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THE SATURDAY PRESS.
A NKWfll'AfKlt PLMILtfHEI) WKEKI.T
UTiscntrTto
FIVEDOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE
Snbserlhera and Advertisers will address Mr.Thos. O,
Thrnm. Hnslness Manag r . ,,, ,. ,
All matter for Hit Saturday TftM should be addressed
to the".SATl IIDAV I'llKSS
The Old Book.
Qimlnl poems, of fnr.ofl nc,
In lilnillnw dark nnd old,
lint utrowii nVr each discolored pftR
Sweet fancies sweetly told,
Tlml "font, ns tlmnh ft child wcro I,
To tnke inn liy tlm limiil,
And lend mo tlironuli tliu yenrs Rono by,
lltek to n nmcli-ioved land,
Whero snnslilnn fnll.i In golden Imrfl,
Thrrmh woodland Inliyrlntlm t
And frnll wlilto wind-flowers He Ilko stars,
'Mid pnri'ln hyacinths.
Now, thonidi I softly cliwo tho liook,
Tho vision with mo stAys!
On rrcn yotinR lenves nnd rll'plmK brook,
On flowers and sky, I k7o.
O tmnt I dul nnd koiim thou nrt !
Iltit thin, thy mnlo lore,
Dith enter In llio render's licnrt,
And lire there evermore.
0 poet 1 tliat didst iln no sweet
To kLuUIcii wrnry men,
lVrclmncfl somo dny wo twnln shrill meet,
Anil I may thank thro tlirn.
A Conversation with M. Do Lesnops.
11. ilo Lcbscjm gnvo inort short sketch of
ln's life Ho wiih It'd to do ko by n question
which I put, immcly, how it enruo to piss
Hint tho Kmpiro tumbled with such n crnsli
when a ninn of his (Do FtCHRcpV) onorgy,
nhility, nntl lucid mind wrts ho near tho
throno. Ho replied that although a cousin
of tho HmproAH, and tnnnh favored by hor
hi tho Suez ontcrjiriRO, ho was in reality
very far from tho throno. Tho Empress
was tho Isabella the Catholic of tho Sncz
nchnmo. Hut for tho Spanish nrdor with
which sho RUHtaincd it, the Isthmus woold
ntill divido tho lied from tho Mediterranean
Soa. Your head, who said (spoaking of
courso in n figuro) to Comto Wnlowski,
depcuds on tho skill you show in helping
my cousin to cut his canal. M. do Los
ncps, to show on what small circumstances
groat ovcnls hingo, wont into some details
nf his family history, and that of tho Em
press Eugonio. His father, who was do
Hcondrd from tho architect of tho Cathedral
of Edinburgh, was soot with Lucion Uona
parto to Madrid, becauso ho had bcon
brought np at Hayonno and could talk
Spanish ns well as French. Lucion wrm
tho first Ambassador named to tho Court
of Charles IV by Napoleon. His mission
was to obtain tho rotrocossion of Louisiana,
which Louis XV had allowed to slip from
his hands, nnd to mnko friends of tho
notables in tho sonthorn ports of Spain.
M. do Losscps tho older wont nboutnlways
with him, and was tho soul of his diplo
macy. Tho Now Orleans affair brought
him into relations with tho United btatcs
Consuls, tho most intelligent of whom was
Mr. Kirkpntrick, who was in business at
Malaga. M. do Losscps proceeded to that
town, and, assisted by Kirkpatrick, who,
liko himself, was of Scotch origin but
less romotoly studied tho resources of
Andalusia nnd tho political condition of
tho south of Spain. They were drawn
closer together by a romantic affair which
sprang up. A notablo of tho provinco,
Sonor Grovigny, had two very protty
daughters, with ono of whom tho Consnl
foil in lovo. Tho French diplomat been mo
enamored of tho youngest, nnd as Lucion
Bonaparto was in high favor nt tho Court
of Madrid her father allowed hor to marry
M. do Losscps, with whom sho wont to ro
Bido in Paris, whero, in 180 1, sho gnvo birth
to Fordinand. Uer eldest sister becamo
Mrs. Kirkpatrick, nnd tho mother of tho
Comtesso do Montijo, who was drawn by
her Do Losscps kindred to Wintor in Paris
when hor daughtorshad grown up. "Thus
you boo," observed M. do Lessops, " what
n numbor of groat events havo in J'ci
cfntineincnt dot chnses doponded upon my
father's early knowlodgo of tho Spanish
tonguo." Another " hingo ovont" which
lod to tho oxooution of tho Suez Canal
scliomo wns tho older Losscps having
divined in a poor and unlottered Turkish
oflicor. Mohomot AH, n vast genius nnd tho
man who wns to broak down tho power of
tho Mnmolukos. Tho French diplomat re
ported in this senso to his Govornmont nnd
wns instructed to bo guided by his own
judgment iu bringing tho olucor forward.
M. do Losscps invited tho Turk to his
hquso. nnd showed himself in various ways
bis friond. But suddonly tho oflicor with
drew from his company nud kept out of his
way. Whon Mohomot wns a great man ho
mid to M. Fcrdinnnd do Lossops, "Your
fathor must hnvo boon puzzled to think
what my roason was lor keeping nloof from
htm after T had accepted so much kindness.
It wns this. A silvor knifo nnd fork, I
board tho servants say, had been stolen
from his tablo nt a dinnor to which I wont.
