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Erery Wetoeeaay Xoraisg-,
JUM to Foreign Sytmitfcfn at T-Be.
Oma Oa Merchant street, -west o
he Post OEce,lIcolshv H. I.
a-feta ana tnolnW kr J- MfTT Sjctx. at the
Cmuot Maoac. (On. -aese H inslaasi
'm "SAaaTra" (TKm
it aew piupsisd to all areas ar
nil m B bbr
Of ITfaT laanTltO!l,r
wrrs jrmA.'anmm ajto ltiwAwtraC
VOL. Y NO. 6.1
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, PEBRU All! 24, 1869.
SS6.00 PER YEAR.
tXBKV T. WATERHOTSE.
XKPOSJTS ASK BXALEB IS GE5Z2AX
!M, Ilsoticle, B. I.
J. G. BICKS85,
Ispcrter, Tialesale jad Set-It Dealer
IalWranglsciiaassateriala, T-crt. Klar aad
S) MercbsitSgeets.noooisla.ILL IU'
W. I. GKF.EV,
imrrT t. cflmnssTay AGErrassnrES
OSfe ta sTrt-rreof KtdUiaes oa Qora SBw.
SJ Ilanorala. TL J. jW
C. X. SrXSCXX, E. JUCTASIJLSS.
CHAS. 7S. SPESCER fc CO.,
ttVUVHHT. COXJOSEIDjr XEBCEASTS,
H Ceta Street Hsacral. It. T. Tyl
JIcCOIXiAX i JOKfSOX,
10 Fart it Eoaer&lc. tywiTf Y C Hears.' s. ijt
SUSTjTACIUSZS, IHPQ2TES & DEAEER
la Faraitsncf crerroescrir-am. TaT&irare Ware
Esraa az rtrt Street, epose Cba"e toctnfb
Gnrj. Wartsbi? si tietilttsaaoa Hotel
fw. w Tort. Onltfl &ia tat other
ay HMW to. jiy
BOOT ASS SHOE If VET'S,
CI Kfcir Street, pert tfl the Betbet. HrofaJa. pj
X. X. DOXXELL,
CASUTT .Tf'TTPK ASD tTPHOLSTXETE, j
U WiBttBjaaJa kctwWiihI rarailare. ljS j
: jo ax Tixscre. tboi. sorxssax.
TIBBirrS Ac SORKASOrV, i
SHIP nA-Rp-Riarrrgt; & CAUXEEBS ,
2keartbeHcaniBla Iron nam.
XILEO. L DATIES,
tinJisn, Ctm 1 OxJ
J2P8SZZS & CQX3QSSI05 XESCHA5T, ?
UT aa4 U linool CatenSei. '
BSftis& ad Fam& 3Carine Iaraace Ca. and
XrtlgaAcraaeCjppaT S-ljl ,
XEP0ETXE5 ACT "WE0I33AIE TtfiTTas ,
Tl T-AiW-iyft'T TT,-. fVp. Tt. tSat, ,
aad erery tarfefj- of Geaawaa Tsrabbias Gooli.
Smw-RriiA.LiiatlaatStrrt.naiiala, .W-I.rf i
t. X. T1UII. s. c mis.
WALKER & ATJLEX,
KWTPyiM; t CSXEQEIOir KEBTHAXTS,
U Qaaattrwt.TInrnliira.g.1. Pjt
L L. TORBERT.
HXAUS TJT T.ing wvg .yrt vvv'tfT kimi
OT BUTLDETG KATTTTtTAL.
IS Omca Oner QamaalTcrt crertl Iji
SHIP CEACTtESS ACT COXXISSIOS
Caera &reet, Boaorda. rartk3ar arter.TVo paid
ta the percfcaie aad ssle of Bavauaa rrodsse.
una ar rmrwa re
CLEiebardsaCa, IH EsckJtW a Ca.
C Brrwer A Co, c L Ekhard a 0
JCyatenaaaZaj. tCastie Oxto. Mj
nrpfirfTva & tittti u BOOTS, SHOES,
Aad Gestlesseas Fcrenhiae Goods, caraer of Fort
asd llerrritr; Streets, BoaatalE. -1t4
GROCER AD SHIP CHASDIES,
Xamej aad Xecrcits fsraished to iif oa the mart
1C fsTorsUe tems. prt
Cossimsa XerrViTt 3 General Agyst,
XaTcrttf of Teas aad other GsJaese aad Toreirs
Goods. VThoteasle Staler is Havaxiaa FraiBSe. aad
Aceat fcr the Paclaa aad Asaexla Scar Flaxta-tirs-
Jirejxojf Store oa TCcaaxa Street. Lelosr
AFOfG A; ACBXCC
Izsperten, Visletile Setxil Seslcx
la Geaenl Xerriisaiwa aad Ctuaa Goods, ia the
Ftreeoof StJre on Svasas Street, aadcr the PehSe
GEORGE G. SOIfE,
Dealer in BedTsod and SortiTestlsaier,
RiingWs, Itaoti, Sashes, Sads, Xaut, Palcts, e,
SoJ atbisoUataadoithe &plisade. flj(
F. JL. SCHAEFER &. CO,
BscoleH. Ottx, H. L ,Trl
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
XKPSSXESs & UOOSI05CEECEA5T5
TRX6BORE C HECCK,
TXPOETEB & C03OQSS10X 2CE2CHAST.
1-1) BoaaMa. Oaha. B. L fly
H. HACKFELD sfc CO.,
GESEEAL COXHISSI05 AGESIS.
