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Every Wednesday Morning:,
AT S&-O0 PEIL AXMJ3I.
Stalled to Foreign Subscribers at $7.VO.
OrncK On Merchant street, west of
he Post Office, Honolulu, H. I.
Printed and published bj J. Mm Sam. at the
orernraetit PrintiEr. OSre. to whom aU buatneas i
commcntcs-tien moil b addressed.
. x. carnx. j. x. azxxxxsx. a. a. ooozx.
CASTLE Ac COOKE,
HCPOETESS, GEKERAL XEKCHAETS,
AKD GEJCERAL AGEXTS,
No. M Kiss; Street, cnl" the Chapel
Tbe Kohala Sarar Oxapan.r, nawail,
Tbe Halts Surar Ocanpasy. Mast,
The HawaHaa Sarar MBU, Jlani.
Tb Waialua S afar Plantation. Oahu. and other
hcjrw Planter, of WaioU an4 Eotoa, Kauai,
Tha km1-' El riantatkm, Kauai.
Dr. Jarae's Celebrated Family Medicine,
Wheeler A Wilsea's Sewiac Mirhtnea,
Tbe Giant PwdeT Gooapaar.
The New En eland Mutual life Insurance Co-.
SIl Tbe Araencao Steam lln-frod Safe Oo. flyS
A. C BCTFCJI. 31.
TOST THTSIdAIT, AXD STTEGEOIT.
Oflce and Residence JCo. SS Fort Street. TJoneialu,
trt boo saakak of tbe Carbolic Church.
At home day and Eifkt, ibra cot Trofesskaiallj
ILI.I.GII.J1 Jt CO.. 1
IMPORTERS & DEALERS TS HARDWARE, !
Cutlerr. Brv Gaols. PalnU aad Oda, and f.il
Merchandise. Si (, Kinr Street, neawiulu. jlMrf
rsasK SKOWS. GOBrXCT XK0W3.
mtotiTV at co..
IKPOETEES & WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Wtaea. Spirita, Ale, rtcter, lr , Jlrrcbast St.,
c B. Lrarccs. J. c. rncrsox. ,
LETTERS Jt niCKSOX,
IXPOEIEHS A5D DEALERS 15 LT7XBER, '
An. all Usda of BoMinc SateriaU, Fort Street,
JOIEV S.3IcGREW, ?l. ., j
PHTSICIAJ? AKD SUEGEON,
OSra In It L.Cbaw'a BaiMinc, Fart Street COf !
benra, trvta Sictit to Ten a X.. astl fom Tnree to !
Flee r x. Beaadence en Chaplain Street, between 1
Xasaan acd Fart Streeta. S-3m ,
ALLEK & CHELLHTGWORTH, i
TH1 citistie the General Merchxadrw and Sfaippias 1
bB5tnes at tbe abore port, wbere tbej are prepar '
e4UIiroUht&e JosUr celebrated Kawainaervta- (
toea. and audi otber Cecrcita a, are required by 1
w&atabipa, at tbe ahortaft natioe anJ on tie mart
reaaanabietemu. Firmodalnricaband. MtS I
aOIL"V X. lVATERIIOl'SE.
IMPORTER AKD DEALER TS GENERAL
HER CHANT ISE,
S Qneen Street, Uoooldc, XL I. ljS
IT. L. GREEX.
GENERAL CO lOtlSSION AGENT t SROEZR
Ofiee in rStT-tnxjf BnQdinrf on Queen Street,
neoalaln. H. I. - Hi
C. X. FTEXCIS. E. XaCTAKLXXX.
CAS. X. SPESCER fc CO.,
GENERAL COKMSSION KEE CHANTS,
Sit Queen Street ltraslnls, II. I. fljl
JIcCOLGAM fc JOIEVSO,
10 Fort at Hoaotaln, cpposfteT. C llencx'a. 1t5
C. E. iTIEEUL3IS.
KANUTACTtrEER, IKPORTER & DEALER
In Fnrnltnre of eTerr deacriptioQ. Fnrnirsre tTare
Boots on Fort Street, eppoalte Cba'a Fnotocraph
GaHerj. TTorkfbep at tbe old atasd os Hotel
Street, near Fort. Ordert from tbe other
1 iataade prooptlT attended to. PyS
BOOT AND SHOE Iff AETR,
41 Klar Street next to the Bethel. M molds. flTi
.TI. X. DOiAELL, i
CABINET VATT-B AND UPHOLSTERER,
Klag Street, IXooolBla, orpota Lewia' Ooper Shep. '
tl VTMI dct aod Mil aecond-hand Farnlrcre. (lji
JOBS TIXXET5. TBOS. S0XCSS05.
XIBSEXS Ac. SOHEASOS.
SHIP CARPENTERS & CAULKERS
At D. Eciter & Co'i 014 StarS, i
;j 3ear the HaaolcJv Iron wortx. lja i
XIIEO. II. 1ATIES,
TLart Jaxnx, Cxxxx 1 Co.
TJtPCRTER & C0JCM1SSI0N KERCH A NT,
axn astxT rox i
Ucjd'e and the liTerpool rsderwTitera,
BtiiMhaadFcveipi Marine Xnanrance Co, and i
Xortbern Awarance Occapaaj. 5-15 1
IMPORTERS ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS
In FashionaUe Oothlnc lists. Caps, Boots, Shoes,
and ererr Tarierv- of Gestlatnen'a Fsmishiss Gooda.
SnoWaBaBdiat.Mtrchaat Street Hooplals. oO-ljS
3. S. WALKER. 5. C 1UIJ.
WALKER Ac ALLEX.