I was so poor that I fancied I would pass
in his oycH for being tho thiof, nnd novor
dared nftor to roturn." Soon after Mo
linnint had related this anccdoto ho asked
2l. Fcrdinnnd do Lesscps to nllow Prince
Said, his son, to pass bis afternoons nt tho
French Consulate, in order that bo might
pick up tho French that was spoken thore.
The boy grow fondly attached to tbo intel
ligent and very kind-hearted diplomat.
Whon be wan Viceroy nnd tho Sue con
cossion wits nsked for, bo gave M. do Les
sons a carte Waneif. M. Ferdinand do
Lossops ontored tho consular hervice ns
Boou ns bo quittod tbo Lyceo Uouri IV.
Ho wns vent to Coutrnl America whon
Humboldt was airing a scliomo for an intor
oceanio canal at Panamn nud tbo Spanish
Stittos were struggling for iudopondonco.
Successively bo was traunferrod to Lisbon,
Tangier, ami Tunis, nnd witnessed tho
'. i ? ..r .tl..!n iv Vrnnnb Troons. Alox-
andriu was his next consular statiou, and
tboro bo distinguished himself by bis cour
nKo when the plague was raging. How
the Suez Canal onine to bo realizod and
ngainst what obstacles tbo world well
knows. M. do Losseps quito pardons Lor,d
Palmerston anil Dowuing street nil tho an
noyanco they caused him, aud ho laughs
heartily when he relates how Pam" be
lievod that tho corps of uavvios recruited
ii Frauce for tho Sues yorks were dis
guihod xouaves, cumi"K'y scnt hi' ku!8
Jfniwleou to got hold of tho ovorland route.
M. do Lessops takes a kiudly view of tho
world. Uumauity iu tbo lump bo thinks
exoellout. A crowd is always Ukon by on
boroio action or a fiuo eontiiuent backed by
k'stroug conviction. A high-boartcd man
au do what be pleases with a multitude.
JiU Mall Gaztttt.
A wining anecdote comes to us from
Colorado which is worth ropeating, os
pociallyns it pojntB to the groat caution
which should U exercised by intending in.
vestors iu receiving reports of new ventures
iu the far ytmi. A aa living at Colorado
Springs was dtsirou of .Baking a sudden,
fortuue, and employed ap old miner to help
hitu to discover precioot als n the
iieigbborhood of Pike's Pak. When thejr
hadtkair prespect bole' all ready tbeyeai.
i
Saturday
VOLUME I.
ployed a mining oxpert to oxamino nnd re
port upon their property. Ho gavo an
elaborate tlcfcriplion of tho geology of tho
country surrounding tho mmo nnd of tho
rock in which it was fonnd, to which no
oxception conldbo taken; bnt when hoenmo
to disenss tho origin of tho pay oro ho ro
marked that some mineral veins woro
charged by sublimation and somo by preci
pitation, but that tho oro under discussion
was tho first which ho had over bcon called
upon to oxamino that boro mimistaknblo
evidence of having been chnrged through
tho ngency of a wheelbarrow. It is to bo
feared that tho prnclico of wheelbarrow
" salting " has boforo now oxtrnctcd n great
deal of looso cash from investors in Eng
land, who aro dazzled with accounts of
Comstock bonanzas nnd tho fabulous win
nings of Mackay and other ndvonturcrs.
What n Newspaper Should Be.
The Jouiwai. ov thk Futuhe.
Tho Philadelphia Price JAtt of a recont
date has sketched what a newspaper should
be, and truly pictures hero tho features of
what it will be: " Wo shnll not havo moro
JVch. Tho world is ransacked for it now.
Earth, sea nnd nir bring it to ns from overy
capital, from cvory pcopln, from overy
continent nnd from overy island. Wo Hhnll
not havo biggor nowspapcrs ; thoy nro big
ger now thnn busy pooplo enn read. Wo
shall havo better nowipapors ; tho storios
better told ; bettor brains employed in tell
ing j briefer papers , papers dealing with
tho moro important of curront matters in
such stylo nud with such fascination that
they will commnnd tho widest interest.
Thuro will bo moro enro and nhility in se
lecting, out of tho myriad of things yon
might tell; tho things tho pcoplo want to
bo told or ought to bo told. Tboro will bo
n groator skill in putting these things bo
foro thorn in tho most convenient nnd nt
trnctivo shnpo. Judgment in selecting tho
news, gonitis in telling it that is tho goal
for tho highest journalistic effort of tho fu
turo. In making n. newspapor tho heaviest
item of oxponso used to bo tho whito papor.
Now it is the news. I)y nnd by, let us
hope it will bo tho brains."
Small-Pox Remedy.
A correspondent writes nB follows : I
hcrowith nppond n recipo which has been
used, to my knowledge, iu a hundred cases.
It will provont or euro tho small-pox,
though tho pittings nro filling. When
Jonnor discovered cow-pox in England, tho
world of scionco hurled nn nvnlnncho upon
his hoad, but when tho most scientific
school of medicino in the world that of
.Paris published this recipo as a pauncea
for small-pox, it passed unheeded. It is ns
unfailing as fato and conquers in overy in
stance It is harmless whon tnkon by a
boalthy person. It will nlso cure tho scar
lot fever. Hero is tho recipo ns I havo
used it, nud it cured my children of scarlet
fovor, nnd will euro smnll-pox. When loom
ed physicians said tho patient must die, it
curod :
Snlphnto of zinc, ono grain, foxglovo,
(digitalis,) ono grain ; ono half-totspoonful
of sugar. Mix with two tablespoonfuls of
water thoroughly, then add four ounces of
water. Tako a tablospoonful every hour.
