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Phases o: the Moos for the South of April, 1874
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BOlfOLVIC, A PHIL 1st. tT4.
Amvh vhilm hare renaersiatscd at thin pnrl the past
week, inrtn linf Ilie aarene7r, A.lerntnrrr. and Tnjrnr Tbe
list of wbal'rs errt.ee thai .prior, in an follow :
An hart, Ml W..llae Mitchell, clean.
An. hark Marea... Barnes. 13n Mill sperm.
lira. Uui Atlrenteret, llcreudera. clean.
ICn.- leu T...-01. Willisr.... lean
Ta-o nlner are reported at Hawaii. rls :
Am. hark Java 2d, Flaber. at liawaitiae. loft tilde errrn.
Ani hark rrofTaaa, Powden. at Kenlakekoa, 111 tl.U .perm.
Mil nf the ahip will gn to the Arctic tanarli iW will
dwbliaat ktf the Orhiaak, wntcl. baa Dot bees ranted kj
whain lor aerarat yearn
Thr- hri( Koh't Cowan arrired on Ponder from Prdnr . with
SSI ton con;. an4 a few t.si of merchandise.
We obap! re that tlir prire of tea has advanced in Japan
fire cants a boaad, name to the araat demand for Knrop. .
BaVata till i f late it has not been in faror with consumers.
Another ilea of new from Japan t that the rnltieation
or wheat h brei, r .miwenreo Iherr with creat ocean. It
..f . r. . to Ik- of excellent qualitv bat as the Japanese eat lit
tle or no bread, titer make no nee of the Doer kinds of floor.
Thr treats, portion of the wheat is exported, and f.ar ship
load hare alrwadr been sent to Kuplsuil
Tin in-coTinnc steamer Tartar and t li- lurk I) 0 Marra.r,
wrill and full carsruew of island pnatoce awaiting their arrlral.
Bark Kan. ui aula April f to II for Bremen, and will take
S i I ..f iiei.t expected I tt.- Mutki
It I' ' MO4l.l 1.1,.
soTEs or I'm: wki:k.
The fo'lowinr; article was compiled by Mr. ant of Knmehamehi I. His mother, Queen An-
tW Mr. Bartow will sell on Thursday the entire
tock in trade ot Mr. Aman, it hie sales room.
"Sr"- Good Friday, which occurs on the 3d inst.
will be observed aa a public holidaj.
t& The steamship Tartar will be due here Thnrr -day
or Friday, en route from Sydney for San Francisco.
tsar" On their benefit niclits, Ian cveninc and on
Saturday evctiinc. Mr. and Mrs. Hoskins met with
Tcry flattering receptions. .
tJf The election at Wailuku took place on Mon
day last. TUi-rc were several candidate, lu the field,
but we have not heard the result.
t3F The bark t. C. Murray is probably eleven or
twelve days out to-day, and ought to arrive by Sat
urday or Sunday net'.
(Sf The mail steamer Mikado will he doe from
San Francisco on Monday morning early, il she left
proniplly on bcr schedule day March 28lb.
A Pkatse Service will take place at Fort
Street Chorrh on Sunday evening next. In Ameri
can cities praise sen-ices arc quite frcejnenl, bnl Ibis
will be the first ever held here.
r-f The residence of I be Rev. T. J. Gulick, lo
cated near Ponahou College, Including llirccacrrs
of land, has been purchased by Prof. TV. D. Alex-
ander, fur 13,000. Mr. Gulick and his Taniily leave
in tbe mail steamer lor San Fraucisco, co route lor
CkirCKT. On Friday, the amateur cricketers of
Honolulu propose to match tbe married men against
the unmarried. The game will be played on the
Lvulaokabaa plains, where tents and every con
venience will be provided for ladies and other
visitor. Wickets will be act at 11 o'clock A. M.
t-5f Miss Maggie Knight returned on Saturday
: In the steamer from her tour to the windward, hav
ing visited I.aiiaina, Wailuku, Ililo and Waimea, at
each of which places she gave concerts, twentv-two
in all. From w hat wc bear, she w as well received,
wherever she went.
Mar 2. SViir Keon; Ana. kankino. from Koolan. farfpa: f4
kaT a la baas aaarar. and eerera, piecas of aaa
chtnen gcSeLr Ltliu. lotia. frran Punalou. Orrjai: 1 hop. 1
twsrs n.-r. fa loun padd. L hhlf pn
Bct.r Koh hoy. Jin., fr.au fcinntau. Ckrfo : lev. bar
eaawr. SU Lar. paddy. -, hides, and a lot of pcr-e-aia
ET Sri r Nettie Merrill. Crane, from Lahaina Orrpn:
,V1P keff a aatl baa- avaar . 4 U.ls nolaaaee, 1 6 hate
ussrwoers. Hi Ki 1' Nabaoleloa, IbslKip Willi,
a ad S deck.
gchr ham n. Ontrer. tnwn Kahnhii Orrje : 4 hop,
1 bene, ti kef. a (7 bafs supar, lnl hag pota
toea. 14 traat akhsa. fi hidea. 1.44" ft koa lonlarr.
1 II litd a ire bodl pal'. " t" boards, s cooler, 9
pas. batter. Il raursacr. 1 l-c cn and a uoanlity
Lower Rate.. The Jtullrlin save: "One effect
of the inauguration of the British line of steamers
between California and China, is seen in a reduction
of passenger fares by the regular mail steamers.
Tbe Japan, toaail next Monday, offers to tike cabin
passengers at $150 to Yokohama and $'300 to Hong
kong." San Fbancisco Trades Giide. Wc have re
ceived from the publishers. P. M. Bishop A; Co. of
Ml Clay St. Sau Francisco, a copy of the serai-annual
Trades Guide and California Directory, for Jannary,
ISTi, giving the names ol business firms in thirty ol
tbe towns and cities of California. For reference i!
is a valuable hand-book.
W EteretL. Thea
kaaiua. Iron II
17 oar snrar.
aru, Ikarnr, from a craaas, with
: ,. . V. H
. Mrs a B Hinds and daorhler.
In U Neodiiai... Mr Aft. . and
lUrkaed. W I Akau
Mis c llautusou. 1
oaa fron. Sat. r ranriero .
