. one of tbe said s
rut 'M, at ifae office of K T. Lenehao A Co. Honolulu,
within six months of tbe day of publication of Ibis nutk-e,
or tbey will be for ever barred. AH persons owing tbe
sad Estate are hereby requested to make Immediate pay
W. la. GHEE.X.
Honolulu. May Uth, ISTsw 591
JUST ARRIVED, FROM ENGLAND.
PER KA MOI !
WHITE ENAMEL PAINT
MADE BY THB
Liverpool Silicate Paint Comp'y
ASl'PERIOK ARTICLE, READY FOR
tree, adapted fur
External or Internal Fainting
of 0001 or SHIPS, a preventive of the ravagttof tbe
White Ant, and can i- used equally well on Ceoeut, Irwo
or Zinc, (MI am) CA.HTLE UOOKE.
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE
For Sal !
ABSOLUTE TITLE GUARANTEED
- . THE TWO-STORY CORRAL rTOE
HOLME on Kiof street, opposite the reairteuce
of Mr. Thomas Thrum, aad recently occupied by
i Mr. D. P. Peterson.
The House ta I-ATUllD AND PLASTERED Uirouehont
the Imide, and is a COOL AND UlCSIUADLK BE4I
DEN'CE. containing au rooms, besides a ball way ou Brat
aad second Aoara.
There are convenient oat baildlacs In tbe rear, and .bade
and fruit trees ia the iot-Eaajr Jnu aa to Pay
HI For further ptrrimaaTt apply to,
I. B. PETERSON.
(91 41 - At the Pom Oflace-
Californiai Red Brick.
A FEW THOt'. A ! OP GOOD QUALITY,
received Uaa day per ataxy Belie HoJerta, and for
sale by ttX BOIXES 00.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
CALIFORNIA SILVER SKIN UIIOII.
Eeceircd per Hurray, and for sale by
E71 BOtXES A CO.
The Following Machinery,
ONE SL'UAR .WILL. COMPLETE ;
THREE lYEHroX'N CE.V T KIFt'UAL
I I VE STEAM CLARIFIERS. 400
Of Various Descriptions.
Cae Heidseiek's Champagne, pints anil quarts'
Batkets Lawrence's Champagne, ptt and qta,
Baskela Lawreaee's Charupaene, extra dry,
Cates liennetty't Brand,
Cases Martell't xxx Brand,
Ca.'es Planet's 1SS2 Brandy,
Cases Small Genera,
Baskets Best Uaneva,
Cases Rest Old Tom Oin.
Cates Best Kinaban's L Irisb, Whiskey,
Cases Danville's Irish Whiskey,
Best Scotch Wbifker,
Quarter Ca;kt Best Hennesty't Pala Brandy,
Quarter Casks Best Kartell's Brandy,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Hum.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Cases Best Pale Sberry,
Cases Bast Old Port,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Wbiskaj,
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pints and Quarts.
India Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
Bats at Co's India Pala Ale, pints and quarts,
Orange Bitters, in cases,
Boutellean A Co's , , ,
Cases Superior Vermouth,
Casaa Fuker't Bitters, Cases Superior Claret,
Ac, Ac, Aa.
Caaea M'EWA VB XXX ST OCT, la atone Jafja,
PINTS A.M. QUA STB.
Bark Ka Moi. from Bremen
A FULL A8HOBTMEST OP
INK PRINTS nalli). New Mtylea.
fine while Ground prut., iia-w styles.
White .. . :. White brille,
Superior Quality of Bleached rtettma,
Superior Tweeds, Shawls Asaorted, Ac, Ac
ALSO A FINE LOT OF
Superior Brands Cliampagne.
F. T. LENEHAN CO.
Saloon Pilot Bread.
art VSES AND tR. CASES-Per M. BelleBrobetaa
y Far tale by Sail UOLLta A OU.
By E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE!
At Ural r-pwat A. M at Sulfa Room.
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
Fine Prints, Malius, Linen Drills,
Bruwn Cottons, Whit. Cottont, Marios,
Victoria Lawns. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Ilarrarv! Shirts. Fancy Flannel OrerthirU,
Turkith Towels for Bathing,
Blankets. JTbita Shirts, Amosktag Deaiat,
Aaaosk.ag Stripes, Cotton Drill. Brilliaata,
Fine Tweed Suits, Bed Qailts,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Fait and Straw Hats, Ladies' Hnta,
Men's Soeks, Bridles and Bits,
Traveling Bags, Bts., Etc., Etc.
Best Brands Kerosene, Card Matches.
Teast Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
S. .l.i Crackers, Clothes Pins, Hams,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars. Fine Tea, Oyatcrs,
Axa liandlas. Salt, Wash Blue. Palo Killer,
Ac. atte. r.