Eithor scarlet fovor or small-pox disap
pears in twclvo hours. For a child, smaller
doses, according to age If you vnluo nd
vico and experience, use this for that tor
riblo disoaso.
At a recont dinner of tho Now York
Fross Club tho toast, "Tho Hepublic's
honored ox-President," wns responded to
by General Grant, os follows: "Mr. Presi
dent and Gentlomon of tho Now York Press
Club: I confess to a littlo embarrassment
this evening in boing cnllod upon unex
pectedly to say a word boforo n eot of such
diffident men nB compose, not only tbo
Pross Club, but thoso associated with tbo
Press of tho country. I thought this wns
nu evening that I was going to spend
whero nil would bo quiet, nnd good order
applauso; whero nobody would havo any
thing to say. Wo all kuow tho character
istio modesty of people associated with tbo
Press. Laughter. Novor wnnt to iuquiro
iuto anybody's affairs Inughtor, know
whero they aro going laughter, what thoy
nro going to do laughter, what thoy nro
going to say when thoy gut there. I roally
thought that you would oxcuso mo this
ovouiug, butl supposo you will expect mo
to sny Komothing nbout tho Pross, tho Press
of Now York, tho Pross of tho United
States, nnd tho Press of the world. It
would tako a good deal of timo to iell what
it is possiblo for tho Prcs to do. I con
fess at somo poriod of my lifo when I havo
rend what you had to say about mo, that I
havo lost, nil faith nud ml hope laughter
nnd applause, but sinco a young editor
(Mr. Fordl has spokon for tho Pross, and
has fixed tho lito timo of a generation of
tho newspaper men nt about twclvo years
laughter nnd npplauso, I havo a growitg
hope within mo that in tbo future tho Pross
war bo able to do somo of tho great good
which wo all admit it is possiblo for it to
do. Applnuse nnd laughter. I havo
beon somewhat of a roadcr of newspapers
for forty yoars. I could rend very well
whon I wns eight yoars of age, and it has
given mo forty yenrs of observation of tho
Press, and there is ono peculiarity I havo
observed, and that is, iu all of tho walks of
lifo ouUido of tho Press, people havo en
tirely mistnken thoir profession, their occu
pation. Laughter. I never know a
Mayor of a city, or oveu a Councilmau of
nny city, nny public officer, any Govern
meut utlic.nl, I never know a member of
Congress, Senator or President of the
United States, who could not bo enlight
ened in his duties by the youngest member
of tbo Press. Laughter. I nover know
n General to command a brigade, a divis
ion, a corps, an army, who could begin to
do it as well ns meu far away in their sanc
tum, and I often wondered. I was Tory
glad to bear that the nowspaper fraternity
were ready to take with perfect confidence
nny office that might bo tendered to them,
from President to Mayor, and I have often
been astonished that citizens havo not dono
so, because they know all these offices
would have been well and properly filled.
Laughter. Wall, gentlemen, I am very
happy to hare beta here with yoo, and I
hope when the sew generation, about twelve
ears hence, cornea up, that I will again
dine V ith the Proas Club of New York, and
that I will sco those of this generation who
nro so well fitted to fill all civil offices havo
all been chosen, nnd that thcro will bo
nothing left to criticise. I thank you, gon-tlcrncn."
H. W. SEVERANCE,
Hnwrttlrui Coimul & Commission Merchant
7 :it6 California ft., C'al.. Iloom No. 4. ly
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attornny and, Counsellor at. Law,
Merchant Nt , Honolulu, It. 1.
EDWARD PRESTON,
Attorney nnd Counsellor nt Law,
M I'nrt Strict, lloncloln.
1
mrs. d. b. ORrrriN,
103 Port St., Honolulu,
Faahlnnnlilo Milliner' nnd 'Drcsa Mnlccr.
1 New Oool anil Htylct rrefhed rvfrjr month. ly
DR. N. B. EMERSON,
i-?rBixcivisT jvivod sunoTnoiv
omce at Dr. HouTnann'ii llrus Storo, 21 Merchant Ht.
Holiltncc, mrncr Kuktil anil Fort f trcrt (the old Krnger
premise.) Office hours 'I loll a. m. 3 to I e. m, 3 6m
J. NOTT & CO..
Importer nml Denier in Stoves, Ranges,
Metal. HniiK" l'nm!hlnffOoofl. Crncktrjr. Olasa nml
liuna ware, I'rncticni .urcranica, nonomin, u
1 iy
, I.
Helena: iu :n.'
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
AND GROCERY.
n Sn. I Mlllin Nlreet. ljr
A. W. RICHARDSON fc CO.,
IHI'UllTEItS AND 1IEALEIIS IX
nonta, Hhor-a, Purrd'hlng flnoda, lints, Cans, Trnnlcs,
Vallarn, Perfumery nnd Soups, WnUhnm Watches,
Flnii.tcnrlrj, etc, corner of l'ort nnd Merchant Sta.,
Honolulu, II. 1. 1 ly
M. DICKSON,
Pnotorrrnphio Artlat,
tW and 101 Port Street,
rictnres of all ! nml kinds made to order, nnd
Frames of all description contlnntly on hand. Also,
Shells. Corals, nnd t.'urlosltlcs nf tliu 1'aclfic. " ly
E. W. HOPP,
Catlnot Maker, Upholstoror, Denier in
Furniture,
No.RSKlns Street, het cen Nnnann nnd Fort Streets.
Mattresses constantly on linud or madu to order.
JJJ
THOS. G. THRUM,
Importing and MnnnfncturlnK Stationer.
