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ARMSTRONG, SHELDON Co,,
(Scccbsmobs to Xstbaxiei. Paea.)
PIOXEER Lir.MltKR I1LCR!
UNION LUMBER YARD.
CrnT ralifoniiaiail Satis Strertj, aaJ 5. Ml luiei Stntt
Sugar Pine, Ha? tern 1'ine, White CVdar,
AaJ all kinds of BuiUZaf Materials constantly oo hand.
McCraken, Merrill & Co.,
lrt IuimI, Orgoii.
HAVIXtt UKK.V KVfiTEDI. OCR lRE
sent bosiue ( arl of seven years, aucl being
lti ib a ere i-roof brick building, we are prepare! to receive
and dispose IUnd ataxic, sort at Sugar, Rice.S.v nips. Hula,
CutP-e. e- t. advuMagB. Consignments specially solicited
$nr the Iw-jr.! market, t which personal attention will l- paid,
aoJ Bpw Lka efc advance will be made when required.
Fas Fumcurn RkreaascKw:
KaJfer k. Livtrabergcr, Ju Patrick Ac Co..
Kmi. Ikco, W. T. Colefuao 4c Co.,
EirV-M, Baker Co.
A lie Jc Lewis. Ladd Tiltoa. Leonard It Green. !
IIoSOLfLC RcrcBK-ci: J
Walker, Allrok Co., S. Savid.e. I
w. a. aLoatcH.
t. C. Mr (BILL,
johx u caacasx.
ALDRICII, 3IEKKILL & Co.,
Com mission ITIcrcli suits
.V uctionc o ,
201 and 206 California Street,
ALSO, AGENTS OF TUB
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention given to the sals and purchase ol mcr
rhandise, snipa' business, supplying whalcships, negotiating
XT A 11 freight arrivinr at faa Fraariseo, by or to the !Iv
Ooiula Lin of Packets, will be forwarded w aaa or Cunxuiiu.
X7 Cxchange an Honolala bought and sold. JCt
Messrs. C. L. Ricwsbds A. Co.,-.. .............. ...Honolulu
- II UacsraLB Co- 44
- C BaawBa C?-,
IV. R- W. WouBr 44
tfon. K. II. Alls- 44
It C. Wirujii, iltq.
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rjiiiAT is T II t: ui EsTiox:
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PACIFIC MISELM OP AX ATOM V AXD
I!v determined, regardless of expense, to Issue FREE (for
the beoeat of saScrinjr humanity) four of their oust Interesting
ami InMraLiirs Lectures on Marriage and its diualiucatiofii
Ncrroas Debilitr, Prrmatars Declle of Slai.twnd. InJinesUoa.
Weakness or Depmsino. Lus t EnetKJ and Vital Power, the
Ureal gocual E0, Excesses of Utantj, or limomice of l'hyti
ulaj and Xatnre's Lass. These inraloaMs Leeturra hare
been the awn of enliichteninx ami sarins' thowaanil. anil will
b lutwardeil FRKKoa receivimc twenty-are cents In pustaie
staaps, by addreMlna errtary Pacifle Moseam of Anninaiy
and tfdenee, at th Eureka Tbeater, Mootgumery street, Su
Letters to be sent throatfh Wells, Trf If Co. . Sit ly
T-g&m The Best Rensrrfy for I'nrliyiajc tbe
Blood, Strentthcninf the Nerves, Restoring the Lost
lT.fcS 173 IIAMBUKQ TEA.
It is the best preserrative asaiut alntost any sickness, if used
timet. CocBpooerl of berbs only, it can be Kir en safely to
infanta. Fall directions In English, French, Spanish, and Gcr
nan, with every package. TRY IT !
For SiUe at all the various wholesale and retail drag stores
tMIL FRESE. Wltfdesale IWgist,
Sole Agent, 4 1 0 Clay steet,
(31 If San Franciico.
HASTINGS & CO.
ORDERS FOR AMY A'D ALL
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear!
Will meet with prompt attention.
ET SEND YOUR MEASURES AND ORDER.
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Shipping and Commission
ii FROM STHEF.T, COR. ER Ji fKSOX.
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Victoria, Vancouver Island.
Tws no. Drewi'i Bat Co Victoria. V. I.
