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VOL. V NO. 51.1
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1870.
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CASTLR & COOKE,
IMPORTERS, GENERAL MEBCHAHTS,
AHD GEHEEAI. AGEUTS,
No. 80 Kiss Street, opposite tbe Seamen's Chapel
The Kohl Sugar Compear, Hawaii,
The lUlltn Sopw Companj, ManL,
The Hawaiian !opir Mills, Msnl.
The Walalua Siurar Plantation. Oabn. and other
Fucar nsntere or Vfaloll end Koloit, Kauai.
The Lumahal Rico PInUtion. Kauai,
Dr. Jarne's Celebrated ramlly Medicines,
Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machine.,
The Giant Powder Company.
The Sew England Mutual Life Insurance Co..
SSI The American Steam Fire-proof Safe Co- f lj5
IMPOETEB & DEALER HI BOOTS, SHOES,
Fine Clothing. FnrnUhlng Ooodi, Perfumery, Ar-,
corner of Tort and Merchant Streeta. Honolulu.
Alvi, A pent fir the Hawaiian Soap Co. Order re
wired, and promptly eiecnted.
Particular attention paid to the Shipment of Gooda
n f he other l.landa WJ
A. C. KUFFII3I. St.
POST PHYSICIAN, AND STJBGEON.
OBlce and Itesideoce So. Fort Street, Honolnln,
Srst bouse makal of the Catholic Chnrrh.
At home day and night, when not rn-ofeseionally
DII.IIVOIIAJI fc CO.,
IMPOBTEBS & DEALERS IN HAED WAKE,
Cutlery. Dry Gooda. Palnta and Oil, and General
Merchandise, S a 95, King Street. Honolulu, pt-lvs
i-raxe beowx. oonrnnr IB0W5.
mtoxrx & co.,
IMPOBTEBS & WHOLESALE DEALERS
" In Wine., Spirits, Ale, Porter, c. Merchant St.,
Z.r. ADAMS. B.C. WILDER.
AD.UIS sfc WIMIEH,
AUCTION tc COMMISSION MEB CHANTS
ST Uneen Street. Ilonolnln, If. 1. lyt
II. IIACHFGI'U & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
" 8-6 Queen Street, Honolnln, II. I. ly
ED. HOFFSCHL&EQER & CO..
IMPOBTEBS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
41 Honolulu, Oahn, II. I. Pt5
THEODORE C. IIEIICK,
IMPORTER & COMMISSION MERCHANT.
1-6 Honolnln. Oahn. 11. I. 7
P. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
S8 Honolnln. Oahn, IL I. fly4
C. H. LEWKRS. O. DICKS0X.
Lun'GRK & mcKsorv,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER,
And all kinda of Building Materials, Fort Street,.
JOIirV S.3lcGUEW, .11. T.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Odea in II. L. Chase's nnllding. Fort Street. Oflce
'hours, from Eight to Ten a and froai Three to
Fire r. . Residence on Chaplain Streer, between
Xuuanu and Fort Streets. s-3m
ALLEN & CHILLINQWOETH.
Will continue the General Merchandise and Shipping
business at the abore port, where they are prepar
ed to furnish the Juetlr celebrated Kawalbao Pota
toes, and swh b iuslt " hr
wbaleshlps, at the shortest notice and on the most
reasonable terme. Firewood always on hand. 8-ly5
jronrv T. 1VAXERIIOIJSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
2 Queen Street, Honolulu, tt. I. Iy6
W. Ij. greex,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT & BBOEEB
" Office in Fire-proof Bolldlnga on Queen Street,
28 Honolulu, II. I. ly4
C. !. SFEXCEE. H. KACFARLAXE.
CIIAS. SPESCER & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
2. Queen Street. Honolulu, n. I. Iji
.1IcCOI.GA.-V & JOII.ASOrV,
10 Fort at., nonolnlu, opposite T. C Heuck'a. ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER & DEALER
In Furnl'ure of erery deacrlption. Furniture Ware
Room on Fort Street, opposite Chaae'a Photograph
Gallery. Workshop at the old atand on Hotel
Street, near Fort. Orders from the other
II islands promptly attended to. lyS
BOOT AND SHOE MAEEB,
41) King Street, next to the Bethel, Honolnln. PyS
31. X. DO..ELL,
CABINET MAXEB AND UPHOLSTERER
King Street, Honolulu, opposite Lewis' Cooper Shop.
41 Will buy and eell second-hand Furnitnra. lyS
JOBS TI1BETI. THOS. SOREKSOX.
TIUBCTS &, SORE-XSO.-V,
SHIP CARPENTERS & CAULKERS
At D.Foiter&Co'f Old Stand,
dt j Near the Honolulu Iron Works. lyS
TIIEO. II. AVIES,
Lin Jsjiox, Gum k Co.
IMPORTER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
' iXD A3 1 XT FOE
Lloyd! and the Llrerpool Cnderwriteni,
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co., and
Northern Assurance Company. 3-lyft
IMPOBTEBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats. Caps, Boots, Shoes,
and erery rariety of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
Scow's Building. Merchant Street, Honolulu. SO-lyi
t. t. WALKER. S. C. ALLEN.
WALKER &. AXLEX,
SKIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
19 Queen Street. Honolulu. H. I. (lyS
I., li. TORBERT.
DEALER IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND
OF BUILDING MATERIAL.
13 Orna Center Queen and Fort streets. lyS
ROLLES &. CO.,
SELF CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
Queen Street, Honolulu. Particular attention paid
to the purchase and sals of Hawaiian Prodoea.