S-q Oaeea Street, BaoAJc. ft L j
THE TOK XOORE TAYER5,
- bt jr. e'.-niax,
S) Ceraerof Bag aad Fort gtreeta, lji
CHAOCET C BE5SETT,
ST.A1.T?. IS 3TEWSPAPEBS, XAGAZTKBS,
And TtsioBais, Fort Saeet. Hontnla. ;iMj
hMtHll. X. JAZCEX.
3. J?. EBXERS fc CO., '
agsTT-ye: TV 22T GeXJDS Tn i;yn-.'tT. '
lTre-tcoof Store oa Fart Street, ahsn Odd FelVnrs '
Ban. 37-1,4 i
JL. S. ClXGHOR."V,
ymzsuix asb eetah. h?ttt; xs
W v H i T. lTBansrA-mry
z-rTod ftare. corker of Qae3 sad "".tt.. .
gtreeta, Hrairrrla. FTTTlirnrt1"Vliairitiai7ain is
X. rASAsTX. t.
ABAX8 fc WII.FIt
Atrnfl-s 4 e3aasms aaaczAsrs
Qaeea Street, Hoacsa!c,H. L
C- SJBART8W, J
AUCTION EEK, i
les, ra Qoee. Sareet, oa. door I
Xetary Pdfie as ffemm-itifraer ef Been.
TcrtfctSaaUaf CaSanav OSsaStWSaakf
shoga Ca Ti iin-si Street, Hoojisi. S-lji
M. A. ITajBESCAX,
-JSce at aa, Tr -jrfar Deparmert. pyt
JT. J?. HCttHES,
ejfasl fcjaJs ef F.fcaWy. eseriar tracsaiac eaax
r-of artanf Jisast
X- x. r. urns.
C BKEKER fc CO.,
HOXOLrLU, H. 1.
AGESTS or tae Boston aad IloBosnln
ACESTS-Por tae SUlae, "WaHann and
AGE5TS Par tlx Fnrenaar aiut Sale of
Mud Proda. M;t
S. S. GSHBAVX Jk CO.,
T2CP8ETEES ACT -WHOrSSALE BEALE2S
la; Siore la juice's Bact, Qoeea Sow,
Bosnia, H.L P-lJ
I S. I I V 1. ,
t &,. IVkuO&w Sex a IleBcAals. fiS-&a
F- A ,f TliT a FFEK,
AC EXT tor Uie BREMEN" BOARD i
JLfrnt t- tbff Drwim Hoard cf radtfwritcss,
Irs! Ir the Thesa BJarf of radtraritcn.
G. IT- .TORTOX,
000PEE AND GAUGES,
At tie "Stw SUzd ci tie Xrplmxde.
Ba aa on iiul
aa4r aale. Oil Cala aad GistIi of dificreat aixei.
aevaai oLS, te will at ta n?T ltfeR
aad wraated to rix-e nzkfictx. All klads of
F. II. A; a. SEGELUEX,
US, ZTSC AND COPPER SMITHS,
ACT SHEET IE05 V02XEES,
5suza Etrrtt, lurorrea Jtecixzt & ft-sei.
Bavv cscfUntir on liaad. Stores. Te.GaV
Kj. naiud Iroo Ira. PUia aad E Cibbs.
gaSalgagtfclofSaadSO&et. vitA coct&baf .
" TtaadpireracaplcCe, k-Tabs aadalaoa
Terj- lar toct cf Tza vara of ererj de9crikaL
Irtkalar atteatkm preatoShip-lTdct. Orders
fraatL other llad be carefaTlj attended to.
Thaakfxl t tae QSieai of Bnolala and the
Ii2aad pfaerallj ix iter liberal pttroaare la the
pat, bepe tj atrktasenticc t tcssseM ta Dent
the n ?JT the fctcre. -1,5
z. ii. raospsos,
Qaees Street, Ssaalsl,
nwHiinjajMw wif meuuicLom
CEATER OF EELAITEA, HAWAIL
3 THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS Oi
m . aoa-cpea fee-the ;ifftLthiirfTOftM,fai ae
theTokaaa Boose. -who Bar rrlr oa fdeoB.
fiUe roo. s rxl ul.le. VoJ i:niivDT.
Ztierieacedtjaides fthe Crater atwsrsca haad.
en.iv n. . ' . i
STEAX ACT EUtHHTJE Tt'TTTS J i
Hsrses Grained a-J Stxiled if Scsred. !
Tarties Tiririaf the Teacsaa
OW 1 alst artteaetail - ..Va oV. V TV STT
Emmx lie. " s-.Trt :
PIASO and other Snslcal
iBstrUDentf Tcaed aad laaired. br
A jjjCHABLLE; BrtBT, at the BanSsa !
- 1 lTheatre. i
Lessons given on tJae Plane JL Gnitax. ,
The best of reiereaees prec
HOUSE ACT EHL? PLU2CBZS,
XlrSt, m dosri veat of Castle Coois't.
Ess oa haad, Bath-Tabs, Maur-CWts. ITash-lU.
aias, Force asd lift ran Lead aad Galraaixed
Iroa lpea, aad risaber Brass-vorka. Eetapthe
oeJjPlcjaber lathe cirr.be will execcteaS orders en
trcsted to hiai ia a wkauslice taaaaer. p-s
. SBTT. SXX'L 30TT.
JOIIA AOXX Az CO.,
OUirirritV AMI Airi ! IW t l'H Ii, :
n T, i , i , , a . m. ,
Kiv-r..t-g. St, ere dssr sieve riitrer'a,
aes; seaie u cum toe pasuc that thrrare pre- :
rared ta frralsh all tiaas af Copper tTort, sscb as '.
