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MAIN A. WINCHESTER,
!!.irns S.ul;llr, !ri-!!f
(t)LLtK, MIIl!Ui U.UI,
Nm.I I sr..! 111 liailrrr .. Kiaarir
". II arf merit Cn.-..r I llvrsv-sa emxearity
a rut.n.1. ly
it k. r. ruti
SHVi:iMX( K, CLAISli X CO.,
And Shipping Agents.
front Str-rf. eo,-.r Itay S'.. Sin '..
. W Will arOn.1 to ttf tf ;r. i. I :i k n l t.f I ml
prolne. A 11, toll. Purer. .M.n aiel f wt imx M-v
(AlMMtlM. 6M 1;
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WIM.IUIS. UUNl 1111.1) A. CO..
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
No. 30.1 Front Slrrrl,
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DRY DOCK COMPANY
it tnnriro, lalilofuia, I. S.
T Nhlp Owner, irnt-. I muJzner and Mler.
Kentucky, it i mid. never K-t a eer.t hy th
il.-f.il.-ati-.ri of any 'intr4 tL ial datir., l.cr ciitire
A NV-w Yorker !u!t a tafe wamntol
, r,urur jr.vf, tut ti. H.vn Lave r-r 5i u it
j ri i, rohU-d it. and now l,c tl.e inanu-
W III) ; tur-r f.r the amount of inin-v t.t!c-ti.
Mr. Urotua Anderson, of (-armr I. Ky.. Ii.-ij
a c..w . fur y-ar !! in N!tu! r I.i-t, fiat i.a--given
hirth I t the calve J
Wi4-ii. M ittlrf-w II. arinur. ti-e new
Senator from V i--iiin. i a pr'Juutc of lhe
Harvard Iivt vli..l. lie it a liali--.il Ii-j-ut-li.-an
and a'l; lawv r.
Nrvr I'iik-imt. .I.jifi- ciw-itniit tree are
! e-.tid it l-e tt'ul!-ir!y j.rulitie nt:l very hand-due.
' SiiH.- A ti..iu livt- I -. i I.n.lol in au I'r-tii-i
I Man; n MirM- i r.r t 'c jr-.jri t'.r f t!.f
N w V.rk ll'.r.; t!.i njr. u:i-tr Li xjitrj
a iu-nt, l in: a jt ir t!.e T-v-jj-r
w rt l. a:i ! i- r.,n !ar:c! with iuarkt-1 uMlity in all
i it' IrjarTn.-rt.'.
, Ittit'iuz t!.e j-u-t tl.itt-'ii year t!.-rc liac I- t-n
' Kt: liutt'tr"i ixty-Cv iinir!--r- i- m:nitt.-I in
; Vvrk -fy, tlic j-rj tr.it' r- of wi.i.-h ha?
' n'.tvr l.riht t- ju.-tif.
, la t!.o luii.itic a.-!uiu i.-ar TTont, tl.i-rt- i n
j ruan ha.- --t an inmate fr f.!"t--n y-nrn,
. anI iurin all tlrnt time lia not l"-r kitowii
' t- pj-ak a y: I t a Iiin;r ful. Il. if iivt
I nere vra a lueet inz f ' ' I-'tii family
in N vr Ilaifii lat hii k t lt-ur r-j-.rt an t-
-i,r r in r-prl t- a jrpTty iH-knin t- tlivin
in fifilal.'l 'Il.e lamily i- i-ail to o.lj-i.-t i-f
Hrnc infiijlwr, M-at?'Tfl tlirouJi tli !! ri
try. The a t.-r Klw in tjth t -nc cl
thr hrarH:l:e of tliix family.
Clvf-C" S. imrit. .Ir.. !irw -nfer-! r.n Iuh
at I'liillii rjti-n-r Ai-a'l'-my. 1 i a
The Ocean Race.
rr.tn the N,w wk ll-r.I, t 20.
Hy a l'f-ji.li rcn-ivol in tt'ij city fr in
Quo-iu-t.w n i: i rtat-l tiiat t!.' t'amill "v
" i'tiru, of tl.c li.n.an lint-. arrit-.l at tjini-in-towii
y:fU-rl.iy m .ri.ii at liall'-ja-t i ." l k.
an I. mr aii l a l.alf al.-t-J of tlx? Ji .. f t! c
t'it;:irj line. It i- aiiii-jr-t n to tat. i
tin? fa 1 1 U-en kn ti, tlit Jurin the
ja?: Mi- k n t-ry Liro amount f iuoii,-v Li
Irariiil lian.I -niHTT:in tl.i- ri'x- U twn-D thT-t-
ii!tloiih one o the J r-i-rivt.-rt of
oiic .f the lilac rv lit, a few L'V! 3 . t j iJ.nv
I.a:.l t.y the -aj ta
e't thi i-.rt. Tl
mi !i u tl.in ? a ni-- orit'ia-
f p'i ri' t-.r in iiuti n a-
it t i true, hot trial the
e:uininlcr4 of the in!ei:.Ii-l t i o.i.tii'l
f t Mil rvrua'-v of --'i on leaving N-w Vrk,
V.'-T-; cannot h.- a r-:i-'iia -ie 1 uM. Ifie !rol
j r f that rouH '-o f-r.'iiht t .-u-tain this
f i t if ti ip iim-taii'-e whi'h oi-.-urrvl on I rl
one of the cN-uihi-i I- f..rei-he to.k her 1-J arture.
A ' tioeiiian who nlway-iiiuiiiSvtf' a great tlcat
' 'f iii:Tt.-t in the fti-am-hip hil-inc.-f haj jeue-1 to
' l- on ?-::r'I one of the two fte-iiuer nn hoi;r or
time inn.,- ,y b-itli it Ut in! y ery tit :ih!mi!i
f-y tio mean- the fastest on r-".rl ; I t the S.:-tia
I :"t ttueviitovn on tlie lit'i of .liilv. I"t'.. anl
re.ii-hei New York in ciht days', eilit hoursi an-1
t::ty 'en minuf.- ; an-1 the ( i!; t'iii her-If.
on N-vi-ai!K-r :M. 1X0T. tua-h- the vi-ya fr m
lutvii-towii to New .-rk in eiht hivs. f.mr
li mr an-1 thirty-rilne ininntesi. It will ho re-maik.-l
th.it. eraj-utiii4 the time iaaJe hy the
steamer- from thii "tl to ttue-u.-town hy our
own time, anj !e-!uetin. the f-rty-tlve minutes
h.-a.hvay ha 1 hy the 1'ilui t P-irtf at the s-tart.
that the I.'u.tfi'i arrive-1 t tie latter jl.ieejit
f-'Hy-tiie minute alter the O.'v " Pun.
The exeireinriit oer the raee in eertain eirele?
in this eity very intei.e. ami a lare Mim of
m .ney i.-s kiJ-I to have alrea ly ehanil haiuls on
ti e rvMilt. lie 1'.!1 jvin i a ruiumary of the
tiino ma le :
r i-Fr.vr.n ke and akrivai..
V -rk. Arr;T..I al in--rt .nn-
j. -J 'W p. I ft.. 1.'. o !J . m.
rif of i'-tr,,..y. i.. iu.
A u u ........ I
l--f re phe va t l.Mve In
:t -o:iim-ii- l.iee eonverpati-
vva a l. ttin.
r wharf, nn.l l-ir-ii
ha.l on van i;s
the Cai tain, remai ktd that if he
man he woiil-i h-el in. lii.e-1 to 1,-t
r it if of Pari...
Att.'l I ... . .............
In fiv.T of l'i uf fan'.
Coronation of the Queen of Madagascar.
TIIK t'OMIMXV'S II RV
(H K.4. tunitl'l ml llontrr. I't.iut, rn
Ir . . ....... It . .1 . ... I . n
"l iT'V rfr.f.il .rli--l..i-l . I r.fry f irtilty I utii.IwHl
. ........ . . . . . . w. !i...ta.l.t.j.rT ti... ..i.l.li.a ..f.. t.rt.l ft.i.1 ....,. ...
fll1..'! n. ."ll-l' i r r iw i " ...... ...i.