Belsr aVawk. Kololinv Iron Bilo. Ottwe: ' kP
-11 t .-ir K t i 'W! k-relj IK day fron Fyd
nta. e W . with a oarro of oaaj to T 12 Uar las
flchr Joanna. Iknloit. frtax Kordan trjn : li aawf,
I (wtLC A ia.' f r ""swwir J j. bMHL
Bear Kan D .ra:. kanvaao. fron Nawutwfli. tan-ar..-
1 taaaaaw, a bid. a SS kefs aasxar
fictir Jronr. Bsllwtie:. fron ta aanea A Eobav ir
ow: la-r-ovT bar. Ail tar s S ker, . '
- , . . - It. ha.- n- lg
(' wbk'ldiwuluin. Himtoft, Iron a crwJpe,
Cl'ilrwawlrt. Kalawaja. fronToJ.a.. Cars.: 1
.r S Is Ma, W tOTpkrns, rr hotter. :bx
SAn wt bk Mt W alhatam. MitcheC, far tbe Arctic.
r : . - . dmander aiay.
Jft B B V etears correltr .
Scte Keen: A Da. kaaknv, for Soraaa
IT -aVaii LAlav laaav f- Ftanal..
SScar Fain ftr-et. kaaina f ur ttasalei.
- -v.-.-v r Daaaa f lha.a
Scto Mlb- Imv UW lor Mokskai.
aa la art" T V, i a-r. I
-!!. tieraaat bk laier A I
n A Gecr. ooaan. for
Sen- Bk Bey. M k-aaa
a aUam. Her M.--.
V-neee Karaotar.1 H K n Butt fce-'ia.an ll-li
I a iU an.: ..t. M I I Ml B e I I
BtataValaabat. J-re UlAato (art Ja
Ma'k-r. Care ka. BsdviLJ Brown. Tho. W Irara.
-i -re- .he Barrd W t Mnser and wt. C A
5 and wire. J Pik. and wrtt Ma. L BA-b-wrda,
Man tbanaa. J Kadi. H Knaan, Mr Apa.
, v .' V.- I I. i: hak.-. -1 -.sa.
W H Cornwall. W G awake, i
SlfehT Va-. renwjn kannin
fVWr Artrer. Faanhtwa. far Malik, a kobvla.
S ,- Mannokawai. kaiemv f.-Nawi'.iwH,
sv-Je. ataaaa A nldaa-
Karoar -w Basx CXTvo. Wooaa, Marraa lsfl TMaware
BroakwaAer Jitr Ml : UIH i tbr etjnstor in tbe Atlantir Iwc
aaa taVaxsraTT: Cape Bora Jan Hat, 74 days
Use arnad iiasluas at tbe saaae tunc fron tbe westward into
tbe SI trades . carried then err niwhwote to Wt 4" N. then
catan and raiaa tar 6 days to 11- N. where we took the NE
ll.dn c-aned tbe eonator in tbe Psciac Man Sd. ia lone
1SF W, 114 days oat Bare bad ni aerate areatber to srn
nl tbr l Made Hawaii fa tan ascrninx of tbe
jnrj . jiar, tbec calm, hafflmr airs and shower till boon ol
tbe -Jd. where freak wind Iran net to; boe hack laTIws
A f ATEVT Sbci bed. William Shaw, of Hollistrr,
Monlerey connty, California, (and formerly of this
city, where be published tbe Hairaiian Timrs.) has
Wiiwfwnra Porta wecured a patent on a new style of type for use of
sheet . ; iamb. : printers, Tuc device consists in making type with
rn".'o,r!si"hid a smaller shoulder at some point of their length.
1 hhi so that In correcting a " proof" any letter can bo
readily removed by inserting a thin bodkin havinga
kntrh; and book formed at its end. so that the book will catch
upon its shoulder and allow the type to be raised
vertically without disturbing any of the adjoining
British Vice Conscl. Among the official notice
will be aeen tbe appointment of Major Geo. Mac
farlanr. to be acting British Consul during the ab
eence of T. H. Davit, Esq., who leaves in tbe Tar
tar, on a visit lo England. Tbr appointment is very
appropriate, and we congratulate him on being the
recipient of the db1ingnhbrd honor conferred. Wc
have always had great faith in yoong blood, and es
pecially when it possesses u Anglo Hawaiian cross.
Let ns sec more of Yoong Hawaii in public positions.
- CkXKk re tbe Post OrricK, E. Fenard. Eq .
who baa for aortic years filed tbe above post with
eminent satisfaction to the public, has irsigncd. and
inlands shorty to leave with his .amity for U tnOr
France, his native land. It is a matter of regret to
lose good citizens like Mr. Fenard, and we wish him
a safe and pleasant voyage and a prosperous future.
Be is sect-reded la the Post Office by Caps. I. B. Pe
terson, wbose appointment has been approved by tbe
Minister of tbe Interior. It is one, we anticipate,
that will give general satisfaction. Airrrtittr.
jy From the Turser of tbe Steamer KilaBca, wc
learn that one of the trading and passenger boats
plying across the Molokai channel w as capsized in
a squall on Monday tbe 23d. when ia mid channel.
There were three men in it at the time, who clung
to tbe keel ol the boat. Two were drowned, tbe
third. Judge Kamaiopili. ot Molokai, succeeded in
reaching Lanai In ar. exhausted condition, where
be remained wben last beard from. Paring the
first night in the water, toe men saw and endeavored
to bail tbe Steamer, but coald not make themselves
beard. The frequence with which these accidents
occur in the above -channel should lead to efforts to
secure a better Haas of boats than are nsed for con
veying passengers between Lahaina and Molokai.
Edwarti Reeve. Hawaiian Consul General for
Anstralia and Ta?maiiri. It was prepared by him
before the death of the late King Lnnalilo, which
will account for its having no allusion to hi
death and to the present reigning family of King
Kalafcana. En. Gazette.
Roynl Family of Ilawnll.
