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BY C. S. BARTOW.
SATURDAY, - - - - DECEMBEE 14th,
Commencing ml I '".. I. M ,
AT XlI M ROOM. WILL UK ftf)I.I
A Variety of Fancy Articles
LCU A3 hate s.yr B OFF KEF.D,
, i .ynjrtrjfi ri2 Is i rfrrnl d antj other Evenr
Avl 1 inj Sue,
--rry Lliea FhiwaMe ir Hal. Mahogany IWa-Vl.c-wpa-te.
lb- M-n. Ul" r.hol,U Neck
j, M-a,BckiCWnK B.fli Salad Spoon Fork and
tread Hate. Dvwier. Cnrl UandUrd Bread &wtc. boxr f
Electro-Plated Tea and Coffee Services,
Waiter. I.Tk and pwo. Fh.itotfraph.' Album.
fine f-renn.liiie .Sail I)res,
VOI.O AMI SILVER
tfatchrs, Lockets L Gold Breat Pins
A UL'AXTITV OK . ;
CHI'11 CUUIOS !
J ! Ueceiel, Per Ln-.a-Cif,
On, enry CU B-.. thirteew Japanned Tee, Caddie, two
c;pr , ten pir of Chine i,lb(-l'm Uraft
ea, Irury and Bnw Fitfurr. ar.d Kc raper Book.
A very Choice Lot of Parian "Ware,
Klefta"!!? Ireed Iolt.
Ooeo bxprclM-o this (Satard.y) a 11 o'clock Duoo Bt
" rale fcVoum.
Impoi'tSEiit SjiIo !
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS !
AT TIIK STORK OK
THUODORE C. HEUCK, ESQ.,
Coa roclnf l 10 a'cluck A. M-.
UiLL Et tli l l KI D IT PtCLIC AUTIO
i Varied Assortment of .Merchandise
Per LATK Alt RIVALS,
T- ffti-h th' attnt' of iJrtttrrs li SJieiUJ,
twn, Kra aaj O.itr,
Flrva Awnrtarol af Ilat.
A Choice Assortment of Groceries, Cigars,
wixkh, nr. Kit.
.!A7.t VARIETY O O Til Kll A It Tl i.'L .
Of bich ankrulr Ut a y pnaiars prWa laralc
Trr-a. UWral aaai "
livening Sale of Toys!
OJJ THURSDAY EVENING, DEC 19th,
At 7 a'cluca. at 4al tUsssv.
A UKUK VARIETV K
TOYS AND OTHER GOODS.
SCUOO.MItt AT AlXT!0..
DECEMBER 21st. i
Al 12 nVlia Bodo. at Wbart,
IVill be Sold mi Poblie Aactioa,
The British Schooner " Woottoon.'
Far Part.caiar apply f V. . BARTOW.
Fresh Yeast Powders,
mrERr nrx kkk.cii ciicolat.
W Weaiptu.ii' liaroa,
C'idar ! r.
ffneb Win Tt nrrur,
rraacft lir V irerar.
Fir by lI I. BAKtLKTT.
HOKE: HOOKS !
BT ini r. jtmr -iolam.- jit ar
rleoU I ar r-eriTe.1 frnaa oo ot tb teaUiDf pb
luAiaf auoars ia Ne irk.
Vlxitt lOOO Arolinne
or urc i.to roevLAR itouks pi:taixi.io to
treat bmjxch or lit l rati: he.
kmamf then Biay Be nntrd a tern s
aavr AlWrt Sumiib.
Mayana' fBilltp It
lnm.l t. a picture of the avheltmo.
The Srveu Son ot MaTiason.
inrHtS iinn:, by t h.-M!ea Kea.L.
TSe Hinb M Ikmaehnkt Ke vtt.
iMilr wl Cenia, aat aval tm aoiir Ibnai.
At '.la. m el.
..eaaviUe 4 Vnrne.
Sprrwra fa per.
Lwl lya t the Kioj.
lUaitr M T'0
W irh Slierulara.
, TotMaa W l..aw Qonv-hf.
IleprtlV Inat-a e Aarrka
latsMia. at K"SvmA.
atluK Klilwo e fctAt
Kern !! ami See tMruav
lntiM ... sUtuale.
Waavrh-v SmrK S vnla anj VI Tola.
AyBMM', sc.'Uiab f a. U-la.
The IiMTl.lV y tei-n.l. I !.
Marsfi HTU,m-i M ocba.
St HrUn' Sumaier.
Im Kanl rwiarAn.
II. -m.-, flctarea 4 Trareie.
r'ike' a. hUtea.
Mark I.uii'. Jiapm rma.
Haaoeni lMiiea rl.
The S .UmB l. nief
AppH..v , luil.unary ol Mecan ,ir
lletii,-, ftwB ni Sonea.
The Way -t r.e W-wbl.
iie"th.'iaimml a K-a.
it irrvi Hii:ivl
r .ien'a r V -e I Kampe.
T!m AilierH'MJI ljleee.
St. R!mih .v far l.e- ik
lser I ICwe .Vlratck
'anil'- W.wl.r. AphaeL
oi ti hiii'.Ph. WTneaa.
W h.. .Me riwr f ryutM-r' Seney.
MryW ft u-llyn.
le-m-.r' -j. . PYtnelplea, h.
Suwii.h pi . My HxWt-.y.
V(r. i wiiv,' teeiitre.
S.r rh... Br .ne. tKn B-.ie.
BmniH-fi .(maeapeia. AUa.
KM ' tl,e B.-Wt.
An.L.l. ,t llihet.
The tn.ft Beixate.
Whip. i. t senr,L
B. I Kite pe'a e-ma.
ihiM. an.; rieaone.
4illl it the St,
"'a .tl ibe Aineriet ReanliMinfa.
Lamh' K-.f'4 ttli.
Jl.-en.' i,H-eieiT Antfler.
amp .r" n kVvnrine..
T-t Jre Knnnfb. RIaek Fhre"aa.
Il!..ey "f.4ati'tntt. tWrverJara.
K'P ' rhlea.
Man. nl'rwn', Ta'a.
f .liiiaea n Jenb ail Chrtetmaa R,mka.
Baenn H.mrh.wti' t.lem plaa amt e.i
Wentletnen,a an. I llV KliitaeUe.
Shelly', rm. avesilav
t R.lner, lhierUi.
W. hater' jrt ItlivMraefl tsetmrnry.
I -ewwana II DwLemary.
aal a IHlMnH, l. ss
eley'a 4m. rie 'tata. J tU. j
ra.oetie M- tt Bal'a.1. rebly h.aao.1, iHofratel. j
The rihere. Par'trlea. j
Then. K.nir of ihw hnent,
hnma mi :! bitLaial, i
B..B arilMt IMpxfc.n, " j
H iTTf. t rw J. "
- rrve, I
Will , Uil. !
nt I Wt,s t( Men.
k..eia Hf.ar.phy. ihree Oeaaav
ll TV ii.,. iHntra(e..
swa'a I aite. at.aiea. 2 r,a.
'lee'. IM(ney nl Ltherty.
Ma l.. i Km S-a.
rhaaihe,', Jnnrmmt, bnan. rnluavee.
Future, of All f'rveta.
II ppy !.,.
A.,.,tmeni reh,,tee Fatrlty Blbfca.
Tper'a llttaia-.l4 Biblem.
Aaer.lme, m the W ae.
Iartat an. I avc eiegaat ..lteete af j
Iliotoraphic Vlbums ! j
er ae. u,., eily. of U tiaea a4 flyle. j
a '.xtif rjmr.rr or c.rv5 ror oo
Ay It JUtKllLLS, te.
Alt nt h eh rin be ,ti at ta lowraC pnaa.hle .ea. are! at
Pre In ,oi ih, limrm. H. M. WUITNKY.
BY E. P. ADAMS
TUTS DAY !
Important Sale of Lumber.
150,0) Fret, more or lets, of X. W. Plank 3 J
an J 3J inch.
