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The FtuiMrc Spring (minernl watr) at arntogt,
Tht ChMTttr nut Enjuirer anin.!iL.?es
th t Jiimcs :itn VM. w-ni-.r iror jf tint pnr,
will in no rvi-nt ac.?vpt -f the nii-i.n to Turkey.
A larjre iriv u .,s.'.l to l,e ovr M v-n centuries
oM. nt-tr the city of Mmioo, "n ni l tu h:ive btt-n
struck ! Iihttiin in,ri: th in tinifst.
N'.';ir Onfori'ig.,11, ri I.nke Suf -rinr. all the snow
th:.t dm t ii'.t u this m:. r iuM amount in tl-jth to
111 ffet. Iniriu .,ne night the tlm-rim.iiiet-r inli-cit--I
41 h-i. l.cli. w zero, or within one uert-e of
Tin? IS ink in Al vi tina nre henceforth compeKel
to 'k-jw.-t: Mtocks of the '.,nfL'.lc-ri'e States in-tcH.l of
tlicsv r.f ti,e I'nittsl .i itesj, a n t.a-i.i fur banking
ei ulioii-. !:ari'l fn-iu uifK-r.
The -V. f. ;( in c:i!!? rre-tJent JetT. Livisj a
linn. His) v.,i.;e lit.-'ii't souri'i iim:h like th:it of the
rii.tmrcli of the l.iri-st to our ear-", but Lr. Livii.z-at-ji.v,
the Afrioin tr-iv&I.-r, s-ay.H tlint at a little 'Ji
tatire it i" imp -.-ib!- t. ili-tiiiu:h b twen the ro-r
the !: a nix I the i-iuill tf an ostrich. LouuciUe
The street (hurte riilroul) c irs in .t Louis are to
W pnpeiel bv wtentn. The furnace an J toiler are
r be utiih, ari l j Uce-l in the front of the car, oc
cupying a 9j ace of nt our three fett square. The cyl-.n-lers
are to be fii.ee inches in diameter, with a
liine inch stroke. :i;.J with a power Kju.-tl to iibout
1 he Lintel Mates take
worth of silk from Ku-
pe. In r ranee try
tr:-e of silk un lerzoe- ereat
nu.iu iti-.n-. ine lir t mi l s-t-con l ela-s of silk,
which were at 1"'J mi l 107 francs in ISol, fell to C4
an J .f.. trine in 1SS1, an I ro.-e I-i.-t year to 13-1 anl
The niich.ta!keT-of tl.:ring battery is arvmluneJ
a a t'.t;il failure. When Ueri. Iieaurvgirl first taw
it, he ! tuhc l at it ; ani M.n after it w;m launchetl
it cap-'ut-1 an'l sunk. When this ili-nster befell it,
the (Jharlestoniuns sjVi-1 it was neter int.-ii'leJ fur u-r-Vii:e,
but mt-re'y t- arnu.-' the imnatient hot.-purs
wlw it.-i-te-l on ftorniirit; Fort Sumter.
Mr. nuoelT, the well kn. wn cf.rnfnJent of the
In l iii Ti.iir, who wrote the ilecriftion of the f'ri
lu.m war an. 1 the In lian rebellion , has been ."-ent to
the L'uitt-1 St ites to ketch the ! ins of our people in
the prent irnprtai:t jioliti.Ml cri-i.-.
The eliturofthe L'Ue mir.l (Knglish) .Ms, no
ticing the extreme brilliancy of the green paint with
which s-orne t-.ys were ltci rarl. purchael three or
four -inT uKji;tel thern to an ilysi. He foiiml so much
ironic, in the f.rm if aieuite rf copper, pn-ent at
to r-n lT surrb phiy thinH lanptrous in the ban. Is (
chil Iren, efi;ia!ly infant-;, who always submit the
brightest colors to tiie test of ta.te.
Io it lati or Mhntk..vl. The rapi-1 growth of
Montreal almost equals that of the gre;t western cen
ters of population Ih'troit, Chicago an 1 f'incinuati,
while it has shot aht-a l of Uafl Io, which stands
neit to it on the list. I'ountin the reidents in the
ttiiouins with thoe in the city proper, the number is
jir l'J",Wn, an increase of about seventy per cent,
in the trn ye:rs; the Uncial returns in la-I having
been only 0T,7-i.
Nf-ioTs il.k The Newsboys Lo-lgin Houe,
New orl. has, 'luring the pa.it year, furnished
-7.3. l.jliiif;s, iaJ 13,311 meals. Sun-lay dinners
ire provided for 2Wt boy, thereby saving them
thf necessity of working on Sun lay. 3:I' boys have
(b.-p-i-ite-l ,jllIo7.77 in the savings-bank of the insti
tuii. n. and paid ?r l"3;.Co towarls the expenses of
Tiik li '.rj-K Ck.nts. In November list the
I'irtvtorH of the Mint at Philadelphia made an ar
rangement with the Adams Kipre-s T'ompany to con
vey to the Mint, free of charge, all oM cents to be ex
chand fr new ones. On the l?rh of la; t month
thi.s ar rii2Tii-nt was brought to a close. During
tiiis time (about three months) there have been re
reived an 1 eschanjre'I at the Mint o,i))JXt cents
(S.l'i'b) One million one hun Jrcl thousand cents
were sent fixm lnton and the Ka-st.
A liTVEFr Slaver. The Knzlish papers state
that the bark Vi'im il'inmtr, of New 1 ork, carried
into the isi vii'l of Ascension, in IH-cemlx-r last, by the
British bcrew steamer rlspoir, had 7-' slaves on
board, though she W:w only '1CM tons. Her crew
were fearful looking miscreants. L.S in number, of all
nations. Her slaves, if they hal reached Cuba, would
have sol 1 for s V V T'ney cost, on the African
rr,a.-, W1 etch, or J40,i The liritish govtm
mcnt ai!jws ad prie money jj"J5 lor each slave cap
tured by its crui-ers and delivi-ie 1 alive, and half
that sain for e-.ich slave who may die after the capture
of the vessel.
OpttM E.vTi?fj ox tub Incrkisr. Oue of the cu
rious facts revealed by the publication of custom
huie tableii i. that there was imported into this
country last year ym),0J pounds of opium. Of this
amount it is esrimiled from r-liable data, that not
more than one-tenth i usel f -r melical purposes.
The habit of eating opium is known to be spreading
rapidly among lawyers, doctors, clergymen, anl
literury men, and enormous quantities are used iu
the manufacture of those poisonous liquids, which are
Ivitt out in drinks in the s-iloons and groceries that
ififtt every city un l village iu the country.
Kri'ji ktte. According to a correspondent of the
Kcmn i'u.it. etiq'iette does not allow a lresti"!ent
to dine out. This rule, he alleges, was established
by Washington, and observed under other Presidents
until the accession cf Messrs. Van P.uren, Taylor,
Pierce and Buchanan, who occasionally "dined out."
Mr. Lincoln, however, we are told, intenJs to restore
the policy of Washington and Jefferson, and there
lore "dined out" for tl e last time, previous to enter
ing upon the du-.ies as President, on Friday evening
last. The dinner referred to was given by Mr
fschleiden, the Bremen miaister.
Si.ngclab PijEHOMrxos. A very remarkable mete
orological phenomenon was witnessed at Paris. Ken
tucky, on Wednesday morning between, 10 and 11
o'clock. The heavens were obscured by thin, gauzy
clouds, through which the un could be distinctly
seen, though nomewhat ehorn of his beams. A nar
row circle of light, parallel to the horizon, and inter
secting the san, extended round the heaven?, having
a diameter of about ninety degrees Around the sun
w.is another rinir of light of the same kind; but
rather brighter. haing diameter perhaps half as
lare as the first. 1 his ring displayed, in some of it
parts, some r.f the colors of the rainbow. Where this
smaller circle iuterseoted the Iargtr, mock suns,
though not very brilliant, appeared. On the riiifct
and left of the un. au 1 at a very considerable dis
tance, appeared broken arcs of a rainbow, of which,
if it Lad been complete, the iub would have been the
center. Louitrill? t'ounVr.
