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T.EVEIUDOE, 7ADHAMS & CO..
" (SUCCESSORS TO R. G. SHEATH.) '
"YV. holesale 3r roccrs
- ; .v. , , . -ast. ......
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
. PORTLAND, OREGON. .
Frrtletlar AttciUsa paU U r -;gaMaU f
f - ftfjwttfc Ial.fi Prttt. l
' n. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
n-snoral RMnnfnP" ft fTnmTTlisgion f
v- uv.ui q ww. 1 fW RfrvV
w - AND CO.,
. '. .--
YANKEE MOTIONS, 'PAKCY GOODS,
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
.':' HOSIER!-, ZEPHYR WOOL. AcLacI ' ".
JUST npi rn t
ON KING STJ, OPPOSITE THE BETHEL !
I la Peril a4 IVaalti
Of Pea Paralysis.
HAVING RESIDENT BCTKRS IX THR
Kass and ia Europe, and bring in direct eeramoniealina
with the manufactures, we are enabled lo get Good oa the
best terms and to sell accordingly. '
"I 'i - f t ! 1 t&tZE) t il -E . :v
J Jul iiUU UiU i iiiiiilO Jj
... V I Ml t - I The mind pogacssce carious faculty which
1-lCVYj I UUV ,1 nOIOSraPner Si5mW. meocall 'unconeci6a8cerebtatiun.? The
' T rirnJn ur rumors mvotinnnllv tn rJrv ita wnrlr anbi.
matically and without toe aid of : the-will ; the
problem, which .was perplexed and difficult , is
clear when we have "elept over it ; " and so well
are some men acquainted, with this peculiar ac
uity .of the mind that they commonly, when pos
sible, 6leep over a difficult subject, leaving the
practiced and trained , intellect to unravel the
tangled threads of an argument and arrange the
maps of material into order and symmetry. This
XEW AX!) BEAUTIFUL .
Front Sired., cornier of Clay SI., San FraHcUtco.
ir ..TLVIUlim, BBSST T. BL.JCniDr CHI. . HOBOA.
WILLIAMS, BUNCHARD & CO., j
?'ommision UI crcliants,
' Tio. 218 California Street,
.,!... SAX FRAJf CISCO.
JAN ION, RHODES fit CO.,
Vletwrla, TaaceiTcr' Islaaal.
: B. Partieaiar attention paid to consignments ofSandwiek
i . ,-d Prod oca.
orla, V. L. January 1.1863. ' 733 ly
FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
AND AGF.STS Of
. C1FIC BARREL AND KEG COMPANY
A .- prepared to tarnish Krf and Barrel Sbaaltatn
. , )aanuty required, aod respectfully solicit connignments of
..rs od Island Pr. dace.
is the Largest' on the Pacific
ot, and we invito the ' '
Especial attention of Honolulu Merchant
to an elimination of the nmf.
Particular attention given to Orders.
... . ( TOBIS, DLX0S DATISSON.,
. : orner Salter It Saaioate gtret-ti.
imm FraaeiK. Cala
, i t r - 4 i
, . . (PKK MAIL ETKAMKR) t i
Where Familiar , notations Come From.
"There is death in the pot " is from the Bible.
f2.Kings jr.- 40.) i Loyeljftnd pleasant in- their
lives, and in their death- thej are not divided," is
ppoke-n; of 'Saul and Jonathan, (2$amufl
"A man "after his eye," (Deut. xix. 21.) "A still
amall-iee,"f(l Kings xix. i2.) Escaped with
the skin of my teeth," (Job xix. 20.) That
mine adversary .bad written a book," (Job xix.
35.) "Spreading himself like a green bay tree,"
( Psalm, xxxvi. 35.) "Hanged our harps upon the
willow,-' (PtaUiu .exxrfl. 2.T l'Eichf ('certainly
make'l(not 7a as it is "often" quoted) them
selves wings (Prov. iri. 5C) 'Heap ooals of
I fire on his head,' (Ibid. xxv. 22.). "No new
I thins under the sun," (EccTesiastes i. 9.) "Of
. j i f. jt i . c . O tj
New Goods; Ncn i 1
"unconscious cerebration,- However, involves I mnn K,w.ir th.. n.f.f i;;
mental toil, and he who sets tbe- willing orgnit to . 12 , ..p . peao,,, whenithere is no peace,"
perform a tak of this kind usually pays the pen- IiaiJie famouB byrpatnek . Henry. (Jeremiah Tiii.
alty next.day m languor, debility, and a host of j u ,.My name j ion , Mlirk T 9 v ,.Xo
avtiiutvu vino, I lritb
JUST ii EC EI V ED
For Sale, by the ; Undersigned !
D. NICHOLSON & CO..
Silk, "Woolen & Manchester Warehousemen
(Wbotesmte and Retail)
India, Colonial and Foreign Outfitters,
' 50 TO AS ST. PAUL'S CHCKCUYARD. :' iJ'
Corner o Oteapside.) Londok.
Katabliahea 1843. ' v'.-c
INVITE THE ATTENTION OP FAMILIES
raiding abroad, to their Il'.astraU-d 120 patre catalocae.
ra. Biahnp A Co......
H. HackJHd 4- Co.
Caatie A Cooke...,
403 California Street, San Francisco.
UAKKOA & AUSTI2V,
Merchants & General Commission Agents,
STDXST. N. S. W.
XT A general anaortmeut of 8bip Cbaodlery, Ships' Stores
" J all kiads o W baling; tiear on hand.
i r Orders supplied at the shortest Dot ice and lowest rates.
i r Whalers' Bills of Kxchange aesoUated oa the mat r.roe
' . terms. 734 ly
cpataioiaK tall particnlars as to ft'oban. Silk and Cottos tiaods
oi eTery aecriptiun.
Latdiea Cllhisiz, Llaeaa. IIasiery, Glares,
Ribbaaa, lis Wrdashvery, Jewellery, ice ' '
Contractors l Military and Police AccootrtmeBU.
Ilouaehold Parnitare, Musical Instrument., IroomoogFry,
' Pire arms, Aericultural ImplemenU, Cutlery, Carriages,
' Saddlery aod Harness, Boots and 8bes, Wines.
