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' Every "Wednesday Horning, '
BOOK AND aTOB ,
tue "QAurrTK" orncs
Is now prepared to aitcat all order tit .
MI ill FiltT niltffi.
or kvkiiy ircr.irnoN,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH
AT J6JXI FKIi AXVT?1.
Sialic! to TWelcw StsUrrirer at fTXO.
OmcE Oft Mcitut F-trvet, vest o!
he rst Ofitw. Hooohth;. IT. "L
UOXwLbXD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1869.
S6.00 PER YEAR.
in. to ikM aU toutaea 1 K' LJ. I ilWi TUi S
A. X. ArtttXVaS- a. S.
CASTX.K Aj COdliC. I
IKPOETEES, GESEKAI. XZ2CHASTS, I
ASD GESEKAL AGESTS, j
". Bsc Street. . tto Sasacaa Ql !
TW Haft SararO y..at ML
Tto Hmfci Saaar VOK Maat.
TWIm Sr Htilt frAt. aaj aSaer
kprHim Waastiaai Iu4,
XktlMMtM In Fantar. Kmi
Sr. Mr' OWfcrUvl eaatlhr Vi tola i I.
TtV ir A CTiWaV. Srwlac Vcki-K
TWwMt tvnsar (Varur
Tto v Faarrud Mataa! Lisa laaaraac Ca..
2si n ' nmi tHram Hat aaaaf Oa. "at
I3CP02TZS & BEA1EE IS SOOTS, SHOES,
A(WUruU( Oaada. Trri-rT. It,
caratc-af Kart Mi Kmtm SmK "aVooaos.
Aim. Ana Jar tto Ihnin Sa CV M ra-
evtraa. aat si aaayll.i mmd
rataaaW mull paatsatto 5MtMitrfQwh I
A. C UI-FFC7I. 71. I..
POST FEYSICIAS. ASD S5SGE0S. 1
OSst ui ImIiw Si Fart Stlwt. Vwhli. !
Sr t saakai af tk rattota: (Wr
At ki t ui aarhr, wka W lllln wuin.T
IL.l.I.C3IA?I A: CO..
rsEPeaiEss t dsalehs nr easdwast.
GatltT. Vrr k. PaM a4 OiK ol ftwxrml
ruse xwx. mrut xmx. j
BHOVS Jt CO..
nrpirBTTTTs tsttotlt? at t tit atlttls
la tTkm. 5fMa. Ala. Furtw. ic. Umaat St,
x. r. lun. - c tnuase.
AA9IS At AVILUKIt.
AUCTIOS 4 C0S2OSSI0S 2TJEECHAXTS
TT iss Stmt. HomMi. K I. H.'1
II. O.VCUFELU A. CO..
CE5EEAL C023IISSI0S AGESTS.
Oana Stmt. Haaximlx. H L Plj
ED. HOFFSCELAEGER & CO.,
IMPOETXES t C0iQaSSI0SXE2CEASTS
41 HiaiamUv Mml H, I.
THtOUOKE C. iir.ucu.
IHP02TES & C0SXISS10S 2ESCHAST.
lj Hm Jala. H. t Cly
K. A. SCIIAEFKK Ar CO., ,
C0M2HSSI05" 3EERCHA2rrS, j
Haoatala. OAa. g. L I
C H. UHUS. J. . MCCIX. I
li:ivi:iis t iicicso.
dPOKTZBS ASD DEAIE2S IS 1TJXEZS,
AaaaB kaaia at SaOfiac Ulmab, Fart Stmt,
JOin S.3IcGKEAV. .n. I..
PETSICIAS ASD StTSGEOS,
CfiKiaR. L(atM'ttaaaat.rtSM. Ofic
aoara. fraaa Eatat t To a x . aai trgaa TVve aa f
riavr.x. BiiaiaaaCtl4alTlStmt.tatm t
'kui ui Fart Stmu. Sb !
AI1EK & CHUIIKGVTORTH.
KAWAIHAK, All. j
TTtH riaHaa' aaa aWaatal JlmataaV aai -aar'T
aidant at tka alw aurt. wfcar tay art? smar
4 aa aarma ta artSi oeararatal KatraaW Poaa
tk aa4 aatk oefcwr Srrmib m z rrqibA t
- tirli Vlf- at ta aurtt a.ir ul s ta aict ,
l in 'amaai man Fir trawj arwaja ia aaara. S-l5
JOII T. AVATEKIIOITSI j
rSCPOETES ASD DEALES IS GESEZAL
Qam Stmt, Haoatala. IL L
IV. I GIIEEA. i
GESE5AL C02OQSSI0S AGEST &ES0EES '
OArr ia rkr-rrwjf DalWIna" -n Qma Stmt, ,
3 Hfaaaaka, H. L fir'
C. !T. JrCSCEK. H. KACriBtar. 1
CIIAS. . 5IE-CEK A: CO.. ;
GESESAI. COXXISSIOS XEECHASTS,
Zl Qawa Stmt. Hvaahara. H. L ni j
McCOLCO" A: JOIIASOX. j
MERCHANT TAILORS, ',
1 rart -. Haatiiala. apcuMla T. C. Hk-a. 1;
C. E. 1VIt.EI.VJIS. l
3CASUFACXUEES. UtPOSTES. S il5-UJ !
la Faiaitata af TrcigiKitylfcm Faraitar tTart 1
OaBarr. TTarkatop at tto U laat oe Btl I
Strnta-arr-rt. Orir. trai ta ottor ,
asfaais pwaaptfy t-ttJtrl to.
SOOT ASD SHOE HAKES,
Kaar Stmt, aaxt to tto Bttol. Haaotara. TtS '
51. X. UO.WIXL, I
CABISET SLAKES ASD TTPH0LSTEEE3, J
fiftHart 'oji j
itux rairrs. tsoj.
