Brother 6ardnrr Windozn.
" I shonM like to her de SecVretary read
de Wlerin letter in Kerry lond voice," said
the President as lie handed river a letter.
-Tlie Secretary Tead as folloin:
GlJ3t Rose, To.
tta Pan. Giarartx There is a man down fcera
who un that colored folk haven't tot any sools.
That ourwhit folia tnrnto ancelswhen they
die. He point, with triumph to all the rietnres of
ucel. ercr painted. In which not a allele colored
nrcrlr. seen. He nrs be defies tra old Brother
Gardner, the createat lmn logician, to prove that
colored men hare sods all same as Meliean men.
Will too accept the challenge ? KrspeclfcIlT,
OoTTOsrto Vt H1TE.
There wis deep silence in tbe liall for a
on- minute, during which the thermometer
went up 13 degree.. Tlien the President aaid -
- Xtt, I Yept the challenge. Let dat Texts
roan prove to roa dat white folks hcv urala an'
I will prove dat black folks Iiev de same. It
am jest as easy to prove one as de odder. As
to tlie picters of angels, de black faces am not
de onlj- ones left cut. Whar' am de Cliina
H Aral, de IniiTiK, He Lanlander, an'
' alt odder folka ? SAr tber uw a red
headed angel, an yet do all oor red-lieaded
citizens co lo de bad place Til defy dat
Tai wliite mn to B.iowi.ie anr face amon;
de angel- eber painted 'reaemliliu a Texas
man. He can't ho' me de face of a Dntch
raan or Iri-liman, or Frenclmian or Spaniard,
Imt doe dat prore dal IIea.en was built for
de tine of a few American!? "edan lake
oor black akins to Iteaben atijr mo dan white
folks takedeir nialton-cliop -wrhiftker, lM
ejes an fala e le-tb. V'hen wo .move at de
gate deattU lias giben all de tame tnlor, an de
poo old black man who has slaved an ..tin
kered au aoffered all his life Btanfldna be
side de white man vrho has had riches an
contentment, A piece of white chalk kin-be
wrapped up in black Telret as v. til as
bleached Cull on.
" I tell Yfn. my frens. de mad to TTeaben
sni Inn an' full of pitlalls an qnick.aanda an
ettp bilU an loitetio.ua uoilers, an tie ioni
which readies d golden gates am no tie to -ted
an itiirificil dat do iww o'e bodr left behind
on airlh would nelwr know it- It iWi de
money, de raiment, do white skin or de fine
talk dat helps de pi! .mm obcr de qmck-sauitft
an pais de thicket filled wid darkness an de
nkelrtons of de lost. It am de heart an its
kind thoozhu an rood deeds. Let us now
purceed to bizness.
Trnstee Inliback arcMe to seen re iniorma-
tion. He wanted to know if honor compelled
a colored man to accept a challenge to fig t a
duel. If not, whatwt'cM luttmr enmpe. htin
to do in cae an enemy halted at hit fate and
dared him to come oat of his huuso and get
Honor 'am a turns thing. IJrndder Pull
back," rrplied the President. " In cane yon
aro a I tetter aW dau ynnr inenir it am honor
able to meet him on de field an kill him. If
too think he will beKartinto kill you it am
honorable to cxcneyonntelf ondogmnnd of
bavin a game leg. it I made an incmy an Ite
cums alut'g lo my cabin an "pits on lit iiantla
an bona itn an duwn an calls fnr me to cum
out an be piilterizod. Ize gwineto conaider
befo Igoonu If I urn jrarty sartin dal I kin
wollop him Ize gwiue to feel hntmr bound to
Tush out an bteak his tinse. If he looms up
like a sidelrill, an if he cars lo her lots of
science, I re gwtnc to send my nle woman out
dar to tell him dat tf hedoati fly outer dat
she'll call de hull purleco furre un put him
n-har do calves can't bite hira. JJtlruU J-Vic
Forelciiers In America.
Tlie proirtiou of freign-born citizens in
-'Afrcno- nut ao great an is cutiimrinl
ftupptweil. In l&feO, the whole number was
only C.OTTrSGO, out of a population of more
than 00,000,000. litis is about 13 1-3
cent. Outuf rvery 1.000 itersonp, therefore,
in tlie (J m tea biates about 133 are not natives.