EXrixs IT MEXISSIOX TO
C L Richards a Co, til Hack Wd a Co,
O Brewer a Co, ifc L Richards a Co,
D C Waterman Esq, Castle a Cooke. fMyS
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER,
Money and Recruits furnished to Ships on the moat
10 fATorabU terms. fly5
Comalwion Knebmt tad Geserol Agent,
Importer of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign
Goods, Wholesale Dealer In Hawaiian Produce, and
Agent for tba Pankaa and Amaualn Sugar Planta
tions. Fire-proof Store on Xuuanu Street, below
W3f . RYATV,
tStsVpixe sto&e cssice esecmiBB
K9 Corner of Xuuaxu t Priocs StrssU fu-ly
45 Office, Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets. Pr
X. C. CilALLAVEL. S. A. BLCXE.
CIIALLA3IEL Sc CO..
.IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES,
Spirits, Ale.. Ac. No. 8. Xnuanu Street, opposite
Merchant Street. Honolulu. 12-lya
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
15 mio, nawalL ly5
A. S. CLEGIIORX,
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALER
In Merchandise, Fire-proof Store, corner of Queen
and Kaahumann Streets. Eetail Establishments, on
Nuuanu Street, and on the corner cf Fort and Hotel
sstxxAX rrcr. B. x. T. CASTrx.
C. BREIiXR &. CO.,
nooiiULr, ii. i.
AGESTS Of Hie Boston and Honolulu
AGENTS For fhr SlaUce-, Wollnkn and
AGESTS For the Pnrehase and Sale of
Island Produce. My5
8. r. EHLERS. A. JAEGER.
It. F. EHLERS & CO.,
DEALERS IN DEY GOODS AND GENERAL
Fire-proof Store on Fort Street, abore Odd Fellows
P. A. SCHAEFER,
AGEXT for the BREMEN BOARD
Acent ft r the Dresden Board or Underwriters,
Aent Ut the Tienna Board of Underwrltera.
C. S. BARTOW,
Salesroom on Queen Street, one door from Kaahn
manu Street. 17-lyS
JI. S. GRIXRAim & CO.,
IMPOBTEBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing. Hats, Cap", Boots. Shoe.,
and every variety of Gentlemen's suer!or Furnl.h
Ing Good.. Store In Makee's Block, Qaeen Street,
Honolulu, II. I. 10-lyS
AFO Sc ACHUCK.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealer!
In General Merchandise and China Goods, In the
Fire-proor Store on Jtuuanu Street, under the Public
JOII.-V II. PATV,
Notary Public and Commisiioner of Deeds
For the State or California. Office at the Bank of
Bishop a Co., Kaahnmanu Street, Honolnln. 2-ly5
H. A. 1VIEMAaV,
fl Office at the Interior Department, f ly8
G. W. SORTOS,
COOPER AND GAUGEE,
At tne kct stantl on tne Esplanaao.
Ite I rrejMirel to attend to all work in his line
at the Shop next to the Cnstom Hoot, where he can
be found at all working hoars, lie has on hand
and for mI, Oil Casks and Ban-ell of different ilxri,
new and old. which he will fell at the rerj Lowest
Slarket IUte All work dons in a thoroaeh manner
and warranted to pire utisfaction. All kindf of
Coopering Material! and Toole for eale. l-3m
P. II. & G. SESELIti:,
TIN, ZINC ANB COPPER SMITHS,
AND SHEET IB0N W0EKEES,
Kuuanu Street, between Merchant & Qaeen.
Ilare constantlr on hand. Storef. Pipe. Oal-
Tanlzed' Iron Hpe, Plain and Hose BIbht.
Stop-cocks. India Rnbber Hose beet 3-pJy,
in iensths of 25 and 50 feet, with coaplfogs
i and Dine complete, Bath-Tubs, and also a
Terjr urge stock of Tinware of eTry deacrlption.
Particular attention given to Ship-Wo1 k. Orders
from the other Island will be careful! Attended to.
Thankful to the Citizens of Honolnln and the
Islands general! for their liberal patronage Id the
paat. we hone b strict attention to basinets to merit
the same fir the future. 37-1 yS
IA.1IKM JL. IjEIVIS,
C00PEE AND GATTGER,
At the Old Stand, corner King & Bethel Sta.
A Large Stock of Oil Shook b and all kinds of Coop
ering Materials constant! ia band. He hopes b
attention to bminese to merit a continuance of the
patronnge which he bii heretofore enjoed, and for
which he now returns his thanks. l3m
jr. ii. tiiojii'soix,
Qaeen Street, Honolnln,
Has constantly on hand and for sale at the Lowest
Market I "rices, a good assortment of the Best Refined
Bar Iron, and the Bet Blacksmith's CoaL 3S-lji
JXO. H0TT. SAIl'L KOTT.
IOII.-V SOTT & CO.,
00PPEE AND TDT SMITHS,
Kaahnmanu St, one door above Flitner'i,
Ueg leare to Inform the public that the are pre
pared to farnltb all kinds of Copper Work, snch as
Mills, Strike Pass, Sorghum Pans, Worms, Pumps,
etc. Also on hand, a full assortment of Tin Ware,
which we offer for sale at the Lowest Market Prices.
All kinds of Impairing doue with Keatness and
Dispatch. Orders from the other Islands will meet
with prompt attention. 1-Zm
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
Office on JTamei Bohlnson & Cof Wharf.
Contlones the business on his old plan of settling
with officers and seamen immediate! on their ship
ping at his offic. Haring no direct or Indirect con
nection with auoutfitting establishment, and allow
ing no debts to be collected in his office, he hope to
giro a good satisfaction fn the future ac he has in
the past. l3m
HOUSE AHD SHIP FLTTHBEK,
Xing Street, next to the Seamen's Bethel.
Mas on hand, Bath-Tuba, Water-Closets, W&sb-Ba-slns.
