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Supplement to the Hawaiian Gazette , Jan. nth, 1882
Career j in England ana Aaierlci.
Front the London Spectator.
Within tin last twcnlj-cne years three
Amnion l'residcnls have attracted English
sttention to such a derre that their histories,
their character! and their face have been as
miliar in thi conntry s those or any cabi
net miniiteia. Enslishnira know Mr.Liiia.ln,
General Grant and General Garfield as they
know Sir Itoliert Feet, Lord Cljrle or Mr.
Forstcr. Sot one oT the three h been a man
of ortone, or lias indeed, (KeneMed anything
lite a competence, hilc two have died Iwor
inert. Mr. Lincoln, until his clectinn, lived
r,n.ilieniii.g ia a lawyer; and lien be
die.1 after six years of the presidency, lie left
lii. widow so" li'tle that a sul.cripttuii was
raised or her by hia rriends and an oiiilica
tion w made to Congress for a pennon.
General Grant, when he wes called to active
service waa far from prosperous -had. indeed,
scarcely anything his income from a
mall unaino and though ho ln received
laree rifts and ha enjoyed the highest salary
riven inlhc Union for eight year., bo haa still
lo supplement his penaion by uorkaa chair
man of corporations. General Garfield when
be died fonnd to be poseersed of 5,000,
consisting chiefly of a farm, probably over
valned, of ISO acre, winch be cultivated
himi-clf ; ont of bin salary a President be bad
effected an insurance for 5,000 more, but even
with that addition tho whole property left be
hind him waa only 1 0,000. The .eta are in
lcreatinj;, for to reasons. They show that
tlie pursuit of poliiics in America, even when
the politician ii successful, ia not, for an
boueat ran, a pyis profession; and
that career are really open m the Untied
States not only tollie lowly born, but to the
poor. They are not, it i tme, quite open to
all citiieiu, Ibongh that ia the boast of the
country, rcjtcaieu ou .-... .
with Uic entire aesent or all who bear it. It
w ould 1 quite Impossible for a mulatto to reach
the presidency, if hi dcaceut were known, and
erceasively difficult eitlier for a Catholic or a
man of avowed atheistic opinions. We will
not co the length of saying that neither of the
latter could be elected, for the Catholic might
b a acceaful soldier, and the Free-thinker
an Admiral Firragut; but no convention not
carried away, aa in the case of Mr. Lincoln's
second election, by an irreitible popular de
mand, wou'd ever dream of proposing cither
or them for the popular vote. The Catholic
would be suspected, and the albcit disliked,
nearly Tour-filths of all American rroiesUuts
liug. ir Hot ortliodoxinlheolosy.at least con
vinced auiictnatnralists, so convinced as to re
tain a distinct dislike Tor roes of negative
opinions. Still, the obstacles to rising offered
by low birth and want or means have, in the
iTn;ii Siatm. been verv thoroughly swept
away. It ia hardly possible to go below a log
cabin in a swamp, and out of such alogcabin,
without education, ir money, or anything but
himself, came General Garfield, who, aa a lad
ot sixteen, could not write, and as a mature
man beguiled the tedium of caini-life by anno
tations on a potkel " Hora-.e." That a man so
silnaled could, without the favor of any patron
aud without accumulating wealth, rise to the
very tot", is a sufficient proof that any man
without negro blond and not a conviuced Cath
olic? ran attain anr inilitical position in the Uni
ted States. It is ii"t quite so in Eari-pe, t.ut-
aide France, and we rather douDl it mfciigianii
,1.. trrolenrv is toward that licrlect equality.