Ales, Beers, Preserved Provisions, hLationery, v
.Bouks, Toys, Ac-, Ac.
chipped at Lowest Export Prices. '
Sole Affects for the Waster" and the " BriUnnia" Sewing
Machines (or the City of London.
Poreifto Prodaca disposed of for a Commission of 2 per cent,
Price List post free.
D.-MCI10LSOX A Co,
SO, 5 1 and 52 8c Paul's Churchyard, London.
TERMS : Not leas than 60 percent, to accompany Indents
and Balance aratast Bil's of Lading. o29 Cm
W. K. LEYfcRIDGE, :
A. P. EVERKTT.
- Baa Prancisco.
. Portland. O.
J. C. MERRILL & Co.,
imission', Merchants and Auctioneers,
LEVEEUJGE, EVEEETT & CO., ,
Forwarding it Commission Merchants
3 I S FRONT STREET, CORNER COMMERCIAL
Partiealar attention paid to Consignments of Island ProJuce.
21 ly. - - .. : .. ..
204 and 206 California Street,
1 ALSO AQBVTS O THJI
: an Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
r . Ucolar attention rtves to the sale and purchase of mer
f Jsa, shipV kmainea; sappl ing whaleahlpa, aegotiaUa
i t age, Ac.
if All fratght arriving at Saa Trsncisco.by sr fo the Bo
tA- Line of Packets, will beforwarJed riu or coMKisaioa.
' XT Bzchaoge oa Uooolala boaght and sold. JCk
: - . C. L. Richards A Co
' H. HaekfeMA Ca.. ......
, C Brewer A Co.........
Bishop A Co
. U. Allen
. STEEL PEN& .
Sold by all IVwIers thrmivhont the World.
1j e a
SUPERIOR COTTAGE PIANOS !
Direct from the celebrated Manufacturer, A. BOND, Paris.
SHALL WE SAY MORE ? YES!
We wfll say Ikey were ordered by A. H.- IIAVELL, Esq
who was well qualified to judge of their superior qualities, he
being a Srst class musician, and having- dealt In these Pianos
for several years in Australia..,
These PIANOS are in beautiful Italian walnut cases, and
are in splendid conditionhaving been packed in sine lined
. . I - , - ;
TWO SUPERIOR PIANOS
In Bosewodd Cases, from the well-known house of -
HALLETT & C U 31 P S T 0 X, Boston,
i i. ALSO .
DIRECT FROM LONDON PER A.J.
. .. A flne assortment of " ;
Harmoniums, Molina, Organ Concertinas. Guitars,
llolin and Guitar Strings. Banjos,' 'Jornopeans, '
Piano Strings and Felt, Musical Boxes, assorted;
Organ Accordeons with stands. Tamborines,''
Regulation Drum and 7oy Drums. 1
CHEISTMAS IS COMING !
' ' ' ' A Large Assortment of "
j EX LATE ARRIVALS ''
NOW O FOE 1ST I NO-1
All of which wiU be sold CHEAP FOR CA8H at my Ware
Rooms on Fort Street. Particulars in advertisement next week
s ' C.E.WILLIAMS.
CZLEBRBTED . .
M.CRACKEN, MERRILL. & Co.,
' FORWARDING AND .
co n.mssio .iieuciiaivts,
rr VINO BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE
t c ant basineas tot upwards of (oven years, and being
I -- :i ,i in a Are proof brick building, we are prepared to receive
: pose of Island staples, such as Sagar, Rice, Srrups, Palo,
' Ac, to advantage. . CoosignmenU especially solicited
t Oregon market, to which personal attention will be paid,
I ,'i.mi which cash advances will be made when required. .
.. SaJ raslCISCO KtFUUCB:
. ' er A Lindenberger,
r- i . Iken,
t - os. Baker A Co.
' o A Lewis. Ladd A Tilton. Leonard A 0 reeti
i Doxolclc Rersassces: ,
li Walker a Allen. ly
STEAM IN THE PACIFIC!
':' 1871 V'g" 1871
Tlie ' .Coninierciai' : ;
W0JISlRi.CE ! PERIODICAL MlUm AGEAfl !
. For the North Pacific. 1
AVIXG BEEN FOR T W EXT Y TEARS
DECLARED BT CONNOISSEURS
TO BB THE r .
established in this City as Agent fur
can and fcumpean
the lending Amen-
Jas. Patrick A Co.,
Vi. T. Coleeaao A Co.,
r Hvt. a. b. wixcmcsiaa.. ........t. a. liiu.
MAIN & WINCHESTER,
, HAScrscicasaa i iMroBTEM r ,
Harness,-Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
COLLARS, SiDDLERT WiUE, Jtr.,'
". 214 atsisl 216 Battery St., Sasi FtaiHciar '
V . h Good assortmeot Coucord Mage Harness consb ntly
o1 731 ly
CROSSE & BLACR WELL'S
Celebrated Oilmen's Stores
U OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD.
Th soccess of this most delicioas and unrivalled Condiment
having caused certain dealers to apply the nam of Worces
ter, hi re Bauce to their own inferior compounds, the Public Is
hereby informed thai the only way to secure the genuine, is to
ASK FOR LEA & PERRDVS' SAUCE,
and to see that their names are upon the wrapper, label,
ttopptr aod bottle. ;
Some of the fureien markets havinr been sarmlied with a
I spurious Worcestershire Vance, npon the wrapper and labels of
which the names of Lea and Perrins have breo forged, L and
I P. give notice that Ibey have fjrniehed their correspondents
1 with power of attorney to take instant' proceedings agninst
I Manufacturers and Vendors of such, or -any other imitations
j by which their right may be infringed. -
j A;k for LAA A PKaKlXS' SAUCK an1 see Name on Wiap-
j - . . per. Label, Bottle, and Stopper.
j Wholesale and for Export by the lroirietors, Worcester
s Crosse and Blarkwell,Lbn4on, &c Ac; and by Grocers and
IT TI1EO. II. DA VIES. Agent, Honolulu.
I ., T. 3ai
l K tl
PICKLES, SAUCES, SYRUPS,
JAM3, IN TINS AND JARS,
TART JRCTTS, DKSSERT FRriTS.
MCSTARD, VINEGAR. .
POTTED MEAT3 AND FISU. '
PRESERVED PRESO SALMON.
KIPPERED SALMON AND HERRLNGS.
