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FOR SHIPS' RIGGING!
CAa.V."IZED AND rVCII
ttnuH Wira lp. Ship. Standing K-g-girm.
Mm.os; wl OVaeral porpr- haad
and tur -oar -1. .nBr4uiJ pl." h-"a
IS -H kawa Maaulactery of a. 3. SEW-
' lldkMl Ml Tf D. fcllflaod.
af mm w an
Shipmasters and Owners
a u4 irurf w -v to Ve-s-r Maws. fcr't
UMM, an. MM ailvl fciXiS. t third
moll .irrairb. sl ' h,rt lh "fP'-T
2?- I. - . " change af weather, and thirty
esaerienoa h pror-d lauaease sprri.y ove, any
l; alhrv slad a It -
Calraalaeal Ha-aa.Talaw Wf -
j. S. HAI.LIDIEA Cs.
319 ! Ssrwwl. S Frtc, Cal-,
31 uoUtarm and lapuetrs of
a to kov.
L It. um.
K. 11. U.
Coin minion ItlerchantM
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS,
PROMPT ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN
I sU imimiimU sf Ittond FraOacv aad i4w
imJ .a. a reo,aird-
DaWirr, KiTTl ft Co. "an Francisco,
CJTL Cwll... Iluwattlu.
FOREIGN PRY GOODS!
Eaaxrwlal A Ileal i lra I
0SDEB3 TOR HONOLULU MARKET.
2U ami 20.1 fri'lrry StrrtL
M If SAX FRANCISCO.
T IX 23
....or me ....
ttt MOXTGOMEUT STREET,
RCSS BLOCK SA.X FRANCISCO.
Ia porters and Manufacturers.
Hear atjrara by TJ Staaaer. 8na at kaa priara Ukaa any
thar i!km. WT 0ob
PIONEER IRON WORKS I
Cmcrof Market nad Freeraont Street,
S A X F RAX CISCO.
SIASCf ACTL'KKU CF
Sugr Tanks, Fire-Proof Doors, Shutters,
Bank Taatlta, FrWa Oil a, Bafcoaiiea. Oraling, Iroa
Ftneat, Ktaln. -, Ae.
BCROXAK tyOr BA5K TACLT LOCKS.
Cooauntly mm baaJ. lone aaanrtnvtnt of F1ra.proof Doors
Oaaaas vaoai All Parr or tbs CoaJT aa Ulasbs
raovrfflT ATraa to. 8"3 'F
a. e. aasarLA.
trm m caacaaa.
J. C. HER KILL L Co.,
Com mission iTIcrcliniits
tiai and 200 California Street,
ALSO. A0I5T9 OP TUB
Sa Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Fart! aula r atlmtloa alrea la th sal and a arc baa al bmt
akM41a. ahlpaf aniMaa,Mpbltt.( wbalaalUpa, ajcgotlattoc
XT ATtt to'-lM Anlvln at lai Frarrlco.by lo tk Ha.
. anial b PaA"-. U r it t r Co aiaaiuB
XT CachAaf aa iUet-M -( W anJ auU. JOX
lUaartv C. U Im.iMk Ca.........
U Uacsrai A C.
Utowtw at CowM...... .........
'.Dr. R. W. Waoav... ...... .............
bbM. K. U. ALLas..
D. C.Waraajias. Raaj... ...... .......
.17. . .Ysmoilm
Mccracken, merrill &. Co.,
con.ii issiuw .ii i:rcii axts,
HAVIXO IltlKX KKiaUKIU.fll'RPR
am( iMMtnawo fur apwaetta f aeaew Jrt, and boin
Inemta-I ta a An pmnf arkb awtktln. ne are prepajml lo rrir
nod , of Ulnwl ataplea, ar aa ?ocnr, kUre.9TrwM. Pni.
CodW, Ae.. ha a-tT-wMjM. Cnnalannta eapeeuHy ailfa-tl
fur the Ureonw aurkt. W. which parwMxa aUentmo U he fojd
Mad aiua) which eaab adraneea wdl ha atade whaw rewrd.
a Faavm.e Raraaaaoa:
Badeer A Liodenaarnirr. Ja. FMrtek A Co..
FrA Itcrts la . T. Cotewvui A Cv,
Fkrvaoa, kWk.r A Co.
AlhtajALawte. Lol. A TtUot. Leuoor-I A Urwo.
Walker A AIW, A. akI4.
' fruii Burruct or
Oarden, Flower. Fruit and Tree Seeds!
Rewwlewal ty krrrf Slraatrr.
CRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS !
Or "t'tTABLK v.hHitrriE run this
CUaAtt, eoasprkwaa; la ail
Tit litnysl CoHrct'um ff .Srn.e f, fc foaml oh this
XT Ordera, by mail ae esnrraa, aenaaptl, attended lo la their
tar. Ad leva. ). F. HLkU'TAR. Feedwoan.
CH 3as i1 WaaAioetaa) street, t-mm Franciacav
STEAH1 MARDLE WORKS C0UP7.
(SaceesaneiloUATU A PRITCUAaD)
3f aaafactarer ! Dealers ia
JMARDLE CRAVE STONES,
" Mantelai and Grates,
COUTEKnnd TAHLL TOPS
Wmrm Raw ana..
....... att Califarala atrww.
..........429 Jar k ow at hirrtl.
XT All war akioe
FOR M S A . D ISI:
BKIXO OTS2R OXC TIIOL'illXn FORMA
Legal and BnslneaVranaactiona
n. W. HEXT, Cooalr-al.Ldkar.
Kl TWO TOLTMS UVT SHEEP.
B AX r tjSC13CO,CAUroBBIA.
r.r.-1-kT II. M- WHITNEY.
