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SKWDPAl'Krt I'ini.ISllEI) WBKKI.Y simrmrrtox 5'IVK DOLLARS a year, in advance i. ,, rthr unit AriirrHitprf 111 sdrirerl Mr. Thns. rt vrtiiuni llnslnett .Manse r ,. utter ror inc n.turnsy rrets inonin ucaaareetca ho tli HATl KIMV I'HK'S " Falling Leaves. When winter winds nrc wailing, Ami dentil rides im the ljrcc?o, Willi Icy breath nRnnilltiR The stark mid sapl(-M trees, It Driec nt not to so For HI their tlmotoillo Ami with nil imtnru whither '1 lio leaves that ronnd ns lly. Bnt when tho day Is teeming With lifo, find lore mid Iljht, And in our path in beaming llio sun-ray of delight, It middens us to sto O, 'lis a mournful thing, They should untimely perish The l'.itcs Hint fnll in Anting. What llinnah young llfn has pirtrsl l'rom Karth, ero stirinu luiit passed, Or old and weary hearted Ilylflds to winter's blast I Grieve not but humbly bend Submissive to tho rail Nor scorn their Himplo teaching 'llio leaves that round ns fall. The Days that Could not Be. I)ep in tho vnle, nfar from every beholder, In the Mnv morniiipx mv true lovo camo to inc. Silent wo at. her Lea I npoi my shoulder, I'ondly wo dreamt d of days about to bo i Holtly wo talked of d.iyH nljout to bo. Been in tho valo tho rain falls colder and colder. JHfely sho sleem beneath tho kirkyard treo ; Yet still I feel her hand upon my shoulder, HUH, still I dream of days that could not bo, HUH, still I weep for days too sweot to bo. 1JINAII JIUIjOCK UIIAIK. Making a Bed for Mr. Lincoln. Wo wero nt Hnrrison's Landing after Iho rovoii days' fight, nnd, as may bo im agined, foil pretty lndly. Trno, tho linal nnd bloody ropnlso of tho rebels nt .Malvern ilill hnd encored us up somowlmt, lint it waK plain to onlistod tnoa ns woll ns ollicors that tho occupation of iitchrnond would navo to bo dolcrred for a long time. It was during our first wrok's occupa tion of this proliiBtoric spot that I onjoyed tho first and only opportunity I over had of seeing President Lincoln, who visited tho army shortly after its nrrival in order to ascertain its exact condition and decido upon itd futnro movements. AH tho writor ol tins wns tlio orderly ot JIajor-Oonoral Stunner, whoso guest tho I'rosidont wns during his unci stay, ho had moro than ordinarily good advantages for observing his peculiarities, which, it is needless to say, ho improved to tho utmost. What first impressed mo nbout rrosidont Lincoln was tho oxcossivo nwkwardnoss of mil is figuro and tho fact that his clothes didn't scorn to fit him. Tall, gaunt, and ungainly, ho certainly looked liko a rail, splitter going abont in his Sunday suit, or au undertaker temporarily out of business. This lntter rcsomblanco was intensified by the melancholy character of his features nnd tho coat, vest and trousers of fnnornl lulack in which ho was habitually attired. Tho expression of his faco was an odd niiiL'l'i'P of shrowdnoss, sagacity, and na tive kindness ; nnd, dospito the sadness, thoro continually lurked about tlio corners f his mouth gleams of qunint humor of Inch nonu ot his picturos gavo tho slight est indication. Mr. Lincoln woro what was commonly called a plug hat, and nlthoogh it may have only been of conventional length, it appeared to mo oxli-aordinarily tall. Al though it may woll bo doubted if any other species of hat would havo bettor becotno him, I romoiubor thinking nt tho timo that tho stovepipe added greatly to tho oddness nnd grotcsquono ot Ins appearance. Tho troops wero to bo roviowed on tho day of his arrival, and I rotnombor tho General was very much porplexcd as to tho character of the President's mount, and finally consulted him ns to tho kind of chargor ho would prefer. I romomber his ntiswur as plaiuly as if it wero only yos torday. " General, " said ho, "any kind of a qniot boast will do. I don't think I was cut out for a cavalryman, nnd I am ufraid a high-spirited war-stocd might provo a little too much lor mo. In tho General's stud was a little sorrol ronro called Bonnio, tho soul of gontlonofcs and good toinper, and ho nt ouco proposed her for Mr. Lincoln's uso. "All right," said tho Prcsidont; "I gness tho maro will suit mo to a T ; be sides among horses that sex is much tbo easior to niauago. This remark, however," he added with a slight twinkle in his eye, " doos not hold good of humanity." Whon Mr. Liucolu was mounted on Bon nio his appoarauco was moro peculiar than ovor. Tho Httlo maro was not moro tlmn fourteen hands high, and so great was tho length of tho President's legs that ouco fairly settled in his saddle his feot noarly touched tho ground. As ho ruefully ro raarkod, glancing at his extremities, " if I wero only two inches longer, I