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A CHOICE SELECTION OF
HOLIDAY GOODS!
Consisttug ol
iaccs, Embroideries,
' TrlfnTnirigs, Tidies,
Satchels, Fans,
.Ghildrens' Dresses
ALSO-i Lllllit Wl H ELL ASS
Beaver Hats,
Feathers and
w Flowers,
Just Received ex " Mariposa,"
And' Now Opened For Inspection at
A. M. MELLIS',
104: FORT STREET.
5. S. Store Open till 8 P. TSL Buring- the Holidays.'
-y SPIT
pdxj of lbs .rpeTcan Vfetch Co.-VTaUb2ro,Na5s.
"
I SELL
WALTHAM WATCHES
SO AS TO PLACE THEM
Witnin the ieacli of everybody
Jb 'Jb.03MC THE
Simplest Time-Keeper to the Finest
Finished Adjusted Watch..
I Warrant them all Perfect
In Every Way.
If you Want the Worth, of your Money,
i 1 IRill Give it to You, in
A WALTHAM WATCH.
. JHHUtktrt M', .
JOHN WfOTT,
At the Old Stand. So. 8 Kaahumanu Street,
Wi, COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKER
PLUMBING, in all its branches; "
Artesian "Well Pipe, all sizes:
STOVES AND RANGES
twy. Sin-Vts-- h- Lj-irr W Tf IVa FW3 Ma tcttt Grand lriir.
VvUcaiW IWrtoOk'rrt- I Otto O- I'xtLvr.A AnrTlUrcc5.MacnClirtcrtIocJc
Qtntnl Jjfltrthaniist.,
H.HACKFELD & CO
OFFER FOK SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
JUST UECEIVED TEK
BISHOP," AND
EHRENFELS."
BARK " C. R
STEAMER "
rROM BREMEN,
Ccmiietln- fa rrt of as fenc.s.
A Lrge Asst. of Dry GQods,
M:cn as
Denim, llnnrn and Wtiie Cottons
Italia, TkUhk. Ttltiliri,t,
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
Repps, Coboortrs AJrcas, IUlUn Cloth, and
Dress Goods.
seen as
FBff Print, Twentj'FiTC tMr, Mjlo.
lrintd Satteens rorarodonr. II Aids,
Gincbim. VirtoriA Lawns, Satin Strir.
Vancj StnpM Grenadine. ,
White Silk J a runes. Twills, Scrm.
l'oplins Satin and Moirr,
Black and Colored Vetota,
FIXE SILKS,
ISack, GronpTain, Fancy, Colored and fctttrc.
lUrrge, Crcr. Ac,
TAILORS' GOODS:
Bncfcrtins Biaconal, TVwd. Cords,
crcrs, bUwias, Doeslins, Casainieres, de.
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
'Woolen, Ulxed, CaJico, nkkprj, Ik aim, Ac)
Merino and Cotton Undershirt,
White. Bonotn Shirt,
Socks and Stocking, Handkerchiefs,
Foulards, GIotu.
A LARGE INYOICKOFCLWAm;
AS
Fine Kick Doth Frock CoaU and FanU,
DnckAkm Sackx, TanU and Sail,
I tlU Mohair, DnIL FUnnl Sacks and IVmts
Boys Shirta and ChiWren Jackets.
Uonkey and Sailor Jackets.
I. K. Coats and Lpccucs, Carpet Slippers.
SUk and I. C Umbrellas and rarasolfi,
Fancy and TaTelincShawls,
Cotton and Turkish Tortls,
White and Fancy Qsilta,
Felt Hues and Brnsseli Carpeting,
BLAIS'KETS :
Horse JUankeU. M'hito and Fancy Blanlett,
FancT Stxired Woolen. to sizes.
tsarlet. Orange, White Woolen 3 and 4 points.
Sdk and Veli t I'aWons,
Bnttons for Shirts, Goats, Vants, Dresses,
PEUFDMERV, FLORIDA WATER,
Gecoina Ean de Cologne, Lnbin'a tract.
Toilet Soaps. lhilocome Hair OiL Combs,
Jlirrort, Looking Glasses, lipes,
1. U. Balls Harmonicas, IQank llooks,
Albnnis, Gold Leaf, JeVtlrr, AS'stchcs,
VIEN'NA FURNITURE:
Extension, Ann, Dining Boom and Parlor
Chairs, Settees, dc.
Saddles, Calfskins, Girths Slirrnp Leathers,
CUATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY
Containing llates, Cops Teaputa, Bovls,
Chambers, Bice Dishes and Bakers.
Icnuiohns. 3 and 5 rails : SamrJa Bottl.
Vawa and G UsFvare. Manila and Tarred 1 iopc.
Sxxgrtii c3 Bico Boss
Of all sizes and qualities.
Coal Bags, Gunnies. Twine, Burlaps
Wool pack and Twilled Sacking, Linen Iloee,
GROCERIES:
Sardines, in half and quarter boics,
II. and 1 Bivruts. Salt is ixrs.
Castor UO in Tins, Steanne Candles, 4, 5 and 6,
Matches, Coooanct Uil, Wash Blue.
Hubbnek's Linseed Taint Oil, H White Lead,
niie zanc 1'aint.