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
One Handsome Covered Baggy
ALSO, Al PRIVATE SALE!
E P. ADAJIM, Anct'r.
C. BREWER CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
BY LATE ARRIVALS FROM BOSTON!
The Following Assortment of
Anchors. R00 to 1000b.
Leather Helling. 3 to 6 ia, Oak TanneJ,
Buxei Jam and Bale of Rope,
Boats assorted Styles,
Cane Knives, Cultivators,
Carts, Ilaml, .Mule and Horse.
Copper Paint. Canal Barrows,
Cumberland Coal in Casks
FENCE WIRE, BEST QUALITY !
FIRE CLAY, FIRE EXTINGUISHERS!
1 II r Power for Sawing Wood,
Planters Hoes. Hay Cutter,
Kaolin. Fire Clajr,
Yellow Pine Well Seasoned
Yellow MttfaL IS to It of.
Pluws sarlons stylet and site,,
Pails 3 Hoop,
American Prints Desirable Styles !
Best Quality Rosin,
Turks Island Salt in Oak Barrels
Nests Painted Tubs,
Casks of EGG COAL!
Imported Expressly for Fttmily Use t
Ex Favorite, From Victoria :
100 Barrels Fraser Riser Salmon,
10 Half Barrels Fraser Rir.r 8alnioa.
Ever Barrel in Perfect Order and,
FOR SALE AT A VERY LOW FIUUIIK,
Eastern Pine Sugar Shooks !
WILL BE SOLD
At a Lower Price Than Ever Before Offer
ed in This Market
These Shooks are Thoroughly Seasoned
And otTer advantage! orer all others,
SOLD IN THIS MARKET:
Holding a larger qnantity of sugar, gaining from
2 J per cent- to 3 per eent. in setting up and requiring
no coopering after leaving tbe Plantation
ALL OF THE ABOVE GOODS !
Will ba sold low
To Close Consignments,
To make room for new goods expected per
Syren and Ceylon :
TO ARRIVE EARLY NEXT FALL,
INVOICES OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED
C. BREWER & CO.
THE I MIKRSIIIVED. Fomerlj with
U. 2f. Flltner, beat In lnlorm the cttixe nsof Hono
lulu and tne pnbur renerall that he ha. taken a
Window in (.'. at Williams Flro Proof HaiiiUnx. on
Fort Street, where he will rive special at ten lion to all
tctnOs of Watrb.es, clocka. and Jewelry Itepairlng, Ki.zniv
Inga. ate. AU packages from the olber Islands addressed
to him, containing article, for repairs, will receive prompt
aUeulloo. Orders anUcited for all grades of Wale baa of
A ru.rkao manufacture. Halianactlon guaranteed la every
reepcei. (AM fall) P. WIL-OX CIA UK.
Notice to Alabama Claimants.
ALL PKR-SOSH HAVfWCJ CLAIMM OF THE
kind called ALA RAMA CI.AIaM against the T'nilard
States, arc notUed that evidence on the name wUi be
taken before Omrnisalnners in Honolulu at days to ba
afaaoialed, wbicb may be learned by enquiry at Una ofBce.
ALFRED H. HABTWEIX.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Office over Dr. Hoffmann a Drug store, Me rj ban I St,
Honolulu. H I. Utl 4t
r I WART PEBE St rlM Carta HaaKfce.
Quarts and ran la. Sow banding ex ' ' laa asoa.
For aal. br n HACaiFJCLrj oa.
Ut ta Agent.
Firmr. k . obaib vis royal
Ckaart and Pints. How handing el " Ka Moi
For WM by is. uaursLn as ij.,
aSS Zm Agents.
IS FaaEXCB. (iCBHAX tuad fJaas W IEStEl
by a trained teacber uf tan yean experieaee.
Apply to t'. el C. office ut Ihts paper. 7t
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston,
WKAI.EJIE. ABM, rBOaf 10 FXET TW
XI frel locag. of Lhm beat ajonlltj
Futtaiebr AUj BOIXZ8 A 00.
Ill C. 8. BARTOW.
GREAT OPENING SALE!
On Wednesday, and Thursday,
at AT tltt aaval
asratar Aocllon I loom, and that ba will re-opem then am
Wednemtay neat by onVnrag Par aal..
REMAINDER OF THE CARGO
and other rccat laaporl tlfciaw
aeT XrarlT the whole of Hie go
been received with la tb last ls aaoallas. aatt ew'apttsaa
KUJU HUM, and a H.N1C LaJT OF BLAlt aVATTS.
OH TIII BHDAT, WILL BI 11
An Invoice of 3
Beat Ale and Porter, wine.
Jama and J
Lalatsdea t'elebrsteat Reel Bar' C LA BBTT
mr Hale to commence each day, at half pass aaaa.