Moa.iVMX MfstoMs. This people, so distinguish
el f r the.r self-s.icriticiog foreign missionary labors,
it appear from their last year's report, are truly
b!-.-ed ' their work. The missionaries number 311.',
and reach afsut 73, souls. These stations are in
moBt de-titu:e heathen landn. such as North America,
Oreeni.md. LUra l .r. J unaica. ThiU t. South Africa,
Australia, .vc. At-ct.rding to their report the past
year, their contribution for the support of thiir mis
sionaries amounted tf tS"".CtX. The whole mem
bersliip f this Jenouiiiiation is sail not to exceed
twen'y tti.n-ar 1; this would give them an annual
average of fifteen dollars per nvmber; anagregite
,.f fre dofit.ous t. spread the Jo.spel in foreign at 1
domestic ini'si'-ns not equalled in any other sct.
Omrit not sii.-h facta as th e arouseo' her denomina
ti .ik to ! run :h nirethau they are doing? K- -ls.
S hm l s A .-TRi.t. Ali.ly ft "5 acquaintance
d.-plived iieater presence of mm l tfian I, wu.i
i:i ru:-ive '.-liu I b ring terror of the d vr..-r us
ver'ile-. c ui 1 bave-ur r 1 isib. She was !y r.g
a ike ,ne d irk night, an.use.1, she believe,!, by a
'.'i 'ht n. i-e in her n io. and felt something c me
that to st:r w.sto Jie. uu wou-ienui -.i-.'
,.. I everv nerve thrilling with horror, she lay yer-
t II . L 1 f . 1 ' f ... ...
fectlt still, whilst the reptlie endeavore-J again an 1
aam to ne-i.e u-.i itih-hu - - ...... ,
. . -. 1 1 I . - .v. w mi iri'i 7'.
to d thi", it Slid-
-I slowly on over her sh-i-iiaer an l
and then.-e droppe.1 on the Koor. vvun
-ive pi'inge. .-lie a une l ttie-l-n-r. ana cshpi
for heir, an-1 when lights cime, a large Mac snane
-w is found an l fcil.e-i ; oui my inur.ijtviu -.. .
ferel n ill-healtii f r s- me time, from the fright of
th .se awful moments.
Ocr F.Rr Kevkxv Si mmvb v. We have only space
irnri1' to Ciil aireniioii wi iuc ir-4i
. . I,:. i l
rut ron .eamj, pm-nsun on
the aft !. of this i
sue of the .lit t. 1 hee details
ConSrm the news of yesferlay Ui all essential parti L;ii
Irs anl clear up me matters lett in d-.ubt. lhe
reports which cime irotu me -that
th- people there are determine-1 to uphold the
Government", and if a long and desolating war is
l-.f..re us the b!an:e rtsts ut.n those who forced the
hauling down of the national colors at Mitnter. In
this content no right-minded man can take any other
view of the matter than that the Government elected
under tnef .rms of the Constitution is menaced by
southern Secessionists. Of one fact we are certain,
and that is. 1-ng as a vestige of the L nion remains.
,., that Calif mi v will loyally a lhere. If at any
future timan opjy.rtunity should present Use. f for
mediation, she wiil be prepared to take the lead in it.
sit is. she st .n I-. anJ will continue to stand by
"the Father- of the Ipublio. It U-hoovs all her
citizens t-. be strong and fervent m their I o ion feel
. , i i to,s. who would sow seeds
in-, an i c.-.-tiji
s. ttly on to the l .-l. an I p w-s over l.er f-et ; it g.i lei
o'i. an i pushed, gently and ! ily. aiiust her arm.
wh'ich lay oii'side the clothes, acn-vs her breast. She
then kno th it the inovinz thing as a snake, and
: Tu.v.x'.tHK of thk Ntw Voiik Paxals. Auditor
Benton has furnished to the legislature his annual
repfirt on the canal tolls, trade and tonnage for the
yenr just expired. He s ays that lj"'.'J pre-er.ts the
1 incst remarkai 'f sratiics r.f tra.lc since tho f .rtn:t
tioii and completion of these great arteries cf interior
commerce, s'iowing an 'incre:u--'l tonnag?, increast-l
; revenue, an 1 dr-crea--l expense., whicn. iu the ag
gregate or sinziy. have t:o piraili l s.nce the waters
i of the gre.v l iks and tie Atlantic wan were m:n
giel in troiit of our own arid the nation's commercial
, emjioriiim." 'Hie win !. aniounl of tolis receive J is
A Forttne. P.olert .1 Walker Iris u 1 b-ri'y be
come a miilionniie by r!:e dii-.j;..!! m;.de in the Su
preme 'onrf, irivi.'.ving the t.:!,- f a oji.-kilver
in;ne in 'a.;I"i ni i e-tim ite l to be wortii i-j,' hhikm.
Mr. Wa'iki-r is toe proprietor of one.tth of thi- val
uable ir.ine, and was oi:'-re. not long -i.ro t -jiih4ii-fCK)
for it, prtvid-d the I'ourt should give a favo ra
l!e decision. That deci.-'o ti has now Is-en ci'eri, and
Mr. W alk'-r, who w i-. to ue his own word, " a ls-g-gar
in the uioriiing." went home to his dinner a
. millionaire. The dis i-trous condition of the country
may, however, prevent his immediate italuatiou tf
his " expectations."
".In .V,tiliti'iiizt is any man who does not love
! slavery for its own sake, as a divine institution ;
: who dots not wor-hip it as the corner stone of civil
! liberty ; who does not a lore it a- the only p s-il le
I Poci.il condition or. which a rermanent Republican
Government can be erectel ; an l who does not in
his inmost soul, desire to see it extended arid t er
' pern ifed over the whrle earth, a a means if hu
: man reformation second in digtiiry, importance and
' sacrt-lnt-ss. alone to the Christian religion."
! The death of Mrs. Catharine Grace Gore, the
I popular Knglish novelist, is announced by our re
cent arrivals as having taken
ice at.ut the la-t
: of January, at the age ot l . he was no jess a
. woman of society, than of letter", an-1 was equally
j rt-markabb; for the wit and brilliim-y of hrcon
I versati n, and the fertility and liveliness of her pen.
I As a delineator of the manners of t a.-iionab!e life,
I she had few rivals, an-1 of the G'i or 70 different
woiks which she wrote, extending to nearly '2
' Volumes, there is scarcely u pago- which is dull t r
I Thk Cask of hik Avkuicas Bonu'aktfs. The
' ca-e of the American Boiiapartes, wbih was de-
ci-l'fl against them, it is s:ii.lt is t- be re. rrf-tied np-
on an appeal. Mrs. Patter-on and her oti have not
the remotest hope of training their suir, and the
simple object of the proceedings has been to place
upm recrird il-s-utiients which w-mld remove the
presumed stain of illegitimacy from the grand-on of
Mrs. Patters. .n. who is a captain in the French
army, and who is very popular there. He is rather
a fast " vournr man. and drives an American
i buggy an-1 a splendid pair of hors-s, on the Champs
i F.Iy-ees, every pleasant afternoon, fu adlitioii to
1 his pay, he has an income allowel him by his grand
mother, of twenty-five thousand francs a year.
! Tiik Si i;-isoit to (o.m:hl Twi'i;j. Tiie Presi
i dent has a pointed Colonel F. V. Sunnier Brigadier
( General in the I'nite l States Army, to the w,st ren
' dtrre-1 vacant by the ilismissal of brevet Major
' General l. K. Twiggs. General Sumner has .-erved
i in the army over f-.ity years, having entered the
Secon-I Uegii.ient of Intintry in 11'.'. At the or
ganizttion of the First K.-giineht of l)iiig-H:is he
; was tr:insferred t- that regimetif . Most of his life
; has !a-n spent in the sa 1 lie, wt-t of the Mississippi
: river. He p..ariicipate-l throughout the war with
I Mexico, and was promoted f.r g illant an 1 meritorious
con l'ict in the battles of Cerro G-rh and Molino
del B-y. At the battle of Cherubiico General
Ssott pai I l.iin the high -oiiiplinieiit ol a-spning
him t the com man 1 i f another regiment, the Moun
ted Uitles although a field ofli.rer of that reziment
was then on duty with it. After the war General
Sumner Was placed in command of th- lepartmeii.
of New Mexico, an-1 at the formation of the four
new regimen's, authorized by Congress iu 1SVj, he
was appointed Colonel. General Sumner arrived
in San Francisco, by the steamer, April '25.