Will be S old at Auction without Reserve,
O SATIIIIFAV. lire. I lib,
AT 11 DVUKK MX, ON TIIE F..rLAX A bC.
Uppr.rte tbe new Cuita lluuee building..
flirMmas Sale at thr Public Hall!
On TUESDAY EVENING, : : DEC. 17th,
At 7 U l kli,
A LAKUK YAKILTV Uf l I'F.KIOR.
Toys, Fancy Goods & Social Games,
of Ihe and Bxal fjni.hed a'yles.
.1 '... A 3rt ulrnt of" Vrry Superior
rbt:rapblr .11 ban and Merr4-pe.
60 Pus. rtutrB.b!c Vies of I be Aurst parta of Ihe aiucLl.
0e Boston IioscirovJ Votttvjc Piano, 7 Oitaret.
ON WEDNESDAY, : : : : DEC. 18th,
At 10 O'clock, A. M- at ?!- R.n,
A :Kk:ilAl. ASSORT.MK.7 OK
Dry Goods, liolhin, Crockfry and
Evening Sale at Public Hall.
On SATURDAY EVENING, Dec. 21st,
A I 7 ! U.
Fancy Goods for Christmas,
Toys, Fine Silks,
China and Japanese Wares.
XT Particular, lo trra.
t'ali lorn ia Potatoes !
.Ilocha I'tiflee" grown in liona,
FOR KALE AT TIIK STOEH OF
John Thos. Waterhouse, Queen's Whart
Kot t'orrrr. I liave iti-tructe-I the Tairtii-s1 sonl-
tiiff Vf d an Ku C Boe Itry ti.e aarrrd dt
rrly lhrS ut the aa-n). In lert aa morh a
Mil.le lh t t.A IVan. au aa b t nvted fur Ibe tint
arlH-U-. which I .1. ill all at a re.eiiMe rl' e.
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE.
The Honolulu Iron Works Company
a t H
I J ie.ui,rel ! at f r.lire. rale.
T Part Uama 1 41 re'a or a-r can be aoptdie.1 at
crnta per V avl fcy the N-t ml S onus j-r lb.. W at
ll-Mxlula. Nur. li. 1SST.
VX I.LK l K.I TM II K. IU K l IT NATION AL
Te-fohl Bn-I M...a ! HaS-tithaleo ooerer :tue.er
Im eerl.wenen J.hrr Mak-n, tfch- die Kiuicun onaerra
aurhen terfcn.--a nrvl deil Machttelai.( narU Inneo
i mntt aawaen heminet b-.ht ; an a lie. w tar laruleranj .Irr
j durch let Krtes; g-ctilmirwn W DXMi'ti ai4 rcraraaehtca Lev
dea ihr Seh.-r0.io beiaotraaen aranwheo.
Alb. ilievn thai fer I Llrii kri:t te kand cta.a er Un rrroa.
awwhen I --o-uLU ene rl.CT S.n.ie far KeiUa. e aor
Victorin National InraliJcn Stiftunj
' emeffiiet hat and trn site i.atern enia'S-nnehroen w ml velche
' dtevr athrhat iocMleo st flaix vwulmet arenteo.
! Ivr t oleneMrl.oete arirl al:e orMchleo Aul kUeroRreQ
j aher t-eae 2eehe r-eo orvl lisen im lTeoirhen t 'Miaulat die
betreffeoaten "jocnaaeole riaem Jeileti fur Kin.ehl T-o.
! F. A. !tll KK.
&09 lot tTenerber Ctmaul
Selling Off! Selling Off!
rf'IIK l-IKRlXKI I5K RrPECT
M r L'LLY t call llc attenieiu t4 the Uealer an-l pa..c at
0or well selected and assorted Stock !
CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING !
CK.N'TV I'l'KMSllINU COODSrfalln-rrii.iona,
BOOTS SHOES, HITS, dl, 1 WKUl Mi.HS,
Ac. A-e. e.
Whieh are are aelllrtf oat at CIsT to cUe partnerh:p by
Ibe li of J.natfT net, p.oe-. ile-e ariahios lo et barsaiua
will o well by fftrff aa ao earle eall.
Cap. ?nw' Bull lute. Merchant street.
1 TOE ODERSIGSED OFFER FOIt SALE
Bs Late Arrivals
The folldwin .sorlnirnt of Goods!
At Low Prices:
U 1.111 I'RIXTS AM M 11.1 XS
Turkey re.1 clr4h, ticlxi laaroa, Mue drill. Ktaxeil lioin,
IlL-k eanr ao.1 alpaca. aU tecr4.e t4 el-ih n.
Camera, hick-ry mrA wmirn .hire. ; BWMu:ta netlinK,
Torknh Ktli.n axel ctu.n Vockaboek toeela,
bine Baojela. jeool a. el .; k mrah handkerchief,
Nark, ami atfe-kiBj.. arSaleaoen'a alup,
Oalranlaeil Iron eaW p pea and encplmra.
Tin platea, Inx ' ml tin, .le-et line, knives ami f eka,
9mU t'm p k'l ka-res, Bne knire an-l r,Mr.
Mjnil'. yli-.v aetal .te-ef !3X and e-eneitii na'ia,
r.ntU,K. AaeTMraa aal Freneb aa4 le-a. Ud-a and aarn'a,
Aav-ri.-an Bralte aj4 lrt.. iHirlapa, udi.m, a..l lain-,
fe.rx.nr. neplw-rra n( lal, tvli'V dre f ed.
KLaek ac l Mo aeel clutn, ra.haaere'a,
t'uct.ej ,! aniori pant atu5. a-nhretlaa.
Irnry aa I he-i e.ene.. lvl"" u.mnd hat..
-nf. fc-:t hat, r leaf, vr.pp.nc an.1 pe.nlin papT,
F tlil eemeet. Are knri.. tlaekml:ha rneJ,
K..S' pr.e t-r, ae kmi auk tarrela.
cnrkbnlaa pttrh. hvte pow.n. c..,.l-r lmn oak Kwla,
llVAXA IMMiKKMlX ( IG R.
Claret, tibiae W iae, llollawd Gin. ( ham.
itc.Tf:rr. kxtua ruiMK rop.K,
VAM L'tiTt:i: J' .1 MEATS.
I'laalrr'e !!-. UmwArm lloeav.
I'e.l-tr If oil tf-tfll.
Cl'T A X l
C II K V I ti TO II A (r o
H noa kind.
D WllITi: SALMON I
a raak,brreU BA.I half barrt.r plan lal arel family a.
100 tons Anthracite Steam Coal !
A fa.l aaanrtnent nf
Hoop Iron nncl Tllvotn,
At 'ry i.w prlre.