The projortion differs very widely in differ
ent States. In California more than one-third
of the jrts-ple are foreign-born, the nuiulter bo
inc2U2,G50oiitofaMpuUlionof &GI.C&G. In
"orth Cirlina, which ha a f Mtpul.it ion of
1,100,000, there are but 3,60 foreigners. In
fact, there are not tnice as many furL-igncra in
the hols South as thero arc m the Mate of
. The latgest colonies of foreigners are in the
22st. This eoems surprising in view of the
fact of tho enormous emigration of Germans,
Swedes, Iristi and natives of other nations to
the North est Out of the six and two-thirds
million of immigrant. New Kngland has
iiicra than feOO.UOO: New York. 1.200.000:
Pennsylvania, itearly 600,000; and New -Jer-f
scy, ZV0,WQ. I lane Males, inert-fore, have
alktut 42 ercent.or tue enine lorcign Hern
iation of iho country.
( 'Jt is a mailer of cunratulation that the for
eipn lmi opulatitn is, and must henceforth
be, a decreasing proportion of tho whole citi
zenship of the country. Xo probable amount
m immigrutiun can tuako tho proportion grow
Assuming that the six and two-thirds rail.
Hons ot foreigners settled in this country are
"of average ge, tl.c number of deaths from tn
tnral causes among them will he about 200,
000 a year. Two hundred thousand iiumi
'grants, therefore, must arnvc arnl settle in the
United States cvwry year simply tu keep the
present number of resident foreigners good.
, The natural increase of 50,000,000 e..ple is
not less tlian 1 ,20.000 a ; ear, auu, in nnler In
keep tho present pntiMirtion of foreign et tiers
gMid, theie tutut be an additioiiMl imuiigratiuu
of al'out 170,000 more. This bcin; the case,
the arrival f immigrants mustavemge 1,000
a day throughout the ear, nd every year, to
maintain the protmrtion nf 13 1-3 per cent, of
forcign-boiT. citizens, YoatW Cumptudon,
Tho " Merchant and Cnronlcle.
Frnm the Nan FranrtttA Vrrrhknt.
The CTrW opened its campaign I of Woolfo's character nt nu wirly date. If.
ngaiutii ino reciprocity treaty on uctober jniormauon is wantea on mat pomt, a
lltli,bypubli.hiiiKmth abusive comments letter to tie Conj.ular Court in Cliina
a borribre story of tho tecution and iU woala brin f orth 60m finc doTCiopmcnts.
treatment of a Portuguese named Vntonio m .i i ,
Mctleiros, on Sir. Spreckels' plantation in hc worthlessnt3 of tho men upon whoso
Hawaii. Medeiros at onco contradicted ' statements tho CTnwucfc has hashad tip its
the Cltronirlr, denied that he had ever i crnsado is very iustlv pointed out: tbievos
worked on any of Mr. Spreckels planta nnd vupabonds all of them. Tho Mrrtkant
Smnmlwible that the manaccr of tho paper
worked himself up into a partial belief in
the wicked inventions o his own cm-
nlirrpes. At least ho determined on send-
jngi at considerable expense to himself, or
his clients, the Eastern refiners, an agent
to the Islands, and in fields and pastures
new, start an "outrage mill" that would
furnish him with a larger stock of horrible
sensations. By the conrtesy of the Admi
ral, a special correspondent of the Chrmidc
was conveyea to Honolulu oy one 01 tue
Russian corvettes which sailed from this
city in October. This gentleman, H. D.
Wolfe, was in one sense specially fitted for
tills wort, because tie was proucieni ju mo
Chinese language, and -could talk with
these ill-ued peons, of one race, in then
own tongue. Jlr. Wolfe visited several of
tho Islands, examined the labor system of
the plantations on the ground, stayed two
or three days on some of those whose man
agement had been vilely abused, went
c.erywhcrc freely, learned everything, saw
everything, rising his eyes and ears to get
on the track of tlie supposed criminal
cruelty, and having made himself master
of tie situation, returned to this city by
tho Australian steamer .taiaiuiin, wliicn
arrived in San Francisco November 2Sth.
