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BOOK AND JOB
IKK "CUIATT" OTFJOt
It reeparrd ta extra) alt cedar ear
rim in ijki niiro.
Every "Wednesday Xornin,
Xallcd ta Ferelcw SaUncribcrs at $IJW-
Ornra Oa MtTrhast street, west oi
h Pest OSc, HtKwfcis. H. L
PrialW u wc8id by 3 Ttm Sets, a: ti
VOL. Y XO. 26.1
HONOLULU, iVEDXESDAY, JULY 14, 1SG9.
$6.00 PEll YEAR,
hraxaoi FTeaaar eWe. to w!um aS Msm
WITH KXATXaM AND DISPATCH
i. X. UUUB, 1- X. MU.
CISTLE Jl COOKE.
ASD i-''T. aKVxrs,
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TV. VWr' Sejrir Cerepao. Ki3,
Tae Haata 5aar CeoHMae, atf.
Ta Hawaaaa 4fee Safe. Jtass.
Sttfar Plaster. f Tut ul Kim. . in. .
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Sr. Jrr fUVtJ FaaHte Httariwe.
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POST PST5ICIAS. ASD 5S2SZQS.
Oec aWawecr 5. W rrt Seme Broalaix.
Ont ato mii at tie ferbiaV CkaTea,
At bam &T aa BLC. wbea OdC frl atltfiinJtji
DtlXHGIWt Jt CO
CaeWrr. See WaK Paatte u( Oat, aad Sown!
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U lakmat ytnattj iaill la. lrf
500T AST) SHOZ SCAZZZ.
a) Par Slrrrt. aext to ta BVttaet ftawtaAt. $1
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TIBBETS Jt SOKEASOX, 1
SEEP CA2PSSTEES & CATTLSEES
AS P. Tesiez t CVi Oli 5tx-r.
; aairtaa Mtnuwinr. iron, wgxa. hir9
TUEO. II. DATIES,
Lltx Jim, 6xxx A CB-X
1XP02II2 k COyffTSSIOS 3TS2CHAST.
latyfa aa tae Lcrtrptjui rattorwrHerv
Scatota aaic Ftora atanaa Ixtforaace Co aatt
Strtatra ijnnact Ctmpaar 3-7
Z3TP0SXEZS ASD VEOtESATE 3ZAU23 I
Ia FatUnaaie ftiHiH;, Eata. Capa, Bwca SIum, ,
aa4 ertrr .arMtr f 6eaelmaa t Fxramaaxf wa.
. I. TXAXXX- X. C. ALUS. '
WALKER Jc ALLirV,
gHippmi t coryrssios acEscHAsrs, 1
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L. L. TO KB E KT. ;
nTiTfg XS LnTHTH ASD ZTZ2T STSD
or EnxarsG y,TTT'i.
Grrarx Caraer QaaenaadFart ftraKa.
BOIXES Jt CO j
ship cy,ssnr,T7i5 asd coxslssiosi
Qwr StrteC. HamiMalx. Fartaraau- attoaXant paU
to tie paerfmir aoit stU c Bavacaat Praioca. I
ai7Ud it laxneoHr
CBrrwrraCa, C L Kicaarf a O, I
iCa-anMalt Katie ClAt. g-Iri j
XXP0SZZ3 DZALE2 IS EC0T3, SHOES, i
AailGwaaVmeaTt Faraaoin Gooda. caraar f Fart
aat JKrehaat mrtav Wdttalatrt.
GEOCEE ASB SHIP CHA5DLZE,
XnwyaaJ aacraaa fataithef to Sifpa tt tie auat
Mj trwraWe toranv,
CHOG HOOX. j
Ccatsaiaz. Ktrtix: tzi Greral Afntt, I
Iaipcrt4fr T Tea aait ataer Otlnme at FartMpa t
GajX Wiaietfale Dabr ta HavaSaa- Ftaaca. aad; t
AcMXfjrtha raaxaa aail i.iw vzr Flaata.
taaia. Fa-praaT Car aa aaaas StraeC kaarv !
AFO.TG Jt AC1ICCK. J
Izzferutu Titlmfi xi. BctaH Dealert I
la Gaaaral XnrtaaJbe aat Caiaa Caoda, fa ta
F!rflrorf fure ea Janaaa Street. Eater tie PsaGc
K. A. SCHAEFEK Jt Ce j
SSI Kawaefa. OaiK. H. t Aft
ED. EOEESCHLAEGEE & CO,
IXP02TEZS k COXXLSSIOSXZZCZASTS
X7 n.m.Jrfa. Oafcx. H. ftri
THEOBOKE C. MEtTCE,
rXPOSTES & C0XXU5I0S "XE3CEAST.
141 Bangfaae. Oaia. g. L Ty
H- HACKFEIJ Jt C
GESZEAL COXKZSSIOX ASZITS.
-SI Qaaea Sertet, rT.awfaftt, H. X. V-T
CHAOCEY C. BEXtETT.
aViofiaR, Ext .ten,
TL. C tSltA. XI- 3. X. SLCXX.
C1I t l.l.fflEl. Jt CO..
rst?asirs5 ass dzalsss nr wuis,
JyiAk Abes S- - Sun Street, tppuait
3ta-iaa Sarwc fcmfafc xfrtj
D. E. HUCECOCZ.
n? Baw. iu-vx 3t ,
A. S. CLECUOK.V
TTEOrEJAIS AID TtTTATE Di
2s IbtduiR. Fkw-frvrf Sear, wraer rf ea
araf Kat.ytTT-'W xWCaix AaSaaiaiiiti. TO
Sautisnt, ut aa tit evrwe it Jure u4 &t
SOrSS ASB 5IGS PAISTZZ.