News Agent, Book Blndor, &c,
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Pino Stationery, Hooks, Music. Toys nnd Fancy Goods,
1 Fort Mtreut, near Hotel, Honolulu. ly
V, M. WEHNE1L JOHN SlYEEM.
WENNER & CO.,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
Manufacturing Jowolers. Diamond Setters,
Kngrnwrs, and Deulera In Jewelry of nil kinds. Shell
nnd Knknl Jewelry made to order, Orders also re
ceived and faithfully nttended to for nil kinds of Hiilr
Work In Jewelry or Memorial Dcslgni I ly
D. W. CLARK,
Wfttcli Malior nnd Jeweler,
iMi'onTEiior
Waltham and all other American Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry.
Watch Itcpnlriii!; made, n specialty
1 ly No. 17 Merchant Street, Honolnln.
FRANK OERTZ,
BOOT ANDSHOE MAKER
No. SO Merchant St., next to Thos. O. Thrum.
IliMita nllU Nlinea M ile to lriler, or Bent Ma-
terlnl,niil nt Itenaoiilile lrlec.
Boots and Shoos made for Gash only
'y
M. S. GRINBAUM &. CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Gene
ral Morcliaudino,
S Makcc'a Illock, (Juecn Street. ly
M. S. GRINBADM & COM
Forwarding nnd Commission Merchants,
'.'It California St., San Prnnclsco.
Special facilities for and partlcalar attention paid to
i consignments of Island produce. ly
-VOJLsO-aLisro house
CKATEU OF OF KII.AUEA.
VT. II. LT3NTZ, MANAGER,
Tlenty to eat. n ronslnc Bre, clean beds, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands.
Visitors rpnuirlni? nnv unusual disnlar of volcanic
action will kindly (.'Tie Manapcr nt least ten days notice
In One. weather, anil from eleven to thirteen In foul.
5 ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY.
R. LOVE A. BROTHER, Proprietors,
NUUANU SHEET.
Pilot, Medium nnd Navy Hrtnd alwnys on hand and
made to order Also, Water, Soda, nnd .llutter Crack
ers, Jenny Llnd Cakes, Jlr,
Ship llrcad rc-haked on the shortest notice, tamfly
Dread, made of the licet flour, bakuil dally and always
on haitu.
. !. Brown Bread of the Beit Quality
aijr
T. J. MOSSMAN,
Importer and Sealer in Crockery,
Plain and Decorated Porcelain, Cut nnd Pressed Cllass,
Sllier Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandeliers, Lamps,
Chimneys. Etc. , , ,
Fire Proof Store, cor, Kliie and Nuunnii Sts., Honolnln.
2JZ
' E, COOKIWEBB.'M. D.,
HomeopatMat,
(Late Chief of Stan" Homeopathic Hospital, Ward's
island. N. Y.)
Office 00 Fort Street. Special attention to diseases of
women nnd children.
Office hniira Until 10 A. M. !ito4r.M. 3 ly
o. stasxKisx. a. rsaurni.
O. SEOEEKEN A: CO.,
No. j Nunanu Street,
Tinsmiths and Plnmbers. Dealers in Stoves,
HanEes, Tin, Shset Iron and Copper Ware, keep con
stantly on hand a full assortment of Tinware, Oalvan
lied Iron and Lead Pipe. India Itubber Hose, c, c.
8 ly
HIGOINS & JESSETT,
Nos. SO nnd W King St.,
CarriaRe Builders, Trlm-,JSj
mers. Painters, Varnisbers VI' T
All kinds of Hrpslrlui; attended to, and Rood work
guaranteed at l.uw Hal es, 8 ly
A. L. SMITH,
41 rn ht street, ivroiiTun ash healer in
M'rlden Quadruple Plated Ware, (Hasaare. King's
ll'rlilen ijuaurnpie riaico
Combination Spectacles an
Vases, I.ustral Wire Wai
Frames, Wottcuholm a Poc
nu Kir ..la'., a, u.Bvnr.a,
are. l'ancr Snaps. Picture
'nekrl Knives. Scissors. Pis
tola, Pouder, Shot and Ammunition, Clark a Spool
Cotton.MaehlnaOli.ail Kinaa or Jiacnine .ceaies,
Homestlc" Paper Fashions, Sole Agent for the uni
versally acknowledged
I.l((ht RnnniacDotaeatlo Sew lac Machine.
mi.I.IUIIA!tf St. CO.,
1MP0BTEB8 AND DEAIEK8 IH HABDWAUE
Cutlery. Dry floo.li. Paints and Oils, and Osntra
M.r.
chsnilU,.No. Ken ilMet.llonniulu.
(IS ly
it o i.i.i mti:k At jo.,
Drunjltt; Atlittiirif$,
mporters of Tobaooo and Cigars,
Manufacturers of Soda Water,
Agents for P. Lorlllanl JS Co'; Tin Tag; W. R. Kimball
& Co'a Vanity Fair; andOoo.tln A Co'sOld
Judge. Tobaccos and Cigarettes.
816) Mu S3 Wiiimmi Btreet. HumqIuIu. ly
. W. MAIlFAMl.AKaV: CO..
IMP0KTEB8 AMD COMMISSION XSBCHAsTXI,
Kobissoa's rirs-riwitUulldlac,
QuMDStrset, HoaoUls.lI.I.
ASixia ma
Tbt Qlsijtow and Honolulu Lias ef Packets.
John Hay A Co's Llisrpool soj London Packsts.
