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S GAZETTE.
HAWAIIAN
BOOK AND JOB
Every Wednesday Morhiaf,
AT 8.00 PER AKStfS.
MaUrrl ta FerrlRn SnbacHbrr at ft .,.
Owes Oa MerchMt rtreH; wwt'or
ha Post 0w, Ilonolala, H. I. ' '
Priotri aad t-abllsaed br J. Man Sntx. at th
OoT.raa.at rrtntinr iXof. to whom alt euimts
commnntcat'ot matt ba JJmrJ.
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT! !
THE "GAZETTE" OmCt
1 my prrpurd U extort all revlen for j
pyn m m mm
or xvekt mcEirnox.
VVITJl 2ATSXSS AXD DISPATCH
VOL. Y NO. 14.1
HONOLULU, "WEDNESDAY, APEIL 2l3 1869.
6.00 PER YEAR.
manaM-1
BUSINESS NOTICES.
rust ihtx. cnruT os.
BROVHV Jt CO..
IHPQKTrES & "WHOLESALE ItT'T.TKS
la Hm, Sfixiu, Air, Pa-trc. As, Jlnduol Si-,
X. C i-rTT.. . A. urxx.
CUAELA3IEL. .t CO..
UEPOSITSS AST) UEALEE5 IS "WISES,
SperHJ. AVrv ir N S. Jmu Strait, oprtaiu
uirra.atftreet. Hwtlh. IS-lr
c B. leveiis. J. c i-ics:sex.
LEnTKS A- DICKSOX
ttPOBIESS ACT DEALERS 15 ITXBES,
Aal all Uasls rt lteiVsar. UsterU-!, Fart Sirrrt,
llaaelalt.
a. c m rrmi. yi. d
POET ?KY5ICIAS, ASH STJEGEOS.
OSnul Fi.-.Wbc -AUric. lira," Frt sane,
IIlllC.
aoicv sjtccimr. n. u.,
PETSICIASASD STTEGEOS,
C&iaH.I.CkaM-BnUiac.rt5rrrC OSre
IwiK a-. ESs-at t Tea . -c. ud oista Tarrr ta
FrTr-c. iUiidiBt. oa Chap-an. Street, ll..eu
.Nssui ui Feet ftrxu. S-3ai
AI1YE5" & CEILLDrGWOHTH, !
rLAIVAIlIAK, HAWAII. I
THHk erettaa tar rrersl Merrae- od Sbifycag. :
VasiBi 1. .1 tbe aarnr wrt .Em. tWr my aretar- i
mal rack Air Kr .r. r rW
JOIEY T. Tr.VTKKHOrSK. ;
ECPOSTES ASK DEALEE DT GE5XEAL ' .
XEECEA5XISE. ,
S Que. Scrrt. BMc H. t. 3j
IV. L. GltEE.
GESEEAL CO JQCI SSI0SAGE5T & EEOEEE
OSr Ib Tfcr-irar BMUnrn SB Csrcs Strrrt.
Hmiafe. IL I.
c. s. srcxciK. b. xacrxKLAxa.
CHAS. A". SPECEIt CO..
GESESAL C03QOSSI0S XEECHASTS,
3Ic;OL.CS.Oi" .t JOID'SOX,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
10 rirt K . nenanirc rp.il T. C. Htata'a. ljt
C. E. AVILUA31S.
HASnTACTUEEE, DCOETEH. t UTAT.fTR
la rwKraf crerr awcriTQaa. Fatattarp Warv
Sxn an rftSlw,niOaj' Pkfia?h
CBiry Varkiba:Uco.'.suadaaHaui
SOrrt. -- rrt. iWrn Tr.-d tfx
1 irtaafc fnaarar .Kudu! ra. .lyt
V. B EAZVEXX.
BOOT ASD SHOE yyfTTi,
KVtt Strxt. ti1 1, tlx BliL Hiwhh.
31. X. DOXAELL.
CAEISET yTTTt ASS UPHOLSTEEES,
Ktaf Strfrt. Ilaualula, VrwV Cr iaop,
il) TOpytaiiet wwataaa Tarartara. flji
JOEX nCT. THOf. to&cssox.
XIBBEXS Jc SOKE3iSO.
SHIP CARESKTEBS St CAULSZSS
AtD.TcttrfcCo'$OIdSpa,
XIIEO. M. DAVIES,
fLuxJxMx.Gtu?CV
rjEPOBXES C0X3OSSI0S XESCHAST,
AxaABcrrraa
litp' a IirrT faarrariurt.
XrttHa aaa IXaivirm XinH laraaarr Oa. aaa
Xanana Imun Ckqur
IIY3IA3T BBOXIXEKS.
TJEFOSTEES ASD WHOLESALE DEALEES
Ia Fa-amilM. Ortafac Ho. CajW. Beott. Saora,
aaa mn rirt, of CraeVata'. FaraHaiaf 6ali.
SaOalat. S! trriujl iTfv. Hoartahi. .SO-lTt
J. S. WALCXK. a. c AUXX.
IVALKKK Jc ALLEX,
SHTPPISG & COEXISSIOS JgEBCHASTS,
M Qarm gcrrt. Hanotala. H. I. Qjt
A- I XOKBERX.
DEALEE IS LTJXBEB ASD ETEST ETSD
OF BCTLDDTG XATEEIAL.
H Omo Catacr Cam as fart tarra. ly
BOJULES Jc CO
yvrrp CHASDLEES ASD C03DOSSI05
XXSCHA5TS,
Cra S trrrt, llmalulL FanKaUr atwotac pail
ta tr naw aW safe of Ha vaaaa rroJaea.
- urixi it nxjasaos r
CLEiaU.-d.aOiv H BaMM t Co.
CSnrraCa, )C L Bicaud. a Ca,
J C VUfsu Xf, rCutlf (Ma Jt-lrS
IRA KICHARDS03.
