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U A W A TT A M
BOOK AND JOB
THK "OAXSTTK" OFHCX
Is ww prepared to .terete all orden for
run m hot num.
VrrTH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH
Every "Wednesday Horning,
Stalled to Poreltm SoraK-xtbera t JTJW.
Office On Merchant soeet west of
j I n. tt aiifiii
he Post Office. HoboWe. H. I. j
QtnuM PrtaAt-ac OS.. 1. wWta aa bosinSM t VLj. - W tJVJ. 1
HOX LULU, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 18(59.
6.00 PER TEAR.
BUSINESS NOTICES, i
i. x eimx. j. a. nm a. s. wea
CASTI.V. A: COOKE.
IXPOETEES, GUifKHT. SEE.CHA5TS,
V M Knc Stmt. crr-1" th Seameirs Chapel
Tfc KMi fanr Oafat. BswsS,
Th Hmku Mpt Ms. Xui.
TV, Watar Sasrar HaMkl Oahx and other
Ik. T ami 111 Kit Wllllf Kmni.
sr JavWs FmJtMiJOik.
Wisliln 1 WR, S-.f IMIni
TV. sw EsnrUa. HMd lift Imeur Ox.
A. C BCFFOI. 31. I..
POST PETSICIAS. ASD STJBGEOS.
OScf and tU iis. Vs. 5 Tart SbkI, ItaMfeiG,
arst haw aaatai Mr. OMR lacrtK.
At hw day u4 atfAt. wfce not p naV9saruay
DIL.X.IXC.IIA3X .fc CO.. j
IXPOBXEES A- BEiTESSnr HiSD'WASZ.
OUIn. Tjtv nL Fatal u4 Out. ui RrI
lliiitiintii, No. til. Kc ieift Hwte nt-lrt ;
iii:ova A. CO..
IStPOSITES 4 TTHOLESJUX H'T.TTRS j
1 Tim fU. -1. Boctar. It. Xnrbut St..
x. aaxs.. s. e.-TiJEe.
AWAMS .V WILDER.
' tnrt. HwWt, H. I 1;1
M. ..CXiFELI A CO.. ,
GE3TIEAI. C0XHISSI05 AG3SKTS. I
ED. H0FFSCHLAESE3. & CO.,
4' HaaMa. ftaaa. H 1 Ijt
THEODORE C IIECCK. '
rKPaETEZ 4 C0KJOSS105' XZBCHA5T. ,
1 H.awJttte. Oafcc R L IS
F. A. SCHAEFER Jfc CO 1
Hoaalmlc (ate. R. I
EE .VERS A; DICKSO.V
11EP0EIESS A5D DEAIEES HT XT5KSES,
JLd all bab ct SaJdac 3UtrrlaK Fort Stmt,
JOIEV S.5IcGUKTV. .IE
PHTSICIAS ASD SUBGEOS,
OSxt ta H. t- Cfaue'i BaOdiac. Tt Street. OSe
bran, taa Eatht uTes A X.. aa Jroas Tare, t
TSn r. x. Ti aa"i ai I ac C&aatAia Street, between
Xaan aa4 Fart Streets. S-3bi I
ALLEK & CHILII5GW0EIH. j
TT1C waHaaaeta Ciaeral Mercaaaow. aa4 Saipfeac
Vanaen at tee atoee . -abere tkT are rreaar
ri U Tarawa ti Jvtle releVraled tmiav In
tM aoi Hd aoVtr Gasrana ai are refairrA be
-aaK 'a)e. at ta tborte staire aai OB tse onst
reaaaaableterraA Tlrevw2 alaa ac &AS&. S-lya
JOIIA X. WATERHOCSE.
HCP0ETEE ASD DEALEE LS GE5XEAX
Qaeea Street, Henarata, H. 1. lri
YV. E. GREEX.
OSee rc rirecrcwc- BaOAjur? oa Qsees Street.
naaaidr. XL I. Hjf
C 5. SrtSCXI. H. KACrAKLA-St.
CIEVS. X. SPESCEH A; CO..
GE5EZAX C0KX1SI0K XESCHAXTS,
U) Qaeea Street. Heoarata. H. I. t4
JIcCOLG.OT A; JOIEVSOA.
10 Fart rt.. SaBoiato. gpfoeiie T. C. Heotk'a. lei .
C E. 'VIEEIAJIS.
afASCTACrnEEE, HCPOBTEE t DEAIXE
In rwM'at aff ever. deMTiooati Foraitiire TTare- '
tmia Fort Street, roteCBe Rotigrir&
Street. Bear rert. Onieri from tt otoer
Maaaa praaal.T atlenoei to. (Ira '
SOOT ASH. SHOE y'TTR, j
AI' Kior Street, next ti the Beth!. Hnpolalt- Tyi i
31. X. DOXSELL, ;
CAETSET y"T ASS CPHOLSTEEEE, .
Enr Street, HaBaUda. appanU Lewia G5I S2Mp.
41". Hit bar aad fU ecveo4aa4 FcrBitara. lri
J0S5 Tlrt. TB05. $0tC5f ox. j
TIBBETS A: SORE3iSOX,
SHIP CAEPEXTEES & CAULKERS j
ap. AI JJ. i oikt suit uic JT.nrr:,
S Xat tbe IlaoalGls Iron WtckA lj
XIIEO. II. D.ITIES,
'Larr Janax, 6aaxx I Oa.J
ntPOSTEE & COKSISSIOS XEECHAST,
LIja"a mt ta LTerp.vt rBaoraritert,
rtaa aad Fareajs XAriae ItnaraDC Co, aoi
XattaMli AKcaraan OprapariJ'. S-ItS
EKPOETEES ASD WEOLESALE DEALERS
la tianakk CSatbiae. Hata. Can. Boots. Sboea.
aad efeer v.rietr f Cttien" Fsreisbing Goois. I
Snow's EaOfeac, Kercbant Saeet. Haaalcla. 50-Ij
J. S. VALAtK- S. C ALIXX.
WAESXER A ALLEX,
SHLPPISG ft C023GSSI0X 2CEECHASTS,
I,; Qreen Street. Hooolric IL J. Uri
E. L. TOKBEBT.
DEAIXE IS XuXEEB ASD ETEEY Eiiil
OF BinXDrSG VTTBIftL.