think I'd get oil' and walk." Mounted by his sido on n splendid stal lion, nrauoinir nnd roaring, and surrouuded bv a brilliant btaff. General Sumner looked liko a voritablo cavalior of old, whilo tho Chief Magistrato of tho Republic, by com tmrisou, had tho appearance of somo quiet !co jntry parson who in ambling to moruing service una lauou among muuury muu uy mistake. llowovor, tho onthusiasm of tho men for tho plain-looking civilian was tromondous, aud tho President was much pleased with the review. Particularly was he delighted with tho spirit of tho troops, which was evidently much belter tuuu uu uau ex pected. As ho rodo baok ho said to the General, gleefully, " Tho boys eom as if thoy woro wlllinrr to tro in again to-morrow," a souti- oiit to wuicu tual omcor assoiucu. After our return to camp tho Pro6idont diued heartily, and toward evening wont away to visit somo oilier gonorais. IV Wild AUUUb u u uuw ,.. . hon Gonoral Sutunor ordered mo to bend is oolorod servant to him. This was a prightly contraband, whom tho men had luristeued Stonewall Jackson, but ou tho rosea t occasion Stonewall bolied the romptuess of his uumesako and was not 'orthoomiug. As it turned out afterward, no bad been ttraoted by the playing of the bauds of omo New fork regiments about a quarter f a mile on our right, and ot course could ot leave whilo there was a horu blowing. I g&r the General was getting anxious, and finally ho spoke : " Davis," he said, " do you know how to make a bed 7" ... I coufawad that my experience in that line was somewhat limited. " So is mine," aaid be, " but something must bo done. I am expotiog the Presi dent every aioraiot, aad be wtira early. Aa that blaok rascal hasn't turned up, I aupjKwe wa must try aad prepare bU bad ourselyM." , , . Tbe GmmmI bad Himteta fee owa Saturday VOLUME I. cot for llio uso of tlio President, and wo at onco proceeded to nrrnngo it ns best wo could. Wo had hn, Jly gotten fairly un der way when in walked .Mr. Lincoln. " Hollo, Sumner," said lie, " making your bed? This is tlio first timo I knew thnt corps commanders acted as thoir own chambermaids." Tho General replied in tho snmo vein, telling him thnt tho cot was for him, and explaining tho circumstnncos under which wo had fell obliged to do tho work of tbo derelict Stonewall. " All right," said tho President, good humorcilly, ns ho took his scat on tho camp-stool in the corner, " go nhcad, don't, mind mo; I'll merely watch you nnd lako tho lesson, so that if you over como to tho Whito J louse I shall bo nblo to reciprocate, should it provo necessary." Wo wero gofting nlong nicely nnd had noarly finished when suddenly an idea boomed to striko tbo General, lio glanced furtively out of tho corner of his eye nt tho Prcsidont and thou nt tho cot. After re penting the operation sovoral times I per ceived his meaning. The awful fnct had dawned upon him that thero was a marked discrepancy in tho length of tho cot nud the person who was to occupy it. In vain did wo roarrango tho blankets and fiddle fuddle- with tho pillows tho re sult remained tho satno. Tho man was unmistnkably longer than the bed. Mr. Lincoln had been watching lis close ly and enjoying tho scone intensely. At length ho seemed to tako pity on tho Gen eral's perplexity and spoke. "What's tho matter r" snid ho, as a qtiizic.il smilo played over his features, " anything wrong with tho bed?" " I ntn afraid," said tho Gonoral, as ho wiped tho perspiration from his brow, " I'm nfrnid it's a littlo short." "Or I am a littlo long," chuckled tho President; " but can you fix it no way ?" "I really don't seo how," returned tho Gonoral, despondently. "It's very au noying." " Well, I'll show you," said Mr. Lincoln, good-humorcdly, as springing up ho seized two camp-stools and placed thorn at tho foot of tho cot. " Thoro, that will give tho necessary six or eight inches. Just sproad tho blankets over them nud overything will bo nil right." Wo did so, nud tho Gonoral, radiant with delight, congratulated Mr. Lincoln upon his ingenuity. " Oh," said tho Prosidont, modestly, " it's an old trick of mine. When I was a country lawyer, traveling on tho circuit in Illinois twenty years ago or moro, tho beds woro uncommonly short aud had to bo pieced out with whatovcr was handiest. When Douglas and I stumped tho Stato together I had to do tho samo thing at least half a dozen timos. IIo (Douglas) was never tired of mnking fun of it, and told mo that whenever I left homo I ought to tako my bed alotig with mo, and," con tinued tho Prcsidont, musingly, " I rather think ho was right." On tho following night Mr. Lincoln was not obliged to uso tho camp-stools, ns wo tnannged to proouro a longer cot for him ; aud doubtless tho wholo nlliiir soon passed out of his momory, but for my own part I shall always rotain tho liveliest recollec tion of my littlo cxperiouco in presidential bed-raaking. An yc-ctncss, in Motion Times. Ex-President Hayes and tho Temperance Question. Tho Minneapolis 2Ybune published an extract from a private letter to its editor from ex-Prcsidont Hayes, in tho course of which ho makes tho following casual ro marks in relation to certain published statements, to which his nttoutiou has been called, impugning tho consistency of his tompornnco principles nud practice. Mr. Hayes sayB: " With roforenco to tho mat ter to which you call ray attention, I havo only this to sny: Whon I bocauio Prosi dont, I was fully couvincod that whatovor might bo tho case in other countrios and with other people, in our climate and with tho cxcitablo, nervous temporameut of onr pooplo, tho habitual uso of intoxicatiug drinks was uot safe. I regarded tho danger of tho habit an ospocially great in political nnd ollicinl lifo. It seemed to mo that to cxcludo liquors from tho Whito Houeo would bo wiso and useful ns au example, and would bo approved uy good peoplo gonorally. Tho suggestion was particularly ngreoabto to Mrs Hayes. Sho had been n total abstaiuor from childhood. Wo had novor used liquors in our own homo, and it was determined to couliuuo our homo custom in this respect in our official ros detieo in Washington, as wo had dono nt Columbus, I was not n total abstainer when I became President, but tho discus sion which arose over tho change at tho Executive Mansion soon satisfied mo that thero was no half-way house in this matter. During tho groator part of my term, nt least during thu last three years, I havo hcou in practico as in theory a consistent total abstiuotico man, and shall coutinuo to bo so. All stntoinents, including tho ouo you send mo, inconsistent with tho forego ing aro untrue aud without foundation." AViut Stanley is Doisq in Afuica. Letters from Ziuzibar of tho 5th of Fob ruary, report that Mr. Stanloy, who is now engaged in placing steamers on tho upper Congo, nud in making a road past (ho lei lala Falls so as to roach tho navigablo part of that rivor, for tho Uelgian Commercial Company, of which tho king is tho largost shareholder, has sent ngeutt. to Zansibar, who havo engaged 72 natives for a term of years to servo on tho Congo. These havo been shipped to Capo Towu in the mail steamer, and on thoir arrival a schooner will he chartered to take thorn to tho Congo. It is understood that tho Belgian llranch of tho lutoruatioual Association will now devote its euergy to furthering the object of tho Commercial Company, aud for this purpose a station will bo opened at Nyau guie, in Manyoma, where the ivory trade that uow finds ita way to Zauiibar, will be turued to the west coast. Canhjf, Walt. Mail. l'AINTS AND OILS. A-ixa-uuv LKaiaia raCKAt-a vr it iW lb. ZlucWMU.Hobbuckl.e4d. Mailed fttol Oil Id balk -nil Is & nlloa draai, . ux XtU a-. Hmf eetor H-gfo,, 4 co H. W. SEVERANCE, Hawnilm. Consul & CommUilon Morclmnt 7 310 California at , Cal., Koom No, I. ly EDWARD PRESTON, Attorney nnd Counsellor nt Law, 00 I'ort Ktri" t, Honclnlo. 1 J. M. OAT & CO., SAILMAKERS, Make'a I ice Proof Mock, Honolulu. II I, 33 Flags of all descriptions made nnd repaired.. 1 J. NOTT & CO.. Importors ami Dcnloi-H In Stoves, Ranges, Metals, House Kurnlliln Goods, f'ruckery, Ulnss and China Ware, 1'rdctlcal .MceUnlc. llonululr, II. 1. 1 iy . DR. N. B. EMERSON, I'liynicivnr and HVitoiiioiv OIllccAtDr HolTmann'n DriiK Htote, SI Merchant Ht. Scsldcnce. corner Knkiil nnd l'ort trect(thculd Krngcr premises) Olllcc hours U to it A. M, S lo-l r. M. a Cm CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY AND GROCERY. 6 Xo. Ill l.lllluiNlrppt. If A. W. RICHARDSON & CO., iMronritns and healehs in Hoots, Shoes, Purnlshlna Ooods, Hats. Caps, Trunks, Valises, I'crfunicrjr and buaps, Wiiltlioui Watches, 1'lnc Jewelry, etc., corner of l'ort and .Merchant bis., Honolulu, II. 1. I ly M. DICKSON, PhotoKTaiihto Artist, 1(M and JOI Fort Street. Pictures of all sizes and kinds made to order, and Frames of all descriptions constantly on hand. Also, Shells, Corals, and curiosities of the 1'aclnc. " ly X W. HOPP, Cnbinot Maker, Upholstoror, Denier in Furnituro, Jfo. b9 King Street, lictwccn Nuuanti and Tori Streets. Mattresses constantly on hand or made to order. m THOS. G. THRUM, Importing find Manufacturliij; Stationer. Now Agent. Book Binder, &o,, Merchant Street, and Dealer In Fine Stationery, Hooks, Music, Toya and Fancy Ooods, 1 Fort Street, near Hotel, Honolulu. ly W. M, WENNF.Il. JOHN 8WENERZ. WENNER & CO., Fort Street, opposite Odd Felloes' Hall, Mnimfncturluu Jewelers, Diamond Setters, Kmjraveri', aud Dealers In Jewelry ot all kinds. Shell and Kukul Jewelry made to order, Orders also re ceived and latlhfully attended to for nil kinds of Huir Work in Jewelry or Memorial Designs. 