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Saturday Press. T" VOLUiMli III, NUMBER 3. HONOLULU, I-J, r., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1882. WHOLE NUMBIiR .07. -- rv. r- w . rs w. i-- t fA f 'fv i! J SATURDAY PRESS. A Newspaper Published Weekly, lUnirMIMIITioM $5.00 I UIR, II IDMWt toftlgn subscriptions $ so to Ij.yi, Kcnnling lo Ihrir ilestinaiion. Siitiscilbtri ami AiWrrtliera will pleaie address THUS, (). TIIKUM, I'lilill.lirr an.l Proprietor. IX. C. PAKR It (he only authorlinl agent for the "PHHSS In San t'rancl.eo. Publication office la at Kaahtimanii ilreet Rl llotlal mania at Merchant atreet. REMINISCENCES OF HONOLULU. XXXVII. Hy tlic'niMillc of Jul)') 1853, llie Mn.i1l-Mix epidemic In Honolulu nml tlitoulimit the Is l.niil of O.iIiii, I1.11I ulUlncsl audi illiurnsions 1 Id seriously alarm ctcrylimiy. In view of the niiniml sltlt of tlic wli.illiii: fleet, ulilcli una room ejected, business nirn nml incicli.inti were solicitous thai more sti!ii;cnt measures nliould lie mluptctl 1 llie nuthorlltcs to cutlnll llin aprc.iil of the disease, otherwise It was tlioupjit that the whalers would lie utilised to i;ivc llnnoliilu (lie go-by, nntt so our merchant would I oic their annual harvest. Dr. Jmld, who was al the head if the (jovcrnmciit, was, In the lew of the i;nimhlera, Ihc one to lc lilnmcd fnr carelessly allowing the epidemic Into the country nml for laxity In not preventing iti spread. The community was thoroughly can vassed by Ihcsc growlers, anil among them were several pcrvm.il enemies of Dr. Jmlil, of lone standing. At length, on the iStli of July, n public meeting of the citizens was called to discuss and suggest measures to limit Ihc range or to eradicate the tlieaac. The call was ex tensUcly signed, the name of Dr. Judil himself appearing In the lUt. The meeting, which was largely attended, took place In the court home, and waa pre sided 'over lay Dr. Wesley Ncwcomb. A committee of twelve waa apiMiinlcd, of which alt the physicians in town were ex-ofilcio mem bers, to report at an atljoiirnciljnecling on the subject matter for winch the meeting waa called. The names of those composing thla committee It will pcrhapa be interesting to recall) Messrs. H. V. Thompson, D. 1'. I'cnhallow, K. Coady, Thomas Spencer, J, K. Mitchell, S. N. Castle, C. R. Wallop, V. L. I.cc, W. C. I'arke, L". O. Hall, C. C. Harris, A. II. Uatca, Doctora HolTinan, Hillcbrand, Ncucninhand Ford. The adjourned meeting was held on the 19th, when the report of (lie committee was read and adopted. In substance, it recommended a number of measures for the consideration and adoption of the-commissioners of health, in chiding the establishment of hospitals, a vaccine establishment, the division of the city into clis tricta, the burial of the dead, the destruction of straw houses, dogs, etc. Dr. Lathrop, who" was peculiarly Inimical to Dr. Jmld, it was believed, for some private reason, offered a series of pointed and pungent resolutions, arraigning the governmental policy of the Ministcrsof Finance and Public Instruc tion (Judd and Armstrong); but Iwfore any motion or discussion could be had, owing to the excitement that resulted, the meeting ad journed sine die. The following day, Wednesday, a poster was issued, with the heading in large letters, " The Time Has Come," and Inviting "all citizens of Honolulu favorable to the dismissal from office of G, P. Judd rind Richard Armstrong, Min isters of Finance and Public Instruction, to meet at the Court House, in Honolulu, to night, at 72 o'clock, to discuss the resolutions offered last night by Dr. Geo. A. Lathrop." This meeting was also presided over by Dr. Newcomhj D. I'. I'cnhallow and John Meek lieing vice-presidents, and Wm. Ladd and C. H. Lewcrs, secretaries. Speeches, more or less violent against the ministers named, were made by Dr. Lathrop, Messrs. Illair, McDuflce, J. Molt Smith, Dr. Ncwcomb, and others, when Ihc resolutions were carried and a petition to the King adopted, asking for the dismissal from office of the ministers. A committee of thirteen was appointed to receive signatures to the petition, and the meeting adjourned to a future call. Meantime, up to the 3 2d of July, the total number of small-pox cases reported was 2,343; total deaths reported, 808. The time chosen by the political agitators to endeavor to secure the removal of Messrs. Judd and Armstrong from office was, In one sense, out of season, ' .when 'the united energies of all should have been exerted to stay the ravages of disease; but on the other hand, it was shrewdly managed, an as to lake advantage of men fear and ex citement, by charging ojie minister as re sponsible for the Introduction of smallpox and the other for the evident failure of vaccination lo stay or prevent the spread of the disease, Such were, in effect, the charges brought against Messrs Judd and Armstrong by Messrs. Lathrop, Newcomb, Blair and others. That they were groundless in fact, no unprejudiced person at that time ever doubted, and It was made so to appear very plainly at a public meeting of natives, held at Kawalahao Church, July 3Jth. John li presided, and J. Kekaula