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. rtemn Wan!, flicwmin," now writes esclu
sjie'j 1 Vanity Fair,
j-.. L:c-t Connect .out nctie.n is a wJ n n-Lr-o.
i'-'?'v-"r -nee ar.'I i.--Itjr.
Italian a gool
jeir, n" --'- -'
fiat-1 emiT-tiN ?..in from vtin of clay nn.l
I'irr. iu -'" f 2cw '''"'il l-
i;f In1'' ftre "il-l tiding foxp-. ami uici-ure
,ii twt " ,;r t" ti.'-
T.rve m ri- T cijCMHiiutu arc exirt-.l iu : -injle '
je.r fr .ui the l-Uml of C v!.,,i.
T'tif l'n;5'.s'- li',-''3r journal nr: i.el.ntii.g .iir.,r
,.,u; the rtl.itie m-rils .! Wci.-t.r"s wl VV'oroi-tcr'sj
Mr. Cirimnt h c-titrifnittl 4ou) tickets cf a J mi-- ,
to hi Ma-titm tuwinli the r l t-f of the Kan-. 13
T,e livp oc!t of Illinois) is o-tiinate 1 at Hoar one
bun In.-. I f Jo'.!.irs in a!ut
The Y.hzVith I e of Aihol's ilT piik coiutrise-a
. nf c"''' I'T Ch tries? Iiickcn.i i-e to arpe.ir in ;
All the Vear Kemp!," etititR-l "tirt-i.t Kifcti-
A ij. .ut ition, inclu l..i two mfn.Urj of I'.r.i.i
n,,nt, tttn ppoictf'l to invite Uar.Mi to Lug- .
The milleni'ira is rTti;i.!y apj.rrjfirhiiijr in New 1
T.rk. U.Hj M'tHijc". the notorious bully, k w actu- ;
sii ten convicted for a-s-aiiltini; a policeman, j
j-jitjcn had rrcently ttl..li.-hf.l the vexatious; j.iss
p.,rt svsieiu. an I thereby M-t an excellent example to
tie other governments of Europe.
i)i-:.tTLiM! of tub Pavilion. Workmen have,
e:arncfl I.-:utl.i:j: the Pavilion, in San Francis- j
eo. The huii'Iing has been rl 1 to Iore & Haven. for J
52,2, j-iyable in 20 and C,') days. .V. . Tim. . .
It U rt-f-ortc-I that the 3,fX,00 acren of public '
LH'N in t'aiif-.rnia, tu be put on bale in June, IsOl, j
vill be rapidly iM.ught up. They conipri.-e borne of j
the uuest laii'I. in Sacramento tii.d San Joaquin val-
F.ix'T Fibemf.v. The la-t reCnnient in 6re mat- I
teri h:w Uen iotrilucl by the l'htx-nix I fi.se Com. j
pvey of riiiladeipuia. Thy wiil hare a large wvj i
drawn by two horses to Cf-nvey the members to the
fir. The Iho-nix has always bfn a kind of
tiiic-.'tocliing company, but fatuous firemen. I
The Honolulu Adcrrtix'r says that a female x-
vaiiau, living in the island., recently gave bir'li to 1
kcr tu-'nttf-tUiril child ! At thi.i rale the Kan-ik ars
are Dot likely to die out during the resent genera- ;
lion. 1'ttrtlawl Trantcrifit. " j
Artii. Well at Irivn.LE. The artesian well !
it Louisville i one of the grt-at cariosities. This is 1
tbe dpptst well that Las ever b-en s-uccen.fully bored.
It as cjiutneiiced in 1S"7 by the Me.-rrs. Iipoiit, is j
3 K f ft in ilepth. discharges 230X)i gilhm every j
twfnry.four Lciirs, and carries it.s flw to the height j
of 1 feet above the nurface. 1
CiRHowf.D SpLtNXJOR. Rev. Ir. Tynof Xew York, I
tull his ?ucty the other evening that an eminent J
jtwcler'a house of that city cleared, from diamonds 1
rtnhd to holies to glitter in the presence cf royalty, j
at tbe grind ball, a fuiTicient sum to pay the rent oft
their store for a year. j
The 4Jou Lhllars. It has bee a aunoun-rl that
the Uoitel States Mint had commence 1 to recoin gold i
iL.I'rt into oieccs of larger denomination, on a:cuunt !
of tbeir great inconvenience; but the truth is. that
toe recxioage is only applied to thoe of the first two
or three year?, which were smaller in circumference
than those coined bow.
Gt or English Xkwpaphr.s. Tle Lnndon daily
nevpaper cost more than double the price paid lor
the best daily journals in the United States. The
Loniluti Jfaittf cos $17 0 a year, the .Trrr-
tiur &. Chronicle $l'J i, Pt W,
Timti ?"Jrf. The Thumltrtr is furnLshe-J by London
agents on the tecond l ty after its publication, at the
rate of SI'J i0 per annum.
The President attended Dr. Garley's church in
Wasbingtun Suuclay, December 18th, and heard a
sermon on the I'nion. in which ail kinds of secession-
vt and dUanionists were severely denounced. He
listened with apparent delight, and after the services
were over, said, It w is a spleudid discourse." j
A young lady in St. Paul rose from her bed a few i
o'ghts since to make an application of camphor to her
throbbing temples. Uy mistake she got hold cf a ;
bottle of indelible ink. The error was not discovered j
in time to prevent most damegin; effect to the fair I
coe's personal appearance.
The heir of the throne of Italy, the son of Victor J
Emmanuel, is Prince Humbert, now in his 17th year :
a bold and elegant rider, a first-rate marksman I
with tbe rifle, exhibiting skill anJ endurance in all j
manly exercises, endowed with a fair, open counten
ance, while tbe soldier-like, honest mien of the father '
is blended with the delicate features and sweet ex-
preusions of the mother. j
Dr. Wm. Longshaw, Jr., the surgeon of Dr. Hayes I
Arctic Expedition, has returrc! home, leaving the (
vessel in her winter quarters, officers and crew all
tf!L Tbe vessel would remain in the ice till June,
an 1 everything was fvorab!e tor the prosecution of
the enterprise next sea so n.
The Romans have a caricatnre in which the head
of Napolcoo is laid open aud a. I Europe is represented
M staring at the Imperial brains with a bewildered
expression, denoting the inability of the knowing ones
to read the riddle which is now perplexing conserva
tists and revolutionists.
Matrimoxial Gssip. Fernando Wood, Mayor of
Xew York, has pnrcha.ed a Fifth-Avenue house,
(nir of 331 street, for $32, WO. and proroses to gi-t
married (for the third time) and move in shortly. He
marries a Miss Mills, upon whom, it is understood,
he agrees to settle 100,000 n the day before the
knot is tied.
The late defeated candidate for Mayor of Coston.
M.)es Kimball, was one of the City Council which
ten years ago refused the use of Faneuil Hall to
iHnitd Webster, when he desired to address the peo
ple of that city in nupport of his vote in fvvor of the
o-mpromi-e bill of that year. Kimball is now feignal
ly rebuke-l for the insult and indignity he then offer
ed to that great man whose orations have dene so
much to make Faneuil II i.ll memorable in history.
Cyrus McCormick of Chicago, the man who invent
ed a reaping machine, aud made $1,300,000 thcrc
bv, and was refusal an extension of his patent by
Mr. Holt, then Commissioner of Patent?, on the
ground that he had been suBu-iently pai 1 for his in
genuity, will again apply to the authorities. He is
now utderst.MHl to want an extension on eight or nine
pitents. for improvements in reaping machiues.
A Wtf.bax VtTCO. Dr. Lyman IScrcher, who cast
Ms firM vote fcr Gen. Washington. PresiJenf . was
taken by his son to the polls, that be might cast his
last vote fr Lincoln. As the venerable man, with
flowing and silvery locks, entered the room, the crowd
parted right and left, and silently made way for him.
Captain Travis, the celebrate. I marksman, in or.ler
t te-t the truth of the assertion that the hi-le of a
rhinoceros will resist a bullet, shot at a iciiuen of
this pachyderm, on exhibition in Memphis, on Satur
day night lart. The bullet fell to the ground, flat
tened by contact with the thick skin. The animal
did not even move when he was struck.
A shark, recently captured near Port Jack'on.
N. S. W.. carried the foil, wing curious nisccdai.y in
his capacious stcmach : Half a ham. several legs of
mutton, hind quarter of a pig. head and fore legs of j
a bull dog. with a rot round bis neck, a quantity of j
horseflesh, a piece of sacking, and a ship' scraj-r. .
-o wonder mat ivsnt b-"""" "
from his liver !
New Ship. A new system of ship-building has
lafpl hn tntnxiaced into England by M. TovelL
The bow is copied from the head of a salmon, the
r K after bolv of a swan. Vessels built
Htern from th after bo.lv of a swan.
upon tbis principle have all prove-1 to be fast sailers,
wita great stowage capacity. The kcelaon w curved.