A Tprr AvtmicvN. Commander W". 1. Porter of
I the I'nifed States ship St. Mary's, stationed at Pana
1 rn i. has written a spirited and patriotic reply to J.
i H. Hamilton, in the -Navy, who recently issued a dis
! loyal address to the officers of the Navy. Com. Por-
ter, who is a native of Louiiana, says :
i " You, sir, have called upon your brother officers,
! not only to become traitors to their country, but to
I betray their xacre-l trust and deliver up the ships
J under their command. Tiiis itilatiio-is appeal would
in ordinary time-, t e treated with the contempt it
deserves. But I fet-1 it a duty I owe to myself and
brother officers witn whom 1 am as-sHtiated to reply.
an-1 state that all under my command are true and
loyal to the stars and stripes and to the Constitution.
iy duty is plain liefure me. The constitutional gov
ernment of the L'nited States has entrusted me with
this beautiful ship, ami Uf-.re I will permit any
other fl ig to fly at her peak than the stars and strifes,
I will fire a pistol in l.er magazine an-1 blow her up.
This is my auswer to your infamous letter.
1 Mr.BK Troops fou Auwrnvz., Orders have been
very recently issued by the War Pepartment, as we
: learn by the .Mir Yurk IL-rahl, received by steam
i er, directing Companies A B and J, Third 'Artillery,
to take post at Fort Alcatra, in the harbor. Three
' companies were transferred yesterday, from Fort
Point to Alcatraz. The trp went over last eve
: nitig, in ves-e!s from North Beach. Alcatraz Fort
: is one cf the strongest in the l'nited States. It has
i now one hundred an-1 seventy-five gi:is mounted
; some i f tiiern of immense calibre being Coltim
j Iliads, which thr-.w shot weighing V2 pounds. A
single battery of some sixteen of those great piece?,
completely commands Fort Point, which, cn the con-
! trary, h is no guns comtimti ling Fort Alcitraz so
. that the latter is the Sumter of California, save in
, strength for it is capable of resisting almost any
: force that cnul I be brought against it. A garrison
'. of sufficient strength is still left at Fort Point. The
'. guns of Alcatraz hsik out in all directions, and
; cover all the approaches to the Sacrametro river,
: an-1 the entrance of the harbor, while it is thesafc
! guard and protection of the metropolis of he Paci
! tic. S tti Francisco need fear no enemy while that
1 giant fortress is in the hands of men b-val to the stars
and stripes. There are now urut 4lM mt n on the
I island, who are amply sufficient to hold it, though
i a full war garrison would amount to perhaps a
i couple of thou -and. .litii.
Strr.-siox T- i:k Li.'J.w.i.t Tkti:i. The St.
i Louis I)ni,irrnt has been furnished with an extr-ct
from an answer to be tiled in the Circuit Court for St.
j Louis county, in the suit of a New Orleans l ank
against a banker of St. Louis, to recover a large
sum of money : The defendants state that the
plaintiffs, whether chartered by law . r not, are an
as-ociatioti of persons, cituvns cf the State of
! Louisiana, domiciled and doing busine-s therein, and
, acknowledging allegiance thereto, and h ive abjured
- all allegiance to the I'tiitd States of Amend ; that
j sai-I State of Louisiana has seceded from and re
i voltexl ag lin-t the l'nited Mites of America, arid is
! at war with the same ; th it the pliintitfs, and all
I other persons who are citizens of sai 1 State, and
domiciled therein, and acknowltsl ing allegiance
' theret-, are alien trimies of the l'nited Stittsof
i America, an-1 of the State of Missouri, and have no
right to rnaiiita:n any suit in the courts of the State
i of Missouri. W herefore defend tnts a-k that this
suit may W dismissed." Xc. This defence, if pi-r-1
sisfed in to the last resort, would carry the question
of the right of a State to secede to the Supreme
Court of th l'nited States f.,r settlement. Its pros
ecution oi-eh the d.-r to a variety of legil question,
i and will be watche 1 with interest.
1 I'ahicatvkks t.x Sn isi-n. In aim- t every street
mav b t.s-ii caricatures on the present secession
movement tf the South. ne of the.-c caricatures rep-
, resents South Ctrolini as a jackass, striviriil in vain
t break the rein which f iVer.s it to the p. -t ot 'l"ni--ir
wl.iie the Palmetto tl r waves pr-. a lly from its ele
vate 1 tail. Another represent- a cannon, supposed
to 1 loalel. G..v. Pickens stateLng directly 'yr
the miixzie. with a l-ghted match in Irs haul, wiii
PresiKnt Bach in in with bands upraised st m Is c
iiW the gun. F. rt S.imte" appeirs in the ti. stance.
Picker. exclaims. !f y.,r. . ti t surren 1 r th it fott
at once rill.-!-! if I -1 n't tire." Buchanan
irr.pl-.ringly. !! don't Mr. Pickens, d n't fire un-
; til I'm out cf office." It's perfectly t vi bnt that if
Pickeni woul 1 fite. he w. ull certainly " be bio we I "
; In a third of these pictures S, ntii Carolina, as a
mn with a Palmetto tl ig in his hand anl mounted
- on a hog. i leading the other sect- ling states, mount
ed on donkeys, to a precipice, directly in front of
which the waves of the ocean are rolling and breaking
.on the face of the cliff. Georgia alone deviates from
the path purue l by the others, but Is.tii ways lead
to the breakers. A f- urth of these satirical pictur--
places a neero -it the base of a hug- pyramid i f cot-
'-n bale, each marked "Violence." "Injustice,"
I ' Cruelty." " Tre n hery," " Sts-e i-.n," " 1isii
j nion." etc. A planter is vigorously using the lash
on the darkey's pr-o-'cting posteriors, and exclaim
ing " Let us alone '." .V. 1". S:i-i.
1itl Vll I.K HI 111" MCIIT.M'.AT
ly eiwsi.ti"i.siy an.! dc-1;. l-av- ur.l.T wiiti 11K-W N.
nt tt. I'ivt-ry s-..ii.-s.' r.j j. ;!; Sail--r' 11 -r.ie. - r w:ta t!.e
driver f t?it: Hay VN .. n. J'.s -.f
AO I iff.
iikim; vitoi r i.KWivt: Tinv hi;.
-1 -ni. I fi-r tv ':v ti. :ic ' lt..ii 1 t.at -a-s ;r. l!i-- I .
ll-i -k. :.. t- .-t my a-iit. s ILH-t-MKYt-.U.
il 'iioiulii, M.iv s, is.,i j j.i :;m
1IIAVK t( TIIIIKI.KII M K. I. 11 A II T
I.KTT. ly - r f Httorn- y. to tr.i!i.e t a.l I ui:.. on my
' act:rmt.t. duriiii; niy iitr-.-ncf. .:iy or 1 rs f -r riiarlii:.t-ry or ariy
i t rrv-sk.ntltrtu.-e mjy l- ...l.lrcsst .1 t i iuk a: H- si-.n.
-is Im II. . H KsT,.
Vic rt in .t Tuaik am 1'ki-;kk-s. Theexjrts cf!
gold dust for the quarter ending M irch 31, in dicite i
a clecide-1 iint-roveiueiit on ttie corresponding quar-
ter 1?'). '1 he aiuuiint expe. r:t-l w as t L' 1 ,c mo : tiie
excts ever l-.o, -.4-j 'Jxi. Besides t:ii sum, c n
si lenble aiiKunts have bts-n sent away, of which
no correct data can be furnished. The imports into
Victoria f.r the first iju trtcr amount to tib-.ut 71?-.- i
ooo. The r't'irns r.f a .(, rs give the total value i
of tea! esta'e at SJ,lo',"i. Personal property is j
not asses-e-1. Co tuift.