SHIPPING & COKKISSION KERCH1, NTS,
Qoeex Street Hooolnln. IL X. jlji
L. L. XORBERX.
DEALER IN LUKBER AND EVERT ETND
OF BUTLDENG yATEP.TAT,
13 Omcx Corner Qseen and Fort streets. Ir5
BOLLES at CO.,
BTTTP CHANDLERS ASD COKKISSION
Qseen Street Hooolsln. Fartknlar attention paid
te the porchase and sale of Hawaiian Produce.
xxrxxt xt rxrxosstox to
CLBichardsaOo, H llacxfeld a Co.
CBraweraCo, C L Bicbards a Co,
S C Waterman Esq, jCatle a Coote. 3-lrS
IKPOETER & SEALER IK BOOTS, SHOES,
And Gentlemen's Fcrnisninr Goods, corner of Fort
and Merchant Streeta, HoootBla. &-lj5
GROCER ASD SHIP CHA2TDLER,
Mooer and Remsits fornished to Ships en themo
la tsTorable terms. Pf
Coasuuioa Kertixat xni Gt-eril Agtxt,
Importer of Teas and other Chines and Foreign
Goods, TTholeaale dealer in Hawaiian Frodnce, and
Agent for the rackaa and Amassln Ssgar Planta
tions. Fire-proof Star on Xnsasx Street below
AJPOAG at ACDXCK,
Inporttrti 'Wholesale tad Retail Dealers
la General Merchandise and China GoirJs, In the
Fire-proof Store on Snsanx Street, under the Pcbbc
F. A. SCHAEFEK at CO.,
SS) Hooolxlu. Oahn. H. I. Pt
ED. HOPES CHXAEGER & CO.,
IKPORTERS & COKKISSIOXXEECHANTS
41 nonolula. Oahu, H. L. Pj5
XITEODORE C. ITEUCK,
IXPORTER ft COXKLSSIOH MERCHANT.
IS noDoluls, Oahu. H. I. PT
IL IIACKFELD at CO.,
GENEEAL COKKISSION AGEKTS.
S-S Oneen Street, Hoaotxln, H. I- Pt
CHAKCET C. 11E.1SETT,
DEALER IN NEWSPAPERS, KAGAZDTES,
And Periodicals, Tort S4reet, BoDolala. pft-lrS
TT A T TT"Tr Q?.
I JXJt I V 3
St. C. CKatt U. XIXKI.
CIIAI.IAJIEI Ac CO.,
importers axd dealers is wines.
Spirits, -11". Jit- No. S. Nuuaau Street, ijHi
Jlercbaat ?lwt nanalala. II-l?i
D. H. HTTCHCOCE,
IS HBo. HawaB. P?i
A. S. CI.EGHOKA.
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALER
In UmawlM, Ftrr-protf Store, center of Qneea
and Kaahumanu Streeta. Retail LVtaUubmrat. on
Nnui Street, aad ca the carter fa Fort and note
"HOUSE AKD SIGS PATSTER.
Kinr Street, between DuSa's JIartet, and Caar
beH'J TaSor Shcp.
x. a. r. f iittx.
C. RREWKR Ac CO..
no.voi.CLr, n. i.
AGENTS or the Doiton and Ilonalnln
FarLrt 1.1 n c.
AGKVTS For tlie Jlakre, "Walltikn and
ACE3TTS For the Pnrcbaa ami Sale of
Iland Prodiic. 5-1t6
x. r. ebleks. a. jxrerx.
II. I. EIIEERS at CO..
DEALERS IS DRT GOODS AND GENERAL
Fire-proof Store on Fort Street, aboTe Odd FeOowi
1 A. SCIIAETER.
GEXT tor tlte B REM EX BOARD
Arvet fcr the XredeB Board of Underwriters,
Acext fiw tbe Ttesna Board of rnderwritera.
E. F. AOAiS. 5. G. XTILDEE.
AI.4JIi Jt WILDER.
AUCTION & COKKISSION KEECHASTS
Z: Qseen Street, Haoolxln, 1L X.
C. S. BARTOW.
Salesmen os Qseen Street, one door frcea Kaaho
mass Street IT-ljS
at. s. GRtrviiAVM" .t co..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fai5skBable Clathiccv HaU, Capa, Boots. Shoes
and eTerr Tarietr of Gentleraen'c inperkr Fsroish
lar Ooodi. Store in M aire's iUoct, Queen Street,
lloaolnls, g. 1. Mji
TURNPIEE STORE CHOICE GROCERIES
Corner of Xssasn 1 Faaoa Taller Boads. J13-iy
JOII.X II. PATV,
Notary Public sail Concissioaer of Deedt
Tor the State of CaMorsia. OSre at the Bank of
Bi5bp a fL, Eaahsmasn Street Hosolnls. S-lyS
II. A. WIDEJLOfrV. j
t OSor at tbe Isterior Pepartaent fl? I
G. XV. SORTO.. !
COOPER AND GATJGER,
At tie New, Stsad oa the Esplsasde.
He b rreitared to attend to all work in his line
at the Shop next to the Cwtcnn Hem, whet be can
be fdiUKl at an wortiup honrv. He ha oo hand 1
and ftc sale. Oil Catts and Karrelf dif trrent alxea.
new and eld, which be win teU at the rerj Lcwen
Market Katea, AU work dene In a thorccch tsaaner
and warranted to fire tvaUsfactMCL All kindf ol
Cooj-pricp llaterials and Too? fur aale. 1-Sa
F. II. Sc G. aCGELKE..
UK, ZENC AD COPPER SMITHS,
AJTD SHEET IBOK "WOKEESS.