Dot straight, as in many other ships.
Sr.vr.RE Weatiieb is Eibope. A letter from
CU n.erry. t rance, state that a rather heavy fall of
now took place there in the evening .f the 7tti ov.,
and that all the mountains in the environs were
covered. Frm Marseilles we learn that there was a
sharp frf.-t there on the 8h, tbe thermometer stand
ing at to degrees belcw freezing point.
The Pbino:s Visit to Dostox. Tbe -peclil cor
repondent of the L,n.lon Timr. under date of Nov.
7th. gies a letter of over two columns in length. .1.;
scriptive of the visit of tbe Prince to liostoa. lie
" Boston has given the Prin .-e of Wales a reception
inferior onlv to New York in its magnitude. Its
warm, cordial enthusiasm, its decorum. t immense
outpouring of a people's welcome e.jualle.1 that at tbe
capital, and more than this it woui.l be impossible to
say. It was. on a more confined scale, a repetition of
the same grand scet-e which he witnessed in the
Broalaay. If there could be a di.-tinction drawn I
tween sucli Leart-stirring ovations. I should feci in
cline 1 t lean rather in favor of the cnthtsia-m of
IbiStos. but this slight sha le of difference, if any
really did exist. mv be more than accounted f-r by
the fvet that on the dy of the arrival at New lork
the peop!.? had been quietly Waiting in dense m.asse
l.r ei"ht hours, and it was so dark when the Prince
g .t down the Broadway that one-half of the people
w nothing of him at all. Certainly. New 1 ork an l
Ity4foa have as completely eclipsed all other cities in
this tour, in the intense corJiaiity of their welcome,
as Halifax surpasscl every other place in its street
dea.ratious, or Mootreal in its ball."
1 The Pkivk of Wall-s Attk.m..j a Pbf.-iitte-Riw
Ciuiu 11. The young Prii.ce. while in IUinoi.
chance I to tpnd the Sabbath at Dwight. and. with
bis suite, attend.'.! t'ie Presbyterian cliurc'i of that
place No com motion was "produced bv it, and no
chirge :ad- in tie exercises. The pastor of the
church, tlie I.ev. l. i. Young, preach.-! a pi iin ?
pel s. riijon, making u,, p-r nal aiiu-ioii to bis J;--tir
gu -be.! hearer-, d..t;b'les r.-it ir iir. tli:s a . rif;of
the p: : e- w.er th rich and t .e j . r, the liis'i at 1
the '..,r, !.,, 1: J t ,, ...r , ,. ,.,.. f,
nr, I a- liavii.g a o r. !:. .?.. ;.., ;l4 f,, , f
'I ':, M .y ii...i:.-.-. t.- P; r. .. .. s t , .. ..
t:o;. of p to t;;- j ,-(.,,-. .fi, ., 1 ...... ,;, l :, ,;,v..t
be ij. ri b-,1 if. , ,;. .., ..,;.j.. .f
wb.iii i- 10 :.!, ui.-in.-hv-l st (: 11 r.
TiiK N w Pitnti.i mS l iit.. A .-f-r r: -.r - f
th.- York Wrl!, h.- j i-t vi-.:. 1 A! r i!,i;.i
Lit.:..:i, ;,t hi- b-.n.e in Spr;2.2S.::.. !.!.. -ives the t .!-
lowing -k-t.;'i of :
'lii- future lady . T f.e Wl.it.- II .;i-e i-. p-if,r.-,
a pers..age to whom ja-t n.,w the livetiest intre-.t
attwh.-. That she will adorn and gr 4.;e eolith;
exiited Jo;,,i, to which she bids l'.r t.. stiotee I,
fione who have the fortur.e to s.-e tier can doubt. She
is jet aj.ptrently p..n the a Ivan' ig.-. u, b-of frty ,
with a face upon which dignify and sx.-etne-s are
blende I. and an air of cultivation and rerinenietit V
which fatnioarity with the courtly drawinc-room- f
London, or tbe ari-'- . r:itic s ii-us of P.iris, w ..u'.d
har lty lend an added grace. SIl- is aln.irably c !
culat.d to j rtsi le over our repub'i.-an curt. If ( t.e
werf p.-rinitte 1 o far to describe l. r jrsoia! nppe.ir-aijc-r
as to n.t.-t h!f way the re.-j-ctfu! curiosity
which is Cei. ntiiy felt up.. the su) j .;t, the ilcscrip
tion w, si'. 1 J,e ; tl,:t sli- is -lightly atH.ve the n.edi'ita
stature, with brown eye-, clearly cut feature, d. li
cate, mobile, expres-ive; rather d'l.-titiguts.hed in aj--ar
ir.ee th in -:iu;':tu'., c.i.veyi::.' to the tl:u ,1 (...n,.r.
ally an iuij.re ion of self-j -si-s;..nt .-tatelitu and
elegance. I di'tru.-t iny ow 11 oj ii.iori upon -ul j cts
of the bind, but I concur in th- t. lief prevul.-nt Here
abouts that .-he will make as adiiiirable a leader of the
stately dames and loe!y deiii'.ise'Ivs of the national
capital, a the most fastidious social martinet Could
A TiiifcF OvERiivt lh and IxI'kctki Our read
era wiil remeiiiler Mr. an l Mrs. II iinra, w ho gavesev
cra! v.j.tal concerts in this city some years since. The
following has transpired resjecting Mr. II.:
SVme w.-eks ago, says tlie Napa Jd u t rr, A. N.
Hiiiuui, tho getter up and ostensible manager of the
Collegiate Institute in this place, suddenly got up
and got," leaving the public minus from three to five
tlu.u-iinl dollars. He exhibited the utLt.ost impar
tiality iu his operations, treating servant girbs. cooks,
butchers, merchants and printers all alike. Ju-t I e
fore leaving he got pssessi.n of some .r-,o) ly
means of collections and a transfer of his interest in
the college projierty, and vanished from the sijil.t of
this community. Mr. 15. W. Iitta, of the tnui of
Lull a & li! iin, was among the sullerers, and deter
mined to give chase to the iuzitive. Having obtained
some clue, he succeeded in t racing him to Santa Cruz,
He fotiud Ilaiiiiii alrea.ly engaged in negotiating for
getting uj another ' Collegiate Institute," .and on
applying I'.-r the necessary papers to arrest him,
found it difticult to i-er-uaJc- the Magistrate that
llamiu was the man he was after.
The worthy Justice h id spent tbe day with Mr. II.
examining mid comparing the various building sites
for the proin.sed iu-t tution ! Mr. L. succeeded,
however, anl arre-ted this speculator upon pui.hc
credulity, j isl 011 the eve of a fresh speculation, and
placing huu on board the stage with handcuffs rea
dy to put on in case of any attempt to escape started
for N ipa riri San Jose. Mr. Latta, on arriving in
the latter place, directed the driver to drive round
to the county j til.1 At this point Hatutu weakened'
and a?reed to shell out, 011 condition that he should
be taken to a hotel instead of the prison. He then
reluctantly disgorged sloj the amcunt of Latta's
claim, besides S ! additional for expenses incurred,
and was suffered to depart. ,
This Hamm is well calculated to take among stran
gers. He is a singing master by profession, and has
given concerts at tbe East aud South, and also in the
Sandwich Islands, California and W.asbing'ou Terri
tory. We are told that he once had a minor theater
in liiltimore. It reports we have heard be true, his
operations in Napa are only a repetition of similar
speculations elsewhere. He is probably altout forty
years old nearly six feet tall, heavy set, florid com
plexion, light eyes and hair, and is exceedingly
plausible iu manners and ad lress, besides being a
professor of religion."
Jotl.N llBOWX MFF.TINO liltoKI.N FP. A few aU.Ii
tioiiists mi 1 colored people undertook to huh! a meeting
in Tremont Temple, Boston, Dec. 3, to iu.uk the
anniversary of the martyrdom of John Brown," but
the I'll ion men went in and took possession, ousting
Fred. Dougl is an I others after a free fight, and pars
ed strong L'nioii resolutions.
Fred. Douglas, who was 011 the platform, called the
proceed iuirs of Mr. Fay the coolest thing he had ever
known. Mr. Fay was su-tained. mi l read a series of
resolutions, which were received with applause, and
adopted by large majority. The fallowing are the
H'hereas, It is Citing upon the occasion of the an
niversary of the execution i f John Brown for his pi
ratical and bloody attempt to create an insurrection
among the slaves) of the State of Virgura, f .r the peo
ple of this Commonwealth to assemble and express
their horror of the man, and of the principles wuich
led to the foray, therefore it is
Rf.tolred, First, That no virtuous and law abiding
citizen of this Commonwealth ought to countenance,
sympathize, or bold communion with any man who
believes that John Brown and his aiders and abettors
in that nefarious enterprise were right in any sense
of that word.