Force and lift Pumps, Lead and Galranized
Iron Pipes, and Plumber's Brass-works. Being the
only PIumberinthcit(hewill execute all orders en
trusted to him In a workmanlike manner. I-3m
mCUSCKV Jtc BOLSTER,
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
No. 76 Fort Street
Oralnlne. Marblinc Uildlnz. Calsomtnlsp.
iPaper-hanginr. 4c iiu. executed on the
(shortest notice, and oa the most reasonable
PIANOS and other Musical
Instruments Toned and Repaired, br
CI1ABLES DF.RBT, at the UalralUn
Lessons glnnonthi Piano & Gnltar.
ha best of references ciren. il-ljt
WAG0S ABB CASEIA0E BtrtLDZS,
T6 King Stmt, Ilonolaln.
, RephlrinE done with car.
and neatness. Also, parties.
smithing and IIorse.hoeinc. Orders bom the other
It. J. DORSET,
AHD IKSTOAirCE A0EKT,
41 and 42 Merchant's Exchange. Calif.mia Street,
46 San Francisco, CaL ly
jleears. Brown k Co ...San rrancico.
Jleesra. C Adolnhe Low k Co pan Francisco.
Messrs. Holtadaj- k Brenham San Fraurisco.
Messrs. IL Ilackfeld k Co Honolnln.
uos K. htiss. jau s. sues,
JUKO It. 3IEVEKS fc CO.,
IMPOETEES A1SD HANCTACTtJEEES OF
ITALIAH & AMEEICAK HABBLES,
Mantels. Grates, Monuments. Neadtonee, Tombs,
Wasbstand, Bareaa and Counter Tops, Billiard Beds,
Fire Bricks, I'lastrr, kc, it. 930 Market Street, op
posite Catholic Church, San Francisco, CaL 33-lf.
C. a. SILUIK?, B. F. KXJUCCHAKJ), c a- jroioa.
WILIIAMS, BLAKCHAED & CO..
SHTPPIHO h COimiESIOK.MEECHAKTS,
4c Xo. 218 California Street, San Franclsca 6m
n. w. imwa c. . cuik
SEVEEAKClv, CIAEK & CO..
AHD SHIPPIKO AGEUTS,
405 Froat St, corner of Clay, San Francisco.
VTe will attend to the sale of Scjrar and all kinds
of Island Prodnce, also to the purchasing and for
warding of Merchandise. Cash Adrances made on
1. C. KZXMU.
M'CEAKEW, MERRILL & CO.,
Ilarloe been ensagfd In our present business for
upwardi of twelre years, and being located in a Fire
proof Brick BoIWIng, we are prepared to recelro and
dlnposfaif Island Staples, sucb a Supnr. Smpst Rice,
Polo. Coffee, etc, to adrantae. Conslfmnienti es
pecially solicited for the Oregon Market, to which
personal attention will be paid, and upon which cash
adrances will be made when required.
Charles W Brooks
J C Merrill a Co
Bidder a Undenlerjer.
James Patrick Co
Wm T Coif man t Co.
Fterens, Baker a Co
Allen a Lewis
Leonard a Green... ...v
E. 51. VAIY IEi:i:i,
Ilarinir the best tacilitfes through an intimate con
nection with the Japanese trade for the pat eight
years. Is preparm to transact any business entrusted
to bis care, with dispatch. . 1Mj5
LANGLEY, CEOWEiL & CO.,
32 Cor. Battery & Ciay Sts, San Francisco. (6m
Samome Street, San Francisco.
Extending from Sacramento St. to Halleck Street
HAVIXG nEEX RECENTLY 1TEN
urated and newly Furnished, make It the
mot qnlet, eamoniical and comfortable FA MILT
HOTEL in the State, Being centrally located, ft of
fers every Inducement fr Basiness Men and the Pub
The Tables will be constantly supplied with every
luxury the tnaiket affords. The American Exchange
Coach, with Bed Lights, will be at the Wbanres and
Depots, to convey passengers to the Hotel free.
7-l6 TIMOTHY SARGENT, Irop'h
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
TIIE UNDEUSIGAED having been
appointed Agents for the San Fransiaco Board
of Underwriters, comprising the
California Insurance Company,
Merchants M utaal Marine Ins. Co.,
Pacific Inanrance Company,
California Lloyd's, and
Home 3Iutnal Insurance Company.
Beg leave to Inform Masters of Vessels and the pub
lic" generally, that all losses of Tessels and Cargoes,
Insured by either of the above Companies, against
perils of the seas and other risks, at or near the
Sandwich Islands wiU have to be verified tv them.
l-3m H. HACKFELD A CO.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS of
the above Company, have been authorized to
Insure risks on Cargo, Freight and Treas
ure, by Coasters, from Honolulu to all ports of
the Hawaiian Group, atd vice versa.
8-lj5 II. HACKFELD k CO.
Z.IEUCII ANTS' MUTUAL
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco.
THE UNDERSIGNED having been
appointed Agents for the abore Company .are
prepared to i'-ue Policies on Cargoes, Freight,
WALKER k ALIEN,
I3m Agents, Honolulu.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OP
the abore Company, hare been aatborixed to
Insure risks on Cargo, Freight and Treaa
nre, frura Honolulu to at! ports of the world, and
18-lj- II. IUCKFELD k CO.
FIEE IKSUEAHCE COMPANY.
TXIIE UNDERSIGNED having been
. appointed Agents of tbe abore Company, are
erepared to Insure risks against Fire, on Stone and
Irlelc Dulltilngs, and on Hcrchaudlae
stored therein, -Hi tbe most favorable terms. For
particulars apply at the office of
-lya F. A. SCHAEFER k CO.
THE AGENT FOR THE BRITISH
Foreign Marine Insurance Company, (Limit
ed), has received instructions to reduce tbe rates oi
Insurance bet veen Honolulu and Ports In the FaciBe,
and is now prepared to issue Policies at tbe Lewtt
RaUt, with especial reduction oa Freight per Steam
ers. TIIEO. II. DATIF3.
-tf Jgtnl BriL For. Jlar. Int. C (Lim ituf)
IMPERIAL FIRE IXSURAXCE CO.
Of London. Eitahlished A. D. 1808.