LIQUORS:
De Laae fils and BonleUcan Brandy, and
oioex orantu,
Bun, Gin, St. l'aul Beer, Ale and Forter,
Fort Wine. Sherry, BLine Mine,
Fine and Table Clarets, Champacns
G. II. Mcam & Co., Sparkling Bock,
Dry Heidi-eld", ManojVje, Ch. Farre,
Moselle. Ac tc
German and Havana Cigars
IT&ted WareSpoons, Forks, CrneU,7ea Sets
UCp atC
HARDWARE;
Fockit and Batcher KniTcs, Scismrs,
Sheep Shears, Needles, Spoons, Files,
Spars Galrantzed Basns Hot,p Irocv
KA IliTTta, llfttmntn,
Vellov Metal and Composition Kails,
Babbitt Metal Sarar Coolers.
Iron Tanks, Clanners&c. Aim,
Portland Cement.
Fire C4t. Blacksmith CoaU Fire Bricks.
Tiles. Empty Barrels Oak Boats, Ac- Ac- Ac
Order from the ether ItUitdi tarrfcIJj
sttrndrd to by
H.HACKFELD &CO.
GalvKsised'Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at
fewest Bates; Cast Iron and I-ead Soil Pipe,
Hojase.gii r n i sliing,' Goods, all kinds;
ETKEHHOSE MS. SIZES J.' OrAMS.
19 aadFeovr t'tof f norm Vzxrfm Oa-TaixtJ lrn Slic- Copper. !fbet Lead,
1ju Tm ilxlr Vjter I yxl. L z jit SSirt ani Boris, E&amcled Wab Lands,
Ciiaiideliers, Lamps, Lanterns
J. EBSHEBLiUTH & CO.,
So. 5 HVUA2iXJ STREET, HON OLULTI,
Agents for tne 'Superior' Stove
I'lLUXES IS
STOVES.AND-RANGES
A.-" Ev rrf lKrii'UOB of
SHEP" METAL WARE ON HAND
"E JLU TO OUDI1L
II.flIiliMlI!G
ETi CCNTBAtTED IX) K.
WITCD Dior 9 rimwrt
IIMILII I II L-a II IlllUJ.a.. ix
M e Afrritf is O.t sc liaad fur lie
Montague Range,
XIX SIZES tX f-TX X
cicuiiEi at ruzu c imiwnoi
WILDER CO.
Importers and Dealers in
LUMBEE
BUILDING MATERIALS
or ALL. KIMiS.
JUST RECEIVED
LATE ARRIVALS
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
AOUTII-ll FST U'lEII
gatuaiiau Gazette.
WLD.XESDAY, JANUARY 9. USl.
Our lS'ew Tork Letter.
POLITICAL rALAVXtt.
et Vonr, December lOlli,
A democratic Speaker ol tic Xitienal Home
oi" Representatives has Ivcn elected. ConTC3
has convened and the President lias sent in
his armtnt message. There you hzc ilie po
litical chronology in a rot-eliell; too ronch alj-
breTiated, pet ha pa. You will recall my Indi
vidual opinion in my last letter, that Band til
fcf rrotccUocist FccnsvlTanurt cnioTfri the
Scitf Bt likelihood of being elected Speaker,
at Carlisle teas the freest trader, in his opin-
lens, and that Ccx I Uie ew ork city humor
ist and demagogue) vras trying to straddle the
issue, in hope of pleasing both sides and com
ing in hrsUbeet. r. very body but Carlisle and
these tinder the influence cf his strong jrwi
Neiand Ids confidence in his success, has been
disappointed some, Utterly, some, happily.
The republicans of Mr. Randall's own State,
that is, the ultra wing of the protectionist re
publicans, were obviocaly too anxions to fcavo
.Mr. Bandall (a democrat) elected Speaker.
TOEE T&ADERS VS. TAIUXT MCX.
A goodly sharo of the so-called west, (cast
of the Rocky Mountains,) the nurthvest and
some sections of the south, may be broadly
characterized as favoring a greatly reduced
tariff on importations. There is no free trade
party jer $t in the United States; low tariff, or
lanii-ior-rcTenne men are rc I erred to bv the
Jn&tt.e here and the Prrsjof Philadelphia.
and other protectionist journals, as "free
iraaers; more,! tear, in a spirit ot vismnir
to ttigmatize than in bne born cf a desire to
laiiiy classily; From the aboTe you will
percitTe thai there is a verv considerable
anti.protectionist sentiment abroad in the
land. Morse m Uian this, it is a trrowwr
sentiment. The rcrcnue tarifl men arc in-
cressing their ranks daily. To do this they
must draw from those who hare heretofore
been nentral (i mo rant of tho merit of the sub-
ject?J and thereby instinctively favoring the
cusunc ii'icicciicDisii Evsicm. or irom luo&c
who have been supporters of prohibitive tariff
doctrines, ibis means hot one resnIL luc
liberal or low tariff sentiment is eating cnt its
opponents. Doubtless tho process js a slow
one, and the existing situation has the nine
points advantage of possession. Rat die only
logical end is a reversal of present tsriff regu
lations.
