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DY ADAMS & WILDER.
evictixc SAI..G !
Elegant Framed Pictures,
Tlii Saturday livening,
KOV. 2lat, AT 7 O'CLOCK,
AT SALESROOM OF ADAMS Jt WILDER,
WILL BE Of FEREI
Beautiful Framed Pictures, Books, &c, &c
C7For Particulars, see the pre
AT At'CTIO. !
Dry Good, Hardware,
Saddlery, Whalemen's Slops,
TE.1, IiO.Yl COFFEE, IM1NTS, OILS,
ON TUESDAY, : : : KOVEKBEE 24th,
At 10 O'clnck. A. M-. at Sales Room,
irr WILL StLL JT PUBLIC JVCTlO.r,
On LiWml Trrp.
A CHOICE LOT OF NEW GOODS
At abort. Ine'tJiilnx wane
'Wlia.lemeii Slops I
Te wha-hwe Inelte the attratica of Whaling- Captaine, an. of
tbe traite generally.
Sanple Lwt will IVJtUflT W Said.
ADAMS Jc WILDER.
0JI THURSDAY EVENING. NOV. 26th,
At 7 "clock P. !, at Satea Rnma.
iriLL bi: sold j LARnr. y t'jmco assort
.vt.t r or
El Llc Anitra!.
Fartieabtr by rutnr alrrriMnea:a and fmatcra.
i:t:;i i.ai; koo.u sale.
ON FRIDAY, : : : : NOVEMBER 27th,
At 10 uVlwk A. l . a Saka R-k.
An Asst. of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
: NOV. 27th,
Al the Aartioa Rnmt of A Ian ic WiLlr. will be f.
hwin(t v aiiitthl Real Eatat, K r
3 Kafo Pnlehei anil tine Home Lot.
At Kaliiapilaw f.n KalwUma), cant liniaj 8 fatboata, (aboot
lhr-(ini'tha of ao acre.)
Also, One Tract near the Government Road
Inclta-ting eerl Kiln Patchr. very a-i ear taenotly titualrd.
anil ontinmt 61-loO'h. of an acre. k-Hn ib n-yrrxy of ih
tatate "1 Kaamanwian. HeaI. .rwt ,M Sy nrttT ( the beira,
Kauot JIal.-an ioa aAi Cape li ro (Kape 11. .)
Till CwwU-TrraMa Caata.
ON SATURDAY, : : : : : DEC. 5th,
At li -'stock noun, on the Pmnfeee,
rttM BE SOLD JT PUBLIC JUCTIOV,
The House and Lot on Uaanakea St.
rWmarty occupied by J. MITCHELL.
ADAMS k WILDER.
FAMILY GR0CERY& FEED STORE
U2W GOODS ZJOW LANDING
BISK rTII.IIEL.H I.," DIEE1T FROM ErCOrF.
QISEH BEST W EST P II A LI A HAMS.
Kegs Superior Crushed Sugars,
Frvatt Corrants, In 14 lb and 7 B Jua,
Beat 5alerataa, io Iw lb jar.
Beat Carw. Soda, in lO'.fc va.
Enttiflh Table S-Jt, In lava,
Scotch Oatmeal, la 2 lb tins,
Caee Carry Powrler.
Caea Fa, in gluaa natural l af.
Caaea Raapb-rry Jam. la X lb it one J tr.
Caere Strawberry Jam. in 1 lb atone Jtra.
Caaea EnIih Moatard. in half tt) botLlea,
Tina ImH Satmee, 7 lb each.
Tine Freah Citroa Peel, 7 E each.
Tina Freah Lemon Peel, 1 lb each.
Tina Preaerved Kincvr, 7 tb each,
Tlaa En!b llerriua.
Ail laoilinf in fine 't, ami tat at Lovrat Rates by
VJ) lm I. BART LETT.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS!
Toino?-iti? Iiicln-iti2' !
IS X , O O O -
j I IIERERr Or l'ERTIIESI I
21 03TE THOUSAND DOLLARS !
The fullivalion of Sra Inland CoKon
13 THIS ftBOCr. AX FOLLOWS:
1 T any perwm. aarle. tr rtnt. who, ditrtoe the year
IMlf, (row tlw tmrfm trap nl Pi l.laikl t'Kt.iO, rnftH U
te ant b-M ! 2i aalee of 4UQ faul eara mt ciooe'l ccioo.
e i. e)iu tieat In I C-t.,r ;y T,0i potuvta In the a-e-1),
Wul pay the nut of
Five Handr'd Dollars in Gold !
? To the perauo. nat ae wrtaner. whn, ilarlna the year
mw in net larx-. rrnf -f fe ,Im i niton, if not
b-M than 13 ralea MO pimalt -.-b. or t e ennilent iri eit
C ttn (ty l.ne pmin.t m the ae.i, I will yf the fan oj
Three Hundred Dollars in Cold Coin!
3 Ti the peroa. aatiee oe CwWn.e wh. dnrtnt thw year
1U. ro f ha Ihinl tir-t er"p of fV l.ltml t'ntnt. If 0"t
I"" than U h.i- nf 4)i) prataJa earh.or If. eiiivaienf la aeeil
l"t!no I y 1-J.rxa) fmn-n sf tr'- Ct"), I wul pay the aumof
Two Hundred Dollars in Gold Coin !
Tie nnle envli(i..ii annev I n Ih- ahne elf ra. wAica mr9
an. a arw that th Coiton ahall be Hawaiian crown, a
'ir merrhaniahl- mr l.-U of the ,tawl variety. t be ac
cBtm a. aai h, anl pun-havt by tht ib rlTi at enrreat
trier pmnlei u, tank. a. flr.1 unaj ty i arvt that IV- claim
ana nf the tinea affi-r.it .hall ha- aetaa'ty roltiratni an4
Jfiwa lha Ciittim, aril BoC pureha! any Bart of it foots other.
n "f I mftC. atiafa-tiry fttnt wt'.l aw rH'iiri.f.
Tiv.nlT-r will mmaia nin till l-rmb-r Jl. laei
J't'y. I. cv-:, II. u. WU1TXET.
Xa of the Sand
wich I slancls.
TUB o.T CORRMT Mll'OI' THESE
a laiaaile la thai of the t . H. Epnenx W.jtritum, pnt
n k th- American imnnnn(. F.ry farmer who awne
" rfmnii. e.ry eap tin who enmniaru'a a coacer,er.
V V w int t. flwl eoer-et aamea aol iliatancea, an4
' -ni.ln:w, w do diraa lo bw coated ap tvhoot live rwp
bnjua peaww, , M u,
A be e wt, yr-xw t.O rarn.