There is no doubt that Jlr. Wolfe reported
to bis employer at tho ClmnirU office, that
he jjavo him tho fully written-up notes of
his investigation, and yet that report jias
to this day, four weeks later, not been pub
lished nor alluded to in that paper. The
report, it is said, was favorable to the
Islands, and would havo convinced all who
read it that everything tho CknmMt had
published bad been grossly, wiltnlly exag
gerated, or had been lies, deliberate lies,
manufactured out of the whole cloth. The
CJtronieU has not had the manliness to own
its error, has not dared to publish the ro
f ntntion of its false accusations. Yet that
paper has oened its campaign for the ab
rogation ol tlie treaty on tbe main ground
that reciprocity was building up a system
of slavery, worbe, more cruel, moro degrad
ing and more Hopeless tnan mat whicn ex
isted in tho Southern States before tho
war of rebellion. It was not until the
Chrvnirte found that tho peonage, slavery
and cruelty cnarges could not bo main
tained that it tried to bolster up its losing
cause by misrepresenting the commerce
with tho Islands, and by mixing un the
San Francisco Sugar Refineries and their
dealings with thejieopleof this coast, v.iih
matters as distinct as the milling of Cali
fornia wheat in Livenool and grain grow
ing iu the San Joaquin Valley. W e ask
tho public, and especially thoso editors of
ualuomia ana ijistern papers wlio nave
given partial credence to tho Chrvniftc't
statements of Octolier and November, to
remember that the cry for abrogation was
for' weeks chiefly based on the ground that
uirougn uio treaty uio united states
was eneonrairinir a most shnckinf RVKtnm
of human slavery. Wo ask every news
paper which unwittingly aided to spread
the falsehoods, to give equal publicity to
the fact that the Chronicle has not dared to
give to the light of day the results of its
own prejudiced investigations, nor put on
the witness stand the ccntlcraan it selected
for the work of writing the story, the wit
ness wno, at mo expense 01 many Hundred
dollars, traveled by land antl sea somo
5.000 miles to mako the investigation.
Further, we challenge tho Chrmielt even at
tins lato day to publish in its columns, un
giublMl and m frill, Mr. AVoolfcAi ,-cporl-,
and to do this at once, whilo Sir. Wolfe is
in this city, to v erify tho correctness of the
document pnrpoting to come from his pen.
If the Chronicle does not do this, will it not
stand convicted before the American nnhlle.
as a sianaerer, a liar, and a coward I If in
the slavery business it has earned this mal
odorous reputation, how can any one be
lieve any other statement in that journal
concerning tho Islands, the treaty, or the
sugar rennenes I
The above article called forth the follow
ing letter from Jlr. Woolfe, who stoutly
maintains that his letters havo been pub
Sax Fkascisoo, December 24, 1S8L
A, D. JlclX. San J'rajteiecojferejtnnt :
Sin: I was not sent bvthn Chronicle in
tho Sandwich Islands, but went there on
the in italion of the officers of the Russian
snip 1 Mint. All the material I havo of
fered tho ChronicU in the shape of letters
havo been published, with the exception
of ono letter which I believo will appear
I have a deal of data bearing upon tho
outrages committed upon the Norwegians
and others which, however, I have not yet
put iuio cuape, out wiu ao so at an early
This information confirms in every par
ticular what tho CVironW-and tho Hawaiian
papers ha'.e charged, and so far as my ob
servations extend, has not been exagger
ated by tho former paper in its statements
regarding cruelty and ill-treatment pac-
iimii uj certain planters. Jtespectiuuy,
Hexrt D. WooLra.
Tho HcrdniHt very neatly rakes him
down, convicts him of being a liar, on tho
ground that ho had persistently repre
sented himself as a Chronicle reporter, when
according to his own showing ho was not.
