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CONSTANTLY ON HAND!
A GENERAL ASSORT!!'! OF
SHIP CIWDlEnT I SHIP STORES.
Far Sal by
HOLLES . C O.
DEVOES KEROSENE OIL.
1 OflC4wKS KST Qt" A I.I TV. RECEIVED
BOLLES A CO.
A P.WE! 'T R MURRAY
. w as uaw rrvn vj
BoLLlS ft CO.
MORE RUBBER PAINT.
N- ASSORTMENT OF COLORS AND
BoLLE! i, CO.
FLOUR AND BRAN.
GJOLDEV CiTE EXTRA PiMILT AND
Bilm' Extra flour. Alto, Krao, fresh and in perfect
order, received per Horny. For sale, by
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY!
RECEIVED THIS DV PROM Til E V.
II. MKYKK, froca San Frac Cisco, 2CKI bales.
For male bj B'JLLES & CO.
NoTalr 21, 1978.
SCOTCH FLAX SAIL TWINE !
V SUPERIOR QUA LIT V.
For sale by BOLLKS A CO.
November 21, 1873.
NOW LANDING FROM SHIP SYREN !
122 DATS FROM BOSTON,
Ifin COILS NEW BEDFORD CORDAGE,
J V 26 eoils New Bedford Whale Line, Cutting Falls,
1W boiu Lawrence Mill Cot too Dock, assorted no, fen 1 to 10,
Cotton. Ravens. Dark; Amoskeag Drilling for boat sails; liO
Asa Oars, assorted sixes from 10 to 22 feet lengths.
For sale at reduced prices by
S0 B0LLE3 A CO.
Per bark R. C. VVylio fm. Bremen
25 IRON PTOCK ANCHOR, sixes from 80 up to 2.300 Ibi
SMALL CHllN, In quantities to init, sizes i loch to
9-19 of n inch,
CHAIN CABLES, 6 8, 3-4. 7-8. 1, 1 1-4, 1 3 9, ai.d 1 5-8
Inch. For sale lew by
IN UAHRKLS A NO CASKS.
For sale by
B JLLK3 CO.
"Wilmington Tar and Wilmington Pitch!
For aale by
B0LLE3 li CO.
PER CITY OF SYDNEY.
FROM MANILA DIRECT, VIASAN FRAN
CISCO, another invoice of those
SUPERIOR CIGARS !
Pat op in boxes of 200 each.
For Sale by B0LLE3 A CO.
FRESH SALMON !
IN 1 Ain 2 I,B. CANS. FREn PACKED,
of Catrt 14.6. Abo, COLOMBIA Kl VK.R HAf.MON in
aoIB For Sale by . , BOLLKS A Co.
SMALL CHAINS !
IZEH FROM t-Ofal-2 INCH, lu Q.UAN
lirXEH to suit. Received per M Cleta." For aale by
BOLLKd ft CO.
1RECT FROM HONCKONU.
40.COO Extra large aixe, ami 60 to 100,000
2d Site, all of the Beat quality HARD B KICKS, ami
will be Sold Low. by
B0LLE3 ft CO.
FRESH FROM THE FACTORY" OF LOCI3
Mc Murray ft Co., received per Ceylon, in cases of tiro
4osen each SOU Daara in one and two pound Cans.
Forsalelowby (ul4 BOLLKS if CO.
Blocks and Oars!
For Hale by
"TTijA m of F
AND AS YOU SEE HAVE PROVIDED
X m. myself with one of those
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
which will stand the Baggage Smashers, and which are only
to be had at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY
VTliere can be found any or
EVEIUTIIIAG IV THE TRIM LINE
Among; which are
Ladies' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, riveted edges;
La lies' Solid Bridle Leather Trnnks. riveted edges;
Ladies' Solid Leather Trunks, sewed edges;
Ladies' Elegant Leather Covered Saratogas,
Ladies' Composition Saratogas,
Ladies' Embossed Zinc Saratogas,
Ladies' Elegant Travelling Dressing Cast-s,
Lad.es' Russia Leather Shopping- Tallies,
Ladies' Bags and Keticuies in all aizes.
Ladies' Canvas Covered Trunks.
LADIES STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
An article much In demanJ, stowing- neatly under the state
Solid Sole Leather Trunks, tivated edges;
Gent's solid Bridle Leather Trunks, riveted edges
Oent's Leather Trnnks in all sixes ;
Gent's Bound Edge Trunks.
Gent's Solid Sol Leather Valises,
Gent's Bridle Leather Valisa,
Gent's No. 1 and 2 Bosun Talises,
Gem's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Elegant Kcjiia Leather
Gent's Shawl and Blanket Straps, Trunk Straps,
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Talises.
In fact everything in the above line and
at Hid Hock Iriccs.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT L1XE OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Amonr which are tie
CELEBRATED JORK SOLE GAITERS !
Just tK thing for thf wet weather.
