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Every Wednesday Sorning,
at s-oo per .txrra.
MUt4 fa Fwrrlg-a rllxr. at (7.1)0.
Orncx Oa ?J.erehaat street- ws of
be 1'est 05oe. HwwJak. II. I.
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Gmiial ri!iilii,' OSm. all fcaja .
HAWAIIAN
H tMITi W -T atawar
GAZETTE,
VOL. IY NO. 41. J
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, 00T0 BER 28. 1S6S. 6.00 PER YEAfi.
BUSINESS NOTICES. . BUSINESS NOTICES
IV. I- GREirV.
cnnu, coyvTssiax agext and
ggnt-rg,
omaniMwwiainn,
r; Qt-n strrri. no'i. n. l. p?
c. s. ffwcit. m. ucruun.
CIIAS. X. SPESCEK A: CO..
. Kucassios rZSCHAXTS,
arm Strret. llanolwln. fir
GXXE5AK
JIcCOLCCV Jt JOIO'SOX.
MERCHANT TAILORS,
i San ttHaa opaT ." Ini'i. 14
IRA RICHARDSON,
DIPOKTEK .OfD IHVLEK
15 BOOTS, SHOES & GESTTEJCSSTS FCS-
Kism vn GOODS,
Corner of Fort and Snthul S I n-r 1 v. ;
q iioxox,n,r, n. x. ;ir
jaxx mttn. Tei, soaxssas.
lUiiBirrs jt soressos.
SHIP CARPEKTERS & CAUISEES
At 2. Foster Co- Old Slaai, jjg
a. r. nuts. x- juut,
ii. i i;iii.i:ks .t t o..
TvrtTT-g. s 2ST GOODS ASS GSXZBJLL
YSSCKVSHISS,
Flrt-Plf Stan. Fort Street, above
' ii tu. ;ii
BUSINESS OTIGES.
H,
; Gcnuanr kincc thr IVar of 1SS6.
J.
THOMPSON,
.DwhbmjnlliuSlajft.
m... .1: : r . i . . ,- . .
GENERAL BLAGKSHITH' the estat&iiment of a Confederation of
iluxouir, H. i. !Xoh Genaaav, headed br Prcssia. and
Cro; which Austria is exxlsded ; ltd an
nexation of Haaorer, Hesse aad Nassau
HAS COSSTAXTLT
oahxcd and for salcagood
happiness splendor, or eminence of intel-! nillCnDWII PnDDrCDnuncunF
I unui Ulllim UUIUILOrUllULIlOC.
EsrscixLtr to the IIxwjuixs Gxixtts.
lecl are to be found; car. the largest Kav
pires are often the must agitated and
: ; " , - , Sax FaAscrsco, Oct 18, tSCS.
uoae more Tor the advancement of civih- Revolution in Spain,
tatioa thin the Salrapal Empires or Mace-: I hire prepared a telegraphic summary
doaiaT la Germany, itself, what a ceatre I "hlch will famish you the connected and en-
! of Intellectual life has been the micro-, Prtlcnlro''reTOlaUoa InSpalnwhtch
BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING ESTABLISH!
THK OAtaTTK 0KI
It now prerarri to tiKats arToreaH Hr
run ui urt niiR.
Or KVRr MMMmON,
vrra KXATsaee and dispatch
BEST
Odd FUo
E. r. -1BAM5- S. C- V1ISU.
A7CZI05 i coTmssioy XESCHAXTS
r1 UnKa Strrct. llanal alu.
REFUTED BAR IROK '
A1.SO
Best BlncUsiaith-s Coal,
At tfee Loywt aiuktt Price? SS-ly
to the Prcssiaa territorr-aU these chacres, j Dadir of Weimarl what an iaes-' ."" ln otertarninj tbe monarchy.
baastible f.nataia of science hare been j wlttte
ncnan thas am) tK t . ..... a .
JOHN
EDWIN JONES,
GROCER AXD STTT? CHAKDLER,
I filming. Tlaul.
Slratr xni cr.itf fsnui.eJ t ea
XII EO. 11. 1AVIES.
(UJuim,ferotCa.
rSPOETEE I COXHISSI05 JEESCHAST
JLSCXT rK
Xertes Auxixace Cfafaar. xx-d
iirilifk asil Frs tM Iuuu O.
NOTT & CO.,
w Copper & Tin Smiths,
rpAJCE PLEAS CUE IX AXXOUXC-
JL u; to ti pskiie tiit thT ar jctjumJ
fstriA ali kud, of Corru Woxx.conit-
iair m r.-.. tsf STILLS. STAIXE t-V-V
, S6&6KJJC ttXXS. WOJtiCS, -PC3WS, fr.