hao acted as secretary. The spacious house was well filled. Marshal I'arke, Qov, Kekuanaoa and Docon, Judd, Hoffmann, Hardy, Wood and Ford were called upon and answered va rious questions that were put to them, as to the introduction of the disease here, vaccina tion, etc. The meeting adopted a series of resolutions, approving of those passed at the first meeting of foreigners, on the 19th, and disapproving and condemning the "proceedings and sentiments of Messrs. Lathrop, Newcomb and Others, A petition w as adopted and signed by some 1000 names, praying the King to dis regard 'the 'memorial of the foreigners for the removal of Messrs. Judd nml Armstrong from office. Up to August 12th, .he number of new cases of small-pox reported for the Island of Oahu during the week was 36 jj the number of deaths in the same time was ?$. Total cases, 3,546; total deaths, 1,276. The petitions against and for the two mirria ters were dulx handed to the King, and by him laid before the privy council. To the first. User were 11,500 nallvc and 258 foreign aig- . iMMNtl to that in favor of the ministers, there wm about 3,000 signatures, mostly natives. The ystlUoru were referred in council to a com miHTT. cntailnlng of Mr. Kekuanaoa, L. An Ofcws, lortM II, lona l'iikoi, L. Kamcluunch. I, quote the pertinent portion of Ik report of this cotttattUtec, WfcaCR WM adopted In privy council, Aug. 17, a faMoavt 1 "An examination into the subject matttf of the petitions awairut G. P. Judd avnal Richard Awvatroag, shows the first eonipUtnt to be, that 'their taeftciency mil iidinlilurT been artAtUyconceatWd front Vow Uatjaatty.' With respect lo one of than (Dr. Judd), IfMMaat and searching iavcatwa tints ,iaa fonaw years have signally tailed to - aaaav ftitlh tiamttllaalaCV ChT aMLLilgtJa nji aquLI ajrgggjprj, fPsrV BMaaSBBaBB sbbbbbbbjbbbbbbbisbbbtwsbbf 'sr bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw fssast asrawaiBBaaaai Jrsaavh; (aaal fof pWaiahaUaVrUj and laa taatywl W Mhrf'thMk,aBBi the ntktH high ottew of Vniir Mnjealy's governmciil, such la Your Majesty's well known fimillaiity with even the details of all business of any (mxirtance which may be transacted, that Your Majesty will at once crccivc the Heedlessness of our further rcjuarklng tiin thla oint. The remaining charges against them are briefly comprised In the wimls, 'selfish, cupidity, M)lilical luiliccillly and malfeasance In office,' which, it la asserted, nre well known and grievously fell by your people. These charges arc vague, general, and neither Mibsantlak-d by proof nor explained by SK.-cific nllrgalions, and might ns well have been made against any other officers of Your Majesty's governmciil, As to the Imiendothal, to Ihc criminal parsimony and ncglcil of Ihc two ministers are owing the feaiful ravages of the pestilence now abroad In the land, Ihc com inlllcc deem It entirely unworthy of Your Ma- Jcsty'a notice. Your Mnjealy's committee nre, therefore, unable In discover in the petitions presented to them any good and sufficient reason why Your Majesty should grnnt the prater of Ihc ietitlou." Hut still the agltntion went on, nnd the ilis- ciissions waxed i7anii between Ihc two news papers then printed in Honouluhi, Ihc Aignt, Ihc organ of the nnlbjudd parly, and the 1'oly nn in n, thai of the government, Drs. I.athnm and Newcomb and Mr. Illair, a- lawver, were extremely active In stirring up the opxsilion, and ihc charge was reiterated, that Ihc two ministers were Id be blamed for the Introduc tion of small-pox. The majority of Ihc for eigners, with whom Ihc wish was father lo the thought, and the Ignorant natives were actually led to believe the truth of Ihc charge. The result of Ihc pressure brought lo bear upon King Kauikcouli was, that, early in Septem ber, the ministers resigned, and on Ihc 6th, the following Cabinet was gazetted : John Young, Minister of the Interior; K. C. Wyllle, Min ister of Foreign Relations; Ellsha II. Allen, Minister of Finance; Richard Armstrong, Minister of Public Instruction. The only change was, pulling Mr. Allen in the place of Mr. Judd, Mr. Allen had, only .1 month be fore, been succeeded in the osltlon of U. S. Consul at llus Hrt by Mr. II. A. Angell. It was generally understood that Mr. Allen was Judge Lee's choice for Minister of Finance. 11. 1.. s. CORRESPONDENCE. FALSE FLATIEKEKS. Kditok Press; When Henry the Eighth ascended the throne of England, there was nothing to indicate that he would end his days as a blood-stained tyrant. In fact, the manner in which he spent his early life, and also the first year of his married life with the beautiful Spanish Princess, Kathcrinc of Aragon, went to show that he was originally a man, and after' ward a King, of well meant actions. Hut false fiattcrcrs were at hand, venal and corrupt courtiers whispered dcvclish thoughts into his car. The lnxly of a newly beheaded queen was scarcely cold when Henry's servile parlia ment would petition him to marry again, knowing the foremost sentiment which pre vailed in the mind of their remorseless sovcr cign, and having itlfith emit of their man to strve. The depraved aristocracy of those days catered