,HVVI. l K.i"l io roLIU k'n.K,"l Dry I htiilie.-i in July, I.M. wln ii he Will i nter
lr,hi . th-.t it 4-.,!-." I lv-p.-, .Jr., evi ientlv i.!-
1.1th t ..p till Ir-t. JrpUi U'J l.wi l.l mt rr.tiiK-r fc-i. ; fierit.-l hi- f.ltiKT rl Ioe t-Ta 1 Jll 'c of l.'.l-e
nm htKi tulw iU in a hi .U.w.m; 'ii wiHvm.1 J fl, ,.,, a lar- j-ortiou of hi- lei-iiire time l-i-in
hThbH I. Bttr.1 with t-.n. u ,oHi. -.:h "I"' n ri-lin-, an-I alw iv-i with a -o-l turnout.
tiKw.,ieti.infar.lw.w..1i.i..,raM. It MM that Tarn r.rownl ivy iit-e.1 to keep
in ij: m in iv. Door.. ri.wiui ' 7 w " - " i .1-1- 1 iiiit
VMrla nf 1 bt loo rv.rr t.t a. .ir. Tb- la . ii an areoilllt .f III g-Kl aiiJ hnJ tlU, ami fx- a-
fr-rt m ..lilt an. I Sit) in Irif.h : L built of lb" "owl'.l j
IrffMt bhimt. Iafnarilr f-l a-fi wnut. ami ion.....
UN a;i iho r.n.it fr lrf-n a lnp Macccifollf.
InvL. tkaa ap at ail In .Wle.
Tb t'.xutany ami arrint. In iuiin Ibal rfmir on -Blculv
Bia-I a a l jntJ''Iy In f n rawkci-cn, in r-p--t
lo cut of BMUrUla aivl Uimr, aa is any otbvr n of Ue
t-tr pn.ciIar a.l.lri
JAMU P)LLlrTK. Iuprnt-Ti.-T,t,
!n tfrancinri., Caiilxruisk.
on the other ve.-M-l. 4,Yoii w..nl-I. vtoiiM y-m?"
rx Ltirne-1 the 1'aj'tain in l.i- orf:-ial mark ; well.
. I'll t II you one th:n, anl that i that I'll ili ive
, ii-.y vew-1 to he',1 or win thi.- raee." fan there
' l-e any il-.nht of tiiere having ht-n any ni-f in
I the faee r.f thi.- rather t-o frank a.-.-erti-.n on the
i jart of one of the Cotnnian.hT-?
The City uf Pari, of the Itiaian line, left her
iI k k on the lCth inr-t., at fifleeti iiiinutv hef-ire
; two uYI.iek in the afteni'Miii, j a-.-i!i,r, on her way
1 wn the hay, the Iiu.ia, of the l'llti:ll.I line,
wl.i. li hri.l nt the time j it t iken on the mails,
; an-I whi. li foilowe.1 j'.rty-tive iiiinute- atu rwanls.
j '1 h" fXeitemt nt whieh vva.s au.--l hy the allilo.-t
hiiiiiiltaiiciu-il. j arture of the-e two wm-l.-, it i-
almost iiiille-is to ptate, was due to the laet that
' at j.rereiit the rjuestioti is In-f re the II'.um- of
fommoiis as t- vvineli ir of Mi-amer jilying he-
tween America and .retit llriiain finuiM he mh
! pi Iii-l furearrvii. the mails. It has all aloii
! The f..iiowini extmet from a letter written hy
, the Key. W. K. foupins, mid pnhli.-liol in the
. J'.n;j!ish Jin!- nth nt, will lie read with interest:
i u Thursday, ej te:nl-er ."J, we found And i
' I al erowd'-d, with the exeej tioii of the roa.lt
i-.-ered for the t'uecn and her attendants.
.-.very j.ieee of ground on the rising ground sur
j i.uiiidiii it was filiel with pjectators. Skjii
after nine .runs ann uun-ed that die had loft the
j-alaee, and s nin j-art f the J'ro,ein W-jan to
1 M-arlet from head to foot. The wives of the
otliec rs, etc., (some ICO or l.'n.) vv-re dressel in
Km-. .ji-:. n tlothiivj;, h-me of tlietn looking very
niee. and ot!:ers, as yon may will imagine, r
feetiy hi-Ieoiis. Then eame two h-af ninn his
then s .I'liers in their different liniforius. (.."eat
ndvanee has In-en made in the drc-t-es of the sol
diers riine we have hocn here, and they really
looked very well. Then came the ollieers of
higher rank, in most exiiipive dresses, velvet of
All the female iiieniters ol trie ne.tr
of the roval family were clothed in
JANION, RHODES & CO.,
Victoria.. V-airr, I.I ad.
r. Prtlnlaratt-nioo p.n.t toeonaifnBWMita nt Sanjtirb
lrfc.ru.. V. 1 January 1. IKU. fli Ij
. 1 m -ii ii:f i.ivv 1 liar i i:o t.11 ru. 1. iv Kii. ill iii 01. ! veil ro 11 rn!pj nrni .r, iio i:ii 111 1 .r.-.Ti 1:1111 1 iw-ii enmr. i f . .1... 1 : 1.... . .
11 . ..:i. i.i. ...... ... 1 :j i . - j .... ... ... . . .. .. niiiii. 1 pa iu 10 me i'imic t 1 " cui r
... . , - the ia.-t-t line, nml it naturally loll.iws that tin? the t iiieen, m a lian.lsotne ;illet pnlnnomn. xvith nn.i T.len-iire crnuinU to ninio the reoi'Ie.
til iTit I? I'etet kei t ae,t,uni t ' tiralry ,th:lt nhiU''1 b, t wu n t!"' 'utmT'1- t,,c r, t uml.rclla, and her uhual attendants. , 1 ,rin;;s my lornu.r csl.rienee and that of n.y
e .lml l ave no IliS-.. 1 f . !Hlrt,,c h K -'n"U,I' i'ltli,i-1 U ,'t tt "I "hi f"r friends right to me. iVhenever we get into the
! fcle-tb I f i y I il ",V- ij.! lSere fn e t1'"' f!M-t' ,l U'n?w-11 k"ow ,,,;'t thefunnrd- . geiH iati.ms it ha Insert cuM .mary for new nner- ! kingdom of h.-aven, where .od and Christ dwell,
,' . ' . ... , , .. trs arc a deir.nin to retain the cuhsidy vvhieli , t-igtiH to btand, phe alighted, and walking over ! wo plmll find Bomethiit"- more to do than to "pit
, nMi-tnIftw, until he nominated A. .Johns-.n f.r , . . . .1 ..-, . , i'.i . t. .1 . 1 1 .1 n - -P . Mian nnu 101111 iiiin,, mon uooii...u iu pii
! Yi.e I'rep'ident That in mink the I'ar.n ni.l V-oH l'" n" "J I r"I -"etorn ol the In- the Koi.e, aeeoiiijiiued hy the Prune Minister nnj ourselves away to everlasting hliss."
he IrJ iTn'-e torn u the b,Tar d rvUniZ'w on I !uau .V".C, are.,',i r'"t l lr"m tle '" "f t.I"',r an'1 tl or Uh"h uiYlwr she went to t,,p tI,rone Tin- mind of man is aetiv'e, and we mut have ex-
i K-vvin " ?r"Z n Uc 1 r": 1 "'. '"a t'.;n.,ny have j rc,,,rc 1 for her. The canopy under vvhiel, ,he rr.-isi. and amusement for the mi. d as well as the
Address by Brigl-am Young.
