Toe ear-arts for the we-k endicg to-dar re four car-,!
g(M frfrturc lot Saa Kria w and eotue miscella- J
neooB aaatrtisrulisai per Vivid to leaning Iolanl. The
cargoes) fur the C0a.1t indole Zi.'U Ik3 auar and 12I5 j
pk nee. The Amaru aa market for the latter article j
;xntitme to be Terr uninviting for Lippr. The I
leclared value oi the week' cilorU are S!T),VrtA
lomestic produce and I.-&4 foreign, total ill.
The non-arrival of the P. M 3. S. City of New Tori has
een the eaaae of "iue iriSce tf the perishable carj'J
ntamled for her ; several Bale of banaoaa having been
-jxnAm at prim more satisfactory to the buyer- than to
The import of th week are United to the assorted
mrfO of the Mall Steamer, two esrajoei of lumber and
was Sratfc Sea Istasd produce. ;
SaaJi fot tb sUcUUeo hare - ihipeJ freeij
larUH'Hw wwa iiiiinur irit frrcrrble w ercld" t
la tm peeted.-wne; fntn-i of l?rwnnl
aad 'telow current 'xatea ire poka ef. but chief y la
he etM of boys and ycatha. -
Th following 1 Mwn. William.". Diamond at Co.'
Irrmiar. reeWved by the mail ateaTner. San Fran"i.
karca 12. Wl. Since our respects of like nature, dated
:5th, uit we have had more dry weather, and we are
pleaaed to note a siiajM improvement in to traie.
Rainfall to date 27 lacker.
Pronpect ia flattering for a larjje wheat crop thi year.
ia spite of the daawe dona iy excMive rain.
8coAa The demand for reflnel ia artiv at the re
'tocad prtraa of t a cant par pound ail round etab
had Of tba rtCkrrt Ua weak. The New York market
yt both Kenned and Cuba renmug gra'ies, in active aud
rm. the latt.-r having advanced i-c f rom tha recently
rpresaed quotation, being now J lor W per eeiit.
Tne opentaof the Spring trad and the approach of
-t weather. tvanally eeue an appreciation in the value
' auxant in both prxiann an i eonaaming eountne.
Uiuia Laaia remains i'.V (or Pi per rent, and 10 degree-.
JlOUAier The enqnirr is lljht aa there baa not been
aat&clent anpply lately for the vinegar manufacturer
. id they ara uin iiarley. Qu table at 32)4 for choice
i moderate o,'iliUe t- Jobber and at 20 e in large lot.
Rice The market ha Iot its ftrmna-axi. anl the two
p-lncipal ksiddert being competitors, fur the moderate
iiaiid 1t9w Jobber, price are lwrr.. Salt -were
, ad ymterday itic time, and one holder in reported
i offering at i. but the former figure will probably
main a the price, nnlea.i the principal holder deride
t close ont. The large quantity which it was aliened
- mid go to the Eaxtern Statea has not been forwarded.
n Pacific Coast conaasapt ion cannot exceed 50.O Iiaga
. T annum, for sometime. Any excent mutt find an
itlet elwwhere, or be ronwimej by the Chinese. China
h.e la now very low. $t f-3 per loO lb. full weight f jt
o) iccopv and I lei Z 00 for new crop mixed.
WhaXK Ort-Quotable at .TC c.
TaXXOW May be quoted at B fiii C,V. c per lb for render
ed and V, & Tc per lb for bet refined in uhlpping
Wartr Rerrlptit are mnall; we qnote San Jna'jniu and
c othera Tall at 11 Oi, 17 c; Northern 20 Oi, 20 c; Eastern
wrrevatf Kprlng 42 Oi 2 e do Fall limbs 2:1 2 c.
PLOra)U Q Baker Extra M IS; Btarr Milla $4 .
Bbaw fl3 50 per ton. Price will drop when Uorxe
Coi)i2s-'A.ftetitloa in calleil to an advance of one per
at per pound all round which took effect this week.
'.'mam With very few disengaged bips in port,
: .i market la quiet; last charter was a wooden veel at
6d Uverpool direct.
ExcmAJfOE On London fiOdarH 4'J.V- Gti 4'.' "d New York
- ,h l4.peul premium. t .. . ,
kalfAl-lIrch 11, Brig Consuelo. , ,
AAJrfxfk March 11. achr Kosarlo, for Uflo; acbr
uta aprackela. for Kahului. We omit arrivals and
.I p art area already recorded in oar columns. Ed. P.C.A.J
'aor-oam Departures Bkt Wrestler. March ll;Bkt
. '.a, Marco 15: Ukt Discovery, March 16: Bkt II W Almy,
y rcb 32. - Yours faithfully.
Williams. Dimond k Co.
Voaigiia of the City of Kew York, due here on the 21ut
The PMS3 Auetralia arrived here on the 21st iust.
bat before coming into port hoisted tha precaution aig.
11. da not ve&tura near." Captain Carglll wishing to
i certain the condition of our pet ridden city." fas the
' ? Chif aaentiona Honolaln.) before entering the harbor.
' a enqurr.ea reaultau in the Australia coming alonlde
' wharf about 2 pm. and discharging cargo. The
. tatraha sailed about 6 p m for the bouth. No paase.iv-,-.rs
nor cargo were taken from this port to the Colonies.
fho aclit Compeer arrived on the 22ud inst, from Port
'. wnaKUd, with lumber, consigned to llackfeld Jc Co. .
.arer Dean's osuat favors of late papers were received
,y ua. and taroagh tae kindness of Mr Jamea Kobrt--
-i; tj both we return thanks.
rke T C Mnrray, carried a large number of pa.isen--ra
Frisco wards, on the l'Jth inst. The applications
ra tow aaiaeroua for tha accommodationa.
We await with interest the report of the arrivals oat of
tt Lady Lampaam. Atalanta. D O Murray, and Hesperian.
- would not be surprised to hear of the Hesperian,
tiding coastwards first.
Hie German ateamer Lydia. arrived on the 20th inst,
dsys oat from Canton, and anchored outside. . The
I .dia bring l's paasecgera, Chinese, the grmter niim-
r of which. -if wot all. will be employed by C SpreckeU
t ODS- On the 22nd.the Lydia came iusidu ar.a dropped
a. chor at the new quarantine grounds; she is flying the
low-flag at present writing, but bonds having becu
" -en. the prtbabill ties are that the passengers will be
U :.ded. the vessel f umigatel and allowed to proceed on
lx r return to China immediately. This idea is a busi
ness one. eminently proper, aud is in accordance with
he actions ofthe- Board of U-aIth of San Francisco.
