Every Wednesday Morning,
AT J30 PER ANXTJM.
Xallrd to Foreign Subserrbera at T.(K.
Omcs On Merchant street, west of
ho Post Ofice, Ilonolnla, H. I.
BOOK AND JOB
THE GAJXTTE OITlCr
I now jrrrd to uercte til criert fr
Fll Ml fflCY PaiME.
Or EVERT BEfCJtllTIOX.
TITH SEATSESS AXD DISPATCH
VOL. Y NO. 19.1
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1869.
$6.00 PER YEAE.
I Prlntsd ami paMbhrd by J. Mm Jarnt, at the
, Government Printing 0c, to whom Ul business
1 c-ommimicatiocs must be adirrs,e4.
BUSINESS NOTICES. '
jl)ILLINGUA:tT & CO..
IKPOETEES & DEALERS IK HARDWAEE,
Co lien-, Tk? Cool. Patau uj OiK ani General
SlMx5na. N SS, Kiac Street. Hooxtttlo- fli-ly
i-saxc owtc. csnrstT owx.
HROtVN" & CO..
XKPOETZES & WHQIXSALS DEALERS
In Wines, Spiriti. Ale, Porta-, It-, Mere sat Si-,
V. C. CEALLAXIX. X. a. iixxr,
CHALLAJIEL A: CO..
HEPOETXES AJTD DEALERS 15 WIS 13,
Spirits. Ales, It-. Xo. R, Smumn Street, narosile
Mrrtbaat Street, Honolala, lS-ly
C B. LEWESS. J. O. SICESOX.
leyvers fc dicksos.
rKPOETERS AJTD DEALERS IN LTTH3ER,
AM nil Unds of Bcfldinr Materials, Tort Street,
A- C. BtTFFEJI, 31. I.,
PORT PHYSICIAN, AND STOGEOJT.
OSre and rsMetice AVdrich How,'" Fart Street,
JOHN S-JIcCRETV. XI. I.,
PHTSICIAK AND STJEGEON,
os tn n l. a" r)m-. rort street, osc
hoars, frasa Irbt to Tn i x-aad from Three to 1
Five r w. Eesideiiee i..; Chaidsin Street, between '
Xenann and Fort Streets. -3tn
ALLEK & CHTLLTHGWORTH; ;
inn eobiiBM tW Gwril Mfrciiw3ie moj 5t!fTlnc
twBf mt iW abtw jo. u -where rLx ar irfjar-
tor, mad forh c4br Imijt as &re rrqnlrrd bj ;
'vhikgfeifrt. t :W bcct?t XKtfice and on the not j
n nii tIttt FirtoJ avl-ray cm hatL -1t5 j
JOHN X. WATEUnOl'SK,
EKP0RTE3 AJTD DEALER IN GEKERAL
3EE CHASE ISE,
S Qaren f tTMt, Ileooicln. H. I. lrl
IV. I GREEX.
GESERAL CO JCaSSIOK AGEKT & EROEER
02tf in Tln-vcaot BcMinr n Oneen 5lrwL
llaMlsle. IL I
C 3. SrCSCZR. H. KiCriELXSE.
CflVS. X. SPEXCER Ar CO.,
GESERAL C0J3OSSI0K 2JERCHAJTTS,
Zi dorm Sim!, Ilonolnls. IL L ri,4 1
MoCOI5.JV ,V: JOIIASOX.
MERCHANT TAILORS, J
10 Fort St.. nosolsls, rpporitT C Hrnck'i. Irl
C. E. IflLLLUIS, ,
KAJrCTACTirRER, ESCPORTER & DEALER
In rnmitare of my dweriptkm. Fsrnitcr 'Ware.
EXKKn oc Fort Street, crKisitGBiaw' i'brtrpifh
G.Merr. Vrt&Lpa:XaeoM ffUnoa llotel
Sifvt.sarFort. Onlrr frvm tb Mhrr
41 SUnA raxaf tlr attendej to. Iy5
BOOT AKD SHOE vTr,
41? Kine Surrt. xt to tb Ertlxt Haxstnln. H.T5
31. X. 0ELI
CABHTET TfAint AKD UPHOLSTERER,
Kisf Sut, Honalnla, (TT"aite Ivif Cocpw Siiop. j
4i; Win twx mxi rdi woooi-hmJ FcraiUHT. fl?
J0H3I TIEItTS. THOS. S0EE5S0.
XIKBirrS ,V SOItEASO.-V.
SHIP CAEPEKTESS & CAULKERS ;
jg At D. Eotttr & Co' Old Stiii, !
Netf xb XloXMSnln Iran Work. lji
XII EO. II. DATXES.
;Lxi Jjlsoos. Guo Co '
IJCPORTER & COHXISSIOK 2CESCEA5T,
ITS A617T m
Bntin nnd Fereipi Mviw lawnnce Ox. mad
IMPORTERS AKD 'WHOLESALE DEALERS
In risUenMe CMninc Tim. dps, Booti, Sbors
nnd mrr xritj fff Ontlesnea't FnmUMTie Gi
novBnOdinp MtrchnntStTKt, Hoialcltt- (W-lfS
3. t. IT ALECK. R- C A LI-EX.
1VAX.KER .V; ALLEX.
EHLPPLKG & C02OHSSI0K XERCHAKTS,
19 Hotn Strrti, Hoonlnln. IL I. T1t
E. E. TORBERT,
DEALER IX LTJUBER AKD EVERT EESD
OP EXrLLDIKG vn-t!TT..
IS Oma Corner Qnen nai Fcrt ttrrftt. 1t
HO LEES A; CO..
SHIP CHAKDLERS AKD COTfyiSSIOK
Qnn Stmt, Hoolnls. rarticnUr arteatko paid
to liit pcrcnaw and atc of Hawaiian Prodoce.
urU kt nixivMox ro
-C L EicbirJi 1 Cta, jH HacifcldaOo,
CErrrrrl O, (C I. Kktardi a Oo,
DCtVatmanIi, ICaiUe a CoAfc P-lyi
LKPORTEE & DEALER IK ROOTS, SHOES,
And GnUtan' r&mi-'binp Good corner of Fort
and Mrrchast StrrrU. HonoIcJu. MyS
GEOCES ASH SHIP CHASBLEE,
L.atialna, 1 u i.