On S1t.vd.1v. Novem!er 2,. Urighnm Young de
livered an a.Lhvr at the Salt Lake f ity TaUrna
ele. in whi.-h he referred to the fact that five
times the Monii 'ii had Ken driven from their
homes, and had finally to travel through the vvil-derne.-
t j their present ah le. They had Uvn
diri-ete-l l-y their prophet to gi t out of the way of
f hri.:iani:y and tuil 1 up a erumuiiity of their
own. They had gone to I'tah wit'.nnit help from
the nati -n, hut they exjveted to le -rmitul to
retiiin their Itoim-pte-ads there, (.entile traders
had followed, them to get their piitronagi. hut they
were not wanted. The out.-ide w,.rld was full of
contention- and juarre!s, and the Saints want to
lie free frm them. The speaker th.-n eotitinued :
"e do not wis-h to Ik broken up and compelled
to leave our homes ag-iin. What do you want,
outsiders? t .-u want all the money the ' M--r-mons"
can make. 1 d- not flame you for it ; I
never did. I: is reas niahle and right, arid you
are a much entitled to it as to any other money
von ein get. I'.ut we are not ging to let you
Lave it. Is there any harm in this? Kxelu
sive," are we? We s.re not half exclusive enough.
There is no other way to nave this jvople Iruin
In ing hroken up apiin than hy trading with our
selves.. I kuow t .lis as well as I know the sun
shines. I have passed through it. and I know all
about it. Now, I do not vvisli to mv this jieople,
of whom I am proud, and in whom I delight, ;
paek up their g km Is and go off again. Where
should we go ? When we wen in Missouri we
liad a j.huv we could go to ; when we were in II- :
l'niois we had a place we could go to ; hut now, ;
that we have come here to the middle of this con
tinent. where can we go? Is there another place j
we can go to ? I
If I were to Fay to the financial world, we have i
taken it into our heads to do our own internal
business, and not foster th6e in our midst who !
are not of us, w hat would they say ? They would .'
say this is the first step the I-itter Day Saints ever j
t.x.k that manifested wisdom. How exclusive do
we want to he? .lust enough so as to sustain and !
preserve ourselves ; to build our own houses, make ,
our gardens and orchard., our carriages and our 1
own places of amusement, like our theatre. 1 j
built that theatre to attract the young of our com-
iiuinity and to provide amusement for the boys j
and girls, rather than have them running all over j
creation for recreation. Long before that was .
If :iw.aii.ii I'sickct I.sTTT
Tin following Hrst-IIass ssfs , K
Urly in the UoDolula Llut:
D. C. Murray,
... I . Oil fit. I I
! Do vou nivvcr uiuiwriiu ncre- .. ,
, lady of an umbrella-mender.-" es. ma an, ;
Then I'd like to have you recover the one I los,t :
last Sunday." j
Weigh every step that you are about to take
whenever prions Wne involved. How olten j
' do thing- assume a different arect when they arc ,
fairly considered. !
W often sigh for opjvirtunitiet? of doing good, ;
while we neglect the oHnings of lVn .denee in ;
little things, which would frequently lead to the j
accomplishment of mopt imjKirtant uscfulncsw.
fount l.ismarek is turning man of business on i
his tate at I.merania. He sells wool, and;
i manufactures tiles, bricks, etc. His sheep-walks
; are rcn.wned, atnl the proceeds of the shearing
are sought for far and near
! A iVnevolent citizen of Brunswick, (lermany,
. suplier blankets to the p.vr during the winter
1111 kTt f ns T!ev are stamwl. to rrevent their
K ing roivncd or sold, aud are returned iu May of
every vear. The system has been in operation six
years, and not a blanket has Ken lost.
The best rale is to polite to every one, and,
unless rudeness amounts to positive and inten-ti.iii-il
in-ill lr to take 110 heed of it. It is the
only way to lie happy, in a world where every
.-.siT..! in-in in t.v. obtuse, and every third one too
i'd-teuipered, to be pleasantly and frankly courte-
Industry will make a man a purse, and frugal
. ity will find strings for it. Neither the purse nor
; the strings will cost anything. He who lias it
: should draw the strings as frugality directs, and
i he will be sure always to find a useful penny at por 0 amJ KjHipaklira, Hawaii
HIC" UVUdlU y'l II. ant c-v -' j
i known by their livery; it is always whole and
n-iioWoTiie Idleness travels very leisurely, ami
poverty soon overtakes him. LooTk at the ragged
slaves of idleness, and judge whieh is the best to
serve, industry or idleness
For Freight or Passage, having Fuperior ;
Cal.in Hint Steerage rasscDgrm. aj-.ly to
Otf.m WALKKR ALLEX,arMt
K K C.V L. A U. PACK ET '
LAHAINA AND MAKEES lASDffiQ
THE FAV0R1TK CLII PKR SCIlOOXm
Will run regularly beftrren JI-ntluht ami tittup
For freight or passaga apply to the Captain r.n hoard, or la
660 61a C. HREVi ;n 4
For Ililo and Onoiaea, Hawaii.
Will run as a Regular rack it to the above pi.rta. F..-i.
WALKKR 4 A ILEX, Apt
or lHss:ige apply to
Tt Schooner Vctive,
Will run as a Regular racket to the al-ove porw, touchinf n
LAKAINA. For Freight or Pas.ng npply to
670 Cin W ALKKR & ALLF.X, Agerti.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
Hare .In! Kiccived,
Per Haw. Bark Ita Moi, from Hrenien,
A STLKNDID ASSORTMENX OF
WINES. BEERS AND SPIRITS!
Uliine "Wines, i. e.5
X ovular Oalni Packet.
. THE rOPl'LAR
CLIPPER SCHOONER IILH
II iW run regularly io He M'imbrard Fide of Ufa
lult 1 ml.
For freight or passnge apply t the riiptsin. or to
653 6m C1IAS. N. M'KNCKR & Ctt
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS r
Ioiiio.!.l io Incliisti'y !
The fhiiag. Atiranrt; pays: " Three-fourths
of the 1'of-t OiIhi-s in tl.e faiid siioul l ! kept by
women. They arc p-troti;; enough and hus-inc-v-wi.-e
i-nugh fr tle work. They might I.e in-re
ternl teI than men to 11 into fve iuiives. but
always enjnvi-l the mail curving between this
j-rt and Livcrol, and h.ave I or yc-.irs showed a
; schedule of shorter jassages than any other foiu-
I-any, and Ik-lore the e.-tabli.-hincnt of the ln-
mans, iuanifeptel very little concern alnnit any
if their onments. Ihe remit of this race to
sat was 111 excellent tar-te. 1 he lullars were of 1,0,1,.
green with gold molding, and the hangings of, HaVe we not the risrht to our own money ?
green ami gold to. The doinc-shai4.il roof was
of t-i-arlet velvet rrettily ornamented with silver
spear heads eros.ed at the corners. Ilencath the
d-iine were inscribed on the four different sides
not half as apt to pilfer in ney letter. ,x (iii,vn.-t..wn, although it has Ikvii deeidul in a the following words : " ( .'lory to (iod Peace on
t;. ki( v to.
Shiniin- and Conimiion 3Irrchant ! '" r"' Uc b7
lill UONTMKKKT.t .r.rrJarU-.. ! An lll.liow lirws
many coii iuuintu s will silene.. tlie 1 rcx-nt ma.
culiiK' wrangleii lor ti c I'ost OfTi-i; and unite in
j rm-iumcndiiig home t fJieient, pclf-leciideiit w-
x raAMcts.. cu'.ia
. . aaaaiLl. J" Cacaji.
J. C. 31 KR RILL Si. Co.,
;om mission .lIcrcIi:mlH
llt lOIMJ OPH,
JOI anJ 20fJ Californb Street,
I XX XSX C3 3
al. aokxt or TUB
Sao Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
fr1slirtVmtlr.iciiHrtlb ' 'l rh t awr
hinllw, .li.pV bMlawM, .uKWl'inif balblB4, -r'.in
If A 11 lrtM nltnr at r:r:le,bjr r l th. Ilo
o,,li ..f ret. will fna "! raaa fim.i...