13 Omci Corner Qneea an Fort atreeta. lri
IJOLEES Av CO.,
SHIP CHA5DIEES ASD C0SX1SSI05
Qnesa Street. EsoolGle. rarticolr attention rail
to tb rvcbas and sal of Hawanan Fraine.
KxrrAssT rxAwusaex re
CLSiciurdsaCe. IH HackfoU aCo.
CBreworaCa. IC L Eicbardt A Co,
PCTTaKaTMAEat, Cattle A Cooke. IMji
EKPOBTEE & DEAIXE IS BOOTS, SHOES,
And Gentlenaes's Fsmisninc Goods, comer ct Fa-t
and Merchant Streets. Kjootaln. -U
GROCER ASH SHIP CHA3TDLER,
SIoneTand Bemits famiaVed to Snips ea tb nost
Id" fATorabl terna. Pji
Conroitiioa Xerchszt And General Agtat,
Inrportrr of Teas and otber Ccines and F-rein
Goods. Wbciej!. Dealer in Hawaiian Fmdnce. and
Asnt tor tb Pankaa and Asnannte Scar Ftasta
tions. FSre-fnhjf re on XEnaan Street, below
AFOXG A; ACHCCK.
Importers, VTkolessIe and Betiil Dealers
In General Mercbandise and China Goods, in tbe
Fire-proof Stcre on Snnansi Street, tmdet tba Pnblic
jr. c csAUavci- s- urns
cnAmjrr-i, .t co.,
DTPOSTEES ASD DEALESS IS VISES.
Sptrits. Ah, it . S. S. Scon Street, sssreast
D. 2. STTCECOCE.
X O T A K Y PUBLIC,
111 IUSa. BswaS. ,1ye
A. S. CLGGIIORX,
"WHOLESALE ASD 3ZTAIL DS.U.T?
SXUU5 mt. t A.T. UKXCX.
C BKETniR A. CO..
iioxoi.ri.r, n. I.
ACEJTS-Of ttir BoUon and Iloaolnla
AGKXTS-For tbr Jlatrr, TVillabt and
AGEXTS Far tiie Ptxxtlia ami Sale of
A. r. EEIXA5-. A. JAESCE. j
It. I EIILEUS A. CO..
DEALERS IX BEY GOODS JL2TD GEKEEAL j
rfcMcocf 5re c Tart Etrrrt. aVrrt CVM Mauri
F. A. SCHAEFER.
AGKXT for Ihr nKIZ?IK BOARD
Srttn artttVman Bri af .iilars
AnaS tar ta Tmsba Bdaai T raaera-nurs.
C, S. IIARXOIT.
Salesroom aafeiMa Slnrt, oa aW freal Kaun
BIM SteA. l'-iji
X. S. GKLMUm A; CO..
LtPOETXES ASH "WHOLESALE BEALI
la iV aaawh). OMMac BxthCaas. BeoU. Skaea,
aad ererr .anetr CfOjaana' fayen" Faraa4r
tac AVaV. wr is Make' Slack, ma Street,
TUESPIEE STOSE CHOICE GSOCESIES
11 Oarserar XcsanTaBoaTaBeT Soaac. T-lr
JOIIX II. PATY.
Soaiy Pibiic axi Ca-vitiicr.tr of Deeds
Fee ta Sule af CaUfarua. OSr at Ik Eaak of
Eisioy a Oa, EAAawaASB Street, Manatelc I-lj5
II. A. "1 VI D EJEVX3T.
ttee at ta laterwr lVpAratieat. .Itj
G. IV. 30KT0S.
COOPEE AND GATJGEE,
At the Se- Sus c the EsplirA.de.
He y rrepared te atta tr all a-.-ek hi aif Ss
At taeSW At tetfc Ctefttaa Hour. aere a can
1 1an4 at ail warktar baora. He bu as kual
A&4 lar at. Oil Cask, airl Eureb of dTcreat nle.
uea nl M, viura be win eeil at the Terr lowest
liartet Kates. AH ajrk danr ui a tborraca rAAaaer
as4 varraatei U pre airHfa-t.T,wi. AH kiaa. of
Ooareriac MaueiaW tai Tjoi, jr pale. lsa
F. II. .t G. S EG ELK EX.
US, ZIXC A2ST COPPER SMITHS,
ASD SHEET IEOS "5T0EKXSS,
Sciac Street, between Xerthsat & Qseen.
Bat c,$tABtlr on fcaad. Stre. Fle.Gal
nuei Ires fir, rtais aad Hoee Bibbs,
Kfry Stefvecckc, Ia4a Kabber B beat S-Hy.
ga leatii of S a36 feet, witb OMfnart
xnd jf caaTMeCe Eatb-Tab. aa4 alao a
Terr larpe atork Taa-are of eeerT aeatrtatas.
FartscBiar atteaooo pvea t.- Saap-trerk. Oriert
troBltbeutberlfiABaV wiL be earaMar atlenaed to.
Tbukfai to tbe Otfeees f Howtete asa the
1AUA4J peaera:' far tbev liberal atraare t tb
rarf. we bof by atra-t atteMMO to busing to nercl
th saae ta- tbe ftta-t S-lrS
JA3IES E. EE'VIS.
COOPER AND GATJGEE,
At the Old Sttr-d, ccmer Eirg A- Etihel Sts.