It may bo attained in France, abere the charm
of birth as a jailitical factor is wtirely dead,
and the only pustule dictator is the son of a
muall grocer at Cahors, aud the actual presi
AM,i waa a iieasaut, where a Protectant, a Jew,
or a Catholic baa an equal chance uf tho urin-
iMrv, "d where candidates allctt jiovcny as a
In England, however, the eqnality is still far
to aeefc. A trace of color probably would not
hinder a man mucW or low birth, if he were
in ashamed r it-though the latter weights
him heavily, the popular reeling and tho iiopa
lar reason not being quito in accord; but be
must not be a Catholic; and in politics he neads
lu.Miey at every step ol his carter. lie cstinot,
... IIn with, either dispense with education
or et a good one without much outlay. To enter
ncy profession will cost a lad 500, and if the
profession is guarded by competition, double
that sum, the result ot "throwing open" ap
pointments having bcentngiveapractical mo
uopoly or them lo Irishmen, Scotchmen, and
such few Englishmen as are traiuod by very
akillful and extremely expensive methods. The
Euelishmanisao slow aud.aaalad.so hostile
t,. instruction that, but for a very costly system
of education, the public service would be filled
exclusively with Irishmen. To enter politics,
a-ain, in this country is to give up any gainful
pTufcesiou, except the bar, which others cannot
practice foryou, and lo pay heaty direct fines
or entrance into Parliament. Statesmen have
tried for a good niauy J ears to keep down clec
but they have eitlier not been
try Miicerc, or have been balScd.and the out
lay is very much what it was. A contest is oc
casionally cheap, but the man who stands for a
county without 0,000 to waste Lord Clifton
eays t he agents sneered at 3,500 -or for a bur
rough if be caunut readily find 1,000, limit
have rel u'ca' elf-coufideiice, and be
able, besides " Pul lon apnlicauta for
subscriptions with some determination. ' A
Uisaetller froni Qoakeriani," says Judge
li.liburlonMMnewberc, "must have a tlffih
tipper lip;" but his obstinacy is weakness,
coiupared with that requited of a candidate
who reruees to pay the bills incurred by Ins
a-ent against his orders. :o plea but bank
ruptcy w ill shield him. The grand difference.
however-ror, after all, a popular man or a
r nn would lc seated by subsenp-
tion-is the necessity or living in London after
election. A very largo .ection or American
politicians lio on tlicir salaries. There no
iiioie pressure oiithcm in Warlungton to Ine
cxinMvdy U.an there ia on Irish iiieii.bera in
L,.iidu ; their aalarics are not illiberal, mile
age boiug taen imo ..... j
. ? .ft-;.,.! distance: and they have, wo
lircaun, that fearlesauess oT the pecuniary
future which, more than any other jwulianiy.
differeutialea Americans from Europeans. In
En-land the member cannot live witliont;
monev rhis own at all, as there is no aa lyrics
or him to receive, and practically, if a very
twor man and married, finda the wHiou near
lv intolerable. Moreorleaa, in apitc ol char
acter and ability, and even success if he bad
nolXI.SOO ajcar rrom sonic eoiircc or other,
the rich distrust him, the poor despise hui.,
aud ho is liamiwred at every turn. With only
250 a year aud a house to k up, his nerve
w..u!d break down under the cab difficulty,
an l the worry r knowing that a dissolution,
which even well-to-do members feel keenly,
might be fatal to him. Hi. popularity is
ali-htlr less, the aubscnptioai have alien off,
and the agents begin to auggost that he might
be mure .ucces.rul 11 auoluer borough. He
do nut care to quote names, but au excellent
imuobcr. Mr. Valuegrave Le.lie, a in.ui or
h.sh birth, fair means, and great personal
popularity, published lo Uie world that he re
tired from Parliament Tor that reasoi, and no
other: and every election dismisses less con
spicuous persons with nothing but want or
uieau. against them, to oblivion. There 1. llo
other road in England to political .access
than Parliament; and when, Ihererore, fcn-
glishmeu b last that careers ...a.j. .....
. .. .. ..1.1 tl.M ntLilinca.
tion that careers are as epen ontside the poli- j
lical world. Our premier must have mora
than 200 a year. The Briton does not ask
that his representative should be rich that ia
a calumny but he asks that be should be
independent, and, ir married, keep "a house.
He niust, in short, have an income equiva
lent to the Interest or four limes Gen. Gar
There is very little chance, indeed, that,
this state of things will lie altered speedily
Men are becoming decidedly more manly
rlxiut money, ami in presence or the great
fortunes everywhere abont proclaim them
selves poor, even very poor. with a quite
novel nonclialance. Society, indeed, is so
rich that, iryon have not large means, you
may as well. Tor social porposes, have none;
while, Tor the past five years, it has been
the men of position who havchad no6t of the
pecuniary difficulty. Xevertfcsless, under a
change of opinion, which it ia most diffi
cult to trace, the old democratic demand for
the payment of membera has died away, and
the idea lt laying the cost or election on
constituencies finds scarcely an earnest ad
vocate. Any constituency can pay its mem
ber, but only one does it, openly at least;
while the cry for state payment has ceased
to le heard at public meeting, and wonld
certaiuly be rejected by an English plebiscite.
