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vn-cnAY. SEPT; 26th,
r :7 A.M., AT SALESROOM.
- n Well Selected Asst.
" ; 30SENE OILS.
voa Show Case!
, IT1 a t r
;:cr: 3UCar-cured hams
C.-;ts.- Ve. fce.-
- CY C. S. BARTOW.
Off WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27th,
: . At 10 O'CLOCK, A. M, AT BALIS BOOM.
I ud instructed to Sell at Public Auction, by the Aflminutra-
. , tor of WIL BKNNETT, deotaaed,
Tlie Stools. oT
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER'S
Superior French Calf Skint, Goat Bkins,
Kangaroo Skin. Large lot or various sized lasts.
Lot of Pep,, Boot Powder, Show Case, -
Fine Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
Spy Glasses, Eye Glasses,
On Crystal Necklace,
Watch, Calendar Clock,
Iron Safe, Electrical Machines.
Five Sewing Machines,
1 jLesitlicr Roller,
1 Crimninsr jTIacIiinc.
A LOT of FURNITURE !
Tables, Bedsteads, Bath Tab and Chairs.
" THE FIHB A 1 BRITISH BKIO
'Will have Immediate Dispatch for the above Ports.
tor Freight only. aoolv to
THEO. H. DA VIES, Agsnt.
For SYIVEY DIRECT.
G. KINNEY, Msaler.
Will sail for the above port with dispatch, having part of
her cargo already engaged.
Liberal Advances made ou Shipments.
For freight or passage, apply to
a2t C. BREWER h CO., Agents.
S T E A IT! I It K1LAUEA !
oi e for sajl:
FROM BREMEN !
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLLIE,
II. II ALTER MAX, MASTER,
FROM THE MANUFACTURERS !
A FINE 8 ELECTION OF
"WILL LEAVE ON THURSDAY, OCT. 12,
AT 3 P. M.
P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
:as, new teas i
An Assortment of Dry Goods,
Hosiery and Clotliing !
HARNESS AND CARRIAGE HORSE!
C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
'MI (Dili flPAI,
Consisting in part oft
vI BOXES OP BEST JAPAN
- TEA. SO lbs. each.
paddies Japan Tea, 5 lbs. each,
ftd Caddies Japan Tea. 3 lbs. each,
$ne Japan Tea in jars, 75 lbs. each,
line Japan Tea in paper, 1-3 lb.
j, in paper, 1-2 lb.
line Japan Tea, in paper, 1 lb.
1 Comet Tea.
I in 14 lb. boxes.
t of Japan Tea, 11 lbs. each,
ong Teas, in 2 and 3 lb. caddies.
Etc Etc Etc.
LE AT LOWEST RATES
f AT THE
ocery and Feed Store,
1 2 FORT STREET. BT
JCDD At LATTON.
By Order of Mr. J. W. Widdifidd. I xcill Sell at
- Public Auction, (if not previously disposed
of at Private bait),
0 FRIDAY, -- ' SEPT. 29.
i AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M..
AT THE STORE. FORT STREET.
The Entire Stock of Hardware I
CniarUiatf m wrll Selected Aissrtmtnl
adssted fsr the hlasdTrade.
C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
EEAL ESTATE FOR SALE!
THAT DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT
on the HAUKA side of Beretania street. Honolulu,
adjoining the premises of Mr. B. R. Davidson at present
occupied by Mr. Henry May. The abore lot has a frontage on
Beretania street of Hii feet, extends back from the street 434
feet, sod is completely enclosed by a substantial picket fence.
Title perfect. For further particulars and terms spply to
s9 lm W. J AS. SMITH.
silel, YValsnea, .
KIa a ad Nawlliwill.
SAMUEL G. WILDER, Agent.
MACONDRAY 6c CO'S LINE.
The Magniflcent A 1 Clipper Ship
ANDREW MACK, .. .. .. Commander.
Shortly due frim San Francisco, will have IMMEDIATE DIS
PATCH for Hongkong, after arrival.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
H. HACEFELD & Co., Agents.'
Agents at Hong Kong, RC88ELL & Co. s2
GERMANY, EXGLA1D A.D FRAME,
&C, t&C, &c.
For Portland, Oregon.
THE FAST SAILING HAWAIIAN BARK
RW. Wo od,
Will have Immediate Dispatch for above Port.
Freight and passengers taken at Law Rales by ap'pli-
H. HACKFELD It Co., Agents.
UNITED STATES. NEW ZEALAND
EST NEW BEDFORD ASH OARSALL
sixes. ( ja28) For sale by
B0LLK3 & CO.
SOI I BREMEN
GROCERY & FEED STORE I
TA. LLOTD BEGS TO NOTIFY THE
public that he has purchased the stock in trad of the
late firm of Crowell A Co., and that he will continue the
Grocer, Baker and Feed Store!
- AT THE
OLD STAND, No. 74 FORT ST.,
where he intends to keep constantly on hand,
The Best the Market affords in his Line,
And where be will be happy to meet his old customers.
Doors Open at Daylight.
N. B Orders from the other Islands will meet with prompt
AUSTRALIA MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE
SAN FRANCISCO !
bite Cotton Turkish Towels,
Gray and Linen Huck Towels,
White and Gray Cotton Huck Towels, Horse Blankets,
Bales of Blankets in all wool and all cotton.
Bales Brown Cotton, Bales White Madapolama,
Bales of Fancy English Prints, Bales White Ground Prints,
Bsles Printed Brilliants, Cases White Brilliants,
Cases White Moleskin, White Cotton Drill, Half Linen Drill,
All Linen Drill. Bales Blue Cotton, Bales Blue Flannel,
t ases White Linen luck, Veil Barego of all colours,
Silk Grenadine for Veils, White Cashmere,
Black Merino and Thibet, Fine Black Cobnrg, Baratheas,
Bunting, Coloured Linen Drills, White Jaconet, Mull Muslin,
Nainsooks, Victoria Lawe, Swiss Dotted Maslic.
Anti Macassar, Black, While, and Brown Linen Thread,
Whitif Cotton Thread, Heavy and extra wide Ticking,
Hair Cloth Seating, Black Oil loin. Gray Linen Drills,
Uorrock'a White Cotton Lour Cloth, Crochet Cotton.
Bales Blue Drilling, Heary White Corduroy.
Araoskeag Denims, Italian Cloths, Black Blue Broadcloth,
Heavy White Cotton Bed Sheetings, Cashmere d'ecosce.
Carpets and Tanestrys, Tape Check, Paper Cambrics,
Miisuas, r ine vwute unens, ladies' Corsets,
Buttons and Trimminirs for tailors' nse.