for smiles and recognition from the murderous offspring of the royal Tudor race. So much for royalty I It is not my intention to try and supplant Macaulay, or any other his torian of England, but merely to point out to the people of tRis country, native as well as for eign, that the thin end of the wedge of oppres sion is being inserted. Kalakaua's advisers arc unreliable sonic unprincipled, and others stu pidly ignorant; collectively, they manage to keep their sovereign's eyes dauled as to pub lic opinion, otherwise he would instantly dis miss them. The I lawaiian palace aristocracy of to-day may truthfully be termed false flat terers. Englishman. LATE FOREIGN NEWS. The Russian proverb, " Near Ihc ciar close to death," had a singular fulfillment recently in the park at Peterholf. Alexander beckoned to him a laborer on some improvements, and as the man ran toward the czar he was shot dead by the sentry. Orders had been issued lo fire at any one approaching the czar without leave and the soldier who shot had not seen (he czar's signal. It costs a good many lives, one way and another, to preserve a despot's. A quiet revolution is near the point of crisis in Norway, which is not unlikely to add one to the list of European republics. There Is a fed eral impression that Norway is in some way a dependency of Sweden, but although the two countries are habitually grouped together their bond of union is simply the possession of the same dynastic head, and Norway is a wholly uuc.ci,ui-m KiuKMinii, wuii 11s own lurunieni, ministry, laws and institutions. Oscar II, the grandson of Uernadotte, is a very cultivated gentleman, wnu uvea in aiocunoun wnen He is not travclinir over the continent, and Is not over popular even in Sweden, where the liberal sentiment is growing very strong, while his uiiu&iiiuii ianA reactionary as 11 ne nan a royal ancestry long, instead of being only two gen erations removed from the people. The Nor- wskw,,,i wn" " nave 111s company a lew weeks in the year, cordially dislike him; and the independent spirit which hasalwajs marked them since they rose against Denmark is fed by resentment at his attempts to act like a real king, instead of the mere figure-head they re gard him. The present tiuarrcl arose from the parliament's passage of a law requiring the miviivc v. ,.c i.iiiiiaiijr at 113 aiiiints. t lUCC limes this law was passed over the Uni-'s veto. and the constitution provides that a jaw so passed shall be operative, notwithstanding the king's disapproval, but Oscar II., declaring that a change of the fundamental law. such as this measure Is, does not come within the scope of this constitutional provision, repeats his veto. Parliament defies the king and commands obedience to the law, and unless the king re cedes, the chances are good for a revolution. rrolessor lioyesen, who lately returned from a visit to his native land, tells a newspaper man who talked with him in Stockbridge, where he Is summering, that the peasants, are united and "would, if thev; could, set up a republic." The movement is promising, nor does it seem that the levolutlon need be long or bloody. QUOTATIONS FROM AUTHORS. There are moments which people would give a lifetime to recall and use dilferently, XTuUfh. Our principles, In fine, are the best guard iaLs of our in.lresla CUian'iV A merit a B" f0tnrv4. Wheat one feels deeply one U apt lo act sud denly, perns.pi rashly. There are moments In life when mis -nse can be borne on longer-fiat. Steady disappointment, by and by, informs a nun that he is 'in the wrong place. All work, no payi is a hint to work elsewhere. WiVtMv, Nothing is terrible, nothing is sublime in human things, so long as they are before our eye. The great man has so much in common Uh men in general. The routine of daily We, in periods ihc most icnuukabie in hUtory, con tains so much that is unvarying, that it U only wham time has done Its work and all which wtvs iiBlmpottiitt has ceased to be rmmbfatl thtat such mca and such time stand out la their true tagntcsnre. AivtwIrV Mia. (Mug )Jrofcooionul lUnrtio. 11MI.LIAM0, SMITH," AT TOll SHY AT I, A If, SoMrktllANT BtKIKT, MlN(ll!ICj JO I M. DAVIDSON, "" " irnnt,i:r .ir i..tn; No. 14 Merchant Street, Honolulu. ij All" II. CASTblJ, Ainntsr.v ,! 1..1 ir, And NMnty I'ul.liC Annuls all the Count f llie Klhptlimi. 1 COWARD PRESTON, (1 t-ORT SrrtKRr. IloNOtlllll, I .1 rnntxi:v ,tMir..si:i.unt .jr uijr. yysS. CtJMMINOS & MARTIN, Often (0nnK Tour Ann IIuftanis Srs, XIIHIIHOXH AS I) IIO.UIHI'A I'll 111 I'll I'- Miriinta, . 1 NO. A. IIASSINflER, iHrrrtinrt t)rnc, llnNriiciii, Aiir.sr in taki: avk.sohiauhii:- mrntnlti f'tmlrtirl ' iihtr, OMN II, PATY, HllMOl II 1:, OAllti, II, I., .VOf.l III' Vtllll.WASIt fllMMISHItlSr.lt Drnln, I'or llie SiaiFtbf GilifurnU ami New Volt. OITitr at llie lljiik of llisKop ft Co. 1 O M. CARTBR, Honolulu, II I., Aiii'.sr ro taki: .wkshwuhhih- tMerifa In VaHtriirta la Liitwr, Office at Pacific Mail SleatnsMp Duett, KfplaruJe. 