31. KAPLEK.
SSOPESG AITO COJEOSSIOX AGX5T, tafuurii aU kisd at CorrtxVor.onfi:-
0t witk E- P. Adi!. i.,
ftCKEX STREET, HOSOLULl'.
as great as ther were iadJea, hare takes
pJaee ia the preface of Tooder-strack
1 Ecrope, and hare been thought to be the
, happr rftfolt of ksstr ccQbtcaUoas, itn-
siKL3rtT.1proriiedoaacarof saccesa and Tictorr,
bet ther had, in fact, beea predicted.soaje
years before, -ia the most precise and esa"
phatic raaaaer. In a book poblished ia
1S61. II r. Heicaeh von Srbel said :
"Assare as rirers ran toward the sea.
there shall be in Germany, apart frooi
IIYJIAA BROTIIESS,
Iaporters and Wialesale Seslers
In FaAMBiUc CWtaiir. HiU. Ca. Bu
ai 5a. aal crrrr TarKtr af
Bm't Ssperiar fr-iiatBj:
Starr Loena niC.pt. Sa.ir'i Bulldlnp
Irl) iinnm irmr. BjanlaK. Oa. rt
Ga. XiuL 5xaiti,r Xmcv C Etttt 1 Co
S. CV-LiJ- jVn. JCtXtwc a JJItm.
AFOSG .V AcnrcK,
VTHOLESAIS A3TD fTTT.
71F,TT-R5 IS GESAL SE3CHAS
3IE ASS C.HISA GOODS.
Flr-Prf Starr A.HtUB Stmt,
a) under thr Pabllc
C S. UAItTOH".
AU CTIO N EER,
SalrRaaa. am Qartn Strrrt, one door
Al ea fcict, a fill lw.-teK! of Tlx ., -. , . , " . ,
Haas, waici t cler fer jale at ti hrl -tna, a heated Coofederdtsoa, under
jreat Lairersilies of small States! I Then hare bcea rumoK of an accroach-
To wield a great influence, is the pre- i inS political storm in Spain for more than a
tcasioa of the stroa-r in imrxBia- thIr i P1- Tlie hamefijl Indeccudea of the
wffl anon the weat. and 1A t. a Svn, cocrt-an'1 tbo the "otorious llcentioni.
Ciilel rric.
All Kind, of Repairing done trllli
'catnc and Dl.patc-h.
Orim bwa the ethu Iilasit a 21 cevt
with preapt aUcatMa.
Kalhuaasa Stmt, cce i!w ahare Fiit-
ftr
c . utus. j. e. aorcsas.
LKWER.S Jt DICKSOX.
Iaaxtn.TWiituicd JWa-t n Ud
aauSiak. rot. Efet ullc-
J. I. wxuea. . c. itt r, ;
SHEPPETG & COJOOSSIOX 2CE2CHASTS,
1 noxoLCLr. ii. i.
L. L. TORBERT,
PTTATTK EX" ItnCBES AXD EYEST SESD '
OF SCTXDDrO y itttat. j
JO II A II. PATV,
5ary PihHt ai CeUxiaer of Beeii
it? tie Ssue cf CaT-'rrT-i
Office at the &lxk mr Btsaer 1 Co.
Mj
H. A. WIDEMANN,
SOTAKT PlltUC
Orncc at rac Ixrcxiaa Oarixrzxsr.
Mj
UMxxut rax. z. a. r. tutti
C. BREWER & CO.,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION
TV hiKCH ATVTS,
Xlonolula, II. I.
the direction cf Prcssia. To come to this
end, aH ceass racst be resorted to : per-
saasMQ, diptcnacr, and erea war, ia case
of resistance.
Yas the celebrated historian endowed
with the gift of prophesying the future
e rents that were so soon to be aa accom
plished fact? Xo : bat ther were, in his
opinion, the natural coaseqaences of a se
ries of facts wherein one can trace that
logical philosophy of history which night
t caBed Prorjdential Law, if hnmaa am
bition did not haTe so great a part ia it
He who knows all the forces that the past
has engendered, can also foresee the re
sults to be produced by them in the fa-
tare. It is for such a reason that lh
stndr cf hisujry is the school oT states
men, and that sometimes historians be
come Ministers, and Ministers historians.
What are the caases of the recent
changes is Germany I 'What principles
COOPERING MflTPRU I c ? a V the U:nsutnUon
JEWELER AND ENCRAVER
MB. J. COSXA
' I ! rrrparrJ to cxteste with pisaptnm
aB wark is hit Rae cf tasistii, rsei j
Watda and ClocJk IttpjOrlair.
! 21aaaXtnxla Jilrjr.
1 And nnjrravla.
I Sip ea Fart icirrt. vfpoute Odd FHawr
. HaBL SS-to
JASIES L. LEWIS.
COOPER AIYD GAUGES,
' AT I'hh OLD
: Comer of King and Bethel Sts.
A
A larre
stock or Oil.
SHOOKSand
ill kids of '
of interrention as injurious to the op
pressed. The petty States hating no
political ambition, externally, are the hap
piest, because they hare nothiaj to 'do
bat to take care of their own internal in
terests. Oa the whole surface of our mis
erable planet, all soaked with blood and
tears, are there any other countries so
ness of the qceen, were topic commonly dis
cussed amons the people who were taxed be
yond endurance to perpetuate a state or af
faire which published their own disgrace.
Isabella succeeded to the throne la Septem
ber, 1SS3, at the tender age of three years,
under guardianship. Ia Xorembcr, IStt,
she was declared to be or legal age by the
Cortex, and three years later, at the age of
sixteen, married Francis d Assise, hcrcousln-
1 of the Xorth-Germaa Confederation ?
