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PACIFIC COMMMERCIAL A D V EUTISE H, J A N U A R Y 21,
St. Lout. December 2 The Eret through
train from St. Luu to San Frnriicij vi the Ir.n
Mouotaio, Texi4 and Pacific and Sut!ir-rn Pacific,
cr what will be known as the Triple Pacific Line,
will leave here on Sunday iniroinj i:ext at 9
o'cl ock. A train will also leave lrre via tle Mia
ouri PaciSc, Kansas an J Ten, and connect
with the above through train at F rt Worth,
New Vork. December 2S. The Tribune aj
that the Completion or the Southern Pacific rail
roaJ lonnectio the Pacific ocean with the Gulf
of Mexico, ie an event ui iiuti ,nat interest. It
trat effect on the current of comment will, no
doubt, be to cauee a lare portion of tle gram
which now joe Una Otlitornia to Europe bv
way of a lon te poae around Cape II jrn. to
take a much ehorter route by way of New
Orleans. The rj4 will be f jrreat and La
mediate) benefit to the metrop,Ii or the Calf,
which baa been drained in r,uiriee end popula
tion during the decade fallowing the wr. and
haa only begun to recuperate ince the completion
of the MiMtMippi j.(tie It will also facilitate
the rapid etiletuetit of n.rtl.era Tex. devel jp
the miniog resource- of New Mexico and Arizona.
aod give a freth and needed tiniulua to the
growth of California.
New York, December 2$ The Herald s ad
vice from St. Peterobur.; ay: The new Ruin
expedition to explore the muths ol the Lena id
under the direction of NichoUi Jurgen, an officer
of the corpa of pilot. He i a inatheiuAiician.
Muigberen U charged with astronomical and
meteorological observation-. Dr. Ktnge will di
rect the xoolozical and botanical researche. In
addition to tfae men the ex t edition wiil be com-
a w- a ..
ponea 01 eleven oiuier, two of whom are frjm
wonaiaji. ite other will he taken from the
locaJ troor at Irkutsk.
.."Pi FJitio Ke by way of Mjij and
.jm ovgoroa. where it will provide iUelf with
m luiitium. ctotning ana ineiruments nece
ary, beside five alede for their conveyance
from there. It will proceed to Irkutsk bv way
01 .aiaoDorg and lotuk. Next er ring it wiil
et uiaru tn.j win proceed bj the Lena t -ward
the frozen aea. The limit of the wooded
region M at a great distance Irotn the m uth of the
Lena. Tbe ei (edit ion will have to convey with it
from Yakatk the wood neeewwry for construction
ana fuel. The exdition will begin it scientific la
oora oo August x, 183. and will continue them
uu tbe same date in 1883.
lh expedition is naturally indepr idcut of
orr oioers wiicD. Dy order of General Ignatieff.
wui employ u mwt rapid mean of reaching
the ship wrecked people, hut its programme will
give a clear idea or the effma which must have
been made and the difficulties surmounted
by the measeogere who brought the news, and
loeorueai through which the urvivors of the
Jtanneltt will have to pass before they arrive at
Lp to January 1st no news of the Jeannette'a
Biasing boat bad been received.
New York, Dec. 27. The Herald m St. Pctet
burg special says: To arrive at the mouth of the
Lena, the boat ot the shipwrecked' Jeannette
must have passed between New Siberia and the
Island ol Jradiwskai, which U inhabited only
daring tbe summer by nouiadit, who arrive at tbe
close of the winter in sledges drawn by dogs.
curmer on in fter course was IIe Petite and th
Island of Helbovot. The distance is about five
hundred miles from the locality of the shipwreck
to me mouth of the Lena. The mouths 1 this
river are situated in the most dreary and desolate
part of tbe confines of Northern Siberia. Ti
whole coast was last visited and described by
Lieutenant Pierre Aojou in 1823. Previous to
that these vast regions, occupying a distance or
hundreds of mile along tbe coast, were explored
in 1735 and 1736. by Lieutenant Proutachischeff,
and at their furtherest extremities by Lieutenant
Dim tire La pleff in 1733. The place where the
boat No. 3 lauded is situated between the graves
of Lieutenant Lansiriua, who perished in 1735,
with thirty-fire or bis companions, and that of
Lieutenant Proutechitfcheff and wife, who per
iled in 1736. From tbia point to Yakutsk the
distance is more than 1,000 miles, through a
desert country, completely destitute of popula
tion. A Russian expedition to take scientific observa
tions at tbe mouth of the Lena, duriog the years
1882 and 1883, will atari to-day.
