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G O M SHCB OX AL .
T m.ary evuW. t fcta sr-n the ! W iwl cuauaetU
! r rnl a. in eonneetiwa wita effrt ss,a nrrase
ll r f mini m ld advanem aeenans l wsajrshipe ta
fn rwt. a, slwwt there hoa exisW sa Uoanlnsa a paaJe
"l . Ml! seal, whira lu hiol the eS ( rvasVrtns; SSuary
ran Uvly scarce ami li(ht '
l" la putt tr Vvsrs, Sat-taius sf whuWs have b""en nM
- ia alt rhn atoavy r-nuil re ieMt
trail llir shir swnrrs Irma 1 ! ft sr rnt rmiuas
.n it ni, a.irx'M thrm. a Urfn serpvriB IMea; at par
i ?i ; r rn. ff-niianu Tfcm Am probaalv hern stiftrfe
rsroTt aii-t Ail nftrrynvi.
Tv Tr ih h. unvJI. r thao aMtai, tut th aavmat
M JtUt I.M )MU iaS fc " J"W r"JJ
a ' mpt, fc.ovr. bm Us It iha rats of
rHj at .! p t nL, i the fri'Omt Itnl tare a a
autrtr l fHrt ! tS- dnwanda si !! aaaun; mrrx.
1h. . naturally tMurrt ..sw-r.M fr-elir. mwn tn) to
N'tn'i . km k-'rpwa the :. nns m ny fssialr,
Mix.n fxr.sivt th ttottrnl "Mn IW1
-tn of. alnnM ) h Ijk.
It n n aiiltrnlt nM.un l)w lwr, t UOl !! M
nr( riarph Uh Ikw WU-IHI im IM mmmj
h i, vitl tmiiir a ttw kilk l lb arvU cm m p-t
hi lri bU. ,4 tw-.l fc ttfmt prrvma, W b au(
ii mi" tHMt nnartMwnf. n mU waKdlbiliU
n tit ffl jnirt o rt'h"-"1 b-ihl by eriilml
"it SrK M(. Ttfiwr imt vfd la Ik Tlil BVk kAitm
lh axftir I hi I thy r nijl pmtrhaim nl
V i 4il M i)m nt' -ninlrf m J.n r hi cli
) , an aA nf M Kjdf io W JI it(Kr, r whal it
.V. Ut'-f ti f r-uwuiK to Jndfy tin tl MHiM
.k4 ivhoit-aliip .pt..MH pay a liBbr nf W JT (. !
l a-IVt kav miknaif.l mvn.lj tnnUMm tmmtfitol Ua
lu nf Um ff il ', lh caaa oUl M dirf-nl. Bil ry
t kuuw Hutl llicra ia aa mwl to iha plaea aca-
ti-ra w loo ma.ih CN lt M ant a Wjr . tam
ftn.f. ajxi liab.rairliKaa lhara lacauaitiy aa lxmyerj
-r'-iui.y an na Ira 4aj a Ula (Utfirt bao aaaiarV tilla
will U l ui m wi, ait para-isa riiHtruil aa al ra al f
' TU- rtTt a ii- a-m,. a. a..il I iv aum.y ak.t, i
aa a iw ifvi pnrkiil a aw, will rt, aa4 pma
:u m tiia InO-M l h avmj. Sly liberal fcati tuit
. alt waalMuom. by iifawan( liwa avaay ami anp-
-. tha ViW'ol ' pfi.. m- aaa aMremil bs altrart-
. k ILa bn ibipa mturh tlt a f M f.anrtaca, aal It
ba ill aiiu of alt cuacrrnni In alauintf tacaunrr-
aapnriiy at iha pri bM ibai tu l caua b giw
, k . , . i
;awmayat mp-tunt. ptauiium. an-1 ba compUtRil j
maDW aa.rh ui ap. iba plana l tb Baah t a. It
9 apno au nUty itftaaiilrra, aiarrhanM aa.1 eitiaaaa
Uy la fruwn lua any atomip t pi. (nfcl apv aa la
& mult ! aura a owuaa UI bat I oaapat Iba aarnara
taa' f tha wauirra b r-Mt tavarra a pruurt laroMclra
Vi hufbn auw prraaata ttxr amiut artttty of aur aaiuma
FiiMf antmia, wbra taa mI k! taa waaltaf aad wtareaaat
ltfta ara la part. Nearly aaary aaIuU tA t waarf a
wc; t by alii pa diwhsrf lug ar rcrvtvtng: cargo aoi ainki-f
A t amb of whalnibipa, whu-a ara out oa tirt t xirlh )ar,
atUag aw rkiJfi.rO. TUa aa.p Cfpto a aaarly
k.aib I WHS ail anil bona, ol will probably aatl aaal wak J
.a K(ri. Tl ahipa aa Diaaxt (Iraot Man
fra iata) ami iha "mi ((mwt Boaton are r?aty to coaa
am j tootling, ami will muX r taa mim port. 1
T Aawrwaaaliip S mrtlm ariivii mm Moolay from Wyil
n' . ail cnalna alify paawne-ra S Maa Fraraciacix Aa
vi S w a aufla -r bci cnala, and m trri!it f U New
)t. But la cuprnac a(trinlui Iha Urg bvatber af paa
ta and Ui anrvrtaiitty "t afclaiiuef a fall cargo tt ail, da
ICapl llaaiparya pexmil cw to taa Fraaciacg lur
b pot I tm aailml oa Tauraliy , laaln( a tmaO SuuL
aabrabipa aaaa altaurd Iw arrtre fnccly Iha put work,
larra ara aow la port abatl f rty. Sis rawtaia awt to ae
a Inaa. aoia of wlwck may Wave gone la Iliht ta frcraii.
Kali tae only fl at al or prntaMy. Taa 0rt bring
aO ia pun. the priacipal demaail tr money, fee paytaf
i nmoicevwut auoa sw aver, wacw tne rate ot excaaneewui
W to par aa b luener araaooa, and drafts Will be bard to
la at that Stare.
I are wutmat ftirrher advices from Sua rrancisco thaa
e report-" last week by the .V array, but II la not laipeob
i that tome China bnwnd veaacl nay loach here during the
- tins; week. The mail steamer will be due oa Muoday, ike
l OUURCUC ITLN3.
'ntalura srtl lr Iwwive and a half cents a bushel ba Iowa.
brlg Blannrfta baa arrived al Sua Franc it
, from the
- Hotas, sea. vsitlt TIJXkW Ln4Qb. maklne a lutal thna lVr tjr
il.- araana of S-U,0OO. with tae teirn7a. iVid UmxtUt and
Mti SI'tr yet to arrive.
raa tahvrapa rvnnria tba raoripo nf th Vntnn Pacillc Rad-i-
.d r i imiV-r al s7-K,7'tv. Thuaa Angnat were only
' Ul."9i The inr reuse shown, whir b ta over 3U per cent. m
.u.tda la Iba Cars of a ennatderable reductioa of charges. This
u.. I strng'hrcs ilia argnmrnt ia tvoc of further reuoctiuos on
-..lb anda of Ilia fat'iuc KalUoad.