1 ly FRANK GERTZ, ,ffg BOOT AND SH OE MAKER No. Si Merchant St., next to Thos. O. Thrum. Ileitis null .Shoes Made to Order, of Ilttt Ma terial, mid nt KciiHiiiihlc I'rlvcs. Boots and Shoos mndo for Cash only 'iy M. S. GRINBAUM & CO., Importers nnd Wholosalo Doalorti in Gono ral Merchandise, 2 Makeo's Ulock, tjuccn Street. ly M. S. GRINBAUM & CO., Forwarding nnd Commission Morohants, SI I California St., San Francisco. Special facilities for and partlcslar attention paid to S consignments ot Island produce. ly VOLCANO 33lOTJS3E3 oit,vrF.it or or icii. iii:.. W. II. 17ENTZ, MANAGER. Plenty to cat. a ronsing lire, clean beds, and tho uest attendance on thu Hawaiian Islands. Visitors requiring any unusual display of volcanic action will kindly (.'lvo Manaecr at lenst ten days notice In flue weather, and from eleven to thirteen In foul ftly HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. S?Pft STEAM KNtSlfVES. SUOAK Mir.T.S UmmL Hollers, Coolers, Iron, llrasaad Lead C-istlngs Machinery of Every Description W Made- to Order, -fi Particular attention paid to Ship's Blackimithing trt- JOll WOIUC sxectltedon Iheshartestnotlce. o8l ly T. J. MOSSMAN, Importor and Donlor in Crockery, Plain and I'ecoiated Porcelain, Cut and Pressed Glass, Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandeliers, Lamps, Chimneys, Ktc. , , Fire Proof Store, cor. King and Nuuanu Sts., Honolulu. --Jy ' E, COOK WEBB.1M. D Horaoopatliist, (Lato Chief of Stair Homeopathic Hospital, Ward's Island, N. Y.) Offlco 00 Fort Street, ftpeclal attention to diseases of women and children. Olllce hours Untl 110 a.m. 2 to -1 r. m. 2 ly 0. BXOSLKKX. O, ENOLtSO. G. SEGELKEN & CO., Xo. II Xuuanu Street, Tinsmiths and Plnmbers. Doalors in Stoves, Itanges, Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, keep con stantly on hand n full assortment of Tinware, Oalvan lied Iron and Lead Pipe, India ltuuuer Hose, Ac., &c. Sly . MAX ECKART, Watohmakor, Jeweller, Engraver and Diamond Setter. No. 0 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, All orders faith fully executed. 32 ly HIGGINS St JESSETT, Nos. M and 61 King St., Carriago Builders, Trlm-afcjfc mors, Painters, Vnrnisher M il , All kinds of Hspalrlng attended to, and good work guaranteed at Low Hales. 8 ly A. L. SMITH, 41 mnT TltKET, IMrOHTCIl ANIl DCAl.Ktl IX I M'rlden Quadrnpla Plated Ware, Glassware, King's Combination Spectacles and Kye Glasses, llrackets. Vases, Lnlrl Wire Ware, Fancy boaps, Picture Frames, WostcnholmV Pocket Knives, Scissors, Pis. toln. Powder. Shot and Ammunlllnn, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil. all kinds ot Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions, Sole Agent for tho uni versally acknowledged Light Running Domestlo Sewing'Machino S. M. CARTER, Agent to tako AokuowlodgmouU to Con tractu for Labor. Olllce at 1. M. S. Dock, Ksplauade, Honolulu, II. I, b.11 IS ly J. .11, WIU'IAIIV, .11. ., . .. a Dental Eoomi on Fott Street, Office In Hrewer'a, lllock, corner Hotel and Fort streets. SH ly Knlrance, Hotel btreft ci'.cn. iiuonn. ATTOBNEV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. NOTAItY PUI1LIC. AndJtgsnt fur taking Ackuowte.lguents of Instrumentifo Iks I.IodutOliu. o8tl No. 8 Kashiiniaua Elrest. llenolnlu. H.l. ly xni:o. it. iavii:m, Liti. Jin, Oilin k Co.J IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT AD AKT rOS Lloyd'sand h LloiioolUndrwrlters, llrlllih aad rorclgn Uriu lusuranc CoKipany, an4 Nortbsro AssirsncsConil'sny. o83' ly BISHOP & CO., H3 -A. IsT KX1HS, HONOLULU, I I I HAWAIIAN IKI.ANDs; . . DUAW K.XCIUNaK ON..-.. HIE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, : : : JAM FRANCISCO iD IUMI 101.111 IS Mssr Vork, Boslou, I'urls, Auckland, THE MIENTAI BANK CORPORATION, : : ; LONDON AUD TUIll SS1ICUISII lloiio; Kuiik, HyUney, anil Melbourne, AnJ Irsmstl s Osntrsl UnHa Hullo, ss. ly , x.castlsj, i. . Arasaros oantiii; cooaWK. 8HIPPIM0 AND COMMUNION MERCHANT! iXPOIlTMM AND Oaalera In Csnaral Mrohandl, No. IQKIogairsst, Honolulu, Hswsilau Islands. .... AOKNTH rORM ThsUaloalasarancs Canpaayof Dan frsorlseo. TbsXsw tufUaJ Mutual Ufa lutsrsncs Cersy, Boslou. Tht Orsgoa racks! Unt, ITbsKchalarianUtles, Dr. Jayns A Sou'iCtlsbratsd Ths Hal rUnlallen, Medlciau. WaUlu flaaUtloa. WMlr A WHms's 8ti liABMtM riMUUMB. MACkU. , (ONAIP HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, Corner of l'ort and dursn Strsets Honolulu, Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt and Building (soo.lt Material of every kind. m:..i. ii. ,ti .si'iri, OOTJNBWIiIjOJI. V'X TlATV TO3 No, 18 Kaahnmann street DARTOW & TUCKER, Auctioneers, Sales Itootn, No. 68 (uuen Street. Next d.ior to WiA 0 Irwin A C i' froa ly i'. a. s'ii,i:i'i:it .v .'