The Neatest Stylo of Men's
Kver oQVred here. Among which are the celebrated Everett
'Rippers, and in fact everything In all well appointed Boot ar.d
A.U tff0Ove lines of Goods tcill be Sold
es to suit the Times.
T-ae Gd eII uou hrre -d urpd
rrrs""'"!,,,. Every Pair
JaS Corner of Fort and MerchitA..-ets
Offers For Sal r'ii'vYr
Beef. Mollss, Veal. Salman Sc Fish.
at the FiSH MARKET STALLS, 'os. 13, 19, 0,21, at the
Lowest Market Rates. Please frive me a call. ml 3 ly
Russian Caviar and Roedreu
AT TJIE HOI EL.
PHILADEPHIA ! !
LEATHER TRUNKS !
Importers and Dealers in
NOR' WEST SCANTLING,
Tongued i Grooved, Surfaced,
PLANE, BATTENS, PICKETS,
H in. x 4, 1x5, and 1x8, for
Scantling, Boards, Plank.
Battens 1x3, 1x4, 1-2x3, and 1-2x2,
Pickets Rongh and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
Tongued and Groevcd
TIMBER, FOR SHIP USE!
2sl2 to lCxlC;
CLEAR NOR' WEST, FOR PLANTERS' USE
EASTERN WHITE PINE,
California & Eastern Doors, ail sizes
SASH, all sizes; BLIND 3, all sizes;
White Hicad Siiac !
PAINT OIL. Ai SMALL PAINT, CHEAP,
Putty and Varnish,
Glass, No. 2x2 and 3,
Wall Paper and Borders,
VERY LOW !
Iron and Tinned Tax,
Paint & Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC & FIRE-PROOF PAINT,
For Plantation or any Other Use,
Butts & Hinges,
Hooks and Eyes, &c.
SALT, in QUANTITIES to SUIT
NOR' WEST LUMBER
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts,
NorJ West 1 inch Boards, Nor' West li Plank,
Nor' West 1J in. Plank; 2, 3, and 4 in. Plank,
Nor' West Tongued & Grooved Boards, 1 & li
, Nor' West Surfaced, 1 in. 1 and 1J,
Nor' Wt Scantling, all sizes;
Nor' West Timber, all sizes;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
2?er PI. W. Almy,
A CHOICE. CARGO
Hi WOOD 1 1 II ill l! !
1 inch Boards li, 14 and 2 inch.
Rough Surfaced, 1 in. li, 1J, 2 and3iu. of the
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3x1 Peats. Red Wood; 4x4 Posts. Red Wood;
srfi Pnsto. Uel Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Tosts,
All SIZES OF RED WOOD SCUTUM
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING. CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood, li;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
ALL SIZES ;
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead. Zinc Taint,
Chromo Green. Taris Green, Chromo Yellow,
Red Lead. Black Paint, Varnishes,
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c.t &c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER!
Orders from the other Islands filled with
care an4 dispatch.
LEWERS Si DICKSON.
ri"1IIE FIRE-PROOF STARR on O n
H. Street, lately occupied bj C. S. Bartow sq , as so
an Auction Room. Possession clretr Immediately. Jl
APP'ro pb4 ,. W. C. fARKK.
O. . BREWER 6l CO.
CUIVr lor Sale In Arrive,
PER A5IESICAN SHIP CORIITGA,
1- ROM BOSTOM
Dar in March nrxl, ti: Lirj??t r.l
Most Complete Assortment
General llerclmndise !
Ever lir.frttd into this Coantry, consisting in part it:
Steam Coal. ni Oalt Caiki. Tcrty cailocs t ach,
Cumbr!Hr:d Coal, 30 ft. tun T:mbereJ haie Beats,
Pitch. Tsr.Kcsin, TorpectiDe. Varr.Uh, Linseed O.l.
Micral I'aitt, Lao p bck. Putty, liile Pciton,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES!
Namely : Corn Starch, Clams. Lemon frrap,
Oreea Pea. Tomato Ketchup. Mackerel. 1'otwJ Ietj,
Lotrsters, Tomimet. Saaa(te Meat, Gerkins.
;ider Vingar, Green Corn, LA CKuIX lilt AND ;
White Cube Sugar, Mock Turtle - Tomato Soups,
Barrel and Cases Salt, Family Pork, In barrel?;
Sperm Caudles, .Uason Blatkln?, i.uld Leaf Igliar t a.
Ox Cows, IJ, 1J, anJ 2 inches;
A Choice Assortment of FIRE W0EKS !
Cortsintitiff of Rockets, Benrolas and Roman Cnr.dl,
An Inroice of Cut NaiU.Sd to0; !ars. Axe Ilan4le,
lloe Handles. Hand Carts, light and heavy;
Cuilivatnrs, file U ill Plows,
Leather Itching-, six inches; Fairbank's Scales,
Hunt's Hatchets, axe and shinglinir; AXES.