C. S. BARTOW. AaeUoDawr.
BUILDING FOR SALE !
ON SATURDAY, - - - MAT 20th
At U o'CaOck, noon.
On the Premises, Nuuanu Are.,
WILL BE HOLD.
The Frame Building!
knn cook nocBB attachib.
Recently Occupial as a Store, by Mrt. Wtik.
Bl'ILDINU TO BE BKAfOVBTa.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioaser.
AT WAREROOMS OF M. T. DONNELL
M KIXO s I :t ! r.
On FRIDAY, : : : MAY 26th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
When will lx sold the Stock of Furniture, of
tie EstaU of M. T. DonneU,
Comprising a Selection of Hew and
DESIRABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE !
Marble Top Walnut Hade-boards, Walnnl Wardrobe.,
Cedar Bureausand Wardrobes, afarhieTop Walnut Tabia
Waluut Easy Chair, hair cloth. Hair ( Iota "11)1 rat..
I Parlor Set, San nder Klgnred Repa, 7 pea,
I Parlor Ret Ntrlped Reps, 7 pes.
Cane and Wood Meat ('baits. Rockers. Koa 1
llarbie Top tfe Plain Wasbstavnda, Hide tanard at
Koa and line IScdsteada, Bath Tub, If aal Hafts, I
Lot of Crockery and Cutlery,
Hay Cutter, Side Maddte. Double Harness.
Brack Furnace, with Iron Boater, Lot uf Plant. aranUlaag,
Horse Power, for Turning Lathe, with 1 wheels aad
Wooden Shaft, U rind. Ion aw.
Lath.. Bench and Belt, Spare Wheal nod Chacka,
A Variety of Tools, Jacks and Screws,
P1CTUR E !S!
SU Ijtrgj Chromoa, rtcture, t O. a F..
Koa Calabashes. Match Boxes, Coffins, Belting,
iron Cheat, Letter Press, tic la re cord. Flag Pole.
Coffin plates and Cri
Cook Stove and Fixtures
AIM, al 13 clack Baoa.
I Bay Horse, Buggy, Pole and Shaft
And a large Vari.tr of Other Artie lea
for Mechanical Caaa.
F. T. Letiehan and C 8 Bartow
THE fBESIMKM STOW IMt'l'.
ajavs al"l I'V v.. I. Al.-un'tar. nave, n
a The Lot contains Three Acres, encbaaa! by
a .-done Wall, Incladlng a Uanle.i wll stocked wilb
and Shade Tree, and a Pasture for ooo or two 1
nie lioner I ..Il.n ao.ra.. Includlrag ... rooaaa aa aaeS
floor, arid naa tataly bean pat la good repair. Thasra la a
wen ut esi-eueni water, near ta niaas. aad a
tlre-im for Irrigation. I'herw U also .a Carrw Ho
Coiurufxllous srvaiit a li .uv. and .Hi. r .ut ;
Ui.; prenjlsea. Apply to
W. a ALEXANDER, or
4ASm 8. & DOLl-.
Real Estate for Sale.
rwutiiTrtum is ui i- vnt iakatu
In a pleasant pan of tba t..w., with Baafe Man,
and araali 4 tore iaa the raaaajtarva.
iaa Im Knuulreof C S. BARTOW.
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
OS BKAftOXAIILF. TKRAM 4 CO 9 V KM.
IKST Family rtatdenee.
For particulars apply to
JAMBS a UCMOM.
fMlHAT VERY DEHIR.ABLK DWKIXIXO
M. Premises, .No IM Banana Avenue
tors, dining room, bedroom, dresatng
riniats caoaeu oa orat
A !f D
bouse, stable, fowl house, ate, tu order, Aaata I
Aug 10,-ASJ It J H. WOOD.
A LHO the cottage and prti'utasa 1
rootras, kitchen, oathroocu, aaa 1 aa.
siahie, and carriage bonae.
UEBMO.VH WUHMtl TO LEAK
AA can near of a competent raascAaar. as
terms, for evenings. Call a: tbe OOca of thai
t: 1 h- r..,a is
with M the conTtrateiKwa of a Arat I
Inqtur. of AM
BOUJM m CO
THE HtltHE LATELY MlTPIU
by Hr. B. M. Carter, aftnate.1 at tbe coraae taf Psastaj
Waia asd Puncbowwl ftta. fraaaaaA. grswa la. ear
Apply at to-
MS Un MABSHAL b OffKX
Desirable House Lots for Sal.
or sale at mil
rs euafnlr. of
prices. Fur terau an. otAar I
11 fl a. a MMJK.
For Sale or For Lease-
A HaJTBSeaTE COTTAtlS afLCASAST
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