. JA.Tli:S C. I.IXC A: Co..
! Shipping and Conioiiviuu Mercliunls
i 44 FRONT STHKKT. t'ararr JarLwia.
' 1&7 FAN FRANCL4CO, CiUfwiiu. 1
noriB..s niiMPiox ploilms
Are lite only Vt.g'uh Plough. In lUe OtSrUl .ial ,f Awards of
i COLD MEDALS
1 At the Paris Exhibition, 1807.
t. & i iibwAiaD,
I1K1 T A N I . lHO WORKS BKUIURII.
PATCMtL AXI JIAM'ITAi Illi.M OF
CLaapica Ploughs, Stea.ra Ploughs, Eteaia
Cultivators, Harrows, Horse Rakes,
.! o:fur A'jrtrnA'Wil i;t;iJj.
1:1 ROM THEIR LO. KXI'ERlE.VCi: AND
1 (real fnuort-'rr. dtcaitttr. J. A F. IIowabd are in
imIIiuo to tapf-lf Africa (ural X at. bim-ry, fK4 obly of tte
; brat lctn. ut of trt oLnaiki it ia jMc to
rialooc. Tt;r aio ("T luaoy Jrmrt baa bern U mtiii:aciara
I lsiraaetrfs iHirh, hiht asuat efBont iu oortt, aonuM ru
: rcuooiBicJ ainl aturie io svar. kriaf exietkwve Farmcra
I Iheaaarivra. th-r kav fu.l "ff anil 'A tratinK ccrj tn
, cbtne brfure effcrmf it l tlx l anttc.
Cataloyar, with fait particular, tent pot free on plictko.
I LaaJaa OZttt I, ChrxiJu, I litre door frBi
JANION, RHODES c CO.,
Vlrlorio. Vaaxoaiver. l.laaaU
3. B. Particular aClrntion ibmI to cottaignoaenU ofdaoJajck
Victu(i,V.h,Jnur7 LIJ bcA-lf
. iai: : pi:2:ki.s
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE !
JjfXLAlCED LY VOXXOISSEUUS
CTa.o Only Good Bauco.
'I1IIK MCCKSI JP THIS MOST 1IKI.I-
C'lOt S and ai.txaH-d Corl.nriu bain( caaanl c-rtaiti
InWl In apl th aaer of - W nroatrrtliire faucr " la Hm-It
ova tntrrkir cMBuoonila. Um -uMic ia bcrcuy luforoanl ttwt
ooly way to mwe tL jmaiw, ia lo
ASK FOR LEA & PLRRIKS SAUCE,
Arxl la are lLal their ttainra arc bmo the tcrofftr, latrt,
tlprr, anil Aafe.
Biiaaeof the (nrrian aaarkrU barlnc been aopliel oith a
f purifoa Worcentrr.liire oo-, a-u the airj-nrfa and lalcls
of which ll iaiop of 1 a At Prrrtna nave been forced. I-ea A
fernn ciee notice Ibal they nave fortii.be! Urir ewreHd
enta with power of att'-rnev to take inatant rrediix arainat
Manuftrlurert and f'raaora of anco, or y otltcr io.ilaiiMia
by wbtcb ILeir righl aay be iurrinnrd.
.4j,-or LKA dr I'EIiUISt? S-ruce ami rt Xame
vn l'ro'ir, lilxl, li4tte, uiul &'upjr.
Wholrtale and r Esort by tLa Proprietors, Worcerirr i
Crtioae A rltaekwed.Lon-loo.Ae. Ar. and ry Gners and
Oilmen Bnireraally. TIIKO. II. DAVtl.,
11 ly (Late Janioa. Green A Co..) A true, lioootula.
NKW EIUTIOX. I'KKl'tltED FOR
2jL the Facifir, which every cuaatlng Teasel oucLt lo bare.
Frlre 75 Ceaia.
CU lm II. M. WUITNKY.
For sale by
Stcsim in t.ic i'acsfic !
X S6 O !
PERIODICAL AND HEWS AGENCY
For the North Pacific.
JJAVIXC 11KKX I'Olt KIC11TKK.N TKARJJ
Established in this City as Agent
tadli; itirrlraa and Foropfaa
IflasaziiieM a tul A'etvwpaper !
Knjojlnj Unrivulrtl h'nci'illi fur Suj-jJiufj Stb
mcribrr al 1 Cut al tcith tjrtnltr r"ja
Uirlty Ouih thry ran tJAni thtlr
J'trm-lirtitM Ihro-'jU any
The njMleraiirneil Sicda the coolliiivnrirnfle i"it rna re" of
kia frtriwlaand palrona.wao O IL ImT M-errd' with rutijea
a entire aaXbf.artfcjrt.OTra t. I be mrM auutrrs.
As ! T.nuo Bno w.ll be lalijr evMbit.brd after the 11 ol
Saaaary. 1V1A. KW Vuuti A.D LOXDoX PLliLlCA.
TIONS will be furnished ucribr
Wllbla 30 la 40 ttmjm frwiaa the dale wt
And al pricrs that borrly covrr Ihe com of the sabecrlptkn and
utwitbtaiMiinc Ite inrreaae of American poster. I ahall
CoMiowa lo aaply my auborribers at the old fates, excepting
ae lew of l.r anoe puMeiHa a. t-t thk Ue (.ml
haee beaa chanl. as audaevlrd in the (Jtoolua bat.