For aalw at the BOOK FTP ft C.
A Book which should be in Every Library
linnnvc nnrunv miTiAVinv
a.iuiiL 113 11.1 II .111.1.1 l
r0THXXC AROIT 20.000 HAWAIIAN
V w,le, Uk toallsh aitfn.tcatiao. an4
EasntB-ILtwAi., wfAbalarj, mud fhraaalojdfal
Tale f nitsrIAl ttrat.
- - . . .a. aaa a a v . .
lCfc5 ""n4 In afMn. ..00
I ftuniaj in Half Mmeeo, . . . U.Utf
1 1 a!. k tr r u hitv rv I
VulwiU Wvrk can I ulAained it London of
Measea. TIL'ftfft a f r
ma fa 'V
Mesara. BARNES k Co., John St.
ALSO FOR SALE.
r,mi nawaUta nd FajlUh pfcrsie Bk
BY C. S. BARTOW.
SATURDAY, : : : : NOVEMBER 21st,
AT 13 O'CLOCK SOOIf,
Is front of tlx Oil C stoat Ilea-, will be ekl at FcH Aoo
o, fir axi co account of waen It may cofverB, the
Wreck of the schooner " YETTE.
With ImS Anchors snt Chain, a she now lies at Motoava,
Kanai. A too, in UiUf.luiu, 3 Sails and 1 BuaL
i:l:-i i.aii siu; day.
ON WEDNESDAY. : - - - KOV. 25th,
At 10 O'clock. A. M . at f alea flora,
Wtlt he .
A LAaOE ASSORTMENT OF
Oencrnl -llcrcliwiiiclisc !
1 Iavty'a florae.
1 Silver Mount-.! Gig".
1 rpoUb Sa1dlv.
SALE AT riCLIC AICTIO.V.
TILL BE SOLO AT IM'flLir AITTIOX,
f Cah io hand, co ih frtmir at W invito ' Bakery,
On 2I0NDAY, Nov. 20, at 10 o'clock, A.K.,
tiy C. S. Birtow, Aurtionetr,
th followinj prnfvrty, d:triDrd un.I'r the U fr the py
vient of t'iUr t&'jCiCha' rent due the under. tiicl rrm a.il U.
1 W rttine dek. 4 Lotties t fruit. 3 bottle ffrnoml fprr, CI !
ks tuffar, I K armroot, 1 tobacco eotier, 1 cl'jck 2i tcur. j
1 ealemtar, 1 Urc acalea l Utfxnj coooter, 1 .mall aralea and I
eiichta. tmg htick wheat fiir. 3 rhaim. 3 k i-rtju-re iil lamp. '
1 V r-tri'efiter'a to4a. i hivuit roller. 4 t-a-ici. 1 t"h, 1 ateel- j
yanl. 1 braa. kettle. '1 treai Iroasha. 1 gallon memaure and t I
tin iya. 1 breal bx. 1 H hike ft Ure, 1 I t bike pnna
amall. 1 lot firearooil, 1 hand cut. 3 on, am aud culk-t, 2
hovel. Scbarroai eonlrr. 3 yrat luha, 1 rrohiiiie brush. 1
baket'a om (to te reiLovcil within ooc week aflrr aale), 1 tut
of .andriea, 'I brootsy.
M A ROBERT LETT.
STEAM E fTkiTaU E A
m m vrimT
ill itU0 11Ui.
On Wednesday, the 2d day of December,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NKN.
FfallK l'M)K.RSf:.KD WILL SELL AT
1 t'L BLIC Al LTiOM, at btr W barf.
TIic Hawrtiinii Slranicr ' Kil.uica,"
414 TONS PER REGISTER.
W iih a:i ber rncinea. Bi.ilrra. Tackle. At-iaitrt and Ad
I parienance. ,he wdi arrive on the I4tf of Novreoher, after
euoplefinft a twelve mnntha cowiact with the Hawaiian Uov
l pfiile and witboat rr. F rar?icular apply tt
4o at C. llAKT'MV, Aocu-firrT.
IIesiut Fsiticj' Articles.
ON SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 5th,
At 7 O'CVark P. M.. at lU Room,
Will be aff-.red at PoMie Auction, a Choice S .lection of
IH ADLr. ISEI1 L .1 iD OCX i.MLWT.lL AUTH LIN,
To whk-h the atur.lioo of Ivli-i la rrepectfalty aoliriteil,
r.ronie ami Marble Statcettee cfa variwy nf aty!e, cnotain
(n ln-!trKf. Watch l:aml. ec; Laities' Work Hoar. Itrge
ard aoialt, furr.i-tet wita all n-cary artii-lea f .r fewiuc ;
latiliea' fanvy P'rt-wvrai. Picnic Itvkel cocnpletr. Perfume
bottle In liosea. namtimcne nn. f: lhr Rack. Ui-ntlemea'a
Arte Leather Traveling I mtrf ll starvlf, Napki'i ltin.
fancy epecta laaea, fancy Jlottiea. fbot.jvraploc Alhuni,
1 lh"t"i at.ic MutH-al Album. I'urtable W riling CavM, Ki.iw
Bukela, CUU ManMUa. Alao,
A Superior Lot of Toys and Dolls,
Tiro iLiyitr!' Rifiril.
XT ?atee Room open tie lipction rf Guoila oo Fatunlay
morning, txceinber 6cb, at 9 o'cPuk.
ON SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 12th,
Will be I1
A Vrrj Choice Sclccliou of Articles.
DIRECT FROM L0XD0X AXD PARIS t
Reerlvrd per Bark Carrtaaif.
Just Eeceived, Per D. C. Murray ! j
Host Columbia Ilivrr Snlmon.
JtCKEO IN SPRING OP I SOS. FOR f ALE
by t661 &.) IIOLLI4 570-
B ILLED fx CO.
KJ for aale by
'CALIFORNIA TABLE KRI IT!
In caaea. Fcr a by (dol 6'.)
rtULLtS A CO.
Hubbuck's Patent Zinc Paint.
FflHE BEST ARTICLE I.MI'OHTEI)
the kio.l. Foruicby
B0LLES k CO.
EST ENGLISH BOILEO
A I N'T Oil
bulled k co.
For aale by
iPIRITSUF Tt'Rl'ENTINE OR 9 A LB BY
TIOLLES k CO.
jALP AND QI.1RTER BARRELS
Eoston Family Pork, per Iolani.
For rah: by (651) B0LLE4 k CO.
COO FIS II PER IOLANI.
M-M lur sale by
(il) BOLI.E5 if CO.