Asking questions, private and personalr is
one vulgar habit, and telling yonr own busi
ness, which no one wsnts to bear, is another.
Asking the cost or a present that has leen
rnado you ; pumping a servant to hear
what has been given by way ot parting vail;
loud talking in public: hard staring at table;
insolent diarcspcit to husband, wils sistcr or
brother; showing temper in trifles and making
scenes in public; showing an embarrassing
amount or rondness'and making love in pnblic;
covert sneers, of which people can see the
animns ir they do not always understand the
drift; jtcrsistnit egotism, which talks forever
ofilself, ilself, itself only itself, and can not
even ft ign the most ;iassiug interest in another;
detraction or friends ami it may be or relations
a bnsband telling of his wife's unpleasant
ness a wife complaining ol ber husnana s
faults; tho bold assumption ot snieriority ;
and the servile conression of infinite unwurthi-
s: all these aro sitnis and evidences of
vulgarity vulgarity or a Tar worse type than
that which eats its flesh with a steel knife, and
says "you was" and "each of the men
In act, tme vulgarity resolves itseir into
that central point or evil selfishness. The
unselfish can never Iw really vulgar, a hey
may be uncouth, but they can lint be more ;
while the best lep-arcsamg ol manners to io
round in the whole world can not make the
aobstsnce refined, where that one foul canker
of egotism and indifference to others lie at
the heart of things. Tl,t Queen.
lie nmbcTf f th Hte T1nfort TtCTrj. locthtt with tHelr Slum. Oovstne, tn4 Amiti , .n. fact emjbody Ilh
Xarinl Talent, or without, kre trnr?tr4 to mftl at any time, on or after.
Wednesday, December 28,
At 7:30 o'clock A. M.,
At rlmrT Co'i OmrPtow, to eiamtae tb!r larpe ittmrtment of Pfrfaww and Fanty Good, wWch thfy are
rlliii at prim fret 25 to 50 Mr CKNT lover Ittn Halt a.nalUyor Hood was eyer before offered !n the
Of crtryVwly U rearly exhausted with XercbanU who win InIt upon keepla ap hljl. price, and
Palmer dts Oo's Drug-store
a aclno ie4-d Ity all, to tns Ute ehesiaest tiUc tn Hsnolala to bay Drn, Paner Gooda, JLc- sKe Ac
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
Fluid Extracts, Tinctures,
Powders, Fills, Tonics
rERSUS INSECT POWDEC
sirrLE sniELTis, steisges. Nirn.Es,
nor hitters, toilet r.trEO,
KCKSEBV BOITLES. ETC.
ALSO JUST RECEIVED!
FARINA AND GOSNELL COLOGNE.
SUPERIOR IBUIUII D FSEKCH PIRFiraEKT.
IiUbin's Exquisite Powder,
(The best SOAP for Indies and children.)
CHERRY TOOTH PASTE,
AodaLar-f A"Wtmentor Lafcln ind Olle'a Soae
aitQ i rri amrrr. immrai mna uiuri
iMiTMTior Toilet Article.
FOR SALE AT VEBT LOW TE1CXS AT
fqr D R. HOFFMAN'S Drug Store.
THE BIG COLLAR,."
C. HAM ME B,
t'nnER him; ami i oirr tui:ltn.
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER
I'inc SifgU and DouhU ItHjgy Harnett,
Concord aud Mule Harness
Plantation Harness rf all torts,
Riding Bridle, SndiUer, WJtipt
Currycomf't, Brushes, Saddle Qotls,
Ani eTtry XecMiarj for Stable cte at
BED K0CK PRICES FOE CASH.
IE Kepalrlnsof eery fiertpt1on done lo the bes
ItooMble manner, with the bct uateriala, at lowca
of.n.f n ratea.
All Work Cnarantffd or Kxchanprd'
l.tMllt FORTIUS I1K.COI.MK1 rfl
Hoi lister & Co.
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES,
fragrant Vanity Fair
Drawiajt Room, and
Lorillard'i Fins and Fine Cct Tobacco's.
i America, they iltould add the qualiDw- ( 8a
Vtrr. itrrp the nsrsr AitTirix ur
?r '; Importers,
Honolulu, Haw'n Is.
