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BOOK AND aTOB
Every "Wednesday Morning,
AT $-O0 PER ASXTM.
Sailed to Foreign tSWbsrrlber t $7.80.
Orrccr On Queen Street, in the old
Castom House, Honolola, H. I.
Printed nd publlabed ky J. Mott Skith, at the
Government Prlntlne once, to whom all bnsinewa
comsmnlcations ami be addressed.
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VOL. V NO. 49.!
IIONOLULO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1869.
$6.00 PER YEAR.
WITH KBATMHm AMD
-J. ft. araXXTOX.
CASTLE fc COOKE,
IMPORTERS, GENERAL KSCHASTS,
ASS GENERAL AGENTS,
No. so Mag Stmt, opposite the Seameu'a Chapel
The Kohala Sugar Ontnpanr, Hawaii,
The natkn Snrar Company. Mac),
The Hawaiian arar ME1U, Man I.
Th tTalalua Surar Plantation. Oabn. and otter
Sugar Planter of Vaioli and Kola. Kauai,
The Lumahal Blee Plantation, Kauai,
Dr. Jayne'e Celebrated Family Medidnee,
Wheeler t Wilson's Sewing Machines.
The Giant Powder Company.
The Lew .England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
SSI Tb. American Steam Fire-proof Sal. Co. Ij5
IMPORTER & DEALER IK SOOTS, SHOES,
sine Ooihlnr. Furnishing floods. Perfumery, it,
corner of Tort and Merchant Street, nonololu.
Atao, Agent for the nawalian Soap Co. Order! re-
cdrl. and promptly executed.
Particular attention paid to the Shipment of (1 nodi
to the other Island Mr
A- C. BUFFC.H. It. .
P82X PHYSICIAN, A5D SURGEON.
OCce and Bealdeoce So. W rort Street, Honolulu,
first house maral of the Catholic Church.
At home cay and night, when not professionally
DttMLOGIIASf Sc CO.,
AsTPORTERS & DEALERS IK HARDWARE,
Cutlery, Dry Goods. Palata and Oils, and General
AlercnanOse, No. 85, King Street, Honolulu, 115-lji
rBAc aaows. copraaT brows.
1IK01V Sc CO.,
IMPORTERS & "WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Wine, Spirit, Ale, Porter, Ac, Merchant St,
X. r. t. 0. W1UEE.
ABAMS Sc WILDER,
AUCTION & COMMISSION merchants
S) Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. fljt
II. UACEFELO Sc CO.,
GEKERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
S-S Queen Street, nonolnln. n. I. py
ED. HOFFS CHL 4JEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS & C0M3HSSI0NMERCHANTS
41 Honolulu, Oanu, IT. I. pJ5
THEODORE C XIEECK,
EHPORIER & COMMISSION MERCHANT.
1-4 Honolulu. Oaha. 1L I. Py
F. JL. SCJOAEFER at CO.,
nonolnln, Oahu, IL I.
C. H LEWIES. J. 6. D1CKS0X.
Z.E1TERS Sc DICKSOS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK LUMBER,
And all kind of Building Material, Tort Street,
JOICV S.McGREiV, M. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
02ke In H. L. Chase'a Building, Furt Street. Office
hours, from Eight to Ten a X., and from Three to
Tire r. X. Residence on Chaplain Street, between
Sntav and Fort Street. 8-3m
ALLEN & CHLLLINGWORTH,
ill continue the General Merchandiae and Shipping
business at tb abore port, habere they are prepar
ed to furnish the justly celebrated Kawaibae Pota
toes, and such other JleerwiU as are required by
wnaleshlpa, at tha shortest notice and on the meet
reasonable terms. Firewood always on hand. S-ljrS
JOECT T. WATERHOBSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IK GENERAL
2 Queen Street, Honolulu, JL L. lyS
W. Xa. GREETV,
GENERALCOMWSSION AGENT S: BROKER
02ce in Flre-pnof Bandings on Queen Street,
3 Honolulu, H. I. Py4
C X. SrXXCZK. H. stACr.ARLi.XB.
CIIAS. ?T. SPEVCER Sc CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEECHAKTS,
21 Queen Street. Honolulu. H. I. ljt
McCOLCAS Sc aOHASOA.
10 Fort at.. Honolulu, oppoalu T. & llcock's, lyS
C. JE. fllAAJLH.S,
MANUEACTFRER, IMPORTER & SEALER
In Fnrnlture of Tery description. Furniture TTare
Soom on Fort Street, opposluChase's Photograph
Gallery. Workshop ax the old stand on Hotel
Street, near Fort. Orders from the other
41) Islands promptly attended to. PyS
BOOT AND SHOE MAErTR,
41 King Street, next to the Bethel. Honolulu. PyS
CAKKET VATTT-tt AND UPHOLSTERER
stlnrStreet, Honolulu, opposiu Lewis Cooper Kbop.
41 WIU tray andaellsroxHUtaod Fumlture. PyS
jom Tiiirrs. tnos. sorexsox.
riBBETS Sc. S0RE.AS05,
SHIP CAXPXSTERS & CAULKERS
Vear the Honolulu Iron VTaras.
THE. II. JDATIES,
Lati Jaxiox, Gftxzx A Co.
ZXP8BSES ft COMMISSION MERCHANT,
n aacxT roa
British and Foreign 3darlne Insoraoc Ox, and
Korthera Assurance Company. 3-lyS
.I3CP8RTXRS AND WHOLESALE SEALERS
1 Ta Fashionable Qotfaing, Hat. Caps, Boots. Shoes,
aad erery nriety of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
. Bbows Bulldisg, Merchant Street, Honolulu. M-IyS
; j. S. WALKER. s. C AIXEX.