4il llrrcu. UabblU Mrlll, Ilemp Twine.
Kul.ber Packing, 1-18 inch; Hemp I'acVir.?, Solder,
3 Ply Rubber licse, I Inch, for parden ose;
CHARCOAL 1 KONS, Mole Collars,
Brass Vt ire Sieres. Ceutrifujtal Lining, Grindstone,
Butfts, Birch and Corn Brooms, Zinc Wash Boards,
Maynard Noye's Ink, Y ellow Metal & sheathing Naili,
Anchors. 1400 ' u. and 1660 lbs.;
New Bedford Cordage, 6 threats to 4J in; Whale Line,
An Invoice of Refined Iron, asstd. sizes; Norway Shapes,
A VERY CHOICE SELECTION OF
Consisting of Rolling Top Office Desks,
Black Walnut H'srdrob s. Library Cases, Secretaries,
Ash and Black Walnut Sideboards,
Ash and black W alnut Washstands.
Ash and Black Walnut C II AM li KK SETS,
Ladies' Black Walnut Desks,
Lie lies' and Gentlemen's Kasy and Rocking Chairs.
Folding Chairs. Folding; Tables,
Painted Chamber gets, imitation of chestnut and oak;
Black Curled Hair, an asst. of Dining and Office Chairs,
A well selected Lot of Dry Goods:
Consisting of: Brown ft Bleached Colton r Sheeting,
Chints Percales, Cardinal Robes, Hamilton Prints.
Auioskfa, Tearl El?er and Hay Slaters Deuluisl
TickinK, Amoskeag Shirting, Brown Flannel,
Blue Drilling, Overalls, Denim Pants and Jumpers,
Plaid Shirts, Palm Lear Hats, Lawrence Duck, Nos. 1 to 10;
Raven's ditto, Cotton Twine,
600 Cases Pratt's Kerosene Oil,
300 Cases Downer's Kerosene Oil, Black Walnut,
Ash Plank, Nests Trunks, Oakum,
EASTERN KEG and BARREL SH00KS !
Hoop Iron, , 1, 1, li inch; Caustic Rods, Palm Oil,
THE LARGEST ASSTfiVT. OF CARRIAGES
ever imported in one Teasel, consisting of :
1 Jumpseat Carryall, 2 Extension Top Cabrioles,
2 Canopy Top Basket Phietons, 1 Caflra Wagon,
1 Spring Brownell Wagon. 1 Pony Phaeton,
1 Kxpresa Wagon, 1 Park Plueton,
THREE OP THOSE JUSTLY
Celebrated Wood's Organs !
An Asst. of Ready Made Clothing,
from the house of Messrs. Isaac Fenno & Co.
An Invoice of McMurray's Fresh Oysters,
A full asst. of Knowle's Patent Steam Pumps, Nos. 2 to 6.
All of the above Merchandise
HAS BEEN CAREFULLY
SELECTED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET"
Purchased for Cash, and trill be sold at VERY LOW
RATES upon reasonable time, or a Liberal
DiMaaut for C'nih.
C. BREWER &. CO.
FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP
COTTOX, WOOUJH OTHER GOODS
JjM XE X E XV STTLES OP PRINTS,
Blue Striped Denims, Velvet Carpets & Bugs,
Hassocks Pilot Clothing, Towels, Counterpanes,
White Moleskins, Skirts, Grenadines,
Scarves and Ties, Silk Umbrellas, Blankets,
Crimean, Oxford and Regatta Shirts,
Flannels, Tweeds, Ponchos,
SADDLES AND BRIDLES,
Swiss Mulls, Printed Lawn,
Waterproof Clothing, Victoria Lawns,
Book Muslins, Lace Curtains,
BAGS, BAGGING, CANVAS I
Twine, Leather Belting, Paint, Oils, Pipes,
Wire Rope, Corrugated Roofing,
Blue Mottled Soap, Galvanized and Tinware,
Fencing Wire, IIoop Iron, IlDlloware,
. Charcoal Irons, 0-os Cutlery, Bar Iron,
Lea & Ferrin's Sauce,
JAUIS A1I JEffJLIKS I
Gr o s ii e 1 1 s
Hennessj's, Martell's and Robin's Brandy, in casks
Fine Sherry, in quarter casks and cases,
Geneva, Whiskey, Rum, Hock, Moselle, Alcohol, So.
Blood Wolfe & Co.'s and Bass' Pale Ale,
Edmund's Tig Brand Porter,
BOICHET'S SAPOLEO.Y (ACl.VET CIIAMPAGM-:,
Lalande's Red Bar Claret, Dunville's Whisky,
Boord's Winea and Spirits,
Silicate Paint Co.'s Paints!
Powell Duffryn's Steam Coal !
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS & ENGINE!
And to Arrive, McOnie's Clarifiers !
POR SALE BT
"3- THEO. H. DAVIES.
