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Every Wednesday Morning,
at sgjjo rnn -IXXCJI.
Hailed to Foreign Snbribr l $7.u.
Office Oa Merchant street. west ol
he Post OEce, Honolulu, H. I.
Printed aad pmalisbed b-f -- -Her Snvrn. t the
fsovercmeut ri-vutinf; 02r. t whom a3 basin
f-vsnnUTllcltMrls must b aJdrsed-
a. x. umi. J. l. itmm a. L ccctx.
CASTLE Jfc COOKE.
IXP03TE3S, GESE3AL HESCHA5T3.
AND GESE3AL AGENTS,
Set SO Itor Street, trf Seamen's Chapel
- SStirTS ru
TV, KontalA Srr CtaptiT. Hawa".
TV Haiku Sarmr teiur, MaeJ.
Tb Hintei or XAK Mant
Tn VkMu PUatetiM. Qiaa. aad other
Sarar Ptaaters of Xul u4 Kefc, Usual.
Ta Kir FUatArfefl. KAUai.
Dr Juk i Celebrated Fas-tay Vedsria,
prkeeWr 1 Wttw.', 5wS Msehlnea.
The tHaat Powder CtaquT.
Tfc "ew Ect Xilnl US laimM Ox,
jjj Ta A&rriraa Strut nuirot Saie Co. f lyS
a. c. mTFrroi. 3i. x..
POST PHTSICIAS, AND SUEGE05
OBt ul fUnrt X. Tert Street. tlrsiurs.
. . v ..V.I ..S .t. rVUmW CkRrvk.
At bra dT ul nsxht, ween Bet prefcasctaly
DIU.EVGIIA7I A: CO.,
MPOSTZSS ft DEALERS IN HAB3WASE,
Catierj. Drr Goods. Paint lad Oils, mad General
)IfniuK. . , K1I street, HxuSalu. U;lv
run a low, conraxr aaews.
rstPOBTxas at wholesale dealers
In VHn, Spirits, . rcler. i1""' I1-
Ai.uns Jt inucu,
AUCTION i COjtGatlSSION JTXBCHANTS
El (J Street. Hwuh. H. L fly I
II. ILICKFCLU Jt CO.,
GENF.BAL C021HISSI0N AGENTS.
-57 Queen Street, Iloesalute. II. I- fly
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO..
IXPOETESS is C03QaSSI05XE3CHA5TS
BpU. twhtt, IL L Pl
THEODOICE C. HEITCK.
DCPOKTES & COSOaSSIOS XESCHAST.
1.5 noalt. OOhl IL L flT
K. A. SCILlEPEIt Ac CO..
nncfla. 0ia U. L Pjt
C. B. LXVCKS. J. C BICKSOX.
LEAVERS & niCKSOX.
XStrOBXEBS AM) DEALERS 15 LTT3CBES.
Jjkl sll Usdi of Bu19b JUWritU, Tort mt,
JOIIA SJIcCUEW, .n. D..
PHTSICIAX A5D SUBGEOS,
Ofl la IX. L. Cbu"t BsiMiBt. Tcrt Sinrt. 02c
been, from Elxt tTra A X.. i4 from Tarr U
nn r X. Mlrw on Cfcjpbls StTMt, Iwtvrra
msJl rrt Slmn. Sm
ALLEK & CHnXETGWORTH,
TTBl ccntUx iW Gsrml ):cthuliM ul Sfclf plus
buM t tb .it putt. kr tbj r t"r.
d tJ tmrBtoh tk jutlT c-Mntol Kiili rota
tor,. u iota trtntiu M r r. (olri tj
vh&WMfx. u tk lacrtnt iwrtte ul ra tb mot
numVKlRst. rkralliibia4. Mjt
JOIIA T. -IVATEISIIOCSE.
IgTOSTEB A5D DEALEE IK GEHEBAi
S Qsms Stmt. Utu(ata, XL L. lji
"IV. E. GREE,
OSm is rirprwV BaiUiiui n Qa ftrnt.
5J nonoblw, IL L Clf
C. 5. SPC5CKC H. KiCrlUJU.
CIIAS. f. SPEXCEK &. CO.,
GE5EEAL C0JOOSSI05 JtZBCHASTS,
Qawa Stmt. IIwotelB. IL L flj l
3IcCOEGAA Jc JOIOSOX. I
MERCHANT TAILORS, i
10 rrt tt.. BunolBlg. cppmlt T. C. nncfc'. 1? i I
C. i:. WIELI.tJIS,
HASTjTACTt77.FR, DtPOBTEB & DEALEB
la rBratsra at trrrf ttxriftiia. TuroHui VTcr. J
GaHcty. wenacp u tb oa ftaaa a uti
1 bUi promBtlT ttttajfl ta. PT
BOOT A5D SHOE yAKTR,
41) Eht Strett. mlt I tb Brtbri. nnoq!. Hj
M. X. DO.fXELL,
CABIKET ymrm AKD UPHOLSTEEEB,
Kiof Stmt. Booofola, onxvtt Lewi CWpir Sbap.
41 b,y ib-1 u iCTB4Aa4 rpraifrg. riji
XIBBEXS A: SOKESSOX,
SHIP CAEPENTEES & CAULKERS
Si yrtbnaitB2Inia Wtrfa. IlJ
TIIEO. II. DATIES,
Lin Jumt, Gxm A O.J
ntPOBTEB 4 COJOOSSIOS XEBCHA5T,
5 &ijt m
UJTt Ull tb LtTrpuut Ca.lrritr.
Ertrtb ud jrria Mwia Lwaruc Ca amd
XmjMfl Ambtvict Ovapaar- -'T
UVJLLV Hit OTHERS,
DtPOBTEBS ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS
t. r..t,Lu f-iMrr H&ta. Car. Boot. Sboe,
aad tit ritjr af CaUaia't crabbia GwJU.
2m BotkJmt. MrtbaatStr.HaBalBl. W-lyt
J, I. VALKIK. S- C. AtLtT.
WALKER &. ALLEX,
EHIPPCrG & C0SOOSSI05 3CEBCHA5TS,
1JJ Qntg Stmt, naU). IL L Prt
L. L. TOKBEIIT.
DEALEB IS LtJHBEB A5L ETEBT KDTD
OF BtUXDrSG 1LATEBIAL.
