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eral notice, rec-. jro;ti d, and &izaira:i n
The gr.er ertiiitin of the bcr:cw ao-ruin2
j to the cuttrj thrycrj our roue vacht club
J w. n dobt, verj Lih b-jt j rbablv defective
j withal. Fio'-j,a, r.Tea:jn. excita.ect, or
j Leallb, are n-jt bj atj ir-aca the frIe i.tivc t j
: their ez.ect.oe; r. jr are the Ioj3.er.t of
ti-icj men ani the incid-ct-il exjniture of s-j
! cucd dor.rj the or.iv lriir;Ll r-r?ults fr io theia,
' of which th s v,jar is a superlative, but by no
la-iiaa a flitary, eviirace. Ntablj, b-t aiii.1
: uiiwittinlr, wad th vi jrid larcir indebted t
jC'fcft. A1..Q luiiij'. the jiriti (,i;cr of the
f2, ia t:.e iter Arct.c txjIiiir
tains o--ire f.at :zt j uttir z 't ect:r-.y to tacir
2eci--i-n. whrthr the -cht Mouli be put out of
her direct trv-i t ru j !t the d-.-SckncT. they
ur.3niajO1.4ly drvidrd :o ran li r.-ks itd ke-rj-s
rifht cn. l"he T'vn j r-r-hei l a'.Si :-u:h 011
the of A:.n't. aii-I i;uraedlate!v
O: t.-ltli elr.V
d v va the i4tb of I-a)r. ar d the
Wi. i 1 i "lxt-riv C-ritttA4'--t.- ni
wa aa :i;exj rr-s le cwaifo'l ' i ave the xunael
of j'K j a ?.r Daaiel O-ch -r. i ir Elcl-ard
A. C ; auo : h.--r i-t-hrurtcd i:.-a.--y
r.evi were, he vouid
! It wt- roil v cue-,
c. : ied tr.t the t-st C urM? was t- rj: :i-Te a r.e
C- :jiJy. whfc-T t'.-ouli i:u.e t e w.rk.and s-j
.ri.-r.iiAl the AlI .-Anierica.f Tt-lorrit h C.-ai-'
j-rjve tie qu
. ae l c-. r-ir
delicate are t:
?'.j:e that they can
1 It CUyt I.! a4lL
I tiit Ik-a wes nt in tf.e eari
t u! i-i the staaii
Lii:ia,er Ciark tt;. -raj Led fr
tr .-z-r. Ar.d hiC. SiTa.'n. W
- 1.,:- iHraH.! And now Mr. Collet t writes
rV fr. I Wi' Content : " 1 1 ave jurt
co;d tliajet-ts to L'r tfOLld
wirr, the 1:11
th.t will do that we
h rrlfr failed I'T EV f.Ocr CT a
FR03ITI1E ? ftl
Plantation of T tt t
-s onp vnivintiivf
C-n.-m ...... , , jvk
f u . .
other car Mr.
oT Cambridge, ho is
with a battery composed
ui;fi u tr!T c.f z.ne. escllcM o
fiinr-lc bulk of a tear A teiegrapn
,ii t.litwe thit.k r-eariv trievi. ii
a UTUp Ua
SUGAS AM) IrlClASc-rM;V;i
CiROP XOW t HMI.NC IX Vila Si " I 1
CAM HAli Pl.AATi B 0
SVGAR A2.T) MOLASSIs T "
ROP xow co.Mi.Nr; iCiri
aie .a qa.r' u w t it " a t
IVfll.n.T Hi a -.virt-VI
E'.V CROH. XOW
tell u to z ahead . and
tot C.1D i.U.l.tO iijorc
It was f'TV-tri t ten emiiruen who mt
a table in Loada, aai j ut Jjd il 1"'.i.MJ
a; Velerar.:! C-jtitructioa ac 1 Maln-
nv uaLur.inl tv the failure of
t irrarv-l tr Ii-;n in Uoret
the reaiair. of her thev a.l ljd s-j
lat vear, artwervl
the r u"''lic
th re Lave been ieiav- in rect'.vin mtt .rom
E ;r. re. tut these have all bn on the lan J iins
or it the Culf of St. Lawrence, and not on the
Sea Cable. ,
n lAn l lines were built twelve years ao, and
teieiraj :i taat
Oa such long
line, unlew C-Llv watched, there must w eome
tiroe a break. A few weeks sg) a ora r?wept
over the ialjxd, the mcx-t terr;c that Lad been
tn.jwn f.r tentT vear. which ftrewed the coat
ThU blew down the line in ,
OV THE KOHal.A SCtiAR t0vt?
vtr-Viited s-j krg f.r aa ocvan
therhave becoaie old ard rusty.