Black, White and Urown Linen Hollands, BUck Silk,
Black and White Cotton Wadding,'
Zepbir Wool, Saddle Cloths, Black Crepe,
French Peas in W&ter, French Peas in Butter, .tins Peas and
Asparagus, Soup Boullly. Mock Turtle, Julien Crab, Kidney,
Fowl, Oxtail and Hare Soups. Tins of Tongue, Brunswick Liver,
Mushroom, Westpl.alia. Italia, Cervelat, Ac., Sausages ;
Currant, Apples and Kasptierry Jellies in Jars,
Strawberry, Currant, Raspberry and Cherry Juice.
K-ispberry Vinegar. Cases Mixed Pickles, Piccalill, Onions and
Olierkius, Limburg and Swiss Cheese, Bbls of Rye Flour, .
Kegs ut Dutch Herrings, Kegs of German Sailed Siring Beans,
Sur Cabbage in kegs, Kegs of Salted Braoner Kohl.
Curly Kehl, Tins Brauner Kehl or Curly Kehl Cabbage,
Kegs baited Turkish f eas, Canary and Kape Seed,
Demijohns Yellow and Green Split Peas,
Sardelles and Anchovies in patent glass and tin boxes,
Ketts of Saltpeter. Cases Sweet Oil, Westphalia Hams,
Kegs Russia Sardines, French Prunes in glass,
Smyrna Figs iu glass, Zante Currants in tins,
Muscat Kaisius in tins. Capers iu -lass.
Glasses Preserved Lampreys, ? t,i Caviar in patent boxes.
Candles, Salt water Soap, French Chocolate,
Cases Con'ectinnery, Marzipan, and other Sweetmeats,
Vinegar in Demijohns and Barrels, Grocery Paper,
Paper Bugs for Grocers, 4c, &c, &c.
Ale, Porter, &c.
GERMftN AND HMtlM
PORTO RICO SMOKING TOBACCO.
TURKISH SMOKING TOBACCO,
MEERSCHAUM PIPES !
ALSO, PER -LATE ARRIVALS
A NEW LOT Of
Manila Cigars & Cheerots,
FOR SALE AT THE OLD AND FAVORITE
Corner Queen and Nuuanu Sts.
H. I. IUOLTE.
Honolulu. Sept. 20th, 1871.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Earthquake. We hear that Blieht shocks were
felt at Kailua and Wainioii. Hawaii, last week.
84 Different Brands) of the Beat Hi
Winn ia cases.
WILL LEAVK FOB THE
Above Port on or about Sept. 25th.
OEFEK FOR SALE
Al BR. SCHR. SEA BREEZE,
IT OF BDDDS !
BM THIS MARKET!
BRICKS, Norway Shape ;
LIME, .NAVY BREAD,
NEW ZEALAND ROPE,
WINDOW SASHES & DOOES.
ALSO, THE CARGO
s-rs and Cigarritos,
A 1 BR. BRIG WINDHOVER,
pROM SVDSEr, AXDCONS1STI
Fine Brandy, Geneva,
Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits, "T':
Lea Sc Perrin's Sauce, "
I ' Candles, Corks, ; .;
30O Tons WallKcnd COAL!
Other Ports or lYevr Zealand.
- - WILL LEAVE FOR THB
Above Ports on or about Sept. 23
i CONNECTING '
With Steamers for Sydney and
mr A Gss will be Fired from en Beard
lw Hears befere deparUre.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
mj-20 H. HACKFELD CO.
Cases RHINE W I X E S. such as, Llebfranenmilch,
Geisenbrhner. Hochheimer, Niersteiner, Kuilesheimei, Urides
heimer. llocksleuttl, warranted genuine, Medoc 1862, Medoc
1864 in cases. Sautenie, Haul Sauterne.
Cases V L.A R tOT of other branrts, such as, Chat Litages,
La Grange, Leoville, Charulrtiu.
Cases Sherry and Portwine, Cases Marachino,
Cases Malt Extract, Cases Nordhauser Brantwein,
Ca-es Scotch and Irish Wliiske.v, Nordhauser Kummel,
Nordhnuser duuble Kummel, Cases French Coguac,
Cases Swedish Punch, Cases Swedish Cocktail,
Angostura and Kuonekamp Bitters,
Casec lieit aqd Ileal Hollaud Uiu, warranted,
Cases Imitation Holland Gin, Brandy, Um and Rum in casks,
Dcetjen & Schroder's Star brand Ale in pints and quarts,
Deetjen & Schroder's Star brand Porter, in pints and quarts,
Norwegian Deer in pints and quarts,
Marian's Draft Ale in casks,
Alcobcl in demijohns and kegs, Seltxer Water,
Steeple Chase. Great
plains this afternoon.
attraction on Waikiki
Oauu Cemetery. We beg to call attention to
tbe advertisement in another column nddressed to
all who are interested in "God's Acre" in the
Qceex's IIospital. Remember the meeting of
the Board of Trustees to he held to-day, at 11 A. M.,
at the Court House.
E" Tbe regular monthly meeting of the Mission
Children Society, will be held this evening at Mrs.
Church's (Punahou) at 7 p. m.
such a feeling of desperation as to mitigate, if not tojuirify the
assault charged. Tbe Court sustained Mr. Stanley's objection.
Exceptions taken and noted ) Tbe prisoner reai.lcd whl'e I
was potting him in irons, and we had a sculll ; I struck him
tbe second mate was covered with blood aLJ senseless no
blows were struck after prisoner was ironed three shots were
all that were tired pruooer is a contrary, troublesome man ;
I struck him once on a previous occasion with the back of my
hand ; never knocked bint down.
Hrnry Sckutten, cabin boy. His testimony was substan
tially corroborative of that of Mr. Jackson.
Tkoma Wallace, carpenter of the ship. Saw the disturb
ance saw prisoner slriku Jackson with bis fists, at the first
attack, and not with the hooks afterwards, he struck him
with tbe hooks.
Hm. MeCargill, cmk of the ship. Saw the fight ; saw
prisoner have Jackson down and pounding him with his fists
did not see the attack with the books.
Or. R. McKibbin, Jr., testified as to tbe nature ol the
wound, which he U reined on Mr. Jackson ; the cut on the lip
might have been made by a blow with the flat ; it might have
bern made with an Instrument like the hook shown.
The testimony being concluded, HI r. Stanley stated that the
Crown did not ask for a committal, but for summary imprison
ment, under the jurisdiction of this Court.
Mr. Judd fur the prisoner, urged that the Crown had failed
to prove satisfactorily that the assault charted was committed
with "an instrument obviously and imminently dangerous to
life," in the words of the statute, but that the weight of testi
mony went to show .that Asia alone were used. Replied to
briefly by Mr. Stanley on the part of the Crown. The prisoner
was held fr sentence.