AX I$St7 RAISED,
The Growth of the free trade sentiment has
finally reached such proportions as to possess
strength enough to make an issue in Congress
and stand or fall bv it. The members of the
House ot Representatives (democratic, of
ccuiftc; mat l'u u uio iivuac is id iuc
majority and was to have the Speaker per
force.) favorinr reduced rates of duties on im
port! made a stand by mating .Mr. Carlisle of
Kentucky, tneir candidate tor Speaker. Tbc
conservative" branch of the democracy
nominated Hon. Samuel J. Randall of Penn
sylvania, when everybody men. women, chil-
3 J l.-l - a .1 - ..
uicii anu uai'ics, uccpi uiosc imu.csica mine
Jlcwrtl (newspaper) at Philadelphia, (which
has its eves open to the iniouitr about it", are
nursed, led and reared on protectionist s dog
mas.
A EETBQSrECT,
Tlie reason for this action on what mar
(with a litUe latitude) ,be called the Xew
Bourbon clement of the democracy, is not far
to seclr. In the Presidential canvass of ISO
that in which General "H". S. Hancock was
the democratic nominee as opposed to the late
President Garfield, Mr. Henry Wattcrsonof
tne Ixjunivulo to tri rr-Jo um aft who had the
writing of the democratic "ptfo":D,, inserted
a " plank " declaring for a tariff for revenue
only." This had been dene for 3 ean. In fact
the democracy has been lonr looked on as the
coming propagandist and reformer in favor of
tree trade it it was ever lo ret the chance
by getting into control in Xational Legislative
cm.:. it-ii - .1...
ceeded the outlook became Terr blue indeed
fcr the republicans. The democrats had nom
inated a good and true man (as Mr. Dana of
thectrn says " weighing Zju ponuds'J and
the republicans were laborinr with a candi
date of probable, if not certain Cndit Mobffler
notoriety, dissentions in their own ranks and
a wavering public sentiment, with the chance.
against them. Suddenly somo republican gen-'
iub v,iiaiuf jtt uawuowTij was mi wiui me
happy idea that the democracy was illy-prepared
at that late moment, to support its "tar-
in lor revenue only" plank it had never had
to do to. The issue was made. The cry went
up, as in one night from all the republican
stump and platform speakers andTVardand
State "workers," that a tariff for revenue only
would ruin our industries and throw 500,000
workmen out of employment The absurdity
of the republican tariff utterances of that cam
paign, the incongruities and iooonsistenctcs
advanced by them for effect, would if collected
lo-day, paralize those who uttered them. The
democracy was taken bv Bum rise, was slow
in rciormmg its broken columns, and by tho
time it got into fighting order, the lattlc had
been Anally fonght and won by their cpjo-
nenu.
THE TARIFF QrESXIOX.
This opened the ball 1 Tariff discussions
became the order of the day and the papers
have been full of it ever since. School boys
on cars and ferry boats discuss it more ablv
than some democratic and republican " states
men aiu in 1 11c uaraeia una iiancocK 1 resi
dential campairn three rears aro.
What has been the result of this educational
force which tle republicans put in motion.' It
is this. The people had gone on since the war
under a war tariff one established becauso of
the war and to raise the extraordinary reve
nue necessary at uiaiumc without qucsuomn;
sugar planters quit the business at that
price and hunt a new occupation. Oar an
nual importations of sugars (ether than Ha
waiian are Tatued at over ?iu,wu,uuu and
the revenue from duties amounts to nearly
$50,000,000 per annum. This is the neat
little f am wo pay (extra) for sugar in order
to render profitable Louisiana sugar industry.
it may be added as sugntly impertinent that
all the available sugar lands in the Southern
States if 1 Wanted with cane would not supply
the domestic demand. A preposition to dis-
tnbu;e t25,CQ0,w00 annually among tbe Louis
iana sugar makers and have remain idle
foreign sugar cornier in free, would actually
result in' giving us all the same quality of
sugar per annum and ao cents jer ctrwa more
money to spend for something else.
GKJCERAL TRADE.
Ccicral trade is verv dull indeed. This is
theoaict season in wholesale lines to be sure.
but tken.' retailers arc not doing as much bus
iness as they had fendly hoped. The wheat
crop U ehort probably 100,000,000 bushels, as
comptrcd with the crop of the preceding year,
and prices have not yet advanced accordingly.
Tho Indian corn yield is short some 100.000.-
OOOleshcls and is now advancing with some
show of strength. The cettencron is IS Per
cent short of the phenominally large yield of
i&se3 v,vw,uuq tales) amounting, as re
ported by Rrmlstrtef, to about 5,692,000 bales.
The price of this staple is advancing steadily.
.xporu ol ccneral merchandize arc less than
a' year ago, and imports are materially so. Our
shipments abroad however, are now irainintr
soraevrbat as compared with the preceding
moLth and the "balance of trade as it is
popularly supposed, is favonnr" this conn
try by some 60,000,000. Iron is flat, dull and
unprofitable. Steel rails are beinz sold at $35
a ton, and more could be had at that than are
w anted. Iron mills aro shutting down, wages
are being- red need, and evidences are apparent
m.miriy directions that no boom will I in or
der for somo months if then. The cotton
goods, mills arc running at cry low margins
of profit. Tho woollen industry has been dis
turbed by the complex chances in the tariff on
w ool and woollen goods, arranged by the Tariff
uomnuesion.
f THE UQUPAY SEASON.