PICKLED SALMON. "'
FRESH AND LOCH f INK HERRINGS. .
FRESH AND FINDON HADDOCK?..
PURE SALAD OIL. ' -SOUPS,
IN PINT AND QUART TINS.
PRESERVED MEATS IN TINS,
PRESERVED HAMS AND CHEESE.
OXFORD AND, CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGE. .
BOLOGNA SAUSAGE. '
- YORKSHIRE GAME PATES.
. YORKSHIRE- PORK PATES.
. . G A LLA NTIN ES.
TONGUES, BRAWN, POULTRT.
A PERRINS' trORCETERSHrRE SirCX.
ELEY'S AMMUNITION !
THE BOXER CA KTRinn Rs
For Snidrr-EneiH of -677 hore, and for
the Henry, anl SUrtini-ilenry Rifles of
450 bore. adoted hy Ho Majesty's War
Department, also of -(00 bore for Military
Rifles. . . , ' '.
WATERPROOF CENTRA L-FIRE ME
TALLIC CARTRIDGES with enlarged
Base for small ht res, adoptcl by Foreign
Governments for converted Chassepot,
Berdan, Remington, and other Rifle ; also
Cartiidges foi Ballard, the Spencer, aod
American uenry Hepeaung KiOes.
The "ELEY BOXER" are thecbeanett
'Cartridges k no wn, carry ing their own igni-
tiort, snd being ma!e wholly of metal, arv waterproof and im
perishable in any climate. : i
The above Cartridge cases (empty) of all sises, and for the
different systems of Breech-loading Rifles, can be had with or.
without the suitable Bullets and. Machines for finishing the Cartridges.
j BOXER CARTRIDGES of -450 bore for Revolving Pistols,
J used ia Her Majesty's Navy. ,
COPPER BIM-FIRR CARTRIDGES of all sises, for Smith
j A Wesson's. Tranter's, aod other Pocket Revolvers.
PIN -CARTRIDGES for Larauchenx Revolvers of 12-n:'. B-m
and 7-ss'. bore.
CENTRAL-FIRS and PIN-F1RB CARTRIDGES for all sises
and systems of Guns, KiOea, and Revolvers.
Doable Waterproof and E. B. Caps.' Patent Wire Cartridges,
Felt Gun Waddings for Breech and Muzzle Loaders, and every
description of Sporting and Military Ammonttkm.
: ELEY BROTHERS, I
GRAY'S INN ROAD. LONDON.
734 WHOLESALE ONLY. eowly '
Magazines & Newspapers
And enjoying the best facilities for supplying Subscrib-
ers at the Lowe Possible Cost, .... . - i
The Undersigned solicits tbe continuance of the patronage of
his friends ami patrons, who will be served with promptness
and entire satisfaction, even in the smallest matters. .
- A the STEAM LINE is now established, connecting Ho.'
nolulu with San Francisco and the Colonies monthly
9rew;T0rk, Londoa and lostraliaa Publications
Will be furnished to Subscribers
Wltbia T?ai Is Twraly Dstyw frwiw the Day
of 1'nblicnliwn !
And at prices lhat barely cover the cost of subscription and
postages (hereon, i v. - i
Papers delivered Free of Posi-ige or other Charges
in arypariof the Group. , , .,
Back numbers of the leading Monthlies aod Weeklies always
on nana, irnes mane up at snort notice Tor whalemen and
Subscriptions Payable Always in Advance.
AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS . j
Kew York Weekly Herald :.:l'.;.$5 00
N. Y. Weekly Tribune.. 6 00 N. Y. Weekly Timts.... 6 00
" Weekly Ledger, (a story paper) . ............ 5 00
The New York Weekly, (a story paner) ........ & 00
The New York Irish American ........................ & 00
The Home Journal.' 5 00-Boston Weekly Advertiser 6 00
Scientific American 4 Otil Boston Weekly True Flag 6 00
llappy. in . Jje, eays Wendell Jlolines, whose
feet' are ice, and whose head burns when in the
throes of composition. Happy, perhape, in a
certain sense ; for the clever essayist merely meant
bat npeally. mental toil: ia: properly performed
.without thefce eyiaptoms being apparent' in the
victim. 'But does it not occur to the moet cursory
thinker that phenomena of this description, re
treated daily, must in the long run tell upon the
general health?', We -have" known writers who,
whew they had rieeE from their taskpoor pale
faced fellows ordinarily looked positively ruddy
and bloated, while the veins of tbe foiehead were
gorged with blood.- They were always the dashing
scribes of the press men who could " throw off "
a column in an houT;Wid who never cared to
make any material alterations in the r,mnr."
They were tbe men with fluent pens so dear to
eaitore who could always be counted upon to
sum up a debate at three in the morning, or write
at'fieeq when any casualties has reduced theliter-
ary 6taff. e never knew these writers to be
long-lived men ; they were" commonly stricken
down at comparatively early period of life when
with, proper care, a man oucht to count unnn
many" years of health and strength. 7 And it was
appjplexy or paralysis, the 'twin fiends that
naunt men wbo labor with the brain. Sometimes
consumption steps in and does its cruel work, as
in a recent case, wnen a brilliant essayist, fell in
his prime, and With mental power untouched,
before the terrible destroyer of British youth.
But whatever tbe immediate cause of death, brain
labor is usually the first . originator of disease.
Driven to its daily toil and compelled to work at
all hours, the over exerted organ either absorbs
the general powers of the system, or gives way
without warning under the unequal strain.