Tba miasionary vessel Morning Star, arrived in port
i n the- ma .front a arala? amongst tha Micronealan
''sryti.', ana briars aosaw passengers, tha Dimes of
v hont will be found in the lists published.
Tha steam whaler Belridere, relieved the 'port of a
barrel of spirits fntmmti on the 22nd inst, and then
started dff on a cruise.
Th MtCag vassals of the port bormd to the :oat are
b- nelatew by the- aa arrival of the City of New York.
?via;e ia now being sought, by would-be emigrants,
Tha now steamer Iwalani saile for Kauai on tha 23rd
: t. carrying a large number of contract men (Chinese)
- roata to their destinations.
The Likelike sallel on the 2-ird. for windward ports.
lie Norwegian hark Mnaca sailed from Drammeu.
rway. on tha 23rd November. She has a number or
"( -weglan emigrauU for this port.
1 ha American bark Highflyer sailed from St 31ichaels,
r .res Islands on the l'th Xeacember. for this port
tar'rfkwwHan bark Kale, from Bremen, for this port,
aed off Dover, on the fcth February.
he Kossian corvette Duke of Edinburgh, uu which
i. sea of the) Orand Dake Constantine. is serving as a
't .tenant, sailed February 3rd from Ciibraltar. en route
. .- the Par lac.
' B M S Oannet, arrived at (allao, January 1st. 4" days
; tn Honolaln., ; ' i ,
'he new steamer Iwalani. brought a cargo valued at
'. MT7. including 155 bbls flour, loti ctU barley, mt acks
- 1. llil lbs bread. 269 sckafeed. 110 lbs bay, W) kg
a. 1.12 ctls oats, and 112 pkga provisions.
ha Claus Bprockeia sailed from San Francisco, for
- ? niui. on the 11th inst. with a cargo valuad at $12.:i47.
- consisting in part of 270 bbls flonr. 100 scks feed. &L5
barley. 2u) acks beans. 2i0 bales hay, 30 m ft lumber.
: 10WJ r w posts. , .
ie bark Camden sailed from Port Gamble, on the 11th
, for Honolaln, lumber laden.
le schooner Eosario sailed again from San Fran-
. on the 11th last, for HiK). The damages sustained
her collision with the bark Rival, outside the San
if i sco Heads, have been repaired.
t cho.ti'r Let.tia aaile.1 from Utaalady, on the rd
. for Honofaln. r-he is lumber laden, and comes con
signed to Messrs Hackfeld & Co.
Tha Emms Augusta and Buena Vista were at San Fran
cisco, at '.aat accounts, repairing. Both vessels were to
ail far the bouad. as soon as repaired and load lumber
t Hawaii an 'porta: the Buena rlrta for Honolulu, and
i Emma Augusta for Kahului.
The bark Harvest Home is reported as having conclud
ed miln tn nnmn. anil havlna n.i la.) fw-rr. Cn fen.
ctsc- for Hone ml 4. on the 11th inst The Urvef
noea is coal laden, and cornea consigned to 3Iessrs
Hs.ti.Jd a, Co. ...
JoiLOXO THE WHARVES.
Tha W H Meyer is fully loaded and has also
of paaaeaers. She is at present alnnirl
wbarf. bat will sail to-day or Monday, the 26th
inst : f
Tha rrtaa Eureka Is at the P M S S wharf loadin
a will Carrv Dsssenffers on her on tein and i
' asa bsatla ef Cantaln Xordbnn?. with th
pvwvas htm a capable seaman, and his vessel thoroughly ' f
ra worthy. The Eureka sails about the 1st of April. jT
nvJ rm , - , . . .. . . an
T i''-' -. a iae x.spianaua tUacnarglnff bar
'"i" auuer. rne win return to the Sound abon
tVM ZZK FTJX.
Flickimrer. Cant J r Vnn i in. 1-
w iiiina.n-, v. m .1 . . 1 , . -- : 11
" . "uvoirpug me last 01 ber cargo. ,11
rJ i perssrm, sne will carry a retnrn cargo and
peaarfln rr,nn this port. She sails about tha 31st inst.
Tha bark Kalakaaa ta at present lying at the P M 8 S
wkart. ac retnrna to San Francisco about the 2nd inst
aad Caraaic Jenka wishes passenger to understand that
fc ia rU to carry his - skysails way up."
POUT OP HOITOZ.TJX.TJ, II. i.
rroraff?An'rracIsca, perRlXS Aoitralia, March 13
MiaCfSwi. Lehnn. Mis f, Lehman. Mr A
saa,Capt T Campbell. Mr B F Wing. O V ship
man, Capt L C O . Mrs Hyman, Richard Green. U K
lorrtalar. J Lewi. . Lewis.Master LewifUaa M Kelly,
- JPn- Mrs Thompson. J M Lawlor. 8 P Starr,
Po"'' n4 wife. D Buckley. E U Ricoaxds. Chas
WOalamie; John Asdersos. Wbb Morrisney. yt Drrt-x. Thos
. lrraT. Jl1 Vtera and daughter. A Chari.
Hi- , family, a Leach. J D Roberts, Miss Chase. F
Swift, and 3 Chinese.
TaiT TnD,r.ir.- Pr T C Murray. March 19 f Jan
00m. B G WlgnalL M c Walton. Capt T W Fleming. W C
KlaealJ. P Jaaaon. J he hoe oar. Cap Von ScbmJJl. Miss
w" ,.r? M r-t Gaio Land. Mr Kelahaw and 2
JalT' .JiL1 U W MelaverrfT. A Braden.
a O Kjwjr H D Whit, o E Folger. H Harlow. J Hoss-
?" . J W!'let! Kl"'- p Braalley. A C Arthur. J
I-alaaey, P J Foarfee.k A Magary. and a Chine.
Ban Francisco per Hesperian. March 23 A P
Batata. H WotUr, a Ed warts. A Gate. , -
Far San Francisco, per Lady Lampaam. March 23 Miss
?VT4.11 S t0' Mla Tbaratoa. Mis. FnJW-, Mias 1
Foe San Francisco. rer Atalanta. March 2.J Mr Ctra-cht '
W Tosma;. M Perry. P C MtacbsU, M 0Uanlly, K A Tom- !
From V!crnslaa Islands, per Morning tar, ManJi i
O Rav J 9 Whituey.wifa and children. Rev F Kaad '
wife alt!aetrteT. n K 5awaa and wife.S Kahale
maxaa. Jamea Franer.
Fo Port Townaen.1. pr Martha Kideaat. March 21
H Mal. W Cap.
rbaciti.v vessel is port.
Jalail briftnaf SicoUaa, Tttxat
Asa sehr Compeer. Birkholm.
AJa bktna Katls Flickinger, Voting.