A Larpe Slock of 03 Sfeook ar all kinds d Coop
erine: ASerUl cowtaatie a baad. Be bopes be
attentaeo ta bnsasess to raerit a eenansaace of tbe
ratranare wbirb b bas berexcaore ere, ei, and f.T
wiiicb be now retcmc nu th.nk, 2-ra
JT. II. XIIOMFSCKV,
Qnees Street, Her-olili,
Has constantly ott band anj S&c sal at tii Lowest
Market Fnces. a roo a.wrunent of tbe Best lne2
Eat Iran, and tbe Best Baackssitb CuaL SvlyS
jxo. yerr. 5A"l yoTT.
joux xoxx a co.,
COPPEE AND TIN SMITHS,
TctV-c-TT st, one doer zbore Tlitr.ext,
leave to snfcn tb pabbx- tbat tber are rare
rared to fsmab aB kinds of Copper Work, sncb as
Stills, Strike Fans. Sorpbcnm Fasis. ITorBS. Fsaar,
etc Aiw on band, a fail assarixet of Tin Ware
wsicb we oCar Ik sale at tbe Lowest Market Frier.
AB kinds Erriri& done wttb eatnesa and
Strpetcb. Orders trotn tb otber Islands wffl ml
witb rrocarA attention. 1-Ca
3IR. Jf. COSTA,
JEWELER A2TD EKGRA7ER.
Fort Street opposite Oid JeHotrs' EaU,
Is frepared to CAecnte witb yrccaptneas. all work in
bis lice of basines. sncb as tTatcb and Clock repair,
inf. Xaanfartsrin r Jewebj and rjejarinc lnl
LICE5SED SHIPPING AGEKT,
0ie on J&tr.es Echisioa S Co' "Whirf,
Continnes the basin, on bis cU plan cf settiinr;
with oScers and eeanstn ImaediAteiT os their ship
piaeathtso&oa. Rarinr na direct cr indirect con
nection with any ostattinr estaMisbtnent, and aHow.
Int no debts tob caBected in bis cCce, be bopes to
cire as rood catisfactka in the fstnre as be has in
tbe past. I-3a
HOUSE ASD SHIP PL01CBEE,
Sine; Street, rext to the Se&rzes's BetheL
Has on band. Bath-Tnbs. vTater-CkaetA Wasb-Ba-siss.
Force and Lift Fxntps. Lead and GalTaniAed
Iran ripes, and Fltcnber"s Brass-works. Beinrtbe
only Flaaber in tbe city, be win eaecate aB orders en
tr&ed to bast in - w-orknsa&like ntanner. fl-Ssa
DICKSOX A; BOLSTER,
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
King Street, ntar Xnnann.
Graininr. Aiarblinc. GQsc Calxuininc
KranM-banHnc Ac . Ac- eAecnted on tbe
"shortest notice, and on th most reasonaUe
Piano-Forte Maker & Tuner.
All orders left at the Dmr Store of
1. 3L South JL Oa comer f Fort and
Bote! Streets, or at Wm. Fischer's
Fnrcitsre Bocans. Hotel Street, win
meet with isnte&ate attention. ne
PUL2COS and other SlusleaJ
Rlnstrwoents Tnned And Bepsired, by
--J-JCHAEAXS EEiEl, at th liawaiisn
Lessons fri-ren en tbe Piano &- Cnltar.
b best csT reiereaceepTea. fSl-lyS
irax - uns. ji.rs saocx;
tEO.A K. 5TEYERS Jk CO.,
1HKJ2TTS5 ASD XAACTUBEES OF
rr AiiAS & israiCAx iSEiEs,
slant,. rTr. XfsonnfteKt. ITwtStcw. Tmebc,
Ttr. Srirk. Hrte, Ac it.. 5CV Usrtet Street. - I
p.TMW-CV-Jv-C:trti. S litxmCd t5M. ,
t mtriTt-r. e. x. t-.nr. (
SETESASCE, CLASS & CO, j
ASD fHTPFPTG AGISTS, j
40i Trost St, ccmtr of Oax, Sas FrAnciiro.
f T3ala4 rnorc a3a ta tW pcir&Afixf aa4 f.iv .
vartetf f atm&aawuv. Cu idnam taai. rci ,
rc?.AirF.y. merrill & co
commission jiebgiiaots.'CAUFORKIA VINEGAR BITTERS!
Portland, Oregon. !
Ilirinr Na eeracri3 la to- Tersest ruse far !
Cf.w-Jt of tarr vvarft. aa beiac kvatrj la a FSre :
frwaf Brif k .PaaiJwF. aTajTrreparedtarfCriTeaad 1
Jnta. Ofiee. ear., ta a4nwtACK Oflb5rAEMttt e :
proWH aioiilxt Sr He tfcrrwi Mtrtfi, ta niara
fen wit atuaooa wM he Taat, aa rje. -hfe rash '
arar vM be taaae aaearefcbTd. '
Oarle W Ibtvf
J C ytrrr&i Os
jAaes Painck t CW
Wai T CatesMa a Oa
strrew. Fitter k O
AVaa A I"M
Innuia a Greta.
E. 31. TAX REED.
K an m , .Japan.
HftTiep tW bct ko!iC tan u fctintit wr
it lb out, .xl tfifo. H-ItJ
k x. vsizuES. e. i. ciyrgAU, c. x. xouis.
WILLIAMS. BLA5CSAEI) & CO..
SETPPISG & C0K3OSSI0S 2CEECHASTS,
SOS Frcnt Srrtet. Sji rrazeisio. I
LAKGLEY, CSOWELL & CO,
Cor. EAttery i Gat Sts, Ecu Eriidico. !
San fro me Street, San FrancUco,
Trteoiiti: froea 5vsnto SL U UaUeet Street.
HAHXG BCEX KECEXTLY REX
crSe4 uI nevlj icrB srv-if it tire
3Sft iaet. Kuwnio. axrd cborSaUe FA-ILT
HOTEL in tt 5it. Bficp cectTaJhr Vvle it d
Stn tret? 2eee3nect Sjt Sauzxtess 3Ie& fc4 tbe Ptb
TW TkUes vifi be ttMftaatl; nffCred -with ererr
lrarrtfce xzuLilet alTarfe. Ttie Aaencaa Cxekivarv
CWciC vita te4 Licfct. vill te at tW Vfnw aad
ZVcaotA. ta cmrrr twaM-arer t the Hotel trr-c.
TIMOTHY SAKGENT. Prer.