amall 14 tf OKE'i'fX Si H Alt KEi SIIOOKS
2T ffrlm repevtfa!!y a,.",'..'ib-I.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
rfnenlabj, 5o . IW. IW It
I iiui..w " "' u-ing U:ssipatri in tlie nimoepnen-, and no material ., d. nearer we iret to de hub de nearer we ire t to J ""t " "i ame. r ranee is
!T, ,TIT."T-7,. I.V.C. IIFRX sultance found to indicate their nature. The theory I .-Tl D,rt which - " TL V W
II i , I tiled op .. ::ruTm ..pen.,. .. ao. .ued ! . , ,f s j ,0 llIt f , Hc J, h ft here on S iturd ,y afternoon at 3 r. m. for kv j Cot ntkkpeit. Wo have been shown a d lhc aiUs Mat8 artf
l.,.te.m,b.ra.ll.....i,apua. e. constitute a stream in ' nl I't o nt .Burn- n,.w fimil.rf(.u halfd.dlar. a, well calculated to ' . - , , . . - ,
"". I r ,...,.. r TM.T ' , 1 , "'V ' J C -f .'1' " ln ing. and would probably leave on Tuesday last, for d -c ive as anv thing iu the line we have ever seen. ! The h.sses and groan, w, h which Napoleon and
v .. ,, . . , , i TeJ'.T".:"p:,Trt,r r-7 so. ' f""rt 'f an "n,,uUr " within which they ' U purports to be coined at San Francisco Mint. It j Eugenie were received at Augsburg, on th,,'r ar""
... l...lj..r.l rl.n!r t,. - " in advance. liio. pursue one common orbit; that there are several : la"m- llu 1 C" t"e,, I IvhiU lighter than the genuine coin, but not so .1 ,,M ' rt tumultuous that the offi-
..r.r.ii.m- siichstnams which intersect each at its own period i r,v lwiV n... .l...i,or M,i Ini.k". ! much so "as to be readilv detected, and the ring is vr!i '' cnarge or the carnage in which the Fjnper-
Tfl0tv nn,l m.ocs' ; l'....r, rta.be. p-r .,er .t oo ' " "u " , , , , Iri.J. I.u,wn AWAl.- Tlie m hooi.er .fnnir put into Ka- It is c..nu..-ed otbase metal heavilv plated i or " l--nir.-sa w ; s.-aU'd deemed it prudent not
I.OOIS dll(l ,TI10.S . - - oo. : the ertl,"s orb.t; and that through each the myriads : wih.ie on Tues.lay last, to repair her sails, which .," .'' n.l
f tRI'KR'S M A A Z I N K 37
p4ete Iruea Um fuaaramnnii, U Ml
cheap. Apply U.
ft. A. UH.LMI.
rVnutiral Almanac lor lhJ8.
l'T ItKlKIVKI) A.M FOR Mtl.K HV
II. M. WllltNfcV.
JUST RECEIVED, PEU IDAHO,
From San I'raiicico,
IAUM KV IIK t.X,
UuUra Cat I, family Vluur. Vinct fnw the Milla,
tiraliao. Iloar, Kv Meal,
ttiM lluoiiiijr, Uatniral,
Caw. Tblr rruita, IVar.
l aara timr, t'aara ia.
j Caara lb on-,
C'vt'a OrUlioe, lluara Ouioti.,
j Hatch's Best Cream Cheese,
I Mediterranean ?(, very Dice,
j New filr.Mi. f'riM-h Cumr.l.
I Ntw Alinituila, Nr Walnut.,
j Caara t'apei , Caara alaj Oil,
. Frrah T4ora, Currjr lJrr,
I Itoara KinrforJ'. I'uis- ftarrh.
li-aca uiniwr Savttr,
Itr.t t'al. llama. Nrw hlivak Bacon
Near hiooknl Salnuin,
Tina Aaat Cracker, New CclCti,
Caaf and IWir, ?alxio Dread.
lor Salr at the Lowest Hariri Katrs
At the Family (Grocery uutl Fertl Store.
6rl I id By I. BAKTLfcTT.
alut ISeci'ived and For Sale !
IRfsill WIIISKV, II1RKCT 1'HO.M TIIK
cck-britted firm of
1)11 . Vll.I.r. A CO.. Helfiist.
A..lyto Mi 2m JAMON, ORKKN CO.
Just Received and For Sale !
Tlx (.Hrtung, from Liverpool,
fK.HT K.(;i.lSII 1'I.IMIIt Oil. C'l.OTII.
MM Apply to IS im J ANION, OIIKKN III.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOE, SALE !
Ki (inro'.HUK, from Liverpool,
-jrxn 'OOIK . '(. I'tl.K A I.K, M.IK
M Ti.LL'i IIKA.Nny, UuiiM-aa' llublin
stiiut. Ai..l iu
J ANION, I.KthN fc Co.
9. 8AV1POF, .
Tirr ?.ile hy
i ai:v ii i:ts.
raaiii.; I lKUMf;KI HAS R KC'KIV KI
' M fren Ihe liy-li-re-iplne rtice, iu VAaahuiotuo, Clutita uf
j the fc.lk.wi'.K i1.uJi antl reef
f Maro Href.
1 Gorlnrr Istatal.
I Liyaan I.UdJ,
Freccb Fria'te FhnaU.
i Mo.lb. JuhD.tuo or Coni pallia I.lanH.
1 . - n : t -
iU)Mr Ann . -
The whole are on two Ch trta. ixoeil in July, lv5T. fmm ur
ey a ot Lirul. tine.k. u( ihe aure Ihr at-bwiner . aaimur
! Caaprr. They an the atu.1 curreci i.liart.luni.u-iM.'e.
Ml if .-tTTM. WIIITAKY.
faolden Ca:itc .rlillw Flour!
i Bakers' Extra. Extra Family and Superfine,
Im l(aarlrr Sacks.
ITK. ARK IN KKt'KII'T OPTIIK AliOVR
CeleliraleJ V"tr, .y eyery Packet, d.reet fruca the
Jliiu. sn. warnniej of the beat qualily. F r al by
M wtu IIOLLIU k. CO.
; It OCF.K. ... F4lSlrrrl. lleaolalai. bega
to thank h frienda at.it the puMic for the i.uiueroa favur
cnolerrrd opoo h'.tn darii.i; the laat 12 year, aoj Jicita a cuo
tinuaoce rt aoch tavora.
Ilavlnjt a Terr lare Soe-k on haml. he la prepare-! to aril to
FamiUra. abd in Jobbing qoaulilit lo auit, at Ike KfJ tow ft
ll.MM.lulu, Nor. IS, Is-". IV) lm
Frcsli IJrc.nl ! I'rch It rend!!
I'KOt t II K.l AX A I B.IKF.R.
M m e
re are ww prrpanrd to fuipiih 'a:Diliea ami the l"uM.c
i'rrh Krrad and Hot Tra Rolls Evrry Bay.
TT Brea'l ilel.yereJ to all par-, of the citr free nf eharce.
6ul St II. t MclNTVKK A; HKO.
' BiiiiIo:i Salt
I.IOR SAI.K IX UUAXTITIKS TO SUIT.
IU tol 3ro . lly C. L. K1C1I AKD.S fc Co.
I'ublic rVolicc !
Mill: t'MIKRSIC Kl IIF.RKHV BIVES
NoTICK that, af er thia .Ule, all animal of any rtew;rip-
lin. or p4illry 4 any deM-ri4ln, found on my land. Keala-bea-a
-J, Nudh KuhaU, aril' be eeiied fur Ireapan.
OrjiKUK V. BECK I.K Y.
North Kohala, Hawaii, Nor. 8, 1H7. 6ol 4t
It A K F.R. APPLT TO
II. K. Mrl.NTVKK 4c HKO.,
Cor. Fort andKing atreeU.
The Undersigned, Agents for
JF.SSKS. II FIDM tt'K JL Co.. Kll F.I.MS.
MCSSU4. KLIMIAKT FERE 4 FILS, KI1EI.M S,
MR. AUOLI'IIE COLLINS. CHAL0N?rc MAKNE,
Are iu regular reeelpt of the
Of Ibe kbore b'uea, which they cOW ft aale frota ore
and to arnre.
690 3m II. II ACKFKLD A Co.
We Receive Regularly from Hilo
AND OIF r.K Foil SALE.
KEGS OF FRESH DAIRY BUTTER!
Mailable U-r Family and Ship' oae.
II. II ACKFEI.D Jc Co.
j Portland. Rosendale and Newark Cement!
..OK Ktbi: AT I.OVKT MARK FT RATKS
I'y C. HKt.W KU a Co.
Ftlll .HA I.K OK LKASF.,
Take Kotice !
jfiTll.tT TIIK l'VOKRif;F.
b'lPiil'i'J M lere.l lo Uke rll.MlK tmm lh- 1j..U
V J i.1. .-r eleire in lei...hi. eho n
BfKlaaMLaka. Ku.f Sireet, rata or raaTa.;. and .- upi
THAT TIIK t'-iKRiKI)
I warkniAalikr nannrr, and vitUfarrlna zaarraalrrd,
mi rrtara I arm ta thr JkW.
tOZZtm J A- L. LKW IS. C4er.