Is
and nooolnla
HOLLES Jt CO..
SHIP CKAPT,TTr;S AJTD C0JOOSSI05
XE3CHAXTS,
QttMn Stmt. Uanalnln.
Partiexiar atttstfas fa,U ta tit Psnhuc aad
Sale of Hiiiu Fisdace.
ttrni i r rxans un r I
C A. -VTWasa i Oa.. ' C. Bswr 1 Ca.
Carale i Oaahe. j H. BaftH A Oa .
D. C. TTatessas. I C. L. ic&ari A Ga., I
Uji I
GEOISGE G. HOIVE, !
Dealer i Sedwmd ai 3rtrotlYr, '
.ShizgUa. 3asn, Saai. E2dj, Sa3t, j
Paiata, tVr,
ACEVTS OT tn Botta
PatLct Un.
AGESTS For thr Xakrr. AVallakn and
liana Plantatlaoa.
A.GEXTS For tnr Porcluuc and Sale or
Uland Prsdncr.
xxjxs r
Jaxs X. Baa. Est
CxUv xma a O
J.C. MusilOk..
1L S. f ut Jt Oa.
Cxi, v.iamfa, 1.
SUGAE & MOLASSES.
.SrrTrk
. .....
I Wjl
E. S. FLAGG.
C1TIL E5GIKEER & SURVEYOR,
Ai.rsi PiT Ornct Br ye. ,
H naoolmln. Oabn. Cm
F. -. SCHAEFER Jc CO
COXSISSIOK HSRCEA5TS.
S ll.n.laia, Oia II. I.
ED. HOFxSCHLAEGER & CO.,
rsrosiEss t cgiaassios jceecsasts
i Ilanalmlm. Oaltn. II. I. Ijt
A. S. CLEGHOR.T,
-'miTATT: AID -aTTtrr DHAIX2 T5
GESE2AI JtXSCSASXJISE.
Ftreraof Stan, canrraf Qarra axd Kaahs-
ix tnrti.
raa Etahhrst cia 2 isaas Sbrrt.
- Ijt
THEODORE C. HECCK,
rgPOSTTT. A COXnSSlOS 3EZSCEAST.
"-1 Hanalaln. Oalin. II. i.
II. IIACKFELD A: CO
GE3TESAL COXXISSIOS AGEXTS.
H Uonalnlw, Oaan. S. I. Tj
THE T03C 2I00RE TAYER5,
BY J. O'.MEIX,
1 Canxraf King at Fort Snru. rijj i
J. D. WiCrCE,
AgTBt for tlte? Ilrrarn Boax-d
of Cndtrrrrilr-r.
AS arcraire cH i aaiitt ail ralerrcira,
ojexiriar ia or aVasl tin E2f iaa. -aiH
hair t te ccrriSri trftrr r-rt. r-lr
CIICAG UOOX.
COXJOSSrOT XZSCEAST AXD frrv.
7TSAT. AGZXZ.
Arrat fax- tnr PanJcaa and Anxannlm
Snjrar Plant axiom.
Iupccur af Teas a-i ati.tr Ciia aai For-'
ejjc Goit, xisl WMnir Dcakria Ea.
vasaa Pndax. at tie Firr-ji-ocf Start.
X cxasx Scrrt. Dtlea- Kiajc. ZlAjt
G. W. 2ORTOi Jc CO
COOPEES AND GATJGEBS,;
AT THE XETT STAXD J
OX T1US ESPIATVADE.
PREPARED TO
ATiTi WOSZ US" OTJS. t.t im y
At tie Sitm txt t ti Ccrt Haair. wirrt
we eaa lr itszi at aH w,ridr- i.
TS HATE OX HASZ -LVD JOS 5JLIX
OIL CASES A5D RARRET.S.
Of district Juti. t asd old, wiici ai3
sS at tie tij-
JLOIVrST -1ARKKT RATES.
He booes, by a::iyoa to bfc , to i-tn. ! tHt Ccnstitutioo the crowning piece cf
a coslij.aace cf the rlroa wtlehhe has ,' Geraa catiooalitr, or wffl it be reformed
fceretoreHNyied.afoiwhichttBowre.! . . .
taras ha a.w 5n i la sc a manner ts to sake it more
J adapted to the popchr wishes, and the
wants of the times, while era bracing, like
the farmer, aH the tribes cf the Teutonic
race? These are the points we are going
to examine.
I. The casse cf the movement by which
Germany is caw carried oaward can be
deSaed with oe word : it is the loosing
far Unity. The Germans hare always
felt that they were catted by the common
ties of laagaaje, origia, hteratore, and re
membrances of the ancient Germanic Em
pire, ia ae, by aH that constitutes a coai-
fEW SF"1 .Ki$D ro SAIE ES-1 paci catioeaKtr ; aad ret they had not
Areats. j power strong ecocgh to prevent intestine
; wars, to defesd the cocatrr against foreism
16 1S6S
5? 1S6S
IIII.O. II. I.
Siisii- and 3IoIa.
050HEA PLASTATJOy,
Sujrar and 3IoIae Crop lsiS
AB wart c.rr.t ix x titretsi - aid V
nrfuW t jrtre ttHrSraaa.