C- UKEWEK Jt CO
aoxoLixr, II. I.
ltE.VI lr tb &Mtao mai IlwMiala
ACEXT-rw tb Pimllua mad SaU aX
IS. K. EI ILK IIS Jc CO,
2ZALZSS IS D2T GOO 35 AXD GZyTr.AL
Iki yiTwtStorya Ftrrfi f-trwC akr Oil TriWwf
I. A. SCIIxVEl'EK,
ACE5T for ti BKSMIEJt BOARD
r mm irrtis.
x. r. nut. 5. . wujis.
Al.VJIi Jt "WILDE II.
Arenas i camnssios xzzcsasxs
C. S. B.VIIX01V. j
S&srvk-m tm to& f Crtt. -iuur rns Eufts '
nut SSirt. 1T-I3
M. S. G II IS11A U31 Jt CO..
UEcOSUSS ASD TTEOIZSALS DZALEES '
fcf ui. lm a JUr'i EkicX, Qwa ftrert.
Am. KVA.A-. 1
TTSSJIXE ST02 CSOICS G20CE2HS I
Ororaf SamirmLTTtaJi. TS-Ir
J O II A II. PATY,
Sstary PiiEx aid Co-TTnxixixr of Deed
Farta itato Caafaaia. OOc a to Saal rf
Baawp Cu., FTtiAammil fDxt. Baubk '3-Iji i
II. A. -.VHIKJIAXX".
jtSot as IsSerijr a-pMCtawnb. flr5
G. AV. OKTOX.
C00PEE A2TD ' GAUGEE,
H i irrMrwl t atx-mii to alt vrk ta hi Sn
t tktr Sxitrp bsJ tkf-ttt Oxirt-mi. HiJij. vttn kaa
fe fiift. m wS wwLKijf lWoria H luw a kaad
aal ftir Mlkt. OH ObA -ud! B-irr .of tftOafwe nn
Oaf-r ajbi .At. wtid fc wiJl fliX ax X& tut LkHft
X-vrlet KaCh. AM. vvti. titntx ut s tiarwzh axouM
xal .vnatail to pr aMtingactacq. AH Vrafc of
CwjfMfr-s 3( -irtitIiT xaii TrriC Ibr l-irt
K- IX. fc G. CGCXaaKirV,
xns". znc akd coppee sxiths,
3" itt Street ltvC3. Xertiut Quea.
a-aizwt Ira Ptptt. Ptavoi uii Bmr
val tfiM cvcist.c. Kudr-Tat. avzu! aLw a
TTry uirrf oncr xaiwa-r 31 rffy tf Bcr if oa
jrurtattiuw- attottfaun jto to Shjp-W t Orrinn ,
part, v toy fr? strict attestant to B?feie to mrnS
C00PEE A2JD GATJGEE,
A-tig 3U SU-L cczaier gizy & Sel SU.
A -Urp; Stock Oli Sltacfcj aaii aH. Itiiaifa Owp--rfep
MjU-rnalcf tatwSu&ij- J HjauiiL H- &cpt by
a.'XjqAwt to k-uto-M to fflm a eoAi&aa af tit
par-roaT wlariL H kjt jWvtofijr enjoy J, aoii fcr
vtucli k m rwennst Iu Ihitat. Utat
J. II. TIIOJIIJOX, 1
QiHS. Ste& FmnTtli.
Eat esnssaatf -ra aaai aail f jt ak at tie Lovct
JCirtrt Ftk. a mX aMoctauat af ta Bft Eettaed
Sarlrwa. aatt fib BWC SLuanntfi CtaL. Svlrj
jje. srrr. sai. 5tt.
JOItX XOTT Jt CO..
COPPEE AND US SMITHS,
?TtiTTTnTT St. czn sr ihcTS 7Ii tr. rVty
E-nf Lmt to BL&rn t paJtSc tltat tiey ar prs
parai to tar-uafa. aS aimfa f Orjjw nadi a
iDH-j. StrtitB Fus, Sirriaax fiaii, Wirm. Psaa,
ck. aliw hAaL a foS afnrcaitnit cf Tk Van,
wKate& vititrfijrit4 a Ldwcsc Xirlc Ptsn.
Xft kimf f Ecpairia THjt Scoxaxtw a2i
lwpatxA. 6ni-fr traa cH atiurr ILia3L wJ awet
widt prompt aittarataac. I Tin
HOCSZ STTT? ?mCZ2,
Tf-ygL ran sers vest af Cis & Coalers.
Em n aaitit BU&-TlLy Vator-aw-tcs. Wiii-B-uia,
Jtms aaii Lift afunp. Lc-kut aai OaIruizhi
Irra f. aoat Ptitaiir-ai' l&uHverts. Eta? ti '
tnsti to brm a a wrtsn&EkM BOLonier. "Tc-Zm. '
JEWELER ASD ESTGEAVEE, :
Tcrt Street, ccaite Odi JcHoTn' FaTT, !