BOARD OF TOD EKWEITEES.
riTHE C.DERH..ED havlnp been
JL ftpviEteJ Apptt 1 r iVe Sax. rrActjj-ca Eoartl
of CiWrwTH or-iap tle
California Intnraccr Companj-,
.Mr re bant MntaaJ Marine In Co-,
Pacific Inttrancc Conipanj",
California Lloyd, and
Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Beg leaxe to ifilxaa M:r cf Tesiei a4 tfce fivb
bc ireeenST. tKat aB c TeeU m.tA. Cuies
lauetl Vt etlirr t tbe a bote OxcrtACJ, pkitit
;nb vif tbe ora ard other rik? at cr sear tbe
Aavtivricii IsUadj will bare to be reriel tfceic
2-3s U. HACKriILi) OCX
THE C.VDERSiei'ED. AGEXTS of
the abore Csapaay. hare been antbivired to
tnsmre nsks on Csrco. Freight and Trras
Tire, by Coasters, from Honoldn to aa pcrts cf
tbe Hawanan Grocp, and Tic versa.
5-lyS H. IIACKTELD A CO.
MARIKE LKSURAKCE C0KPA3TT
Of San Franc iseo.
THE UXIJEltSIGXED hsrinc been
appointed Arents for the abore Ctfanpasy .are
prepared toissne IVcxiej on Cargoes, Freights
WALK EE A ALIXX,
ICaa Arents. Honotds.
THE ODERSIGXED, AGEXTS OF
tbe ahorc Tsr ptrr. bare been antberixed to
insure risks on Carsro, FrelgUt and Treas
ure, from Honotchl to all ports cf the world, and
IHt H. HACKFELD A CO.
FIRE raSXTRASCE CO MP AST.
THE C7TDEHSIG.VED having been
appsenxed Arrets of the above Ccespaay. are
prepared ta inhere risks against Fire, fta Stone and
Brick Btaildin, and on ?Iere handl e
stored therein, on tee most favorable terms. For
psrticslars arr at theccScecf
S-lyS r A. SCHAXFZE A CC
THE AGK5T FOR THE BRITISH
FcreirB Slarioe Icscraace Caccpaay, (Limit.
edA has l-rceived mstrisctions to redoce the rates of
Insnrance between Uaoolnlaand Ports in the Padac,
and it now prepared to iame FoUrifs -at the Xovest
JfKfrr, with a rpepal rednctico on jTeirht per Steam
ers. TUEO. n. DAT1FS.
Atf Uffotl BrU. fir. Jltr. Ju. Cbu (UmUUJ)
IHPER11L FIRE KSrBiSCE CO.
Of Loadoi. Established A. D. IS03.
CASH CAPITAL, 9 $,000,000 in GOLD.
THE CSBEI15IG-VED HATING teen appoinled
agents cf the above Cotnpaay fur the Hawaiian
Tslrr4. r--y.-t t,tMCT,,piiirtWi.w,iWtl
Stone aad Wovdea FiMiBrs, and co Merchandise,
on the most favorable terms. For rorocaUrs, apply
at tbe oSce tf
23-lv TVALKEE ALLEX.
CRATER OF ETLAOEA, HAWAII.
ETUIS ESTABLISHMENT IS rfKfc
now cr.-n for tbe reception c visiters to
uicano Uoasse, who may rely cat fcndirc cout
ttabie rooriis. a roc-i table, and prorar-t slteodaace.
Exprrknced rsdes tx tbe Crater alwaysoa hand.
STEA3 ASD STJLFETJE BATHS !
Horses Grained asd Stabled if Desired
Parties vMtinr the Volcano ria H3o, can procure
..ti.u warrAated to fnake tb Joemey, by D. H.
HrrcBCocz. I. S-Iy.
TjrXTS IUSBLED AXES
enaSty. Tor sabs by tbe case arrets!
(1-Sa) EOLIXS A CO. .
MORE THAX lOO.efB FERSOXS
ZEAX, TTntT TO
The ACcaderftJ Curative Effect! of
Dr. Joseph "Walker's
tht GSEAT BLOOD PUEITTEE.
"Tie Lift au Jai sir tie !fi tlrmf."
Pnrify the BVeod. and tie health of tie
wb.le system will fellow. It is a tiecCe Par.
rAtire, as wefl as a Task.
Tsese Batters are set a rilde4 pS, to 3e
lifkt tie eye or ntease tbe facer . Lt a itedi
caI Preoaratsas. ooapasej cf tie Best Tere
taHe ADrredreats ktyaara.
Caraase tbe VitimtrJ Bkd. whetctrr tod
dc H kaparrties barf tier; threEra tie skis,
in Piajilee. Ercrtiou, r fares j fea.r it
when Tan nod it abstracted er ;lscrsb in the
TVeae.- Cram4f it wtt: it is . a4 recr
eettaa wul teli tell Ten when. Sees) the
Breed Icaatny . aad all wffl te weU.
CyspepsiA cr In digestion,
Hraiaehe, Paic is the thanWcrj, Tirhtsess
of the Chest, Cosrhs. Diuiness. 5dcr Erccta
tiass af the S lajsaeh. Bad Taste ic the Month,
Bilians Attachs, Pa!phAtin r the Heart. Ia
fArsAtstc f the La.Br?. Cepioss Diseharres
of IT rise, Pain ia the Eerien of the KedzeTS,
and a haadred other paicfnl srsiptatas, are
the afirricr f this Dyspepsia. Far these
truhtes. take Dr. WAfter's Vtnerr Bitters,
aad nicklr all paisfcl srsptnss wul disap
pear. It is a Gentle PcrsAtire.
At wl it a Tasie. nsLvt,in. o the Tie,' n-
li, r,.ne rtf a,it- a nw.rfhl aeent IB
reijerinr Cot:irestios, or Icisaiati.n of the
Lirer, aad ait lie Ttseeral Organs. Ia this
respect, these Bitters hare n ecsl.
Pot Pern si e ComplAints,
"Thether ia the Toenr or aid, taarried or sia
jrle. at the situ of woaanhoed er the tsra of
ike, these Teaie Bitters display so decided aa
iaCseaee. that a marled itapnTerceot is saoa
pereeptehle in the health f the patient.