ATliir,JtafCriaggttr-;iTiaad09c;r'
s-: Tecli frr Sale. ?n
, in riders, or to develop the material and
moral ferces whieh, alone, caa elevate a
natioa to the highest degree cf prosperity
aad power. Ther were sarroanded by
two trmir centralized n Rassta and
PRTS CEYHLS PLASTATJQy. France. In Switzeriaad, three different
Snar and JIolaj.- Crop J races, and ia Acstria, ten distinct catioh-
OiLTSG IX, FOE S'T.Tt nr Qrxn- j aaties are, respectively obedient to onfe
proiperou, so lortnnate, as Uelgtum or Eerman, sou of the Duke or Cadiz. Her big
Switzerland small oases of freedom and otry was only less marked than her lechery;
peace where the exiles from the great ""P41" the priest had her so complete
States find shelter and protection ! ly ander elr sway, that or late years she
The second reason which makes the 'T f "Ushlng the Inqul
Germans wish for Unity is of a very dif- The Spanish races are turbulent at best,
ferent nature, and is aa excellent one. bat their forbearance In this case prorcdit
They hare become tired of fighting against lf artrtue,U"ltmay beeallcd byjhat name
each other for the benefit of their Sore- ofIoossatTertng and surprisingly Indulgent
reigns, or of foreign potentates. 'While Ui
ia England, Spain", France, and almost k djficaUon ot Snents. Spain
evi-rvwUro m vZ.,, j . - r bca tct down " eonsUtutlonal mon-
Ti , 1 U0yiXf .rhr,wlU,aCortexc,mpo.edortheJueen,
pronnce agamst pronnce, caused by the Senate and DcpuUea. It has. In fact, howevl
high Tassals, were coming to a peaceful ever, been Uttle better than a depraved des-
end, ia the latter part of the ICth century, potisni, lu which the nobility were robbers,
and at which time modern royalty was and the common people serfs. The nation
firmly established, civil war has continued numberT perhaps, twenty-two millions of
in Genainy to the present time, from po- touI, "J aU'10nS 1S nominally at peace
liticalorrelirious moUves, and from the wltn " " ' Europe, she Is In debt
, r . ' , to an amount equal almost to one thousand
e - Wer l nUUons of dolrs. The annual expels
enforce .U command.ng tnil. arefrota seven to tea milUous In excels of the
me ceTghbonng countries Sweden, receipts. The navy, Including all classes or
France and Rassia have been called, sac- vessels, la ISCt, numbered 1C9, with S3 war
cessively, by the German princes to inter- 'hlpsofdlflVrenttliesIuprocessofconstruc-
fere ia the internal dissensions of their Uon"
goremments, because it is natural that a Tte reTolu,Ion was brief lu duraUon. It
Sorereign should prefer the forerner who T the f",
. a, . , . bat few fnends; any change to the gorcmed
pro.ecU him to his countryman who threat- was a relief, and whether a. is reported, they
ens him. Man iso made that, eren on the are to hare republic or not, the example
throne, he is a selfish being, and he will cannot fill to secure them partial, If not en-
rather sacrifice the principle of nationality ,Ire "Hef from present disgrace and future
than the interests o his crown. It is for Eri0 "rvltnde.
this reason that the Germans wish to de- ,,-v F"a .aaUtT-
f , , . . ... m uctxo, me auegea muruerer or d'Arcy
fend the twenty-oice soveretgnt.es re- UcGee. has beeu found tuUtr and sentenJ
marnag against dangerous temptations by I to be nunc. The trial took ul , n.i-n,
institatiag- a federal State, strong enough Canada, und has been pending for a consider
to deprive each of its power to attack the abIe length of time. On the 15th or Septem-
others. Altkouch they do not often see 00 eJa,y roabt In their verdict, atter
rvnirsG is. foe sale ix qcaxti- !
Vy ti ta sail psitixirrs. t
VFALKEE A ALLEX.
Asestt.
J. P.
. Importer and
HUCHES,
Manufacturer
OF ILL KA2TDS OF SADDLERY.
Carriift Trrnrt; dtse wch r.xrr.rf aal
ErjaSfi. Al! rritn prsf tlyatttsiei ta.
Cnc f Fert asi Rcltl strteti, Ea.els.
M- It!
NEVILLE & BARRETT,
Planters & General Store Keepers
xeoftxa, socts xoxa. havah.
(Xrar ETraUltixa Ely.)
Iilaard ruiste twrhl, Siij sxyjEed wjsi !
Tfooi. Beef ard atitr zetsmia.
Arrjz.1 al Btsdilr S
11-
WALKEBA ALLEX.
-j-la AtraU.
WAILUKU PLANTATION.
"vtets" ceo? xow coirrs'G rx.
JL Sale ta sax&irjta nit f xrt.
t T c asm a cu.,
A5-Aa Arrati,
MAKEE PLANTATION.