&eriml. That the present perilous juncture in our
political all.iirs, in which our existence as a nation is
imperilled, requires of every citizen who loves his
country to Come forward and to express his sens..' of
the value of the L'nioii, aiike important to the free
labor of the Sjutb, an 1 to the interests of the com
merce, manufactures, and agriculture of the w orld.
Thir I, That we tender to our brethern in Virginia,
our wam:e-t thanks for the conservative spirit they
have niiinitested, notwithstanding the unprovoked and
lawle-s attacks upon them by Juhu Brown and his
associates, acting, if ii"t with the connivance at least
with the sympathy of a few fanatics from the North
ern Stales, and that we hope they wiil still continue
to aid in opposing the fanaticism, which is even now
attempting to subvert the Constitution and the Uni
on. futirth. That the p-o pie of this city have submitted
too long in allowing in esponsiblc iersins and politi
cal demagogues ol every description to bold public
meetings to disturb the public peae and misrepre
sent us abroad, that they have become a nuisance,
which in self defence, we are determined shall hence
forward 1 summarily a'otted.
FreJ. Douglas then rose again, and was exceeding
ly severe in bis con 1cm nation of the proceedings.
He made an nllu.-ion to Daniel Webster, and cheers
were given for Wrl.ster an 1 repeated He was con
tinually interrupted with cries that he had exceeded
his time. All was Confusion, and the negroes partic
ularly uproarious. A motion to dissolve the meet
ing was carried.
Cheers were then given for Virginia, and the Uni
on and the Constitution, after which, in obedience to
the orders of the Mayor, the police cleared the hall
and locked the d.irs.
After the chairman ha 1 pronounced the meeting
dissolved, Fred. Douglas, Sauljurn, and a few others
manifi-tel some resistance to the police, and were
ejected frcm the platform and hall. During the up
roar Rev. J. Stella Martin announced that a meeting
would le bel l in his church in the evening. In re-s-poiise
to this announcement the Baptist Church (col
ored) in Joy Street, was filled at an i-arly hour. The
edifice was small and a large proportion of the audi
ence were black. Here Wendell Phillips, John Brown,
jr., and a few ether leading John Brown sym
pathizers, ventilated their opinions freely with lit
St'RixoFiFLi.. 111., Nov. 14, lsOO.
As Jioi r wmi LiNeoLN. The timid gentlemen who
are expecting Mr. Lincoln t issue a jiron unci i.vuVn
to after the manner of successful Mexican chiefs,
wherein his policy will be declared, for tbe concilia
tion of the madmen who are threatening tbe pecessi. n
of a few of the states of the south, do ne.t know the
president elect. It was iuv g 1 fortune to talk w ith
him ac hour, yrterd ly. in rel Ho n to tnis secession
movement, an., the ugh he makes no ccncealmei.t of
the uneasiness which the contemplated treason gives
bin:, be is not a bit alarme 1 by the asi.ee: of auaiis,
r.or is be at all inclined to yicid an inch to the well
intended but mistaken go!icitati"i.J of his friends.
He believes that bis success is only a public pretext
f. r wh it has been ! ng preparing ; that his Jusition
f.u all questions .f public C"ticern all which affect
the slavery tjuesttoii nearly or remotely is s well
known that no declaration of his w. u'.d change
the trea-onahV purposes already a:.n- urced ; and
that a reiteration of his view-, which are intent
to all men who h tve sought to kn..w them, w..ul 1
be an evidence of timidity which be d s.s not
f-el. and of which he would have no man suspect
him. He is cautious, d. -erect, and wi-e, in h;s re
plies to .f'lesth ns as to what in iy e r wiil 1-e d tie.
But tinse who know the -tea I: i-f ne ss of rirrv.-o,
and the Cot.-ci. i.t.o.t- firmness, which a'.' his d.-tlti-g
ji-he l char ictei istics. h ive tio .1 ubt til it !. w i.'.
ad. pt that policy, when pre-i but, which a pr. p-r !
gir 1 for the u-hJ rmintry dictates ; an I fh it h-' Will
pursue it firmly, per.-i-tetitly, uti I. '.f n.-ee-s.-lry, ob
durately, t the tti 1. I know, s ii I I.e. the ju-tia-s
of my intent'u 11s. and the niter groiitidl-sriitss of the
pretended f.--irs i f the men who are filling the Coun
try with their ciatnor. If I go int.. tlie presid. lo-y,
they wiil find me as I am on ie- r I tiolhit g less,
nothing more. My d-vtar itioiis have been in l ie to
the world without re-ervttion. They have often l-eii
'repeated ; and now, -if re-pea t deiuati ls of tne a-i l
of the party that has elected me, that when threat
en cd I sh ."ill 1 be silent." Cor. .V. 1'. Kv. i'usl.
Tuk IUmovvlt-i Wa ;mni;ton Citv I.im..lnS
Pn.'H MlI.K TIMK 1 K I't.I" VRTt UK Flt-M Si BI. i (! U.I.
Although the simplicity ' f the d ur.estlc life of the
President elect will j.revent t!ie C'.mitiz removal i f
hiu.s'-: anl tainiiy to tlie Federal Cipital f.- in being
ti.ation, trie fen:, e f.ctt.ners e f
his h. .11 !i. I 1 are ne-v rttieie.-- already 1.
in irofiring pro; r " ou-at" t r tl
iiy 11. g igo 1
j .-urii' -y to
tw r ys fir.- 1:1 -t iitip ttle-nt
of Wash:f:gten try, having
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f f I. i s Sr . e Tiev
f. i.g else.
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tic ei.tr nice ii.t . Wahitigtoii.
to; cities, t-rev !
Tuk I'm:- n .!. I.i i- i:ty I.w iv V !?! t. 1 he
fit; 4! act. .ti of !: Yet in- t.t Legislature, I ef t it
a ij-.urnt.-iet.t. n the "J7th ult.. i- to i.-ter this who'e
s'lr j- ct to ti- c.t:iti:i--i. ner- 0.1 the revi-ion ot the
St i'e, with it.-ttnev n- to r- : t W..1I...1- ti...- pie-
s. nr I iw iu- n tti" reti.iitioii t 1 lgitiv.- -i ive- 1- in
nS.i.-r w'tn The C....-tituti.Ti of tue Unit-d St .' 3.
The app.-.'i.tii:et.t Mr. Bi-'.ek 1- S'.-'retary of S'afe
h is I , et, c. titirtnf 1 e t.e thir 1 of the n .11. hers c f the
Sell 4e Voting agiit.sf hitn.
S.-cretary Thon.a- has left f r rth Carolina. He
favois the s ..e-si. -n of certain Sta'.-s in friendly Co-ep-rn'i-
ri oti'v, wb'-n the l.oti-sl.ivc ie 1! ling St kte-s re-fu-e
t . give- C : tituti. -ial guarantees.
Il n. A. II. S: phet.s, a h-a ling niembe r of C. n-gre-s
from Cm rg: 1. I.as taken -tr. r.g ei.-uii-I ag '.iit
seee ion. and n-ia l.- a powerful spee -h to the p. pie
of Augu-ta, showing the ma it.e-s of such a roceed
ing. Nw I.MTi;Lir. The Cleveland V.;ii .'. 4, r thus
map-out five new R publics, ati 1 give- some account
of t h-ir st ip !es :
.' .'.( .Vo. 1 A Southern Republic with :il:
the slic States, save Delaware anl Mis-ouri, the
latter iu fict an! feeling being a Western State and
will so. n be- ns :'ree its t.'lilo, with Ne-w Mc:jo and
the Indian Ten iloiy.
The staple productions of this Republic would be
cott. r., tobicco, sugar and niggers.
Hi iu'ilir .o. li. A Western Republic, including
the seven Northwestern States, Missouri, Kansas and
The productions of this R.-publi; would be wheat,
2orn, be.-f, pork, pot it.s-s and Popular Sovereignty.
iic 3. The: Central Rej ublic, includ
ing New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Dela
ware1. The latter named State has elected a Lincoln
ite to Congress, and has not niggers enough to-day
to run a respectable hotel.
Tin' productions i f the Central Republic Wuul-i be
a great variety of cereals, panic-makers and politi
cians. K.pit.'itic ,V. t. The Puritan Republic, includ
ing tiie six New Englan 1 States.
Preiductioiis Prayers, priest and pumpkin pies.
H'iu'lic .Vo. o. The Pacific Republic, including
California, Ureg.,n and Washington Territory, with
the eventful addition of Sormra and Utah.
Staples (.Sold, grizzly bears and babies.
