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c o xvi ra n R c i a i. .
SATCRIr. ZtARCU 4. 1V53.
Ey ti C?'t. w have afru-a frim San Fracciro to th
Ii:h a!t. K-'f-?"t!'. fh market, he Jf 'f trjt d.t-: ha the
Xav iutettu tioa -f t Itn !!.! r. nrn-inic ition with the. Eat
c: a m T..foa Lifj-lra-iee t' ex'er.de.1 trte operation; jet
w Ti-ii-c- a fair i1 rv re of a"i!y in t"-ine circi-s. K c i
rrjtiTi-(f c- ini-lera' le Ui'iU'fy. aril li't been cade at
y! tk'un. Cwli aii 1 t uil Oil are qu:-t. Provis.on are
iu ilrroiik!. ,. .
Ia Vr-flu f-w transaction r- reported. Wheat m
ma. lot at it-fflii; liarley at $3 iSXtrj 40, an ! Oat at J.'i a,i
f loO ft. There l a surfeit of Potato- vti the market, an.J
price ten ! downward thou?), choice ire acr-' t" waiter.
We quote it'Kul to choice at 'Ji'tiiilJC tti-
There h y-t no telegram fr .ro the E-at. and, a a coi. a-quenc.
ti.B I.U.;;;eJ COCHUUl.ty 19 .till in ,jt WW- 1
itejrtt.t a-crei which the !ou.b 13
i...f w e currency in whl.1. ! of ratlforn'a pr.dj.:e j ar
tlcuLa.lv p .! 1, in icade. and n one knows what to touch. or
l.-.m t. :,!- Ti.e l the vital 'park a..!aia'e the cou-
rfr! automaton t the utterance of a word, the whole Com-
. . . .. .. i ... ,..-.rrn,r!i-iict:r:Ir. Th i"ife
.'tV- i t. n-"- bi be fsrette.1 that the Uil Tr'rt left the
ir-x.. in ui.f tix! coi!'l.t;-n e.n i'ul ap.n the u i Jen
i m ..I o fAZ fu:ng tftecai-tu.e v.k
i i 'r
k- c t r ! :- the tjtui I n the
l'r..r . nurk-t. i-u-f were juite ':ti. anil firm at x-
r ie fi;i'. l ;j for l"..'-t u.ihty, an I 'J to 10 et. f-T -UrkT '
Kr4f.. bi-t S. I. m'Ur' e fom't M at o7j fr .
y.io:, ir..:r---ii g ilemarul. Ki-"'. ha laricel. .lh :i
i-'.!' i' b) in reji;rc.-ner.t. Sile t-f I'i an 1 Chiii at loc.
A trie- it'r.tx :.'.; I rert a trte ! -ftn-r.-y in th- c- mi: J ;
er--f ul t.r. I
ur ,u inot"1 af 111 to 12. The T. Pric Current
1t-u ff h;.tr.er.t of 4,0-y l.a'.f :ck ul ft ur fr'-ru
Valr ri. frr ller r Ixi'M. Tbi n.sy rf r to rhecarorr u.e j
trk Utety f ere en rr ute f-.r China. j
We bailee the arr.val at San Fraw:iTo. Feb. 7. of Am. bIi i
r rk Eltznttth Stcit, I'oi.t:u.. from California Cua:, with
' hhU .f oil an l li.Ort It of l one.
No later inotli .n of fiHH o't.!n-l thaa that cf Jan 31 '
Vii ieenback In t?an Fra.i isc-j Were b:aifiab at 0j. f-r
to il.illara n curiet.ey '. r on-- in yt'M.
In New BeJ.nr.t. Ju. .;-rin Oil JI fl.'."l iluil at
In ocuei.tic th!j pirtjr we I, e to o"t'." the .lejartare of the i
trirf AnifntHt t,u the 2ith f .r .-:tn Irjicw, ami the bare
'irer un the lt it. for the mue i-rt. The Ulter c-irrie.1 ,
a -ar 4 al-ut 7u(i tur. .uia. Urt exxrt we iiotioe
tl-J iri iu rotu. It i t tl at rhe t.k sixteen or eighteen '
t'i-H-ijf .J'JIar in peie. W nnc4 account for tin ei..rt
f coin, wl.'-n ur h!n.er.'i to S.iu rnf. i-to fr exceel ur 1
lmirl, oJ Cat f-jrcla is our tlebtur to a Iwre aru'.ui.t. Aiel
yet for tw Uay prior t' fi" il"jart ire r.f the mai! packet, ex- ;
cftUiK- on Sail Fraici4- m not obtainable. ,
The fiar.oeriau bark l.tbr.l. -, ii frorn Hu'uhurg. ;
tftnrf ma a"rte-J c.r,f of ii.erchareiise t-i M-r. HoJTichlae-
4 Maprih rt-
The Cvmcf briiii the ul Caig t ft ,m Sao lranoo.
h:ut her a'rti-e Capt. sn::.th ha .iij hU ;nteel in Ler, ,
ar..l retire, t; ,iu tae Cjti:a:(u-y. n i now c iiiUianJeU '
CapU C. II. t.'l.ke. abJ .M-sf HjcUfclJ i Co., are l.rr kg: lit. ,
The .V. 3. tftkitti Lrii., a carg- of luiaSer, which w!ll bw
t-uuJ a lvrrt'e'l.
The Omuut. ia ka.!ifig f.r S"n Iramisoo. ao.l wUi be !! j
pcheJ Oft acr.tai of v.hAnr fr'jta II. .u bow lae.
The ahlp b'icthantr, ttuia Jjiu, wi:l part of a carrfo, and i
. . K . . .. , . , '
a route fr Sin Franc. co, urrivrj here a Thurdny ana tail ;
Mfaln thi evebiti vr bi luorivW m'.r:ilr.g early
She will take
a mail. t
t' .. ... . ... ... I
"Tw-iw prewiinwaeenreet. anowa a Jl.
Late IaJety' senalde r.id'tce, were oi.l at public aactiou on .
Monday ..t i,r I. '
The land known a the '.d I'.oya! School prmie. ret. J on '
Palace walk, were q1 1 the .amr J,y, in three jarcei f.r ?1925. )
They quarry tail ia Uas.ia a jfranif; I quarried It sellj
at $.1) ir bh.-k
Eaatern capital I now beii:g invested iia ml fpeiroleum) at
the rate of f l.ioO.OOO a day.
t.t tobacco mart in the world, were 6.U22 hogshead, U.e pro-
cecd. of whica in.un;e.i p i,ooo.iw.j. j
The Ci leintiati iiuztttt bus .x-caiioned a pieat KliSation in
that city by publishing im . f the .-itu.-n wh. hare paid ie j
than $100 tn:utne tax. The name of a larpe nuui-r ot per.ci I
whu lire iu r real splendor . arl are currently re,H.rted o har I
in:.u.. frmu jio.ixj t. I7i,ooo jkt via.-, .,.ar :.t the j
lut, caing naturally enough no i:ul rpccuUuou iu the
eV .-. 1. - . .1 , . V ...' .