WALKER Sc. ALLG5,
an? use & ccmmiseion msschakts,
T Ojoeen Street. Honolulu. H. I. Pyi
X. Xa. TORBERT.
.SALSS IK LUMBER AND EVERY vmii
W SUILSnYS MATERIAL.
HWIM Comer Queenaad Fort atreeta. lyS
ROLLES Sc CO.,
SSI? BANKERS AND C93aXESKwK
f ' MERCHANTS,
Ka Street. HosolsJn. Partfenlar auestioa paid
40 the purchase and sal of Hawaiian Produce,
, linn r rrtaifFiny to
L Jsicearas a Co, H Hackseld a Co,
Cn a On. IcLBMtardsaCo.
C yatersaaa Bea, lOameaOoote. (MyS
U0C1K AUD SHIP CKAIBLER,
Moasyand t3Trita rahed to SUpa on the mosi
JJ laitsasie lersaa. jiji
. M-eriat bI guml Aflmt,
IissjuHsr of Tees w4 other .OH and Foreifn
wis. Wire ml Beater in Bs wafts n Prodaee. and
caartee rawaaa a&u Awiauuln 1-oaw nantt-
nrefroot atera on antian aareet. netow
DR. WM. SEWCOH B,
DENTIST OSes, Cor. Tort & Hotel Streets.
Harlng taken the office of Dr. Smith, offers his
seniles to the public in erery department of the
Dental Art. 4S
X. C. dULLAMEL. X. A. SLUKK.
CIIAIXAMEI. Sc CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK WINES,
Spirits. Ales, Ac-. No. S, Jiuuanu street, opposite
Merchant Street, nonolnln. 12-lyS
D. H. HITCHCOCE,
15 Hilcs HawalL pri
A. S. CEEGHORTV,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
In Merchandise. Ftre.proof Store, corner of Qnecn
and Kaanumanu Streets. Btall Establishment, on
Nuuann Street, and on the corner of Fort and Hotel
wsxjux picx. h. 1- r. ctaTrr.
C. BREWER Sc CO.,
noxoi.rjL,u, is. i.
AGENTS Of ttse Boston amci Ilonolnln
AG17STS For tbe SInkre, 'WallnVn nnd
AOKVTS For Die Pnrchase and Sale of
Island Prodnee. 5-Iy5
S. T. EBI.EE5. A. JAEGER.
It. F. EIILERS Sc CO..
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
Flre-prooT Sure on Fort Street, abore Odd Fellows
F. A. S CltAEFER,
CEXT for the IJREJIEN BOARD
Agent far the Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Agent tor the lenna lEoard ol unaerwniers.
C. R. BAETOW,
Salesroom on Queen Street, ODe door from Kaahu-
31. S. GREVXtAlHU Sc CO.,
IMPORTERS AND 'WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
and erery rariety of Geutlenen's superior Furnish
ing Goods. Store in Make' Blocr, Queen Street,
Honolulu, n. L po-lyS
AFOAG Sc. ACUSICK.
Importerj, "Wholesxlo and Retail Dealers
In General Merchandise and China Goods in the
Fire-proof Store on Jtuuanu Street, nnder the Public
JOIIIV II. PATV,
Notary Public sad Corimissioner of Deeds
For the State or California. Offlce at the Bank of
Bishop a Oo Kashumanu Street, Honolulu. 3-Iy5
ii. a. wnr..i.v.-v,
u tfflce at the Interior Department. PyS
G. "IT. .ORTO.l,
C00PEE AND GAUGEE,
At the Kew Stand on the Esplanade.
I pirpared to attrnd to all work in hit lint
at the Shop nest to the Cuttom llone, wherv be can
be found at all vorkinf: honra. He baa on band
and Ijt tale. Oil Caski and Barrels of tUfferent tixra,
Dfrind old, which h Will sell at the rerLoweat
Market Hate All wrk dons In a thorooch mannrr
and warranted to pi re aatisfactivaiL. All kinda ol
Coopering Materiala and Tooli for aale. l3m
F. II. Jc O. SKGELKE.,
TUT, ZI1SC A5D COBPER SMITHS,
AUD fiHKi-rr IE0IT W0EXEES,
Knnann Street, between Herchant & Queen.
Hare coastantly on band, Storea, Pipe. Gal
Mftv Timixed Iron Pip. Plain and Hose Bibbe,
jm rrg Etop-oocka, India Rnbter Uosebeet 3-plj,
Ltn lenctha of 33 and 0 feet, with conplinss
and pipe complete. Batb-Tnta, and alao a
Terj large stock of Tinware of eTery dtotription.
ParticuUr attention fren to Ship-Work. Ordera
Crom tb other Idanda will be carefoll y attended to.
Thankfol to the dtizeas of Ilonolnla and the
lalands jeeoerallx for their liberal patronage in the
past, we bope by strict attention to bc&ineai to merit
tht same for the fBtnre. S7-1 j5
COOPER AND GAUGEE,
At the Old Stand, corner Sing & Bethel Sts.
A Large Stock of Oil Sbouka and all kinda of Coop
ering aUalerUU oonstantlj hand. lie bopea br
attention, to buioea to merit a oontlnnance of the
patronage which he baa heretofore eioyed, and for
which be now returns bis thanks. 1-Zm
J. II. THOMPSON,
Qneea Street, Honolulu,
Has constantly oa hand and for sale at the Lowest
Market Price, a good assortment of tbe Best BeSned
Bar Iron, and tbe Best Blacksmith's CuaL 3S-lyS
JX0. S0TT. Ill L son.
JOm SOTT Sc CO.,
C0PPEE AND TIN SMITHS,
Xulmmans St, 020 door abore Flitatr's,
Beg leare to Inform the public that they are pre
pared to furnish all kinds of Copper Work, such as
SUUs, Strike Pans, Sorghum Pans, Wonus, Pumps,
etc Alsooo hand., fall assortment of Tin Ware,
which we offer for sale at tbe Lowest Market Prices.