WENNEE & GO's
CLOSING out SALE of JEWELRY
Gold and Silver Watches !
,An Assortment of Frooious Stonoa
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, RUBIES &c, &c.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATED WARE !
Shell and Kukni Ornaments, Gold and Silver Sets
Bracelets, Brooches, Solid Silver Spoons, Silver Cups,
Xapkin Rings, Sleeve Buttons, Scarf Pins, and a
Wliicli yve will Sell at Very Iott Rates.
As this is a Bona Fida Closing Out Sale, Call
Before You Buy Elsewhere, of
WENNER & CO,,
92 mflT KTItrKT.
GEO. C. SHREVE & Co.,
I INT jE J E 'W ELRY!
I IO Montgomery St., San Francisco, OfTor Bettor Induccmonta
to Purchasers of
this list to tx found In the city
a, w aa u. a. j
Etc Tn.vs Asr oTttEn house o.n-the lwemo coast,
rr A rinf A.-onmrnt of o.iits Jmlrr, ot Vnlqae Dfilcni, sad ot Ot'Il nVrXJIAMraCTCRE
Wc have the Largest, the Finest, tho Cheapest Stock of Goods in onr Lino I
la CaHforala. AU Ooods martrd la ltlo Starrs, aod bat ore rrlrt.
oar Ora by mall an.wcrrd promntlv and carrallr on rams Irrma aa thon?b stloctlona wfte nad In rrnoa.
Largest Manufacturing House
OS THE PACIFIC COAST.
The Most Desirable and
In. "tlx TkEarliet.
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD 1
E. P. ADAMS. ACENT.
HaTe opened their now Warcrooms
The Largo and Commodions Store
CAMPBELL'S TO"W BLOCS
ON FORT STREET,
Warn, with tnmittd additions to Stork jait rrcelTfd
pr bark DIcoTrry and brig na O. Irwin-,
TJaoy Vv 111 OHoi'
largest and Finest Assortment
Ever thowD on thuo Ialiodi,
And at Prices
Onr Now InYtrloM comprise' soma
ELEGANT and ARTISTIC
Which cannot fall for appreciation.
A WORD TO THE WISE
Hollister c Co.
AO EST FOR
numphrr x's noxncopatluc Medicine Co's
KH Yalltlt AMI
Crown Perfumery Co, London.
Holiister &. Co.
Arnla for the
Celebrated 'J. C Aja's CCo's Kedidncs.
I?roi ronTrA'D, aoo wkjx
. and lt Whole Barrrla of Columbia rtWir Salmon.
Catea Pilot Bread. Cae. Xtedloci liread. Cafes boda
Crafker, Ac For Sal by
snum ii. iiAntrrxp a est.
COLUSIHIA ltITaU SALMOX, IN
barrels and half tamls. For saw hr
BOLLS S Co
KXTHA FAMILY IJKEF 1
IX HALF IlAllllIILS.
X In .. , and half barrels.
ir ion a.a.a. 11a
boli.es Jt ru.
With l Jin Kin ATI' rosir.sNlns TflAT
rerr drMrable reldenee 'n. 19a Nnninn
Arrnne. cootalolnz eight room., kitchen, nantrr, b ith
room, .eirea!1 room, coach hoave. etabu aod fowl
houie. Applrto 4. II. n'wllt.iif
rIHr J. E. WISEMAN. Merchant l
HRtTA nntjt. ii nvtue Ducorr.nr
AfrUaiSI. Foe tale by
BOILED LIXSKKD FAINT OIL.
Raw Linreed Paint Oil. tVarrenled the pare ArticU
Lard Oil, for Labrlcatin. CaeB of spirit Tar
pentine. Atlantic Lead. In package, of 1 lb, and
npwarj or SJ lb., liat ttrn.he. in sreat
rarletr. Allot which will be roldal llc.a br
39 U BOLLE9 A CO.
For Sale !
M. J. EOSE
AGAIN ON HAND!