The Pacific R utroada are arw Iraaapartfng awmtgrant pes).
..igara ihrnagb Irwi Mew York to Hu rrancisco at 7i la
r irrancy i and Iran Otuaha t2- It lo sutd that the nutn
I ' r ef Immltrruila haa averag-d ! a day, but thcae do not
iaa ibroaga. Many stop wif la I lab, .Nevada, and some
piooably go into the more northern Tern tor lea.
It la anly within the fatal S-w years that man baa euceeeded
in metals paper ant af wand, and even now the process la not
f.r KilcaUy a sui'cpsarul one. tl the aoraeto tltuaa "natural
p par makers front the beginning of time. aa a writer S-llct-i.
ualy called tto-ra have beaa making a kind o tuogb, grey
w uarpruf ai-r out at woud every siuumcr from the moat l
Poa Pa pee M .hav Nvmhrr ST.
ra III l fur I'auahi, Momlay or Tiasaday.
Poa Kawrtct Per ka Xai. on Monday.
PORT OP HONOLULU. H. I.
hr Odd Pctlow. Marrhanl. from Itawaii.
CI 7 Haw oh bk Count ttiamarrk,
f arctic, wttb lorn bbls wh at
7 Am w bb Joha t'arver, Woi
, with M bbla wb od awl 14 I
7 Haw oh bk Count Miamarrk. Uallman. from the
ad and It.OuU Its bone.
urtb. front the Arctic,
' . wiit. .mi. .h w Bia, if.vwr LL. m ouvpr
Am wh bb Ha Camming. Ilalaey, fra the Ocbotak,
- w iui im awa wa au an! ma aiwaa.
.'7 Brit ship- Royal Sawn, Tucker, 3 day a from Son
i a Am wh bb Antra Barnes. JrtTrrf, frnm tbe ArrUr,
itb U' bol wb ad sad II.ihn Ba buna.
I Aai wb abi Ciay Head. Keilry. Irons tha Arctic.
I a lib 1 boiw walrus ed, l,oi bbla wh ed and
luot It a bona.
"-a wa oa iiie;ar. rmm, rrum tne Arrtie. with
I PI sola walrus au, bbla w b od and 9 ,000 Its
Aa wh bb Slareagn, Little, front the Arctic, with
liWBDia wairua au, now sola waaUand 14,000 !&a
1 Am wb bh Emily Mgaa. Dvstrr. fmw the Arctic.
un riv aoia wauua ou, SOW Mat wa ail and
3.U0U fh biaie.
S Aat wb bb Nile. A Ben. frnwt the Ocbntai, with Sad
bbla wb ail and 4 WS ff s bone.
SWbe flattie. ika, from sXawai.
a Am wa anlp CalUbeoia, Waal, fraaa the Arctic.
wilb Tad bbla wb od and U.M0O INt Boo.
S tint sbip J-iha U Himmock, Vvmchel, 2i di)s
Imra Saw Franelacm
S Am ship Bertha, llm?breya. So Jajs from )yd-
nvy. M. W. '
.-h M d Reiki. Nape, Croas Maul,
a H.rhr Warw irk. John burt,fimas l-amd.
a rt. br Marawtkawal. lakatd, burn Maai.
n Mcbr Mary. Kasi, frbas Kaaid.
9 Am wti bb Helen rttar, Campbell, fnaw the ArrtiC,
with SO ap. 1.IXW bbla wb ail and 1S.MW Its bat.
Am wh shia Uibrra-a. Ladlw. free thw Arctic,
wHSj 75 able ap ad. SOW bhla-kaiL. lVooo ft bona.
9 Am wb bb , Lawrence, froaa ibe Arctar, wilb
) bMa wb ad and T.OuO a bne.
Am wb bb John, lUrarbuxi. betden. fraaa the Arc
tic, wttb 2 tbto waiua ad, lJtf bote wb ail
and 1S.0OO Iha bone.
9 Am wb bb Jaw Alien, Willi, from ibe Arctic, with
V bbla walrwa ml,7M bote wb oil. aad 13,000
9 Am wb bb Trident, Green, fr.ao tbe Arctic, with
1,200 tMa wb ad and IT.Ono fta bone.
S-Aw wb bb I1nry Tabcr. rackard. from the Arctic.
with T30 bMa wb ad and la.000 fte bt-ne.
aVbr Aania. rat;, front Hawaii.
9 Haw wb bb Jakaa, Hepptngnome. from the Arctic.
wilb 7w bbks ep ed, 'J7b bbla walras, l.wwa bbla
vrb ail aad U Oia) pa bnoa
-e bb A J rope. Plsaae. 119 daja fraaa Bremen.
Am wb sbtw fiao HwwUad, K do Ira, frwm tb
Arctic, with "4 bbla aaod,llaO bbla wbodand
It.ooo ma bwe.
Iw che Aetree, Mafttaw, fraaa flaweH.
lis McbS Iluhaia, PwaoU. bawt M4aal.
1 Am wb bb rrigreaa, Uowdea frara the Arctic, with
MOO bote wb ad aad US00 9a bone.
1 Am wb ship Jaawa. Sawib. frwm tbe Orhetak, wrttb
SO bbls sp oil, :0 bbks wb ail and UMI (ba bone.
t SJ. br Mary Ellen, Crane, from Maai
11 tchr Kamatle. Baltaatiar, ftnm Maid aad MolnkaL
11 acbr mare, Weat. Srwa Hawaii,
la Ass wh bk A arum, Saroea, front the Arctic, with
aO bbla wnlroa ad, SOD bbla wb ail sod 17,0oe
X Ass wb bb M.iasiM fiaanra, WUcws, from ibe Arctic,
with id sp oil, looe bbla wa od sat IXOuo Iba
12 Ass wA bb Ativer Crocker, Fahr. frien the Arctic,
wttb SO bbla walrws od, 900 bbla wb oil, 14JM0 lbs
IS Am wb bb Ells ftwdV. BUeew. Crass tbe Arctic, with
SOU bbla wb ad and 14,000 ma bone.
12" Aa wb bb Lagoda, swift, (raws Ibe Arctic, with
75 bbla wb ad aad 10,000 . boac.
IVfrVhr Ka Mot, raarers, Draat Mawt.
10 eVhg PauabU Bii bones, from Hawaii.
Id wear fairy Uaoan, rtmltb. froaa Kauai.
13 Xbf Laka, ilatoVJd. from Ksaai
a Hche Nstrla Merrill. Cluaey. tat Maai.
wear Ka Mol, rowers, tw Maui.
a rtehr Uwana. Malwaabelrbrax, ir Mobikai.
a Srtl ship Royal flason. Tucker, (sr Baker's 1 stand.
a Mcbr Warwick. Joha buO,bie Muiokai.