XI1IIIEXS A. SOKEASOX. j
SHIP CARPEKTERS & CAULKERS i
At D. ?M-jr Co'i Old Stasi. -Si !
at " . Jvi i
Xaar tto HoavaaiB Irva Wcrkr.
XIIEO. II. DAVIES, .
riin Jaxks. Sues A Oa;
UEPOSIZS & COJDOSSIOS SEECHAST,
XJayaTs aai tto Urerpoal Caiera-riters.
riaisk aai Faretrja Xarta lasaraacc Co., al
Korttoea Aatarut Ojapuj S-lrS
UCPOSIEES ASD TH0IXSALE DEALEES
la raikaiaiVlaCtokiar. Hits. Cat. Boots. Sto.
aai etery tartet j cf Geslibee Faraisatax Coais. j
1 1 a i I 111 Ij. will ill nil inn iiiiiii t- J
J. 5. trAUU.
S. C ALUS.
SHUPISG 4 C03OOSSI0S 3LEBCEASTS,
Hj Qaeea. Stmt. HeotteAx. H. L Uji
1. I XORBERX.
DEALEE IS LTT2EBES ASD ETEET ELSD
OF ETJTXDISG 2LATEEIAL.
13 Orncx Caraer Qaeea aai Fcrt streets- lt5
IJOILES ic CO.,
SHOT CHASDLEBS ASD C03LSISSI0S
Qsa Stmt, Haoalrda. PartietUr atteaoea paii
Vi t puckas aai saU f RaoaSaa Froiue.
aArrjts ir rauasaeer ta
CLSsrkxraaaOa, IH UackStai a Ox
CSrra-traCa, IC I. EkartU a Co,
PCtTarerxn Zs-j, CaatAaaCkxka.
GROCER ASD SHIP CBLABDLEE,
Xotjauyl Icrtuts rb&4 t Sip ca t&Eaot
CUlG UOOa, j
Ccnnijsiaz Xerc'nnt and Gczczal flgt, ,
Good, W2-Kraitf- Ilsler Hiviitu Prutiac. wI I
Aptax ir t rub al AMitlt Sttrr Fbata-
tiMA. KrrauC te ca IVcsiaa SctkI. ImUv
laaTri--Tf aT-a.T11-a tTTr.YK A T T" VUILI!
-a-aaaa-aa. ..war- .
139 Carawer of Prxaace at SraAV StrrKi 13-1 j
5- x. Jirir.
ciiai.i..4.mi:i. a. co..
ixrosrrss asd dealess is -wises,
Starts. AW. At.. No- s. Nnut Stte. -rr'
Mnill?m. ! I?
3. H. HITCHCOCK,
ttj IrrK Ibwaal P.rt
A. S. CLKGHOKA.
WHOLESAIS ASD EETAIL STATES
lMiuiMln. n rctt Sm. nnn it Q
ul - v StiNi. r.ila ity
UUJULCLl, II. 1.
1GE.VTS Or the Ilottcm Bt Ilonolnln
ACnVTS-For thr ?lkrr. IVallnLn and
ACKXT For tl PurIulm nt lr of
t. r. nun. a. jxsek.
it. i. miLx:ns co..
DEALXSS IS DST GOODS ASD GENEEAL
rVt-ftwt Snr as Fart Stmt. iW OM TiaVm
F. A. SClIAErillt.
AC EST tar thf BKOEX BOAJID
Afvat W tk rVMfaa Bwi it ra-twainwt,
lo for ta Tiaau Mli it Zmiittmur.
C. s. IIAltXOV.
SaVwwaa ca Qaxva Stmt, k. Sim bvaa Kaaka
aaaa SlmC l-
S. ItIAIt.VI7I Ar CO..
UG0ETES5 ASD 'WHOIESALE DEALEES
la rraaliW Oaaaaf. KM. , Ea. Sfca,
aa4 mrr nrirtT Omiktmt up Imwa.
aac 6at. St.T ui StXtvt Sttk, J Stmt,
AI'O.XG Jt ACIirCK.
I Iportr. 'VTicleiil aid Eetiil Deal.-j
la Oiaral Mmanai aail CKaa GwJk a Uw
' IVMcMf SMn s "aaaaa Stmc. aaaar tW PaMat
iniiY IT iW
Sorr ?),Ec C0isiotr of Iks !
larta Suta sf raOaVaai. OeVa at ti Baat f
a Co.. Kuktaut 2-tmt, ii ouaix. j
II. A. lVIOEJI.VA.'V.
t; 'ttkt at tto Iataour IVttartaiaat.
a. av. soitxo.v.
C00PEE AND GAUGES,
At tie Se SUid c tie E$plszie.
H at araparai W alti to all vark ta kat Ikaa
at ttoSbar axt U tk Cattuaa Hoaw. wtora toraa
to fa4 at alt wfcas kn. Ba aa. kui
wkKk to -'.' U - lw Trcr L-t
Xarkrt Katt. AO tsrk ja. ia a ttoroaza aaaaavr
aai-warraatot t rit aatataWtNa. All kiad e(
C.aMal.rial.aaiTfate.at,. 1. ,
1 II. A: G. SCCKMiO. j
TIK, ZISC A2D COPPER SMITHS, I
ASD SHEET JEOS VOEEXES.
ScTii" Street, beweei Xeiriait 4 Q:te-1
Kt cHtaatlT oa toaJ. St t. Pijw. '
taaoMi Iraa Pter. Pataa aai Hear Brae.
Stoewcki. lata Kaator g totOaJ.'.