WW I" NT'S II A NOLEIf AXES BIST
A M For sale by the caae or retail.
ILLES Jc CO.
OS E NO LE V E M EXT-T II E G EN V I N E
NEV LT OF WHALEMEN'S OARS,
j it reo ired. per CKTLOy. For sale br
44 lm ROLLED k CO.
IX I'U KI.E-FOK MALE BV
BoLl.li k CO.
American Beef and Pork,
X NI-FOR SALE II V
. 64 ln
tlOLI.W k C.
Dread in Dond.
IN V II LEM EN'S 'ASKS-F0B
(! lm) BOLLE5 k CO.
and aale t y
7 Cat lm
BOLI.M Jc CO.
4 SMAI.LLOl OF M FKRIOR HI
. LIT V
for aV- b
IfUlW A CO.
PER IDAHO AND 9. C. MURRAY!
ISES or C A I. I F O R N I A II A M S,
ftvi ef Califirnia Hacoo.
laara rf Caiif rria mck'd T-eef.
cares of prksi:rvi:i 3h:ats,
Roast Beef. &t cal. KaK Mctton, Beef hesii, Ssasase
Mat , Roat IIkI-h. F.at lork-y.
Cafe nf T tw-.ato Ketrtap.
f'aa't i t Co.!4h.
C'aMa of Ca'-fenta (tntnat.
rm of Clam. In I t lira.
Casea -f Oren Com, la 1 b tint,
CaS of Ullte I hi,
Caa of Green Fext,
Caaea of Meraront aa-t Vermieel'i.
Caaea t t Preserved Falmoa, 1 and 2 Si tins,
EbU. of Vt alnuta.
Lois, cf Aloion-ls.
Iruaia of Citron Fe.1.
Bl-ta. Z.tnte Corranfs.
Caw California, Lar J,
Q,r. and hi bis. Malaga Raisins,
II.ih of California Potatoes!
Cldea Cate Cakrr I itra Hoar,
tuldm Cale i:tra Tamilj Ilocr.
Tin of CrncUorai,
Coosting of Suvia. Milt. Wine. Water, Ikwlun, Picnic. Water,
aikl Jrony Lin-1 Crarkrrs.
TOR SALE UiW AT
II. E. 3IcINTYRi: Ac IIIUI'S,
WHITE. BFFF.fAXAKV ASP COLO EN.
of all six-., frocn the celebrated manutactory of Peter C.
Jones A S o.
Joat receireil per loUnl, and f--r tale by
Ail laa II. 51. wnrrxET.
WlTer Tor Sale,
COLIEV GATE EXTRA t'LOl'K,
t-Hea Jatr 3wrfilM flour,
Ale and Porter, Brandy in Casks, Beef,
WJ . -c Ac. Ira
4 SCPERIOR LOT IN n. It HELS
m Half lumls. for aale by
WA LK FR A- ALLEN.
tSI'FERIOR ARTICLE OF IIENNES-f-EV3
UIIAXDY. iu uoarw cak. Fr sale by
C O P P 13 K !
TV. HAVE IIAXI A MPRRIOR
Lot of KO.VA CuFFEE. ) I r.l with aiircial care.
and now tiro ymr olJ. Vrry ltir4le fur imcrr, Familira,
hhif. or Slii(.mrut. Fur aale lo qoar.tltlra to uii by
tVi la WALKER A ALT.KN.
MR. JOAQUIM PORTUSADO,
vV T GUAJt,
orrEnsTo advance fixds towhal-
W INU CAKTAIN3. loAcirat to pay tfanr rxpnaa thrre. I
Any BMiwr they may l-p'it with the UDtWiiieJw.ll he j
j lrie5 ZZ " Qim' tostaxr wilh lwop,T
F. A. PCIIAEFER k CO.
a not si; to i.i:t,
ST REET Inquire-
A SECOND-HAND T W O.SE A T
CvJ-Jt 1:1 OH v, in coailete order. F' aale low, il applied
' " for aoon, at the Faint tbop of
6 JO lin T. W. PARK.
TO D, ET!
THE ELLIS PREMISES. OPPOSITE
the residence d the Briti.ti t'onsu. Enquire nf
6iOat U. P. JCDD, Uuardian, ke.
i oe: sal p.
raVO RICE IICLLK.RS AND ONE
milNtl Jl AC11INE Th.c .Mt.U have been
nine time, and will be fruaraoteed.
fur a mall plantation.
Ihey are just the thing
Hulling capacity about 2,000 lt per day. Inquire of
661 41 Engineer of Dredging Machiue. Honolulu
p . i: i: i :xt i a ; g t j i s i i p ti s.
O' RDERS WILL UE RECEIVED I1V THE
Te be fnrwardej via Panama, or by the Parket vii Cape Horn.
CI Zm C. BREW EK CO.
! Per Garstans" and Wilh elm 1,
j PLAT; GLASS:
r0x4 inrhea 1-1 inch thick.
! GOx3G inches 3-S
I BEST WELSH E00FING SLATE :
! IOxSO inches 20,000,
I Ir anli. hv I.. I.- Tf 1 It It E ItT.
On the Eaplaoade.
L. L. TOR BERT.
1 IVSEF.nolL lll'lllll'CK'S I ALE BOIL
M.J tl in 0 gall, droma.
Livcrol Oree", In IS Jb ratea.
l'aria Uri-en. Pruaian Blue.
Celestial R ue. Chrome Green.
Imperial Ureen, KcJ Paint
Carson's Anti-Corosive Paint, in 10 lb tins,
Dry, la lOO-lb. Caaka.
Bright Green, Chorotale,
Light Fiirtlaad Stone, and black.
Thee are the only Fainla that will etaml the tan in the
tropica witboat blistering, and are the beat Painta for ererr de
acription of ont door work, Weaela, Iron Work, Doora, fchut-
tera, tencea, c.
IIhUjucIc's pure White Zinc, in 25 bcans
Copal Yaroisb. floe Cabinet, in I) pal. cans.
Glazier'a Hiamonila. fnr Sheet anl Plate Olata,
Trariog Paper. i in., 30 in. and 14 In. wide,
Nails, all aizea. Cut and Wrought,
XV A L la PAPER.
Per "Carstans" and '4 .Vilhelm,"
Welch Roofing Slate, 10 ly 20,
Window Glass, all sizes,
While, Rcu, Blue, Oranpe, Green, Purple and Crimson.