5cna& Street, bers-eca Merchant & Quec. '
Hare conftantlrcn hand. Stores. Pipe. Gal-
Taaixed lira llpe, nam ana uoee liiw.
StcxkA, India Hsbber II o
IQ ,en4is pf 23 and SA feet, with cocpiinps
KT"3l and rape caxrrlte. Bath-Tnbt, and alM a
rery larjre stork Tinware c erery ccnptKHi.
rarticcUr attention piren to Ship-Totk. Orders
from the other Iland wiU be carefnUj attended to.
Thaakfal to the Citizen of Hooolnln and the
I Aland penerall j Xjt their liberal pstrooare in the
j-Mt. we hope bj strict attectko to bniness to zaent
the saaie tor the fstsrea. ST-lji
COOPEE AND GATJGER,
At the Old Stand, corzer King-1 Bethel Sts.
A Larre Stock of OO Shoots and aU kinds of Coop
ering Valeria cotta8tr 3ft hand. He ber bj '
attention to b&Mnes to merit a con tin can ce cf the
patronace which he has beretire enjoyed, and fcr
which he now returns his thanks. l-&n
j. ii. Tiiojipsorv,
Qaeea Street, Hoaolsla,
Has constantly oa band and for sale at the Lowest
Market Prior, a prod assortaeot r4 the Best Beoed
Ear Iron, aod tbe Beat Blaexsaith's Ocad. 3S-1t9
.ISO. XOTT. SIX'LSOIT.
JOUA OXX at CO.,
COPPER AND TIN SMITHS,
EAsaaaisaa St, eae doer score Elitaer's,
Bear leave to lxfata tbe public tbat tber are pre
rared to fsrcisb all Binds of Copper Work, such as
tills, Strike rans, Sorrxsra Fans. Worms, rumps,
etc Also on band, a fall assortment of Tie Ware,
arbkb we offer f,r sale at tbe Lowest Market Frier.
All kinds Krpairinr. done witb Xeatness and
DirnsUb. Orders froes lbe otber Islands will meet
witb prompt attention. l-3a
HOUSE ASD SHIP PLOTCBER,
Eiag St, two doors west of Castle & Ccoke's.
Has on band, Batb-Tsbs, War-Oosets. Wasb-Ba-sins,
Faroe and lift Fvmps, Lead and Galrantted
Iron Pipes, and Flcmbera Brass-works. Bets; tbe
onlr Plumber is the citT,be will execute all orders en
trusted to him in a workmanlike manner. ri3in
ME. J. COSXA,
JEWELER AED ENGRAVER,
Tort Street, opposite Odd Fellows Hall,
Is prepared toexecute witb promptness, all wrxrk is
bis line cf bosinca, sucb as Watch and Clock repalr
LICENSED SHLPPING AGENT,
Office oa Jsnes Sooiasoa & Co's Wairf,
ContisBes tbe business on his old plan of settlinx;
witb o&cers and seamen iounediately os their ship
piss: at his ofica. naTinsoo direct or indirect ooo
nectkm witb any outxttinr. eatablisbment. and allow
lac; no debts to be collected in his oSce, he hopes to
pre as pood satisfaction is tbe future as be has in
tbe past. l-Scn
FIASOS and other Musical
Instruments Tuned aad Repaired, by
iCHABLES DEEBT, at tbe Hawaiian
Lessons glwen on the Piano tfe Guitar.
be best of references rives. 51-1t5
TO. 1 and COOLIE RICE always
os band aad O sale by
t-Sm WALKXR ALUS. Aresta.
BBCCK'S P1TEST ZISC PAIXT
Zee best article of the kind 'imported. Foe
b p-lm) BOLLES A CO.
uas x. xrrrxa,
JUtt w. UOfX
METERS A. CO..
' EStPOETEES AND HAXCFACTUBEES OF
i IT ALIAK & AXZEICAS TTATiTiT.Ty.
MasteU, Oratea, Uoaaate&ta. TleaJUonea. Toeaba,
Tabtaa Boreaa aad Ooaater Tcaia, BHItard Beds,
. Fire Brkka. ria:er. tt. It, SIU Xatcet Street, ep
rotileOaUtoUe Cbsrch, $as Fraccbca, Cat lV2zac
j s. a, iimnct. c t. n
( SEVERANCE, CLARK & CO.,
ASD SHIPPING AGENTS,
i 405 Prcat St, eomsr of Clay, Sis Fraacitio.
! We wiDalleoJ ! tie aale of Scar asa aQ kinda
1 e" llastl rroSoce. a!M to tie porcbasi&c as j fee
I wariioc af Merchandwe. Ouh Jdraseea made a
:. c xtttr.i,
M'CRAREK. MERRILL & CO.,
Ilirfop etmcTJ In mr prrct Hujnra for
npwrnrd of trtlT yitn, &al titip lUvmtr-2 la m llrr
prooT Brirk Itondi&fr. w rr prrpaLrM to trctit aad
tfirTMp isf Il&sd Stsafxie, nrh Ninr, 5rmr, Rirt
rute, Ola, ftC. IB 3WlTUUf. OMitittst
PcijvHt KtKe&td for tb Orrcon Mirkf t, t wbkb
tri-ocMat anratkm iU h paid, Cx wbirfa tah
Jn&m will be am4 when rfsjcirisi.