XT KribK. H-nwilnlw bmutM an.1 M. J
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Mccracken, meruill Co.,
'OR V.tRIlfi ,XI
lrt li.txl, Orejoii.
m-nt hiMtTW r apwarla of mnn yn, a-l twin I
bwa4Ml in fir- mnf brlrb bnlUlintr. ar rvtrvt tr iwm 1
nil .Imtkiim. af L'lMXt pl-, wo a iiirr, Rt.?.SruMi, Pain.
llMiirrriirlii'l,w.ibl.:l. a-wwa attunimo wiU br panl. ' "till Hotin l and ill '1 oinlltioii, prolniriii
an I u...il t.M' b rtkorv a-lr irvrr. ...a n. au.br . Ii.i. ria.r-ti
Faci-r liiaa4 aj.:
ttiCt tliMlmtMrrarr. J rlrica I'm.
siii4T t-IIfi of a billiard plavcr
at A. ton wlio rei-iitlr made a run of 14.1'J'i
iintt. making 2"J of them in three Uiinute and
tliarlo Iitkeii4 nay. ,c can alwny judg if
tfw rliam-tcr of a hot. I or ri-?-tauniiit by an in-ip-ei.tion
of the cait'r. Tiic mustard jt an-1
oil cruet arc infallible teiti.
K.viMfn .nbcllt i i.uing diploman. a.nim
nyiiig tlie Ix-Mownl of d.-i iir.ili mm. Biit-l.itel.
which i auppMil lo in-li'-ate Iter Iflicf that in a
few lii-.litltr. ehe will l ft-ilintat'tl oil the throne
On New Ytar'n Iay the Irin- Impetiil
tTes4.-ntfl a t-.-ii-.l to tli iYllicr nf tli. A-
iurinx, I he rl!.--t Mti of ttii-rn I.-o'kILi. and
taught him Kw to ride it. Tlic tw. lovi are
3Ir. IfuLye la. acrptiil a lih.nl offer t
undertaLr; a Lfturing t uir in the 'nit-l tatiTi.
All hi traveling and hotel c.t-iis-. are to le
ii-l, atvl the ainii of $l''it in gold will I -c granted
V liirn for each l tore.
Al a m-iit lall at t!e Tiiteri the iiet
cons.iime.1 lO.I'rtl it-, l..fnl g!a.-iM- of ptmch.
C,i of idierbet. 4iti or ."' i-Fiiek'-fK. Ml l.tlle
of tduiinpfgiie, ainl l,'Jt l.ttie of lrdi-au.x.
Jiistur ton Ucbig. the r-l-brate.l (ii-mnn
cliemi-t, rc iitly tol l a fri nd tlit. ibiring the j
tit ten ear. lr I a-I receivi d wv n rail fr uu !
Ameri.-an I'nivcr-iliex, and that twice liu felt
tronglr teiuptcl to g-i to the United State an-1
ei-rpt tin rv a .rofi-Mirlip.
Th iury-foit now u-k-1 by tic city of I.vnn,
Mas. . Ii-ar the iLtteof l at.d all the jorv
men from I.vnn aince that year liuve lKt n drawn
fp.ru it. Notwithstanding it long M ni.e, it i
manner that settles all the Uts that have lieeti 'earth (i.Kul will to men Mayd'od be with us."
made ti inn it, U not quite decide! enough to At the side of the Oueen's seat was a small
: place tin one line alxjvc tlie other ns being the gildtil table, ujoii which was plain! a very hand
somely tMimnj .viahigas' Jjilile, and a copy ol the
laws of Madagascar. As soon as the (Juecn had
taken her place the scarlet-clothed ladies aliove
mentioned were taken to scats to the south of the
(jueen, on the platform, and the Trench and our
selves were placed on the north side of the same.
We thus had a very honorable position, and one
from which we could s-e the whole iirocn-dings.
j su rior in point of s-ccd, but it will mo.-t as
; siireilly mtcnt-il v the eoiitei-t for supremaey e-
I tween the iiiiii titors for the mail sub-idy, which
the law cnioins shall Ik given to those steamers
which make the sli..rtc.-l trijs aci.M-s the Atlan
tic. It may be stated, as a matter of gratifica
tion to those most min-criml, that the counsel of
one of the f omjinies in a-siTting that there was
no race on tlr lapis, or rather the occ.ui. iM-twi-eii
the two steamers, t.x-itivelv and indignantly
. state-1 tluit the starting of the f 'it 11 nf Paris in
I n-lvaiH-e of her iirual day. on the lo.Ii in-i-int.
I was ill no iii.iuner i-oiineeted with the failing of
1 the Ju.na, but was lin ing to an entirely dillen-nt
j cm--, which wus wcil known to the incri-antile
' t'oiiiiiiimit v, and which iuil.t have been known
'to ui.y Unly v ho thought tit to all at the foin-
jaiiyV of'ice for information. The f-'iiiiMl al.
ilcpign.-l t-i state that tl Hu.ua, bcfre lmving
j.irt, di-l not j rcj-are f-.r ixti in any other than
I her ii.-ual inaiitM-r, but saiiol entirely full of
i cirg i, vvhi.-h statement." may !e tak.-u with the
u.-.al i-nih-lHV tluit is generally given to all n
. r idciHV.
! Till. ITY or PVKl.-."
place nin .nj
I The City if Pan was built cxprn-ly f tr Jel
and ivih-IV ill the carriage of the I'liiled iates
mails, wl.ich the vs.cl of the Coin ..my mny
, firii-i-in j.wtage only. Ih-r iliiueiL-i.-iis. are '.
fi-vt iu length, ) lift iu breadth, and 1T7 l'eet in
i depth ; her tonnage, iI.xmi tons, old measurement.
I '1 he hull is divi'lc-1 into eight wati-r-tight eoin
I partiiieuts by bulkU-ad-, wl.ich, while iui-arting
jgreat strength to tl.e br-iad rides of the steamer,
1 prevents l.-r Irom sinki'tg on the iKi-urrem-e of
1 any slight accident. L:ieh of the water-tight
' eoi"np:irtiiM-iits into which the es-4-l i divided in
j fill.il with a steam lire a inihilatr and a i-ntrifu-'
gal pump that ann lilt upwards of I ,Imm gillou or
' water u-r minute. Site is fitted with a iop and
Minister, ns fir
the 1x1 11 -Ic bel-iw. IK was dressed
111 a white velvet suit trimmel witli gold, wit'i
blue leather loots. A little Ihiy about 12 or 14
uetcl as his shield Ix-arer. llV-hiii.l him stood
uoiuo "200 'licers, dresnil ehielly in velvet. As soon
as the liring of cannon had subsided, the (jiiecn
st.KMl up and delivered her sjsi-ch. The wntcni-e
in whieh she alluded to Christ iauity was as fol
And as to the praying, it is not compulsory
nor is there any hindorance, for fixl made you."
The (,Micen was very collected, and si ko dis
tinctly, but of course she muld not lie heard by
thousand- who were pri-scnt. We are happy to
know the speech is to Ik j.initc.l, and circulated
frii-ly. After tl.e luecn s sjn h the laws w-ro
prociuiiii.il. Lpwards ol Ml 111 all, ami tliesc too
are lo Ik printed
are not digging for gold or silver : we are not
bringing a society here among whom you can
hear shouting all night through our streets, or
eur.-ing and swearing, or fiddling and dancing.
lo you want this' civilization" outriders? There
may be a few w ho do not. 1 will tell you what
the priests want. They want to seen groggery nt
the eorr!crofeverystrcct,and houses of accommoda
tion between and liehind them, and they want to
hear cursing and swearing, and they want to sec
drinking and carousing, and the drunkard falling
r t o
in the street ami rolling in the mire ; then they
come along with their long faces, crying, ",
what a sinful jieople !" We do not want any such
thing. Wc want to see every countenance full of
e!i.-riiiln.d nml ovr-r v r-v. l.ritvlit Willi tli.-. lioi...
t subject, took his J of future hai ,'iness.