London, Dec. 31. James Gordon Bennett of
the New York Herald has started for St. Peters
burg to confer with the Russian Government as to
tbe feasibility of starting another Polar expedi
tion. Regarding the appointment of Howe as Poet-master-Geneml.
the S. F. Chronicle of the 1st
inst. says : "The retirement of Mr. James from
the Pxetiuaeter-Genernlehip is one of the most
unfortunate leeultM of the present system oi civil
service. He wui pclcvicd by Gai field as the one
man in the country who. by actual knowledge
and skil!, was mod cuuieteiil to take charge of
tins tf-reut national oVuiriuiett. . He hud mnduso
uiiiny uu j ror-M ii in tin New ork office tnai
it wa iiMkUiulii niierri-d tll he iuuU be equal
ly uim-IuI tiiiitoii. He proved lonn-ell
i digiii: up ilie lar-routtr Irauils. Ihit all his
( fnleitcv duo ! ito avail, tHiniiH1 lie was not s
stalwart and a li H'tuit. He Was loret:d to tel
M.t ol lif C'-iImiw I.uimI hin sn-iu-law. an tqually
eifit-ifiil Ui i. ill h? crowded out of the New
York Poioflj.-r to m.ik.T way lor a politic.il Work
er. Jamrs" rwrewiir, eX-?N:liator llowe ol W i.
con-in. never did ihin ItritUaitl in his politi
cal career, and has no pevial filiiers lor his new
poeition. which he owes entirely to the fact that
he worked fur Conkling in the Senate.
London, December 22. A largely attended
meeting of landlords ha been held at Dublin, at
which resolution were passed condemning the
Land Act, and setting forth the intention of the
mectaajr to demand compensation from the State
for the leases incurred through the carrying out
of tb provisions of tbe law.
Owing to ill-health, Parnell has been removed
from Kilmainbam t the gaot at Armagh.
London, Dee. 29. The police in Ireland are
actively prosecuting a search for arms in the dis
tricts which have been proclaimed as disturbed.
An extensive seizare of rifle and other weapons
was made to-day at Listowel, in County Kerry.
1 be leader of the extensive secret Society of
Marauders was arrested to-day at Macroon, in
County Cork, Ireland. Tbe document found in
hi possess ioo include plan lor tbe projected mur
der of the farmers who continue to pay their
rents in defiance of tbe Leagueis manifesto.
New York. Jan. 1. A abe spe ial to the
Trt&un, from Lon lo. f De:t-n.b--r 31st says:
The Insii rlxieutive at tears at List awake to the
necessity of oiwii. to clore quarters with Irish
ruffianism. The organization ol eleven of the
worst coumie five oVtrieis, ea:li under the
But ervieioJi ol a rpeetal in a pirate, though a tep
in advance, h rlr.ihly only preliminary to still
mure direct aud efficient action for which fresh
mrhiuentarv rowers are deemed necessary. Tltese
magistrates rereul!y ln-pectors, with met ruc
tions to institute minute personal examinations
in each district, and with power to use the police
and military in urgent caes. but they are charged
especially to advice the central executive of the
. - - . i f i : . n
cert mean oi restoring orucr. hub is iuui uu
attemot to cut red ta, and so is tbe Privy
I'fMirwii'a sanction to serving writs bv poet cr
nlacard. The auihorities believe that the arres-t
of Conoell has disorganized the most dangerous
f th rihhon socialists. Forester's resolve to
prohibit the circulation of seditious newstapers.
whether Irish or fore:gt, comes as usual, late,
bat meet with the heirty approval of the loyal
Vienna, Dee. 23. . corrected lift of the vic
tim of the Ring Tlea:cr fire gives the total at
Rome. Dee. 22. In a speeeh delivered in the
Ctaunber of Deputies ti-day. by Signor Mancini,
Minister ol Foreign Aff.iirs, with regard to the
French occupation ol Tunis with the representa
tive of the French Government; he stated that the
Italian Government intended to closely watch
the future action of the French in Tui.i, and to
Erotect Italian interests in that country. Great
ritain. lie said, had tacitly accepted the Treaty
Madrid. Dee. 23. A diopateh from Tangier
says: The t roups difpatcbed by the Emperor of
Morocco to capture the Chief lim Owcna, have
joined the latter in proclaiming a holy war against
tbe French. They subsequently defeated the
tribe who relused to j in them. The revolt is
spreading and trie Emperor has not the requisite
Beans for suppressing it.
Tunis, Dec. 23. Tle three priucipal tribes in
Southern Tunis continue to resist the French army
aod lurther fighting ha taken place between tbe
latter a A tbe insurgents.
Paris, Dee. 28. Advice fr.ao Tunis are to
the ef&ct that General Loerot has succeeded in
obtaining the u'miion of all the insurgent
triteM, except the O'lrezamanz. wk ate isolated
on the Tripolitan frontier. The submission of
that tribe is considered nnr.
Lmd n, I)?. 31. The Datly .NVu-t. in a lesd
iqz article discussing the Panama Canal enter
prise, aysr It may he hi--d that a protectorate
in which Europe could not a-quiece, will be no
more heard of. BUineinn is probably destined
to hcocoe in America like Jingoism here and
Chauvinism in France the name or a temporary
aberration (rem political reason.
MadriJ, Dtx. 21. In the Cortes to-day. Senor
Armi). Minifter of Foreign Affairs, announced
that a protest bad been recently sent by Spain t
r.nx'.ami against tre cnarter graniea ijineortu
Brneo Trading Company, and that diplomatic
corresponder-c was now proceeding between tbe
British and Spa Dish Givernmsnts in regard to the
Constantinople, Dec 23. O Donovan, former
ly correpoo4ent to the London Daily AVtrr. has
been sentenced to six months imprisonment for
libelling tbe Sultan. -Lord Dufferin. the British
Minister, is interesting himself with the Porte on
behalf of tha prisoner.