Tlie Merchant threatens to make an expose
lions, ever been ill treated by any one, or
ever told any ono so. Tho Chronicle, how
ever, continued its accusations against tho
planters and tho government of the Islands
day by day and column after column.
tvery dissausbed, unscrupulous, charac
terless tillain, every utterly worthless
and idlo and incompetent fellow, un
convicted safe breakers, dissolute drunken
parsons, every jaundiced crank that could
lm found in San Francisco, was plied with
lwr and whiskey, and, when his tonguo
was loosened, nuestioneo. and his storv set
out in tho Chronic's, with all tho cmbollish-
is doing good work, and talks in a fearless
tone, witlrno half tones about it.
Warrantrd not to Itort' Brfafc! cr Wrar Ont!
All l;le aot2 flirt at
i 11QU.1STEB CO.
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Wo Havo Recently Received a Large Stock of Cooda In Our Line,
fmany of which aro Entirely New In thlsMark ct,) ox Lato Arrivals,
viz: Barks F. S. Thompson and Calbarlen, fromNew York; Barks
Ella, Lady Thompson, W. H. MeyerandS. S. City of New York,
Large Invoices of Goods !
from New Tort, Boston, and San Fr ant Is to. -
Bk. Sir Lancelot with Fence Wire, Paint Oil, tfca, from England
OUE STOCK IS
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All Kinds of Mechanics' Tools,
A. BEA.XJTIITUL LINE
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H MI ill!
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THE PBIXCIPAI. PART OP
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We koop none but the best.
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ponnded hj a experioBCd Pharmacist at
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THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
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FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Fried thi ii ii Flnt-CIM Holeli la Sin. Franelico.
Averill Mixed Paints, Hubbuck & Son's and Other
BEST ENGLISH PAINTS & OILS
American Paints &BrusIies
oad and rtrr r ibe prrml.r. rnnnrrlT
by Hon. II A. Wlddemanatndn-iwbTDr. V.
In WAIEHU, l.liod of Jlanl. DUtricI of
OF ALL KINDS.-
Bcrry& Bros. Superior Varnishes,
Valentine's Carriage Varnishes,
Best Brands of Kerosene Oil,
American Lubricators and Lubricating Cups,
A FULL LINE OF LTJBEIC ATI NG OILS
MANILA AND 8ESAL ROPE, Etc., Etc.
A Desirable Country fieaidence SitnatedSn
waieiia. aland of Mam. at Auction.
fft TIIK UXIKHSIOXED
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I rarlf. vlIlolTff for fileftt Pohlle AnAilrtr.
I""- ua id "nnka, inana or .mai, on
Saturday, the 21st day of Jannary, 1882
.11 nnocn noon. ittoe tery ijilrhle mtmitn
f irraPTlr ocniplcd by Thtw. II. Pjri. ronnlJn i nri
Mx ft fLconuinlDc(a)room, Sporcbra ficnt and back
I aiiacBM and H oat-boo -ra and 3 Tiricij of ornimmul
J trf on thr prt-miM, and It ! at mated on th liofern
II. Emlfr 1
iluku, and aboatSii miln from Wailokn audi1;
rull ifrom WaiLte Mill and ! In a trrj d-rirabl anU
h-nlibT location and it on an titration of about GOO ft.
from the f ra
TiKMSUASII. Tltlcoodand lnlat cxpoite of
P"fjwi. n v Tjrus. VT. EVKRETT, Anctr.
Ha. DEP. FISHER'S
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San lraDclo, California,
Nn.-iPTKnnsi.vu sim.uitkd for
All Xen-pRprn piiblllinl on the r.
cinrt'onm. Iltr Nnmlnlrli I!mii!, I'olf nela.
Mrxlrnti lnrf. l'nuninn. mlHrnI. jajuiu.
Clilnn, Xcvr Zmlmitl, iht Australian o lo
ll In, the frthlrrn Mntra nut! Hiirone. I I I
r nrarlj rxery nmnpr i(blic( on the
l'nrlflr f ont nrt Urpl ronlniitlx on linutl.
nml nil ivlterllrrw ntoMrl Trw nrrr lo
lliriH'ltirliis htiilMr hnittt Thp llnunlliu
liMxrttc l hrpl on Ole Hi ibe ofllce o J. Is.