5.4 TURD AY. APRIL 7 .
Inaugural Address of President
Washington, March 5tb. Following is the
addresa by President LUjcs t3T on the oc
casion of his inauguration :
Fellow citizens : We fcaTe assembled to re pe&t
the public ceremonial begun by Washington,
observed by all my predecessors, and now a
time-honored custom ivbicb marks the commence
ment of a new term of the presidential office.
Called to the duties of this great trust, I pro
ceed in compliance with usage to announce some
of the leading principles on subjects tbat now
chie3y engage public attention, by which it may
deire to be guided in the discharge of those
duties. I shall not undertake to lay down
irrevocably the principles or measures of the
administration, but rather to speak of,
TUE MOTIVES WHICH SHOVLD AN lit ATE IS,
And suggest certain important ends to be at
tained, in accordance with our institutions and
es.-cntial to the welfare of our country. At the
outlet of the discussion which preceded the
recent preeidential election, it seemed to me
fating that I 6hould fully make known my senti
ment" in regard to several important questions
which then appeared to demand the considera
tion of the country. Following the example
and in part adopting the language of one of my
predecessors, I wish now, when every motive
for misrepresentation has passed away, to repeat
w hat was said before the election trusting tbat
my countrymen -will candidly weigh and under
stand it and they -vill feel assured that the senti
ments declared in accepting the nomination for
the Presidency will be the standard of my con
duct in the path before me, charged, as I am,
with the grave and difficult taek of carrying
them out in the practical administration of the
(lovernment so far as depends under the consti
tution and laws on the chief executive of the
nation. The permanent pacification of the coun
try upon such principles and by such measures
as will secure
COMPLETE PROTECTION OF ALL CITIZENS
In the free enjoyment of all their constitutional
rights is now the one subject in our public
affairs which all thoughtful and patriotic citizens
regard as of supreme importance. Many of
the calamitous effects of the tremendous revolu
tion which has passed over the Southern States
still remain. The immeasurable benefits which
will surely follow, sooner or later, a hearty and
generous acceptance of the legitimate results of
that revolution, latve not yet been realized.
Difficult and embarrassing questions meet us at
the threshold of this subject. The people of those
t tates are still impoverished and the inestimable
blessings of wise, honest and peaceful local
pelf-government are not fully enjoyed. What
ever difference of opinion may exist as to the
cause of this condition of things, the fact is
clear that in the progress of events the time has
come when such government is an imperative
necessity, required by all the varied interests,
public and private, of those states. But it must
not be forgotten that only local government
which recognizes and maintains inviolate the
rights of all is a true self-government. With
respect to the two distinct races, whoso peculiar
relations to each other have brought upon us
the deplorable complications and perplexities
which exist in those stateB, it must be the gov
GUARDS TUE INTERESTS OK KOTII RACES
Carefully and equally: it must be the govern
ment which submits loyally and heartily to the
constitution and laws of the nation, and the laws
of the states themselves, accepting and obeying
faithfully the whole constitution as it is. Keat
ing upon this solid and substantial foundation,
the superstructure of beneficent local govern
ments can be built up, and not otherwise. In
furtherance of such obedience to the letter and
spirit of the constitution, and in behalf of all
that its attainments implies, all so called party
interests lose their apparent importance, and
party lines may well be permitted to fade into
insignificance, The question we have to consider
for the immediate welfare of those states of the
Union !s t.ho. qiiootion of gorcrnmcut or no gov
ernment ; of social order and all peaceful indus
tries and happiness that belong to it, or a return
to barbarism. It is a question in which every
citizen of the nation is deeply interested, aud
with respect to which we ought not to bo in a
E artisan sense either Republicans or Democrats',
IELLOW CITIZENS AND FELLOW MEN,
To whom the interests of a common country, a
common humanity, are dear. The sweeping re
volution in the entire labor system of a large
portion of our country, and the advance of 4,
000,000 of people from a condition of servitude
to that of citizenship upon an equal footing with
their former masters, could not occur without
presenting questions of the gravest moment to be
dealt with by the emancipated race of their for
mer masters and by the General Government.
That the act of emancipation was a wise, just
and providential act, fraught with good for all
concerned, is now generally conceded through
out the country ; that a moral obligation rests
upon the National Government to employ its con
stitutional power and influence to establish the
rights of the peopie it has emancipated and to
protect them in the enjoyment of those rights
when they are infringed or assailed, is also gen
erally admitted. The evils which afflict tbe
Southern States can only be removed or remedied
by united and harmonious efforts of both races,
actuated by motives of mutual sympathy and
regard : and while in duty bound and fully de
termined to protect tho rights of all by every
constitutional means at the disposal of my ad
ministration, I am sincerely
ANXI0CS TO CSE EVERT LEGITIMATE INFLUENCE
In favor of honest and efficient local self-government
as the true resource of those states, alike
with every other state of the Union, for the pro
motion of the contentment and prosperity of
their citizens. In tbe effort I shall make to ac
complish this purpose, I ask the cordial co-operation
of all who cherish an interest in tbe wel
fare of the country, trusting tbat party ties and
the prejudices of race will be freely surrendered
in behalf of the great purpose to be accomplished.