Per IriiarsrastcrT Hheratis3t.
Chreaie BheaciAtista and Gswt, these Bitters
hare beea most saccessfaL They are cansed
hj TitiAted blood, which is rrnerally prodsced
hr deraajrement af the Dirrstire Orpsns.
Pi, "aneaad other n'arsss, lcrhia in the
systeen of so saaar thonsAnds on the PAciSe
Coast, axe eieetsaUT destroyed aad remoted.
ilerbid Condition of the Blood.
This is the frakfttl soaree of cany diseases,
snch as Tetter or Salt Rhennn Rtncwona
Bails, Carbaseies. Sores, rieers. Pic pie?, aad
Eruptions of all kinds. For the cere of these
rariees arTeetioBs. which are merely STt-ptotos
of a Morbid Cndrtjen of the Biood. taedieal
seiesee asd skill hare aot. as jet, dtscoTered
a Bleod Pcrii er eqsal to Walter's Vine jar
Diseases, of the Blood,
Lirer. Kidneys, aad Bladder. It thoroarhly
eradicates every kisd of heater aad bad taint,
aad restores the eatire systeoc to a healthy
condition. It is perfectly harmless, never pro
dceinr; the slightest injorj.
Biliocs Bemitterit Fevers,
And Intermitteat Fevers, which are so prera
leat ia the Valleys of the Paeie Coast, dnrine;
the Snrnmer aad Autama, aad especially dor
iae; seasoas of nacsoal heat and dryaess, are
invariably accompaaied with eAteasive de
raarrments of the Stomach aad Liver, aad
other abdemiaal riscera. There are always
mare or less otstroctiens of the Liver, a weak
ness and irrataMe state of the Stomach, aod
crest topor of the Bowels, beinc dor red op
with vitiated aceamclations. In their treit
meat, a parratire, eAertiar a powerfnl iaSa
ence cpon these varioas orraas, is esseatitlly
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sllk CulIlvnttotv lu Japan'
The epidemle -which has now existed for
soat years araenr the European sllk
tronos'has riven rise to the fear that this
source of calth to our country nay be nlti-icAtclj-
destroyed. AUtwonh the intrfdac
tion lolo ItAlr of seoJ exported from Japan
has been productive of pood results, vet for
sorae time past, the rumor has prevailed In
Italv and Franc, that the Japanese silk
worta wi also lufocted utith the sarae dls
ease. lleoec, the apprebeBsion that theseed,
-Bhieh Jspaii has furaishrd tu sach larce
rjUAntlilc, w-oald shortly have to be souftit
These reports, spread either by accident
ordeim,and which hare been so readily
rreeivrd, have originated from the fid that
notwitBstAtidina- several taerchants fcstc ar
rived In JitviD (rota ItAly, France, and other
countries, for the purpose of pareaasing the
talive seed, still, not one of those travelers
has, as yet, beea able to penetrate lato the
Interior of the country, or to assert, from
act oil observation, vthat decree of benefit
mleht be attributed to this seed,
Tbe necessity of throw Ivur some lirht on
this point, suprested to M. le Cotatedela
Tour. Alinister for Italy at Japan, the Idea of
orcanixjts an erpedition luo one of the
provinces of the Empire, which has been re
garded ts of most note in tbe silk culture. In
order to closely study the method adopted
by the Japanese cultivator for the reartnc of
the sllk-oona. The Count de la Tour se
lected, as the season most fivortble for the
enterprt-e, and oficrinc greater facilities
for the desired observations, the commence
ment of the month of June, the time when
the worms bare reached the tno last stAcrs,
the period of commencing: to spiu and the
uaasformalioa Itto the batterSy. Mindful
of the desire often mAnifestcd by the cruin
rwrs, to visit the ellk producicc districts of
Japao. and wetchlnc tbe obstacles that pre
vented the realization of the wish, bad they
been anxious to undertake aloue tlie expedi
tion Into the interior, the Count de Ia Tour
resolved to accomplish an end which would
beneat the coramereiAl Interests of his coun-1
trv, and at the same time be asneaDle to his j
countrymen, bv connecting with the expedl-!
lion some Italians, who, by their special '
knowledge aad ex;ericnce in tne cultivation
of the silk-worm, aad the silk trade, would
be ia a position to study the question with
care, and thus render more serviceable the
aim that the expedition hid in view.
Tbe total Absence of eSeient means of
communication with, tad tbe uncertAintr ol
the reception by the people, of the first for
elsn expedition that has penetrated into tbe
Interior uf jApan, demanded that the J pan
ose Government should be Informed as to
tbe projected tour. In order that it could
adopt such measures as it thought mifht
render more convenient the progress through,
and the sojourn at, the different districts tbat
the expedition proposed L vlsiL The assist
ance and compuisance thlt tbe expedition
met with aloni: tbe whole line of route tbe
res-alt of the communication to the authori
ties, bv tbe Count de la Tour evinced the
cood tilth and cajrerucss of the Government i
to avoia cverviutns v,uciisc .wu,u
possibly have rendered dangerous or lucou
venicct, the pnrrs of the tourists.
The expedition, which leR Yokohama on
IheSUi ot June, wis formed by tbefollooinj;
reatlcmcn: The Count de 1 Tour, M. le
BAron GaIvastua, Secretary of the Legation,
Messrs. E. Piato, F. Meatra, P. Savio, and a
Japanese interpreter, who were aecorapAuIed
by An escort furnished by the local govern
raent. The mulberry plant, already cultivated In
MosAcbou, doe not assume anv real import
ance until the left bank or the Toncncswa Is
reached. The white mulberry docs not exist
in Japan, "here the plAnt with black fruit,
and either round or jAcred leaf. Is alone
kcown. This Is found everywhere: by the
loot-paths, along the banks of tbe canals, and
In dumps in tbe middle of cultivated fields.