An English steamer ha been seized at Con
stantinople by the Turkish authorities on su.j i
cion ol its being utilised lor some nefarious pur
pose directed against the Porte. A Urge quan
tity of gunpowder was discovered on board, and
despite tbe denial of tbe captain and agents that
any wrongful act was intended tbe vessel has been
detained. 1 he assistance of tbe British Ambas
sador has been invoked.
Rome, Dee. 23. The Pcpe, in receiving a dep
utation of Cardinals tday, stated in the course
of his address that bis position in Rome was daily
growing more unbearable, and he feared that the
Church would have to submit to luither severe
New Y'ork. Dee. 31. The six-day walking
match closed to-night at 10 o'clock, Fitxgerald
eotnihg m first with a record of 582 mile and 55
Tarda, beating the best previous record, (that of
Robert Vint. 578 miles, in May, 1881.) by four
miles and a few yards.
London. Dec. 2"5. The Standard to-day pub
lishes a telegram stating that fully one-fourth
or the city of Cronstadt has been destroyed by
fire. The conflagration is further stated to have
been the aork ol Nihilists.
Sir Hrury Park-, the Premier of New South
Wales, who wa a pasiieuger by the mail steamer
Australia, will, whilst at Waahinton, open a
negotiation with the Uovernmeut on behalf of
hi own colony and New Zealand with a view
to obtaining a modification of the present dutiea
on wool which are almost prohibitory. He will
also seek to induce the Government to assist in
subsidizing the mail aerrice between Australia
and California, which without such assistance is
likely to be dincontinued at the end of the
Small-pox in still numbering its victims in
Sydney. The Dialf Telegraph, of 29th Decem
ber, the day of the mail steamer's sailing says :
" There have been several fresh cases of small
pox during the week, and one death from the dis
ease, bat it is believed that this dreadd epi
demic is now on tbe decline. "
In Auckland. New Zealand, on the nikt be
tween the 8th and 'Jth Decomber.no less than
five fires were discovered, each of them evidently
the work of au incendiary. .
Sir Arthur Gordon, Governor of New Zealand
and High CommisHioner for the Western Pacific,
-:!! shortly leave New Zealand, and after a visit
to Fiji to settle some land claims will resign his
position and return to England. Lord Augustus
Loftns, the present Governor of New South
Wales is spoken of as bis successor.
The English criketers commenced the prin
cipal match of the season that against the com
bined Australian team at Melbourne on 31 De
cember. In their first innings they made 2'J4 ;
of which Ulyett made 37, Bates 59 and Selby
Wellington, N. Z. Dec. 28. A shocking occur
rence took place tbia evening, by which a lady
was literally blown to pieces, and a building par
tially wrecked. The facta are as follows : At
the shop of Mr. Barraud, chemist, Lambtou
Quay, some blue fire was in the course of prepara
tion for nse of the theatre. On testing a small por
tion of the mixture, it was found dangerously ex
plosive, too much chlorate of potash having been
inadvertently used in the composition. Accor
dingly Mr. Barraud' assistant, Mr. Anthony
(formerly of Chistchurch) took it out in a back
yard, and began to destroy it by slow combus
tion.' He bad occasion to leave for an iustant,
and before he could return bis wife happened to
go into the yard, and seeing the chemicals on the
tire, nt once threw a bucket of water on the burn
ing mass. A terrific explosion immediately took
place, which shook the whole city, and was heard
at a distance of some miles. Poor Mrs. Anthony
received the lull force of the shock, and was
frightfully mutilated. Both arms were toru off,
ulso one leg, the lower jaw, and the sculp. Won
derful to relate she lingered till niter J P. M.
All the windows in the vicinity were smashed, and
other d.unage done. The stone mortitr in which
the composition bad been mixed was hnrlt-d
many feet into the air, and sent flying clear over
the tons of tbe houses into the next street. For-
tnnately notHnly flse was injured
mnnrnire rreateu a profound
sensation m thr
Melbourne, Dec. I'J. The cricket match be
tween the All-Eughiud Eleven and the Victorians
was won by the Englishmen by 17 ruus. The
match created great excitement in Melbourne,
anil the nisult caused no little surprise, as the
aft'uir had looked like a certaiuty for the Victo
rians. The match between the Victorians and
an eleven from this colony was played at Mel
bourne, and ended in a victory for Victoria by
two wickets and one run.
Salbj Kea Islaaw Nwa.
The crreiondent of the N. Z. Herald writes
under date. Taiohae, (Marquesas islands), Nov.