Striae Pass, Srcza Paas, IToras. Panps, I
etc Also oa haad. a fall aanrtsest of Ha Ware,
we olff t si at tie Lopt Ms-'t,: Prices. '
AO Mads of epsjrlx: done -vita Xeataess asd
Krpstcb. Orders Iroal the other Islsads wffl meet '
'asa pnapt atteatKo. l-3m
JA3IES Is. IJ3TS,
COOPER AND GAUGER,
At the Old Silni, ccrr.er Xizg & Eetltl Ett.
A Larg Stock of MShoati aad a3 tiais of Cbop-
nsr Moan nouxyj a m-ir at aopes or
irTmTsrs ta lasfar m to toerit a ef the
jatroaare srhich he llieretatxe ex7ed, aad for
31R. JT. COSTA,
JEWELER ASD ESGEAVEE,
Tort Street, e-otite Oil TtHtrsn' tret.
Is prepared to execute nrtthpronpiBess. all nrrk ia
his ae of bostaess, rarh as Watch aad dock rrpsir
tne. "lffllpTftrr-maj: Jeaelry tM Frirnrfnc J-ia
IICE5SED SHaTPHTG AGE5T,
0ee oa Jie BeMrtos & Co'i Wttxt
Coatiaaes the baaaeas on hi dd plan of settliat;
axth oSeert aad teaacn icasedlstelj oa their ship.
piasatMsoSos. ILci-r oo dsct Indirect cjco
ritcTicn -i-Tth airrrTrr't1Tinratah!is'hTaiLt. irwl sTVia
iS as dtbu ta be tx&Kied ia his Ubre, ae ao to
rise as good ssrirVHm ia the fctare as he has ia
the past. tja
AT TTTR PHOTOGBAPH GALLERY
On Fort Street,
MAY BE SEB5 THE VIEWS tajten
jLa-ra Jr'Iow at tTahelm,
Aad the JsSectt of tie Lett
aSarUaa.naJte aA Waloblatt, Kan.
im ofxHsua a4 other ptseea. Also Cards
C" the Kjoii, Qersa, Qrs, etn. all fx-sale at low
prices. Also, Oral aad Saanra Fraaeacf all szxea.
wfcie affl be aad cheap,
ICKSO fc BOLSTER,
House. Sign & SMp Painters.
King Street) utr -nanu9
gag HAVTSS FORMED A CO-PA2T-
mm-P torrjieg a tie Pajattpg
fj" ' X'Jl
txi mr, first et Aefrfriegit eadtie
Gaaeme. Viiisir,.. Guiij, CalKCTining,
Faser-BaBgks, Ac, Ac, etrcstea oa tie
aaorleat Botiea aad ob tbe Btt zeajarailc
DBST 'EVXQUSH Kolled. Paint. erU.
KxxBg a ca
BUST -PAMLY P8RK,
per MLASLta J4 ad.K barrela.
-nexas EAsTKUjr ceBFiss,
s peraaujes. roraauaa-
SEVKRATfCS, CT.ftTTK & C0
A5TJ EHTPPI5Q AGISTS,
405 Xrsrt Si, esrrrrcf City, Si-i Tzaadseo.
We Tttutnd la the u of Scraraad'alltiads
j of IsltoJ PrA&Dre. also ta the ptgrhiMBr; ant for-
vardiatT of nercha&dise.
Cat Araoees Bs4t oa
upms ivl'ii -uttd'dttt - nn
i TOBWABBnTG ASD
j Portland, Or con.
I Harirse esageJ ia cstr freaeat Huiacst &r
j e?nraS-r(Ttestts,aalia)ai& Jlre-
( uus4MapM,racaa sccar. syntr. Kite,
raltt. CLc to a4vaatan. CkaviraMatf .
I jwcI1t aalidud fcr ta tVrccm Harkct, t which
I Jicauu acnxvtt U1 be paa, aa4 apoa vfcws caa
CLarka tT Smoki ,
Hadgw a Lukdcaacrgtf- ....
JatMs lIrkk a Od
i AUes a Lrait
jLadlaiacc . ..
, E. M. TA REED,
TTtriaf the Vert tadli&a thrce-h aa istfaai con-
Beraan wiia ue imwn rraoe XT tae fact ttgtt
jean, is rnrarec ta tra&cact asj boAaeu ectrwted
ra us cue, tzui oirpaan. Xi-lJ
X. S. TTTHlTt, E. f. atASCUXS, C X. ItaaCAJC.
"WILLIAMS. BLAS CHARD & CO,
FKT7?I5G & C0JOOSEI05 JCEECHA5TS.
S31 305 rrost Street, San rnrinco. t&s
LA5GLEY, CSOWELL & C0
" Ccr. Eittcj A Clay S ti, Sia Friciico. ca
BOARD OF TTSDERWEITERS.
mDE TTXljTm SIGHTED hsrlne bn
; ot Laoerarsers, nxsinfiaf tae
I 2Secluulta, Stttnal Marine Ins. Oew,
Home Sntnal Inssumace Company-,
EecleaTetaEs&ra Hasten of Teaseis and the Fsb-
. oeaherof the ahore OxarazJes araiost pcrilsof
' F aad other nsKs, at or sear the fattdaich
will tare to I xergMt j tia.
1-Sa B. BACKFEtD A CO.
T,IIE UITDERSIGXED, AGEXTS o
fc-v c vAufma,. uiv oven aauKVTsea to
lxsare ritk, on Carxro. Freleht and Trras,
are. br Coasters, trem BoiaJaln to all mu t
me ii, i.,n rociL aaa to Tersa.
S-ljs H. BACKTELD A OO.
MABIKE INSUEASCE CO MP AS Y
Of San Pranelaco.