Usssra DJiGiss Jk Co an Francisco.
Messrs. Walks, iuu As Co......... ..... Uonolalu.
Mr. Jas is I. Duwsm do.
csas voLCorr aaouss. w. raass ladd. ipikd r. valwm.
. cn.is. W. BROOKS & CO.,
AGUXTH roll THE
HAWAIIAN PACKET UNE
O riLE-11 Saasnr Si.,csrnrr Mrrchaal
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
th Pa-hasr.Shipment and Sale of Merctaodise ; to For.
-srdlDC-and Transhipment of Qond ; tbe Chartering and sal
of Vessels; the Sopplyioj of Whalestipj ; QdtheNeSotlion
Exchange on Honolala in stuns to suit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
" aLKEK, ALH.f tf Co .
Bb-j. F.Ssow.Esq., -CDiisiicCo.,
Buaap Je Co..
To. Srssoss, E. Etilo.
Allmaio 4r Co- aaarmss.
J as. HrssswKLL Esq., Boston
iiasar a. rir K Co.
BcTLca, Sr. jc Co.,
-tti Co.. New York.
. H. Fooo Co ,
II. Foc Co.. Sbanghae.
Taos. 3. Potxrcasa, Wn. M. Rrssu- H. C. Dowsiso.
JOVES & BEXDIXEaV.
San Francisco, California.
AVhoIesalc Groccrj .lucliou flouse !
ESTABLISHED IX ISoO.
''STT"". Flreprr Brick VnilfUa?.
i - vBinsraia sirrri. two Hiiori
.pfV? P3" - d r.nair-s m.lt on Merehan-
'J f 4osiJraavt po,,:c prirat sale, and all
meretaUe faciUbes reodrd eoosisnors.
Befrs by pcrmissioa to
5isnr C L tain Co ..Ilonolnla
O. P. JCDS, EoJ ,
Mcs-rs. MacopasT Co ...Sao Fraociaco
rtuiu, Eri. a Co.. . . -
Moasas. Sross a; Co.... ........ w
Dickos, DsWoLr 4r Co.........
Ban or Barrua Ckixhbis. ............. "
CI3 CLAY STKEET, SAN 1TIANCISCO.
31 trsn: i u u i s n i: r ,
LIRECT IMPORTER OF FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
IVX xi ss i c !
j MUSIC AND INSTRUCTION LOOKS,
3IaicMl lDtriiment, String, Ac, Sic
&Je Agent f- r
STEI.NUAY A. S0S P.ITKAT ICKII TE ril.VOS.
:ariiaut a .iri)iiA.irs
CHURCH 4 PARLOR ORGANS, MELQDEOX5, &c.
UILMAX'S Jili.lSS I.XSTIiL'MEXTS
F-r Military Band.
' A share of the I atronae of the mident of Honolulu and
viciuiiy respectfully solicited.
! Sttlsf action in nil cas:s is 'juarantted.
I &49 6m
JANION, GREEN & RHODES,
Victoria, Vancouver's laluad.
N. B. Particular attention paid tocoosignmeuts of Sandwich
Victoria, V. I-, January 1. 1S3. 611-ly
II. J. COOTS.
Uao. W. I'KitscoTr.
Iwr!?G 51. Scott.
H. J. Booth & Co's
UMON IIIO.N AND BIMSS FOUNDRY,
(The First Eatabliehcd in tbe State )
CORNER FIRST AND MISSION STREETS,
a."A AKV KNOlNh,
Quartz Crushing and Amalgamating Machinery,
Mill Irons, and
Castings of every description made to order.
Turning and Finishing,
Excut! with Pispatcb.
STEAM BOILERS AND ENGINES,
Constantly on liao.1 ami fur sate.
j SUOAR MILLS AND MACHINERY.
i VERTICAL OR HORIZONTAL ROLLERS,
VACUUM PAXS, CENTRIFUGAL DRIERS,
Strainers and Cvolirs, '
FJevators, Try Pans.
An.1 all kio.Is of
SUGAR MAKING MACHINERY
Made a speciality.
O. BREWER sfc Co.,
HAVE ON HAND
And For Sale at Low Rates !
EAGLE PLOWS. X.2, 12. 20, 7C;
UOK3K PLOW?. Eae A, Eagle O, Eagle II.