Mkwj and Kfcrcit, fornibJ to Shipa cm tie jnort
J( faTpraM tonna. Py
fo ninim Henixat nd Gtaenl Agrt,
Imrorter cf Toa and caber Chinese and Fareirn
Gonit, WDeaalf Dealer in Hawaiian Prndnee. and
Arret ftr the Pacfcaa tai JwHTmln Scrar riaata
tiooa. Tin-mat Store cn SGcaan Street, below
AOFOSG A: AC1IECK.
Ispertert, "Ktelwilc tsi Retail Deilen
In General Merchra?e mU Qdna Gooda, in the
JV-prot Store on Xnaann S- reeJ, under the PcUic
GEORGE G. HOWE,
Dealer in Redwood rd KoKitrettLiT.
ninrea, Iteora, Saihea. Rlrl, SaOa, Faista, etc,
3cj at hjjoMataodon tie Eqdanade. lyl
K. A. SCHAEFER A: CO.,
noDOlnln. Oaks, IL I.
ED. HOFPSCHLAEGEE & CO.,
IMPORTERS & CO JQdSSIOK KEECHAKTS
4" HoBolids Oakn, H. L Py
THEODORE C HECCK,
IMPORTER t C0XJOSS10S KERCHAKT.
iJtl Haaslnln. Oabn. IL L fly
II. HACKFELfi ic CO.,
GEKERAL COHHISSIOK AGE5TS.
fJ Oneen Street, Hopolcln, n. I. ?F
CILVEACEY C KE.VETT,
DEALER IK SEWSPAPERS, 3CAGAZEKES,
And PeriodieaU, Fart Street, Hattolcln. pMy
. T. rELEJU- A. JArCE-
. f. EHLERS & CO.,
DEALERS IK DRY GOODS AKD GEKERAL
Fireproof Etara on Fort Street, abort Odd FelVm
D. H. HTXCHCOCX,
11 HBa, Hawaii. n?
A. S. CEEGHOIEV,
"WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALER
In Mritwandw. Ftre-Jweaf Stare, eorner of Qaeen
and Kaancsaaan Strreta. Eeral aVtaUsnmettU. on
Xcnaan Street, and on the ccrser d Fort and Ilatei
HOUSE AKD SIGK PAIKTER.
Kter Stmt. Wtween isfia"a Market, and Caar
Tarter tbetv H-ly
fpnyi, rscx. K. A. r. CAAtXX.
C. BREWER A: CO..
HOXOLCLC, II. I.
AGE.YTS Or tbe Boaton and Itonainln
AGENTS For the JIal.ee, 'Walluktt and
AGEVTS For trie Pnrrhaae and Sale of
Ittand Froduce. S-ly&
K. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT for tbe B REM EX HOARD
f CXBESW rOTEKS.
Arent fcr tbe Preaden Board of Underwriter,
A cent f.c the Tienca Board of ITaderwTitera.
e. r. ASJtas. s. e. wildee.
AD.UIS A; WILDER.
AUCTIOK 4 COHJOSSIOK MEECHAKTS
Cneen Street, Hoooinhi. IL I. Ijl
C. S. BARTOW,
AU CTION EER,
Sftlrcroom on Qr2n Street, ooe door from Kvx.d
II. A- WIDETIA:V.
Sj 'tSce at tbe Interior lypartmeat. Pyt
31. S. GRISBAOt Jfc CO..
EXPORTERS AKD "WHOLESALE DEALERS
la Fasbioafbte OotbinA Hata. Caps, Boots. Sboes
. - 4 . n... n. r,r.T,S.
rar Goods. Sure in il sire's Block, Qxren Street, '
Uoneicln, 11. I- .'O-lya
TURKPIEE STORE CHOICE GROCERIES
Oorser of Nncarn X Fanoa TaSey Itoads.
JOIIA II. PATV,
Kotarr Pablic asi Consutticztr of Deeds
Tor tbe Stale of California. OSre at tbe Bank of
Bisbop a Oa Kaabnaunn Street, nonolclo. -1t5
G. W. SORTOX
COOPER AND GATJGER,
At the Kev Sud o tie Esplaaade.
He Is prepared to attend to all work in bis line i
at tbe Sbp next tp tbe d)lni How, wbrrebecan
be fcad at all workup iKivrs. He bas on basd '
and for sale. Oil Casks and Barrels of siifierent sizes,
new and old, winch he will eell at tbe Tfry Lowest
Markets tea- All work dose is a tbcroerb manner
and warranted to fire satisfaction. All kindt of
Oroperinr Slaleriais and Tools fw stale. lSn
F. II. At G. SEGEEKEX.
US, ZIK C AND COPPER SMITHS,
AKD SHEET TR0K "WORSERS,
Kaaaaa Street, bertreea Kerchast & Qceea.
Hare r.-tastantlr on Laai, Store. Pipe, Gal
raaizrd Iron lire. Plain and Hose Bibbs-
:.CvX"ks. Indu BoM-er Hos Iwst3-t4r.
j, in lnrth of i and do feet, with eocpUncs
k-T-N and wre c.raoiete. Batb-Tnbs. and also a
very larre stock of Tinware of every description.
Partjcalir attentkm civen to Ship-Wort. Orders
frora tbe t43r Islands will be carefally attended to.
Tbaakfal to the CStizeos of Honolnln and tbe
Islands cenerally fx tbtir liberal patronar in tbe
past, we bope by strict attention to bnsiaes to merit
the same f.r the fatnre. S7ly5
J.UIES L. LEWIS,
COOPER AND GATJGER,
At the Old Stard, eoraer Eirsr; & Bethel St.
A Larre Stock of Oil Shook, and all kinds of Cocp
rrinc Materials cjastantly on haad. He hopes by
attention to be to xnrrit a continnance of the
patronare which he has heretofore erored, and f.T
which he nnrrrrcrns his thanks. lm
a. II. THOMPSOX,
Qseea Street, Eoaolalti,
Has coastaatir on hand and fr sale et tbe Lowest
Market Priors, a good assortment the Best Sned
Bar Iran, and tbe Best Blacksmith a CoaL SS-lyS
JOIEV JOTT A CO..