The celebrated founder of the present race of
sovereigns ruling over the Insular Kingdom of
Hawaii. Kameiiameiia TBI First although de
scended from a long line of princes was, origin
ally, one or the subordinate Hawaiian kings,
mignipg over a portion of the Island of Hawaii,
at the northeastern end of it : but be eventually,
not less by his valor than by his sagacity, became
sovereign of the whole group, establishing the
small but prosperous State (fully recognized by
all civilized nations) over which his descendants
still reign. This most remarkable man often
called the " Napoleon of the Pacific." but who
was far more like Egbert, King ol Kngland. or
Teter the Great of Russia possessed many very
noble qualities, and his memory is still endeared
to Hawaiian? as the " father of his country." He
was born in the year L75S, and died on tho 6th
of May, 1819, in the old semi-barbaric faith of his
ancestors. Kamehameha the First had, accord
ing to the custom of his age and religion, four
wives: 1. Keopnolani, horn in 1778. and died
on the Ifilli September, 1823: 2. Kalakna, after
wards known ns ' Hoapili Wahine"; 3, ama
bana ; and 4. Koahamanu who. after the King's
death, was for many years the Kuliiiit Xiti. or
Queen Regent. She married Kaamunlii, the
last (suzerain) king of Kanai. and died on the
5th of Jane, 1S32. Ry Keopnolani. who was of
the blood royal. Kamehameha bad three children :
() Liholiho. who succeeded to the throne on the
death of his father (Slh May. 1819, under the
title of Kumehameha the Second : (o) Kanike-
aouli. afterwards Kamehameha III. ; and.(c) Xa
hienaena, the Princess Royal. Kamehameha II.,
1 being, like his father, a heathen prince, had five :
wives, three of whom were, according to the an- j
cient custom of his race (see Genesis ix.. 12), his I
near kinswomen 1. Kumamalu ; 2, Kinau; and
3. Kekauluohi or Aubea, the mother ol King Lu-
nalilo, the successor to Kamehameha V., by her !
second husband. Kanaint. still surviving. Ka- I
mehameha II. married also. 4. Paaahi and. S. Ke-
kauonohi. but by none of his wives did he leave 1
: any children. Kamehameha 11. and his wife and
half-sister. Q leen Kamamalu. died at London
tbe former on the Sth of July, 1S24. and the lat-
, ter on tbe 14tli ol July in that year. Both of !
the bodies were brought back to Oahu. and buried
in the Royal Mausoleum at Honolulu. Kameha
meha II. was succeeded by his younger brother.
Krtuikeaouli. under the throne name of Kameha
meha the Third. This Prince (proclaimed King
on the 6th of June. 182."'.) was brought up in the
Christian faith, and remained in the same nntil
bis death, after a long and prosperous reign
hea, was the daughter of Queen Kalakua or Hoc
pili Wahine. also known as Heiheimalie, one of
the wives of Kamehameha the First, but Kalei
mamahu is, by the most reliable genealogists, set
down as the father of Aohea. Kaleimamahn
was Kamehameha I.'s brother. Succeeding to
the throne by the right of descent, and by the
emphatically expressed will of his people, King
Lunalilo commences his reign noder the hap
The Royal Family of Hawaii have their place
(and that too not amongst the " mediatized "
princes) in tbe Altnanach de Gotha, but the ac
count there given of these princes is meagre and
imperfect ; the above, as far as it goes may b re
lied upon, if it does not at least prove to be not
i moM ot-R own coatnro.NiiE.vr.
Pittsfiei.d, Mass.. Feb. 20, 1ST4.
Pear Gazette : The papers of the lSth inst.
contained notices of the death of Lunalilo I.,
King of the Hawaiian Islands. Various com
mcnts are made upon the situation of affairs, and
speculations are rife as to his successor. None
of the great dailies seem to think that any steps
will be taken toward absorption into our own
government, but unanimously favor the continua
tion of Ihe independence cf the nation. Nor
does the proposition of reciprocity find an en
thusiastic reception in this part of the land. The
.V. lr. Tribune, B'-ston Advertiser, and other
papers had flattering and very fuir accounts of
Lunalilo, and speak hopefully of the Islands.
Meanwhile we, who know of the Islands more
than by reputation, are exceedingly anxious to
loam how the country bears the death of Luna
lilo. and who is to succeed to tbe throne.
Our own great republic ia moving along as
usual. Congress has done very little so far.
Amendments to the National Bankrupt Law are
being considered and will probably bo adopted
In the House Mr. Panes. Chairman of the Com
mittee on Ways and Means, made an effective
speech, calling his party to account because the
expenditures of the government were increasing
from year to year. It causes great excitement in
the party and throughout the land, some alleging
that il will be used as a campaign argument next
fall, and thus hurt the party ; while others, and
these the honest and upright portion, acknowledge
the truth of his statements and urge Ihe party to
Morrison R. Waits was confirmed as Chief
Justice, upon Ihe 21st of January, receiving a
unanimous vote. Not a word ot fault has been
found with his nomination, and all feel that, al
althongh we have not a remarkably brilliant mrfn
nt the head of the judiciary, yet wc have an hon
est man. and one above reproach. It is said that
he owe9 his nomination to the fact that he was
a member of the Geneva Arbitratii n Hoard, and
was a classmate ot . M. r.varts, wto recom
mended him to President Grant.
The chief topic that has absorbed the attention
of newspapers for the past month, has been the
on the 15th of December. lt54. His wife, whose temperance crusade ; for snch we may well call it.
Christian name was " Hakaleleponi." was a Ha- II "5 otgantzed in Ohio and has spread through
, , , a wide range of tcrritorv. The method ts this:
wtuian lady of rank, but not of tbe blood royal. , The wonln for j, js prircipally conducted by
Ry Queen Kalama. who survived ber husbai d females, meet in the morning for prayer, and then
sixteen years, his Majesty left no children. King in hands go about the towns, stopping at all the
Kameba'meba III. granted a charter of Constitu- ; loor 5" ?Vf civilly request to go into the
, .. , . . . shop. If this is granted thev quietly go in and
uonal government to his people in 1840: and id onc of thefcnumbr.r loalls in prayer- All
1S52, made yet further concessions in the way of join in singing and in entreaties to the nimseller
Constitutional reform. Bv his will, and bv the that he will cease his traffi,. Wonderful success
i . - ...... , " . , has attended them in some places. At New Vi
la ol succession, selt ed bv tbe Par lament of n . a
. ooo. o wnrv,o!.!ii v.rtorr w-i mined ororan .in
AM.ES A CIIlILi:s WORTH.
WUIec-ntlnne theOenera! Merchandise and Sliirrine boalne
at the il. ... port, where they are prepared to fnmish the
Jnjtly celebrated Kawaihae rntatoes, and such other fte
eraits as are reqnired by whaleships, at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms. Firewood ajaraya or.
A I.I. PFRSn-i IHVIMi CaVaUnU ncnlnal
Ihe Ftate of lib. late Majestr I.rNAI.II-O. are
hereby requested to present the same to the nnleraiTie,t
wlttsnnt delay : and all who arelmtcbted to the Karate fhr
rent doe, or other account, are rentiested to make Immedi
ate paynient CttaS. It. BSSBOI,
Kiecntor of the Will or III late MaJ.-j.tr Lunalilo.
TTonolnht. March Hat, 1ST4. lit It
Br E. P. A DA. MS.
At Auction !
By C. S. BARTOW.