A second charge was thereupon laid against the prisoner
under the same section and chapter, for an assault and battery
on George V. milh, second officer of the bark France.
i The testimony in lhi case was in rt a repetition of that
taken in the first, but showing in addition thereto, that Smith
was thrown over tbe ship's aide into tbe lighter by prisoner
aod Hill, and that immediately afterwards prisoner threw a
heavy suatch-block on Smith, which he partially fended o AT
with his arm. Also a further assault by prisoner and Hill on
the deck, after Smith had got up out of the lighter.
The Court sentenced the prisoner rrank Hughes, to one
month's imprisonment at bard labor and 1 10 fine for ths as
sault on Jackson, and one month and $50 fine for the assanlt
on gmith. Henry HilL for an assault on tniith. was sen
tenced to fifteen days imprisonment at hard labor.
The Bark D. C. Murray. It is rumored that the'
Murray will be sold on this trip to San Francisco,
aud hereafter run between Maui and that port,
loading at Makee s landing.
Masoxic. The regular monthly meeting of Lodge
Le Progres de l'Oceanie No. 1424, A. F. & A. M.,
will take place at their room, on Monday evening
next, at 7i o'clock.
- -Polick Court. During the absence from indis
position or. Judge Montgomery. Mr. P. II. Harris,
one of the members ol the bar has been commis
sioned as Police Magistrate al interim.
U.S., N. Z.&A. Mail Steamship Line
Leave San Francisco for Honolulu,
AS FOLLOWS :
The public will bar timely notice of the dates of depar
ture from Honolulu for Ban Francisco, Ports in New Zealand
and Australia, and all further particulars can be obtained at
the offioe of the undersigned, .
Passengers can be Booked at Honolulu to
8an Francisco, Omaha. St. Louis, New Orleans, Chicsgo
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and Liverpool, at
low rales, which will remain in force until Dec. a 1st, lsii;
also, to Auckland and other porta In New Zealand, Sydney,.
N. 8. W., and Melbourne.
H. HACKFELD & Co., Agents.
V CVa AV f
Will run as a Regular Packet to the above port. For Freight
or Passage apply to
WALKER, fc ALLKX, Agents.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LA II A I ISA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE 1IEERILL,
''-. D. CRANK, Master.
Will Brr Regularly betwr-iThls Port and LaJulna,
aACKFELD at Co-, A gents.-
CLOTHING, HATS, &c.
Ladies' new styles lists and Bonnets,
Children's new s.yles Hats, Gent's new styles Felt Hats,
Ladies'. Gent's and Children's Gloves.
Coloied Kid Gloves for Ladies and Gents, Suspenders. Garters,
Wbite Pique Vests, Fine blue Sacs, Black & blue uioln rants.
White Duck Sacs, Pants aud Vests, Or lean K Alpacca Sacs,
Prima Pants, Figured Moleskin Pants, Kipared Victoria Pants,
Silk Umbrellas, whalebone frame extra sises,
Ladies' bilk Umbrellas, Black, Brown if Blue Cotto i Umbrellas,
A complete assortment of Gent's Linen and Paper Collars.
Neckties, Men's white and gray heavy Merino lialf Hose.
Men's and Boy's heavy brown Cotton Socks,
Ladies' superior white Stockings, Merino ITndershirts and
Drawers, extra sizes, Brown Cotton Undershirts,
Pilot Reefing Jackets, Monkey Jackets, Waterproof Coats,
Wbite Cotton Handkerchiefs hemmed, Superior white linen
and lawn Handkerchiefs, Mourning Handkerchiefs,
Calico and Madapolam Shirts, &e., &c, &c.
BLANK BOOKS, such as. Ledgers, Journal. Bay Books, Cash
Books, Stock Bonks, Account Books, Copying Books,
Note Books, Book Folios, Octave Bonks,
Bill, Cap and Letter Paper. Pens and Pen Holders,
Ink, Copying Presses, Ac ec, 4rc.
PAI1VTS, &c. '
White Lead and Zinc. Black and Green Paints, Linseed Oil.
, Sheet Lead, Ac. &c.
X H. O 3NT SLFZiS
Two Rosewood Cottasre- Pianos I
Best Kau de Coloene, Pomatums,
. Hair Oil, Fine Perfumes, Toilet Soaps, c, e.,
r ViirnaK. .ml Voncff Artirtpa. Tots and Dolls,
Jb. Hutcherand Pen Knives. Water Monkeys, Silk Beltings,
Ribbons, a large assortment, Feathers and Plumes.
Artificial Flowers and Wreaths, G. P. Round Combs,
Dressing aud fine Tooth Combs. Ladies Drew Trimmings,
Fine Krobroideries, Corks, Best of German Cars,
Black Hat Ribbons, Black Polished Fence Wire, a good artic.
Hoop Iron, Manila made Rope, Hemp Ssil Twine,
Walking Sticks, Violin 8trings, Hooks and Byes, Hair rma,
Meerschaum Pipes, Ornameiral Globe Table Lamps,
Watches, Window Glass. : fcc, &c.,, c
Bl'ildixu Sou). The buildinjj on Nuuanu Ave
nue known as tbe Olympic Hall, was Hold at auc
tion on Thursday last, and brought $705. Mr. J.
T. Waterbouse, the owner of the ground, was the
Amusements. The Bell Ringers give a Matinee
this afternoon and a concert this evening at Ka-
waianao ouurcu lor the Ueut lit of the church funds i
the Minstrel perform at the Theatre, aud Madam
Cora at Jiumiw'd Hall.
Koy.il bc-Hooi- We learn that the Rev. A.
Mackintosh, will on the Jst proximo, take the place
or I'ror. ivmney at tne abore school, who retires.
ni.. . ., .
j no uew uppomiee is a genuerrjHn in every way
fitted for the, post in principal of this important
BrRGLARY. From Koolau we learn that during
ine niguioi ine jam mat., a trunk belonging to
Mr. Davidson, the sugar boiler at Kaneohe planta
tion, was taKen irom tne uea room outside, broken
open, ami & iu coin stolen therefrom. - The thief
has not been traced.
The Stkamers. Throughout tbe week, we have
been expecting the Citv of Melbourne from San
Francisco, and the Womja Wonaa from Sydney.
Speculation is rife as to causes of their non-arrival.
The Moses Taylor from ban 1 rancisco. is due.
S&T-Tlw U. S. N. Z. & A. steamship Nevada.
Oapt. JJleth-. arrived last night. 15A days Irom
Citizen ' In ;rlUolel.