U ON 0 LI' LI' IRON WORKS C03IIMXV.
? A K K
ALL K I V IIS O r
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
(: rRiFi tm i. m u iii m.
Alan, tUm'.'Tm, CJer and fl.eet Iron Work, and all kirela of
ItllA.-.S A NO IRON CAfTINOS.
A l.er" aoek t-f Fip'nr. Ih-.w. Te-. II: mm A alee and
ik.. .-.-et mi, li-.er nie. lur ir.e.. A.i.ti.r.tral wire,
! -I:. ... T.i r 1
I Crrat arlrl af Harhiofrj fcaad Jl for Salr Law.
,77 1, lliN"Lt l.r IK'iN WiiKKS .
irei tiertH i pait l. the Moral. I.eetk-. K-lueaU ai of .
I'up.ia w. 11 fa'i.i.b iher oea I hamlT furniture and proetJe
f m w .h.nf.
Farther ntoatt"ei w.'t be rir-n by ap.t.etinn lo
Ml.-." I.VbIA HIMiHAVt. I'nt.pal.
Filher In pernn it by teller. tv cc
r.HIK rMO:itv(;Kl) Will, UK IMIK-
l"l II... OUVi; ' .41.1. AMi St'RI.VIt lo.upi-lr
BEST QUALITY IRISn T0TAT0ES AND
Best Quality Firewood !
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SATURDAY. DJXLMIiKJl 14.
Itepatrl ml Ihf timer ,
' Murky NoTemUr claimi-il h'ui .rrrvgtivp instnt-l
of tl"U'llt- tVy auI tnu'uj Lrcen-s ou the d.ty fr
which the !-irt.n Were oriinulljr fixi-1,
... m J.,ji,M raiiia ol-unr
lrue ihnaich the nimetii.c mkn- witb ara ami,
ftiultn.f up Ibe djj'a Lur Int."
A tjiticment lieeame iiectiwary, and tlie natal
diy of His M.ij-?ty vm very appropriately rIected
l7 the tewarLi for carrying out the programme.
The M-lection waa Jarticularly fortunate glorious
weather inaugurated the fotivitie. whiL-t the fact,
that it waa the birthday of their I'rince, gave a .-t
to the national element, which apart from the actual
racing, hcled to sustain their interest in the celc-
The Grst race, trtdters to Kulkeys, excite.1 much in-
tcrest, it being a novelty to the thousands assembled :
For this race there were two starters, Capt. Tripp's
r.lucher, and Mr. Crockett's Iliwaiian liilly. In
draw ing for Msitiuiis Hlucher won the Hile; they pit
oil at the first scoring, Hawaiian liilly iuuueliately
taking the lead, which otition, by hop, skip and
jump with an occasional gallop by way of variety,
he held to near the distance, when breaking badly.
lilucher locked him, but again went along, with her
I-txniliar niotioii, a coinv.uud of the dromedary
rucking chair and a negro break dow n he again shot
t j the fore, but swerving across the track directly in
front of Jllucher, the Judges awarded the heat to
C.ipt. Tripp, in the very g.axl time, for roadsters, of
"iu 7s. For the second heat they were off at the first
attempt, when immediately up went Hawaiian Liilly,
and a Ktruggle for mastery ensued between driver
.. i i . i : i i - . . . . i .. ir
and horse, in w hich horse prove-1 victorious, going t.ff
on his own hook over rut and hillock, left r.lucher to
finish alone, which he did with the same square hon-
est trot that had distinguished hiui in the first heat.
111 olll 119.
Tr. to Mulkeyai f tO l'urm", $100.
Capt. Tripp'., lliuehcr. uwier ...... ....
Mr. t 'r kill', lluwaii.tii Hilly, owner..
Tune, 3:7 3.11.
The next race was the race of the day, one mile
and reiK-at, being for a silver cup presented by ti,e
... e , .....
olhcialsof His Majesty s Government, with lo en-
trance, the second to save his Dtuke, for whioh there
were four entries :
Ilia Maj.-sty'a r h l'ai..3 1 1 Cuiiiiiiina. r h Turk...l driwii
I'efkiua, g h rttrangrr..4 2 'J.J. Meek, h iu Kae.li...2drawn
"They were off to a beautiful start, keeping well
together to the first turu, where the tailing com
menced by Stranger's taking rear position, which he
...ao.u; y m... to tue em, oi u.e neat, iv.a,H.ll going ...
front, lurk second, IU Majesty's horse third. Ti.ey
raccl thus to within a few strides of home, when
Turk, whose rider lor a wonder rode strictly to orders,
Jiot.t.ut and crossed the string half a length aheo.1,
In. o.'s, kaia.li I'm, Pat U.n, Stronger whipping in.
nheu ciulcd for the second heat, Turk, Kaiioli toi l
Stranger went offUfore the s.gual was given, ruuu'ing
the cou', Turk in front the entire mile. It was de-
e.t.. t i i . . i . . e . . . , :
c.uoi ,.0 suiri. ror iue aecon-, ana inirvi neats oiuy ,
two uut iu anoearaiice. Turk and Kanoli beinr !
drawn. It was a hollow affair. His Majesty's Aor? I
wuming tciA tate, Stranger urs Ukt, ui tu s, .
Third race aingle dah of a mile t entrance with t added.
J. A.t un..uiM.,-ir.l r ,- r..l It. S. If, h x lleriml.. o '
l api J. Mek.b(t;arabaJdi. WUuiuii Uraau, llrecze u '
J. 1. Howard, b ( Calch. 3
. .11. . . 1 r .1 1 0-1
This wisthelct conteste-I race of the day. The 1
, , . - . . , .
alashiug finish between Creeier and Garibaldi was ;
one to delight a turfman,
that h:vl Garibaldi had a
It is the opinion of many, '
rider who was content to !
r-it iu his saddle and not roll about all over it, the
decision would have lccii in his favor. He was horri-
bly ridden, whilst Cm-tier was jx;keyeil to perfection. '
J . . , i
None of the animals were disgrace,!. It is very uuu-
, , ,
sual to sec in a Vide race, all the horses so well up at
the finish ran iu two minutes.
Tl. r t...ir
wiih $To. a.lj.-rf, f..r which there w.-rr .turt. d
J.'T.'1. .:V3;iU'"'i wju' X
J. A. t'liiinniiia, M...tiin;hi...3 Jai.ua Wool, .Mukuia u
J..hu Meek, t;i. Uutkr oj j
It was ruu a cliptier from start to finish, and was won
.... ... . . ' . ,
by half a length in the very good time of Ol seconds.
J . , , , i
four competitors faced the starter for the Hurdle ;
M- -I - : l i. o r..-. l t - i ,
race, uuu luiie, uier si& uuni.es, o it-vi. u inciies uigii,
S3 cntramre, with a purse of !j?W) all off together,
and well over the fir-t hurdle except Holmes; he and
the hurdle down together, Holmes on top; remount
ing, set off ou a stem chase, to v in place money.
Not another hurdle was displaced, every horse biking i
them kindly. The contest was between Cummius and ! " drink or money," they didn't care which. At one
Iiowsett's entries, Cummius winning by his mual J house they told the lady (an American) they k new
half length. After the excitement had somewhat j the hadn't a drop of British blood in her veins,
abated, Holmes came along, but what became of the j Another lady spoke up and said the had British
fourth horse is still a question, as only three met the blood in Arr veins, and she was ashamed to own
judges notice : thctn aa countrymen. The men were, however, rpuite
j:libI?M ttt one huse, where they had the
Time 2: 14.
The Mule race closed the racing. Owing to horse
men coming in with them, all mixed up, we can only
give the first two, who separating themselves from
the rush, coming in with a Derby finish, mode the
half mile in o'.l seconds. Cummius luck being still
in the ascendant, the stable scored in this race his
Mule race half a mile $ entrance with $ added.