Few writers bear to reflect on these truths, and
if the mind performs its task with its 'wonted
power, they put off the evil day, and care nothing
lor the future. Or a journalist will comnlacentl v
j contemplate any danger which may lie in the dis
tance, it ne is certain lor" tne present to escape
from what, for the want of a better name, we
have called the paralyses of the pen. Every
writer will understand what we mean, 'and may
have fretted over- this, the most trying of the
small evils which, beset" mankind. .Whether
paralysis or the pen be the precursor of some se
rious evils behind a 6ilent but eloquent protest
against over-work we know not ; but, wjiatever
its cause, it is a malady which is worthy of pass
ing allasion.- 1 The symptoms are usually painful
enough, ahd the disease may be summed up in a
word. The writer finds himself suddenly, and
without apparent caused unable to 'peri a single
line. ; For the moment lie imagines himself para,
lyzed; he tries again and again with the same
result failure. Throwing aside the useless
weapon which, has hitherto served him bo well, be
casts about for the cause of the unusual phenom
ena. - Was it his dinner ? that confounded roast
beef always upsets one or was it the claret? He
again attempts to write arid again fails. . Perhaps
the fit lasts for an 1 hour :dr two!! or even' in.- a.
whole day : and no efl'ort of the will, while .the
spell is on the brain, can recall the truant power
to subjection. Bat the fit endB as suddenly as it
came, the niind clears instantly, and the bv-rui-
means complex topic which the moment before
seemed so difficult is, lucid," and all is "plain
sailing " again., The sufferer of course, speedily
forgets tho visitation. For the momontIie is led
to reflect upon the slender tenure bv which li
holds the noblest of intellectual faculties ; r lie ;
iorni3 gooa resolutions, wnicn arc forgotten under
f rta WMuan wn. r tr-tAvtAawfr 4-1 .1.-4. 1 .1 m
kick against tbe pricks," (Acts ix. 2.) - "Makes
virtue of necessity," (Shakspeare's Two Genttc
nien of, Verona.) . ' All that glitters is not gold,"
Merchant of t enice.) .'Screw up your courage
to the sticking place," not point. (Macbeth.)
"Make assurance doubly sure," (Ibid.) Hang
your .banners on the outward walls,", (Ibid.)
"Keep the word of promise to our ear, but break
it to our hope," (Ibid.) "It's an ill wind turns
no good, (Thoe. Tasser.) ' Christmas . comes
but once a year, . (Ibid.).,.'." Look before . you
leap,' (Ibid.) "Out of mind as soon a out of
eight,;' (Lord Brooke.) "What though the field
be lost, all is not lost, (Milton.) "Awake,
arise, or be forever fallen, (Ibid.) "Necessity,
tho tyrant's . plea,V (lbid.) ."Pace r hath iier
victories,'! IbkL) -'fhougi-thi may -be play-to
you, 'tis death to us," (Roger l'Estrange, 17W.)
All cry, and no wool," (lladibras. - "Count
their' chickens ere they are hatched," (Ibid.)
"Through thick aiid thin," (Drydeo.) - "When
Greeks join Greeks, then was . tbe tug of war,"
(Nathaniel, Lee, . 1692. ) "Of two evils I have
chosen the least,' (Prior.) Richard is himself
again, 4(Colley Cibber.) Classic aground,"
(Addison.) "A good hater," (Johnson.) "My
name is Norval," (John Hume, 1808 ) "A6k
me no '.questions, and K I'll - telj you; n fibs.
(Goldsmith.) "Not much the worse for wear,"
(C'owper.y- "What will Mrs. Grundy say,"
(Thos. Morton.) "No jent-up Utica contracts
our power, (Jonathan Sew'ell.) "Hath given
hostage to fortune," (Bacon.) -"His (God's) image
cut in ebony,'. (Thomas Fuller.) Wise and
masterly inactivity," (Mackintosh, in 1791,
though generally attributed to John Randolph,)
'First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts
pf his fellow-citizens," (not 4 coon try men,)
(Resolutions presented to the Houso of Represent
atives, Dec. 1790, prepared by Gen. Uenry Lee.)
"Millions for defence, but not one cent for trib
jute,? tChas. C. Pickney.) TheaJroightydoar,'
(tVashington Irving.) "As good as a play,"
(King Charles when in Parliament attending the
discussion of Lord Robs' Divorce Bill.) "Selling
a bargain " (i in Love"s Labor Lost.) "Fast and
loose,"' "Go snacks," Pope's ("Prologue to Sat
ires,") In the wrong box,' . (Fox's Martyrs,")
"To lam," (in the sense of to oeat,) "King and
no king," by Beaumont and Fletcher. The hack
neyed newspaper Latin quotation, "7Vwyora mu
tanlurel nos mutaniitr in' illis". & not lound in
any classic "or Latin author. t Tj;e' nearest ap
proach to it was " Omnia mutantur " &c, and
this is found in "Borbonius, a German writer of
the middle ages. vSmelling of the lamp !, is to
be found in Plutarch, and is there attributed to
Pythias. "A' little bird told 'me comes from
Ecclesiastes x. 20, "For a bird of the air 6hall
carry tho voice, and that which bath wings shall
tell the matter."u -i -
CLIPPER SHIP SYREN
DUE "ABODT ItfARCH ' 15th.
EV BEDFORD CENTRE 'BOARD
Whale Boats, .
JXew Bedford Oil .Casks,
New Bedford Bread in whalemen's casks,
. .. . i . ..: . ' .... - '.!.
. Cumberland Coal,' 7 .
Manila Cordage, Cotton Duck, '.'.
, ,.. ... : , ..
Cutting Falls, Card Matches,
Oak Plank, White Ash, . ; r
. Cedar Boards, Small .Rope,
W .RECEIVED FROM r
1 V lB,l I t
r r n
BARK VIOLET, AND pnj
A cr r r-,i s- p.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT Ofg,!
Silk Handkerchiefs. Filk PuJ
r 4 at ... ... 7
"OLD AXD IVORV IIRlf'n J
troty PutsTes, Ivor CaM i asra, ' "
Ivorv Chesamen. Nnr. nA . ..
Sandalwood Glove V.
(UtiLl fl,t'f.1 Jelr Bokes, .
Bandalvood rans, and
Baudalwood llandkerrlilef Box.,
D-'U ,.TortQMehaI! ttt, Tortoise 81iU Cap
f TftoJ NakJo JUogs. Ivory NajAisJ
ALL KINDS of FIREWO
fir Crackers, Rockets, JClc, tie.
Also, a lot of Chinese L
f II 4t
; 3 mu all Kivns or
TTrACIIIIfERT, STEAM KXCIXt,
1 ferOAH MITuTufe WIND MILIX,
, , VACUUM PA NB.CLAEUlEItf,!
-' ' ' ; tanks, kmokE'
AND ALL KINDS HEAVY SHEET IRON
. i 1 v
TAR, PITCH, ROSIJV,
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS m
Made to Order, and particular attention ' "
i;-ir n-L t -. ,1,, . I
J-x X M XXX X xx a in j
Xc os enclal o
... Pembroke Salt,
Corn Starch, Mackerel,
. , He that fights and runs away, .