II I .1' .!--
Now, il you don t want to quarrel, take meas
ures to prevent it. That is what we are after.
We nre trying to get the jieople to hearken to
counsel that will prevent a quarrel and a serious
one. If you can j.rcvent a quarrel in a family
you do a good thing. 1 Messed, arc the jeace
makers." Wc are j-eaee makers. We are jireserv
ing the jH-ace.
3Iargeaux du Tcrtre,
rOHT WISE, fill EM! Y,
OLD COUXAC, HOLLAND GIX,
(i EMI AX PALE ALE.
all of wnicn
Will be Sold at very Reasonable Rates.
READ & PURCHASE
Overend, Gnrney & Co.'s Affairs.
A Km in rut Knulili Finimrirr.
liOMK.N. Siturday, Jan. SO, li9. After an
examination which lias lasted nine days, six
l'irectors of the great banking house of O'vercnd.
('iirney Al I'd. have 1h-cii bound over for trial at
After this the i.rcM-ntatioii of the fciitral Criminal foiirt, for frauds amount
.... . .1 " . 1- Jt.HI Jlllll I- ,1. .. . . .4 . 1 I ? .
r'l. Ikr-n. W.T. tamaa Jk Co..
f Iw.nrt. loJut A Co.
Allen Lew. L.M Tilia. Le-.tuir I iJrr-o.
CM Willie a Allra. ly
I Co.vcario 1 I
j t gallant furn-.istle, and these are iiiotitl by a
'di.i-k-hoii.-e, which runs along the centre of the
l stur ilii k and has a double sci of steering
.!.. .f t.... 1....,. ........... I 1. I'..... .owl nt't
... -.. "ir. " V, .. ...i". ..,,
; this contrivance rcitly rulucir.g the lalH.r of the
1 men at the whu'ls in In aw weather,
j The su-aiiiship is pr..j Ile-l by a jair of dirci-t
, acting horiz-iiital trunk ciiiuii. of lioiiiinally r.0
, hor' jier, and e.in.-tructiil with the latc-t im
I j.rovemetits in surface condensation and lii-d heut
' in". 'He ('idf Paii was latiiichul from the
. 1 building xnrd of Me-srs. Tod & Me iregor, I'at-
. :. 1. i-i . -.i.. :.. I l.-.- 1 ..
in 1 ... em't 1 , i.--.o. nn.i Hi-
wear anotlwr century if necesmiry
ifr. Iin"e. the Kn-'lirh retTi-sH-ntative of the
. ..,. . . . . . .f . , . M . 1 . u ir .....1 1... .1 .lk1.B., w. . . . r t. ...t- 1 .1.. I.i.l
I :Mirz anal v . .nit any, aiiii'itiiion ilia: tie eaiai - o.. .......... r.b
j will Ik; completed and open to thegem-rul navi
1 gatioii of all o.untricst on the first of OctolK-r,
i 1SV. Tin width, Mr. I.nige adds, will then
F- ItXI luetr- (..- Knglisli e.-t) at the water
line, and 'J2 uu-trew (71 Kngli.-h Li t) at the bot
tom of the canal, with a depth of 3 metric (''
Smokers who are su-cej tible to the tffn ts of
i...i 1 i ......1..1 :.. .1...:. . 1. : 1
IlllUllllf r. !-.. ...Iill., Ill II 111,'!, e Ol ' 1 j.
. .i.n- . i.:. .!, . r .i .1. 1 : 1 1.. I n'k, 'dasgow, early
.oi.f-s iih; uiui 11111 a.111.1- 01 in 11 ii.ie ai'iriv . . . . - . .. . i i I
1 it ... ... .. r.- .- i i . r-r 1 nml at tin-tmrt a lew divs alter Uing launched.
aliir.-rerif rttfiolirif atl f.l.H.til... Ill tlirit ..1 I .il-L.f. I .....
"basina" iiiuiincnri d. The heads of the differ
ent trilK-s came forward in parties, and niaik
their short cii:gratiiI.itoiy ad-lre.-xs one by one,
and j.n-ssiited their d .llais. The dresses of some
of these ehiefji wcie most rich and yet groh-sque;
the colors of soine of their lambas were magnifi
cent, and many w.re clon-d silk turbans.
After some few had jirvsentol their basina,
firt tlie 1'reiicli, aud then we follownl the exam
ple. S s-ehcs and a.s.-uniiin-s of loyalty continued
till nearly il 01 1 k, and were closed with a inort
energetic and well reifivisl sjeech from the
I'riuie Minister, and then the j.roccetlings tcr
Iniiiated, having lasted about five hours. The
mass of j.inple was a splendid sight as we looked
down upon it. It was variously thought to iiini
j risc from .;00,lMii) to o(0,(it(. The day follow
ing the coronation the (jiui'ii went down to
liiiahamasiua. which was filled with jple
gathernl together to bold what is i-allnl a la 1:0
natia, a kind !' li-stival or time of general re
joicing. As s i. .11 as the Queen had taken her
phuv. a general dancing commcnci-d or what is
called dancing. Hats and himds were waved and
every one's body was in motion, the (ui-n
standiii" ui and answcrui" the Hiit-le iv a eon
Hi" to .l..5,itHi,lKHi. tlCll protest dl Ins inno
cence, and each gave bail in .C 10,000, with two
sureties of L'o.OOM. The entire bail amonntiii"'
to tl20,U(K flUl0,0(.)O. Tedious as were the
details of the examination, with long statements
of figures and eouijilex financial ojiei-at it ins. the
close was highly sensational. A great crowd col
lected in and around the Mansion House. The
audience clui-ml the decision of the Mayor and
the amount of bail. The crowd took up the
elm-ring in the street, and one of the witnesses
was groaiinl, j.elted, driven to take refuge in a
cab, and finally had to he jTuteetcd by the jK.liee
from the indignant public.
This witness, one IM wards, is a case. He is a
gentleman of high character and jtositioii, such
as we have a great many of in these daj-s. He
holds a j.tiblie office o:" the highest trust, that of
Public Assignee in the Court of llaiikruptcy.
In this eaj-acity he has a salary of .""20,000 a
vear, ren-iving the proceed. of the estates of
liankrujts, and distributing them among their
creditors. From his financial j-osition and knowl
edge he vvas engaged by the late house of Over
end ft iiirney, to give them advh-e in regard to
loans, etc., at a salary of s2o, 00 a vear. He
n 01 iiiikc. ....... - ... .1
11 ...I II .1..... .1.. . ' e I l.avnii i".p TI.-UO-.I ion iiiS me .iT.ip:
. a. ij. .l I..-,. a-a.f JII V '!. Vfli J I -1 I f f 1 1 1 1 1 1 . I I
ItTltllxaiH IKK.1I IK
fcalf liie'i) hr. i anil 4il ( ..!') tuer.
r i)ii: itov::
I In iUn-f .-, via.. ( Sawlr taift-Lli b-.rv
ii n ni an. I
TV C r I r iUfmm ka.' iW.-a .l-pt'l aflr mrrfu? rm-arati-in
o iu:n.i all ilrKmplixna tj llrr lii
wtf' War I'r BM.risa.vwt. It Man-Url RIM r
.twataailiaa tn Itriil.l tmj. ami -r not
i . i . i . ... . I . 1 . a, 1 mM . .. ... . ..... ,
Im all .thi-r y-tn nt Miitr llrrrrla latJiatf Killr. a-lraei nt Clillnns
Paniguay, the amount is 2 tTciit. In tint of
f M.iry bn-1, : of AI.-ace. ::.L'l ; of Kentucky,
G ; of Yirginia, ().f7. and of France, .'.'.tt jk t cent.