1; J M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S. Honolulu, II. I., IIKSTAI. IIOOMS US FOHT HTHKKT. Office' In Hrewer's Block, corner lloul nnd Korr Streets, entrance on Hotel hired r JT IIAGAN, M. D. lloNOLUMI, II I., VIIYHICIAS ASh SVH3IMX. III'I'IVK IIHI fori Htrrrt. Office hours from roto i a, m , nnJ 3 lu 5 i m HesIJeuce 105 Nuuanu Street, 40 TsJ U. EMERSON, M. D. llllNOI. 111(1, II. I,, I'ltVSWlAX ANI SdllOKOX, TrLFrHONlfNuMltKK 119 Office hours from VA In lo! n. m.: llA It, l!i ti nt. umce ana reaiuence numuer a, isukui corner Fort atreet. . . ,.'- '-, - t , ". - .' atrcct. 51 business Exti tlTILLIAM TURNER, 1'HACTWA I. WA TVIIMA HV.Il, i And lm;orler of American Jewelry of every il lioru (Pormerly ol San Francivi, California.) lescrrp' 5" JOHN T. WATERHOUSE, Qukkn Stkhft, IIoNOLUH', II. I., IMI'OHTKIl AXO JtEAl.lHt IX tll'.X- ertll JivrrhitnillHi-t 1 p T. LENEHAN & Co. Nuuanu Stkcrt, Honoiulu,, IMI'OltTJill.t AXO COMMlSStDX .1 .'(- cltUHtS. 19 Hc OLLISTER & Co., WllOLKSALK ANI KKTAIL UHVOIIISTH AXlt TOIIACCOXISr.S. No. 59 Nuuanu atreet. Honolulu, H. I. AIRS. A. M. MEL.MS, No. 104 KohT Strrbt, Honolulu, FASiiivx.iiu.i: intKss axii vi.it a u- Milhrr. o A W. BUSH, No. 50 FllKT SrBET, Honolui u, aitUVKIt AXlt 1'ltOVISlOX IIKAlAUt. Family Grocery and Feed Store. 1 "IX7-M. G. IRWIN & Co. Honolulu, 11. I., HUG A It KIVTUlt.S AXII CUMMIHSIttX I iientn. CLAUS Sf-KECKBLS. WM, C IkWIN. BREWER & Co. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. SHJft'JXa AXlt COM.1US.SIOX MKlt- chant. I. A. P. CARTER. 1 V. C. JONES, Jr. .IL.LINGHAM & Co. '& No. 37 FortStkhict. Honolulu, SMPOHTKKH AXJ HE A LKHS IX HA ttt- intre, VuUrry, Tools, Paint and Oils, and General Merchandise. 1 A W. PIERCE & Co. Honolulu, H. I., SIIEi'CllASDLF.US AXO COMMIHSIOX Jlfrcutult, Agent for.Drand'ft Guns and Bomb Lances and Per ry Davis Pain Killer. 1 T AINE & Co. Hosolulv, (. I. COMMiSSMOX MX ItCI! AX T.S IMVOH term ami Dtatev in Hay, Grain and General Produce. 1 TTYMAN BROTHERS, No. 99 Mekchant Strkst, Honolui u, H. I., IMI'OltTKKS or OEXEUAL MKHCIIAX- tliar from fitirr Enyhtml, Germany and the Uiuted Stale, 1 H YMAN BROTHERS, ai6ANUaiSCALIroaNia SrKKKT.S. K., HIHII.HSAI.i: OltOCKIIS. Particular attention palil lo fillinte anU thii'iiing s- ianu urucra. 1 I" OUIS ADLER, Nuuaaa ij Nuuanu Sthkkt, MAXiriACTiritKIt AXlt ItKAI.KK i.V Miitot, unit HJioe vf trrry ieaeilJi. Ladieak aikl Children. Hear. My aloi.1. ii worlliy of inapccumu -nVt1 cry QWt 5, r WILLIAMS at Co. 10a anu 104 KoT SraettT, I'lltlTOOItA I'll IV .1 UTIST.S. Picluretuf all allca nnd lindt made la urder. and frame, of all descriiHiun confttautl on hand. Alo Corals, hhclU and Curfcit!ei of the I'acific. a A LLBN ROBINSON, IIIINOU'U', It. I., Ittalrrt lit Lumbrr unit all klml of lliillil- ( Jfiiter'ufa, I'altit; OIIm, XiiII; rlc. Agents of achooncrs HalcaJaala, Kulimanu, KekauluoUI. Mary Ellen, UlUma, PauaJiI and Lttbl. At Koliruon'a Wharf. 1 l-s F. WOLFE, Hosouur, II. I., QHOCKKY, I'Kf.lt AXII I'IKtIISlOX Mrnlntiit. Would like head, of familtea, Ituarduiznou Veeinra and others 10 liuw that ha at all timet kII, at in uea loweat of tho low. Order aulioted and ouda JmMiiptly delivered in any turt of th. city or auburU. Nuuilicr , King Strwt. Uctween AUVea and Iron Sit, ji 6m niSHOF Co. Honoulv, II I, BANKERS, Draw Eachaag.onihe BANK OF CALIFORNIA, Saa Francisco, and ihtir aemi in .Vri Xttrk, MuutoH if Auckland, Th ORIBNTAL BANK CORPORATION of and taelr Urancnes l. afAl.Mrf aw wws.ia Sydney and Melbourne, Ami uwaaa geswal BuUag Uumosm. i JuoincDD tlliu-bo. r RWKRS ft COOKE, ()i r r Mson to I.Kw'im S DirKan,) 1 m vtnt 11:111 Axit lii'.Ai.r.ns tx i.vi. I.rninil nil t.lmlt nf lliillillni) Millrrlnln. Fort atreet, Honolulu, II. I. 1 C 0. HALL ft SON, Link Ihkt ANir Kinii Sracr-rs, 1 m roit runs, ir.. 1 1. mis ix iiaiiii. iril rr, ltrl IIiiiiiIm, I'll I llin, Oils anil (ieneral Mmlmn.liw. 1 If W McCllltSN?iYft SoST l)MI RRI IN t.r.A riir.it, mnr.s, iai.i.oii; ax it I'mlilillniihill MrrrhitnlH, Axenia for tlie KnvalSodu Company No. 4 Oueeri street, Honolulu, II. I, u C. COLEMAN, IIonoIULU, II I, m.AVKSMirii, maiiiiixi.si; c.l n- rltltie Hnrll, lliir.f Sliii'rllt'tl, I'lsnlatlon Marlitnery, etc, titst In Citstle Ik CorAala. Slioji on King street, 1 J OHN HOIT, IIONOI 1,111, II, I , iMVDittr.it axii nr.Ai.r.it ix .smvr.s, Itniinm, Mrlttlt, IIiiiiii 1'iirnl.lilnu (loo-Is, Crockery, China an.1 (llissware. Practical Mesliariica 1 J M. OAT & Co. IIONOIULU, II. I , .sAiiMAicmis. n.Aii.s or ai.i. hi:- , nrrliitliinntiiiiilritiiil rrtuilml, I,ofl in A K, Cooke'a new fire proof ouililing, foot of Nuuanu Street a3 p HORN. Hmnoi ui if, If la nosr.Eit sn:.tM o.ixnv .u.txiri'jo- tortf ft ml fiArr Practical Confectioner, IViMry Cok anl llatej, Num!er 71 Hotel street, between Vent and Nuiranu tireet. ,p UNGL.ING & Co., No. 5 Svvahv .Strrrt, TiXHMIVIIS -I.Vi riMMItr.HS, DUAL 1 vn tti Stortmp ftunfftM, Tttt, Sheet lion ami Copper Ware J keep comtantly on lurid a full Avr.ment of Hnware, Oalvanied Iron and Lead Pipe, I nil 1 Kuhbcr Hone, tic , etc 33 T W. GIRVIN. Wailcku, Maim, I! I.( coMMJ.sssox Miiiwii.txr Axn ui:x- friit Itrtilvr hi li if titntitt Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Mrtlianet, l'crfumery and Glasaware. 