THE 1D0VE IRE OtTERED IT VERY LOW PRICES
etJ Por CJtxBtTx. lm
I L'SITED STATIS NAVAL ACF5CT, 1
HoMOLCLr, Nov. io, 1h;s. i
SEA LEO PROPOSALS WILL BE R E
CEIVED at thia oflire UNTIL NOON ON Mu.N DA Y, the
; 3oth instant, for supplying
! Fresh Eeef and Vegetables,
Ti the t. S. filll'S OF WAR in this port, L NTIL JCNE 30,
i The Beef to be orxl, frv.h and marketable meat, in erjaal
I prnfmrtinns nf fure ami hind quarters, ami free from lame or
j rii.ile ; awl 1 1- VertabUra to te atiumt ami fresh, and assort.
t eil x oiie-half Pntata-.. one fnurtb On inns, anil one-l"vurtli Cab-
bag-. Carrots ami Taualoea.
, 1 be articles io lie tlrliveml at such hum and place, and in
' arh Uaiilia, and on such lj at nay I n-quirrd from
j tim to time, ami to be subject ! Inspect inn and rej-ction. if
; nit eual to the maikit Mandanl. by tin- fllcer apK.im. to
receive th am no bnaM. K-iauM'.iofe will a.ually bi made in
f th rofM.rtioa of one and a nuartcr poumla if lieef to one t-iiunfl
: f e;etablea. pajm-i.t will be made co the lt 'f December
liett. an-l quarterly tlirreaftrr.
i I'mla will be r-en-,l at noon on the 30th inst,arH bidders
: are Inrlieo to be -rr-nt. The rik-bt to r j -ct aa or all the bkla
isnseraed. FRANK C CO. BY,
j I'aymaater In charge,
61 3t l)i9ceon Adams Lane.
BftLtIN AND Rl'LEO CAP PAI'ER.
ion Keair.t Finn and HoH Note Taper,
io Keam. Commrrlal Not' I'a er.
Alt of euiirriiir quality, frum Bton direct. For stl br
641 lm II. M. WHITNEY.
Admiiiisf rntor, Aolicc.
A l.l. PERSONS II A VINO CLAIMS AOAIXST
It.e l.taie 1 1 tb late T. II. M AU.-IIA LL. of Matumalu.
Koe, are re4ueiei to rerent hrm, and those inilel ti-d lo
eat,! eaiate are rtii atit l make imnie.1 ate '.mrnl to the
orMlersgneil l. K. tYfE.
( J. Hl'IM-l.fnEFX.
Nawiltwiit. N v. 0, 1H4. 6511m
aotici: ! .
; rH'IIE t'N I)ERSir;NEO BEGS TO INFORM
M. the publie that
lie ln Jut RefiTfti direct from Parln,
A Fall Assortment of Merchandise,
Of t!ie N-west al oiU 1 aililn.Ie Ftrb-. fl-ae rail and
t etamtne. FKANCot.o Mll.l.l Tail---,
twit lm Merchaut Sireet, ii-mlte Ibe i-ailiir lli.me.
4KTER II R R ELS rtMII.V CLEAR
UK, re-ird wt Cri n. For sale by
NEW GROCERIES JUST RECEIVED
Per Steamer Montana.
; T.UTKA FAMILV OOL1IEN CATE 1'LOL'lt
Frrah Wheat Meal,
j Fresh Lal:fom!a O.eniea, in tins,
i 1'oxes Fresh Apples,
Cases Califcrnia Thyme,
: Bags California Potatoes, California Oats,
i XX03laV OulOllM.
; Fr Sale at the Family Grocery and Fted Store.
tH lm By 1. UARTLETT.
The Ovcrlniid .lloiitfilv
OR SEITEM BER Jl'ST
M. Will IN IV,
i a I rari (01? lm II.
afkN II A NO AN'If FOR SALE.
VJr mouth Collection cf llyuns anl Tunes.
II. 51. WHITXET.
Be in. a p i
For Sa by
11 fiS M I'KRIOK 0.1'ALIT a . '
ifiit in) C. DUEitLtl A. Co. ;
Iaslvru C'cilrii Sliiuslr !
ill cec 10 per cent.
o''t srar- than Keilwuod
C. LKI.WIH a CO
Fliingles. Fur a!e by bt 2n)
To Fn mi lies.
AIL IN SMALL. UKCSj
et 4V E each. Irra
For Bale by (619 3m) C. BREWER CO
T1TII COl l'I.IVCS. SJ'RIXK LERS,
, ac. For ale ly
C. BKEWFR CO.
64 J 2.n
fTw ET 11 LOT 11 It E A I. I X W 11 A LEM EX'S
Casks, fur aale l y
C. BREWER CO.
A X I LA CORDAGE. FOR SALE BY
647 im C UUEWER CO.
Cedar 2Iuat Itoardw.
IX SPLENDID ORDER. FUR 8ALK 3Y
647 2m C. UUEW rK CO.
Downer's Kerosene Oil.
a CtSES FUR SALE BY
C. BREWER k Cn.
Lackawanna Steam CoaL
TIXS STEAM COAL FOR SALE BT
61 J 2m C. UK EWER r CO.
k'EW AND OLD OIL
S HOOKS. FOR SALE
C. BREWER c CO.
TiHOICE SALMON CATCH
r or aaieby
C. BREWER k CO
A I:i in sail for Sale,
FOR THE DARK CANTON PACKET,
1 H of best Cotton Puck
For aale by
C. BREWER & CO.
IIO ATS. SI' IT tllLE
Erale by o.'-l In ) C.
KHEWER A I'O.
gSV. 8 1-2 IN. MANILA
For aale by
C. BREWER k CO.
.4. J. POPE A.D 1 OLA XL
A N INVOICt
1. J-pa.lo I
OF HONOLCLC SIMDES.
For al hr
C. BREWER & CO,
Eastern Yellow Pine Heading1,
IOR OIL CASKS. No other luatcrinl ia
SAFE TO I S E. Fit sale by j
647 2m C. BREWER CO. -
ECONOMY IS WEALTH ! --4
K.i7:rl ONE I.K.II
JPn'ii) Ml Lr. CART on 1
aCaarrfVW.,r n ae the labor f ti
T HORSE OR
the Trasli Urcuml will
LICIIT HORSE AND MULE CAKTS,
For Sale Cheap by
C. Bit EWER
E If G E R S A N I JO V R N A I.S
a Large Assortment
Vest Pocket Memorandums,
A SPLENDID ASST. OF STEEL PENS.
FOR SALE AT RETAIL BY
650 2m C. BREWER Jc CO.
C. BREWER & CO.
Oiler for Sale
HAW. SHIP ".OLANI,"
TERWILLIGAR, M 1STER,
Now Arrived from Doston I
COfiSlSTIMG i.V PJRT OF
COAL". CUMBERLAND COAL,
Rn Tina.!. VIula TWit.