May lire to fight another day.
These lines, generally, attributed to Hudibras,
are-really much-older. - 'They may bo found :n a
book published in "16567 ' The same idea is, how
ever, expressed in' a couplet -published 'in 1542,
while one of the few fragments of Menander, the
Greek .writer, .that have been preserved embodies
the same idea in a single line, l'he couplet of
Hudibras is J : ' v ' 7"
' Yeast Pbwcfers,
a l m u
For those that fly may fiM again,
WhSeh he can never d that's slain.
r f. .7 :-'
- , ... .... ., Lobsters.
A FINE ASST. OF FURNITURE
l IIell.is paved with good intentions,":though
found in-Johnson and Herbert, was" obviously in
that day a proverbial expression. r Walter Scott
ascribes, it to some, "stem old di vl$e.'.f '' . ; ' .'
i4 I here is a-ood time coming7 i atr erpre-
? J I f VTl r a . 4, t a v -v-m
the pressure- of the next dav's dutv.'-nd .th llou "JJ? r ir..DCoi, in.ifw apy, ana
Dk..nr ,.i, . . ! Has douot Jess,
sion usea oy t
abuse of excessive work is continued. Paralysis uou?ir' I0a- fn -iapuiur
of the pen, as we have hinted, is, perhaps, one of Baj'Dg ,n bcotland N- y- DaibJ Ne
those merciful warnings which nature somtinif t. : . , 1 . 7 . . it
afl'ords us before she assumes the Sa?S IS
of her violated laws. It is. .t nil "till B " p.rsoveiOTm jwnoor
CONSISTING 1ST PART OF,'
Kostnn Weekly Journal.. 6 The New York Nation
Tne Cilisen and Roaod Table. ii...
Near York Courier ties tuts I'cis (Krench).......,..
New York Weekly Zcitnng (lierman)
Hear York O Novo Hondo (Portuguese, Illustrate). .
ILLUSTRATED PAPERS .,)
Harper's Illustrated Weikly ,
....- r Basnr...
Leslie's ..- , Weekly
- ' ' ' ZeltuDtf (German)
, , , '-j Chimney Corner... ........
' ' " ' Bud fret of Fun
Appleton's I.lastrated journal (monthly parts) .......
noston Every Saturday (monthly parts)....
Iiearth and Home (lor the family and larm)
London Illustrated News
which should not be neglected, and we advise our
brethren, when "next the unwelcome visitant
comes upoa them, to make some effort to obtain
that repose which is so readily accorded to all but
the unfortunate journalist." --...-'r r- - .t
1 1 .. ; " ' - -: ' ? . r . l
upon the fact that the good were Tevpectcd while
the bad were shunned, attempted to illustrate by
saying, " Now, boys, when I walk on the street
I speak to sorae'-and not to ethersj what' now
makes the difference?" supposing, of .course, they
would say, " Because 'some are good and some
are bad." But he was much astonished to. hear
Franklin's Legacy An Attemnt to malrA one Jitt'e Icllow sing out, "Jiecause some are ncli
,i7 r:;it TJsefaL
and some are poor."
" TV " x' , ,- -7.-' . .'.T. H " ! '! Prcibably the most contented postmaster in the
AVhen Benjamin Franklin -died. 1790. it was i:. vZZu- rkt
riiinri 1 hot ho Ii ia will ha h.l i ! . 11.
provisions. . Amon? others he left fn tho rrvk-s- aF '
M o w v is
Boston and the city of Philadelphia each 1,000
FAaL, SEASOjV 1870.
BEST A l HAWAIIiX MESS BEEF!
Fresh tmppiet pf Ik mbotx maw mlmnf be hod frtrm every
. Storekeeper tkroughout the World.
To preveat tbe frsad of refllling the bottles or Jars with native
productions, they sboatfd invariably bt deatroje
when enpty. -.-.!-.-
Omd theasU always be examined nrww deltreir. to detect any
aueaapt at sabatitatioa ot articles of inferior brands. .
cnOSSE & D LACK WELL,
PVRVItTORS TO THR QUCN. THK EMPEROR OF THE
rUUSCH, AHD THIS Ot THK BKLOIANS,
Solio Square, Xioudon.
At ate Parts TxhPfltoa of 1SS7, TrTREB Prise Medals vers
awarded to C BO 88 A BLAC&WSLL.forthe marked
scperjoritx of their prodactioos. 728 ly
NorniNO has beex poctvi to scr
?A&a Winter's ittcfnllic Faint !
A a profetioa for alt kinds of Ebeda, Puildinjrs, Boob, Boilers,
Iron or Wood -work exposed so the changes incident to a tropi
eal clincat. It is anti corrosive, resists dampoeas and deflea
tacay, sad is the only armor w bica proteeu from all vicissftades.
j?ot Sale Wholesale C. Brewer & Ca,
And M resaH fey aQ aaterpriaisg dealers lc Faints. , , 78 &n
) Fire, Fire, Fire !
- PACKKD BT 7
C. BEBILEM A NX, KAUA I,
AND WABBANTED." . "
XT The above Beef ia packed by an experienced Butcher
cared in Liverpool Salt, and packed In Turk's Island fait.
The best reference can be given. 7or sale in quantities to
salt by ' .
Ja7 3m ' ' TIIEOD, C TIEL'CK.'
7- I I
Graphic. J14 Loudon Weekly Punch
News of tbe World, 12 numbers, ii cents each .......... 3 00
Steamer Bulletin. " " ' 300
j The American Agriculturalist (monthly) 8 60
Leslie's Budget of Fun (monthly)..... 2 60
The Country Gentleman (weekly) 8 00
I1 Rural Hew Yorker (weekly) 4 00
Army and Navy Journal ........ 8 00
Onr Yoon(f Folka (monthly .. S00
j The Youth's Companion (weekly).............. ........ J 60
I Demortst's Young America (monthly)..... ............. SCO
Tbe Chicago Little Corporal (weekly). X 50
The Boston Nursery (monthly).. 2 50
I Merry's Museum, (monthly)..... ......... i. 360
Children's Hour (monthly) 2 60
San Francisco Weekly Bulletin................ 6 00
. " A Its 6 00
Sacramento Union............ a 00
Saa Francisco Commercial Herald.............. ........10 00
' Weekly Pacidc 600
San Francisco News Letter 8 OOlDanr Aita California ....20 00
Overland Alouthly 6 00; Daily Bulletin 18 00
New York Independent (Congregational organ) ......