Ekwapd Bvtks, eF Missufp.i. The prospect that
this conservative and justly popular statesman, is
likely to become a leading member in the Cabinet of
the new President, will be receive I iu ail parts of the
Union with delight. Regarding this political move,
the St. Louis correspondent of the .'' write-s :
Elward Bite--, of this city, received a despa'ch
Devemlier 15, from Mr. Lincoln, asking his immedi
ate presenete at Springfield, im l he left by the train
of that arfiriioou. This visit is taken to mean that
Mr. Bites can have a seat in the Cabinet if he will
accppt an 1 bis friends here as-uine that he1 will. As
he is the first prominent pediticiati who Ins liven sum
mone'd to a conteretice, and us the confere-nce s ems to
be a protraute-1 one, there is room for belief that Lin
coln has accepted him as chief consultee and adviser.
If this is so, Mr. Lincoln may be taken as having
adopted, in prosjK-ctive, a conservative Course, and
one that will te at war with the ideas of the ultra
Republicans. There is no doubt of Mr. Bates' con
servatism in a general sense. He is, however, strong
ly iu fav r of coercive msisures towards South Caro
lina and anv other seceding State, and wants them
brought back to duty to the Unh.u by force of arms if
they persit fi rfWeitr a fair cimfiroinir, or the
acts of an administration which shall make no war
upon their rights. He makes no secret of his coercive
policy, talks of it daiiy here with his brother lawyers,
and displays much warmth on the subject. In the
midst 01 a heated discussion the other day with an dd
friend of fifty ye in standing, but a political opponent,
he averre-I that he had an old sword, a relic of 1SPJ,
which he would wiiet and carry to S .uth Carolina to
ai'l in putting down treison.
8 11 ro pea ii.
The steamship Clrcut Kit lrn will remain open to
visitors during the winter. Some ."M.OtK) peiaons had
visited her during her stay nt Mil ford Haven.
On the 2oth Novcii.Im r. Lord Palmer-ton presided
over the annual meeting of the Leeds Ragged School
The (inriT Ea-ti:i:n. The limit Katcm real
ized 7".0t' by her trip to the United States; it will
take tro') more than that to fit her for another voy
age, and she has gone into winter fjuarters.
There is an ominous cloud of war upon the Euro
pean horizon. France and Sardinia on one side,
Russia, Pru-sia, and Au-tria, en the other, are arm
ing with a vigor which is full of the ominous import
G vriualm's Povfbtt. A letter from Capua in
the '-' says: Garibaldi, having tol l his secreta
ry and two aiJes-de-camp to hold themselves in
readiness to depart, they felt it indispensable to re
mind hitu that ho was absolutely without money, and
that he must think how to procure a few hundred
francs for his voyage. The fact is that the man who
has given to Piedmont eight millions of subjects has
never taken a sou of pay or salary for him-elf.
SrvlN.- The intolerance ef Spain has been fully
exhibited in an open refusal to grant liberty of wor
ship to British subjects. The constitutie.ii is sufli
cientiy e xplicit in support of the course of the Gov
ernment. It says: "The religion of the Spanish
nation is, and perpetually shall be1, that of the 0m.1
nn-1 only true Roman Catholic and Apeistolic Church.
The nation protects it by wi-e and just 1 ms, an I
prohibits the exercise of every other religion." It is
however, strung.1, that when the Pope is asking
Pri'te-taut powers to interfere to restore his authority
over bis unwilling subjects, his representatives in
M drid shoul I d arc to put in force such an enact
ment against the English.
Tiik Pkinck Impkuial ix the Fif i.n The Prince
Imperial profiting by the example e,f his father,
breakfasted with his regiment, iu which he holds the
rank e.f corporal. It was ttie funniest sight imagin
able, to tee him walking beside his father, iu lull
uniform, with chapeau and sword, and the broad rib
bon of the legion of Honor across bis brea-t. He
walked steadily along, as grandly and as gravely us
if be felt the full iiiijMirtaticc of bis position. He is
really a remarkable boy for only four years. Later
iu the day he rode around the field en a beiu'i
little H)tiy, perfectly trained, which galloped as stead
ily as a rockiug-horse. His rein was held by mi of ii -cer
who accotnp aine-l him, and he wns attended by
several servants on horseback. He rode erect, and
sat as firmly as any M irshal of France. All along
the line the people greeted him with most enthu-ias-tio
cheers the men waving their hats and shouting
' I'ivf le Prince Imjicri'il .'" and the we. men kiss
ing their hands and (those1 who had them) holding
up their chieireii to look at him. After making the
circuit of the field, he rode back t the i-iyal stand,
ki-sing his little yellow-gloved hand to the spectators,
who replie-i to his salutations witli the roost hearty
cheers 1 have heard in France.
I was so much touches! by his be'.auty, his innocence,
perfect grace and trusffuines-s, that I felt like shout
ing uc lc Pniire : inv-eif : and it I, a stranger, 1
Could be so strangely moved l y his appearance, how
much more .b-e-ply must the French people hive ieit,
who have watched him from his cradle, and who
look upon him as their future sovereign ? Louis Na
poleori omits 110 opportunity of endearing himself
and his family to the French people, and their affec
tion for the Prince is one of the strongest links that
binds them 1 1 him.
liiC!ir AoJicc !
TIIK ilOAKD OK Tlit S-
Tr.l.S i lit. Niuia:i a .
V ' l!i
li. r l.v uiv. 1. .tii-e. t!. .: Mr. I
W II. 1.1 A MS. IL.tel str-t.
Fu'. ic I " I..1-TI ,4. r. li e l,....r-e. I i..-' .i.u '
. aal ail u . ...-:.. i,u tl..- -ul j - l . ' bun..',
1 ii -i-l to liiiu. F- i.r i.r of I- ;ir ' :
Tti- .iil..-r:- r h is .Jt'sT nH'T.IVKK, ait.l will ... e. cti l. in.l,
SUGAR & MOLASSES,
TIIK I'l.lM'.t rillX OK CAI'T
J 1 I s M Alvl.F..
Tt.--a-:, i.:. .n of o.-1'. ts .ii: 1 otb.rs i i-. v.:.- l to t'ie sa:r
r-v.nol. W. K. sN. I It Ass.
e'X.- in F:.;n r's H'lii l.i..-. -it- M.-r" I m s'.
-.'4 i-.;i:,- J4s
. --.a. TIIK M I!v4 tltKU IIWIVC
. ,-i.-. a I..IAKI-IN". II"' s H ;i. I His- ;
T A I HAM m Nuuat.u sir. . I. a f. .1- r. al-.v- tie- t in- :i j
ll-.-.l. le- I--.-- ;!i- . nil ii- I f ivors e.'i.i- fri. -..I- a:.. I tie- I -r
.i.i- of !'t.- i-u'-i. :n o.-ii- ral
II .1 in- ii f in U- I. a 1 at ail t.-air. ari l " .-TKK .-Tb'W s in a i
f-w i:;i!:ii'. - ti ti . .
N. It Farti.-ui ir u-ieion J..0 1 t.. N .-bt l.u-..-1 . I
A 1. t i :ir ;r l.n.-ry s;.il-l--. Ir- n. !.-r ai.- of ..J-- I- -t
!...r . I. t soi in . v ii.i e 1 on it.'-l ..: - o r in-. I
g .s ji..- s j vfffi:. j
Tlir Im nI Purifier ol'llif ISIootl !i
, r-u nil r it In. e-llovv lleie-U. mi.l lotliele of i
J I l.i
Tin- Wiir iti Neil 'a iil.nitl.
The following is an extract fnea the correspond
ence of the Nelson (N. '..) llxai.ti:.tr ofthc Cist Sep
Ten vnki, Sepreniber 1 1.
Last Monday a grand txpe liti. n proceo-ie 1 t Wat
tar i against t!.- rebel pahs, consisting of lJT ' pri
vates, and i;i all m.-rc 1,4' men. They t e k many
gut.s :"ret:i town, atrl were to procure t:i"re from Nel
son at Waitar.i. The f r -e halted at about eight
inii.-s d'w-t int. an I on T.ies 1 iy morning, being j..iie 1
by ..r Ne'.-.ti and the guns, :. a six thunder,
pr.-.--e- ie 1. aoco:iipin:e I ah. til V Taranki . iuntei-r
R'.ti-.s uti ler Captain Strapp Tiiey most giliantly
suroiel four empty pahs, at. 1 hurtled th-ta ; but en
attempting to t titer a loid leading thr .ugh some
light bush, to an t tier nii. Seine l.at.ves who had
ten previ..us'y ot -.-rv.-i to enter the lu-h. tire1 1 a
v ll. y up. u the advance ! guar ! of the l.ith Regi-
inetit, w- un I.-g one ruin, who tell, M i.-rte-s app.-ar-iiig
to I ... in t oo-. To ttie sh itne uf the Kngbsti. it
has t,: recrdel that the men if the 4 't'i turned
and t!-l in dis. r h-r, leiving their comrade behind
thetn. whether a'.'.ve- or deid they did not knew, and
did not stop till they Lad b ft three cann.-n (posted
in the rear; exr- seJ. to I captured by the M aories, !
as mere were only 15 men w ho remained with them.