Mr. I'elta. I'afaaua 1 hahuila, Jock. .............2
Four other ran but were uol placed.
Kama, aark rare.......i0.oa Harry Cook, foot nice... 1 10.00
Knie-ial, f...l ru-e. ...... U.OU K.s.ki, Kreoe.il pole..... lo.OO
alter Unu.li, loot race. 10.ootKacha, w heelbarrow race 10.00
The Meteoric Suow rn-i. We find in a California
exchange au account of the most noted meteoric
showers that have occurred. Tlie first extraordinary
one was olerved ov. 12-13, 17,.',, the second in
I 33, which led to the supposition that the period
for its recurrence was 31 years, and it was therefore
predicted that it would occur again in 1N.T, which
proved correct- Kesiccting that of 1S33, one account
At Niayira the exhibition was especially brilli
ant, and no sticctacle so terribly grand and sublime
was ever t-f..re beheld by man as that of the firma
ment descending in fiery torrents over the dark and 1
roaring cataract. It was oliserved that the lilies of '
all the meteors if traced luu-k converged in one quar
ter of the lu-avcns, which was Lcouis Majoris; and
this M.iiit ai-cmpanie. the stars iu their apparent !
motion westward, instead of moving with the earth '
toward the east. The source whence the meteors j
came was thus shown to lie independent of the earth's ,
rotation and exterior to our atmosphere. As coin-
putod by Prof. Ib-iuson Olmsted of .New Haven, it;
c.uM not have !ccn less than miles front the
Tlie theory f the origin of meteors in explained
by Prof. Olmstead of Yale College as follows: the
meteors probably emanate from a nebulous body,
which revolves round the sun in an elliptical orbit.
tbe aphelion of which meets the orlut of the earth at .
the time of the annual exhibitions. The nebular
character i inferred from the fact that none of the i
meteors, though they fall toward the cirth with
prodigious vcl.icity, ever reach it in a solid state, all (
of rniu'l cniical Ijlie9 are irregularly disrrse.l
. . i. ..,, .. . ..r .1 t.. .t.
,! w"S """ k""!1' '" ,
nut brillimt meteoric displays lavur.
Hiii, iH-ceinlier '.th, ltiT.
Mr. FriToR : II. B. Maj.-sty's Ship Chanticleer,
W. W. Bridge, Esq., Commander, leaves thia afl.T
iioon for your jiort. "Pie lifliii-rs f this ship, by their
urbanity while here, leave with the Iic.'t wishes of
Sn after her arrival in port 'he American Consul
railed on the Commander and solicted some assistance
in getting a whaleship to se.it n pjrt of the crew
nfii-d duty; to wlech call Ceuimander Bridges
kindly responded. Why does tu t your Uncle S.uu
send o ship here ? Truly your. Hilo. I
NOTKS OF Till: W-KKK.
A Hist to Agiiktlti isTt. A ctirrriuu'kiit. who
J ha Lad ciiiistlcraMe eiTifnc', w riles u.s, urin
jilanUTS to j.laiit less lrralth of l:inl, anI cultivate
ui -re thoroughly. The thtsjry in hiiii1 aii'l a--lint
to every Wiu.l of agriculture ua well ad caue jrowiu.
He .ya :
I have ohs-erve'I iu my trnvrld over the L-l;H'l-,
frnm time to time, th.tt many of tlie cuuc fid. 1m have
we-ls ani pr-ii-i cattervl through tlicm, to an extt'Ut
otVu th.it, I rlu.ul l tltink, cuM net fail to le injuri
ous to the cane. This i altributol to the th-ticiciior
(T lalior, and hence heetiis uuavuMaMo, but I would
' iupt whether, if, wh-u llr is ihort, the planter
would not eoutult his own interoLs by cultivatiiij;
Icra j;rouii'l ami doing it well, keeping it clean a.-i
; well as loosened up by the lne or cultivator. It
, ."eiiis to have been well e-tal.!i!icl in older count ri-
i that one acre well cultivated will produce tis much
! as one and a half or t wo acres indiflcrently cultivated,
, The tame labor required to cultivate one acre utll is
t auflicient for one and a half, and if ex pendent ou
the one and a half will prolably product no mort
than if exN'iidel on the one, w hilst the half acre will
remain for auother crop ou soil not yet exhausted, if
but one be cultivated, so that a thoroughly cultivated
smalt farm will produce as much as a jM.rlv culti-
vated l.tr-e f,.rm. This is a subject of much "import-
. , lf . , I. '
mice t all planters and farmers and well wi-rthv of
their consideration. Whatever land is cultivated
payt Lett to do it well and if l;Jor is deficient, by all
uwam diminish the amount cultivate.!."
Naval. Bv the following from the Bulletin, it
will be seen that the Aluhicun may be cxjected here
in a couple of mouths :
The United States Eteain-hloop AfuMcai, eight
guns, nine hundred and iiinely-eix tons, arrived from
; the Navy Yard on Tuesday, where she has been for
; several months repairing machinery. She is now
: liund on a cruise to various Mexican ports and Pan-
, . ... ,
nma, where bhe will receive a draft of men from the
j.Jlitt mnj return to San Francisco, via the Sandwich
Islands, some time in Febuary next. She is a
' heautiful vessel in her model, and a perfectly equip-
; pe.1 man-4jl-war in every resicct. She took part in j
Ji - -1 ? e - - 1 . .1-
me cniei navai eiigagemenis uuriiig me war wiiu
ci-edit. unionist which mav Ik? enumerated Port Uoval.
Charlestou liarlx.r. Fort Fisher, etc., The following
U b.p list of ollicers : Commander. K. Siunwon :
1 Lieut. Commander and cx Olhcer, 1 hos. Swann; Lieut,
Uonimaii.br and Navigator, G. W. I lay ward ; Pay-
; master, O. II. Martin : Surgeon; J. S. Knight ;
, ( i.ief.F.ngineer, 11 Middletoii ; Knsigns, C. II. lSl ick,
; Go. Talcott, C. II. Stockton, J. K. P. lUgsdule,
! E MoKeever ; Second Assistant-Kngineers, S. Grngg,
1 Lewis, J. Lewis; Third Assistant-Engineers, .
' Chamla-rlain, J. lM ikinore; Itoatswain, J. Harding ;
' Carpenter, A. O. Goodhoe ; Gunner, E. Robinson ;
Sailinaker, P. Gill.
The Im'ii-v Gahii This fine shin arrived on
yU,UiUy , :lvt frul Hong Ko,gi UIlJer chlirtor to W
ltsA., L,1;lIl(J. slic is Rn Anierican buUt
TMW,f fl(rmt.,,y Ia tIltf Xew 0rleaU8 au1 LiverpKJi
J cottou tra(K au,, durilig the war Wlls to au
Ea,uh ,ioUSO She bl.jngs a of xcfy fine
scv. nuui,WPt m ,,,0, the Hawaiian Conaul
. . . , ,, ... ... . . ,
at Hong Kong to the King. F.ight were put ou board.
( but one Laj Thj, mililildw anj in very finc
c(,u,Jiti)l. hM-mjs appantly improved on the vovatre.
s,me of hwu are qu,te younS,and the horns of the
1 1 .r 1 . ...
uuchB ore 111 process 01 g
5n wait:U these vnxAUli.n
AU the aniuiaia are M
shipped to Molokai, as soon as the King's Yacht is
, , , , ,, , , . , .
to t,ie,u " boar.1. If protectcl for the
first few mouths froui dogs, they will soon increase in
, ... ..... . ,
numbers, and thrive on that island, though they
., , . , . . ..
would doubtless do better on Hawaii,
Fatal .Vcciok.nt at Haiki. On Tuesday, Dec. 3,
e.i ..re , t i . . .
i one oi i ne cemniug-.us, usea lor uryiug sug:ir, ouist
while at full sjieed, and severely injure-l two coolies,
rn. r.r u-liotn .lip.1 f i-..r. hia w..nn.li4 . linnr-v nfl..e
,, -, , . ,. ,
the accident. Two other persons standing near by
, . . .. ... , - . . .
escape.! unhurt, though the explosion sent the broken
r . . - i .i i i i -i i- an.
fragments living around the whole building. Ihe
Cl.ntriful, tPllV(s, M ... ,1V Wpston. -n,i i.,i
e --j - --
oeen in use
for several years. The frequency with
which accidents occur in the use of these machines.