SIDE HILL PLOWS, A No. 2, A No. 3. A No. 4;
STEEL PLOWS, I. O. 3; X 1J, X i U. O.
Extra Teeth for above Patterns.
PLOWS, with anj without W. k C.
STEEL REVERSIBLE TEETH,
SPARE TEETH FOR DITTO
STEEL, IRON AND WOODEN TOOTH RAKES
BCSn AND GRASS SCYTHES AND SNATHES.
Hay Cutters, No. 2, No. 3. No. 4
II ay Cutters
Very large with pally and balance wheel
For Cutting Sorghum t'nuc Tops, Acc. Ac.
OX TORES, various sixes.
OX BOWS, assorted sizes.
CANE KNIVES. COLLARS and HARNESS,
PLANTER'S HOES, asserted sizes.
LEATHER BELTING. 3, 4, an I 5 inches.
RU1II1ER BELTING. 3, 2,4 & i inches; 2, 34 iiy
Aud a Vanely of Smaller Articles.
UMTED STATES BONDS OP INDEBT
EDNESS, (&-0's or any other rUss of bonds.)
Canhed at Vie hhjKcst rates.
II. M. WIIITNEV.
6 O O K. S
Published and i'or sale by
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For sale by
II. M. WIIITNEV.
A I'crlVcl Wife.
Ilurke, the Ptatewuan, reritedlv to de- j The London Timrs of Oct. Gth. in couiinent
clare that every care vanihed the ntoment 1 . in- on the rrent deplorable state of Spun,
entered under liis own roof. He wrote the fffl- . draws the following I Kture of things they
I L.uirxr l....t;rillv l.rintive Trit; rtttr. lhe
Idea of a IVrfect Wife," winch he pr,
v of their
Mrs. Ii. one morning on the anniversary
..0, ...iiVnt.-lv"'iio.!.dinir the iaier. as below,
delicately hcidmn th
r to fill uj the Mank
44 TUE ClIAHAtTER Of-
' her to fill up the Mank :
44 I intend to give n.y idea of a Y,0",:ln,- ,f "
at all answers any ordinal, I shall iKj jleawd;;
t f.r if such a person as I would describe reallv
.r u ouiu i . . J
! '7'- . "V ' m : ; 1"
; ana fticri an i iiium ije too vcii to uuic io
j iint us I ouht.
i She is handsoiue; but it is a bvautv not arising
; from features, from comj leiion, or from share; i
, the has all three iti a hih decree, but it is not i
j by these the touches the heart ; it is all that j
i frweetnet-s of temj-er, lerievolenee, innocence, and !
I eeni-ibility, which a face can t-aijiress, that forms j
She has a laee that just raises your attention
at first fi;ht ; it prows on you every moment,
and you wonder it did no more than raiso your
attention at first.
Her eyes have a mild light, but they awe you
when the pleases; they command, like a good
man out of office, not by authority, but by vir
tue. Her features are not perfectly regular; that
port of exactness is more to be praised than to be
loved, for it is never animated.
Her nature is not tall ; she is made to be the j
admiration of everybody, but the happiness of j
.t , . , . , ,
She has all the firmness that does i not exclude
ueucacv: me lias an me suuin'st uiut uuca mi
lliere is otten more ot the coquette enown in
! an affected plainness than a tawdry lincry ; she is
! always clean, without precietness or aflectation.
i Her gravity is a gentle thoughtfulncs. tliat softens
the features without discomposing them ; she is
ller smilt-s are inexprcsf-Hle.
Her voire is a low, s.l't music; not formed to
rule in public assemblies, but to charm those who
can ditin-ruish a company from a crowd ; it has
this advantage you uiuet come close to h;r to j
To describe her body descriln-s her mind ; one
is the transcript of the other. Her understand
ing is not shown in the variety of matters it
exerts itself on, but in the goodness of the choice
she makes. Hie does not display it so much in
nay in or doing striking things, as in avoiding
eucli as she ought not to ay or do.