SUGAR AKD XOlAsir
H A W A 1 1 A X S t O A R M I LL. t ? i
us witn a Mi.'ecnption ot
Si.n alter the books were opened to
through the enjiiA-nt brikics Luue
a a.t: j .
we-ii ja i;
wiih sttrvi. Never
into auv eoterrrise.
lii Win a b4f r
ru-rt tj tv.ebrata Ov.r vict ry.
hjja! II jw s.r. a u our j
mourning. Tr.it v.-ry dsy the
It went out like a ;ar
rejoice in a ejcceas
as a.j su
! -j:ien:T m lav-tiit.ims to lac.i.t ite the lavir.g
I ox fcr;c .iiiaxiiic Ae:frapu ; oui luis is r.-eur.er i:.e
jtlace tor the oxsion to avaltlp.'y iitano-,
which a?jund. of a mi.-.ilar kind, r.or f r the
ia t t'irt will tb ir.uividual jrincijAlly con
criied be very thankful f,r their tublic d-p!av.
! It may be tear-! that ouch is the ca-? wi;b regard this life
.' Ve the vjya Diw und-r n.i, but the ixirtru- waters.
t&ente oi j utiic information, fully beii-rible of this, not believe it evtr
; raust not wr governed by it al jne.
lue Thtnus. fjTuif-rlr the Titania, is an iron
j Khojn-.T of about I-0 ns, and was built fr
' Siephenv,n, the eminent engineer, under hi own
r-ujrv;ion. ly Scott Ruell. H-r reseLtowner,
j Cp t. T. 1J. ilanhau. having fully t-:-:ed Ler
v-ry sujrrior qualities ia a voyage up the Medi-
terrarean, cortceived the idea of iuakit. a v-jyae
- ia Ler to the Sandwich L?Li.n-l4 and back; and
, Laving r.otice-i an article from the pen of the
j caitaia of a Hue steam frigate, in Lis esti.uatiun
I of a i&i-at utaati-factyry an J inonclu&ive nature,
deprecatory of the pat.-age of the Straits before
; ruenii-jneJ. be revived Vj ta through them on
i bis way out, and to return by the Sarujiento. Sic,
I Cf.anrirla. into the S:rilis, f ,r aa ci'se an invee-
tirati .n of the whole as circumstance- would
The Atlantic Telegraph Cable.
At a bar.oet given to Cyrus V. Field. E-j.,
at the M-tr jyjTiisu lliA in New York ia No
Veiuber, Le tuale a Merch, ;iing a Lmt inter
: tetin LL-t-jrlCiil sketch of the Atlantic Cable
, Katerpri, from wLicb we extract the fjll-jwitg:
The ec-ne before rxe awak-.-r. a;irg!el rHjllec
tions. hizht vears a 'o the Atlanuc Tci .-jrat h
ucee ; and ia th;? t-rv hail we
Alar, f.r our
y !i.riieJ ir.to
v . A ilm t.ie AA.ll
So euj lenlv it diel that tuanv ouii
iivel. T'niht we meet to
that I believe to be trma-
i.ut ruarT who were with u tr.en are not
Captain Hudson is g.ne to hi
u g.ne to his grave.
the Er.liih eniri rieer, who was vith
f- rruit Li:n to ruake in his track L juiewar J. lie
. endeavored t secure the cornjuny and aeeistance
j of s-jme accoiuj.li.-Le! naturalist and other s-ci.-n-
tiZc lersun, wii.ch delayed Li departure c-onid-I
erably, and after all, on the 17th of April. lo4,
! Capt. iianharu vaa forced to fctart without th u,
with Lie lady and Ler attendant, and a crew c-jd-r;rtin
of a chief officer (who had been a naval
lieutenant), second njat--. carjeater, six able
tuen, steward, cok, and v. The chi f oEcer
ard fttward bad recently joined the yacht ; the ! York, and there was
our own Event: in the Siaara, eieef'S in Lie
native inland. Other who toA an early j irt in
the work are no more among the living. Lieut.
Uerrya.an. who made the r?t soundings across
the A:la:.tic, died for hi country in the late war,
on board Lis chip off PeCf-acola. His Coojpcn
ionu. Li-.uter;ant Strain, the hero of the i.ldated
Daricri exj-e-iitivQ. and Lieutenant Thomas, both
are g ne. i are John V. Lrett, my first a-s--cite
in England, Samuel Statham, Sir William
Crow n. the first Chairman of the Atlantic Tel.r
graph Company, and nunv, maiiy other. My
bret thoug.it to-riijfbt is of the deal ; and m'j
only wrruw, that those who labored w faithfuLy
witu us, are not here now to share our triumph.
It is niirly thirteen years since half a d zrn
gentlemen of this city met at niy hou.-e for four
euccej-ive evening-", and around a table covered
wiih map and tiuru-, and bins and esiimat-.s,
Cinsldered a reject to extend a lin ? of telegraph
fr im Nova Scjtia to St. J jhr.s. in Newfoundland,
thence Vi be carried across the ocean. It was a'
verv p retty t laa on tirtr. I here w as .New
St. Johns, i
T'-it of the crew bad been ael! t.-i.-i in Ler before.