19 : Since my last there has not been a great
deal to chronicle. The chief events of the month
have been the arrival here of the Frsnrh ironclad
Trioniphaute, Admiral Dupetit-Thouars and fleet,
which sailed for Tahiti a fortnight ago. Yester
day we were surprised at seeing a large steamer
Waring the Kussian flag enter the large bay
which forms our harbour. She proved to be the
Russian war steamer Afrika, 10 days from Hono
lulu, bound for Auckland. Admiral Aslambegoff
kindly sent his magniheent bund on shore here
this afteruoou. which played a selection of music
for two hours, giving quite a gay appearance to
oar otherwise dull port oi residence. The natives
swarmed iu from all parts, loaded witL oranges,
cocoauuts, Jtc., whilst the tlile of our European
populutioll reclined oil soiue comfortable chairs,
considerately placed on the lawn by the French
authorities, and enjoyed the music under the re
freshing shude of au enormous breadfruit tree
Ancklaud. SMli December. During this mouth
we have received Im-ws of another Island mas
sacre. Mr. II. A Mair, Government agent, the
mate, and two Fijian, of the schooner Isabella,
having been attacked and massitcretl by the
natives on the island of Santo, New. Hebrides'
I rent di satisfaction is expressed by the traders
in these islands at the inadequate protection ac-
. a . s . . a
cor.ieii to tiiein oy me unusa vessels oi war
that tu turojieiin Lmvcrnmentsi cnieny n-
tertt"!! are to onsalt togi-thtr on the whole
sulj-ot of PoJynesia. N. Z. Herald.
Sv.liu-y, DeotniUr 20. Inspecting the mas
snire of the tTtw of the st-huoner Isalx-lla, ut
Suntt Islan.l, wLt-m th natives are cannibalu,
thy iuale a ftust of tho crew, and all the
r -mains were s aKl l. scraped, and got ready
for ciH.kinj.'. (This whs the affair in wLich Ir.
If. A. Mair was nundered.)
A i-orrt -poinleut tf the N. Z. Herald writes
front Apia, Samoa, as follows : NoTember 2d,
a few Java a'o a Govirnnient schooner arrived
from Ton-': with a depnUtkju front King George
to invite Malictoa to hpend (Jhristuait in Tonga.
I believe the invitation is accepted, ami lit a cer
tain date King George proceed to Vaavau to
iu 1 1 hiiu nl es-ort him to Tonga. To-day there
has been a great and peaceable meeting to pre,
aeut the Tougese with welcome in th'! haie of
fo.d etc. Since that a cricket match was played
between the ToUgese ana ine knore ioi., renuii
in" in a victory lor Apia. Old King George is
verV aged, and biased a good deal by communi
cation with people ftom Fiji. There ia little
doubt in our miuda that a little diplomacy 13 at
work, which at present ia not divulged, but the
wheeU keep revolving.
tXZSZS "FxfaV&Z ; Y io 1 l I 11 Joints vo,xli vmSSiH- f - , j
kiioiu th .t ..wilt Tfn-eance will taken 1 I'rovul. Such bt-hef vouKl uot affunl nj ex- ... , ' I,(l,(th.r whiw.fcrMi. uam.s ni;n.n,i wm , , I , .
5" l.KM-,H.-,,M, I. Simple; it cannot te put out of Adjust-
JiS..atoib. b,i,iM. iioig iti.iMH.ri. ii . ;"' ' qni";J. by .,i or w.iif. (-n itnt ki k. ment 1$ light Sunning. unit Ey ; -"- ' " "21. a .:.d:;'t'crl,',,,:.',';:v'''""'''',
November 17. No news, no ships, nobttt-rs
to date ; hut a very significant occurrence h:is
t.iVen pla e. On the 1-th Mlietoi viv.tr-1 the
German war h;p H.tbicht. and was again saluted
with telity-oue gnus, and the dlrtt rent fa-Hon-,
were lveii t understand that the Iiuperi.il -r-ni.tii
Consul had instructions froai his Govern
ment to defeu.l Muliet.i.l, and tli.'it if they wished
to ti'ht aiaiu they must also fijLt tieruumy. Of
course, the owumg parties say, What ri-ht
have the foreigners to interfere r Let Hi fcht.
they can do us little harm. " Th- do nt know,
iu their iguorauce. how foreign powers have,
years ago, placed kings uu thrones, uiul can do
it again. The natives know they have needle
guns, ttiink tney are invincible, jui iney niii
hud that the all-powertui influence ot reiit
countries will cause them to succumb. I nave
hinted before that a squall is brewing and noth
ing but an intervention cau prevent it.
In this small space of about two iiiiles of
Beach-street are for.iteen store-, tlauked (u the
east and wf-t by the two large German stores,
six public houses, only two with restaurants at
tached, or rather eating rooms ir uoaraei.-, i...r
restaurants at the preseut time are unmention
able, as the people who come here expect to tind
everything that a market town could produce. It
is not so, and if it were not tor tin'ieii meats,
bread, buiscuits, fish, etc., very raiely pigs and
very few fowls, there is nothing to ie got to sup
ply a table with one course.
November 23d. At about 4 p. in. a sharp
shock of earthquake occurred. Fortius month
the weather has been very tine.
November 2oth. By the arrival of the Mission
bark John Williams, which vessel conies from
the north-west, we hear of the wreck of the
schooner Norval of Auckland. She brings u
portion of the crew," who will, no doubt, ! sent
on as soon as possible.