Cbsui "r Itx4. ..Sxa rrurii-ro
Yrr4 Tttn . ,
IUJffT LtoJen Wrppr.
Jam ravlrjci Co
Urn T CVjaW-s&io k Oo
Surtm, IUitr k Oo
Altai t Levis . PcsrllAoJ
a TQtoa ... . m
Leonard t Greea lAjl
E. .TAa UEKP.
nirin; the test fsvc&tiea, liarocfh an latisute coo
seetiDa with the Jrnee trmJe fjr the pJt eifAt
J-". pceyiuva to trast kit Murines ectmted
t hi care, with difp&tch. 17-1t&
a. X. WTLLLUCS, H. I. XtaXCEaXr, C X. XDUSX.
WILLIAMS. BL AX CHARD &. CO..
SHIPPING A- COKKISSION KEE CHANTS,
40 SOS Treat Street, Ssa Francisco, fia
LA5GLET, CROWELL & CO.,
s; Cor.Esttery t Clay Sts, Ssarrsariseo, ICa
Stntomf Street, San Francisco.
Exte&izir frra SAcruaento St. to IttUeck Street.
HAVIXG BEEX RECENTLY REX
CTtueJ aad newlj TNsreUhed, tsake it the
mart cniet. fnwmical aad eoo&ruUe FAMILY
HOTEL la the State. IVlnf: cestTadT locate-I. ft of
itr ererr ladacemeat tr Bssaew Men al the Pub
i Tbe Tablep will be ooncta&tlT nnieX with ererj
IcxirrTtbe ztxtukft &ftrrli. TheAiaerieanExchutre
Oo-ck, with Ki Lahu, win be at the Arharres and
1ioU, to ccnTey pa9eacer to the Hotel free.
7-lT.. TLMOTUY 5ARGE3TT, IYcp'r.
BOARD OF TOD EK WRITERS.
nHHE C.VDERSIC.YED liarlnp been
JL appointed Agents f-X the San- Fran isco Board
cf Cnderwriters, ccenrrisinr the
California Inanranrc Company,
Mere Ti ants' Mntaal ?larlne Ins. Co
Pacific Insurance Company.
California Lloyd, and
Home Mtttnal Insurance Company.
Ber, leave to IrJona Masters cf Te.els and the peb
Ue ren trail r, that all Yecsels and C&reues, insared
by either of the abore Companies, araint rertls cf
the and ether risks, at or near the Sandwich
Islands will haTe to be Terined by theta.
l-Sm XL UACKFXLD at CO.
THE U.DER$IG.EDr AGEXTS of
the abore Company. haTe been authorized to
insnre risks on Cargo, Freight and Treas
ure, by Coaster, fnxa UocKilaln to all ports of
the Hawaiian Grocp, and Tke Tcrsa.
Mj5 IL HACKFELD k 00.
.1IER CMATVXS' MCXCAL
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco.
TUTS CXDERSIGXED hawlnfr Tocen
appoasted Arests ijr the abore Companj .art
prepared to Issue Policies on Cargoes, Freights
WALKER t Al.I.rV,
1-Sa Acnts. noool&lu.
THE C.VDERSICXED, AGEXTS OF
tbe abore Compasr, bare been astborited to
Insure risks on Cargo, Freight and Treas
ure, frum llooolulB to all porta cf tbe world, and
1HJ II. HACKFELD t CO.
EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE CXDERSIGXED hawing been
appiaotetl Ageata of tbe abet. Company, ar
I prepared to insure risks acaisst Fire, oo Stone aad
t Brlcxt Butldlnga, and os SXerciimndlae
t stored therein, on tbe most favorable terms. For
1 particulars apply at tbeomceof
t-lyi I. A. SCIIAXFEB A OC.
THE AGEXT FOR THE BRITISH
Ferries Marie e Insurance Conapaar, (Limit
ed), has rccerred tsstrnctioss to redsca tbe ralrs ol
Iaurance betwees Honolcls and Ports Is the PadSc,
and ia now prepared to Issue Pouaea-at tbe Xaareat
RcSa, witb a special redaction oa Freight per Steam
er,. Til DO. IL DAVITS,
43-tf -sf frit, Ar. JIar. Int. Q. (Limited
IMPERIAL FIRE KSURAXCE CO.
Of Loadoa. Established A- D. 1803.
I CASH CAPITAL, $$,000,000 In GOLD.
THE CXDEES1GSED OATDCO beea appoiatad
areata of the above Oompaay for tbe Hawaiian
' Tslinds, are pi e;ar ed to Insure against Fire on Erect,
Stone and Wooden Buildings, and on Merchandise,
, caj tbe awt farorable terms- For particulars, apply
My WALKER, t AIXEX.
DICKSON Ac BOLSTEC,
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
Klnc; Street, near Xnuanu.
u r Graininc Harbling, Gadin& Calsomlalar,
wajraper-baariac, Ac, a&- execnted oo tbe
S0borteat notioc, and on tb most ivaaonaUa
LETIS' PRESERVED MEATS
As assorts: eat. For sale by
IS BOLLES A CO.
EST EXGLISII Boiled Paint Oil.
Aaji.-.i-r a w.
MORE THA 100.0fl PERSONS
ICaK IISTntoxT to
The 'Wonderful Curatire Efects of
Dr. Joseph Walker's
CALIFORNIA VINEGAR' BITTERS!
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
"Tie Lift f dS ileii it lie Blood tlmof.