One of the onkvrs, it is said, fell over a slump and ;
I -t his sword, an I ou! I n. t atbird time to regain it. .
Tlie " retire" was then soundenl, and the whole force .
rein. ated, having been t atli.-d by '" natives, who
s .on finsj shots at thetn in deri-ioti from a distance. .
Citiiinodoro Loring, with a rocket-tube and six blue
j ickets. was ..!.-.) left expo-ed by the flight of the 4Jih,
and had to retire as Lc.-i he might.
Ti:e a Ivaticcl guard were again dire'eted to ad- 1
vain.-e, and at least recover their comrades, but a
secotid time retired in confusion, and a general retreat :
was ordered s.me to Waitara, and the rest to their ,
halting place of the night before, and next day j
reached town in safety. The general returned to i
town by the steinier from Waitara en Tuesday night, j
When the 40th retire-d, ir is said that it was intiiiia- ;
ted to the general that the 50 Taranki Volunteers
were icidy to enter the bush and drive the Maories
out ; but he said where he would not send soldiers I
he would net allow volunteers to go. j
So ended the great expedition of 1,4' Hi men against j
li: Maories. Sure-ly some d lieret.t mode of warfare '
must be adopted boh re we can hope to defeat the
Maori. There h ive been terrible rows, v, it n the wo-j
men and children about forcing them away from 1
their homes. in fact some of them, who were warned j
to go by the Airedale, are gone somewhere with j
their husbands guns, and cannot be found. Cap- I
tain King (militia) was put under arrest fur refus- j
ing to head some soldiers to tetcii the women out of i
Sp, AMATKl'K MIMCAI. MH'IKTY.
-S subscriptions for tiie year e-miini: Nov. iio, 1S01,
.i... lsiii; lii.ur .lae. ll.- M. uil eis are r.iui.tel lo pay
tli.iu as.;irly a--Cu:iv-ii.eiit, to TllKii. 11. IiAVIIW,
IIOXOTCIC DA Sill A AV ,V "V'
As- IClATIil.N Tl.is As.ie-i:itt..ti hold their Keatular Meetings
ti sATl'I'.liAY KVKMNU of ea. li week, at Ti uV-l.jck, at the
H-iii-l Vest-y, on Kinst str-i t.
The A--...-iaii..ii has lately uti 1. Tone ix thoruuh rc-vr;au-iz:ition.
The public are invit-il to atLenJ.
lvr oi.hr: G. YV. MI US,
XtlTICE TO TIIK I'CIII.IC I The Honolulu
TI'liN-VKKKIX 1.. j; l.-av- to iiifunii lh I'uhlie that they are
now prepare. 1 to pive insiructioii in liyiuiin sties to hoys betiveen
the iiL-es of skvkn ami si x ri-.KN years, on Tuesday evenitiR uf each
week. For furtln r iuf jrii..itioii , i.iuily to M r. II. Voklkkk.
l'er order :
ej. t . 1 r LL eir.K,
-i -crelar.- II. T. V.
M Its. WJ.VSI.OW An Kxperieiirotl .Vnre
and Female l'liysieian lias ii sm. thine Pymp f.r children teeah
ing, which (treat ly facilitates the pr-s-css cf ts.thiiiir,liy softening
einnn, r.slueiin: all iml ininiatioii will allay all pain, and sure
lo r-.-ulate ihe liowel.. lK-iK-nd upon it, mothers, it will jtive
rest lo y ourselves, anil relief and heallli to your ii.f.iiits. ler
feetiy safe iu all caaca. see iidvvrtiseuient iu another Column.
o A. K. it A. M. I.k 11100114.3 di: L'Ockasik f.oiie.F,
-- No. 1J4, under the juri-dietion of the Supreme d.iin-
eil of the (irand Central L.li;e of France, wnrkiiii; in
the anri.'iit stc.t,-)! p.ite, holds its reitnlartiieetinps r.n the Wed
nesday nearest the full moon e-f ench mouth, nt the old I.od,re
Koom, in King street. Visliinjr l.rethreii re.sp.s.-tfully invited
August IS. (oO-tf) l1. C. JOXliS, Secretary.
. IIOVDId I.I IMI'bl. ATTKXTIOX I-
The M 'liilH-rs of the ahove lionipany are herel.y nolitie
s. li tliai, alt.-r tl.is .late, notices wil
tti for -.
I J' K.-L'ular KrilM will l-s held at I
.... ,i... -1 1 fi.i.i lv;.i .1- i.nni
thai, aft r tl.is date, notices will not Ik: issued as hep.'lo-
the Armory of the Corpsu
Hi the 2 1 .ind 4 ti Friday cveniiiitJ of each mouth, at 7
o'clock I. M. 1'er order:
John ii. oiunvN.
Head Quarters Honolulu Kifles, I
lceoiiilcr o, 1.
Hi:AI.TII.STKK.t-TII A.M IIA1MMXKSS
are ohlained l.y eleansim; the lilood of its iinimrilies. l'.l.-.d,
we are told, on the highest autiiority, is the " Life," or at le.Lrt
the medium of Life to the li.ly ; and it is, we know, the (treat
feeder of every part ol the frame. Thus the hl-xsl is the (treat
cliami 1 of difeasc : consequently, a (too.1 or had stale of the
syst.-ni, or constitution, is no more or less than a e.x-l or had
state of tie: hl.snl. We have made the composition of the Mood
our study, and are satisfi.-d that twi-lhirds of all diseases lire
caused hy ils impurities.
. IVJievin the ahove facts, we mad- ourselves acquainted with
the in. o. in ellKXl' AII Y with a view to a rehahie inedieiual
a.-, nt, thai would correct all iin(iurilies of the MifkI, and at the
am.: liiu.-1 iT-ctualiy cure all diaes arising then from. We
!iav diiereed.-d I- vond our mosi ti.an-uiiie exMstatious, as
thousands e-an testily who have tri-d the virtues ol tlie prepara
tion known Ly all .rotessi.tnal ui.-ii as
HALL'S SVnsAl'AKIl.hA, YKLLOW DUCK, AND
i i i r J-: of potass.
Ilewareof ignorant imitators. The it.-iiuine is sol 1 everywhere
ly respeetahle dealers, in preference to all others.
U. HALL tr CO.,
--1-eiin 14 and 115 Clay street, San Francis.-.
QUiZsCY HALL !
THE LA ..(JEST
('.1I.II OIC.MA !
DAVIS $c BOWERS
jtAVi: CONVTA XTI.V bMI'MIVKI). IX
" New York, from t .vo to three hundred h:in I-, manuf.ic
turiiiL' Clolhiiii; expr--sly f.r t.niuey Hull, which
enahies them t" offer lo Customers the
Largest and Best Selected Stock
ever i ntxirted to this market. The extremely LOW PIUCKS at
which th1-' have alAayss. lltl.eir " ls, has eain-d for them
an enviable reputation throughout California a:.d Ureiruii.
l-i-r, i i-, :ui ini
Vr A S 1 1 1 XCfTOX ST J v E KT,
(Between Montgomery and Piinsotne.)
DAVIS & BOWERS,
Kicc ! Rice ! Rice !
V 1 CIIIXA KICK. oO lb. IJACiS
1 f No. 1 Japan Kite, oO and JoO lb. biiL-s.
For sal : hv
S SAX I HUE.
Cheese ! C!eee ! Cheese !
CAblFOIlM A C'ltKAM CIIKKSK
e' ihtorii.a SA'is. 1'h.s-se,
Kn-'hsh Chee-, iii small tins.
For ile by
or.a.Jta S. s. IlHii:.
Fruit ! Fruit - Fruit !
St l'KKIOIt .-v
haif an I ",u irt. r,
MT'KKIDIt MALAGA RAISINS la bo-es,
e'urraiits, ill Mi.ail jrs.
For sale bv
.-. sA Il-'iK
Spites ! .Spices ! Spices !
I.I. KINDS SI'U KS
For s-.h- bv
s. s a IImIK.
- J Jai
IVI,M T-.FII.I KltTs. .Kilt l. V AL.M-
?T oM.s. F.t s.,le i.v
j : i.J-, .-. SAV llMili.
C1ITUKX. I.F.MON AMHIIttMJK I'lll.I..
I .ur.rv s- !. I .r -al- by
...i-tii ' s. s WII'UK.
Tens ! Teas ! Teas !
Sl I'Kll. et(I... " . lo i; .. ltoXKS.
li --1 I 'ii-ti'.n-. it. 1.'. nr. 1 ;io III. l.-s.
1' a. in hail el..
F r .i! bv
s. s w i:c..:.
f fl IMOCA. in TI.VS
I' Al I ;'i M. Ill tlOl.