A diacoanl of 19 pT cent. froa the arbeilule priers will be
allowed, where oerr twenty fit ouilar.' worth of periodicaia
aro abaerinrd fr al one Ihko an-l poid t-1 la adonc
A the Americsn and ll.iua oataxea now amownt to aim
Cents oa a ainle puper. or $-1 li r anunm, rauwa bo Vae
herrlaibe ut-tained their f a.lxala by and direct Iu their ad
dm, will Bad Ibrir latrrrst lo oLtaua them Ihruub tuts
Paper UfllirrrJ Frr I'o-tare r olUtr tliarri
ia anj pari af t!i Lreap.
Fitch Mnlen f the b-mltne Maesirwa, kh. of lljr-rr's
Weekly. liie'a lllru-l ail !) iMidini NrW alwa,s on
hand. Fitra al a al ahMtt tiMarr U aliab men altd Irar
Subciiptioa Fuj-nblr AlnnyoiD Advanre
A M l.KJf .l X X KHMM lt:RS.
New York Herald. IVr Annum. .f OO
TnSone i w
Timn, a Ml
tUUo Jnwenal...... ...................... ....... b no
Keo-n Adv.rtiaer...... ................ ........... A KO
New Vora W orUI. I r-rllj.) avu
Lrdrrr. rVirjr Family Paprr.) 5 vo
l-!e lnutrtd rw-l-rr,rrklj )............ iio
llarer'a Weekly... ................ iwl
lUrprf'a B.r Iml;).., A tMl
Fon Franciaeo Werkiara, cmh... .................. ? wu
Krery rlorby ................. ................. 6W
w Vvft l'.rr Jr, .(.ta I ms. ................ IN
7nmn (lwun) .............. H OO
F-n FraacWo IfMh louif ..li Ml
Vslie'a i:ols--tf fun... 2 10
The lrh A oairn. .............................. A I'd
Tho ataa. scrki) O UO
The aarriraa A enroltort.1.... ......... ........... 1 SO
The sV irniine Amrncan. .......... ................ 4 )
Chimney Ccwt A lU
New trk werrr. ........................ ...... 4 CO
New York Eiac;rit 4 Ml
Harper. Monthly Ma.-aaine S 00
Atlantic M..nUly Mfiiiir.. .................. .... A OW
i.U-,' Wt;'. ..............AOO
labe'a Vlairaxine of Faahioa.... A 09
Hani' McrchwU' Marjiitr,. ......... ............ vO
Kcbretic " eM
Riarkwco-I'r Martiine. .................. ......... A uu
LioluO CornbiU Maeuier ? VO
ln.luo fcicty to
tUarkwood and th. 4 DritL.h yanrrlra, li 0
Lakia Art dmal ..! oo
R'lthernneof the 4 1'fiti.h tjuicrlir....... 4 UO
("..I W..l. 4 VO
Onr Vnenr F-(ka 3 al
IewnrrM's Msiw of abito A 09
Udell's Ur.r e Are 9 UO
All toe Year feoand....... A t
The tJUv (-nnwii I.I j ............. TuO
North AmerKon Srtef, IVtuartrrly X...... 6 99
Lnwlna Il!oraU-.l New.(wrekly.) f IS 09
Panch. (oeekly) A 00
M tv.pabrh. ' 13 09
Tlie Examiner I CO
fWII's Lif- ia London. 13 OO
Ixodnm Wrekly Times... ...... 1000
Uyd' Weekly New.paprr 10 00
fT All aanorriptwos rr iluCbi aid be dryed 69 cents
The abore l menprw-a Ihe br- of Rritiah and American
periodical literutore. Thry are rvruLrly recrieed by each
packet from the l'nite.1 Main, and can be aopplied oa
at-f'Wcaiiua. The anteraicd o ilaUoodrf by mailauy papers
au ta the above bat l"e thoae w ho may desire thru .
Besides the aboee. the bitlowiiie, papers ran alnays be bad at
the cnejnter oa lb arrival of cah mail :
!isiito Utmuuil, New ftrdfrl papers,
Forney's Pres., Ilixlrrt of Fan.
Oreaoa papers, I'slibata paper,
rinctnnatl paper. Wurreatrr papers,
Maine papers. Ib-otua pawt.
Kansaa paper. Co'oradn prr.
Aadaaoy ether, too numeioa. to (pacify.
The fndnwtns: are receierd b, F.spreas reenlarl. and
ally ia adranco of the maU. Tbe, wdl be luewardrd lo sab.
crbr by bmp. mil fljt yrnud. at the anaraed lerma i
Weekly BallrUn. .7 per annum
- Alta. T - .
Fucramnntp t'aom.. ....................... 7
taa fraacbw Weekly T:mes... ............ 7
9f. B. The aaVriwd haa an seen! In Fan Fran. iaro, ta
sreare and fneward toe nlm, pairv, abrh are orira pot oa
board alter th wwrh are am!-r Mil. wiiboal reeard lo e.
pease, lha eruaMiox ilrf . r in olrfaia their papers Bots
prnmplty than in any Mle-r nay.
i U. 11. WUITN1.T.
! - . ' !rC I . t i l
In thi day of fat liting, hatc t be rich, and I
Pulwiilizin vvvrf thing to tliliiiiaLleexcuciueut, j
gambling, liku intemjeraiK-e and lu-nti-u.,-ii im in
evfry lorm, is widely and ftnuIJjr j-rcaitnt, en
! tially in tlje brer cities and tuwuc, Irni which
! a vrj.-c arent will Mrt-k to i;e-i ti-e uninitiated
j youth ol Loth Beieu fax removed. Of gambling in
New York. a. the Ltrircft citv, vttt which are
marvcllourly crowded the extr-mes of every thing
good and every thing vile, an intelligent oTervcr
writes for a religious !cr iu Do.toii wluit, by
much jairtaking, he iiad disovcrfl.