All kinds of Kepairing done with Seatness and
DispVtch. Orders from the other Islands will meet
with prompt attention. I-3m
LICENSED SHIPPING AGEHT,
Office on 7ames SoMssos ft Co's Whaxt
Continue the buslnesa on his old plan of settling
with oficers aad seaasea immediately on theirabip.
ping at bis oftVc. Haring no direct or Indirect cosj.
nectign with any outfitting establishment, aad allow.
Ing no debt to be collected in his o&ce, he hopes to
aire a. food satisfaction In the future a he has In
HOUSE ASB SHIP FLUKBEE,
Elng Street, sext to the Seamen's BetheL
Bas on haad. Bath-Tubs, tTaterOesets,Vrasb-Ba-ain,
'Force and Lift Pumps, Lead and Galranized
Iron Pipes, and number's Brass-work. Being the
only Plumber in tbe cety, tie wW execute all orders en
trusted to him la a workxaanUke manner. P-Sm
UICKSO.t Sc BOLSTER,
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
King; Street, near IfntLantu
graining, Msrhemfc Cttdtcg. Cihnmlrlrg.
'aper-liB4cc Ac. Ac execated on the'
'ahorteat notice, and an th most reasonable
riASOS suad otHer Xtulcal
nsfernmsBU Iwsed sa. Bspsired. br
CRU1LBS bEBBT, at tbe Hawaiian
Icssons 'gircnon slie Flalaa eb Galtaur.
bs beat of letsreaceaajTen. P-IyS
WAeeB ASB CAKEIA6E BUILBEK,
76 Kina; Mrret, Honolnln.
...assssK. Biesarias- earn, with a
.H m4 aeal.eas. Also, paraica-
Hv ar .Msntinn rve to J. fa
sasMsasar aesi Hefse ilimsr. OlaVjs frarn
Isiirnlipi siifllj 1 111 nlsit 4w4y
FOlUilGN 1StOTI(;ES. j
Ii. JT. DORSET,
AKD IUSUEAHCE AGENT,
41 and 42 Merchant's Exchange, California Street,
M San Fraacuco, CaL Py
Messra.Xrown Jt Co.. San Trandaoo.
Menrs. C. Jldolphe Low Jt Co....... ..San Francisco.
Meatrs. llolladay Jt Breahaa .San rrandscn,
Messrs. II. llackfeld Jt Ca .. Uoaolula.
Liox a. wrt txs. Jmu x. nucx,
I.EOS R. MEYERS at CO.,
mPOETEES ASS MANUTACnrEEES OF
ITALIAN & AMERICAS MATtBT.s,
Mantels. Grates, Monuments. Ileadtones. Tombs,
Washstand, Bureau and Counter Tea. Billiard Beds,
Fire Bricks, Plaster, Jtc Ic 30 'Market Street, op
posite Catholic Church, San Francisco, CaL SS-ly.
B. W. SXTXXASCX. c. X. CLalX
SEVERANCE, CLASS & CO..
AND SHIPPING AGENTS,
405 Front St, corner of CUy, San Francisco.
We will attend to the aale of Scgar and all kinds
of Island Produce, also to the purchasing and for
warding of Merchandiae. Cash Ad ranees made on
hx jrcuAiur, j. c. xmni
Portland. g. Cal.
2TCRAKEH, MEESILL & CO.,
nariny been rnrafed In trar present bustnem tar
upwards if telv years, an J beinc located la a Fire
proof B rir)c Knildinp, we are prrprired to recelre and
dirpo$f Island Staples, such a focar, Sjmpn, lUce,
rata, CeCt-e, etc. to adrantage. Consignments es
pecially aolicitrM for the Orr-on Martet, to wh.cb
personal attention will be paid, aod npon which cash
ad ran ccs wfll be made- when reqnired.
Charles TT Brooks .San Francisco
J C Merrill a Co
Jamea ratrick a Co.
VaT Coleman a Co.. .... "
gtereru. Baker a Co
Allen a Lewis ...... Portland
Leonard a Green 1-1 j 3
E. JSm VA2V REED,
Raring tb best facilities through an Intimate con
nection with the Japanese trade for the past eight
years. Is preparea to transact any bulls ess entrusted
to his care, with dispatch. lT-lyS
b.b.whlu, n. r. siucuu, ra.srot.ois.
WILLIAMS. BLAHCHAED & CO..
SHIPPING & COMinSSION MERCHANTS,
0 305 Front Street, &n Francisco. 6m
LA2TGLEY, CEOWELL & CO..
Cor. Battery & CUy Sts, San Francisco, to
Ssniome Stretf San Francisco.
Extendins from Sacramento St. to. llalleck Street.
HAVING BEE5 RECEXTLT REX
uTaled and newlj Furnished, makes It tha
most quiet, economical and comtortable FAMILY
HOTEL In tbe State. Being central! located, it of
fers errry inducement Lr Boslness Men and the Pub
Tbe Tables will be constantlj supplied with erery
luxury the market auorda. The American Cxcbango
Coach, with Red Lights, will be at the Wfaarres and
Dej-ota, to conrry sseorers to the Hotel free,
T-lyft TIM0THT SARGENT. Prop'r
BOAED OF UNDEltWEITERS.
rVUC UXDGRSIGXED hsTlnhecn
JL appointed Asents lor the San Fnnaiaco Board
of Underwriters, comprising tbe
California Insurance Company.
Merchants' Mutual Marine Ins. Co-,
Pacific Inanrancc Company,
California Lloyd's, and
Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Beg leave to inform Masters of Teasels and the pub
lic generally, thai all losses of Teasla and Cargoes,
insured by either of tbe abore Companies, against
perils of tbe seas and other risks, at or near tbe
Sandwich Islands will bare to be verified by them.