Carta auJ Vafgotis, Nents Trunks.
New and Second-hand Oil Slioo'.s
Cotton Dnok, Cotton Twino, Flax Twine,
Fpirits Turenline, Lhla. Fire Clay,
tVintera Metallic Faint,
American Mess I3oel,
Eastern Laid Manila Cir.lai?e,
llmioUilu ?pi !,
Kegs of Nails,
fi7til'l ShippifJ iixtrrf.
M-. hi.pi,i Clear Fiaulc. to 2
Tapfr Bags Wrapping Taper, lbl!i. frment.
Caaea 4-4 lllearhed Cottons. u Namasko'
Cars 4-4 Blrai-heil Cottons LanKton,"
Caaea 4-4 Bleaelird Cilont, Forcut lle," i
Caes 4-4 Illi-ai-hed Cottnns. "Torko RiTer," i
Ctai-a S-4 Bleaehe-I Cottons Uallie,
:asea 10 4 bleached Cottons, Ialtic,,,
Btlea Amoves? Pet.im.
FaU s " Peat I Kivrr" Ii'nims.
Bah-a "Manchester" I'enims,
Bales P.iwhattau " Tenimt,
Bait s " Merrimac " lVnims.
Bales M Amoskeait Brown l)ri!ling.
Bales "Amwltrar" A Frown Sheeting,
Bals ' Ednrtown" 40 in. Brown Sheeting,
Balis - Edeartown Brown Wheeling,
Cases Allen Prints,
Cxe larecu Prints.
Packet Boats, Bbls.
1 Ertra built limine. is Bngijy. and numerous other
Dried Apilet, Cheee, Corn Starch,
Chocolate, C.'mI Fish, Mackerel,
Cider Vinegar, Card Matches,
Cases Lemon Syrup,
Case Tomato Ketchup,
Cases Sage, in frlaas,
1 aaes dinner, in glass,
Csses Summer Farory, in rU,
Caaea Pepper, in yiass,
Ctiet Pepper Saoee.
Cases Lubntvra, 2 lb tins.
Casrs Lobrters, 1 lb tins,
Caaa Viuohaugt, i lb tin,
Cs Qjohaup. 1 lb tins.
SALER1TTS I. BOXES, TIERCES HAMS IX ER1.VE,
C'aare Lard, la IO lb. Tina,
Chopping Tray. Wash BoarJt,
fierce, (019 2m) Market Baokets.
SATURDAY, XOVEMUER 21.
NOTES or THE WEEK.
Stabbing Amur. On Friday evening last, at
about 8 o'clock, a stabbing afl'iir occurred in the
I yard t-f the Eureka Hotel premises, on Hotel street.
It 9oeo: that Robert Atkin, an Englishman, car
penter on bcrnl the Britiah bavk Garttane, recently
arrived from Liverpool, and John Scale, a Welshman,
seaman, on board the same vessel, had some words
together, resulting fW.m ill-feeling which arose on
ship-board during the voyage. On the evening in
question, several persons heard the two men in alter
cation, and went away, not being present at tli
assault. The next heard of the affiir was that Atkin
was heard to say "I'm stabled!" and went into
Thompson'- barler shop. Thompson, thinking the
man was drunk it seems that he and Scale had
both been drinking ordered him away, when he
went into the French barber's, near by. Here he
was followed by Mahiai, a native constable, who, on
examination, found that the fact was as the man had
stated. The constable proceed to the Station-House,
and informed the Marshal and his lA-putv, who went
at once to where the wounded man was. There was
one stab on the right side, which might have been
fatal had not a rib turned the knife; one flesh cut on
the right fore-arm, received in warding off the blow;
and a cut down the back, of several inches in leugth,
which, though evidently well-intended, had only
gone skin-deep. Dr. Buffura having been sent for,
was promptly on hand, and dressed the wounds,
when Atkin was conveyed to the Queen's Hospital by
the police, on the Station-Housc litter. During all
this time nothing was sren or heard cf the party who
had committed the assault, and Atkin was too much
confused and excited to make any intelligible state
ment. But Deputy-Marshal Dayton, in his search
through the Eureka house yard, found a sheath
knife, with blood upon it, and immediately surmised
that the assailant was a shipmate of the injured man.
Proceeding to the bark, which lay at the wharf, some
of the crew were called, who indentificd the knife as
that of Scale. He was found on the forehatch, ap
parently ableep, and on being arrested, was found to
liave a new knife in bis sheath, which had never
been used. On Monday morniug. Scale was brought
before Police Magistrate Montgomery, and remanded
until the physician shall give a certificate that Atkiu
in out of danger, when the examination will tako
' By Ai thobitt Notices. Mr. Geo. H. Luce, Road
t' . .. . . , i C ,1 1
pointed Superintendant of Water works and clerk of
HJltonoIuIu market, jviQO.iX. lTenaergast, resigned;
1WL-VS7TT. SrKupaiiu, Hawaii, and J. li. Moku, Maui,
have loen licensed to perform the marriage ceremo
ny, t The fallowing arcjtppointed inspectoi-s of btal
Koua on the isUnd of Hawaii: M. Barrett, N. and S.
I Kona; L. E. Swain, Kau; S. E. Elders, Pnna; J. X.
Giltnan, Ililo; Mr. lhmald K. Fjfe Las been commis-,
bincJ-ao Sheriff of Kauai. ( f
The Leather. For some days wc have suffered"
from excessive heat, southerly airr prevailing. As
usual many have suffered from colds and coughs.
On Monday evening, however, the northeast trades
ect in and the change ia the atmosphere was very
noticeable. The trades blew quite fresh until Thurs
day morning, when lo tho wind chopped round to the
DUiiiliii.il u g-.ii,. a... . ... .w uv.
remember a year during which wo hive had so little
trade wiiiJn. -
Axother Hawaiian Whaler. Messrs. Perry and
jrioo have purchased the Oldenburg whaling brig
Comrt. and will put her under the Hawaiian fl.ur,
an(l nt ncr kr pPrm whaling, tiuder the oommand
of Captain Kecd, 1 -te of the Kohol i. We hope that
thexe eutcrprising gentlemen will meet with success
which will warrant a uevy vessel every year or two.