, ta katto at r aa Itxc. tnta cpttmf-)
laai tKrvaaieb. la-k-Tato. aa4 aaw
Tar? Ur aunrk it laawara of f7 awrr?aatM
fartainlar atti ariaa riraa U Sair-Wack. ,0rat?r
baaattotaarliua tnB to cartrfcfli atteatM tc
Taaakral ta tto CaOzaaa at Hoawiala ui tk
Iaaa rcraB j fjr ttoar Stora! patnaaar ta tk I
pari, tr bop at atrkt arUataai u. tosaaaa to aatcit Bag kat U iar-a Xastari of TmIs aai tk pafc
ttoaaaMfirtkafatar. ST-Iji Ur rtumllt. Hut aJl kx-i U Ytri aa4 Carrt.
JAJII'- I- LEWIS,
COOPER AIYD GATJGER,
At tie Oii Sard, esrrer Eirr & Setiel Sa.
aneataaa to aa.aawa to as-rtt a coatiaauc of tk
ritraaiff akatk to kaa toratoaara aaatfati. aai fcr
Wsfck to ao rttanu ii. tkaaka. Iat
J. II. TIIOI I'SO.Y,
frKpiEKALi BLACKSMITH, i
Q-te Street, Eesclste,
Bascoautiroaaaai aaiticaal. at tk Latest 1
Market Prices, a cui asaortaMBt of tk BottKafiaei i
Ear Irea. aai tk Best Bbckstaath a CoaL
JOIEV SOTT A: CO.,
COPPER AND TIN SMITHS,
st, c-e deer ucn Jutzeri,
Bs teat to laixai tto paMie tkat tkrararr-
pare to farma aO kiais of Copper -Wjrk, sack as
wkatkwaoCsr siraale at tk Lowest Market Ibices.
aau-aaj aVjo trftk eat iui
Bwpattk. Orttn from tk attor Islaais artal oatt f
anuraBptattaatioa. l-sa (
5IK. J. COSXA,
JEWELER ASH ES GRAVER,
Tort Street, cppciiti Odd Etllovj' Hill,
fets Bn tt aariat atatk as sTatgk aai faack reptur t
LICENSED SH1PPI5G AGEKT, j
OfLce c- Itti EeblKS & Co'i VhAri
Geatiaaea tk kasiaesa a kt oii plaa of settliar
aith a&ters aai seaotea mioediatett- ao tkesr skip.
enrtxa witk aar octittiar estiiistaavrat. il4 !
iar a oeku to to cafketei in has tfcee. k hopes to ,
rite a. pul aatUfartioR is. tto ftttar as k Las ia
HOUSE ASD SET? f LITX3ES,
Eiti Street, sezt to tie Sea t-'i EetieL
ceJj Ftesa-t-tr lb tla city. -krili (ircst vE a-im eo
tnas4 ta Mu ua a YajrtaABtA tusur ri-Cia
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
King- Strectr xtemr ZVtnuntu
a k-g GrtuaiB. XAxfe&f, GtiaSi:;; CaklsoauAiBfC.
J2 PafKuia. Ac cxtctcai no tit
ffr,v-:TriT .twtict, &xt4 ca tlM mct r -----Mr
PIAXOS and oilier Mnslcal
RUstrcxtaata TEaei aai Zafairei. bj
r A s i IUUAA1A2 17aJUt2. at tae Uavauaa
Lsaons rlTcnonthe Piano At Gtil tar.
k teat of refereaceacrerc- 5T-lj5
WAGOS ASD CAEEIAGE BTjUDEE,
76 KInc Street, rioavolnla.
vriri3X dan vita carr
Iar Ca3Uika circa Ka-A-.
a-t..ir-r an.- ..mma-nj
1 BtystTOKzi. Oe&tn Lxa tlx cxiicr
! FOREIGN NOTICES-
; u x. rrtrts.
i.r.o.-v it. ?n:vi:its . co.
i diporxzhs asd XAxarAcrrorKs or
.' ITALIAN AKESICAS aMU TILES,
I llubk ftratrr. Xaaasaeat. IMhk TH
Vajt4 Sareaa ul (Viwnm. Mbnl dt.
. Far. BcAt. rviw. At Ac . ssu Jtotti firm, ir-
SETESANGE. CLARK & CO..
ASD SHIPFISG AGESTS,
K Tiirri ini, iab &jtmsm ,ii u
J. r. nuiat
jTCEATEy, HERRILL i CO.
I TOHWASDntG AKD
; COlOnSSIOlf MEE CHANTS,
i tiaaii. . a actaaozv. ttt nj-aaar
KrriaaH HiKul far tk Cnioa Maraat. t
rwa) altiatt trial W aaM. asl Cwa vMck a4
aaraacn wan m mi ay rvaaratt.
Caaviata TT IMi
J C UarriB a Oa
Jaaw arack a t.
i:. m. r.i. ri:i;u.
Kattaif a. Japan,
Bariar tb ant bcm tarwar-a aa laxhaaU a
aMtiaa a ta Jaaaar tra4 fgr ta aat ratal
i. m , aniana l..laa
i- a. num. k. r. au-icauis, c . yctm.
W1LLTAIS. BLAXCHARD.& CO..
EEIPPrSG 4 C0SDOSSI0S MEECEASTS,
- 305 Erse: Street. Sis Erareiscc tai
LAKGLEY, CSOWSLL & CO.
; WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
j Santoaif Strct, San Francisco,
. xtaa1af &vaa SocraaaraU St. t HiiWi. Stmt.