1 nrUK TrSTOERSIGXED barlnc been
JL arrwated Agents tr the share Cosepaaj .are
jniwrawDvwnwotfiaLarrQeSi s- reipnts
! A . UI C
tTAIXEE A ALLEN,
i-Sar Arms, Boaotaln.
IIAJ1 BIEGH-BK E31 1 1
FIRE ISSUE AN CE COHPASY.
' flTHE rjDERSICSED baring been
' JL arnasted Arents cf the abore Coouazr. are
rrnrJ tolairerists agsiiist Hre. ca Stone sad
rlclc BoJldlntrs. aad oa Mrrrhand!
stored tbereta. ao tae zaost fsrcrsble tenas. For
psrorsuars aaplj at the c3c of
nji r. a. scHAEna k oa
miE AGK5T FOB. THE BRITISH
JL Foreizn Marine lascraaee CoBraar. flinit.
ed4 bat neerred iastracDoas to redsee the rates of
lcsaraace berveea Hanoi ala aad Paruia the PadSc,
aadntovprraaredUiscae Po!ides-at tat Xesresf
aa, with aspecis redacrioa oa Frethtiterteaa-
erv IU1XI. H DA TITS,
tUt JfoSBrX. JiT. Jfer. Jat. Ck. (LimiUxf).
SUGAH & MOLASSES.
IIJLLO, II. I.
rfEOP coiirxG nr act foe sale es
J ccaatitiet to tuit pvrJuLterj, by
IfSLKEZ i ALLES,
Ssarar asd Xolasaves Crop IMH)
COiOXG IS, JOB. SALE Df QUASTI
ties to (sit purchase rf, bj
fTALEEB t XLLES,
Sajrar aad Jlolaic9 Crop IeS9
G01UXG IS", FOE SALE Cf QDASTJ
ties to ealt pcrciajen, hy
WALKHS A ALLEX,
VTEW CROP SOW COMXVG IX. FOE
AA a!e ia acsntHiea to asit pankasers.
C. BREWER A CO.,
?f ew Crop r Sarar fc Xolasaes
TvTOW COXIXG TS. ACT FOB SALE IS
IS qutirlt to re it pcrtkxAen bx
C BREWER & CO.,
FAX KAALAKA ACT LAXXPLAXZA
IIOXS, sea- eoavBr in aad for sale far
THB8. H. BATTBr!,
SPIRITS 8P TtTRPESTIXS.
4a BSLLK A OS.
A Tojase to tbc XtJUs.
Writtea fcr the Oazetta.
Oar fishing at Mali went on Terr sac-
cesiMIv for about three treeas,bat through
tae coadoct of Brown, j tie Portunese
wba bat tie principal raaBaement, it was
tatier Esddeclr brogat to an end. like
rainy other specimens of poor erring hn
manity, when dothed ' with a little brief
authority, Brown was indlned to be peto
lint and OTerbcaring. Be had freqneat
snd petty quarrel? wits the natives, in tra
ding, and althoagh I did' not thorooghly
understand everything that was said, I saw,
plainly enongk, that a feelbg of exaspera-
tion against him, was.exinin araonj the
people. I export elated with hira on
his eosrse, bat his invariable answer was,
that he knew these people better than
did! that a hostage was os board of the
brig, and therefore, we were perfect safe.
I spent, however, some very pleasant days
at Mali. Every morning, early, women,
and boys and girls, fiocted arcand the trade
house with fruits, vegetables and fish, in
re tarn for which, they wanted some trifling
article, bat oftener, they brought their frnits
as a present, and only wanted the privilege
of bein? allowed to sit and look at the
tangane papshngi" the youthful son o!
the skies as they termed rse. The peo
ple of this part of the coast of Vacua Le
va, were generally ranch lighter colored
than those of 3! baa and Eewa, and this
was ascribed to the mixture of Tonga
blood. Still, there were all shades of com
plexion among them, from the almost Afri
can blackness of the Fijnaan of the origi
nal stock, with his imniense head of hair,
which, while it was not veritable wool, look
ed very ranch like it down through the
different degrees of light and shade, until
frequently, one might meet with a face
that would pass for that of a quadroon, in
Sew Orleans, and with yellow flowing
locks. There mast have been, in some re-
mole period, a considerable of a mixing np
of different tribes and breeds on those is!
asds, to produce so many divergent types
of humanity, Yet, they are all the same,
in point of character all r-nniKil sava-
I met a Hawaiian at Tarea, who was
known among the foreigners as "Oaha
Sam," and who had probably run away
from a whaler. He was living with
the chief, in high favor and affluence, and
was said to be almost ar much of a can
nibal, savage and bigamist, (if we may ap
ply the term to Fijii Alonnonism) as any
of the people among whom he lived. He
made a call on me at the trade house, and
made me quite a Iog speech, on present
inz me with some verr tine sh. The
speech was in broken English, but so ex
tremely broken, that I could not compre
hend his meaning. He then essayed the
vernacular of the island!, but here again,
his inability to pronounce the sound of the
numerous consonants of the Fijii language.
and my then limited knowledge of it my
self, rendered him almost unintelligible.