.. Importors &. Commlnslon Morchnnts ):1 Honolulu, llmilimi Iil.intU (ly o. .s. ju.ti.si irJ.. .ii- .. SUROEON AND IIOMEOrATlllC IHYBlCI,11. Oifleo Corner l'ort and llertlshl f Is. Iknnlnln. 829 II. I. AIA.1I.S. Auctionenr antt Commission Merchant, QiieenSlrret, llenolnltt.il I Inj.ljr i;i. IC4I'I,SC'IBB.,ti:.'I.IE c CO., IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Hotiotutn.Oslni. 11. 1. 018 It JOHN RUSSELL, AVVOZUralY J'X1 IlAW, a 38 Merchant St.. cor, of Fort St. SIP ly F. T. IiENEHAN & CO., Importors nnd Commission Morohants, &T5 Nuuanii Street. Honolulu. ID A. t. Jl.i:iillOK. Ac Co.. IXFORTKS AID DEitlM IS Gonoral 3VIoi-cli.nclisso, CnrnerQueen and Kashunisnutref ts, ir ii. ii.vcuri:i,i Ac co., 0ENE11AL COMMISSION AOENTS, Onsen Street Honolulu, II. I. 81'Mjl A . IV . it I' S IB . GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER. Family U rocery and feed Store, 817 lyl to l'ort Strest.IIornlnln. MRS. A. M. MELLIS, Fnshionahlo DrcNH and Clonk Maker, 10 1 Fort street, Honolulu, II. I. 810 20 ly ioi.i.i:s Ac :o.. Ship Chandlers nnd Commission Merchants. importors anil ltenlera In (lpneralMerctiRiidIsu,Oiieen Street lloiiolnltijlnwidlaii Islands. 830 ly It. 1'. lUll.lUC Ac CO.. DEALERS IN DRY OOODS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Flre-iiroofatore, Fort Slil)me0.lil fellows Hall. Sle-ly i.Aini: v co.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS And Importers of nnd Dealers In lla, Grain, Hiid Genera Produce, llotmliilii, II. 1. sll ly .lour II. I'ATV, NOTARY PUBLIC nnd COMMISSIONER of DEEDS, For tho States of Callfol nlit nnd New Vork.Offlco at the flank uf IIMiop ,t Co., , Honolulu. ofeSH ly .ion; 'v. VA'i'i:itnoi;!i:. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 815 Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. iy JNO. A. HASSINGER, Agont to tako Acknowledgments to Con tractu for Labor. 813 3 Interior Oftlce. Hon lulu. ly ii. v.. .ticiiVi'Yici: Ac iiuo'i'iii;h, GROCERY. FEED STORE and BAKERY, Corner of King and Fort streets, HONOLULU. 8VJty U0BT. LEWKII1, C. X. COOKE I. : W 12 St At CO0KE, Successors to Leweiis & Dickson, IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN LUMBER And all kinds ot Building Materials, Fort Street, B03 ly Honolulu. lH.I.Iisj2HAr Ac CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils, and General filer- chandl.e. .No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu. I8ta ly CLAUS Sl'llECKKLS. wm. a. inwiN. XV31. i . IKWIIsJ Ac CO., Sugar Factors and Commission Agents Honolulu. II. I. 607 i:. O. IIAI.I. A: son, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE Dry Ooods, Taints, Oils and Oeneral Merchandise, 819-ly Cornerforland KlngSti. A. W. PEIRCE & CO,, SHIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS AOENTH )Olt Brand's duns and Bomb Lances, Perry Davis' Pain Killer, S16-,l No. 10 Queen Street, Honolulu. ly it. a. r. CARtia, r. c. jo.iis, Ua. C. BREWER & 'CO.. SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 813 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. ly C. Ai'O.'sl,'. Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise And China Goods, In the Flte-1'roof Store, corner ol Klngapd ymisnu Streets. hlo u. e. Whitney. Established IBM. j, w. noaiiiTsos WHITNEY & ROBERTSON, (Successors lo II. Jl. Whitney) Importlntj ami Manufacturing Stationers, Publishers, News Dealers, Book Binders and Paper Rulers. 13 ,t ill Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. 1. KM 50 CAST1.K Ac HATCH, Attornoys o.t Xjet-vir. W. IU CAST1.K, Nutary lubllc, attend all the Courts of the Kingdom. Particular attention raid to the negotiation of Loans, Conveyancing, Collecting, etc. ) Money to lun on Murtirnite. Dltlci, i No. IS Kaahumanu street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. i6 ly . W. .HACB'Altl.Arsi: Ac CO., JMPOKTEHS AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Roblusou's t'ire-nroof llulldlnx, Qasn8trael, Honolulu, IX, I. aaiMiH ros The QUsrow aud Honolulu Line of Packets. John Hay .t Co's Llrerpool sud Loudon Packets, Tim WalKapii plaiilstliiu, Tli 8rncur i'lanUllun, llllo. llikHlau I'lantatlun, llllo. illrrlscs, Tslt .t W'hi.oii, fiusr Msclilnsry, The. PuuluitSliesp UaiichCotiipnY. 