SAV1SG BEEX ItEC KXTIiT ItEX
mul ui aaalr FaraeJ. Baaa tt kW
Btit aaart. acwadaucal aai cuaafartaaat FAXU.T
HOTEL ia natStaw. Ev oatnilj kai, u
ttn am? iaiaciawat SjrBMMa4MaaaitaFsfi
bfraraBr. Tat? TaaaM will to nututlT saaaaW wits ttarj
faaarr tW aaarkrt a2gra. Ta avariciia Hicaaaca
"fl ? "
i -vnn -VT -. m
12bUllACE NO lTCEb.
BOAED OF UKDERWEITERS.
IJBERMGJED Uirln- l)(tn
aamataa AjrtBT f t tk Saa FrufaKO cri
4T CatarrtiTUary. roaaprtatar tk
California Incnranc Companf.
?Irrt-hant'3Iutaai3Iarlnr Int. Co-,
PaclAc Insurance Caaipanj-f
California Lloyrl', and
Ilom 31 ntaal Iuaurancr Company.
to attker of tto atove ruairTiatfa acaiast
; paritf af Ik raa aai ottor ruki. at or aear tk
faaivack Isatads trtfT kaT t to Taricai by tkaca.
1-oaa H HA0KTEU CO.
THE ODERIC.ED, AGEXTS of
tto atot Coatpaaj. aai. aovo utaarirai ta
raaarc risks oa Cargo, Krelgtit aai Trtas
art, aj Coasters, trwa Hoauisla ta ail ports af
tk Hsaratiaa Grcap. a&4 Tie Tersa.
5-lj a UACKFELD I CO.
" . - ' --
HARI2lE INSURANCE C0HPA5Y
itrir,ir t trrt mitit a
ui a f'ranciaco.
THE CXDCItSIGXED baTlntr been
aaoxaetei AzaaU tsr tto atot GanspaBT .are
l rritassPv&cwaoaCar;oa, Krelgat
. aai Trvaanr.
I VTALKIS t ALLEX,
I ArtKO. Ilaaotala.
, - TI..,,, .
mHE CXUERSIGXED, AGEXTS OF
al. loaapaar. toe toea aattortiai to
iastsr saska ao Car-o, Freight aai Treas-
nrc fo,., HwIbJi u a2l na-u af tk nsrii. aai
B. HACSnXD A ox
EIRE IKSURAi'CS C0MPA5Y.
rattrTc rvnfojtf vr-tt . ,
Kotii urrtu, to ut uk zTniH xcrxu. fir
F A. SCIIJXrZE A CC
mHE AGE5T FOR THE BRITISH
JL Forctza Xaria Iasaraac Catapaa-r. liaait'
ijk. aas rvceteei tastroctaiaa ta receee tto rate l
Iasaraaee tocaeea UoootziaaaiPwtsia taePaeaac.
ui ia are prepaxai ta tsaae Psaaoea -at tk Zaatest
g.Tfrf, with a special mieetcq ca Frrtrkt perSteaa
ers. THXO. IL DATIFS.
43-tf Jjtmt Brit fir. Jttr. af. Ca. i United)
OIPERIAL FIRE I.XSIRAACE CO.
Of Loada3.-EiUtIiiied A. D. 1S03.
CASH CAPITA!-, $$,000,000 In GOLD.
THE rXDESilGNED HATI5G Uea arpotatei
areata cf tk aacre CcmpaaT tx tk Uaarxuaa
Zaliais. are prrrarel to rasore axsiast Fire aa Stark,
frtone aai noiea Scuiiars, aai oa Xerrkaan?,
ca tie rat tsTorable terasZ Fcr partkaiars, aplj
S-lr WALK EE k A UTS.
CRATES OF ELL A PEA. HAWAII.
eT3 T1T1S ESTABIISHJIEXT IS j
. tri vy. a j. secepuoa a. toiiars so A
ta Vokaao BiSBse, abo but rrlr eo cr-iar esaa
f jctabl rooraa, a coed rir.V, aai prcrapt alien dicre.
Xxperieceei tuies tx tk Crater alvaja oa txat
STEAK ASD StJXPHTjH BATES !
Ecrsei Grxired snd S tailed If Desired
Partlea rtsitfar the Tolcaao tia Hoo, raa aia.ic
rfrrt? wraatei ta atakc tk JoaTarr. D- II.
Urrcxoxz, Exj. it-I)a.
HITXT'S HAXDLED AXES.
. BataaaCiT- Fca" vi ky tta case cr ratal
SOLUS A CO-
DRY GOODS, &C.
CASTLE & COOKE,
t Ccmisttsr in Part of
Finest Wite aH Wo 1 4-1 Flannel. 1
Ftae-ft Wlirt all Wovl anj Anj-tIa White '
Eltaseli. G4 Gre.r xni VThitt all Wool
Flaaatrk. If as lUeioW Sbeetinr. i
TatapsoBA GtoTc-FittiBg Corjets.
AotMkear IVaias. JtinViiDriHs aad
Dlcatlred aad CnbetachtdAettona.
A Sup'r ass't of Stalioneiy,
Water Lined Sate Parr.
White KateJ Sate Paper.
White Ruled Laid Leaf. Letter A
Bui raper. White. Eaff a
Ameer Lard Letter 1
Pae;as IndeSWe.and Carter's CopTinc Iok,
Atti-ts" i aoA-i.rfri' FEAiWe Raters.
Snith J WesWt Pittob a CartriJ-ej,
II air Girths. Stirrups A Leathers,
Spanish Trees. Cronters and
AirtAIes. Vik UeAtiBg,
Italian I'nrJiins: Lace I.ctitlier.
Paints, Oils, &c.
Whke Zise i Lead, ia 1,2 A !i S container!.
t ans aaa (. arose Isreeo.
ChroBw YeWaa-, Craber. Sieaner,
Patent Drier, Vertailiwn.