Cat. ic. Talio i ca.li ! (nta Calicut, a citT in In.b- :
a;; naa neeo manuLictureil in Jlinilostanfri-m tin.e immemorial. '
Th'- trit importation wa made by the Fal India Company jri j
IcUl. and ttif prititeiK entnitx nceit in lyHi.lort in lo76. In con-
..qaence of the i..uUy of ihe s,.iu!Qet u silk weaver, th..
a;d ha been manufactured in llindostan fn-m tin.e i'mmetnorii t
Th -trit importation wa made by the FaL InJia C.....i.n i !
irnporiatl u of Indian Cabc was pr.4ub.te.t it. Flnsiand in .
1 1 i. Bin iu i.jiu waa cinu'j uiecauio wr;ir am unnt-ii ..i.i.
wtiairtrr. la, cubitus Mtut maiiufaclart. are aoinewliat
ill Cerent nowetrr at tt:e prvse-nt peii'sl.
T-ot Wrionr Ilnry III. rau-rd a yrain of hrx', ?ath-
red from the ntui.ii- oi the r.r, t.. ic the sw.ndard wvijfiiti j
aud thuty-two of these, wvli-.lri-l, were to make one pejmv-
wriKht, tw nty p-nnj w.;.Ms . ,;e .ui.ee, and twelve ou:.'. one !
Hiui..i trt f. .-nice ir.en it r. is i.ei t.ioii;l.t u.lisa..j to
Ui..lrt the pen i:jrw-''l l I'lto iwenty-r.Mir r.ptal parts, called
rrajn. The w. r I "Troj" wa. the n;o:iku.li rune Ki'en to
oiHi..ii-ir T uvar.i. ir.y wtijn:, ti.crt fore, is hi fact.
L udoia weight. . '
a cna.-lt i a-s-rted th.t'. th of sc? ,r w.. kn-wr. to '
the ano.-nt Hebrews. Ihe Crt .iisimct n-Hice -f the suar-
me i th-account of es.pe.i tion und. rtaken by Nearrhus
iwn th Indn. in the itmc of Alexander. It appears to have '
en cult vate.l in Mcily ai early a at which place there !
1 ? V k'Vi T K".' '. m T' '"'i.1.. curc
tranp rte. by the 1 'orm-n- e to M i.l-ira in 1 1 W, nd to M.
ln:ijn.- i., r.Mtitrihu in u.n. in io4i it a tnn.i mt.-j
fnn. lirard to It ir.!--. Rial th-ne- M tthrr Ve: India
i;.n.d. The tm i.t,i aii ba.m ..f -u'ir w.. first pecti-.-d i
.1. Fun I-e N,t II.-; and the art of rrrtn.t su, ,r. and of
f rmu if it into rniin, w.i c mmmu-ab. I by a rnet;.oi in 15:.0e4-
etr.f I 1'iar. In ihe I rovincr . f I-a there were 4.S0O
a.'ren pinteil in l"i-l, anj ;l.i) n r.- 1:1 I itil. ;.r..l the urutiuce
whohint firmer year wialtw.,n.,. I
i,;,T,("r?i,',,, r' a,"r;'.) -.'xtedthiij -art. amount to j
V0.ff) qmnt-.I. and rrert!ie indirate a larger in.'rreas'? r.xt
year. Ther-i nn irr:rierf Cell in this province f .r ctton cul-
tivalion. aid ti.e t'.-ruvi.io c. Tnun-p.t would do well t- I
et-.r.r.ik-- rn.rat:o... and gie rr.i.t., i,.w lai.!.t a r-a-n- .
'T t" ,l,-et'!'i'"'1 . '-.' :
ne .;iir,' latid Ii.ii ) n induced t . i rf w eotr r m pre.ere:ic .
ti anythir e!e, ar.d th-r- will doubt be a corsideraM- i;.- J
create. The tl-orcia seLi it!tru.-e. a c.-uple ol vears ago by '
n Fn.'hsb i,tu:l.mrt owiunif a c tt. n t.itt iir -fl l ;
uveVK 1 a .V,;;;1;.
t e penerai y a l. pt. d thr.Ui. h -u: :Se pmi.,c . The c-.tt-:i has l
leeuson at sMns t..r"ig:i u: the tar. and ti.e jirld
arwl quahtr ar f -und to b- v,trr'.!T the n uit I'a i n n i '
ForSs rri,ro rr U .. . 1.: t-. tl.i dar, 4 P.M.
F'or WiHuri'iB P . its- p- r K Ij-a-. M"nd.y. Feb. 7
POIbT OP HOIIOLULU. 21. I.
A It KIVAI.
Feb. Sfanier Ki'.au.i. t. .ri gor, from Windward p "rtn.
-hr Hannah. Anion-, froai I.. hue.
s-l r Kn.inia, Me.hsh. from K ua .
e-"Si-hr Moi h. iki. fr in K .hn'.-::.
Us S.-hr Mary. Nika, from II !.
,4.-hr K Moi, Wilbur, fr.vn Kahclui.
-S Fug ja.jht Th.-tni-i, Hanharj. fn-tn Hur.a'ei.
2S Scl.r Helen. J. hi so::, fr-tn Maiik i.
Mirch I A:n bark N. S. Ivrk-os. ir.bin-on, C5 days fpm
Puget s- Ufi-!. with lutnor to II. lUrkf.-id Co.
1 ! r Ma-iu kawti. Marc! :nt. froci K- ha! a 4 H irt.
l--sl.op Live V.ink. fr- nj llii-i.
J Fi- ship Fa.-el.ar.te. Tayc r. 2?dty fioci Kiua
gawa, Jap ,n, en r.ute f r jin Francisco.
C 4m btrk t 'orn-.t. Ch -iw, IJ.lsy fniru San yrai:c:c.,
wah ra le t li. Hf-kfeld Jt l o.
i Hrrruen bar I..'.le. K p-r, 134 day fr.im Kre
Tnec. with icdre t IL ?chl.icger A; s:e::!;i rr.
A Ste-jtner Asm I. ,-ir.e. Mf.chcii. from Koitts.
IEIA It 'T V UES.
1 ?acaor Kiluea. McttreKcr. b r W:ndard r, rt.