-SVbr IsabaOa, ft Maal and limit
a SVhr Martlda, BcmU, aw Maul aad liawaii.
w echg Kiaeo, VVahia, foe Maoi.
a wchr Hatbe, X Jta, Pw Kaaai.
cb Koan Jacket. vVaitAwd. fee Hawaii.
IO SWbr Odd rrllow. Marebaat, fne UaarsuV
10 web Mary. Kaai, w Kaaas.
11 Am ship ltha, Humphreys, fee Saa Franciaco.
It AVbs bat Caiki. Nape, foe Maui.
11 SVhr A aiue, Paty. Ine Hawau.
Xi SVhr Active, Melliab, r Bawaa.
I ym UmtU. Unfile mf
e Lae reoriteJ frora Cpt. McK
pi. McKeuzie tbe iv
iag account of the lies of this Teddel
We left Point Harrow , Arctic Ocean, at dajlight
on the morning of Srpt. COth. aif 1 put away for
tLerin Straits wilb tbe intentioa of leaving the
tt. ha flog ail our coaLs fu!L Tbe wind was fresh
from the X. II an-1 tbe weather threatening. At 'J
A. M. lost light of tbe lanJ, and j'J'Jed from the
rate at which the ihip was going, that we ibculd
ps tbe Fea Horse l.Lmd before noon. We were
steering through scattering ke all dy. and about 6
P. JL conluld to heave to tr the night, not juJg
ing it sale to ran. but seeing a heavy wall of ke to
leewarl, thought it lest to get under the lee of it
before coining to ; accvrding!y steered tut tbe most
ra pannage we cmiI see, tut to oar surprise the
ship grounded ia three taboms water. Letog cvoa
tleat that we were txr pvt the Horse IUnds, I
cooclnjed we mu( be cu tbe e-Ige of Elostofo Sbosis.
Imioeiliater took ia all iil aa J tunle every exertion
ia our power target theaLtp tfl, but the night was
so very dirk tl eoM, aiJ the tea to rvugb, that we
eooll accotspllsh aothin;, ao-J about '2 A. 31. found
the ship foil of water tw her lower deck. The sea.
. . . , . ... .
io a tMtg-ui to brek er Lr, evitenD eerjthing
rttwJerio, il UBp.. t:e Ut n lo remain
any longer oo board. " We accordy made prepo-ll
rations for kaving, an-l at dajllgbt lUioi, to our
surprise, by looking from the to-xit-bealj, that wef
were on the shoal oil the nrtb Hurse Ialan lj,
Dot more thaa 1U or C) tnilrs from Pvint Uarxow,
aJthougb we hvl bee a mrtbing 13 hours before a
strong wind with all drawing sail set and supposed
ourseltrj CO or COmtles from that place. Just as
i were leaving me snip, io our great J" J, m snip
am ia sight, running direct! &r us, which proved
be tbe JJiH Carttr. C'spt. Worth, who kindly
k as all oa board and did all that was possible fur
The crew were aiterwam uutnbutevl among tbe ,
Lrks Cows BUmurc. and Horn, and
gave all arrived at tbU port. '
llrparl mf Mhia Jawaa. (
H. H. WarrwT, !J lMr Sir rKaoiaf that yuw are .
i.wals.r.MM .P Ih. etenuof
taa day, wkkh aaakca your JS trtt.tr to valoahte aal Inter- j
eatiaa; to Us reader, 1 Lcrewitb aabcait a bekf repuct of say .
aofunsaate whaling crais. j
lW.e aaiUd from Uao-dala So,. 13ttk,l .nd steered
otf to tae MuVwrt, running dowathrouh U Caroline Croou.
toaehin at several of U UUnd. lor the purpose of obuioine;
nogs and other sopliea. from there eteered Pjc Sew Ireland,
hara e cruised a h.t time, hoc dd not ara any hi-. a- i
pend very !7 !
inmiii of rain, and thaader and Ilchbung lo abundanep. Uan I
do am off Books Cay, and oa the same hlht of our ameat a j
heavy gale came on from the wetteard, which lasud sereral j
djjs. After the gale abated. Fawd ourarlrcs a locg distance I
to the eastward ef the bay, with a strong easterly current and
light westerly winds. Finding it inpoaiihle to heat back to the
bay again, put sway for tbe eireaior, where we saw sperm
f whales once. Captured three, which yirlded eir.hty-flre barrels
i,i .k i . . . i. . .
eenaioo. where we arrived tea. ltxh. Here we fuun plenty of
aaii.tJ axa Sia ws awl hmlaWK t mrm In wfalrtt. sj ftaa4(t erana h.i K.
feoff, wood, trftter, -V- ttlrl from A;en.4a re, tbch mod f
te ue ob anaoo a oay or two w pwrcbjse a tew erccsaaries that ,
were not to be bad st Ascenama. Tbe pilot saul the captain of
the port would be etr immediately, this brinr about the mudie i
of the afternoon. We laid off the barbur notd the afternoon rf j
the following day, and not having rea auy sins of the captain !
ol tne port, or ooarnng orocrr, ana navtng no liine to spare.
sept oa lor japan tea. rant i iniounn reiwten Uie Islands
Ousima and Kakirooma March lota into tha Yeiioe Sea. where
we experienced atocerilo of gales opto tl.e31.tof March, j
when we passed Ihroosh the Strait of Ores. After cntsTUig
Japan Sea, steered to the north along the coaH until arriving
la laC ftl r X , aial long. ja 40' K. Here we saw a small
bltot a aV U liAUcr iUWZl !
iiT- TJ?! 1 k.?T " Il . ".T!
...k r an.i tha nriidoe ra .. TaiLi .. ii I
rtirlKee Muitli. A fte lraina this armn.1 lrl t, l.a
Woodland and W bits Heck. Saw on whales about the Wood
lands, and bat few about White Rock, acd those wild and on
the move. Took our first whale f
trr, hainb i Uicer, bad one t
af the cutting pendants
while catting it to. Mr. Charlrs Fvater,
of his arms broken by the tilling of viae
from the eaaathcad. J one 6th, Ji-t-Q irairr, seaman, died, and
waa bwried near White Hack. The deceased was a native ot
fcavsge uiand. ana agea years. July Btn. left w hiw rWk, .1. tlC lalpp- r.bLiiiiH JustW
aad wen over to the Woodlands again, but met wb no beto-r 11411 laoorer Ooullf In JUbllCC.
sweceM m filling whihaawhe there before. Atoottbe But to our statement. On a plantation uivn
middle ol July 3lr. CarrvH,nrt nfheer, was cmielled tolay by !,.,,,
from duty in coosequeuce of sickness had been ailing since these islands there CXlSt SOinC Of the arorcmeil-
IhelXhvfMay. fat away frum loo W uoaiianda Ju!y Ah, and 1 . .it r- . - ,
arrived ia rVronae Stran July Jh. W bile cruising ' tn Japan thrtied COnsUMCS. On a Certain occasion when
hea. strncb sevea right w ha ka ; drew frn three. Iron , broke t,e rIgnal waa TOadc for the laborers to " turn to,"
Irt-m one. sank one, and saved two; also, took sis humpbacks, i '
ih weather was auusuany blowy and focry. mre so i ban had ! two delinquents were reported and the constables
ever been Witnessed by onw that bad cruised in UVwa waurs al . it . . , , .
number ef seasons. Ine last d Jane and the first part of July Were put upjn their track, and going to their
enorrtug the Mhtsb Sra. steered Sr the Weed ground, but see
ing no w bales there, went oa to the Midas yrunnd, off Cape
L Ikotukjki. Here we saw a few r1;ht wha.'e aurf .track tt
drew from one and captured one i-alao, took threw hoiopnncks.