The WaUapll Plautstlwi,
Ths Spsncr I'lanUllon. llllo,
ll.l.Uu I'lsntsliou, llllu.
MlrrUes, Tslt A Wstsca, Sagtr Msthlosry.
Ths I'nuloa th,sp Uasth ComrT.
BISHOP ft CO.,
B ANKluRa,
IIONUI.UI.V, I I I HAWAIIAN ISL.AKB
. . PltiW BXCMANUK OX-.
1NE IMK OF Calif WWII, ;;:$ FaUCHM
ass tasaa amsri is
Maw Vsrk,
ealesi,
Farts,
Atuklaaa,
THC HKITal UH CMFtMTrtN. : : : INM
asp lasts siiiccu l
Hss Kss,
SyelaeT.suil
MslksMurat,
Aa4 Uaasacl aQsasial aaakitf iasiaaaa. HT If
HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY,
EDWARD PRESTON,
Attorney nnd Ccmnnellor nt taw,
60 Fort Street, Honolulu. 817
ir
irn.iniR :.,
Corner of Fort and Queen Streets llonelnln,
Lumber, Palnti, Olli, Nalli, Bait and Building
(mo-I Materials of Trr Vtnd.
ii i :..!. ii. AilM'i'in,
oovnaniiijon Aa? tiaw
W3 No. IB Knahnmann street.
C H. IIAKTOW, Auctioneer.
Palnroom on Qneen Strest, one door from Ksahnmann
W Street. ly
i a. M'iiAi:'i-.it. a. :.,
Importors A Commlselon Morchants
oll lloiiolnln, llawstlwn Islands f I j
O. N. (Ill.tl.lBintst.N, ,11. IK.
SDUOEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PHYSIClN.
Office Corner Fort and Ilerelsnls His, lloiiolnln. 8M
('.. I. AIA.1I.S.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
qiieen!tret.lloiiuliiln.ll. I. foa.ly
i:i. noi-'iciii.Ai'.ciiiK x. ;..
IMPORTERS AHD COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Honolulu, Pshti. 11.1. o'. ly
A. H. JE,KllOltM A Co..
mrontHs Ann dialers in
Oonornl Morobaudlae,
7fl Corner Queen andKaahnmannfltreels, It
II. IIACUI'HIJ) CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AOENTB,
Queen Street. Honolulu. II. I. lTMyl
A.M. 111111.
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
FamllyOrucery and Feed Store,
7 lyl tO Fort Street. Ilornlnln.
IIOLiliKH At CO.,
Ship Chandler! and Commission Merchants,
mportersandpeslersln Oenrral Merchandise, llnenntroet
Hnnntnln. Hawaiian Islands.
BSOly
I.AIKH Ac CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And Importers of and Dealers In Hny, Orsln, and General
Pnslnce. Ilonoliilii. II. I. 7 l ly
.KklliK II. I'A'I'V.
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of SEEDS,
for tho States nf California and New York.OBee at the
Hank uf lllshop A Co.. . Honolulu.. o ly
C. O. IIAI.I. Ac HOS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Dry Ooodt, Taints, Oils and General Merchandise,
820-ly Comer Fort and KlnpSts.
.ioiik 'v. iVA'ii:i(iioim;.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
828 Queen Slrrel. Honolulu. II. I. Jy
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
Agent to tako Acknowledgment to Con
tracts for Lahor.
81S 3 Interior Ofllce, Hon luln. tm
j. n. uiiiiAiiv. iti. ., . i. x.
Dental Rooms on Fort Strest,
Ofllce in llreer's. Dlnck, corner Hotel and Fort streets.
BU ly
Entrance, Hotel Street
clabs srnrcKKUi. w. o. lnwm.
wn. a. Irwin Ac co..
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents
Honolulu, n. i. i
ii. r. i:in.i:it. Ac co.,
DEALERS IN DRY 000DS AND GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
rire-proor3tore.yorlBt..nl)OTeOdd Follow, Hall. t'-ly
ii, A. T. ciarsa, c Joan, IJ.
C. BREWER & CO.,
SHIPPING S COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
"i Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands, Jy
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
8 Nuuanti Street. Honolulu. W
S. M. CARTER,
Agent to tako Acknowledcmenta to Con
tracts for Labor.
Ofllce at P. M. S. Dock, Esplanade, Honolulu, II. I.
linlana
IS ly
Ml
n. e. wiiitnet. Established 1850. j. w. nonERTaoK
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
(Successors to II. II. Whitney)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers,
Publishers, News Dealers, Book-
Binders and Paper Rulers.
19 A 21 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II, I. B36 go
ED. C. ROWE,
Honse and Sign Painter, Papor Hanger, etc.
83, ly Nu 114 Fort Street. Honolulu. 2
WM. JOIIKHON,
Morolaant Tailor.
7a No. i Fort Ht., below Dr. Hiangenwald'a. ly
;. ;. ;oi.imiai.
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
Horse Nhorluir, t'arrlaice Work,
IHm.ialloii nnelilnery. sr.
803 Shop on King Street, next Cattle A Cooke's. ly
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory and Bakery
" r.aoniv,
Practical Confectioner, Psitry Cook and Baker,
818 71 Hotel stteet. between Nuunnu and Fort, a ly
THOMAS TANNATT.
No. 83 Fort Street, opposite E. O. Hall & Son.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Music Boxes
For Sale.