Ma. Editob i In the Gaxette of this week a correspond
ent, Citizen," ventilates a few peculiar idea by peculiar I
mean to a certain class of citisens namely, orTice holders or
aubaidized ci'.ixens. " Citixeu " seems to be serious t I will
not say is serious, for 1 do not care to call in question his in
telligence. 1 shall try to De serious in dealing with hint j but
if I should drift into another vein of criticism it will be because
I cannot otherwise do Justice to the absurditi a of which he is
guilty. . . .
uttisen asss questions: very proper, tor oy so doing lie ex
pects to learn something. His first query is. W bat object do
you seek by publishing your paper f I suppose it is to supply a
desideratum caused by tbe publication oi the Uazrtte, aud to
do so in a manner that will be prod table to your patrons and
yourself. Your paper cannot be relied upon in any iuiort
ant matter." This ia a serious charge, so much so that I do
not intend to bend my enetgiea to its refutation ; but the pub
lic remembers that when the Oaxetlt started under lis ros
ent management it monopolised all the reliability in the market.
In fact it donned without leave or license the sobriquet of
Reliable ;" so the public wUl not hold you str icily reajMiusi
ble for a lack of this virtue.
Next we are treated to a comparison of a good Independent
paper with a bad one ) but this point ia so weak aud ex
parte that I pass it by. Bui this Citisen " says you should
be ' suppressed." Does be know the force of his proposition 1
Is he not aware that tbe remedy is worse Iban the diaetuer
This Citizen probaoly fires bis bunch of crackers on the ' Glo
rious Fourth," and would resent to the last breath the imputa
tion tuat he was not a good American. Our lualitutious have
made sad havoc with bis principles.
Frightened at bis own use of enithets. he draws unon the
milk ol human kindness, and complacently pata you Uoii the
back, and says : " I do not mean to afllrm that the f.C. A.
has voluntarily been guilty of all these sins against society."
Oh, no, Mr. Editor, you didn't mean to, you have been led
astray, and you are "drifting in the direction of those rocks
that will certainly wreck you." Iluw kind of " Cllisea to vo
luntarily assume the position of a lighthouse to warn you off.
in me nuici matter, you nave evidently displeased " Citisen '
At tbe iuception of IbtMindertakinc. it was onen to vou. wr.
baps your duty, to discuss the matter iu all iu bearings, but
once fully resolved on aud carried out" you should have kept
still decency " should have prompted you to Ibis course. I n
other words before tbe cards in this little game were turned
you might say what you pleased about it, but when the cards
were tn nana ana you had evidence of Ueir. having Immhi
" stocked " on the innocent players, you should keep still. Well,
this is a mere matter of opinion.
Citizen goes on to say, "These articles would have been in
decent had tbe f. C. A. been professedly an opposition paper,
and the building of the hotel a Government measure." Why
say u would have been indecent" when. the statement made is
a matter of fact f Let us read farther :" M But when it is con
sidered that the hotel is a strictly private enterprise "this
simply displays gross ignorance or knavery t bui wont
V charge u Citisen" with tbe latter. Was I a subscriber, 1
should see in this a cloud, possibly no bigger than a man's
hand, yet large enough to forewarn me. Of course the Minis
ters of War and Finance do not intend to leave the subscribers
in tbe lurch. They have not signed the document that binds
the subscribers, but they have had deeded to them the lot that
the hotel Is built on. Ihe Ministers have promised that the
subscribers shall receive Government debentures for the
amount of their subscriptions, a promise entirely unwarrant
ed by law or precedent, and these debentures are to hold the
taxable subjects of His Majesty for the amount. Ho that it
seems to me that the scheme is one in whieb every tan-payer
is interested, and is not " a strictly private enterprise." Now
if the subscribers behave themselves and help the hotel and
the Ministers through tha Assembly, all will go as merry as
marriage bells, but if they get cantankerous and wout pay up,
and create an opposition, why, you see the Ministers can step
out one side and say. Well gentlemen, the hotel Is - a strictly
private enterprise," and we have on our individual responsi-
niiity advanced tunas to complete it, lor which somebody or
the hotel owes us, and we must be paid. Tbe lot ia ours how
will you settle ? Tbe well known character of the gentlemen
may not warrant me in saying mat mis win nappen, Put it ts
within the range of possibilities with leas upright men.
" Citizen " takes you to task for saying tbe sugar planting
does not pay; In fact you ought not to have said so, for it pre
vents tne -uitrouuction oi new capital" to replace that
wmcn naa oeen sent aoroaa lor lack or profitable employment.
From tour to kiz per cent, per year wiU pay us for the money
we have sent away, and we will let the larger percentage.
wnicn sugar growing pays, go into toe hands of foreign capi
talists, xs not mat magnanimity r What "Citizen" says
about the experience our sugar growers have gained has some
lorce, and "note ' tie minks we are all right on sugar. I mav
be allowed to be skeptical, for the now " has been imminent
several times in my experience.
"What causes the continual rise in the price of real es
tate i" i nave an idea tnat it is owing to the fact that money
naa oeen plenty, anu no sound securities onering. holders have
paid fancy prices, feeling that the land was safer, and paid
better, out doors than their money in doors. I may be wrour.
hut if as money becomes scarce land still rises. I shall have to
yieia mis point. -
Citizen says "Heaven helps him who helps himself." I
agree with him. but I go so far as to believe that Heaven
lakes into consideration the manner In whirh people help
lueuiscives, ana aoe not enaorse questionaoie enorts.
news of importance.
OS SBZRRT AD Port TrfSK.
n.I BHXX WINK.
ager Der, Pale Ale,
rmcH are orrrED
: at Lowest Elarket
OJbWAlALPA CORX, A 000D
I V BOLLX8 CO.
OF THE A t BRITISH
BARQUE JBXCEL.SI: rx
i. . ' -i
JVST ASnrCET), 119 DAYS
JPROM LIVE RPIOL, WnCHA Ft; A.
ASSORTMENT OF '.- '
- or iptio ns
McOnie's Coolers ani ciarifiers,
' ' 1 Star Haymaker, -4
inch Leather Beltiifr,
Liverjool Salt, ice., &c., Sec.
Tihr F.v.5..'6r Ilanalei, Kauai.
.tPPER 8CII00NER '
v KAAINA. MASTER. ;
Will Sail as a Regular Packet as ainsvZrz- T
GEftMAtf - BEBtC BMIUE I
' VIA SAN FRANCISCO,
GOODS SUITABLE FOR
DRY. GOODS, HARDWARE, - .
CROCKERY, C CILERY, HOSIERY,
" ' 4c, Ac, te.
And Direct via Panama!
For Freirbt or paasa reapply to
ALSO, POR SALE !
THF FINE A 1 laUTISH SCHOONKa
Sea 23 o o z; o ,
TO Taa Res;ister.
Ia tne eondlilon, newly copered, and vea loand.