August AM, Kaeksa, seaman, died, lie was a native of Orum-
awtufs Island i.sed 4 years. tvL 10th. srein no whales, !
pal aoay tar Janett harbor ( ravish Bay) (e wood and water, i
aad to rcXresii Ue crew, as saaay cd theni began to tboar I VTOfk, toM tllCDl U CO to the OVCrseer. TllC Iia
syaiptoeBs cd the scurvy tao cases quite bad. Arrived in I ,- , . . . . , . . .
Janet! barbor S pt.
14ih. On the luUooing day Sir. John P. I
Carroll died, and bis remains were interred the nest day on the
aortb bank of Little Salmon Klver. The deceasnl bcluog-d io
Troy. New York, where 'tis parents and other relatives are liv.
log. His d-ath was caused by heart disease, accumpani.'d with
dropsy. He was Sv years of age. Mr. CarruU was an aide of.
Seer aal a superior whaleman. After leaving Janctt harbor.
Cruised over IM Weed ground, but seeing no whales, worked lo
the south. here we saw a few. Oct. lOOi look one and tank
one t ha flrt right whdrs sreo since Srpl. 3-1. I'oond the
Weather la Uie Ocbubk very foggy op lo tha SOtb f August.
After that date the weather was generally clear, with striate;
winds. I -eft tbe Ochotsk tva Oct. lti:h. ewning out through the
Pdtietb Past.ag'. On the foUuwing day experienced a htavy
gak Ira taa north east, after which bad strur.g wesfrrly galea,
running as dowa to within five hundred mile of the Islands.
Mnee then. Nv. 2d. bate had calms and li.-ld vsriatle winds.
Made the land on Iba maening of the loth. look 0J0 barrels of
oil. Very reap'ctfally yours.
F. C. Ssrta, Master of ship Janus.
Itepvwrt sriiarb It. CwsaauiaKa.
Hailed from llnonruht March 29th, 1VW ; ha. avalerate
wuata oa tbe passage ap. Entered the Ocbotsk May lit,
through the 4Mb paaaaf, oral saw Ire same day. CruUed ia
N. E. Una tiU Auguat Hlh saw fcw whales and they were
very ad.L Cruised for tight whales in the northern Ocbotsk
tiD Oct. 10th t saw lew wtialoMbcre, and took one in laL (4s,
king. 1M o. Came thmofh the froth pasaaje lci. 10th
rmaaed the meridian Oct- otb. ten days cot, in lat. 47 e 4-X
from the merldiaa to bat. 30 a mai of Ibe Hands, slroog
W. and Ji. W. winds, float bU iO tolat.SaO atiiala light
and variable I In 11 15 look the trade, and arrived in port
Nov. 7th, with AiO bbls id oil the season. ruoke bark 1 1 '-rentes,
Howland. Aug. Z. with Sutf bbls ship Janus, 40U bbls, anl
ship Lurpo, ioO tbla.
uuii lrui, Cnta. ItauiST.
Master bb 11. Cununinga.
WHJLCRS AT PJXJ VJ.
From the Panama Slar we gather the follow leg
The American scboooer Aferp AT. .Vaser of Proelncetown.
Mass., Cape. U. Hparhs. last from Mania, Krvador. arrived la
thia prt ow ibe 13ih of eWftemocr. with 76 barrels of sperm
od aad 4-TO of humpback, lor ahipwmt to New York by rail
road, aad brigs boot Aspinwall.
Captain Sparks report the bark Jrttk, haeirg sailed from
Alacamos, luador, oa the 7lh of September, fur spcrat w bat
ing she bad taken jO batrela of humpback.
Tae American whaler 3pm4ui, Captaia Jernegn.of Edgar
Iowa, Mae , hast from the UaUapagoo Islands, arrived ia this
port oa the lllb of September, with 1.1 OO barreta od to be
shipped to New York pee Panama Railroad and brigs.
Tba SptrmdH reports as fuOows i August 1st, apuka Amer
ican whaler M trpmmd Sasoa, Captain Uaramlina, off Ualla
pagoa Islands with LjSuo barreis oil. 600 af which were taken
since tearing Taicahwaaov 1 bde. July 201b, near tiallapagcw
Inlands spoke American obaler Crsyaaaad. Captain Gilford,
af Near Bedaxd, bad taken 1M barrew) since leaving Talca
buana, Chile. Oa obT shore ground, httilnde 1 sooth, longi
tude 10SS west, spoke American whaler Jlsscee, Captain
Mcckinger, wilb 2,6uu barrels od, 100 taken since leaving oaa
The Aaseriraa whaler Carofiae AT. Feof. Captaia Hazard,
of Edgartowa, Masau, bsat from San Francisco, arrived ia thai
port en the Ulb of rVptember, with t"0 barn-la ml, to be
shipped per Panama Railroad and brigs to E. WQlcta, New
Reports having spoken Asgasl loth, eff Esrneraldas, Ecua
dor. American whaler Jrmt. Captaia Cole, with 300 barrels
humpback ail, taken since mat reported.
Fsow Btnii-Per A. J- Ppe, Mot. .
Aacawa,No. 2 Iroet aocahdla
Ale. hhda... Id pats. No.......
Bocks, Are. No 10,000 wire, csks
loo tubes, tUs ,
t LHpxids. ca ,
IS Naiis, ca. .............
COv Oilmen's stores, pkgs...
WO Pasnta, cake...........
7 PrevMtur s, cak. .......
Ii3 Rope, pkgs...... ,
3oO Horara, ka.. ..........
37 Mcaooner. pkgs......
lOt Kates, No
1 BhorAs.pkrs.. .........
Candles, fcss. .........
Clears, Co.. ..........
Casks, ess pty. No...
Dry gaoda, pkgs....
Uessisshaa, No. .....
Eartheaviare, pkga. .
t'amcy gueda, ca.....
SO beals aad hoopa,
700' pkga ......
94 Boasac, bales
Sts Tin. Ingot.... ........
20 L napacifiad aalse, plf.
ICVJ VTlae, pkgs
Wearing spcajTt, pkg..
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13.
Tliw Tonal Enactment nnd lt
Contract and the fxmal enactments by which
thej are inade available to the waster, have hxn
the tuhject matter of much dLscmysion of late.