It seldom reaches above a belgbl of three
metres. The Japanese cultivate it generally
in bushes, and lop off the branches close to
the earth? re-invtzoratoc the stump by man
uring it with animal manure, or the dung or i
the silk-worm, exposed on trellises, and dried i
bv the rays or the sun. Tbe same means of j
manure are emploved for the mulberry plants ;
which are allowed to grow into trees ; in i
which case. It is spread on the soil that tar- j
rounds the trunk. j
The re-production of tbe mulberry Is not I
effected by seed, but by slips. In the spring
season, a plant about eizht Tears old, is cut i
off close to tbe earth; "the stump Is then
covered with soil, and shortly produces fresh ,
shoots; these ire lopped off from the trunk
the following autumn, and serve to produce I
Ireso plants, wmcn are uuurtsucu tut ani
During the autumn and winter seasons,
tbe Japanese preserve their cards in smill
paper sacks, wbich are suspended from the
ceilings in dry rooms; no smell Is allowed to
penetrate Into these store rooms, which are,
besides, never lighted by means of oil. In
order further to preserve their cards from
damp, many cnltlvators store them in boxes
made of the ittnloftia wood.
It is alone by atmospheric influences that
the batching of the seed Is effected. In reg
ular seasons, this generally takes place from
the 20th to the 25th of April. Tbe seed of a
single card usually batch in tbe space of three
dsys, but in the better quAlities, the process
takes place in even one day. In order to
regulate a certsin qualitv in tbe silk-worms,
it is only on the second day tbat food Is given
to those that are hatched on the first.
During the three first stsges, the worms
are placed in small bamboo baskets. In an
airy room, which is heated by a charcoal
tire; during Ihe fourth and fifth, they ire
placed on trellises, in a well-ventilated apart
ment. These trellises, which are likewise ol
bamboo, ire 1 metre and SO centimetres in
length, and 1 metre In breadth; they ire
covered with small mats of rice-straw, and
piled one on tbe top of the other, (generally
ten at a time.) to a height of 20 centimetres.
At the commencement, food is adminis
tered six times during the 24 hours; this,
with the rn creased age of the worm, is, how
ever, reduced to four, and even three times,
dories tbe same period. Up to tbe time of
the third change, tbe food given to tbe
worms, is composed of leaves which have
been cut up very fine, and during the later
stages, they are fed plentifully with tbe small
branches or the mulberry plant. A large
iron knife Is used In cntting np the leaves,
Tbe Japanese have no objection to reed tbe
worms with leaves yet moist with dew,
though they prefer tbosc that are dry. In
some localities, it was remarked that tbe
cultivators moistened the leaves with water
when the atmosphere was very dry, and it
times, with witcr mixed with sikt, (spirit
fermented from rice,) when the worms show
ed any signs of weakness.
The silk-worms ireallowed sufficient space,
and after the fourth change, they are placed
on trellises, at an average of a thousand to
each one. The bed Is changed every day,
when the worms are made to pass on to the
fresh leaves by means of nets spread over
the baskets, or on the trellis. These nets
hare meshes, more or less large, according
to tbe age of the worm for which they are
employed. Between the straw mats and the
worms, the Japanese generally spread a layer
of rice husks, in order to further preserve
the insects from the damp.
The bashes employed for tbe purposes of
cocoon spinning, are of various forms, and
usually composed of rice straw, interwoven
with small branches of tbe rape plant, broken
off after seeding time; the height cf these
spinning bashes does not exceed SO centi
metres. The cocoons are gathered in from six to
eight days after the worms begin to spin,
when, if they are destined for reeling, they
ire exposed to the rays of tbe can in order
to suffocate tbe chrysalis; should tbe eon
not have sufficient power to effect this, tbey
are placed In small paper boxes, ind suffo
cated by means of charcoal fumes. a Tbe
MMuint rennireH ffte hreedln'r- are strinoed
of their web, and arranged by tbe side of
each other on trciiises; taey are men cov
ered with sheets of perforated paper. In order
to separate the butterfly from the cocoon.
The butterflies emerge In about fifteen or
twenty days after the commencement of the
spinning, when they arc placed ou different
sheets of paper, remain coupled tor about
six hours, after which the males arc removed,
and the paper on which the females remain
Is shaken. In order to provoke the secretion
ol the fluids. They are finally removed to a
darkened room, on cards placed horizontally,
side by side. In the form of a square, tor
roanded by a frame ol lacquered wood; here
they are left for the space of twelve or six
teen hours. On each card are deposited from
10) to 120 butterflies, according to their
There are no extensive reelers In Japan.
Ecach cultivator has the produce of bis la
bors reeled by the women of his household,
and where there are no hands available, tbe
cocoons are sold.
The system of reeling Is still very primi
tive; the cocoons being plunged Into a cal
dron of boiling water for four minutes, are
then distributed to tbe reelcr, ho are
seated before a basin of water which is kept
at the boiling point by means of a small
furnace placed underneath, tnd by means of
a small branch of sorgo unite the ends. Af
terwards, detaching the first thread of the
web, they reel it very fine, and cause It to
revolve round a small reel, which Is placed In
front or the work-women, and so they clean
the cocoon ; at the same time they fasten the
threads of the now cleaned cocoons to a
hook which Is placed at tbe right of the
basin. Tbe operation of cleaning being thna
accomplished, the reelers again place In the
water the ends of the threads left by the
preceding reeling; with the left baud they
then set in motion a small reel ol the cir
cumference of from 40 to SO centimetre.
The threads run In passing through a small
ring, which Is made of human hair, and to
which they adhere firmly, by means or the
af, (to and fro rrovement,) wbich accompa
nies tbe thread on the reel. In order to re
new the thread, three or four cocoons are
taken from the hook on the right of the
basin, and drawn with the hand against those
reeling, when the thread unites itseir to the
others, through the velocity with wbich the
spinning is going on. TV'hcn the wheel Is
well covered with silk it is put aside, and
next day, after having slightly dampened tbe
silk with water. It Is reeled on a larger wheel,
of a circumference of 1 metre and 20 centi
metres to 1 metre and SO centimetres. Ac
cording to calculations that have been made.