And tetter aMe than ever to ton out
Unt-clas Carriage Work of all
HAYING JUST TATlEX IN HIS
XajfftT Suia Carrlag la renovat tad )IUh
np w be In rrauine on &it mam mp rrom iranta
th Glotx. mr artist Mat. CaavaTaa tk carrU
palmer, lata ot lTilUdIpaU. ftrlt confidt at Ual h
ran pat on $ach a finUi ai ha Dfrtr txnt ttn t
llonotBla: and. farthermor, 1 vlah It dUtlactlr
snderflood Jbat I will not be rttpoasiblt for a ay aect
dnltbat mUht happea w. that octaftont la fart all
itiT vamaers inat ar pcioica ot mmi. r )
friirtiten anr fractiova hrta: thmfor X ahoold ad-
TUe all partita ilnj
Rose's make of Carriages
comlas to set a tight crip on the rihbMia aad thenhy
avoid an accident. I alo with to ium that Ut
C LOSS AN D FINISH
oris DtmftTiT.T:. en
And will lart for yrara If th Job la prrwrlT rard fvf,
a. 1 oolTth jm nETf VAUwNTl.NKV aad
ll nr. i V tilt lull viuvtmi rx
AltMi. nlnie hear la mind that I id tsraiar oat mdi
That haa crfr brtn md lo thla Klajtdon. Aa a for
mer oarneaa-makcr aaiat
Of the chtapf r description a ot FaniHare la
Very Full and Complete,
And prices hare been materially rcdaced.
DUE NOTICE WILL BE GIVEN
Of the time of openlnz, when we thill
INVITE THE PUBLIC TO CALL
Innp oct our CrOodn,
E. P. ADAMS,
SSI Agen California rarnllnre Co.
Osr. rxi: c Rrtiaui:tioRHf hud Axn
Crntlc, well broken to harness, scren Tears old.
3In Enquired b. iIAONl.1.
Gr uava Jolly,
BEFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook
Pioneer Steam Candy, Factory
Lemon and Tam&rind Syrups always on hina
37 e. xxx a. rinds
rotnpin A.No.1 Refined fiacars, hl.hlf
recommended for Sea TOrases.
American, French, English
Made to Order at short Notice
Woddlnc Cakes Ornamented
la the hlfihest Si)!c ot Art
Rich freth home tnada Chocolate Creams, Cocoannt and
? llalel Htreel bel. saaaas aaiU t'art
e.n ir qr
.o. TS and 7S Hold Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors
Hoard Iir tho Day, AVcek or Transient
Soda Water and other Iced Drinla
McaU Sorvcd in rirst-Clasa Stylo
AT ALL HOl'n.
IlF-VnTJ.nAltT. PS7 9 ELi.isX.nxnT
COAL! COAL! COAL!
THElHCEnStCUD Hl.UC BHU XFPOIFITED
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
:or the Colebratod
offer thla TO , f t rale In qoantltlf r toanlt porchtpen ,
at verr modorattt ratra. te" For riantatlnit Uie,
THIS COIL 19 BETTER
ttian tnj thlt com pi to thla market, icIyIdc 10 pr cent
mnre fleam hy actual u-au rat C'arjo dne aloat Dec
SJtti, per bark nerere.
am. fx a nonixsox.
! employ no prison labor."
And I ar I rmploy none bat the TEST D EST that
can b had la th Realm. I wih u call jtmr atteatltm
to two acta Juat tarnni out tor A. McKlftlrj,
Amftkaa Contal here. Any on wit Mag to thia
Sne tnra oat mtj do ao by wioe Mt on the Plains taj
fine aftrmooa after 4 o'clock and, at a dlausteof
more than halt a. mile, can aee the aptendld pair of
creatna-tbe latre of Ibe YaraUh, the bticbtaeaa of
the rich cold plalr, aad the ahlelaje of the romtee la
the daiilins rare ot the aoa, la fact. It would remind
one If tie had lued aome thoaaanda of yeara api wbes
I hire waa a eod man traaaUted to the aklea la a
coldni chariot; la fact, the whole trap looka aa tboazh
ft bad been pranced by thematic powera of Aladdla'a
Lamp; It la loo haodaome to be made by mortal man.
1 am alio bnlldto; aonte very flue
Expresses and Pamily Carriages.
I also wlah to call yonr attention to the fiae stock of
That I bare oa band and for aale, aad the Urju-lot
no uu the. way from New York, of all klade of tioti,
xltt poke, Itaba, Fellova, Dent Hlmi of all aliea, and
am todipcUed lo charge a a mall adTanec on my former
!as sails orumptly attended to.