TUEO. fl. DATIE9.
Ex Haw'ri B-ark'R. W. Wood,
fl4 DAYS ,
rom Columbia DRiver.
; LOCR. EX'fRA FAMILr.
' HAMS , 8pa:',lln' a-" Cured.
r " IMON, Wet' PciB' In'bbla. k ht. bbls.
OATb.tieat OnSi " ' .
BRAN, SHOTS AND
WHEAT, oacrop.' ' ' " ' "
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ana names) t ueresr-Tapa and Hies; Springs ; Pis
tol Caeka, sod other work ia 8teel, and Copper
Brandinc-Imas. made to order.
Orders may be left at Mr. Hopper's shop. King Street, of
sent by mail to Hoootaa P. O. box No. 11- s2 2m
FOR 8 ALE THE COTTAGE ON' TOE
Beach at WailikL, formerly occupied by Miss Mout
Komery. Apply to -
tr W. L. GREEN. '
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET AT
WAIKXKX Tie Cottage recently occupied by W. L,
Greoo. at the Bach. WaikikL Rent. 40 per month
or by the year at 3i per month.
BW if . . Apply to W. L.. UKKU. .
... - " t 'i.'jj'
fS" We have received a Romewlial lenethy com
munication from Air. Jobn McKeagrne, of the Heeia
Plantation on this inland, in '.reply to "Veritas."'
in oor issue of tbe 9th instant. The wiiter denies
the froth ol some of the asHertions of Veritas "
and qualifies others, while complaining of the at-
tttnpt to cast relections on himself or bis M bands.
1 be matter in dispute is apparently a private one
entirely between neighbors, and should be settled
without an appeal to the public.
A Retcrxkd Hawaiian. A son of the late Sam
Sinp. whom old residents will remember as a
Chinese merchant twenty-five years ago, on fort
street. returned recently on tbe bark Frances,
after an absence in China of over twenty years.
He is married there and has a family, speaks a
number of the dialects as well as English, and is to
all appearance a thorough Chinaman. But be
longed to see his native islands again, and so makes
A Female Magician. Madame Cora Lamond.
who arrived here recently from Oregon, en route
for Australia, has given two exhibitions of ber
wonderful what shall we say? skill or powers? for
while many of the tricks may be accounted for by
natural causes, there are others that apparently
defy detection. Tbe most wonderful performance
of all is that with whicb the evening closes, tbe
suspension of Mile. Christina, the sister of Madame
Cora, in the mesmeric state. This alone is worth
traveling far to see. By advertisement it will be
observed that tbe exhibitions will be continued
during tbe coming week, with the additional at
traction of tbe distribution of 100 gennine gifts,
each evening, the first on tbe list being $10 in cash.
Cases Prists, rialiis, t , .
White and Dark Greind Prists,
Tweeds, Cassimeres and Cletas,
White aid Brewn Loig Cloths,
Boots aad Shoes for Ladies, Cents and ChlWre,
Denims, Brilliants, and
NUIIEE0US OTHER ARTICLES SUIT
table fmr the Trtisle.
Assault and Battery ox Shipboard. On
Wednesday last, a seaman, named Frank Hughes,
belonging to the American bark Frances, CapC
Field, lying at anchor off tbia port, was arraigned in
tbe Police Court for assanlt and battery on tbe first
officer. The charge was brought under Chapter 9,
section 8 of the Revised Penal Code, specifying an
assanlt " with a weapon imminently dangerous to
life." The prisoner, by his counsel, Mr. A. F. Jndd,
pleaded not guilty to the charge. Mr. K. II. Stanley
' Appearing for the prosecution. .
'fcI . ' ' -'Hm. Am first officer of the baik.
Dlkrop"Jartaottf i. , ... , ja Ullu bet""-rJ
Fmneea. bow at anchor off tm pv , m - - .
ad 10 o'clock in tbe mornrjg, alter loading a lighter with
argo, went to my room to saake oat a receipt; leaving the
second mate in charge of tht gangway beard him call my
same loudly, said going out on deck looked orer the aide aud
aaw him lying in tbe til liter alongside be said catcli that
man Frank, be threw me into tbe lighter j" I turned and saw
prisoner coming aft, with some iron sister-books in his band ;
he made for me as I went towards him ; be came up to me
abaft tbe hatch and struck mte with an Iron book sad knocked
me down ; be beat me in the face ; while 1 was down, auother
of the crew, named Hill, struck me on the back with a cap
stan bar ; prisoner struck me several times while down, about
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Are wartfealarly IwTitr-d ta naniae
usy Stack before) PMrchaaiog
tbe bead and lace, and cut mr lin. so thai it had to be sewed J , VOIX.A.NO UOL'HK
up iftertwu t I said to biro Are you trying to kill me '"-Come in View, and
He replied. " Yes. I win. voa (an ounrobrious enitbet). I la
life or death now." I got half way op once or twice, and was
knocked back by prisoner, gradually getting farther aft ; the
cabin boy brought roe a revolver; prisoner then started for
ward ; I went as far aa the ranrwav and stood anon a spar i
prisoner went to a locker and got some hooks aod bolts aud
commenced throwing at me ; I was holding a rope oyer the
aide for the second mate to come op by ? had the revolver io
my other hand pointing at prisoner ; fired three sbota at hiin.
at random ; did not inlet d to hit him. onlr to frighten him of!'
until the second mate came no s after the second mala trot on
deck he met prisoner on the other side of tbe deck ; when I
got to where I bey were, prisoner bad the second mate down
and was beating him over the head wi'h a Pair of sister-books :
I caught hold and got him away, atriking him over Ihe bead
itb a stick ; with the assistance of Wallace, a seaman, cut
prisoner in irons j the second mate was senseless at this time
from the blows he had received : I bad previousry ordered the
colors set union down : durina- the row the rat of tbe crew
were ataadmr round the deck i when I went towards nriaoner
I bad nothing in my bands : the first blow with tbe books waa
on the fane over tbe nose ; tbe second after I waa down, with
tbe books, eat my lip open ; did not expect that prisoner would
strike me when I went towards him ; the only tronblo we have,
had ou board was that some of the men wanted to go before
the Consul. Mr. Stanley objected to any questions as to Um
history of afiairs oo board the ship previous to the assault.
The province of tbia Court was to inquire into tbe facta at
this case, and no further it had nothing whatever to do with
what happened between Hongkong and this port, ezcent so tar
as between the prisoner and Jackson, the mate. Mr. Judd de.
aired to show by testimony all tbe abase and assaults and bat
teries on .prisoner and others of the crew by tbe Cantain and
first and second officers, anterior to this caac, tendiug to cause
: "Mowheo askn for JL.lt."