Or carefully repaired In a workmanlike manner. Orders
from the other Islands promptly attended to. ee ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
SPf STEAM KNCll.MKH. HUCJAIl MILL
Sfcakisfi lsollers,CiKlar,,!ron, Brass and fesd Castings
Machinery of Every Description,
Mf Made to Order. "68
Particular attention paid to Ship's BUcksmithiBg
r-J0ll WORKssseutsdonthashnrlsst nollts. ols ly
'I'lIO.tlAN l,AJK,
OUIKT I
No. 40 Fort (street.
will attend lo all orders In lbs
AfX
LOCK. GUN 1 GENERAL REPAIR LIRE.
He will give special attonlWil lo aleaulnf, repatrlm
and rerula tin( hawluK Matblne,, and all other kinds of
Llibt Machinery sud Metal Work of every description.
Hlackaiiilllilns;, etc.
Also, on band and for sale cheap,
A Variety of Sewing Machines
Unnt, rislols. asset, AssansaullleM,
Mackine Oil, Jfeeilei, afte., Ac, Ac
ewlna Machine Tucktrs. Hinders, and all other uirt
and duplicate parts of machines supplied on short notice.
ST Best Machine Twlst.tisi
SM Agtnt in lii Kingdom or
Ths Florence Hewing Machine, from (40 to 110.
White Hcwiiik Muhlnv, from W to ITS.
Home Mliutlle Hewing Machine, fiom f IS to5.
Bar Ineiudlnaalleairaa nos ly
f IIAVCHM'IIIIKB A
FIRST -CLASS HOBSE-SHOER!
Asset suss ssasrest tssvrr Brassess
, ! aajr slaesai la a sasMsasr nmU
sssctea-jr anjr rattroaw.
OWNER8 OF FINE STOCK
WU1 it Well U fif M a Call.
Hf nt f my KMm ft. tHi
Wilt 6MtV (0.
W4, c.
f
Press
FEBRUARY 12, 1881
DR. EMERSON.
ruysiciAir .a.xvx) sstju-oaaorsr
Office at Dr. Hoffmann's, 54 tjueen street. Resilience
Corner Port and Knknl sts. (the old Ktnger premlsei.
818 Ofllce hours-'Moll A. M.. 3 to 4 I'. M. ly
A. W. PEIRCE 8c CO,,
SHIP CHANDLERS It COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Kir.srn ion
H rand's nuns and Bomb Ijinces,
Terry Davis' rain Killer,
gap .t No. so qnen ftteel, Honolulu. ly
HOST. I.KUKRS, C. M. 000H.
Ii i: W K It H Ac c o o k i: ,
Succrssori to I,r.vrEns t Dickso.i,
IMPORTEHS & DEALERS IN LUMBElt.
And nil kinds of llulldlnR Materials,
Fort Street. CH ly Honolulu,
cr.cii. mtoM'.'v.
ATTORNEy AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
NOTAItY 1'Ultt.IO.
And Agent for taklnir Acknowledirineiilsof Instrnmtntafor
the Itland of Osliu.
oSH Ko. 6 Ksahnmann Slreet, Honolnln. II. I. ly
TltCO. II. ItAVICK,
Liti Jaams, duty k Co.J
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
ab AorT ron
t.loyd'iand the I.lrerpoolUnderwtiters,
IlrllUh and I'oretaii Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company, oMJ ly
CANTI.K Ac HATCH,
W. IU CASTLK, Notary I'uhllc. attend all the
Courts of the Kingdom,
rartlcnlar attention paid tu thp neirollatlon oflana,
Conveyauelnir, Collectlnr, etc. - Money to loan on
MnrlKace.
Ofllce: .No. IS Knahnmann street, Honolnln, Hawaiian
Islands. Sft ly
IIV.IIA.K IlItOM.,
Importers of General Merchandise
FROM
FRANGE,ENOLAXD, OERMAXY, AND
UNITED STATES,
Vo. 23 Merchant Street, - Honolnln, II, I,
II'NAN IIROM.,
WHOLESALE GR0CEKS)
210 and 218 California Street,
HAN FItANCIfttlO.
XST" Particular attention paid to Ailing and shipping
Island orders. 803 ly
C3rJL&.ST &, Jelly,
SIANUFACTOnEI) OF
REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
I1Y
Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook
BAKBHT
Pioneer Steam Candy, Factory
Lemon and Tamarind Syrups always on hand
T ct m. a, rinds
Fat up In A. Ko. 1 ReSncd lUngars, highly
recommended for Sea voyages.
American, French, English
and
German Pastries
Mado to Order st short Notice.
Wedding Cakes Ornamented
In the highest Stjlo of Art.
lllch fresh home made Chocolate Creams, Cocoanut and
Cream Caudles.
Tin. 71 Hotel Ntrect bel. Nunnuii null Fort
E30 ly qr
ASTOR HOUSE
DINING AND
LUNCH PARLORS,
Nob. 70 andSIHotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board bytho Day, "Week or Transient
!13IIL.IL.IA.XtIS,
Cigart, Cigarettei and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Served in First-Glass Style
AT ALL 1IOUH8.
HENItYJ.HAllT, 8ri0 ELLI8A.HAKT.
MRS. POOLE'S
I'AltlSIAN AMI AMERICAN
DRESS MAKING ROOMS
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., Up Stairs.
M
R8. I001VE AVOUTjB RESPECT-
runa can the attention or Ladles to her rcry
Superior System of Measuring and Cutting,
hlch csnnot fsll to give the necessary ease and grace
so essential iu oiling eury njrure.
SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN
TO
Mourning, Wedding and
Traveling Suits.
LADIES' BIDING HAI1IT8 A BPECIALTY.