I pnpaatoucvtowliApixm;C(tJtaW '
&i Buw f ataRiteM, each m Tittb aati GVidc rveatr "
GEORUE WILIXiBS, I
licensed SHIPPI5G AGZ2ST, '
Ccnai-a tie hoauzeaa ait a U pUa cf aitz&af
vllicffirintai. mum finm ifTafifj t&iirlupa
piaiac Iiiii 0f!lca. HAr-x eu rre mr imUxct cotb-
"W"" t fHYlTTimfrtIfmhTnr a,,f avTt.t-
fiatiruaWfttotolr caCafCtirii t3. xetTIc br -Upafs to
fiTY a pat fiiH fa. ttt-c xcz4 IV tuwizx i
FTTHXS FAVORITE axut well.tarara '
XjcaaCaiGieaX af aaar ccea aa" Sdar&sa aad
Tie Beat tie Xarxxe aSa-Lt. af ererr taiietf. vaT
awayi be frtwfcbHl, wita. fioa arrnfiaee.
Btagaparamafc li IM ay ttagm.eJagwaattaax.
aCsi AH BOX PiepueHJt.
"JO. X aad CeeLIE RICE alarayl
J." a iaad aaS xar aaW be
Max walexx a nrrr.itrca.
, FU11E1GN NOTICES-
10 K. MEYEKS CO..
, rxrosrsas asu xastxacxusess or
rir. trati. Krr. Xz.. X3 KiM Strwt
I. W U1Z13CI. C X. .T
SSTSSAKCE. CLASS & CO
ASB SKT??ISS AGISTS,
40J rat Si eenr f Ciir, Sa 7ta-uto.
lr vatattoai t th ul f iirir uJia VinOs
3TCEASE2r, KFRKfTiT. & CO.,
Hitsz nurvna ia. car rrwi! bmumi fi t-
! J4- -
1 a Lcvw
E. 31. VA IIEE1J.
COiQnSSIOIT MEE CHANT,
HTiaf few e icflH t&tvjk a fatianu. ma
a tia J-tpaiww- tnJ Sir tie past rtrtt
u ,rrpm- totrsjuact ut bcifiiLnM Mtrtutca
to M cm, it ttiptaa. C-ljS
x.x.yrT,mirs xc . Xitjcaixs, e.i.mxaAi.
"WTLLLiXS. SLiSCHASD & CO..
SSIPHSG 4 C03DOSSI0S XE2CSAST5,
LAXGiEY. CSOWSLL & CO,
Ccr. SxSxry & day Six, Sai Ttta&seo.
Saaiomr Street. $u Fruclits,
Extoa&s fev-m Sicnawoto it. to Halhck icrwc
Tr A vrsc BKE.Y KECESTtr nc..
XI. ntrt tat wrty rral utn 4 ti
Wait. Mu.uucil ut cumSjru FAMU.T
fim .try b&EeauiLt Lr SnaiaeM Xa xsii tit Pafi
ItoftMHtb. cccgtaatfr- fgiplfcui aiei trerr
aVXUIJI tK atOfXrt XSjr&. Tha .tmJrtm. T-wrhn.fm
One, wai X Lijilti, win ae at tka marnt aai
PaosiO. to eonrtr pKn to ti KMat ttw.
I-lf TIKOTHT SA1SEXX Fwp'r.
1 INSUEANCE NOTICES.
30 ARB OF TOBEiiWBITEHS.
riTIIE CSBEHSICSED tuyln; bon
A xpfoutf.! AreajfcrtaSMTratt3McaR.ard
rf CaiSerwrtxen, ct?mprtB a
Callfortaia Ininranec Company,
2IcrcJxajta JlataaIarLne la. Cs,
Pacific Ijuixraace Campaay,
CallxvnUa UojrdV, anil
Heme latual laiannce Cenoaar.
Swf bait ui iajrat Hatbtre f Tnaeb aait tie Bui
Be pratrraar. tiat aX TmLi aat Carj. euarnt
br eitber ta abure OcmpaajK, aruaae perft af
tie waaaaii rftiterbka, atarBear'tie Scafrka
immgu wax aart u ae rensetx oy taeor.
I-Sna II. HACtriD CO.
fTUIE MDERSIGITD, jCESTS of
JL taeaaqreOnapaar. isreoeea autiortteil to
fcwar. rwza aa Carpet. Frelfftlt aaf Treaa
are. BTCoaatera, &aos Eceaia to aa fort cf
ta Hawasaa Graepi aai nre rena.
-lT a HACKFFZP X OX
TL&3J2TZ rSSITSAXCE C0JLPA5T
Of Sam Fx-anclaea.
FTTHE riDERjIGXED harlar been
A apputatel Aswti SjT tie abort Otarpaar Are
VALKES. X ALLTV
la Axaata, Kunnlnht. j
Tim rjDEHSIGJED, iCESTS OF
ta Crimpaarv iart ba aazifrxal ta !
saxtrtnixj ta Caret, Freight aail Treaa
nr, bvn. nmiW to an pcrta cf tie wcrai, and '
IHf B HACSFFXO i Ol
11 mnuRGn-BREjiEX i
FIRE ETSTJEASCE C0HPA5Y.
THE CXDERSIGXaU) Xtillt been )
appucateii Axento cf tie air Orapaar. are
prtparml to iasart r&xa aaiat Fjr. aa S t oar aai
Briclc Ballillnay aoii aa JI crcnanillae 1
ftomt tareui, ea tae awet cmraal tersa. For f
partkalar appty at tiecCcvaf
-Ir F. A. jfTMFJIB. X CC. )
t HUE AGEXT FOR THE BRTXISTf
JL Frirtick Xaraie Iasaraace OMnpaBy; fliaat.
th aaenctCTaXBurracxwaeto raiact tie ratet.f"
Iamaaceaetweea FIjii Jj'n i -it Forto la tie Farfag;
aaXaTaaarpnpartiltotwx PaGeat -at tie Xeveat
atca. artfiafpanalre4nrt2Gaaa FraocisperSccaai.
era, TUBA H. Da VETS.