ILAND DV Mow HER. fientemtar. 1R71
Miste Edditvr: I wood like to ask a fu kweations and
make sum obaervashuns thr o Vure colluma. Ill wat rite dus
lianalulu mernoperlize all the good things, wile the important
Hand dv M ow he is left hi the fuvment to cit alone as it kan t
About all the important rode and bridg tnakin ix dun on yure
uauu, mu me worves ana lite is lliuir. ana thet cratest lite uv
an, tne guvment pres shines fur lianalulu aloau. Now wi
uuclenl thau be a branch lur Mowbee. so as we kood cit a
suair uv tne me, sa at L-alnua, lur innstans I 1 ventur to
we kan git up ea good a gaaette and wun kwite es well wuth
the munney es du the ministers down thair. Aa yd ma bet. it
wood be more relicble. The Mowhce gaaette wood giv all the
tarticklers uv r.oos. How much belter it wood be to her
evrything in print, so's it kood be depended on. than tu be ob
liged tu here so tnenny storva, and so menny different ver
shuns, not nowin wich if enny ar troo. We git sum storys up
neer mei re a wires expianaauun. aooul vure coins on. Knr
innstans, hopein thet yn will set us rite, if in errur :
We here thet tbe noo hotell is not io tend id fur a liotell a tall.
The Hands ar sune tu be anext tu the grate Reuublik. and this
""uiu ii iur ouiaes mr uie terryioryai lunkatiunariz, Inkloodin
tbe gavner and klark. (who now rool. and the knntrarv. in ih
Kabbinet). .This lnferruaaliun we git frum a fret id uv a liana
lulu nierchent, who ones (the merchant) all the reel estait he
aao an, ana is uuuin eggsiensmy lu stroux hones uv the kuni
We here thet the Kabbinet don't hang well toe-ether nvtw
du the shurts uv sum uv 'em. (Dusty Bob uv our villair. who
una iruui tne snoiaer, onirs to giv tnem lessons free, ray t her
man Ilia shuld klaw like uneddikated Chinees.) But if yure
ai miniaier iz suiun iur a nie. no kan be akonivdated hi l
kumruin up heer. Thair'U be nobaaldy tu prevent an ineaic-
inciit frum ariveing tu a sat tin factory konklushun so Lr u
wun side iz koiisemed.
We here thet all guvm-nt ofEs holders who ar intrcstld in
shuger plantashuns, ar to taik thair pick fur laberers, in rota
shuu, akordin tu rank, frum the guvment skulea, beginnin with
ine iteiormitory. a good Idoe, ana win da away with the sk
it uraed bethen chlneacooly traflik.
Flese eeesplane the aliov roomers, estM-sIiiully thet about the
file the aiiek uv war in theofSs uv the War and the Navec
aud oblidg yures inkwirinly, MowHtt.
Letters from Hawaii No. 5.
FROM OCR TRAVELISa CORRE8POVDEIT.
Laiapck ii, Pcka DbiTiucr. Aug. 26tb, 187
We were located last night half waj np the hill
side, lookiog down on broad undulating fields of
ancient lava, tormiaatiog lit faigb ciitts, broken
down here and there bj Earthquakes and tbe
action of tbe sea whose water horizon stretches
ever farther away,' as we ascend. Our baggage
being collected together, and ourselves mounted
on our mules, we begin tbe daj's ride, and for the
next two hours climb the mountain side over a
good road, when, reaching the ''divide" between
Puna and KiHtuea, the waj is more level and
smoother, and we rpJttla merrily along through
woods that cost a grateful shade over us. until we
caicb, first, a glimpse of the smoke-clud rolling
away from tbe crater, then, through thick tufts of
v-T:-" '"'jri'-z r:- - : of the oii
pniu-ierun ana suruouy ouiast. tiu. -ii , , t
crater long fdnce extinct ; anon, the roau k a.
over bare hillocks, und far away on our ri t i
stretch ranged' ot hills, with hern and tberr a
gaping Assure, or ragged chasm, monuments of
past eruptions, until we come to where the road
joiun with that from Hiio. and widens and lecotnes
more smooth. 'Another mile and the hospitable
walls of tbe ,
.S. M. "Here too."
Two liours later. S. M. -' I say I Mr. Adver
tiser ! Ferguson bill loll"
V. C. " What do jou want, what are yon u..k
Ingsuch an, an (I was going to say injerat btit
remembered where I was) such a row aboutr"'
S. M. "When are you going to look at tbe
cra-a-a-ter!! to-morrow I"
Y. C. Ye-e-a I guess so or next day. or
or next trip may be. any time but juitt now
don't bother me, l m I'm butty."
S. M. "Never mind ; let's go and have a stew."
"A,-a ichat did you say a htcxo! you ain't iu
Fulton market old lellow, and canned oystuis are
"No uo, not that kind I didn't mean, not at all,
(S. M.'a grammar sometimes goes back on hiui) 1
meaut a sulphur stew, so's to be all ready (or the
crater in the morning."
"Good gracious I is that necessary ! why didn't
you tell me? i I bow much ol a walk U it fioui
here to HiloT" No use, 1 had to go, aud as wi
ntered a small hut with a low door thiough whlcli
to enter, and over which a heavy Hiuotu.-ry look
iug mat was suspended, and J saw dense clouds of
steam and aud vapor pouring from two round
holes in the side of this internal looking muchinu
I thought "sulphur stew" why not u " phos
phorous fry," to be followed by a biiuistone
bake ;" aud my knees smote together.
I have sometimes noticed when, under very try
ing circumstances, a person's courage has wholly
leit them, and they are abandoned by all bope,
that a temporary Ireuzy seizes upon llit-ni, and in
this delirious suUi, the criminal steps upon the
gallows trap, tho recmit marches into the can
uoq's mouth, the husband coolrouts his incensed
mother-in-law, and Y. C. enters the misty depths of
TUB 8t Ll'ULR PATH.
As my detracted vision grew sensible to stir
rouudiug objects 1 saw before me a box say lour
feet square, with a sliding top, opening In the mid-
! die. la each half where, they joined, was cut out
a semi-circular opening, wIioku united segments
formed an orifice in circumCvi ence equal to that of
a patent cloth-lined paper collar, size 15J (1
tebied it), and this top. being drawn back, aud the
valve" (fancy coutrolliiig the steam from IVlo's
caldrons with a valve I ") that admitted, or cut
off steam from this machine, being closed. 1 aaw a
seat adjusted s as to admit of the boUee being as
comfortable as possible when lairly encloM-d In
Somewhat comforted by the solemn assurance of our guide,
that the French Coroiuiaaioner," whom we bad seen "all
alive oh !" iu festive liilo since his return I'roin here, hud
occupied ' the chair, " very recently, and clingiug tu the hn
that the bland smile ol our Chiuoe boat, waa au hides, to his
merciful disjiosilion, ws diarolted, and aaauiuud our throne,
with apparent couiosure. Judging from ilm sensation ex
ierieiiced by Y. V. aa that trap closed its jaws around Ins
nock, hanging mast be unpleaaant, and Urn slocks of New
England a bore. Anon a gentle beat iiervadi-d th liiU'rior.