EttPOSIEE & DEALEE EST 2 00 IS, SHOES,
Aaa daaUrawc'c lara&f&iBg Givxi. corarf Feet
Mt.1i n:l rit Slrrfti. Hraalala.
.ED)X JOSES.
GEOCEE. Ai'D SHIP CHA5DLZS,
Lalialna, Haal.
31scrT aaa Ercrdti farard tp 5td OS thr rt
M) tiTaraMr trrga.
CHOG HOOA".
rv 1..'.- Xertiaat aal Gtaerxl Ajtat,
lajvrtrt- of Tr, aa odwr CUmm aaa T-arrir
G.XU. mnifoir Dtrr ia Haaa&w iToiara, aa4
Anat tx-tiae Tub! aad AattxaSa fcar lliata
tta. Tirr-rnKE" Starr oa Xeaaaa Sarrt. Ww
Kiac. a-i?
AFOSG Jc AClirCK.
l?ortrrv. Vhelm'.t a- Ettail Seslen
la Canal Xercaaadua aat Caiaa Cwds. ta tar
FfcT-protf curroaNaBaaaSInrt. catar tar PciJic
ua.vnua
BariErfwttiarorJiwtLrber. '
ktBa, Keen. Sasaes. JBuxSs. SaSi. raiascrtc,
3S ataifiMrtaadcatarEriiaadr. Pl
F. A. SCHAEFER A; CO
C03E2LT5SI0K HEECHA3STS.
ST, Haaatarc !s. H. L p?
ED. E0FFSC3XAEGEE & C0
EEPOEXEES & COXISSX0SCZXCHA5TS
Bsoetate. Oaaa. H. I. Tj
THEODORE C HECCK,
2XF0SXE2 t: C0JOOSSI0S XESCR&5T.
lj Hcawhat. OaVa. H. L Pt
M. HACCFE1UD Ac CO
GEXEEAL COXXISSIOS AGESTS.
t-q Pawn Sowt. Hjppiala. H. I.
CH-IOCEY C BEAXETT,
DEALEE IS 3EWSPAFZSS, XA6A2TSES,
Aad PeruScaU. Fcrt ftratt. HwhOa.
(iij I
. r. rw! rg A. jazczz.
B. F. EBXEES 4c CO-.
DEALEES IS DST GOODS aTl GESESAL
XEECHA5DL5E,
nrTfcnaf Surrce Tort Ssrrrt. aSwre Odd Feanx
Bag.
XMt4
THE TOX XOOEE TAYEB5.
srr O'xirxx,
SI CaartCSiztailriSBt. (lp
BUSINESS NOTICES.
"IV3I. ItYXV
TTTBJrPIES STORE CHOICE GSOCERIES
OcnKr..Nwa8FUK-TgEa. rtMr
..,.-,..., . '
crrra-Dn.-r-.Tn
COMMISSION MES CHANTS,
HOXOLULr, II. I.
AGE.VTS Of tbr notion aunt Ilonolnlu
J'ArWcf Line.
ACEXT-Por I he Mm.krc, WallakB and
Il.na Plant.tlcm
AGEVTS FUr tbr PnrcixBK and ale of
lklanrt Prodncr J-ljS
j F. A. SC11AEFEK.
AGKXT for tnr BllOItX BOARD
of rxMKuxrmts.
Apt ix ta Tmsu ou rf r&amerv
1-4" .T.T
c r. ABXXS.
. wilses.
AI.4J1S fc WILDER,
AUCTIOX & C03HOSSI0S XEECHAKTS
C. B.VKTOIV.
AUCTIONEER,
Sftsm Qsvr SsrrK, dxir five K&a
sun Ssrvet. 1T-Ij4
II. -V. "VIIEI.1.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
1 & Mkx MX UT Ilcwr IlnBliMll 7t-T
,' 31. S. GK1ATI.VI."3I Jt CO..
, IHPOSIEES ASH 'WHOLESALE DEAIXSS
1. tt.vr CVOuap H.U. Caf. Boot. SIkws
fec 6nxS 5tcrr a MtXp-'t Wort, Qwre 5tn,
rTwhlr, H. X (Ift-lii
JOIIX II. PATT,
Sctsrr Pailit aad Coataussicaer of
Seedi
KaihaBaaa Snyft. Ha.
G. IV. .OKTO..
j COOPEH AND GAUGES,
At tie Sew Stssd cr tic Isplaaide.
H y jrrpmA h anral t.' at! vrrc is H &
astkcfiufMxttf ta CsKca Hoa-. iknktaa
W fffaaii a: mZ avkisc aws. Sc W on haad
ana 1.V - iV Cai aad Burvb of 3 enaS fisM,
. btw aaa .-. vaKa a tI! wit at tar tot L?ft
'3tJCtKal. AUavtaiat iaata.ncasiaar
aa4 aarraalrd to pre MlwfMtMa. AU toad. c
Owtxtiar Malwfaii aaJ IVoi fee ade. ls
F. II. Ar G. SEGCLKH.
ITS, ZTKC ASD COPPSS SUITES,
ASD SHEET IE OS 70SSEES,
' Saaaaa Srreei berwtta Herciaat t Qaee.
Hr NvaulT an haaa, StorM. Pj.
Taats Inm ruv. r&ua aaa Htv BibU.
fca Sl.-roeli. ladai KckW HM-halif.'t.
ad papecvaaaMe. jMOa-Tabs. aaa 1m a
titj la-jr of Tiaar of rrT 4K7ftKC
lT:jr anmm r1. to SaaWrt Orier
fitxataa odxrlduoa a I earrMrr amsard fcv
aut&i u tar Cutia. f Hoaoia aw! Sa
Islaab praKaUT tar Uboat UrsaacT lb
p. aitTrtrirt attrstMC to besoM, tBMru
tk an foe tar Jatsre. ST-lja
i JA3IES L, LEWIS.
i COOPEE AND GAUGEE.
j At ti.t OH Sai, etraer Ei-g- & Eetae! Sa.