8 iggests that some improvements may be made cither
to 8tmigthen br otherwise render them less liable to
, .-e . . -
burst. The centifugals mmle in England are heavier
lA . -. . .. , . ,e
ainl stronger, but whether accidents are less frequent
. , , , , . .
Willi f 1 1 1 1 1 Tr.. tint knnv n T 1 1 (r n ro t.nr fj.ur ...
O.vaSphke. Two of the seamen of the Chanti
cleer took a stroll up Nuuanu avenue on Thursday,
evidently half seas over, and called at the houses of
several resideuts, demanding of the housekeepers
frout diHr shut on them, and they burst it in, getting
in return a pail of water'emptied on their heads. It
ended as it begau only a spree.
MosQfiTOKS axd Flies. At some seasons, our res
idents are plagued with these insects, more especially
the former. But that Honolulu is not the only place
where they abound may be seen by the following from
the .lit of Nov. 10:
'Since the Summer winds ceased to sweep the city,
the flies and mosquitoes are unusually abundant,
healthy, large and active. AVe have never seen these
pests so plenty in San Francisco as at this time, and
many a good housewife is in despair as she looks upon
her recently kalsotuined ceilings and fresh papered
wails blotched with blood, or turned into whitey
brow n seas dotted with guano islands,"
New Prussian Flao. Mr. Scharfer, Consul of
Prussia, has received a print exhibiting in colors the
new flags of the Prussian Kmpire. The merchant
flag consists of three horizontal bars black (upper
most) white and red. The naval and consular flag
consists of a white ground, divide! by black bars into
four quarters, with the Prussian eagle in a circle in'
the center. The upper right quarter shows the colors
of the merchant flag, with the iron cross " in its
center. The new flag will be hoisted on the 1st of
A St'ARF. Two native fishermen were engaged in
tl.eir usual avocation on the reef, when the Chanti
cleer commenced firing targets on Thursday. Tlie
first t'lot struck within ten feet of them, lesjattering
them with mud and soft coral. They junid up.
hardly knowing what to make of the demonstration.
M,n to tl
icir canoe, and made pxl their
escape, thinking no doubt that a miss is as g.iid as
Kvemso sai.k. The finest collection of fancy g.iols
for the holidays, yet exhibited this season, can lc sccu
at Mr. B.irtow's salt's nadii, and will 1 sold this even
ing It embraces almost every thing rare and choice
a.Iapted for presents. Among the pa-Is we notice ;
some elegant Chinese fancy work, not often obtainable j
were torn to pieces in the heavy blow which she en-
. , .
Coiinicre.1 aner leaviug mi" port.
Mi sical Concfrt. The choir of the Kaumakapili
church prejx.se to give a concert of vocal music on
New Year's Eve ; the proceeds of which will lc de
o 1 to repairs on the church and its incloure.
Fossil ivory and the rem iin of the mastodon
have been discovered in Alaska. A !iiatdon
tu-k found m ar Behring's Straits, was 12 feet long
a.id l'itiihcsiu ciicumleretice. and some portion
nf the ivory is well enough preserved to be useful.
The bones and portions of the hair and skin, ol an
entire animal of this species, were found n few
t-.i!iri uiii.-.. .'iiilio.l.l.'.l in 1 1... ir.. n..:ir l:tst Imi.. t
tl. Siberian side of B'.iering Straits, and Are
deposited in the Koyal Museum nt St. Petersburg. I
row in snowing xne manner 'Government vvneiwe All nulilir- dcmnnstratiftn ', " ';'"' . . . V
t-i . i M uov,.rnmPnl "IVnse. All ptu.iic aimonstrations Ejution does not commence with the alphabet.
tal appendages nre formed. wituin the Mexican jurisdiction are forbidden, i T. i :.u - :,k . r..tr-.
tame as pet kids, and will I Congress convened on the 2d. and Juarez P'H smile of approbation or sign of reproof with a
KiiKKNr (ct 2A M.-nebU ha Micceo.letl in
foi nniii; a new (ubim-L A ICuval nc:iiiiation hu
ln-ru iKniit'il (li'iioiuicin ('aiibaiili, uiid dixlaring
that th policy of Fruuco uievU the arovul ol the
' Itttlt.au tiovcrtirueitt.
j Lord Ku.Ut.K.k. a youti I'u'.i.-li nob1e;iiin. haa
j bi-eu fur nome time pri'iichinjr, w ilh coiipideraLle
Hifim, a.- a revivalist.
i The French (Ii-vcrnuu'iit, lUs:itili-d with th
' i -My. -h-ncy t ihi t 'hu!i-ot rilie, have reswdved to
look out for some ol!n-r weapon of the kind. Iu
the lin aiiliii..- the inaiiiif acinic ot the C't"4arejnt band's. ICach alternate uu tuber will be accnJIa
w ill be continue I. j ricd with large pattern plates, containing wtu
giieen Victoria is buiMiug a new hous.- in tlie t l"rty to lift lull '.zed pattern.a. applicable toerery
o..tt:-li lluhhmd. m vcii miles troin anv i,!l-r
dwelling. JMi" intends it to be a place of n-tire-mciit
lor heiself und a lew select fi ieiids.
M t nt--.Ti:n. Nov. "JO. The (Government is con
centrating a strong foice of military lo prevent any
outbreak or utu-uipt to rescue the condemned
I'aius, Nov. .'tt It is reported that Minister Dix
has proposed to t!i. KtnjM-ror that the L'uited States
be represented in the coining Ceueral Conference.
I'd.. I--. ...... .... ...i
....... .... ,.,.... M ...oowoo.
I.omm.n. .Nov. 20. In the House of Commons.
Lord Matilcy s.ud Kngland had been invited lo join
the General I.uropeaii C.nlerence, but refused
unless a distinct idatl of action be proposed, lie
, thougtit a pm ticipatlou m such a t ..ogross would
;"!' tt,i1 lo rr..;nil.ilitl.-a ofKnglafld. without
; doing an v go.d. Neai ly all the memWi a w ho
,.p,.kl. to-nieji.t endetnned the cotus- of France iu
; ben.iiiig a military expedition to July. I great isold'u r and champion of the Union cause
i Lomiiiv, Nov. 21. Florence dispatchen state that j conspicuously in the foreground as the central fig-
the Italian Parliament will coiiveueoti the ih day j ure on the canvas, around whom all other Presi
I of December. K.itt i.i will undoubtodlv be Presi- j dential availables or aspirants are secondary and
! ,U l,t f,t u"' l'Plr brunch
! It is reported that Miucbroa has wxiltorj another j
; note-, severely denouncing the acilou of France in j
invading the Papal States.-
j I)iiatches have beeu received announcing the
i safely of 1 r. Livingstone, the celebrated African
i traveler. The dispatches show that he was sale and
well in April last.
Komk. lcf 2S.-The Pope in a letter to the Bish
ops says the patrimony of the church is attacked
and usks the prayers ot all Catholics for the safety
of the Holy See.
Hurricane in the West Indies.
I Havana. Nov. C The Driti.-h Consul has re-
i ceived advices from St. Thomas. All the property
of the Koyal Mail Steamship Company was destroy.
ed by a ternlde tornado, on October JSMIi. l-ive
steamers were lost, and the town of St. Thomas is
a complete ruin. Fifty vessel were driven ashore,
and the loss of life is very great. The destruction
i of properly is immense. All the officers of the
' steamer Jl'liune, and all on board, were lost. The
' regular steamer for Southampton sailed with ISO
; passengers, and only 12 were saved.