FOR TWO OR '111111
br mortjrafie on propertr I-
that com f .1.100 in 1S71
TE its. sfi i nri
-aled near San Franctapn.
s. n. rot.F.
DCKnra tTT bsfm r i Ron this kim;
IM. my Attorney in fact Mr. (IKOIU1K W. MAC
FARI-ANE. is authorize!
Airciit for IJoyd'a
llonoiolu. March JI, 1ST1.
irti mr name aa Actinic
THEO. II. DAVIFN
DI'RI. n AB8E3TCE FROM Till K !;
IMM. Mr. THOMAS RAIN WAI.KKR Is flillr i-m-powert.il
tn cdjrii my nimr m Attomny for Tht Nurt.irrn
Awurinif Co., anil TTit- l.ritih nn. Foivttrn Marine In
wn.ncr Compnny ,Umll(l.. TIIKO. II. IaVIES.
Honolulu, Marvh 31, 1871, 481 Im
THOJI IS RaIN WAI.KKR Ii Al -
TIIOHI 7.KI1 to slcn my name bv procuration from
this date. THEO. II. DAVIK.S.
Honolulu, Maree in, IBM. IM Im
Tin: imfksh;fi iivvlx. oporn
a Ilakerr at the corner ot UI'KKN t KlI'lftltOK
STHEI-rTS, ,premlarn fnrmerly occupied by Mr ttnldstonr
w ould reapi-ctrully solMt orders In his line.
atr IlYK 'BREAD, of (kernian Rye Monr. always on
hand and Herman Rye Flour for sale, by the pound or loo.
4T1 lni ANTON 3DCQEH,
Y SOS JOH TIH1S. W TFRIIOI si:
.in. I 1IENUY W.tTKIIIiiit'xK have each a full
I Power of Attorney to act for me during my nbaeni-e from
the Islands. JOHN THiks. WATKRIIorsE.
Honolulu. March T. 1874. 471 as,
For Bremen !
The A I Ilftwrnllnn flnrk
K A MOI
Sail for the above Port on or about April 8
For Frelatit and ra.auvv, appl to
40 :t 11. H.M KFEI.n ,1; On.. Aa-cnta.
Australasian fe American Mail
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE STEAMSHIP TARTAR
By Ortfrr nf W. C. PARKE. W;
of tbm Hnnnlinn llniil.
ON WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8th,
AT 10 A. SC.. AT SAI.Kr'ROOM,
-WILL BE SOLD-
THE ENTIRE STOCK !
Belonging to the Est. of Atai, bankrupt,
FASCT PRINTS. DKNIMS.
WHITE A BUOWN rnTTOXS,
Linen TsMe ClMns. Mnslin.
Victoria Lawn. Alpacas.
Cnbur;. an-1 Merinof.
Wool Shirts, rinth Tanta,
Flannel Pants, Coala, Vesta,
Merino anil Cotton I'ndershirts,
White Shirts, I'mbreilas.
Counterpanes. Men's oclta,
Ladies' loe. Laea Shawl.,
Felt Hals. Straw Hats.
Ms, Shn. Bonis
IovTwoa. tytry. Unit- Oil.
China Frocks, Silk Handkerchiefs.
FANCY 000DS, e At.
The whole eomptisine; a fatl aasortaaent of goods
usually found in a retail stock.
Tlirco Show Cases.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Hawaiian Bark ' ka Hoi ' !
From Bremen !
A RETAIL, STOCK.
: APBIL 3d.
At ia a. m w
Tfaa rnderrifTiarl hi laaltawlil to M. hr irralar af f.
A. SCITAEPER, Esq.. '-rljaia af
the Batata af AJiAC.
All the SfockMhe Honolulu Retail Sin
Batoarinf lo saM Rstavtai, arrawsaaaar af
A Coraplf te and Varied AmuiImH
Goods Adapted to the Trade!
rHntt in all ftrlw. Cnttom: Mn.
Wnnlm 4Ubti DfHi 6iOwl. Lafeti tM ' SltaW't.
FiSnil! Stllrta. Cl'-thinx. Vlattjl. iMwaBtsaaaa
PoHb an1 Brotwlelotli. Boots And SbnM.
Horary, rtnim. fluvwlt.
Silk HanHkorrhiKt sad rTts.
hiir oil. mnmwt m soir. tc. ic
A 1.1 in i tc I 4 res! It will as Mlwaaa.
At It oMork '..oat. iW Caaata..
Krtja and Batrs of Brown Sotfavr,
9. RARTOW. Am'r.
Horses, Wasrwi aid larerwfs
THE ESTITE OF HIS UTE UESTT L
I am instrnetarl hj taa Elaewlar af
(wll at Pahlie taetmo.
01T SATTJBDAT, - - APRIL llth.
IN FRONT OF 3AUS ROOM.
Two Superior SwBBtBjp
One Basket Waon,
Two -ets of Sinai. Hansawa.
C. S. BARTOW. A-a-'r.
NEW STYLES OF PRINTS
LEASE OF CROWN LINOS'
r. Pink. Whiti
H soil a
: PnMifl An
ttoa at raw
the Nation. (King, Nobles and HeprosiC
t Hires) the croaro. at the death of Kanike
aouli. passed to his second eldest nephew. Alex
ander IJholibo lolani. who ascended tbe throne
under the title of Kamehameha tbe Foarth. His
Majesty Kimebameha IV. a most accomplished
Prince, speaking and wrilinfr in seeeral different fhich has mined many sools."
named Van Pelt. who. after rcststinc for a time
when the religious exercises bad ceased in front
of his door, rolled his whisky barrels oat and ex
pressed his readiness to cease his business. Ho
said. Valine an axe. " this is the weapon 1 used
to defend myself and my business, and to terrify
the ladies, but now 1 will use il to sacrifice that
Then he stove
On or about the 2rJ of
Freighi to Son Francisoi, 85 per Ton. Fire
per cent. Primage.
FOR SYDNE VIA FIJI !
Otnnrrtlni? nt Knntlitvn mlth m Rrnnrh
Auckland and Port Chalmers. N.Z.
SHAISfflP "MIKADO, "
vpt i r. ntRr,
On or about the 6th of
Mourning, Shawl Pattern, On SATURDAY. - - APBIL llth.
T n K ilnil, .. s
Tor at Term af Tea Teaarw.
A Bl.l F. CnTT(l,
nf. Tarkej Rad,
HIIHV. W IHTK
eavr Denims. Tick
Kin- Krench Mmlm
Veil Barege. Linen a
Blue Twiileil Flannel. Iri'b Linen
Black Cobwarca, Bine Cniinnr;. Italian Cloth,
Waterfn-of Twee.ls. TA'hi.e Molaskia,
Yhe Ahupuaa of Kaauhuh.j
Pirntarl hi taw Dfaarkat wf " - ' .