Oft Jjzat BrO. Tir. Jta-. Ut. O. tlimOti
DICK-SOX Jc BOLSTER,
House, Sign & SMp Painters,
Qraaaxv SfxrbOox GiZtaa CaJBcaiataxv
rapar-iaaxfax. Ic ic execated ca ta
ihorust Brtrfrt, aad ca tie awet rr.nr.Mt
Piano-Forte Maker & Tuner,
Haa Retanaeel A jr. la.
Anareara left ax ta Briir Store cf I
H. eaalh A Ca ccraer cf Fart aad
IQaul Seneca, cr ax Wau Fbcier'a
' Xaraaara Bacaaa. BeXei strex. rffl
ateec waa rrmertiac rrTrnmt-
PIASOS axul alter Xailfxl
laatnouata Taa4 aa4 aaaired. br
rrTgrr SxXBT. at tie Baaaaaa
aVeaaaxe circa ea xJae ataxaaj at Caltai.
Tie beat si n&rtocra xjrea. (IMyS
LOOK AT THESE PRICES
Tb ' P. S. Bartijcc: '' monrixt. with vxtn
Cup . Psrac Safctj l.a-ja, xai xH t&c txe
taFtvnatc&i, m a 3ux. Coia. dtr
lixcm: Caj. wita btKti Jeinii- ewia.
Tie suit ia -tlx. cat. $3. Is Jox. ok, $33
Tt " ITtkiss TTatei C.'" mtBiat. witi
utn Jcwl5. Caaatt(r KUxcce. Pxtrat
Dttt Ci?. Patent Safttx Ptsko, Jtc. la Sex.
cae. wits. UU JkxU. $3 cus.
Ti no ia -tax. c. $33. Ia ix. cist, $3J
Ta "Apfittaa. Trxcr A C." m.Ttmeat. witi
titri Jwti. CartBur Blxac. Pxteat
Ifcut Cap, Pitc: SxIMt Ptaiaa. Ae ia 5x.
exit. wta Jwsti. S3 ca.
Tie saaw ia -Ux. xs, $3?. Ia Jox. cai, $1
"P. S. Eartit:' Watca. ia Iix. IS xarxt
btw xtSBQB; taw. $i cwta.
"VTahaasi Walek Ca." Watci. is Zfrz. 15
xara: IhU ilmatin Cx. st rata.
"-Appirtoa, Trier Jt 0." "VYatca, ia Ior. IS
xarxt bi& ttxatin.T CaM. Sr fa
Aay aWittoeal wwlit at $1 per It., or S9
VT w31 Kail aar f ti air br Wxlu
Fass Jk Co's Expresj, wids Vat t coHct oa
deKrurr. aaJ giie the wtrciaMr tie priit
t exaauae tie WiUi tttm paying. All Ex
pji caxrz. iwTr, ta b paki br tie oar-
I eaar. Bat it ta aataat uf tie prwe cf :i
j Watei Ij rtcitttfi to aj witit tie nf r. we wffl
I prepay tie Expre eixr9 to 5aa Fracebcv
I oorlTi. Iaai&iiaiiaj-,ilrxtiea Welti.
i r ara x are preferrra.
I We wi it dlstiaccjj- uaJrstod tiat tie
I Watcxu are tie Terr test, with aK tie latent
iiprroieati. aa4 tiat tier art ia perfect
naxixr timer, aaa ix aay cat ute5 aat per
f,na ea we wal eS it. r rtiiind tie
Pkaje state tiat yes sat- tail ia tie Ha-
1IOAVAKI) Jt CO..
JcTPelers 4 Silrerssitix.
619 Brnatlvray, X. T.
Oae Bkci xiere tie lletrpriaia HsteL
Erery ece Tiihicj See- Tork is iarited ta
eaS at ear estaMBameat.
Ia trier tiat aS atay addret ax witi eoa
deaee, we reler, hy perauiwa. ta
A. F.J ctb. s Htaalata.
WxiAi. Fxaaa 1 Co., Saa Fraaeiseo,
I. W. Exrttn, Ei., Saa Fraaefcco.
B. C. He waits. Et-, Saa Fraaeiseo,
T. E. BcriAJt. E.. r. S. Hmt. S. F.,
W. S. HtXAar. Esq., Tirriata City, Seradx.
aad iarite atUatiea to tie faBewiaj-:
OfEreef WlTJ.5. FiXtto X Ca. )
SI Eroulwar, 5ew Ttcx, Oct. SJ. 1S.
We eaa cieerfatty eomateai 3Ie?srs. Iloir
AX a C Se. 6U Brualway. Sew Tert, to
ear frteads, ax a reliable aad trustworthy irn,
wai tie astfarasee tiat all erdtrs seat ties
wtfl rrcene faitifal aad preaipt atteatiao.
IWml C. GaODAZO. Trraj.
Sound Healtli to be obtaiBed at last !