1 lie jlrroltl h Havana letter gives additional partic
ular of the dreadful tornado at St. Thomos. Over
$S.IIU0.(ili) worth of oroiierlv was destroyed. The
! loss of life is frightlul. Three hundred and sixty
i victims have been buried to date.
New Yokk, Nov. 21. Porto Rico papers of the
f.th give full paitieulars of the great storm in the
West Indies. Previous reports are almost fully sus
t. ned. On the island of Tortola the destruction is
lamentable; not a single house is left standing.
llin.lr...is ..f tie.. wn. of tl... snnw tim lost on
j the island of Vieoue. At Saiut Thomas the damage
1 was very irreat.
Meiicau News. .
New Yokk. Xov.21. The mM Havana spec-
n .1. AT 1... 1 A 1. a. .AT
i lal 1
rit A'i:triillJi Hits UITU iriiuriru U f 5UUI . UI
paring a delence of the use man' of the discretion
ary powers. It is stated that Juarez has asked that
the forces of Escobeuo's command should come to
the capital. It is surmised that this demand is
made on account of a large force, said to be about
j fourteen thousand, with three hundred pieces of ar
I tillery. under I'iuz'a command.
I The body of Maximilian is badly decomposed,
j and has been delivered to Admiral Tegetholf. who
! was expected to ar-ive with it at Yera Cruz in the
I middle of November.
Ijnte Foreign Jliscellany.
A new printing press has been invented at Nor
waik, Connecticut, that will print 50.000 papers an
General Beauregard writes to a Baltimore paper
that he is an outlaw in his own native country.'-'
This is equal to the man who said he was an Irish
man, though he wasn't born in his own native land.
A man , in' Maine has invented a machine for
i digging potatoes. It consists of a scoop made of
oolier iron, wuicn is tiiieu uuuer 111c potatoes, uioi
lifts them with the earth upon a hooper, on which
the earth is shaken ofT, and the potatoes thrown
into the furrow behind the machine.
Said Tom, " pince I have been in France I have
eaten so much veal that I am ashamed to look a
call in the face.'' I s "pose, sir, then," said a wag,
"you shave without a glass."'
An Irishman, writing from Philadelphia the other
day to his fiieud in the old country, concludes a
letter thus : lf ivcr it's me fortune to live till 7
dy and God nose whether it is so I'll visit ould
Ireland afore I lave 1'hilaniadelfy."
The new grass so rapidly spreading in the South,
called Lespidasa. came from Japan. The Charles
ton papers unite in pronouncing it tbe greatest
blessing in the form of grass that has ever been
bestowed ou the South.
London journal notices the certainly striking fact
that during the ten years of almost unbroken peace,
ending with March last, the expenditures of the
Knglish Government have been greater than during
the previous decade, which included the terrible
Huring the war a lady passing from cot lo cot
through the wards id a hospital.' was shocked to
hear a soldier laughing at her. She stopped to re
prove the wretched fellow. "Why, look here,
ma'am.'' says he, " you have given me a tract ou
the sin of dancing when I've both legs shot off."
Eioht HorRs.s The .V. F. Cull says that the ship
carpenters and steamship companies have come to a
mutual understanding relative to the eightdiour
system. The eight-hours for a day's labor has been
adopted both sides making concessions, which
means that the companies take fewer hours, the
carpenters fewer dollars.
An Ohio paper relates the folio .ving :
"An animal six inches long, with scales like a
fish, has boon removed from the stomach of a young
lady in Jetl'erson, Ohio; but another living object
aj farge as a man's, fist, remains, and canuot be
removed without an incision into the body of the
woman. This object sometimes comes to the wo
man's throat, and almost strangles her."
An Alabama paper administered a most crushing
rebuke to one of the gentleman who nre in the
habit of indulging in the bluster about fighting
ntrain in case of a defeat at the polls. It said :
j Vhy didn't you tight when fighting could be of
j soiiie use? You who blustered while we fought are
verv ready to renew me name, we w no lougni
while you 'swaggered have had quite enough of it."
Chikk Ji stick Chase on Female Si kkuaok. It is
reported that in a recent conversation with Lucy
Stone. Mr. Chase said : " Be free to sav from me
that I think there will be no end to the good that
will eOiue by woman's FufTrage, on the elected, on
elections, on Government, and on woman herself.
I have said this in public and private fur many
years. I am gl.id that an otbrt is making in Kan
sas to accomplish it. and I shall rejoice when the
elective franchise shall be as free to women as it is
now to men. I think, too. this will be at no distant
A colored preacher at the South recently paid in j
a prayer : " O Lord, be pleased to shake your j
creat" table-cloth over vour hungrv children dat j
t .I..,.- tii'.t- 1... f...I n-Ll .i.. ertimlis vour
I ..i..., -.....;.... nt iw. it,,.!.;,. ...! tt...!
led wid de crumbs ol vour love.
following illutration : IV whole ob Gods relation '
to us am like de vv 1 1. De Lord Jesus Christ am '
le bub. the Christians am de spokes, and t
le tire '
aii together -and
i p. ... ao 1
half-dollar w hich has been partially coated with
I quicksilver. .17i.
Nt.oito Sri i kaok. The question of negro suffrage !
j w.i submitted, the other day. to the people of Ohio,
i and thev said " No " bv 50. noil, and this. too. while
i tlie Republicans carried the State. , And now the
j same question has Ixt-n voted on by the people of j
j Kansas, who have also said "No " by .000 to 10.- i
Ooo majority. The question of female suffrage was i
! voted on. also, by the people of Kansas on Tues-
.lav. and thev cast more votes for female than for i
s lor .Maximilian S oouy 10 era xiuz. i me t f... i.Pi.,n.. l..,t;r.,l ATtr.r-t .nnii.ni -
a" X : :t 1. .1 a 1 d ' m. a 1 . I
nni cr:ir. at i ..nl a mnilinrr em
n. tro mlTia -e t M;U !,;us' -" n""' " "le Lrf'gion oi Honor, etc.:
h ' ' " " ( M. Duray. Member of Public Inspection. I5rt.0O0f.;
The New York hotels the past year did well. ; the Marquis de MousSier. Minister of Foreign Af
The Fifth Avenue Hotel is reported "to have made lairs. Imi.OOOI".; Marshal Yaillant. Minister of the
a clear profit of S 12 1 000 ; the St. Nicholas $1 10.- j Imperial Household and of Fine Arts, 2."0.000f.: th
nod; the Metropolitan. $loo.oim : the Astor. ?
llOO the l.rcvoo rt S t"0 ooo - the Clarendon. 550.- !
Odd; the Gram.-rcy Patk. 50.000 ; the Barcelona j
(SpanMil. S75.orii ; the Union Square. 630.000 :
IIaki-kh'm IJAZiii" ia the tit!? of Dew fashion
wtH-kty, jnblii.h.(i br th Ilaqwr firothfra, thtf
great Miblicben of Kew York. It will doublh-
"" Ain. ncan i.ubliCMtona oi tarr
I - . j . ..... r . i -
character. The nrfkHiMftna mvi :
- In a country where three hundred million,, of
dollars are annually expended for dry good, U b
trantifortired into articles of dreua, trutwor1hy and
practical instructions as Vt the tnoit taaU-ful arI
economical tnethiHlrt of fashioning theite article b--ccmi
of the preat-fcl value to American womeu.
The Uuzar will contain full and explicit infti uctione,
with illustration, which will enable errry lady
reader to cut and make her own and her cbildreu a
: ,-titire wanlrnlip. with & lurve Ttorlion of her bu-
i rlulc ul wrur.,i)f tna.le in u tatniiy. wuii in
necessary uirett ons tor ciitung ana making.