A Lkrare S&xl; of OH flw tad All kii Cm-
fatreaajr tifa W aai arrtcCsn rora, aaaiar
awmtrsffitfiauii. ia
a. it. XII03IPSOA-.
GENERAL BLACESMITH,
Qaeea Street, Hcaalzla,
Has Mllulj oe hoi a tr ttk U the Lowrt
'-"trt Ptms. a aNrt c'tac Em ra
rlirlrca aaa tar Sm? BUwta f CW. SvljS
i Jxa. xorr.
i JOICV
SUl XTT.
3iOXX A: CO..
i COPPEE AND TIN SMITHS,
St, cae dcr abeve Hitaer'j.
rs la.Tr tc jaaina Ibr peauc taat tbrr arr rrr
an t; firai-k al) Uaai of Cnpfrr Wart as
ftaas Mrii Paas. srnam Wanas. faatps,
' rtc. Ahr m Mt afall at t TSa Warr
. aa r ftr nlr at tar laawt Xutrt Pncw.
All saaas of Kfirif Ajar vita "oUav aad
KTca. Onirf tma tbr rtao- Itataas afE bn:
ana roa anrabaa. Ib
IE. KYCItOFT,
HOUSE ASD SEEP PXTKEEE,
Eir.g St, two doors west of C&stle t Cocke's.
Bas M kui Bua-TaV, WatR-Ooirts. Wasb-Ba-I
rial, rK aaa le Fasint. Lrad aad 6alTaaiil
i Itaa Pipes, aad najalrr" Brv-wrk. Erirr tar
rolTltaabiTiatarertT.araillrxKatr aaorarrw-
tnistM t. aua m a aorxauciikr taaaar.
3IK. J. COSXA.
JxTrTELER AITD ZSGSATEE,
Tort Street, opposite Odd EeSows HaU,
Is jcrgaii lourratrwiUi fraptatA aD srt ia
bss tear ItsuM. saea a. Watra aad C3cct rrpu--aap.
U.'drtry.j: Jtmtirr ac Eagranap. la
GEORGE 1VIEEIA3IS.
IICZ5SZD SEIPPLXG- AGIST,
0ce ca Jaes Eaaiaioa 4 Co'i Viarl
Ccatiaae. tiir Varans aloa 4u st arttfaag
vita Cja aad Maxaiss 2KasrdiiaiT oa taetr faq
?ar ata&fxSca Harisr ao 4art or teevrcx caa
aortkaa wt4 aar oarAttasc rstahfasatarct. asd Sa
Sae M da ta t cuiiectrd ic axoe. ferbtfrata
pre as pwl ;iftB ia tar fitare as kr aas ia
tarpbt. la
EEVERE Ak HOUSE,
fBfjiljtat,.
"
THIS FAVORITE and trrli-knowTi
JL iahriat i. ix Bcanlc aaa
Traasarst Tissors.
Tar Ecs tar Xirtn aSjrls, cf rrerj Tarirtr, a
alnrt br prmin, aita coc.adun.
I B.-ard pre ari fX0ap SUITS. &oa Sain.
I -ai AK HffX. Fraariruc.
I H. TREMPEB,
Piano-Forte Maker & Tuner,
Has Ecturatd Arila.
ABccdrrskAattartRrStarrcf
X. S Co.. torsrrse Fort ui
s I
uotrt Nmu. cc at " c Jucarf.
farafearr J-vas. Hoed iarrt. tB
tarrt witi isardnat anraco. Hoc
BICKS03 tBOLSTEE,
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
Kint s trrrt, .car s-nann. '
Crahdag. Jiarbfes fari.
' .' '.L'll . mr u. l
v - . . 1 - . . .l
iat-.nl BoacAaadoatar asot rouataUc
VOLCANO HOUSE,
CEAXEE OP ETLAOEA. HAWALL
THIS ESTABLISHHESTH
JE aajratirtae rtcrrcwo tt Tisitan u .
, ue iMaao U3Bs.ao uy rctT en zacbag-ccoa-IjCtatAr
ras. a rood taUc, aad procsaC atasskiaaee.
i Erntnenca csdos lxtar Ccator atvaTscai baad.
SnXAH ASD STLPHC2 BATHS !
fSeraes Gzstzei cad SnHed if Decrtd. .
CHARGES REASONABLE.
ParTiBaEciaeToScaas Ta Etta, caa prcecrt
t B-rrat. varraxto! ta - J - ta 1avTT7fT bt JJu H.
j HTCTCTcr, Ea;. Xr-ljS
, EOREIGN NOTICES.
LEO IT. Mr.lTRS -V rs.
j QCPQ2TXSS AST) KAXTrFACTCEEES OF
I mure a axtbtkav ya.-B-ST.Tg,
( iUilA. Crate, iljoaawna. HMteim, Tivahs, ,
I TiTt ru-. is., it. s Mrt scwi re-
s. . iimug c. t mil.
SEV5SAXCE, CLASS 5: C0
COMMISSION MEECEANTS
ASD SHLPJETG AGESTS,
404 Proa: Si earner of Qiy, Saa Xrsariit.
's wsi uicii utbcuittf fcpeaad n tinJ.
c5LLU SvrSf.Ir
iBrftwu-
s. r. cu.
nrtrrr . i ii
"- I-"-,
& CO.,
xoawASBlSB ASD
, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Portland, Orrgnn.
1 n.Ticr i .mrtfrj i ccr tcwt Mit r.
! fldua a Strr. Sjmps Kk,
Pan. Ohcjtc. flf-. to airaatAe. CbDiUB9 e.