;at fra of -34. aasi i
p in aart . i: u.v after
a Banc kaarar Cows;. Cjtxxt. MaSTTa Left
i 1. 1SJ4; ajat aaTtke laawj alwait 40 Kiles with a
wwd rrwDd aa tbe N E aa4 ewa-
anwtberlr ntrrent tc the Snarrv
nrwa-ti 1 aurhted Fet 3d : then had WSW and W winds tc Ut
4T fr E. kaag ITF 11' E. Ia tada looalitr bad SB winds.
Csrstsx ts Xcw.ToBK It will be lotcrectinc to
onrChiorM readers to learn that in New Y.'rk. the
commercial Emporium of America, tbe Cbinese
New Tear's was obaemd as bcrr and elsewhere. A
New Tort letter aara : Tcstcrday the natlees of the
Cclcatial Empire nsidinj; in this city celebrated
onc of their frreat dara, which commenced to-day,
as their New Tear's. Tbe Chinese Temple which
is sitnalcd within fire minutrs' walk of tbe City
Hall, Is lo a Iambic down baiiJinf on Baxtrrstreet.
The numtvrr ot persons present was about foar hun
dred, of which, over onc hundred look part in tbe
celebration yesterday. There arc no Chinese wo
men in New Tork.
lantruaces married in June. 18oS, Km ma whose
father's came was Naea. and whose mother's
family name was " Vounp." Kmtna. nsnally called
M'ss Ko,ke. was the adopted daughter o( lr. T.
C. B. Rooke. and the grumi daughter of John
Voung and his wife, a Hawaiian cliefess. By
Qoeen Kmma. his Majesty had issue Trince Al
bert Kdward Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa proclaim
ed heir to the throne in November, 1S59. This
prince, to tbe great prief of the Royal family and
the whole Hawaiian nation, died in the lifetime
of his father, in September. 1S62. aged 4 years.
King Kamehameha IV., who was born on the
9th of February. 1S34. died on the 30th Novem
ber. lSt"3. and was therefore 29 years. 9 months
and 21 days old at his death. Hist-eign thus ex
tended to within a few days less tbn nine years.
In company with his brother, rrinc, Lot Kame
hameha. afterward; Kamehameha V.. this lament
ed prince, when a young man. travelled extensive
ly ia America and in Kurope. He wa. the
in the barrels and the contents ran upon the
gronnd. He is r.ow a very effective assistant in
the campaign. I r. Pio Ltewis is one of the main
leaders in the movement. It has not yet been
tried in the Hast, but it is proposed to commence
the war and the result will be watched with in-
terest. A movement of another kind was made
in Boston on tbe 4th of this month. A fort of i
thirteen Slate constables raided on the liojiors of '
the Tremonl and Sherman Houses, and oung's
Hotel, three ol Boston's moat prominent hotels.
From eight to ten thousand dollars worth of li
quors were setred. including rare and valuable !
winea. A proprietor ol each hotel was brought
before the Police Court on charge of maintaining
a liquor nuisance and fined. Two of them were
also sentenced to the House of Correction, but I
they appealed ; and this will probably end it. as
the Superior Court does not sympathise very
heartily with the prohibitory movement.
Our State Legislature ts agitated over the pro-
hibitory question and the Slate Prison ; but by '
far the most important action taken by them is
the rescinding tbe resolutions condemnatory ol
Charles Sumner, with reference to his motion in
Congress to remove the battle flags. It was a
to v IHlM tste.
On or arwwit
A rorirst . Wt h
tow-e.1 a laea. resswrri
ntrcs nf Rasxatx free.
TO WYTSM V. Ar.
trn nr annul
Mar ' ,th
..t. niio r :ii
:UN" STATVy an l vt norv.
Blue and Black Broadcloths !
Heavy Black Doeskins.
Piaa-nnal Tweeds : Si'k.I.inen and fnttcri IHVf,.
Mc-qnitn Netttnw. Ilearj Silk I'mbreilas,
Sicks and Stockings,
Assortment of Clothing
"a. Tata lastst ia asafl
R K A Id KST ATE!
Fashionable Neektiaa and Craraf.
Flar.nel Shirts. Linea and Cotton Bnsirn
Fancy Caiiro Shirts, nickory ?hirta.
fir flr l
B-F.ir lelarht ami Iauaaiarr or anv fnrt 1st tafa
: artplj bi
h. ii ti bi n n a rav is. nl.
Something New !
OM.KS A CO. have rr-eie 1 per 1. t'. Mar
ray. a small consignment of I'.t'lTKR. ma.le bj
the XKW PKOCKSS. Th attenlion of rurrhaser i
Tbence V Sal SS" S. SBal l& W. had ranalOe
sawaaa. waerinc from S round tc W ; te y 15, lifbt Tariable
win.! aa.' calm, tc tbe squat... NK and KNE wind and
as ii inTIi il front tamer to pert JTNE winds. Frran Iff" '
t.-. Oaha, nset a katf SKW Ha rad three wlvalers (1
shir ur - narkai ; aaso. ia lat Sr , soa( 1" W. two larre
ahips bead trar to the eowthward.
Tmm a,aas-r. Kf. par Bobcrt O-wan. Marcb JS .ooo
taat taars 2 oa'aaddler. a' cs meat. 4i rr brands. - bales
aaal I cs sheer shear. cs cbejnparnc, nnwelle.
1 1 S3. Cl.
Fur Gun Islands, per C M Ward. March 30 IS bales
au cs bread. 1 Cs tobacco. S bble por.- weet.
., a. nai.i. l: bble molaiar.: la
laCBti; Foraurti .ai.oa..
A SfK ..
For Onaao Islands, par C at Waid. Mardi 30B Bns aad
wife. II K sieru. II Cano, J as Graen, and 14 native laborer.
F.r Ksi urstor Islands, per loobw A Oaurrlae, March 30
Hr Wethaaa and bur.
Vaxau Tbt V. 8. Ship Kear&argc, Commander
Barmonr. arrived on Saturday crming, twenty-four
ttaya from San Francisco, en route for Japan. She
Tattled tola port some three or four years since,
wben on tbe way out to join the PaciBc Squadron.
Bhr baa now been transferred to tbe China Squadron.