14a IL IIACKFELD k CO.
THE U.VDEUSIG.VED, AGENTS of
tbe aboTe Company, bare betu authorized to
Insure risks un Cargo, KrelRht and Treat
ure, by Coast era. from Honolulu to all porta of
the tiawaiian Group, and Tke versa.
8-lj& IL UACK7ELD k CO.
MKRJSE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Prsuielseo.
THE TJXDEKSIGKED harlng been
appointed ArenU for the abore Compaar're
prepared to!aue Policies on Cargoes, JFrcsgnt.
VTALKES Jt ALLEN,
ICm Ajrents, Honolulu.
THE VyOESLSlOSED, AGEICT8 OP
the ahorw Companj, hare beea antborixed to
Insure risha en Cargo, Frclgfat and Treas
ure, from nanolnlu to all ports of the world, and
IMj H. UACKPELD Jt CO.
FLSE ISSUXASCE COMPANY.
TIKE SSOEIUIGSED lia-rtng been
JL appointed Agents of the abor. Compear, are
prepared to Insure risKs against Fire, on Stone and
Brick. Buildlirjs, and oa Merchandise
stored therein, on the moat faroralde terms. Tor
particnlars applT at the office of
fi-IjS F. A- SCHABTEE t CC
THE ACF.XT FOR. TUB BRITISH
Foreign Marine Insurance Propane-, (limit,
ed), has rrcetred instrnctioos to reduce the rates cd
Insurance between Honolulu and Ports ta the Pachtc,
and la now prepared to issue Policies 'at the Zearest
Raiu. with a special redaction on Freight perJHeasa
era. - THEO. U. DAYlfS.
48-tf Ugtal Brit. Far. Mxr. Int. Co, (LiulUd)
IMPE1I1L FIRE KSUEiKCE Cs.
ST Les4.-Eita.Hisied A.D. 1838.
CASH CAPITAX, 58,600,000 In COLD.
TBE CJfBEESiGXEO HATISO bees appointed
agents of the abore Company tot tbe Hawajiaa
Isasods. ar. prsareU to iiwar. aiut 'tr. un tents',
Saoae aad Wooden BaHdiop, aad on Merchandise,
ec la. mot fisrorable Una. For particalara, apel
lr WALKER t ALLKX.
XK. J. CASTA,
JEWELER AID EX GRATER,
Fart Street eaiawlUl &ii raUrsri' HaU,
Is ureoared toexecate with Iwusaoenees. at) work I.
SUGAlt & MOLASSES.
18 6 9.
HILO, II. X
Sagrar and aiolasses.
CROP C0MTK0 IX AND FOR SALE IN
qoantitiei to suit purchasers, br
WALKER Jt ALLEN,
Kugfar- una MoIasscsVCrop 1S6S
COMING IN, FOR SALB- IN QUAKTI
Uea to suit purcbasefs. by
WALKER A ALLEN,
Sugar astl Moltissct Crop 1869
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN Q.0ANTI
ties to suit purchasers, br
WALKER 4 ALLEN,
Vfcxr Crop of Socar Sc ZHoIasscrt
"VT0W COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN
JL quantities to suit purchasers by
C. BREWER t CO.,
VTEW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR
JLl Sals in quantities to suit purchasers,
bj C. BREWER I CO.,
DRY GOODS, &C.
GASTLE & COOKE,
Consisting In Part of
Finest Whit, all Wool 4 Flannel,
Finest White all Wool and Angola White
Flannels, Good Grey and Whit, all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting,
Thompson's Glore-Fitting Corsets,
Amosieag Denims, Jeans, Drills and
Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
A Sur ass't of Stationery,
Water Lined Note Paper.
White Ruled Note Paper,
White Rnled Laid Leaf, Letter A
Bill Paper, White. Buff a
Amber Laid Letter A
Iayion's Indelible, and Carter's Copying Ink,
Artists' A Book-keepers' Flexible Rulers,
Smith A Wesson's Pistols & Cartridges,
Hair Girths, Stirrups A Leathers,
Spanish Trees, Croupe rs and
Bridles, Oak Belting,
Italian PackiBs; Iace leather,
Paints, Oils, &c.
White Zinc k Lead, in 1,2 A 25 &S containers,
Paris and Chrome Green,
Chrome Tcllorr, Umber, Sienner,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Prussian Blue, Whiting,
Bladders of Putty,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and Furniture Yarnisb,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills,
Axe, Pick. Sledge. Adt, II oe, Oo,
Hammer A Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles,
CroterSj-Howels, and Champering Knires,
Fore, Smooth, Jack t Jointer,,
Cnt Nails, 3, 4. 6. 8, 10, 12, 20, 30. 40, SO and
Mi, Boat Nails, 1, 1, 11 A 2 inch.
Pressed Nails, 2 A 2 inch.
Cooper's Rirets, 4, 7 A 8 Bis,
Copper Rirets A Burs. 2, J,
I A I inch, Gimp Tacks,
Iron A Copper Tacks
of all sizes.
Best Rubber Hose, i, J, 1, 1 A 2 inch.
Centrifugal, Varnish, Paint, White-Wash
and Scrub Brushes, Cor'd Tin Pails,
J, I, 2, 3, 4. 6. 8, 10 A 12 quarts,
CoTered Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dub and Milk Pans,
Hammer,, Ganges, Squares, Chisels,
Angers, Sieres, Lira. Squeezers,
Yard Stick,, Bong Starter,. Axes,
Shorels, Spades, Oos, Lanterns,
Eagle Horse, A and O Plow, and
Points, Paris Plows, extra
leary and strong.
Protoxide of Iron,
Poland's White Pin. Compound,
Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc.
Bott-Ber's Kerosene Oil,
From the Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
ALL TO BE SOLD LOW.