13 Orm-Oiur Qsra bad Itxt rtrwtA. lji
BOLLES & CO.,
SHIP CHA5DLEB3 ABO C0XSO2SI05
Qbb Stnct, Ilntolala. riztlCBlar atuatkn paid
ta tbprtbaaadalcf HavmSaa Preface
urau it rrfTim"" to
CLKkbArdaaCai, U UAcblAlaC.
CBnnriC C L Kkbardi A Ca,
DCWatrmaaI. Ctte a Caat. ji-lji
IXPOETEB & DEALEE IK BOOTS, SHOES,
Aad Catlaea-a JaraiiblBC Gooda, ear c Tart
aad Mfftbaat Strt. HjbwIbIb. -IJ
GEOCEB. ASD SHIP CHAHDLEE,
HaefTbad Bacniti rarabbrd to Sbipa sb tb ant
It taTccabl raja. lji
Cojsaicdsa Xtrchiat ai GtsersI Age-t,
Iaparttr aC Tmj aad tbr Cbia aad rmifa
Couda, Tblal Dalr ta HawBliaa Pralaoa, aad
AfMtfJTtb raakaa aad ABHlU Scar PUata
tiaco. rtzS Saa SWA
AFO .I G Ac ACHE OK.
lB;oztcr Vtoleul asd Ectoil DeaJtn
T r .. .t VmWiu mu Gaoda. fa tb
IVarBgrEbnaaSxsaaaJltrMt, aadar ti labile
VOL. Y NO. 39.1
X. C. CBALIAMIL.
CIIALLAJIEL Jt CO..
ULPOBTEBS AKD DEALERS IK WLXtS,
SpiritA. AW. It. ". 5. SBOaaB Strt. eppciU
Mrrcbaat Stmt. UooolahL. KS-iyi
D. H. HITCECOCS.
A OTA II Y I VXI LIC,
lij 118. HaaiL pj
A. S. CLEGUOKS.
WHOLESALE AKD BETAIL DEALEB
la f .rrbaadis. ITrprxf Smt, ctmr f Qra
aad auJhuui SlmU. Btaa XumMbaaaU. ea
Haati Stmt, aad a tb oarar d rrt aad Utrt
IIIUU tm. K.A.T. CAXTIb.
C. UREIVI'.R Ac CO.,
COIimiSSION ItlEHCHANTS, j
iioxoi.ci.r, 11. i. '
1CE-TS Or th Boton nct Ilonolultt J
Packet Lint. i
AGEVTS Far th Jlakr, Wallttkn ami
AC EST For tn PnrtnaA and Sal of j
Itl'aml ProdlK. 5-ljS
i. r. rsir. A. JAtors. !
II. 1 EIILERS A: CO..
DEALERS IK DKT GOODS AKD GEKEBAL
rirnf SUnoa Tert Stmt, aVjt. Odd rUw, i
F. A. SCIIAEl'ER,
A CENT ror the DKEJIEX HOARD
.ilL X CNUKE'tt EIT E1LS.
Ajr.t fur tb. Deefea Board at Uaierwriten,
I r.nt far tb TWaoa Beard at Cadcrvritcra.
C. S. IIARTOIV,
AU CTIO N EER,
Slrooai oa Quea Stmt, dgwr frum Kaabn
am Stmt. MjS
31. S. CKISBAOI Ac CO..
LtfPOBTEBS AKD WHOLESALE DEALERS
la rbjJBAl Clocaiaj. Hata. CSf, Boot. Sbors
aad frr titWt at Catfcmn'. tafrrhr rBraiab
Uic Stoc. ia 31aie- Blxt. Que a Stmt.
TTJBKP1XE STOBE CHOICE GROCERIES
1S9 Q.nr of Xacaaa 1 Paaoa TalWj Eoada. H-lj
JOIIA II. PATY,
Kotary Public aid Coii5ioatr of Deedi
Toe tb SUt of CaliaVaU. OtSc at tb But of
&abp a Ox. KaAhaauaa Stmt, UoooIttU.
II. A. 1VIUE3IA,
-Jge at tb Iatctfar DepartaieBt. Pli
G. IV. SORTOX,
COOPER AND GAUGER,
At tie Kew Sl-,i oa tie Esjlaaade.
II is prepared to attead to all vote la fcla Use
at tb SVip ait t tb Cwtom Hoc, wbere b can
b (mad at all working boors. II baa on band
aad fiir sale. Oil Ouks and Barrels of diferent lizr.
aew aad otd, wbCb b wot Nil at tb very Lowest
Market Kate. All work doaia a tboroofb maaoer
J M.t.,. ..t . AU kind, of
Cooprin lateriala and Tools for sal. 1-3C&
F. II. Ac G. SECELKES.
TUT, ZIKC AKD COPPER SMITHS,
AKD SHEET 1305 WOBEEBS,
KEsaan Street, betweea 2tereiat 4 Qaeea.
llaveconsUBtlreo band. SUes. Pip. Gal
KH raalied Iron pipe. Plain and llos EAts.
R3ar Stop-cocks, India Rnbber Uo best Sply,
gjLgr.'rll ia lentbs of S and test, with owphnc
and pip complete. Batb-Tubs, aad also a
eery large stock of TSaware of every description.
Particnlar atUation riven to Ship-Wot k. Orders
frocn tb other Islands wBl be csrehUy attsaded to.
Thankful to the Cidien of Uoaotnln aad tb
Islands reoeralty for their rfteral patreoay la tb
past, wc bop by strict attentfca to basin to merit
tb sam for th f atnr. 3-IjS
J.UIIX L. LEWIS,
COOPER AND GATJGER,
At tie Old Srad, eoraer Eiag 4 BerJiel Su.
A Larr Stock of Oil Saovks aad all kiads of Cooo
eriac Materials constantly Jfi baad. He bepes by
attentMa to bosinesa to merit a contincanc of tb
pAtroeage which b bas beretofjr ecjoyed. and for
which h now retnra his thanks. ISm
J. II. THOMPSON",
Qaeea Street. Hoaolsla,
Ha constantly oa band and tor sale at tb Lowest
Market Prices, a rood asanrtment of tb Best Beaned
Bar Iron, and tb Best Blacksmith s CoaL S-lv
5ax r. sort.