New York city is very ray however, and
from social happenings no one would dream
that prcGts are at a minimum, that wages arc
low. and that retrenchment in domestic as well
as in labile econoniT is beginninc to jo nnes
MtaliUL'lt US11UUIJ. X11C (It Al OpCiaUC 11111-
agcrs arc still holding forth. Irving has been
to Philadelphia and is now at Boston. The
holidays are near at hand, and the retail notion
and dry roods dealers the rreat emporiums
en sixth Avenue, and Broadway the Con
Mmlts of Xew York, are making dazxlingly
beautifupMndow and counter displays. Santa
uaus s pens may ve already beard to tinkle
tainlly in tuo distance. A. u, Steve-ns.
A Terrible Prophecy
Tho recent mysterious appearances follow'
z sacset and prcccdinr sunrise have at
tractca wide attention from students of the
skies and the people generally. During the
days cf recent weeks the sun seems to have
been obsenred by a thin veil of a doll leaden
hec which, as the sun receded toward the
horizon, became more luminous, then yellow,
then crange, then red; and, as mgnt settled
co wn upon the earth, a doll purple. At first
r. was tnougnt tiiesc appearance w-crc ordinary
sunset reflections of light but it is now pretty
certain that they are cither the misty sub
itance of the tail of somo unseen comet, in
prhich the earth is enveloped, or a surround
ing stratum of world dust or very small
neteors. Professor Brooks, of the Red House
Observatory, Thelps, Xew York, has turned
)is telescope upon these objects and dis
covered what he thinks aro mrnads ot tele.
Bcopic meteors. If it is unorramzed world
tust, or decomposed vapors, as the Democrat
ind C&nwcie of Rochester, New York, re
marks: "Uow is this matter to be diaposed
;f? Will it settle and form a deposit upon
the earth, or remain a partial onaouc shell
ibout tic earth to cut pff a portion of the sun's
Ight upon it?"
Whatever the mystery is, there is no deny
ixz that thcro aro some very strange forces at
vork in the upper airs. The terrible torna
(ocs and cyclones which hive swept over
amcrica, and tne leannl volcanoes and earth-
inakcs which nave destroyed so many a tics
tod thousands of peoplc.the tidal waves which
nystcrioosly rise and fall on coasts hitherto
in vexed by them, tho tremendous activity
ihich is evident in the tun by the constant
jevclaticn of enormous spots upon its surface,
ill indicate unusual energy in tho heavenly
ladies..
These circumstances recall Professor GrI ra
cer's prophecies that from 16SI to 1SS7, tho
rassagc ol the live groat planets .Mars, ep
Une, Jupiter, Uranus and Saturn around the
Ein weald produce strange and wonderful
liicnomena. He says: "The waters of tho
cirui will become more or less poisonous.
31ie air nil lb fuol wjlh noisome odors. An
chut races will disappear from the earth."
Ho attempts to prove his prophecy by the
bet that in 1720, when Mars and Saturn made
tick passage around the sun coinciden tally,
;reat destruction and mortality visited all
arls of tho globe. He also found the same
Tsutts in previous perihelion passages of the
planets, and argues that these circumstances
always produce epidemics ami destructive
diseases which will baffle the skill of tho
most eminent physicians; that the poor will
die by thousands, the weak' and intemperate
falling first, those whose blood has been im
poverished by excess of work or dissipation
next, and only those who are in com para tiro
vigor shall escape to enjoy the era of renewed
activity and prosperity which will follow tin
period ot destruction,
Inasmuch as the entire world seems snbtcct
to the sway of the heavenly bodies, no part of
the earth, he thinks, can escape scourging.
lie even predicts xuai America wilt lose over
v-Mtva 4Ul vu. vunjsc, luju uicicnai wTcnca. i DAi nunurcus wm nee to ovcr
of 1679-S2 followed and obscured the cause crowed cities for aid in vain. That sudden
for diagnosis of the commercial ecb-stmcture. changes in ocean currents, temperature and
But in the midst of this latter period the re-1 surroundings will entirely transform the face
puJicans threw aflaming brand of tariff discus- of nature and all climate of countries; that
sion into me umber ct an agitated, acute public I the air will be so foul with malaria and other
mina. n sex ere to tne whole tin It cf enquiry . noxious gases, that those who survive will be
thus started. The outcome of this was to llroublcdwithdisordcrsofthedigestiveorgans.
burn off the tinsel and frippery of sophistry That many who escape other ilia will bloat
Hotel Street Market,
Take Notice ! !
! Mules ! Horses!
-the uxnnnsicxinj would
-a- fa3r aab Ca rcfclK can a. au
asK vlXcIfb taanM ia U Wr Xirt.nxii
JaKE. XCTT0S.
X t SAUSAGES,
. W B 4rta.
XEO. CRAY.
Both Native Ss. California
GOOD FAMILY HOESES
! twulJ at mj TJXLES. Cent of rsukWI
sn Capt. John C. Cluney.
Paints and Paint Oil.
A r uxt. i-ixe or nrcsE goods.
F Si If bj
BOIXES A CO.
.ILL 7UE USUAL S20UJC SIZES
SCAKTLIKG.
TIMBER, PJ.AEK, BOARDS.
' 1 9
FEKCIKO AMrTnJlt
A. JLSsO. oiv ham
A Moit Complete Stock of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WAIL PAPER
-' - AT
INTENT T1 IU.