1'ele hail arentud her helpkws prey, and I felt ber warm breath
around me aa she drew near 1 great drops of sweat and att ain
rolled dowu my bw;k. Convulsive twitchinga wiat d my favor
ite corns an trreeislifcle diiositioii to ai rali h InaiTi .nihli;
portions of my itarboilod body, aas lollowetl by a Iranllc desire
for a sinoki, ami that by a general fueling ut lassitude, lorget.
fulneaa, oliliviun culminating In sleep, .
lilaine me, it 1 don't believe you could sleep lovn In the
crater. Wake up, you old Rip Van Winkle,'' (shouted the
H. AI.) as he hauled uM-n the case and Killed ins out t.real
Cvaar's ghost 1 you Uok like an overdone lolister."
We didn't say anything, but gingerly dring ourselves wild
the softest part of tha towel we could find, assumed our t lollies,
that seemed lu grow harsh and stiff, and went home to sujiner.
COMNBKD MB TO THla MBTSBAT
For bracing air, good food and real. J.ainiacairs of limited
extent aud minor beaulius fatigue the mind and eye In trat-mg
their varied outlines, and dwelling uhii their charms. Hut
here, we have no horiton. Hpace vast and lllimtlabh) surrounds
us ou all sides. Earh chasm liuo whirh we purr is bottomless,
gazing down into the huge Ciater lying before us, the eye lot
lows the line of lofty walls that encircle iu vast clrrumft ruiice,
and from every point of view Is drawn to the yawning deplli
Of the central pit, from which ever rises clouds ol amoks and
steam that, dashed aside by ebbing winds, half reveal still
teecr depths, Iroui which the fiery glow of uuseeu flames,
flaali, gleam and quiver, lieyoud, half seen nildat misty clouds,
tower huge battlements, riven and shattered by fierce Internal
throes far away to the right lis the long undulating slopes of
M auna Ia, with clouds concealing from our view her highest
ranges, bearing upou her rugged sides light veils of vain.r and
blending in the blue distance with the bright sky above At
night we see gleaming on the clouds low-lying over the fUatant
Hue of mountain, the faint reflection of the lire Irom the out
break on the southern slope of this huge rsnge. Near at baud
the ever shifting masses of sulphurous fumes ascending Iroiu
the active crater depths, are lit up by the fires beneath. Unit
reports of escaping gases tell of fierce subierranean soil
betwixt the opposing elements t long ghaatty streams of vriair '
trail over all the crags and cliffs and sunken plslns, while over
all tbe bright full moon gleams eold and silvery bright fiishs
as of lost spirits strike sadly on the ear, low moans of wander
ing winds come fitfully from out the gloomy woods whoae
siwctral branches toss and twist and writhe their shriveled
arms up to the hurrying clouds that ever and auon sweep In
gloomy shadows over the scene. " I say old lellow breaks
out tbe H. M (who has been trying to have his say for stna
time) " don't forget to mention we haven't any moaqultos here
will you!" Betting out this Halurday, a. m. (2Hth) and trust
Ing to the familiar acquaintance of the 8. M. with the routs to
be pursued, we descended the rude stafrraa n,t n..
sides of the interior wall (as It may be called) and reaching the
floor of Ihe crater, traversed Ihe vast bed of lava that covers
what were formerly known aa the North Central Lakes
The crumbling nature of the surface of the lava field imparts
a sensation of insecurity, that ia only half dissipated by seeing
In the numberless cracks and fissures the great thickness of
the bod, or more properly speaking roof that we are treading.
This surface Is twisted Into long strands of rope-like f ldi or
ridged and corrugated to every direction. Here may Im smu
wave after wave upheaved and Cooled, overlapping masaea
rounded in outline or with sharply defined edge, concentric
ripples spreading in widening circles from a common centre.
Great billows with lorn crest threatening to break uihhi the
smooth floor, piles of rocks upheaved like those masses of leu
soen in Arctic aeaa forced up by meeting floes. At limes our
route leads us over the smooth surface of erst-while liquid
lava, that bas cooled In mimicry of tbe still flowing stream,
whose deep waters go by without a rlnnlo. a.i
oyer moe rocks, shattered and torn, heaped up high In dire
confusion, blasted by the fierce heal and sulphurous fumes of
the burning luke beneath. As we
South Lake, to which the fire is now confined, blaata f l.oi -Ir
cause us to oatrh our breath and pause. Miratire groaning
and convulsive tremors warn us of the fires underneath, until
at last we stand upon the verge of
thb in man a i. asvxs.
And see far down, the Jets of smoke, aiut fin, .. -i.i.n..-
clouds of steam, the play of ghastly light, ami all Ihe dead Im
agery of hell. Uasiug for a while into theao flfllli raa s4awvkaa
eddying current ol wind sweena aaido the ..... .
and we realise tbcawful fact, that the ledge everywhere bat
tered and torn, on whtr.h we stand, overhangs such a Blowing
seething horrent crumbling bomb of fire, as to cauau ua to'
hastily attain a more secure stand-uolnL. Afi, r
alarms us. We have escaped out of ih ..r A
death, and that we are Mill within his portal causes . ...
little uneasiness, that we seek a convenient .r .... -1.1..K ...
spread our lunch, and satisfy our hunger, without a Ihouaht of
present danger. "Andnow, old fT-llow," said the rt. M.
chucking the balance of bis tenth nHi.i. i... .
smoking hard by- As aooo as youv'e finished that sv.nd
bo of sardines, vne'll go back " Confusion g.tlK-r around
thee" we muttered, aud In about an hn, ..i . ,.", " . .
once more in our arm t hair, grinning over some of ihe absurdi-,rfwnhe,-Trvl'.-rs
ook -f which more anon.