She discovers the right and wrong of things
not by reasoning, but sagacity ; inost women,
and many gxd ones, have a closeness and some
thing stilish in their dispositions ; she has n true
generosity of temper; the most extravagant can
not be more unlounded in their liberality, the
niott covetous not more cautious in the distribu
tion. No person of so few years can know tho world
better ; no person was ever less corrupted by that
Her iolitenefs seems rather to Cow fiom a nat
ural distMsition to oblige than from any rules on
that subject, and therefore never fails to strike
those who understand good breeding and those
who do not.
She does not run with a girlish eagerness into
new friendships, which, as they have no founda-
l tion in reason, serve only to multiply and embit
! ter disputes; it is long before she chooses, but
' then it is fixed for ever ; and the first hours of
romantic friendship are not warmer than hers
after the lape of years.
As 6he never disgraces her good nature by
severe reflections on anybody, so she never de
grades her judgment by immoderate or ill- laced
praises; for every tiling ii.hiit is contrary to her
; gentleness of disposition and the evcnnei of her
She lins a steady and firm mind, which takes
no more from the female character than the solid
ity of marble does from its polish and luster.
She has such virtues as mak:?s us value the
truly great of our own sex ; she has all the win-
ning grace that makes us love even the faults we
see in the weak and beautiful of hers."
BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM j
The rillIMK l.f If.mnlnTn I
a I a. m
He has Now on Hand and Offers for Sale
THE LARGEST AM) DEST ASSORTMENT OF
Ever Offered in this 3Iarket,
Most of which has been received
Per Recent -arrivals frcm Boston and San
rhich may be fuuntl the following moat desirable Ar
Ensy Chnirs. Largt? Arm Rocking Chairs.
Wu nut Chmler Sets. :h full Marbks.
Si fas, 1'j.rlnr Chairs, M.trble T ip Centre Tales.
Lare variety Tainted t'huniber Sets ornamented.
Iiress Tureau4, full marble tops.
Dress llun uui, half marble tops.
Tlain Dress Bureaus.
MarMe Top Sidelxinls of Rosewood, Oak and Walnut.
Walnut Side Tables, Marble Tops.
Walnut, Mahogany. Ka ami Ch-.rry Centre Tables.
Superior new aud second hand Rosewood Pianos.
Walnut si.le rnclos-.-d W hatuots.
Large assortment of Brackets.
Walnut Card Stands. Kifsewood Piano Stools.
Large six shelf Whatnots uew allern.
Card and Whist Tables, T wel Racks.
Mah'-gany and Walnut Secretaries.
K'eod tret Canterbury s.
t'ttomans of lti'sewood. Mahogany and Walnut.
Bible Stands, with Colored Murbhs.
Mihogany ai.d Walnut Sainging Clock Cradles.
Twelve feet Diuiurf aud Exteusion Tables.
Lonngesand Conches, in Hair Cloth, French
Lasting, Damask, Leather Cloth, &c.
Cane Back Library Rotary Chairs.
Looking Glasses and Locking GUss Plates.
Bureau WashstaniTs, Zinc lined Wafhftands.
Towel-end, Cottage and Common W ashstands.
Tailor l'-ks. Square and Oval Counter Stools.
Ladies Dining Chairs, of Wnlnut. Oak and Im. Rosewood.
tiak Ann Chairs a variety of patterns.
Folding Chairs, fir traveling.
A st or. Grecian and Common Wood Chairs.
Cane Seat and Hack Arm Rockers and Nurse Rockers.
Misses and Children's Cane s-at Chairs
Children's Carriages, Willow Cabs and Wagons.
Chlldre n's Toy tarts and Wagon, a large Assortment
Snitablf Tor the Holidays.
Gilt Iouldings and Large Sized Glass,
A large Assortment.
Chinese Sets Teapoys.
Mahogany, Walnut. Oak and Pine, Oval, Serpentine and
Square Teapo s.
Toilette Glasses, Br-akfait Tables.
Book Case.. Cases Piu-oii Ibilcf.
Children's High Chairs and Baby Jumpers.
Window Curtains and Curtain Fixtures,
A large Assortment.
Walnut, Oak and Mahoeany Hat Trees.
Walnnt I'robrella Stands.
Cbildr-n's Basket Chairs. Kniff Baskets.
Hair, Moss. Excelsior. Tulu. Feathers and Hay Mattresse
and Pillrws, Spring Mattresses.
Commodes for the sick room.