g tiiosk vkk- iesii:aiii.t: sa
PrfmIM ItDAnn a "VLrLANI,1 KuL. r
kahna, latfl rtDjiUd by II. ti. M Coinnlionrr,
4mr liatjr Wodrhoner, Etq. Tb5 Lalldlcca bare jnl
thitroufrhly pafnlrd. paprnd. and Mhnltc im
lrorcd Tor lh bnrfll of ih trnint. CoTernmrttt
watw laid on. bMdet harlitj a lnda1II. lib a uppty
hum the Krikas Vlricfj
AT SANTA CLAUS'
TOR THE SEASON, TUE STOCK.OI-
A Feast of Litcmtarc
FOR ALL ARES THAT IUS
Never Been Excelled in This City,
and while the ranee of the lam has brra iosat for to
anil all ar.th.e tulr nt tb mmmnnliv m
oTtrloukrJritbrr Inlhr cIim f mdia- or aryle of
Dincin?. J-TIIB trrUCK LMBKAI.EX
UrTant'a. Ilslcirt' Lam of I low 'a. Urtnittk'a T
wa'i and WblttWV Tonn. In ctoth and botoctv:
ChrlM tut Tldr. Irl. The hebool JUj, lMoce DnkaJ to.
TheKJos'ecrtt.Lctl. A Jirram of fair Woufi.
Ftrt of May. Vrltuh tbHm, lhn' kino of Ihe An
clmt ilarincr, Sbakrspear'a Character, Erypard tho
Fox.bontilneand ton, Little Women, ballada ot
nrety. Ballad or Beasty. rl LecroU'a Famova Art
Worfci.aro:.: l.l. UnrrtW.Oar mIlUr SonC aDt
Those Wow Jladr Them. Uncle TomV CaMt. Talrr
Land of ctBce-Th L'llmi. ralntm wail.i..
ricaoant Spot An.anU Oxford. Art In imp. An and
Artlit(n toanecrlrni. fioy-n KInC Arthnr. inm Fei
t., Tbe Wottd northlpU Wwdand Mono, Lorrr'a
of iTovrnce, ra-toral Day,, Wandering Jew, Lantet
LcaTCf, Krrnch rictnres CalrtJuaU. Tropfcal Satire.
m ipp oarum, mri tooau.a. rrn 1-aradUe.
Iantlfl saw. Landscape In Am. reel rv. Shcphrri
Lady. The frn. ltcrol.ee tlona of Writer-, Half Hoar ta
floral HUtory, Ureem'a HUtory of Erc11Ii ProaOe
Weie' Urin, Snsre-and lvtlny 01 ihe Kiieiiah
Laepure and Llieratnm i.efhe Life and WorLa of
Christ. 5 Tola,; l'irkru' Worha, Lnmb'a Wnki, llaca.
ley a and HUtory of Knxtand. Uaydn'a 1tcT-
lotary or Date, tialiut's History or Clilllzatloa.
KhcdWe Ecypt. EyH to llWUne, Hind Doc of
LcndaryAM. MiHcain from atrc. Haad Uooka la
Water loicr Seln aBtTNeninl Tint. Ceramic Art.
Parta and Uardcoa of Tari. Literary 1 inrt, Koe
and Holly. Library Tm-wraof Utt and HnitMre. Wrd
HTV 1 Tarna. L'ncto lnna.
Hrillih rod, 3 to!.; Plymoth Collectlooa of Ilrmns
and Tone. Bible. Mtakrapemr'a Wmlva, Taylor
Ooetbe a VU UUt'i Alt. 3 ?J..; Amerlcns llme.
Amirlcaa Haintrra, Holiaad'a Worka. Cilolma Uume
Children of ibe VlUaee. ItijtolO-by Le-end. IlaltaM
Work. Maple Lcyc. Knlcht' Mukeapean-. total
qoatioedtticn, aol Ubtof A.ia, 1 rin CoUeciW.
Kntehta Ul-loiy or EazUnd. Tyrol and Mtlrtaof th
Alp-., Tennyaon'a Son, with Jloaie, Thom aid'
Lire and Work. t-Laepear Uena. Loa-feliow'a.