Tilt: Cimsk-k PLt .M-Hi. It hasbevn estimate 1, says
a correspondent at Pekin. that the amount of p rcper- ,
ty pi'.lage-l an I -ie-troved exceeds iliJ.iHMi.iMHi ster! mg.
Fveiy sold er who wa present i- ret lete with loot,
i n filtering the Fii-fs-ror's particular residence no
one knew whit to take ; silver was thrown away to I
take up gold, an 1 g . '.I to tike up jewelled watches i
and gems ; china and enameled vaes tthe manufac- j
ture r.f which i- lost,) of priceless value, were broken
because too bulky to carry away. Booms and roon.s
full of costly silks, bronzes, j i.le-tot.e ornaments, and :
the pre-etits received by the Emperors, eve ry article
being 1 ibeie-1 witli the name of the donor, were ruth
lessly looted and destroyed. Much in . re has been ;
buried beneath the ruins, however, than was car
ried away. 'Ihe llmpcror's wahstand, basin, and
ewer of gold, stud-Jed with .-tones, were sold f.r 2,
IM) by the captor. Lord Amherst's watch was st.l l
by a French soldier for - -l- liars ; it was Worth '"'n'. '.
Many men have 30 '.t. or do of pure gold in their
possession, an-1 others have pearis an-J precious stones
of unknown value.
Gkkat Bm i'aix. In the House of Commons recent- j
ly, Mr. C. Fortescue, in repy to Sir L. Piilk, sai-1 a bill
was in course, of preparation in reference t- the i fiening
cut of the territory on the lied Biver siinl Stskatcli- ;
ewuii, in British North America, to colonization, ;
but would Hot be iutr-jtluce-i until certain tiegotia- i
tioiis now pending Were concludtsl. The French oc- j
cupatioii of Syria was also disi-u-se-1, upon ah in- '
cjuiry put to Lord John Bu-sell whether, iu case :
i'rance prolonged its occupation beyond the period i
fixed by the Convention of July, lsilU, Fuglaii-i '
Tfould avail herself of her right to unite fier troops ;
with those of France in the occupation. L-ird John
Bussell, iu reply, stated the necessity f.-r the occu- ;
patititi in the first instance, an-1 said that he be- :
lieved the French llmpe.or was sincere in his inten-
teiitiou to limit tiie occupation to six months ; and
on the iyth ult. a debate took place on the Slave
Trade, in which Lord John Bussell an-1 Lord Palm-
erston t-xik part. Tiie difficulties in the way of the !
suppression of the slave tra-le were vi ry clearly l
pre-ented. It was proposed to invite free emigra
tion to the West Indies. It was also proposed to ex- '
tend the forts and settlements in Afrio ., enlisting
tin Portuguese in this movement, so n to prevent
the obtaining of slaves. Lord P.almers'oii was very
bitter against Spain, an-1 stated there was almost a
cic-'s- l Hi. He described the conduct of that Gov
ernment as base in the extreme. Lord John I'.ussell
stated that the efforts of the Ilrglish Government
had, to a great extent , been successful, and that it
Was owing to the American Government denying the
right of search in time of peace they had not been :
more so. Mr. Buxton feared that the S.uthern '
S'ates would re-establish the slave trade. Ho hop- j
ed that Government would never recognize a South- !
ern Confederacy without mi expre-s stipulation i
against the revival of the slave tra-le. He suggested '
that the slave Coasts should be taken under the 1
protection cf England, which would enable her
cruisers to arrest the slave dealers as privateers. 1
After some farther remarks from various gentlemen.
the subject was dropped.
Fhvnck. The peculations of Mires, the great
financier an-1 banker, are the present sensation in 1
Paris. He was at the head of a great banking in- j
stitution and held the contract for the last Turkish ''
loan. The extent of his peculation is not known j
but goes high among the millions-. He has been ;
thrown into prison, an-1 investigation is making by i
the government. M. Mires has hitherto lived in a
most superb and elegant style, and not very lor g ;
ago his daughter was married in Paris in a style of ;
ceremonial state and extravagance scarcely sur- !
passed by the celebration of the K .thsclul 1 wedding :
in London sometime ngo. The matter of expense;
was a small thing to M. Mires, and he. therefore, ;
got up a display of the utmost magnificence. For I
some time past there were expectations that the
crash of his affairs was at hand ; and coiisequi-utly .
the Turkish loan, which he had undcrtakeu to ne
gotiate. Could not pirogress as he desired.
Italy Gkkt Bkkorms. By a decree of the pres-
cut Government of Naples the two concordats are ;
Solemnly annulled and declared void. All persons,
of whatever creed, are declared equal be ft ire the law, !
and ecclesiastics have no longer any peculiar exemp-
tioii. All monastic orders for either sex cease to be '
recognized by the government. The anie fate has '
fallen cn benefices of all kinds without cure of souls, ;
an-1 on all chapters of collegiate churches. The pro- j
pt-rty of these religious houses is taken into the bene- ,
tit of the government, an-1 is to be charged, first, with -popular
education ; next, with the augmentation of'
the salaries of parish priests, aud with the relief of '
the most needy members of the clerical body. The i
fabrics are to be employed for school purposes, among i
which infant and evening school are not forgotteu. ;
But large an-1 sweeping as is the change, the inter- j
ests of the present inmates of these houses have been
cared for. Those who wish to continue a monastic :
life are to receive a pension, which is to be augment
ed by one sixth, if they reside out of the cloister. No
more novices are to be: admitted."
Thk Last Jaysok Caeta. The King and Queen 1
of Naples arrived at Home on the 14th. Their mnjes- .
ties alighted at the Quirinal, where his highness
Pope Pius IX. paid them a visit on the 15th. It up- :
pears that the bombardment of the 11th and l'ith .
was of extreme violence, rendering the rifled cannon .
useless, lrroui the demand to surrender to the mo
ment the capitulation was signed, the Piedmontese '
threw oO.'MM) shells into the fortress. The king pass- .
e l the Neapolitan troops in review before leaving, ,
who wept on presenting arms to him. An immense :
crowd was assembled, and the population shed tears. J
Hoyal honors were paid to Francis II. as he embark-
ed. As the vessel left, a salute of twenty-one guns ;
was tirel, and the flags were lowered, while the gar- 1
rison shouted ' Itig live the king," though in pres. ;
ence of the Piedmontese, already in possession. The
iiuml?r of troops made prisoners at Gaeta was 11, Otto.
The Sardinians found between 7'' an-1 SUO cannons j
an-1 bo.OtW muskets. Three generals accompanied i
Francis II. to Borne. Twenty-five are prisoners. '
Bt ssiA. A letter from St. Petersburg says : "The I
moment is close at hand when the emancipation of :
the serfs wiil be an accomplished fact. The proclama- i
tion will be issue! on March 3d. Thus, more than i
o,imw),ooii souls will, at one and the same hour, have i
ceased to be property." i
Fearful inundations had taken place at G al itz,
owing to the breaking up of the ice. Hunlre-lsof
persons are stated to have been drowned, and one
hundred thousand quarters cf grain in magazines j
had been lost. The shipping sustained serious in- .
jury. A St. Petersburg dispatch of the lt ult. says : '
' In refutation of current reports, the Governor cf j
St. Petersburg announces- that no Government meas-
uns concerning the peasants will be published c n the
I'd of March." ,
1'lI.l.ltlM l.E OF THK llMl'lUsS uK TIIK FliKM II TO j
Jkiu'sai.i m. We have good reason t- believe that a ,
part, at least, of the object of Admiral La K- ticit'-re
It Nourry's late visit to Constantinople had reference j
to the for-some-titne intended pilgrimage of the Em
press of the French to Jerusalem. Her M tjesty i I
said to have had such a journey in view ever since
the death of her lite sister, the 1 Miches d'Alba, and I
the i "icial rumor now is that her intention is to be j
carried into ertcct before the French tro- js leave Sy- ,
ria. I.ft jr.t tl rr.ll. j
Swu-lsii Lew s ai;wT IlMl-MI ClT.I VMNirs A j
Stockholm letter state that, in c- ii.. ,-ience of the
string- tit laws cf Sweien against the j uMic exercise ;
i f Botnan Catholic ceremonies, the funeral of tjueen
Marie I'esiree. the King's gran Inn-ther (who was a
Botnan Catholic) was celebrate I in strict privacy.:
A n-oin, not very spacious, was fitted up in the inte
rior of the pal ice, an 1 the funeral service w is per
formed then-; the only persons present being .host
attached to tiie Court. !