Christian Union (U. W. Beecber'a paper)
Chicago Advance (Congregational)..,,..'...........-.
New York Observer (Presbyterian).........'.....;..'.
' - Tablet (Catholic)...'.!... .
Boston Pilot (Catholic)
London Hlnstrated News. 14 00' London KxaT.iner. .
- , Pall Hall Oasette.l3 00 - BeU's Ufa.. ......13
" "- Evening Mail (tri weekly Times). 30 00
Despatch. 13 OOi London Weekly Times.. .10 00
" Saturday Review.. 13 00 - Nature 8 00
Lloyd's Weekly Times ...10 00
London Art Journal 14 OOlBelgravia Magazine..... 7 00
. Society Magazine.. 7 OO) rempie Bar Magazine.... 1 O0
" Cornhlll Marline. T 001 Euelish Societv 7 fin
AO tho Year Round, (Dickens' Magasine) ;': 6 00
Blackwood's Monthly.... 6 OOj Westminster Quarterly..-4 00
vnunnni 'vurau a w buinnurgn Quarterly.... 4 00
WW woras 4 OO Xsrth British Quarterly.. 4 00
uonaoa vuaneny.. ...... w
' '- AMERICA N MOXTHf.lES1 :
Littell'i Uving Age, (weekly)
!i ant's Merchant's Magazine
Boston Waverty Magasloe 8 eoiDemorest's Monthly' '.
Klectio Magazine.-...... 0 OOj The Galaxy .
Harper's tasgazioe 6 00;0verland Monthly...
Atlantic Monthly 6 00: Peterson's Marazine.
Seribner's Monthly 6 00; Arthur's Lady's Magazine 3 00
Leslie's Magasina ....... 6 OO Our Young Folks .,. S 00
Gndey's Lady's Book.... 6 00!
Sabbath at Home (Tract Society's Monthly).. .V.J. 4 00
AUSTRALIAN PAPERS f x .
A ustralasian, ( week ly ). . . 1 0 00 j M elboorne Illua'tad News . 10 00
Town A Country Journal. 10 00 Weekly Sydney Herald..- 0 00
DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO MUSIC
Hitchcock's Magazine.. 4 00 Peter's Musicsl Monthly.. 4 00
XT Any Periodicals, not in this list, win be ordered at any
time, aod supplied at coat and charges. -
... 6 60
h. m.. wditnet. : f ,
" ' (Sb v73
14 FIRE EXTINfJCISHKRSnUJH
B0ST0X, via Baa Francisco fog sale by- . ,'
a BKIWIK At CO.
K. B. These Machines, so deservedly tmoalar in the United
Kates, wr.era tney navs save miutous or property, wui I
for cist ai'd charges.
OiUceg to Xet.
TWO VERf Cool AXn'pr.Tiiivr
OfBoeaever tbe Poot-Offloe. If talrMi tnr . r
be let at a very moderate rent. Apply to
n. At. WHITNET.
WRITING INKS r
On KCaiid arid For Sale z
Tif ATARD A NOTES BEST BLACK INK.
.JL quarts, pints and
Davids' best Black Ink, quarts, pinu and eona.
Davids' best Copying Ink, qoaru and pints.
, . 1 Maynard A- Noyes' best Copying Ink, quarto and pints.
1 Bank of London bst Copying Ink, quarts and pints. -1
Arnold's Writing Fluid in quarto and pinto, received dl
- rvct trom Ixxxion. ; ;u ,-.-h;.j' .v '
, Arnold's Copying Fluid.
i David's best Blue Ink, In cone ' ' it--'. m : i j .. -.A
David's best Carmine Ink, ia glass stasdsx
1 Indelible Ink, for marking tinea. 7 ' '
Xone but Ute Best of Writing Ink kept for sale t
By H. M. WHITNKY
pounds, upon trust that they would"lend out the
fame in eunia of not less than .15 nor more than
CO pounds to one person, at an interest of five per
cent, per annum. The intention of Franklin was
to assist deserving young mechanics; and the
parties, who" were entitled to the .benefit of, hia
iiibd were to Le " young married artificers under
the nge of 25 years, who had served ar, appren
ticeship in Philadelphia or Boston, and faithfully
fulfilled tbe duties required in their indentures ;"
and-they were to give bond, with two eureties,
for-: the payment ol the money lent.- -Franklin
calculated that, under these provisions, the fund
would increase so that in 100 years it would
amount to 131, 000.or over $055.C00, and he!
gave directions liow much ot it was to be used in
bringing the wnter of the "H'ieeahickon Creek into
Philadelphia. At the end of the second 100 years,
he estimated that the amount would he 4,061,
000, which be ordered to be divided into certain
proportions between the city of Philadelphia and
the State of Pennsylvania. Perhaiw there never
was 'a moro jremarkablo capo of id it-calculation.
We are now within 20 yeara of the end of the firsti
century since this money came into the possession
of the city of Philadelphia. It ought to amount
at this time to 250,000 at least. We have not
the fig urea of the board of trust but we know
that the amount of the fund is less tljan $50,000.
It bas never been applied for to stich'nn extent as
to render its accumulation, by payment of inter
est, anything like what Dr. Franklin expected it
would be, and, in addition, much of it. has been
lost by the .dishonesty of borrowers; the failure of
sureties, and by being Bwallowed up in that mael
strom of Philadelphia wealth, .the bank of the
United States. Objects for the trust have also
become scarce by $p changes, in pur social custom.