Forifr the Blood, and the health of the
whole STstem will follow. It is a Gentle Par'
1 rxtire. as well xs a Tonic
These miters are cot x ciidea pui. to ae-
Iipht tbe eye or please the fancj, tut x -drdl-exl
Prcpxrxtian, composed of the Best Veje-
txNe lnrrcdieots Knows.
Ceaasc the YttiattJ Stood, vtenerer yon
find its impurities burstioj thrunrh the skin,
in Pimples. Eruptions, qt Sores; Ceaase it
when to nJ it obstroeted r slorxisb in the
Ttim; Clcmu it when it is Jyl, and your
jtibf win tell tell you when. Keep the
Blood Xcaltlf, aad all will tt welL
Dyspepsia or Iadiestlon,
Headache. Pals is the Shoulders, Tihtcest
of tbe Chest. Cocph, Diaziness, Sour Eractx
tlonsof the Suntxch.BxdTxste is the lluuth,
Biliaas Attacks, PxlpiUties of the Heart, In
Sxmxtion of the Lunps, Copioas Discharges
of Urine, Pain is the Kepiac of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms, are
the oaFri& of this Dyspepsia. For these
troubles, take Dr. 1Valaers Yiserxr Bitters,
and quickly all painful symptoms will disap
pear. It Is a Ceatle Pursstive.
As TreH xs a Tonic, posscsstcr, also, tbe pecu
liar sent of xetia; xs a powerful treat in
relieving Conrcst'ion, or InSxmation of tbe
Lirer, and all tbe Visceral Organs. Is this
respect, these Bitters hare so equal.
Per Fecsle Coaplaiats,
Whether in tbe yoanr or old, married or sin
gle, xt the dawn of womanhood or tbe tsrn of
life, these Tonie ltitters display so decided xs
iaflnecce, tbxt a marked improTement is soon
perceptible in tbe health of tbe patient.
Fcr Infl&mraatGrr Bhetunatism,
Chronic Bheutsxtissi and Gout, these Bitters
hare bees most successful. They are exnsed
by ritiated blood, which is generally produced
by Jeran reraent of the Digestive Organs.
Pin, Ttrjpt and otber TTorstt, lurking is tbe
system cf so many thousands on tbe Pxeie
Coast, are e5ectuxTJy destroyed and restored.
Horbid. Condition of the Blood.
This is tbe fruitful source of many diseases,
sucb as Tetter or Salt Rheuta. Ringworm
Boils, Carbuncles. Seres, Ulcers, Pimples, and
Eruptions of all kinds. For tbe cure of these
various affection?, which are merely symptoms
of a Morbid C"sditios of tbe Blood, medical
science and skill bare not, as yet, discovered
a Blood Purifier equal to Walkers Vinegar
Diseases of the Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder. It thoroughly
eradicates eTery kind of humor and bad taint,
and restores the entire system to a healthy
condition. It is perfectly harmless, never prc
daeisg tbe slightest injury.
Bilions Beoittent Ferrers,
And Intermittent Fevers, which are so preva
lent in the Valleys of the PaciSe Coast, during
the Sammer and Autumn, and especially dur
ing seasons of snusaal heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied with extensive de
rangements of tbe Stomach and Liver, and
other abdominal viscera. There are always
more or less obstructions of tbe Liver, a weak
ness and irra table state of tbe Stomxeb, xnd
great topor f the Bowels, being clogged up
with vitiated accumulations. Is their treat
ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influ
ence upon these various organs, is essentially
necessary. There is no cathartic for this pur
pose equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
xs they win speedily rexove tbe dxrk-colored
viscid matter with which the bowels are load
ed, at the same time stimulating the secretions
of the Liver, and restoring tbe healthy func
tions of the Digestive Organs generally. Tha
universal popularity of this valuable remedy
in regions subject to miasmatic influences, is
sutScient evidence or its power as a remedy is
For full directions, read carefully the circu
lar around each bottle.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers.
B. E. idcDOXAXD & Ccl,
Druggists and Agents, corner Pine and San
some Streets, San Frueisco, Cal., and Sac
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Boston, Jane 21st, 1SC9
Mr. Editor: Tour correspondent was
one of the great multitude tbat, from the
snborbs and earronnding towns, west up to
Boston, to attend the great Musical Peace
Festival. After weeks of preparation, tlic
mammoth bnilding ibe Coliseum and all
the accessories needed for giving tbe fire
grand concerts, were ready, aod on tbe 15th
of June, Mr. P. 5, Gllmore, the projector of
the Festival, commenced the series, with a
chorus oflO,S6 singers, an orchestrsof 1,0W
isstrsments, a grand orgsn, xnd the accom
paniment of 100 anvils, . cannon, and all
the fire-alarm bells in tbe city.
Such a rendering of music wts a grand
conception. It was an experiment, especially
as the programme embraced some of the
most didcult oratorical choruses and over
tures of tbe best musical conipoei, nd
there was a multitude of prophets who dis
believed tbat the music could be siren
successfully. It was an experiment too,
Scanciilly, for alter xn expecse of 200,000,
it was x matter of some Importance that a
fitting audience should be In attendance, not
only to listen to, and appreciate the grand
music, but to reimburse the managers for
their great expense. Tbe result has proved
satisfactory to the critics, the nianxgers, tbe
public, and the newspapers: that is, tbe
whole world. The Musical Festival, as a
Bostonian observed, "Is In the past tense;
its record is a proud one for ns."