8 IT IIY.H.l.X MHOIs,, Importers of General Merchandise -ritoit- FUANQE, ENGLAND, G HUMAN V, AND UNITED STATES, No. W Merchant Street, Honolulu, H.I, NIYMA 1IKOM., WEOLESALE GROOERS, 21andSia California Street, NAN rKAXVIsCO. fir- Particular attention uald to filling and shipping Island orders. bOr y PIONEER STEAK Candy Manufactory and Balmy X. XXOXIZST, Practical Conftetlontr, Pattry Ccok d Xtksr, 818 Tl Hotel street, between Nunann aad Port, a ly L. G. 8RES0VICH ft CO, IMPOItTEKS AND DEALERS IK FRESH FRUITS I. CALIFORNIA PRODUCE ALSO Nutt of ovory Icind ALWAY8 ON HAND. TxUh Eatrn OyiUn im tkt UmII UCSiyXO X X1C8 ttSAUIB. Press. MAY 14, 1881. ED. C. ROWE, Honso ami SlRn Pninter, Paper Hnnrjor, &c Mi ly Xn 107 King SlrertJlonoluln. 3 w.ii. .nuiNors, Morolinnc TviDLsor. BI7 yo sil I'nrtwt., heloie tlr. SlangenwAlil's. ly I'll O.HAN I.AC'IC, MACHINIST, $f Wst, III Tort NItppI, n p. wir tollt Bllan.1 In alt ne.lasa In I ti a, t, rs. Mill IIIIViiU tunil OlUdSIII Mil LOCK, GUNS GENERAL REPAIR LINE. lie will give np.'cUt nttuutlon fo cleaning, repairing anil regulsting waiving .Maehlnei, ami all other kinds uf Light Machinery anil Jlelal Work of every ilescrlpilon. Illacksmllhlitg, etc. Al'U. on hand and tor sale cheap, A Variety of Sewing Machines Onus, I'lstnls. .Shot, Am mini 1 1 Ion. Machine Oil, Needles, die, die, die. pewlng Machine Inciters, lllnlera, and all other extra nnd duplicate parts of midlines supplied on short notice. JtW Heat Machine Twlsl.tin Salt Agent In IMt Kingdom for The riorence Sewing Machine, from 10 to SO. Whilo Bewlnn Machine, from H to f7S. Homo Shuttle SewlnB Machine, fiom f 14 tJ 33. Ity Incluillnit all estrns tot ly C3rxa.tvv7-, Tolly, MANUKACTUHED OP REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR BV IP. 3E3C O H. IsT, Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook 33AZITI.V Pionoor Stoam Candy, Factory Lemon and Tamarind Byrnps always on hand T ek m a, rinds Tut up In A. Xo. 1 Hcflncd Sniars, highly recommended for Sea voyages, American, French, English and German Pastries Made to Order at short Notice. Wedding Cakos Ornamented In the highest Stylo of Art. Illcli fresh home made Chocolate Creams, Cocoanut and Cream Candles. Xo. 71 Hotel Nlrrot liol. Nllltnlill nml I'ort fU ly qr WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ExLATJ", AIIUIVAI.S, ALarge Lot o DESCay OF THE J,T.W OltOP. ALSO, Whole and Ground Jiurley, Oats, Bran, and Alfalfa Hay. Wo carry the largest stock of Horse Feed in this Kingdom, and we are always prepared to fill all orders with accustomed promptness, and AT LOW HATES FOR CASH. fWGraln Ground to Order.jSEJ Wheat, Corn, Cracked Corn, Oil Cnke, Middlings, Mixed Feed, etc., always on hand. 113m LAINE & CO. HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY, R. LOVE II BROTHER, Proprietors, NUUAXU SHEET. Flint, Medium and Navy llrcnd always on hand and made to order Also, Water, Soda and llutter Crack ers, Jenny Llnd Cakes, Ac. Ship llrcad re-baked on tho shortest notice. Family Dread, made of tho Best Flour, baked dally and always on hauu. N. II. Itronrii Ilrenil nr tlio Best Qnnllty . sjiy, ;. ;. coi.miArv. BLAG KSMITH AND MACHINIST Homo MiiipIiik:, 'nrrlneo IVnrk, I'IiiiiIiiIIoii Miielilnory, Ac. B09 Shop on King Street, next Castlo & Cooke's. ly CEO. C. STRATEMEYER, PRACTICAL SIUN AM) SHOW PAINTEK, No. 88 Hotel St.. opposite Family Market. 847 Hi ly H. M. MOORE, (Formerly in the employ of Castlo & Cooke,) Practical Job Printer, NO. 104 TORT STREET, (0cr Jlcllis' Store.) 80 813 All orders faithfully attended to. ly THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Established 1830. Unlimited Liability to Stockholder. ssels S31.S3A.1 Assets !3l,S3A,100 Iteserve i 0,7W,W0 Income for 18?Ji Premiums received after deduction of re'ln auranco .$ 6,35,203 Losses promptly adjusted and paid hero. 18m IIINIItll Co., Aeeilta. FIREMAN'S FUND Insurance Company. A Leading Home Company. Assets, Juno 30th , 8707,307.17 Additional Cash Capital (now behif called In) 3M),Oul.0O Total Asset $1,117,307.17 rpino lMIKMAl?SrUXl IKSUlt- X ANOF. COMPANY bails its claims to Iho best Iiatrnnage upon Its sound financial condition, reinforced .v It HAalrt.. n. ...... lt.,1 .1.1. I. .... . llll... dollars In assets; its eatenslve system of Agencies, In suring It a Urge premium Income, without the neces. suy ot ueavy ciiuceniraiiou or lines : us auncrenco o the best principles and practices of Undemrltinei by open, fair nnd clearly expressed contracts, and prompt and equitable adjustment and payment of Icjltlinato Ioses, For seventeen years It has been favorably known as a cnn.matlve underwriter, and during that time hat paid over 11,000,000 IU LOSSES, Tatilng triumphantly through tho heaviest conflarjra. tlona Known iu modern history, lilkWOf A Co.. AkouI. 13m Honolulu, 11. 1. NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE CO., Or LONDON AND KDI.MJUHOII. KSTAIJUHIIKD 1809. CAPITAL ,777.. .... ... l,0ir,3IS Accumulated aud liiToted Fund. il,3S,Iia fBlllE U.MDEBSIONEU IIAVK HKES AP- M. I'OINTKO AOUNTi for Hi. Ssn.lwkh I.Uudi.sod are autborlied to laiura tgslnit Flra upon fsversblt tirms. ltlitl taken In suy psrt uf ths Iilandtoo t tons sad IVoodsn Bull. Hogs n4 nisrckanillis stored thtrsln, Dwslllog Houses sad furniture, Tliul.r, Cosls, Ships In tisibor with r with out tariross, or undsr repair. 0 ly KD. liairgCHUKQIIHCO TUB New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. or BOSTON, MAIS iMuaHPMiiA'reit. !. 7 ha Oldott Purely Mutual Lifn Inturanct Co, in th't United States. 7olliUi iMUsd oa U Mt fs.Tors.bU Ttrau. Eiawtlt fjrifM.rrfrltHr Pl IMSURBD AO. Si VIUHS-OllD!NAKr UtK Vlk I Annual prtmiou coallauss Policy 3 sears days 9 Annual (rsruluni coDlloass I'olky 4 ysars 1 days S Aputal premium onilnass Putlc, 6 years 21 dais 4 Annual premium cooIIhsss Policy I ytsrslt days t Aauusl sjrtBiliimsoBtlauM IMIcy 19 1 st 14 days i 9xa.sVoo.ooo i raM tkrli HalHla AftMir, CAtTLI COOKI, AJINTt it WM VMS WAWAUAsT IbAl(M. y NUMBER 37. Hnslon nn.inl or Uiiilrrwrltrrs. 4 Of-..TS Tor I lie. Iln.rnlliiii Islnnila, J JIM C nilKWKllACO. Pii.i.iilclptii.i Hoard of llnilcnrrilcrsi 4 (IKVTS ror (lie llnrrnllnii Islnnila, ' 2-iy p. iiRiiwr.n co. i a. ;iiAr.i"i;ie. A HUNT ofllremrn llnorit nftfiiilerirrKers, J.V Asent of Dre.den llusnlef Un'lerwrltcrs, Aaent ol Vienna Hoard Af UnJtrwrlters. Clalmi ae;atnt Innranee Companies within the jurisdiction of the abote Hoards of Underwriters, will hare lo tt eft fled toby the sbo- stent .ornate them valid. fU ly Insuniiico Notico. rimr. aohnt piiii tiik huitibii pnr. B tlltn Marine In. ursnee Company, (I.lmlted), list re relrrd Initrnctloes lo r-iluce the rntes of Imursnce between Honelulu and I'lirtn in the Psctfle, and Is now pre pired to Usno I'ollcle. at the losreit rstes, with a special reduction on freight per steamers. Tltro. II. PA VIE, 1v J10 Aaenlllflt. For. Mar. Ins. Co Limited TIlA.li S-,VTI.A.TIO FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, III' IIAMIIIIIIO. Capital of the Company A !tescrvc..ltelchsrnarkC,0OO.COn " their lle-Icsurancc Companies " 10I,CJO,(XJ Total Itelcltsmark 1C7,CVJ,0CO NORTH GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF IfAMItUIHl. Capital of the Company A Ileservc. .nclchsmnrkSATO.OOO '' their Ite-Insurance Companies " 3S,ain,000 Total Itclchsmark 13,830,000 e.rinvKi7.i:itiNJ'iii: i.i.oyd RUCK VERSICHERUNGS GESELLSCHAFT OP WINTERTHUR. Capital of the Company francs 8,000,000 mm.. i!.viF,iiHMiM:i.ir.Ni:it,i, .iii:xTf m of tho nhnve thrco companies for Iho llaualian Islands, nrc prepared to Insure Ilulldlnfrs, Furniture, Jlerchnndlsennd l'rodnce, Machinery, Ac, nlso Sugar and Illcc Mills, nud vessels In the harbor, against loss or damage by fire, on tho most farnrable terms, 8.11 ly II. HAOKF1.I.I) A CO. IIA?lllllltJIIIIKIMll.i's; FIRE INSURANCE COMFANY. rs.ni'. ii.sciir.itNiiJM-.n iiavimj nt:r,x ai. M. pointed Ac.'nts of the above Company, nro pre fared to Insure risks ntralnst firo on Nlmm and llrlrk IiiIIiIIiilts. nnd on Mcrcli"lullxo stored therein, on tho moit favornolo terms. For particulars apply nt tho olllf e of 831 ly 1'. A. SOU AKFJ.lt A CO. HAMBURC-MACDEBURC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, op iiAMfiuiia. Bun.niMis. .Mi:ittjiiAMti.sn, iiiiim. Tllltr. mirt Maclilnery Insured URitnst Flrnon the most favorable terms. A. J A !:!: t. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. 8dl ly UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO. tMCo.rl.2io. INOOnP ORATED, 1805 CASTLE & COOKE, ACENTS 818 For the llmr-illnli Islnmls. I Insurance Notice. Tim i'mi:iism;ki aiii: iiii:iAnEi to write upon Merchandise, per first-class vessels between this nnd tho Coast Forts, covering loss or damage, if amounting to 10 per cent, or more, nn tho sound value of the whole shipment at port of delivery, upon favorable terms. msnop A Co. Agents of tho Firemen's Fund Insurance Company. Honolulu,. Ian. SO, l&w). 818 3m Rhonlsh Wostphallnn Lloyd INSURANCE COMPANY, or M. UI.AIII1ACII. Itlioulsb Frnuln. Aachen and Leipzig Insurance Co., Limited, or AAGIICX. (AIX.I,A.CII.vrEI.I,E.) A I.I. Cl.AIMN llllt FAHTISJIII.AU AVKIl AUK su.tslned by Oooila arriving here, and Insured In tne above Companies, have to be made with the cog nlzauee of and certified to by tho undersigned, In order to e valid. (Sl.'ly) J. O. Ut, 1)15, Agent. GERMAN LLOYD Marine Insurance Company of Berlin. 1' o TITU N A General lnsuranceCompany of Berlin. THE AnOVE INMIUAJirE COJIFAXIFJ havo established n General ARcncy hero, and the undersigned, Ucneral Agents, are authotlicd to take ltlsks ni;nliist Iho IlmiKen r the 8o" nt the Jlost Iteasoiiiibl Ilntes, mill uu the llou Fnvornblc Terms. 