Artificers do not marry as early as they did in
Franklin's time, and tbe proportion of mechanics
under 25 years of age who are married has dimin
ished -greatly .in 90 years. Besides this the system
ot uppreottceBaip Jias umosi gone oufc of jaoion,
and tho requirement that the borrowers shall have
faithfully fulfilled the obligations in their inden
tures shuts out large numbers of voun? men who
would bo otherwise willing to avail -fliemselvett Of
the advantages of this bequest. lhe amount to
be borrowed cannot much exceed $300, and this
now-a-days is riot enough to set" any mechanic up
m business. The., board of public trusts,
wbicb has chared t)f' this legacy finds itself era
barrassed by the terms of the bequest. The
board, has .therefore -TcsoJved f.0 applyi to the
leeislature for autboritv to mate the charity op
erative bv -increasing the amount iter be- loaned,--
aridtakinsrreal estate as'sectrrify. M It"wohld be
proper, perhaps, if it cani be done, to .change
somewhat tbe qualifications required of each ap
plicant. v Substantially he must be an American
mechanic; -bat if the eligrbilityof the borrowers
is .confined to Bucb . mechanics as have served an
apprenticeship, there-will' be feW eorapetent to
claim the assistance. By compliance with the
spirit and intent of Dr. Franklin's will, it can be
easily arranged so as to dispose of all these diffi
culties." t r. x t 7: -
one xegular mail is received there annually ; koido
times tlie mail mirecs, as mails do every where, and
then the poetmnster has nothing to do for two
l. , I mi 1 (T- - 1 I
w iiiw.ycurs. . . xiuo iibldy oiuciuj. .cjtujti a eaitiry;
of three or four. hundred roubles, .t-.
.T.1 TV ott Ac O o -
HAVE" ON HAND AND FOR' SALE AT:
LOWEST-MAKKKT KATES, " 1
Galvanized Iron Wn.er.Plpes !
? 1 2,3-4, i, 1 1-2.: ""
OALVAN1ZBD CORRUGATED BOOFINQ, '.; : V. .A
GALVANIZED BUEET IRON,
. .i..V;.' m . j , -'
ALSO, 'Alt ASSORTMENT OF
0 0ltl,(i STOVKS!
fit No. O Knahntaaaa Si. :
, ' j '". v ' : -r J '.' . -- ': -
For Sale, Cases of the Celebrated ,
IIOFF'S HI ALT EXTRACT!
IMPARTS NEW LIFE AND V.IGOR TO
'tbe weak and Ute invalid, at . 2 ., ; , : i ,"
r i8 TI1KOD. C. IIECCK, Fort St.
For : Sale, Just l Received:
O XX k, 3VC SET
Wood and Cane Seat Chairs,
Jt . . . s. ' . - ' ....
Oak Dining Chairs, .
Rosewood Dining' Chairs,' -;
! Z'li'.l -3,. Rocking ChairsV7 7
Children s Chairs, v t-
Hair Jatlrasscs,' Bureau Marbles,
xvxxxinon pisATiss,. tiu
ONE SUNSHADE CARRIAGE
... . i .
One Side-Spring Top Wagon ! ,
ONE SHIFTING TOP WAGON!
!?:r:-.'7i ,r--:r. '' 7- .rt.V :-'.'
One American Caryall.
SETS SJL VER-PLA TED AND CO VERED
. ' . -f ...... - -- , . ; .. ; -,;., i
Anthracite, Cumberland and So:
. On hand aad For Sale. AIhu,
Valves, Cot-ka, and liraaa Work of ail kituls. '
. Ontrifmral Win Cloth, of various lit T
' ' Piping, Enws,Te"S lmd,
1 HU;aai And Water (Wis J
Tdoilnr tubing, Vanl
Shafting, Bar. plats and antflo Iron, '
Vig iron lor ballaxt, tvirap Iron,
Kuta, IJolU. Waalun,L
FIRE. CLAY. FULL ASSORTMENT OF
NEW & SECOND HAND HACHH
1 tSmaU sized Buirar Mill for cattle power, met
1 Horizontal Hteain Kiipiie, 10x18, seoimd in .
a i unimi uta is iar runvuxg ot'DtrimifHU ,
bcaa or water,
j 1 BolUisf di. wa apparatus,-
1 Iiorne I'uwer for a centrifugal matiiiitxi,
1 Upritrnt Doiler, 6 horae jxmer,
1 Rmall Tubular Boiler, I horse power,
. 2 peatrtfnpal. Maffcim aiul Miixt ta dritv
':-' accond hand.' J -
N. D.' Sawing and Wood i
" EXIXXTTED TO ORDER,
For which the Works have unusual facililua.
M . , ALEXANDER VOUN0, V."
TIKNI'KCTFCLLV CLI. TIIE41
Mm 'sl.M.-aw' lli.fl a ku - . .a ... i a .J
Am-mv Aaiwv mj u irn lira mymmm awi
ninthfnff TJrtn tlnnto onrl P
FANCV GOODS, Kle.
Ttrlv selected with area! ears bv him durtne hit i
Loiuni Diaics, wnicn lis oners at . ,
Prices Dofying Compotil
- . Clotliinf.
Oenttetaen's Extra Fins tllaek Ue.vxr Suits.
4ci4Uweii's kxtra Flos Casaimrre tolU,
. Oentlemen's fixtra Fine H aiklns mtl.s.
Dor's and Youth's Flua Buck Suits,
Hoy's and Youth's Fins Uamtiuiero fulls.
Buy's and Youth's Flue While Linen suits,
. , t Ueutlemeii's Flue White Linen baits.
1 1 1 i M
MADE EXPEESSLY for THIS MAHKET
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF r
Buggy and Wagon Spokes, nsst'd Sizes,
! -. '. JL1!3?' '" Shafts and Poles, . ,t
Express and Buggy Bows,
,t i - 'is:: i S: err v .It f . i-i'i
KA HOI, FROM LONDON.
Anecdote of James Harper. The Rev. Dr.
Blank odob told ,a little anecdote of Mr. James
Harper, tho' New York' publisher. 1 neked
him," said Dr. Hank, ;;vrbafcbe did?'?.-I said
to him, 44 1 know that Mr. John Harper attendo
to the business; Mr". Wesley Harper looks after
the literary correepondence; Mr. Fletcher Harper
receives authors and looks after new books and
tbe Magazine; bat you, Mr. Major, 1 have never
been able to discover what you do. " 111 tell
yon answered; the- Major, in a whisper, bnt
yoti muet not lef it Twit. 1 "entertain the bores."
. t .- Barrels flaaibarg fitar.Brsud Pale Ale, qtsi and pts. '
Ilhds. Marrian's KDjjIinh Pale Ale,
Cases of Aoimiura Bitterr, id whole and hi. bottles, ,
' fses of Swedish Pooch, - -
Cases of Cock TsH.