The H. V. Alniv brings hies to Jainniry
from which we take the following extracts :
London, January 3d.--The following are the
resolutions proposed at the meeting of the more
moderate landlords, in session iu Dublin to-day,
at which it is expected that the Duke of Aber
corn will preside. It criticises the Court decisions
and says: Rtiolvd, That this meeting sets
with alarm the Land Act being administered iu
a manner at variance with the pledge that it
would not diminish the value nor disturb the
foundation of property, and contrary to the as
surances on the faith of which Parliament was
advised not to provide for compensation to the
landlords : that the antecedents of many Assist
ant Commissioners do not insure an impartial
judicial exercise of their functions ; that the
Commissioners have examined rents, niter a :
cursory examination of the lauds, and that they
have Wen indiscrimate in reducing rents : that
if appeals from the decisions of the Assistant
Commissioners result in the sanctioning of these :
decisions, the Legislature should provide coin- :
pensation for those laud owners whose property
will be thereby unjustly diminished : that a
petition embodying the views nf this meeting be
presented to the Queeu.
London, January 3d. The J'eirs states that it '
is estimated that one-fourth of the Irish tenants
who need protection have come under the opera
tion of the Land Act, and that competent per
sons believe the whole question will not be set
tled in two years.
Dublin, January 3d Archbishop Croke of
Cashel bitterly complains of the police intrnding
into his parochial residence on the occasion of i
the watch'meeting in connection with the bazaar,
although they were assured it was not a League
Dublin, January 4. The police seized at Kil
rush a box containing twenty rides and bayonets, ;
and 450 rounds of ammunition. j
A mandamus to quash the resolution passed
by the corporation conferring the freedom of I
the city on Dillon and I'arnell, will be applied .
for in the Court of Queen's Bench.
Rome, January 3d. La Opiniene says : King 1
Humbert, when receiving the New York con- '
gratulations of Senators and members of the '
Chambers of Deputies, said with au evident al
lnsion to Bismarck's reported designs on behalf j
of the Vatican, that Italy was resolved to re
spect all governments, and had no reason to be- j
lieve that any one had been wanting in respect !
to her, but it was well to make known that she
was firmly decided not to admit the slightest dis
cussion of certain questions touching her in- i
ternal order. King Humbert also dwelt upon the ;
necessity of the completion of the military or- i
ganization. The King's words produced a great
St. Petersburg, January .'Id. Several Court
officials have been ordered to proceed to Mos
cow to make a careful examination of all the
customs and accessories which Kussian tradition
requires to be nsed at the Imperial coronations, j
This warrants the supposition that the ceremony
is to take place earlier than was expected, prol
ably before the confinement of the Empress.
The trial of Guiteaii was still proceeding and
had continued to be characterized by the same
unruly conduct on the part of the prisoner us ,
previously reported. His behavior became at
length so bad as to lead the Judge to order his
removal to the dock.
On January oth Scoville made an endeavor to
get iu a mass of UeV evidence ill s;il-lebllttal.
The following is Judge Cox's ruling on this
tHiiut : 'Judge Cox said that the counsel for
ileletice ciiuic here it stranger to the Courts of
the District, and even to the prisoner ii:i:si if.
and toiiud himself environed with difu.-ultie-;
from the outset. The most serious ditliculty wi.-s
that the odium attaching to the assassination
made witnesses unwilling even to allow their I
their names to be known to the defenc. Ap-
predating all these difficulties which euibarus- ,
sed the defence, he (Judge Cox) had felt dis
posed to offset this with an equal latitude and a
more than ordinary fairness. The evidence f
insanity could not be offered iu sur-rebuttal. Iu
bis opinion the proof of insanity should be
limited to tbe evidence in chief of the defence
and the re-butting evidence of the prosecution.
He, therefore, must exclude the evidence of Dr.
McFarland, who, Scoville said, would testify to
the prisoner's insanity. The testimony, how
ever, of those witnesses by which the defence
expected to prove that the prisoner asserted npon
the day of the assassination, and npon the day
after, the motive for his act, the Court held
should be admitted as evidence iu sur-rebuttal.
The evidence thus admitted was then taken,
and Scoville asked that he might have some lit
tle time to prepare for his address.
Davidge, counsel for the prosecution then
said that tbe prosecution had already prepare !
the statements of law, the points upon which
they would rely, and he wou'd be pleased to
give the defence the benefit of them. He then
read as follows: "First The legal test of re
ssusibility where insanity is setup as a d.
feuce lor alleged murdt r, is whether the ai--cued.
at th time of committing the act alleged,
kut-w the d;flVrcici between right and wrong :
iu respect to such an act as in the jircst-iit case
if the accused, at the time of ConiuilttiLg the net
charged, knew said difference between right fend
wrung ; iu respect to such an act. if he knew
what he was doing, aud that w hat he was doing
was contruty to the law of the laud, he is re
sousibIe. (itiitcau : 'I didn't, because my free
agency was destroyed." Second : If the accused
knew what he was doing-, or that what he was
doing was contrary to the law of the land, it con
stitutes no defence, even if it were true that
when he committed the act he really believed
ever, constitute the defence, if by any reason, as
by a diseased mind, the accused at the time of
committing the act charged, did not know that
what he was doing was contrary to law. Guiteau:
I had no choice in the matter.' Fourth : The
only evidence in the present case tending to
show an irrisistible impulse to commit the homi
cide is the claim of the accused that his free
agenoy was destroyed by his alleged conviction
that the death of the President was required i-r
the good of the American people, and was di
vinely inspired, hut such a conviction, even if it
really existed, could not afford any excuse w hen
the party knew what he was doing, and that it
was contrary to law. Guiteau : 'God's law is
higher than man's law'. Nothing can exempt the
accused from responsibilit' for breaking the
Jaw, To hare such effect the commission of the
act charged mast have been the result of an
insane delusion whfh was the prodact of such
desire aud such fort;t as to deprive the licensed
of that degree of reason necessary to distinguish
between right and wrong. In respect of the act
be either did not know what he was doin-;. or if
he did, he knew that the act was wrong and con
trary to law."