The liberal didjiosition shown by them in fitting out
their vessels, is bound to secure competent officers
: Is decent. For the sake of good morals, we would
suggest to the Government the propriety of erecting
a bouse on the esplanado and laying on water, so that
the chain-gang employed in that vicinity might go
through their daily ablutions without stripping in the
open air, and making use of the troughs placed for
the purpose of watering cattle and horses. Tho effect
of tuch indecency is demoralizing.
j' Evening Sales. Adams & Wilder will sell, to
night, at 7 o'clock, a choice invoice of books and
framed pictures. For particulars, see advertisement.
On Thursday evening next, th-y will Bell a choice lot
of Japanese ware, consisting of crystal jewelry, carv
ings in bronze and ivory.
Missext. We have heard frequently, of late, that
letters sent from the N. Y. PostofSce, directed to these
islands, havo been forwarded to difiereat parts of the
West ladies, only to be procured after vexation delays
and at some expense. With the present high, rates
of postage correspondents should not be thus annoyed.
FJiT" Somo crabbed individual takes exceptions in
the last Gazette, to our report that a bucket full of
water disposed of the fire alarm of week before last.
We would state for the benefit of " An Ex-Fireman,"
that a very efficient and reliable member of the de
partment was our authority for the assertion.
Houdats The Government Gazette
thutiiext Saturdaj', the 128th, the anniversary of theJ
nition of Hawaiian Independence, will be ob- -J
served as a national holiday ; as will also be so ob-
served the 11th proximo, the birth-day of His Majesty s
Corrections. In last week's Gazrlte tho public
arc informel that specimen Hawaiian postage stamps
can be had at the book-store. Should bo at the
Poxt Office. The whaling bark Camilla is also re
ported as having.clearcd November 17th. Should be.
Ti.e Idaho SPOKEN.-By the whaling bark :.MU,
re were in receipt of a note from Mr. Whitney,
dated Sunday, 10 A. M-, stating that the 6teanier
was going along ten miles an hour under all sail and
eteam. A strong south-west wind prevailing. No
one haJ been sea-sick. -jr'
'2" By letter from Boston, we loam that Mr. San-
ford Dole bad been admitted to practice at the Suf
folk bar. It is the intention of Mr. Dole to return
to thee islands and establish himself in the practice
A new Pilot We learn that Captain C. S. Chad
wick, well known in the coasting fleet, has leen com
nisMoned as pilot for the port of Honolulu, in place
Captain Thomas Long, who has accepted another po-
j eition under this Government.
' Wo noticed the other day that whaleships had
availed tlicmst-lves of steam for the purpose of hoist
ing out their oil. They find it more expeditious and
economical. Steam, however used, saves time, and
1 time is money.
j On our first and fourth pnge will be found an
interesting letter from our New York correspondent,
I and the very interesting report of Captain Hamilton,
j of the whaling bark Sea Bi eeze, with full particu
I lar s of the Cay alt i piracy.
j7" We are informed that one day List week there
was not a person put in the lock-up at the Station
House. Taking into consideration that our harbor is
f u 11 cf ships, this speaks well for the sailors.
Rains on Maui By the recent arrivals from East
Maui, wo learn that the rains had been extremely
abundant there of late, so much so as to seriously
interrupt work in some localities.
' The wharves along our city front have been
fully occupied the past two weeks and more accom
modation may soon be required.
! 'r- Alexander Smith has been appointed to
I the positions of Collector and Boarding Officer of Ke
: alakekua, Kona, Hawaii, and Mr. Simon Kaai as
t, " . , . , , ,, T . w
Personal. The numerous friends of Mr. John H.
Cole will Le pleased to learn that he has taken to him
self a wife, and join with us in wishing him a long
and happy life.
supervisor ct uanu, naverues tor proposals lor hich were hurkJ througn tho oir durins the firc.
grading of Lilht street, to be received up to the last I , ,
of the present month; Capt. Thos. Long has been api,--Iron Work irom England. We noticed the re-
Okoleii ao. The native manufactured spirit known
by the above euphouious title, it neeins is tlill made
at Koolau, on this island, and by the natives them
selves. Recently, two partita were fined each So00
by the District Justice in that district. During the
past week they appealed to the Circuit Judge Kama
kau, by whom, after a full hearing, ono of the parties
was acquitted, and in the case of the oilier the dia
cision was confirmed. The charge was for selling
and furnishing intoxicating drinks to native Hawai
ian, and under the statute uo discretion is allowed
the Court to decrease the amount of tine it must be
G00 or nothing. It is a good sign to observe that
the District Justices and the police in the country
diFtricta arc getting to be vigihint in executing the ,
j laws again&t this terrible evil.
of Sheep. By the British bark
'CTarttanz, Capt. Griffiths, ten Merino sheep, four
rams and six ewes were sh
lioped at Liverpool for this j
e Imperial firm of Rambou- !
. . ,t- - .1
port. They were from the
illet, and have been obtained by His Majesty the
King for his farm on Molokai. Unfortunately two of
these valuable animals died on the passage oat, and
the remaining eight have suflered a gocl deal during
j. . ...a
a sea voyage of one hundred and fifty days. They I
are, however, recovering rapidly under the skillful
I care and atteution of Mr. Remond, a French shep
herd, w ho came out wit n these animals, recommended
U nd who is under contract to take
charge of them during four years. AVe hail with
pleasure this accession to the choice stock of our Isl
ands. There are many locatious that might be made
available for 'sheep farms, which could not be applied
to any other purposes, and the time may not be far
distant when we shall export enough wool to pay for
all our clothing of that description. Gazttte.
Fire Alarm. At ten minutes alter one, Monday
afternoon, a fire alarm was sounded, the cause of
which proved to be a fire in the bakery of Messrs.
Mossman & Son, near the corner of Nuuanu a ad King
streets. The Fire Department was promptly on the
spot, and streams from Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1,
and the Hose Company made short work of the flames
Sheriff Dayton and Mr. Simon Kaai did good service
by their prompt and well directed efforts.
We regret to hear that a disposition has shown
itself in the Department to re-enact the disgraceful
scenes which made the New York and Philadelphia
fire companies so infamous in former years. Prompt
and decided action should be taken to check the evil.
We have heard of several narrow escapes from bottles
ceipt per Garslang, from Liverpool, of a pair of very
handsome iron gates, for the Royal Mausoleum.