PiBr aaliakX fcr lh Orrpo XUrlt, l akt
Jviwu alMMl 1 b v- aaj cpoc vkh caa
aiTaacr. aiH be daS vba tvfcmL
urixxscxi
, CaiHr. IT Enx&t sa rnacim
JCXIfTTTHiCte
IS Itn
Baifyr ratrpcr.
Jaaws JUrK a Ob "
TToTfVTrnia k Cv ......
StrvM. lUlrr I O. "
AunaLrwv IxtliaJ
TaJdiTjKa.
Xxesara GiMa. lOri
E. 31. TAX REED.
nmHTVURCTn-K- WTBPmvm
Kn.p , Japan,
mnt!ijtKtttMuatanb2rtt3,cTO.1
fl
. wtaoCT, alsa dt.a2tli. It-ljl
"WTLLIAKS. BLAKCHAED & CO..
KTfrppTTO mwtstiAr vrrmrre
S05 Pnat Street, Saa Traacitcts. 16
IAHGLZY, CaOYTELL & CO :
WHOLESALE BEUGGISTS. !
. c -it - ' !
, Ccr.SiirT t CiXT Su, Starraaciseo.
AMERICAN EXCHANGE
EETOTZEJI..,
Suivmr Strata Svn Francltco,
ExtSEjrfTvc fcruito St. t UlWci 5trft
rTAVIXG BEE RECEXTLT HEX
XL crnac W bevtr TteniffL ta&fct h ih
HOTEL is tk Bn rettrtoly kex: it of-
feet trrrj faAacgarsi fx Boaw Mta aad the Frb-
T fWaU vfll la wwrT-?rr ctwK. rwt-r (
inttrT a aAri.t xvTd. ite Antficu rTrhtngV j
Paw- w-V T- T ,T w-nt . . ka lTV.u ..4
rr. cenrpT T-Mur ta tb Hrf tr. i
My
TUIOTUT SAX8EST, Irop'r.
SEEDS! SEEDS!
pbesh srppnr np
AXD TIIEE SEEDS,
UrttirrJ Xxttj 5:ar AX
CRASS & CLOVER SEEDS,
Of fcKikVf rarSrn ir tik m-n.!, canidEf
Xlte laret collection of Seed
To br txat ta Coast. Orir.tjUiIx-x-TraaTncsftlTatlrajrdulBtBartm.
Adtrca
GEO. f . STX, TESTER,
Srrd.mati,
s-iac at Wuiiapoa Strtrt. Sac Fmacixa. !
INSURANCE NOTICES. ,
.
3IERCIIAAXS 3ICXCAX. j
XAEDiTJ IKSUBASCE CO HP AST
Of San Francisco. j
THE ITXDERSIGXED ha-rlntr brrn I
apnaiatrd Aresti tx tar ab9rr OtrpasT .arr '
prrparrautMoriweMoci-armors, trmgnt
aad Trcaiurc.
WALEEE t STTT-V
1-iB Arrets. HoBOtslc
IIA31BITRGII BRE31EA
FLEE fXSUEASCE C0HPA5T.
THE rSDER?IC.ED tta-rlnr; brrn
aanaatrd Arrat. of tar airr Cnur. arr
prroarrd t iassre ris acatt Fire. o Stonr aad . passage, the wind almost failed us. and what
Brick BnlidLnps. aad ca Irrr bandlsr ! ,
fMcrd tarreis. oa ta EKt tsrorabir trrnu. rw httle there was bad hauled into such s quar
jj7 r?XicHAErrE cc. ' 83 cosspelkd us to brace sharp up, and
Insurance Notice.
rpHE AGE3TT FOR THE BRITISH
rd.irTcrsTrdntrorriou to rrdnir tar ntrsu
IkeiwWwi BKaiaaadPiKUiatarrrtc.
aadMajcraMTdtoara, rend-, ttr ioiS
ar?rrdiarrrtp5t-
itf uprt Era. rtr. Jta-. 11. c. Ltiu&).
r
IS
SO:
Sound Health to be Obtained at last !
;
Tie -STST to obtain Sound Health!
" j
"a ST-ctEAJSE thr Stomach &om
aa cdTeiTr aoccsataoons. -vaica i cstaar rra-
ner fnctiaBAl &msnaKt Trrj.rl I'm
and Ptrifj tar Kwd Srooiaa acrid aad correct
AWDor. aadTosaifiraCTrtt.rca26r thrrrrat-
HtKjtuof iicmm vakfa aOcsMusTaf ttr '
a REnEDT, irurrf t-x tHrtj yrar, npai-
racr. cayawr cc rctiar saca a craraasc aad m
fi tar past i
WntLrlUn O
TT-rtrvritui r DfDiri-n n nrr r r-
ILULI1BUL flBUIUOflLWi
TZSb FB30QS Mrdidae hu prorrd its Tatar ia Dts- (
,K. TI r i rt phtst i i-t c r , .
OAVrnZefhTir '
jrnrT-vT7V rLTrrc otEilj sprrv tiis- i
fLOOTaadoSaS u.r .
BaJXU jr lj Jji. j
Filliv&-;
S i. TE'fJOZ. '4f?rZif??l '
Asrf n.T a aafi rf Kr-J. T. WATEHnorl Hww
. r
a,adtT an Oiexasts aad 3ttmr TeaAzr ia ,
Tar aadsrsiitard ba. acwd a saea ia praise of
! WBELPToys SAFE VEGETABLE PILLS&am par-
tica aaa tare csrd thess, Ih,T ar caa ...a
taca vila fcrfret cscacraos.
' F JOES TH0XA5 'WAIE2H0BEE.
TJOIKS EAS.TER3T CODFISH,
pcrouuLAi. rcsaierr
1-1
BOLUS a CO.