COPPER AND TIN S2IITHS,
TtnliTirini; St, ore door abeve Flitner'f,
Bej; kaTe tc- iniwrzs the pcbiaif that tber are yrt
pared t fcTBih all kiii Ctofper Trt, even as
StiU, Strike 1as, Scrpfaoai Paa, AVtmat. Pncxtan.
etc jUo fD haird. a fnlf afdwrti&ent .r Tin U Are
vrhkb ve ctfer far Mle at the Iwet Market Prirea.
AU kiadf cf Eertainap i3coe -with 'eataf and
Xiftk. OrtlpTT frem the ether UaaSs wiB zneet
with rirt-mr-t atlentioa. 2Cm
K. It VC II O FT.
HOUSE A5D SHE? TLTJKBZS,
T"tr r&ro doers Test of Cstle & Coote's.
Ha tm hacd, Eath-Tnba, TTateiM3ofeti, Wah-IU-ficw,
FvCte and Lift Pctnr. ld and Galraiaixed
Iroo Pipe, asd Plniai'-prf Brnrlu. CHrp the
ocir Rcmbwin tbt?citT,be will execele all crdtrf rn
trasted to hixa in a m-jrhmaBlite mumer. p-Jm
MR. a. COSXA,
rort Stmt, opposite Odd cllo'srs, Hall,
If prepared to execute Tith prwnpte. all wtrk la
bit line cf basiiMss, rath as VTatdi aad dock repair
jag. Man sting JeweliT aad Eagrann, ldn
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
Ofice or Janes Boizsos & Co's 'Wzarl
Contiscef the t-Cfioess co hi old plan of aettiinf:
wiih taScert and eeatisva iatnediatelj cm their ehip
Ttrnp fci luf cwSce. Baric do dirrrtcr Indirect eo
Bectira witl. xar celt t tin p eftiWifhnerit. acd alkrw
ine fto5lyUtvbe cwOected Is hi cSre. he bcp to
-ire a -rod catl&Sactioxi is the fatcre as be baa to
THIS FAVORITE mxtd -well-knovrn
EataLSjshinent is vsrs open tx Boarders aad
Tbe Best the Market affords, cf every Tariety, win
alwara be rrcridrf, with pod attendance.
Board ptr week $6.00 np ataira. f4.00 down stairs.
SL3m AH HON. Proprietor.
Piano-Forte Jfaker & Tuner,
IXaa Beturnesl A pain.
All orders left at tbe Bmr Store cf
I. sf-mirfaAOa-coraerof Fort aad
lttl Streets, or at Win. Flsrher'a
FnrEitare Booms, Hotel Street, we!
zneet with bnsmhate art ration. tnc
DICKSON A BOLSTER,
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
K'"! S treat, near Snnann.
r, :-t .l : r.nx.. r.li.;.'.
'n 1 - . - , - Hv.td n. til.
rageyf. mifcf. -
itbartast actfc, and on tbe snot reasonable
LXCS a. WTTTAS. j iar, 3C. BXOCX
LEO R. MEYERS A, CO.,
EXPORTERS AKD 3IAKUTACTURERS OP
ITALIAK i AXERICAK HARBLES,
lanteU, Grate. Moannenta nead$toaes Tombs,
TraantaDd, Korean and Ootrater T-v. Billiard Bed.
Fire Bricks. Piaster, it. Ac. SO0 Market Street, op
porite OatboKe Cbnrcn, San Franciaco, Cal -fliCjuc
a. w. irrrxATrx-
SEVER AKCE, CLARE & CO.,
AKD SHTJPIKG AGEKTS,
405 Frort St. eoraer ct Clay, Sa rraaciico.
TTe ifl attewd to tbe tale cf Scrar and all kinds
of Island Fmdore, also to tbe pnrcbAsinf: and for.
wardiac of Alercbandise. Caan -Idranrea xnade on
S. r . CaL
M'CSAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
IITtt,c Wfx. eiidTrd in cur prrnt bncinm Is?
ryri$ mi rtirr ttat. Jovd btriiu; located In Htt
proef Erirk; EoMiax. we an prrpurd to rvceiTv and
4iT-V4trifhutwsl Suptturncha ccv. S-mps Kkt.
tk, Ooffrr, elc, Xo aJMtiv. OMiffcxiiDestf tr.
jvctskllj MiicHrd fr the Orr-gun Mtrktt, t vbkb,
rmBtJ K;tktt will l? aad npoB which cash
a-raarr V tfl be nude when rrqturrd.
J C Merrill a Co.
IVr-d Ikrn ...
E4fr a l-xirTitcrpr
JE rvrrvk k Co
VTrn T Ooiua On.
StTOlA, IUVt a Go.
E. 31. TA irEKI,
riMixB with ,v.. .v . .i..
years, is prepan-a to tranwt any bDsiaesa entrusted , IaRGO Co's Express, with bill to collect on
to his care, with dispatch. 17-lj4 ' delivery, and five tbe parchaser the f.rivUrjc
" pto examine the Watch before pay inc. AU Ex-
a. a. wTTiiiv-, e. r. xiAxcaaxs, c a. xatsxr. press charges, however, to be paid by the pnr
WTTTTAMQ TJT ilCPIT AT)T X. nn htftr. Bntif theamannt of tiepriceof the
WlLI,lAjai. BliAACHARD & CO.. j Watch U remitted tons with the order, we will
SHIPPKG & C0JOOSSI0K KEECHAKTS, i P"PJ the Express charfes to San Erancireo
i onrselvcs. Xn rendin-; raenev drafts on Wells,
4c 305 Treat Street, Sas Francisco, to Parjro Jt Co. are preferred.
I We wish it distisetlv nnderstood that these
LA2TGLEY, CR0WELL & CO., ! 1 the very best, with all the latest
improvements, and that they art in perfect
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, rntm'u-I- order, and if any one does not per
M. 1 form well, we will exchanre it, or refund the
g. Cer. Battery & Clay S ts. Saa Frascisco. Cat , money.