S'lne one att.u k tl.e I lev. II. I". Il.de f -r pub
lishing a et..ry in the K-t"ii .trr.ii-. iu whieh
he cntrivr to cliange the si-x of a baby in two
a . a .
1 i.e ria'iy ;; t- siren a iy
ThiT ar. th'. flWapat Cartri.lie. anoaik. carrvlniC their Ar ! and WakT UI a girl, and Colltiliuesi a girl throllgh-
lBitt..n. ami mu wMly .f M-taJ. ar W alrrpru..f ai.J ou the UlLuwe of the story. This is tlothin ,
loi(ifri.l.l. la an rlnun4. . i,.. i. . i s - . . , -
I , . , . . . ays' the I ittsfnirgti ( mat, to an c.irlur
B.ir Crtrl.lir 1 a.(-mpt',f all the- .-., p-iekml wilh I , . . ,, , . , , ,
at .ith.it rui;-t.a. an.1 iuu:r.i t-.r iu-ori.iu iu Cartri!(-t jKriorm.ince oi ne i.ev. ii.ue s, wnere i.e imkw
nx r.r pickerel on Sun-
by Cart. James Kcnnnly, an exisTieniiil se.iman.
I who hart liad charge of the Iargtvt vi-ssS'U bui t, in-
eluding the tlrtnt t'nltrn, and wlio, monnver,
I enjoys the envialih- title of Commodore of the line.
'Tlie otin-r ofiin-rs are r Mr. Mathcis..n, chief
olfpt-r ; Mi-srs. Freloii, Stn-et and I luck-hury, as
sistants; Ir. .lohii Kavanagh. j-urser; Pr. I. lack.
j'hyician, and Messrs. Hamilton and Ki ld, chief
tinual motion ol her haisls. lins was kept up i iuni time, also, to iimmie a i nm-ior in v omiia-
f.r alniut five ininiiles, and then all was still ' '"cs, and to give his valuable assisfam-e to lM-rsons j
again. The effect of this ilancing wns strange.
There vvas n t the energy and enthusiasm ofKng-
li-h clieers, but it was rather
le-s. for ab.-ut three hours dillcrciit jirties
came and danced I -clove the (,uecu, and then the
nsi-embly broke uji.
Nien.f Il.trrCarlrMjn. -4 1W. 1 tOvulrinf
i jK-rl"rm.ince of the Kev,
! a mall f.-h throll"!i the
Maf4, in la H- M.M--ty y. diiy. aivl on Monday lnaki- l.iiu Ihk? in his field,
IM t'arlr I4jr.t r Lrtiwhi-aa Rrs,m of Ii m. M. all without any variation in the course of nature
matt J . Itaire.
An Illustration of Advertising.
to whom Overend & (Jurney made heavy and dis
astrous loans, and from them he received some
s."lo,0H0 n year more, with occasional j resents,
such as a yacht, or such trilling token of esteem.
He knew tie suTets of great Conqianies and
business hou.-es, and made hi knowledge profita
ble. Overend t(Jurney were in his jivver. Ro
that he could, as one of the firm says, have made
them j.ut up their shutters in twenty-four hours,
IxTore they sold their bankruptcy for several
millions. When, nt the close of the first year of
Mr. Ivhvards" valuable advice, or more valuable
CASTLI V COOKE,
coysiSTiKG iy part of
1 MOSKKAC nKXI.MS,
Am.k. ai? Blue Prills,
Atnixiki-aK Itluc C.aton.,
Amoskeag A C A Tick,
James Mills Blea. Cottons,
Aniosk.-ap Hickory Ftripo,
Atunakonir ltlne4-4 Cottun,
AraitL.'K L nbloachoJ Cotton,
AmoskcaK Fine Phirtiup,
Amaskeag Brown Drills.
TiritKF.Y RED AXD Rl.ACK
llnid rr:illo Damask !
( .il.ir Tuh",
Ox Yoke, 4, 5 an.! 0,
Three IIoop I'Ail.,
Thr."e I.xp Paititeil Tubn,
A FEW KXTRA IIKAVV
( ralial Mr an.! I'Im Flrr ('arlrU.r.,f rn
alar nf ouna, K.lira, an-1 Krrolrr.
iuliUr WaC'rpeni.f awl C B Cap. W ir C.rtri.l- l r kill
tna; !. ax kmic .tiacancr nt W.l.lini l laipru. the
rwnsma" "f lira , an-1 aver iIkih:! iptiun of rp-ftui( and Mili
i:i.r.v n u it ii nts,
tirmy'm lata Rm1. larf.a. V. .
tjt WIlOLKSALr O.ILV. malr
Royal Arjricaltaral Society of England
1. : 1 c r : r i : : r 1 (; -1 ti 1 .
rilllK KO 1.1.(1 V I ti IMIIZK! wkri:
m Aaaril.il lit
J. &. F. HOWARD,
Ilrltaaaim Iron Work., lied ford t
ni f 'r rV.ai. i r thi. rt nifv f r g-nrrl orr.Mr-.
'rl S.rt fnaf ftr IIk S V CV..oV f..r Ujhl Li.n.1.
Tin. fn rie fc.r th rwt 9u.f ,lI -f f i-r l rarfi.
Th l is fr r thr rt rin fUmuft t,t Li(tit LanU.
Tl I fit r . -r Ih- r.. S.I'm.. .1 n- .
th f r .r In kv.t llarr .a II.wm- R.ik.
Tli f r aii.i only rVaw tlv H rt-'am l'u.n.tni( Apr-
ri h- 9 .nn.nl m.lr'ta ..a.
Til I IrM nn. ih.1, rru .r Irv Imm ll iyl Strum Cutt ot-.
Th fir.t an-I r"ri r lh t-1 St-am llrr-.a.
Thr fin an. I oni frw -r llw f-t nm Min.t!.i.
Tha 8.1 vr .l(.-.lKi for llVrtr ralxrvt t j H-nU-r
J. r. HOW .ftp TUT KKCEtTir
Tfa rint Prtes Oar m4 Prlr, aJ a Mlirr
Carrr'ni ..IT lin.t --ry P w l.r aliirri lts- r.nnpt.l. an-1
Una aArr tru.1 to a.t w.rv an-I (rulua(r.l .rr ksuao.
(47 l4n n.a
A Book which should be in Every Library :
CITIIN AUDI T 20.000 HAWAIIAN
Wur-la, ana KnU-.U ..)mRc;i.iu, asiI ,
la Easll.h-Hjwallja tartaUr. ! f branalasira! ;
TjHc af lliitatlral Frtt.
C-Hinil ia M..-. . .
B-Mtiul ia ll-'f l"rnci-i.
For Ue y
I'lthoiU II'itL' e" 1 tJ'lttln'l lu Ij,mh,u i'f
ytmn. TRt'BKR Co , rutrrorter Boa.
Ami ''" ' -'"" Y' "f
M-rwa. BARXtS Co. J.-I.p St.
ALM) TOR HM.K.
ClibapS Ifjwailai jb4 EarlUU Parj-e Ck.
Tla Her. Mr. Murray, a young man nn-ntlv.
1 ncttlnl over tli; l'atk-strect Church in Kt-ii,
I mart led hi staid jari!i. .iiers the other Sunday
by inserting a jetiti-.n in I. is prayer that the
J IyiPl Woul-I al- ble th. Iiiid.ll-agis fc.-nah-
I in the t-oti'Teg-iti..n who-., youthful Is. pes kid
J been di-aj j.iiiitnl.