JOIEV OTT Ac CO.,
COPPER AND TIN SMITHS,
Eaaiaraaaa St, oae door abore Elitaer't,
Beg leav to intsrm th pnblie that tby an pre
pared to fnrntsb all kinds ef Copper Wert, such as
Stills. Strike Pan, Sonrhnm Pans, Worms. Pumps,
etc. Also en band, a fall assortment cf Tin Ware
which w oSer for sal at th Lowest Market Prices.
All kinds of Eepairing don with Seataes and
Dupe ten. Orders from th other Islands wfl) meet
with prompt attention. l-n
3111. J. COSTA,
JEWELER AKD ENGRAVER,
Port Street opposite Odd Fellc-s-j' Hall,
Is rrrpare-ltoelecut with pronjtns. all werk in
bis Ha cf bosinesa, socb as Watch and Clock repair
ing. Maaufactnring Jewelry aad Eniraving. l-3m
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
0c oa J ant I Bobiascn. 4 Co's Wiar&
Contiau tb bnsinees oo bis eld plan of settling
with .cSfers and seamen immeoatsle oa tbetrshrp-
tinr at hi ode, ilaviarao direct or tadirect coa-
Bection vnu uyoiaiasz dmmws
iagBodebUtob collected in Us cCce, he hopes to
giv as good saJisfirtioa la th fztnr as b bas in
HOUSE AKD SHIP PLOTCBEB,
Eiaj Street, aeit to tie Seaaiea'i BtieL
Has on hand, Batb-Tubs, Water-Closeu. Wash-Bn-sias.
Force and lift Pumps, Lead aad Galranrxed
Iron Pipes, aad rtumber' Bras-works. Being tb
only rtumber in the city, he will execute all orders en
trusted to him in a workmanlike manner. l-Sai
DICKSON Ac BOLSTER.
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
Kins- Street, near Snaau.
Orainiar. Marbling, GBdtag. Calsrsnhirtg.
afr-A ParrhAA2iajL Ac. Ac executed on tb
lVj0borteS ootie, and on tb moat reasonable
Piano-Forte Maker & Tuner.
AUordT lefi at tb Drug Sun cf
J J. X.Sasitb A Col. corner of Port aad
Hotel Streeta. or at Wm. Ftscber's
rumitnr Booma, Hotel Street, wffl
naeeC with rmraeittate anentioa. ?-6mc
PIASOS and other Mimical
llsatrunsesta Tuned nad Eepcired, hy
!i i iiTbr
Lessons sriraiom tbe lHame fe Guitar,
h Lest of rtferencesgrvsu. Sl-lyS
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 18G9.
ini a. mm. 1 im s. ltocx
LEO It. MEYERS V CO.,
ntPOETEBS AKD XAKUTACTOBEBS OP
1TALIAK 4 AJtEBICAK XABBLES,
AlaateiA. Gratea. MattBr. llcadtvoe. TrciN.
TTaUad. Bareatt aad OxntrrTeps. Billiard Brda,
Ttrr Biicaj. ttwtrr. tc. lc. ICO Xaxb.t Stmt, op
posit Cubotle Cbatth. Soa rraacicx CxL SS-lj.
X. f CTTKASCX.
C. C. ClAXC
SEVERANCE, CLARK & CO..
AKD SHIFPIKG AGEKTS,
403 Trost St, comer of CUj, Saa Tnzeibeo.
"We will attead ta tb ul of Scxar aad all blada
ct llaad Praloc. aN ta tb pBrcbaia aad forv
wanltsr at Mercbaadu. Cab AdTaacea mad oo
i Qxulaoxata. llox
3. c mum.
JE'CRAKEK, MERRILL & CO.,
HiTtar been encaxed la or pmeot basinets for
upward at twelve veara, aad belac local fa a Fir,
proof Brirb CaiWlinr. w are prepared t receive aad
dbpo -f I,btad Suplea. socb aj Soxar. Symp. Rice.
Pur. OoCee. etc.. to adraaUe. GonafgameuU ea
perialle aorictted fr tb Ore con Market, t wbkb
pervoaal atteatWa vttlb paid, and apoa wbkb cub
advance wlQ b ciad wbea required.
Cbarle "VT Brcobf Saa FrancUco
J C Xerria a Co "
Pred Iben "
Badxer a LJadeatxrger "
Jane Patrick a Oo "
Wat T Ctieeaaa a Cu. ........... ... 14
Steven. Baker a Co "
ABen a Lewis . ....... . .. Portland
Lronard t Cms " 1-ljS
E. 31. VAX REEU,
Uavts; tL U-t fiicilit.4 thrxjh an IatisiAt coo
nctlv vith tb Jpanr4 trai tx tb priAt ttxht
k txfpri to trufaurt vaj btuln vatresteil
to hi ear, with aEipatcli. 1T-Iy5
X. S. WILIXIJCf, H. F. lA5CaAU, C. M
WILLIAMS. BLANCHARD & CO..
SHIPPIKG & C01MISSI0K XEBCHAKTS,
c 303 Treat Street, Saa Fraaeitco. Im
LANGLET, CR0WELL & CO.,
52 Cor. Battery 4 Clay S ta, Saa Fraaciico. ;e m
Saniome Street, San FrancUco.
Extesdinf frota SacramMto St. to HIIeIt Strtto
HAVING DEE RECEXTIaTITEX
oTxtsrd aotl nvlj FKrnbbtx, make ft th
mot qakt, ecuiwjnkal aai CMiiforulil FAMILY
U0TEL ia th? StAte. Einj crotraltj locAttsi; it cf
ftfn Tr7 ta4acmnt tx EasinM Men aoJ tb Put
Tb Tirl will t cozuUdUj opplitl with erery
Ibi-itt the DHL It ft alTcrl. Tt Amrimi ExcbAos
Cuacfa. with Kid LthU. viU tx al th WtarTH &&d
Dejt, to coqtj ptu9cnvi to th Hotel fire.
7-Ir5 TLMOTIir SAEOENT. Pix-p'r.
BOASD OF UNDEKWSITERS.
riMIE CXDERSIGXED haTln? been
JL appointM Aarenri tx the Sia Frxasuco Boanl
tCBdatrwriUr, cocoprbio tbe
California In.urancr Companj-,
3Icrchanta31atixal3Iarlne In Co?
Pacific lnmrancc Cotnpanjv
California Llord', and
Home 3tuttxal Xniurance Company.