FOE
aathoritr ; while in Germany, one catioa-
aaything worthy of praise in France, yet I
they can cot help pereeinng that it is an
improvement in its gorernment that the
Prefect of the Gironde does not make
war on the Prefect of the Lower Alps
u;e uae ueurenog uoroeaax to tte tng-
Tbo public mtad aed heart are profofiEdly
agitated, ir this city U lost to the rrpsblle
aas, Ood only knows tttetWetlon Is rtfe
for our people. TVhlla there are BMy ged
iiucu tu uia yuuwnuG ia I , uiens can nn
deaylngathat at lrt one-third Ha Mresgta
, are fellows or the baser aortfcrtser rebel
soldier, copperhead, (eceialoBtsU, asd raf
Sana. They are already making tbmta, awl
when they haTe the power they will net he
alow- to carry them Into execstlos. If tho
party Jon win, It will be owing to the apathy
and aid of wealthy men of Influence; they
haTe the largest Interrstat (take. GoedRer
erjiment Is a greater desideratum to then
than fo the poorer classes, and If they saffcr,
may the punlthmeut prove so terrtblo u to
cure them roreTcr hereafter of vottec with
those who bare no higher ambition than to
possess the oQcea and plunge the country a
second time Into a state of reTolutloa. I do
not say this as a partlan, but a one who has
psld close attention to the alga of the ttees,
who knows something of the malignity of
the copperhead clement, and who cannot for
get tiorenior Seymour's soil speech to the
mob, Blair's treasonable letter which pro
cured him the democratic nomination, nor
the terrible "ilgllante" limes of ISSflL
Tlir Smoke Krllpaa.
My last letter gaTO yon an account of the
smoke or mist eclipse with which for tCTeral
days nearly the entire Pacific coast was en
veloped. Ko satisfactory reason has yet beea
furnished for tho existence of the phenome
non, but from the accounts received from
Oregon and Washington Territory, It is be
lieTed that cxtcsslve fires lu the forests of
those regions were tho producing cause. The
Olympla Transcript of Sept. 19th, says:
"On Tuesday last, afire arose apparently
two or three miles northeast from town,
which spread with unparalleled rapidity for
atimberfire. For about an hour people wero
led to bellcre that a rain storm was approach
ing, but the Idea was soon dispelled by an
immense volume or smoke sctllinir on tho
bay and along its shores, finally enveloping
everythins;, so that by five o'clock In the af
ternoon we were compelled to light candles
to see to set type by. The flro.was between
this place and bouthBay. TVe do not know
the extent ol the damage, but It must hare
been Immense In the destruction of Umber.
The entire county abont Claquato Is almost
hidden from rlew by smoke, and la many
places the ground Is covered with cinders,
till It looks like a light fall or snow. On the
Chehalls It is equally disagreeable with smoke,
and the fires are cautlwr the farmers much
trouble and anxiety by driving Immense num
bers of wild animals out of the forest Into
the open lands along the river, causing great
haroc among their sheep and hogs. As many
as half a dozen bears hare been seen at one
time lu that section. A good soaking rain at
this time would be acceptable to The people
of this cnioVc-enveloped regloa."
Abont the same time, a timber tract of
more than fifty miles was burning on .Van
couver's Island. In Victoria, the tores' and
other buildings had to be swept five or six
times a day to clear them of ashes.
Our bor Exchange.
The last report or the Secretary or this In
stitution furnishes a following exhibit of the
vast benefits It has conferred upon the Immi
grant and floating population, not only of
San Francisco, bnt of the entire State. Dur
ing fire months commencing with May and
and ending with September, It has provided
employment for sercn thousand, one hun
dred and sixty-three persons, clastlfied as
foUows: W
"Americans. 1,007; Australians, 1; Belgians,
7; Benpalese, 4; Corslcans, 1; Danes, 64; Enz
llsb. TXk French. 1S Gcrmstw. 71? Trf.h
SOS; Italians, 57; Mexicans, 3; Netherlands,
33; Norwegians, M; Poles, 24; Portuguese, 16;
nia, aad their desire is but natural. The
mere idea that the days of the Thirty
1 ears' War, or the war of the Rhine Con
Germany had, as the organ of its common
interests, aa Assembly powerful ecoash to
hinder aH progress, bet too weak to do
! any good, aad incessantly agitated by the
rivalries of dynasties. Germany has been
compared, in relation to other cations, to
fevrCrop of Saar A ?Iola- ! a valt ;aiiia oq a raft cade of
TTOSS?, SirS h I eil timber, half rottea aad ready to break
C. BREWER A CO,
3 Aresii.
aKtr w diru?p if'tri tWptTjfTw, r:ir.,, . . .. - t . t
i ieucrauoa, uuui oe seen asain, transports
elites, aoncst Hwars Hostile to esch otter. eTen the most n!5W ;.h ,- i.
( in pieces, ia the midst of a fleet of iroa-
dads. The sense of that lack of strenrth
iX-QTTD t X-riT7 x-rv'PTOT?C iiIired FTOoIdeceadaatsofTeatch
, lAbUKAJSCE AOlICES.Iwith feefir of so' L-riutioa azaiast
other cations, aad they thoaght their sitc-
. Cixcxaxi.
SAN FRANCISCO
BOARD OF MDERWEITERS.
M. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
DtPOETEEt AXD TVEOLESALE
Dealers In Fashionable Clothing
Eats. Cxja. Eoc and Sl. aii cr rrjTxijeSy
STORE IN MAKEE'S BLOCK,
If Qnm Strrrt.IIaoatnlB,Xx.I. Hjt
VOLCANO HOUSEf
ation iatoleixble. The so-called practical
people wasted a single taocarcliy, formed
f by the annexation cf the small PrineirjoJ-
TIIi: DnarrI-rnrllia'rInl-r-n ' to the Prcssiaa Crowa; the more ex
ascoiated arstts fortbe Sta Irxaivi ! -i.-n- x -, -r . i. . , , ,
Board m Crderwriters, renctirytir " eanomeai oi a
Callbrala Inscranrr Cmpur, j x-aa-viermaaic XiepsDUC ; wane Its mod
erate pcEueiins were satisfied if the fed
eral bead coald be fortified by a friendly
eaderstandirrg between the two erer-qaar-
BegleaTetolafbrra Masters of Vessels axwd brothers, Prcssia aad Acstria.
SXcrrfianta Slntnal Uarln Ina. Co
Fnrlfir Insurance Cootpanj-.
Callfamla t-leytl't, and
Boa 31ntnal Tjtraranrc Oannar.
CRATER 0? E3LATJEA. EAWAIL ' seasaod other rishs,uWcear tte sereral
n izizjdit? m ; B. eaceteld a co.
t Tcfeaa Hns Bar rtij n -V.
CHAOCET C BEOETT,
PTU.yi LS" ii a SPAPZZS, 2AGATI5ES,
AXD PERIODICALS,
ISj VXIVLT STREET, nOiOLrHT. 1t (
K. W. AMKEfl S, :
Xert SSwS. cTTcsia Gii TCZsm' Ea2.
Git paitacaUr aMMtira t tie rrpair of
Far Aras, SraTag if afi'-w, a Lacks. j
Anaawf, jrotii.irj. t, asV t Oritr.
1t
KOBTyKVCKOFT,
FXaTJMBEE.,
As OPEXED HTS SEOP OX KTXG
bra&Lt ncDna a x-aed txiSe. ao " toii-r.
Exraarrt gtafl-a lxti CnStr awTt ox fcxsi. ,
coca try, repeating tie Ese cf Arsdt:
- Was lit des Dectschea Yaterfaad," bat
wiihoct giving to their patriotic asptrations
airy precise form. They were all agreed
oa the object ta be attained, bet were
cost bitterly divided is to the Coastita-
T?JL ?J??:P.l. .IS? f to be adopted, cr the cveaas to be
JJiJSiSir Ir, xrr trr-wr-i t. izr rii, xrxjt ITre esplajed- Ther aH waited craty, aad
sam. In. SMr c?ilS! ata c Xer- rv-Ve abcct thai
. caaa-itse lUnl tiertsx, cx tie aast IxrvraUe
F. IT. A: G. SEGELEE5. teri. For raraeabrs ar-prr altheeSeeaf
t C 1 ' "P I T a ,i .1 t. . .n
lU?rni'KGlI-BBDlE.v
STXAX AXD ETLPHTE EASES ! Jflrtr. AisBUiiAfiUiS COMF'Y
Ecraca Grsiaoi aid Sulked if Desfrtd.
CHABGES BEASOXASX.E.
being out about an hour and a half. De Is to
be hanged on the 10th of November all the
power of the Fenian army to the contrary.
Hot and Cold.
My letters and the general news have ap
prised you or the excessive heat -which pre
vailed In many or the Atlantic cities during
fl.a nna.l. ft a. . J aa.- . n.
nsh.andtheother.Xice to the
in order to obtain assistance from them, unparalleled for number in the hMorrnfih,
Ther do cot wish la fv nHt in l-ni I
- -b j, i. u taui uai i orwecuns.M: roles. 24: rortntrnesf-iBT
other in the clams of Saxonv or Tnnm. I "extremes meet." Dinrilv on th wi r i Prussians. Ii Russians. 3: Sindwleh Tini.
,. I .k. t. ... ers. 2: Scotch. 210: Srnnl.rrli IS- Str.rf. T.
Swlsil. Total,'7:fo: 1'"
No commissions are charzed to the appli
cants for work, which has caused It to be a
great Interference with the "Intelligence" of
fices, aad of course they are bitterly hostile
to 1U Recently the Secretary determined
upon enlarging the boundaries or Its useful
ness, so as to Include seafaring men. Be
proposed to furnish vessels wllb picked
! crena, lms raisea a lemDie nuoonoamosg
f the 11 runners," sailor boardlnz-honae keen-
ere, and "crimps," who hare set tbelr heads
together and threaten to resist Interference
with their fleecing operations at all hrA
Nothing Intimidated, the Secretary proceed
with his labors, and has received assurances
from the Chief of Police that he will be pro
tected to every necessary extent In the dis
charge of his duties. Poor Jack", will es
cape the clutches of a most arrant gang of
scoundrels If the Secretary (Mr. BesnetlJ 'suc
ceeds In bis reformatory efforts. " ' '
the intensely heated term comes the very
opposite frost, snow and Ice all throngh
the Eastern States. Ton may understand
how general the "cold snap" has been by the
following:
New Tore, Sept. 19. In Scranton, Penn
sylrania, yesterday morning, the mercury fell
to 31; In Buffalo, 40. Frost covered the
Tia. C7jer, Eaa ai Eleet Iras 'S'crxzrx, 3
Xnnann Slim. fart. Xrrckant fe q,aa,
HAVE COS5TAXTXV OS HS5D. .
atfxl.