FAMILY GROCERY j
ji r KKC:i K! VYK
" YANKEE AND ORIENTAL."
C.ila. Smoked Ij.H-f.
i!o. Cronm Cheese,
do. Water Cr i- kt-rs.
Ilunlm - Riker's Oysters.
Sin I'raiK'iseo Pilot Hread.
lt. Jars; Kaberry .lam.
Pint do. do. do.
-'2 pt. do. do. do.
Dimsoti .Marmalade qt. t. and A p-ts.
Pres'd Peiulies 2 11.. Tins,
do. Quinces '2 Ih.
do. Pears '2 II.. "
do. Damsons ti Ik
HOOD lbs. China luce. No. 1.
fD sacks Family Potatoes.
Fx. Superfine Cal l. Flour.
t?D0 Sacks Cilia. Oats.
New Corn and Corn Meal.
a. i). caktvi:k;ht.
Milk M Hi'.NtY l-i Nt.Wst-AI-t.U Mf.N. Kut what '
a field of clover has this A Iministratioti proved to Is"
to new-paper editors ! Look at the list of appoint- !
Uients troin amen.; then, i i
F. V.. Seward, t.f the Albany J'r...i 7V.', '
As-i-t itit So-'i i iry of S: ite. J
.Jaio.-s Wat-M n Webb, of the New York t'uuritr an-i
Kiiquirrr, Minister to C t.stantiuop!e.
.1 icoh S. H i! lerruau, e lit- rof :i Harrisburg paper, i
Minister to Sweden. '
r.uf'us Ki:;, t f the Milwaukee S-;,tiui!t Minister
.1. 1'.. Ilarv.y, of the l'hiladeipiii-k ii.iztt!,. Mini :
ter to 1 rtuir.il.
J. S. lke, of the New York Ti i'iuhi , Miuister to '
lhe llaz-ie. ,
. rre (J. F..ir, f the 7 A.f -ocif Ih un-crot of
Coi-c- r-i, N". H .. Minister Ile-i lent to Switzerland.
Charies I.. Wilson, if tiie Chicago Jnttrnit, Sec re- j
t iry of Legation at Iyn-b-n
W in. il. Fry, cf the N. Y. Triixi'ic, S.-crt-tary of
Legation at Sardinia. j
Mr. II illow-iy, e-litor of an In liana paper, Com-j
tuissi-,ner - f Patent-. !
Mr. II ir liiij, of the l'iiila ielphia l ujijti tr, one of
the ISoar-i of Lxatuiners of the 1'atent 'Sice. I
Mr. li.-frees, i f the Indian i. State J-ji.rnul, Super- I
inteii.Knt of Public Printing. J
William S. Thayer, of ttie N. Y. Kiemuf 1'ust,
Consui-( ietiernl al Alexandria.
liichard Hildreth, of the N. Y. Tribune. Consul at
llufus Hiismer, late of the Detroit .1 rcrfisc -, Con- j
sul at h rankfort.
Tliomas McFirath, late of the Tribune, Appraiser
at New York. !
(Jcorge I'lWion, of the Albany Keening Jjumal,
Pastmaster at Albany. I
S. 1. Allen, ot the JJtinuc rat. Postmaster at j
A. M. Clapp, of the Kx press. Postmaster at Buffalo.
William Stewart , of the Republican, Postmaster at
J. L. Scripps, of the Republican, Postmaster at
I'elos K. Sill, editor of the Cattaraugus Freeman,
Agent of the Indian tribes of the State of New York.
.NOTICKl-Nolic-r in hereby i t -. I hn I Hie
Annua! .M-.tinf r.f tic- HAWAIIAN HSsio.KV soCiri'V
will l-e h-M on Tl'KsIlAV, MAY -JS. Notice will he given in
llie churches, of the -Ih--? u:nl hour -f ln-t-tinir.
lly cir.ier of the Directors -.
K. W. C I.AUK,
-til-'. Ks-onliii s.-cr- tary.
4TICK lit TIIK I'l'III.ICl-IV Honolulu
Tl'UN-VKKKIN h.a: leave tu inform the- I'uhlic that they are
ihjw j-p-piirf-l to ive instruction iu Uyinna-itics to hoyef ttetween
i!e- iu'( s.i: i vKS aii-l sixna.v y--ar-st on Tu-s.I.iy ev'-nine of each
we.-k. For furlte-r iiifonuatioii, api'ty to Mit. II. oKi.kt:t:.
l-. riir.l r; C. V. Vi LL'ci Eli,
it c-iiiu S t r- tai y 11. T. V.
I I - I I ' I , I - I .V .ill AWAY
Assoc I VI lo.N . Tins Ass.icialliiii h .l-1 their Ktvular .Mt .-liu.rs
on SATI IIDAV KVKN'IN'tt of each week, at 7J o'chs-k, at Hie
H--th- I Vest -y. on K:n str.-et.
Tl:-- .-"-:atioii has lately iiiLli-riinn a thorough rt'Hiri;.iii
izi.ii .ii. The i.uMic are invited to alien. 1.
I'er . r.i. r : i. W. MII.I S,
o . I". X A. l. I.K I'k.-.liKS lit: IO- 1AMK I.oim.k,
No. l-l. uh.l.-r the jurisdiction of the Supreme C'iiuii-
t il "1 the Oirari l L'elHral lnlue of I'rance, HorkiliK ill
the ant-i.-iit sc.-tch K'.t", In-lits it- rtvnlarmeetincs -u the Wei
ll, s.l.iy near-'st th- tuli in.s.ii of eacti tiionth. at the -!! lnlje
Hoom, in K in-,' street. Visiting hr- liir- u r--s-titfully invittsl
August Is. pjo-tfl 1'. C. JoNKS, Secr- tary.
., IItOI.CI.C UIKI.KS. ATTKXTIO.V '.-
I?! Th M.-ni'f-rs of the above C-uiipaiiy r.- le-rehy untitled
Tjl that, ufier this dale, notice will not It; issu.sl as liereto-
'( Kt-irular Prills will hs hel l at the Armory of the Corpsi!
.n th-Ud and 4ih Friday eveiniiL--! of eacii month, at Ti
oVI.-ck I'. M. lVr.-rder:
JOHN 11. liKDWN,
Head Quarters II ocliilo Rifles, 1
Ii.-c inl- r o, lsi'.. J
.AIK. WIXM.(IW-An KTieiiee-l .nre
an-1 Female Physician, has a S-oolhinir .syrup for children teclh
iiii.', which ep-atly facilitates tht process t.f teethinsr.hy s-.fteniiifr
(.Minn, r- .lu- in all iiifl immati- n will allny all paiii.'and sure
to resulate the ln.wel-. Ilept lid up-ni it, tntlthtTs, it will 'ive
r--st to y-mi-selvts, and n-li- f a i-I health to yoor infants, l't-r-f.-i
tK- safe in all cast s. see advertisement in another column.
E) KKSOVS fleairout of Shiin- Mil I on to
Victoria, are hi-rel-y iioiiti-d. that ten (run-1, soun-l. strnnit,
unhl-'ini-htsl, yniini! mules, from three tn four years old. to he
ii-liv. re.1 in Honolulu, can le procured on very moderate term,
on applica!i-.n to (JjJ-Ii) K. M-UTT, Kahuku.