Er letiT to iaXxm Mutm of Ttrl .n-I the pub
lic twrajlj. ttxt all les of TesI anl Czsfy,
iaUrrtl by either of the abue Cinpani, aiac
perils cf the ea awl other riXtt at or near th
Am&lwich IsUnds will hT to be TenlWvl by tbeox.
l-So. II. nACKTELD 1 CO.
rflHE ODERSICVED, AGEXTS of
JL ti alMTc OxupAoy. have been antborixeti to
io.ar ri'ltt ua Cargo. Freight uI Trcas
nrr, by Coatcr. from Uocivolala to all port cf
the Uawaiua Grvvp. and Tke rersa.
S-Iy3 IL UACKTELD A CO.
MABIKE IKSURAKCE C0SLPAKY
Of San Francico
THE UXDERSIGXED having been
appuiated Aznt tx the above Conpny .are
prrpori tot-wee PoIiriM to Car j;xa Frclgtat
WALKER A ALLEX.
1-Sa Areata, IltmoliUa.
THE C.DERSIGXED,.1CEXTS OP
the abore Gotupan, have teen authorised to
taMrerisAsoo Cirro, Freight and Treas
ure, frocn Honolulu to aH ports cf tbe world. And
15-lj n. nACKlXLD 1 CO.
FLEE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UXDERSIGXED harlng been
apootated Azents of th aboe Conspan. ar
prepared to Insure risks against Fire, oa Slone and
Briclc Bmlldlrsira, and en Jllerchandle
aueed tbereia. ow ta most farora&l terms. For
particular arose at th eSc ox
5-ljS T. A SCHAEFXK t CC
THE AGEXT FOR THE BRITISH
Foreia jlarine Insurance Company, (Limit,
ed. ha received instructions to reduce the rates d
Iasaranee between Honolulu and Ports in th Pacific
and Is now prepared to issue PoUde at th rcaf i
atel, with a special reducrjon on Freirht per Steam-
ers. xtxuj. u. UASiss.
tl-tf Jfcaf Brit. ibr. Jbr. Tar. Ck. itiiiUd)
IMPERIAL FIRE IXSrRAXCE CO.
Of Lodon.-Eitihliihed A. D. 1803.
CASH CAPITAL,, $8,000,000 In GOLD, j
THE EXDEESIGXED HAVING been appointed
areata U tb Abnv CamrAay Ljc th liawaiiaa .
Islands, ar prepared to insure azmtast Fir on Brack, I
Stone And Woudea EuiMiaga, and on MerrnAndise, !
on th most tavorabl ternw. For particnlAra, arply
at th asCc of
S-ly WALK EE A ALLEX. I
CRATER OF ETLAtTEA, HAW AIL
T3 THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS
now cpn for th receptaooof visiLorsto 77
ta. raleans) House- who bat relr oo nedinr coro-
fMtahI roocaa, a good table, and prompt attendance
Zxrsrtienced fUhles aartn uurer aiwayaun aaao-
STEAX ASD SULPHUR BATHS !
Horses; G raised asd Statin! If Desired
Parte visitini; th YUcano via Kilo, can procure
.aim1 warraated taSSWa th Journey, by D. EL
Hrrctsooca. Esq. g-Ij.
I U.rS IU5DLED AXES.
JLL Best cnalixr. Tor sal hy th caa or reUl
Pdj) KHXI3 A 00.
DRY GOODS, &C.
THE RAINY SEASON
IS APPROACHING I
The Only Water-proof Umbrellas
ABE TO BE FOUXD AT THE STORE
Corner of Fort & 3Ie reliant Strtfts.
TnET ABE OF V.ARI0VS MATERIALS.
fBCa XUIUS VWia, wwuvw u-uhj uvt
assorted colon. Genuint Vbale-bone fnmed
UmbreUaj a hraTT s;ltB and doable framed.
Alpacea and Cotton VmbreUaJ, of rarioas
YOU CAX ALSO
Save Tour Doctor's Bills,
By Sopplylitj; Yoiurtteif nlth some of
French Screwed Boots,
AVkieh, for QnaUij, Stele, and Eitreme
Lownes of Pric. cannot b Wat. and art)
warranted 'iVater-rroof. Too hare only to
call and see for roarjetrtj, and b convinced
till each is the fact.
Al-o, Ex Sfr Idalio,"
A SEW LOT OF BEXKCHT'S BOOTS
Gcots Ual'' Hose, ia frrtat rariety,
QothinjCi Ua, Suspenders,
Kecktles. Opera SliprtrJ,
TruoSts. Values, and
Finest I'm KuIt? Ac Ittiiors,
From the Celebrated AVestenholo. And
Wade and Batcher's Manufactories.
Pearl lioeosn Studs,
Cold Collar SI ads.
Ivory AVrlst IStnds.
ALSO A FLKE ASS0RTJIEKT OF
J. M. Davies' White Shirts,
Cheaper than any others in Town,
Linen Turkish Bath Towels,
Extra Laie Linen, Ilnckabncar, and
The Larsst untl llet Asort
Erer Offered in this Market.
Extra Good Hair Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, Kail Brashes,
and Shoe Brushes,
A Elite Assortment of
lET ri xx o y Soaps,
Hair Oils and Pomades,
Dentifrice Ctocrrjr Tootn Powder,
Cherrjr Tooth Paste,
Murray & lanman's Florida Water
Instnntnneoux Hair Uje,
And a fine assortment or PEARL BCTT0XS,
of all sites.
Linen & Cotton Sheeting,
lOxi; rery low.
Pieces Fine Shirt Linen,
Linen Table Cloths, Linen Diaper,
Linen Pillow Casinjr. Calicos,
Bnn ul Blcacfted Cottons,
Alpaecas, Fine Cobar,nnd
The Best Article of Ladies' Hose,
To be found in Honolulu.
Gents' Cassimere Overshirts,
Entlersltirtsi and Ilriliver,
In Silk, Cotton. Half-Cotton, all Wool, Linen,
Bleached and Brown Drill, Canton
Also, a Kew Lot of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's BOOTS, SU0ES and SLIPPERS,
Cheaper than any other house in town.
Please call and examine. So
trouble to .liow Cootln.
Corner Fort and Merchant Street.
Honolulu, Sept. 15, 1SS9. 35-6t
IS 'X'HI I5 SO?
Sound Health to be obtained at last !
The way to obtain Sonnd Health !