CXATEB. OF XILAOEA. HAWAII.
ETHIS ESTABLISHMENT IS jffe
bow ope. tar ta. recaption of rtsftors to 3;.
oleano House, who mar reJr on flodinc coe
Lrtabl. rooms, a rood taW. and prompt alteaaaoce.
cxpenencea guiees Mr taw iraer-anrajsua tutaa.
STEAK AID SULPHITE BATHS !
Hones 'Grained tad Stabled If 9filei
Parties rjatUaa; tb. Tara ria HSa,oaa proear.
animals warranted to make the jtarnejr, br 1. H.
Utiiiiioa-T, Esf. JT-rr.
ART LETT SALOON,
Corner Hotel and Fort !relA.
m Krrii Uttlf narrta4 aW fcralsAid Ml
Babe saasr. wsl.kstfwa niaee of ssrfertaavjl
aad WW fas. Ullhssa mm aW besAaaT
liMfs, rftaes, Aiu, JSa, at aVear sW Ma
Tlstt to an Art HoIIOIbje;.
New Haren Is a rural city, t&feruttag a
striking coaiblDstlon of Mtnre and art. Its
streets, with their rows of spreading rasplc
andarchtng trees, Its' decant bnlldiofts with
tbeir Taried archltectnre And tasteful inr
ronndiogA, Its qaslnt old college, npon
whose aecleat brick wall tbe abattoirs fall
drcjinUy throagb the thick, folkgri oi the
classic trees, tAartdtag In raethodtcsl rows,
like solemn and heaTy Dralds, of old,"
combine to give the town as air o4 anelent
ness and qolct repose.
Just la tbe rear of the colleges stand the
Trnmboll Art Building with Its bold and Im
posing front, a retired I He for the eetbrone
raent of art. A striking contrast, too, It is,,
to tbe old sepolcbre, that lonaerly beld all
the plctnres that Tale conld boast ot Tbe
old bolldlng was soggestlre of an Egyptian
Temple, and it entombed the remains of CoL
Trotnbnll and bis wife. He, a lover of srt.s
as well as a fighter of battles, bad painted
and jriren nearly the whole collection. Tbe
room was gloomy and solemn as a Krare.
The plain figured carpet absorb al! sound,
and footsteps trod it with a muffled hush.
Ma&slre folding doors dirlded the spacious
rooms, and near the threshold a prominent
Inscription Informed tbe beholder that be
stood on the artist's grave. On a col5 day
thechilly dampness .of tbe' rooms was over
powering, despite the burning beat from the
registers of tbe hot air furnaces below.
Moreover, on a table, covered with black
leather, beside a murky Ink bottle and a
very scratchy pea, lay a dingy book, with
soiled and dark covers, in which visitors
were expected to Inscribe their name, tbe
writer reeling that he registered a visit to a
tomb as well as an art gallery. It wasau
Idea, born, perhaps, of tbe deepest reverence
that moved tbe venerable fathers of Yale to
entomb tbeir beloved artist In a sepulchre
adorned with bis own works. We can Im
agine that the old Roman superstition lm.
pelled them, and that Trumbull's paintings
were burled with him to gladden bi spirit
In its mysterious Journey to the fields of
The Trumbull collection forms but a small
part of the pictures now exhibited in tbe
handsome building erected by Mr. Street for
tbe Yale School of Fine Aria. We enter tbe
bulding at tbe south front, and ascend by a
long flight or stairs to the North Gallery,
where we are greeted by tbe " Jarves Collec
tion.". This consists ot early Italian paint
ings, executed by masters wbo flourished
from the eleventh to the beginning of tbe
seventeenth centnries. It has been a work
of extreme difficulty to collect and arrange
one hundred and twenty pictures ofeo early a
date, but tbe task has been well accomplished
by Mr. Jarves, and with a result that gives
the collection a great artistic value. In no
regular art gallery, either In Europe or
America, can the Italian schools of painters
be so correctly studied, chronologically.
Their time-honored and most, Imperishable
works were executed In churches and na
tional edifices. Comparatively, very few
easel pictures of tbe masters are to be found.
Unknown painters, men of humble fame and
obscure lire, have done far more to acquaint
us with early art, than the tamous painters,
and to help us to trace more completely tbe
Taried schools. Many difficulties exist In
ascribing these ancient paintings to their
proper authors. Traditions concerning them
are often erroneous, and signatures may be
forged, yet "tradition, signature, and inter
nal evidence are .the only means usually at
our disposal," and where tradition fail,, tbe
latter Is almost always a certain Indication
or tbe painter. The practiced eye can dis
cern tbe "brash stroke," that tells a clearer
and more unfailing story than any " docu
mentary history" that maybefouDd accom
panying the picture. Feeble as these pic
tures may. seem, when compared with tbe
magnificent mosaics, frescoes, and Immense
altar pieces that adorn tbe Sisllne Chapel,
the Vatican, and the Incoronata at Naples,
yet, tbe qualntness, tbe antiquity, and the
subjects ol these painting- can not but ex
cite tbe wonder and admiration of an art
loving and appreciative visitor. After tbe
nations emerged frost that age of darkBess
that brooded over the-ralads of the people,
from the fifth to tbe tenth century, Christian
art and civilization revived. Tbe susceptible
and enthusiastic ItaHsss caught the Inspira
tion, and their great object seem to hare
been to picture Biblical scenes, and Impress
tbera on tbe minds of tbe people; hence a
great number or the pictures of the "Jarves
Collection" Jtre Ideals or Bible history.
It must be confessed that tbe first Impulse
or tbe visitor, after recovering from a hearty
surprise, k to laugh outright. Tbe carious
gilt frames that. In many of tbe pictures, are
u tbe form of a gotbfe temple, with a right
and left wing; the peculiar arrangement of
colors; the singularity and perfect original
Hyof IbegroBpteg, asd the utter disregard
or perspective, cause tbera to appear as tbe
Ideal of some frantic absurdity.