! It is an ofrence t- sj iii.kle salt on the mow iu
j 1 i.iLi.l. Ij hi 1 ; but our ..I lb.- stm t railnul o-m-1
inits iva.IeI tin ordinance on the suhj.ft Iat
j week in an itig.-iii.si manur. A tart, vvh.is
j tl-mr was j-uin-turc.1 with many h -I."-, w:i- fiiiol
'with su!l, and t!a-n -v-re. with ki. It wn
! then driven over the route, and sj-rinklcd the
! track by an i-lent.
tjttniliy m l..ls hive rci-ntly !i-n ctablishe.!
in the (ire-k Church. The Holy Synod I. a given
a formal di Ui n thit there is nothing in Sun-Liv
, seh...!- which is contrary t the f hurcli law-, o'r
reju-Iicil to f hun h orlrr. f ons.ijiientfy, Sun
day MdiooN liive I..111 otciicl in la iiiy v ilia f r
1 religious in-friuti in ! tie i"-.i.ints. In Mine
jari-hrr iri tlie ( .ovi-riimct.t of amam as tn.:iiy
' as IMm) or 7"" jasaiits livc come t-ig"ther. Toe
i priest rta l to tl.em hi-: .tied part- of the (: l
: Ii-s.tam. tit an.1 exj Liiih .1 j-a-r-ag-f. of the (--p.-L
The j.-a.-un:- are said to lie Very attetitive and iu
1 On ( 'hri-tmas d.iy tlat-n wa a g-in h-r j tilling"
; near 3Iar!ialI. Ttvi. !y s mi-take in t.um
l"t, ta urt!.ct".ii'.iM:.l... Wyatt II.iw!i..ro'ig!i
, and a young inan nam.! Seullcn. starti! tr m
: oj -ite j.iiit at the eatae time, an-1 traveling
j ut.-icr whip and pj ur. their for-cs ran violently
itog.-tl.tr uinU r the limb from which the gm h r
was u.-"tnli"i!. Tlie sliock was severe that fs-th
hordes were k tlie. I on the ejnt. and the ri h i
thrown t the gr tin-1 and so Im-lly injurt-1 that,
for a time, tlit-ir lives were dcsjain"l of. There
were no r iritit -u li pi- r i ti ti e gr- und. an 1 all
jortics were d.i!y sober.
An in-Iividual iri It-rliii io: h rt..k. t.n a wag r,
to sit for f-ur hours iu a b.irU r's window with
out moving, in J lace of the wai figure cit-t tuarily
disj laved there. At thr.v ill the aftcri.-xti fie
aj jearnl at fas j--:, dri-rH! in a white sl u t an I
with a huge v.ig en his head suniioiirirc-l with a
fez ca. livery tCort wa.- made by the bystander
to luake him sliow s-.iuc s:gt. of life. Street kiys
were tempted bv the promise of large rtwanlr. to
I make their n.ost ri ii.-.il us grimace, and ad-Irees
' him in all s-rts of furny sjt ti hes. but all iu vain.
) He renin irn-d imm vab!e until the el -k struck
: t-ven, when he r.ise. k-iwcl gravely to the :i-icm-
blel i row I. and rctitcd into thcth.-p
This fuH? ocean steamship combines iu her con
struction all the rtn'iit improvements iu naval
I arcbiti-eturc ami steam engineering that have to
the j.rcscnt lav bifii fully demonstrated. She
was om-tructc-l both in hull and machinery by the
J eminent marine firm of James I "forge 'I'homiroii,
i- . -i . - r. . i. ii . r i.
I oi ; is. h no.iy 01 wrougui iron platen 0111
. and a ouaricr ineii in wuckucss, na.- a roiiisi stern
'and a head of a d -mi woman. Her length on
! deck is .".."s fift. brea.ilh t f beam -I-'I f -it. depth
J of hold 17 feet inches, f,:m thru-decks, i bark
I rig.if. and ll.llo tons burden, old measurement.
I He- aeoiiutiUKlatioiis lor jas.-ngers are extlemelv
siicioit-, and are tittnl with all the e. .tivciucii. i's
that t xt-erii nee could di- tate. The i.i iiu sal sin is
i elcgmtly furiii-!ie.l. and is ..f such extent as to
' ts-at witli ti.tnfort over -iiM! is -nger-. Its il.-c-s-'
rations and j-nintins arc in the highest style of
art, suggi-stive of t-aev, iiot t-xccllnl by many jar-
lor in j rivate mansion... 'I he lnoiive i-.uer of
; the Rusi't consists of two direct acting engines,
the cvlindcts. of each being eighty-six inches in
' diameter by thru fu t nine inches stroke of pist..n.
' Sti-sim i generated by lour tubular iMiilors that
have water tt..nis. " Her j mj l!cr is ninetn n
I feet in diameter, has three blade.- and i- of cast
j iron. In iiiti., both in-lcpt n.lciit, steam, lir-,
bilge and hand pniti), anchor, liats an-1 every
, eoiin-ivahio (s.ntriianct that i. siiggi-stive of safety
thi . .-I i fully supplied. T.ie prineiil ofiici-rs
of the ,'. an-: C.ij t. Thin. C.M.k : Chi.-f of
ficer, U". (.ill ; Chief l.i.gin"r, John Wats-.n.
! 'lh.-e who arc at all interested in the result of
' the race, and who know the exact time at which
b'to rt--.imcrl.-lt the j.irt, will rcmemls r that
the City of Pun started a kilf an hour Inf. re
her arrival, and from the start the lcts. stood in
her favor, although n-t t- s.i grt-at a degTn' as to
make ejceiiljt-.rp -n thcri-si.lt very Ktnguine as
to which Would the victorious Vet l. I he
City of Pan !.cat the i 'u'i-t a vear ago; but it
was urg.sl at the time by the Cun.ird Comj-aiiy
that the race was n-.t a fair te-t. as the CiJti vvas
the sj.iwi-t steamer of their line, while the Cit ,t
of Pan was ti.. fastest ..f the other. Hut n i
such obj.-oti-.n can lv made to the rai"e ju-t e.jpil.
for the A'ui'j is ei-n-i h re-1 tl.e cr.uk" ve el
( hie day. Some years ago, in Rirnums Museum,
New Voi k. in the afternoon, just j-reeeding the
exhibition iu the grand hi ture room, when thou
sands of Soi-le of all ages and nationalities ; silence, Kdmund ( Jurr.ey haudul !iim his salary
tlirong the building, the gre:it show-man noticed ! JL.i.O00 he received it "with thanks"' and cx-
that Mr. A r, well known as one of the j.resstil the hoj. that his connection lith so re-
wcalthiept men in Auicriea, vvas j.iesent, and sj.eetahle a house might not be considered as
that he apli-.ued to lie anxiously m M-aieh of ; ended. 'Friend Kdvvards," said Mr. (lurnev,
s-.iue one wliom he could not find. As he was a , with all the softness and some of the slyness sup
freiucnt visitor at the Miwuin, no j-articular . jnositl to come of (Junker breeding. Friend L'd
iitlciition was given to the fact. Some time after, wards, I don't sec how we can do without thee."
however, Mr. Iktriium again noticed him in an- ' Here is a man receiving an income of .o0.0i.KI or
of the Museum, forcing his way
throiigli tl.e crovvd, and still t-videiitly j.tirsumg
his vain searches. W ill that spirit of aecommo-dati-ni
so i-hnracteri.-t ie of the man, Mr. ISamum
apj roaehe.1 him t-i oll'T any assistance in his
lower, when Mr. A r jitulantly axo-ted
' Mr. Itanium. 1 am discouraged. I have
been here more than an hour looking for Mr.
M , f l..st.n. I have scarchi-d your Mu
seum through seven stories from c-lhr to attic.
I knovv he is here, but to liud him in this
crowd is impossible. Can you or any one else
tell me why it i- so many ju j le come here?"
There"., nothing more easily accounti-d for,"
replied I'.irnum. Ir tlie first place, I get soii.e-
i . . .....
si'iO.OOO a vear. chictlv
holding his tongue, who
lactam testimony, and by his r-ticenec
cetlulne.-s, more than his admission.-
for bad advice, or for
ippcars by his own re-
been taking bribes on all sides and betr:ivmg all;
tru.-tcd by ( loverniiient. borrowers and lenders,
companies and clients; jid by all to prop-it one
ag-aint-t the other; levying black-mail all round.