1ST CLEANSE the Stomach from
all offensive accumulations, which so usually pro
dnce functional derancement virjAllaf; the &L
3nd Purify th Blood from all acrid and corrupt
Rumors, And jou will remove the causes of the rreat.
est mas of the diseases which afiirt so many of tbe
A REMEDY, proved by thirty J ears experi
ence, capaM of eaVctlnr such a desirable and im
purtant purpose, is still bcCsr the putlic in
I VEGETABLE PrRIFTlXG PILLS.
I This Famous Medkin bas proved its ralo In Dis
ease of th HEAD, CHEST. BOWELS. LIVER, and
DWEST1VE OKOASS, KIDNEYS. Ac Also, in
BIHXsIATISM, C ITERS, SORES, and SK3X DIS
KASES it bUs A DIRECT PDK1FTXE OF THE
BLOOD and other fluids cf tb human body.
& Ilindbillj given away by Jjn.ll.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail. In Loses,
price TJ-Cl, is. ljUd, And Zi. M. each, by G. WHELP.
TON A eOV, 3 Crmae Court, Fleet Street. London,
And may t had of Mr. J. T. WATESI10CSE, Hono
lalu, and of all ChemitJ and Medicin Yendors in
Great Britain And th Cuiouiee.
Tb underslcned has heard so much In praise of
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From th London Mail, Aug. .
Fos some time txtsl, a$ our readers are
awirr, reports hare ben current of serious
differences between the Saltan and the Vlco
roT of Eypt, with rrcard to the demeanor
and pretensions of the litter personaire.
These differences bare now come almost to
the verse of a rapture, and It Is time that the
English political world should be Informed
of them. The Viceroy, Ismail Pasha, suc
ceeded to his prcient illirnltv and wealth tlx
years aro. He U Ihe son ol Ibrahim Pasha,
the conqueror of Konlrh and Xcrlb, and tbe
must formidable domesticcnemy the Turkish
Empire has had lu recent times. It may be
that his ictiouj have bceu vlenrd In a more
unfavorable light by reason ol his parentaire,
and that the early spirit of his family is
thousht to have revived In him. Yet the
misunderstanding; Is of recent origin. On
his accession, he' paid tbe usual homssre to
tbe Sultan, and n as received most gracious
ly, ills wealth and llberalltr sained htm the
favor of Constantlnple, and enabled him to
pratlfy his ambition and bis affections. He
drelred two tblnsrs? first, a rank and dignity
more uatted than he poe3cd ; and second,
the settlement of the succession on bis own
children, acconilDtr to the law which prevails
iu Europe. After much negotiation, both
these were conceded by the Sultan. Report
sajs that ill the diplomacy of Ismail Pasha's
irents would probably have filled, had it not
been supported by those substantial argu
ments which the accumulations of tbe Ylce
rrsil fsmily enabled blra to present. The
Viceroy was munificent and determined, and
he gained his ends. Ills position had. pre
viously, been that of the Governor of a Turk
ish province a Governor of hljber rauk and
more substantial power than others, because
his office bad been declared hereditary In his
jrrandfitber's family. But still be was, alter
all, only a Turkish' Pasha, and his nominal
disrnlty fell short. In his own opinion, of bis
real position. Under these circumstances,
be solicited the Sultau to grant bins the title
of A'Ailire, as an honorary distinction which
would place him not only 'above tbe highest
Pashas, but abors snch personages as the
Bey of Tunis. This title does In uo way im
ply the posscsslou of temporal power. Is
mail Pasha may be called "Lord" of Egypt,
but not "Sovereign" or"Klng" of Esjpt.
The Porte Is too cautions and too Jealous to
have rcosnlzrd any authority which tnistit be
set up In opposition to the Sultan's suzerain
ty. Before this title wis srantrd, Ismill bad
obtained a more cubstantiil favor. The reg
ular law of succession which prevails In tbe
Turkish Empire had been set aside at his
request. By this law, which still applies to
tbe Sultan's own House, the eldest male of
the family succeeds. Thus the present Sultan,
Abdul Aziz, succeeded hl brother Abdul
Mcdjid, thont;h the latter left sons; and when
tbe present Sultan dies, he will be succeeded,
not by bis owu son, bnt bv Murad Kf
fendi. eldest son of Abdul Mcdjid. In Egypt,
the succession bas been strangely capricious.
Mehemet All, tbe founder of the family, had
three sons; Tousoun. Ibrahim and Said.
Toussoundicd in bis father's lifetime, leaving
a son called Abbas, who was born before bis
uncle Said. When Mehemet All sank Into
dotage, Ibrahim Pasba succeeded ; when Ib
rahim died, Abbas, tbe sou of tbe deceased
Toussonn, succeeded; at tbe death of Abbas,
bis uncle Said, son of Mehemet All, came on;
and when Said died, the present Viceroy, who
is the son of Ibrahim, succeeded. Ismail,
full of European notions, and anxious for
the fortune of his own children, determined
to abrogate, if possible, a taw which un
donbtedly has many disadvantages, the chief
being that Ihe heir is almost Invarlablvlooked
upon with disfavor and suspicion by ike ruler.
By persevering efforts, he induced Ihe Sultan
to make an essential change In the Egvptlan
succession, to disregard the tradition of ages,
which had all tbe solemnity of a religions
aanctlnn. Tbo aet wu so bold tbat many
thought It was resolved on by the Sultan
with a view to Its subsequent application to
the Imperial succeislon Itself, but there bas
been nn confirmation of this belief.
Ismail Pasba, perhaps, exceeded all bis
predecessors in his protestations of devotion
to tbe Porte, and we are bound to say that
we do not find, up to this present hour, any
proof of Insubordination. He bas paid his
tribute regularly; be sent his troops to aid
in the suppression of the Cretan rising; and
in bis communications with tbe Porte, as
well as with foreign Governments, he has
Invariably professed the most Immovable
loyalty. " But several things hare occurred
to rouse tbe suspicions of tbe Porte. Tbe
title with which the Sultan honored him bas
been Interpreted as conferring a substantial
independence, more complete than tbat pos
(eased by Prince Charles, of Roumanla, and
the word "Royal" has been npplled by
Frenchmen to this or that department of tbe
Egyptian Administration. Then Ismail Pa
sha his ventured to negotlile with foreign
Governments respecting the Capitulations,
Instead of allowing this matter to be treated
by the Sultan's Government, in tbe interests
of the whole Empire. Buttbe bead and front
of his offending bas been bis personal de
meanor towards European Sovereigns. He
has made tbe tour of tbe Courts or Europe;
he bas visited the Rulers of France and Eng.
land, and be had it in contemplation to visit
the Czar. Furthermore, he bas Issued In
vitations to Crowned Heads to be present at
tbe opening of tbe Suez Canal, tbongh only
tbe Sultan bas tbe right to entertain such
distinguished personages In his own do
minions. It is not difficult to understand
that tbe Viceroy's general bearing should in
duce tbe belle! at Constantinople tbat be
was presuming to take a place among Sove
reigns as a preparation for asserting com
plete Independence The consequence Is,
that tbe relations between tbe Sultan and his
vassal now approach hostility.