Cases oT Boorbosi and Gennan Whiskeys , ,
Cases of KUrof Life, ' -.?'.
Cases of Cholera Bitters,
i jCuses and Casks of Boonekamp Bitters.: !T ; i
'. ; Cases Oeaioe Sheridan Oin, ia stooe A lass bottles.'
Cases Rhine Wine and Sparkling liock,
Casks of French Brandy in hulk, , , ,
Cases a Superior Franco Clarec ii 't'i
tLSO iit ;. ivOT
1 CASE OF THE CELESK1TED F1UIM COLOGAE
"Ppr SAle CliOAp - U . . r r
By TIIEOD. IJEIJCK, ,r
f IS , ... . ' ' Tort 8treetl 't
' " Mule 'Collars.
J Plows. Assorted Styles,
Hay Cutters;' 'j;18''
Road Scrapers, 1 ", '' '
. ..Mule Harnesses Complete.
. XL 21
HEW TiXilP, OF; TZZTi
Diiwuiiah Islands and. Norlh Pa ciGc. j
JrisT'RECElVEO. i'MAP OF THa? Hi-"
waiian Islands aod Islands Northwest of this Group as far
as . Midway Island, with all tbe Keefs. &c. Issued by the
Hydrorraphie Bureau, Washington, and for aate by
j7 S i i : i 'urn: He. r if- ,M ;WUtTNT.1
A Book which Bhould be in Every library!
ANDREWS' rHAViT AIIAK DICTIQAEy
CONTAINING AJBOUT 20,000 DAWAIIAN
Wards, with English siguifleatiao, and i ' '
km Ea?ll8h-IIawAiIa TAUryr7aBd Chreaelgle
TaWe ef nUUrleal Eveats. s - -
PRTfK J Boond m Bheep, .
'vt l'ii. f77alfi(.1
Bound in lialf ilnrocco, . . ... 6.UO
For Sale, by II. M. WHITS ET.
.i'.r",:t'ir ,i;fi, 'ttztf
Hits Valuable Work can be obtained in London of
It i -' i i . - - 'j it i , . . i '- i , , I Ii ?
i ! Messrs. TEUBNZa A Co Paternoster ow; . , .
3W ' t ' Mr. BARN KS A Co. Joha Pt.
CUTt liAIW, ASSORTED. .SIZES !i
Wash Boards) : '
Axe Handles, Pails, .
J ; 7 u7Backets Tubs.
A - t
AM0SKEA6 & PEARl RITER DEXIMS
v Cotton Twine, . - . . . ....
UEROSEfJE OIL !
SUGAR SHOOICS 1
AtiT op wiiic'n be
. ...... ... . . . ,. . , . ...
7; s o Jit x : -A. t. 77:', .
m f ossiblcRatcs.
fi 9ra -
C RR EWER tc OOj
Oentlemen's taint Anc Bl ick Heaver Oats,
Uentleinen's extra One Black Caaiiincr fiats,
Oentlemen's extra Due Pearl Hals,
wmMK-u.. hitb yum riYacii reif iiau, ,
.Oitrtarnieo's extra tiiia Broaa llsta, '
, Usntlrtnen's extra Bus V) hit Lsaea uals,
- Jtuym aod Youth' Alack ila.s.
Boys' and Youth's On Caulmers Hats,
Bys' and Youth's flue Pearl lists.
Children's fancy Trnisd llafa, id-, ,
L dies' fins Sundown Hats,
Ladies' fine Leffhorn flat,
' ' Ladies' extra tine Latest Biyla Straw Hall.
llootti and Shoes. I
Gentlemen's Ai French Calf Sewed B.MKS.
Hoys' and Youth's dus Calf tved Boots,
t ktois' and Youth's txtra flua Calf re srd Boott,
. . Boys' and Youth's extra floe Calf jtewad UalaMnf
liriitlemeu s nue PvKfCd Boots,
UeotletDen's extra Aim Heavy Worklog Boots,
lleatleaea's floe Calf fcewed Gaiters.
Geotlrmen's extra Bus Calf eewed tlaiurs.
Uutleroeii's extrs flne Cal. gvwvd ftalaMwais,
Oent'emeti's extra flue Oxfurd Ties,
Lailies' Lasting Congress Ualtera,
Ludkes exua ttu Laallng CorM U a iter,
LadH-s' extra fine Lasting Faa BalvoraU,
Ladies' extra fine Calf Balasurala,
lues' extra Ooe Laatiag Congress Oaitsra,
Misses' extra One Litatlng Baluwirals,
Mi.ses' extra One Calf lilnnr:,
i ' Utnidreu'j blns la KbdlcSs Variety. ; ; i
I J li I I - I I ., i , , . . i . . I . .
Fine PrlnU ami Dna-s, .
line French Merinots in all Colon.
BUek Coburcs and Alpacas,
W liile Cottons,
- Brown Cottons, While Ltfien,
Astra flne Bed, Whits and IMaa Blankets.
Davie ft Jones' White Shirts, to all qualities,
Fins Grey Wool Over Shirts,
Fins fancy Platd Wool Um Phfrts,
rs rioviasey Btnpe calico rirts,
, rise siKtiDo i, iuu r tvtirts,
Fins ft'ool Under Bhirts,
Fin Cotton U nder 19 Inns.
Fins Merino Drawers. I Ids all Wool Drswerd
Fine Clooded Drawers. "
Fin Jean and Cotton Drawers.
..... ... $ '
Iirkfv OorriUlt Bd Siweads, I . '
Ladis Aim Bordered Balmoral Skirla,
Ladles' flne Whit Bordered Balmoral "
Ladies extra flne Whit line.
Gentmeu's -xtrs fln half Hose,
Bos' extra no half Uose,
And a Great Many Other TMb W j
Call and Examine IrTor Purchnttng
8. MAC1' J
Js2S . . finm K.Mm snd Msrins t- i
. 'i' ; r1 ' if
PADDY AIVD Ilic
N HANI) AND TO
FIRST QUALITY DUVAIliV P
n t n t n r 1 o ' v
Superior lo aay In ta mark at, and to"
salt by (J7 am) 'llZ--
. J i
Chart of the Mori!
I lisbad la Goth. On of the bt "
lo be had, fivl
ng all la reoenl Aitoa"" l
For sal by (JT am)