New York, he say, literally t.wann withgam-
llcrb. llieir tmuitu t wi are lni iroui
I the common eye. It iii only ty deliberate and
i jcTbistent urj.fe that the veil which t-hroiuht
them can he lil'lel by In oW-rvcr. Hence one
ht lie in the city for yearn, aud, unles by a
I rrr rlmiu h woiilil iuitliine rdtlie pnninlin??'
- - .. . .. - - - - n 0 o
S bou-H. Until recentlj I knew of tbeui only by
j l-curniy ; now 1 am aj jilled at tlie fucLa brought
i tj my knowledge re jej-cting tbem.
j Among tlie ihoiuaiidn of gaiuing-housca over
; which the night r-treadd its dill, the moot elegant
I ami aristocratic aie thoe in rweiitj-fourth bireet,
near liroadwav, within bight of that moot fashion
able of New'Vork hotels, the Fifth-avenue."
i Thev are extreuiely exclusive for excellent rea-
! a. f is and no one can enter their doors without
being 44 introduced" as formally as it these houtco
were the residences ol our most 44 aristocratic'
The writer iTOi-ccds to deKTiln thfemoct faph-LnabIcgambling-jjLicc
all lair without, euui'-.-tuous
and beautiful as you enter j.tarlor. uiurt
luxuriously lumiehed, wiili 4 contempt of ex-
I4.nee ; then uiiang-rooiuH lurnisheu with choicest
iu(jduaiid every luxury that wt-alth can buy
What strikes you most forcibly is the eubdued
an cool tree ; ana uara uy is tue garni ng-buioon, ; wuUo easily scaled ; there are oUt) or 4UU carbines
and at la.t you are 44 in the gimbling-heil," with aiMi about' U rifles ket in the armory ; also, six
44 a crowd of the eager tempters of fortune." ftL.hJ iJeces and seven 32-iounders, beside amuni-
intimity of the thing. If you scan the faces ofjuuttl.e militia staff and families, about thirteen
the 4ayers carefully, you will see strange gleams ! pyMIcrs in all, and a number generally out at
shoot Jroiu their eyes, ecrange twitchiugs of the J night. We will easily manage it in one night,
musclca alout the mouth, strange tremblings of and here followed turticulars as to the move
tiie Land lliat reach lorth here and there to de- . men to of certain lucmbers of the Fenian body
jajoit checks Uion sx-ial cards. The dealer elijei j w hich are suppressed for obvious reasons. We
out a curd, and thousands of dollars change hands can numlier o3, with and -, nil true. Be
at sight of it. A flashy of wild joy illuminates l,ere as siou as possible. . Just one gunboat here,
some l;u-e in that eager circle of gamblers, only to J I am making arrangements with several persons
fade away and lo sueceedei by a cloud of dismay, j anj tuwns mentioned J to bring tlie bags, which
I.-rliajm, as another card is dir-plnyod in the glit- will c.me during the week. Wc can muster from
tcring box." j 150 to 1SJ0. We w ill settle and be at jieacc in
4'loseethe se ions of these men at their j about a month. We are sure of success. Don't
height," iny comi-uiiion remarked, 44 you should j excct ashistance from the soldiers and the bar
come at a late hour, long l ast midnight, when J racks, but if they do we will do tho usual. We
w ine and the excitement ol the game luive together j hope to have it settled by this time next month."
wrought their baleful work. It is not long ago AUcr this sontence followed some writing in
that 1 saw a man rise from the faro-Ubfe striped
of every cent he Irad iu tlie world, who sat down
to it a wealthier man thau cither you or I will
pro'iably eer le. He gave a hollow laugh as he
Iiushed back his clmir, and said, 44 well gentlemen,
'iu played out." Then he wijicd his lijei with a
trenibliiig hand, Kjked about on the comjinny
wildly, drew out a pistol, shot himself thiough
the head, and fell dead to the Moor. But the
game that was under way at the time was not
stopicd. It was only interrupted a few minutes,
and then went on um before.
Passing down the splendid Fifth-avenue, 44 this,"
says our guide, 44 is thcmist liii-hiuiiahlecuZ-iyi5
in New York. Its member are all gentlemen of
wealth and leisure." But a clulr-housc is not a
gambling-house, 1 said. 44 If you could jcnctratc
the wails of that houc which you cannot, for it
is a strictly private house, ord admits none but
its oan members you would iind gambling of the
most dct-pcrate character going on. The most of
tlie club-houc! of New York are little letter than
genteel gaming-houses. They do not play faro or
any such games nothing but tiic card games that
are so commou iu our jarlors, such us whist and
Walking down Broadway, our guide, points out
to us place after place where gambling is going on.
It seems there are scores of them iu that street.
I was then guided into a Irvto-saloon. Proceeding
through a long stairway aud dark icssagct, 1 en
tered a room. It was so lucked with men and
bovs that the air was ladfii with impurity, while
a cloud of tohacco-smoke overhung
moke overhung the scene, i
long tables, each with its j
pla3ing the game of keno.
Tlicie were several 1
crowd of play eis, all
No quiet 1 ere. .