F..r - ik- v
- 'tt r -1 ; ti iv
KHia I.VU HII.O I'ACKIIT!
tiik ? !. niu
W.ll l.ve H o N o I. I I.C for II 1 LO r-yuUKy every week
Cati :; !'.i-s.:.- 1 1 or fr .1:1 11 lu j,.
A. K. CI.AKK.
2Si"N,-Y uiiiiri.m i.i i: F-: v -in i; r - Tfr
I'llisT I I, ss mi ns
W;:t I... .!:. .ti I.- ir rly :r-:.i C..;:-;: r.-tal t.arf.
Ilo-i..-.. ir. the in .f March. Mai r June.
S leinb r mi.l Drcrmlii r.
F .r f-irt!.- r ; :.r:.c.i':.rs --e . 1 advert. , ti tits iu .!.. :
pa;- i- .1 .. - v, a. .. t.1...
F. r ir.vt.l ..r j-ss i-- -r Ir II . ..u',-, t ,
iitNKV I 11 1;. .
ar.i.. li 1 .... ...i I';,-. ; ii;Vn-e.
-1111-1 rc.al V l.:.r', H m..ii.
A .I.N Is.
C. tlKk-::8 S C . - - II lata
sutt.ci .v IV. - - N-w Y..ri4.
..W; Mi... - . N- F-.U-r l
vr:i.rs, IMIMJO Ait O. S
UV THll Kl.'.l I.Ai: I'VCKKIS i n WF.KN liONOLl l.V
AM .-AN FUA NCI -e.
For tbe six-dy ati.l s.af e-viv.-y t :-..-.. of V. p-l..vi lis-. Coin, 1 t.
tors an1 vat aal ! 1 :r -. N. to all parts f t'.e
UNITLD sr.VTCS, CANADA ,M IU KOl'Il.
The .;i nts at Honolulu s. 1! ItilU of V.-i ii.ui-'e in .u:n to -nit
on W . l.s t.ir.'.p .N; Co.. sa: 1 noci-co er New V..rt;. AUu
W -I s. Far.'., .v e'.,.', f:.,.,',! i . s. i'.,,.t.. ..,,. ,..lVel.HH-,
whu h pass free .0 -r tl.-. ulif-.r iia and i-.tet r. utes, and uiir
the Atlantic ru:c fr !! S.i.. trai.clsco to New Vt-rii.
CiillllUlssiollS and 1 '..ileCtl. ns .rotllpllv att. r-h d t...
Oct. 1. IsCo-tt. K. V. AlAVst. Auent.
TllEASritE. KI.Klt.il IT, IACKAiK Jfc LKTTEK
23 -s. jo z o as ,
On the 3th nne! tOtli of etieh Month.
1 t Tel AH. I'AkTts UF TIIK
t. v, I'uileil Stairs, Soulh Auicrira,
PT' iirl7E-t Cannilan it ml Knrupe.
CoNSEcrixo is Miw v.ik witu Tin: 4i:kics-ki HoPKAN KX
FilKaS CUKMSV TO kXHoFK.
re(lbl) lirsT.CIIIN A.M IJIT.I.IOX KOIt-
.M warded and insured on up. 11 Policies, held from the best
Insurance e'ompanies in New ork tend London.
Fackaif-s, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in einrite of SK'Cial Messengers.
A sp.-cial llxpres is irale aj by us for Panama. Callao, Lima,
Valparaisti, and all the riucipal i.rts ol the west roast ot -oiilh
Am- r:ca, which is promptly forwarded b the F.nplish Sleamers
tea v'm,ir Paniiuia oil the islt.lt and Jtuh of each mouth.
XT C. ll.-cti..iis nui. ie, and all orders pcriaimn-: loa legitimate
Forwardinst and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
lriiei:i I OtHcem.
A. P. EVKKHTT, - - - - Honolulu.
1-21 MclNTGOMEKV STREET, SAN FRANCISCO.
nEORKK . SIIIKUS HAVIXU SECnib'I)
XJI the service- of a I'l'iie l i(-:t I I'lililt her. would res- I
pcctiully inform hi" friends and the public generally that lie is i
prepared to execute ail Liu.is of w rk in the pluinlx-r's line, in a
neat workmanlike manner, at prices which defy competition.
An assortment of
Iron Sink and
Iron Hath Tubs,
constantly on hand.
Those persons who int. ltd liavimr water introduced into their
houses, would do well to have the pities laid at an early date, in
order to lie ready when the new pipes are laid. 2-tl-llm
.1. .If. SlIITIff vV Co.
sniAV DRUGS !
BROWN'S lsKOXCIII AI TROCIIKS. IX
valuable for folds, Comths and Hoarseness,
linliii of Thoiisan.i Flowers,
Hon or's i'aeh'.ns.
I'.xtra Tu'.iiu; f,.r En. 111a I'umps,
For sale al-o. la rife variety of
Pal. nt Medicines,
Ferfuinery, A:c.. Ate.
FAMILY HKI iJ FTOltE,
2oO-Cl Ciner Fort and Hotel sts.
o"rsr uTtI, it:' i "
AT LOW PRICES.
HltKA K FAST, 11XKII AXI) TEA SETS,
Assorted Cups and Paucers,
Assorts Chamlx r S-ts, of
various patterns, Jte., Ac, Ac.
Assorted plated Castors, cut class Tumblers,
Cutitlass VVine i.Iasses, cut-itlass liecanters, fee,
Fleet ro plated Spoons, Herman silver Spoons,
Ivory handled knives, plated Forks,
l'lat-d Mustard and Salt Spoons, Ate, Ate.
l!y IJ. F. I'FLl'e.En,
2.T.I-tf Corner ijuei-u and Nuuanii sts.
FTJMIK 1"MKIISI..KI would call the attention of
I of bis Friends and the Ful.hc to his U.s ius, over the
' Pacific Commercial Advertiser," 1'rintinir Othce, (next "othe
Past l iftiee) where h.: is taking I'ictiir-s which, for clepince i f
style and softness of tone, canu- t le excelled.
Iteintr in constant receipt of N.-.v Stoi-k. Cle-micals. Arc., he is
prepared to lake Pictures with all the latest improvements.
IT Pictures taken on lilass. Pajier, Patent leather, India
Rublier, V.c, and warrante.1 to i?ive eutir.- satisfaction.
N. 11 The Public are invited to call and examine specimens,
ll'.i-lf VV. F. HOYVl.AND Artist.
Messrs. LOFZADA, SPEXCFH & Co.,
NOW OFF Fit FOU SALE A SELECTION FltoM THEIR
IN WHICH, ARE
500 of the ery best half bred
t I : I1IXO Ti .V MS!
To be found on these Islands, all of which are bred from th
very choicest sires.
Ini ported fr m Australia and liermany.
Lihue, Hawaii, Jan. 1, l0l. 242-3m
Fire Proof am! Water Proof Roofing.
rflMIK liEST, CII KA I'KST AM) MOST I'l'R
i able Uootiiiit that Can be had f.r any buildnif-'s, is the
3tT J. T SZ H1 rjr. ROOFING!
Maimfactuml by the
XEW EMlhAM) HOOFING AND M A XL'
K A CT I II I X C. CO M I' A X V.
This Roofim: is no.r in use in all parts of the United States
and Canada, an l has a p-piitatioii s eoiid to none.
It is now in use on most of :h" puMi- buildings on these Islands
and on several Su-' ir Plantations, and gives entire satisfaction
A small lot of COMPOSITION" and FELT for Patent Roofing,
shortly exH.et-.l from P.-ston.
Id I'LKY C. RATES. A rent f.r Hawaiian Islands
H3:-tf For the N. I'.. iloo:".:i'? an I Manufacturim; Co
3XT O TICE
To lliose- vvi-liiiiit lo luuiuic KXGI.ISII or
OWIXfiTOTlIK INCREASED EXPENSE
attendirit? the iuiio nation of lo..ks, and the decreasing
demand for them, the uu-ler-i-aied will hereafter confine his
1. rb-rs principally 10 such books as may l.e t Tprtsttly ordered
by partifft trihinti fltm.
An rrdT w-.ll le forwarded to R..ton once a month, for such
new or old pubii-ai i.-tis as may Ik .l.-sirrd. 1'ersons wi-htn to
pr-s-iire ls.ks. will tlierefon.1 leave th-ir orl-rs, and the same
will li1 procur-d either by Express via Panama, or by ships via
Cape Horn. Single copies of b.M.ks orl-r-d to come by Express
will cost laid down in Honolulu about Jittu pfr rrnl. tiler t'te
hume cost ; thos coinirip by ships, alH.ui thirty per rent.
W h-re a nunilcr of b..ks are ordercl f .r oncierson, the charge
will be less.
JTT ord-rs acrompani'-l with thf moti.-y, will be filled at a
di-r..ui.t fr-m th- at., v.- rates.