TIIK AHOVK WKMi KNOWN
entire horse, will stand ilurtn-r the sum
mer at Mr. Wm. Initicairs residence
ill Nuuanu Valley.
Fur particulars, apply at
W. M N CAN'S
Rlnrksmith sh( y. Kim; Street.
X-MSK LIGHT WOOL K V SHAWLS!
Suitable for this climate, low prices by
o.,7.tf (iE.j. F. 1-FLlT.F.R.
ST !EAV (jOODS !
Ex " ORIENTAL ! "
Mack tloesKitis. cas.iniep-, fancy c-l-.rs;
Fancy veiiliiii:-, white marst iih s vestines.
Ladies' cloth, -:ret.n, pray, dral". liftht and -lark,
Iiali an cl-.th, silk .serirc, satin d'ehine, S lisia,
I.ineti thread, whit.- au-1 black.
ltl.icK frock c -ats,
111 ick pants.
lilue flannel omitu,
Summer cl.-th cuats,
I-avies a- .lones shirts, A:c.
2.-,S-tf .V.cCOI.CiA.N rAMl'IIM.U
PAINTER Sl CO.,
Practical Printer, an-i Iiealers iu
I S 1-
te.-V l'KIMING MATERIALS. INK. PAIT.U. AKDS, ic
.' Ill ( hit SI., ii lint e Sniitouir,
J. II. lAlVTKI:
M 1" T V T C It
SAX Fil l XChCO.
T. e. I'aintku N JT OlTiti.s fitted out with -li-patch.
CASTLE & COOKE.
r. ii-s A bov t il-le s alt. 1-4 lib a bio c it..n, hue a:i 1
lit.l- iii: ir cured bams. m.-.l;uin.
..n lard, cheese ai d fl ickers. Ilt-avy 4-4 tit-kiiip. 1. IU -ten-ii.
: tea. ch ar. l rice, j ims,
I'.. ;.! -. t i-e-... ir. s.irdu.t . superior ch.-rk.wh.!e blue an 1
V .. ic. c , .V-v r- 1 flar,:,-l.
- e " t -11 h .f.inir. s ittiliets. jea'K.
Hardware &C. IVsfancy oass.,,,,. .Irai.dVtc.
.-M bri-s anl ir-n i: ml-1 Am-ncui pni.M,
,ri H4 loiichaui-. ' lay l:ie its
l-.mk!.'-'. l.-ks. but. her kn.ves. ' 'vet nl.l-.n roti. n . .1.-.
II ta w-- hra I -.ttts, rJ.-M. Ac, c. .Vc.
II ti . I - i-o. a--' I h.o-.Ki-- rs.
A;;-i Crockery, Tin
'-!. shea's, l.n- ..,..-rs. and Wooden Ware
F.tt, r.-utid a:. I t.i:-. r lib s.
Il i'-t's i.!7-s. car !- n tr - s. &C, tCC.
F:'t h- ks, win I . -pri-i:-.
Jat-k.sm.-.ttiim: j -niter planes pr,.aXfast. Pmner ar.J Tea
Sill- re.r p-vnet ki.ivei. , l-lat.-s.
e.ors. n I'--, 1. tT-s-s. t- as, siu-ars. cresmers.
Spe,-t-ci.-s. p ,j,sl f .tk. r.m.-r ii 1-a-T.s. clot l .nterr.s.
H t'-'-r f-nsbs. hair y.n. ite.. Tumblers. c--bb-ts. Htrps.
S;lvr t!uit,b!.-s. tt -1 1 ei. I,.ki-.c cl.tss.-s. sail- r's . t.
Knives and f rs. w-.-l curds, t.,kii.c r- u-.. tin pails, basins,
SMI- ri -r paint, van. .s;. .vi.J p,. pi.-.t, .. ..il cans, dip( r.
w w brush. .. Kur::.t.-.-. iron p. its ar.d kettb-s,
sup. cnrr: i---and ri hiiL-a-hips T;. nHra,..sl ..nice
Boots and Shoes. ,ic-w-
Ladies" eait. rs, i.u.-kiT a-id
Paints, Oils and
. I.s and youths if..m
: ; . c , .ye ,
Sundries. it.i si. n. and n. f. oh,
Il.tiid carts, wheel l ar-..s, Whit' le.td. run-, paints,
l.uht and d irs ct ne seat Furniture p..l.h, chrome and
cha.rs. Ac. T ins cr-rii.
TO THK I.ADIF.S OK HOXOLl'Ll'.
A sup-n'T 1 "' "f
Iainv C woods.
(.-,,. ,f K.'el : s, FI. -wept, ll.-its, Trm, mines. Vluir.es.
V i lv t-. Il-i-o.. s. arseiiiea. ; uiT:tl. tn, M .its. Uuttolis,
Klatics, bnnds. Ilan.i"k-ls, Bro. Il.trece.
A-c , JiC, A.C., JiC.
i :x'iM:!-ii' 'pa m-cs
From ID t - (ot in bnth. and various other Household
A is... Hi. .1 WXKs CKLKKKlTKIi MKI
l('l KS. F r sale by
-.,.-..,,1,, OVSTLF. Jt OciKE.
A X Dl.K.l) AXKS.
F .r -air by
M Al DESIRABLE DGOflS
' SKUIIK A t't.
and f.r ib- t-y i!.ev;.a. til.ll;iiK i. liuMK.
KclvooI I'cucc l4f.
)iWl K K l WOO 1 1 KKXCK 1Miss..11 s
t " r.-. cit- a ! the Ui.-k h;n. ai. 1 :". r -.o.- I
ii:-ih-.K li-.v. ii.
IM : AI ( ) A I. !
riliK IMiKltvK.NFl) ii kit: LKWK to
1 ir.f-.rm I ii- i : tr.- -.d- .in l puh.ic. that th-v hate KK-
M-Kii tl.-.r ; i.o e of l-u-:: to :b- -tor- f-nnerlv ..tu-
pi-.t I y Mr. i.e... ( !.,rs, :i,:,.;i.a . t i-I-li Fbl-It-Ws" 11 A 14..
Tl.-y b.tv.-j.j-t r- .-eit.d a new ass..rfne!lt ,.f
Cloths, Vestings and Cassimcres,
l-i-.e-t Styl.-s, fr i i N- Yt-rs, by u-ay ef .n Franc
-'i-tf M -i 'i il.tj A N l-AMI'lilil.L.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL !
JI'Vl' ItKCKI VKO F.v OKIKVTAL. V X
KKK untl l UU F.I.I. A.
Yurksliin.' I lutns,
Lr--.in siu'ikeil UdCtiti,
'i---o;,in sm,,keti Hams.
liost-iii siiar c-ure-1 Hams, j
Slii--ke-l .i!tiii-ii, j
I ri sh Cal. Salmon, 5, 3 it l.J Hi tins ;
t'alif'-iriiia Cint-se, j
Fresh Cariilitin ltie
IVc-sll Irieti Aj.JileS. j
For sal.-1-j --tf S. .-sAVlDC.F. i
w UuttcT Crackers.
Wuf'.-r Hn a-l, j
.Fenny Iiinti 1 'akes,
For sale- l.y S. SAVIIH.K.
nX It. CltKMI OVSTKKS. 1
I.-- ISnins Kn sii Oysters,
Sar-liip-s, in A an-l tins, I
1'resJi l.olisters, in I and '2 lb. tins,
For sal." l.y S. SAVI0C.K. !
J.VR1MI CKKAM OK TARTAR,
r Fresh Carlj. S-nla.
Fresh Cal. Mustar-.
Fresh (Jround J'epjH-r.
For s-al. liy S. SAVI1KJK.
1.1 XT It A FAMILY FLOCK,
No. 1 China Kire.
Fast Maui Mill Flour.