CASH CAPITA! 98,000,000 In GOLD.
THE CNDERSIOSEU IIATCiO been appointed
agents of tbe abore Company for tbe Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure against Fire on Brick,
Stone and Wooden Buildings, and on Merchandise,
ou the most nrorable terms. For particulars, apply
at the office of w
2My WALK EE A ALLEN.
MK,- J. COSTA,
JEWELER AHD ENGRAVES,
Fart Street, appetite Odd relieve' Hall,
as ancruivrAICwIUItllWiing, IU Wm la.
bla line of buiae, ach u Watch and dock, trvir
tag, MaanJactnriBf Jtwalrj ud apaTip i-Soi
SUGAR, & MOLASSES.
niLO, ii. i.
Sugar and Irlolanses.
,R0P COJIING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers, by
WALKER 4 ALLEN,
Sagar and loIttHses Crop ISS9
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTt
ties to fuit pnrcbaters, by
Suprar and Molnsses Crop IS69
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTI
ties to suit purchasers, by
WALKER & ALLEN,
I -3m AgebU.
IVeir Crop or Suar & 9IolascH
NOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers by
C. BREWER & CO.,
NEW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR
Sale in quantities to suit purchasers,
by C. BREWER A CO.,
DRY GOODS, &C.
DR. E5 TL? jSL Z Xj !
CASTLE & COOKE,
Consisting in Part of
Finest White nil Wool 4-4 Flannel,
Finest White all Wool nnd Angola White
Flannels. Good Grey and White all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting,
Thompson's Glore-Fitting Corsets,
Amoskeag Denims, Jeans, Drills and
Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
A Sup'r ass't of Stationery,
Water Lined Note Paper,
White Ruled Note Paper,
White Ruled Lnid Leaf, Letter A
Bill Paper, White, Butt" A
Amber Laid Letter A
Payson's Indelible, and Carter's Copying Ink,
Artists' & Book-keepers' Flexible Rulers,
Smith A Wesson's Pistols t Cartridges,
Hair Girths. Stirrups a Leathers,
Spanish Trees, Croupers and
Bridles. Oak Belting,
Italian Packing: Ince Leather,
Paints, Oils, &c.
White Zinc i Lead, in 1, 2 a 25 lb containers,
Paris and Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Umber, Sienner.
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Prussian Blue, Whtting,
Bladders of Patty,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and Furniture Varnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills,
Axe, Pick, Sle Ige, Adi, Hoe, Oo,
Hammer 4 Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles,
Crozers, Uowels, and Chatnpering Knifes,
Fore, Smooth, Jack & Jointers,
Cut Nails, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 20, .10, 40, SO and
60d, Boat Nails. 1, li. li A 2 inch.
Pressed Nails. 2 A 2i inch.
Cooper's Rirets. 4, 7 A 8 tbs.
Copper Rirets A Burs, , ,
i A i inch, Gimp Tacks,
Iron A Copper Tacks
of alt sites.
Best Rnbber Hose, , J, 1, 1 A 2 inch.
Centrifugal, Varnish. Paint. White-Wash
and Scrub Brushes. Cor'd Tin Pails,
i, 1, 2, 3, 4, S, 8, 10 A 12 quarts,
Covered Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Hammers, Ganges, Squares, Chisels,
Augers, Sieves. Lime Squeeiers.
Yard Sticks, Bung Starters, Axes,
Shorels, Spades, Oos, Lanterns,
Eagle Horse, A and O Plows and
Points, Paris Plows, extra
heavy and strong.
Protoxide of Iron,
Poland's White Pine Compound,
Pails, Tabs. Brooms, Etc., Etc.
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
From the Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
ALL TO BE SOLD LOW.
CEATEE OF KTLAIIEA, HAWAII.
ETUIS ESTABLISHMENT IS JB
now opto for the reception of visitors to
olcaoo jlouse, wbo may rely on finding com
lurtable rooms, a good table, and prompt attendance.
Experienced guides for the Crater always un hand.
STEAK ASO 8ULPHTO BATHS !
Hones Grained and Stabled if Desired
Partes visiting the Volcano via Kilo, can procure
annuals warranted to maka the Journey, br D. IL
HrrcBCoex, Esq. 31-1 jS.
ARTLETT $ ALOON,
Corner Hotel and ort Street.
HUGHES ic. UE
Having lately renovated aod refurnished
the above weM-known dac of entertain-1
nasal. wesM ressectfeHy latum the public tbat t&er
bare oa band and wIH keep notblsc but tbe best of
liquors, WJiws, AJes, At, at ttetr Bar SR-am
Tbe Aaatrian Kntl)aj- and Its
The new ally who crimes to offer to the
Mikado the hand of friendship, baa wisely
brouge? la that band tangible, visible, prools
of bis motives la coming. Japan waits no
political, no military nor naval help from
foreign powers; she asks them bat to leave
ber alone. And certainly no European pow
er wants Japan as an ally, In tbesense of
the word geuerally understood among tbe
nations; It is as anew market that we seek
to open tbe country, we come as traders and
as traders only, and tbe Aastrians bars done
wisely In bringing with tbetn samples of tbe
wares they have to sell. Many of these will,
we believe, be thoroughly appreciated by
tbe Japanese: few wbo saw tbe Austrian
Court in the exhibition of 1S31 will have for
gotten It, and many articles were there of
a cnaracter wiilcn tne Japanese wonm under
stand and examine with Interest, snch as In
laid wood, bronzes, arms, carvlug and leather
work; because they have cognate manufac
tures of their own as standards by wbicb to-j
appraise mem aua compare uui Austrian
Industry has made .great progress since 1851 ;
new manufactures have been created, and
cheaper processes discoverrd In tbe old. and
tbe exhibition of Anstrlan Industrial Art
which will shortly be opened here will be of
great interest to many uesmes Japanese visi
tors. A hurried pcrnsal of the catalogue
now being prepared shows us u most varied
list of useful and ornamental goods, the
manufacture of which in Austria we venture
to say that a majority of our readers bave
never even snspected.- Cloth ot all descrip
tions, colors ana qualities, Aionairs, urieans,
Lastings, Lustres, Blankets, Merinos, limi
tation Cashmeres. Tblbets and Tlilbelins are
among the Woolens and Worsteds, a depart
ment particularly Men; many oi toe ngiuer,
liner cottons and some' varieties of linen;
arms and armour, titles and other guns, use
ful and Ingenious preparations oi provisions
for army and hospital use are among tbe
ueavterana staple gooas. men we are id
be shown specimens of beautiful furniture
and marquttertt which was so much admired
In '51, embroidery, leather-work, that work
In leather wbicb was so like fine wood csr
vlnfr and vet unnarcntlv so casv to nrodnce.