In the important work of restoration of the
South, it is tbe political situation alone that mer
its attention. The material development of that
section of the country has been arrested by a
social and political revolution through which it
has passed, and now needs and deserves the con
siderate care of the National Government with
in the just limits prescribed by the constitution
and a wise public economy. But at the basis of
all prosperity for that as well as for every other
part of the country is improvement of the intel
lectual and moral condition of the people. Uni
versal suffrage should rest upon
To this end liberal and permanent provision
should be made for the support of free schools
by the 6tate governments, and if needs be Eup
rJomcnted bv legitimate aid from the national
i . 0 -
authority. Let me assure my countrymen of the
Southern States that it is my earnest desire to
regard and cherish their truest interest, the in
terest of the white and of the colored people,
both and equally, and to put forth my best ef
forts in behalf of a civil policy which will for
ever wipe out in our political affairs the colored
line and the distinction between the North and
the South, to the end that we may have not
merely a united North and a united South, but a
united country. I ask the attention of the pub
lic to the paramount necessity of
REFORM LV OCR CIVIL SERVICE,
A reform not merely as to certain abuses and
practices called official patronage, which have
come to have the sanction of usage in the sev
eral departments of our Government, but a
hangc in the system of appointment itself a
reform that shall be thorough, radical and com
plete ; a return to the principles and practices
of the founders of our Government. They
neither expected nor desired from public officers
any partisan service. They meant that public
officers should give their whole service to tbe
Government and to the people. They meant
that an officer should be secure in bis tenure
as long as his personal character remained un
tarnished and the performance of his duties sat
isfactory. They held that
APPOINTMENTS TO OFFICE
Were not to be made nor expected merely aa
rewards fjr Trtian service, nor ncrcy trie
nominations f members of Cvir.rc.-s as
entitled in any rc?peci t ciitr.l m?h arj-.'iiit-mcnts.
The fact that
tOTU I'OLlili AL PiKTlF
Of the country, in declaring their priu.ir'.ts
prior to the election, gnve a proaiin--'3t ijtce t j the
subject of reform of cur civil terri'ie, rcr-;r.izlrg
and strongly urging its necessity in lenus alajot
identical in ti.eir ejecific import with thvc 1
have here eoirloyed, uiiitt bo a-cop'.e 1 as con
clusive arguments on behalf of tboso racv-isres.
It must b regarded as au exprcwion of the
united voice and will of the whole country upon
this subwet, and both political parties are mutu
ally pledged to give it their universed support.
nNANCXS. CURRENCY. ETC.
With respect to the financial eonditLo of the
country, I shall not attempt an cxteLded history
of the embarrassment and prostration v hich we
have suffered during the just three years. The
depression in ail our varied conitnercial and mau
ufacturing interests throughout the country,
which began in September, 1S73, stiil continues.
It Is very jjratifying, however, to be able to say
that there are indications all around us of a
coming chaDge to prosperous times. Upon the
currency question, intimately Connected as it if
with this toyic, I may be permitted to rejeat
here the statement made in my letter of accept
ance, that in my judgment the feeling of uncer
tainty inseparable lroin an irredeemable paper
currency, with its fluctuation of values, is one cf
the greatest obstacles to a return to prosperous
times. The only safe paper currency is that
which rest upon a coin basis and is at all times
and promptly convertible into coin. I adhere to
the views heretofore expressed by me in faTor of
congressional legislation in behalf of an early re
sumption of specie payment, and I am satif-Ced
not only that this is wise, but that the public
sentiment of the country imperatively demands
Passing from these remarks npon the condition
of our ow n country to consider,
OLE BELATI0N9 WITH OTHER LANDS.
We are reminded by internal complications
abroad, threatening the peace of Europe, tbat our
traditional rule of non-interference in the atUirs of
foreign nations has proved of great value in past
times, and ought to be strictly observed. The poli
cy inaugurated by my booored predecessor, Presi
dent Grant, of submitting to arbitration grave quest
ions in dispute between ourselves and foreign
powers, points to a new, and incomparably the best,
instrumentality for the preservation of peace, and
will, as I believe, become a beneficent example of
the course to be pursed in similar emergencies by
other nations. If, unhappily, questions of difference
skould at any time during the period of my admin
istration arise between the United States and any
foreign government, it will certainly be rny disposi
tion and my choice to aid in their settlement in the
same peaceful and honorable way, thus securing to
our coantry the great blessing of pence and mutual
good offices with all the nations of the world.
Fellow citizens, we have reached the close of a
political contest marked by the excitements which
usually attend contest between great political panics
whose members espouse and aivocate with earnest
faith their respective principles. The circumstances are
perhaps in no respect extraordinary save iu the
closeness and consequent uncertainty of tho result.