231 0 TEL,
San some Strret, San Francisco.
(Exteadicg froa Sacraaesto t. to UaSeek Street,
HAVTSG DEEX RECENTLY REX.
mated and nevlj Furnished, make u the
ntoaat quiet, ecpaaaiical aad cvCaSartable FAMILY
HOTEL Is tbe State. Brfop eec trail t legated. It rf
fers ererr indacetaest fjr Iafinen Meo aad the Pub
Tbe Tables wfll be connantlj ffcrplird with ererr
lcxtrr the saatket affords. Tbe JLaerkao Exchanp
Coach, vitb Ked LLcMs, -win le at the AVharres and
IVj--ts. to cosTej retssenrer to tbe Hotel free.
Mj TIMOTUT 5 ABO EXT. Prey'r.
FRESH SCFFI.1ES OF
GARDEN, PL0WER, FRUIT
AXD TREE SEEDS,
EeoeiTed br Ererr S; earner Also
CRASS & CLOVER SEEDS,
Of stdtable Tarieties fx this Qimate, comprisiac
The Inrpct collection oT Seeds;
To be fjend cai this Coast. Orders by Mail or Ex
press promptly attended to ia their ram. Address
GEO. F. SVl.VESTF.rt,
54ac 317 Washington Street, Saa Frandsco. '
BOAKT) OF U5DEKWE1TESS.
rTHE UXTJERS1GXED naming been
JL arfkoialed Areatt . tbe Ma FrxB?i?co Coaxd
of CDdfrritrrs, encprisia the
CdallTornla Insurance- Company,
tr ...- . msr a v - -
.'....-..,ios,lll, ThUFanou. Medicine ha, proTediu value In Ks
PaclBc Insurance Company, I eases of the HFAD. C1IKST. BOWCLS, LIVER, and
California Lloyd's, and BIGESTlTEOROASS.li.IDMTrs.de. Alalia
v. .worn., awoyn a, ana rjIECMATISM, CLCERS. Sor.ES. and SKIS DIS-
Ilomeyinlnal Insurance Company. EaSES-iI being: A DIBLCT ITEIFTEK OF THE
Eej: leave t infra Maatrs ct Vessels and the pnb- ' BLOOD awl other Sasds tie hnman lolj.
be rrorrallr. Oat all Vewrf. and Carri-ea. iasared ; Ae lUviWU ofrca cmv bf Jprala.
bv either .if lie above Ciaapanles apainst perils cf '
tbe soasaad oibtrriiks, at or near the Sandwich i FTeparedand s-4d, wlCele and retail, u lules.
isuaos wm nave w M verjnwl by thetc.
H IUCKFELD I Ca
INSURANCE COMPANY. I The nndersizned has hrd so mnch in praise of
THP rvnritsirvrn .r-r-v-rc , ! VdlELtTO-V? SAFK Tj LIABLE PILL-frtsa p,r
.? irJ? S Z -iGEckTs,of tiesarbo bare a-d then that he can recommend
U .above C.OTpanj1 ; bare Wn anthrned to u. .i,h ITf, pajfi-ence,
insare rfcks . Cargo. Freight and Trta , ' ... . . , ,, ,, ,,
nre. pr t.oasiera, zron llooucla to all oorts of
tae uawaaan urocp, ana vice versa.
IL IUCKFELD t CO.
KAEEH'E ISSUE A5CE C02PA5Y
Or San Francisco.
THE UVDERSICXED liavlnfr been
appointed Arret far tbe above Company .are
WALKER t ALLEX,
l-3m Iti'a Honolnln.
THE CXDEItSIGSED, ACE3TTS OF
the abov, Compaay, have been aatborized to
inenreriskaoB Cargo, Freight aad Treas
ure, from Honotnla to ail porta of the world, and
lS-ly H. HaCKIXLD k CO.
FIRE IHSUIIASCE C0HPA5Y.
THE rXDERSICSED having been
appointed A rent, of the above Company, are
laeiaied to insnre risks acaiast Fire. o Stone and
Brlclc Bnlldlnga, and on IerctLandlse
stored tbereia, on the most favorable terms. For
parlicalara apply at the tsSce of
S-ly5 F. A. SCHAEFEB CC
THE AGEST FOR. THE BRITISH
Forei JZariae Insaraatv Crmpsny. (Liiait
ed), has rtcetvts, ia .- actions to reduce the rateaot
lnsrraace between Honolclr anu porta in the Faafic
and is now prepared ! hsne roI-cV -a. : re Xsaoesf
.rnf, with aspocial redacnoa en . rV-ii: ,r Steam
ers. THBO. H. DATirS.
434f Ugal BriL Jbr. Jfir. as. Ck. (Lsssttof)
THE TOM K00EE TAYEEH,
BY J. O'NTLELL,
3 Corcer of King aad rort Streets- fly4
kTO. 1 sand COOLIE BICE always
oa hand aad tx aale by
lCm WALK-EX A- AXLEX,Artsta.
LOOK AT THESE PRICES;
The "P. 5. Hartlett " rjortmcnt. with extra
Jewel?, Chrcnotntter Italntm. Patent Satt
Cap. Pateat Jafttr Pinion, and all other late '
improTemeat, in a solid 2oz. Coin Silver '
Hcntin Case, with Gold Joints. $27 rein. ,
The sasie in 4oi. case. In ior. cafe, $33
The Walthim 'Watch Co." swreinent, with
extra Jewel?. Chronometer lUlacce, Patent 1
Dart Cap. Patent Safety Pinion, ic, in Sot. I
case, with Gold Joints. $30 coin. !
The same in 4i. case, $23. In Soz. case, $35 i
The Applewn, Tracv i Co.' marerncnt. with I
extra Jewels, Chronameter Balance. Patent J
II at Cap. Patent Safety Pinien. ic. in Cot. J
case, with Gold Joints, $34 rain. i
The same is 4x. rase. $37. In 6ut. case, $40
"P. S. Eartlett" Wateh. in iex. IS karat
Gold llrratinr; Case, $Ci coin.
"Walthatn Watch Co." Watch, in ijoi. IS
karat Gold Hontia-; Case, $$4 coin.