At the public meeting recently held, the cham
pioiu of the Master aud Servant 'a lair certainly
I apjcarvl at a disadvantage. All their arguments
i were luet and turned back bj thoee whom it is
? r . i , -...1
lair IO BUpe ntIC U IJOIICT3W iu iukik BUV
pr as anjr wfio defended the contract system.
The correi-ondents of the Government organ
have eneervl at the youth of tboe who attack
the "jftein, and contemptuously pj-eak of thera
as juvenile orator ' infected with mawkish
avntimentality." This style of argument may
have its bearing upon the questions which now
agitate the public mind, but we are not so senile
as to see their force. It certainly cannot be
cLtioed that these "juvenile orators" gave
utterance to such sentiments as that the situation
was such that in order to secure labor some plan
i was neremry by which it might be forced ; that
principle was well enough, but that the expe
diency of measures should be considered some
times; that penal meant punishment, and that
imprieinment at hard labor was not punishment,
but coercion ; ' nor did they, to force a point,
utter statements which were proved to be false,
and left the impression that the utterer knew
them to be so.
YaiKiuihed in debate tlie defenders of the
Jtcm DuW resort to their house of refuge,"
the Gaztlt, and attempt by sophistries to make
the won apjear the better part. Une writer in
that fttjr says :
Mln the firat tare. no pmaliy whatever can attach to a
Ufcrra rahaaal la wor k omlrr kia cuolrart. If Im can show
any (lr man oc eaaa tx aocbj rthil . auch aa inautnclral
fuJ or iMigiag. or oilier maltrealinciit on tbe part of hi em
pl?erf and U ia only in extreme raara of raiux-leas, willful,
and ooaimala rrniaaj u work in accbnlanca with his Cuotract,
entrrrd uo vaiunurily and InlelUenily, thai lh tight lo In
oL Ike aiJ tf the coercive claaara. iiml bim can have any
! rtwran. M an eiiij4. yre arreaird on a charge of
lx ta duly, or dibrdiCTice 4 orJcra, when bruti jhi iair a
District or Police J oat ice. baa, under tbe iiui of bulb tbcao
Vcis. full power hiatanlly to termluale hta bnriaijomeiit
bv cnfax-niin lo rvlnrn lu hia employer and reaiiniing bia
its rrfuaai r dtawbcdirtm-, be i.u -tui, dogrdiy. in hta
o w.k f -r lh- UTrrninctit aa cotnpniaaiiun bar the exrnae
of his niaiolrnance and ixber oats. Is It, 1 ask, Lur or reaaoo-
ahte todenoaure TUIT a the luiroJunUry aenriloJen lor-
hatden by Iba UaMtatitalaaa, whlcb auaie ol cor Ju vetule orators
return lu bis aHniance, be has Ibe alavlale ngbt and pwer lo
put an iiaioanl pertiat to bulb the duress and the labor 1"
'We can answer this by adducing a statement
wh;cb WM ia ouf rcccnUy, regard-
. , . , ,. 7 . .,
Wgtho practical Working of thld COCmve
section. We slsmld first State that, in BuOlO ili-
etiincef, the luagistratcs before whom lalwrern
aust make their complaints nide upon planU-
tions ; that instances arc known of magistrates
tbctusclvea- employing contract laborers, and we
can hardly imagine that such magistrates are ini
jartiiil ; that in all cases tlie planting interest has
a control of such magistrates; that the continu
ance in office, tlie material well being of tlie
magistrate depend upon his regard for the inter-
of the lantrr.
TLis is rendered clearer
whcn e ftatc that tho CLicf JuPtice anJ tho
31 in inters, the nominating and appointing power,
, ... 11 '
arc planters, and it is not fair to suppose that
... . . , . .
thoy will -crroit their private interests to suffer
that the public interests may prosper. Again
the Commissioner of the Board of Immigration
for redress of grievances the lower courts of tbe Country
are of little use to kiin, (the coolie) because he does uot uuder-
"tuiuu, , because he cannot pr. hl..elf or
rkwd in his own Uio;uage. and because, as a generiUlbU. the
"dluence of bia em j l.vrT falls heavy in the scale agaiuat him."
It is also customary for each plantation to have !
in its employ one, two or more constables whose I
special duty it is tosee that the persecuted planter
obtains his rights as against the laborer, but we
I l.n t,, ..r l. ir:.. l.ail ... i
ItttlV J Ulttl Ul . 111DD VUK.1.1 OVF lULUIII I
hoartcr - fouialtmandgnve Uiem noUec to go
to work. The natives annwcred, our mitcu arc
aick and need our care, and we do not wi6b to
j leave them. The conrtabio not wiehing to asituiue
the rcnionsihility of Compelling thciil U RO to
. . J 1 6
nvus ij tuv uiimTr, uuu toiu tueir biory.
Hie overseer doubt'eos supponing the etory a fab
r ion tion told them to go to work, and not being
obeyed, the constable- waa authorized to take
them before the magistrate, by whom they were
pentenced to a month imjrionment,and our in
formant stated that it wad his opinion that the
women would have died during the month but for
the care and araistanee which tLey received from
himself and others.
Hero a laborer refused to work for what is
gfnerally conoidcred a fair rcaoon or cauhe for
rctueal.' It wa not a " caueeleea, willful, and
obstinate refuKal to work in accordance with hid
contract, entered into voluntarily ami intelligent
ly, that did invoke tho aid of the coercive
clause. The laborer did persist, doggedly,
in hid refu!a!,"and for cau.se which should render
him a fair subject for jnipathy." We do not
Lcl'cve that thia is a solitary instanco where tho
power of tlie master aided by tlie law ia felt.
Wc Iiave other statements, some written, others
oral, which prove conclusively that abuee exist
which could not but for thin law. Wo do not
believe that all plantations' are thus managed;
but a system tliat will permit the management of
one such needs remodeling.
The writer goes on to state that Boction 1420
"That If a party bound to work by a contract In writing,
eball refuse to serre according to bis contiart, hia employer
may apply to a mag is irate, who shall eeud (or the recusant,
either by warrant oe otherwise, and if him rrutni I kali e
pnnmttd in, be shall be com mil led to prison, there to remain
al bard labor until he will consent to strve according to law."
It is evident that the section is subjected to
different interpretations in different localities.
Another writer says :
"The law provides that IT the aeresnt who has so bound
hlvhsrtf shall willjullf absent himself from auch service, he
biay son ceanciea be compelled to serve double the lime
fc which he has absented himself, and If he refuse lo serve,
according to these term, or the terms of the contracts, Ae
a7 Ae tmpriimntA at sard tabor unlit As art corns rat to
seres mccTdmg lo ate.