It waa t : .if- Teasel which fought tbe memorable bat
tle with the rebel steamer " Alabama" In the Eng
liah Clmnoel, and annk ber in one of tbe moat lair J i,tter bating made the passage iu 112 days
and gallant engagements eTCr fought at sea. The
Ticiory waa generally attributed to tbe tact that the
Ktwrearge bad ber nail guarded with beary chain
cables, which broke tbe force of tbe Alabama's
abots. But it was also flue 10 ine superior auu anu
Tbe Cocoa Nrr. In tbe excellent account of
: Ceylon by tbe late Sir .'. E. Tennent, he mentions
that be was told by a native the many use
for which the product of the cocoa-nut tree were
made available. They were aa follows: The nut
and its juice for lood, for drinking, for oil, currii,
cakes and cosmetics; tbe shell fvr cups, lamp ,
spoons, bottle and tooth-powder; tbe fibre which
surrounds it for beds, brushes, nets, ropes, cordage
: and cables ; tbe fruit sap for spirits, sugar and vine
gar; tbe blossom for preserves and pickles: tbe
web sustaining the foot-stalks servo lor strainers
and flambeaux ; tbe leave famish twenty -seven ap
pliances for thatch, matting, fodder, baskets and
minor utensils ; and lastly, the trunk yields fourteen
appliances for building, lurnlture, firewood, ships,
fences and fanning Implements.
Ocbak Races. On tbe first trip of tbe new Eng
glisb line established between China and San Fran
cisco, the Yaaco da Gama, tbe pioneer ship of tbe )
line, made tbe paaaage between Yokohama and San
Francisco in IB days one hour and forty-seven min- !
utes. The American steamer Japan arrived soon j
after making the passage in 30 days, 14 bra., and S3
minutes. Considering that tbe British Tcsscl was
new. just off the stocks, and in better condition for
a race, tbe difference is not so great as might have 1
been suppessed. Ber consumption of coal on the
above trip averaged 40 ( 43 tons per diem; that of
tbe Japan, 45 tons per diem.
The American ship Three Brothers, formerly tbe
Vanderbilt. made the passage from San Francis
co to Falmouth, England, in 106 days, beating the
British King with which sbe raced, lour days, the
American ship Herald of the Morning made the pas
sage to England in 99 days '.
r.-t.-t. . i. : . , : ,i - i
r - a . . . - .ii ii . iooiisu mini; iu a u, aim mr inesi-iu iiioiiui-i s
rounder of the Hishoprtc at Honolulu. Amoncst s j .t i t r .. e. .
v miivui,.! hnve acquiesced in the general wish of the State
his literary labors be is favorably known as the in removing the stain.
translator of the Knglish Book of Common The next collegn regatta will be held at Sara
Prayer into Hawaiian, for the use of those of his '??- nT OPF' this place as being espe
. . , . . . .,.., . ciallv nnder the control of John Morrissev. and
subjects who might, like h.mselt, belong to the enliriJen, imrri0ral. But the attractions tsflM
Anglican or fyiscopil Church. His original , by jU cimens carried the day. and nino of the
preface to tiiat national work has been so much colleges represented at the convention voted for
admired that it has been translated into Knglish. j Srag-, Harvard. Dartmouth and Amherst op-
, i ... . . . posiDg. Since the convention Amherst has re-
aad has been published as a separate tract, by ?.,, , , . . . .. . .
. fu.ei1 to co to .lraliien umin or no no. a ml on-
. r- i 1
.11 ST RECEIVED J
" Louise and Ceorgine,"
1 loin Liverpool.
A INVOKE OF THK t'KI.KRR ITB
Ladies' and Gent's Kid Gloves'
Ileary Woolen Mlankrts. .14 point., all colors.
Fine vorlmriit ol .nwa.
Ilfmp Twin. Linii and Cotton Tbt1,
LUBirS EXTRICTS. EIU DE COLOGNE
1 inveiiil.-i TrVrttor.
Hair Oil, Fancy Sap.. Jle.
fto.nell's flair an.1 Tooth flrnshe.,
Iire.sing Cotnh.. Tooth Opfitri.,
A Large Assortment of Fancy Goods !
niark Jrt rniimTf.t,
Hair Tin. (.Um fetittnat,
Amhcr OMiMti Bfh-eit A.
Kinr and romtD"a Tm an. PTrVat KtirM,
Knir Fori), l-ntrtifr Kairaa, r-rr hnnl!w'lt
English Saddlr ,,
fwfi-nmn, 1 siii"l i-li
Mlilie aaetio, ... th. .,.,
r o r tin
On Saturday. - - April ISt.
At I - - i a Tf as ..... flu iwl.
that TaacT or LAND hnowr
A S TVS
AHUPUAA CF WAHIAWA !
ITI .TFT OW THR IfLATD Of Bar l.
Hawaiian t.laa l. Tit Aaaata el aapit aT saw
Tnr pfftiM nw. ftrwafHT
Mmm i ibtarr lr sa.il, i r mt mm m
Buffam s Hall for
I'OR 1 I HI. I mair-
tin asm ws i.aT ta
K iiii l-vri h. as tfae wBsasw.
the Society lor Promoting Christian Knowledge.
Queen Kmma. well koown in Kngland and Ha
waii, still survives Kamehameha IV., Kameha
meha V., and the Princess Victoria Kamamalu.
or two other institutions will probably fail to
'I he Siamese twins t'hang and Kng have died,
and an examination that has been secretly con-
ifiictcl at Philailolnliin tlisrln.oil that tho lion.
(who predeceased her last surviving brother, Ka- ment binding them could not have been severed
mehameha V.) were three of thechildren of Queen ' without causing death. It is proposed by their
Posrarerand Kahina Nui or Premier Kinan -ro Inends that an exhibition shall bo made of the
of the officers and crew of the Kearsargi. un
der oorr.mand of Captain Winalow, late Admiral of
thr Pacific Squadron, who recently doxaiscd. The
following I list of her officers ;
CawHMiwwee P. B. Baraaoar.
ZaeaC Caas. A Aassnarsar Qftoo- Clias. H. Craven.
I srnonrrafr Qflarr I. c aliisaB,
. K. Manaev, A. A. Boyd.
nckUnawr, T C. FW(.
njf a it. ttAWtm B. Band. jr.
yxrtt auL Aarmecr, tn daarnc-E. J. Whl taker
tint A at. Bayi nne J J. Bissau.
Jrraaw.aaa-J. C. Baiwett, C H. Lreta, A. at. Knitlit,
C L. Fa i aaa.
Smmi IM. Jfanaer-W. F. Bptoar, Jr.
rraii aer'r Oerw J. C. Spaldinc.