that half tbe ladles In England laid aside.
their wool and crochet needles for little glue
pots, scissors and punches; similar work In
caoutchouc and gntta percba, of which
countless specimens are catalogued of book
covers, caskets, and papcttrie. Bohemia
sends a noble collection of class-ware and
semi precious stone work, such as agate, and
ornyx and carnclian. Vienna lias long been
famous for ODtleal and- musical instruments
and of ber bronze work, the Japanese will
find much to immilate and to admire. Tbe
collection of bronzes, thougb, we fear Is but
small, the difficulty of transporting them
being so great ; but photography baa given
her' assistance here and a large number of
minutely accurate pictures or tine works of
art will be-on view. We anticipate much
pleasure from Inspecting the collection and
properly used, to the Japanese, It will con
vey valuable Instruction.
It has probably occurred to some, and,
when visiting such an exhibition In Yoko
hama, will doubtless suggest itself to many,
that If the Jopanese Government were to
open such an Exhibition of tbe products bf
Its own contitrv and tbe manufactures or
Its people, considerable good might result.
Such a museum exists In Bombay, In which
most of the productions and manufactures of
India are represented, and great advantage
has been derived from It. A stimulus bas
been given to design, particularly, and In
dian art is steadily advancing. A Japanese
writer, whose pamphlet on the Revolution
and its causes, we lately published in these
columns, asks pertinently enough why It
should be maintained that Western nations
so uniformly excel Japan. We make good
ships and guns and machinery, be admits,
but be claims fur the smiths of Japan that
they make good swords nnd spears. He
might have said more and found better ex
amples of the superiority of Japanese manu
factures. To say nothing of their lacquer, a
too familiar article to quote, tbelrgoldsmllhs
work the best artists in London and Paris
confess themselves quite unable to approach.
Their Kioto silk looms prodnce most beau
tiful and valuable webs, their inlaid wood
work and plainer, cabinet work fa not to be
beaten, and in many Ingenious applications
or paper they can ehow us much that we do
not know. Why not accumulated Tedo a mu
seum or raw products and art manufactures?
There must be thousands of Japanese In
Tedo, so Imperfect are the means of commu
nication, who an! unacquainted with many
of tbe productions of other parts of tbe
country and such a collection would add to
tbe many attractions of the Mikado's new
capital. To Foreigners, many specimens
would be absolutely new, and certainly, to
almost all of as, the show pieces which
would be sent to such an exhibition would
be wonders and delights. Of tbe value or
a mineraloglcal collection and or tbe speci
mens or all their raw sllkBhemp, flax, cot
ton and other fibres, grain from various dis
tricts, and other staples, we need not speak.
It Is obvious. But with respect to their
manufactures, many of which are so artisti
cally beautiful, an immediate and direct ben
efit would at once accrue. Japan is becom
ing a favorite resort for wealthy travellers
from all parts or tbe world and the rapidly
increasing and Improving communication
with the West is making It more so every
day. In tbe dimly lighted crowded curio
shops of Yokohama, the eye soon wearies in
ranging over tbe Ill-arranged cabinet, lac
quer. Ivory, lortolseehell and bronze ware.
How much more tempting would these look
in a well arrangrd museum and bow much
more rapidly would they be sold! Crystal
Pajaces are tbe greatest advertisements for
tradesmen in articles of luxury.
But whether such a result be among those
to be produced by tbe Austrian Exhibition
which will shortly be opened here, there can
be no doubt that this Exhibition will do
good to Austrian manufacturers and we hard
ly know which we admire most: tbe clever
ness of those who thought of sucb o scheme
as a commercial embassy, carrying with It
specimens of what Its country's commerce
bad to offer to an ally, or our own stupidity
In not having bit npon the same Ides. Eng
lish, American, French and Dutch goods
bave only been painfully and slowly intro
duced Into the country where tbey sought a
market by tbe ordinary narrow channels of
trade. Austria Is not ashamed boldly to
proclaim her object ; she comes to trade and
with her Embassy, she sends samples of
what sbe has to sell. The money so spent is
far better expended than is most required by
as costly, and, as the phrase wonld probably
run, more strictly diplomatic missions. But
those wbo think that an Ambassador wbo
thus brings traders in bis train, acknowl
edged and avowed, loses any of tbe dignity
wbicb attaches to tbe person of a plenipo
tentiary are singularly mistaken. Tbe truest
dignity Is the dlcnity or truth, and the ob
ject of a mission is its success and if by thus,
at tbe outset, proclaiming that trade Is the
purport or Austria's seeking an ally Id Japan,
trade in Austrian goods Is at once created,
the Ambassador will have ample reason to
congratulate himself and In conferring npon
traders a portion of bis own Importance and
pratlgt, he will find be has lost nothing, but
gained much. Japan Timet, Oct. 16.
A rAXXEK In Massachusetts bas made a
fortune ot nearly 9GQ,G00 In thirty years, on
thirty-five acres of land. This fortasatecal
tivator Is a resident of Middlesex County.