Latest rarlslau and other leading Fashion 1'ubllca.
tlons on hand for customers' reference.
tirOrdcrt from the other Islands will receive prompt
attention. , eat ly qr
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
ALLAV MCStStEHT, aVrassvisiar.
HOTEL BTBBtT, HONOLULU.
Entrances on Hotel, KIchsrds, and Deretanla 8lreeta
rn
CLASS IK IVIIY RKIFCCT.
Prlcss ths same aa Firat-Class Hotel Is baa Francisco.
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NUMBER 24.
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON I GLOBE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Kttabllehcd ISM.
Unlimited Llribllity to Stockholder.
Assets., a, ., ,
Iteeerve...... ,
Inrnm. tnr latTIt
'X
.il.sna.im
e.TSO.WM
l'remlnms rceelrrd after ileilnclinn of re'lh
surance , , , $ 5,332,395
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here,
1 3m ItlftltOI A Co.. ABjenta.
FIREMAN'S FUND
Insurance Com party.
A Leading Home Company.
Assets, Jnnr.TOth i $707,307.17
Additional Cash Capital (now helng called In) 3.V1,(XXUI
Total Aasot JI,117,.T"7.17
rpiIE VI REMAPS" FU'1J 1NSUR-
X ANOK UOMI'ANV hasls Its claims to the best
patronage npon Its sound nnnnclal condition, reinforced
by Its accession nf capital, giving It over a million
dollars In assets) lis eitcnelre system of Agencies, In
suring It a largo premium Income, without the neces
sity of heavy concentration of lines: Us adherence to
the best principles nnd practices of Underwriting; by
open, fair and clearly expressed contracts, and prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment nf legitimate
losses.
For seventeen years It has been favorably known as a
conservative underwriter, and during that time has
paid over
4,000,000 IN LOSSES,
Passing triumphantly through the heaviest conflagra
tions known In modern history,
1I1H1IU1 .'., Asrenls,
13m Honolulu, II, I.
Roston Board nf Underwriters.
A
GICNTS for the llnwslUn IsUnris,
wi u. intKivr.n co.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
AGENTS fur the Hawaiian Islands,
0My C. nitBWKKACO.
V. A. f4?IIAKPKR,
AttENT nfltrrmeii llnartl nf Unrierwrlters,
Aientof Ilre.deii Hoard of Underwriters,
Anent of Vienna Hoard of Underwriters.
Claims against Insurance Companies wllhln the Inrlsdletlnn
o f the above Itoards of Underwriters, will have to Is ert
fled toby the abovsagent to make them valid. TOO ly
iiA.niiitit4jiiiii(i:;ni:;x
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THK UMIsKIMIIUNKft HAVIJHl IIKRN AP.
pointed Agents of the above Company, sre pre
tared to Insure risks against fire nn Ntoiin and Hrlrk
liillillnica, and on .Hi-rchnmllae stored therein, on
inn mosi iaroranio terms, for particulars apply at the
oOlce of
tt ly
P. A. HOIIAKI
FKIt.
;CO.
HAMBURC-MACDEBURC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OK ItAMIIUltn.
BtlFMsINnat. .ns:i(;,lMIKR, rilRTTI.
TlIUEiunl Machinery Insured against Fire on the
most favorable terms.
A. JAKtiKH, Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
8.11 ly
Insurance Notice.
Tut: inukiimim:i a its: imikparkd
to write upon Merchandise, per first-class vessels
between this nud tho Const Torts, covering loss or
damage, if amounting to 111 percent, or more, on the
sound value of tho whole shipment at port of delivery,
upon favorable terms.
I1ISIIOP Co.
Agents of the Firemen's Fund Insurance Company.
Hunolnlu, .rrin. ), 1880. KW Hm
Insurance Notice.
TIIR AGKJIT FOR TUB DKITISIl For
eign Marino In.nrance Company, (Limited), hss re
cslvad In.tructlons to reduce the rates of Insurance
between Honolulu and lVrts In the I'aclflc, and Is now pre
pared to l.aus Policies at the lowest rates, with especial
reduction on freight per steamera.
TIIEO. II. DAVIES,
ly MO Agent Prlt. For. Mar. Ins. Co.. Limited
THAN 8-ATLANTIC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OK 1IAMIH7RU.
Capital : : : Six Millions ReicJismark.
Ri.skn iNNun:n onr iiiiimijn. mer.
. chandlse and Furniture, on liberal terms, br
M2 ly - H. HACKFKI.D A 00.. Agents.
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HAN FllANOISCU.
IVlArlXLO.
1NCOEPOBATED, 1B80
CASTLE & COOKE, ACENT8
819
For the Hawaiian Islands.
NORTH GERMAN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital, Five Millions Reichssiark.
TIIK I'XnERNIUNKI IIAVIXH RRKl
appointed Agents for the above Company, are
now ready to
Issue Policies ssftnlnst Risks orflreon Rnlld-
Iuk. MerehaiHllaei nud I'urnllure
on terms equal tu those of other respectable companies.
Losses paid for nnd adjusted here.
For particulars, apply to
S.1I II. IIAUKFELII A Co., Agents.
Rhenish Westphallan Lloyd
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of M. ULAURACII. Rheulah Frasals).
Aachen and Leipzig Insurance Co.,
Limited,
Or AACHEN. (AIX.I.A.CHAPEI.I.E.)
ALL CXAIMH rUR FAIlTIIJI,Aat AVER
AUK sustained by (Joods arriving here, and Insured
In tne above Companies, havs to be made with the cog.
nlsance of aud certllled to by the undersigned, In order to
be valid. (7M lyl J. O. al.Alli:. Agent.