Pttt.tjian Blue. Vhitios,
Bladders of Tuttr,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Capal and Furniture Varnish,
BBJ Liaaeed Ou, Taryectine.
M uon's BlaffViar. Co re Mills,
Axe. PieV. Sle-lre. Adt. Re. 0e,
Ilastmer Jt Chlset Handles,
cl Carls, iaJdles
Creters, llssrelt, and Chamfericr Knitei,
Fore, Smooth. JacV A Jointers,
Cat Sails. 3. 4. 6. S. 1. 12. 2. , 4. JO and
WJ, iSX yailj, 1, 1, 1 a 2 inch.
Pressed Sags. 2 A 2J inch.
Cooper's Ritets, t. 7 A S &!.
Cef per RiteU A Bars, 3, ,
; A j isee, u nap Tacks,
Iran A Copper Tacks
at an sues.
Beit BaWer Hue. 1. J. 1. 1 A 2 inch,
Centrifajal. Varrash, Paint. White-Waah
asd &ra Brashes, Cor'd Tin Pails,
i, 1, 2. 3, 4. t. i. li A 12 itaarts.
Catered Slop Pails, Dippers,
lhjQ and 31 ilk Pans,
Hassers, Gasres, Squires, Chisel;,
Aarers, Sieaes, Liate Saeeters,
Tard Stieks, Baa starters. Axes,
ShoTels, Spades", Oos, Lanterns,
Eagie Horse. A and.0 Plows and
Points, Paris Plows, extra
searr and stron-,
Pratexide of Iroa,
Pain Killer. .
Faiaad's White Pine Cotaposnd,
Pails, Tabs. Broeais, tie. Etc.
Do"ners lierose?ne Oil,
From the Boston Hoase.
And Many Other Articles
ALL TO BE SOLD LOW.
13 THIS SO?
Sound Uealtli to be obtained at last !
The way to obtain Sound Health !
1ST CLEANSE tb Stomach from
all ofleasir acraatoii;:. jes. which so csaallT rro-
ace ra&etioBal deraareseat ntiltiar tk took
nd Parity tk BLvd from all acral and cornrpt
kamort. aad joa wna rem -re the cacses of tk treat,
est saasa of tk ibeasea whh afiict so bust of the
A RE3IEDV. rrt-rsd b tkirtr rears erreri-
cece, caparae at estcnas sock a oestrabt aaa mt
ptrtut parses, is stili t. te the peUk ia
TEGCTABLE PrRIETHG PILLS.
TkH Faaaxis Meiictae has rroeetl its rals in IX-
rasea of tk HEAD. CHEST. BOWELS, LIVER, aai
DIGESTIVE OE6AXS. SIDXETSTac Also, ia
KHECMATISM, CLCERS, SORES, aa.1 SKIS DIS
EASES it toiax A DIKECT PCKIFTEK OF THE
ELOJD aai otter Casts of tto hecua fcoij.
tUmJHBs ft tea evwy 0 JeaCs.
Prerared aai sooi. -wbolesal aJ retail, ia boxes.
rrie IS6L Is. aai S. Sd. each, bj G. WnELP
TOS A tON". 3 baa Coxrt, Fleet Stmt. Uoleo,
Aad tut b kai of Xr. J. T. WATEKIIOCiE. Ileno-
latB. aai of aU Ctoaasta aad Medkic Vendors la
Great Britain aad tk CoiosJes.
The ondersirBcd has heard so raacb la praise of
WHELPTOX'S SAFE VEGETABLE PILLS front par
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SuprcAtte? Court October Term,
tTAOA. IVnuniM r. Hisu 5meT.
Tort for ditnapr to plalntia' borte by
coUistoa with JcicDdiut'a team. The plain.
tUTa ton was driving the pUlaltttV t o-horso
watrun. don n Fort street, Honolulu, upon the
the plilatiff's off horse w struck' In the
breast bv the off shaft of the defendant's mule
cart. The mule was driven br the dcfeodint's
servant, upon the left hand stda of the street,
and was Jast turnlnjr the comer wheu the
accident occurred. The mule was pint: at
a very slow trot, and the driver attempted to
rcla him up as soon as he saw the plalntltTs
torses. The defendant was not personally
present, nor had he authorized his servant to
drive thus. The force of the collision was
such that the driver was thro n from the
cart. A lettcrof the defendant's. In evidence,
admitted that his servant was driving, and
there was other testimony to the same effect,
but there was co evidence that the servant
was specially employed as a driver, or other
wise. The Court Instructed the jury that
they might Infer, la the absence of evidence
to the contrary, that tha servant was actio;
within the scope of his employment, and
that it was (or them to decide whether be
used due care, or was cexllgeut In driving
around the corner as he did. The defend
aut's counsel claimed that, ucderthestatutc,
the plaintiffs only remedy was against the
servant, bat the Court overruled their mo
tion to dismiss the action on this ground.
The jury rendered a verdict for the plaintiff,
with $40 damages.
At the request of the defendant's counsel,
the jadp: presiding at the trial reserved the
qeestions of law, and reported the case for
the Court, in ltox.
Uaktwell, J. : This case presents points
of Interest to the community. AH persons
have a richt to travel freely upon the high
way, subject only to & due regard to the
rights of each other. Those rights depend
upon certain statute regulations, upon cus
tom, and upon the peculiar circumstances of
each case. In England, where there Is no
statute upon the subject, the custom requires
each traveler to bear to the left in meeting.