Tbe Coliseum is a wooden structure, on
St. James's Park, n itbin easy distance from
the central portions of the city. Its Immense
site does not, from a distance. Impress tbe
beholder, but near at hand, or when, inside
the building, one mores about, tbe space in
closed becomes apparent. It is 00 feet long
and SCO feet broad, and the ridge of the cen
tral roof is 100 feet from the ground. The
galleries, with scats arranged in amphitheatre
fashion, extend along tbe four sides of tbe
building; the parquctte, or main floor (150
by 200 feet), has the seats on a common level,
and the orchestra platform Is 100 by IIS feet.
A view of the benches, unoccupied, readily
convinces one of the fact that S5,000 persons
can be seated comfortably, while the nu
merous spacious aisles and passages afford
standing room for 10,000 more. The broad
spaces, also, under tbe side galleries, are
open spaces, for standing or walking. A
passage extends along the whole building,
back of the upper seat of the gallery, giving
an uninterrupted promenade of 1,G00 feet, or
a little over a quarter of a mile. This walk
proves to the pedestrian that he looks upon
an auditorium larger than has ever before
been built for a single assembly.
Tbe interior is decorated with flags of all
cations; hangiogs of red, white and blue;
the arms of the various States; emblematic
paintings of Peace and of Music, and with
other artistic designs that cover and relieve
tbe uurlnisbed interior structure. The ex
terior is dressed with pennants and tbe na
tional flag, while the booths and shanties of
itinerant traders and vendors of refreshments,
that fill tbe vacant ground, and tbe moving,
swaying, restless throngs tbat more on the
exterior platform, block up the adjacent
streets, and crowd onward through all the
avenues from tbe city, give evidence of tbe
magnitude of the occasion, and the attractive
nature of the spectacle that bas gathered such
a multitude together.
Five concerts were given, tbe first on Tues
day, the last, by tbe school children, on Sat
urday. From tbe first, the attendance was
Immense. It increased tbe second day, and
culminated ou tbe third, tvlien the rush was
so great that the sale of tickets, even for
standing places, was stopped in tbe early
part of the day, and hundreds were turned
away disappointed. More than 40,000 people
that day were collected within tbe Coliseum,
and still they pressed in. The managers,
soon after the commencement of tbe concert,
ordered tbe doors closed, and shut out, in
exorably, even those who, having tickets,
were late in arriving. It was fearful to
Imagine sucb an assembly in a panic startled
by a false alarm, or by any accident, the
result of over-crowding; the police in at
tendance declared themselves nnwtlling to
become responsiblerfor tbe management of a
larger crowd than tbat already on their
hands. At tbe ticket-ofSce, alone, at the
building, ou that day, the cash receipts
reached $46,000. It has since been facetiously
called " bushel-basket day," for, on counting
the "greenbacks," no handier container be
ing convenient, they were packed in a corn
basket. It was filled heaped Bp running
over good measure, beyond ail cavil.
It was the second day of tbe Jubilee tbat
we found ourselves comfortably seated,
about midway down tbe pxrqnette seats,
ready to be overwhelmed, annihilated, or de
molished, by grand emotions, just as tbe
musical Bostonians pleased. It is an hour
yet to tbe commencement, but the Chorus
are filling up their section, (It embraces two
fifths of the building), and the players on
stringed instruments are settling down Into
their chairs, or arranging their music stands
and scores, while the audience is thronging
in by the twenty or more doors, In crowds
that would fill a large hall In a few minutes.
They have come from the city; its suburbs;
the surrounding towns, far and near; by the
eteam trains; the horse cars; the steamboats;
private carriages; and even on foot, some
spending their " bottom dollar" to get within
the edifice. The crowd thai surround tbe
Coliseum, who do not expect to get in, but
have been drawn thither by the excitement,
seems larger than the crowd within. It is
sufficient for populating a large city. The
steam trains, alone, haTe brought Into the
city, this day, 81,000 passengers. Tbe re
ports of the officials of tbe various railroads
indicate tbe flow and ebb of tbe human tide
during the Festival. These reports state
that over 400,000 passengers were transport
ed, in tbe five days, over tbe roads.
Tbe tramp of feet, the bum of the moving
throng, is Incessant; the staring white pine
settees are being bidden from tight, while
gradually tbe human heads and faces become
masked In unbroken ranks throughout tbe
building. It Is a wonderful picture: before,
and behind ns, and on either side, thousands
S6.00 PER YEAR.
are seated. Tha galleries arc brilliant with
colors, and look like enormous flower-beds.
Only the heads of most of the audience are
visible, as they rise tier over tier. At a little
distance off, features can not be distinguish
ed, and the mass of faces rrscrrbles flowers
on tbelr stems, moved and swayed by a
gentle breeze As a California landscape,
decked out with tbe wild Sowers of spring,
presents a scene of bewildering beauty, and
an unbroken expanse of rich coloring, so
appears the vast area of the Coliseum. It
requires tbe aid of reason to correct the de
lusion of the eyes, that we are really gazing
upon human beings.