815 ly V. A. SCIIAKFElUt CO.. Oeneral Agents. WILDER & CO., Atrruls for llie Ilnsvallttu Islnuils, OF THE Mutual Lifo Insurance Co. OF NEW YOHK. Largost, Safest and Most ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO. IN THE WORLD! Assets ...(i880)...$9OfOOO,OOO jO.XjXj OABXZ. Now is a Good Time to Insure None but Fint-Claia Hliks laken, 8f.-sik ASTOR HOUSE DINING AND LUNCH PARLORS, No. 70 uud iSMIotcl Street. HARTIBROTHERS, Propriotors. Board by tho Duy , Week or Transient Cigran, Cigarette aud Tobacco, Soda Water and other Iced Drink Meals Served in First-Class Style ATA(.LMOVBa. HENBYJ.HAnT, MOD EMilS A. HART. The Germania Market HAN BEEN THMHsrUHLY KKNWVATEB, and Is now constantly in receipt or the bstt ol BEEF, MUTTOX, VEAL ANIl LAX1, From Choicest Herd. Pork Hantsces, llolojou. Head Cheese, German Sausazes, Ac, always band, ss alto ths but of I'oultry and Flan.' Ovr Meats are al! cat and pot np In Eastern style. All orders faithfully attended lo, and dtf ered la any part ITfai y' UAUIT rX'HHADKK. Froprlstots. "Va. o u it m Pumpw, rntiK naKMMHiiK have stmt . "i. OHIVKDperAiurTsrntr. frow Boston, a foM as; soflsstat of tbsa mishitted Pumps, wolettars fsaiM twdto bsebsstr and Uttsr than say ether suit ol pump Imported. WsoalllssttnUos olta barlls oiarly to lbs Vaeonm Pear, wkleh I lt catnpMasUiiJ MdoraavvleW UMU4fiiafs. MTIM UU OMSWISaOO, H. HACKFELD&CO. OFFER FOR SALE INVOICES OF NEW GOODS JUST 1SECEIVED rP.lt "ATALANTA," FKOM URF.MES, (To be followed by tho "Kale" anr 'lolanl,") And por Stoamor, via Panamas INVOI0E3 OP The , Following; Ooods Aro now In onr pomession ! DAUK BLUE DENIJIS : New Prints, Stnr Pmls, tie.. Ilrown Cottons, I lorrock's White Cottons.A A B Tnrkoy Hcd Cotton, Tickinos, llluo Cotton Drill, Illne nntlPiincy FLANNEL, Lnstincs, ItnllAti Cloth, Kenm, Fnncy Wltlto nntl Ulnck DUES3 OOODS, Jncqtinnl. ilolmlr, .Mouaselino, JiironetM, Ac, UnrcRe, Cnrtnins, TJtmbreqnlnfl, Tnblo Covers, Ac Ac. Ac. Ac. TAILORS' GOODS: Uuckskins, Doeskins. Co.itinRfl,DInRonalii, I'rinteil .Moleskiim, Brown Cords, Whito Linen Drills, Ac. An Assortment of Shirts, Woolen, Plnnnol nntl Cotton Mixed, Merino nnd Cotton Undershirts, Wool Jackets, Shawls, Ulnnkets, Towols, Ao. HOSIERY: Socks nnd Stockings, Balbrljjsftn, Children's Ao. Silk Ilandkerchtcfs, Poniards, T. It nnd Pnncy Cotton Handkerchief, Neckties, Wool nnd Silk lirnids, Itlblfons, Thrcnd, lluttons, Ac. India Rubbor Coats and Overalls ' Inncy nnd Toilet Articles s Plorida Wntor, Ootinino Knu do ColoBnc, l'hllocotuo, Combs, Tooth Brushes, Lnbin's Extract!, leather DusterH, Harmonicas, A iolin Strlnfis, 1'lavinB Cards. Looking Glnssos, Vienna Chain. STATIONERY: Manila llopo all hIzps, Spnnynrn,; Flax nnd llenip 1'nckiiiR, Sugar ? Goal Woolpnck, Burlaps. Sail Twlno, India llubbcr Packing, SADDLES Sydney and English. Powder, Lead nnd Zinc Paint, HARDWARE : Fenco Wire, 1, f., G; IIoop Iron, Blvetfl, Qnlvanizcd Iron Pines y( to inch. Yellow Metnl 10 to IM oz., Nniis, Steel Ilailg, Perforated BraeH, Buckets, Cutlery, Scissors, Butcher nnd Pocket Knives, ltnzors, Sheep Shears, Saw Piles, Ac. CKOCKEKV In Assorted C'rnics. Also, , Dinner, BrenkfnBt nnd Tea Seta, Bowls, Kico Dishes, Cups, Flower Pots. GROCERIES: Sardines. Vinegar, Durct's Olivo Oil, Gortnan Sansngo, Ultra Wash Blue, Blue Mottled Soap, Table Salt, Stenrlno Candles, 17. Ac. LIQUORS : Bontellau Brandy, Gin, Bum, Alcohol, St. Pnul's Ale, Mailer's Lngor Bier, Champagne. ' Ch. Farm untl Hidsicck Dry Monopole, Ac, ' Empty Demijohns, Market Baskets, MoIubkcs nnd Tallow Barrels. , CEMENT : Stockholm Tnr, Fire Clay, Fire Briclu, Bed Bricks, Tiles, Slates, Boats, Blacksmith's Coal, Stenm Coal, Ac. ALSO-G STEAM CLAK1F1ERS, AND Pianos from L. Neufeld, Berlin FOIl SALE BY II. HACKFEI.D CO. 8iT 1 WILDER tt CO. Importers and Dealers in LUMBER AHD BUILDING MATERIALS ! Or ALI. KINDS. JUST RECEIVED -EX- LATE ARRIVALS! SEVKnAL LARGEAND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES I coMrnisiNO ALL 2JIE USUAL S100K SIZES IN SCANTLING. TIMBER, FLAHI, BOASDI, FENCI1Q AHD PICKET! ALSO. OPT H AND A Moit Complete Bteek of DRY REDWOOD! Scantling j Plank, surfaced and rough, , Hoard, surfaced and rough j Battem, 1'ickoU, Ituitlc, Lattice, Ulapboard, AUD, IU HOCK, k FINE ASSODTMT OF WALL PAPER I.ATKMT DTYUS. V MAILI, L00K1, sum. moil, ?l, 10LTI. HOBXWI. Wi rf Paint andWhitwah BrualYsM. WHITE UCA, wain uxo. aiht mvu NR1LU0 AND OTUI PAUVTI! Class, alt, Flrsws4, DOORS SASH BLINDS A IX Blank Books, IdRcrs, Journals, Day BookH, Cony nnd Iteceipt Books, Gold Ix-af. WltAl'l'lNO I'Al'EK, Snnerior l'rintinc Pnner. two sizes. 1 m ii Of tern and aalKernla Mk. I'M HUE IN tniTITUtf Tt If IT J ANB AT w f l.- t