The statutes of this Kingdom prescribe as
follow s :
" Whenever any persons shall meet each
other on any bridge, road, orotherhighnay,
traveling with carriages, wagons, carts, or
other vehicles, each persun so meeting ahali
seasonably tnru his hore or other animal, or
drive bis carriage or other vehicle, to the
right of the middle of the traveled part of
sucn road or brtue, nuen practicable; so
that the respective carriages or other vehicles
aforesaid, may pass each other without inter-
" When It is difficult or unsafe, for per
sons traveling with anv of the aforesaid
carriages or vehicles, on account of their
being heavily ladeu, or otherwise, to turn or
unve tnetr carnages, or otoer vcnicies, to tue
right of the middle of such traveled part, as
aforesaid, any person thus prevented, when
meeting with another penon traveling with
any ox toe carnages, or vehicles alorrsalil,
shall stop a reasonable time, at a convenient
part of the road, to enable scch other person
to pass oy." -
Whenever a traveler ask another to
permit him to pass, the vehicle of the lit
ter being stationary at an inconvenient place
for passing by, or traveling at a slower rate,
it shall be the duty of toe person so request
ed, to make room for passing.
"So person shall permit his carriage or ve
hicle to travel or pass on any such Bridge or
road without a suitable driver or conductor
nor shall leave the same on any such bridge
or road stationary, in such a situation as to
obstruct other persons traveling with any
carriage or other vehicle."
"Every person violating eitherof the fore
going provisions l toe taw or the road,
shall be lined for each offense cot less than
one, nor more than twenty-five dollars, and
any person injured by any violation of the
provisions aioresaia, snail te entitled to re
cover damans in an action to be commenced
within six months after the injure." Com
piled Penal Code. Ca. 53, SecU.9-13; Civil
Code, Sects. ST3-ST7.
It will be remarked, that no person is for
bidden to travel upon the left side, or upon
any portion of the highway. Any one may
drive In the middle, or upon either side of
the traveled road, provided he do not, ia so
doing, enreasocably obstruct persons who
axe upon the Uirful side. The statute itself
recognixei this right, in providing that per
sons meeting "shall seasonably turn to the
right," and that any one prevented from so
doing, "shall stop a reasonable time," die.
It only requires the turning to the right,
" when practicable."
In Sew Hampshire, it Is intimated
In one case "that if a person volunta
rily goes upon the prohibited side of the
way, bis inability to yield the way probably
would not farnish a legal excuse, exonerating
him from liability for an injury sustained by
one in passing, who was nowise al fault. It
would be a legal fault. a question of
law upon the facts proved, and not a ques
tion of fict for the jury." (Brooks vs. Hart,
14 S. IL, 507.) Bronson vs. Soycs, 7 Wen
dell, 155, sustains the same doctrine, and
both cases are cited without dissent by An
gell, in the text of his treatise on the law of
highways, Sec. 333.
But we are unable to accept, ag sound
law, the doctrine that where ceitber party Is
in fault, otherwise than by one being upon
the wrong side of the road, the only question
for the jury shall be, to assess the damages
and find for the plaintiff. The law gives to
all the foil tcommUM use of the traveled
road, and we are of the opinion that the
question of negligence in the conduct of a
traveler who finds himself upon the left, and
enable to tsm seasonably, is exclusively for
Our view of the law, Is taken in Par
ker vs. Adams, 12 Met. 415, where the Court
(Dewey, J.) held as follows : "It U insisted
that the defendant, being on the wrong
side of the road, In violation of the provi
sions of the Statute, was at all event liable
for all damage occasioned thereby, notwith
standing any negligence on the part of the
plain tiff. This position, we think, is en tea
able." We must, accordingly, dismiss the Idea
that a traveler Is legally liable, simply be
cause be la cot upon the right hand tide of
the road, or because he fails to bear to the
right. Crowded streets, requirements of
business, talking teams, asd occasions in'
the common experience of everyone, give
sufficient laterpretallou of the law on this
point. " lez nemintm ad UapatxHCii cvjtt."
It was urged In this case, that the
Statute does not apply to turning corner,
and that co effort or precaution of the de
fcndantcould have prevented the occurrence.
Falc vs. Dearborn, 1 Pick. Sit, was a case
precisely like the present. There the Court
Instructed the Jury, that the defendant, who
was turning a comer upon the left, was an
swerable for all the Injury," and the Court
above held that the defendant, before at
tcmptiugtocrossln that manner, should have
waited to see if he would thereby Interfere
with persous In the proper exercise of their
right Ia Lovejciy ta. Dolan, 10. Cush. 498,
the defendant was driving around a career,
upon the right side, when be collided with
tho plaintiff's coach, which was on the left.
The Judge declined to dismiss the case on
these facts, and Instructed the Jury that the
statute did not apply to scch a cast ; that the
position of the plaintiff's coach was to be
considered as a circumstance bearing upon
the question of necligence on his part. The
Supreme Contt, (Bigelow, J., afterwards C.
J.,) sustained their ruling, using thts lan
guage: "The language of the statute mani
festly has reference only to the meeting of
persons traveling on the same highway. The
terms "meet"aud "pass" are used In their
strict signification, and arc intended to apply
only where travelers are approaching each
other from opposite directions, intending to
pass on the same road. They cannot with
accuracy be said to meet and pass, w hen they
come together in different directions from
two roads or streets which intersect each
other. Besides, the language of the statute,
" that whenever any persons shall meet each
other on any road, Ac, each person shall sea
sonably drive, Ac, to the rlghtof the middle
part of such road," clearly contemplates
only one road upon which travelers are com
ing towards each other from opposite di
rections." But we do not regard the view
of the learned Court in the last case as deci
sive of the rights of the parties In this case
It was the plaintiff ia the former case, and
not the defendanl, who was on the left side.
The instructions, leaving the whole question
to the Jury, were precisely those given in this
case, and were expressly approved, Fales fa.