If the ('iimeys are sent to penal servitude, from
whieh Mr. llousscll, late M. 1'., has just len re
leased on tickct-of leave, on account of continued
and hopeless illness, what ought to be done with
the financier of the jenod, Mr. Kdwanlt? .V.
thing worth seeing, and then make it known that
I have got it. Ti. tit's the whole secret. '
Nonsense." said Mr. A r.
Well. I am hajj'V to
such g. 1 abits. hut
( of the Cunard line.
r.v the C,
TIIK TIVK .V Vt'K
of Pun, or rit'tcr
I time, calculating the !i urs in rcgu'i.T order lr m
, the m I::cnt s!:e left this port till s!ie is sai l to
! have arrived at ( .ieen.-t .w n. is eight days, tilt.i n
i hours fifteen minutes, ,.r. i!,-.aeting f mr
hours, and fifty minute f-.r toe dilh-rc ii e of time
U-tWccti this j..it and (,'tieMit -vMi, eight days.
. eleven h-.urs and five minute. When it i- taken
I int. i e-.nsi Icr.it i -ii that the w.t.thi r -lining the
Willi oeenpii-d III crorlllg the o.ia!l by t!ie-e Mil
te:iiiiers iiuit have be. ii ijt:i:c b.,i- r-.u. the
T li o h
have g .t in the hu'ut ot coining Jicre, and would
conic any way. 1 d-m't 1s-Iieve iu advei ti-iiio; ; it
amount- to a very little ; that's mv oi inion."
learn that ji" .j 1; have
now, to nuivince you
that y.Hi arecntin-iy mistaken. I will dojust a
little advertising f.-r voiir own tsjuial lK.-iielit.
and then y.u may 1. iudun-- to change vour
min 1 .ii that J-out."
Thus saving, Itanium stepjel to the d-y.r of
thehi-ture r-s.in, el .n-ly follovv.il by Mr. A r.
In fp.nt was a sea of upturned faces ansiotisly
awaiting the rising of the turtain and the com-
m. iKi inciit of the J la. While Mr. A r
wns wondering in what way advertising c uill Is
done t. benefit him. or how any one couM dis
cover his friend in s ic!i an immense throng, :
li.iruum stej sl hjh.h x. seat an 1 said : '
' Is Mr. M . f iJost-.n, j.resent? If he
is he will obligo me by coining this way." '
Iu a m 'tueiit a man arise iu the audience, and
eoiumen.-ed linking his way towar-ls the d .or.
Now," aid iLirnun. "ymi have sji-nt over
an li-.ur trying t find r. man whom 1 have found
f.r y-u in !.-. than one minute. Instead of
takitig the easiest and cheajest vvay, you bsk
tlx- most roundabout and costly one. Now,
w henever v. in want anv thing, let is-. .pie know it.
had y.u will s a rely obtain it:
atiVt'iilig to diptf-C of, do the
vvoi.is (;,(-..'. I advertised.
ri:ii i:uk Rt Mti, ikoh Kt uori:,
And Ship Syren, from Doston !
FAMILY GROCERY & FEED STORE
sraiivrGr OTP iogo :
I'F.It KA MOI,
BKST WKMI'H A I.I A II A MS,
tV--s French Cli""..te.
VVr9'..hi!ia Sausi?f, in tins,
Bf st Laer Kai,n9. in t.f & ijr loics,
Nests Marki-t Bak-t.
ICcsi Cruslied SsTJG-An.
Paris Plows, and Extra Points.
CAP AND LETTER PAPER,
! l-:VELrKS AND PASS BOOKS !
Hunt's and Warren's Axes,
PouMp Bltt.l Axe..
i fliiM Irons,
j l..r an'l I'a.Ilork.J,
j Axe Helves, Kc,
AMI A si n iuou
Asuorlmcnt of Kerosmc Lamps !
A I.I. FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES.
I IIKKEIir OFFER TIIK SITM OKj-
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ! 2
The CuUivalion of Sra Island Cotton
IX TniS GROUP, AS FOLLOWS.
1 To any person, native or foreigner, who, during the Tear
1S69, Rrowa the largest crop of Pea Island Cotton, provided U
is not less than 20 bales of 4O0 pound eac-h cf sinned cot to.
or its equivalent in seed Cotton (nay 23,000 pounds iu the teed),
l wuipay tne sura oi
Five Hundre d Dollars in Gold !
2 To the person, native or forelirner. who, during Uievtai
1809, grows the next largeet crop of isea isliind Cotton, U tKt
less tlian 15 hales of 400 pounds each, or I'S equivalent in Ke4
Cotton (say 21.000 pounds in the seed), I will pay the ran ot
Three Hundred Dollars in Gold Coin!
3 To the person, native or foreigner who, during the vear
1H09. grows the third largest crop of Sea Island Cotton, if Drt
less than 12 rni-s of 400 pounds eaeh, or Its equivalent in teed
Cotton f say 16.000 pounds of seed Cotton),! will pay ttiesnBot
Two Hundred Dollars in Gold Coin !
The only conditions annexed to the ahove ofT.-rs. u Air art
oi.en to all. are that the Cotton shall l Hawaiian grown. a
pure merchantable article of the isea Island variety, to be ac
cepted as such, and purchased by the undersigned at cone tit
prices provided it ranks as first quality ; and that the eUua
ants of the sums offered shall have actually cultivated so4
grown the Cotton, and not purchased any part of it from others.
In case of doubt, satisfactory proof will be require.1.
Tins offer will remain on till December 81, l.'9.
July. isii8. coos) u. m. w nrrxKT. '
18 6 9.
Steam in tlic I'siciJic !
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For the North Pacific.
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Established in this City as Agent
leading Aiiieriiau and Faropran
.llarazincs nml .VeivsnaiKTS !
Enjoying Unrh'tilletl Fiicilllies fur Supplying Sub-
seritit'rs tit iass (st ami inth greater regu
larity than they can Main (heir
Peritnliruls (hrtnnU any
Tlie undersigned solicits the continuance of the nalrooacvV
his friends and patrons, who will lie served with prompt dcm
and entire satisfaction, even in the smallest matters.
As the steam line will be fully (Mtahhshed after the lit of
January, 1SHS, NEW YOKK AND 1-ONOoN PLULiCl
TIONS will be furnished to sulwcri tiers
Within SO lo 4 it .lay froui tbc date? !
And at prices that barely cover the cost of the subscription and
Notwithstanding the incn-ase of American iMulape, I bll
com. nue to supply my subscriber nt the old rate., excepting
ioi few of the minor publications, on which Uie prices
have bean changed, as indicated in the following list.
A discount of 10 per cent, from the schedule prices will bs
allowed, where over twenty-five dollars' worth of ri.alk-all
are sul.scrit.ed for at one time and paid for iu advonce.
As the American and Hawaiian i-ostagcs now amount to four
cents on a single p:i)MT, or il OS per annum, M-rsons who iavt
heretofore obtained their criMicals by tr.ail direct to their ad
dres. will fin I it to their interest lo obtain them through this
Tapers Drlivered Free of Tostagc or other barges
in any part of the (.roup.
Il-ick nnmlM-ri of the leading M igaxine, nlv. of Harper's
Weekly, Ixslie's Illustrated and the Lkik!oii News aluavs on
hand. Files made up at short notice for whalemen and trav
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EXPECTED JiV THE
and if it i-.in l.c
and if vii h:ive
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Casvs Grnun.l Sage,
Cities tiro-are! 5. Savory,
C..-e. Fr-h Corn Starch,
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Kfs lirl liastrrn Hiinl Apples,
FOR SAI.K AT LOW F.sT K AT lis 1!Y
f".'- lm I. I5AKTI.KTT.
tTKII TO .( (lKr: I ICOM 'H
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