Now it we crosa over into the JJowcry by way
of Houston street, we can follow a steadily -distending
scale of infamy in gambling-houses, till
we come to tlie vilest because tlie filthiest class,
in the Five Points jv.arter of the town. From .
highest to lowest, the stranger in town who fol-,
lows this route would sec no indications of tlie :
presence of any of them. Hut if he should iiufc'1
uimjii aii' given corner, esj- iall Veomer having !
a 4 giu-mill" on.itc-Voiig enough to lie ncoisted ;
quietly Ti'nU plea.intly by a god looking Young ,
i man a'so lounging oa the corner, lie would liud
that the good looking young man was the 44 ruj r-
in" of the ganiMiiig-housc. Whether genteel or1
rowdy irh in his demeanor, he is alwajs a very j
ruave aud pleasant fellow, is tlie 44 roj-cr-in, and ,
will chat iuimi agreeably. I!y-aivl-by he will in-
Yitc the stranger to step into the gin-mill aud
44 take something" with him. It is at this point
that a tctotaller at once balks the artful, rascal,
if the invitation to drinking is declined, he infers
that bis designs arc suspected, and leaves his in-ti-udcd
victim. If the stranger drinks, the two
are now acquainted aud on lamiliar terms ; in a
very little time he lias seduced his victim into the
gnuibliug-hcll, aud will not let him go till he is
44 skinned." as he term it : that is. till he U ro!s
ht-d of all he lias. If the man rebels, he will lie !
lucky if be crapes with nothing worse than a
S:oilar Coinciiikm es. Vesuvius burst frth
with fearful grandeur on the 1 1th of November,
as re j anted by telegraph. Seven streams of lava
were iu full flow at tlie latest dates, and the dis
play i- represented as most magnificent. On the
same day the inliabitaiits of the City of Ieon, in
Nicaragua, wcie siuitlcd by the sudden aisl almost
simultaneous breaking out ofa numlier of vuh-anic
vents on the Pacific slojic, and near the Iku-c of
the long extinct twin volcano of Botu. On the
morning of the 12th or Nmriulur, the Lland of
Jamaiot was severely shaken by two violent shiK-ks
of carihquakc. On the evening prcvimi" the
most remarkalilc electrical phenomena wcrewit
rvrsttl off to the southwe.-l of the lutrbor of King
ston, duiing a terrific thunder storm. The ac
count kivs : 44 TIkj lightning l okcl as if it
sprang upward from the sea ; at one time it was
f orked lightning, at another it apaarcd like large
lialU of lire rising up from ti e water and burst
ing with great brilliancy in the clouds." On the
loth of Nov ciuIht tlie Island of Port-j Bico was
vi.-itcd by a severe earthquake, and on the l'Jlh
it was rcieated. The great earthquakes of St.
Thomas, t. Johns, Tortola aisl other i-lands in
tlie vicinity, of which acouiits have Iiccti puls-IL-hcd,
at-urrcd on the l'Jih of November. And,
finally, the grand niettvrie shower tinik plai-e on
the 14th of the same month. Is tlie re no signfi-t-aiice
in these facts? In these days of progress
our scientific men slmuld lie able t 44juitthat
urxl that togi-ther " atsl study out a PatisTactory
rxplaitiitiiHi of tlie cause of such phenomena aud
tlnir relation to each other.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
irSTy, won. i iosTp n
jyiU rmprctfally announce Ui his uV. i
iSir"7"- -- fncwls a.id the public that he r ;
wiLii orpi:it roit s.vi.i:,
XA'vro 3lXzozxi.3, Port Et..
HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF
COST PRICES FOR CASH !
See Al vertiernent ia another Column.
The or.jert is lo rcdore bis vrr larse stia k in orl-r to l-aild
a new aud mre pajwlioui Wartboaae on the aiie of the
61 1 -Jia
Not Always Obtainable.
A DIES CHOICE rORTFOI.IOSa.
Mahiny and Rosewood Writing Desks,
K"a- M .ihnaatieal InatrosMOIa.
tHIanti'. W alrr t"irs, Tlienaaetrra,
llm twl I'an-krr rha.nl. anl Mr a,
NuaM-rtcal Fraavw fur Children.
On Hand and For 8a! by
Fenian Alarm in the Aorlh ot'
From the Iniloo Times.
A good dal of anxiety prevails in tltc North of
EnrLind witu rv'-.ird to the movement of the Fe-
j niaiis. A hir nuniU r oi the lower t.rder of the
J rl-U are em j loved in the factories, iron works
nuj j, f lti-bmllin: yard of the Tvne and Tecs,
and in eme of the pit districts of Durham and
Northumberland, and of late midnight drillings
and other tuch like movements lune leeu observed
amng them. All the garrisons and barncka are
n,.w rtii-ill I ir aJ.lins nn.f ffifr 14 nAt niifffi
danger of an attack in that direction, and if the : l1'!
Fenians do make any rash outbreak, it is very j , lalkat
likely a good account would le given of tnem.
Fean, Lowever, are entertained of ttreet outragw,
and. if such were to occur, thev would be almost
certain to bring on a conflict between the lower
orders of Pdiglieli and Irit-h, and the contiequenccB
might !e tenoas, itjudgol bv the tremendous on
slaught made uptn the IrN!i by the population
when an outbreak of Fenmniein occurred at New
castle races a year and a quarter ago.
On Friday nod Jrjaturday great excitement was
caused in liorwick by a report which was spread
to the effect that the Fenians intended to make an
' attack upon the barrack?, and seize the arms and
ammunition (stored there, it apears that last
week a letter which bears the iwt-niark of Bcr-wick-upon-Twecd,
and w hich was addreretl to a
certain rson in Manchester, accidentally fell into
the handr) of the officers Connected with the detec
tive j-'ice force in Loudon, and which minutely
detailed a plot for the purpose of seizing the arm
ory at lJerwick-upon-Twecd. The letter, with the
omistfiua of Tiameti and initial?, is as follows :
44 Dear : Received yours ; can make short
work of tlieui ; no guard kept at night ; barrack
, ti,,n fr ti,e volunteers. Xo one in the barracks
cvplier. w hich of course is uurcadable. On this
letter lieing received by the olicc authorities in
London, S Tgcant Iangley was dispatched to Bcr-wick-ujion-Twced.