The Therms touched at Madeira, Tcneri J;, Piio
' (in the iCiver I'late), and I'ort St. Julian (where
i the grave of a naval oSccr was vi-itcd and fully
; restortd by the crew). i.nd on the 2'Jth of August
' she rounded Cap-e Virgin inM the eastern entrance
; of the Straits, claring them by Cape Pillar, at
i the western entrance, early in the morning of the
i 12th of Sej tember, being a wetk or ten davs
! lr... , i. .;..,. .v ..... .1 "i.
was not, bowever, till the 12th of December that
Capt. Hanliam tojk his departure from the AS' est
Coaat. from Cailao. for the Sandwich Island.
w ith an unbruken distance of over 5,'HJO mik of I those who came first into the wurk have stoxl by
se away before him. The chief otii'.er having dt it to the end. Of those six Men fjur are here
off the Island of Mas6afuera on the 4th of N j- ' to-night Mr. I'eter Cooper, M -es Taylor, Mar
vember, the oner liitiiself was from that tini-j ; shail O. Holjerts and my-.-If. My brother Iud
the only f-ersn on lard jssec'ing the slightest j ly, in Europe, and Mr. Chandler White died in
knowledge of the science of navigation, in which j InoC, and Lis place was supplied by Mr. Wilson
O. Hunt, who is aWo Lere. Mr. lUibert W .
Liwfier was our Secretary.
only about l.i'-O
j miles apart. It waa. easy to draw a line lr jni
! one pint to thi other makiu r no acrount T
J the forests and mountains, and swamp, and
! rivers and gulls, that lay in our way. N"t one
of us had ever seen the country, or f ad any idea
! of the obstacles to be overcome. We thought
we could build the line in a few months. It t jok
, two years and a half. Yet we never asked f jt
' help outside our own little circle. Indeed, 1 fear
we should not have got it if we Lad for few
Lad any faith in our tcneme. Every dollar came
out of our own pockets. Yet I am pruud to say
nij man drew back. No man t ruiw a desert-r :
of J. S. M jr-m i Co.. ani in lo-rteeu oays we
Lad raised the whole ilCOO.C'OO. Then tie "work
b- xin again, a:.d went on
was ih-iM energy infused
It was oniv tr.e 1st day ot March iaat the new
C-tapany was f ..ruled, and registered aa a
Company the r.ext day; and yet such was th:
v;go- and dl?;at:h that ia Eve m. nths from tha:
cliy the cable bad been manulactored.sbitred n
. the Gnct Ens.'trn, stretched acrio.'; the Ailaatic,
and was sendir g messages, literally swift as light
ning, frv'ra cx ntinent t-j continent.
Yet this ws not "a lucky bit" a f r.e run
acT.-ss the ocean in calm weather It was the
, r -: weiiher I ever knew at that season of the
Tear. Ia the dispatch which appeared in the
New Yjrk pajrs you may have read. Tie
weather L.is leen tii.-st pleasant. " I wrote it
wnpiea-sant.' We Lai logs and tt- rms almost
the wLoie way. Our success was the result of
t.e Lighes-t science?, combined with j radical ex-tri-nce.
Everything was perfectly orgaaiied to
the minutest detail.
L'ut our work was not over. After landing
the cable sstfely at Newfoundland, we had another
task to return to mid-ocean and recover that
Lt in the expedition of last year. This achieve
ment has pri.aje excited more surprise than the
other. Many evtn r- w " dun't understand it."
and eery lay I am asked h.-w it was doae."
Well, it djes seem rather difficult to fsh for a
jewel at the lttjm of the -cean tw and a half
miles deep. But it is n A so very d.fficult when
you know how. You may be sure we did n jt go
a fishing at random, nor was our success mere
'luck." It v,is the triumph of the highot
nautical and engineering skill. We had fjur
shirs, and on board of them sotne of the best
s-asnen in England, men who knew the ocean aa
a hunter knows every trail in the forest.
There was Car tain Moriarty, who was in the ;
Agamemnon in ItoT S. He was in the Gnat ;
Ecsim la.-t yewr, and saw the cable wher, ic
broke; and Le and Cart. Anderson at oiiCfv'took :.
their observations so exact that they could go
ri,;Lt to the sj.jt. After finding it, they liarked
the line of the cable by a row of buoj s, for f.jgs ;
w ul J come down and shut out sun and stars, i
so that no man Could take an obervaTion. These '
buoys were anchored a few miles apart. They ;
were nuinbered. and each Lad a flag staff upon it, ;
r that it could be seen by day ; and a lantern by '
night. Thus having taken our bearings, we '
stood off three or four miles, so as to come broad- !
si le on. and then casting over the grapnel, drifted
slowly down UL-on it, drajzinir the bottom of the !
ir. iv t.La.v-. and caused an interruption
erai davt?. But it was quickly repaired, and we
are trvlrg to guard against such accident again.