The way to obtain Sound Health. I
1ST CLEAASE the Stomach from
alt ai&a&ir aonoialaUiiiis. wharf to n?caalyprr-
Sad PartfT th Blui f-mt aS acrid aail ecrrspC
j bttawn, ami jm wiB rrair tbc catwMtf if tH grw-iw
m-k? ( em ioamei "-aura asuct nanj ec u
arnriaaJt Cunil t
csctr. capoK wf HWtn sadt a aiU. aa4 in
pcrtaot purpow. i ttiH b,S.r pniluc fa
VEGETABLE PrRIFYLNG PILLS.
Tills Fatnsea Mcxae iu pr7teJ in rata fa Dia
t afti HEAB, CHEST BOWFA5. LIVES, aai
DIGE5TTVX OCSASi. aMOSCYi, at Aha, ia
suiixjtAiisx nmj. stjais. aad sib di.
EaSIS It briar A WKACT FCaXFTXE OF THT
BLOOD aadotieraaaia ( tie iaasa Bofr.
&r llrxdinUj enra xawr fir Jjento.
Prepare aal xAL wilesale ami rttait, la Daxe,
prietlUl. u. lltl aa.iatil. taci,byO. WHXXP-
a a traa Caere IMI f treet, bnDc,
Aad aur b had af Mr J. T WAIOUOCil, no
I taia, aad cf .11 QUamtf aal Xetlada Tta&n ia
1 Great BfMin aad tit Ccaauea.
Ti aatlmtraed bat banl j amei ia rrx&e cf
WHELFTUN i SAFE TBS LTAB IX. PILLS from par-
tsea wha bare ased tiem, that ie eaa rsecouaead
ticm wllii per&et cuaieeac.
l JOHS TTTnvxc WATE2H0CSX.
CEATEE 0? EILAtTEA. HAWAII.
THIS ESTABLISHMEST IS
5aewijpea ta-ti rtcepcaia rf rttitart to
taeTjuaa Hat wie kit rIj ea aolia esai
Cjrtifile roca. a gxA table, aad prceapt atteadAoce.
Expeneaced palM tx ti Crater alway. .a iaad.
STZA3I ASD STTLPHUE BATHS S
Eszxts Graired -J Sailed If Dexired
Fxrt&tTlaiXiaxtitTeZeaaa ria H3,, eaa procart
ltM warranted to max ti Joaraey, If Sl EL
BOracKX, 2T-If 3.
SO. SS BaSC STREET,
OBTito 7. L LeTii' Cocjer Step.
THIS SEW EST.1B-
lUhraent if ste opes to far-
xifi tie Tery Bert
Beef, Xattco, Part, a Siperisr Sxsxajts
of erery desertptass. warrxated cleaa.
Tie PnpRetarx restan to I tale, tixt Ly
ttrxt atteiitieB, cocxiiaed witi tieir geceral
iaawledre, which Lax bees attaised by Ing
experieaee ta tiix City aad cliewiere. tiey
wil eiaracfe to give eatire catiifaetiaa to
FxatHiex aad tie PabJie jeserally. aad to all
ti. wi stay farcr tiect with a trial.
WliSESBACH t eCHEEL,
Tie Snt-oaaied prvpriettT is tetter k-own
ax Se9 ti Bctcier."
S. B. Heat eefirrred ta xQ xaru af ti
City, free cf eJxarre. Zat
Sole and Saddle Leather,
Tanned Goat aad Sbeerp S'klas,
COXSTASTXV OS HASH and Far
Salt, ftaea tie wtBaow
WAI31EA TAJIEKT C Xetley,
by A. E. CUTiBOSS,
rrXTBRTCBI'S PxTEIT ZIXC PAIST
MJL Taebeatartkle af ti ksfci iarpcrtad. Fir
BOLUS A 09.
- prrcnt ti ljitt itao, stay il
Those who twentr rears hence are ca-
pable of apweiatir the present state of
irpTlitic5.wiU probably be dispo-
sed tVSinkthat their uost remarkaSe
feature has been the conversion of the
House or Austria to the belief in free in-
stitulioas. It mar be that when the r
otrrecces which to ns are most conspic
cons have Etded into comparative obscuri -
tr. the quiet revolution wThich is transror -
oins the Austrian Empire, and raakin? it
asifwereacewer andstronser keystSne
totheEnropeaa fabric witt' stand out as
an event Jf the renr first importance.
Then will be atpredat the mocoura
f th Ar-iircn KJni-.r.ir. whkh hai
abledhiato avow that the principles oT
!,Mrlr r bare be. a niiitat nor
will the statesmanship of the few able
men who advise him, and the good sense
and real moderation or his subjects, be
forgotten. This is a time or congratula
tion for the Liberals or those countries
which have lived almost without hope
through the gtootnr years which succeeded
lj-tS. The seed which was sown broadcast
throughout Europe is everywhere spring
ing up; tie popular movement is now
strong; and steady, bet divested oT all its
violence : it is a deep, full stream, and not
a foaming torrent destined soon to run dry.
as in tee evil uavs tnat are pushed, me
influences which make even the hot-blood
ed Spaniard tolerant and considerate.