Th- time re'iuiil t-. c.-t bvks by Fvpr-ss, will be about four
months ; hii ' by sliip, from 6 to s itionths
II .noluiu. I'.c. is.,0. 2.f-..m II. M. WHITNEY.
- VH.I.. RECEIVE. Fx AMERICAN SHIPSIAM,
I'ldi.t- rs' Hoi-s.
Ve linW M t:il Slietlttiiiip-,
' lire-proof ptnut.
. Is, l
NEW CHAIN CABLES,
'-1 in.-h, 7- iin li, 1-J-K5 iin li.
"i'i 'i Ami ii variety of oilier M -rt-li 11 n !
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, ETC.,
l-OIt TIIE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, i
At Honolulu. Ollae-t- ol I . I '. u l-r mil 11 Jk. Co.
''rll.l. ATTEND TO TAKINC Ol' I'F.PosI-
lloNs. A. no. I- lirai-nts.ai.d all other I u-trumciits
if Wr.-.a.- t . I-.- u- -.1 i the State.
Honolulu. c. o, ."soU 2. it-Cm
VT TIIE !.! st Nl. I'NIIER TIIE AM
ERICAN l IN.-', I. TE. :' r. f r ...ie at Uapr- Cnleulnl .
u ral. s t . in . t ;!. t i.eivs . f the l i.i s,
lirm r.- s, ' !
s:.:,i I I i-i. !' ry. j
E . ' s. I Ir. .
11. .ii-... . I
e . k iv w.n ,-. i
p..-'. ts. !
Ill .-s .,. , I
C .: -.A.,- .ii !
.".. hr, PilM-Jt.,.!,.-. !
lo V ;l mi tf!., !
" Si,-,.- i - 1
V bin w-.st. bi n.'. -s. , ,-,ry :.-.e,
.- rut- i'-iu-). s, T..r 1 r i-i-s, i
A-i 1 -very ir.. ty ! Rr:-!.-- e M i.-n. F r .1. bv !
--'s -I II. V. Sl. Kil'tNCK. j
California PieMes ami Vinegar.
1 l.. K l'i;s I'lt KI.IX
-';' C.I. k.'.'i llCkles.
lo bh.s. e'id r mi. -ar.
R.-ae.! j. r Fa.ats Ii.'rnfr. For -.,.! bv
Jo--., . II. W. EVEUNCK.
Nautical Almanacs. ISfil. 1862.
AXI I'Al'EK AND lAHi ROOKS.
" For sale bv
i."1-! II. V . SKVKKANCK.
TO SCIIOOMIKS, SHU'S, SLOOPS,
HltlliS, I! A ll KS ,V STIl.VMUKS incltieled
IOI'KEIi EVER) VAKIKTV OK HEMP,
and Manila Cor.l.tne. slop e'haii ilery atid Stop and Cabin
Mens, nt lowest rates iu the jxirt of Honolulu. All received bv
late arrivals Jos-. H. W. SE KKANCK. "
CIIIX CARLES A. I RON WINDLASS.
k 3-I I VCII CII I X C t 151. KS.
1 N.i. 4 Iron patei.t V in. lias-. For sale cheap bv
11 W. SEVERANCE.
(ireen Corn and Preserved .Meats.
4 X S (.RE E X CORN,
e'ai.s Preserved M-ats,
I ans Preserved rruits,
'.K Si im. For sale by
H. Y. SEVERANCE.
COTTON THINK! COTTON THINK!!
OO Kits. ASSORTED I'l.V COTTON
TWINE. E Mam. F -r sale bv
ilv.1 11. W. SEVERANCE.
IIOAT NAILS, TIM II Kit NAILS.
IVR'H'faiT XAILS. 'I T NAH.S
of every s.ze.
For sale by
11. W. SEVERANCE.
A HI1LS. KAMI ltl.tCK, IX SMALL
J PAPERS. For sale bv
H. W. SEVERANCE.
C.ALI.OXS Kl flXlTI RE VARXTSII,
in 5 gal. tins, at a luvrain.
lo-i! II. W. SEVERANCE.
IMVIIHS AM) IIASINS,
T4 SETS COMPLETE. OK TIIE BEST
white Iron-stone Ware, kt 7Vif. in. For sale by
JSS-q II. W. SEVERANCE.
EST V 1 1 1 T K DINNER S KT S. TEA S KTS
and ( li imlK-r sets of In n-Mone M are, per ship Triton.
For sale by (23X-.) H. VV. SEVERANCE.
V ITT (.LASS TUMIILi: KS.
4 DD7.S. SI P. KNCI.ISII t'l'T GLASS
v Tumblers, 25 d.zs. large pressed CI lass Tumblcra.
ll eived er ship Triton. For sale bv
SS q 11. W. SEVERANCE.
S.VI CIl PAX'S ! SAUCE PANS !I
-g ENAMELLED ENGLISH SAUCE
M. PANS of assort e I sizes.
lue) tinned English Sauce Pans, assorted sited.
For sale at prii-es which defy competition. Jut landed per
Triton. For sale by (-3-i) II. W. SKV KRANCE.
OAKS I OAKS! OAKS'
SSORTED SIZES BEST ASH OARS. AT
low rales, er Siam.
F'or sale by
H. VV. SEVERANCE.
)OLAR OIK AND KILLER OIL.
I Cheap, will burn well and give the 1-est light.
For sale by C-US-q) II. W. SKV BRANCH.
TIXS JEN". XV LIND CAKES,
20 cases Ovsti-rs,
10 cases Qual.augs.
To be 9..1J cheap by ' II. W. SEVERANCE.
.ENGLISH ROILED LINSEED OIL,
EJ American Pur Lead,
Fn-nch Zinc Paint,
Che-aper than ever by II. W. SEVERANCE.
rUMl EES. ITTTV, IN TINS AND IN R LADDERS,
t t t at low rates.
For sale by
II W. SEVERANCE.
AT Till: LOWEST PItlCES!
IfKAVr UROGAXS AND ROOTS.
For sale by
H. V. SEVERANCE.
33. O. HALL.
I T (' R X I NG LATH E. 13 INCH?
Fairbank's scales, platform and counter;
Hay State cooking stoves, 5 sizes; Eagle plows. No 2,
Horse plow, i sizes; side hill plows, ox yokes.
Corn shellers, round iniuted spades and shovels,
Pickles, ax Ikiws, candles, rakes, pitchforks.
Hunt's axes, pit saws, force and lift pumps,
lead pipe, paints, oil, tnri'iitine, blinds and do in.
Varnish, glass, putty, lamp black, while varnish.
Leather varnish, carr-enters' to-.Is, a great variety,
Double harness, plated and plain; glaged sun lies.
Hand carts, wheelbarrows, wash tubs, do. boards,
Adz.: and axe handle-, hand and bench screws.
Saw clamps, builders' hardware, great variety;
Plated ware. Old Dominion coffee pots,
liuarded lanterns, market baskets. Ate, 4rC.
I15X' GOODS :.., :., tSz'.
JCST RKCKIVKD 111 EX PRESS VIA ISTH
MUS, fr-m lSoston and Philad. Iphia, an assortment of
HOOTS AM) SHOES!
Latest styles for Ladies, (i-nts and Children.
KC BRERS, ALL SIZES.
A few pairs Misses' It T 111. F.R HOOTS ; small lot of Bunkert's
y aili. d Soled lSHts, for wet wealher.
JZT Rofits and Slues made aud r-paired at short n itice by
2".9-2m ' D- WOOD.
S. I. SVltiT !
But up in 5 and 8 gallon kegs. Also, a few bbls. of the fair.
F .r sale by (i3T-.) C. IIItKWER At Co.
PEARL RIVER SALT.
lTK HAVE CON ST A N T L 1 OX HAM)
Mi;: tr .rn the 1'earl River Mitt Works. Wli coarse and
fine, yuatititi-s to suit, at the lowest market rales. Also, Ka
waihae P. lat K iu quatitiii-s to suit, and .b bv-reil at shortest
notice. WILCOX., RICHARDS if CO.,
217-om eju.-en strett.
OX SALE. BV RECENT A R RI V A LS, TH E
following choice assortuient of Groceries, at the store of the
Raspberry j im,
e'rau'-rry i am.
Strawb-rry jam, ic., &c, AiC
M ini-e meats.
Tins w.it-r crackers.
Tins suirar enickei s.
eiroun 1 black pepper,
W hoie do do.
S. C. s.-la,
Fr--li currants, in tins,
Tii.s butler cra:kers.
Tins oyster crackers.
Tins wir.e crackers.
t rench cajts,
Tins S'nla rrai-k-rs,
English pi" fruits,
English -auce s.
Sal' ked herrings.
Rest i-.lii.' t-a
eJre. ii c.rn,
Crushed and loaf su.-ar. Soap, ic
N. V.. Frr-s'i Island butl'-r and cround cotl-e always on hand
l.,7.1 v II. i. 1NTVRK.