1 TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co., HONOiUI.U, II, I,, srr.AM i:xuixi:st iioii.r.ns, sva.tn JIMt, 1'notvfHt Irottf JlrttMM And Icad CaMin. t .Machinery of every dewriptjon nude to order. Particular attention paid to MupV If! ickMiiitliing. Job wurk executed on trie .hgrtet no tice. 1 T H. ROGERS, No. 9 Kaaiiumanu Strfkt, Honoicm, H. I., WATCH AN1 CLOCK MAKEIt, JtejHtirhiff a Sju'vlatty. KfctaUifthcd 1851. I C H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.) Nl'mhf.h 11 Nuuanu STfcetvr, TAILOJtiXa OF FVFltY JF fwrfjflioit ttone to ortler. Mcn'i, boy V and out hi worL 1 Lf ROSARIO, Mamufacturkk anii Imioktrb OK LAMES AXJJ GJSXTS JiOOTS, Shoes, Gutters, etv., Price reasonable. Corner Maiinakea-and King streets, Honolulu. 1 PARISIAN RESTAURANT, Ni'MtiFit6. Hotel Stkkkt, MliALS SFJtrJCJ) AT ALL hours of the day, Special term for regular boarders. 'I be oidy tuna ble private room in town for Ladie. Mrs. Leon dejean. Proprietress. spHU KEE, No. 8a Nuuanu Stkkkt, Honolulu,,!!. I., COLO AXJ HiJLVER WOltKFlt, Watvhmah'er ami ltepairer. Quality good an J clicap rrices. In stock a variety of Clocks. Watches and Jewelry, -p H. NORTON & Co., Na 13 Maunakea Stupht, Itorsr Aiuriff, rrmoretl 11 ml all hhtttt u$ Itlttckitmtth Work tlunv lo onlrr. Carriage malinc and rerutrinjir done L) competent uoikmeii Mr. M, .Murray, writ known (or hi sup; rior work, on carruge, will ie fiuntt heir. Tlie let hore-i.hocr in the country worl at this pUce. losntr T70LCAN0 HOUSE, CRATKR fJF KlLAURA. W. if. I.KXTX.MAXAOKIt. Visitors reiiuirinj any unusual diiptay of volcanic ac tion will kindly cive the Manaicer al Ieat(len days no llie in line wcamcr, anu irum eleven tu iiunecii 111 10111. attendance on ihe llauanan ULindi. 5 XfTM.- McCANDLESS. No. 6 Quehn SriiKi.T, (Fish Maukkt.) 1IHAI.KI! I . CHOICEST II KKP;jl irtl'OX I'rul, t'tnli, rlc. Family and Stiipiug Orders carefully altcndr.1 to. Lite itocL rurnivlied to eaM;lsat thoil notne, anj e ctatlea of all linds ,upi,hcd to order, 34 A L. SMITH, lkltt)KTHR ANII DeaLEK IK tihAsswAiti:, m r.uutr.s stt.mt vi.a- Iril H'rii-r, llrarkcln, Viimcii, Kinu's Comttiiution f-lw-ctacles nnd IroeeUues, I ii.rml Wife Ware, Fanc- ait I'icture Franw,, I, lol, Wotlcnltolin'a I'ocket Cutlery, J'owder, Shot and Ammunition, CUrli SmoI Cottirfi, Machine Oil, nil kinds of Machine Needles, "lk'tuCkac" L'ajr FaOiions. bole aent of the unierxilly acknou letlifvtl LUIit-Runnlnir Donieitle Sewinf Machine, No. 44 Fort atreet. Honolulu. r E. WILLIAMS, iMI-orrSK ANU DKUKk IN TVUXITVItK tlh'ErKHV IIKsc.lt I I'TIOS ir.u iiorrrrr mm Mnniiinctnrcr, Furniiure Wareroomt Nu. 109 Fort atreet, Wurk riioii at old Maud on Hotel .Street. All order, LroiniaK S tended to. 41' A W. RICHARDSON & Co. IimiKTkKi AI.U Uui-aHS IN hoots, sitot.s, rviixtsuixti noons, lint; CiifiM, Trunk,, r,if.e, I'erfumery and Soap. Waltlum Watches, Hue lev., do. etc, cur. of Fort and Merchant atreeta, Hon. olulu, II. I. 1 -pH0S. 0. THRUM, IwromisG ssu MaNirACTvaisu STATlOXKIt, XKWS AtlKXT, I'ltlXTKIt, lluukbhiitcr, tic., And HiUidier of the SsTfaUAY I'uu, and Hawaii. an Atmamaf diul Annual, Merchaut street, Deal er in rin butlxicry, Idoukt. Mumc. Tos and Fancy (S00.K Fort atreet, near llotil. Honolulu. jOSEIMi B.WISEMAN. IIONOLULl, II I , UT..II. KSTATt: HUOKKlt.tXIt KMI'LOV. mcnt Itiitcuu. Keina Kooins Cottage. Houses, and sclUaod IcaM. Keal rotate in all pans of the kuidoui, KrupLnicnt found fa thu. wskin work in all th varkniabrancts of busiiwss couuecteil with lheA lilanda. lal ilca luerut dntvu. Hills Cullccied, lloukt and Accounts kci andKemralolTicewoiVtraruacKd, IVlroius aJiciled. Commisioo nmlerale. 34 r W, UACFARLANE k Co. Qia.M Srr, HohoulTTII. I. lui)orteri anil Coinmlulun Mcirkants. MuAlMauu'a c'irr-iirimf Uulldlnu. Agents fW The Glasgow and Honolulu Lin. ol Packet. Jobu Ha Co.. Lhtrtwot Lla. of PackMa Tti. WaJkauu PUntatieo Tlw aStMUCH- PtartlallQB, HUo HaiaUu HUutaslou. HOo WtW TaklTWywo. &iw Machtaar. TM rwilM Smv Mack Cumftuji luciiuoo (iTiirbo. JJ K. MelNTYItn ft IIROTIIRR, Lu Kino I'oitr Ira., Ilonoi 1 1 "', "fw;r axii rt:i:ij sin in:. 1 ir hackprLda Co, l)' H NrPT, IIoskiK 11 , II I, nrxiuiA 1, t tiM.ui.ssmx aiiuxi.s. i - GO. STKATIJMUYRK, lloNOII II . II I , I'ltAVI It'AI, r.HXinil, Itr.ltlllAltlll, lllhlrr, thiilnrr mnl Ltttrrrr, pTV. HOi'1'SCIlL.AHC-RK ft Co. HoNonii, Omii. II I , iMi'intrtuis .1st) tiitiMissmx mi:ii- eliiintii. r P A. SCIIABPKK ft Co, HnNof 1 n , Hawaiian Islanim, IMI'tllll lilts' AXlt rmiMISSltlX Mlill r hit til. 1' w ILDUR ft Co. Vn I'oitT Ari li r-RN 9m., Ilrmoi.i I v. lA'MIII'.ll, I'AIXVH, Ol I.S, XA I I..S, nml lliillillnti Mnlrrlnln tif rmil Itlml, t P. AOAMH, l fN StUFRT, llnHOLLIL, AVvrmxr.r.it A.snt:oMMissmx Miut' rlmnl. t A S, CLRCIIOKH ft Co. iMiiiatnaa and Dr.M kk in tir.x 1:11.1 1. ur.iiiniAxinsi:, Ctner Queen an,l Kaaliumann StrceU, llonoliiln DOLLHS & Co. QvarH SraaitT, IIonoiulu, II. I,, siiiv niiAXiii.r.iis axii ruuMi.ssmx Mrrclitlntn, hniorteraanit Dealers in (Ieneral McrclunIW. i TNO. II. BROWN, roj llaarrANiA Sra.aT, , 1 x.s i' lit! rou or r.i.tt nr.s axii .Ml IIHItffM. OrJera can le Itft nl the Tottce hlation M S. GRINUAUM ft Co. MakikVIIukk, QvrrM brm kt, luroitrnit.s' axii irnoi.r.sAi.i: ur.Air- f rii In lli'itfnll Jlrirliiinillii'. a IVAAX ECKART, No. 111 Port hTRFtt-r, Hosoli'iu, Ait:iiMAKi:it, .ii:i:t.i:it, r.xtniA- rrr, nml lltitimmil Si lift'. All enters faitlifull)' executed. 