Kitchen Tables. Chinese Arm Chairs.
Willow Scf-s, Chinese Settees, ic c, ftc,
FOR SALE AT THE BOOKSTORE
HAWAIIAN DICTIOTARY !
JJR1CE BOl'M) ix calf, 5 y.-
-KICK notND IX l- Mffloct o
Kver- on- .h.l.l h..- .v:. ,. O. G.
tend your orders from
promptly tten.ts f.
. . " 1 .' ior reiernce.
.i Is and they will be
A I'hofojjrapli ol Spain.
I now are :
44 A ehort twelvemonth ao (ionzaloz Uravo,
Narvaez's cullt-aue, .lurt not show his lace about
j the streets of Madrid. He is now onee more in
j vct r. and his ruh- is a reign of terror, nnparal-
; icieu tvvn in pan . me :inisn people nave
! a plitical movement t Jrn as it mav, one is ure
j ' . ntill . f. t iin - r . fr:,:tnr
, . . . , .r .... . i
A traitor is t-hot if uiiiitarv, earroteJ if a cim-
I'an. An execution follows tl.we
in. .n execution lollows tl.ce upon a pro-
i nunciamiento, as thunder comes after lightning,
i The favorite promenade of Fuente C'astellana is
chosen for the scene of the tragic drama. The scaf
fold ri?es le.-ide the fiuhionahle drive, almost tp-o-site
to the bull-ring. Your Spaniard is as eager
for one thow as for the other. Still, with all the
Callousness of that st' in nation to deeds of blood
shed, it could hardly be proof against the horrors
that have been jH.-fp.-t rated in the country for
the lat two months ; and the foreign jTess, es
pecially the French, has raised a cry of execra
tion that has been but too successfully smothered
i in the Peninsula itself. If we may believe only
i one-tenth what is written, we are at no loss to
j know the means by which tranquillity has been
i re-established. Aft t the hundreds that have
I been disposed of summarily, either during the
j conflict r immed ately alter it, we know of
' scores of capital sentences pronounced by eourt
! martial. We hear of whole cargoes of prisoners
transported without trial to the jenal settlements
in the Phillijine Mauds. The w hole stall' of the
i Iberia, that of the Democracie, many of the most
j jiatillKllilillwl writors nnj thinkers, have thus
been disposed of. 4 There is order and silence,"
says the Governor of Madrid, 4 and now that we
have cleared tLe land of journalists, the restric
tions on the journals shall be removed.' It ia
thus that they manage things in Spain. A nblo
country inhabited by a noble race ; but a nation,
for some reason or other, that never had a chance
with its Government. The last fifty years of
Spanish history make a tale of bloodshed and
violence for which we find hardly a parallel in
the whole series of European annals ; yet, unless
common report wrongs them, the present rulers
seem bent on outdoing the very worst severities
of which even Spain has as yet Jiad any ex
perience." I'cmciiilx'r !
If the following hints under the above head
were remembered and heeded, the human family
would te saved from a multitude of ills and suf
ferings. We copy from the American Agricul
1st. That before food can be of any benefit to
the body, it must be dissolved in the stomach, so
that it can be absorbed into the blood in a liquid
state, and be thus carried to the parts of lhe
body needing to be nourished or strengthened, or
renewed by it. Jumrmlur.
2d. That the human stomach is not like the
gizzard of a fowl a hard, tough membrane, fill
ed w ith gravel stones, to break or grind up the
food but that it is a soft bag. so to speak, w hich
merely holds the food and shakes it about, so that
the gastric juice can better dissolve and work it
into a liquid state ; therefore Rrmciidnr.
3d. That nothing should go into the stomach
which has not first been masticated (chewed) very
Jine, or cut or mashed fine lefore it is taken into
the mouth, so that it can be easily dissolved.
Lumps of potato, or fruit not well ripened and
mellow, pieces of meat as large as chestnuts,
lumps of dough or new bread, small fruits with
skin unbroken, etc. etc., anything that will be
slowly dissolved causes an uneasy feeling, and
otten irritates and inflames tiie stomach itself.