The hour for commencing has .passed; tbe
audience is mostly in place; Mr. Zerrahn
mounts the conductor's stand ; tbe Chorus
and Orchestra are ready; bnt tho guest of
the day has not come In: he is Hill in the
reception room. There la a movement and
murmur at the main entrance, and a few
plainly dressed gentlemen, arm In arm, are
seen entering. The leader turns to the cho
rus, and waves his bton ; the grand organ
opens, In full song, Its thousand pipes; tho
chorns and tho orchestra burst Into song;
and tbe electric cannon without give empha
sis to the accented notes. The music Is,
"Hall to the Chief 1" The audience clap
their bauds and shout ; handkerchiefs n avo
like a rippling sea; and thousands rise to
catch a glimpse of the President of the
He is accompanied by Admirals Farragut
and Thatcher, and other distinguished per
sons. They are soon seated In the places
prepared for the honored guests, and the
concert commences with Luther's Choral
Hymn, "A strong Castle is our Lord." Tho
programme embraces two choruses from
"Messiah;" two from "Creation;" one
from "Elijah;" and one from "Judas Mac
cabxus." Miss Adelaide Phillips and Ma
dame Parepa Rosa, each have an aria, and the
orchestra give the symphony (in C. Major),
of Schubert. Tbe performance occupies
nearly three hourse the great audience man
ifesting its approval with applause tbat rolls
through tbe parqnette and along the galleries,
like the summer thunder, and swells and dies
away like the noise of the ocean surf along a
sandy shore. It Is a prolonged rumble, full of
power and strength, like the rumble of an
earthquake shock. Many believed that the
music would be a noise, and nothing more ;
that the parts would get mixed, confused,
and discordant, so that all harmony would
disappear; but such was not tbe case. Tbe
chorus moved steadily along, taking up the
various parts ot the fugvtt with admirable
precision, and rendering the harmonies of
the great masters witb a majesty that was
marvelous. Tet when all were In full song
instruments and singers even In the forte
passages, mere loudness of sound was not
apparent : in fact, It seemed not above a few
hundred singers, in a smaller apartment. Tbe
Philharmonic Society concerts, In the Acad
emy of Music, In Xew York, produce quite
as great crash and thunder, as the Jubilee
singers, Tbe bxngings about the building,
tbe murmur of tbe andlence, tbe trampling
of those standing up, as well as the size of
the Coliseum, contributed to soften down,
and muffle the musical sounds. In the dis
tant portions of tbe galleries, some of the
pianissimo passages were scarcely audible,
while tbe full chorus only relieved the ear
from a strained attention.
This fact produced some curious effects at
tbe furthest end of the building, when tbe
piano passages ol the symphony by tbe over
ture were inaudible. Tbe music ceases sud
denly, and the natural cause Is locked for
tbe end of tbe piece but no. A glance
reveals tbat the violinists are all a-going
working away as hard as ever. At a wave of
tbe baton, 500 fiddle-bows show their ends
above the heads of the musicians; anon,
they disappear; now they all twiddle vigor
ously in short strokes, then drive along
short strokes, long strokes, up and down
flying in obedience to the magic baton. A hun
dred bands, too, are eliding up and down
the finger-boards of tbe bass viols the
whole orchestra are busy, but not a sound Is
heard. It is all pantomime. The fiddlers
are there, but their fiddles do not speak;
tbey are going through the motions nothing
The chorus, for Its very multitude, pre
sents an interesting scene. Tbo Conductor,
from bis stand, with bis back to the andlence,
looks upon the large orchestra, ranged on
either side and in front of htm. Tbe chorus
seats rise In tiers from tbe orchestra pisi
form. On tbe right are the Sopranos; on
the left, the Altos; at tbe further end, tbe
Basses and Tenors; while beyond them Is
tbe organ Its pipes without a casing, and
the organist seated facing tbe audience, at a
key-board twenty feet In front of tbe Instru
ment, All can watch the movements of the
baton, though not a third of tbe chorus can
bears word addressed to them from tbe Con
ductor's stand. Speaking-tubes convey his
directions to the various sections of tbe cho
rus, and to tbe organist; an oblong case,
near his stand, contains the knobs of the
electric wires, which the player of tbe can
non presses down, as he. marks tbe signal
calling for the boom of tbe guns. There Is
an appreciable moment between tbe wave of
tbe baton and the answering sound of the
guns; or tbe notes of the chorus, as tbe
large pipes of the organ answer dower to
the touch than tbe small ones, and so answer
the notes called for by the baton. Its wave
is seen, and you feel the sound coming. It
rolls along, as it were, full, mighty and so
norous. At the tap of the baton, tbe tuneful
ten thousand are all attention; at- another
signal, they rise to tbelr feet. It is a sudden
growth of humanity, or, as one irrever
ently phrased it, it is like a Jack-In-the-bor
expansion, when the: lid is sprung.
Tbe music commences, and now tbe
baton, wild with excitement, Is call
ing, here and there, to the musical host.
It calls to the orchestra, and the Instruments
wheel into tbe measure; it wares to tbe
chorus, and tbey answer witb a burst of eong
that rolls along the auditorium like the wave
oftheforestunderamlgbty wind. It hastens
the lagging parts; It turns to either side, for
those to join in that have been at rest for a
few bars, and so treble and alto, bass and
tenor respond to each other, alternate, or
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WITH KEATOTSSS AND DISPATCH
join In tbe chorus, as the tuoTcmcat of tho
figure requires. Ton fear every moment,
lest the agile wand shall outstrip tbe ponder
ous chorus; there Is waver, a little Bitch,
but It Is soon righted, and on tho host go,
till tho final cadence swells out In a nugnlfl
ccnt forte, and at a motion, the last note,
with a stacatto suddencss.
The Anvil Chorus, and the Star Spangled
Banner, were Introduced, though not in the.
programme, and as usual, produced storm
of applause. They were called for, at every
concert the novelty of cannon and fire-bell
accompaniment, and the ting of the anvils,
proving even more attractive than the clas
sical music Tbo anvils were arranged la
rows, and bad a difference of three tones, be
tween the ring of them, fifty producing one
note, and fifty the other. The firemen, In
appropriate costume, marched In, bearing
their sledges over their shoulder, and tbey
performed their tinting part with admirable
precision. The Anvil Chorus exhibited all
the strength of sound tbat could be produced;
every voice. Instrument, and accessory nolle,
was brought into play; the grand unison of
parts concentrating all the power upon each
single note. It, more than any other piece,
developed the effect of a mighty sound, upon
tbe ear, and It Invariably wrought the audi
ence up to an intense excitement. It was
the roll and echo of thunder among the
mountains, without Its terrtblcuess.