They are surmounted with the Hawaiian national
arms. Also a lot of cast iron fire-plug covers of a
new pattern. The same vessel also brings a lot of
British plows and a hay maker, the latter imported
for trial as a trash-turner on one of our sugar plan
tations. They can be seen at Theo. II. Da vies office.
it i . rr v
MrnovEMENTS. The well known Family Market,
corner of Fort and Hotel streets, has been moved
along Hotel street, to the foot of Union street, for the
purpose of making room for a buiMing, to be erected
for Mr. A. S. Cleghorn, to be used as a fancy dry
goods store The building is to be of wood, twenty-six
by thirty-six feet. Fort street is destined to be the
Broadway of Honolulu.
f Meteors. Captain McGregor, of the Kilaura.
informs us that the display of meteors on Friday
night and Saturday morning, 13th and 11th inst,
tras one of the most magnificent sights he ever wit
nessed. Some of the meteors left trains which were
plainly visible for four minutes. Other parties who
were fortunate enough to see them bear tho same
Don't forget tho Fair of the Ladies Benevo
lent Society, to take place on the third of December.
The proceeds will be given to the Boarding School for
Hawaiian Girls. Donations may be Bent to Mrs. Dr.
G. P. Judd, and Mrs. W. F. Allen. A preliminary
meeting of the Society will be held at the Olympic
Club Room, on Thursday afternoon, next, at 3 o'clock.
Concert. A Concert, by Ilawaiians, will be given
at the Kaumakapili Church on the evening of the
twenty-seventh inst. The building has undergone
extensive repairs, and the proceeds of the entertain
ment will go towards paying the debt incurred. An
attractive programme has been arranged. The popular
song, Johnny Schmoker, will be repeated.
Street Preaching. Nuuanu street, on Sunday
last, presented a novel sight to Hawaiians. Mr.
Bonner, passenger by the Idaho, and one or two
other gentlemen, addiessed the crowd usually assem
bled on and about the corner of Hotel street. The
addresses were given in English and Hawaiian.
Treasure Trove. It is currently reported th(l
the master of a whaling vessel, cruising in the OchotskN.
Sea, the past season, discovered on an island, not
named, a quantity of Spanish half dollars, amount
ing in all to about thirteen hundred dollars.
E2T The Pioneer Omnibus Lino will discontinue
its trip to Punahou after Thursday next, The want
of patronage is the cause. By this it would seem
that Honolulu is not ready for improvements thought
to be necessary in towns half its size in other coun
S? Wo would call the attention of parties desirous
of obtaining furniture to the advertisement, in to
day's issue, of tho sale of General E. M. McCook's
household furniture a rare chance
ST The Fort Street School is closed until further
THREE DAYS LATER !
jrival Of the " ASd Eldredge."
; By tbe arrival of the American clipper Asa
Eldredge, Captain Baker, 17 days from San Fian
cisco, we have dates to November 1st. and tele
graphic summary to October 31st.
The news is not very important.
The Asa Eldredge is bound to China with an
assorted cargo of merchandise and a number of
Chinese passengers. The small pox is reported as
having broken out among the crew, since
leaving San Francisco. The ship called to leave
the mails, obtain medical advice and procure water
Washington. Oct. 30. Chief Justice Chase, in
conversation with a prominent gentleman on Thurs
day last, said he should not voteat the Presidential
election, as in the present condition of affairs he
considered it his duty to remain neutral. It was
his firm belief that General Grant would be elected.
Tbe vital question at issue in this campaign was
that, rif reconstruction in the Southern States : nnon
h. nueGtion nf tariff ha tirlioveri th Demo.-.i aii.
theorv correct, and iu time it would Drove so. He !
prophesied that General Grant's election would
inevitably result in tbe disruption and disorganiza
tion of the Republicau party, out of which would
spring a party that would meet the living issues
squarely before Grant bad been President one
year. Chase expected to see one-half of the House
of Representatives arrayed against whatever
Grant s policy may be.
Albant, Oct. 30. David Allen. Chairman of the
Democratic Neutralization Committee of Troy, was
brought before United States Commissioner Frotb
inghaui to-day on a warrant charging him with
forgery in altering certificates of declarations of
intentions. After examination, he was held in
$3,000 to appear at the November terra of Court.
New York, Oct. 31. Commissioner Osborn to
day beld that evidence warranted holding Rosen
berg in SI 0,000 bail on the charge of issuing frau
dulent naturalization papers. Bail was procured,
but he was immediately arrested on a similar
charge and bail was again procured, when be was
again arrested on a bench-warrant taken out before
Judge Blatchford. It being found that there were
nine fraudulent certificates of naturalization, be
was required to find bail iu $1,500 on each of the
Some dozen arrests were made to-day for fraudu
lent tegitration ; two were discharged and two
held ia $300, and two in $5,000, for trial.
It is stated that the Grand Jury hus found indict
ments against nine prominent politicians in this
State for issuing fraudulent naturalization papers, j
riui.u.n.ruu. Oct. 31. A pvtii'on rontiftin!;
the eI-ction or l. M. Fox as Mayor has lien llt.-tl
in the Court of Common Pleaa. "The specification.
of fraud. et are similar to those ia th case tit
other officers whose elections arr con teste.:.
Washington-. Oct. SI. General orders hare been
issued from army headquarters. ly command of
Gen. Graat. publishing, by direction of the rrrfr
dent. ibe provisions of the Constitution aud law ir
relaticn t l'rt sid.-ntihl elections, topetber witli tbr?
law prohibiting all persons in the military or naval
service from iaurfering in any general or special
Vcw Yiivir r.r VI... "V-rj. i t...
J 85gneU by th7 VJnZZ
i aion in the city of Havana, dated October 234. Ue-
daring the offlci.vl accounts of the state nf affair in
I'lihn i ii 1 1 ... n ....: i ... i : . i i
Tlie revolution in Cuba, so far from having died
Vitt. is steadily progressing, and will only die out
when Spanish rule hi Cuba shall havo expired.
VppeimiHt is a siimmarv or the progrva of the
revolution. Nearly all the vast
" ""f ,ion- ,1 U"LIs!