For tnree months we have had an army of men t
at work, unar cur Superintendent, Mr. A. M. 1
Mackav, rebuilding a line, and now they report ;
it nearly complete. On this we must rely for the j
next Jew months. But all winter long tnes-e men '
will be making their-axes heard in the f resto of
Newfoundland, cutiiog thousands of j"olend i
as soon as spring op-ens, will build an entirely J
new line along the same route. With thisdouble ;
line complete, with frequent station house, and j
' faithful sentir els to watch it, we feel pretty secure. '
At Port Hood, in Nova Scotia, we connect j
; with the Western Union Telegraph Company.
'. which has enag?d to keep a many lines as may j
be necessary for European business. This, we
. think, will guard against failure hereafter. But :
to make assurance doubly sure, we shall in the j
Spring build etiil another line by a eepaiate i
route, croesirg over from Heart's Content ti j
Piacentia, which is about a hundred miles, al- ng
a irod rorid. where it can easily be kert in orter.
From Placentia. a submarine cable w ill be 1: ii )
across to the French island of St. Pierre, and
; ther ce to Sydney, in Cape Breton, where again
. we strike a coach road, and can maintain our
I.nes without difficulty. Thus, we shail have
ti ree distinct line, with which it is hardly pi
ble that there can be any delay. A message from
Loii ! -.n to New York jassjea over four line
fr-Mi London to Valentia; from Yalentia to
Heart's Content ; from there t. Port Hood, and
fruin Port H ood to New York, it always takes
a little time for an operator to read a message
and p.rep-are to send it. For this allow five min
ute at each station that is enough, and I shall
not fe content till we have meseage regularly
from London in twenty minute. One Lour is
ample (allowing ten minute each side for a boy
to carry a dispatch) for" a mesriage to g from
Wall street to the K-jyal Exchange and to get an
answer liack again. This is what we aim to do.
It" for a few months there should be occasional
delays, we ask only a little pjatience, remember
ing that our machinery is new, and it takes time
to get it well oiled and running at full spieed.
But after that I trust we shall be able to satisfy
ail the demands of the p ubiic.
On the results of this enterprise commercially
and politically it is for others to spak. To
one effect or.lv do I refer as the wish of my heart i
that, as it brings us into ebser relations with !
England, it may produce a better understanding
between the two countries. Let who will sp-ak !
asairi't England words of censure must come !
from other lip than mine. I have received too
much kindness from fc-uelishmen to join in this
lar.uar. I have eaten of their bread and drank
Sugar and -Molassci
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Cotton Tor Sale!
R PACKING SHEm 4
.botacery acd docm . f
! taaaaliliea ta ail Parcfcaafnj
Wanted Sea Island Cottct
la tire ased tr ffioas-1. ft.r hicb tt Ligf.-M t umI i
laid- t6iO fcj H. J. J
too! Ic 4 Extra.
F"r Sale in qaastiUe u tu.-t by A. 8. t'lrSBi
Affix llowWt U(: .
Sale aaa raddle LrAtter, and Ttuuti Uufall
For Sale br M
533 Ir A. S. CLEGHORX. Aait Waia J a
A. S. CXEGIIORX, Afsnt KumulZ
TI Art KtT,!
KlDf ttrcet. c-ppoaite the IkHtrt.
501 J. R. PRICE
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKErt,K
ROII'T I. MOKCAX. loing
boirsat Msats fr-n to-t trrds. Poultry f aft, Tifcajaxl I.
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C. E. WILLIAMS
ocenn as we went. At first it wasa little awkward ! of their cup. and I have received from them, in
i'i iis:i iu sucu ueep water oui our men g'jt useu
it was thenceforth jurt of his care to instruct one
or two or his crew. i
Hawaii was made in forty days, and from the I
2d of January, lroo, till the 20th of November, i
the Thtmts was kept cruising about amongst j
those island.-, every ancliorage in them being !
once or oiuner visited, much to the advantage ot .
the native and other authorities Princes. Gov- !
emors. Ministers, and Bishop, who were fr-elj !
conveyed backwards and forwards as public duty j
or private inclination led them to desire. Mean- !
while one of the King's bouses waa np.projTiated .'
for Cat t. I Ian ham's use on ah re. These and all :
j analogous incidents are, however, beyond the '
to it, and soon Could cast a grapnel almt as
straight as an old whaler throws a Larp.n.
: Our fishing line was of f rmidatie siz. It was
made of rup, tw sted with wires of steel, so as to
bear a strain of thirty tons. It took about two
hours for the ri-pnel to reach bottom, but we
could tell when it struck. I often went to the
b.w, and sat on the rot, and could feel by the
quiver that the grapnel was dragging on the t-ot-tom
two mile und--r us. But it was a very slow
busines-s. We Lad storms and calms, and
and squalls. Still we worked on dny by day.
Once, on the 17th of August, we git the cable
up, ani mid it in fail sight for five minuter, a
long, slimy nn.nster, fresh from the ooie of the
ocean's beU, but nur men began to cheer s-j wildly
that it aet-ins.d to be frightened, and suddenly
broke away and went d jwn inw the se:i. Thi's
accident key t us at work two weeks longer, but.
finaiiy, on tue? Iat night ot August we caught it. j
N e hid c;.st the traj nel thirty times. It wi8 a i
little Ijefure midnight on Friauv nitrht that we !