In ordering: Mule Harness
Frotn the other lvlandu, tor plantation nae, pleat give
helcth and len-tb of the auLuiaU aa aear aa poaa tble. ao
aa lo enauro anu
Factory and Place of Business,
T9,61aadS31t1iisSt Honolulu, 577
PA11TIKS HAVING PAttCKnS TO
forward tnh follow lnrurtj,lt: II llo, I'nnalao,
Iloanapo. Eaalnaln. Kcalakekaa. Kaltat, Kawathae and
Mahnkona, Hawaii; Kapaa Kealla. Hanalrl and
Koloa. Kaaal; and Tala. Maul, win aend tbem to
Na. SI Qaeen attrft (next dr to Mmir. BoIIf A
Co.), where thry will he parked and forwardiM to reliable
a;mta. who will deliver iHrro lo their owners when
called for. Areata for ethn ports wilt be aecnrrJ aa
ft at posielble. Let TOK fileada fet their thine
aafeandfa good foiiillllori PT
orFKK Olal) KOXaV Ol'l'EB
111 Tor 8ali tj UOLLEa & Co
E. 0. HALL & SON
HAVING JfADE 1IXTEX8IVK
addltlonato tneir K1 re-Proof Store, and barlg
rrcrlrcd Uooda by many Ute arrltata from different
pirta of the world, wwihl
CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION
TO THEIR SI-LESDID
ASSORTMENT OF PLOWS!
Two car load of which hate lately been rccclrrd from
the Mot Ids) How Co., and comprt
" TTnll Stool Plows"
Xoa. 3, C, 7, S, 9, 10. 1 1, 1 J, M sail I i.
HALL'S BREAKERS, 14-INCH
ASD TIIC rCLCDUATED
TTATiTi i'UKEOW FXOWS,
Hall Furrow Plows,
Stool Sldo Hill Plows,
Kos. i, IS aad 14. aad the II Inch
The hundred of tbe above 1'Iowe now In im im alt
parts of the Ulabda will tentlfy for lbemelTea aa ta
their ctxl qua 11 tie. Ncw Asrlcaltarat Ware Jtoom
3LU41, KId: btreet addition.)
STOVES AND RANGES
Of all size and many kind, lately recelred and oa ex
hlbltloQ In the
New Stove Boom on King Street,
Including the Harp. Hay Mlatr, Tatiern Cook. Mofrl
Cook. Uly Dale, ray Jacket, Telecraph, Sample Conk,
Crown. tViQihern lieu. MM and AlrnesU Minn. AIm.
New Kmprers and Union lUnge of all . TariBe
Calxmsirs, frum 5n.UtoNo.At farmt a llAllina, flat
Iron llratera, Parlor Fianklla and Coal Oil Move a. all
alaet. (Stote CnUngs and 1re Dricka coaauatly ou
ALSO IN STOCK
A GOOD SUPPLY OF OTXS !
Kernena Oil lvwner'a and Xoonday,
Lard OU In barrels and case?.
Cylinder Oil In barrel and raves.
Lnbrlratlnz Oil, low-prlemt. In barrela and caaea,
t'aUr Oil fn barrela and caaea.
Neat's Voni Oil In barrela and taaff.
IlahbncVi Pale Boiled and Kaw Oil la barrels aad
Besides all the Items ahore nentloaad, we bar oa
hand aT-ry fall Wxkaitd aaxortnent of all Oowa that
we have dealt In, and many new things never kept be
873 E. 0.)IALI.A.SON.
A TiTi PATIT1ES IIAVINO AXY
hnriei or rattle bekmrlntfto the Eitateof the
late THOMAS J1EEK. with bl a brand, are taetloned
a;alnl cbsDslbg the ame. or aelling each horses of
cattle, under penalty of pro-trailon.
II. O. CK All ui:.
Tra-tee and AdtnlnUtrator,
Etite of Thomas Meek, deceaved.
Hcmolnla. July 1Mb. 1-wi. Mj tm
BY THE LATEST JVBHIVALS
rmtn ns riiAxciMo
WE HAVK UnCKIVKD AXuVlEOK
addition to oar former -Uxk of Ship Chandlery
HblpStnr. lroTllont. Ac, ste which slvea as ta
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on then Itmd, all of which will be sold at the
Lowest Uarket Price, aa asoaL Uar frieavU aad tb
public 7cneral)y are respctfally InrltM i (Umitt
813 3 B0LLE5 A CO
w-jf wjt mm
t ( 3i n
a vtuautmiva ut
shell and needle of bone. A Miiotu of tombs,
three deep and oontaininR bone, were diaoTered,
and nnderneatU them were ciatorns of water. The
qoArrj from which the rock ia the wall wu taken
is six miles diaUnt from the inoond.