KAILS, LOCKS
BOTTS, HIKCES.
BOLTS. SCKZWS.ltc
DRY REDWOOD !
Standing; Flank, urface and rough
Boardi, anrfaoea anjioogh; Batters,
Picketc, IIcEtir, Lattice, Clapboard.
.i l0. S .MUC1J.
e
Pant 3rd Whitewash Brushes
HlllTi:
MHITE ZICT.
METALLIC AND OTHER 'PAINTS!
Class.
Salt.
.Firewood.
DOORS SASH BLINDS
1LLMILS,
Of Eastern and California Make.
FOR SILK IX QC1STITIES TO HIT
ISO AT
Cotton Duck.
WooDHEcar KXTua. a rruiiMiT.
T T lun! ALSA 1. 19 .B. IS nt. Vfnn ftrt
Sail Twtae- CctCB as. Flax.
BOLUS Jt CXJ,
abont rrotection bein tbe oalj trne-reTenne
i jslem conscrrio doioestic trade intcrecU,
and the co-called common people bejaii to
asj: iDcmstiTcs n someuiior were not wronz.
This disturbance reflected itself i Consrtss
and the appointraect of the Tariff Commission
of latt aesiion resulted. They -were samcd
to "revise" tho tariff presumably to cnt
down the average rate of daty on impoitod
articles, from 43 to SO or 21 percent. They
did rjothinz of the kind, and on the ccntrarr
succeeded in leaving ns with a 40 per cent
averije rate of doty, than which a worse mix-
lore can hardly le conceived. It may col be
necessary to add that almost every roan on the
Commission was identified solely wi A the hijb
protectionist nog, trom its fcecretary np.
tut; uesct-t.
One quarter of a fiscal year since the Dew
tariff went into force has shown cs that it
gives no redaction of revenue, that it bad dis
turbed some industries, Mid is in fact a coic
plete fraud, costic a good deal of money (rule
(.cmmissioners Lxpecscsj acd performing
none of tbe thiols it was expected to. Con
gressman larmiewas pramincotinuieAiii 11
Congress for his able adrocacj of a lower rani
of dotie, and the necessity for the same. In
this way he became the leader of the revenue
tariff men fcr Speafccr. The Rsndallites were
mainly of the school who were afraid to cuke
the issue, although some of protectionist eyxn
Uiies roted for him for that reason. Those
who haTe had a faint chimerical notion that
"the tariff issue" mkht be kept out of the
cimpaign are now prcbiblr convalescent, so
lar astuat idea is concerned. Ine issue cas
been made, Carlisle is Speaker. lie is irzrcs-
sire in favor of a lower tariff, free raw mate
rials and the like. Tbc democrats control the
IloDce bcre revenue bills roost onrinate and
will be looked to, to be consistent on this point.
Bills beariDe; on the tanff haTe already been
introdoced. The next Presidential campaign
will be fooght on tariff lines let no one be
loohsh enocgn to douu tins.
TBEATT TALK.
The Fresident's message touched on the
late Hawaiian sugar castigation. Bisxemarks
were remarkaU t well torced to catch . LciL
friends and foea of the treaty withoct seriously
disturbing the situation. I am aisured from
those who are in a position to know, what
ever the outcome of legislation concerning our
treaty may be, the outlook at the present
moment does not point to its being disturbed.
Its friends in Washington and elsewhere bare
net been idle. "o allegation which has been
made against iu integrity or desirability to
L0U1 nation, wbetner open or guarded, tax
been allowed to pass by. Attacks hare tees
prepared fvr as it appears lo me far in ex
cess of any real need therefor. Meanwhile
our Louisiana friends bare got a row to hoe.
The proposition to take off the duty on the
importations of oar foreign sugars, -which 1
thick I wrote you of last month, is rrnt;r
considerable disccasion and finding many
friend in unexpected quarters. Ton will re.
call that it started from the office of a pro
tectionist newspaper at Philadelphia. Io as
ranch as tea and coffee are on the free list
why not sugar is not it as much an article cf
food acd necessity I "at orally enoogb tlio
answer is that we have a home sugar isdc5trv
but do net raise tea and coffee, and should
therefor protect our own sugar raisers and
enable them to supply us at a profit to them
selves, where wit hoot a tariff thercould o&lr
make the sugar at a Iocs. There are thos
sands in this cocotry (yes, millions of people,
who would prefer to have the Looisiau
with dropsy and suddenly pass away, while
others will grow thin and drag out a misera
ble existence in indescribable zzonr for weeks.
Xccralgic pains in different parts of the body
will torment them. They will easily lire and
beet me despondent. A faint, hot feeling will
be succeeded by chilly rensation, while hal
lucinations and dread of impending ill will
panlrze all effort. "The birds in the air,
the beasts' of the field and even the fish of the
sea will become diseased, poisoning tbe air
and poisoning the waters of the globe." TYe
are told on the other hand that those who shall
pass through this period of trial will have
larger enjoyment of life and health. The earth
will yield more abundantly than ever before.
The animal kingdom will be more prolific and
life prolonged materially. This prolongation
of life will be owing to the healthy electric
ana nugneuc innaences mat will pervade the
atmosphere. It would perhaps seem that the
present redness cf the sun, and the presence
. f - 1 1 M - - 1 -
xjt .t v tcji ui vosmic mailer, jmunea, in
a measure, tne prediction ol rro feasor tinra
mcr. w J of Jlercvry.