have acted upon ail the elements of the
Austrian Empire, and caused them to com
bine for the welWwiftj of the Stale and
permanent political union of its various
provinces. Becoociliation and mutual for
bearance mark the progress of the few
last Tears, and the first sincere concessions
of tenna have been responded to with
generous loyalty, and an abandonment of
extreme tneones or tie people ot everv
province. Thcs it happens, that in less
than three years after the battleof Sado
wa. the state of the Austrian Empire mar
fairly be de?cribea as prosperous. Ice
State Las runted 1 tie it alter tnat treinen-
doss blow, and stands before the world aiv
parently stronger and healthier for the col
lapse, wtttcn snowed wcat ants unsound tn
its constitution. The speech with which
the Emperor closed the ISoichsrath on the
lota test, is oiled wita congratulations,
which could not be uttered unless there
was real basis for them ; and the applause
or his audience showed his language to be
lustined by events. Ice Legislature
waicn represents tie con-llung-jrtan prov
inces or the Empire has separated after its
cession wita lie consciousness oi uavirur
done more good work than has ever been
effected in Vienna since it was a city, and
leaves the administration of aSairs in the
hands of a Sovereign and Ministers who
no longer excite the suspicions of the Lib
eral party, ice ioundatioa ot political
contentment must always be material
prosperity, and the Deputies, no doubt.
feel that the Government, which has man-
azedso well, has a claim to their conSdence.
Consider what was the state of the Em
pire three short years ago an army rout
ed; a capital threatened, and only saved
by the menaced interference of a foreign
Power; the last Italian province lost;
Hungary giving her aid with sullen listless
nees in a cacse which she abhorred ; the
Treasury empty; men in high places
known to be incapable, or suspected to be
traitors ; everywhere confusion, recrimina
tion, disoonrazement everything but des
pair, for Austria never despairs. Now
oar Correspondent is able to inform us
that, instead of a chronic deficit of 5,1)00,
000Z, the revenues and expenses will bal
ance each, other within 3uQ,lWL, and in
pecuniary matters Austria has more than
recovered Iroci tee Blow wnicn it received
three years ago." It is evident that there
haa been no common care bestowed upon
that impoitant department of Government
which in former times was as invariably
neglected. We may hope that Austria
will cease to be the frightful example of
.horopean tmpecnmosity, and tnattne trav
eller will some day no longer contrast her
innumerable battalions with her stagnant
trade, her straggling industry; and her
mean paper issues, which sink below the
dignity which more prosperous States
think fit to connect with a bank-cote.
Bat the greatest genius and the most rigid
discipline would cot have restored order to
Austrian finance witnoal a ccacge in cer
political svstecx. Austria was one of
those unhappy States whose most formi
dable foes are within their own borders.
and from 184a to 1S66 she was never tree
from the necessity of watching- the disaf
fection of more than a third of her people.
"ot even the cession of Yecetia could
have removed the evil without the great
resolution to which the Emperor came, un
der the pressure of overwhelming misfor
tune. The compromise with Hungary has
been the new point of departure for the
Empire. Until this was conceded there
was no real peace. We believe the Em
peror really desired to conciliate his Hun
garian subjects by the Constitution cf
1-60, and, assuming the principle of legis
lative and administrative unity, it was not
HUfcerai. Bat the Hungarians would hare
none it; of they had set their minds on be
ing governed, both theoretically and prac
tically. a3aa independent kingdom, and
ocncfintioa on any principle but this, was
labour lost. One can understand that the
Viennese Court was slow in discovering
this. It may bare thought that the ten
dency in all States is from pronncial iso
lation to Imperial unity, and that if it per
severed, it would be able to fuse Magyar
asd German, aa the British policy has
fused the populations of the Three King
doms. Events bare shown that the Em
peror understood the stubborn indepen
dence of the Hungarians. At last they
have gained what they wanted, and, as Car
as can be judged from recent events, they
are likely to content themtelrea with their
new position. It was only in February,
1S67, that the Rescript was tssced for the
etabtlshmect of a separate Hungarian
Ministry, and in the September following
the financial ajstemj of the two sections
of the Empire were definitely dirided.
The change ia but of yetrday, aid yet
the t Sects are already teen in aU their im
portance. ot only ia U angary quiet and
tts ttrecsrth the tap port, and not the
terror, of the Empire, but the German and
other provinces. reHered from the ecra pli
cation of Hungarian intereste-, bare 'been
able to effect a Eerie of reforms which are
truly exlraordinary. These the Emperor
recapitclates with a see mine zest whvcb Ti
esrkio enough ia the bagetk of. the mart
i iraperiocs of the Mapsburcs. In everr
j country the course or reform is substantia
, ta same. We EnjKsh mar be proud
,0 J" Rwo,svJJLlMt5t?tiT ta,iw
w dNefined Uberties pW under the,
tioa of the law in foreign countries,
Hardly a tw or the ab-
4 ract dtX?i? , hid. ?,b,,
a the old time. and eluded almost
, P . herK ho?"
: miT t7 remarttnff thai tn some
! tI"c Ajistnari lgtslatnre a
"atstrippw- ns. and perform what we
nte to i promise ourselves for the
' w" "eAt Km' I he W
j?I?rleU if. r,er51or ths! K"efcsratli
?1 the7 t0 foathl w order or
aadthosewho read the summary
! f r "h' ? ef 'f1 ,wUl wcliaed
I t0 thl?k .th the foundations have teen
svcorelr laitl. ITie roitotioaof tha fi
mncw we tare alreaJr noticvd; the Em
peror aJiaiU that the chargvj on tho tax
parers har btwn hTT, and that onlr bjr
the greateit Brtioiw has a sound nUtuia
Utratioa beea ritxbtished. He ex)ecU
" that the impabe gtrea by- frwr institu
tions to labour the capital offer the prospect
that the burdens, being mote equally di
tided. will not ba felt so heavily." Chief
among- the reforms are the establishment
of the Imperial Hisrh Court of Justice;
the institution, of Trial by Jury in matters
connected with the Tress; a partial reform
of the Criminal Code, to be completed in
a future Session ; the recognition of the
constitutional independence of the Juda
ea ; the restriction of military jurisdiction
to matters of discipline ; a new Bankrupt
cy code, conformable to the lonr-eApre-sed
wishes aad requirements of the busi
ness world; the abolition of arrest for
debt ; the abolition of tho Usury raws,
which frees capital from antiquated res
trictions. Furthermore, the creation of
new entails, has been resuiated br law,
and thereby the division of land facilitated.