To review the pictures In tUs room, and
cote the curious history that attaches to
each, one, would be too great a task. It
shall be our aim to notice, merely, those
palaUags most meritorious asd Interesting..
Perhaps H may be weH to note that tbe fs
Jortty of these pictures are painted In Umptra
color railed with glae, the wbKe of an gg,
or gum of some kisd. The Italian sxed
eblefiy tbe wbke of as egg. Some-of tbe
Byzantine pictures are dose is mcaiuHc,
which is psJstliig with tber esters mixed
ia wax; asd "jrtly fwieg the colon by
beat after tbe' brosbwork was BtrfsfeetL"
Ttesee school ti tbe first first attracts
settee. Prominent astesg its ptetare Is
"Tbe' Epiphany, or Adoration of tee Shep
herd Kings." It. la tbe wing ot as aMr
pieee, executed by eKesose MartM. Tbe
three Bag are represented a aW, aieMIe
aged, aad y. They atso laeHtate tbe
Batkreaffttes of tbe three Cootlueni, tbotr
ia tlM& oH poo pic sfcODM vnttutUy cask to
Christ aad worship. Thfe' p4esre posswase
ail tbe beaaty or "pate ad a4uuiowleM
eoior". Haai so partiealariy tsmaelerhes the
SftMsrO -ssfcwWaL 'Tlfc (n soot tit Oto4t& scst
attracts .ear goricw. As fotbstete friessd'of
Bsattw's, bcafsjMwt Is bfc sxaaa tbe VMser
is Matisn wt tat BasHe
A J! .
was la literature. Baca re bis Usbm, text
artktlc productloes partook strofly f Mm
Byxaatiae style.. The attHo4, drapery, ad
facial expressions of tbeir sbjset were
largely borrowed. Great ert was asstM to
bring out light and shade by watreme esa
trast, and tbe gradation was wroaajtt by
raeaBS of pare color. Sxtrwfss bfttrwy
was accomplished by uslag berBkheel
gold. Bk borate p terns of drapery, vlrWiy
worked, were considered object ef tsaport
aaceaad latereat. Thus lb cAaraetetittte
gloom of counteaaace, aad, affected tradl
tieaal posture were rendered bsr coaspiea
ou. These borrowed arts, and patch-work
means of secarieg .irfKets, (Hofto entirely
discarded. He sought to aeeoapiish results
by stroke of.Kght and Ibade, aad aweet aad
Intimate Wending. Altbetrih Hrla ressMftia
ble painter was not a correct utauMBe,
and bis style wss brought to perrectioa by
bts followers rather' than by himself, yet hi
name must ever be' UlastriowS, a a changer
of old and pernicious castoavs, a au latrc
duccr of greater simplicity, and an lacalcator
or true idea of rep reseat leg tbe aatarai aad
beautiful. There are but two p let ares of tbls
master In the whole collection, and these are
feeble when compared with bis great work
at Florence. "The Entombment" Is par
ticularly' effective, tbe shades and flesh palnt
tng being for superior to any thing previously
executed. ,A picture of Gentile da Febriauo,
"The ydonna and Child," has this peculi
arity, that, when found, It was eatlrely dis
figured by re-palntlog. The newer paint was
erased, and the original picture remain to aa
almost perfect condition. One partkakr
excellence of tho ancient method of mixing
paint Is the durability and the firmness of
color, that unfailingly resist tbe. ravages ot
time. Paulo TJcelll, a Florentine, and leader
In landscape painting, Is represented by two
pictures both Incidents from tbe joeid or
Virgil Juno, arrayed In a robe of black, aod
burnished gold, goes to CEolus, who U sitting
on a rock, with his 'sceptre of power In his
hand, and bids him raise a storm on the sea
where iEaeaa and bts crew are trlumphantlr
sailing. Immediately, tbe Winds, (roguclsh
looklng youths,. with prodigious trumpet la
their mouths,) blow forth a greenish, smoky
gale from every aide, while Gneas and hi
crew are, plunged in the midst or a tempest
uous storm. At tbe right, wHh an air, or
angry disdain, Neptune rides In his chariot,
driving two or tbe Winds Gephyrus and
Earns before him. Further on, the crew
are landing la a harbor; Baeas meets bis
patronizing goddess, Venus, and the drama
closes amid sunshine and perfect felicity.
Tbe " Penitence of St. Jerome" seems to
have been a favorite tbeme of Fra Fillppo
LIppi's. Tbe saint I represented as kneeling
before a crucifix beating bis bead with a
rough stone. Tbe lion his peculiar attri
buteIs present, to Indicate bis strength
or character and bis habitual solitude. A
"Portrait of Dante," taken from tbe cast at
Ravenna, attracts attention, as tbe name or
Dante ever must. He Is crowned with a
wreath of fadeless leaves, as a mark. of bis
poetic distinction and immortal fame: bat be
seems to beed It not. HI expression 1 as
sweet and sad aa If a thought of tbe peerless
Beatrice were hovering with Inteaseat sanc
tity over his mind. The features are acute,
and sensitively delicate, shewing bat too
plainly that " be learned in anfferingwbai be
taught In song.1'
Agostlno Cancel, one of tbe founders or
tbe Bolognese, or Eclectic, school, 1 repre
sented by a picture entitled "Venal Love."
Cupid is breaking his bow In disgust at tbe
sight or a coquettish girl or toare sixteen
summers, discarding a yoasg aad devoted
cavalier and clinging with pradlsh fondness
to a venerable gentleman of some eighty
years. A picture ot Artemisia, mixing the
ashes or bcr husband In ber wine, by Doree
mleblno, is well Imagined. Tbe face, large
aad royal, is Indicative or a strength and
pride that would see si able to rise saperier
to grief. We are surprised that o resolute
a countenance should be the representative
of so passtoaate and teaacioB a woaua.