33 IWT S. GRINUAUM & Co. 114 Cai irriRNiA Sr., San I'kancisco, rtlltWAIllllXtl AXlt HOMMI.SSIOX Mrrelttintn, Sierial facilhiea for and txirtlcular attention a!d lo consignment, of Uland iiroduce. a pRANK GERTZ, No. 114 KORT STMOrroSITBl'ANTHBON STAriLKS, iioov ax 11 .stmr.MAKr.ii. hoots axii Slim h mini f In urilrr. Of be.t material at reasonable prices, anil foi cath. 9 Insuntncc Notices. B OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. C. BREWER & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1 TJH.'MDELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER wrltera. 1 1 1? C. BREWER & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. u NIONMARINEINSURANCE COMPANY of San Francisco. CASTLE & COOC, AGENTS. Incorporated 1875. HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR ance Company of Hamburg, A, J A Gt, A GEXT. j Ituildinz, Mtrcliandioc, Kurniluro and Machinery Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms. S DREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS, . W. SCUAEFEf A Co., Agents. AIo agents for the Dresden Board of Underwriters. Vienna Board of Underwriters. For the Hawaiian Hlands, O HENISH WESTPHALIAN LLOYD IXSUJtAXVJi co.; Or M. Gladuacii, Kiiknish Pnussia, All claims for mrticularaveracc iu&tainctl bv cooilt arming here, atut inureil in the above Comjtiny, luc to he nude wllh the cognizance of and certtned to, hy the undersigned. J. C. Glade, Agent. I ACHEN AND LEIPZIG INSURANCE V Company, (limlCcd.) Of Attclirn, Aljrliit'hnin tic. All claims for lurticukir aeraeeanvtained l,v eoud aniviuf here, arwl injured in the above Cotnjiany, iutc to liti made v, lilt tlie cognizance 01 niul cenuied iiy iim undervi,:ncd J, C. Glade, Agent. GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE j company 01 ueriin, . A. SCIAEFER & Co., AGSATS. 'llie above Insurance Company liaaeuaUUirda (ien eral Acencv here.and ihcaliuveti-iicd. CenenilAi-eiilf. are rtuiliorucd to take KUks aainvt the dangers of the :yea al llie lnot rcaMXiauie tales, ana on tlie most la 0n4ble tenns. CORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM- X pany or uerlin. K A SGIIAEFER & C, AGENTS. Hie aboc LaKurance Coinruny, has etialIihcd a General Asenc) here, arul the urulersined. General A eciat t. aruaut Agti.U, art autiiorucu to take tls agamu the Uangcrs of thd beas at the tuoM. reasonable rate and on ie mcftt fatorablc terms. -pHEO. H.DAVIES, (LTit Janiow. r.Kkisft Ca) tuvunrtut. t oMjiixsiox mkkchaxt ami Ayrnt for Lloyd's nnd the Liverpool Underwriters. UritUh and Foreign Marine Insurance Company. And Northern Assurance Company. a HAMBURCBRP.MEN FIRE INSURANCE Company. K A SaAEFER C.. AGEXTS, The above firm having been afiointed agents of this compaoy are prepared to Insure riLs against fire 01 Stone and Krkk buildings and on Merchandise stored therein, on th nut favuraUe terms. Fur particulars apply at their uir.ee 1 SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER. sicherung GeieUschaft of Winter thur, . JfACKFElD f C, 4GEXTS. Capital of the, Comjuu) francs touotouo,aoo7 The Agents of the above Cuinpany"j&r the Hawaiian IkUmK are pftiwrrd to Insure Uuildings, Furniture, Mtrthandikc und IVoducr. Machlner). etc, atw bugar and Kice Mill, and eU in the lorkor, agaiiut os or danugi by fire, on th inou favoraU tenns. 1 N ORTH. GERMAN PIRB INSURANCE Coninauy 01 Hambur.T. tl. II (.KfELP V (., AGES'TS. CalsulaiKl Koene Ketchnnark 8,8a,oua ' their KoliburanoeLoaiiunics, M 35,00,000 'I he Ageuta of llw above .oini.iii)', for L l(aaUan KUndi, ai. iirriorcd 10 injure lluildines, lurniture, MrnhandiMi and IVuluce, Mahiner), etc., alu !uca ai4 Kic. Mill, and toxls In the hartwr, agairut tost or damage b nre, on the niol faoraUe terms. 1 .pASTLE & COOKE, Now to, KlKu SraaUT, llovoLVH., I. I. ailii(i nml fumiuUsluH Merchant, Importer, and Dealers Li GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Aaenli for The lltuhvwk A. Company', llauutlon. Hi. Alexander ft lUIJ.uj Itanutloh, k. lUhtead, n-Watalua I'kinulion. A. H. Smith & Company-, kokaa, rvaual. J M, Aleaaiidcr. llaiku, Uul Tli. Haiku fMUar Company. 'Ine Kohala auar Cumiaj)y. Ilauukria ttaatalioii. Th Union Inauranc Comsany of San PraacUco, Th New Rnalaad Uf, Ibmumc Co. of aVostoo. The Blaka Haawtacturlajr Coapar of Boston. Ti.r,Hon2.E,a5a Th Mecraat'a Line, WoaksJa aa4 Saa Frawtsco Or. Jayra & Son's ChWad M.dtrln.. Wucoa at Gtbba, Slaajw UawtKctutiaw Co-aoaiur and U'arakt WaWoa't SMrj MtlSW. f Inourancc lolicco. B"iTlTrSH POKRION MAMIHR I'fJSUH. ante Company. (Limited) TIII.O. II IIAVIR1. AGIST 'llie al ajii liaa reseiral imiriKilnrM lo rf ilu the late, of Imuran' leiwen llonolnlti and IVrta In lh Pacific, and la now preiuM la lu li CHS t tb bwtM ralea, Kirh a tri mlaMf Ion H freli(ht rr aleatncra 1 TRAHS-ATLAHTIC PIRB INSURAKCU Cornpanjrof llamburir. IIACKrr.UI o CnAftnti CaHial ami l(ert KeklrMnarl t,,nnf.n " llielr Ka-lrmiranuiLompaniet " ror,5y,., Total lieklrtirwil in;,6sV" Die Aeerrfa tjt llrf alM I ahimiiu Fa. ,1,.. llaH..tl.h laknila, are prrrxrrd 10 Inmre lluidlinm. Kurnllure. .iertiMniiis .nil I'rodiiee, Macrrinery, etc., al Sujar and Kite Mllla. an1 ,Hut. In lite fu I In the liarOir af(.Hst loaa ordarrMje by fire, on llie most fatorabl lerrns. MUTUAL LIPRINSURANCU COMPANY of New York, wir.ni'R Aor.vrt, lltffrnlf Snf-Ml unit mi,. I r.rnmnitlrnl l.lfr tiintiriinri. Ctnttn'init In Ihr Wnrlil, CASH ASSETS OVER ?r,ooo,ooo. Tor further fnfufinatlon crtfHerninjf llie Cttniariy, a ml fjr rate (f Iriuranc apply totli Aitents, of to J I. Witeman, StJiullnil A(;erit t THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND Glolit" Iiisurancr Company, IMIIOIl& Co,, AGENTS, MrAMlsMRf) 10311 Vutlmttrtt 1.UhUUt t' SlurhhnUIrr. Asicli $31,13,100 Reserve., . 