Ti Steamer Aanie Laor.e. Mitchell, for Kau.
'1 S.-hr Active. Kji: !i:. i t L.hatu.
Schr Kal.tma. for Kolort.
Srr.r Hntiah, An tour, f r Lihu.
2 S--hr Prince, lUttl-ld, it Hai vei.
Mar.-a 1 Lark Whistler. Paty, f.-r San 1 -iic..o.
- Sct.r IK Ieii, J.diBsuu, f. r Maliio.
- Sohr Mary.fr As&h.da.
VESSELS IX POKT-.M.IRCH 4.
Act bark N. S. Perkirs. Ki'-.nsoa.
Hanovenaa lark LibeiU-, Kaefer.
Am berk Coti.et, Chase.
IUn bark K. W.
Ana Lark onward. HcmpsteaJ.
-n s!:ip Merrl.-t. hiaiiuers.
lta'n r: W. C Tall't. Pi'lnun.
Am lark Carsbridire, brooks.
Arn h p A;a. I.ldrid'e.
Frrm Ttra rr pr N h Feikir.s. Mrch 1 CO 0C7 frt
rd lumt-er. ::7,3f:5 r. r:uh iitrber. :4S rtcke;, TT.CCO
Froa Ji Tv rc:'-nT,T C-ra.t. March 2 H hx e!a.Si j
i brasb ind paint, 5 .irus. 7 c. cavil- op, 4 .w9 hm-
:y. ' 4' " winr, l tfl c:...
f-'1r w;nr, 1 i(i c:. arrjnpn?. I v prrsfrvs. 6C5 nr 1
n.1 bf k 2uur, 1 cs win.. -J aha!-:ts. 1 1 es . 1 '
O.TUI 'Zi bf k Suur, 1 ( m
.a.p.efr.eiiis. cs i-.:-iik-. trf c-st.oes. Is4 pkc haniwsre l c :
ni.MuLi'.w-.Wr.p.c. ri.'j.S cs p.-rfutaery, 17 c 'paint,
4 c adaiery, -I r .'urtninre. 5. breail. 1 c l-d acco, 0 0,a
ilrr.-. 5 jy.if. ft redwood lan.L .-r. ie, U O shin -0 coils M !
in r. k, -v r 2 Vr??' Zi r's v"' 11
pr.ltiii m-e trial. 4? c md-e, i bales b!ue c. tton. c c'.othl:., j
4 c rosin, 2 p .r.o-, 1 1 xj.res wnr. r, :s.o-.o fi ;urc.r. 13 lib ,
21 ivGtn;: i.- rre. 1 Is tiunar' 1 ci shell. '22 kc i
h!.!i5i.h.:.i.Vy.irjiiM- cutlery. 10 1 k,: sVn.v. 1 sVf... j
Ucsarui. 4w .at.3cart trowt-rs, 2 u.vrUn, 1 bx iron. S cs
.WiTjcIoth.fi t iricdy. 7ct ulici. rt ra c ars, T.jn.m i
fvirru n it"., ..1. . ihi.M. 59.1 rr-.f ,
F-r c fnixfiv o-l'" Whietler. March 2 4'j7 k-e. SO ;
trt 1' hair Jffr (6.e.uU H-.) S.W t.ks moU-,.i (il.'Jl i
ai v:i hue ar.'l iO p-ar.uw, 1 bx win B.ch:i.-. 1 .
Iron ftmft. -.:V r.--.n'i:. 17o bunch l ariat a. YZ 3'I
B.et.t:.' 1 I' ather, U bx br- 1 br.i y rk, 2 r gin. 1 baP-i -
Cc-ir. !3,J10 15 in j-ie.
alue-f If r.' itic l'r-.'in-f. J 11. 657 C-j.
Value c.f Foreiu l'r"tlact. il.'JO 'S.
Fcr A-i Fasv:-ro ;,rr A;v.a-tte. F-b. 25 1XJ7 kei u
par ' j(n.tu'J 1-B.) r-'Ji bbH tl-i.3Sv ;l-.il'J pal.F.) 1 t.bl c fS-.C
(i)llht.) 1 k -if rice, 2 '. s p-r nal etrcota. Sl.WJ 09 ia ipwe.
Va:acof I)'.nies:ic Pr!uce. JIS.7t 15
Vs'ue of Foreign lTU'.-e, XJ W.
Vroia Viwakd lr,KT pr KlUuea. Feb. Mr Fuller,
Mr flr,crl.. Mr an.l Mr J It Wilbarns, Mr ie- J Hr.ik. K C
.... r..i.. . V.,-s 1:1 V. ! A.!:.m, S k. I J'it:e. jr . T Fu-
"fr.K bi-y, Uu i-chuji-:J.t:cer, at.d 3 uLer 21 cab;u
aiJ 700 lr.k ; a.-s-r ij-rs.
'' F.r Wiviiwmn l'otTs Mr KiUiica,
Feb. 26 Her Kx Oo-
i n.p.i ,,t li.-twmi. Mi's F-lleii I. vti.au. lw A Lyman. A r urn-
I hJU:r.. L C:.r,..!ian, II C-ruwel!, J L V:,i-!y. M W'Taier, J L
Xr;mbie. K s K.-tre, V Crh 12 tMbiu a; 1 71 '.'-ex J ass.
, y 9 is D-r WhUtlr. M-rcn 1-.mi i-anr.y
! f..t- V u.. !!. Mi.i M i. t. .-. J 11 C'i-. J Wat-rhotise, i
Jr. "it'll Kc-caiir-n, II F Lambert. J B.uuij. Af -n. O II I'-utrtier
II fr" J cZZZ: c iinrjeu,,'j u rrai Jo; -
t. a'. J Ot-.Gin 21.
Fr'.m Sin Fas'-i'-n ia r Corr.irt. Marrh 2 Mi. J M
r.. ke, ir ou.i Mr K w Wo-t. Miss : ll lip.wn. M Kia-h,
Mr U'.. r,. Mr. HrT:-. I N !-. W i l-r-.v.. .ir li nn, ;
F W Fisher. J A Kaym. Jl htark.C ( ami ", F ' rtiu.inir.ps,
Mr 'i.atierion. ( har.? li n, liuelow. M-.-rrae Mr Fr t;i-
l.n. li .-.nir..n. li A J hr.',ii, Ah Chun.', Tan Tuu:. H s:':f.ey
i 11 cabiu aoJ 6 teeraf?-.
j From LfMes jer I.ibeile, Mari.Ii 3 H Liiiilemsi.n, A stnhl
SATUlihA 1', MARCH 4.