Mer chants' ISdutiial
itrF Gx.'ixi!l Irta Pirr, UlUIVt Uc vllul afPt PnUDIUV
a 'a- n - iHI aTaV .1111 V.U M III a 1 1 I" B H I
BMUIllaa o WIHIIIWa. WWCT1I rUI I
H
Plais aai Hue E2i. Sttj. Coeii.
Ix-iix EzUrr EtM-best S-c2t. ia .
leaxtitcf 23 asi S &rt. whi Ck&t;
Pix ccseCe. KitVTaieT. i-.f alia a Trrr ' mil ! j i : ,
Stnrt. ai Wu IInj Carfrrr- , ri sttei tt Tann U mjitsa-txi. X tKxli Artiu far tic'aaorc Cusr.
Txaaifa U lie efexeu tt EcaatsH xrj v- - -1 t C
tNuu fxaoxdr. ibr Cfetr cum j-t '
ffer ti I4.ar bej Vt fcjet aKrat ts ' IS-Je
ia zirrz u raae itr ta icbi.
JJ fi?. xr,4 tlrrt t tmm ix x3 ltxzri-
rjZ rijmag. All Jtia ril hrmStrU
IS-Saa
OP SAX KKAf CISCO.
WALXEE ALLEX.
AfKtl, HascUlx.
PIANOS TUNED.
Zg-Oriert bra. ti ier TfiryfTw3he '
arrfaHy tZUsAei ta.
57-lr I
eaS iswsssi PiiAimi rice pumt.
lTtraJ J Pww aJ Vw TJ C?"
DEEBT, as tie HxtxExs TbtaT." j "VJ"0. I. aad COOLIE KICK always
XTJIJZ" ' "LrALLEN.
TV bess af R&mm rirts. Sl-lj i-itx AgtsU.
Caiiforma IssjraRe Gmf.
THE TTBderalsBcd. AGE.YTS
f tic aiore Cfrcf xxt, ixre tees azlhxr
iud ta iasce rlizs c CAEGO, FEETCBT
TadTEEASCEE,? COASTEES, tna Ecsa
Ixlzts aS pott cf tie BawaHae Grecp. ami
lit rersa. H. EACETELD A CO.
;pcke abcat that favorite sabfect from
the Soveregas, ia their oSrial speeches,
down to the workmen assembled ia the
Iriertrlnlr, (beer-; hops.) The password.
or Esoito, was an antithesis, expressing the
popchr sectiseat : "2io mere cocfedera
tioo of States, (Saaabicad,) bet a Con
federate State, BtodosSait)
Tte Germaas waatd Unity for two
principal reasons, ooe of which is cot to')
seriocs aor so good as the other, althocgh
it exercised creai iaSaeoce ia the Me
war. They wished to became a great
State, tsTic? large feet sad aa iaacme
rzUe army, ia order to acquire power,
faase aad gjorr. Bet each desires tetj
often lead to deception and disappstnt
Eiest." It is not ia the most pcpaloss.
nor in tte cwet extensire tmitnrfes that
erea the most placid with wrath.
therefore, with a feeling cf enthusiasm
that the Constitution of the Xorth-Ger- ground In and near 'Richmond, Va., Oil
man uoafederatioa. ss imperfect as it mar Xn"u n.'.1"01?' prwgneia,
be, has been hailed as the first guarantee I lee formed on the ponds In Providence, R. L,
of iatemal ceace aad external "i"?' feu la 4i??.
j . jiuuu ma m tujoinson and lilcn
As aa illustration of these seatiments, I moca -oanues, a., on ednesday night.
will nnnta a mnmnli f . !, I PoUtleal.
M X aad., inuu II 'Mil aft Atja,xji w
written by Mr. Schulze-Delitzch, the pa- JT mtm0Tale df7f of Itai,
., , , , , , , 17 has not been so great a political excitement
aficfoaadercf the popular banks. -We, as prevaBs at the present Ume. Politics are
uermans, said be, - are the most peaeea- discussed at all hours, in an places, by aH
hie of aH civilized cations. Internal dis- desf people. The democrats are strain
secsiocs have lately armed us asainst each I ln5 every nerve to carry this city and State.
other, and not against any ceighborin? I laaiSntio particularly from Ireland, Is
foreign tste, which we do not want to
i:l Tt. T , f ,f . . ,
. . 6 KUUldrde4Ul ltrBgg,e UI ther know it.
k sucn an intensity oi torce tfiat we will in meantime, the repubUcans are by no
no longer bear any foreign intervention, means Idle; they are naturalizing from forty
The lamentable history of sereral centuries to fifty persons dally principally Germans
of convulsions, weakness and agitations is "d Englishmen. A lew ol the French are
before ns as a warning. From the terrible T"1 tbaa Jar' "d tte m confldent-
retmons wars of lh ,1 itiI. n, ""gon gaining back a large number
. - .... I or the Germans who went against them last
nes to the bloody campaigns of the first oil. The result of the election la Vermont
XT " 1 . ,, ...