6,7yi,oy thfOMK rOR ltfi Premiums received after deduction of re insurance. .$ 5,381,395 (.mac promptly adjusted and paid here. i NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR ance Company of Doston, casvu: h coOf';t Aar.xrs, !Ntflftr6ltATKf 183$. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company In the United States. I'oUrle tnnt 011 IJmuiomt I'urontMrTrrm vxAun.F or ttnrt roxrptjvitr. man Itifured atte 33 ears ordinary life plan t 1 Annual premium continues Policy 2 years, 3 days a Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, it ' 3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, rj 4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 yean. 46 '' 5 Annual premiums continue Policy loyears.sfi " Assets, - $i:t,rhofiHHL Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $49,000 FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE Company of California. MSffOP $ Co., AGENTS, ASSETS, $1,250,000. LOSSES PAID OVER, it 500,000. The Lu if est I'tirfjh: Const Co. Dwelling risks a specialty, detached dwell ings and contents Insured for c period of three years for two premiums madvaace. : we also write ,K v. s, v vupon mercnanaise per o-j rmsT-oiiAss vessels x ,,-, s , XctweTn tins port said the coant jmxu, covering lossor daniages, it amounting to seven Ter cent or V.lnore or the sound value of the whule riv snipment at port of delivery, V9 H .and ore Drensrcd to ," make contracts covering shipments from the Plantations through to San Francisco, Includ ing fire risk while in Hon olulu awaiting trans shipment, upon FAVORABLE TERMS. foreign bbcrtiscments pRANK H. AUSTIN & Co., Ocficr No. 3oCaufokkia Strkkt, S. K., cmuiissiox .wkxts . 'oir.ij- tity Ayrtttm, Consignment from tlte Hawaiian IUatkU desired llie Lcvt prices t arranted and sales suarantced. 4 TJ W, SEVERANCE, 316 California St., CAU,(U(Mm No. 4 ) uaivaimax vaxsifi .r cmijh.shio$ Jtrrrmnt, 7 TTARNDEN & Co. 117 cxi 119 MakkctSt., San I'kskcisco, aKXKit.if. riritciiAsrxo aukxtsaxu CutnmUtliiit Merchant,. t -MIARLES BREWER & Co. KltnV SlKKlCT, IklSTON, AOKXTS Ol' IIAWAIIAX I'ACKKTS, iJrttrrnl Cuinntm,ltiit Ayenl. Snecial attention citcn to the tilirthautie t eucdi fur the Hawaiian trade, r reiht at Ihcai rates. 1 A NTISELL. FIANOS AMD ORGANS I io,ouo I'ianos ; i,ooo Onrana; sawlialf; boy of the manufacturers i from to $iotj; ca.h, rent, or installuictiis; cataJgues free- AN1 ISKLU corner MarLet a.id Powell. San Fran. cicos, os pALMER & REY, SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS, The largest and only complete Tj Foundr)' and rriotsrs' Wannouw on the I7itic Coau, 05 and S07 LeldesdortT and jo Commercial streets, S.N IKANCISCO, UI- ' keep on harul h Lrest suh.L of AmerKan Fancy T)per Lept on thu cocut, together uh a bum complete Uuclv of Miiler k Rich ard s Scotch Type t and can forni.h, at sl-urt iMive, afilaUm in U PriaUr'a Uii. from a ItodWln lo a C) linJ lieA W have a Lus stocKOi new ana) kcouu nana rrtnuns rrescsoi all nulcs and sizes. V are sr4e agents fs Cainpticllsl)undcTjYCMcs, Loctrell and lUbcotk he, t al4 I'ecftcM. Clip- lr. Jewel. dordsMi and Wash U-ton JobUrsj WASHINGTON HAND FKKSSESl new llaitsr steam engines, which are just the thiol (or ftriuCTS Tuerk Water Mb'crt, tJi Fapcr Cutters. and a full lux of Suiboru's tooLUodcts machkttty, OUR IDELI1V ROLLER COMfOalTlOK and iWlo I'rintinj Inks u conjojetcd the tt In ut Have ou used our FrfectiM ptuc? They sa cditorul ork and cwnpajm- IHmi, and therefore save nomy, TSEND rOR OUK CATALOOUK KiuustKN'o IwuMioa thUcaa4 ca coMpete with us in quality vf gouJ. OiaiN oTk Moauo. atrit. luo NOIIC E. IWuti my alMra. fiona tUa Klaaviuoi Mr. Grcu, J. FUm will act tar to. iumUi Ml rwoer of attwTKY. a-a ). K, WKIOHT. (Ticitcml brjcrtiscmcnlo. JVrtAX ECKAKTS NEW STORE. GRAND Ol&l2NlNO of frocK I take great (.Ifaiure in fnfurmtni; mr friends and th pulfic in general, that I have REM OVE D To i ttrtr .Store, 113 and 115 Fort Street, Where I open iih an entire NEW SIOCK OF JEW. EI.RY, SOLID GOLD ANII PLATED, WATCHES, of all lesctiption, and a complete aVMtnierit of SILVFH-FLATFA) WAllF, Agnt for Simpson's, Hairs, Steel's and Roger's bitter I'JaUd Ware. Iepo of the Genome American, Waltham and Elgin Watchei. WATCH REPAIRING Will teailefore.A .SPECIAL UKAS'CII OK MIKE, Warrant iog all WurL A full line of Sjrectftel ttittl i!tfhtnrf TlaitVful tut llie confulence Jiown me, I Invite the rmtltc to Jinjie my 'ktock before jMircluting