For the first time in the history of the country it has
been dec rue J best, in view of the pecular circum
stances of the case, that tbe discretion of the Presi
dent of the Senate in execution of the mandate of tbe
constitution with the respect to
COUNTING TUE ELF.CTOBAL VOTES
Should be aided by the reference of the objections
and questions in dispute to the decision of a tribu
nal established by law for this purpose, its members
all of them men of long established reputation for
integrity and inteligence, and, with the exception of
those who are also members of the Supreme Judiciary,
chosen equally from both political parties, its deli
berations enlightened by research and arguments of
able counsel. Its decision have been patiently wait
ed for and accepted as legally conclusive by the gen
eral judgment of the public. For the preseut, opin
ion will widely vary as to the wisdom of the several
conclusions announced by the tribunal. This is to
be anticipated in every instance where matters of
dispute are made the subject cf arbitration under the
forms of law. Human judgment is never unerring,
and is rarely regarded as otherwise than wrong by
the unsuccessful party in the contest. The fact that
the two great political parties have in this way set
tled a dispute in regard to which good men differ as
to the law, and no less as to the proper course to be
pursued in solving the question in controversy, is an
occasion for general rejoicing.
'Upon one point there ia entire unanimity in public
sentiment that conflicting claims to the presidency
must be amicably and peaceably adjusted, and
that when so adjusted the general acquiescence of
the nation onght surely to follow. It has been
reserved for a government of the people, where
the right of suffrage is universal, to give to the
world the first example in history of a great
nation, in tbe midst of a struggle of opposing
parties - for power, hushingits party tumult to
yield the issue ofcontest to adjustment according
to the forms of law, looking for guidence to that
divine hand by which the destinies of nations and
individuals are shaped. I call upon you. Senators,
Representatives, judges, fellow citizens, here and
everywhere, to unite with me in an earnest effort
to secure to our country the blessings not only of
material prosperity but of justice, peace and union
a union depending not upon constraint cf force
but upon the loving devotion of a froe people, and
that all things may be so ordered and settled upon
the best and surest foundations, that peace, happi
ness, truth and justice, religion and piety, may be
established among us for all generations.
JX CASKS, FOR SALE BV
felO 3m n. IIACKFEI.D k CO.
asbestos wmm !
Steam Boilers, Pipes
AND ALL HEATED SURFACES !
United States and Foreign
uMUM FELTING CD.
SEWARD COLE, Manager Pacific Branch,
Office, 317 California Street, .S. F.
THEO. H. DAVIES,
INDESTRUCTIBLE XOX.t'OX DUCTOR
of Heal. Pre re tits Radiation and ConJ-naiion. Snrn
25 prr rriili in Fprl by the Kan-el w.th
Full and Complete Instructions (jirii;tel) fjr its Application.
U. B. Government's Principal Mann'actnrin? Establishments
in the Esst and on the PaciSc Slope, anJ the Principal
Mines and Mills of Nevada.
Honolulu Iron Works Ilonolulu
gam'l O. Wilder Uunola u
Circulars, Descriptive Pamphlets, Ftf.. Sent
on Application to
THEO. H. DAVIES, HONOLULU.
IVG MA UK II r'.t'EVT KX T KXS I V K
rKRIECTtD AR a A i KM
ALL iEV KOYELTIES IX THEIR LINE
As U.J appr, to anr th f-ul:c w f-alns U tx prt l a;nuis ih cf0 t ( K-a
has rr.j of ctrry.es
First Class Quality ol Goods, tasty and novel in styles,
vith prices m'tlerst?, aoJ rcoit an J iurtfis aitrutioo la tl. rrquirnnrolt of ILrtr patrons.
Tlie STOCK on 1-IA.jNTD
KM . -
IL IPull Eaixic of
in LirrtKiixr nz ami ptylls or hinhng.
Tiniv Hoot, Lfr 1!ih1., Krcclit and Nulf tUfeas, luVssorasidttsB au4 tsas sVw4st
Mrmorcda Tablet, assarted stirs; Chinese Praril Bocks, Cap, Letter, and KiX Par-ers. Ufa! Cap, BIN Cap-, Laiist and Ca
Account Current Paper, Tnal Ilalsnc Paper. Irirr Journal lUled Paper, Letter liea.ts, Nm Heads, Hill Deads, Ft lessee!
IleaJs, Pirie's rine Note Tapers and Knvrlopes, Repp Papers and Koelt.e,
FINEST ASSORTMENT OF LATEST STYLES PAPETERIES,
Kavrlra lis Varlrlr mf KImU, Tistlo mm Mac.
1 1ST K S, .A. Large Assor t m n t ,
Embracing ArnuU's, Carter's, Uavkls. Thutdas, Porell's, Alisarin, Japanese, I'UIJ's 4 I 'nder raid's.