CALIFOKJfIA TABLE FRCITS,
Asrocad acatta aad)Sxaa. rrulr
br na EOLLES a CXL
l-M cBBrciis paxest zisc PAxa x j
1 M Tar test article ca tac liad" irrprTtrd. For i
astr
BOLLESACa
A Vo-rn-re to the F(itl.
TXETK srXTEEX.
Wrini fee ta Gurtta.
! TbB fte!' oar 0 board.
: a wet. drizzficg one. aad the wind blowing
thoach quite pre pared to do S3. The mate
, toot the opportunitr to -wort-op Jim
i and rajrself, settiar ni8 to taratag the grind-
1 stone, for the orpenter, vai Jia to slnsh-
' in? aolrn topsasts. How we were
' sna3 oar shipaates, sneered at and
CrioneJ at bv the alJ black cook, and pass
i " T ia ominous silence by the captain
: oEcers-nd how we rared with lonc-
; ing ejes upon the pleasant shores of Rewa.
, a-ajn straTinsr br the banks of the beacti-
j fal river, beneath the jcrqyes of cocoancU,
: bread-frcitsndifi treei,iadulirici:.Resieaa-
1 lite, ia the romaa-Jc dreaias of the saperi-
I oritr of esjonaenl to tie bad in a -life of
I nitare," nntramiaeJled with thearti5cjal
stuff i; boriih dreams made of.
From the time the two deserters were
broarht on board, caul the ressel saild
wocn was tne next rJar bat one not a
canoe was seen near cs. while before, there
was scarceJj a minate during the dav that
there was not a dozen or more alongside,
trading oS their rams, fowls, hoes and
frait. An latf rdict had nndonbtedlr been
i
' T ,T. , , i"
Telf mterpreted to be on oar ac-
( connt. as a precantion arainst ocr attempt-
j. , .
a wuuo epe- nin a new, per-
P. f an? oat of any ,dea of at-
tempting to swim on shore a distance of
. oair a qsarter of a r-ile aboat desk, a
1 skart-hw5: Wtea with a piece of pork
oropped ore.- the stern. I was set to
! watch the Kne, and in a verr few ninnies
in less time than 1 codd swim a dozen
yar ,s a inoEstrous shark, of the mac
rater fcockeL creature
as at least twelre feet in Iensth. and as
....
ii aosocerea aoosi ana latny taaae tee
water boil, all the while snapping its lice
jaws and showing its rows of saw-like
teeth, it was a horrid object, aad consti
tuted a scSeient practical argument to de
ter me from attempting to swim on shore,
had I entertained the thoaght which I
bad Dot. Hanled cp afoegside. with its
head oat of water, three casket baHs were
vd in ssccessioa down its osea throat
aad then it vras bouted in on decked est
open. Id iu paench, cilod; oUier ci&U
ters, iras found tie ehH of a large turtle,
and the Itand jmd ivt if tH m nf
f. .
life.
j that some time after the creatare had been
! disemboweled, it bit fiercely at a stick of
! wood inserted between its jaws. After
catting off the head, for the purpose of
' preserving the teeth, and taking oat the
! liver to try it oat, for lamp oil, the carcass
was thrown overboard. It had hardlv
touched the water before there was a creat
: , splashing alongside, and in the moonlight,
two or three fins of sharks coald be seet.,
arcfipg aboat and making an evening meal,
caaaibal-Hke, off their late chnm. I don't
tbere as gold enough ever dag
that coald have tempted me at that mo
ment to have ventured overboard.
On the feHewin? moraicsr, the wind.
j though fight, was off shore, and fair for us
i to go through the break ia the reef, aad
i so we got under-weigh for the last time in
i FijiL Bat shortly after we had passed
; beyond the boiling, thundering breakers
that fine the entrance of the Xckclan
I standing along parallel with the reef, eo-
deavor to get an oEag. Things begaa to
look omiaous for the safetv of the vessel.
There was a heavy sweH from seaward,
..; , ,v- i r t.i.i.
stUD? 10 w coral reef, on which
jj-g 1; rose as high as ourlower-
masts. For every foot we wen: ahead.
ve went sideways two feet towards the
land. The captain evident! v saw and ap-
P"" toe danger, for his countenance
wore an expression of great anxiety. There
as no use in trying to aachor, for the wa-
ter was nmhsblr a fcendred falhnm i?wn
r was prooawy a ncnared uinoms deep
noderoar keeL Everr stitch of canvas
that would draw was Set, but Tet she
, . , , , ,.
Sim edged down towards the reef, and it
seemed as thoagh there was no hope for
her. A dead silence reigned fore and aft,
as aH anxiously watched the sails and pray
ed far the wind.
Let me here confess, that I was wicked
J . I L. . 7 i .1.
Mu ",UUUCM " Iook DPa
iffinendinir dpstmrlion of th ikI arith
Tage cocpcency. Aside from the
wretched maHce of the thoaght, the folly
of it was still worse, for should the vessel
trike, it w cot likely that a angle soul
. .,.
03 board would nave lived to tefl tne tale.
TTe were within about two hundred and
fifty yards of the reef, when the silence
was broken by the captain, as coolly and
ia as quiet a tone of voice as if ordering
to hoist the Snzg-jS) saying to the
mate, "Mr. HzrtweU, have the boats en
listed and lowered away, and we win try
aad tow her round on the other tack."
' The men worked silently, but with a will.
aad in a few minutes after the order was
I aooal AU Ok t a. tsA.laaUfcC9 aMaCj UsrC UUCl HI3
gireo, the two bcttU were fthead, and tbe
crew straining at their oars to pull the bng
around. Just then, the little wind we re-
vionsly had, died entirely away, and the
vessel, rising and falling on the heavy
swell, fell off in spite of the tugging or
the boats, aad she now pointed head oa
to the reef, which by this Ume, was
cit more than a hundred yards distant,
The thundering of the surf was almost
deafeninc I was stationed at the wheel,
and as I watched the compressed lips and
stern bearing of the captain, and the pallid
countenance of the mate as he stood on
the heel of the bowsprit, and ever aad
anon glanced anxiously up at the sails
mr sentiments as to the desirableness of
having the old Gotaiia go ashore, under-
went a considerable chanir. I becaa to
take ina realizaUon of the fact thatTif we
once struck anion? those terrible breakers,
all must inevitably be lost. My thoughts
went back to the home I had left, far off,
many thousand miles away. I doubt wheth
er I didn't feel worse than when, at Mali.