We . have no evidence that tbe two natives
above mentioned were compelled to serve the
plantation two months for the one which they
were imprinoned, but we believe it. We have
been told that one or more jJantation laborers
were taken before a Magistrate and sentenced to
imprisonment, and were removed to tbe lock-up
for a few days and then taken back to the plan
tation to serve out their term, and doubtless at
tbe expiration of tlie term of imprisonment made
to serve two days for every one of such imnriaon-'
inr-nt- Araifl- that whrnt n. lAhnrs.'s ;m, :N
nearly up he is asked to sign a new contract:
lie is cajoled, tempted by an advance, in tact
every influence brought to bear to gain tbe end
desired. In case of refusal the slightest offence
is tbe cause of arrest and imprisonment. Per
haps during imprisonment be is pleased (?) to
sign, or, remaining oat his term, finds himself
compelled to work two days for one of imprison
ment. Any one who has worked on sugar plantations
knows that our statements are not too highly
colored, and doubtless many such instances
might, and will some day, be cited to show the
infamous latitude of interpretation of our " Mas
ter and Servants law.
A person who has traveled much in the South
in the days when slavery was recognized and up
held by law, and who has also traveled about
plantations on these islands and seen the ins and
oats of our vaunted labor system, says that the
Southern negro was a prince in comparison with
our laborer. Tho Southern planter owned his
slave and treated him to the end that his term ol
service might be prolonged ; while here the
planter owns the laborer for a term longer or
shorter, as tho case may be, and if tbe laborer
can be made to last out his year or five years he
may then be turned a w reck upon the commu
nity. Tho Southerner was compelled to care for
his sick or maimed slave, while here a planter
who had had palmed upon him laborers who soon
proved to be unprofitable, to use his own terms,
sold them their time for a quarter of a dollar;
in other words, turned tlie in adrift without twenty
five cents in a strange land to prey upon the
community as vagrants or starve. This may be
an exceptional case, for we know planters who
take every reasonable provision to secure the
health and comfort of their laborers, and to
whom this case can not apply.
The condition of affairs which to-day stares us
in the face has been drifted into, and we use our i
efforts to set it before the community with no de
sire to injure any persoli or interest but simply to
give warning. We hope in time to remedy the evils
which exist. History proves that a country or
uttion which permits laws to bear unequally and
unju&Uy upon its laboring class, or upon any
class, fosters nn clement ot decay. Place two
countries side and bide and let the government of
one give the largest liberty to all classes, and the
otlier abridge the liberty of its subjects, and so
sure as water finds it level so sure will the liberal
government absorb the population, capital, and
in fact every element which tends to build a
powerful nation. We are told that for us to
struggle agairst the administration is worso than
useless; that the planters munt of necessity
coalesce with the Ministry, and thatBuch a coa.i-
j tion will prove all-powerful . We acknowledge
that tlie present policy of Ifis Majesty's Govern
ment, while it may promise well for tho present,
mutt inevitably breed disaster. Any change of
policy must better our condition, although it may
create confusion for a time. The change will force
itself upon us sooner or luter, and the sooner re
forms are brought about tho better, and we ask
our planters, not ministerial planters, to weigh
well the result of such a coalition nt the coming
election and decide which they will serve, an abo
lutim or a party which aims at progress and nn
administration which shall consult the greatest
good of the greatest numlier.
Govcmmeiit A l vert 1 In jr. A train.
We referred last week to the fact that the Ha
waiian Government, while it reduced the adver
tising rates in its official paper " twenty-five per
cent." where it came in competition with private
cnterprieie, yet charged nearly doublo our regular
rates on court and probate notices, where no
competition is allowed to interfere. There is an
other phase of this unfair system which we did
not refer to Inst week.
Nearly all the prolmte notices nnd many of the
other court notices, for which tlie government
press exacts double the customary rates, are paid
by the estates of deceased and lmnkrupt per
sons ; in other word-, they are taken from what
properly belong to the widow and orphan in the
one case, and to creditors of tlie bankrupt in the
ol"er " ir a raan tl,c estate of tho
widoff a,,J orphan it may be little or it may bo
much is taxed just double what any other ad-
iitti . .,
ertieer is obliged to pay in the same paper. If a
m:in (IliIh in hiihitirR Im i-rrwlitura rn Lirnl iiif
T J "
uouhle lor all court notices inserted in connection
with the settlement of Ids estate.
Is this right, honorable or ju6t? Shall the' pit
t tncc left for the support of the widow and the
orphan be thus taken to meet tlie deficiency caused
by a reduction of twenty-five jitr cent, made
on the notices of those who advertise in tho same
paper ? AVc d not believe that the administra
tion has ever viewed thie matter in this liht. or
that it will longer tolerate nn injustice so palpa
ble nB the one pointed out. Tho remedy is easily
fouud ; insert all probate or legal notices free of
charge, or at a nominal charge of one dollar each.
This is tho least that a paternal government
should do for the unfortunate.
Tito Gold Corner.
On Sunday evening last, the attendants at tho
Fort Street Church were treated to an eloquent
discourse on the subject of the inordinate pursuit
of wealth, oimply lor its own sake, and the im
morality consequent ujion such a pursuit. Dur
ing the discounte the late gold operation in New
York was clearly aud forcibly portrayed. The
subject was ably handled and claimed and ob
tained the clone attention of every hearer.
On Monday morning two or three of our capi
talists, in humble imitation of their New York
brethren, successfully " cornered " about all the
available coin in this eity, and succeeded in forc
ing it up until whalemen's gold drafts were
quoted at ten per cent, discouut, nnd banker's
discount at that. In other words, shipmasters
Iiave to pay ten per cent, for tho money they
obtain. Somo have claimed, jocosely, that having
attended church the night before, and ascertained
how to do it, our financiers undertook to put it
into practice the next morning.
From what we are able to gather, the corncr-
ers are the bank, the Minister of Finance and a
leading house on Queen strctt, but of this we
cannot be certain. Of coureo the Gazette will
disclaim this, and if necessary the Minister will
assert that it is false ; such assertions will, how
ever, pass current in our community for what
they have recently been proved to bo worth.
It was amusing to Eee the celerity with which
the bank moved upon the owners of deposits, of
which it had, of course, a full knowledge, and
equally amusing to see those who perhaps would
have been pleased to be " bulls,' from necessity
falling back and assuming tbe, for the time, more
popular rule of bears." Agents and masters
of whalers were all aback " at the proopect.
Agents of plantations had in hand drafts drawn
against shipments of sugars and were begging
customers and no takers. All together it waa
the liveliest time we have experienced for years.
For a private bank to go into such an operation
is not a matter of much surprise,
" For lis their nature to, , .
nor for a mercantile firm, well to do, and per
haps needing exchange for remittances, to aid
and abet ; but when an officer of the Government
so far forgets his duty as to be an active or
posriive co-operator in such a scheme, it is cer
tainly very reprehensible. Doubtless the owners
and agents of tbe American whaling fleet will
fully appreciate this effort to do them an injury,
and perhaps it will go far to make our islands a
popular place for resort.
GTFiTe irhalera hate jet to report at these islands.
Tbe Hrr cults, Jiwaikonkt, Josephine, Htltn Mar,
and Europa. There have txea forty-Eve arrivals
up to the f.rwnt J&te.
mio J. 3IoC. letter.