elte hercf My gool fttamlin; in thii Kingdom, from (jnj; )tart exinrTieiKre in this buiine, ia guarantee tliat I tioll offer the IIKST at the VERY LOWEST TRICES. I hate spared no expense in selecting new stock in cder to Veep up my reiniuiioti aivi to gite stLfaiiion. H0S. 0. THRUM, KESfECrrtLLS ANNOUNCBS tiik RbcEirr, ax latk arsivals. Or SKLKCTIOKS IN FINE STATIONER!', .MISCEI.INF.OUS HOOKS, CRvCKLEI) OlSS VASES, IIIKnlUAV CKI)S, NEWEST DESIGNS. Windsor & Newton'. ARTISTS' MATERIALS, SI EKhOSCOI'E l-RAMES, FINE LEATHER & I'l.USII IIAOS, Uieslstjles, I'URSES.CARD CASES, MUSIC ROLUS, " INKSTANDS, CLASS I'AI'ER WEIOHl, ButteHok'. . CUT PAPER PATTERNS, A full aswitment of Lteu st)lcs to te followed iih reifuUr supplies each nwiiilk BO WEN'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS: A hn assortment of latent novthies. in JAPANESE DECORATIVE ARTICLES, w coMturii-o cr UM11KKI.I.AS, UK.CKkn. FANS, IIOXES. MA n, TIDIES. NArKINS.&c&.c llie alov. e,xl, are cnncvj at lb. FORT STREET STORE, (llrr-. Ilkxk) and are (aacmi at the loMtat fieujea fur lb. encuuraemcrit of Ituiera, llah Ox IORT ANIi MERCHANT ilKErn' SrOKrJalUcunducted on as Literal a Uitia ta th. putJK as fxaMtUe, CuutnMiuurat. itb FIRST-CLASS GOODS, inalJcaacv CurretnoraleiKa fvj.iflly ujictled and Orders fan Uully atuoded ta. 1 , 0. T. take 4cauir la antkuunsan. the kclectwa cf lb. Large and tinea Husk U IISCELL.Nt- OUS and l'KtSKNTAllON Books, AUnum, Lethtr CnxU, Art Atvd Ftacy Good, ARTISTIC STATIONERY, ft.lU tall Trad., da. Uotk U itbaVb irj U ,in ui issci4 cf Eaucru IntbUea. AUa kutia: Le.il atcxantsd Anu tut lb. American Tract Society's I LSI AMfcN'rS .1 teuton laod.audaeb.nl aMowans. aaad. la asualay tkiwola u4 Taacean fcera Uu incea. - Ccntntl tfsbbcrliocmcnlc. O, IIALl. & SON. Vitmn ii tnnitm m Tun. tntftmit AMevrwKirr ot Um. OiUHtraio n PLOWS, fssiy Mim bnii Iroia, "WbrtJlrs- 4J ll.n -a.... , .ir " "r.-z?1 m " .T.ni 1-io.v n.ar, i-wfB, "" '", ' Twiaw fm,r IIUI er, l1.Uarf!, , , awl ljam foe ah air, llul v. keep, t4 all kmds MECHANICS' 100I-S, Slif.l.r HAKIiuikt allklr.1,, NAII.Sand SMKI'S. all k,n,U.d is, RBRU ft IIARTO.HS CM, l'.HK,Ti:tt SII.VKK PLATED WARE, In great rarlely ami in VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS. STOVES AND RANGES of many kinds and tlev We rnnke a apoclnltynr PAINT AND OILS, T JJf "" 4 ,t"tt'' HUIIIIUCK'S WHITE )'., . .'t,C. ."' "liTerenl qualities, Usules a full line of all DRV I'MNTS anud. and o.tr ao.un cillnn.of HUIIIIUCK'S test pale IJOILEI) LINSEED Oil, e can tell at the loe rizures. Oy er 3,jo irallons of BEST LTJBRICATINQ 01XS, LytlieUirrel, case or (rallon. MASUKVS HOUSE ." s.wiajk, iner-u .American rViflti known. We liare now the Largest stock of LEATHER, from Califtxnla, the Ka and France, eser otTered in this .Market, PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKING HOSE, c Hot e wilt no altenics loenuuerale anr more of the thousand and one articles that e keep, as it would oner more than a whole paje of the " Paris." c cordiallr Invite our f.'trn.i. sn.1 m.iAnu. . t and examine our spIendUl UocV. at goods fa- Ihemvclres andllwr wiU be conrinud of what seur, ur TNO. O. FOWLER 4 Co., Lent,, Enylimit, arc iircHiml to fa nil. I, Tlan, nml H.ll- mnlrm for Steel PORTABLE TRAMWAYS, Wiih or without Cars and Icunotires. Stially AIMI1KI) FOR SUfiAR PLiVNTAllONS. I'ermanenl Railways, and lmmotires anj cars, Trac- '"T. EnX,n an Road Loconiotites, Sleam I'luuehinj and Cullivallnf alachinerr, lf able Lnginca for all purirMi, fwluig Knguies foe inclines. l3llLKril wfl. tlli.if ri.L.. irl.l.-l li,.... ortheabute Plants aral MacbiMry maybe Men at iIm .. .iM . unJerupw.L W, L. UK I. EN and (. W. Ji,,tAw.ir. a. S.U., Ati for Jno. oer A Co. ENGLING & CO. ISf tORTANT t Hie tuUoilen, finding their preskau soce tcsallv in. adoiuale to carry on iheu; large! infrrain; UiMneu, f.aind U ncceikry to enlaree ' their Store, In order to CactTiute the show tog of an rnv tuetu. fttock. of RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE. Special attention il calUJ ta the Ukrawg esluUla now cr hand; SUPERIOR STOVES. ALVARADO STOVES, NEW I'ARACON RANRES. EUREKA RA.VCES, ARMV K-kNljES, Suilall O plantation use, the celebrated "NIMliLE STOVE" and "IWDV MAV RANGE." KANGES art in trick, with Us water attachment! t Copper UM ers,bf ever) descfitaiuo, aaad. Loonlerj Iron Piping-all sue-Lead Pipe, Irvnand linn Covka and fatiags ; al .trU'of Sawlatc MatOT. It ( nut iMcesrarrlo enusvrrate our ik of TIN WARE, aa we are prepared to auaJr,ery anicl in the trade, and al PKIuLS 1t SUII -THE TIME E. ft Co. thank lUirpsltottit. a feUnd accwdnl tbeoi durmg lb. p f-M sera, and al to. saw. tun. would Mai. iku lb- are aw ia a U dmik than aver lo .! order, la iW hoeofiuj. Oideiafrwta th. otlxr ManJ. UUd and tfuwulr fervent1. ' C BSMillkU tojijr . tulUUKTU RltADTHISt Till'. VNUERSJCNEI. IIAVs wg aud. ursaj. UproewoH m th.'ana4SM as and raauljwaaun I4 rkfa tui Air tswXt- ta.1. Is wilfcog la tinrinn. aH work; -i-rnlnl inhM. AJJres. E. OaaJcy, i4j Qu-s St, I J i. ! ""J " W BB JBWrai, 1JBBBBI gB atwafsWaoMoarJaMaaautua. M 4J KTJai '! AM ti & .jm i "tl w '! 1t &.- I I'll- I .n1'3y-- 4-t- jAltH