Looked the cable, and it was a little after mid- !
Havinjr, briefly traced the early history of the
Atlantic telegrap h, Mr. Field said :
With the history of the expediti ins of ISoT
you are fau.iliar. "On the third trial we gained
a brief succxm. Ti e cable was liif.ani f r :
four weeks it worked though never very brilli
antly never giving forth such rap id and distinct ;
flashes as the cables of t-UAy.
It epokj, though only in broken sentences '
Rllt W. Fill.- it 1 ..tt r... lfvjn f.,,, 1... r,.
messages were rent utr-AS the Atlantic. You all n.'Sl,l "oday morning when we got it on board. i-
the darkest hours of this entertrise. words of
cheer which I shall never forget ; and if any
words of mine can tend to peaoe and good wiif,
i they shall not be wanting. I beg my o.untry
j men to remember the ties of kindred. Blood "is
thicker than water. America, with all her
; greatness. Las come out of the loins of Englan i ;
; and though there have leen sometimes family
uarrels bitter as family quarrels are apt to be
still in our hearts there is yearing for the old
home, the l.nd of our fathers ; and Le is an
j enemy of his country and of the '.uman race who
i would stir np strife between two nations that are j
! one in race, in language, and in religion. I
i close with the sentiment
i Englani and Jmerte a ( Hirinr hacdf across ths asa. mar
tb:i Lrm (rra-p be a plsde of fr.ro.l-h p to all er-oerati...o
-j-jy M J BG3 LEATE TO VSWtfn
rj$. 4 Ai Tbe tlMJ f firMfthrcr
ItVQi l , ATS
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remember the enthusiasm which it excited. If
was a new thing under the sun. and for a few
wteks the public went wild over it. Of course,
when it stopped, the reaction was very great.
Peop.le grew dumb and susp.icious. Some'thought
it was all a hoax ; and many were quite sure
that it never worked at all. That kind of odium
we have Lad to endure f jt eight years, till r.ow,
I trust, we have at last silenced the unbeliever.
After the failure of IpoS came our darkest
diys. When a thinir is dead, it is hard to tral-
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caia. itowrr aaocaa. w. raaaa ut, iimi r. fiuji.
cms. W. BROOKS L CO.,
ja.g iz?'ri4 i' 1 1 thi;
HAlVftltAK PACKET tWE
OFFICE 41 t saaaa)tiurararr Mrrraaat
)4RTtcrLlR ATTEXTIOX CI VEX TO
L taa Pwrehaaa.atuaapntt and S-U-T M'-hatvliac ; to fori
Itaaaad Triaafcipanal ar oooda ; laacaartrtaaand Sala
f VcaaaU i taa Sapatloc af Wbajcabit i and the Mrfotiaiioa
ExchAoct on Hoaolala in saras to suit.
ADTAXCE MADE OX CO.NSIC.NME.NTS.
Ja. IlraiaaaLL tq . Bovtoa
llasar A. Paiara Co
isrTLaa, ftsa A Co.. "
arTTa A Co.. New York.
h. ro tr, -
H. r A Co., ftaaxttac.
lUK A Lavi.
wataaa, all o .
Ha. V.Saov, K.f
Tana. Sraacaa, E-x.. IliUa.
Attaaaa CO-, Kaxiafaaa.
C. BREWKR & Co.,
HAVE ON HAND
And For Sale at Low Rates !
EAGLE PLOWS. Xa. 2, 12. SO. 76;
HORSE PLOW?. Eaple A, Eala O, Ea!a H.
SIDE KILL PLOWS. A No. 2, A No. S. A Na.i
rrttt. plows, c.o aix u.x tea.
Kitra Teeth for above Patterns.
PLOW'S, with art vKbrat W. A C
STEEL REVERSIBLE TEETH.
PARE TEETH FOR DITTO
It si Ite
STEEL. IRON AND WOODEN lOOTII RAKE?.
BUSH AND GRA53 SCYTHE3 AND SNATHES.
ecop d this narrative, but there seems rme
reason to hor, as they are for the roost prt in
teresting ana amusing in no ordinary degree, that
they will be p resented to the pub'ic by the owner
of the vessel himself at some future period.
On the 29th of November, 1SU3, the Tvmis
left the inlands on her homeward voyace, taking
the track to the southward through the Marquesas j
group. On the 2-1 of December a magnificent i
mastiff, the captain's constant companion f .r
several years, and well-known in Southampton vanize it into life. It is inure difficult to revive
for which the Orand Duke Constantino, had made an old enterprise than to start a new r nc. The
perfectly fabulous offers () to the owner died. .' fr.s ness and novelty are gone, and the feeling
On the 13th he lost his steward, and on the Oth of di-ap pintment diacmrages further ft"jrt.
of the following month (January, lUCA) the irre- j Other causes delayed a new att'-mr t. This
' parable affliction of the death of his mot estim- country had became involved in a tremendous
I able and accomplished lady (eminently wise, self-; war ; und while the nation was struggling for
j pjr ssed. cheerful, and courageous, although an 1 life, it had no time to spend in futeiin enter-
invaua) i?u upvjn ".aptain uaniiam, ana Je:t nira . prices.
t.ut in t-ngiand the proj.x-t was still kept alive.