Muimm ihji exactly me right place to speak of
THE BOUTS TO It T . . a.
to reach this sikM. but while I think ..r,i i.. ... .r
one has a little time to expend, L e. If they are not hurried, by
ar me nest rouie 10 lake Is throusb Puna. akirt,r th. e...
aimost the entire distance. Wlih s-nn.1 i........ .1 '
from II Uo to F.idhart's, twenty-three mlh-a e.n h. .....
one day, with a short stop at the " Cave," and a swim lolo its
warm subterranean waters. Al Lldhart'a. there Is the ancienl
ruins on the hill, the bath In Ihe " water of the gods "in
comparable m its way the Lake crater, and lunh., ii...i
some most beautiful craters field with foliage. Tha nt .1..
to " Kalapana." where there is mnch to Iniereo .,.,1 ,i.. ....
here. Ketnrning go the other route, aud ft awnfi r-l tl.m A.,..n
district. While here Ihe tourist is warned that ha most look
sharp after his borses, or they teitl not be watered Other,
wise Ihe rcoramodatlona are rood. The aejilj. ...iy 1.
tirrty ino high. Meals 11 00 earh 1 h.ul ai t ........ .
guide to the crater, $1 Oueacb -r hn,V. fK.J u n
without grain : with. tl.OO earU-rTI.e e..n.
the house cannot be vervt, .ml the number of visit. s Is
auite lane I find swf.e hook. r. .. i.. ..
r':!.'i'r.,",elifn "'".staying s1,h.
.... aa wi iiuuiun v, natives. JV.OW Ilieae ..,..1. .....
pmpritkors anu guesu. looking over the pages of lb
we find fiit usual amount of t.addW to laogh at. vulgarity to
desf.ie, c-otic4tto rid5u, a SB orcaaional flasbra vf wit to
interest us, and valuable biforBiation to inslruct.
.i".0; A.rll,d" '"r,h Wtm ""f y announcing
his 1 Intention " at some future day ,4 writing his Impreaslu,..
Io detsiL In bis short Memento krft here lie having estimated
stfeb con ven lent adjectives as -grand," siundous," " mas
mflcent." asiounding," Ac, SVc, has goo borne to uiiearlb
v"" r wsj rcvUB
Fare thus well.
K rT '.. ' .. .. . '"n l"ur dollars per day,
iLAVliikes the nice little sum of two hni -..-4
I do thins that the prices could be lowered with benefit I-.
jintting spurs to our iadd
steeds, midst steaui, aad smoke, wild shouts, and
laughter loud, we clatter through the rose-encircled
gate, up to the, open door, aod are in Tele's
In the absence of Her Chamberlain, Kaina,"
his deputy from the Flowery Kingdom, Akai. grins
a cordial welcome. " Finding no visitors here w
take possession of the house, order a fire to be
built, on the old fashioned, comfortable-looking
red-brick hearth that blushes a cozy welcome,
haul off our boots, sink back in the lap of tbe
eay plush-lined rocking chair that extends its soft
pulii-stuffed arms ia mute but cordial embrace.
Premising that we have taken special pains to
satisfy ourselves of tbe welfare of our steeds, that
we have discussed a very good and apropos din
ner, that our pipe is sending up its grateful ia
cense we p:tss on to the disenssion of our plans
during cur stay here, t Tne S. if. (hort for school
master) from the depths of a boge sofa occupying
one sido of the room" What are you going to do
this afternoon?" f '
Y. C. (your, correspondent) who. half buried
in tbe rockintr chair ?poken of before, aod with
beels elevated a la Yankee." has been lazily en
joviog tbe sparkling nrond Ca' Eh? what? oh
J. 11. 11.2-calls the attention of "subsequent Visitors " to b
Idresa, aa n "after days, weeks, months, and years " lie wi
! bsppy to see any one from lbs volcanoe. uh. ...... k...
Ji as ne nas no grass and la In baste."
James, we Intend calling on Ibee some da v.
P. If with other l ooby, seems to mrord Ihe - drinks "
that be bas taken with aoi-d.rabts gnsu, and be aud his fel
low guzzlers leave when ihe bottle w dry. Happy p Jl.in
your own words, " drink harty."
C A. sing the change on " anion " Until one tires
T; Vir" M h,h " 'l- 1 of Xmt eofl .rl, cf
seu1afPisoti the origin of man," mwiNikfii 1 r,f an idiot
Invitaiksis to tUmrr, - Job's romforters," -cluckon soav'"
and a prayer to t 1,1 fr..t ' " ' '
'' iia I'd ihe wbigs of a dove, ' -
L" ) d'iv I would fly iu thealr.", . - .
We wiVUou -T. 7- -
f. F.. mis., u ' a Latin aratenm about mjln, rnt Ins Iti
giocs cr a. eil.iri A tbe kind, much Io the dismay of - we "
W. :. inquires r 'etlcally, (and with a vast expenditure of
Ink) - mis, or .t not Ihe plane referred to in atrii.lur aa
the lake (teat burneth with brimstone and Are f ' H
Ve W. C", fom sre right, you aro. -,
T. B. II. via the crater - fr ibe third time." '
Itaauka T. H. H 1 when you corns agUfi, Just mentloo that
il is - tor the foartb tiiue."
A bora poet, muns an known. elres us a psge of poetry
Uul no. a forbear. If rails npon Hope " to gleam with
ber eye v -this dark p4."
No yow don't, B. Y. floj Un't f crfng Io botbor ber eya
aliout any f your -dark pools.")
Tbe-oblging and gentlananly guide," evidenily under
stands his bwMueas, for be An, not fail 10 remark lhat - the
craier ts aosMtaily .cllva." aud the visitors who have beet
ere befora, ar sare to resaiod the reader ol tbat fart, la such
senlxnoes aa . ,
- Whew 1 ws ber In 1S20 the eraler," Ac. f
"On say two previous visita, tbe volcano, sYc. j
"Great ch.-j.ges bav taken plaoe since my last visit ln,!
- Tb general appearance of tbe crater Is atmal lh samg as
la 136," Ac
- No change since my kvst visit in 181V
H My tsBtu vbt, overt thing smchsjngfld," sV.
- Hboutd not have rucogniaud this voicauo as tbe salt V lu
lled by km to," Ac.
And atany oHmvs are scatter! throurbout M bank, and we
have contributed t aa equal w.mbsr of thesaaso kind, ta b.
fill up. Uas p" tmlorum t-, glvss 14 as hia opttuoa thai
oov can travel sib aioct " If: is a snohtacboly caaaiphi W '
hia own sayiog. Accord .i l . h- own aoruunt, be gased npon
tbe Fsllsof Maasbsaf, f. waia. k. I lbs Veaemila, Swcnde4l into
thegloomy aepths:' .V. ua. -iviua, and Mlaasa, uusM '
MouJkiliaae.Cbiaiinli-o. ,u through tbe sifcnit atreeia
of rVdbpsil aod ft sreuw ti 11 . t in in aileat CoUasnm,
viewed St. Peters, abd lb (Mr j i-g C'aibedral, aod afu-r all
turned bis fart bomward, a. 1, an sss as ever. On tbln
about Imn, wa admir4, has br9,nl, of it. , Ut'laa.