Tiir. death of such a man as KnwAKn Kvf.kftt.
which occurrM in let'll, Jan. 1", is a ls.-,
iit nu relv to Amerii-.i, but t the world. His
hi-'ory i.-i identified with literature and en iliti
tiori, and f.-w Men have enjoyed such an honor
able r-put.ttion, or held more varied public
tru-ts. II.; was liorn in Ior-hest-r, Mass.. in
1704, was settled as pastor of a I'nitarian
Churi h in liohton. in 111 : traveled in Iur pe
i'roin 11" t lSl.S. took the t'reek professorship
in Il.trvard College in I.19; was eb-eteil to Con-gr'-rwi
in l.'Jl, and reinaineJ in the Ilus of
llepn-ii-ntatives ten year.' ; in 6'.i was chosen
t JoVeriior f Ma-sachu-jett-J, ond held that ofTe'e
fur years. Marcus .Morton having U-'-n chosen
over liim in 1839. by a majority of one vote; in
18ol became minister to England ; in IV 65 h
was made I'r-sident of Harvard College ; in
ior. i . r i i
1SJ2 was aprxnteu S-erctarv of Mate, id the
United States, in the place of Webster, de
ceased ; in 1853 was elected a U. i;. Snator fur
Ucnns . signed this office in 1,54 ; and
. , . - .
thus censed to wear oiSeial honors, after thirty
VCars tf public service.
' fty ,jvU aml pontes in behalf of the Mount
Vernon Fund, t w-cure the Home of Washing- j
ton to the nation, will In.' remembered bv all. ;
He delivered over 150 lectures in thi- cause, and !
, H.d-ejiiciit was he as a speaker, and so winning
in Il,S St.vle nn'- Wt-nner. It IS Sdld that UolW CVCl'
WKirjcj f listening to him.
ir.i i- i -tn
to,jJi a xivjH lively interest in the Hawaiian
Kl.lrlj ...,, ,,, unr .. . . :, , nl,,l ni1VOT,.-.,,
,!,,Ar,a- u"1 1,1 our 1 n 'U-'atloll nnl advanoe-
incut ; and inaiiv a returning traveler from Ha-
, , , . , , , .
wan has been closely 'U:.etiunel by liim respect-
in" onr n'ition-il ir..rTr'J l!e viowod tho lf-.i
" I n
Wail tll.1 as iTie of the fcW JiCopIe:
! t -i-
renovation religion and civilization
WUH IIM as one ol the fcW iKolih s 111 W h SC
have had a
sUet Ssf.ll ri-Kult.
lint 'it is mainly ns a kei'Rfskntative man
that we refer to Mr. EvKKurr, as an illustration
ot American cnaracter and w hat republican m-
. , , . , i n
ttltUtlOfl-S are calculated t-i JToduce. He W as
. but one of thousands who are now giving stamp
i and character to the American peopl, who,
though not oc upving s consj i. uous positions
as did ho. vet are none the hss stainr iny- their
impress tui the national character. Some here t
t t t-..t .i i- . i
tl,J"s. ar'' ai't t( MY th,m U-n. as lit only for ;
1 J . -
J'niagi ,gu,s, and spare no pains to represent
. ... . ,. ,. fi i
lno Aiiieri(-.tn IiepuWi. iii an .mJious light, as
e-oVCnie.1 OIllv bv mobs and lllob-l.tW. This IS '
r ..... . m .... n
'u? Style of argument that ba Ik ' II tis-.d t be- .
. . . ,. - , . , ,. . , .
tr:l.V ,,r vUk1 lllt" tl r",,' Cin-tl- ,
tutioii l.itelv made, and to iiuiTil the peace of :
. . ' ;
Society. lo instil a ltatTed 'd AltHTlCl and a '
. a" r i i t j- . -
urt'1"1 "' a-aiii a i-puuiicau r-yniem, l tile
min is of high and low iim.-ng Hawaii.tns. bus
l'Cll UI1U Still is the object of f m' ill iH.VVer.
. . , , , ,
inencail ClM.lZatl .n IS sl iWIV hut Slirt ly
revolutionizing the wrld. H.r mild and tin-
urrasH'd system f r--pilbhcall SuVe rtilUCllt IS
, - .
ti- ad'Uiratl'-n cf every J'ojlo on tlie Idee ol
Hiiice wc :- e that tliere are mov-
; miit going on everywhere, all tending t infuse j
' more cf th- genius and t-pirit of America in '
' oth'.r governmental systems. In England, the j
; reform questi -n is growing eory inoiith, and ere
i lung, the mm who hesitates to stand up and
advocate popular mi 3 rage, can have no chance j
of success. In one of our latest exchanges we
find the following nx having occurr.-d in Novem
ber last :
An imposing reform demonstration had taken
place at JJradfcrd, Lnglaud. Kesolutions demacdinj;
an extension if the tlective franchise, and ia favor
of an energetic agitation of the question, were
adopted. Sir k". Crossley and Messrs. Porsttr, Kaines,
and Stantiell, members of Parliament, were the
principal speakers. Mr. Forster rt-pliid to the taunt
raised by the opponents of reform as to the jrosition
if adairs iu America, and deuiel that they furnish
ed any argitnent against universal smfrage. He
regarded the contest as a .He and death-struggle by
thp Ainrriean Demrcracv to free their corintrr frnni
the grasp of a elaveLolJicgolisichy; and hec!aiaeJ
that it was not the aristocracy, nor even the middle j
classes, but the working men that preserved England j
l.lLU liilci .Cl lujk iu .luinr.iu nu-tos. i
In a recent speech at .pringfieM, Mass., I'rof.
Agassiz, the distinguished French scholar, whom
the Kmperur N'apoh-on has l ng vainly s ug!it to
indue t. return to France, gave his reasons for
having selected America for his home in prefer-
ence to France, or any other country. He said :
"I am in ti e habit of loikir.g into the condition
of things, and of aaalyzicg the facts which I witness,
and I asked uiyseit one day what was the difference
between Amer.can and European civilization; and
after careful and conscientious, and sometimes a
rather trying survey cf the case, I came to this con-
elusion; that the characteristic ftatuietf Lmpeau
s ciety was. that there the institutions were all cab
caiated to crush down every tlfort which might in-
tirfere with the privileges of the few, while here
every thi-g was organized to foster the advancement
ot every cne. The Aoitriciu institutions are such,
that they will a'ow every man to become a man
who possesses the elements cf true manhood; and
ypen that result cf r.iy cons'; Jcratioa, I said to
i mysCf, having children, here should be my home
. . " , , . . . . .