At length, by tigns, he made me under
stand that he wanted a shirt, and one of
the kind denominated hickory." Thi3, 1
happened to have at hand, and gave to
him. I did not see Oaha Sam for months
afterwards, but eventually met him at Ee
wa. just before oar departure from the isl
ands, when he, attired in the afore-men
tioned shirt, and a maro, of coarse, urged
me to enter his straw-thatched mansion
and see his family. I did so, and found a
fine, healthy young- Fijii woman, whom he
claimed as his wife, nursing a little babe,
somewhat lighter than herself, while with
the disengaged hand, she held cp to the
light, the recently issued catechism. She
was pondering over the first question
What is God!" In the native toogoe
Sa thaba Ibovaf The answer ws
Ihova sa kala" "-God is a spirit." Dur
ing my wanderings and sojourning?, I have
somehow lost tnr copy of the Fiju cate
chism, which was really, very neatly print
ed, and, &3 1 was afterwards informed, very
accurately translated into the vernacular,
and in consequence of the loss, cannot give
any more specimens of the written lan
After thi3 digression, which I trust will
not offend my readers I revert to my
experiences at Mali As I said at the
cofRmeBcegent of this number, my partner
ia the shore trading business, was Drown,
the Portuguese. The chief of Mali, bar
gained with as for a musket, and the
price of the ten casks of ndrte was agreed
The chief brought one a day, for
ten days, and then claimed his pay. Brown
who was ray ssperior in the bostness
iaajted that he had only brought nine, aad
that nstil he brought the one required to
cooptete the complement, he could not
have the EBSsket. A creat deal of
ly, asd with very angry looking eyes, while
the chief acd La people seemed calm asd
detemised is their warmer. At length,
T-MaS advanced to where I was sitting.
ea theekrated platform of .the trading
Bsaeter, aad said "Sunga taxaags! Sa
TfmVft.sa EeBgit" "My chief! Is it rigit,
or k it Bet?" I eoy Bot bst giva ray de
eistes aaainnt BrewB,f6r I had kept the
teafy of the tt, sate k&ew bftat Tti-Xiti
was entitled to hk pay. This eataged
Brown, aad be asd 1 had seae hitter
words. TheBaAives,wbileIw3 dttpeirBR
with my companion, suddenly disappeared,
and we were left qske aloee. I did not
think much of it at that time, bat I have
aace learned eaoacfc ef the nabUs of the
Paci&c Islanders to knarr, that seen a sad-
den and sullen departure, is a token of evil i bsyself repeating the words
intent. It mease revenge. And so it j "iSJS"
meant in oar case.
Daring the next two days, ao fishing
was done, and not one of the natives came
near our station, but remained in their ' breeze. What a relief! In the first trass
moantain fastnesses. Instead of the pleas- port of excitement. 1 levelled ray Biasket
ant scenes of previous weeks, when our
house was all day long sarrounded by men,
women and children, chattering and glee
ful, there was, what the Hawaiians call
neoneo desert. Aside from the squalling
and screaming paroquets, and the whistling
and pee-peeing of other birds, we were
like the -Deserted Tillage." Brown took
everything very comfortably, bat I felt that
from the absence of oar fishermen, there
was reason to think that trouble was brew
ing. About three o'clock, one of the chiefs
men, whom he had been in the habit of
sending down to me with little presents of
roast pig, fowls, or fruit, came to the house
the first native of Mali that we had seen
for nearly two days and crawling in, on
his hands and knees, through the door,
presented me with a basket, neatly plaited
with cocoanut leaves. I of coarse, thought
it was one of the usual presents of pork,
and accepted it with all the dignity of a
chief. Bat in looking into the basket.
what was my surprise, to see the thigh of
native woman, nicely roasted! As soon as
I discovered its real character, I shouted,
-ilbacolo P the meaning of which, may
be rendered in English, "Deserving to be
eaten" and then threw the basket after
the retreating native. Then rushing into
the trade-house, I seized a loaded musket
and pointed it at him, as he rapidly disap
peared in the surrounding boshes.
At a short time after sundown, a half-
white, one of the numerous scions of an
old Irishman, who had lived on the islands
a great many years, and had Heaven only
knows how many children in all sections
of the country came to me and said
"Kugn Turanga, I wish to warn yon of
coming trouble. The chief and his people
are all very angry with Brown, about the
cheating of the extra cask of fish, and
they are bound to kill and eat him. They
are not so angry with you, but they are
somewhat angry because yon so contempt
uously rejected the present sent yon in
tended as a peace-offering the thigh of a
woman, nicely cooked. So I am fearful,
nugn toranga,' that they will kill yon also.
Ton have been very kind to me, and that
is why I have been all day skulking through
the bushes, to get a chance to tell you.
They will come down here some time to
night." Putting his finger on his lips, he
added, "If yon don't want me to be killed
also, never reveal that it was I who warned
you." I was too stupified with a sudden
overpowering feeling of impending danger
to make him any answer, and he glided off
and disappeared in the shades of the forest
My emotions were Tarious and conflict
ing, after the disappearance of Patrick
the younger, as he was known by the m
tives. The first idea that suggested itself
to my mind, was resistance. We had, in
the trade house, a rack containing several
muskets, always loaded, and two belts, each
contaiuinga dozen of ball-cartridges. With
these, I thought that Brown and I might
drive off the savages, who we knew, had
bat few fire-arms. Full of this idea, I en
tered the trade house, and found Brown
lolling on the mats with hi3 wife. When
I told bin my news, he became very much
excited at first, getting np and walking
about. On his wife asking him what was
the trouble, he threw himself down on the
mats and burst into a flood of tears, and
sobbed like a whipped child. I saggested
to him the idea of using oar arms aad sell
ing our Eves dearly. But I could get
nothing ost of him but ejaculations like
this 'Oh.Dioa, we shall be killed! Oh.
why did I come to this horrible country!
Oh my poor wife! we shall die together."