His fanning la as systematic as tbe manage
ment of a cotton raHl ; bis crops, standing
in alternate, rows, a uniform as tbe colors
woven by a Jacaoard loom, come forward
so as to keep tbe soil hi constant occupation,
and bis skill with glass turns January into
Jaly. New York sad Boston are Ms mar
kets. And be ic sot aloste Ut bis prosperity,
nor In his InxBrtaat crepe of letiaee. cacstn-bors-
spinach aod eHfcer esemlents. wMeh be
produces in almost every notrlh oi the yar,
seder tbe beats aad frosts of a Bertfeero hvli-taeie.
Tkkatt with CiMADA. The New York
JleraleC Washington eo rrespofl deuce of No
vember 2th baa tho following is reference to
the Canadian Reciprocity Treaty :
The tariff men an ta trouble. A few days
ago they beqrd that 6 mat was about to make
some recommendation la his meatag whieh
they supposed would be advene to them. This
has scarcely become familiar to their ears be
fore tbey learn that a powerful lobby is being
organized here, with one Brega at Its head,
which has for its object nothing less than tbe
revival of the Canadian Reeioroeltr Treatv.
' it will be remembered that at tho last session
of Congress General Scheack Introduced and
and passed a resolution authorizing the Pres
ident during tbe recess to inquire into the pro
priety or reviving the Reciprocity Treaty with
the British Provinces. This, the tariff men
aay, was put through while they were off guard.
It afforded the Canadians something to go on,
and it appears that they have sot been idle.
Those who profess, to knoverall about tbe mat
ter ssy that the object of the visits of Mr. Rose,
the Canadian Finance Minister, last summer
was to urge the revival of the Bociprocty
Treaty. Since then Brega. bas been hard sit
work, and if what comes to our ears bo correct
a treaty bas actually oeen drawn up to be'swtt
to the Senate. Judge Kelly, of Pennsylvania,
who may be termed the leader of the taritt man
in tho House, arrived here last night to oppose
the negotiation of a reciprocity treaty, and if
possible io smash the incipient lobby which
proposes to run it through Congress. ' He do
voted to-day to hunting np facts and figures
in the Treasury Department, and armed with
a rarmidable array ofstatisties', proceeded to
night to tho White House to convince the
President that a reciprocity treaty with tbe Do
minion Is an abomination and a snare. Kelly
propose? to show the President from official
data that since the expiration of tbe Reciproc
ity Treaty our Government has received from
the importation of coal from the Provinces, in
the shape of import duty, over $300,000, from
cereals nearly $1,000,000, and from lumber
nearly $1,500,000. These are the three princi
pal articles exported by the Provincials. He
will also show that we had a heavier export
trade with the Provincials since tbe treaty
expired than while it was in force. For in
stance, ha says that according to the figures
in the Bureau of Statistics during the last two
years or the existence or the treaty we sold the
Provincials only 101,000 tons of coal, while in
the repealed we have sold them over 305,000
tons. All other articles are in proportion,
Kelley's argument to Grant is that we have
gained by the abolition or the treaty, and that
to revive it would be to give tbe Provincials a
bonus or some two millions a year to stay out
or the Union.
General Thomas's Uepout on Alaska.
General George It. Thomas, having made a
thorough Inspection of Alaska and studied
Its condition and resources during tbe past
summer, bas Just forwarded his report to the
War Department. It takes a very different
view of tbe purchase iron) the one presented
by Mr. Seward. He thinks tho principal if
not the only present value of the new terri
tory Is In tbe effect Its transfer to tbe United
Slates will bave upon loosing the hold of En
gland upon British Columbia. He thinks
that the sending of revenue and other civil
officers there Is a useless expanse, as the only
benefit will be to tboso wbo draw the sala
ries. He also thinks that tbe military posts
should be reduced, as tbe expense of supply
ing them Is enormous, and the cost or keep
ing np tbe civil service will very fast exceed
tbe revenue collected. The territory was a
constant burden to Russia, and she held It at
a great expense, simply lor tbe benefit of the
fur company. There Is no probability of any
emigration In that direction, as there is not
tbesligutcstlnducementforany Two mines
of valuable minerals bave been discovered
which would pay to work. There is plenty
of timber and coal, but plenty of as good
quality and easier ul access csn be bads thou
sand miles south of tbe territory. There bas
been uo change In trade on tba part of our
merchants ; the few bouses engaged la it be
fore tbe purchase still continue. Tbe fur
trade of the Interior must continue to be car
ried on by the natives. Its agricultural re
gion bas no value whatever. Grain cannot
be raised, and the few vegetablea that can be
produced rot If not used witbln a few weeks.
The superabundance or rain and the lack of
sun preclude tbe Idea or any profitable culti
vation of the soil. Stock raising, for obvi
ous reasons, cannot be carried ou. The re
port Is long and exhaustive, but the above
are Its malu poltits. In reference to the re
ported Irregularities of troops there and tho
alleged neglectof General Jefferson C, Davis,
General Thomas finds that thil accounts
wbicb have been circulated are. gross exag
gerations. There bave been some troubles
with tbe troops which seemed to call for lit
tle more stringent discipline from the bands
or General Davis, and so, while there was
foundation for the stories afloat, there was
nothing to lusllfv tbe coloring tbev received.
XTathington diipatch to Botton AdetrlUer.
AlfOTHEB EbIB RalLEOAD SOIT DIRECT
ORS Suspended. At a special term of tbe
Supreme Court, held In Delaware County,
it. Y., on tbe 23d of November, an order
was issued by the Court suspending Jay
Gould, James Flsk, Jr., Fred'k Lane, Abrara
Gould. Geo. Halt. a. Smltb. and Charles G.
Sessions, Directors of the Erie Railroad
Company. A referee will be Immediately
appointed In New York City, to take evi
dence in rcgaru to tue couauct oi tne omcers
of the Company,
Action has been commenced by Joseph H.