The Atlantic Telegraph Com puny kept up iw
organization. It had a noble body of directors.
desolate indeed of counsel, as weal as of Cim-pianion-hip.
Valuiraiso was reached on the Sth of Februa
ry, and on the 21st. having thoroughly refitted I who had faith in the enterprise, and lookeu be-
for the grand feat of the y.jyage. the vessel sailed
thence for England by the track before indicated,
which, notwithstanding the very altered circum
stances in which he was placed, and the Bore
tetnp.tation to hurry huaie to depceit in the last
resting p.laee assigned for them the remains be
had carefully preserved. Cap.tain Il.tnham would
not abandon. Accordingly, though entirely de
pendent on himself the navigation of the yacht,
justly confront in the character and seaman
ahin of bis mate, and the fidelity, endurance,
and zeal of his crew, the captain drew up such
instructions for them as were lest suited to mett
yond its present Imw estate to ultimate success.
When the scientific an 1 engineering problems
were solved, we took heart again, and began to
prepare for a fresh attempt. Ibis was in l-03.
In this country though the war was still raging
I went from city to city, holding meetings and
trying to raise capital, but with por success.
Men came and listened, and said it whs ali very
fine." and " hop-d I would succeed." but did
nothing. In one of the cities they gave me a
large meeting, and passed some beautiful resolu
tions, and apr-iinted a Committee of "solid
Tana. J. Pncitaaaa. W. M. Rraaax, II. C. rjaii.
joi:s & in:Dixi:
San Francisco, California.
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crrABLUiteo in isso.
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fraaa Fraai. m
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Aiaa ru aar cnatia-oavmt tt pmtAt or rfivat aale. aoi all
aiarcaiuUa ImrilHtra realend oumgrm.
Rvfrr ty m inlaw ia to
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y.vaeea and sh:r.wrecks as that on which the
ilYager was lost from Anson's squadron in 1741.
Byron's track, with h:s comrnions. from this
Say ClltterS, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4- I,ace wa f the north ward, into an improving
j climate and region : this of the Them:s was the
1 1 ii y CutterN ,
Very Urge with pally and bslaoce wheel
For Cottiac Sorcham Cane Top, Arc. Ac
men to canvass the city, but I did not tret a
j the emergency of anything happening to himself, solitary subscriber Iu "this city I did better,
which from time to time afterwards almost ; though money came by the hardet't. By personal
daily he had to alter and adap.t to circumstances. ' solicitations, encouraged by you. .ir, and other
On the 19th r if March, Corresponding to the good friend", I succeeded" in raising $10,000.
time of our autumnal equinox, he entered the Since not many bai faith, I must pr-sntone
Oulf of Penas and the Sarmiento Channel round example to the eontrary, though it was not till a
Byron's Island a spot to be recalled with all year later. When almost all deemed it a hoj
iw rep ulsiveni-M to the minds of all readers of ls scheme, one gentleman carne to me and j ur- '
cnas-o siock oi the Atlantic leh-grapih tompany
to the amount of $100,000. Tiiat was Mr. i
Liring Andrews, who is here this evening to see
OX YOKES, various sites.
OX BOWS, assorted sizss.
CANE KNIVES, COLLARS ani HARNESS.
PLANTER'S HOES, assorted sixes.
LEATHER BELTING. X . art i iacaa.
RCIiBER BELT1XG.3, 2.4AUhr;2, A 4 pt 7
.nd a Variety of Smaller Articles.
i IT 3a
his faith rewarded. But at the time I sp-ak t.f,
it waa r lain that our main hot must be iu Ensz-
reverse. From this date till the 231 of May, land, and I went to London. There, t j, it drag
when she cleared the .Straits and again rounded ged heavily. There was a p rof-jund discourage
Cape Virgin into the South Atlantic, tlie yacht ment. Many Lad l.jst before, and were not wiil
was involved in this narrow intricate navigation, ing to throw more money into the eea. We
exploring either by herself or her boats p.rornis- needed ilt'Mj,00O, and with'our utrno'-t efforts we
ing inlets and reported channels, which often ; had raised less than half, an 1 there the enterrrise
stooa in a deaa f.ck. It was plain that we must
1 rrovcJ to he barred examining anchorages anJ
j p laces tor supply, shelter, and security ascer
; taining the existence and correct pwitions of
su.pwctel dangers, and certtCrjring known ones
in all cases seeking J.r and not evading them ;
often, overrunning or falling short of the intcni
' ed shelter for the night, compelled to unremitting
j exertion and anxiety in frost, sleet, darkness,
j and storm, and narrow winding water for 43
1 hours at a stretch the cap tain's own skill, tn
j ergy, and p.luck, nobly seconded by bis mate and
crew, whose entire 'confidence, "aff-cti n, and
respect for him never wavered, bringing them
through with unflagginj cheerfulness, and with
out a single mihap r phase of amateur seam a n
: ship surely well Worthy of the p.ubiic knowledge.