For sale; hv
IIKKSII :K01 XI) COFFKK,
F. r sale by J.iS-tf S. SAVIHC.K.
I iit n' ci vcm!
rtexr, KX " R witoo." from
-iHk-ai Fr a r's Itiver
100 h!)l. Fine lUd Salmon,
10 bhls. Wry Sup. Salmon.
Fur sale bv
.1 ANION, OREKN & CO.
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outh America an.i Africa, we have paid correspondents. :
TIIK WOULD will he imiept-nd-"nt, but never neutral, never
len-iiinr itself to prtrty s-.-rvi-. but lielpini- the ir-H.i and t-xp-s-ini;
the had in all parties. National on the side t.f the I nion,
the Constitution, and the Laws, an-i upholding als-. the " lioc
tr.ne of the Fathers." To the Capitalist, the Merchant, the
Mechanic, the Farmer. lei paper t iT-rs such inducements and
interest. F. r each b i-artinei.t it lw a special edit.. r Agricul
ture. Horticuliure, S-ientitic, L.terary, lolitiral. etc , etc., anil
so retb-ots in its columns the last and best results of tie life
ar.J work of the world.
Thi wiil Contain all the d.ely matter. .f the m..st injs rtance
to the country a: I ir-. S;..---i.il a::en:i..n is i-a.d to lie- A.-n-cu'.tural.
II .i tii ultiiral an 1 ! chari'ical Iieparunents. Its 1' re
vision, t'attl.- and ..i!.- r ii. ir-t rt p. r:s are prepare I with the
grt I'.est cure. I'nc a year.
Th- above is one of the very let American paj rs. f.-r pen-
enl news, and we can safely conimen.1 it b all who wih a cheap
metropolitan r.t wsp.iper. suf-scritK-rs to tiie Commercial, on
renewing their sut-s.-ripti -ns, .lu'y I. can prs?iire the N. Y.
WiiKl.l1. l y the pavuiet t of tiio io.'cir. in a.lditi. n to the
subseripti'.n price f..rth-- C .i,jntr-iit. makinc $s cit payable
in a-lvance. F -r ur!i, the p;., r will be ord-r-d to come t y
mail. Those wh.-i prefer t-t'kit.i: the World'" f.-. m our news
office, can .-htain it at any t::ue, p-.sta. s paid. f. r C' a war.
j-in II. M. WHITXKY.
liic f li'oiu IoikIoii !
I I'M ItKCKI VKI
Fines; Toib-t s-.ap.
Hair and T.- t!i l'riir.e.
' " for Iufai.ts,
V..W.1. r lMtTs.and the
Choicest Toilet &. Baby Powder.
That delici. us and irratefully c.iolin7 t-orerai-e -4"
O i t r a t o of" 1VI nguowin !
F- r sal- bv
F.I'. 1MFFM N N , M. U.
THK CXOKIlKiXF.n. IIAVIXG
r- is ;ve,l i-y the l..t amvuit fis.c-. ttie I n.t.sl
st it.- &:. For a i.. w ai.J l irct att. rUuerit of
H rny. M etl ii ne unti 1 otln Aril
!.. :e -w . tr. rs :.-.--n; t--r saie. II. no; s.-.i-poeti
fr :: t'.e 1-st s,.urcts. first ny articles wiil he
t- Id at le-s prio-s than h. r-. f.-re.
Il.ysici.v.s and tttt.ers wid have t!.-ir orders
pn-mptly tilled at sat-siact -ry prices.
1'rt tenptious made up :-s-urat ly ar.d fr- m th- i-t matena'.s.
p.irt..--.il tiiy f:-..m Thayer's c 1-. t-rattl r-ui-i extracts, & pn-At im
pr-.vnient o-i Tmctu- s.
M KliiCIN F. CHF.sTs refilled at th-cheapest rates, accvrthtiC
as vnta-es t - -i.tV- retit ccuntn- s rei;uirt .
Also. Direi-t from l'aiis.
i.rixs cF.LKitu vti:i i:tracts
l'- nipr.sit'.i i4 .1 tTeret.t k'l .is.
H. st .uality JKAN M AK1F. FARIN A COLOtJNK.
Sandal w.s.i extract.
llurr.etts c-teoaiiie at.d orietit.tl tis ta wasti.
C.-nil-s, scurf brushes, (patent.) trio'plu r -us.
HyiM-ri.-n Mu-.l. tiair -lis. xsseri-l.
COSTAR'S HAT 1M1ISOX.
New suppiv of
iz. n. ti.
Kr.srs REAL RHEUMATIC REMEDY.
Tolu Anotlynr. I'nivrriuil Caa(h Kruirdr
A lo - (i rirfrnbt-rti 1 'liiar-.
;."--If K. llt'KFM ANN. I I-
s bij. J.. i. in.
REM l.AK K()A ami K ll IMI KET.
1-OltO ZO .M RCII A XT, lnt,-r.
- '!'. TIIK CX llKRsic; X Kl IHVIVC lr-
' r - havs! the intere.t f Ca : k 11, u. the v-l I'- I
O IX x . '
w: ci U i- b s-n r vei.tly ..v.-rh u!.s I put in f r-t r..:.--r-l.-r.
lit Co!.:.:oie to run Ih. sajie , U t ,s i, t..i. o i t he al.it .- plat en,
t. .ii. it L.t Itainn I t.M u-.k- opg..r-.oioiT
1. 1 th.i..K the .i;'..ic (. r the ter., !.'..,! p.itr- La-."- .,-iH;..t..re
I., .tow- ! u 5 - -i r. and ..;:i.i r - p. : n.l; v s.l.it ti..- conto.u-
ar ce ,.f .uii.-. r r frei-f.t or pa.
ou l-ar t. or to
ap;-! t.. Ih. Captain
j :i t t ilk,
ri:;i lar iii i.i) iv( ki:t'
W,.l Late lit Nil LI LI' f.r llll.n reeularly t-vry-
Cab..i I'ss.,.- to or from II.
A. K. CLARK.
L2LIL"NI-Y UFtil LAR LINK FK-IM TIIK V. S.
FIRST CLASS Slls
Will be despatch-1 tuart-rly from Commercial Whrf,
Boston, in t(;e mouths of Mn re It. .Alar or Juiir,
Sepir in Iter mul llrmuWr.
i -r further particulars s sKt ial advertisemenn in -laily
paiK-rs ..f the aln.ve months.
For freight or assatfe to, or drifts on Honolulu, apply to
il KS R Y A. I-I KRC K.
is-andwich Island I'acket 1 itti-e.
67 Commercial Wharf, ll.-stoli.
C. ItHtwt K X C . - Honolulu
button A. Co. - New ork.
Cook & s.i.,w, . Sew Itetlford
UTMiS, IWIEf.O V VO.'S
-V v ki;ss,
BY TIIK RKUl LAR l'ACKKT? IIFTWKKN HONOLULU i
AND SAN FRANCISCO. !
For the sjieedy and safe conveyance of Merchamlise, Coin, let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts f the
UNITED ST ATKS. CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Atfent at Honolulu sells bills of exchange in sums to suit
on Wells Fare-i Co., tan Francisco or New York. Also
Wells. Farito it Ci.'s franked I". S. cbivei inn-lit env-loj-en,
which pass free un-r th- California and Coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. lsS--tf. A. J. CARTWRIcJHT, Agent.
SEWING MACHINES !
HAVE BEEN REMOVED TO
47 MONTGOMERY STREET,
NEXT TO C0RNEU OF BUSH,
I AM I'RK1'ARKI TO DEMONSTRATE
tu all who f.s-l au iut- reet in SKWING MACHINES, that
Family Sewing Machines
Will do Better Work,
On a great rauye of fabrics that is, on as lieht fal-rim and on
heavier fabrics than any other F'.imily Sewing Machines before
the pul-lic is capable of doing ; that the work cau b-; done
With Greater llnse
Ami with fewer iiiterrupti-.ts ; ami that in all the important
requisites ofa isewir.g Machine, Singer's Machines, at f 100, ar
cheaper than any other kind at $50. I am now selling our
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES
PLAIN, at $50
I FTTFli I cir Transverse Shuttle Machines, an
lll. 1 fjll J Flntireiy New and Iueornparable
Family ?ewirn; Machine and atlapl
k I to Liftht Manufacturitij. -
not all -w yourself bi purchase a chain" stitch machine,
either double or single thread, ALL of which will rivet. All
chain stitch machinei have a o r I on the under side of the
fabric and the work s-n wears out. Work done on Sir.-r'S
Machines will outwear any other, and is more beautiful. No
tailor or manufacturer buys a chain stitch machine.