Ramsay, a well-known citizen of Albany, In
behalf of tbe stockholders and bondholders
or tbe Erie Railroad. The plaintiff com
putes that the moneys received by tbe de
fendants are no less tban ti,2SBfi00. Tbe
Items enumerated are: Tbe earnings of tbe
ainnnnrwi. . -1 r . . u mia
000,000; from Daniel Drew, Treasurer,
t4,tK,uuu; new issue oi oonas, tijo.uuu. it
avers that there bos not been kept among tbe
books and records of the Company any ac
count or statement of tbe times or amounts
ot tbe creation, lisae or sale of snch bonds
and stock, nor of tbe persons to whom sucb
ssles were made; nor of tba pnee commanded
or tbe amounts received for the same; nor
of tbe use made of tbe proceeds t herefrom;
also, that they bad used all the sat&jBoney,
and. have employed It In Immense sto;k and
gold, and other speculations, and that, In tbe'
opinion of tbe plaintiff, tbe said moneys are
not in aale custody.
Among tbe enterprises specified tn tbe
complaint as having been entered Into with
tbe help of tbe Erie Company's mosey, tbe
Grand Opera House figures cosspkaoasly.
Among tbe incldentsl resslts of tbe rlBgs
endeavors to acquire strength for Its own
purposes, bas been tbe formation of an al
liance with Tammany. Tbe complaint seu
forth in this connection that Goald, Flsk fc
Co. bave been in tbe babit of Interfering
with political influence in their ofiktel po
sitions, and bave applied tbe money belong
ing to said Compasy for seek perposes, and
further, bave compelled tbe Com pony's
agents and employes to sse their laflaseee ia
connection with such purposes.
Tax BoTAar Mono or tbi Eabtb Daws
avBATxn As IjrrraiSTTSO ExrzBiKBar.
Tbe question of tbe rotary motion of rbe earth
bas for ages past gives rise to learned dtees
sions between seieetltte ass, sad nmserless
xperiaeatj bars been made to d em oust rate
tbe Unary. Foaeasrtx, a learned Frenchman,
some years so asBOtmeed staple eeatri
ranes which be eleitaed set at rest all disputa
tions on tbs q settle sad demeaitrated she
theory Wyosd eavH. Mr. T. C. MsnJe.haH,
of the ColanUa High gal, eeipletsd at
rasfeawsts for test of Fehi's eoatri
vasse oe.Sataiway, asd Btssssisi Is pat K la
operation. A wire was attested to a Hfwt
99944 feooCB sfsfVflss 16 Sbb4bbW BMHsrftW vtf tisr ttflBr9
of the State Cafiiel, wsawtaa- asafiy to the
fleer sf tbe NttiatU 1 slaw. Te tbe lwr etad
of tUs wfre a ateteiHs tM tMtW wiigbt
WsM stttestsaVMlr 7iw bWAbMbMSsI pift tt sWwSsss
da parsBMst faratsae-i a aerate, tSirwsfb tbe
ceetre of wwtob, na taw trae aerta.
wss streak to tbe sasssa-i taa asV
Imee. rsfweseattBg snKjfcgreea f villi lass),
from the tree Berth , were atari ed ac IB eMtaV
Ike ball was set ia viaraUee, oa tWaatttasal
south Use. aad ia oe bear baa dasmls i sVesa
that llae la its vihratiea. aad was liillfbaat
tbe 1I of the fret inn to the rWstar IM
propotkiss was thatat the sad of the niaah
boar froai the (tart of t halt, it weU as Btr
depart frees the.traa a esse aad Math aars ae
to describe tbe ninth. White the Vail Massed
to leave the trsek whieh it crigSBslrjr ae
ed, it really did. set. The aBparsat saliaSiia
was due to the rotary He otto of the earth.
This was the seeoad' trial of this lalsniMac
experiment in the UaJted States, ad the MWd
ia the world. The ssmsviMse of aaaUiaua
conduct lag it oa Saturday expressed them
selves as entirely satisfled with the resaH.
The Rwht 'Wat. The Mikaae ha ap
pointed an Embassy to go toHawast. aaea-
poscd of tbe Cmasteatoeers Cweao Keaete,
Mlwa Holchl and their retinae. Tbey leave
by the Si earner Aspen, Tla Sea Fraeesseo. It
was Intended to bave seat the JUatassr by
the Wyoma man-of-war, bet thai was aaaa-
doned owing to ber aeseaworthssstis. wUah
la to be retrretted: a JaMBeae
wonld no doabt be hailed with pfeaeare
there, the Iron clad Stewnotff being the oely
onecsrrvine the Jsoanese. Fl which aear
arrived at tlonoInlB- It will he utasrahsred
that tbe Hawaiian GoTerameat aavaat.se
funds enoueb.to CBaMe' the i3siisfl to re-
ceed on her v,oyage to Japan and tea bin her
to eventually annihilate the fleet at Hako
date, and so materully aided tbe rbrtaees ef
the Xangna daring the late civil wan Then
Is no doubt tbet the CosamrWloaersof the
Japanese Government will be weil.asul coert
eously received by tbe Hawaiian Govern
ment, ana tne rcsati oi tne auction canvw we
but to ratify tbe Treaty arranged In ISsBwlth
the late government, to tbe welfare of both
nations. Japan Is gradsally throwing aeMe
her lealoBsvof foreien nations and eeiecee
less concern for her people la travelling
abroad; as, by the last Amerieaa Mail far
San Francisco, several Japanese mea aad
women left to join tbe ranch or iem at
Wakaraatz lu California. Nodonbt tbe&or
erbmenl Is aware that mi matter how far or
bow long a man will rove the world over,
bis steps eventually turn to tbe land of bis
birth, and they bave wisely throws saWe, all
that Interdicts his movements ordewrreto
traveL Japan QaaeUe, October 39, 19ssV
Haw Vaxbsmlt Fobsot. Tbe crew of
Mr. Vanderbllt's admirers who west hut
week io seo bis Brass exposed, assi eesae
awav hungry, or even, it may be, If the Cem
mod'ore'a lemonade did not agree with their
lender stomachs, worse tbs a bangry, and
who have Since Decn Being very awrespccirei
words In reeard to the object of their venera
tion, may take comfort IT, on tbe greet oc
casion In Hudsou street, they found cake
where they expected turkey, aaa ictnoesee
where they confidently looked for cham
pagne, the reason Is now plain. Mr. vender
bllttorgot. , .