Seeing him in this cowardly and helpless
condition, I took a loaded musket, asd
strapping about me a belt of cartridges,
walked oat in the moonlight, down the
Mali bay, is a semicircle, facing towards
the east, our bosses being sitsated ia the
centre. By instinct, perhaps, rather than
from any idea of which way I was proceed-
isg, I took the direction on the side to
ward Msthsata, where the brig ky, thirty
or forty miles oC Bst I thought not of
help from my shipmates. My miad was
ocespied.ia view of the dreadfal fete whkh
I felt eerlaia was jstpeedisg over me, with
zeeoUeetioss of heme, fattier aad mother,
sisters aad brothers. Bomomboriflg alao,
my mssy stss asd siort-cossisgs, I knelt
oa the white wBd-hpnch, asd preyed for
forgiregesg afcost as wncemjy aa I ggppeee
asy eae eosM, antocc it aht be oe
wreteh abest to be hnsehed from the
WsHcisg farther ot. towards
the rocky point whMi tenaioated the
of tie bay, sy eye eaetdows, aad
ay rhnnghu es Mtvuu laojaets, the 1mm-
, ty of the peace oti oe eieVt, tW pkeW
waters ef the bay, its warn rippKag with
geatle BHtraar ob the sow-w!ite saad. of
the shore, d oa the other, the dark fMe
of the maagreia barnee, aad tae ramrtwg
i ceeoanat trees, all tBei Bated to taegto-
i tioss tropteal awoaUfht the Miaiioaary
hymn came to my receHectioe, ed I foes
t doing go, I lifted my eyes, aad to I there
! was the bowsprit of the dear old brig, as
she slowly crept along with the gentle load'
right at her, and fired. The cook after
wards told me, that the ball went right
through the galley, only an inch or two
over his head. I then hailed, "Brig ahoy T
"Hallol" was the response, in Capt. Wal-
lis well-known tones. "Send a boat ashore
at once, or we will be all murdered."
mediately there was a boat lowered, and
the mate and six men, well armed, palled
to the beach. Telling him the whole story,
as shortly as I could, we proceeded to tho
trade house. There we found Brown, in
the same maudlin state of childish terror
in which I bad left him, weeping bitterly.
It is needless to add, that tho natives
did not come down from the town to at
tack us, they having seen the brig daring
the afternoon, coming from Mathnata.
(To 6c continued.)
is ravs. No man can be sura of hi nerves
at all times. We have, within our personal
experience, knuwn of mora cases than one.
where men. with am Die Drofeaalonal training
have been in the jaws, ot death for no other
reason man mis. une oi mete men was an
architect, thoroughly need to walking about
ail paru oi uousee 10 toe course OI construc
tion, who told us that once, when walking
alonr a ulank which lolned two walla of a
great height Irom the ground, felt a sadden
sense of danger, upon which bis senses left
mm, ana oaiy returned tiler some seconds,
when ho awoke, so to speak. In the arms of
one of his masons, who bid most fortunately
seen bis state In time to carry him across the
plank at the risk or his own life. A second
and more carious cue, require a Utile pre
vious explanation. Somejearaigo.thepalnt
lngs on the Inside of the dome of 8L Paul's
wanted repairs, and It was contrived, in or-
uer to aiTe iron Die ana expense ot acanoia
log built up from the floor, that a sort of sus
pended scaffold should be made, supported
by the ledge, about half a yard In width, of
the upper surface of the cornice just below
the dome, and banelng by ropes which hung
throush boles In the UDwr ran of the dome.
A ship carpenter, an old band at such mat
ters, undertook the job, and began it by sup
ping out of a small door at the foot of the
dome upon the ledge in question, from which
there was a clear tall of two hundred feet to
the pavement beneath. lie walked a few
steps alon the ledfre. and then. belnrahraad
shouldered man, found that the Inward curve
oi me aome made rum unable to stand up
right, and caused him to lean over danger
ouslr, with an altered and unsteady centre of
gravity. Seized all at once with id overpow
eringsense of fear, be managed, nevertheless,
to turn his face to the dome and to rest, be
ing once more able to stand upright, till be
could recover his senses. Then, to bis hor
ror, he found that be had forgotten on which
side of him the door was, or how far off It
was, and br trrloir to net to it br short aide-
long steps, took the wrong direction, and
literally walked in search of it round the
whole base of the dome, falling into the door
at last, utterly prostrated, and feeling, as be
said, ten years older. He made the scaffold
afterwards, and used to tell the story of his
fright while walking about on the ledge in
the most unconcerned way. Eztlumgt.
TnRiE Soubczs or Wealth. In one of
his splendid speeches, lecentlyuttered, the
Demosthenes of the mighty West, George
u. renuieioo, eaia:
There are three sources of wealth. I see
around me gentlemen, who, like mytelf, be
lon: to the persuasion of the law : we are
jealous of our profession; but, gentlemen,
let me tell you, that no lawyer that everllved
in pursuit of bis profession ever added one
dollar of wealth to the country; no pbrtlcUn
ever did; no preacher ever did; no banker
ever did. We are all useful, I trust, in our
several vocations In life; but it Is our busi
ness to tike advantage of the misfortunes
and follies of other men, and when they have
earned tne aouir, to put it in our pockets.
LaughterJ There are three sources of
wealth. The man who roe down Into the
mines and labors there, and brings np from
tbe bowels of the earth the gold, and the
lead, and tbe tin, and tbe silTer, prod aces
wealth. Tbe men who, like most of yoa,
from early in tbe rooming till late In the-eren-ing,
and from June till December, toil upon
tbe surface of the ground, and make It bring
forth things necessary for the support of hu
man life: and the man who. with his skill
and labor, takes these things that are brought
np from tbe bowel of tbe earth, and culled
from tbe surface of the earth, and binds and
fashions them for tbe use of men Into tbe
implement of civilized life these are tbe
three producer! of wealth, and labor Is neces
sary to mem ail Ana it l the man wno
makes tbe wealth who pays tbe taxes. Toa
do not go to the treasurer' office to pay
them; but let me tell yon what yon do.