Upon his arrival he found
that the statement relative to the armory was
minutely and particularly correct, and that the
formidable garrison of thirteen was the number
of soldiers who guarded it. After receiving his
communication from London, the Mayor, Mr.
James Purvis, immediately convened a meeting of
ti c magistrates, to take steps to protect the arm
ory. This meeting was attended by the com
mander of the armory and the commander of the
gunlioat, and measures were promptly carried out
which entirely removed any apprehension that
might arise as to any Fenian attack. The matter,
of course, although for reasons of public safety it
was kept as quiet as possible, eventually oozed
out and created a great excitement in the old
town of lierwiek-upon-Tweed.
Fenianism in England.
The blowing up of the Clerkenwell prison wall,
and twentY houses with it, is the most audacious
thing the Fenians have yet attempted. The cold
blooded atrocity which could deliberately spring
a mine in the heart of a populous city cannot be
palliated, aud should receive the most summary
punishment." This is not even guerrilla warfare
it is even worse than ussapsination, for in that
case some discrimination is made as to the victim.
The Fenians had a moral riht to release their
compatriot if they could, and Whai to take the i
lives of all w ho Closed them, but not to take I
the live- or men, women and children who had '
never offended th cm, and who sus.ieetcd no danger.
Tni occurrence, while it will intensifv the in-
iTi.rmli..lt tflf K a,-Lkjalt r-ulklillitl.l I -1 rltoorilr al in
Ml-llttllUll klj TWIlfVia IIUIIIIIICIU ID ."HIUVt 111
- . - 4
I, ....lA...l ... . . . ar.nnw.i I a.'vw. as.n t i s vera I A .
the Fenians can blow up a prison in the
middle of lndon itself, whatt.j.?.'r-l'jey not at
tempt ? Fenianism hzsr evidently lioeonie a very
serious n.vrAcr for Pngland, and the stamping out
process, even if successful, will prove diSicult and
eor-tly. Ireiand can lie kept down at the point
f the bayonet, but tho English iolicc system is
nothing like as irfect as the Irish', and the sus-
j iciisioii of civ il rights w hich exists in Ireland
would lie very irkstnuc, if not intolerable, to tlie
Knglish ieople. The demonstrations which have
taken place m all psirts of tlie kingdom show that
there is a itrong 1-euian clement in ail the large
cities, and only a few active, determined men aie
required to do an immense deal of mischief, and
keen tlie whole country in constant agitation and
alarm. It is probable that no mercy will here
after lie shown to Fenians, but this w ill but make
niaityrs ami bring forth avcngeif . England must
do justice to Ireland, and she will iind this the
cheapest and the safest coun-e. S. Tunes.
St riKRixo ix Nkw Y'ork. The A. Y. JhratJ
of Feb. l.Sth contains an account of the condition
of the ar of that city, in which it gives the fol
lowing facts :
Having gone through all the wards of the city
a triii of nectvsity of hasty strides, though Licking
I the seen league lioots wc will give the results of
our observations and inquiries. It is that there
i has not In-en a winter so severe on the tioor of this
1 t I . 1.1 . . . .1
city siii'x i.t-ji, uiio iidiiuuic to me sauiu iiun;
general depression in business and such large num
lers being thrown in consqucnce out or employ
inent. At the least calculation over 100,000 .eV
j lo who arc in the habit of earning respectable
livolilioods by labor are now out of employment.
High rents' and the high prices demanded for the
plainest necessaries of life arc adding largely to the
general suffering. Many out of employment are
living on the saings from their past earnings;
many are living on the credit given them by their
landlords and the grocers and butchers, who,
knowing their jsist character and honesty, have
no fear in trusting them, knowing that they will
jy as soon as they get work again ; many, hav
ing nothing laid up and being tot) proud to make
thrir distresses known and ask for credit, have
parted with everything they had jewelry, kep
sakes, bedsteads ami bedding, and even the cloth
ing on their backs to procure fod for themselves
and little oni-s. Visitors from established chari
ties and church missionaries arc gradually finding
tlicsc cases out, aud thus have prevented any ac
tu;d case of starvation thus far, although there
liave been well authenticated instances of whole
families having g)ne two or three days without
tasting food. It is inful to know and lx-licvc
such tacts ; to know that multitudes of industri
ous mechanics aud honest, energetic women and I
children, who have never knowu tlie wttnt of food,
are thus all about us treading on the confines of i
i During last month Mr. KcJlock, as agent ofthc
j Commissioners of Charities, di.-ti il.utcd so.OOO in j
I money aiming the poor, and aliout 4,000 tons of.
coal, l he niuuhcr ot lam l lies assisted was 4,H5.
This charity divides the city intj seven districts,
having no relation to the ward divisions. Mr.
Kcllock says that the number bcljd is twice the
number assisted in the same time last winter, and
as it is, if he had considered the necessities of the
c:ise, and not liecn limited by the small appropri
ation at his command, he would have given away
three times tlie money and coal he has. Mr.
Hartley, of the Association for Improving the
Condition of the Poor, says that were it not for
the lack of funds their disbursements would be
quadruple what they are. In addition to these
there ore a multiplicity of other charities and so
cieties for philanthropfiicand benevolent iurioscs.
It is difficult to estimate the amount of actual as
sistance given to our oor. New York is magnif
icent in her charities as in everything else.
AliW ST OK 12.
ST OIENED. ON NCCANt STREET.
Opposite Geo. McLean's, a General Aswrtmeol if
Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes,
DItY (iO(M)S, CI.OTIIINt;, Ac.,
FOR BALK CHEAP BY
614 Gin JOS. DAVIS A CO.
llND NI FOR St I.E.
THE I'l.Y -
HM-ulti CoU-etmn t4 lljrmns and Tune..