Pioneer" Line
FROM LIVERPOOL.
ii, i go.
OFFER FOR SALE
From the Cargoes !
or THE
BARK MALLSGATE,
axd
Other recent Vessels
-tub roLiuvixu -
DRY GQODS AND CLOTHING
Prints of latest styles, fast colors ;
Itluc Denimc Win to Crodon Sheeting
Herrcck's Long Clothsjlro wn Linen Drills
Waterproof Tweeds, Towels & Toweling.
(i!ass Towels, Tabic Cloths, do. Napkins,
rare linens, bhawis, i.renadines,
DRESS GOODS. WHITE &C0L0RD SILKS
Colored Siting, Grass Cloths.
Artificial Flowers and Feathers,
Cbtton Handkerchiefs. Silk Handkerchiffs.
Woolen Table Covers, CoIM Satteens A Crape
FancT. Mixture, Blue and Gray Flannels,
iciona uins. tfroou' ewooi i
lAce Curtaios Hue and white:
Check LiaUddA. Fancy Dress Goods,
Fancy llaids. ltesatta bhirta. Wool Shirta,
White and Colored Cotton tihirta.
Pilot Ileefcra, IndiA ltobbcr ConU, Capes and
Men's W hite, Hruvn and Colored Half Hose,
Undies Hose, Men's Itoady Made Oothinct
Men's Hats, Blue and Gray Horse Blankets,
Woolen Blankets, all colors, sizes A weight;
Velvet Carpets, Velvet Hugs Velvet
and Tapestry Door Mats,
SADDLERY !
A Fall Assortment of Gents', Ladies, Girls
and Bova Saddles.
A few JOCKEY SADDLES,
Bridles, Saddle Cloths, Chamois Sains,
Sugar HAGS, 20x36; Coal BAHS,
XxS7;
Filter Press Baers,
132 ac 86.
SomclliiimNew ami in Great Demand
A FEW OM.V ItOtAlMMJ.
Ctf Tbkc ILVUS are made lo lit Otto's rmece, and
are ot the rijat &Ize and froper texture.
RICE BAGS AND TWINE,
GALVANIZED
CORRUGATED ROOFING
In S, ?, , , b f i, lcastht, i iriu?c), trcrewt fc Wihrr
GALVANIZED 1UDGLSG,
Annealed Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5, 6,7, and Staples,
Galv Wash Basins, Galv Garden Borderings
and Xet tings.
Tinned Iron Saucepans, all sizes;
Tea Kettles, Heal Japan Blaekinc,
PA VIM? BHICK8,(iAl!I)EX TILES
Garden Boilers, Lawn Seats and Chairs,
Umbrella Stands. Iron Scraners.
Hat Hooks and Bails. LAWN TENNIS SETS,
Clothes Baskets, Hand Baskets, Work Baskets
Crockery and Glassware,
Fancy Glass Flower Stands, Fern Baskets, etc.
PORTLAND CEMENT & FIRE BRICKS
Fire Clay, Wbitins, Chalk, Yellow Ochre,
Roolins Slates
Liverpool and Itock Salt,
ZINCS, PAINTS AND BOILED OILS
Worcester Sauce and Groceries,
English, AiucricaiuV Hawaiian Flag:
3, S, and 7 yards lengths.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS
Admiralty Tcst-siies: h,HS M0;
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal
STATIONERY, IKON' BEDSTEADS,
EXGL1SU I.E.VT11E1E BELTIXG, 3 to U;
FLO OR OILCLOTHS
STEEL RAILS,
lMt. LtBrtti j lHfc. and lSlb. per Yard.
Fish Plates, Bolts and Nuts,
RAtl.no.m SPIKUS TO MATCH
ONE SIX HORSE-POWER
PORTABLE ENGINE
ALSO, O.VE THltEE HOltSE-TOWEB
VERTICAL ENGINE
&c. &cr &c. &c
9C THEO. It. I1AYIES Jc CO
. O. Hall & Son
m:. i.i.its is
A.A.MONTANO
PHOTOGRAPHER
Cor. Port andKing-Sts.
UraiiT lo inform Lit titnrmii frleeda and
the iebilc zt&erttlj tbat be aaa
Reduced the Prices of Photographs,
VhUb for M jtc QulitT sad FlnUh, cinnot be
exrelletl, from Locket to Life ! In Tfry
SlyJe A bflodld AnlmcBt of
NEW PHOTO FRAMES
In Mil.. btf b. rtatk. Leather, i-t vt the Utett
itTl- Aio, a Ltjxe Colkclloo of
ISsJAJVI VIEWS
HairsSteelPlows
CBtlIn;fnmStolSlBcbef;made for them br
tbe Molino Plow Co.
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS
ofcrrTrdefeption ncededon theve IUndt,
CALL AND SEE THE NEWGOODS
txs?- AT "Sr
C. J. FISHEL'S
INCLUDIIsTG-:
Fresh Millinery,
Feathers
Hats.
Flowers,
ON MONDAY, DEC. 3d, 1883.
Jtfew Goods by Iate Arrivak
FROM SAN FRANCISCO, -NEW
YORK & ENGLAND,
Received by Castle & Cooke.