ElUa Kesi Beef
B0LLE8 Jt Ca.
So. t Klnj- ttmt, llonolala. 11. 1.
Tbe Tnloa lasafac Cflmpanr of San Fraoclsco.
The Near Encland life lasaranee Companj, Eortoa.
Tbe Oiecin racket Line, IThe Korala Plaatalioo,
Dr. Jaroe A na'i Celrbrsl-iTUe Ilalka riaautloa,
ed'AIrdlciaes. IWalliaka rianUU.
Wlreler Wllaoa's SewInilHamataa Tlanuilon.
foe Llmeorchard. Trlre S7JUU. mn.tlAn Inn tin. ti
ilealred. X 111 aell anr portion of It from Are acres np.
Thirty to fort r-scrc-patents caa be cat oat embracing
erery reqal.tte of a proeprroa small farm.
For paxtlcnlars address W. R. CASTLE.
8fi WM.KlNXEV.llllo. nawail.
EX BltTXi: "HESTaaTJR" aVPRIaa
a,lSEI. For sale bj 31 HOLIES i CO.
F13TK AUTICIsK AX1J IX PER
fect order. For Sale br
I BOLLEs & CO.
GRsnci ATrn, rnrmiF.D ami cube
Scear. In hsrrcja, half barrela an1 bos.
rOU bALK DY (68) BOLLES CO.
RUCK VERS1CHERUHGS GESELLSCHAFT
op wnnxRTH u h
Capital of the Company..... franca 5,000,000
of the abore three companies for the Ilawalian
Islands, are orepa.-ed to Insure Bulldingi, Farnltnrf.
aMetthanillxe and Prodoce, Machinery, Ac aloSair
and Rice Hills, and veaaels In the harbor, ftzalnit loss
or damaire by Are, on the moat farorable trtmt.
8Wly II. IIACKFKLD fc CO.
CioLUJtniaV iiivEii ast fra-
ZER Hirer tjalmoo, la perfect order, la Barrela.
tv rnn bale n
Sot nth. -SI. BOLLES at CO. SI
SOItK TEltT rl.CKAtl'I.Ul. .
Ei KaUksaa, for sale bj BOLLES A CO.
Ml rca 19, 11. u n
, . , .. HAY ! OATS !
Wircvr n rax. ta DhtM hikdtu
April n. mi. Far sale r
ir bollzs ex
BOILED T.IX8EED faMKT III
Rasr Linked rit.t OU. WarrentMl ta pss. Art
Lard Oil, lor Labrkatta;. Cases af splrrt Tar
peatlae. Atlantic Lea4. 1, package. s4 lib, a4
apwarda sw U Iba. ratal Brashes Im fraat
srtct;. Allot whtck.lUba Mil at rnea. t
U BOLLZa A ca
f nrrA STyaiuferoaM 'alnsirwar-
io dclosson. As a tnau of soenoe. M. l'at
a Teraatlbt; u LtdIt remarkable. tuedi.
uyMoioy aral itte scwoctes fcerollr art
w so u.e i it Atinistcr, attw. uuruu; ice
i uia career, tias exJumuM a zeal ana jw-
rSSSl?lM5I CCSmu"!.' ": : : : LCHCCR
art Tlictn snaaicaa
.r-t BswCiMBrtn-tne.. RMIr
ecliooaer. AT jauucuAiak t-m.t.o,
i'trwas aslslilnsTIo atari at Ills tlie Ileal Sjlork
r las Ins arsie nhst lliey ssassr tustr)
esu linrla nalrsaalakln. '
fXl- A. nEttBEBT.llawallanllotel.
ttvh i vrTn
THE mSSltUBE IS
T ZaXaado by XaXnoxolxacr-ar
ASD OF THE
best Reasoned stuff.
rarrs w t asarrranv ayrva
FIRE INSURANCE COrWPANY,
or iiahbcrg.Utk." -
Capital of lie Compani Jt Beame.ttIeiaarklmtM
their Be-lcsarancs Cotapaaies -'mayBW
tt a -w allan