It Is estimated tbat a reeler produces an av
erage of SCO grammes of silk per day, with a
yield of 1 kilogramme of eilk for every IS or
16 kilogrammes or cocoons. The reelers
work nine hours, and earn, according to
their skill, SO or CO centimes per day.
The reeling, as well as the culture or the
silk-worm, is thus carried on in Japan, bnt
on a limited snle, the largest that was no
ticed consisting of but 16 cards- Tbe Jap
anese My particular attention to tbe situation
or their silk-nurseries. All those that were
visited in the principal centres of cultivation,
in tbe province ol Giochiou, at Signal, at
akast,lratska,,,blnamnra, and at Maibasbl,
everything surrounding the well-to-do culti
vator, and the frugal colonist, was remarkable
for the most scrupulous neatness; whilst tbe
ventilation of the establishments, and tbe
salubrity or their situations were excellent.
Everywhere the silk-worms were round to be
strong and healthy, and without tbe slight
est indication or the dreaded ptbrinc
Tbe crop or tbe cocoons gave proof or
great abundance. At Cbiuimura, In the silk
nursery or M. Tahe, who Is one or the most
extensive and well-kmown cultivators of
Giochiou, it was remarked that amongst the
sixteen cards tbat be bad batched, the mor
tality did not reach 1 per 1,000.
The expedition, after having remained
some time in tbe central silk localities of
Giochiou, continued Its route in tbe direction
or Ikarro, Tagasaki, and Omiicbi; thence il
traversed the mountainous district or Musa
cbiou, and returned to Yokohama on tbe
2fth of June, by the way of Omjio and Ha
tchogi. The Investigations wbich the members o!
the expedition were enabled to pursue, con
cerning the cultivation of tbe silk-worm at
the different localities they visited, and the
minute observations tbat tbey made, at tbe
same time, regarding the sanitary condition
or these insects, have been productive or the
happiest results. Tbey have been able to
testify, not only that there Is no existence of
the rorine in the worms, bnt tbat this dis
ease is altogether unknown to the Japanese.
This testimony is of tbe nature to give a pos
itive denial to tbe idea spread In Europe
concerning tbe infection of the Japanese
seed, and will serve at once to calm tbc ap
prehension of our cultivators on the subject,
and to inspire them for tbe fotnre with im
plicit confidence as to the quality or tbe
original cards or tbls country.
Before closing this report, it were well to
add a few words as to tbe reasons wbich
canse tbe blgb prices or the cards; such be
ing neither in accordance with tbeabundance
of the crops, nor with tbe large quantity of
cocoons wbich are set aside for tbe purpose
of breeding. Tbe hlgb prices of the toriont
may be, perhaps, attributed to tbc losses
which attend the re-production or tbe seed,
in the form of a parasitical insect called
"Oudji," (Japanese for Mystery.) This lit
tle insect, which exists In tbe embryo 6tage
in the silk-worm before the spinning season,
has long been known in Japan; it comes to
life in tbe chrysalis, and eats its way out of
the cocoon, after having destroyed tbe chrys
alis itself. The destruction caused by this
parasite varies, according to tbe season, and
to atmospheric causes, from 20 to SO per
cent. This proportion applies solely to tbe
cocoons which are required for breeding, as
in those which are devoted to reeling pur
poses, tbe chrysalis is suffocated befere the
"Oudji" pierces the cocoon.
This report, treating exclusively of the
question of the silk-culture, does not form a
record of tbe observations on other matters
which may have attracted tbe attention of
tbe members of tbe expedition, during their
progress through tbe various districts. Tbey
have endeavored to confine their remarks
strictly to the subject under consideration.
Japan Gazette, July 2d.
Closixo or tba Thaxej Tcsxil. Last
night tbe Thames Tunnel was finally closed
as a public footway. This nndertakiag, which
at tbe time or its design was considered a mas
terpiece or science, and wbich ronaed a com
mnaieatioa with the river Thames between
Botherhithe and Wapping, was, after numer
ous difiiealties, finally accomplished and open
ed oa tbe 33d or March, 1S43, having been
commenced by Sir I. S. Brunei, ia 1S24. The
total cost or the tunnel was aboat 600,000,
but the East London Bailwsy Company re
cently purchased it for a little over a third of
that sum. Tae Company will ran their trains
through tbe tunnel, their line bringing the in
habitants or Wapping, Shadwell, etc., within
easy distance or Soalhwark Park.
The London Telegraph has the following
For the modern antiqnirj a persoaage
whom the rapid and destrnetive progress or
Western emulation ia late years has reader
ed mneh more useful and interesting to the
community than the Oidbucks and the Grosses
of former days the eloringof the Thames Tun
nel is aa eveat not to be pissed over without a.
word of notice. Time was, hardly half a gen
eration ago, when the " guide, philosopher aad
friend" oftheeountry visitor to London, could
still describe the Tunnel "indeed one
aatoagst the wonders of this truly wonderful
age f aad at that date, as in the half gener
ation which bad preceded, the Thames Tunnel
was really considered a noaienraas yierranas
arc aa everlasting memorial or what men
might do in burrowing beneath the floods, as,
by the Great Britain and other bow superseded
marine monsters, they coald nbsolctely defy
tbe adverse influence of tbe ocean's surface.
It is not yet sixty years since Sir Isrambard
Brunei stumbled upon that cross-sawn log of
timber at Chatham Dockyard, in the eads of
which he saw tbe results achieved by the labors
of teredo tuxtata. It ii aot more this forty-
five years sine the sarao lersntoot aad oril
nal ntau commenced, on the fsHnclplo of tat
arena's engineering, the excavation of the ton
ne! between Rotberhtthi and TOtr-plng. Wo
do not now dwell on all th moving accidents
principally by flood which diversified the lix
teen jears' labor; the five times repeated Irrup
tion of th river; th failures of machinery;
the long interval of blockade, whil th ctlv
attack was suspended between 1S3S aad 1JJ5.