J. H. DUNNELL,
17 MOXTGOMKRV STREET,
25-i-tf SAX FRANCISCO.
CHILDREN'S TOY BOOKS
OF VARIOCS SIZES.
U.s-r.ve-1 and for sale by .J.vs.i U M. WHITNEY.
HAM). RECEIVED HV LATE AR.
l'riiited U-x-.ip: r. -ks.
I'nnt-st shijipn.,? Kts-ript Rv-k.
ll..und F.x.-haace tsn ks 3 U- a s. t,
H'ank lr..niissry N-'-tes,
Hills f Ijidinc.
T.vether w;:h all kir. is f b'..r.k cneraily wanted ia oenran
t.le or s-.ipp.nc busintst.. F-T s-ie t-v
o5:-.r.i ' H. M. WI1ITNKV.
A TALE OF HAWAII :
OXK OF JARVKS REST WORKS. de-rp-t-.ve
,.f srrnrt fluit Srrnrry in I he Snmlwirk
l.lnNdat anl I'intr.tt.nc t i-' liialarv and Tradi
lion, of Ihf lliMler The wrk is f.nriy iihistrittst.
a;.d ti.sbcato.i to KAMHIAVU1A IV. A few c. pics r-ceived
a;.d f. r sale. FrirwSl -
Ft IK S ALK KY
II. M. WH1TNKY.
.ii st iti:ci:ivi:n.
NEW SCHOOL BOOKS
IVILSOX'S PRIMERS. 2.1. 3d nntt 4 tk
KFAl'FKs. This is a new and popular -rtt of Sctux'1
B.s ks hitely issued t y the Messrs. Harper's
For sale bv
:.':-im ii. m". whitnky.
RICH AND FASHIONABLE
"1ST HKCEIVEI) BY G El) Rt: E CLARK.
J Fort Street, a well srl,-tevl ass- rtnn lit of I'KU'F: Co'.
1-KLA0KOIX I KKFI'MFKIFS. Hindi have Us n purchased ai
a low fif ure. and w i.l Coi.st-.,Ut n'.'y ts.. s i.i at a pr.ee to defy com- J
-:it;on. l.epc.tati-'-n of I ni-f S . s. per'un-.es ar sy we,. tmn
for the:.- superiority over ail i-ch rs. the suh.cr-.N r thu ks it
needless f -r iitin to tiv cue w, r.l in rewnitiieadatntB of theui.
HV JOIIX F. f (ILIU'ltV.
AT AI CTIO.V !
On Stiturdiiy, May "5, itt 1 o'clock., A.M ,
On tiie prrui.sfs, will tie sold.
The BUILDING and LOT!
N -w i-cupiisl t-y I.. Perry, on Ki.'it ures-l, i.rar the Iln-lgo.
rs av i vrv i i o .
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
BKOWN DKILLS AM) SHKKTINCS,
HLKACHKI) SHKKTIXt.'S, Asst. Widths
HLANKETS, all graJes and colors,
PKINTS .V DELA1XKS, in gnat variety.
DKKSS AND FAXCV DJJV (JOOUS.
ALKXANDKK'S Cem-i.xe KID (JLOVES.
GENTS- FUKMSHINC COODS.
DAVIS & JONES' SHIKTS.
FLANNELS, HOSIEIIV, ic.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
HKUSSELS AND 3-PLV CAlU'ETS,
MATTING, HOLLANDS, Hemp Carpf.t.s.
JcHctfs and Co ni oil's Oil Cloths.
For aale for Cash, or to first i-Ihsi, prompt paying tratlc, at
dls-.uut fnm market mtes.
K It A X K H AKKR.
llu and ll'i I'Uy Stns t
2i7-ilin Siu FrnnrUn,
.... K X ...
" ORIENTAL, "
FROM U0STON, AND FOR SALE BY
17. A. ALDRIGH !
Lead Pipe, , 1, 1J, li and incli,
Britannia Tea and CotTee pots,
Britannia Covered Pichei"s, 3, 4 and G (jtM
Britannia Oil Lamps,
Assorted sizes Shot,
Three ply Belting, 4, 5 and 6 inch,
Three ply 1 in, Hose with Couplings-,
iron Spades and Shovels,
Steel Spades and Shovels,
Parker's Coffee Mills,
Iron Bake Pans, assorted sizes,
Ely & Walker's Caps,
Nails, 4, 6, S, 10, 12, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60d.,
Blister Steel, 3.x,
Boxes Tin, IC. IX, IXX, IXXX,
English Sheet Iron,
Reams white and blue ruled Cap Paper,
Reams white and blue Letter Paper,
Reams Note Paper,
Essex assorted Cambric,
Bartlett's Bleached Cottons,
Fancy Pantaloon Cassimeres,
White Linen Thread,
Cotton and Silk Shoe Lace?,
Kid and Bronze Buskins,
Kid and Bronze Slippers,
Boys' Calf Brogans.
The above, with a large and desirable stc-ck
already cn hnJ, c-SVreJ fl-r sale on liberal terms.
HUCKS & LAMBERT'S
II. V I.. AXLK-GREASE.
TMIESI BSCRIBHRS IIAVETIIK PI.K.t
are of r. noun ci ug to their numpnuii rin-ns n.r-1 fief !.
that the haT- r--en honored t jr U.e--ii;oiUeeof Lhe J4echxi.. a
Iastitau-. Sa Friaciscj, with k
Also, th&t the :tn Frnc.co By Agriealtaral Scott j hr.r
4r1eJ thn tV:r
FIRST C LASS PREMIUM
fr the line. Bat horcver pnUfyirg to the &e i tri ts
thus diirruishe.l. it in wilii fmU-r r-n.l they ctxt tii fiici
tht n"ti'.hftatiir.j l,t miTwteint.es imivivt;oa tS an arti
cle frd th K&sl, istsniinf tht:ir title,) tbc .l3o4 f jc the
Popular H. &. L. Axle-Grease.
is ci n.re ti.an d.nil4e. dun:.,; :V pit ffx.iti.
Anl hil th ir.r.afaarr eZtr tiieir gnutf.il thankf to
all tbtts fnend t
wh hTe ciren them - lirce an eocrniracerr.ent, tlier r-r to
mt, th: no iirm will he spre.i in the fa tare to irt.n the
wije-j.r.vi rei-diAti-tn which tir material ha acquire-.!, of tte
Thr Ix-.t nail i hmp-t l.abrirafiaK MrJIn"
far C'urr lae NVhre-l. rtr..
EVFll INTRO mCEI IX CALIFORNIA
ni CKS Jt LAMBKRT.
Ir.entc!-!i anJ StK- Manufart amt.
NAt-vr.a trrr-t, Sar. Fraoci.'
BKI ABOl'T TO LEAVE THIS KING
d.itn tor a ah.trt pcrnt.1. I har aprxHr.ted W A. AMrtt-ti.
to art for me. a a mreiler tif the li.moJala FVar Mill a;;J
Joahaa ' DiciKtn. la act ai A petit for mj General roae,
with iHV.f.ed ptiirers ty fx-wer af aKomrT."
C. H IFITFRS
II insula. April 11. 11 2.l5-i-m
y : -
Ks.:..rd amol:jr t,.Utu. .Ipril
j,t' 'rfrt I CM f'tli
.- . i. t v - t j -.'- J
tii nm v,i.t,j." '.''.l.VU.'jV.'Vjy''