Ana bk Eureka. Xordberjtv
Haw bk Kalakaaa. Jeaaa. 1 . -
Gar stoar Lydia, BoUen, . .
Aa icb Vt H Myr. ; ' ; ' -
ft fetuir C B Binb-.p from Kauai
.0 stinr KlUuae lion from Kahului
.O ch I'ilacia from Kohala
Sch Kankianoli from Hamakua
21 Schr Haleakala from Hilo
Ul- Kekauluohi Hauclei
21 cbr Maiebu. from Kalaca
jl Waioli from Hilo
i", simr James Mskee. from Kauai
j.", S h Prince from Kona and Kan
j" H. U Waiinalu from Kohala
2' 8ch Warsick from Kalaupepe
iTt S b Manuokawal from lianamalu
Mmr Hokolii, for Koolaa
l' Ainu bktne Katie Flickinger, Yonng, 21 days
from Port Townsend
JO Orr stmr Lydia. Bolsen. SI days from Canton
j2 Amn schr Compeer. Birkholm. 22 days from P T
23 Mmionary brig Morning Star, 45 dys fra Ponape
22 P M S S Australia, Cargill, from San Francisco
M h 21 'cbr Lnks. Kohola
22 Swnr C K Bishop, tor Kauai
22 Stmr Kilauea Hou, for Kahului
22 Sch Wailela for Mali to
23 Str Llkolike, W indward Porta
23 Str Iwalani, Kona and Kan
Si Sehr Jenny, from Nawillwili
a Mary E Forster, for Kona and Kan
23 Schr Haleakala Hllo
2t Scbr Liboliho, Onomea
24 Schr Uilama, Oohala
24 Scbr Leahi. Honoipn
2j-scbr Waiehu, Kipahalu
25 Kehaulenhi. Hanalei
2- Kanikeaauli, Honakaa
VJ Am bk D C Murray, Ravens. San Francisco
22 P Mai Australia. Cargil. Australia
2:1 Tier bk Atalanta, ban Francisco
si Eng bk Lady Lampson. San Francisco
Xi Am bg Hesperian. San Francisco
i Am lK Martha Kideout. Wickberg. Pt Townsend
i Sch Vivid. Cawley, Fannings Island
Vesarla far llsaalnlH frsm Fetrrign Parta.
Am bktne Kate SuJJeu. Bate. Newcastle. N S W.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson. Boston
Am lk Cheshire, Batebelder, New York
Am bk Highflyer. Schumann. Liverpool, via St Michaels
Am schr Lettia. Uirlscher, I'tsalady.
Am Bark Harvest Home, Mataon, Departure Bay, via S. F.
Oer bk Musca, Oltman, Drammen
Ger bk Ceuer, Rohlfs, Bremen
Haw bk Kale, Rothfos, Bremen
Haw bk Hawaii, Whitney, South Sea Islands
P M S S City of New Y ork, fieabury, Sydney, overdue.
Bolivian bk Nicolas. Gray. Nanaimo
Haw bk Iolani, Bremen, loading
Am bk Camden. Hardies, Utsalady
Am bk Buena Vista. Calhoun. Port Gamble
Am bk F.rama Augusts. Hod so 11, Port Gamble
Am bk Lizzie Marshall. Port Blakely
. Report of the schr Compeer, Capt Birkholm Sailed
from Port Townseud, Feb 28, wind light SW, westerly
swell, w.ca'.her pleasant. March 9, passed the lat of San
Franci.o, In Ion 129 W. weather still pleasant, with
light westerly winds. Took trades in 29 o Jf. 13s W
From thence to port had light winds and pleasant
weather. Arrived off Honolulu, March 22nd, 22 days
Report of the bktne Katie Flickinger, Capt Y'oung
Sailed from Port Townsend, Feb 26, passed Cape Flat
tery, Feb 2", wind light S and SW, sea heavy, a WSW
swell. Passed lat of San Francisco, in Ion 129 W.
Took trades in 32 N, 131 W, and kept them to port.
Arrived off Houolulu, March 18th. Took pilot on board
at daylight on the 19th. and dropped anchor in Honolulu
harbor at 9 a..m same date, 21 days passage.
Report of the UMS3 Australia, Cargill, Commander
Left San Francisco on March 13th, and discharged her
pilot off Golden Gate 5:20 p. m., met with strong winds
aud cloudy weather; encountered a fresh galo and high
NW sea on the ltth; fresh breeze and cloudy weather with
passing squalls on the 15th. met with light unsteady
winds and smooth sea from the lt'.th to the 20th ; sighted
the Island of Molokai at 3 a m of the 21st and received
pilot off Honolulu at noon.
Report of the biiantine Morning Star, Captain Bray,
Sailed from Honolulu, June 21st, 1830 and bad light winds
and splendid weather to Butara Tari. where we arrived 28
days out. Communicated with shore and finally anchored.
From thenc proceeded to Apiang, Gilbert Islands and landed
Messrs. Walkup and Taylor and their families, also S. Kahea
and wife, native teachers. The brig Hazard lea the same
day that we arrived. Sailed from Apiang on the 4th of
A a;ast, and touched at the following islands of the Gilbert
Group, Marcki, Apemama, Tapiteuea, Maiana and
Tarawa, and from this Utter port returned to Apiang arriving
back on the 27th of August. During the trip among these
islands mentioned, had extraordinarily pleasant weather.
After obtaining water, sailed aaain on the 30th of August, for
a second cruise through the Gilbert Group, and arrived back
at Apiang, 00 the 1st of October. Nothing of special moment
oceured during this cruise. October 2nd, sailed for Ktuaie, of
the Caroline Islands, and arrived there on the lGih of October.
Sailed from thence for the Marshall Islands on the 22nd of
October, and afterwards to tbc Slortlock Group and other
islands to the westward. Arrived at Ponape, 29th January,
and replenished water and fuel. Sailed Feb 7th for Honolulu,
and arrived in po rt, March 22nd ; 41 days days pasiage, and
from a cruise of 0 months and one day. All well.
From Micronesian Islands, per Morning Star, March
22 C2i galls cocoanut oil, 300 cocoa nut mats, 1000 cocoa
nuts. 20 pkgs shell and corals, and lot mats, to E O Hall
Froru Port Townsend. per Corupeer, March 22 34810 ft
dreised lnmber, :V.i30 ft rough lumber. 122.730 sbngls,
II Hackfeld Co; 19 bbls salmon, 6 bgs potatoes, Capt
From t'tsalady. per Katie Flickinger. March 19 5C7,
ft rough lumber. U0I3 pickets. 3 bedsteads and beds.
H Ua kfe' d k Co.