Similar illustrations and criptions of fancy suit
will also be tiirnirbed. These patterns will b
executed in I'aris and Cerlin. and will surpass
anything of the kind hitherto produced la this
country. Frequently aa elegant colort'd fashion
plate will be presents! with the paper. Practical
J descriptions will a
espeeiallv in vogue
xhion iu America.'
also be given ol ttia tasUlor.S
in 4Nfw lork the center of
j ri.RIH,x1 THK PK)n: KOK GtVKIlAI. ORAbTe
- jjke a juzyitlfr cagti,. in the clouds, the porgeoua
; anj imposing Presidential structure t Mr. Chase
; nnd ,M r5lowers has suddenly melted away and
vanished. From lis lurrvt.i,. its foundations t ba
; disappeared. The late emphatic verdict of the peo-
! pK. OI ,)l,io against immediate And ui.iversul nt-jrro
. nf:r ,a .in a word .set aside Mr. Chase aa
I Presidential candidate tor 1SGS. and brooght tLe
subordinate characters. Ibe Kepuimcan party I'.aa
been carrying too much baggage. Grant ia the
man to cast it off and to bring hi army into thr.
buttle in clean fighting trim. The people who car
ried the country riirbt side up through the late ter
rible war have their ow n notious of reconstruction,
and Grant is their man. The dominant parly in
Congress, and the Republican leader outside,
must tall iuto line or clear the track. Otherw ise
they will be run down and destroyed. The iVmo
cra'ts will probably concentrate again upon Gener
al McCb-llan. and. if relieved of Yallaudighatn, he
will serve as well as any other man to hold th
party in position in view of the campaign of 12.
New York Herald.
Om Fkixowshii. The Xne Aje says :
" From the report of the Grand Secretary of tb
Grand Lodge of the United States, as presented,
we gather the following figures, which will be
increased when the full reports from Grand Lodges,
not reported at the time of the session, shall have
been made. As reported to June 3?Hh, 1SC6, there
were in the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of the
United States, 2.S19 Lodges and 213.000 members.
Annual receipts, $1.7rJ0.13H 21. Paid out during
the year, for the relief of brethren, widowed fami
lies, educating the orphans and burying the dead.
I St28.842 Ki. As we have said before, these figures
will be increased when we Lave full and complete
returns. These figures must cause the Leartof
every true Odd Fellow to leap for joy at our in
crease in numbers, wealth and power. A vast
army enlisted and doing service under the banner
inscribed with the sacred motto of Friendship,
the Everett. S50.000 ; the Brandreth. $25,000 ; the
Howard. 40.000; the Spingler, S30.000 ; the St.
i James. S40.000. and the llotliuan. SI.O.OOO.
Ive and Truth, marching silently and majestically
forwrad to battle against all the vices that beet
j anJ elevale tjm to that standard of perfection
Uesiirned br the creat architect of the universe'
t . rp T e-:! Sn Vfavur'a
Ur.At I IT! I. JB . 1 Aav t.. a au a- a aa mm - a aa-
approbation or sign of reproof-
sister's gentle pressure of the hand, or a brother
noble act or torbearance witn birds nestfl ad
mired and not touched with creeping ants and
almost impossible emmets with humming bees
and great bee-hives with pleasant walks and
shady lanes, and with thoughts directed in sweet
and "kindly tones and words to mature to acts of
benevolence, to deeds of virtue, and to the sourco'
of all good to God himself.-'
Thk Bat ok Samaxa.. In Florence, as well as in
London, they are talking about the reported pur
chase of the Bay ot Samana by the United States,
and congratulating this Country on the bargain.
The New York M'oHd and the TriAio. which,
however else they may differ, agre in cordially
hating Mr. Seward have severely scolded the
State Department for its alleged attempt to arrange
this purchase. But the London Times declares
that " the station will prove of incalculable import
ance to the United States in a naval sense," and
speaks of the valuable coal mines, of the bay
w hich is among the finest harbors in the world, of
the " virtually inexhaustible supply of fuel for
steam purposes.' so handily situated that " vessels
may even load alongside of the mines." To ac
quire this for 1.000,000, seems to the London '
27m!? a great stroke, not only for the United
States, but for the world, inasmuch aa " advantages
will be realized for the world, by the side of which
any results of narrow antagonism will sink into
Several years ago Punch publiT-hed a spirited
wood-cut of two "hory" looking individuals, one
of whom was supposed to be saying: "Well, if a
haitch hand a ho. hand a bar, band a boss, band a
he. don't spell "orse, then my name hain't 'Enery
"111,"' The joke has recently been born again in
Erie, where a cockney inquired at the post office
for a letter for 'Enery Hogden." He was told
there was none. "Look "ere." be replied, a little
angrily, "you've hexamined a bodd letter for my
name. It don't commence with a haitch! It begins
with a ho! Look in the 'oie that's got tbe ho'&!"
Artificial Ice. The London Mechanics' Maga
zine describes a new and very effective ice machine.
It is simply an air pump fiUed to a bottle. The
bottle is half filled with water and the pump is set
to work. Air is first pumped out, and then the wa
ter rapidly evaporates. To complete tbe vacuum
and increase the evaporation, the air and aqueous
vapor pumped out is made to traverse a hoilow cy
linder containing sulphuric acid, which of courso
instantly absorbs all the moisture. The evapora
tion U so very rapid that the remaining water ia
quickly converted into a mass of ice. Four min
utes pumping suffices to produce two pinLa of ice,
with an apparatus which only costs about fifty shil
The Bkjgkst Grx. The Gerrjnanshave produced
a cannon which beats any piece of ariil'ery yet
made on this side of the Atlantic. It is a cast steel
breech-lo iding gun. resting upon a cast stecT car
riage, the whole made of crucible cast steel. Tbe
inner tube was forged from a massive ingot of forty
and a half tons under a fifty ton hammer, and.
weigh, in its present condition, twenty tons. The
difference in the weight has been lost through tbe
usual process of forging, turning and boring. Tbe
cast steel tings form a three-fold layer at the pow
der chamber, and at tie muzzle portion a two-fold
layer. These rings weigh together thirty tons and
have been manutactured, in a manner similar to
the tube, from massive ingots and without welding.
The following list give the particulars of this mou
ster piece of ordnance:" Total we-ght of the gun,
50 tons; diameter' of bore. 14 inches; total length
of pin. 210 inches: w eight of the solid shot, 1.212
pounds: weight of the shell, 1,00 pounds; charge
of powder. 1 10 to 130 pounds. This gun Las been
in progress of manufacture, day and night, for six
teen months, without interruption. The mechan
ism for working tbe gun is such that one or two
men can quickly and easily elevate, depress and
turn it. and can. with the greateat speed and cer- .
tainty. follow and cover any passing plated vessel.
The price of the pun. w ith carriage and turn-table,
is JI.ToO. or 150.000.
The failure of the English tea house of McMellan
A" Co.. caused great excitement in Hankow. China,
among the native losers. A mob of eighty attack
ed the British Consul and kicked and bruised bim. .
No man-of-war was in port at the time.
,,,iaJi. l'u',!d 5,aU's "ho,lM l'aT? rrn-lHat on
t!"' '" ,K,an f 1 P"' to tOU.Ct th U,fe: io
'crests at Make on that river. The imports at llan-
,nv l,y American steamers for the quarter ending
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a circuitous route and drove into a cato where no
crowd wa assembled. The noise at the dcot
commenced w ith the cheers of two or three French
men, who shouted "Vive Empereur! when the
vast crowd burst into deafening cries of "Down
with the traitors! lHvn with the French! Hurrah
A seat in the French Cabinet is a lucrative posi
tion. Here are the salaries paid to some of the
French Ministers. The differences result from the
11?. T .1 1 L ...
""- "vu .... . .rm.r h- .-.-naiors.
Marquis de Laralette. loB.OOOf.: M. Kouher. Minls-
ter of State and of Finance. 2StV0OOf Maeb .1 V..!l
Minister of War. 2$0.000f.; M. Baroche, Minister of