ALSO, TO ARRIVE BY VESSELS DDE FROM ABOVE PORTS. AND
To ltt, Soiai) at XiOlTESX MAXES-
GOODS
Suitable for Plantations, Country Stores
Or FAMILIES. Orders Filled at Shortest Xotlco and with ijativ
taction to I'urehasers. Attention Is Called to Our
Improved Paris PLQ "W
THE ONLY UENCINE 1'AItIS TLOW, MADE OF rOLISIIED CllbT IsTKEL, ind lWDteid
Eqnal.lt not Btiur. laaa an MJ Brmklnsl-to. ta th. Startat. -MicolatroilA o
flow m Hana of Moliae flow Co Jaa lme Co., A, tianrtlow.
ioao!tone aud Asbf t lot Mcam ractlas, ItCTt till India Knbbrr Mnm Ictlny. i trfjtnta.
Aitmtos Boll'cr Cortrtns and Mcam Tfai do Jlichlotrj otU- lard, caitor and Cjffl1?.'ila'ttf iil OU,
DISSTOITS CELEBRATED SAWS AND FILES, ALL SIZES;
itubb't Ft!f r, namnim for barjwnterfl. Machlnlit. Claeasmltb Itorr.t.M
.11 iltn: Itorw and JIalt SAoeKall,, OUr Sail., ttt S&n. Uto SSillsl
pear Jt Jrlfon' mil BtnbV
Latest Improvements in Shelf Hardware
lUbbork's B L OiUt iry Low IIatc; llubbacf White andJted Lid. Zinc. ? mill Pal iu in Oil
Illate ilinBraetorlns tVt Stam Ft ed, Irrl-atln; d Vtcnnm rnmpt . Wctoa rtlrat Centrif nml
Barbed Wire, riitn FcncioS Wire, G.Inniied Korloff. - 1 ieni -airtn.lii
STAPLE 3Z 3Et"S" G- O O ID.S.
Penlmi . S ind 9 ox ; Ticking. A I'A, B and D CIciched and Unbleached CouIhm, RouU Diaper.
Htnwn and Illeacbcd lMHs, Linen Mice tlnj. 3Iotinlto Lace Net. Dine and Scarlet Flannel
A Fine Assortment or White Flantlf. At,
STAPLE GROCERIES, Golden Gate, Star it Superfine Hon
Columbia Hirer Salmon, l'jv Eraiu Abo, California Llmr. Tortland and Jljdranlle Crment
For Kerosene Oil We Offer THE PAIACE, and Guarantee
itcannotbe beatfor quality or price; also, THE
VTJXCAN, a good oil and above test:
WOODWARD & BROWN'S CELEBRATED PIANOS
The Cheapen (iooil I'iano; New llavou Or?an Co.N Parlor Orcans.
a. x. cinnB.
s. r. ciunA.
S. M. CARTER AND COMP
S3 KIuM., Itonolnll. 1L I.. ltt.aU Si -.1.
Firewood Goal and Feed.
WcwonMnotlfUii pu1'Hcandbcoi.la.vitri' in par-
lli-filir. that Irrn nn hand anil tttt att In nnan
titles to vnlt pnirhasers and at lo-c-t rair Foci e
CharcoaL Jf.b.W. Newcastle Coalf. SwokIi Coalr,
and the Cclrbrrted Wellington 2Iin
. Departure liar Coals; lo.
Elacfcrmltbft Coal.
The abort can be ordered by telephone or otherwise'
and immediate de.lTery guaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL!
Telephone No. 305.
vlJ-T-Waterhouse,
MX ALSO KEEP IX SHOCK
Hay cwtacL Oats,
California ami New Zealand ;
Corn, Whf la and Gronncd ; Urau,
Barley, Whole and Ground j Wheat.
Middlmc, itnd other t'ecd.
Order tbe nboTe through
TELE11IONE NO. SOB,
and vre warrant quick dclivcrp, and fvll wcihL
Unlcrs from tne otner islands Bolieitcd.
FJ2EE DELIVER V
to all parts of the city Kcmcnibcr
82 Kln Street, nnd Telephone No 1 87-
S. M. CARTER & Co..
itvi.Mi uui'iiiir Tin:
LEGAL TENDER QUARRY
Am: riiM'Aitt'ii to
Furnish Stone
Building Fnruoses,
BALLAST for SHIPS
..-ISCLCDISC THE.
Volcano. Lava Klowf . v
fcajar JIlIli and rtanuttoai.
Groan, of Jjawiiiinf,
la Jtacicst and nodrra Caitnmn.
No. 87 rort Street. Opposite E. O. Ball
&. S
6m
J. D. RAMSAY,
Gcnornl Grocer
A.VD
l3x"o vision Dealer,
.0.6T1IOTKI.ST,
Goods Delivered to
UOSOLI'LV.
Castomcr's Resi
dences, lYce or Charge.
Jett Uwirrd rx late arrivaU, a freh line of
Garden Seeds tc Fresh Groceries.
rr moROERi rnuo wiiKPusipnESs. -01
3 ISLaXD OEDEBS SOLICITED tf
i eas, Teas, Teas.