Among tbe persons wbo bare played a
part In tbe recent politics of the East, is Full
Slnstapha Pasha, a yonnger brother of tbe
Viceroy. The change in the succession bas
natsrallyirritated him: he bas been for tome
time estranged from Ismail, and bas been
latelv living in Europe. Fazii Mnstapha bas
just been sent for to Constantinople, and ap
pointed Minister, withont portfolio. Ilia
reception on his arrival was magnificent; be
was receiveain state oyinccniei persons on
bis wav. and bad an audience of tbe Sultan.
This can only ne considered as a manifesta
tion of the Turkish Gorenrment against the
Viceroy, or at least as a warning to blm of
wnal lie nas lo expect, ll is eaia mat a note
has been dlsoatcbed bvtbe Grand Vizier to
the Viceroy, enumerating tbe grievances of
tbe forte, ana stating tnai unless satis iiciory
explanations are given, the Sultan will con
sider himself Justified in rescinding the fir
man oriMI, b wmcn ineiamiiyoi jienemei
Ali holds iu legal authority.
Here therefore is a slate of affairs which
requires not only the attention, but tbe ac
tion of tbe European Governments. As
parties to the settlement of 1M1 a slgnl-
taries of the treaty or ISjS, wblcb bas given
a new lease to tbe lire of tbe Turkish Empire
as Interested, politically and financially. In
tbe prosperity of Turkey and of Egypt we,
and our neishbora tbe French, not to speak
ol other European Powers, have a right to
demand tbat a'dispnte wbieb Involves prin
cipally questions ot lorm ana punctilio snail
not be pushed to a ruptnre. We may say, at
once, tbat England would never tolerate.
mncb less encourage, any intrigue for the re
pudiation or tbe Sultan's authority, riot
whatever there may have been to blame in
tbe Viceroy's recent demeanor, we arc con
vinced be knows, as well at any one, tbe
advantages of bis present position, and tbe
dangers of an ambitions policy. In tbe first
place, Egypt is now secure, as compruea in
tbe eeneni guarantee wbieb bas been given
for tbe Integrity of the Ottoman Empire It
may dispense witn a neel; lit necessities are
supplied by a very small army; tbe Viceroy
and bis neonlecan spend their money as they
please; whereas independence would bring
with it regiments and Ironclads In tbe usual
rrofnsion. It would, furthermore, almost
certainly revive the miserable conflicts of
JSurope-an diplomacy, ana nil ine worn wim
the nojlon that Egypt is Ihe soli on which
EnirlaneV and France are Inevitably to battle
for influence If anyone in Egypt, or else
where, dreams that the policy of Mehemet
All can be tried over again, be is very much
S6.00 PER YEAR.
mistaken. Tbe authority of the Sultan, then
at Its lowest point, and morally shaken by
longmisgoveruroeni, i uow acsnowieugca
as the one essential condition of security,
and no class of the Egyptian population
would defend the Viceroy In defilng It.
These considerations ought to lead the Porto
to deal te'moeritclr with the dUScultv. To
yield to a feeling of anger, and lo endanger
the peaeo or me tatx, oy rescinuing too
firman ot 1SJ1, or. what Is worse, by making
anything approaching to a hostile demon
stration, would be a policy of which Europe
would have a right to complain. Nothing
could havo a worse effect than that tbe Sul
tau's Government, which has lately been so
materially befriended by tbe Great Powers,
and which Is now asking many millions of
Western money, should appear to act under
the Influence of passion, engendered by a
quarrel or etiquette We havo shown tbat It
Is not the Interest of the Viceroy to throw off
the Sultan's authoritr, and we may add that
be bas explicitly declared to tbn." European
Governments that be has no such Intentions
as are Imputed to blm. In such circum
stance.. It wonld be utterly unjustifiable on
the part ot the Porte to alarm the world by
any rash proceeding. More than enough has
been done already.
Tlie Suez .Snip Canal.
After years of digging and dredging, the ca
nal between the Red Sea and the Mediterrane
an is completed the dream of engineers fur
ages has become an aeoomplished fact- This
important event is thus briefly communicated
in a telegram from the city of tho Pharaohs,
which appeared In yesterday's Tiate.
Cairo, Sept. 1. The Suet Canal is complete.
The opening, with eight metres of water, ises
pected to occur on the lath of December.
It was in 1S5I that M. DK Lcssxrs, having
secured the friendly aid of the Viceroy of Egypt
Mohammed Said, began his first lurvey for the
present canal. Four years latter a company
was formed to undertake its construction; on
the 21th day of April 1S39 the first spade-full
of earth was turned at Port Said.
To appreciate the nature of the obstacles en-
eouutered in pushing this stupendous enterprise
to success, we must recall precisely what has
been done in these ten toilsome years. The
ports connected by the canal aro Said and Suet.
Sues the southerly outlet, ts al the head of the
Gulf of Suet, an arm of theRedSea;PurtSaid,
the northerly outlet, is on the Mediterranean,
i:$ miles east of Alexandria; tho distance be
tween these two points is ninety miles. Along
the route however, are several lakes and chains
or lakes; aod the Company's task was to con
nect these by a canal, and to deepen the chan
nel through them. The difficulties of this task
were increased by the great "sand storms" rrom
the desert, which threatened constantly to fill
the canal. RobertStephenson,thewellknown
engineer in IjJS the year beforo M. Do Les
seps began his work publicly declared that
the "Suet Canal would prore to bean ooorliV
scaease, ruinous to its contractors." He wrote,
also, to the.lirn"a(airHe,"I know that sueh
a channel is impracticable; that nothing can lo
effected, ereu by the most unlimited expendl.
tureof time, and life, and money, beyond the
formation of a stagnant ditch, between two al
most tideless seas, unapproachable by large
ships underany circumstances." This opinion
he had formed from a close examination of the
region in 1S17.