I was m clanger of being killed and eaten.
Suddenly, the mate, from the bows,
shouted in stentorian tones " Here it
comes! Hurrah 1 All a-back. forward V
It was the wind coming off from the land,
first in gentle airs, and then gradcally in
creasing to a good, four-knot breeze. VTe
were saved! The brig slowly swung round
with her head seaward, and as the wind
freshened, we soon cot a good oEng.
Hoisting in the boats, we steered away to
the eastward, under ail sail, for the open
sea, runnier throosrh the channel bitween
the Islands of Mbent-a and Kantsvu. At
sundown, we were ocrjosite the latter is!
and.withaspankingbreererightafU The
hirh blue mountains of Yiti Leva, under
the shadow of which by Rewa. with all
its charms as well as its abominations
were dimly discernible ia the distance, far
astern, while the sharp peaks of Kantavu".
oa oar left, were gilded with the rays of
the settisr sua. We had on board a
Tonga man. who had lived many years at
Iivouka and Mbau. among the chief fami
lies. Shortly before oar departure from
the islands, his favorite wife had died, and
he became discontented with the people
and the country. Expressing his desire to
see foreign countries, the captain received
him oa board for the home voyage, with
the understanding that he was to make
himself generally nsefcl. lie was tall and
stout over six feet high and coald make
himself sensibly felt on a rope. He was
rood humored, but at times, appeared to
be lost in melancholy reverie. Oa the
evening when the islands were slowly
fading from our sight amidst the waves,
Tonga, as we called him. leaned his brawny
arms over the vessel's rail, and with eyes
fixed on the fast disappearing land, he
chanted in low tones, and with a musical
voice, a mournful farewell to Yiti, while
the tears ran down his cheeks. Although
I did not shed tears myself, yet 1 felt sad
enough, and sympathized with Tonga, self
exiled though he was.
During the evening, when my tarn had
come to take the wheel again, the captain
came on deck, puffing his invariable cigar
he always kept a stock of Manila che
roots on hand and, after taking two or
three teres up and down the weather side
of the quarter-deck, exchanging now and
then a word with the mate, leaned over
the rail for a moment, and turning his head
partially round to where I stood, asked, in
a rather gruff tone "How does she head ?
Course, sir," I replied. Don't let her foil
off from that" "Aye, aye, sir." Then
taking a tern or two more up and down
the quarter-deck, he came and looked into
the binnacle where the compass was, and.
seeing that I had got the brig just oa the
exact point which had been ordered, he
turned, and standing just alongside of me,
said What an infernal fool you must be,
to Lave thought that yon could run away
from me at these islands. And wouldn't
I have bad a nice yarn to spin to your re
lations when I got home, if I had left you
out there among those savages. I should
never have beard the last of it- But I
want to know what were your reasons for
running away from me ? Didn't I always
treat you well, and try to learn you navi
gation and seamanship V This was the
longest speech I had ever heard from our
captain, who wa3 generally a man of very
few words, and what with my perturbation
in trying to ad words with winch to an
swer him, and my attempts to revolve the
wheel so as to keep the brig on her course,
she naturally got to yawing about. His
seaman's eye detected this in an instant,
and saying to me sternly, "Mind your
course there,' he went below. Just as four
bells struck, and I was aboat to be reliev
ed, he came on deck again, and stood in
the waist as I went forward on the lee
side. He called me to him. and gave me,
in a few words, as fatherly a lecture as one
might expect from a pater famxhxa, and
not from an old salt. It attached me to
him thenceforward, and I now remember
him he must be quite old sow with sin
cere regard.
The passage from Eewa to Manila, was
through tropical seas, unvexed by gales;
the Pacific here being truly dessrringcl
the came it bears. The wind blew steadi
ly tut gently, frcra the south-east a quar-
tcrlyorfree wind for uj and we were
wafted along pleasantly. Ocr course lay
among scattered groups of islands, with j
here and there an isolated one. It
was
not desirable to go too near any of these
islands, on account of the savage character
of the inhabitants, and as our boarding
nettings were stowed away below, and our
guns secured by lashings, wo would have
been incapable of making a defense against
a large force of the savage islanders. So
we kept our course out of sight of land,
thoogh frequently by varying a half a
point by compass, an hour's sailing would
have brought us close in with the land,
Once only during the passage did we ret
sight of land, and that was for the purpose
or pro vine the accuracy of the chronom-
eter. Heasant Island, as it is named on
' the charts, is a small, low island, densely
covered with cocoanuts and other tropical
tropical
trees, and cannot be seen until you get
within a few miles of it- The inhabitants
are said to be fierce and warlike. Find
ing the chronometer all right, we soon left
Pleasant Island astern.
Taking advantage of the fine weather
and smooth water, stages were rigged over
! tlle ioi ,he old bri? " scraped and
painted afresh. While this was going on.
all hands were kept at work, the afternoon
watch below being dispensed with. One af
ternoon, the wind as usual, rather light, dar
ing my "trick" at the wheel, 1 was the
only person on deck besides the cook,
everybody else, including the captain, being
on the stages outside, busily scraping and
painting.
Castinr tar eves around the
-
k. V. . .....
conxon, l ooserved a very liart-Iooting
j cloud I rising rapidly in the S. As I
watched its increasing size and blackness,
I suddenly saw it form two or three loni
tapers, descending down from the body of
the cloud, which was now fast approaching
the brig.