and tUtir ticme. I CvUol ne t but CHI'jV those privi-
legeS CI tlie
. , ,,
bound. ess irsouree of the country
stied its social oraniziiion upou such
I'nw is etrong evidence, but it is true, and
. . '
just fj the point. American institutions tend
i. : tv ....
tj elevate and enn b.e every man within the
fDlitre of tbfir Ol eratiun ' while IVi-r,.an
. 1 l"tU i -1ilIUU Ulopcan
ir.fc it'if ions nr ?. tulciilstfd crush H.-iwn
evcrv effort which illicit interfere vrit!. the j.riv-
il. -s of the few," just as our n-w constitution
9.-k3 to prush" out what little ot civiiizauon,
. f , i
and truo manhrxl had bo a inluK-d into tit ,
Hawauans. Th- f'-Tioer ike mfn out ot
to th nubleruan's -at
TllCV t-'Jlch men tbsit
obedience ia heaven's first l.lV." And from
... , , . l t. i
the highest to the lowest, the h-f-joii is learnel,
and the precept oK-.ve.l. What r.at..n on the
t 1 -
face of the carta could show a inim-nty or two
! millions of men quietly acquiescing in a popular
decision, as in th case of the late presidential
I election? It is a national trait, taught by Atter-
t Jcan institutions. It U illustrated eVtry LlV
I among her rulers and great men. In what na
tion but America could be found an instance cf
a General of an army obeying a n-'gr.- t?-.ddi--r,
l.lt,.v pi,,,. t,owr.
in the following inci-
j detit ?
! (in M asi thk Nfgro GcAFn.-Not long SiC:e.
j the Lieutenant Central of the Lnsted Mates nrmy
was walking in the dock at City Point, apparently
ab?orded in thought, und with the inevitable ciirir
in h;s ruoutb. when a negro guard touched his ami,
eaying, ' No smoking on de dock, sir."
re those ycur orders? asked the Oeneril,
Yt s. sir," replied the negro, courteously," bat
- j Vtiy good orders," said Grant, throwing bis
I cigar into the water.
The Commander-in-Chief of a million of sol
diers lows in submission to a negro guard ! Yet
this is the rtsult of the mild and ennobling re
publican institutions of America. Crant, and
Eer.-tt, and Lincoln me only prominent exam
ples of the national character. And the Repub
lic is ma le up f just such as they.
The healthful influence of American Institu
tions has ben felt even here in Hawaii, during
the late abrogation of the Constitution of lc'S-
j by the Ministry. In no other country, not even
J America would such an act have been tolerated
: nor the responsible Ministry have escaped nn
i harmed. It is the abrogation of the Constitu
I tioii, sought for by the Southern rebels that has
produced the civil war in America. They claim
. ed the right to destroy it or set it aside, ur.d
make a new one. The majority at the North
, denied them the right, und the strongest must
decide the question. The old or the new Consti
tution must be the law of the South.
liut here in Hawaii, the teachings of Ameri
can Missionaries und other Americans have al
wtavs been obedience to the laws and the rulers
of the land. How different the state of thinps
here, where the mild teachings of American In-
fititutions have, as it were, moulded the public
. , r . .. , . -x- , ,
mind, from the state of things in .New Zealand
or Alg'-ri f, where a different example has
beell set, and Wars and massacres have long pre-
., . T . . . .
Vailed. It IS the teachings and example Ol hn-
WVKD Fvfkktt "ind lnPii .f hi KTu.n. 1 el.l in. r
V AKU l. F.Kr.TT ami men Ol 111 sump, I.elU lip to
HawaiiariS, that have Secured to US the lMace
, . . i , -
ana prosperity we now enjoy, ana which we
trust may never be risked again by an unruly
Tliti I'oroiti-ii rv vvs..
Owing to the Continued interruption of the
overland telegraph line which had not been in
opeiation since January 151, we have no later
Eastern dates than before reported. The cause
of the interruption is the hostility of the In
dians on the Nebraska idains. who attack and
rob all unarmed jiersons, ami destroy the tclo
graph poles. Among the latest telegrams receiv
ed was one to the effect that the Kebel Peace
Commissioners had actually arrived at Washing
ton, but th'-re appears to be no go id foundation
for the rumor. The following from the San
Francisco Call, contains all we have about it :
Peack Ri moks It is said, nn what authority no
oue appears to know, that private dispatches have
been received here announcing the anival at W.t-h-ingtoii
of R.-bel I'eace Commissioners, with A'tx II.
Stephens at their hea l. Since our last published
; Eastern news, iho wins have articulated for a short
' time, and it is just possible that such dispatches maj'
; h ive been received. In our last news, which reached
to the olst uit., Washington was full of rumors M
. the eject ihat such Commissioners were on tueir wav
to Annapolis. If, in the meantime, tl.ey have arrived
I at the Capital, they rue just commencing to uppre
; ciite the difficulties of their situation. Negotiations
I can only be opened, and that, too, informally, on the
; basis of a recognition of lhe integrity if the Union,
j That adjusted, ihen comes lhe iiilhcuit matter of
dealing with the Slavery question. Here the rupture
j will inevitably occur, and Willi the sine qua nun of
1 immediate or uradual emancipation. Stcnlu-ns nml
I D . -----i- - -r
suite wi:l relurn in Richmond. In the meantime the
; war will proceed, and perhaps before they will have
ti e opportunity of lemming to resume negotiations,
, (..rant and :shermaii will have cut the Ourdiiu knot
and lelt diplomacy out in the col l. Whilst every-
ti- - ..... . "
j rjiy is uu5.litis lor peace, n body is disposed to giant
the undue concessions which the vanity of the fee is
tin "Eciefitiy egotistical to pretend ta.
-iS we look at this peace movement, it can j
amount to nuihinc at all, unless the rebels are j
ready to surrender or lay down their arms, and i
. .......... i
' t s.avcry be ab olis.ied. It they are wining !
to do tins, and are nicre.y anxious about
minor points, such as saving the Siecks of the
dastardly leaders, or eseaping the wholesale cn
li -cat ion proclaini'-d, negotiation througii Kace
Commissioners may help them a little. The
only thing to fear is, lest tlie American Covern
ment should be s anxious to effect peace, that
it may revoke entirely the confiscation act, and
allow the rebel leaders to escape from the coun
try, without receiving the punishaier.t they so
The California papers received do not place '
mucli laitli in tne peace reports, and think that
thev have been started by gold speculator to
a2o;.t lho price of g(ld, causing it to fall ur.d
j advance again 111 premium, to aid the specula
j tions in it. He this as it may, the effect on gold
. . .
nas o ,c 1 10 gradually reuuee tlie premium, and 1
excite hopes in the public mind that peace is not j
verv far off. The New York papers discuss the
propriety of receiving any Commissioners from
the rebels, and most think it unwisj unless thev '
Coine to make a formal surrender and return to f
allegiance, which few suppose they are prepared
or willing to do at present.