On Scoville' motion the court then adjourned
to Saturday, 7th inst.
S & L GUGRS
Europe and United States.
Hit AMI 10MTLETE ASSORTM
Hennessy Brandy, all Qualities;
Ul)l'TKI.I.KAl' BRANDY, sll qualities;
M AKTKLL It It A NO Y, qaslitiei;
Klll'VKK. COt LET JL CO. BKAVDV, all
llOUOVIl.l'K &. CO. HRlXDV, all qualities;
JL'I.KS KDIIIN Jt CO. BRANDY, sll qualities
II A II Kit K - CO. BRANDY, all qualities;
MARM I KSSK A. CO. BRANDY, all qualities;
JILF.M LICK It A NO A: OO. BRANDY, all
And various other kinds of Me
dium and Common Brands.
Cutter & Co. Whiskies, all Brands;
KENTH'KV FAVORITE WHISKY.
O. F. O. SOCR MASH.
FOR TIIK CELEBRATED
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
ALL QUALITIES AND ACES.
VLso, Sole Agents
Reubsn Earley's Whisky
Kruia Lou sville, Kentucky. Both Krinds being well
known fur there unsurpas.ed excellence
In mall Boti lea. Stone Jups and Large Squares,
i Uallon Packages:
llunlumn X. OO. I'KIZR MEDAL. GIN, very
smooth and one;
Buord &. .Soil's celebrated OLD lO.M GIN
V ..Iter's SCHIEDAM and SCHNAPPS,
Dnitirl Vimrr Si Son's celebrated "GRAY
STALLION" brand efCIN
For the Celebrated and World-Renowned
'AtfKS OF SAUK IN PINTS AND QUARTS,
Coiistantlv on Hand
1 li V
ve-n'l fi. in the Atliti.t r 'or:n '
L I S II ii Jut B
i W V:
N il 1
VZli him Ml INHtTDIi
I.M l'!M AM' UlWKl.v
GUlNIUidS' DjBLIN STOUT :
IN I'lNTtf AM) mi ARTS.
S I I i: H 11 Y !
CLARET WINE, in casks and hf-casks ;
CLARET WINE, in boxes, 1 dozen each ;
from $3.50 to $25 00 per dozen.
C II V All3 JK. Gr jSTJi! i
DUG tie 2SI0NTEBELL0 CHAMPAGNE,
pints ana quarts ;
SPARKLING W0S LLE-
BURKE &. KINNAHAN'S
IRISH WHISHV !
SCOTCH WHISKY !
Wm. Rankin & Son's
Cll Kit It V BRA XltV
M A R ASCII I. NO.
A KM. NT II K.
I.I.M K JITCK.
Aim! IOO Oilier Tiling
TOO NL'Mr.ROliS TO MENTION, ALL ur WHIOH
WILL B32 SOLD
Lowest Market Rates !
14 MEKl'IIA NT ST It K KT.
Orders from the other Islands
Promptly attended to-
t430IZK Iff S WIS.
r "L it
Ex! sr.ytbia-; trer g.sea way ia this lioe.
For Si. 25
liri uu. !.- ;
XT '"ver 4 i.e
i u yrtr. m;,l vtlh t;. i
'' Chr m... !
'I- M :-e XoV-.'OV'eT U-:, -lC.il 1
rdr are da:'y . .mi-
rrc.Vmt s'ret-l. lloiuilu'.U, II. I.
The Undersigned has ForSale
FROM ONE to TWO YEARS OLD.
SHIM) BY I tlH CKl.KllilAlKl) HI LL.
SSTOAV BALL !
lnirl-il fr-ui N.-vt Zalan.1 ( i Ml:. Ml rHTT, said to
! the f,n-: Hereford U.ill ever i!ii.orfd lure.
These BULLS Will be Delivered,
IK ItOIiU-D V 11 i:tUAKU.
a rr houo r-u i.tj.
Price According to Arc and Quality,
from $75 to $100-
J143m . i KICK. I.ihoe, Kauni.
From the United States,
GEORGE W. LINCOLN
Contractor & Builder,
SO KINtJ tl..
I s ! 1: M
he is u.
u i f.xns
W-9 and IUe I'ubiic eier.
accent CoiilrtciK f.r
Cottages, Stores, or
A I' T Kit
American, French, Italian, Swiss
or German Styles
Aim! from ..'W leign, whi'li riunt.Mie 1l the nee.'ssjry '
quiatle f.ir lie.-ilth auil Ct'Uif.irt, in a warm climate.
Plans and Estimates made upon Applica
tion. Having formed a dusiiie ennne -ti n with one of the
Principal Mills on the Coast,
1 AM l'UKI'AHKU To DiJ
First-Class Work at Modar ite Rates.
Su!.- Agotit for the
Housekeeper's Kitchen Cabinet,
An inv.ilutl!e requisite for yool IInuseLe(-ier.