Further, if they are not fully dissolved, these
things pass down through the whole twenty-five
feet or more of the alimentary canal, causing
pain, colic, diarrhoea, and ofteu dysentery. lie
mcinher. 4th. That the ealiva of the mouth iuicd with
the food, greatly aids the dissolving or digestion
of tho fjd in the stomach, and that even soft
food should be chewed or worked over in the
i mouth, until well mixed with saliva. Remember.
5th. That children cannot appreciate the im-
j portance of masticating their food, and that great
i care should be taken, either to see that they do
masticate it well or that it be so thoroughly pre- j
pared for them that it cannot go into the stomach j
: i: :t.i r n t
Kl2 thi jAvould the 1 of ,iaU- tie chil-
II ILII IIIIlM'tMlillC llfllll. I llJltfl lLlt3 Jll LUIS fill
T ., " ,- . . . ....... i.
Portion of all 44 pains under the apron, diarrhoea
l . . .
.. .' T r
J or bowcl-coi::plaiuts, that children, and grown
up jeople as well, suffer. Remtmln r.
I Gth. That, as all food, after going into the
j stomach. must either be properly digested, or pro
I duce injurious results, it is the height of folly to
I crowd down into the stomach two or three quarts
j of food and drink, and to expect that organ to
J work it all up readily. Suppose that for every
J article you eat at a meal, ou put, or imagine
! you put, precisely a similar amount into idisli
! the meat, bread, ivotatoes, vegetables, tea, coffee.
j or water, and the pie or pudding what a mix
i ture you would have, both in kind and bulk : yet
j iliac is w nat is given ine stomacii to ui.ssoJ.ve, or
' try to dissolve.-i?rW.
i 7th. That the stomach keeps at work while it
lias any undissolved lood in it, and tnat it you
44 lunch" or 44 piece" between meals you give
that organ no time to rest, and it will in time be
weakened if it do not give out. Rtrncmlcr.
I Sth. That sleep is far more rjuiet and refreh
j ing, if the sumach sleeps with fhe rest of the
j body, and that it is better to cat nothing which
; cannot le digested In-fore retiring to rest. Chil
' dren, who retire early, or ought to, should have
j only light suppers ot simple, digestible food.
Emerson is reading the proof sheets of his new
volumes of poems to be published this autumn
by Tieknor & Fields. The title of the new book
is May Day and Other I'icrts. Two long poems
lead otl the volume.
Holmes is busy over his romance, the first in
stalment of which will appear in the January
Ijongfellow has finished his translation of the
Divine Comedy, and is still preparing the notes
and illustrations. The whole work will appear
in a lew months, probably. His Flower de Luce
is in the bindery.
Lowell hs'9 at last completed the Second Series
of Biglow Papers, and having added a most
piquant introduction of some hundred pngeu to
the volume, he is now writing a story in verse
for the Atlantic Monthly.
Mrs. btowe and Mrs. M. L. Child are both
writing novels for the press of Tieknor & Fields. !
.Mrs. Julia ard ll.twe is deep in rate, tree j
XYill and ForeAnoirledoe. rrobablv for the benefit i
' of the Christian Eaaminer or her new magazine.
i YY Littier is at home in Amesburv, and we!
j hop4 engaged on his j remised new volume of
poems, ins Snow.JJound has reached a sale of
The Passages from Hcicthorn's Sote Books
j will appear in volumes shortly. The first two
J volumes will contain all that have appeared in
: the Atlantic, and about double that quantity
! more. The whole will be brought down to a
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lew months nelore his death.
Gail Hamilton is t ravelins ia the West, and
the fruits of her observation in this to her new
l region w ill no doubt appear in n ixt year's At
j lantie. She comes out this autumn with a little
i book for children called, moss appropriately,
lied-Utter la s
Affissiz. tlio grs.it profoaw, i rarijlj puttin.
id share f-r the press liis Travels in Brazil.
Ldtuund Quinoy is at his country house in
Dedbara, writing the life of his father, Josi.th
Garrison, still far from beinj in robust health,
works away daily at his 44 History of the Anti
Slavery movement in Anirica."
The author of 4 Herman" (Miss Palfrey) is
engaged on a new story.
Henry James is writing a new book, said to
be of more a popular character than anything he
has hitherto attempted. It's title is 44 Destiny."
Mr. Parton is getting out new editions of his
biographical works, and preparing new volumes
for his Boston publisher!.