Kineraona and other Birthday Book. VrUrJeroonr
U?.df.rbr"1VTBireof;S,a- J of Fate. Endof
nCj.II. Lplhc Uirr. imrtlnr. Uemolra ofSpoi.n.
and ii.d de KeaiiU Braiil. Boy Traveler. Faiu
lUllid, Papyrna. Ultlo Folka InVeatbera and rnr
tccethri wltbntariety efUteal pALa by favorite an
tbora and many oiber wotru of ratioaa kind.. -The
Line or Children a Buubala eer fall nLn r.it
aatUfy all Uatea. Caldecoc and Linen Tor Booka la
variety, embracing the otw Use cf
AET TOY BOOKS:
Afternoon Tea. Voder Ihe Wlailow. rteuy Pearj.
BoiUey Hooks, Zizzag Jonr
nevs In Europe.
fin r T 1 1 1 1 ty . 71 . I I r-i .
Drllllni Itaund ihottorTi KlB an Winkle. Tra.eia.
4)11 Tlrika ILiv. n t Jl M t Ik .
olkea kncycln, of Common Thins. Tonne
Folkea Enryclo. of Placer. Toon; Mmrod
Chlldrens Book of Poetry, qto.
Family and Teacher' Lioira
lo-ctber with, many
nome fencet lloiue.
Jn the PaJaee ot the KJn.
U aiUuj; at the Croaa,
L'nt tlxt dealred UaTev,
Colton's qto. Atlas,
ART GUUUS MjVELTIIlS,
C Af Ac.
THOS. C. THRUM,
irewrr unxar. corner Fort A Hotel ft.
of ?oud avert and clean hrahhr s-nlir wktrh h.. f7.-
(analyzed ty ProMhorcpion of tha Challenger Exre
ditlitn. and proiioooced by him the beat he bad area
I since ne irii cngiand.
JAS. S. LEUOX.
STEAM AND VACUUM PUMPS
rriiKtrxi)i:nsicsxED have just
X recrired per Amy Turner, from Bo-ton. a f nil a.
rorir.icin -1 meae ceieurairu l ump, w&icn ate ;usran
Iced tobecbeapr nnd briter than any other atyle of
inniii m,-orica. t . c ran me attention or plantrra par-
fatrtl and more acrrlcable than other pnmn.
lUiKU ER Jt CO.
' AC. &C.
N O T S O !
CHARLES J. FISHEL
IS NOT SELLING OUT NOR
GIVING UP THE DItY GOODS BUSINESS
COItX. BRAX. OATS.
w u-uuus JUST RECEIVED 1 4;"r
BY THE LAST STEAMER.
The Greatest Bargains ever Offered in Honolulu!
A. Full Assortment of Everything!
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JIAS J!ECEXTl.y IIEEX 12EX0VA TED AM) ENLARGE!).
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Full Line of Embroideries,
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Notlc to the Public
To arold Impcwitloa. parchaMr. cf Wallaan Yt, h.
will oUtrte Ibat ttfrj scaolu- ala.tnhrr cl o.
t(.rr. ur.r. oor raae nirKna botb caff m4 m.TcmcaU
Oold nwt arv.ivnpnl "A.W. Co" and
ar arcaainiuilMl k.n.n.iH .......... . '
UobUa.. hra.arrr. Tko nam. - Walthacrf. plll.fi
i T.h.'! "l,ll0I " rcaJcrrf arcn.arj wa f la.
faclto.KMirca.c. aie trniocnil, paral Z ,!;
uonnnu aaJ pot lato trllilc;. lniciacat ".S
maker.. ,ni ii,, mn. Ih.. affcii.. l.larl.Hi.j Tkl
kick 1. lnlcadrtt.cTcT.aljmic.5nr.ltiVi?tcK
holly made b, a.. Ii u a,,.,,. al'4,af ;f U
o notwloa, a. to k. a pabllc a.UU tbitTh.i. ll
ficqac nt linji Hut nanr ,old aad .liter c?m
I; llic market ar. d.b? fara 10 u 31 pit ,7. . f7
the ooalitr they t-be. Ttal. 1. ."SI
porcia.er. ami aecoaat. lor tbe lo. price u .blcbiJJ
caed watchea hare been ...Id. aica oet
las. loi. occa.toa lo
UOU.ES i. CO. (1
A Urs. axortmentor Frnit.. 31 eat.. Fl.b.
i.osiier, ufamt, oyf ten. bhrlmp.. Ac.