Isrivelloxxs!l" ' Cliotip.
One of the Latest Inventions for reto. thirg SAAVS 1ih leen
hr-uht by me from thv iast. ami oil Custoiueis
anil new on re itivitt-d to ruil on me A'ith
their Iil mi'i worn-out S WTS ailil 1
will in ike thi-m us u'cm.l
til, anl ut loiil'
THE ROYAL ST. JOHN !
II;is I:isre 2isrli Aran
AND A -
II A f
The Eyc of ilic ftcctllc'
T Ii c On! y ?S :b e li i ii o
WHICH IS I.MSUKI V HtKK
From Irregular. Cams. Cogs and Springs, '
Only H :t v Sa i si o t;aIt'
RUNS EITHER FORWARD cr BACKWARD.
An.l ri.iilinu- in m-.v pi Iht- a:iiu.
IS I UK.
Only II :s c U i ia ? 11 :a I c
ger without fatigue
tb-.tu any other I-Iuchine.
Orcnt .'n veniencrc
: .. !i R') u. s r
t-ilg- of Intll.
.1 . i r I N MACIII.NK i. fr v ill. .1
x.itli n -.iiV. iiij:it rir l M a-ni
With each Machine we furnish tha follow- j
1E uu ii Li ;
Cue Ili-'UiliV r in .1 I'elli
rners ami Hio.l.-r, tiiue
r. ftrn i-.r. vtiilter
lli: l iiUi.;l Mvew
St I'late Hrni
lo "cri-w firiv-
er. Oiler CllfJ i'h -""'erm
six Bobbin, oiie extra Mn-..:it
Kuker. Kuffi- r. Coul.-r. Lxtra
l'7n riw''riil NVeil!.
.1 lim.k ol Ii.siruciiinn.
, t tra UuiltT.
in O Iv S j V I, j:
NEW MUSIC STORE
FORT STREET. JaS tf
OtQBim OUT BAVi 0? JEWELRY
An Assortment of
old. and Silver
: EtlLL and KUKUI ORNAMENTS.
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF TASTEFUL JEWELRY
Wliieh will Sell nt Vcrv B-ow ICaU.
As this is a BONA 111)12 CLOSIXU OUT SALE,
CALaJa lit fore You Ihnj Elsncht rr, on
Just Received by Late Arrivals the
DiAMO, GOLD ,
V-i V IS 1 it
1 I1AK A II I.I. MF.
Gold & Plated Sets
LMPOKTKD INTO THIi-
A N !
Which I am Prepared to Sell at Most Unprecedented Low Prices !
All wishing la ,mclmse will do w 11 t.y oxninining my Stock DEFORK I X'RCHAWNO ELSETVIIEKK
All varieties of Goods required in the Jewelry Businegi on liiuid an I For S.ile.
Fine Watch Repairing and Jewelry Manufacturing a ri-ecialtty! ry ALL WORK WARRANTED.
' tT I hold uijeelf personallj responsible for ALL (iOODS etifniHied lo roj curf, and auurf all
my Vntrons of perfect security of tbrir goods, COME ONE ! COME ALL ! !
no 20 if
BROGUE, SPEAR & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jevelers ! !
75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
KG I.KAVR TO INFORM TIIK PVUIAC
COLD AUD SILVER SETTS,
PiNS, RINCS. EAR RINGS,
VEST CHAINS, NECKLACE, SCARP PINS,
SCARF RINCS, SLEEVE BUTTONS.
silver Frat'ree Jewelry,
WOII.D I SO S 1 A TIO Til AT
1 1 T?Miiiol lv
DIAMONDS SET IN
Spccisility ?TIsilc in
KKOM TIIK orilKK
Every Article Guaranteed as
j KI.Ti.iily BrM TROTTING ST.4I.MOX Vll TANb TIIK KA SON ' -J
at MiKiHA.i. MAUI. 'Mon lo COM .M K.Xt'K JAMUkV 1 .1 h 1J K ' 11 L J-t-i- L A" pUr' ' hr "'""rll-r
K-m Til K f: AS vN- I II I RT V lOl.l. A RS. payable tt&ZotVvZZ? To ' NM KF ' VnViW". .fBM
IyHlilr !-n ihr mare is srt-rtaine'l lo lie wltli fial ar parteil iili. " ' ' r I r I IIOLLA RS,
K.XTI. KKst,ri.,niyULUljbTKKAT., K.q . of 0kli.., C..I., an.l W- .irl l,v II.. 1.