From Sail Franclsoo, per Australia. March 221 bx
plants. 7 pkgs misc uidse, W G Irwin Jc Co; 50 scks pota
toes. 10 cs butter and milk, O Along; fi pkgs tobacco,
nollister k Co; 8 pkgs bware and 1 do samples. Hackfeld
k Co; 4 pkgs mehnery, 77 pkgs bread, 50 mats rice. 1 cse
clothing. T II Davies fc Co; CI bxa potatoes. A W Pierce
10 pkgs trees, etc, A W Bush; 345 pkgs cigars and dry
goods, 1 cse tweeds, Hyman Bros; 3 pkgs drags, 1 bx
clothing, 1 cse pnmps and fittings. Castle & Cooke; 80 bxs
potatoes, Capt Uweu; H bxs onions, 12 do apples. Screso.
vich k Co: 1 bx coin, 1 do books. F A Schaefer k Co; 1 bx
silver. Bishop & Co; 1 bx jewelry. A Jaeger; 80 pkgs misc
mlse to address and order; and 13,020 pkgs in transit to
the Colo xies.
For San Francisco, per D C Murray, March 191350 bgs
sugar, 6J2 bbls molasses, 25 beer kegs, 320 hides, 276
bncha bananas, 04 pkgs empty bottles. Dom value.
$10,213. For value, $200.
For Fannings Island, per schr Vivid, March 22 lot
groceries, hay. grain, clothing and misc mdse. For
valne, 1,234. 63.
For San Francfsco, per Hesperian. March 23 6510 pkgs
sugar, li5 bncha bananas. Dom valne, 142,205.02.
For San Francisco, per Atalanta. March 239019 pkgs
and 8J kgs sugar. 59S bgs rice, 7 bgs coffee, 2C0 bnchs
bananas. Dom value, f r,7,Ool.;9.
For San Francisco, per Lady Lampson, March 23 8832
pkgs sugar. 172 bbls molasses, 28 pkgs hides, 647 bgs
rice, Dom value, $4,453.07.
Henby New At Waiakes. Hilo, Hawaii, March 13th.
a native of Christchurch. New Zealand, aged about 29
years New Zealand papers please copy.
s A I V A I t II 1 H 1 nn lltech ' Kwv rat h,lir.il irl fa
of Anin, and daughter of the late Henry Gordon, of
waiaiua. Ageu ij years.
Pukvis. On the 5th, of March, at Kohala, Hawaii, to
the inexpressible grief of her family, Annie Josephine
yi un i, uie oe.
Wfed 19 years.
rurvia. the beloved daughter of Robert and Annie Purvis,
iu this city, March 23. to the wife of Frank Gertz 1
waio. Wednesday. 23rd March, to the wife of A
t wright. Juur., a daughter.
this Citv. March 19th to tho wifn rf Varloitinir
I - ' - -r
xweuwumi it. r.. uresiey jacason, Koyai avy, or
daughter. English and Australian papers please co py.
K 11 17 n
.' TH PACIFIC
SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1881.
Mr, Martin, our Consul and Charge in
Paris, has tendered hi3 resignation to the
Government. This loss of a well informed
official in the chief city of Europe ia regret
tablo at this time when His Majesty is
expected to visit Paris. But we hope the
Ministry will advise Her Royal Highness
to promptly fill this consular vacancy, by
appointing a gentleman, who can be readily
found we believe, who will appreciate the
honor of the position, and who will have
the means to extend some little hospitality
to our King when he passe, that way
The venerable Kaiser AVilhelm, "cele
.brated his eighty-fourth birthday on
Tuesday, the 22nd Inst, About sixty-five
years ago, a gallant young Prussian cap
tain, accompanying Blucher and the allied
army( rode into Paris, and made love to,
and captivated a pretty Parisian girl
Fifty-seven years later, this same captain
rode into that city as conqueror ; and at
thin day, as Emperor of the most powerful
military state of Europe, the wonderful
Hohenzollern Chief, placing still the war
rior's helm upon hi octogenarian brow,
rides firmly before his hosts at Berlin.
" laonc. liv th KaT.lhflIaV.L t
When we discussed the bubject of a
marine railway on the 12th inst., we ex
pressed an opinion, that the Minister of the
Interior had better defer action and ex
penditure until the exigencies of the epi
demic and other pressing matters had been
satisfied. And now the Ministry call upon
the Privy Council to authorize an extraordi
nary draft upon the public treasury, not to
exceed fifty-thousand dollars, for re
quirements of the Board of Health. It
will not appear well to the country, nor be
approved by a Hawaiian Legislature, that
the Government should be pressing ex
penditure upon a public improvement not
now pressingly needed, whilst it has to
make extraordinary drafts upon the
treasury, and possibly may have to borrow
money, in order to promote the public
We have seen a letter signed by the
three Hawaiian yonng men, Wilcox, Boyd,
and Booth, now abroad, dated Feb.
Rome, Italy, ani addressed to H. R. H. the
Princess Regent, in which they complain
that they are without mean3 of support,
and that Mr. Moreno, obtains the means
for their living out of his estates," of
which they are "eye-witnesses." It is a
misfortune, and an injury, to the good
name of this Kingdom that these young
men, who are known to have gone abroad
on public account, should be in the posi
tion of mendicants in a far distant foreign
land. Of course we have in view the ex
ceptional influences and circumstances,
which occasioned and attended their de
parture from home, in which none of those
now in authority had any part. But there
is no reason why a proper provision should
not be made for the young men, out of the
appropriation for the education of Hawaiian
youths abroad, under other and different
direction than that with which they set
out ; and we hope that new arrangements
are made in reference to those young men,
and probably carried out by this time.
The King's tour around the world, is the
occasion of a good deal of newspaper com
ment abroad ; critical as well as compli
mentary ; some of which is based upon
tolerably correct information, and some
mere invention and ignorant conjecture.
We are astonished at some of the absurd
remarks that appear in highly respectable
European journals, but the London Tele
graph makes the pertinent and apprecia
tive remark: " Instances have occurred in
history of subjects going out to seek a
king,but never before has a king started
on a tour round the world to find subjects."
And this purpose of King Kalakaua's
journey, will command the sympathy and
good will of the statesmen of Europe ; who
awhile ago admiring an Emperor of Brazil
going abroad to attend scieatific congresses
and in quest of knowledge, will still more
admire the native ruler of the Hawaiian
Islands, who having declared that " Hoou
lu Lahui," increase the people : is the
watchword of his reign, traverses oceans
and continents, that he may find people ;
men, women and children, to invite to come
and enjoy the rich soil, the salubrious
climate, and the freedom of his insular
The following new cases are reported since
the list published by us last Saturday was
Annie, w, Waialna
Li Pohakahi, k,
Makanlu, k "
Kawaiala, w, "
Kawelo, k, "
Benj Kealohu, k, "
Malie, v, Waiinalu
Kelikia, w, Puunui
Keaona, k, "
Kaina, k, Leleo
Mrs Ah Ilin, v, Kalihi
Mannel Petro, k, Beretania at, near MeKibbin's
Piipii lani, k,
Mabch 22 d.