Then follow the practicle measures for the
development of the country, chief among
which are several hws for the establish
ment of railways. But. perhaps, the most
important change of all is that which has
been made in the relations of Church and
State. The various confessions have been
placed in practical equality; the civil richt
of marriage has been secured ; there has
been liberal legislation in the matter of
schools. All this is in little more than 2
years from tha establishment of the new
political system. The movement is rapid,
and yet there is no sign of a reaction ; for
the old order of things was ctterly discred
ited even before the collapse of 1S66. and
the men of the hour are acting promptly
only because the accumulation of years
presses upon them. The Austrian Em
pire has entered into the career of popu
lar Government, and with every hope of a
prosperity and power she has never hith
Lxaex a Tsadk. Stephen Girard had
a favorite clerk and always said he intend
ed to do well by Ben Lippiocott, So when
Ben got to be twenty-one, he expected to
hear the Governor say somethimr of his
future prospects, and perhaps lend him a
helping hand in starting him in the world.
Bat the old fox carefully avoided the sub
ject. Ben mustered courage.
'1 suppose I am now free, said he.
'and I thought I would ray something to
you as to mr course. What do you think
I bad better dor
4 Tes, yes, I know yon are, and mr ad
vice is, that yon go and learn the cooper's
trade, replied the millionaire.
luis piece of advice nearly froze Ben
out; but recovering his equilibrium, he
said, if Mr. Girard was in earnest, he
would do so.
'Iam in earnest.' and Ben forthwith
sought the best cooper in Spring Garden,
became an apprentice, and in due time
could make as good a barrel as the best.
lie announced to old Stephen that he had
graduated and was ready to set np in busi
ness. The old man seemed gratified and
immediately ordered three of tha best bar
rels he could torn out. Ben did his pret
tiest and wheeled them np to his counting
room. Mr. Girard pronounced them first
rate and demanded the price.
One dollar is as low as I can lire by,'
Lceap enough. Make oat your bill
The bill was made out and old Stephen
settled it with a check or 850,000 which
he accompanied with this little moral to
-1 cere take that and invest it in the best
possible manner, and if yon are unfortu
nate and lose it, yon bare a good trade to
fall back on, which will afford yon a good
A Bsrwzsat Essen, Prussia, determined
on enlarging his cellars, for which it was
necessary to "remove a considerable quan
tity of earth as quick as possible. He ac
cordingly engaged a good many men, but
without s proportional result, as they were
all incorrigibly buy. Suddenly, however,
a new spirit came over them, and they be
gan to work with a will ; every man was
at his place before the regular hour, and
ween tee time lor oreauast arrived, tney
would hardly spare a minute even to light
a pipe, l be brewer loosed on, and rob
bed bis bands witn a somewbat roguish
expression in his eyes. When the neces
sary depth had been attained, the men
could hardly be induced to leave, and were
anxious to dig deeper still ; and wbat waj
tee explanation ( the brewer, canning
man, bid buried an old earthen pot near
the surface, containing a slip of parchment
bearing an inscription in antiquated writ
ing, or which the following may serve as a
ataeh auety iert Set boried deep ;
ITho diS fiodj, lii H.B. ihU keep."
A .BoroaursEZ of Glasgow has suc
ceeded in producing serend landscapes
and marine views under the effect of moon
light, and these, when seen in the stereo
scope, are raid to be wonderfull faithfal
reproductions of the scenery represented.
Describing them, a correspondent says:
"In one cf these elides, m very marvel of
delieaeay, an effect of broad moonlight s
light wholly diSerent from that of day is
shown on a breaking ware ; in another,,
the moon is fjeea shining faintly through
the rifts of a ekmdr sky ; a third chowa a
calm Like ia deep shadow ; and a foaffafc.
a beach, from wfces the tide Ms neary
ebbed, with tie sooeGgfet gteaeiag oa the
wet and. Bet perbaea the teett perfect
"work in the eattectioa is the photograph
of a marble statse, aeao Ukea by the Beo-
Gr.txxT.oo KxTLMUTtoa. The exam
ple set by Mr. Hall, in his Arctic explora
tions, has produced a remarkable rSect in
Endartd. where the subject ofgemphicl
explorations always comtuwde more atten
tion than here. It has breufl to be ihoucht
probable that individual effort, or. speakinir
moro corrrctly, expeditions of indivldoau
instead of larce and cwtlr Eovtrnrucot ves
sels and outfits, are likely to produce the
desired discoveries. Mr. Hall has already
accomplished as much, to speak withla
bounds, as the MeClintock expedition.