But the work really presented so new engi
neering problem it only required great pa
tienee, industry and energy, anda long purse.
The contractors, MM. Borel and Levalley by
employing novel machinery of prodigious pow.
er, were able, running it day and night, to
dredge and tip no lest than two and a half mil
lion eubie yards per month! By the aid of a
steam pump, water was mixed with the earth
brought up by the dredge, and the mud so form
ed was spouted out upon both banks of the ca
nal to sueh a distance and in such quantities
as to farm high, compact ramparts against sand
showers blowing in rrom the desert. Ninety
six millions cubic yards of earth have thus
been taken out; and there is left to-day a canal
ninety miles long. 32$ feet wide at the surface,
and seventy-four feet wide at the bottom, and
twenty-fix feet deep throughout.
The harbors and basins built at Said and Su
et are marvels of engineering industry and en
ergy. To guard against the filling up of the
canal at the former point by thedeposits of tie
Nile, great blocks oraeompositestone, formed
out of bydraulie lime ground to dust by pow
erfulmillsand mixed with sand, weighing twen
ty tons each, are sank and piled in the harbor
or Port Said, and broad and handsome piers
are constructed tnereon. inreehundredthou
sand tons or these hare been used at Port Said
The entire cost or this great work has been
about $31,000,000. But to inelude improve
ments, which will be applied as experience
may suggest, we may safely set the total sum
at $55,000,000. Whether it will ever prore a
great financial success, is a problem which
English papers are now earnestly discussing ;
bnt one thing is pretty sure, it will not prove
"an abortive scheme, ruinous to its contrac
tors." The Company have already advanta
geously sold its various buildings on the line
of the canal, and still has valuable lands on
its banks, and especially at its two harbors.
It is estimated by some authorities that Ihe an
nnal business of tbe canal will amount to 10,
000,000 tons, and tbat its gross receipts will be
100,000,000 francs. The low toll of traffic
but ten francs per ton across Egypt will at
tract an enormous trade, and already English
and French merchants are building vessels ex
pressly for canal navigation. Its present rate
of movement is about 1,000,000 tons per an
num, and when It is folly opened, it is easy to
understand that Ibis rate may be increased a
hundred fold. Nearly or quite all the steam
marine in the Asiatic trade will probably at
once adopt this route.
If we, in this country, regard the Sees Ca
nal with favor, and hail its opening as an
advance step in science and civilization, our
enthusiasm is at least of a very nntelfish sort.
The Suei Canal will prore a formidable enemy
to ns, in the coming struggle of the great
Powers for commercial supremacy In Asia.
Commerce seeks short cuts ; and, accordingly,
tbe impulse to cut through all isthmuses, be they
Dutch Gaps or Darieos, is irresistible to the
engineering and commercial world, if ashorter
abip-rcute may be thereby gained. The Euez
Canal furnishes sueh a route to the English
and French marine that now traffic ir 'Asiatic
products. It Is to Europe what a sew Pacidc
Railroad or a sew Pacific line of steamers Is
to the United States. It is even more, since
it brings the ports of China, Japan and India,
and the Asiatic markets, in general, very many
days nearer by a purely marine route, and
without breaking bulk. In tbat sharp strug
gle fur trade, wbere every minute or time tells,
a new conduit like the Suet Canal is Inestima
ble. Tbe discovery or a tborter passage to
the Indies around tbe Cape or Good Hope, de
stroyed the chief commerce of the Mediterra
nean and tbe Adriatic, 'and made a rain of
some of the most magnlfieent eities of Europe.
Will tbe restoration of the shorter direct route
to the East, through tbe Mediterranean, bring
baek the eommeree, the wealth, the luxury,
and power which were scattered by tbe dis
covery of Vaseo de Oima? A. Y. Timet.
Ir is said the Pope's physician and surgeon
are always sear him when he appears in pablie
on the throne. Tbe latter stands on wheels,
whieb ran on a raHway. Immediately bsek of
the throne is a chamber bong with curtains.
Tbe curtains, which drop from tbe canopy and
form tbe back of the Papal throne, are bung on
rings and may be easily drawn aside. If tbe
Pope is takes ill, the throne is instantly push
ed baek into this chamber, where his medical
alien dints are always to be found.
Otz of tbe members of the American Asso
ciation for the Advancement of Se'enee, favors
tbe abolition of months, and wauIs tho days of
the year numerically designated np to 505,
BOOK AND JOB ,
the "QXjmK" orncx
la now prepared to execute all orders rar
run ill my nim,
OF EVERT DESCWPTIOX,
WITH NEATNBS3 AND DISPATCH
The Oatis or Hau Most people hat
read the sermon on the text, "They shall gnaw
a SU, and flee into th mountains of lltpsl
dam. where the lion roareth, and th whang
doodle uioarncth for Its flrst-born." and have
lasghed at it as a witty Intention, but we have
something that actuary happened, that will
banish the whang doodle into the vale of tsars,
and cause the lion to "dry up" Incontinently.
Wm. Reynolds, ot Peoria, is well known aa
an enthusiastio worker In the Sabbath School
cause. He is perhaps better known than any
other man ia th Slat, and we glv the fallows
lug story as be tells It, as near as we remem
ber. The main faou ar all absolutely true.
II was la the southern part of th State last
week. onraaitingSunday Schools, when he en?.
countered a hard-shell Baptist neighborhood.
The minister settled over the little flock, look
ed with jealousy upon, the, movements of the,
new llehts, and finally announced bis Intention
of preaching against them. On the Sabbath
designated, the Sunday School men gathered
in farce, when tnt prvaehsr annonneed tbat
well known text:
"Thou art Peter 1 and on this rock I will
build my church, and th gates of hell shall
not prevail against IU"
After riving l'etar a good setting out. th
minister closed as fallows, la that singing
ton that is indescribable, except to thot who
bar heard it: "Yes my brethren, ah an the
gates or hell ahel net prevail agin' it, ah I Now
you'd like to know these ere gales o' hell, ah I
ell, my orctheriag, that air Tour gates o'
Thar is fustly, th Sunday School systnmahl
That thar Is one gate to hell ah, whir they
bring young men and win. men tngither ah, an,
onder the igee of teachin'on 'em th Ilibl ah,
they set 'em hankerln' arflcr ono another ah,
an' so open wldo the gat o' hell ah! An' th
next gate o' hell is wuss n th fust ah. That
thar is Bible so-si-i-ties ah, whar they put the
word into tho hands o' them as haint larnln'
sufficient ah, fer to understan' it ah; an' this
here, brethering, is one of the wuit gates of bell
ah, of which we read about in tho Bible ah.