To show tbe Ehifta to which our irresponsible
Ministry is compelled to resort to bolster up a
dying cause, we recommend a perusal of a letter
in the last Gazette signed J. McC. The transpa
rency of the design renders it hardly worth a
notice. The administration is forced to recognize
the fact that the working element of our commu
nity has lost confidence in them, and peevishly,
and probably inadvertently, stated that the me
chanics were the " soul of the- late labor meet
ings,' but upon cool reflection, find it to be a
damaging admission, so seek an outlet for escape.
They look about for 6ome individual who has
doubtless been fed with pap from the government
Bpoon, who consents to step forward and allow
the following shot to be fixed from behind his
For my own part I utterly repudiate" the character of the
sentiments which you impute lo us, and after Conversing with
a large number of my fellow mechanics on the subject. 1 cannot
say that 1 was at all surprised to end that your inferences in
regard to their opinions on the labor question were utterly
groundless and unjustifiable.
After a perusal of the letter we are satisfied
that J. McC. is not a mechanic, in the sense,
which he would have us believe; that he is a
planter, from his evident hankering after Chinese
labor ; that he is a boss manufacturer, from his
desire for protection ; that so far as the question
of the day is concerned he is eiVAcr fish, fowl or
good red herring."
The tickle my elbow and I'll scratch your
back " policy of tbe government has led the cor
respondent before the community to assume an
unenviable character, and tlie parties whom be
Btcpped forward to assist are probably laughing
in their sleeves at his simplicity.
GREAT EASTERN A.ND EUROPEAN
This Saturday Afternoon, Nov. 13,
GRAND MATINEE WILL BB GIVEN
For the Irtommodatlon of Families and Children,
Doors open at 3 o'clock i performance begins at 3 o'clock.
Benefit of the Lee Children,
On which occasion Miss POLLY LEG will make a Wonderful
Asoenslon, ai.d will also appear in a beautiful Scarf Act.
ThejrOOLl.su ACT ON I10RSKBACK will aUo be per
formed fur the first time.
Tbe whole to conclude with
A NEW COMIC AFTERPIECE.
Doors open at Seven o'clock. Performance to commence at
NOTICE All persons having bills against the Circus are re
quested to present thetn every Saturday for pavment to
703-U At the Bank Exchange.
TO laET !
A NEW STORE. (25 FT. FRONT BV
60 Tort deep.) in I'r. Buffum'g Temperance Ilall Building.
Inquire at the Store, or of
703 It DR. BCFFCM, No. 83 Fort street.
Good Ipy Ohia Wood,
abssa FOR SALE CHEAP BY
tJSSJ n. COOPER,
I WANT TO BUT RKRP
Tallow, Mutton Tallow. Slnth. Kitchen i
Orease, anl in fact all other kinds of'
Grease, as Chean a s I can. a
703 8m TT. H. DCDDY.
ust Eeceived by Late Arrivals and in
jlso, Salt Water Soap, Coffee, Pia,
Pistols and Cans, Telescopes and Marine Classes,
Sic , eVc, cfce.
To be bought Cheap al Vie Stores of
j 703 1m JOHN T1IOS. WATERIIOCSE.
Fair of Fancy & Usefcl Articles.
qpHF LADIES OF Til E ROM A fi CATHO.
A LIC CATlltDIlAL COXURKQATIoN of Honolulu,
would respectfully inform the Pol lie that
For the Sale of Fancy and Useful Articles,
WIH BE HELD
OX TIirRS DAY EVE.MXC, NOVEMBER 25th,
Commencing at 71 o'clock,
At the School Ilanae on Fort Street,
Four d.mrs mauka of the Government Offices, fc-r the Benefit of
the Roman Catholic C.'ithetlral.
70H 2t BY OH PER OP TIIU COMMITTEE.
Per Late Arrivals,
AND FOR SALE BY II. M. WHITNEY.
JtlOTLEY'S nUTCl7REPfJBLIC, 3 Vols.
X'Ja Motley's History of the Netherlands, 4 vols.
Scat's Waverly Novel.', complete in ft vols.
bickens' Novels, complete,
Arabian Nieht Entertainments, illustrated,
Prescott's Conquest of Peru, 2 vol.
LorsIiik's Civil War in America, S vol.
Imchailu's Journey to Ashango Land,
Appleton's Dictionary of Mechanics, 3 vols.
Owen Meredith's Put ins,
Mitchell's Kncydopesdia of Science and Art,
Thompson's The Land and the Cook,
Darwin's Animals and Plants under Domestication.
Speeches or Lord Macao:ay, 2 voU.
Copeland's Country Life, illustrated.
Downihg's Landscape Gank-ning and Architecture.
- Milch Cows snd Dairy firming.
J hnsnn's Agricultural Chemistry.
Harris' Insects Injuiious to Vegetation,
Merry's Bonn of Rhymes and Put iks.
Youult on the Horse,
11 tttrll's Resources of Cslifornia.
Habits ol Good isx-iely.
Irvlbg's Mahomet, 2 vols.
Day's English Literature,
iiertiert's Hints to Horse-keepers,
Kandall's heep HusbanHry,
Allen's Rural Architecture.
Rcccircd by Steamer Idaho.
HORACE CRKELEV'S RECOLLEC
TIONS of a Busy Life,
I shan's Civil fugioeerine; and Bridge Making.
Mrs. Hale's New Cook Book,
Col. Whymper's Travels in Alaska,
Wells' avery Man hia Lawyer,
New Carroina Sacra,
Plymouth Collection of Hymns snd Tunes,
Fortune Te-'ler snd Dream Book,
Brisbane's Ready Reckoner,
Expeditious Calculator (for Mates).
Received by Bark D. Cs Murray.
MRS. STOWE'S OLDTOWN FOLKS,
Carlton's " Our New Way mroond the World," . . ,
The Mississippi Valley and its Kesoarces,
Webster's Pictorial Quarto Dictionary,
Court and Camp of David.
Ollendorff's French Grammar, latest edition,
Ilappy Honrs. The Daily,
Bright Jewels. Men at Washington,
Lessons frncn Daily Life,
11 lobe in Sun. Sketches by Qais,
The Man who Lauehs. Cypher,
Tbe Seven Curses of London. Sabbath Carols,
The Bride's Fate. Tbe Comet.
Murray .s Adirondack. Agnes Went worth.
Papers from over the Waters. Vrowneille Fspers,
H spital Sketches, Prehistoric Nations,
Panorama. Biady's Vow,
Sybil Bantinrtoo. Lovs snd Lierty, .
Women sod Thestresby Olive Logan,
Moral Hrform. Aspaaia, black Prince,
Holland's Katrina. Josh Billinfrs. Keashawe,
Good Stories. Smoking and Drinking,
Steele's Exposition ot tbe Sciences,
Wallace's Malay Archipelago,
Harpsr's European Phrase Book for Tourists,
The Dodge Ctab io Italy. rive Acres too Much,
Weddins; Day la ail Agra. Mies O'Heilly's Poeais,
Will son's Primers, Readers and Spellers.