.1 re cel. cd, and (or .ale by 110LLEH A Co.
RECEIVED THIS DAY
EX BARK KALAKATTA
Ir.F.n-cti.tr.tii.Mi my. oi.ii'iiumi
Cllf,.ri.. Corn. CallronilalHeaL C.llfornli l:A.
All fresh andln nooil order, and for .ale low by
1ILOUKS AND .MAST liOOI'S.
PF5J. TnIPED ni.lK'HS
Jletallle Iron Mnnnnl ItWV. t.t.n. n...i.
ri.ln ljashlii. a foil a.aortinenl of .Ixe..
UOLLES A CO.
a - ixyoici; orrixj; maxila
Invoice of Manila Cli-.ra. Mi In Ihit J..i i
monU that linicticod ins and masU-ra of 1 1, "" ""i!;r'iirb'yt"d ' te""tc1"
rhi'torical (iistortion could load that jour- j ' kolles en.
nal's pares with. Tho tvholo city was j .
ucMj jyji.iJnur. a.m Hurt.
a x AVMnTJir.T r Mm rutin a i.:
. men too men. Al.o. Mimiy.ni. Seizin
rakrd and scraped with a fine tooth comb
10 una liars wuo coaia lumisa a peg to
build a new slander upon. It was not sur
prising that even sorno of those people,
itditors who knew the CArem'rfe'a particular
style of journalism, concluded that where
there was so much fcrnoko thero must be a
little lire, find still less that people who did
r.ot know the "live" journal accepted tho
stories as substantially true. It is not even
lloopellar. Xarlloe, lloandlof, Ac
KOLLES t CO.
A FUIiIj ASSOHTM IJXT 1XCHUD-
. n Anrhur. Ch.ln.. I'.hlr. I'nnl... .it . t ...
3Taalla .ad llrmn; Cottnu Dack, llax and'lleaip Can
ti. Uottno and 1 lax ri.fl Twine, '
;uit saLt. jtV
U EOLLES CO.
Carrllioanl, plain.. .....,.
CarrllMiMrH. ailrcr.. .........
O.rdbojrd, colored and ailver.
cents per ounce.
MI'KAKS I'Oll lTSULIM
FISHER'S CHAMPAGHS CIDER.
o ell and flrorably .noun In thli community, can
atway. be loand, on Ice. at Jacoo IVelk'. Ao. el King
i c7 iai.occa.ioa 10 announce Ikat we h... ...
cenlly entirely Mmmlelled th. cere popal., J,'L 'Tf
fall pUlo m'-rraenu. known by thewrk.-MVn.vi
b. Banlelt. "a.d-nruadw.y-ri.inrto Ib.
only a U Iqbly l?procl appearaB;,. Cat treal .d7S",
value. rmiN.lv lolLem .i.h ..r n.
oar experience and .lade for twenty ye.r. ,. - f
.cfal In thli pop.Ur lom of walikt W slafiaet.
.rate Tn. alle,.,;.; bee" mS.".l h",'?.
aa'Sh-we-rer,.'08 P"C""' "h "
? Ti- 'oallcr.de.. I. ii.Si?J
of lowoilcc. ThelrVr.V.V.' attraction
hare to .ell Ibcut for hat they can ret.
j-eopie seneriny not know 0: a rood walek r, .
' 5 ccnta per "licet
25 cenla per ahect
cents per ihcet
lair ior fuels, all I aakia for yon locumoand net) foryouraelf.-tBa
California, One Price Bazar
CHAS. J. FISHEI,,
8" tllUSBU 1-OKT AXI IIOTEI. UTS.
Mrert. Call In aad CKlyonrelvc.
A I'I'I.I. INtlltTHVlT itv aMr.........-..
" J- i irnn Europe uyinft utfptarr.Ta
and of rerr chlc ntuliiy. AIf, .arsearttlluoa of
Oroccrlfa to uiir Iwriutr Hock, ion arnrrd from S-n
l ill bo K'ttl 10 tnlt lle tridt.