When yon buy roar tea, jour coflee, and joar
sugar, rou pay to the storekeeper the smount
be paid to the wholesale dealer, and tbe whole
sale dealer charged him tbe amount be had
paid in New York, when be entered at the
custom bouse bis tea, eotee, or sagar. What
Is tbe reason yoa cannot buy a pound of tea,
coffee or (agar now as yoa could eight years
ago 7 Xot becaese the carreaey I ealargea,
though that may bare something to do with
it, bnt because tbe duty U enlarged, asd the
man who sella, bavine? to Bar more for Ms
oooj, cannot suoro to sell
as cheap s be
iienry ward ueecner writes: "Hat per
baps yoa are an eater of rice bird, mead
Bonner? How do job have them ceoker
will Inform yoa of recipe which I beard
yesterday from a geeUeaMawbs b often la
forefga parts, aad ha lsaraed some of the
secrets of those who are knowing in sala
ries. Here it b: gweet potatoes are boffed,
peeled, split ia two lesgtawbe, a spate
scooped oat large eneegb lor a bird, aad
when it It samrty is, the ether batf retaraas,
tied down aad the whole pat iato the oyea
and baked. That betsg doae, no reetlow
are seeded for eatltw. The Met to setafaes.
or if any escape, it readers the potato all tae
sore oenewis. .
good for ail s&all
I teppoae the Bsethod ia
I bara as tor tae tie Mr.1
AbhxthE. A medical nan. who haa haaa
staeljiag the aMfereet aie&hoUc driak aerrea
to thirsty paupie, sa,: "Abaiatiae to praaar-.
ec y dialfrttar; tprije of sUrtattw, aaaatsec
reot,ee. This EaatweaprMara sfrsisW. Tan
hare heard of prattle sckL wbtea nastaatly
kUts aay saimal toaefied by Hi 1W six
ntoea at praacte atM fa quart of wsiar;
take aoother baaiii. aad poarait ropa of ab
ttatoe ie a qaart of waUr. Tarotr iikotJl
batta acHM 1H Sehea. Taoa tarowa lata
the baaia wttk absinthe will ate fonr ttsana
seoaer tao taote tttfaws hate) tkcsnamaaav
Uratarprnirig ifUL tat. iUXmaal iialat
to tfc mmi-wf -antat; Mai '
items of the now
t sac aamaaa.
asd it lahaarlMr
the MkftaW r-
perts of Oaat, JL v last oillw U. 8. A,i
It see, ha coHeetecl a tote ssta -aafsa
aaeMst Of Biatarieol rtiiu aa. ssaaaonti
wbkh, with aoate iaarwrreet luaMtn,
Make ap tbe Msnty of tk teshaWa
The rafHaln at tho Alatfcnai ata, est toa
waste, a BaBoeoane paopsa, wait woam
ttar ere lftd haw; oat laaosdaaoir sarry ia
their seta, ceotaiac aoa booH. Tkor an
narelr MoaaaHn. aad -" 1 a.T.i,..a.t
taetoln mtrBC tfcoir alsapU garalia. We
copy the Mtowiaj- fatal a Jfew To Mir,
whose editor totmtaa ta tacts from tae
Captain, aa we. aba radatte a reasark sf tka
editor, that the VtcrfaUoa aaotwbadaa
tne ioweascoaatuoaaasaa(jsaAew aorw:
Straaae to tar. Ur bar as laws, aad
accoralisr to tfce eajrtafa they a, aeae;
for they Save fbaad oat how to fe witaeat
them. Dariag bl rsaMoae anvoar IsMsa,
x saw any diracaltr arhc bosoa
them. Tbe boases are rery targe, eseeft
thoee of the Terr poor. whWi are a saamric
at those or Xew Tork. only, sot aaite ae
sqaaild and ftHby. "the large hoaaea are
) resided over by the owner, ana Be caieea,
he chief. They are divided toto BaaserAM
small rooms, wUck aitotrethet Hiatal, very
often, as raauT a tftr people, or tta latatlei.
In tbe middle of tbe he Bee 1 a toe aqnare,
paved with gravel aad stoae. Tat is the
place where the c&bhbob are t , aad
the cooking for all tie huatrry seeataa gee
on. It Is always bnrnliHt ms;al aa4 any, aad
the bicb, women aad chlMrea He sVtrw-B. or
sit mostly, round it, iqnattlugon tfedrhtm,
which is their nasal posltloa. There to only
one room in tbe haase, and It la diilaca, as
ws bare seen, into larrer or aaMHer raoat.
acco raise to tbe aggregate aaaaar at the
This sluttulariwople bara their scad aad
collect the ashes la boces Into their sacred
lacex. Tbe captam tried to get a stall,
at foaud it Impossible. Oa expresela; bb
regret to one of the cMeft, be hM: 'Oh.
never raiad 1 1 will kill a slave for you. and
yon shall hire bis skull' Tak the eapsala
liOWXO GET A SET Of DlAKOXBe. A few
dsn aeo. a ladr dressed with zreat elesjaace.
and belonging apparently to the highest
classess, visited the director of a private
Lunatic Asylum, in Belgiam, aaa laMtmed
him that her buehaad wu auaerlsg from
He is not danseroas," she aded. "but
constantly recurs to tba Idea that he bis been
robbed of valuable jewelry, and violently
demand their reatoratloa." Tbe director
willingly promised to take charge of tbe new
patient, and pay every attention to Ms case.