TO 3 ETHER WITH
OVER 1,000 OTHER VOLUMES,
TRAVELS, NOTELS, TALES, fcc, fcc.
Of the sest ki4 mnd sjviallty,
DIARIES FOR 1870, &c
AU for Sale Cheap, by
"03 . II. M. WIIITNEr.
Offer for Sale,
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES
THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS.
Assortment of Goods!
Per A. J. Pope," from Bremen,
3Vew Styles of Prints,
Blue and White Cottons,
Blue and Striped Ticks,
White and Brown Drilling,
Very Heavy White Moleskin,
Ribbed White Moleskin,
Quiltin?, White Linen.
Woolen Dress Goods & Clothing
IN LARGE ASSORTMENT.
BLI'K AND BUCK BKOAD CLOTII, CASSDIERES,
While and Blue Sewing Cotton,
Brooks' Spool Cotton,
White and Black Linen Thresd,
Black Silk Lining,
Silcsias, Italian Cloth,
Black Crepe Ribbon, Black Woolen Braid,
White Linen and White Cotton Handkerchiefs.
Blacls: Ostricli Feathers,
DIack Gimp, Fringes,.
Superior French Calfskins,
Fine Blue Flannel,
INDIA RUBBER WARE,
Lubin's Extracts, Havana Cigars,
Raisins and Currants, in jars.
Sardines, in hf. and qr. boxes,
Shelled Almonds, in demijohns,
Herb Vinegar, in cases,
703 7t - &C, &C, fcc.
FOR THE FALL TRADE
F. A. SGHAEFER & GO.
Offer for Sale
Cousisting lu Part of the FollOMlng, Tizt
Black and Green Oil Paints,
LINSEED OIL, WHITE LEAD,
BLUE PILOT JACKETS,
Blue and Black Cloth Pants,
Denim Frocks and Trowsers,
Blue Serge Drawers, r
Caasimero Pants, See.
Fine Blue Flnnnel Suit
Men's Woolen and Cotton Socks,
White Cotton Shirts snd Undershirts, ' '
Regatta Shirts, Cotton Drawers,
Fine Blue Flannels,
Felt Hats, &c.,A-c.
Dundee Hemp Canvas and Sail Twine,
WROUGHT IRON KAILS,
CHOICE BRANDS OP TOBACCO.
. . CASE3
FRENCH COGNAC !
. Deetj en's Pale Ale and Porter,.. :
In Quarts. . .
IVXullei's Lager Beer 2
Holland Gin tn Cases, fcey hrand,
Cases French Claret Pauillae Ducasse,' J
- Sherry and Port Wine in Case.
Rhine Wine, in Pts. and Qts
Heidsieck & Co.'s Champagnes.
Ia pints and Quarts.
Ilstu Sastternes-Chateaira 4Tsiesn.
ALL TUB AE0YK
Beers, Wines and Liquora
IRE W1RR1STED TO BE CESTIXE,
AND OP THE CHOICEST QUALITY.
37 Liqaors either la bond or dut paid, for Sale at the
Lowest Market Bates, by
rsL.W-iassSsBv assi-ev.-w --wJr-fsT eV-S-i-
F, As SCHAEPER fc CO.
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Blank Books, Paper, Stationei
BLACK & AULD,
A NEW AND SELECT ASSORTMENT
Blank Books, Paper, Stationery, &c.,
To which they call attention.
BOOK, CARD AND JOB PRINTING,
IN EVER? STYLE,
NEAT, QUICK AND-CHEAP.
All the Latest Foreign Newspapers
RECEIVED BY EVERT MAIL.
DIARIES FOR 1S70,
EXPRESSLY FOB THE PACIFIC COAST,
FOR SALE BY
T il s t Received!
AND NOW LANDING,
From Bark A, J. Pope, from Bremen,
English and European
G-ROO ERIE S!
CASES OP ENGLISH MUSTARD,
. Cases Carry Powder,
Cases Jams, -
Rante Currants, in 14 lb jars,
Zante CnrrsnU, In 7 lb jars,
Carb. Soda, In 10 lb jars.
Ssleratns, in 10 lb jut
. BATTY'S .
Hew English Pie Fruits and Pie Fruiti
Tina Lrnisn and Citran Peel,
Kegs Crashed Pujar,
Cases Mixvd Spices,
Cases Cayenne Pepper,
Cases Capers pints.
Cases Capers quarts.
Cases French Olives,
Cases Black Pepper.
Cases Lea & Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce.
Cases Cream Tartar,
Cases Epps Cocoa,
Cases Ground Cloves, 4e.,tt
Far Sale stt the Family Grocery $c Feed Store
fiy I. BART LETT
Per, Steamer Tel alio,"
On Monday, the 22d inst,
THR TJ.SUAL LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED
Assortment of New Goods,
I. BAkTLETT. $
Regular IMspatclt la ine
THE AMERICAN CLIPPER BARK
AXE. 3E5 T V9
Ft LLER, MASTER,
Will have Dispatch for the above Port.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accotnmodatiou far i
Jr'J, t steerage passengers, apply to
Hawaiian Packet Une
THE A 1 CLIPPKR .BARK
Da C. MURRAY,
, t VREXNETT. Ma-icr.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port,
Tor rrefpbt or Fshsage, having Superior Arcomraodatioui tt !
vauin ana steerage l'ssseiigera, apply to
I - W A I.K Sr A T T 17X7
-2L LIVE YANKEE,
Will leave every Montlay afternoon for Ports
t OoJm, returning Saturday moi uinys.
702 8m CHA3. N. RPENCKK ft CO.. Ago
Regular Packet forHanaIci,K3aaJ.
'S. THE CLIPPE& 8CH0ONER
Will Sail as a Regular Packet as above.
Tnr Freight or passage apply to
WALKKR ft ALLEt.
BREWER & COS PACKET LINE.
FOR 1VEW RlEIFORPi
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, , THE A 1 8PLKKD1D CLIPPER SHIP
afi tct -r-- -ST -Tsar
s" ' -MA A JLI J. a
WU Load Oil aad Bone for the aoove Psrt,
Hsvtos; superior CscUities, and experienced Captain and offie
For Freight apply to . .
98 2ut ' ! 1 C. BRXWER CO.
Hawaiian Packet liine
THE A 1 CLIPPER SCHOONER
A. "-1U S K A,
Will have Dispatch 'for the above Port
Tor freight or passage apply to
WALKER ft ALLEN, Ageott
- The British Brig
Tith a CarrjlRg Capacity of aboat fiO T f
Was kntlt tn TtiiimiHi Vnnl.na f ,vs m IimI twt rat k
staunch and strong, and well fitted in every respect, aad
v sow w sea wiummii any outlay ror repairs. t
She would make an Excellent Whaler, r
For particulars apply to CAPTAIK CALHOTJK.orlo I
xjTno? ppi to him, iriir7..a
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