Dearborn, uiirusra, wasdisapproved In Love-
joy rs. Dolan, in so far as the Court bad decid
ed that there was Itgal negligence, Instead of
leaving it to the jury. In Pluckwell rs. Wil
son, 5. a &. P., ST5, Aldcrson, J., held "that a
person is not bound to keep on the ordinary
side of the road, but that if he did not do so,
be was bound to use more care and diligence,
and keep a better lookout." In the case at
bar, the Jury by their verdict, affirmed the
want of such due care, as would absolve the
defendant's servant and put the collision
underthe.category of those accidentslu which
neither party is to blame.
Was this negligence of the servant, in law,
the negligence of the plaintiff! In Goodhue
vs. Dix, 2 Gray, 1S1, the action was founded
opon the statnte, and the Court held tbat the
.remedy was cot against the owner ol the
team, who was not shown to be implicated
in the servant's act, but was solely against
the servant. It is to be observed, tbat the
action In that case was brought Under the
statute by the 'declaration, and tbat co
averment was made of carelessness or
negligence on the part of the defend
ant or his servant. The Court below
made the defendant responsible for the re
sults of the servant's act, In omitting to
bear to the right, and were overruled. In
the present case, which was appealed from
the Police Court, co written declaration was
made, or required, the plaintiff relying on
his common law rights, aa well as on the
statute. In the Massachusetts statnte, every
person offending against its provisions, be
sides being liable to a fine, Is expressly made
liable forall damage resulting. Our statute
makes tbe offender personally liable to a
fine, but docs not refer the general civil
liability to him. We think, therefore, that
the common law liability of tbe plaintiff,
for his servant's negligence Is cot affected by
The evidence offered was prima facie suf
ficient to show tbat the servant was acting in
tbe scope of his nsnal employment Smith's
Master and Servant, p. 134, tt pauim. The
terms of hiring were known to the defend
ant His servant was driving, and if this
was a servant enzaged for other duties, as a
bouse servant for Instance, and not for driv
ing, it was easy for the defendant to show It
Tbe test of the master's liability Is not In
his consent or intention, nor indeed is It In
tbe intention of the servant. AU persons
owe to tbe community the duty of selecting
servants for driving, who can be trusted to
drive 'prudently In tbe common highways.
Tbe rule is clearly drawn in Ilowe vs.
Sewmarch, 12 Allen 56, (Hoar J.,) thus:
"Tbe master is cot responsible as a
trespasser unless by direct or implied
authority to the servant he consents to tbe
wrongful act But If tbe master give an
order to a servant which Implies thenseof
force and violence to others, leaving to tbe
discretion of the servant to decide when the
occasion arises to which the order applies,
and the extent and kind of force to be csed,
be Is liable if tbe servant In executing the
order makes use of force In a manner or to a
degree which Is unjustifiable, and In an action
of tort in the nature of an action on tbe case,
tbe master is not responsible if the wrong
done by the servant Is done without his au
thority, and not for tbe purpose of executing
bis orders or doing bis work. So tbat If tbe
servant, wholly for a purpose' of hit owe,
disregarding the object for wbleh be Is em
ployed, and not Intending by his act to exe
cute it, does an injury lo another cot within
the scope of bis employment, tbe master Is
cot liable. But if tbe act be done In Jbe ex
ecution of the authority given him by his
master, and tor the purpose of performing
what the master bad directed, the matter
will be responsible, whether tbe wrong
done be occasioned by negligence, or by a
wanton or reckless purpose to accomplish
the master's inslness in an unlawful man
ner." See also McDonald ts. SneHing, 14
AUen 230. 6
Tbe Court in latinsr down the abora
rule, review tbe leading cases in point
and arrive at conclusions which we regard as
settling tbe law Involved in that case, and
applyinz to this.
Judgment affirmed. -
A. F.Jndd. for I laintln: E. G. Davla. TT.
Thompson with him, fordrdezulaot
Vesuvius, aad Its eruptlv lava with sulphar
ons fumes, wo are familiar wlthtbat new anew
elementof eicre tiealt oxeltinj wonder. Larja
masses of beautifully eryftaliied .all have
appeared on the steep mountain sides of the
enter, and speculation contemplates the pos
tiM utilisation of the new production.
A person, who says ho is always blameless
In his exclamations, except when hit corns
break tha barriers of pious discretion, betas;
desirous to promote piety, publishes the follow,
ing attested cure: Cut a lemon alica aad ap
ple it over oifht to the corn. It gives qalek
relief and sleep. lath morning. It remain
only in memory,
Tna EnvATiosJor ran Goesr. Cnicaoo,
September 2Jth.' l"h city has been la great
excitement to-day over the great goose race
gotten upby Billy Kmerton and Hob Hart, tha
minstrels, and Geora-e Morris. thebilllard play
er, for a purse of $200. The distance was 300
yards from tho foot of Adams Itrttt to tha
pier south. The"teamt" wailsttd of tlx each,
which were noted from an eld lady Is tha
stock yard on a deposit of $5 eaeh joos. Tb
animals" ware "harnessed" and attached to
a boaid, shaped like a banjo, on which an or
dinary washtob was set The drivers were
dressed in light eoltcme, and were provided
with long whips to urge cn their chargers', and
paddles with which to steer. About 9,000 per
sons assembled at the Lake Basin to wetness
the sport, and many went heme with aching
Shortly after 3 o'clock a tend-off wai effect
ed. Morris first, Maas second, and Hart out
side. Man off-wheeler turned over and faced
his driver, and was pulled along in that posi
tion. Hart got ahead of hlscompetltorsatthe
start, but Morris soon overhauled him. Tha
tatter's team made for the shore, and h had
. to resort to much paddling to keep them
, straight Morris finally reached the goal four
feet ahead of Hart, Maas being left considera-
bly behind. The distance was made in seven
minutes and thirty seconds. Thepurseof $200
I was therefore awarded to Morris. Mr. AVil
j liars Emerson was Morris' umpire, Mr. Boyd
1 for Hart, and Mr, Moltals for Maas, Sir.