"Appleton. Tracy i Co." Watch, in Sioi. IS
karat Gord Unntinr; Case. $S7 coin.
Any additional weight at $1 per dwt., or $20
" e wll nd nj of the above by Etxs,
Please state that yon saw this in the Ha-w-aiias
HOWARD .fc CO.,
Jewelers & SilversaithJ,
619 Broadaray, A". T.
One Block above the Metropolitan Hotel.
Every one visitinr; Xew York is invited to
call at onr establishment.
In order that all may address us with confi
dence, we refer, by permission, to
A. F. Jcpd, Esq., Honolnln.
Weus, Fadgo i Co., San Francisco,
I. W. RiTvoyn. Esq., San" Francisco,
B. C IIowabs, Esq., San Francisco,
T. P.. Bctleb, Esq., T. S. Mint, S. F.,
VT. S. Hobaet, Esq., Virginia City, Xevada,
and invite attention to the followinr z
OiBce of Wm.. Faxao t Co, 1
S4 Broadway, Sew York, Oct. SC. IMS.
We can cheerfully commend Jlessis. Hovr
AKS a Co.. Xo. 619 Broadwav. fi York, to
1 our friends, as a reliable and trustworthy rm,
! with the asscrance that ail orders sent them
j will receive faithful and prompt attention.
! I6-3m C. Gcddaes, Trcas.
IS 'I'i-h. tea SO?
Sound Health lo be obtained at last J
The WSJ to obtain SoUIld Health !
1ST CLEAXSE the Stomach from
all ceajre wcrrni dUd m, which so oroau j pn
dsre foactional derancement vitiatinc the fd.
Und Prinfy the Blood frees all acrid and rorrcpt
Ltjtduck, aad yea wQl remoTe the cane of the great
est Bxass Caf the diseases vitkb afSict so sua j of the
A REJIEDY. pmred by thlrtj rears experi
eoce, capable cf effertisp nrh a detral4e asd I in
portaat pnrroe. 1 still It fore the pnblte to
TEGCTABLE PrRIITLG FILLS.
" 1 ' - -a .-i. euro, uf u. iil. -
i iv.y a ?ua. j lias -cri. i irrl :r,l. lTO?a,
And zoa thad of Mr. J T. WATEltllOUSE. Heno
laln. aad of an be!ntts and Medicine Vendors in
i Great Britain and the Ookvues.
- . w-v.i ..j-o n a.uu ioj-
CRATES. OF KTLatTEA, HAWAII.
g THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ?i
now en fjr the receptioo of visitors to 1
, the Volcano lloose. b.' may rely on Sndinp com
t f ftaUerooms, a iood table, and prompt attendance.
i-Afri in.ni rarars 1 ue vmer aiaays tin nana.
ETEiH AKD STXIPHUJt 3ATHS !
Horses Grained and Stabled if Desired
Partis visiting the Tyjteano via Huo,ranrrornre
animals warranted to make tbe Joorney, by D. II.
Hrrcaoucx, Esq. S-lyS.
Sole and Saddle Leather,
Tanned Goat and Sheep SLrinx,
COSSTAJCT1.Y OS HA3TD and for
Sale, from the we3-known
TVAiaiEA TASSEKT C. Tfotley,
by A 5. CLEG HOES.
7-1 y Arret.
AT THE PH0T0GEAPH GALLEEY
On Fort Street,
MAY BE SEES THE VIEWS taken
cf the Late
Lava Flow at Kabtiku,
And the ETects tt the Late
Earthquake at "tValoliinn, Kan.
Tievi of EUlea and other flares. Also Cards
cf the Klars, Qneens, Chiefs, etc, all for aale at low
prices. Aim, Oval aad Sonare Frames of all sizes,
which wUl be sold cheap.
l.&m H. L. CHASE.
PIASOS and other Musical
P Instruments Taned aad Eepaired, by
rTj CIIAELLa JJEKB1, at the Hawaiian
Lessons Riven on the Flano sfc Guitar.
The beat of references riven. Sl-lyS
EST FAJIHYY PORIC,
per IOLAST, in V. and i tssxrels. Foraala
qnj BQLLES t CO.
XEST ESGLISH Boiled Faint Oil.
BOLUS A- 00-
The Acvr European GambllBs:
Midwr between Xice and llentone are
two proraontories inltins out into the ; matn ponton 01 toe uinn, ana me series
Mediterranean. On one of these is a ! f " flat." on which tie main portion of
small town and a large palace, on lie i te mining is being done. There are min
other there is a hell. Behind them the I claims all around us, the entire hillside
mountains rise abraptlc sereral thousand ' be'Bg dotted with the rock thrown out
leet; betwen them is" a harbor and an I fnm shafts snnk on the various claims ;
olive prove. This is Monaco. The entire i and, in fact, our house stands on a ledgo
area of the countrv does not exceed 5.000 ; wlich is claimed for mininj; nurposcs, and
acres, one-half of "which are barren rocks. , they are blasting oat a shaft in the street
Here the Grimaldis have reisned as inde- j rifiot alongside of us. The cabin is built
peLdent sovereitms for centuries, Thev 1 of rough, knotty pine boards, which cost
formeriv made avery prettv thine out 0"f ; in gold per thousand feet, battened
piracv, but they have abapted themselves " the sides, with a cloth roof, covered
to the spirit of the ase. and derive a good orr wh boards, not battened. The
income from a tumbling establishment. ' snow is sifting down as I write, and the
Thev rule over the land of the cvpress ! win1 flaring the candles so that I can
and "mvrtief bat if this vegetation "really j scarcely sec. The little cabin has one
is "an emblem of deeds that are done in ; door and one window, and is 12 feet wido
their dime." the less a clime has of them j bJ" 6 l-et a length. Six of us, all roar
the better, in a moral point of view, for "e.1 men, who.-e families are in California,
the dime. Some twenlv five vears a?o. ' lvnt ,B'S cah'a at 560 S'd Pr month,
the nourishing town of Mentone called ! We P3'1" rr a sma" stove, 73 cents
the Trince of '.Monaco iu lord, but its in-, aP' for common plates, S3 for a corn
habitants one raorniuc revolted, and an-1 moa drygoods box, out of which we made
nexed themselves to the then Kingdom of' a rude table, and similar prices for a few
Sardinia. Forlunatelv fr him. France. ! more articles of talIe and diningroom
Italvand Austria fell int, went to warand furniture the only regular chair, a com
settled their little differences at Sollerinii. cane-seat diningroom chair, cost S12
Mentone was haivded over to France, and ' here and commenced housekeeping,