A rSfaw CasFiaaai p. sharar,
Ran. riix ia noKOLtxc Mr. W. W. Hall baa
furnisbed os witb a statement of tbe rain fall at hit
residence during tbe quarter just ended. The
amount of rain that falls in the town of Honolulu,
is perhaps a little less than what is indicated in
this statement, but the difference would be sligbt
Tbe fall of rain at his boose is nearly a third greater
than that at YVaiklki, tbe reaidaoo of Cape Daniel
Whole rain-fall 10 in. 00
Largest rain-tall, on 10th, ., t 04
Whole rain-tall 8 la. 41
IsargwM raiu-lall, aa IT ih 90
Whole rain-fall 4 in. IS
Uuwwat rala-asll, aa Uth M
Whole rain fall fa- the aaartar IT ia. 67
Tbe thermometer baa twice stood at 61 before
sunrise, and many lime at 62; and Mr. Hall can
not remember a time ta Honolulu, wben the mer
cury has stood so low lor so many weeks as it has
during the past three months.
of the widows of Kamehameha II.. and daughter
of Kamehameha I. by his Queen Kalakna. Queen
Kioau. (who died in December, 1839.) remarried
Kekoanaoa. a chief of rank in the coott of Ka
mehameha the First, and deceased about 1870.
By Kekuanaoa who died during the reign of his
son Kamehameha V Kinau had 6ve children:
1. Kamehameha. who died wheo a youth : 2. Mo
ses, who died at the age of 19 years ; 3, Lot Ka
mehameha (Kamehameha V.), who died in IS72,
4, Alexander Liholiho. (Kamehameha IV.), who
died in 1863 ; and 5, Victoria Kamamalu, who
died in 186G. This Princess Victoria was named
after the Queen of Ureal Britain. On the death
of Kamehameha IV., tbe Crown devolved, by
the law of succession, on the heir presumptive,
Kamehameha the Fifth, tbe founder of lb
Hawaiian National Order of Kamehameha I.,
who reigned over nine years, and died at lolani
Palace at Honolulu, after a long and painful ill
ness, on his birthday, the llth of December, 1872.
Thus it will be st-en that Kamehameha II. and
Kaatebameba III. were both sods of Kamehame
ha I., and that Kamehameha IV. and Kameha
meha V. were both the grandsons of the great
Founder of the Family.
King Kamehameha V., dying without issue,
the crown would have naturally devolved on the
next male heir of the royal slock, H. R. H. Prim
William Charles Lunalilo. but that prince chose
to submit bis undoubted claims to tbe throne to
a Plebiscite. not having been expressly named
by his cousin as heir to the throne. He was ac
cordingly at once, and almost unanimously, de
clared by the people to be their preference for
King by 12530 votes. He was formally elected
by the Legislative Assembly on tbe 8th of Janu
ary, as prescribed by tbe Constitution, and took
the oath of office in the Kawaiabao Church, at
Honolulu, on the 9th of January, 1873. King
Lo nalilo is, like bis two predecessors, a descend-
bodies, and the sura of from J?8.000 to SIO.000 is
asked for them.
It was their unvarying custom to spend three
days and a half of each week in each house. So
unalterable was this custom that the funeral of a
son on one occasion and the wedding of a daugh
ter on another, could not be attended by them
because the eeiemony was not at the right house.
Thursday. Jan. IS, was the day for Chang to
visit Eng's house. The former was the weaker
of the two, having been paralysed three years
before on tbe right side, and ever since suffering
from chronic pneumonia. On this night tbe ex
treme cold, the rough road, and an open carriage,
conduced to throwing Chang into a severe attack
of bis affection of the throat, and be sent word
to bis wife next day that, though better, he
thought he would hare died that night. On Fri
day night the twins slept in the second story of
the house, having do one in tbe room but a little
negro, who said they got up after midnight and
sat around the tire. Chang complaining very much
of his throat. Eng wanted to go back to bed,
but Chang said it hurt his breast too much to lie
down. However, they did soon afterward go to
bed, and nothing more was heard till, toward day
break. Eng was beard crying out for his son Wil
liam, who slept in an upper room. Wben the
family was aroosed, after repeated callings from
Eng, they found Chang dead, and Eng with the
cold perspiration starling out from his face, pallid,
and complaining of excessive cold in his feet,
and asking them to pull and rub them. How
ever, in about l1,, hours after tbe alarm, Eng ex
pired, all the symptoms of coming death being
The Boston school committee refuse to allow
the women elected on that board to hold their
seats. Poor Boston !
The usnal fires, defalcations, etc., have setred
to relieve as from ennui. W. H. C.
EDINBURGH BOTTLED ALE. FRENCH GROCERIES
vt I. finS.KN.
i.i. rt:Rsis .m: iifri iiy otiih:i)
I to hunt, nr nth' is. Is. Inlst up.ni the Isnrt i.f
afc.-ihanaloa anil t.fVkco. Hawaii, nnder petialtv of !h. ;
Ian. (ITS Sou ArYINU A Ai llfi K.
WHEREAS, AXAI'. XEB(HA!fT OF THIS
place hM thia day inade an -usignmeDt of all bis
property reaj and peraooftl, for the benefit aod with the
cottftTOt of his rreditora, notice ts hereby given to all par
ties owing the said A man to make payment to, and all par
ties ha rina- claims against htm. to present them with
Toochers to tbe noderahrned dcrlna: the term of atx months
from date or they will be forever barred.
F. A. SCHAEFER, Assignee.
Honolulu, March ZZ, 1874. tso it
t. K.IMWKM sr., antt
a KAMA, k. Befi.re the Honni-ahle Q HarrK
VIM .w.wtate Jttstfcv and Vkr rhanrHlnr of th.- Kingdom.
By virtue of a decfre ttvutng out of the Huprrmr t ...irt j
of laaw and Kqnlty of the Hawaiian (Aland, tn faror of the I
above named Plaintiff ftr MAM, I shall on Hator-ilay. the
1Mb DAT OF APRIU l!Tw, rspoae ftir sal-, at the Court
House In Honolulu, at I- o'clock M, all thr nghu litis and In
terest of Katawela w, and Kama! It. In and to all and atom
lar the mortaMTd prenilmii forth and dt-rtre in th
mortgage nf m. Mclnemy, in thin nv filed aitd tirWn d-
KribH m follows. Til :
All those several tracts or parcels of land rftnated at
Waiklkl. I at and of t aim, Hawaiian tslanda. and i-ooud.-l
and ' ! - r-' . as follows :
Apana alna a pan e walhn 'la ma Waiklkl. Mokn
punl o Oahu, 1 hijakaka la ma ka I-tuapala Mia Nnl.