I had never seen a water-spout, but
from descriptions which I had read, I at
once concluded that I was now witnessing
the formation of one of these wonders of
nature, not very often seen except by those
who go down to the sea in ships. Should
one of these whirlwinds strike a ship, she
would doubtless be dismasted, if not cap
sized. Stepping to the side, I said "Captain
Waliis, I believe there 13 a water-spoat
forming to windward, and it appears to be
coming down apon us." He immediately
jumped on deck, and after one look in the
direction I indicated, he shouted lor all
hands to tumble in-board and stand by the
halyards and clew-lines. The jibs were
hauled dorrn and the light sails clewed np.
Fortunately, the water-spout passed clear
of us, but within thirty yards only, of our
stem. It was boiling and hissing cr
rather, the ocean was as the surcharged
cloud poured itself into the sea. At the
same time, a drenching shower of rain fell
within a radius of a quarter of a mile round
the spout. It used to be a favorite theory
with seafaring men, that the salt water as
cended, but my close observation of the
spout I have mentioned, convinced me that
it was rain water descending.
f To be continued.
Tee following clipping from the Oakland
Real Estate Cazttte, Is not only worthy of
perusal, but of remembrance and rejection.
An attention to its hints would save many
heavy lawyer's fees.
"All deeds, mortgages, contracts, or other
Instruments aceciing real estate should be
drawn with great care and accuracy. An er-
rjneus date, the omission of a word, or a
careless description of the property may, at
DO distant, asy, cause a ureal deal of trouble,
as well as a Urge bill of expenses. Very
many blackmail titles are based upon some
infumulity in conveyances, which, by care
ful nursing at the bands of those who make
a business of bleeding the timid, eventually
becomes a cloud upon title. Fortunately,
the statute of limitation cures many of thee
informalities. We are ltd to refer to Ibis
subject, from having recently had occasion
to examine a conveyance of a valuable piece
of property, of which the owner wished an
apprisa. The former owner, having pnr-cbx-ed
and sold several pieces of property,
and being able to write a decent band, con
sidered himself as ou Jait In conveyancing,
and was satisfied that, with the use of a
printed blank. be could draw a deed as well
as a lawyer, and save that five dollars.' Tet
be so signally failed to describe tbe properly,
that a surveyor was unable to tell in which
oart of the city It was located. Another
deed, which passed through our hands not
long ago, described completely a piece of
rmrtiv4r A i.ta-lt nrm.r . mil. Smm ,Siu nn. In.
propertv distant over a mile from tbe one in
tended to be conveyed. Another conveyed
lot No. five In Oakland no number of block
being given, or other description. Some
times, descriptions by metes and bounds
crosses a street or fails to enclose the property-
Such outrageous carelessness Is per
fectly Inexcusable. Tet those whose busi
ness It is to examine real estate conveyances
will tell you that such instances are by no
means uncommon. Accuracy in conveyance
becomes a question of title, upon which all
agree that none but an attorney or searcher
of records should pass. For this reason,
deeds or other Instrument afiveting real es
tate, should be drawn only by those experi
enced In tbe business of conveyancing.
Upon the execution of a deed. It should be
immediately filed for record In the office of
the County Recorder. It Is also well to pre
serve carelally aH old deeds, mortage, tax;
receipts or other paper relating to any prop
erty, aa a safe guard, In case of accident to
the records."
Logic. A man who was np to a thing or
two, once offered to bet that be could prove
that this side of tbe river wa the other tide.
Bit challenge u accepted, and a bet of 110
made; when, pointing to the opposite shore
of tbe rirer, be shrewdly asked:
" Is cot that one side of the river!"
" Yes." wa the immediate answer.
"Agreed," said the man; "and Is not til
tbe other sider
" Tea," said tbe other.
"Then," said the man, "par me tbe flO.
for by your own confession I have proved
that this side of the river a tbe other.'
The dumb-founded antagonist, overcome
by the profound logic, ismediatdy paid the
money.
Ms. Colfax, ou rvslctilrgthe Speakership
j of the ReprestauLves, addressed the, House
' as follows :
The rortlnr word amount friends about
1 to separate Is always a regretful one; but the
larencil wmcn iskcs me irura uu nan, m
which so many jesrs hste been spent, ex
cite In me emotions which tt would be use
let to attempt to conceal. The fourteen
rears daring which I have been associated
with the Representative of the people here,
hare been full 01 cTcotful legislation and
exciting Issues; of crave qnettloci and de
cision vitally street! nz the entire Republic
AU this, with the sccompsujlng scenes which
so often produced In this arena of debate tho
a snath of feeling of our antacoolzlni; con
stituents, have passed Into the domalu of
hlstorr. I but refer to them to express the
Joy which Is apparent? sbtred by the mas
of our countrymen, that the storm-cloud of
war which so lone darkened our national
welfare has patted away, lea-lng our Imper
iled Union saved, and that by decree of the
' "ftVnf.'bDt enrotUghOUt
i But 1 can not leave you wltbont one word
! &!3t
! With our rolllurr power, almost unlimited
'Jll "nSl
and the welcome at onr gates to the op
pressed of other lands -.our vast scrlcnltnral,
mechanical, manufacturing and mineral ca.
I picnics; our Irontage on two crest oceans;
our almost completed Pacific Railroad, unit
I Inir those opposite shore, and becoming the
highway of uatlons the United State com-
' ...... .4 ... . ... .......... I. . tM.,M nf h.
"world which Insures tb maintenance of ill
Its nstlonil tights and the security of all Its
citizens from Injustice and oppression abroad.