the Prince f Monaco, while he still re-' Flour cants ns S16 and $17 per hundred
tainrd his Mireretrnty over hi? two prom- 1 P"nds; ssar. 5(1 cents per pound ; coffee,
ontories and bis ive pnive. was made a 5 nt 5 u'a- 513 : butter, by the keg,
Frecc3 Senator, and received a pen-ion of cent; pickles. S9 for a five-gallon keg ;
sM00 iter annum for renounnns: what he 'f 33 n' Pr pound ; pork, do ; po
called his rurhis over Menlone. " But for ; tatoes. 25 to 37 cents per pound, and so
tune had still more in st.ire for him. The I on through the list ; wood cedar, nul
graat Mousieur Blanc, the patron saint of , P'ne- and mountain mahogany, cut only a
Serene Transparendes in Germany, har. j few hundred rods away is S20 per cord,
in? come to the conclusion that the field ! a"d short cords at that; water, melted
of his operations might with advantase be ' fm snow, 25 to 37 cents per pailful, and
extended to Italv. made him an offer of I hread 25 to 50 cents fur a loaf of one and
10.000 per annum for the right to start a , two poands. For beds, we have bunks in
gamblin? establi.-hment on' one of the ' on eni" of the room, in which we have
promontories. Wth this offer the Prince traw mattresses mine cost S3.75, and it
at once closed, and financially neither he ; is made of coarse gunny sacks filled with
nor his subjects have reason to regret the , w''" oals hay and three or four pairs each
barsrain. The palace has been tinkered up j of the soft, warm, California blankets,
and refurnished. The Prince drives up I " e need them all I
and down his one road in a recal erjuipase ; ; Then we hire a China boy, IS years of
he has two or three chamberlains, and has I a. named Lee Wing, to do our cooking,
even treated himself to the Iuxnry of a He is an artist iu his way ; can cook any
Prime Minister. Anofficial Gazette weekly ' thing from an omelet to a fancy pudding,
informs the world on whom he has bestow-1 or a sponge cake to a pot of beans, and do
ed an order, and whom he has invited to ' t as well as any French cook. Give him
dinner. The whole face of the country i the materials, and he will get up a dinner
has been altered. Tbe Knrsaal and Kur- which would relish anywhere. He gives
saal Gardens cover several acres. A large j 03 breakfast at 8 a. jl, and dinner at 3
hotel, and several small ones, have been r- aD "or getting up these two meals,
opened; shops are 6prindng up, and villas ' an" chopping and bringing in the wood,
are being built, A railroad to Xice has s3" three hours labor per day at the out
been cut throush the rocks. The whole i sWe he is paid S4.0 in gold per month,
place is alive with the chernliers d'turfus-; He earns as much more making beds in
trie, the French loretles. the hawks and lodging houses, lighting and cleaning
the pigeons, who flock to a gamblins-house lamps in saloons, etc and with '.he in
just as gold-seekers in California crowd to . stinctive business characteristics of his
new digrings. Monaco is now a paradise, countrymen, acts as agent for the washer
inhabited bv people who are the reverse of ' women of his own race, doubtless making
anjels. Before tbe Knrsaal, stretches a . a prpA' the washing which we intrust
terrace, filled with tropica! trees and Bow-: to him. and for which we pay 50 cents
ers ; a hundred feet below it, the waves of each shirt, and 12 to 25 cents for each
the Mediterranean break aeainst the collar, handkerchief, etc He is getting
rocks; while landward, high up acainst spoiled already with prosperity, bets away
the horizsn. tower hure masses of hills, , considerable sums at times on the " black
dothed hair way up with the dark foliage 1 an(l "." and is in negotiation with me
of olives, alternatins with the briiht green ! D0W fr the purchase of my gold watch,
of oranre trees. As I sat there this even-: He is as smart as they make them, talks
inc. drinkins my coffee after dinner, I English and French passablv well, and is a
could cot help heing struck with the con- jpkist of the first class in his way. IVe
trast between nature and man the one so ''ve 'n 'h's manner for about $75 each per
peaceful and so beautifal, the other so month, and save money by not patronizing
aritated and so vile. Throush the open 1 the lodging-houses or tents and restaurants,
window of the belt I could see the greedy where,everthing costs a dollar. Tfle small
crowd around the green baixe table, and est change in camp is a qoarter of a dollar,
every now and then the voice- of the I an Joa 010 W nothing, even to a spool
croupier, shouting out the winning color, I of thread, for less. The least thing you
broke in upon the rippling noke of the ; can buy in a restaurant is a cup of tea
trav nt mr feet. That men should be and a warm roll, and for these you must
such fools as to stake their money against !
a machine which, as lone as two and two I
make four, must, if they continue the un- i
equal contest sufficiently long, eventnallv
ruin them. 13 an absurdity which it is diffi-
cult to account for by the rules of common
sene, but gamblers are nncalculating. and
.seldom actuated by common sense. Still,
I should have thought that even their na
tures would hare felt something of the in
fluences of local association, and that the
calm sea, ths solemn mountains, the bright
moon, would bare made them elevate their
minds for a brief period beyond the facti
tious excitement of a gamingtable. Rouge
el noir at Monaco is much like a horse
race in the cardenof Eden, or an Arcadian
shepherdess dandng a can can. Cor.