Great Mayings by Great .Tien.
Resist with care the sj irit of innoration upon
the principles of your government, however rpe
cioun tlie pretext. achington.
lie who tells a lie is not Kemfible bow great a
tak he undertakes, for he munt be forced to tell
twenty more to maintain one. l'ope.
Yirtue id a rock, from which rebound all the
arrows ibot against it. Kozlay.
Wrong id but falseliood ut in practice. Penn.
An idle reason lcsscts the weight of the good
one you gave before. Sw.fl.
Kducuiiou is the cheap defense of nations.
ive rTPons seldom read. This is among
the few truths which amarar the more strance tlie
more we rvdect upon them. For wliat is reading
but silent conversation! Landor.
Give your son a trade and you do more for bim
than by'giving him a fortune". Franklin.
Tlie greatest friend of truth is time; her great
est enemy is prejudice ; and her constant compan
ion humUity. Colton.
Costly apparatus and splendid cabinets have no
power to make scholars. Webster.
Books are the depository of everything that is
most honorable in man. Goodwin.
There is a comfort in the strength of love.
'Twill make a thing endurable which el would
overset the brain or break tlie heart. Words
worth. Tle troubles of the country couie from uneasy
politicians; its safety from the tranquil masses.
Agriculture is the mot useful, the most health
ful aud most noble employment of man. Wash
ington. Take care of the Constitution and the Constitu
tion will take care of us. Crittenden.
One-half of mankind are not born with saddles
on their backs, to be ridden by tho other half.
I would rather my daughter should have a man
without money than money without a man.
Ignorance is the curse of CvhI ; knowledge the
wings wherewith we fly to Heaven. Shakstieare.
Success in life depends upon the heroic self
with which one sets out iu life. Lowell.
Two hearts which mutually love, are like two
magnetic chicks; that which moves in one must
move in the other, for it is tlie same power which
acts in lioth. Goethe.
The history of the world tells us, that immor
tal means will ever intercept good ends. Cole
ridge. 1 had rather have newsjtfipers without govern
ment than a government without newspapers.
Wit will never make a rich man, but there arc
places where riches will always make a wit.
It is more easy to lie wise for others than for
oursel ves. La Kocl icfoucauld .
Censure is the tax a man pays to the public for
being eminent. Swift.
He is a fool who will not yield to reason.
Castles arc proud things, but 'tis best to lie
outside of them. Kuierson.
Every man is a volume if you know how to
rend him. Channing.
Beauty devoid of jrrace is a mere hook without
the bait. Talleyrand.
What you leave after your death, let it be
without controversy, else the lawyers will bo your
A good example is the best sermon. Franklin.
The Vienna Ame Frtie Prcsse says : 44 The
body of the late Enieror Maximilian was borne
in silence, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Trom the
chapel where it was first laid to the chapel of the
Castle. The coffin was placed on a catafalque
covered with black cloth. The place where the
coflin is laid is. covered with cloth of gold, and
over tho coflin is a black canopy. By the side of
the coffin, are crowns which have been offered to
the lifeless hero, and amongst them the imperial
crown of Mexico, the crown of the Austrian prin
" "V,? " P u ? "Uh.e- . v " ol
the coflin and around it the insignia of the onlers
?'l,rerml "? ,,e case,l-tl,.se "f J Golden
of bt Stephen of Hungary, or the Wl- J
ces, and the cap of an archduke. At the foot of
icu are i-iaw. uu u-iu-i iushiuu
which is very imposing.' is surrounded
a a a Y ' I a
I k T firtA llllTYaJla-.l Y.X'1 V t 1 la"J ilk ui rfia Sao It. 1.1.. KiMl
V ,nmwiv u. .Mi4iVk7 rA sm. VUllUVlilUlU
:"V' ??"arm n,,d uf the lxnly guanls kcp
iPiini'ii 11 r run runr isiriiitry i n i i i i"ii'iiniir.n na n
post of honor. The chapel itself is hung with
black, the scats and the prie-Dieu and the altar
arc all covered with black cloth, and along the
walls are the armorial bearings of the Eiujioror.
Priests arc continually Haying mass, both at the
principal and at the two side altars, from S o'clock
in the morning to 12 at noon. The crowd in the
Castle court is immense, ami the military arc em
ployed in keeping order, and in admitting them to
thecltapel by dtfgrees. At 10'o'cloik the Mise
rere was chanted by the choir, and at half jiasttnic
all the church bells of the tity wcie rung. The
jieoplc give evidence of deep feeling. Everybody
is anxious to sec the coflin which contains the
Emjicror, for tin; body itself is not exjiosed to view.
The refectory ofthc Church ofthc Capuchins, iu
which the members of the Imperial family are to
assemble has been draped in mourning. At two
o'clock the admission of the jnxiple was stopped.
The burial will take place at three."
The burial ceremony has been announced by
telegram 44 the remains were dejiositcd in the
Imperial crypt in Capuchin Church. Immense
crowds of jieoplc filled the streets, and testified
their sympathy for the deceased sovereign."
How to have a I.OV1XG Wife. A correP pint lent
sends the following to the phrenological Journal :
44 If you would have a loing wile lie as gentle
in your words after as before marriage ; treat her
quite as tenderly when a matron as when a miss;
dan't make her maid of all work ami ask her why
she looks less tidy and neat than when you first
knew her; don't buy cheap, tough liccf, ami scold
because it does not come on the bible, 4 porter
house ;' don't grumble about squalling babies if
you cannot keep up a nursery, and remember that
baby may take alter its paiia in his disjiosition;
don't chew and smoke tobacco, and thus shatter
your nerves, and sjmil your tcmji-r, and make
your breath a nuisance, and then complain that
your wife declines to kiss you ; gj home joyous
and cheerful to your supper, ami tell your darling
w ifo the go.nl news you have heard, and not silent
ly put on your hat and go out to the club or lodge,
and let her afterwards learn that you spent the
evening at the opera or at a fancy ball with Mrs.