Mucilage, In quarts, pints and eours; and also a rariety hi nev styles.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF INK STANDS I
Iiu'lu'luig a Chuiij Selection of Ilroitaar frmn Mullt-r's Cuii. Kw Vmli Calendars, assorted aisea, lla tmm a4 lm.
Iirunze; Mano's Parchment, French. Pern and PMptnan's Duplicating Lei tor Copying II .k, Mann's Copying l'Sx r, Copying
Brushes and Pampetiing Bowls, Ilirp FiU-s, new sllrs; Ftand Files, Check Files, Letter and Cap Hoard Clips, He slrle
pansire Bill FiU-s, 3 sizes. Just the thing for Cullertors Blank Forms 4 Mortgage, L-a.e, Power of Attorney, Charier Tarty,
Contracts; l.rad Pencils, various grades and kinds; point I'roUrtors, Pen holders. Including lbs ut'Srest styles of self dltrhaig
ing; Gold, Plt-el and Quill Peas, New ftjrlo Rating Tetis, Milpplng Tsgs, Mm Inn ite Tas, Jeweler's Card and f'arrtimeui
Tsg, Address Labels, Oura Labels, Legal and Notarial Peals, Irory, QuIW and Wood Tth Ticks, Ntslt Paper Tse, fiis
Pot kit Cutlery, Pocket and Flop Compasses, Finett Kngliab snd A in tic n risyltig Cards, Ciibbar Hoards and tins, CVus).
tert, Chrs men, Checker lioards, Xrsr and NiiTi ftylrs of Chromo Caul. Lalrst ?ly)ca YlMIIng Cards, Mourning Cards,
Paper and Knrtl pes,
A very Large AssortnVt of Chromos to Suit all Tastes,
Including Screp and Screen Pictures, Panel Piclnres and Pun.lsy Pihool Cards, I'lctur Frames, and Mouulsd for fpoelal
Pises, Cap ami Quarto Office and Pocket I'laries for 1877, Scrap, r'l.imp, Autograph and Photograph Albums, Fins Presenlatloa,
Miscellaneous and Standard Works, thett Music, Music Books, l(i hardson's New M thud, and lluulen's Inst run ion Rocks,
SPECIA I. ortDKItS FOR Ml'SIC, IIOOKS.kr, KO II W A It I) K II KAl'll STKAMKK.
FLAT I'Al'KUS, assorted s.aes, FOR SI'KCI A U III.ANK HOOK M AN V PACT I'll K,
OHOKRS FOR IMIIXTINO IMtOMI'TI.V ATTKNDED TO.
has been further supplied with Machinery to meet
PAGE ALL BLANK WORK, PERFORATE AND NUMBER CHECKS
AND CERTIFICATES OF STOCK WHEN DESIRED
Always aiming fur Improvement and expedition In all departments of our business, wt respectfully solicit public palrouags,
and can assure parties that all orders will hare prompt attention.
GASTIaE a&Iffini COOES,
WOULD CALL ATTKXTIOX TO TIIKIR
NEW GOODS TO ARRIVE PER CEYLON
co.NsisTixn or i
AMOSKEAO DKXIMSt A C A-U fc I) TICKINGS. A MIHK KAO IILUK DRILL. ' "
Amoskeag Blue Bleached Cotton, Hickory fetrlpe, Lsngdou llleacbed Cotton,
Ctica Mills, 4-4 Bleached Cotloi, a very superior article. Perkln'a Mills 44 Bleached Cotton, ths cheipest ooltoa lu !
Kxtra Fine, Fine and Medium 4-4 and 7-4 White all Wool Flannels,
A Few Pieces Fancy Flannels for Children's Wear I .
8-Card Matches, Devoe's and Downer's Kerosene Oil !
Shield Iron, Hunt's, Ohio, and Br.y's Handled Axes, Horse and Mnle Collars,
Axe Pattern Shingling and Bench Hatchets, Pick Mattocks. A1",.', ,0r rpades, round pointed;
Crow Bars, Coe'. Wrenches, lZXlV. t&ttESXgur"
Eagle No. 20 and No. 2 Plows.
Brooms, beat and niodium Ksstern luadei
XO 4c XI Ptecl Plows, Wheelbarrows, Ox Tok'-s, Puierior Usrden Hoes, No. 2, B Jfl, tn1 JO-IS Borkcl.
A Superior Assortment Kitchen Marble Ware !
Now much used In place of Porcelain Lined Ware,
Axe. Pick, Matlock, flled?e and llamm r ffnndles, fcythes and HnaUbs, Wood ft.rrups. Lamp Bl.vk, Cut Nails t Is Awd
Cut Spikes and Wrought Nails, AMSIUCAN 7.INC and LKAU PAINTS, COPAL, DAM 1U A CAUltlAUU VARMMIK
A CARKFL'LLT SKLKCTKI IN VOICE OF
KEROSENE CHANDELIERS AND LAMPS ! !