As anecdote of Wendell Phillips has
receatly come to our knowledge, and we
think it too good to be kept loiKrer out of
print. About a year ago, Mr. Phillips ar
riv d in a certain Western town to deliver
hi le.lnre on the Lo:l Arts- He bad
been particularly requested by the secre
tary to give that lecture, and no other ;
bat. after getting to the town, he learned
from a friend that the literary association
for which he wa3 to lecture had been so
manipulated as to fall into the rands of a
committee of Democrats, who had sworn
to abolish from their platform all political
discussions, especially those which in
volved the treatment of black folks. By
the mere engagement of the great lion
of abolitionism, the committee expected
to show thiir impartiality; by confining
him to the Lost Arts, they thought they
had chained him to a period infinitely re
moved from present politics, and they felt
inclined tn pat their own backs over their
shrewd management. 111 fix 'em," qui
etly remarked Mr. Phillips. The hour
arrived ; huge audience ; Democratic com
mittee hgely delighted that they had the
abolition orator on a safe enbject. Mr.
Phillip3 wa3 introduced with a very em
phatic announcement that he was to
lecture on the Lost Arts. What was the
horror of the committee as the orator pro
ceeded, daring the first fifteen minutes, to
describe the Democratic party as one of
the Lost Arts, tracing its career with his
own terriblesa:casm,inrectireand ridicule.
After thus punishing the committee to his
heart's content, the orator wheeled around
into antiquity, and went on with his lec
ture as usual. Meantime the committee
learned a useful lesson in the philosophy
of free discussion, and came to the conclu
sion that any lecturer who b worth hear
ing is rather dndiued to being put into
A well-known lawjer, who declared that
he bad never opened any book after be bad
left school but a law book, once told a jury,
when speaking of a diimnej on flrei " Gen
tlemen, the chimney took Are; It poured
forth volumes of smofcel Volumes, did I
say Whole encyclopasdisul"
A Home nt the Itncs,
Oct; cabin home stands back a block
from the main street, overlooking the
, ? . r .v . . . ' ' -
pay 50 cents. A dinner or breakfast of
the plainest materials is SI, and if you
indulge in any fancy fixings, such as a
chicken or duck, trout, canned oysters, or
anything in that line, yoa are out at least
$5 before you get up ; so you see that we
save money by belonging to the firm of
Lee Wing '& Co.
My compadres have come in lor the
night, and as the smoking, warm drinks,
-pitch" nnd -draw" are now in crder
until .midnight. I will close my writing at
once. Car. Chicago Tribune,
A Clevee Book Pcbushisg Rcse.
The book publishers in Paris sometimes
resort to very peculiar tricks in order to
-pu-h" their publications. One of these
gentlemen had made a contract with Mery
to publish all of the works of that poet
and novelist at a certain sum per volume.
Now Mery's books would not sell any
more, and the publisher was at a loss to
know what to do in order to, find purcba
chts for thtm. In bis perplexity he ap
plied to a quick-witted Bohemian for a
piece of good advice. The Bohemian
said he would think about it. and came
back afier a while with the followinr plans.
He said he had written to an old gentle
man thf the following letter:
Dear Sir I hereby notify you not to
molest that lady any longer. It is well
known that you have kept up illicit rela
tions with her for some time past, and her
friends are now determined to put a stop
to it. You know the lady I mean ; she
plays a leading part under the name of
"Jserosine" in Mery's new novel Tiber
ine. I caution you once more to beed my
- But what is the object of that letter!''
asked tbe publisher.
You see," said the Bohemian, " we
copy it three ,bou:and times, address it to
all the old bachelors whose names we are
able to ascertain, and may be sure that
most of them will purchase Mery's novel."
The three thousand letters were written
and miled. and in two day3 nearly every
one of the old gentlemen to whom the let
ters were addressed bad purchased a copy
of the novel. The bookseller made 25,
000 francs and the Bohemian received a
1.000 franc note.
A EOT was sent by his mother to saw some
stove wood out of some railroad ties. Going
outdoors shortly after, she found tbe youth
silting on tbe saw-hone with bead down.
The mother asked her hopeful son why be
didn't keep at bis work. Tbe boy replied :
"My dear mother. I And It hard very, hard
to sever old ties!"
A moon-struck poet, got off the following
rhapsody on-skating: "O! tbe girls, the
beantifu! girls, witb the liquid eyes and tbe
jrolden curls, skating along o'er the crowded
rinc, as sweet aa a pea, at cute as a ptei."
A maiden lady, alluding to her youthfal
accomplishments, said, that at six months of
ace: she went alone. A milirioDS individual
present, remarked : "Tea, and vou ha,Te been
going alone ever since."
A regular meeting of tht American Geo
graphical and Statlstcal Society was held lasi
night at their room In Cooper Institute, tbe
Prealdent, Mr. Charles P. Daly, In the chilr.
i Jlr. 8. B. Kuggles, iienry urtnncii ana ur.
I Ilaye were on the platform. The President
I stated that the society Wat In receipt of a
! Japanese compass from Mr. Geo. W. Blunt,
l brouirht from Japan bv Commodore Perry,
In Us famous expedition to that country.
I This compass. It was said, was the flrst Tona
i of the compass known, having been In use
I two hundred years before the Christian era.
Since the previous meeting ot the sodcty
i they have received from Dr. Albeit L. Bush
' ndL a missionary In Western Africa, copies
of all the books that have been published In
that region for the propagation of rclhrjon in
laniruacca that have thus far been reduced to
; The paper of Captain Bent on Polar Ex
ploratlan was read by the President, Its author
! being unable to be in attendance. Captain
t Bent, it was said w as the flag officer to Com
' niodorc Perry's expedition to Japan, and
was afterward appointed by the Government
' to the llydrognipblcal Department. The
: paper comraenced by expressing a doubt
! whether all former expeditions to the Arctic
seas have not pursued a mistaken route in
i attemptlnc to co by wav of lUfliu's Bay In
stead of lk-hrlnc's Straits, or Spitsbergen.