Hefu 9ST9, la Kalama a rac Nakookoo, ma ke Kali ana
Helu U40 a me SM4, a penel na palena : K boomaka
ana ma ke klhl Kom. a bolo ma ka pa pnhaku Hem.
48 ' Hlk. 2.73kh, ma ka palena o Kaauwai ; alalia Hem. 41
Kom. AlOkh. ma ka alnanKaanwal ; alalia Hem. 4i Hlk.
atSOkh. ma ka pa alna. alalia Ak. M3 Hik. 4.4kh. ma ka
pa alna o Hoputa, alalia Ak. 41 Hik. rSTkh, ma ka pa hale
o Lotloa, alalia Hem. S 3 Hlk. 2.0-dth. alalia Hem. 41 S
Kom. rsokh. alalia Hero. 331, Hlk. 2.S0fch. ma ka pa alna
o Hoputa. alalia H m. 46 Kom. X.Mkh. alalia Hem. il
Hik. 7.43kh. roaka alna o Keolaloa, alalia Ak. 4i Hlk.
O.Mkh. alalia Hem, 44- Hlk. Z.09kb. a hlki I Kahawal, ala
lia Ak. : Hlk. -L49kb. ma Kahawal ; alalia Ak. AT3 Hlk.
Atskb. ma Kahawal, alalia Ak. M- Hlk. 0.4Tkh. ala
lia Ak. 60- Hlk. t-AAkh. ma ka Aawai, alalia Ak. 27 1
Kom. ITTkb. ma Kahawal, alalia Ak. t Hlk. .S4kb.
alatia Ak. 7f Hlk. l.SOkh. ma ko Kepalu ; Ak. US ' Hlk.
l.lSkh. ma ka pa alna, ak. tt. Kom. ll.OOkh ma ko ke
Aupunl, alalia Ak. U Kom. l.Mkb. ma ke ala Aupanl.
alalia Hem. 17 Kom. 4. H7kh. ma Paakea, alalia Hem. & -Kom.
I.OOkh. alalia Ak. -0- Kom. l.kh. alalia Ak. at
Kom. S.OAkh. alalia Hem. 41c Kom. a.AAkn. ma raakea. i
kahl mua I hoomaka'L It 2A-100 Eka."
Araaa 2. & Lot. " E boomaka ma ke kihl Ak. a bolo
Hem. it Hlk. S.Hkh. ma ko Hopola, alalia Hem. 5r
Kom. l.Mkb. alalia Hem. IIS' Hlk. 3. llkh. alalia Hem. W
Kom. O.SOkh. alalia Hem. 17 , Kom. - Zi k!i, ma ko KawHa.
alalia A k 16 Kom. 4.-kh. ma ko Laaeka, alalia Ak. M-
Hik. 1.95kb. ma ko Paukuwahle, a hlki I kahl mua I booma
kaia'L 1 AA-10S Kka.' 1
Araa A 1 Loi. ' E boomaka ma ka kihl Ak. a e
halo anal ka Hem. M s Hik. 4.1kb. ma ko Xaonaikt.
alalia Hem. K- Kom. 1.20kh. ma ko Kawela, alalia A k.
4V Kom. 4.l&kh. ma ko Ablpaa, Ak. m Hlk. IMkh.
ma Paakea. a biki 1 kahl 1 boomaka L-5O-100 Eka."
Ajs-asa KHL-taAMOKt- Elca. " E hoomalca ana ma
ka Auwai a e bolo ana 1 ka Hem. 40 Hlk. 110 panku ma
ko M. Kekoanaoa alna, alalia. Hem. 46 Kom. 7.M panku
ma ko X. Kekuanaoa a me Z. Kaawai alna, alalia Ak. 4J"
Hlx. 172 panku ma ko Z. Kaawai a me ko Kan hang aim,
alalia At -AS3 Kom. 1 paukn, alalia Ak. 44 ' Hik. SO pauku
ma ko Lorn, alalia Ak. - Hlk. 70 paokn, alalia Ak. A3
Hik. 71 pauku ma ko Kahalehan, Ak. 15" Kom. 130 pauku
alalia Ak. 42j Kom. sO paukn e pill ana me ko Kauhane.
alalia W Kom. Zl panku ma ko Palanalelo, alalia Ak. 42
Kom. m pauku, alalia Ak. 3 Kom. 304 panku, e pill ana
me ko Palanalelo, a hlki 1 Kahawal o Kolas, a boto a hlki 1
kahl I boomaka aL 1 W-100 Eka."
Togetiier with the buildings thereon situated and privi
leges thereto pertaining, unless said decree. Interest, costs
of snittogttbvr with my fees and i i.iiliatsssiiiis be ptwrioavBly
Hcoololu Mar. H, ISTI. Marshal HawaHan Islanda.
Larj. anil Desiranle Assorfnaal.
XaloVslat's "Bi-trsaot of IVtorat.
Hul l Hi wVH 7....C.
tVkita Uad, Taiat Oil.
Illack Taint, Red Uan.
Alcohol In I Callon Demijohns .'
i ns. In it...
rifir anrl Table. I Inret.
I I. Irs n. inn i I. Il It 1 1 i i ' WHf
A Small Lot of Fine Hnnauian Wines.
Sel'rer Water. Fine l.iqnenrs.
Iierman, Scotch anil N -irwejrian Ales, qts ani f.ts.
Fine Havana and f.rrman fleir,
Vienna Rockinf Chairs. H .fas. ThairJ, WaHrorial.
Writiaf !- and other Farnitare.
Oalvanited Irna Pipe. ) anil i inch,
8uaaa Pip, i to 11 inek,
Ch rcual Tia Plates,
Block Tin. Bahtiitt's Patent Metal,
Perforatad Brans, for Cealnfoajali,
Hheal Zlae. Maata Yellow Metal aad Nails,
Hoop Imn. I. . 2. I and II inch,
Fenc, Wire, No. 4, i aad ,
Bast Reined Bar Iron, all aiiat,
Ktf Rireta, Laateraa.
PORTUHO CEMENT, SUITES, FIRE BHICT.
Stockholn Tar. do. Pitch, Coal Tar,
Fire Clj, Balk Bricks,
Blackmlltaa" Coal in aka.
Hemp Pa kinj. Corks, Hide Polsea,
DefBtjohas. Birch Brooms,
Oak Boats for Coasters,
Oil Shrunk Shook.
Petroleom Barrels for Tallow CoBtaiaers.
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Samples Now Open!
FOR SALE BY
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