I It may Le added that at Rio. win n our p-oiitieal
relation, with that rcmn'rv -.e.-rc -ntirf!y sii.
Lave help from some new ouarHT. I looked
around to find a man who had broad shouldeis,
and could carry a hivy load, and would be a
giant in the cause. It was at this time I wan in-
troduced to a gentleman, whom I would hold up
to the American public as a specimen of a great
hearted Englishman. Mr. Thomas Brawny . You
may n-ver Lave heard his name, but in "London
he is known as one of the men who ha made
British enterp rise and British c-ap.ital felt in nil
p art of the earth. I went to '-e him, though
with fear and trembling. He received rne kindly,
but put me through such sn examination as I
never Lad b- for. thuught I was in the wit
ness box. He uskod rvery possible question, but
my answers saU-L.-l Lira, and Le ended by saying
that it wa an titrrr!- which ouht t- be -.ar-
What was the anxiety of these twenty-six hours?
; me strain on every man s lile was like the strain
on the cable itself. When finally it appeared, it
wad midnight ; the lights of the "ship, and in the
boats around our bows, as they flashed in the
faces of the men, showed them eagerly watching
fr the cable to appear on the water. At length it
was brought to the surface. All who were al
lowed to approach crowded forward to see it. Yet
ri'.t a word was spo ken, only the voices of the
officers in c-mmand were heard giving
order". All felt as if life and death hung on
the issue. It was only when it was broucht over
the bjw on the d"ck that men dared to breathe.
Even then they hardly believed their eyes. Sme
crept toward it to feel of it. to be sure it was
there. Then we carried it along to the electricians'
room, to see if our long sough t-for treasure was
. alive or dead. A few minutes of suspense, and a
flash told of the lighting current again fet free.
1 Then did the feeling long px-nt up.' burst forth.
Some turned away their heads and wept. Others
brr.ke into cheers and the cry ran from man to
man, and was heard down in the engine rooms,
. deck below deck, and from boats on the water,
and the other fchij, while rockets lighted up the
darkness of the s-a. Then with thankful hearts
we turned our Los jgain to the West. But
soon the wind r-.s-e and for thirty-six hours we
were expiosed to ail the dangeM of a 6t rm on the
Atlantic. Yet in the very height and fury of the
irale, as I sat in the electricians' room. a"9ah of
: light came np from the deep, which having
cr sssej to Ireland, came ljick to me in inid-jcean
telling that those so dear to me. whom I hnd
left on the banks of the Hudson. were well, and
following u with their wishes and their prayers.
This was like a whisper of G.jd from the sea ."bid
ding me keep heart and hope. The Grtat Ea.i
t'.rn bore herself p.roudly through the storm, as
if she knew that the vital cord, which was to
j .in two hcrnisp.her.'s, hung at her stern ; and so,
on Saturday, the 17th of September, we brought
our second cable to the shore.
When I think of them all not only of those
on the Grtat fla:rn. but of Capt. Commerrill,
of tl e TtrnUe, and ot L first ofScvr, Mr. Curtis,
(who, with their ship came with us not only to ,
Heart eContent, but afterward to the tiulf of St.
Lawrence, to help in living the new cabh-,) and
of the officers of the other ship, my heart is foil.
Better men never trod a deck. If I do not name :
theiu all it is becana they are too many, their
ranks ure t' full of glory. Even the sailors I
caught the enthusiiOirn of the enterprise, and ;
were eag-r to share in the honor of the achieve-
ment. Brave, stalwait men they were at home !
on the ocean and in the norm of that sort that j
have carried the fia of England around the j
globe. I see them now as they dragged the :
shore end up the beach at Heart's Content, '
hugging it in their brawny arms is if it were a
ship'wrecked child whom they had rescued from '.
the dangers of the P'-a. G'.d bless them all ! j
Having thus accompiiished our work of building '
an ocean telegrap h, we desire to make it useful to j
the p.ubiic. To tni? end it must be kept in per- '
feet order, and all lines connected with it. The 1
very idea of an electric telegraph is an instru- '
ment to send messages instantaneously. When a t
despatch is sent from New York to London, there I
must be no uncertainly about its reaching its des- !
ti .ation and that promptly. Ihia we aim to
secure. Our tivo cables do their prt well. I Mi 2m
The Sloop HOKULELE!
Wi:l rvn r..'or'v to the nfivt irl.
Touching at 1MOLOKAI and LAN AI
wfasn inducements effer.
f -r fripht cr p?sa?e apf.jr to I. FusTEB Co cr to
t.e CAPTAIN cn bearl. Zm
REGULAR PACKET FOR
Honoipu and Kohala Plantation.
S. The Fine Schooner KOHALA,
C. UOWARD, Master.
1V& rtn regularly on the 6or roitte.