Kor Is this alt. The triumphaut pro-cress
of free lusiltutlons here has bad Its potential
Inflneuce beyond tho sea. The Hunt of th
people to govern, based on the principle that
all -ruvcrnments derive tbelr Just powers
from the consent of the governed. Is every
where advancing, not with slow and meas
ured tread, but with a rapidity that, within
a few years, has been so slirnally Illustrated
In Great Britain. Spain, Italy. Prussia, Hun
gary, and other lauds. May we not all hope
that, by the moral but powerful force of our
example, the fetters may everywhere be
broken, and some of us live to see the happy
era when tvrauur and slavery shall be no
' more knowu In the world from the rivers to
V- 1. ..f n ..
( LUL lllUI u, ,UvT V.ltU.
: t en not cmm that In the share I have
! J-g & the ber "d lXll
have always done that which was the wisest
and best In nord and act, for none Is Infalli
ble; but that I have striven to perform faith
folly every doty, and been devoted to the
prindp.es"! have deemed correct, and that
the honor ana glory oi our country nave
always been paramount and above arty ties,
I can conscientiously assert. That 1 have
, sought to mltisatc rather than Intensify the
asperities which the collusions of opposing
! parties so often evoke, most be left to my
, fellow members to verify. In the responsible
dntics or the psst six years, I have endeav
ored to administer your Isws, bothln letter
and spirit, with impartiality, uninnueneeti ny
political associations or antagonisms. I may
be pardoned the expressioo of gratification
that while no decision of mine has been re
Tersed, there litis bevn no appeal ever decided
by a strict party vote. If. In the quickness
With which the presidium officer Is often com
peiled to rule, hour after hour, on parlia
mentary points, and in the performance of
his duty to protect all members Id their rights,
and advance the progress of public business
by preserving order, any word has fallen
from my lips that Justly wounded any one, I
withdraw it unreservedly.
I leave this Hall with no feelings of uo
klndness towards any member with whom I
have been associated in all the years of the
past, hoping earnestly that I have tried to
practice thatpesson of life which commands ca
to write our enmities on sand, but engrave
our friendships on granite.
The last word can not longer be delayed.
1 bid farewell to a faithful, confiding con
stituency, whose affectionate regard has
sustained and encompassed me through all
the years of my public life. Fsrewell, this
Hall, which, in lis excitement and restless
activity, so often seems to represent the
throbbtngs and intense feelings of the na
tional heart; and finally, fellow members
and friends, with sincere gratitude for the
generous support you have always given me
in the difficult and often romplex dntles of
tbiscbsir; with the warmest wishes for your
health, happiness and prosperity one and
all I bid you farewell. Great applause.
Aetipicial Sprit axd its uses is Medi
cine. An English paper says: Everybody
must have seen, and most people mnstiiave
used, a little toy that was exhibited a few
years ago In the shops of druggists and per
turners, under the name of the Perfume Vap
orizer. It consisted of two glass tubes, set
I at right angles, and with the fine orifice of
one reaching partly over ttiu rat tier wider ori
fice of the other. By placing the latter ver
I tlcally In a bottle of scent, and by blowing
j pretty strongly throngh the former, which
- would then be horizontal, two effects were
produced the verllcle tube was first ezhaus-
. ted of its air, and then the liquid in the bot-
tie, as It rose to fill the vaccnni, wis broken
br tbe breath current Into a cloud of fine
spray, and diffused In the atmosphere. If
tbe band or face ere so placed as to receive
the stream of spray, a sensation of refreshing
coolness was produced by Its contact and lta
speedy evaporizatIou,but the llqold was so
finely divided or pulverized that tbe quanti
ty deposited wonld be scarcely enough to
wet tbe skin
This method of dispersing liquids was
soon found to be of much use In medical
cractice: and one of its early tDpIIcatlons
, was Dr. Richardson's employment of either
' spray as a means of rapidly freezing tbe (kin
I for the purpose of producing insensibility to
! pain in surgical operations. In order to
I keep up a continuous supply, a small bahd-
bellows of .India-rubber was used as the
: source of the current, and tbe tubes them
selves were variously modified In order to
I fulfil Tarious requirements. Among other
I ,mninr4 mdalihumi hpn,iiiiii-Miii
applications tne spray lias now Been largely
, of applying lotions to the eyes, nostrils,
, montnand throat. Its advantage being that
... ..... . ' . " .
lis nne aivision insures us penecr contact
with tbe whole of tbe diseased surface, and
that it Is carried by tbe air to parts not ac
cessible by ordinary means. The intricate car
Pies of the nose and the part of the throat
that are below those reached by a gargle,
andperfectlr exbosed to a current of spray,
and spray has even been used as a means of
Introducing remedies directly into tbe lung
themselves. The benefit of this Is, however,
at present questionable; and It is for tbe
throat, above ill other parts, that spray la
especially valuable.
The ordinary gargle Is not only disgusting
and comparatively Inefficient, but It is In
some case positively Injurious, becaase 4b
effort of using it exert and disturbs an In
flamed part. The spray, on the other band,
only require the patient to open bis ausB.
Tbe palate I in a great degree saved from
the contact of tbe remedy ; and the abt-ttate
quantity deposited on tbe surface U 10 tmtil
that thu may be of a higher degree of con
cent ration and power than weald he pos
sible with any llqold that wa to be fakes la
bulk Into the mouth, 'me mj-jenaMyotwr-
geoa and of -aecfaafilcan dm bees wusHy
exercised In contriving Improved and lesx
penslre Instruments for tfiaprodactlOB of
spray; aad Is Use ieUreaU of Use )rjf-e-tlon
of tbe public who suffer frosa occasion
al ion throat, we bops nvtMnei' eases
the bominatioa.of the gtrglev if comblaed
hastiness and leefBcleney, wHl shortly be
only known a tntlUion of lira past.
Madbid, Hsrea 38.-Tbe Oard XoMe ka
been organized io Andalusia to enforce the
conscription aad collection of taxe.
Pik, March 33. Gen. Almonte, femtrly
a Mexican GesenJ, is dsad. r

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