Keliiholokahiki, w Puukolo
Henri Kaaka, k Kaumakapili
Lee Fai,k, " Meefoo," Palania
Keawe, k, Kaakopua
Hanale, boy, Kaumakapili
Simon Kukuna, k, Manoa
Label a Nui,-w,
Lahela Liilii, girl,
Chan Chen, k,
D. Kapahukula, k,
Kahuhn girl, "
Kalua boy, Puiwa
Kani k, Leleo
Kalanialii w, Kikihale
Keawe k, "
Kau w, Kohololoa
Kuaana Kaoo w, Kaumakapili
Loke Antone w, Kamanuwai
M, Kamahana w, Puukolo
Keaka w, Kaumakapili
Wuhineokai w, Leleo
Kacwal&nole k, Auwaiolimu
Mary w, Kaumakapili
No case on t'ae 25th.
On Tuesday a case of smallpox was
covered amongst the passengers ex Mw
Foo. These men have been kept in quar
ters entirely distinct from those of passen
gers by other vessels and, at the time the
case was found,21 days had elapsed since the
last previous discovery. A very large
number of the Mee-Foo's coolies had been
shipped during the two or three days
previous to this case of disease making its
appearance so that there is unhappily no
assurance that some of these may not have
carried the smallpox away with them.
This discovery occasions grave doubts as to
whether the period of sixteen or seventeen
days which the Board of Health has adopt
ed for quarantining suspected persons is
adequate. A very similar occurrence took
EI ace on shore, where, three days after a
ouse on Merchant street had been relieved
from quarantine after 17 days isolation, a
fully developed case of small-pox was dis
Report of the Small Pox Hospital.
For the week ending at IS a.m. of Friday
March 25th, ISSl.
Patients in Hospital March 18th, 120
Received from town,
Broke out on premit-es, 7
Remaining March 22d,
Charles T. Rodgers, m.d.
Honolulu, March 25th, 1881.
A disturbance which threatened to be of
a serious nature occurred last night onboard the
steamer Lydia. The quarantine police were in
formed about midnight that there was trouble on
board, and fetched off from the shore some half
a dozen volunteers, but on arriving alongside,
these were so severely pelted with coals pro
bablythat they beat a retreat, in order to
secure further assistance. Governor Domi
nis being communicated with, ordered out
a detachment of thirty of our much decried and
criticised soldiery, who tn conjunction with the
police, surrounded the vessel and took posses
sion of her. Meanwhile the repeated discharges
of firearms on board the vessel had caused great
alarm on shore to the limited number who heard
them. The captain and officers of the vesssl
fired over the heads of the mutiners and then
drove them off the deck by turning a full head of
steam on to them, and when they retired below,
battened the hatches upon them and they remain
prisoners in their quarters.
Ice for Small -Fox.
From numerous experiments made in the great
Hospital at Posen, Prussia, it appears that ice is
a most effectual remedy against smallpox. One
of the patients, in a fit of delerium, escaped to
the garden where the snow lay two eet deep.
There he remained the whole night, with no
covering but his shirt. On the following morn
ing the fever had dissapeared and the pustules
This strange circumstance attracted the
physician's attention, and, after consultation,
they determined to keep the temperature of the
small pox wards very low, and apply small
quantites of ice to the patients. The results
surpassed their expectations, and at the end of
a week all the patients had recovered. New
Thcrsday, March 24th, 1881
Before His Honor the Chief Justice.
ANOTHER CHINESE IMMIGRANT CASE.
On the petition of Chuni Lung, made on be
half of Chow Beck Git and Won Kuen Leong,
a writ of habeas corpus was issued on Wednes
day last, calling on David Dayton to produce
the two last named Chinamen said to be unlaw
fully detained in his custody, .The petitioners
were passengers by the steamer Septima. The
case was taken at 11 a.m., on Thursday. The
petition is simiiar in character to those tiled last
week on behalf of others, and the return to the
writ differed only from previous ones by the
following passage: "And as a matter of fact,
said petitioners and nearly all of said immi
grants . are persons without visible means of
support, and said petitioners are now in debt
for their passage from China to this country and
if allowed to depart before they have obtained
engagements to labor are liable to become a
charge upon the community."
Mr. Hartwell demurred to the return as to the
sufficiency of its allegations, and excepted to the
following averments as irrelevant, viz (1) that
the men are in debt and (2) that small-pox is
prevalent in this city and interisland traffic is
restricted by the Board of Health.
The Court ruled that as to the matter referred
to in the first part of the demurrer it was of a
private nature and must be struck out. To this
ruling Mr. Austin consented. The Court further
said that the allegation as to the prevalence of
small-pox was irrelevant, but that it might be
argued, as also the point as to the men not
havins been alleged to have come here as labor
ers or servants.
His Ex. H. A. P. Carter was sworn and gave
evidence as to the landing of the immigrants per
Septima by his authority as President of the
Board of Immigration, and that he had at the
time stated that they would not be allowed to
leave the reef, except with permission from that
Board. He had written a letter to this effect
but a copy of it could not be found. The land
ing was allowed on the representation of the
Port physician that it was necessary.
Chow Kung Sun was then examined. He was
a passenger per Septima and knew petitioners
and other passengers. He knew that they came
to find employment as field laborers. He knew
this because they said so before the Mandarin
and before an English commissioner and the
Inspector of Emigration who was a Chinaman.
Mr. Carter recalled said, " I think the letter
stated that they were held by order of the Board
of Health, and would be released on order of
the Board of Immigration, when it was satisfied
that proper security was given.
Mr. Hartwell then addressed the Court on be
half of the petitioners. He would treat the mat
ter as one of pure law. He did not deny the right
of an independent nation to exclude objection
able aliens. But if he conceded that the Gov
ernment had the right to restrict the entrance of
immigrants to the Kingdom, or to send them
awav, that was far from bein an admission that
in the present case they were oxecising that
power legally. The Legislature could not dele
gate its power to make laws to another body
Even if the Ordinance relied on, were held to be
only a by-law, it could only be made within the
strictest limits of the authority conferred on the
body promulgating it. 'Ihere was no definition
of the authority of the Privy Council. The
power to make penal legislation must be ex
pressly conferred. He contended that these
men were not legally held, even under the Ordi
nance. It says that immigrants coming by
license of the Board " shall not be permitted to
land. ihese men came of their own accord,
and not by license of the Board. Moreover they
were already landed. The men are ashore, and
the Ordinance could not apply to them.