Chimneys of all styles and sia'-s. Lamp and Flower Pols, Bronied Bracks Pland.
JUST RECEIVED VIA 0ML1D WM & STBAUBfl
A SUI'KRIOn AKSORTM KXT OF
SHEIaF II ill 3R 3D W iL BL E !
Via: Door Locks, Butts, cast and brars. asstd. sites; Padlocks, oew style; Hut sad Coat Hooks. Hammers, Hatchets,
Adzes, both ship and carpenters; Rules, Levels, Planes, new style and gat.gs; Uimblet Bits, Jennlng's Bits, 4-14 Is 14 It,
Hollow Augers, Patent Augers, Extension Bits, Bulcher Knives. Pcrew Drivers, Rivets and Burs, Chisels, Awls, Host Bibbs,
I. K. Hose, 3-4, 1 1-2 and 2 Inch; Pupfrior American Table Cutlery, worth examining; Axle Cllj. Horss Nails, llabbrt Melal,
Box Lines, Cooper's Anvils. Hammers, V C route at Levellers.
A fine assortment of W W, Paint, Varni.h and Centrifugal Bra.bei, Festbr Dasters, Mioe, Fbsvlnr, and Meiallll Hair
Brushs. A small hut fine, assortment of TKIPLK ILATKU FLOW Kit V A Call B Us aud Individual Malt BHtles, a new
design. A few Infant Baskets, Moss and Toy Baskets for CListruas.
The XKW SUMMER (l'KEX OIL COOK MTOVK with OVEX and II It O ILK II. Ths grtl
Stove out and sales made ahead of production.
A Small A wort rascal mf NA DDLKR Y. with lamp's ordering cards. Adjustable. Tables, jual th thing for La4.es
Hurricane, Globe and fcual Lanterns. Carriage Bolts, Kagle Brand, all si tea; Mitre Boxes with IHsaton's Haws.
Superior and fine asst. of House Paper & Bordering
Whkb can be seen at and for sale by
The New Charter Oak Law a Mower, Set. Floral Tools for Ladie,' use.
TO ARRIVE BY STEAMER,
A FKW OK DISTO.V FINEST HAW AM) FILKM.
ir The above Good were PurrbnaJd for Cash at llottans Prior aaf sv swill rn4esi
la Sc-ll nt antiafnrtsrr prices lor Coals or Apprsvrd Crrttil. at fta
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &c,
On the Island of Maui.
ALL PERSONS ilAVINfJ CATTLE.
J.. H0KsK, -c, srazins; on the Wailuktt or Waikapu
Couiw o. arc requested to remove the same. If not commuted
for on or before tne 1st day of June, 187a. After said date ail
Cattle, Ac, found tresspassing will be impounded acocd.ng lo
law. All persons wishing to run cattle, Ac. cs said commons,
ran do so by applying to
nEXP.T CORXWF.LL A CO..
N. B. No driving Uoraes, Caltle. Ac , or branding allowed
on said commons without the permlsMon of the said Cornwell
A Co.. or their authorized ageot.
Wailuku. May 22. 1970. to)24tf
VISITORS AT 1IILO. AND PARTIES EN
U'JCTE FOR THE VOLCANO, can And
BOARD AND LODGING
AT REASONABLE RATE3, tt the above establi.hment.
HOUSES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At short notice, and all arrangements made f.f tka trip to the
mountain. (Jr?2Jy) C. K. II A PA I.
A I.T Kit A TIO X IX TIIK.'K I'KKMIIM. AM
EN TS UR THE fflTlY or
JBlanli: JBooXils I
lbs requirements of lbs City, and will hereafter
TIIItfM ti OAT, Merchant Ptrwel, lluoolulu
ALLKX 4 KOUiaiOM.
SUGAR nAGHINERY ! !
r'I!H irNDKRMONKD IIAN JI'RT II K
ML CLI VD per Mail from lbs eelrorated
GLASGOW IUON WOIIKB OF
MESSRS. MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON,
Exact particulars of the coat of
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
Of seventeen different rapacities rsnping
IONO Lb. Sugar la I ( Ilaara at ss Vmmt mf
270, la a FlrslTlnam Vsrnsa Pass
Plaal la uskr 12 Tss. af Sa
tin r In lO Ilsar.al a rs.l
ef 4,410. drllrrred
The undersigned are prepared to recilve orders for surft
machinery, ard to arrant: for freight on same I be shinned
by a NKW IRON CLIi'PEIl Mill' now building lo the
Clyde of 1000 tons burden, to leave GLASGOW on or about
the 16th of February nest.
N. B Orders for all kinds of Machinery and other Kara
peso Merchandise to e shipped by the above vessel, shoald
be sent to the undersigned during th month nf fr pi ember Or
not later than October 10(h. Ha s of freight arranged for.
auM 0REKN, UACFARLANI A CO.