Pratt acting as referee. On reaching the goal
Morris' and Hart's tubs turned over, and they
were soused, to the great delight of the crowd,
but quickly got out. Morris also got a duck
ing while "scoring" for the start.
The "Beoboaxixko" MorxoM Cnrja.cn.
Quite a surprise was given to our eititens on
Sundav morning by 'the announcement that
Elder E. C. Brand, of the "Reorganised Chureh
of Latter-day Saints" would preach at tha Epis
copal Church, at 10. a a. Tho Elder called
upon us, and in an hour's conversation show
ed taat he was thoroughly in earnest In his
worl for tbe "Josepite," or anti-polygamy
Mormonism. At ths appointed hour a largo
audience was in attendance, and listened pa
tienUy for more than an hour to an able expo
sition of the peculiar views Of tbe "Joscphites."
Wo -)wn to being greatly surprised at the par
ticularly able manner in which Elder Brand
handled the case of Abraham, so much depend
ed oa by the Brighamites to sustain the di
vine origin of polygamy. Logically and fully
he went over every point in the history of that
stranga case, demonstrating to clearly that
their was no possible escape from his conclu
sions, the following points:
1. That God never established polygamy.
2. That tha easo of Hagar originated sole
ly in the unbelief of Sarah.
3. That Sarah and Abraham both bitterly
repented of the step they had taken, and were
reproved by tbe Lord fur their unbelief.
4. That the sacred rtcordnowhcre alludes to
Hsgar as a wife, but always as the servant o
J. Tbat the Lord continually and co less
than a doten times refused to recognise Ishma
el as a lawful son; sending him intotbs desert
to bo the progenitor of fierce barbarianf,whilo
"the son, the only ton, Isaac," became tho
bead of God's people.
6. Tbat "the son of the bondwoman" was
stigmatited by tho Lord, to show his special
dislike tu polygamy, and many other points
equally well taken. With the closest attention
we failed to detect a flaw in the reasoning; It
was simply unanswerable.
- A Toccniso Sronv. The Cincinnati Gatcttt
tells tha following tadstory.thomoralof which
tVe once knew a man to struggle for years
to eolor a particularly obstenato meerschaum
pipe. He smoked incessantly. He tried ail
the different kinds of tobacco; put a "button"
in it, boiled it in tobacco juice, but ail to no
avail. It wouldn't color. He grew moroso
and sour, shut himself upby hiniselfandtmok
ed, and smoked, and smoked, muttering sav
agely between his teeth: "Cotorl I toy,
D a ye. Pit c-o-'-o-r ye " Ho gave up aU
business, and devoted himself wholly to smok
ing, determined, as be said, to eolor the pips
or die in tbe attempt. One day he failed to
make his appearance at breakfast. His room
was opened, and there besatinbisebalr.dead,
the fatal meerschaum clutched between, his
teeth. Tbe meersehaum was as white as when
it first emerged, Venus like, from the foam of
the sea, bnt the man was turned to ariehdark
brown. The meerschaum had colored iini
Vanr xeab his Tkice The rumor that
General Granville M. Dodge, of Iowa, will suc
ceed to the War Department, recalls a capital
story of that officer, which Is good enough to
go the rounds again. After tbe elosa of the
war. General Dodge was in command of a poit
in Louisiana. One day the Adjutant General
received an ofiieial eommunicatlon from bim,
stating that ha had been offered $50,000 to
wink at certain cotton speculations, and refused
it. The bid bad been increased to $100,000,
and then to twice that amount. The General
said he bad refused all the offers, but tb last
torn was "very near his price," and he wished
to be relieved before a loader call on his pro
bity was made. His request was granted,
At a recent meeting of the; American Geo
graphical Society at Sew York the President
exhibited several ancient maps and charts,
among which was a map of Africa upwards of
two centorics old, showing that the Datch and
Portagueta bydrograpbers of that period had
a knowledge of the Albert Syania lake and
other localities in Africa, which hare been
claimed as recent discoveries.
A Yankee in Paris, who was listening to
theboatts of some English and French abtnt tb
wonderful genius of their respective country
men, at last broke out and said: "Oh.cthawl
yeou git out I Why there's Bill Define, of our
village, wno kin paiat a piece ol core 10' last
ly like marble that tbe minute you throw it
into water it will sink to the bottom jes' like
Ralph Waldo Emerson, allnding to ths
Cormot in his f peeeh at the meetine la Boston
on Tuesday night, said thatHamboIdt"mareb
ed along like an army with solid phalanx and
expanded wings, in tbe full clauses and paren
theses or these remaraabie pages.- rronaoiy
moat of his bearers understood what he meant.
From a return recently mads by tbe British
and Foreign Bible Society, it appears that by
mesas of that aeener there hare been distrib
uted, up to 1S6, 57,210,43! copies of tbe Holy
Senptares, ths expenditure lacsrred daring
the sixty-five year! of ths Society's existence.
having been 6,553, 1IS-1.
Senator Sherman opposes ths repeal of tha
Income Tax. regarding it as the fairest tax
that can be levied. It is said that in a recent
speech be expressed tho hope soon to sea all
our internal taxes repealed, except tha taxes,
on whiskey, tobacco aad incomes.
It was stated that Senator Feiienden never
recovered from tbe eSeeta of poison received
into his lytteat at the Satiosal Hot! poison
ing in 1857.