The last picture thst the eye dwells upon is
tbe "Head or the Dead Christ," by Albert
Daer, ot tbe German school. AavHthtg
more horrid, aad ghastly can hardly be Im
agined. It seems to be as Ktastrstloa of the
postage, " lie bath no form or cosfitHecss,
and when we shall ace him there i no
beauty that we should desire him. Surely,
Hi hath heme our grUfi ami tarried our tor
rotes." Such Is a brief aad Bscager accoaet of a
few or the palaiieg exhibited la this gal
lery. As we study tbe deskjs of those en-'
thaltlc artists, long si see dead aad (tone,
our hearts expaad aader tbe rafluence, and
our own souls cieb afresh and vivid Inspira
tion. We seeatt borne os the shadowy wings
or tbe raystleat Art-Angel from scene to
scene, from painter to painter, from age to
sge4 ia weecssion, until we have lost oar'
selves Iq the past, and are recalled to the
present, by tbe praetieai janitor's adtaoahtoa
that the hour for ctoeleg tbe (Hilary has
arrived. J. B.
7a a EiaTOeeAn at Maiila. The foHow
ing partlsnlsja , a serins earthquake wbMi
bas owswed at Manila appeared ia aa extra of
the Ueagkoag Dni) Prm at Oeteer 14th,:
On the 1st of October, between the hears of
10 aad 11 A. M., three serere shocks were foK,
cassia; damage to several baUdaags, ataccat
theta the harness of ooe ot the, satire reel'
meats fell is, bat without ..using lost of life,
although several deaths ar. rawrded from far,
aad is ores pear eat of the How see, by j.ssping
oat of window? aad down nights of stairs.
0jaus6 OTOflf sCsarwaltTS sTaflTas( 'Inw'Air erwarssrwatf larsVww9
short la aevotisy of those ia 1MI, bat awiar
to the hoaeea test sieee Uses laav.bwaa WUt
lteiag weH fei lifted aed etreegthefteel, there
ha bees is Ia of propsriy.
-The Boresaeat was froai as.th laathaast ta
sorth-Borthweast. aad tit. attaaf it f tit
sboeas lasted about afly aeeosdi. Had this
eostiaaed a fw seooad, ieBffwr, tb. isa.lt,
taass aa to. ahaddar. erta U think af tt ; M
it U. tkere were few of tbe bows bast had pias
ter wk sbakea eat of tb .re r law. f wast,
etc JSrecy reof f sesAfejg, aasrs laws, saad
u this is the rabay seaswa. It la saytasaag ssst
fiaas eat here atpresMt. W. kar.ssskM rbw
had stigbt shall a. erery wiaaaa, sad saw k
eesaiag ha frosa the previa of tbe faSiag ia
of oharabM asd other large hails) lags, Boas,
of the add bsd rear tbae-sra ban sat had
rax sassar ua cam m was wi a vary wasg
- swaassra.aBBjr' taraaaa 4aaaBBBBBBj,
aaHftNMHi IjiC wwW fcsf
bead lo be Mad by J, K. Wljlai, Atmtik,
i rwier with wtrl arwtad. IVtftsMiHaa'Md
KfliLsl , m gSMl la as fi aa a. rl kMsbasl waaaaawl waaaaaaaawaawaawawaiM A a
aVtrajt sWrsaTswaBaa. sssauaaa, aaafSBsara Sfasja ajBarjaaaBaBBBBBBBBBjaaj,.
the hsailug awsm tba aeeaaat, thai Oaaat af-s
pOtt't'ai'aja! 9sWwHft9l wMsr 9wfcrs asal arVopWHHlft ttO)
of tin mMmtrf uivor itgatots.
tor oetaloed an eaabw at Coart, daared Feb,
Slat, 1M, to eel! eertaia cattle of tha -
late, aad la aeeeatat Jar ta. f luiiiaw. aft
M- - j. ,MMsaW hU
to the widow $fta mouth, aad asnted Jbrasi
aliowaaee to htoiisAf, ia aoaittioa ta thai
rtO1 OaSfSaWaursafsOarOaBaassV fwaaal CrtssKawll SaaalOsBBs(aaal
to give vfcta, aad rsaaed the fatHiwIat oiaar:
ScrHSVK Cocirr fx ros4V, I
December 4, ltm. f
tor of tsW Mate of AiiN'ii J'sratasa, i
Tbe. Admlrsistiatoi1 was aaaawsad la astt Aa
cattle aad accoaat for the praced'; be a
retained tie preceeds, and ha oalf ftoimUf
paid over to the widow tha Wtaiaa' wlskh
was her own by the teriea of Use wist which
he wat aajperfrted to eaecBte.
The Admlnktrator h charge. bfe for the
current taarkct nAe of ieteeest oa the pro
ceeds of the sate ot cattle, wMeh is asjwsd
by counsel to be per cect,. eieeftVB; tbe
time from to jleriitg which tlaK-
It is per ceat. r
Tbe AdnefiMraier ah.wsd have paid tbe
Jaaoata at saM proceeds, ea the above esti
mate, to tbe widow es.l saaaalty ; aad he
is chargeable with Interest aa the aaaoaut
retataed, for the tirae Ibat they were re ta iced
after they were ttae.
Foi poj&oot oi tdo of portiooo of SsOOaaavO
before they were due, he Bvy b wrrewed
No farther alrowaace eaa be raado to tke
Administrator la addition to the cniaasiiat.ai
he bat received, aed which aiay be da aa
der tbe statate. The aeeoaats are to k
made up oa the above natacd bwele, aad aas
to be asade up U Nor. tw, tm, Mm tVittVet
the order to account, aad pretested ta ate
os Friday, December !iiA..D. Mta.
v Airana-eu ja-aai w sa a,
JutHet of :li Sirtre OmriS
Attet, L. McCcur,
tlsri of (As HfJrsnM CUirf.