"a 8t'nl troops thither. Tbw
astern prorinca aro
i.-..j r .
aim vovei iiiueuo
ons thither. Thw re vol at inn isU int
divkled Into small bands, and will carry n i
guerrilla war until their forcea are strong enoueh
to cope with the Spanish troops with a fair proa-
P1'?' V' s,,cc'ss-
I n nana All . . i
Cubans all over the island ara enthnsiastie, but
in want of arms. Several Cubans havo been ar
rested in Havaua on suspicion and confined iu Moro
Trustworthy information just received, state
that the iruernlla chief has with htm 4.000 whites
and 6.000 negroi-s. The revolutionists bare tail
sway ia a large section of the country. If thw
measure should become necessary, there is a fixed
determination to declare immediate emancipation,
and call on the negroes to arm against the Spaniards
Baltimore. Oct 31. In the cases of Woolley
and Kimberley Bros., against Gen. Butler, a decis
ion was given to-day by Justice Dobbin, on the
motions to vacate the summons and declare them
illegal. The opinion is lengthy, and concludes as
follows : "I am of the opinion that lite privileges
of Senators and Representatives arc secured to
them by the Constitution, and exempt tbn fully
from actual arrest of their persons, or service upon
them of such process a disregard of which would
expose them to attachment for contempt or other
personal molestation, but as the writ and summons
in those cases involves none of these consequences,
I shall overrule the motions respectively made in
St. Loi is. Oct 30.Tbe Democrat's Little. Rock
special says Capt. Willis, a Bureau Agent, and
Capt. Andrews, an Assistant Assessor, were as
sassinated by the Ku Klux in Little County on the
A despatch from Memphis to the District Head
quarters here asks (Jen. Smiih lo send twenty men
to Marion, Arkansas, immediaU-Iy, and adds that if
this is not done there will hardly be a loyal man
left in the country. Six men have been murdered
iu Crittendi-n in two nights, and several others shot
for attempting to bury them.
New Orleans. Oct. 29. The Central Committefl
of all the Democratic Clubs have issued on address
denying the allegations that tbey intend to carry
the election by fraud, violence or intimidation.
They adopted resolutions guaranteeing to every
voter in the parish, w ithout reference tt race, color ,
or politics, full protection in the exercise of the suf
frage ; guaranteeing them against all intimidation
or traud, and calling npon every voter in the city
; 4o exercise the right of suffrage. They invito all
persons oi wnatever political complexion to join in .
Efforts to secure peace and harmony at the polls, to
jhe end that the most timid member of any party
.taay feel assured of safety and protection against
'danger or undue influence in tho exercise of the
Gen. Rousseau has received further accessions of
troops, and will be able to prevent all bnt individ
ual acts of violence. -
Chicago, OcL 30. A New Orleans special to the
Republican says : Last night armed bands of Dem
ocrats patrolled the streets, and shot down negroes.
The Republican Club rooms and some private resi
dences were sacked. The newspapers this morning
demand the immediate resignation of the State offi
cers, the deportation of carpet-bag wen. and that
the laws which do not suit them be trampled under
foot. Gen. Steedman is reorganizinc the police by
superseding Republicans. Gen. Rousseau favors
Chicago. Oct 28. The total vote of Ohio in the
late election was 516.750. The Republican majori
ty is 17,312.
A bill has been introduced into Congress center
ing the franking privilege for life npon liiss Doro
thea Dix, in "appreciation of a life and fortune
spent in the service of mankind."
The As tor House, when reopened, is to rent for
$55,000 : the St. Nicholas is rented for $78,000 ; the
Metropolitan for $75,000 ; and the Fifth Avenue
somewhere near $80,000.
A certain Saratoga hotel proprietor excludes
children guests this year.
The moment a man is satisfied he has taken cold.
let him do three things : First, eat nothing; sec
ond, go to bed and cover up in a warm room ;
third, drink as much cold water as he can, or as he
wants, or as much hot herb tea as be can. and in
three cases out of four, he will be well in thirty-six
There are said to be 7,000,000 dogs in the United
States, which cost their owners $50,000,000 per an
num, exclusive of $4,000,000 worth of sheep killed
by them annually.
One Ter. and Election bt the People "We
believe we are not mistaken when we state that
about every President from Washington down, has
favored the one term" principle, and the election
of President by a direct vote of the people ; and
that nine out often of the voting population of the
conn try favor the same thing. Bills are introduced .
in Congress at every session to carry out these sug
gestions, but for some reason Congress, neglects to
act. The bills are invariably smothered in tbe Ju
diciary Committee, and are pever permitted to see
the light of day.
The Nicholson pavement is rapidly increasing ia .
public s'-'Tor in New York city.
How to Grow Beactifcl. Persons may out
grow disease, and become healthy by proper atten
tion to the law oi their physical constitution, tfy
moderate and daily exercise, men may become -active
and strong in limb and muscle. But to
mw hpnutifnl. bow ? Airo dima lh lnntpr nf h
ay,e8 an(j pai.8 the roses on beauty's cheeks, while
crowsfeet, ana l arrows, ana wrinkles, and lost
teeth, and grey bair. and bald bead, and tottering
limbs, and limping, most sadly mar the human frame
divine. But. dim as tbe eye is, pallid and sunken as
may be the face of beauty, and frail and feeble
that once strong, erect, and manly body, tbe im
mortal soul, just fledging its wings "for its home in
Heaven, may look out through those faded windows
as beautiful as the dew-drop of a summers morning,
as melting as the tears that glisten in affection's
eye by growing kindly, by cultivating sympathy
w'itb all human kind, by cherishing forbearance
toward the follu-s and foibles of our race, and feed
ing day by day. on that love to God and matt
which lifts us from tbe brute, and makes us akin to
Loxpon. OcL 30. Maps, said to be prepared by
order of the French Government, bave been issued '
to show that the Emperor has strictly regarded the
frontiers, as laid down in tbe treaties with the
neighboring Powers. It is inferred that this expia
tion is made to cover the Emperor's abandonment
of a war policy.
Two expeditions to the North Pole are now pre
paring one at Bremen, under Peterman, and the
other at Havre, under Lambert.
Madrid. Oct. 39 The estimated deficit in the rev
enue this year will reach fifty million pounds ster
ling. The Spanish Government will raise a loan
of one hundred million crowns, at six per cent, in
terest. London. Oct. 30. The South American mail
steamer from Rio on the 6th has arrived. Latest
advices from Paraguay state that Gen. Lopez is
entrenched at Violetta with all bis forces. The al
lied army was near at hand, and news of a battle
was daily expected. Tbe Portuguese Consul had
been forcibly taken from the Americrn Legation at
Assumption and shot. United States war steamers
had gone up tbe Paraguay river and peremptory de
mand would be made by .the American Command
er for redress. The recent conduct of Mr. Wash
burn. United States Minister in Paraguay, is much
censured at Buenos Ayres.
Liverpool. Oct. 27. Reverdy Johnson, last
night, was entertained at a banquet given in his
nonor by the Mayor at the Town Hall. Ia the
course of his speech, Mr. JohnBon remarked that he
did not know how the people of the United States
would regard bis conduct since he bad been in
England. He was sanguine of their approval, but
would accept their censure with Christian resigna
tion. ACCOUJVr ISOOliS.
SETS OF ACCOCNT BOOKS, on' the first of the year.
are iiieited to examine my stock just recelred, which embracea
all sixes and kinds, from miniature volumes to Royal
Also, everrthinir required in the line of Office Stationery.
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