Mr. Austin for the respondents, said the argu
ment was narrowed to one of technicalities. He
denied that the Ordinance was a penal law it
was in tne nature ol a police regulation. He
had no doubt of the right of the Legislature to
delegate authority to make such an ordinance. It
must be well understood in any country that we
did not want paupers here, and if. this Board of
Immigration allowed such a thing, the King and
the country would denounce their action. The
word "permission," in the Statute of 1868, was
strong enough to cover the length and breadth
of this thing. The petitioners were not already
inhabitants of this country. It was but as if the
planks of the Septima's deck were extended; and
they ther-selves had consented through their
agent to such conditional landing.
Mr. Hartwell in reply laid chief stress on the
fact that in the return to the writ it was sworn
that the men had been landed, and that it was
impossible for the Government to say according
w iaw, mai tney were not landed, in order to
make the Ordinance applicable to them.
His Honor said that he had given the subject
much attention already, and would at once state
hi3 opinion. The question had come down to
the authority of the Ordinance. He held it to be
a mere regulation and that there was no hard-
snip in complying with it. It was clearly a
necessary rule, as if two were admitted uncon
ditionally why not 600 or 2 or 3000 ? In his
view the men have not been admitted to the
Kingdom, they are but at the threshold. The
petition would not prevail.
Mr. Hartwell noted an appeal.
LETTER FROM J2JJR0FE.-1T0. 4L
from oce REGCXAR corhesposdkxt.
London, February 20th, 1881.
The news of King Kalakaua's arrival at San
Francisco and his proposed tour round the world,
was received here with considerable interest,
some of the daily papers containing leading com!
ment on the subject, which as nsual exhibited
more or less dense ignorance about Hawaii and
its people. The Telegraph, however, seems to
make a good point in saying Instances have
occurred in history before now of subjects going
out to seek a King, but never before has a King
started on a tour round the world to find
C. C MORENO.
Italian papers report that Sign or Moreno, ex
niinister of Hawaii, is now revisiting his native
country for the purpose of placing three of the
King's nephews in an Italian college to be edu
cated and to select some officers to drill the
King's soldiers, He is also the bearer of letters
from his sovereign to King Humbert, Garibal
and the composer Verdi, whose music it seems Je
warmly admired at the Hawaiian Court,
THE HAWAIIAN ARMY.
i Bremen paper has published the following
item, which although evidently not quite free
from mistakes, conveys some interesting new s.
The 400 men of the army of the Sandwich Island
Kingdom are at present being supplied with new
uniforms at Bremen. King Kalakaua is a waini
admirer of the German Army, and therefore
desires his troops to wear the same uniforms,
with the exception that the epaulettes will con
tain his monogram. The army consists of 100
cavalry, who are to receive the uniform of the
Yellow Dragoons, and 3(M) infantry. A young
man from Bremen, is the reorganizer of the
army, and in default of Kanaka commands, he
has introduced German ones. All the 400 uni
forms for officers and men, also including some
for the King himself, have been ordered to
ENGLAND IN THE PACIFIC.
The London Gazette of December 31, con
tains the following : " Downing street, Decem
ber 30. The chiefs of the Island of Kotumah in
the "Western Pacific Ocean, having prayed that
they might be brought under the sovereignty of
the British Crown, Her Majesty has been
graciously pleased to direct Letters Patent to be
passed under the Great Seal of the United King
dom, declaring that the Island of Botumah aud
its dependencies shall form part of Her Ma jesty's
dominions and shall be annexed to the colony of
Fiji. Two Parliamentary papers have just been
issued with regard to Samoa, one containing a
treaty of friendship between H. M. the Queen
and the King and Government (Malo) of Samoa,
signed at Apia, August 28, 1879 and the other a
convention between Her Majesty and the King
and Government of Samoa, for the government
of the town and district of Apia, signed at Apia,
September, 1879. King Malietoa, of Samoa, has
since tUed at Sawaii ; his nephew Malietoa Lau
pepa succeeds him." F. B.
Am BREWSTER, OF NEW ZEALAND
wlli find a letter at thia office. , mar26 It
AX AMERICAN GENTLEMAN OF Ex
perience in teaching, in colleges, private instilKutiona
and priva'; families is willing to give instruction In privxte
families, the lunuaes and English (tranche included. Sat
isf clory references and certificate; will be furnished. Ad
dreH, N., this o3ice. mar28
TO LET.-TW0 ROOMS,
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, with
Stable, etc., if required. Separate entrance. Apply at
65 Punchbowl Street,
fllHE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY INFORMED
I that CUING (UN I1IM is the only authorized liuainess
Agent of Yuen Kee & Co., havin; the power to receipt bills,
collect moneys, or contract debts fur our Arm
YUEN KEE & CO.
Honolulu, March 21st, 1881. It
H. -V.. MOORE,
JOB PRINTER !
f 04 Fort Street, above
BILL. HEADS. CIRCULARS. LETTER
and Note Heads, Business and Visiting Cards. Printed
in First-Clars Style, at Kea.onable Kates. marl9 '81 ly
To Plantation Owners or Agents.
The undersigned, a competent Engineer, a fir. l-class Black
smith, and a capable wood-worker and Carpenter, desiivs a
position on a plantation. As evidence of his being able to
do his wo.-k in either of the above branches, he is willing to
serve a term on trial. Uood city relereoce3.
AddrrM ' ENGINEER,"
GIIOCEIU' HE FEED STORE
NO. 109 KING STREET.
O . W O L F E
HAS OPENED A
GROCERY AND FEED STORE
Where he will be pleased to serve his
friends and the public in general,
With any Article in His Line !
LOWEST MABKET PJUCES
RECEIVED EVERY WEEK
D- GIVE HIM A CALL.
&2. G. CORREIA,
No. 63 Hotel fctreet, Honolulu,
Sealer in Ladies', Gentlemen's and
BOOTS AND SHOES !
My Stock is Imported direct from the Manufac
turer?, and as I pay but one profit, I
am enabled to sell first-class
GOODS AT LOW PRICES !
RE-OPENING OF THE
By the Kind Assistance of Numerous Friends, the Subscriber
Begs to Inform the f ubiic that tne
RE-OPENED ON SUNDAY
MARCH 13th, 1831.
ICr The Table will be Supplied with the Best that the
Market Affords, and the Attendance to Customers' Wants and
the Reasonable Prices, are Hoped to Ensure a Patronage
from a Generous Public.
marl2 1m MRS. L. DK JEAN.