I Ml ES I FLOW ER SEEDS. C KIIF.X SFED3
an I l.ltA.-- .-I .EDS, atu "lio' which will Iw found
Red and Sugar b- 1-,
Loin.' l 1 II . b-h.
I il bag.-. 1 Hi lops.
S ai aa l tabie C..rn, Tomato,
il-aiis. p. a.-. i iiiions.
W iio-r an ! vt VI-I..HS,
Egg Plant, i . . rv.
plI:a.h or I :ia,
S.jii i-h. S i- .
sal-ify. l. ttuce.
Al.'. roba, kr.
o,. l!T, II. M. WHITNEY.
" Kox v cor r i-:i-:.
iil Rt.S KONA COFFEE, 1'KK SCII.
4 "? ifl.n.iMi. F..r :il- by
.... 4.-,- 41. 4 .C I.-
LL KINDS OK PRESERVED K RL'I'f S,
in ton. '-r sule by I
II V A. P. KVIllllTT.
AT .ri TU. !
On Sttttir.lny. Jan. 'iC, al lo oVIorli, A..I.,
Will U -..I.I. :.t the r lence of CII VS A I.KIR, iu lbs
v,.;;. ne.-rly .ip;K.it- F. i . II. ill's.
'I'll.- l-'nt'iilt iiro t" tlif 1 loiiKf.
P.-I in-!. s..r.i. I lack w4l:.ut sprine seat i hair,
l.ar-e btack walnut what n 1 and t-' ks. -ide tables.
Pari -r c. tit. r lt.i. , do. roc.ng cl.air. pictures. Vi.- t, rlfl
lli-tl room Fnrnilurr.
J-ir.-- d-u'-le l- d. 1 lo, I wslslea.1, child's ko ll.lea.1.
1 ens.. 1 camphor bur- i-i. 1 lar.re ... bureau.
h ii rs. cliii-lr-ii's i' h.ui s
Dining Room anil Tantry Furniture.
Tablet. Chairs. Lou ncr. Meat Safe,
Dinuer anil Tea Si-t, c.
kilrhi at Furuiturr, the i. ual ns.rtnwnt.
The I. a-e of the house, with laid attached, lutlicieiit to pat
tare two horses.
LEASE and BUILDING
ON CHARLTON'S WHARF !
rv u o rv iox:
On Tliurselay, Feb. 21, nt 12 o'clock, .M.,
ON TIIK I'RKMISES WILL HE -v.
sol I, the above well known p.. rty. tS
The b-ase has two year- and llirve months to -
run, and a margin of one thousand four hundred it.vitnr ,e
aiiuinu is received, over and above the gr nnd r.-nl of f IrtUO.
Wm. Miller, E-o , has the option of renewing tlte lease or
purchasing the bunding, or on failure to e-ome to terms, Uu
building to lc removed.
Fur particulars applv to
A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu. Jan. il, W. 1. Aiicticueer.
Heal Estate on Mert'liant street
Von SALE !
THE PREMISES KNOWN AS TIIE
Bull's Head." situated on Merchant street, near Nuu
anu. w ith a back entrance from Nuuunu sli-et. Th
building is two stories, with a tine cellar and water from tha
government piin-s, all in lirst rate order. Title fi-e simple
For terms, A-c, apply to
-ol A. P. EVERETT.
CASES HU E COTTON THREAD.
Cases W. -men's and Men's Hosiery.
For sale bv,
2aS-3m W. A. A LDRIC1I.
VALES BROWN COTTON,
Rales Shetueket Strii-s,
Bales 1 auama licks.
Bales Methuen Ticks, extr.t.
For sale by
i-.S-.am W. A. ALPRICH.
MEN'S CALK HOOTS.
Ladies' Kid and Patent Leather Gaiters.
Assorted Misses', Youths' snd Child's Shoes,
For sale by
23S-3m VV. A. ALPRICH.
CASES .MIRRORS, 24 x 1 4, 20 x 12. 1 4 x 1 O,
li! x 9, IU x . 8 x .S.
Casks Guarded Lanterns, brass topped,
For sale by
2."S-3ai W. A. ALDRICII.
I.'OA BOARDS AND SCANTLIXf-
it iS-Oni For sale by
W. A. ALDRICII.
IRISH POTATOES !
A 1.LEN Jt HERRILL'S KAWAlll AE TOTATOES
m. constantly on hand, and receiving; fresh supplies efvery
week per steamer. A 11 who wish for a good article, please rail on
ooj-Sm WILCOX. RICHARDS st CO.
III EREBV 1E NOTICE THAT I WILL
di4 l responsible for, or ay any debts contracted In my
name, without a written onler from myself.
Honolulu. October, 1850. 5S-"m
Fire IS rick !
ITU RE BRICK,
For sale ).y
VV. A. ALDRICII.
ROYAL HOTEL MIL LIAR I) SALOON !
THIS ESTARL1S1IM EXT, ?4
which is unsurpassed in tjuisjity of Table, furnish- j;;: ft
ing. and coinmoIiotis ideasanliii'ss of room, is now
reix-iusl under the suierinteiideni-: of A. J. McDuflee, whosn
well-known capacity as Caterer for the Public in this line Is a
sure guarantee of satisfaction to those who may favor this
llaee with their patronage.
The stock of Wines and Liquors furnished for this paloon arc
the choicest the market affords. iKiS-Am
SUGAR Ail) M0I7ASS ICS
IiOl.O V IIiAITATI(). !
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
FOR SALE BY
lS9-tf H. IIACKFELP t, CO.
A S. CLEG HORN REUS TO IXKORM
the hulies of Honolulu, that be has just received ilirrei
from Indon, a genuine assortment of I'1F-.4E At LCRINS'
celebrated perfumery, among which are
Extracts of Prangiianni,
Wood Viol, t.
and many other fine js-rfumes.
and preparations for the hair, ure also of the Diost choic des
cription and worthy the attention of the ladies.
Honolulu. Dec. IW). 2iJ7-- A. S. CLEG HORN.
Confectionery ! Confectionery ! !
HECK I VED BVtRV TRIP PER Fit A X
CFiS PALM Fill, fmm San Francisco, choice lots of
Krgau'n ce le brn t-el Cnndir.nnil CoofVr liotiii.
Also En.'lish Walnuts and soft shelled Almonds.
For sale by J. CATI'AN ACH,
i!i4-Ctu Nuuanu St., one door from corner of King st.
JIT SrU 1 1 JCT IVE ID
V CHOICE ASSORTMENT OK ENGLISH
and .-CO ri'li CONFECTIONERY, a small lot put up in
fa'i.-v pa.ers, very suitable for Ralls or Parties.
A LSO A choice lot of Spanish I.ICOUICK, a pure article for
coughs and colds. For sale by
2ov6m Nuuanu St., one do from corner e.f Kin(f street.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED:
FINE HAVANA ClfJARS,
Manila Cigars, No. 1, So. 2, No. 3,
Likewise, Superior Nnturnl Leaf Chewing
and Smoking Tobacco.
Also A choice lot of fancy German Pipes.
2..3-6m Nuuanu St., r.ne door from Corner of King st.
Just R(c( ivnl ex " TRITON
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF PLAIN' AXD
J. A Fancy r rench Clay I"i. For sale hy
Nuuanu st., one door from corner of King it.
rtOXSTAXTLV ON II AXD
OX II AXD
rat-Out) Von HOLT k. HECCK.
And for sale by
fASON'S PASTE BLACKING, small, medium
.'al and large sixe boxes.
For sale by
W. A. ALDRICII.
BUNDLES XORWAT SUA PES, i,i,
IViXes Cone Ink,
Western Rim Locks,
For sain by
23S-3ra W. A. ALDRICII.
sfIRTII WE KB.
Hard-tram.-d S-h.l SlaUs, 10 x 11. 8 x 12,
Cotton and Worsted Saodle ijirths,
Jaianacl Roller Buckles,
For sale by
2.",S-r,m W. A. ALDRICII.
.'MVES AXD FORKS,
For sale by
2.;S-3m W. A. ALDRICII.
F'or sale by
W. A. ALDRICII.
OIL CARPETINT. FOR SALE BV
-J.-is.- W. A. ALDKICH.
For J amilv l sc !
LK It ARRKLS C'LKAR I'ORK, jurterdj.
il... do. jut received per 11 Syren," and for sale by
C. HKtll fcli 4; t lb,
ViT-tf Market Wharf.
ROSEN DALE CEMENT!
B 11 LS. ROSKNDALK CEMENT
For sal- l.y
i. t . BKEWEIl & CO.
1t.l(;iIT WAtllX IX COMPLETE UK.
1 Ot Cart, strongly iruned throuyhout. Jnst received r
" Svren" for sale by C. BREWER ii CO.,
l'jr-tf .Market Wharf.
?!??tt??m. f t . as M 1 MJ&x,xmmMmm