The lady paid for a fortaicht la snvaace, and
left saving that the woald brisg her basbaad
the next morning at a certain hoar. .Punc
tual tbe time appointed, back eoate tae ledr.
aad with her a gentleman, whosa she Intro
duced into a room already prepared for hi
reception and at once left the uyraas. An
boar bad not elapsed belore tbc patient called
at the top of his voice for the Jewel be bad
brought with Mm. Tbe doctor wu seat for,
and as the supposed sick raao Messed macb
excited, a strait walecoat wa prate rie.
Now this aniuckly gentlemas wa no other
than tbe clerk of one of the wealthiest jewel
lers In London, who had been victimised by
a clever adveutarese. The woman whose,
bearinir and eiezant manners bad hs Based
upon tbe merchant, bad selected some dia
monds oi great value ana requested mem to
be sent home to her. and tbe bill wa to be
paid. A carriage was standing at the .door,
and tbe unfortunate clerk pot Inutile thinking
that he was to be taken to a mad-hoase. It
was not until late next day that be managed
to make hi identity known and recover his
liberty ; tbe police were Immediately sect for
and placed upon tbe track of the Ingenious
Electric Piaso. Macb lnteret.wa Utelr
excited at a meeting of a Technological So
ciety In Paris, at tbe performance of an elec
tric piano, invented by X. Spies. Oa the
Interior of this Instrument there 1 a aerie of
electro-magnets, which act upon the ordi
nary hammer that strike tbe toaes; ihese
hammers communicate with tbe key-board
In the usual way, but on their opposite end
they bare small wooden rods terminating
with armatures, which are attracted to the
electro-instructs whenever they become
active. The music to be penotmtd is
arranged on a continuous strip of paper,
perforated with boles in sack a way a to
represent the different notes. Tkfa. Iocs'
strip, by means of clock work, I rolled of
from one wooden cylinder to another, the
two being separated by an Intermediate
cylinder of metal. There I also a small key-
ooara witn amail movable copper hammers,
which is placed above tbe interaMdlste cylin
der so that tbe ami!! bead oi the baaimeri
rest upon till continuous strip of perforated
paper. Tbe battery I so arranged that one
poll communicate with tbe small key-board.
and the other, through tbe electro-BMnet,
iruu sue meiaiuc roller, as lae Saeet 01
paper is rolled from one nliaeer to .the
other, It passes on the metallic cyllader, snd
whenever a hobs In tbe paper cosae under
tbe key-board, tbe hammer make contact.
and a current passes through to the electro
magnet, wnicn attract tne oammer, sea the
required note! struck. The wknte nerfhr.
mance 1 aatomssttc and lBdcpeaacat of the
skill of tbe operator, and It 1 atM to be bril
liant and effective.
Tax Dead Lztter Or ri ex. At Waafeis--
ton. as we are Informed by aa kit resting
article la tbe November number of Sam at
Home, annually receive aa avenge of 13,080
letter perdlem. Brnifet; the seat year 36,086
went Into tbe depsrtavest of the bareaa des
tined to deal wftb the iriaalre ceatainCng
money, cbeqaes, or other valaablea. Tbey
enclosed, in ail, 1784 iol., aad W.OSOcon
Uk leg 130, dels, were rr4orrd to their
owner. Apast frea we msaey letter there
were 21,080 conUreiag bill of exeaaswe, Ac,
worth, 5,998,888 aoto. ; 4,M eealalatas; pho
tographs, Jewelry, etc., aad rT.OftO coaUlnlrtg
stamps and article ofataau vatae. Tetwlth
all thl, of tbe 88 mliHoB af paper, letters,
Ac. that annaallrj) throsgi the U. 8.
Mail, more than W per cent., go directly to
their mark sad of tbe 1 per ceeL, Mast fret to
tbe Dead Letter Oatce, the moot are" safcly
returned to their writers.
In 1808, the wboie aosHavra aaail last loft
Xew Tork wa carried oa oae saaa's hack te
a aasall boat that was row est aero thai
North River. Sow eight fcar-asre teaavs
are engaged in carrylDu tltaA ssatl te the three
ttata of csra that r laye Jeraoy cHy.
2fm York MmtOt JnmL 3
COMHrI0rlK wnt JaMSJL Aa ar.
rangwsieat ha basa eoUreaJ iato aetweeB
rheTrtoew Wsat latna IhmlMat Cen.
is. the raetfe, and the nrasjaa Bal)wt7 cai-
aanj, so cam a MiaiuiaaMauioa aetween
Jaa (ad franc, la lists asoa ,thaa
oars, itarxwttal taatstlk salpwa w
IUseafiaaMti faarworaa snsrhay
er ar alrasay trysac It, sa the sJawttsaM of
me troptcai neat 9y list roat isaasaau
laaae of son tw'aWk' wla) Qtanahaa
tbe Bd aaa rotna. naUla. iao
throngboat win aa, latppara tassaatfor
ward soo maaaa In lira aaa Mm laaa lii
tlaeaMHae, aad Ora staaaX ta ssassajas
ofstonire at Japan. Taatita on tsWrante
tataa n tan tart; Jroai Takaaian taaaa
fr-af wtonii; Z
twos Taiaaaam a laern fnwaiiii
Wa aaa taaatiiat taaeopyof Us rssMrtat'
Mr. Toad, ttafeas(1ain4eat OsOHaWb,
tn yaarlowT. Bnseea eaahMto tmaa
far m ananalorha reatai' tia aaaaiUaiat
tataa liiasam; aaa, rbiiintjii. tjnsbtaa
wnaai wnt a ilinaHaT aataa