Dash. Love your wife; lie )atient; remember
you are not iicrftct, but try to be; let whisky,
tobacco and vulgar eomjKiny alone ; sjond your
evenings with your wife, live a decent Christian
life, and your wife will be loving and true if you
did imt marry a htirtk-s beauty without sense or
worth ; if you did, w ho is to blame if you suffer
the couscqueiices ?"
15. XV. WOOD.
1UAI.I.OV DEMIJOHNS 11KST I'KARh
1 Uallmi Demijohns best Prari fl.iriey,
1 Ualluu lH-inij ilina beet TapHica.
1 O l!n len:ij!iri l'ure Witie Vinegar.
Tht-jc packae- are eery cunreiiieut fur family or ahip use,
an-l are all fresh and new, ex It. W. Wood. Far nli- l.y
tlG lin I. BAUTI-KIT
IN Tilt?: MATTKR OF TIIK EST A T K OF
Her late Kyal Uiptii.ra Victoria K. Kaahuiuauu, lieeeatwii.
N slice is hi-rcby given by tlie un lrrsifuel. toe wlnitntM
tralor of the shove nanicil estate, lo all persons niw in pasars
f ion of any of the real property twlor.giitg to suit eite, by
lesse or otherwise, and indrbte-l tl.ert-f'T, or may herrufirr
become indelted to said eatale for rent or oth-r imlebte-Jiir.a,
that all I'Syroents niu.-t be loaiie to the umU-rsiifur-d. alio is
tolrly au'.liorize-t anl empowcreil to rreeive ami colK-ct the
same and receipt ttitrt-for. All t ui are frtid.lrn in any
manorr to trnpati upon, or in any wise in'.erK-re with, or ex
ercise any control or management of aii etat-. or any part or
parcel IhrrvcT. JNO 11. lxiMlMi,
Soie Administrator of lUtaie of V. U. Kaahumana.
Honolulu, March 10, 1S. 616 3iu
SHI II iHASTKKS
a ND 1THERS KIIIXII Ttl SEA AND
Xa. want ol reading matter, can dnd a large vupply uf
Illustrated Ptiptrs. Mhjhzuus and Looks,
At YVli Itncy'i ISoolc store.
Files or Harpers' Weekly, Ieslie's and other illustrated papers,
for 6 or 12 months back, on hand, and for sIe cheap.
COPYING PRESS TABLES.
FVAKIOlS SIZES AND BEST MAKE,
W togeUier with
lx-lter Press Books. I'ru.-hra,
Oil Sheets, Blotting Paper, sc., Ae.
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Casks best New Bedford Brea I,
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Barrels Prime Pork,
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a from lli II vdn.irr iplnc Olliee, iu WanhiiigUin, Churls of
the following islands and reefs:
French Frigate FhonM.
frmith, Johnston or Cornwallis Island.
arpar Riro Reef.
"Hie whole are on two Charts. isu-d in July, 17, frinn sur
veys or Lieut. UrfMik .f Ihe surveying schooner t'ennimore
Couptr. Th.-y are tlie most correct Charts in existence.
11. M. WII1T.NKY.
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Itank of ly.ndou best Copying Ink. quarts and pinU.
Aroold s Writing Fluid in quarls an.1 pinis, received di
rect from London.
Arnold's Copying Kluid.
David's beat Blue Ink, in cones;
David's best Carmine Ink, iu glass stands;
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Xone but Uie Btst of Writing Ink kept for sale
By H. M. WIIITNKY
A atPOSITOBV OP
Fashion, Pleasure and Instruction,
JOURNAL OF FASHION !
Teui''" f Uou--M Uratur., original and
""es. Poetry, Novelettes, Articles on U.e Topics
f 'C ",,,DK Pol,Uc). "x,ks. Art, Morals. .Wtar
keeping. Gardening, with Home and Foreign laoaaip.
iU te'iV uumb,fr h! Journal have been received an
win be tarnished on appocation,
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M a 1 o 1 o ,
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Assorted siaed Cash Boxes, Bill Dead Boxes,
BiU Hooks, Pen Racks,
Slate Pencils, Lnul Pencils,
School SIhU-s, Scrap Ibmks,
llerlMtriuma, Twine Boxes,
MoUled T ine, Tooth pkkl
Suerior Plain Cap Paper,
Superior ruled cap paper, v
Superior plain letter paper.
Superior ruletl letter pafier,
Assorted note paper, Bill bead paper
Setts Chess men.
Checkers and dice, .
Assortel sixed blotting pads,
Gulla erclia pen lildt-rs,
W aahingtor Medallion pen?,
Fairchild's suieriir goM lena.
Ivory pafier holders.
Fant-y paH-r holders,
Wi-stonliolni's Penknives, Charlton's mucilage,
OtiUa percha bands, Laue's rulers.
David's black, blue and carmine inks. Maynard t Noyes' kit-
Arnold's inks, assorted sii'-s.
Assorted ink stands, Asaorted pen cleaorrt
Photographic Alliums, l'n.M-ller ieiicil,
PeiH'il leads. Crayons.
A fin assortment of BlmJc Hitolcs. . '
Cliolte assortment uf Envlojes,
JZrchaiHje Hooks, Jicccipl Hooks.
J inn"s parchment Lt-tler Looks,
Cup and Letter Clips and lilts.
Letter and iitrtl Wallets.
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