FOR HONGKONG !
THJS A 1 STEAMSHIP
2000 Tons Register, PAULSEN, Commander,
Due here on or about Saturday, March 19,
IMMEDIATE DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT !
FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
mar 19 AGENTS.
)ERSONS WISHING TO HAVE VIEWS
of bouses or any out doar photography done, can have
Pictures in First-Class Style,
By applying to the undersigned, at 1 37 Fort street.
xi, 1. CHASE.
Honolulu, Jan. 18th, 1881. ja28
A HOUSE TO REST, CO VTA 151 1 KG AT
least four Urge rooms, besides kitchen and oct-housea
fc26 . - ADVERTISER OFFICE.
R. W. L MIS IS AUTHORIZED TO
sign oar firm name, by procuration, from this date.
' l. w. MACFARLANS i
Honolulu, January 17tb, 18S1 ja22.
DININ& SrLDf.cn PARLORS,
Nos. 76 and 78 Hotel Streets,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient !
billiaeds, TO ALL CONGER
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
MEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT A lala HOURS.
HENRY J. HART, (jal 81) ELLIS A. HART.
NEW LAW OFFICE.
tellor rt Ln and Geuc.a' Laod Aenl rod Collector,
...:n :n .it rstirr. nf itiA h.fvtral Inland In the Kfnf
doai. Office first room over the tore of DilliJhttm ft Co.,
Enri KtiM.pr Hnnnlillll. w
milli FIRM of i;huu wh -'
1 KKS in Jewelry, in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands,
is composed of the following memDers : ljuhj un iiu.
marl2 3t m""" "
. . . .t r . , f i.-i inTT 1 flf1. f'dKTl llV'a
Ar I r. ua svw c u a j - -
1 G Parlor and Three Bed Rooms. Dining Room, Large
.. . .... . . . x r? ut.Kio. Kirn-
ram ry ana micneu; aiso, lyarnit-je uua.c j
ated n Nauanu Road, just above tl'e First Bridge, near Mr.
cumia s resilience. or lunurr iiuruii.w.
ii art RKO at the Aator House. Hotel HL
Hnnnliiln. FcliruarT 16th. 18S1. fel9 tf
O.A.K PLANK ! COMPLETE SUIT FOB
Front One to Eight Inches,
Long Lengths Tor Sale in Quantities to Suit
fe5 3m by TIBBETS & 80BENPON.
WING WO TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand
At their Fireproof Store, opposite Moesman's, Nuuanu street,
A FULL LINE OF
JAPAN and CHINA TEAS,
Both High and Low Priced, according to Quality.
Also 1 foil asst. of Plantation Sopplifs, all kinds
Always on hand a LARGE STOCK OF RICE,
iney Deing Agents lor three plantations.
A few of those FAXCY SILK PARLOR SCREE.1S left
jal'olly WING WO TAI St CO.
SPECIAL NOTICE I
The Undersigned calls attention to all parties who have
ROOMS & HOUSES TO RENT,
and who desire to place the Agency in my hands, will And it
specially to their advantage, as my intention Is to advertise
Both in California and the Colonies, and on
and establish a line of business long needed In this community.
Hy Patronage solicited at once Call or address,
JOSEPH K. WISKMAN,
Office, 27 Merchant Street, opposite the Bank. ml2 lm
in IVortli K" oliala. I
HE UNDERSIGN El BEING OBLIGED
to leave the islands offers ror sale, in lots to suit buyers,
THE WHOLE OF HIS PROPERTY IN X0RTII
Consisting of Cane and Pasture Lands,
Houses, buildings and Wharf, Horses, Cattle,
Cane anl Horse Wagons,
Building and Wheelwright Materials,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. FI RMTl'RE, .., Jte.
07 If not sold by the 1st day of June, the above will be
oflertd at Public Auction.
For terms, ace, apply to
marl9 2m S ST A 1 IVES. Kohala.
FOR aJLLE !
NE-EIGHTII INCH HOOP IRON IN THE
1 Inch, lj lnth, IJ inch, 2 lveheg, and inches.
THE ABOVE IS
For Sale in Quantities to Suit,
by J. H. BRUNS,
at his Cooperage on the Esplanade.
mar 19 lm
TO I-. E T !
NICE COTTAGE ON BERETANIA
Xm. Street, between Victoria and Fiikoi rtreets, lately occu
pied by the undersigned. Thia Cottage contains eight rooms
and a k'tchen. Government Water laid on. The yard Is very
bervants' Cottage, Carriage House, and several very nice
Box Bulls, Chicken Uouse, vc.
For particulars, apply to
mar!9 lm B. J. AGNKW.
,4 LL PERSONS HAVING CL,AIM AGAINST
JJL the Kstate of the late Frederick W. K. Beck ley. are
uereDy no.iaeu 10 preseni ino same wnoin six months t.om
this u.' te, duly authenticated, and with proper vouchers, or
the same will be forever barred; and all persons indebted to
said Estate are requested to mace prom'K payment lo
EMMA M. BKCKLkY.
Executrix, or to
J. M. DAVIDSON,
her Attorney, No. 27 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Honolulu, February 19th, 1881. je18 9m
THE 1KDERsluNEll HEREBY NOTIFIES
all partiea who have left Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, or other
articles with CHUNG HOY, No (2 Nuuanu Street, that he
will dispose of the same at auction if not called for before the
expiration of THREE MONTHS from this date.
LOO CHIT 8AM 4c CO.
Honolulu, March 17th, 1881. maris lm
Royal Hawaiian Planters' Association. Tho jVEnto JYV&
mm r. ARf' icli TO STATE that
WW In lh Hon a..t : . ..
. "- '"": J " r-eoce, bjh.. UHOUEiS has
r ' "", ' "7." " uisposai or the Aisocit -
Hon, and has consented to receive all communications, and to
afford all such imormat!oo as mar be desired on the Dart o
OFFIC&-13 KAAIIfJMANU STREET.
jj ""y , MaSUFACIUREliS OF
u,A.a. auuiii rt'recitullv
offer his -rk aa ad . . .
. f '"iikiiiiiiii capacity tn other eourama
and thr-e in thia. H r.u .1 a,.. Zi" 1 c Junirua,
nii.- t, .JT ..T ' " PIHB la
Good Heferences Given if Ecqnircd !
om Aaaress Box 121, p0,t OfBce, Houelulu.
ACt. ACCOUNTS DDE AND OWING To
thePAcmt: riiiiurJi . . .i!J!." T JJ AO
. . . , . . vwMbbviauaiISKTlBbtt UDubii
to and tnclud g thia anis h. . . "" iii ymcaj up
J. H. Black on "v. A n A . ii i . ""1 with
will be wttled by P o tne wm, dat
vinnniiiirt innHa( ja iooa
SITUATION AS DAILY GOVERNESS
assist with M7.e Wo U aK.. VVUld
l. Alvertlser Offlce.