For freight or paaaage app'J to the Master rn brrd,
3m OrtoCAsTLE ir CoOKK, apscta.
O T I C E .
2i The Schr. ODD FELLOW I
Is r 'i!arljr laid cn at a packet between
Itonoluln and llilo.
For Freicht or P$ae apply to
fcS' CUrNQ nOOX A Co.. AreoU.
For Waihee, Maui.
j.-Vj. The Fine
Schooner Zarv Ellen,
He has Now on Hand and Offers fox Stj ;1
THE L1KCL8T A.D BEST ASS0RTHE5T Kittle
Per Eecent Arrivals from Boston and !
Ever Offered ia this Market,
Moat of vhicb haa been receired
Attor g atkh :
. J be found tt e foikicy moat detinMi '
tic!ea : 1
J. WEsT. Master.
Runs nea'tr'.j to the al.re port. For freight or
apl'ty iuc .ajAUD vo ocara or tr
i6m c. BREWER A Co., Agenta.
For Lahaina and Hakee's Landing.
Fine, Staunch Cl.pper
Scliooner Kate Lee,
Will run r-v"j!r!y arJ punctnilly on the aboTe roote. For
fr-i,:ht or puuet apply to the Mu'er "n h-4irii. or to
16jn C. liRLWtii. A Co., aiteuu.
For Hana, Kaupo and Maliko.
M A RC HAST, Master.
Will run regularly. or freight or paare apply to
C. BREWttt A Co.,
Regular Hawaii and Kauai Packets.
The Splendid Clipper Schooner
ISt Tot;i Burthen.
llavint; superior accomc.odalk.Ba for
passengers, ul ran
ill also be ditpatcbet to
Zailua, Kealakekua or Hilo,
Whenever sufaeient Inducement f Sera.
The Fine Schooner
G. V. KIXXET, Ma.ier.
Win ran rejralarly to
Koloa, Wahiawa and Waimea, Kanai.
Easy Chain, larfe Ann Roctinr Chaira.
W not Cr.so.Krr SeO. w-rh full MarMea.
& f a, Part'-r Chairs. Marl.ie Top Ccfilrs Tsbiea.
Irre Triej Faintrd Cham her tela omajcented.
Press fl urea us, full BtarMe t.p.
rre Bureaus, half mart..e top.
riaiu i-s n jrraus.
Marhie Top Si trocar's rf Rosewood. Oak aod Wil
Walnut S4d Tahles, Marble Tf.
Walnut. Mahogany. Koa aitl Cherry Centre Tablea
f upenor new and second hand Ruaeaood Piaua.
Walnut side enclosed W hatnots.
Lanre assartmeot of Bracseta.
Walnut Card Stands. kra-.i Pia.no 5 tools.
Large six shelf Whatnots nta pattrm.
Tard ard Whist TMs. T wel Rarka. FT
Mh (rr and lnut Mrei k. 1
K.avauo.1 Fret Cantrrhurrs. J i
tt..&DS of Rnarvoid. Malrany and Walnut.
Hil.le Mands. ith Mart Us. mi(
Mahogany and Walnut Svir.eii.s? Clink Cradle.
Taclre feet i'ming aud Eateuioo Tabtra. foot.
Lounges and Conches, in Hair Cloth, Preyft d&
Lasting, Damask, Leather Cloth, 4 t'!
Can Bara Library Rotary Chairs.
Lo.kir.ir OU" aud L-. km Ulas Plates,
bureau a-hstaods, 2Une hue.! WasUtacdS.
T wel-end. CoiUre and l a.a.un Wa9huodf.
Parlor U-ks. .-quurt and Oral Counter Stno.
Lfl li's' ln. mi Cliair. of H alnat. Oak and Its
Arm Chairs a rarirty of patterns.
Folding I'h.irs. f..r traveling.
At r. Grecian an I Cinm,.r Wood Chairs.
Cane Seat aisl Back Arm ftr.ck.-rt aud Nurse R
M-sses and 'hildreu's Caiie Sat Chir.
ChilJreu'a Caxrukea, Willcsr Caha and Wagoni.
thlldrea's Toj f art, and Uasens, a lar?e laWt"'0m
Saltable for the Uulidajs.
P Tl rl T orrra Sired G
A large Assortm -uU
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Ma!vny. Walnut. Oak and Pine, Oral, Serp000'
N)nare Teapo a. V
T t'.: i!sei. Hrvakfast TaMea. pt t
Cus-s. Cas-s PiirM.n .f. jk..
ChiUlreu's High Chairs and Phy Jumpers. . tie
M'indow Cartnina and Curtain Fit"fj,,t
A larje Assortment. Bnd
Walnut, Oak and Mahogany Hat Treea. I
Walnut l mhr.il, Stalls. n i
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Hair. Moss Vxcei.ior. Pulu. Feathers arl Hay M""
and Pillows. Spring Mattresaes.
Crnmode f r the sick rvs -m.
Kiirhen Tables. Chinese Arm Chairs.
W illow Scfaa, Chinese Setteea, Ac. Ac, k',
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