Dr. I 'arsons is progressing with his translation
of Dante's 44 Inferno," and Mr. George Tieknor
is said to be occupied in writing a new memoir, 1
of whom it is not stated.
I1LAXK FORMS OK ACREK.MFAT HE
liters and Servants the "b't
I'rire I.OO prr Dorm.
I'... sue by II M.
Washington, Dee. 4tb. The London Daily
yucs, of Noveniber 20th, publishes a letter fctat-
I in that the (iovern:nent has voluntarily reipened
the Alalmina case. Mr. Seward demanded a set
, , . .
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s for damages
j New York, November 20th. The second
i steamship of the new line between San Francisco
J and China will be launched in a few weeks, and
j two others of e-jual dimensions will be built as
j soon us potil-le.
j No Impeachment Intenped. Tiie programme
J of legislation apcars to have U'en agreed ujkii.
Jjy nearly all ti.e luemiiei-s present tiie impeacn-mt-nt
i.roject is treated as a matter not seriously
contemplated, lc is, however, contemplated to
!s a law convening the rortieth Congress early
lis to deprive Jol.usoii ol ait oeu-
. . i
ehta to result from a long rtcess.
Washington. November 30th. J. C. Ureckin
l-ctitioiis for pardon, claiming
terms uccorded to Lee and Johusou include him.
Accidents at Sea. The steamer Yandcrbilt
which arrived at San Francisco, Dee. o, from
Honolulu, rejtorts speaking the schooner Maggie
Johnston outside the bar Iound for Valparaiso.
The decks of the latter vessel had been swept by
a heavy sea while crossing the bar, and the cap
tain, first mate aud one ol the men, badly injured
by being knocked about the decks. The surgeon
ot the Yanderbilt went aboard the schooner and
dressed their wounds, when the schooner pro
ceeded on its vovage.
Japanese Periokmers. The brig Ahrt, which"
arrived at San Francisco from Yokohama, brought
a party of Japanese trick jierfoiiuers, some twelve
in number. We learn tuat they w ill soon ap
pear before the San Francisco public, performing
among others, the celebrated butterfly, tub and
The Komau Catholic Council at Baltimore has
completely flanked the reporters, carrying ou
their debates altogether iu Latin. It must have
been amusing to see the knights of the quill who
had assembled to note the jroceedings.
The Liberals in Mexico have met with impor
tant successes lately. Full particulars have re
cently been received in San Francisco of the
rout of the French and Imperial troops, 1.1U0
strong, at a place seventy-five miles iroru Oaxaca,
by General Diaz, aud the cjpture of the latter
place, with its garrison of ViO men aud o'2 can
non. A11 the officers of Mexican birth we.e shot.
Other successes of the Liberals are mentioned.
A schooner cleared at San Franti-co some time
since for Central America, haviu o i board 4,000
Springfield muskets of the latest pattern, w ith
ammunition, which were landed near Acapulco
and passed into the hands ol Gen. Diego Alverez.
The French newspapers are discussing the an
tecedents of the geuileuiau likely to represent the
United States at l'aris, whom they call General
Dixie. They also speak sometimes of the Mor
mon patriarch us 44 lirigham jtufie."
A Koval Compliment. The Federal, State and
municipal authorities of San Francisco have
each received from the Hawaiian Government an
autograph letter, conveying the earnest thanks
of his Majesty the King, his Government and
people, for the numerous marks of respect and
courtesy extended to Queen Emma during her
stay in that city.
Nearly all the Spanish-American States have
established religious toleration aud civil marriage,
aud have quarreled with the dignitaries of the
Catholic Church. New Granada has banished
the Archbishop of Bogota, jp.d seized his books
and papers, probably because ol some dispute
arising out of the repeal of old laws favoring
the old church, l'rado, who made the fight
against Spain, has been elected 1'residei.tof lru.
Naturalization. More than twenty thousand
persons, previous to the election, according to
the New York Herald, applied to the Supreme
Court and Court of Common Fleas lor dupli
cates of lost naturalizatioiiapers. The dates of
the original papers ranged Irom 1792 to lbGG.
Tiie Apprentice. A young man whose father
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ing the printing business. II is father consented
on condition that the son should board at home.
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