The concert Is over; tbe vast audience riia
to depart; there Is a hum, a shuffling, and a
confused murmur of voices; a sound as of
the multitude of waters ; tho whole andlto
xinm Is In motion. The scene Is tbat of a
vast hive, where swarming bees weave In and
ont, In apparent inextricable mazes yet,
such Is tbo cumber of doors of exit, that In
fifteen minutes, the throng are safely outside
and moving off In densa columns through
the streets leading Into tbe city.
It was no small merit of tbe managers to
get such a crowd together, to amuse it, end
finally disperse It, without accident orserlous
Injury to any one. Outside the building, the
policemen's " move on," though Inconveni
ent, was a necessary order. Meetlnga friend,
a former Hocolululan, on the outside plat
form, we stopped to converse. We vainly
suggested to tho star-badged officer, tbat
"two or three were not a crowd." In tbat
moving stream, no stationary units could be
allowed, as tbey quickly became the nucleus
of a complete block, to the Impatient throng.
There were no rows, stampedes, or crushes,
during tbe continuance of the festival ; It was
easy, safe and convenient to men, women
and children, to approach, remain in, and
to leave tbe Coliseum. "Let us have Peace,"
prevailed practically. On Friday, a row
commenced among the outsiders; there was
a hustle and jam, angry voices and rough
pushing, with Increasing clamor, indicating
tbe presence of passion and violence, but a
thin, wiry voice squeaked out, "let us have
peace." A thousand shocts greeted tbo ad
vice, with a hearty laugh, and tbe crowd were
restored to good humor.
Within the Coliseum, It was not practica
ble to either sec or hear perfectly. Every
one In the audience, bad bis or her particular
curiosity to gratify by eight, or comment to
make to a friend, and in one way or another,
Interfered with the particular desire of oth
ers. In our front, was a tali party, whose
head was powerfully active In shutting out
tbe view. His opera-glass was Industriously
searching tbe bouse, and Intent on catching
every phase of the animated scene. Our
bench voted the tail party's head a nnlsancc,
and resolved to advise him, at his next visit
to the concert, to leave Mat home. We look
edln vain, for familiar faces, through the
vast audience some one tbat we bad known
before. There was one sucb, not far from
our teat a Boston lady, to whom our alohat
ba'e been said at Honolulu. In conversing
afterwards, of tbe strangers of tbe audience,
sbe remarked tbat she had caught eight of us
on our entering, and that we were tbe only
ones. During the concert, while tbe audi
ence were Intent npon tbe music, a lady from
Chicago a Mrs. Onclap seated cot far from
ns, sank down to the floor, and was removed
to the reception room, where, In a few
minutes after, she expired. There was a
momentary ripple In tbe crowd, just In her
Immediate vicinity, yet, scarcely one In a
thousand knew what was occurring knew
tbat a human life had gone out under spch
The concert by tbe children, on Saturday,
proved as Interesting and pleasing ai any
other part of tbe festival. Tbe sweetness of
their voices, the beauty of tbelr appearance,
and the attractive songs selected for tbelr
performance, conspired to excite and delight
their pleased hearers. Ten thousand child
ren, Id one place, and carolling one long,
was an occasion cot soon to be forgotten.
Their songs reached tbe hearts of tbe audi
ence, and many, wbo stood tbe crash and
thunder of tbe adult singers, yielded to the
irresistable enthusiasm tbxt sprung up to
greet tbe juvenile chorus. It was that melo
dious sound wblcb steals Into tbe ears and
ravishes tbe souL The exercises of tbe child
ren, under the conduct of Professor Monroe,
produced beautiful and kaleidoscopic effects,
Tbey were movements of tbe bead, Inclina
tions of the- body, and motion of tbe bands
and arms. One of tbe most pleasing was,
tbe gradual elevation of the arms, until tbe
clasped bands formed an arch over their
heads, then a similar gradation down, ending
with a clap of the hands. Another, was a
quick motion, up and down, of their hands,
after being brought to a position abrea.lL
Tbe mass of children looked like a bevy of
birds, just about to take wing.
The great Peace Jubilee Festival Is over.
Boston tbat was crowded to Its foil capacity,
is again emptied of tbe vast concourse of
visitors. Its streets are again passable aad
Its population resuming tbelr ordinary occn
patlona. It Is proud of its Jubilee, and
boasts of Its triumphant progress, and suc
cessful close. Hereafter tbe human family
consists of two grand divisions. Those who
attended tbe grand Peace Festival and those
wbo did not, It was a grand, a memorable)
affair, aad cone of those who hare beea
present, will demur to any claim for praise,
or honor, tbat shall be made In Its behalf.
Tbe literature of the Jubilee will probably
be condensed by some enterprising editor
into a compact volume, for toe material of
Incident, grave, or humorous is abundant,
and hundreds of ncwipspers had correspon
dents on band to catch up and record,
exery exhibition of thought, sentiment aad
action. Description, criUsism and comment
will All out the page, so tbat tbe world bit
know tbat in tbe domain of music, as well
as of war and politics, there bare been won
derfal things achieved by tbe se&teetkiB
phrase, " Let o baro Peace."
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