The announcement, among the last telegrams j
that passed over the wires, that France, Austria
and S-paiu had determined to recognise the re'xl :
Government on the 4th of March, (to-day,) isalsj j
discussed, but is generally believed to be a canard, j
Those Governmente are not in a position to stand
up as champions of the South, by entering into a
war with America. It is not in accordance with ;
the political igacity usually displayed by Napo
leon. From F. ir.pe date are to December CO, but,
beyond the comments ol th English and Frv.iv.-h
prissesc nthe capture of Savannah and the de- '
feat of II iod in Tennessee, there is lijt much of '
importance, fne 1'ress there view the power of !
the rebels as practically destroyed, and their to- !
nl vnnquism'Tt a qiipstic.n of time nnlv. '
: .1,... .1.- c, L'r..
;, , , . . . . ...
rap" catch up the .Ilia's glowing description of the
Vl-nfe anJ r.4! lhir c,n corumcDt9 thcreon. The
fu:iowing i9 froIU the .Vt)rni;c Ca
I Mar.MiFii yyr l acht The naai man of the Ait piTc a
i t'ni'-iar.t iK-.t;M;oii .if a j acl:t lmr.it fT II -ik-Ouiu. the pr"irty
i ,,f l!, Mli.i.'i-r P .r. ... Af .ii-c ri..l f:i!iL b.ll-
j a;it, ana sits the a:r iitht an.t i;ra..-.-;".il uil Tke a dui-k."
; t'ln-ia-r.;!! rhe c:me ou: here in "ly, h:s t-cei;t:.v been in the
j llIr.tf a.t,, ,N .ti.., tra,.... ai. f,as ai,ari,.,.i ,,i h. r M nmf. o:uu.
i -uK'.a"t "' i-eu .iu. k? n,.T(r, nmst y
i she has be-i! creAilv mii.rovttl bv the repairs fhe lias undcr-
i fyre tince st was t.ii.:-M i';icf.
I Ail the dtcriptioL3 yet given, fail to notice the
i iaf ortitnt fict that the cnok's galley has the rryal
i crown emblazoned tn its front, tut there, as the
knowing ones aver, " to inske the stove drsw."
But, really, this free use of our royal insignia on a
second-rare craft is a sacrilege, and ought to be put
a step to. If the Minister rf Foreign Affairs can
not thew his loyalty in any more suitable way
than by eticking the royal crown, coat-of-arrus, etc.
ou the bow, galley and stern tf his vessel, he had
Letter not try to show it at all.
Our San Francisco correspondent thus writes
us by the Count in relation to this vessel : " Since
my last, Messrs. C. W. Brooks i CV. h ave dispatched
the A 1 schooner Prince for your port. I intended
to have seen her before she left, out cf regard to my
old friend Dr. Ford, who made his memorable trip
North in her, in 18 and something, hunting Polar
bears and such varnint, and with the spolix opiinia
, ,,. . ., i . . .i - .... .1.-
ocm lie men secureu, nuiice m uit utosstis ui me
. , . . . . . , .,
ir:imn!on;aii insiiiuio m siiui(;ioii , nuu tumimi-
ably to his own disgust fr Arctic adventures, but
Ts it T
ither at the
want of time and the unpleasant we
period of her departure prevented ine. Capt
field commands' her, and your old acquaintance
McGeorp? i- oriri'i mvllurn a- the Lascars say,
Angiice ciutf mate. Hut the Jiita Lthe lt(:ui W:,s
inserted last week, describes so well what sh.e is j
7luiv. and l7.i OWUS her, that my regiet at mydis-
appointment is form what alleviated. The Call not 1
to be out dune in enterprise by iis immense neighbor, j
takes the i ppr.xbe course, and sets forth not quite so
elaborately, but with mot e pith, icho she wus formerly
Now I have some remarks to make about the
vessel. Dating the morning of the day she sailed,
I met His Majesty, Noiton I, who had read the no
tice iu the .ilta, and was evidently somewhat dis
turbed in mind. He teld me he was in search of a
lawyer, to enter an action iu Admiralty against the
Prince, to prevent her sailing for Honolulu, for he
had been told that the Minister tf Foreign Relations
is in his debt for wool raised on the Island ot lva
hoo'uwe. I ttld him he was too late that the vessel
had sailed at daylight and intimated that the in- ,
debteduess of the Miui-ter of Foreign Relations was
v. ....... i..fiii.,i. f..e .1 i r.l. ,1 f mi-v 'r.w.iftii?..ri.k tli'lll
, f0r an crdiuary lesort to every day legal measures,
His Impeiial Majesty seemed so ' see it" at list, and
thanked me for the new light I had shed upon the
question. Apropos of the Lmpetor, to-day is his
birthday, as tie has ofiicially informed the papers by
the following item in the Alta :
His Majesty's Hiiithoay lib Imperial Maj-sty, Norton
I. Fiiupepir of the I'nit.-d St:.te si ml Mexico, commence his
f. rtv-i ihth yeiir on S it.snhiy, February 4i":i, lS6a. Owing to
the unruled .mcstiotK beiween HU Majesty, Maximilian 1, Kl
,ln(l00 ,5o j, 'ly0-.on, the Kins of the Mosquitoes et id.,
the usual dinplny .n.nnt:n( by the foreisn shipping' and pub-
'ic building wiil be omitted on this cco .-ion.
A MeLii'.L Local Itkm. The following fioni the
Cincinnati Herald is one of the most comprehensive
" local items" we have perused for many a day. The
chap who pot it up, is evidently gifted that way, and
itemizing must be his " foi t," as Artemus Ward
A- a j;eiuicm:iii was fias.- mjr aioiip riiui s-.reei. m: pusseii a
place uh.-re some bova were playinc marbles. Om; ft them in
shooting his mnrble. cleverly put it under the reiitieuiaii's foot.
The :ei.llt-iiiiiii slipped, and stumbling against :t lady, also pa
iiiff. piefipitiited lier alonjr with himself, upon a larite ln. who
whs ex.uinniiii the vuiter :eol..yic:illy fir debria. '1'lie
r.il.. 1 mil ..f lit .ritirii'tv lirilrei) utT utul ri. lift ivTi tlir'
ti t:i ol iinoth- r j;i ntleiii:iti, who in falling drew th- siring fif a
k.io from tlu' iiut.tl ol" l.y. Tin- kite of joiree fell, ntiil f:ill
iii:;, fi inht- ne i ?i .-(i;m of horses attached to a wam near by.