JiO&TH BRITISH AMD MKRCANTILB
INSURANCE CO..
OF LONDON AMD BDIHBUHOII.
USTABUSIIKD 1109.
capital rrrrr sn,er.
Areisuiulatect and Iiisr.ated Fund, '4,SUS,I1
rSnilK UNDERslOf7sBDIIAVK BEER AP-
J. POINTED AOENTi) for lbs Sandwich Islands, and ars
authorised Inlnanraagsiitst rire upon favorable terras,
Kl.ss takaa In any part of His Island.on f tons and Woodsa
Uulbtlassaud ni.rcbaaill.s .lured thsr.ln. Dwelling Houses
and rnrnllor.. Timber, Coals, Ships In harbor with or wllh
,iut eargixs, or under repair.
sm ly kd. narr8Cin.AKOERco
WILDER &, CO.,
Al.stls r lbs Hawnllsus IsUssds,
or THE
Mutual Life Insurance Go.
NEW TuRU,
Largest, Safest and Meat
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THI W01LDJ
AMts (i860) $o,000.000
JaXAXa OJsVaS3HC.
Now is a Oood Time to Insure
Mob. but firsUCIass tttskilak.s,
Stl.'li.
Niw England Mutual Life Iiswmm Ci.
01 BOSTOSf, MAM
DitittirttRirKB, taaa.
Ikt Oldest Purely Mutual L Insuramc Co. in
ths UniUti SlaUs.
raUslM ISSMi Us sst fsTsrssl Tsrsas.
ExaMSial r NsM-rsMftlHar rtM
mSUttEDAOts. Si TSAR-OKDI!T LUE FLAK
I AaaaalpresalassCMtlaaMrolUy 1 ars Says
t Aesaslp'tsalssa seatlases Policy 4 years I say.
S Asnsal ptsasl.u etatlasta Policy S yaws ST Says
4 Aa.aal .rssslsss coallass. Paatty S ysartts saw
5 Aauaal prsslasstoaltaas Pasicy IS years W 4sfS
raMi
4f.M
CAfri.1 OKI, AJINTt
is pya, tmm ssawahaw W.ah , .
GERMAN LLOYD
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
FOlfTUNA
General lnsuranceCompany of Berlin.
rniir. nor, i.iMiHAMrr. co.tirAjiirJsi
X have establlihetl a (leneral Agency here, and the
nnderslgned, (lentral Agents, are authmtted to laka
Hlaha itsjalnat the Itstnsters or the Rraa nt the
Most llenaonnblo lleilea, nml on the
Moat I'nTornble Term.
815 ly F.A.3CHAKFKKACO.,Oenerl Agents.
Latest Departure.
IRON STONE
Nicklo Mountod in Seta or Singlo
Pieces, ouch ns ,
Ton Tola, ColToo Pots,
Crottm Jiigs, Wntor Jugs,
Slop Jnrs, Sugar Dowla,
Spoon Holders,
Toa out! ColToo Urns,
Sots Toto-n-Toto,
Buttor, Bowls.
-A1.SO-
Plain Granite
m
Iron Stone Ware
The above ware Is put together not simply to iako tho
eys bnt Is well msde In every respect. I
-ALSO
CROCKERY
AND
China Ware!
Plntos, Plnltors,
' . t
Dishca, Ohambors,
. Cups and Saucors,
i
Toilot Sots, plain nntl fnnoy, (
Oheeso Covors, . h
Dinuor and Toa Sots, '
Dosort Sots, &o., &a.
STOVES, RANGES,
METALS,
Agricultural. Implements,
Tlxx W aro.
NOTT & Co.,
Practical Tin, Copper nnd Hheet Iron Workers,
I ty Knahnmann Htroet, Honolulu
WE HAVE aTUST RECEIVED
ExLATK AltlllVALS,
.XEi,x8re XjotsoJTiaicay
OF TIIK NEW CltOI. ALSO,
Whole and Ground Jiarley, Oats, JJran,
and Alfalfa Hay.
Wa carry the largest atock of Hone Feed In this
Kingdom, and we are always prepared to fill all orders
with accustomed promptness, anil
AT LOW RATES FOR CASH.
QVOraln Oronnd to Order.st
Wheat, Com, Cracked Com, Oil Cake, Middlings,
Mixed Feed, etc., always on hand.
1 3m LAINE & CO.
At the Old Corner, Front and Walanulnul Sts,
A. 8. CLECHORN & CO.,
ATJCTIONEEHS, IMVOKTEltS AND
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Groceries, Hardware, t
Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Dry and Fancy Goods, oto.
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Furnishing (Jowls,
Late Importation, In great variety.
Choicsst Brands of Tobaooo aad Gigani.
FULL AND COMPLKTK
A8SORTKENT Or OAMUXD GOODS
Fresh Importation,
Onlers from the country promptly and carefully cie
cnted. l'aitlcular attention rIvuii In the purchasing of foods
on special orders, either In Honolulu or at the Coast, by
our special agents,
l Sm J. H.MABr.. Manager.
For Da by A. W. MICH ABMsN st CW.u
7 im Corner Fort aad Msrchaat sis., Uontilulul
L. 0. UUBSOYICH 4k CO.,
IMFOKT1CKS AMD UKALKKS IN
FHE FHUITS & CAUFOHIItA PMUHGE
-ALSO
INutsv of every kind.
ALWAYS ON HAND.'
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