I It would seem that alt previous explorers In
' attempting the Northwest pottage have gone
up the stream acainst a hyperborean current
1 tilled with opposing Ice, while if tbey had
I tried tbe Xorturast passage they would hare
gone down stream in waters warm from the
tropics and opening a pathway far Into tbe
I Arctic Sea, If not to the very Pole ItfdL
. Captain Bent had his attention tint called to
I this subject in ISIS, while stopping at tbe
I Sandwich Islands, on bis way to China. At
these islands he met a uapiain 01 a wuaiing
ship, who stated that "be had gone several
hundred miles to tbe northward and cast
ward from Behring's Straits and three bun
dred miles beyond tbe limits or his charts,
aod with an open sea still before blm as far
as could be sccu in that direction." On ar
riving at China, tbe JWWc, the ship on board
of which Captain Bent was an ofllcer. went
I to Japan to rescue some shipwrecked Amcrl
' ' , - - - ri n. ,r
cull acauicu. lis suvu us sue 4,cvic ids
Hongkong tbe monsoon and ocean currents
were encountered, so that she was obliged to
heave-to under storm sails. The effect of
the winds upon a ship thus It log. If uninflu
enced bv ocean currents, would be to drift
: her to leeward at tbe rate ot about thirty
i miles a day. When, after three days, tbe
' storm abated land nas seen, it was taken for
the Base Islands, a hundred miles to tbe
southward or Formosa; but It afterwird
turned out to be the northern end of that
Isliud and that the ship had been carried by
the curreut ninety miles to the northward
against the wind, or one hundred and eighty
I miles to tbe nonuwara oi wncre sue wouia
i have been bad there been no current, and
1 nearly Ave hundred miles to the northward
, of where she would bare been had she con
tinued within the influence of tbe loutberly
current or the Formosa channel, Instead or
crossing it. The experience or this cruise
I confirmed the Captain In the belief In the ex-
istence of two powerful currents ; and It
I was known that a few miles to the south-
ward of Formosa, tbe equatorial curreut
poured Its immense volume into tbe China
' Si-a at rteht angles to both of these currents,
i Subsequent investigation convinced Captain
i Bent that these currents constituted a tys
1 tern Identical In Us essentisl features with
that of tbe Atlantic. These two grand cur
: rents, it was ascertained,' moved to tbe west
ward, along the Equator; that of the Atlan
tic finding no other outlet from tbe Gulf or
Mexico, has its whole volume forced round
to tbe north of Cuba and deflected thence
I northwardly alone tbe coast or Florida,
. forming the Gulf Stream, while that or the
' Pacific, passing mostly through the Polyne-
siau Islands and China Sea, has a large shav
I ing, as it were, torn off its northern side by
the south cud or Formosa, which by Its con
, denscd momentum, is like tbe Uulf Stream
J thrown witb increased velocity to tbe nortb
I ward, and forming the Kuro-Siwo, or Japan
j Stream. Portions or botb these streams,
j however, pursue their courses uuinterrup-
tedly, to tbe northward and eastward into
I the Arctic Ocean that from tbe Guir Stream
I bv the way of SpHibcrpen. and that from tbe
I IT Ot I (1.1.-! 1 - O ! 1 . IT I.
effect or these oceanic currents in modifying
the temperatures of botb tbe western part of
, Europe ana -America is cousiuerea it aoes
, not seem unreasonable to believe that tbe
I portions of the Gulf Stream and or the Kuro
I Slwo that penetrate the Arctic Ocean carry
I with them warmth enough not only to dlt-
solve all the ice and snow tbey encounter In
! their paths, but enough also to keep an open
I sea about the Pole at all seasons ol tbe year.
I In conclusion, Captain Bent stated that he
oeilcvea inai a smp gauiop; to toe -lonn
Pole by the way or Spltzbergen, and follow
ing tbe water thermometer rather than her
compass, would accomplish her object.
The "Peechebow" Horse. Translated
from tbe French of Charles du nilys. (New
York: Orange Jndd tfc Co.) Moat of us
observed the fine horses used by certain safe
makers and express companies or tbls city.
We bare certainly admired the splendid pro
portions and strength or those animals.
Although they are not by any means of thtf
pure tyjse of the; " Percheron," yet the one
fourth or one-eighth blood Is impressed upon
them in a very marked degree.
Although but a few pnre-blooded Perche
rons are to be found In this country, yet
manv, and Indeed a large proportion of tbe
real draught horses In use with us, have to a
Creater or less degree, a talut of tbe Perche
ron sire. Indeed, so powerful Is tha nature
of tbe blood or this breed that for many
generations notwithstanding every variety
of cross certain characteristics of the origi
nal sire are still preserved. Tbe Roman note,
large body and stout, heavy legs, as seen in
our most common dray-horses, are a proof or
A pure Percheron Is almost Invariably or
a dappled iron-gray, bnt of course in the
numerous crossings to which tbe race is sub
jected tbe color is frequently lost. Not
alohe as a draught-borse is tbe Percheron
most valuable. The "light" variety Is the
diligence horse of France, and tbe omnibus
horse of Paris. Me Is even a trotter of con
siderable speed and of more than ordinary
endurance. We doubt not that this breed
ol tbe Percheron might be crossed witb ad
vantage witb our more delicate trotters. M.
du Hllys gives tables or tbe speed ol some of
these bones. One mile and a quarter bas
been made by them In 3 mln. SO stc, asd
thla on a track broken by several abrubt bills.
Nine miles an boor Is tbeir ordinary gait,
but when pushed they are equal to twelve,
or even more. We speak now of what Is
called the " light Percheron." The draught
bone is equal to a loaded wagon of 5,060
pounds weight, while tbe English draught,
bone is never taxed with more than 2,000
pounds. The Percheron It a Cast walker un
der tbe heaviest loads, and maintains bis
gait witb such regularity that be may be
counted upon to make bit time with tbe pre
cision or a clock. We tee la what Is called
the Canadian borte tbe lasting qualities of
Percheron; for there is little doubt but that
tbe Norman Is tbe progenitor uf tbls hardy,
shaggy Canadian pony.
But few importations of tbe pure Perche
ron have been made Into tbls country : bat
we trust tbe wonderful qualities of this ad
mirable animal, will in tbe future b
more appreciated, and tbe get of the few
atalllona owned here more sought after.
From this borse tbe "light" and heavy
tbe entire stock of tbe country may receive
benefit, botb as roadsters aad as dra sgat
honcs. We trust that this translation from.
M.du Hullyswllf be extensively clrcaated
aod read among tbe farm en, and breeder sC
the country. It etrtalaly merits it. The
illustrations which accompany tbe book'
are admirably engraved and, what Is MM
rare, carefully 'printed.
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