ArUXT, ASSOUTMKXT OF JA1.
srrfi atrd China Tra. Jinan lnrtlntA
fiae article ia email parlta-, lor families
1-'ot M'e by
3C VIXKtO,
GOFFKE OIiD KONA COFKKT
m Fur Ealehr EOLLKS ii J.
ViHUL STOVES
RA.ISTGJ-ES
OF ALL SIZES)
KITCUES AKD HOUSEHOLD CTEKSILS-of
all kindi;
PA1XTS AKD OIL-o( all kinds;
I.UBlilCATINO OILS Lest slock in the market;
KEliOSEXE OILDcnmcr'a, Noondaj 4 Lnstral;
SILVER I'LATED WAKE-from lUxd i. Barton;
SOLID SILVER WAKE from tho Gotham Co.
rOWDEIiS-aU Vindi, from Cala. I Wcr Works
CAKEIAGE ASD 1UCHI.VE EOLTS-all sizes;
HARDWARE
A Splendid Auortmaatf
LEATHER Or All Descriptions;
VB 0t Good axe of the bit qaality; are hornet
for caf h; are alvaji new. Kor partievlara, we referee
ewtwaeTi and miENPS to OUR 1EV 0EJCWPTI15
CniLOGOE, vhltb ve via tend to anj est apoa spplt
cation, or cafl and rxanlaeourSpIeadidStocfcof Good
AT OUR WAREROOM8 n" of rort a
KlaifctrteUrIInolDlB. 973
BEACH AND BLACK SAND
DUMP CARTS
Alwan on band to SU ordnt at aon notice and at
IaMnank UI.
i:i:m 1 ji iii.b tii i: 31 n ni.it :
88 KING- STU-l-JrET.
Kt t3f Telephone 3Q5. -a tif
ICE CK.E IVE!
Tlf ILK. A. IIAKTHAS .IUtT Kl
t" tiviu oaii r ran' 1
d has oiK-ottl ma
Ice Cream Saloon !
sTI-LED
The ELITE
IS CONKECTIONWITn
THE AfiTOH IIOIMI J!reri. Hart Eroa tat.
miolfdTlll:i)l.M.M; i-ARI.oit.Vaad tbtlr
""bll'nmtau ar now Ik. riant la tbc
Cllr4fel If) mrtT KIIU... rroprlelora
EDLi, gossip.
TJIEItKISXOlllMuGO&SIl'lKJW
crer, that the aadenlzaed .111 laa. 1'ortratti la
jar lte or tlewi to onlrr la tb bnt lrlot the
1-botorrtphleArt.aadoa theraoat Iteaaonitlt Tmna
. 1 - wle sw'P "t "X' be ill not tn t.
pleate - for b alw.ri to and fll b. .ililn- to pleat.
WTone.boran becnlted; and nevt r treated aaroae
OBtofthLwar, and nctTT will treat an70n.Mher.lM
cbaalaanropeTraanner. Uoaot Uiten tozoeelp,ba
tomtindreelor JoJelf-lhe laal.aja v.oifdeil
itorj. (vnsm) llZL. C11A&E
SALAMANDER FELTING
VOB
CovcriHg Boilers, SfcaM Pipes
ETC . ZTf
Saves 25 percent, of Fuel
PRICE REDUCED TO $7.50 BBL.
THEO. H. DAVIES A Co,,
im.s lAMMXTiox or Till:
Pollowino Goods Just Received
1LTC i.aTn.ittKiv.ii.u
Blaok French. Merinos,
Ladlr.' and Gent's UmlwelUe.
Linen Sheetfnr;. Fine Mfk.
Ladles and tienfa lle.lerr.
Embroldend Clolli Tabic Corm
Ladies' & Gent's Underwear,
"Woolen & Cotton Shirts,
LAiit-i: .iMuKracYr oil
White Linen Shirts and Collars,
IATLST ST1LKJ.I
Wool Drea Uoode.
Ladles' Hate, trimmed and BStrtmnied
Ustrkh r.ataer.
Edgings and Insertions,
a riNi: kit or
SCOTCH TWEEDS,
New Designed Prints,
And a Grert Varietr of both
English and American Goods
too MMrnorTo jtiLVTiojr.
A General Assortmcntof
NEW GOODS I
IN Ottl LINE -
Juil RrcciTed pet Star AUnnU, iBcladin
Groceries, Provisions, it Feed
A Urre qaantitr of SALMOS.lo XUxrela lad
half Caneli .ColamVU EiTrr acd North cm -
Bolles & Co.
JUST RECEIVED
nv
CONCH EE & AHCXG
lUirr sTGEET. ABOVE KISD
New Goods of Various Descriptions
IX
Chinese and Japanese Ware!
ALbO. LATEST STTLE Or
EUROPE&H NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY !
IXCUUISli nOME
1XE SETS Or TIGEll CLAM'S
Silk Handkerchiefs (henititchedj.
Ail colors aad aaliUea,
a nst AssoEmrsT or
Japanese Lacquered Ware
.tlo, o. 1 1! ice For Sale.
a lr
BONE MEAL
SUPERPHOSPHATES,
POWDBR.33T
AMI OTIIEU
Fertilizers in Quantities to Sf.
roK sale by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
6ni ireili radii rtrtimaf
C. C. ST RATEMEYER,
nucncAL -
SIGN WRITER & GLASS EMBOSSS
AtraU, 5 r tu K 10. M (IK ST. " "

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