Th- bor-es ran down the ail-y. A man was btiil.liuir a lire in a
caipent.-r sh.-p, by which they p;t.-sed ; he started u to se
whal was the iiii.tt. r, an. I in so doiii! dropped his lighted toatc'i
:iti.oi:j; the shin ini:.-.. A tire was the consequence. The engines
:i!seiiili!eii. and iu the hurry consequent upon the alarm, a man
f - 1 1 in the track i' n.e of th.-iu ami bad his arm broken, which
aided 'his bud'i t of accident; I t the day."
St.ooks, tit out elbow, exclaims" U hat a lie !"
Eini.Qt AKK. itn Friday morning, March 31,
about fifteen minutes before one o'clock, a very severo
shock of earthquake was felt, many being waked out
of a sound sleep by it. It appears to have been ac
companied by a tiuise like that of persons tramping
heavily over the door. The frame dwelling we
occupy was shaken ver; sensibly. It continued an
unusually long period, and the motion was heaving,
lip and dovil rather than sideways as it generally
is. No I'-ar of tiny serious accident from earthquakts
on this i.-iand need ever be entertained ; and their
occurrence only inlicites iiureiseJ activity in the
vc!caiic fires under Hawaii. It ia posib!e a new
eruption may t-ke pi ? there Soo.i. We would re
quest our readers on Hawaii to advise us of anything
of the kind occur: in; there, with dates and fall par-
iM Altai 4iu. This is the day set for tl
ie re mau-
gurati. n of Abraham Lincoln, as President of t ie i
United t-itt for the next futir years. This is tho j
first time that a President has been returned to serve t
a second tcini. hi cvt r thirty vears. Gen. Jackson, j
having been the last iectud-term President. Ihe I
Cabinet of the Piesibnt will probably be reformed, j
but otherwise thi te will be no important change in
the administration or in the policy of the govern
ment. Ihe re-election ami continuance in oihee of
Lincoln is unq-ie-tiona'dy vastly better fur r he in
terests if peace and commerce than had M'CIellan
been chosen, while the rtb-llion will be suppressed
iu tlie only way it sli jul l t.e nr fohce.
Colon rx MAn-iiAt.r. We learn that J unei F. D. !
Marshall, lately of Honolulu, has; bitn Appointed r.s !
aid on Clovernor Andrew's staif, cf Massachusetts.
in the capacity of Paymaster General of theniilitii j
of that State, with the rank and pay of Colonel, i
This cilice has been crenel to m evert the numerous j
frauds practiced on volunteer-, w h in many cases
never receive the bounties due iu tnem. Colonel
Marshall wiil prove an active and eCicient State
. li At the annual meeting of the American Be- !
r.evo'.ent Fund Association, the following cEcer3 !
were elected for the ensuing year : A J. Carlwright, '
President ; Rev. S. C. Iarn n. Vice President ; Jus. ;
T.pllo'ir.. Se.TftirV ! A I) C:l M wr! ih f Treicnrur T I
p. Hughes. J M. Oat and Richard Gillilaud. Execu- i
' i-kkn The British ship Iia
acc'iuntf reports the
brig .hitt.fiVt, Tra.-k, ou the 2?th, about 10 miles
from this port, and nearly due nortn. She had at
the time a very light NE wind and was heading N.
by W. She left this rcrt on the 25th for San Fran-ciscc-,
an I ha 1 consequently made ociy about 40 miles
rer d: y since her departure.
'Jix" A foreign mail may be exp ste 1 by the clipper
ship Imperial, which will be d ie early next week",
with New Voik dates of January 12, and San Fran
cisco dates cf Feb. 18. From s me uuaccotint b!e
reason, a very snta'l mail was received by the ( omct,
many letters and papers known to be overdue are
detained stmewiierc co the i ute.
At Koloa. The American hrijj J.2 D. Rogers,
Car t. Morebou-e, touche-i at Koh a, Kauai, 0:1 the
ltith of February, days; from oiu Francisco, to
obtain supplies, having passed Honolulu in the
night. She siilel again on the 17th, fcr Kanagawa,
Fo: San Fhascisco. A mail will close at the
P,st-tf5ce this day nt 4 P. M., to be forwarded by j
the clipper ship Bacchante, which tail? for that port !
evrlv f -mrrrow morning
! From Jatan. The British sbip Bacchante arriteJ
I'atth-srcrt cn Thursday, after a remarkably short
. , v. 1 .. 1. V W K'Tn.la
near!v all the p:iss.iee. M-.e reports that the troubles
wlth .T,p.lIlf-e are by v.o rrr tns cn loJ. and that
I muri,s or mMe rcPcr!v t utcbe.ie. of foreigner,.
are still perpetrated by them, apparently for no other
reason than hatred or jealomy. Foreign goTern
I 'uents will, cT course, have tJ demand satisfaction,
! and teach that haughty people to re?pect and fear
! , rrr We hear that Cart. Bush. late master cf the
j pchtH.Iier .i-riv, has purchased 6H) acre? of land
j ajj(1injrp tjie Kast Maui plantativu at Makawao
j anj intends starting a sugar plant
aticn. The land
I U said to be well situated and adapted to the growing
j of cane. The village of Makawan is certainly im
! proving as rapidly as ny other section of the inlands.
! The plantation now in prospect is the fourth within
' the bounds of Makawao, and these constitute the
i basis fur a thriving and increasing population of na
j lives and foreigners.
j - Marine Accipents lhe steamer Anawa, on
j her return trip from Maui, last week, touched on the
reef in Kalet olepo By. and lost a piece of her false
j keel. Otherwise she was not injured, and left as
j usual on Monday last, for Hawaii.
The schonner Emelinc sprung her foremast in
; pquall iff Kau Point, Hawaii, last week. She managed
! to get back to port safely, and will have a new mast
! i : . :
dui in, ana f iiis hchiii un mn;
a . t t .. t I-.- a.t. . t-i irt
j ..vre iiat- f tbi
publishing the names of the members to date of the
American B.mevolent Fund Association m our last j
week's issue the following names were accidentally
I .1 11. 1ML. .1 . I H . ".It.. . HlTlfc.1. tM . t, .IIIITl l"ll, v.
Iwn, J. o. Piii!, . K. iioiaie. a. v. cartwnirtit, . u.