rin Ratnniav he was la Cnert. and to tbe
amazement and dlsgnst of Mr. Dadley Field,
wbo was cross-examining aim, n oecame ev
ident that tbe "Commodore" baa no iBeas
ory whatever. He did not remember havlsft
received a check for a million de-Hem; be
did not recognize bla own signature; he did
not,know the price of a stock at a time when
be owned fifty thousand shares of it; be did
. , . i - , l. .Id..., . V
HOI Know now a euetfc. was vciubw. mv
could not remember when, where, or bow
many times be bad sees r uoaitt on a cer
In short, the poor old gentlemen proves
tn h n rnmnlete a know-BOthlne as ever
lived; and we have no doubt that if Xr.
Field btd asked him bis nam, befwoald
bave answered Adam.
Tie makes a nltlfal spectacle Itl the Coett
report ; for it lis sad to think that the owner
or a hundred millions hat become Imbecile
before be could make some heaeflceat as of
at least a part of bis greet rortate;"aR
wonld be still sadder and more, dtarraceml
If it could be shown that he Is not tmhecHe.
-X r. Ev. ibaf, Nor. 34.
A St-iot DiALO&cr. At the close of the
Rev. Mr. Fulton's lecture last evening, at the
Music Hall, tbe Kev. uilDert mves intro
duced blm to several ladies who were Bipett
the platform, among others to Mrs. Jaha,
Ward Howe. That lady refased to ss
bands with blm, and said: '
"Yon nrofess to be a Christian mleleter. .
sir, and yon have reviled women."
Better ao mat, raaaam,- repim ae,
'than revile Jesse Christ."
" I never reviled Jesse Christ," the seM.
"Yon bave dose your best to do It," seM
e9ira arOO sEGareWsrs&(le JteWa Biarwd JsTeJFG
tbopart of a dramatist aed a hwaVws.''
Madam." asVd ae. " year ettt. wear ask
u cation, and roar peetttoa la aolatyrshoftld
bave made a lady of yoa."
Sbe replied: "Do yoa mean to say, sir,
that-lam not aladyr'
I men to sar. madam." said be. " that
you act like an outrageous exeeevtoa."
At this point Mrs- Llwrnose. sad Jfasv
Luc) Stone Blackwell took op tho conversa
tion, and Mrs. Howe withdrew.
DrtTEBBsicc sarwaaa Mas asb tw Chik-
PAMZCE. The chtoipaneee was sever kaowa
to gamble at stocks. 'First Jitfusaec.
Tbe cblmpanaee was never knows k pee
Its life In making Itself bedcose and HtHea-
Ions under tbe ptetsese of htshlas.
The chimpanzee never eats wttaost
nor drink wlthoat thirst. Third M
Tbe colmpanaeg Is not seed to vnw n
fellow-cbimpanaees, nor to puhlvih MheiOBS
thine against them. Foafth dlaarsasc.
Wlilie P , a flve-year-oM, was sfeyiac
with a honey-bee, when the entry bee Maesf
blm. "Oh 1 grandma," cried WHiW, "1 eaV
know bee had splinters In their feet 1"
A farmer waa had seeraeeet tste ssiiais a
son of the Emerald Isle, sent Ma eat oee
morning to barrow a piece of groaad. M
bad not worked long Wore aeartf sal the
teeth came ost of tbe berrew. f run ally tee
farmer went oat isle the flaU to te sssto
ot Fat's progress, aad ashed hew be Hstoa
harrowing. "Oht" replied Fat, "it goes a
bK smoother now sioce the peers are ot.
Thb New York ArsU save fcw smeewa
are aware of the sztoet to whlea Mto toie
grapb 1 belag letrodacsd late gnaeral Jtaa,
?irticnlarly ataoeg tbe basiaias saea as llaw
orb Not oely rsRtokliie thiaeees: the
postal service la ResriyaAl Iranisatlaaiwbsn
expedition la Important, bat area satar bbsv
seiwer boys are betas; sapamflmt Isr stoats.
city, and baskets, brokers, mesahaato, sasi
raanaraetHrars are rapidly eaaetosaaar absar
reetaeace and sevara BTaraa at
with private tslugrspha, aotfl the
already beeoaM a vast aad beams
rials Ot wira. TBa rMVenrjsaj i
i. am I uji. van
wire In tbls eoaatrr alone, aad more
The Thibt Hat. A Fraaeh katsraai sisse
the krffowiasr a the mvesrtloa of -Ta9Bm."
Tbe bat H at "ewsmasy pat" aTaH
of iadkrabeer, very esoatie. Tact
letr tats hat. states the attop cf t
or aar Bases wbass these see a
ne. sofsea a IhvoMhls mosaaot I
saaawsBraVsTsaa eal eVeasBraVal tsBBlsaT tttsVav rftaT4Mt 4avaa
netihsr cry oat ae qsdduy nmtita.tl
aad that the tMaf hat saayhs UssM to ,
ass tan at isaiaaa.
Tsa gaiiiak tost a MO
Imyetto. At iaiirea8s.thwssjsiasii
took oert the SasMraTs herata as he tofa
tarsrlaa; aeate aad draw Wss to hast saWasl
f BBtJBBmtBjra WF aaBBBBBBBBBBBB
6S ft iTWaM
ataeh faaasasl tamasst, -"hat
I aavar saw aaftj
bast as f"