By tbe aceeeata roust red oa t hta fewsfc, K
appeared that fl,4w8.W of the taeotae re
male ed due the widow; aad 8,A8tlrl re-
isvaieed as prtseipat for tbe roWasry laga-
tee. The Admlotei rater eapreiied a intra
to pay the widow tbe aatoaet due het de
claring ha was, aad had been, ready to
pay ber whatever ahoaid be aatortatasd or
decreed to be right, aad that b. wi.had.lo
stand blameless la tbe matter. The Court
said that the money might he patd to tbe
widow Is Court, or la she Cleric's oafce, aad
that her written receipt tJaerefor might be
filed, the Clerk retaining tbe cessse!' sees,
If desired. It was atse directed that for la-
rest meet of the prhseipai tan, the Adwlsf
trator shoeld advertise for first ssetiajege
sV. larljli a 1
J"af f ft f fjrft WJX ft fT lAw tsBBBBUsBSBBUaBaV
B ljaTsTfwajreSaTVl w a v a s" VwwS'Tra ,
A Pa JOlrSl afel &Ba1s9saar01a(aTSisrsrt0ra
J. Moutgoasery aad W. C Jooes gsarjna
od iaVm, severally, for tbe r&ieor heirs sot
Japasbss Hoitalitt. The fteqassst ar
rival of.Japaaen satahls aad anaeaaaajwl
nseri la this ooaatry oasrht to ladase a MMasr
of tateraatioeal weearta ketwewa the Uattad
States aad Japan. Oar UaM-PaehW asafh
bor, are rrieadly aad sseepiteUa, aad sanw a
txtr"i XfS wa9 4JJslly ,Ssas3 ttlaarf.aaawewSjt' srOwOlluiraSlawOs wws
this polat the New, York 7rirw tha re
CtBsysStfsfsBVaMO JsHl rPC laW M sinaimd ra ssar-
land at the ptoasytaaa aad amdiarhc wish
ithleh the Bake of Mink, rah was iiaah.it1 br
the Mikado of Japan, sad w law. aiialsaity
aad ItHiigsatieu at she rwfascl of tk. Miajnly
of Chiea to gvart.hi Kotal Hfrksaaaaa Wsw
vfew. The esadaet of fb. rVr arrsuya. is sss
trasiad is a toee that one. Mr iktmi a aW-
tarnlBatloa of Baalish writers to ea
then two OriMtal Baaaifwa frosa tb. i
stand, sect. Tin faet i that tkerw is mm
sriatrtett sftnilarity erthar 1st the Bhaai.atar at
tke peopt or tae priaerpie oi taetr wevam
arsat. Tke eachssjireaesa sf Chiaa hf a Mi-
ey which h( exlSfd..for aay saaalasUs,
while that c-f Japan ta ofhoaaparattveiy r.H.t
oetgia. The aawr.l tsaapw sf ta Chl.saa
at saast or Iboa ta aatbottly u saajp
reserved, aad selfish. Tkat of ts Jsi
la oooe. oeea aad awaaroa.
Foraaaasra bar. ears thasatalia t
for the ilforoa, .aehuiw daring a parisxl of
asere ttMaa two saaatae yean- maa taars.
fiouriehiag it la ads. Their first via aaat
woleoased wHh deHcbt, aad, aadr the taaxh-
oH ot rS.usai Saviaar aad hi Bs , tha
aiaapl lahawitaasa wrn rapidly saBtkeawaag tm
ChrUtiaa faith, when the poiitate-ratigjaaj la.
trig. -of tke Dale aaxl rcrtaurowa. tama S
tJea llsaimy aa tSM tar... aaa awts.,
traaoairHv of the entire Baties. Sa I
wave ta inwasa of the igalead
that Cbriatiasrity praaaatry ksaaaaa tha sp.
aoaysa. ia tke apprwb.aaioa ot tk aaAtv. a,
tajttaj of of9T vpfti'WM of 4aVOVtirwaB'f" fcfoOsfcoj'y
aadrwity. Thetr wpahdas we siaaaay aa
set f sf praaarratieai aa tb. part M Da. Ja-
sksbajerraeat .'eats, A sat rata w ta rwiana. did
lHtta U seflea the htttarawM of this sua its
tttM a, TawO ooosaravsiOool Tr'sUstsi' of XocHokw SpaMoh
aad Maasiaa skip, vers sjsaeet iavatlahji ass
aaaipaabdby sWibar.ah,atalWl,aad Bare
set aatif the evpedttWa ot Caa-aswaWwe sSrry,
ad rml tbat tasXhlwtwtty taffuTwaglawawwa.
ta aay dafsa Bts
flora rasa sat baa
wUHasnsea te asstar airadwawhr i
eatios with tha oataask weatd. apaa ta as
fra ftwai iataawai traahlw. sad th.ja.ls.sj
of eertaia ?saWia ttU aa ihst.alt ta tb aa
asaaadtrhaasat ot tha sinful maattt. Sat at
are tans bMSthaf. awaa) ythl.g ta tbabe
WW of the taadtag aaTlaiala at vartaaa araOa
A Ftnurr JHoarr. Voo Patiuat
i laaaoaallU tuft BaTJiBeBaw
"Aboat a year afo. aae of o
Ma vtatud Ilew Tsaai CM, asd
watts a laJ-eaSstesl
that edasas- A few danega ha a
ta I sal nas if tsMtaMftlirlsfl t
r-Cawk CHm. wtaa aMiulsjaal t