xuapire, auaoai an toe greai. xjiropean I and Alalne bas greatly encouraged them. IT
contests have been foagfat cn oar soil, and Pennsylvania and Ohio are carried by the re
have made our country a wilderness. To pabBcaas in the election whieh came off to
preTent the retcm of these calamities, we F."1 'Ulprobably carry this city. They
wncW II ri Ax nn.m.n x Tery confident aboat carrying the SUte,
TiMurt. cU.Ll . I betUug their money freely In that be-
r-.. . - - .-s . Het on the night or the 15th Instant, the
of hesitation on this point would be for- Soldiers and SaHors had a grand mass-meet-
ever lost. Ing and torchlfeLt procession. About 1300
But the objection may be raised that if torches were carried, aad over two thousand
Germany has thus remained divided into There were about 200 men in the
a mat camber of States, it is aDnarentlr ,iae- " Unlon ttit IaDT PPle had
. .it . ... .. . ' assembled before the procession reached it.
becscse the character of the cation is not .,, ... . , . . , . s
7 and on the outside speeches were made to a
adapted to constitute one mated Empire. t mnlHtude which It -was Impossible to
The Germans haTe brought into the mod- number. Oa the same night, the Soldiers
era world tha principle of individual inde- aad Sailors held a grand meeting In PbiUdel-
pendecce what is called Jkdividualim I phia, of which the telegraph says :
in opposition to the principle of authority I "Tbedtyhas been all day a sceneof pleas-
. . " r. . mxuic nmraimi. ice streets in all dlree-
exiciicgtrom Kcoe. They are "Partica- tkms are crowded with men, women and
&rists," as they term it, and they have children; all classes made It a holiday. Stores
fashioned Germany in accordance with f4 ?wcS??P decorated In Cheanot
tier instinrix- It in tlunAm hr ft. here bas been no such exhibition
' the!f?r "J IoJe of cofors since the Gil of Richmond: prlrate
j j . "- Boiuea xiue ut rnnie oi ine proeesslon
same sway ; and even force can net pre- were decorated, and In many Instances the
vent their toning towards those raaltiple displays were quite grand. The procession
sOTerearnties which alone ecrrasnocd ta foroed on Broad street aad commenced mov-
tiar traditioas -nd IcgateleTea o'clock, nd was two boursand
vented the formatioa of a great Germsn Governors Barnside and Ccrtin. The "Boys
Empire? It is Important to examine this "f were
85ht be enabled ts foresee- th events smanSagwiUi tee aase of the rebel prison
whieh the f&tar wiH fCTAaHj develop. Ia wbLrh tbeyhad rafrred ificrtfco3 thereon."
A Most Remsheablz Swtxdlz. Lately
a rural-looking lady and gentleman or Ster
ling, Cayuga County, called upon one of the
Justices or the Peace and expressed wish
to be married. The pair were made man asd
wife. Next morning they reappeared, and
each in turn desired that the rtrbcerdlanx
might be annulled; the lady particularly, was
very urgent. She charged that she had beea
entrapped Into marrying the man who steed
beride ber, by a piece of unparalleled decep
tion. Ebebadbeen corresponding with her
cousin In Iowa, whom she had not seen since
she was a child, and daring the eorretpoed
enec, ber relative had wooed and won her
affections. lie wrote her that he was com
ing In December to claim her band and take
ber to bis home In the West. The rwata to
whom sbe was married made bis appearaace,
claimed to be her cousin, said he cesM not
wait till December, etc Oa the strescth of
these repretestatlonsshe had reluctantly con
sented to wed. She bad since learned that
the man whom she had married was est her
cousin, but a wretch who bad secured a wife
by base deception. The tsan acknowledged
his culpabilitr. but Dleaded In 'erinadUi
that the Iowa eonsln had read hlra the letter
of his Intended, and that these had iatuaus
him to do as he had done. His consclwae
smote him so grievously since the aeeea-
nllchtnMt if 111. tMann.w .. V. , - -
full confession to the lady lie had rhnmofaMt
wronged. He had hoped to reeoscHe ber to
the fraud, but she would not lie was bw
.willing to make the only amesd be kaew of,
viz: to bare the Barrteee ceatMet aiiiiiilln.1
The magistrate ssegetted be bad set the Tftnt
er to unmirrr them, lie advised, rhat aa.
matters had progressed thus fer. K wcwW be
Detieriorweiaay lomme ue MM et a bad
bargain, and accept the aUaaetofl. - AAar a"
food deal or perssasien oa the t effete
ridegroom, the lady SsaHy decided te' ae
eept the advice of the Buestrate, ea tae s
sn ranee that the said briderrooai weafcl hmSm
It ail right with the. zeasiae eeasia ivw atr
In Iowa. Cpoa thia happy stltlsateat aba
lady dried her eyes aed the bsaw- aaarda
departed. Onzgo IhUaiHum.
LxUT Mxbcxket
body for apretty BaUava for a" aanai'ana.
"WeB,,satd tbe penaa, "What ilaBuBa
pettera of a atgbtespr "Ok.' aHaVasM
see, " you kaaw n ease effatr' tttmt'

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