Enough that for barely half a million sterling
was constructed a work of engineering skill
uniqu ia the world ; aad that, daring twenty,
fiva years, tbts achievement of combined tciecc
and intrepidity might b any day inspected by
tb foot passenger between the two baakl of
The old order changes, giving plae to th
new ; and even our modem antiquary may find
comfort la the fact that the East London Rail,
way Company has carried the Thames Tunnel
onward and upward in th seal of being ha
made it subservient to th progrtsslrt triumphs
ot all-eonqutring steam.
" Th King is dead. Long llv th Ktag I"
Th Thames Tunnel doth but suffer a
change, aad still exists la all its old glory
not, indeed, for th pedestrian or coach pas
sengerof 1S4J, but for th railway traveler
oflSJO. "Though much is taken, much re
mains ;" and th voyager from Shadwell and
Wapping, bent on a Saturday aftcrnooa'a en
joyment iu Sonthwark Park, will toon be pri
vileged to revet in all the scientific marvels of
the Tunnel, withouttbose rheumatic reminders
of his visit which the explorers enjoyed In tb
days of unassisted human advancement through
iu'ehild and gloomy vista.
Edccatiox av the South. Gen. Arm
strong, wbo is at the head of the Hamp
ton Normal and Agricultural institute,
near Fortress Monroe, passed through
town yesterday, on business connected
with his school. As our readers know,
Gen. Armstrong has organized s manual
labor school for colored teachers at Hamp
ton, Ta,, where ho receives as pupils
young men and women who propose to
teach among their bretheren in the South,
and has had great success, thus far. In his
undertaking. His school now has a vaca
tion of three months, and will reassemble
on the first of October. In the mean
time, he is building his main edifice, a
handsome brick building, which will cost,
when completed, some 35,000, and be
one of the best school houses in the whols
South. Near il will be placed the colla
ges in wbich his pupils are to live, in fam
ilies of six or eight, with a garden plat,
and the appliances of a rural home.
These pupils, who now number about
sixty, come from several states, frcm,
North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mis
sissippi, etc, as well as Irom Virginia;
-they pursue a strict course of study, and,
in their leisure lime, wors on tne larm Be
longing to tbe institute, or the building
which Is now going up. Tbey are paid at
the rate of a dollar a day for their work,
while their board is charged to them at
25 cents a day, so tbat by a week's work
they can almost pay for the board of a
month. Most of them are young men and
boys ; and they are reported by General
Armstrong to be ipt at study and easily
disciplined. The school, at present, is
supported by the American missionary
society, bnt the cost of the building is
paid in part by an appropriation from the
freedman's bureau fand. The rest some
$15,000 mnst be raised by subscription
at the North, and we bespeak the inter
est of our readers in eo good a work.
Gen. ArmstroDg, wbo formerly lived in
the Sandwich Islands, and was familiar
with successful manual labor schools there,
feels no doubt of the success of his enter
prise, in which be has embarked with
great zeal. lie feels, as all refiecltog peo
ple mnst, that the future of the South de
pends greatly on the education of the col
ored people, for which the States are not
likely to do much for years to come. The
work must be done then by private re
sources or by the general Government, or
by both co-operating with the people of
the States. The whites of Virginia are
careless about tbe education of their own
class, and still more so about tbat of the
colored people, and very little can be ex
pected of them. The general Government
should give its department of education
the means to do something for schools in
the South, and perhaps Congress can be
induced to take some such action next
winter. Springfield Republican, Jnly 30.
ExcLisn LrrzBAxcRE Iktzristixo Manu
scripts. Some very interesting additions
hare lately been made to the manuscript de
partment of tbe British Mnseam. Among
the most noticeable are a number or private
letters or the author or the " Juntas " letters
addressed to Woodfall, tbe publisher or th
JorniNj AdreriueT, in one or which Junius re
flects on the danger or discovery, and altera
tbe place for receiving letters at tbe Somerset
Coffee House. In the same letter he promises
that Woodfall shall in due time be mads ac
quainted with him, and be encloses soma
sheets of tbe first edition of the collected let
ters corrected In MS. by himself; is well is
the draft of a letter signed Junius, addressed
to David Garrick, So date is attached to this
letter to Woodfall, bat it is supposed to hsvo
been written about November, 1771. Th
handwriting is excellent, and evidently dis
guised. A holographic letter of Sir Philip
Francis to the Earl or Bnchan, placed side by
side with a few sheets of tbe above. In a show
case, eaables those who believe him to baTO
been tbe author or the Jnnius letters to com
pare tbe two handwritings, and, though it is
difficult to believe that the scrawling pen of
Francis eonld ever hare traced the crimped
writing of Junius, there certainly eiisti a ca
rious similarity in the formation of soma of tbe
mors marled letters that occur in both. Pro
ductions or a still more modern date, bnt or
great interest, are a collection of manuscript
documents made by the late Franeis Place, of
Westminster, relating to the history of politi
cal and trades' nnioni, the manners, morals,
and general social condition of England, to
gether with papers relating to the celebrated
Westminster election of 1818. Two additional
leaves bare been added to th eleven already
.. , . . . !. T.I i
in tne toseom, ot a very sscoiy illuminated
genealogical workon vellum, designed to show
tbe descent and alliances of tbe royal houses
of Spain and Portugal, from the earliest period
to the beginning of tbe sixteenth century. It
is supposed to hare been execated by Simon
Benichias and other Flemish artists for tb In
fante Den Fernando, third son of Emmanuel,
King of Portugal. Another work worthy of
notice is the rolnme of English ballads and
romances from which Bishop Percy selected
the poems published under tbe title of " Keli
ques of Ancient English Poetry," written
about tbe middle of the seventeenth century.
A curious letter from Eir Walter Scott to Mr.
Slide, disclaiming th authorship of the Wa
verley Xovels, and dated 1821, has also lately
been bequeathed to the trustees of the liuseura
by the lata Mr. Felix Blade.
The Cxar decrees that parents forelag their
children to marry or to enter convsots still
b imprisoned. A 5
Ax experienced old gentleman fays that aB
that is required for the enjoyment of love or.
SAUtaes is confidence.
The TsYsr York Sn remark, that Dsast it;
by aeoidest, brother-to-lAW of the Pf iiMit,-