B. O. ALLS!.
it. r. aoaissoa.
faints, Oils, Nails,, 4c, 4c.
KSKAULUOHI. " -
MART ELLEN, : . i
oopma, oawauaa Islands. it
PMSMH Gill ,
ff W I, W VERS, DOCTORS. Ml OP
1 Klre Departments, Military Drsanifmi
this Kingdom, to know that
We Have Just Imported, Direct
gow. Through Our AgetjQ Jj
Peelback & Cn
100 Suits of Scotch V T
Made Expressly for this Market Bl,pei
ITnequalol, to bj Mil at the Lowest
Our Very Fine Genevi . I
SCOTCH TWEED p j
.a.!, a jrair most uunc Tr
Our Whitney Pilot Cloth Over-Coals, ai $7 nJ (
Fine Canton Flannel Plilrtx and fr
Tender Feet Socks. 10c, 16c, 25p., &0c. and!.
Gents' Fancy Neck Ties, "5c. a d'wui JJJ
Genuine Florida Water, 75c. a bultlr;
1,000,000 Other Articles too Numn JXA-I
The Great Arctic Pod a on Prim'
1 ' ' '
Fine Cigars, Fifty In a Hot 1 ' '
All to be Had at the Great E
5 LARCE 5
Being determined not only to keep up withth
keep head of all comp'titora, I have had gotd
LaARGE : II HOMOS. 13 by 18 luclifi1""''
shall give THE FIVE FREE to everr ,n u
the FIKKSIOE VISITOR I In alliu '
shall not only keep the VISITOR up to iu i
ard, but sha'l materially improve It during I
nromos are made In pure Oil Colors, and are I
colors, and any description 1 mljiht attempt H ,1
vould not do them justice, yel I will (live our rek W ii
description of fiem, in order that they can ft. I
ineir loveliness i ;
No. 1 is One Chrorao Aone In pure Oil CI"M U W,
ings, size 13 by 18 Inches, entitled! f
Beware ! Beware ! for
" She Is fooling thee,
She is fooling ibee,
Trust her not
Oh, trust her not ! "
tr of j
This auliiect is represented hv a hoamlirul r0re
ill a ruatin r) m i r li.nu. 1 1. l,n ......v. .... k
oltl elm tree t ahaa ! rnit ........i . h k.
uaKiciauauKiug aown over ner stiouuiers; la awn
er of beautiful flowers. Near by Is a beautiful wnbel
i . i. .ii . . . . .
u mo umiance lower mountain peaks. Taken
ueiy picture tne Deautiful lady In the run
thoughtlul mood, luxuriant foliage all around, (
flowers, the landscape, with the blue catiop) i
all combine to form an enchanting sce,e, sml '
iub is'i anal ail.
No. 2 is a fine Oil Plimmn i, on i
ches. entitled t ' ' '
A llPBnflful trtrl rt , .1 1.. 1
hairarVwital lik . . 1 ... . , 1 .
. .v.. wiui uu u uu iier neau, tne wiiw '
her golden locks, hlie lina her n,.nn lull nl hJ
beautiful picture of childish beauty and Innocenwi wl
lain to nou .avor in the eves of a)L The color of
scape Is very floe. In the distance is sees .
home. The picture, as a whole. Is very beautia! K
oatura. It is well worth the price of a year'i
the KIRK.HIHE VISITOR, yel every
the VISITOIC a year, and the five chroma i.
sum of One Dollar.
No. 3 is a fine Oil Chromo in 20 colors, siu H
es. entitled i j
Happy Dreams of Child u
This Beautiful Chrorno renrearnt a aleenlnrcbl1
ful girl of three years of age. rthe Issweetlf f7
her doll clasped in ber hands. Over and abon Oi
angel forms scattering flowers and hlesaings o '
the dear one. Beside her couch is sunns her
watching ber child, while her bands have ptuM-'
needle work on which she I. eniraired. It tot .
sweet pic lure, aad will find a warm ilace In rtrt
heart in the land. The child aleenin. an sweeU)
hovering around Ite lips, the angel forms o'er hv!
watching her dear one, the rich drsperles s
the room mske a rare picture cf loveliness. It
a rare painting by one or the old maalers, and JfvY
appreciated by all.
No. 4 Is a fine Oil Chromo in SO colors, sit V '
es, entitled: are
ThissuLlect represents a beautiful Italian f''f
her native cottume. the ia what is known as a :.
Ian, and earns ber livelihood lv her violin snO
has played and sane to the crowd. and has ouin a '
right arm over and around ber violin, whl
outstreched, thus mutely appealing tolhei nblit.
what they may. It Is a lovely picture. TLc I'r' Ht
A strolling player, is rarely beaulllul thr r4- W
expression of the fae could but mske tbe looat t
way Into their pockets, and civa her a few pnD -
oi ine richest pir tores we b set i lor loanr
iumIu out iq Oil Colors, an. I is equal In till r
y i palr.tiii-, and few can te'! ahetber it Is as -n
Oil I'aiMlrrg, so faithfully it l rtpr,lncrA 1b-
to fall iu loewiiB Hat once,
snl tvry one a
No. 6 is a toe Oil Chromo in SO colors
ef, entitled i
1. ft renreseiiK I
ful Italian girl (entirely unlike tbe other.)
Street Musician, earning er livelihood with bv
t, l s ' . a . t.s sats4ln-JaL at IWl saw f V .
reward in tbe share ol shining silver Pj
i,..r.v i a h.u a am 'Is of de III ht. air I
hovers oj her lius. sod her face Is radiant. It is t
-s "f I
J o r':
aeitf picture. This Chrome .ne t.wor twi,a. W , .
year's subscription o v - -' .,
ionacribera will receive the FIVE forejoUg IkMT
... aar ak' W af A U aa aaBhaa ss a-.S sV minUt 'j
..... ..... f i
That each subscriber receives tne lorefMM i ;
L.AKGK BEAUTIFUL. CIIKOW 'fi
both papers and chromos are seno posipaia in
publisher in this country ever effered so ""' j
dolUrand fulfilled it. I promise enly wbst I no i
Ths undersigned. 8ole AcenU for tbe DW"'" ,
would respectfully notify the inhabitants of tills
the above only covera poetage throughout the Cb'1- j
that tha nawailan postage is EXTBA for Chromoi .
BubserrpUo covering all xpeMM- tl.2 a ye'
Subscriptioq List now open. XI
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