V KN 1 1. U K, J -Ti ; I. by li-lm.mt. .n of Amri -an ov. m l I... - ' ,a ... - .. V V ' .T rA'
VOt;U Vt.Slfllt'jdjn.y.iAUA MoRiULL. a niar i.ur,
Ti?ry fst raifi htiuir 1i.t.'l t a liro..i inare anj never ae. ,r
2 Sii. an
A w ntij 'im v. .- .-uiLia. . .. w in nur'i uj ft .JilU
(ili'lf 2 lit, Younj .M'rriil t.y DM Merrill, lie ty ttie
Tie autji'.-t of bre-ilirij: i nf a'li
.rk oil itii-- Kulij- t by tli- :ii'ii atil I!
tnp'irtirx. ti. it It lii
ri-wn of the il iy.
ilitl-r to irrt-alrr or le.t extent, ill
own. iiriil ieeriil ujon In. on j i ijrnieot in a im :wur- in to tlie roe-r lecimri i.f ih h'iuhiU t-i nl.i-..., ,i . i . i V
iny own expe,i-r..e iu the mut-r I l.ave l.,y, foeo one rul-. whir, , ... s.m,le .t ,.,,''.' ';,., "'V ..a
w- " re,.l tU bM m-ire, ih-.r I eou! I -t lo the vry b -t ulli ... th.t I r .u..l ftn. aoj I ha'nei ? JZ . 'H. (hi
,il. the r-ult-, anJ I heii-ve lht ev, ry person .o .l .ioi on tt- ri.ht l.rark. l.me an.l e,,.t,10,', '"V ?,m''JX
it (.ays only to tn.it- the v -ry beat, hi t'.e pr .tenv of mf.-rior irt am. mot lo very latle b ,ve th- e . .
colt, fr-.m a btatuLM br-. bonie will aliray. I eah..: al remunerative r:.teS la a, ,hi,
sell evi.lent truth 1 will n..l ililate uixm it. y be a.liuitted al a
! I Kueve that 1 rffer f) the puM.r, m 1 OII.NC K.NTl It K, a oo inati.m of blo.-l thai ! woribv ol ihe ..n.t
! of the ia.wt cr:t.cal Ilore:neii. On the le of hU ire lie irace tliroosh .Itri.tly Ihorouahbre,! Ii. . T.vZt i ,he '""'".
l,on. frou, whom o ,,, flvor, hive dwcm-leilj an 1 on the .,de ul hi. .1 ,hru,l,"?,e , ,t iZuU, - tr, , .
Imported Sl.lnB. wh rh U a. every Hor.en.en know,, the f..unlai hen,! f the American Irott ni I . ? U
j 'ion-- topeihe, with hit 0ne:e. t, 1.-. color an.l mr1Sn.f.Cer,t trott,nC action e.oWne to makrS mJV'.". 1
l,or.eS f ,r STOCK Fl'ltl,'SES thatc .ull p..,l,ly be founJ. II w a ..ire Umli k; "."T ? ' ?' ''
IrfKh single ami .1 -mble. ami a, a tr.v-l.-r exc,-e.,ni:ly .pee.H. He ha. never been regularly tri f.l bi.t I T" ? krken
of a miie with l.tu in KoKTV rtKCONHS, or rOUFKIl' HVK HUMiKKp Uol.LAIt IU, better hinViiTJ" '"7 '
which th re are now alM.m a.l-n-n in th- muntry, ami they are wuhout. tingle exception Crt-r I. . ''" colU' oS
tieiruK a str jtie r-seiu'iUiiii-u lo ir .r, Deing greatly adimreil bv evctrv one f ir ih-ir ..... -.y ypcucuiar, til
an extraordinary breeder.
X r uvju v iaj. i i n. ai. c iii ne iurnt!ien iir uiareg eni trom a .ilaiice it II VFBV I nw our.
:it MONTH, and ue care t. ken to prevent accident... I ut no reijion , ib,lity w.ll be aurnVd ah,, 1 1 E t)OLLR:
1 :' I will ive HO r;ol.l) COI to the peraoii exhibiting the iVKi-T Ctil T L'ii. I it. iu .Dn
V K N I i; R K. aud oul of a ntlve mire i 10 to the .econd and t ii to the t.Mr - .. , 71 l883. irS bv YO V N'tt.
tember Jnd. 1sb3. - , colu 10 exhibited in U'ailuku. Beu.
RUBIES. &c-, &c.
GOLD aad SILVER SETS.
SOLID SILVER SPCONS.
BUrrOXS. SCARF PINS, nd a
Fllin ST II F.KT.
Finest, Largest and Moft Select Stock of
PLATED JEWELRY !
OF ALL KINDS
t ie.. Kic, Kle
GKNKKALLV THAT IIIKIK STOCK OP
IN lAltT OP
Necklaces in all sl.ades of Color,
Silver Plated Ware. American Clocki.
VK MAMI'.rHUK AIXKIMM OK
-mmJ3 XT. IF
m. - m tm-m-m a. Mmm
THE LATEST STYLES.
Ieir;i in- of nil
- -- -
AtKDA.LS, LOCKETS, &o.
ISblVDS WII.Ij KKCKIVi:
represented, or Money Refunded
1. ..1 v-. . ... 'mT.. "M"rirj r.MHIttlOtt
rarir.ir .1, i., ....ki' . .' . . .. "". "he a
wh l.lr lailo a tulle I u
nil, rer ,r,l i , .,, i 2 2,f ,, r, ,(f tv,n.au gla. rrc i
horse, son of tl, nre lior.e, ...n of l,tt,M.rtel Mi.iu.
,1 . rill, rer'rtj I'l
in H e I tn U
yi-ar. I I in ,(. nr.l.uM i,... ..r
winch are i.rfi, tutrj''iiv- an.l ir.ten.t..... ....... .T. .
tf:er a imi lui
, mum proving trvai ttu bora