Cl'fr.iril, It. 11. Stanlt y. i.j. l arnritu, n. a. r. vanrr,
W . Aunin. K. II. U.lMnnil, I . C. Harris, J. . I . .loi)e9, J. M.
j I.o-t, Wm. M nean. .1. lliUer. H. F. Snow, 11. liu'tid.
rp Ve are indebted to J. Stratman for late East
ern papers and magazines. Also, to Messrs. McRuer
& Merrill and Messrs. 0. W. Brocks & Co , for San
Francisco papers. N. L. Ingols, Tsq , will also ac- j
cept our thanks for numerous attentions iu the newu ;
rfgf A whale-baik was seen by the schooner Au
woi, on Monday hw, bound into Lahaina. We have
no report as to what vessel she was.
V. II. K It'll Alt IIS.
Ileiolnlu. 3k-e over the Prujr Store of IT.
! . Staiii-ie
KoYAI. HANOVldUAN Nsl" LATK,
Ilo.vot in , 1st March. 10'..
rriiF. i' MiF.ksk; n ki vii.i imisb to
M liave soi l at public i.uetion on or iiln.ul th tirt of April
next, part of a Vtll.'h'Cll OfiUA 4J octaves, consisting
principal y ot three slops of pipes. v:z: Dulciana, Flute and
Metiii stop d.:i:is.ii.; be!oni:iii to the es'ate of II. KosenberR
of lli'io. Hawaii, de. eased, 'lhe p'pes may be examined at
Win. hischer's, Cabinetmaker, arid for further particular j
apt-lv to .
4oS-lin H. VosIIOLT, Consul. , '
It. C l t.lA I.A V 1 VOlTII
C C- "S-r inform the public that he has
is secured Krv'"'vT
1"' w t J.e servicis . f a First Class Carriage
l'ainter In in San Francisco and is now prepared to execute all
work in thai line which may be entrusted to him. 45S-lni
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
CROP OF 1S5.
For sale by (40S-0m C. llll 1A KK ii CO
pROM lillsTOV VIA SAX FKA.NCISCO,
fl a Large Assorttr.ent of Desirable
Comprisinir many articles of which th ' market has been fur
some time have. F".t sale bv
It " W. N. LAM).
KATIIK51 AX!) Kl'llHKIi. BKLT1XG.
F"or sale by
It W. N. I.AHI).
'fSMXNKD POTS. S.U'CH I'AXS
fi KKTlLKi. For sal- by
W. N. LAM.
?(S .VOW i'ltF.i'A RIIDTO ! TIIXISH 111" I LI)-
ai. i'i; Mat- rial of every description at the lowest Market
rd-rs from th- coun'ry, and oth-r islands solicited.
l.u. ;!n.r Yard on conn r ! Uueen and Fort streets. 453-Cni
HAWAIIAN R RE WERT
Tin; i"NJKitsif; f;i i.r
now ir'jiar-1 to furnish Hotels
Saetor.s and Faniiiiea with an un-.ij'i-i:d
FRESH LAGER BEER
1 " " lo C;i-ks, K-gs and Bottler.
Custom, r-r can r.-ly itpci o'itait.ii:g from u an article
sup.-ri-.r t a-i.v imp..rt.-. lining a vty light and wiiolesome
l.. V( .rage, i: is part icuiarly ad apt-d tu the ui of residents in
F'r-I liri'wrr' Y n-.l cotutantiy o:i hand.
ni-r d-po.-:r. .1 i,, our :r i-r II, .x, I'..?t-..f5ice buiiding,
proicj.tly iii:-:.,! .-,1 to. and EEER delivered Frre of
C'liiir' anywhere wi-hi.-i the city limits.
The Trade n ppl iel on I.iberul T-rm.
Oid-rs frotM th"(.'.htr I-!nns of the Kingdom carefully
atl. :i i-d to ioj 1 packases especially pr-p-ir--d for shipment.
IVS-lm FRANCIi & WARREN.
78 AND SHOE:
FOI1 THK Pnil'UViK of CI.OMXG OC T
mySH'.K sl'oRE, I will s..-il ft t.'ASH at the above
I rates f. r dcys.
J All tl,----havin.- u:.-ett:-.1 ac-our.ts nt the Rrtc'a Shoe Hnf,
j are re.ju-'te 1 to s-ttle ,.- same without delay, with N. Ii!
W Q01, E.., who is authorized u, receipt ;n fail.
! J. H. WOOD.
March Ph. 15-5. 45;.lt
At the Commercial Adv. Office
Per Comrt. Mmch 2d, LS(5.
HA Ki'F.Ii'S WKKKLI-. JAN. 14-21.
New Yoik liei.il !. .Ian. 7.
' T ine. Jan. 7.
" Wr r',i, J.i.-,. 0 11.
Zi-m:i. Jan. 714.
San Frarcise . PuMetin. F.-b. 1.
San Franci...-., Alta. Feb. 13.
Si...-r..tn-r , r, 11.
Echo iia Puc;!: .u--. F..!. 1 .
ITarrer's for February.
liciftic and Hunt's for January.
Vrr'h F.ri1'"! H'vif for November.
k& -w? .
s'peratition of the Ununllab.
Maci, Feb. 18, 18CG.
Mr. Kditor : Let me gite j'ou m short account (,f
a case of sickness, and cure of the eame, which case
under my observation the other evening, to illu.
trate popular superstition. I had just get rajef
comfortably set down to a bock for the evening'
reading, when a native came it:, much excited, arid
told me that one of the female servants was ill. Xot
caring to be running out all the evening, I ordered
her brought into an adjoining room of my own
house. They eoon came in with her, four or fire
lifting and assisting her along, while the made terri-
j e crios cf Fa,a- There being no physician at hand.
j I was left to my own resources. I examined her
pulse, aud found only a slight nutter, and all I
could learn was that the pain was in the region of
the stomach, and I could not find that she had Uen
eiting or drinking anything different from her usual
cod aud drink, so I judged it to be a case of severe
cholic. I gave her at first mild remedies, but, as
these afforded no relief, they were followed by more 1
powerful ones. In a short time she began to im
prove, and her pul.-e to t eat, though irregularly.
Thinking all danger over. 1 returned to my bock,
and in the courte of an hour, perhaps I made in
quiry as to how th sick woman got along, and was
told that she was th -n free from pain. I ordered her
a dose cf oil in the mor:ing, and thought no more of
j ; until niy wife mentiored her case to me a day or
j two after I then said toK her, " The woman wa
nnitA si.'k with cholic." Oh. no." she replied.
i i - ... .
; that was not the trouble ; it was a vevil in her;
f.ie w rtiiinp.i nprwiin oime n :i 1 1 e mi- iijuir . aim
; then the devil left her immediately." I inquired if
then the devil left her im.
they had apnlied the med;
anj 8he Baij n0f DOt till al
icine before I left the room,
! I mention this case to show the belief of the people
in Buch nonsense as being possessed of devils.
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