An the next gate o' hell, my bretherlnc. Is
temperance societies ah, whar they go rite Into
yer house and bust into y er rooms ah, and try to
diskiver ef ye h.v anythin' ah that H goad'
lor tne stummicks sane an, an when they And
it ah, they spill It out onto the gronn' ah anil
let It run to waste ah. Signs of dissatisfac
tion among his church members. Greatly exci
ted, be continued.: Vis, brethering they do ah.
They air boon' to bust up all o our illness,
an' an' ah, tbsrby they open another gate o'
hell ah. These air the men that air all coin to
come amongst us. and prerail ah, agin that
rock ou which will I faun' my church ah.
Yis, brethering ah, they air sot out to do it ab,
an' we must jlne hands ah, an' war agin 'em
ah, that they shel not prerail ah.
"An' the next gato o' belt ah, my brether
ing ah, is the Republikin party ah. Signs of
approval from his auditors. Yis, brethering
ah, the Republikin party ab, wot hea sit all
the niggers free ah, and turned em agin thar
masters ab, an' agin them at put thar money
in 'em ah, an' hea cheeted and robbed the
south ah, outen it'a nateral ritea ah, an' th
gates o' hell shell not prerail agin it ah."
We can give the preacher's nam and ad.
dress if necessary. The party were too much
annoyed to take accurate notes. Bnt Mr.
Iteynolds himself will vouch for the truth of
what we hive written. Truth is stranger than
fiction. From the 1 Paw, (III.,) Journal.
Din-xek to Tne Oxford and Hitatid
Ustieh3ITIES. Loxdox, August SO. Even
ing. Tbe London Rowing Club this evening
gave a grand dinner to the Oxford and Hav
ard Universities boat crews, at the Crystal
Palace Tbe Oxford crew was represented
by Wllllan alone, while the Harvard crew
was represented by Simmons, Fay, Lyman,
Bass, Rice, Bnrnbam, and Blackle The
urty, inongii private, numbered more than
00 Dersons. Including Charles Dlckena and
Thomas Hughes, ex-'member of Parliament.
Charles Dickens, In proposing the princi
pal toast of tbe evening, said: That remark.
able volume which was published within a
short time of fats visit to tbe United States
contained blgraphlea of ninety-fire roung
men, wen nunureu, wen oorn, ana trained In
peaceful pursuits, who when their country
called them, sought distinction In tbe late
war. Those great spirits displayed extraor
dinary aptitude anil were distinguished by
their deeds and great heroism. Every ons
of them bad been educated In one school
that school tbe Harvard Unlverslt v. I Cheers, i
They fought against odds were remarkable
lor ice invincible spirit In wblcb they re
ceived defeat Was not the contest of last
Friday an evidence In point or tbe spirit
such as was shown by their predecessors la
the late war! (Cheers.) He then paid hand
some compliments to tbe Oxford crew. In
referring again to tbe Harvard crew, Mr.
Dlckena said that the manner In which they
wouiu ue rccetrra on tneir return nome
would find a ready echo In every corner of
ff tlmmnni f St.. vs.n.nt MW V..t.e
... .uw iu,u til..., wild
ly responding, said tbat be considered tbat It
was no aisgrace to nave been defeated by
such a crew as Oxford pitied against tbem.
Mr. Willan, of the Oxford crew, tben rose,
and. replying to the compliment of Mr,
Dickens and Mr. Simmons, apologized for
theabsence of bis colleagues, lie tben stated
tbat of all the races In which be had rowed
be hsd never been so hard pressed as In tho
race with tbe Harvard.
Tbe wbole entertainment wound uo with a
splendid display of fireworks in front of the
Crystal Palace, which was given In honor of
bold crews ana nuieb was witnessed by a
vast number of people
ine entertainment altogether was a grand
Ax Edinburgh inventor has patented a plan
for a new lamp giving a most brilliant light.'
II tales two tubes or dinerent diameters, th
smaller within the larger on or the tabes be
ing connected with a reservoir containing con
densed gas or air, or a mixture of both. Over
the tubes is placed a perforated plate of plati
num, orapieee of platinum wire-giut, through
which the gas issues divided Into numerous
small Jets. Tbe gas being Ignited, and tbe
supply of air properly regulated, so that th
flame is mads to disappear, and tb plate or
game becomes incandescent, and the result is
a most intense light.
Tot breastworks In front of Petersburg,
thrown up by the Confederates during the late
war, for tbe defence of the city, has grown na
in one continuous line of peseb trees of every
variety, yielding an abundant crop tbe present
year. The advance pick etsduring the war bar
ing eaten the fruit while on duty, east the teed
aside, and now they appear in on continuous
lis of forty fir miles of beautiful trees, yield
ing the greatest variety of the finest fruit.
Ton noon wrote to a botcher tbat it was nee
etttry for the lake of cheap literature and th
interests of the readlngpnblie, tbat be should
famish him with meat at a very trifling per
centage Above eost price. Mr.Etrokesrepliedt
"Sir respecting your note, cheap Iiterater be
blowed. Botchers mast lire as well as other
pepel and if so be you or thereadlapubliek
wish to bare meat at eoit price, yon must buy
yonr own beasteses aod kill yourselves."
Tie Union Pseise Railroad Co., sow oe3frrs
to take excursion parties from Onaaha to San
Francisco and return upon very liberal terms,
as follows, to wit: Parties numbering sot less
than fifty, for round trip, each $133 number
ing not less than forty nor more than flfty, for
round trip, each tits) ; nutaberisg sot less tbaa
thirty, nor more than forty, for rouad trip, each
A sew description of lava is being throws'
rrom tke crater of Vesuvius sine the last mo
tion, con skin g of a beautiful miss of cry stA fi
xed salt. This bit hitherto bees aksown ia
roleanle natural history, asd seieatMe booHes
are eenpid in inTesiigatklg the aetata aaJ
composition of the crjltall.
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