This fact has not escaped observation. At
the last annoil meeting of the Royal Geo
graphical Society, Sir Roderick .Murchlton,
in delivering tha annual address, devoted
considerable" time to a project now on foot
for the exploration of the north coaet asd
interior of Greenland. It appears that the
amount of enthusiasm which for soma
years past has been displayed by English
men in .vipiae ascvuha auu iuu exaaiinaiioa
of etaciers, has led to tha idea of devoting
a little or the same sort of spirit to Green
land, which is regarded as much the Mras
sort of country as glacial 'regions in tha
hish Alps. Sir Roderick stated that a
Joung associate, Mr. Whymper, already
istinquished by his courage and self-reli
ance in surmounting ice utgocsi peass ol
the Alps, has conceived tha bold idea of
vuetrating along the surface of the Green-
laud claciers into the interior of this snow-
clad continent, he being convinced, front
the great number ot uwr that hud their
war to the envtt, that there are within tho
glaciers vteH-grassed valleya and recesses.
Mr. Wbyruper believes it is also possiblo
to trace by land the extent of Greenland
to tho north, which was one of tho main
geographical objects of the late projected
polar expedition, lie would do accompa
nied only by a well-traineii Danish guide,
who was ready at Copenhagen. A pre
liminary trip would be made next summer.
This enterprise Sir Roderick considered aa
truly the ne plus ultra of individual Brit
ish geographical adventure. While the
further fitting out or expensive expedi
tions to the northern regions, mar bo re
garded with propriety as a waste of money
and an nnjustihable risk or human life,
there is no reason why such a proposition
as this of Mr. Whymper should not re
ceive the warmest encouragement. The
various geographical and scientific results
tobe hoped for, justify tho individual effort.
Great interest will be felt here as well as
in England, in the progress of the plan.
Or the millions ot bottles or "cham
pagne'1 drank annually in this country, but
a very small proportion ever saw France.
Most or it is tha product or domestic " in
dustry," and this industry is one or tho
most profitable that is carried on in the
as in Belgium, champagne is manufactured
in limitless quantities by chemical process
es, without the slightest suggestion or the
juice, or a single grape from the champagne
districts, or any other districts. A circu
lar lately issued by a firm or Belgian chem
ists offers for $20 to reveal the secret or
producing " Grand Monseux, first quality,
the fabric price being ouly from seven to
eight centimes per bottle" that is to say,
the wine costs about two cents a quart,
but the bottling, with corks and tin foil,
raises the price to nearly six eents. Tho
estimate is thus made np : Raw materials,
GO francs ; corks, tin, twine, 15 francs ;
wages, one day's work, 5 francs ; 1,000 bot
tles, 16 francs the hundred, ICO francs ; to
tal. 210 franca per 1,000 bottles. " In sell
ing the thousand bottles at one franc each,
one realizes a profit or 760 francs." The
composition of the wine is, of coarse, se
cret : bat it is " produced by infasion, is
dear, very fermenting, has the taste of the
true champagne wine, and betters in get
ting old." The American dealers in this
champagne," Grand Moaseox," ought to
be able to retail it lor twenty cents a bot
tle, instead of three or four dollars. jV".
Tire Siaxesk Twtxs. The Edinburg
Daffy Review states that Chang and Eng,
the Siamese twins, hare waited on Prof.
Syme, at the Edinburg University, for the
purpose ol asEing nis advice as to the pro
priety or severing the intercommunicating
band by which they have been so long
held together. After a careful examina
tion, Prof. Syme was strongly of opinion
that such an operation would prove hizhlr
dangerous to their lives, and accordingly
advised that the operation should not be
performed, cir James l.Bimpson also
entertained the some view. The presence
of Chang and tng was taken advantage
of by Prof. Simpson, showing them to his
class of pupils, and at the same tirao Sir
James showed a variety of drawings of
adherent or amalgamated twins, of every
possible construction. Aa to thr Siamese
twins, he said they consisted of two per
sons, individually perfect, mentally and
bodily their circulations, respirations tct
not being cynchronns, their minds and
thoughts, of coarse, being entirely inde
pendent of each other, bat their bodies
anited by a band as thick as the forearm
and passing from the abdominal region of
each to the opposite brother. This band
contained within it the ensiform cartilages,
etc, dislocated and bid horizontal. There
was evidently free vesicular communica
tion between the two brothers by this
ExAinxxTiOa' AI Eewicia. Tha Young
Ifldiea' Seminary at Benicia, formerly ia
charge of Miss Mary Atkins, bat now con
ducted by Rer C. T. Mills and lady com
menced its annual examination May 2Gtb,
the recitations being beard inappropriate
class-rooms. A large number of visitors,
consisting of parents and friends of the
pupils were present, The proceeiisgs of
of both days were very satteemctorr
The crowning features of the affair were
the exhibition asd gradeatory exerewea last
evening, held in the City HaH. The roots
was literally jammed with ladies aad gen
tleman who bad come from different pari
of the State to witness these eala?T9faMae9a
which are always interesting. The enter
tainment opened with the Piaso Quartet
"Overture to Merry Wires of Windsor,"
Xicolai, by Grace Roberts, Julia Makes,
Emma Adams, Lizzie Eeeser. The piano
solo. " Fantfee de Metes ia Krrpt was
ieftatifwHy- ex seated by Kittie Spenser,
The diplomas were then pmesteti, aaet
the performaaee eoscleded with a etona
by- the school. The stage preseated. a
beautiful appearance, 139 joeeg Wies ar
rayed in white oeespyfag it, otif 19 of
whoa, however, araetawed. The vrMie n-
fitir jmaeeiot seUiaetoriI, aad rSeWbod
aFedrt apes tee tastMatioa.
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