Ship Spars For Sale.
ii.Krx s 1 a im I'.ni niiii-m run
061 Sl-Di Ta" Pl.
PER BAFK " KALAKAUA."
From San Francisco.
BALKS OAT HAY. SACIW OATS,
bL. Ground llarlcy, &ka Whole B.rley. Ilnirell.
Lime. 1W1 '110I.LES CI.
TO LET I
jjm piirk ix i-h. 1-1 .i.vn i-2 nAitnnLs
i.rr v, ikaiasaaa.
rg ale by
B0LLES & CO.
Ulavt aa-t citooi MreelB. So. 2
"SEa "-non I'late. A miurde.lral.le
anfJM Incatiun Jo.t vautut lie II V
lmmc'duS.- " ".".r" "M""- PPS'catlon
21 J. T. WATERIIQU.1E.
ijAciric RinuiKi: paixt,
i Arn'l,,M,r,'orihl eeUbmed p.lntand'i
iSL.. 'S1'""1 X'kje., all to. ...Ir.ble'.h.d"" In
e,,," " For rah, by EOLLES X Co .
ft tlx thread to Arc loch.
ii BULLES A CO.
, nOLLES 4 CO.
CALIFORNIA LIME !
ASH tl.i, ,.r :x II tttnttK it kt.alt
and Batkcnilne ECKEKA. For S.I. be
1 aaow mat ine pnoiie irtamliMM.. t
loj thin;, cheap. Ufas ii SroirlS ih!t ?k!E?
koovr wfen Ikei VeatkeW... If. ""T do oot
they neither know nor cai. whcllcV Ikeirfi.a.'.VS. 1
da.. I know ikat the nu..rJil.7."0JJ.? 'f
et ou carry a; ont competition 10 Iiii!iw2, " ',
tlon of chripne... not ofVicellence till Sh T1
Ureala hanlcr. bill w.y. and chcnfallr f.2lT V1
wllba.dr w.re..iil..Ji.:r;iSl"'.?"' 'aral.k ih,n
We are mock ml'Hken If thl. .k.. .1. 1..
or expee!.,orn.al Iea.t. Uo.rf walrhe!
01.de when neither wiirkm.n oorol..
M. occnp.llon: lntere.1 ?od le.,? S Ikf.?k.''
bolh wantln:. and bulk ar. e7iil.i ii 'i01 "
making l price. c.p4K, i .m..!1
Oor ml..lon w... and oor b"nV?. .
P,rp.e we k.ee eeen ImpVorcm enl la ouai J VJi
doctlon lo co.1. by mean, of dUcorerW .11 X- 4
meat, lo machinery aad by nalira" caa... ."ITf
toother. oatllw. n rll",,'f-f?"''i,r
the.r rc.pecllre tr.de. are th "bV.t w.trhe. i.?.1'' '!
a. to th. lower si.de., Ibry are whhTJ V? J TM1 ? . '
eryood, who earn, wi." T.5J ''F, "
lU.'JP ''. Hw a. Ihe?!!''.; r-Sk"
ror.tmetic.n W.ick Co, of Wallb.m.31.,.
a,. . BOBBINS A APPLETON.
ci- ly I!o'"alAseat.,S.wTork.n s t
A-llheahorelln. of Wallh.oi w.i.k.
w. n. STONE,
commissiok ajjd rxvaTM m.
Uerorwatdi'B:ofrarccl. SatcVr "DU ""j
ART STUDIO !
THACHKir, AltTIST, HAS
reyne-l her Mndlo at No. loi( Koet m irn
con.lant-enneJT6r-to-tiU.1y my HiIrcn., to ueilt a
conlloh.oeeof tlie uac
TS 3' C. WEST. -
hundrcilth of its size, without a shadow of a
ring, and owning lint ono moon. Afier hav
ing admired the display as a whole, wo nude
a study of the details. The golden sphere
net .nrplq of ny fir. Company la the world, "wvlly
Covering Boilers, Slcaw Pipes
COMET TJd A I
rnT,o'sn x- f--t:tts?t vr
"tori r.treet.-nea, hotel rltCn.lwl'c
Family Groceries.; -
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