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Every "Wednesday Morning,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER AX-FUIL
Foreign Subscribers, 89.00 to S10.00.
Office On Queen Street, in the old
Custom House Building, Honolulu, IL I.
Printed and pubUsbed by M. lUrtn, t the Govern
inent Printing OSce, to -whom all baslnees communica
tions most be addressed.
i. s. cinu. J. ibiix. coo".
CASTLK & COOKE, (
IEPOETZRS, GENEBAL HEKCHAKTS, ACT
So. 60 King Street, oppalt. Ibe Seamen'. Chapel
Tb. Ksbala SKr Company, Hawaii,
Tie Ilaeku S.rat Company. Maul,
The tVasalwa Safar lLita'son, Oahu, and otber Sugar
Tae Uewanaa eaewr Jims, .w.u.
i.i t iviaM and Koloa. KauaL
The Lumahai Biee n.ntaUfm. Kiui,
r Jaynaa Celebrated Family Medicine.,
VTbeeler X Wilson's Sewing; Machine,,
The Olant Powder Company.
Tbe New Eagtand Mutual Life Insurance Co,
J21 Tbe American Steam l ire-proof Safe Co.
IMPOETEE AND DEALEE IN BOOTS, SHOES,
Ftae Clothine;, FarKtMuc liouds, rerfuiuery. It,, torner
of Fort and Mefrtaarit Street. Honolulu.
AI-, Aawsil tar the Hawaiian Soap Co. Order, received,
sad re-lr ted. flood, loth.
rartAcaiar aucuuva w . i , v.
A. C. BOFKIIJI. 51. ..
POET PHTSICIAN,ND BDEQEON.
Offle. ad Reeidewee-Xo- So Tort Street, llonololn, first
txoe. ma.al of tbe CathoUe Church.
At borne day and nleAt. when uot professionally enpt-o-lyS
im.i,i;viiA.n Ac co.,
IJir-OBTEBS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE,
Cailerr. Dry GooHs, I'suits .id Oils, aud General Mer
cbaisdW. No. &. Klni Street, Honolulu. ftS-lyS
risc bbows. GourREr brows.
im01V fc CO.,
IHPOETEES AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Wraes. Sldrits, Ale, Porter, Ac, .Mereuani stoi,
CP. ADAM.. S.C. WILDER.
AUAJIN At AVII.Ii:!t,
AUCTIONEEES AND COMMISSION MEECHANTS,
S Qaee Street, Houoluln, II. I. t'J6
II. IIACKFI3L.O At CO.,
GENEBAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
8-t Oaeen Street, Uonoluln, II. I. lj
ED. HOFFSCHLA.EGER & CO., ,
IMPORTEBS AND COMMISSION MEECHANTS,
V Ilonolttlu, OjIiu, U. L 1j5
rmioixuti: c iivucK,
IMPORTEE AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
4j Hesolnla, Oiba. II. L lj
P. A. SCIIAKPKK At CO.,
3&J IIwMlnla, Oahn, II. I. " pt
H. LEWERJ. J. O. DICKS05.
LCIVEKS At IICISO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER,
And .11 kidi of Building M.terUli, I'ort Street, Uvooluln.
aon.A s. jiccninv, si. n
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oflle in II. L CbtM'. UillJInc. Fort Street. Office bonn.
from Eigbt to Ten AM., end from TBree tot it. r. M.
Beridenoe on CbapUin SrMst, between Nuunu and
ALLEN & CHILLINQWORTH.
rill oontin.e tbeGeneral MercbindUe .od Shipping basinet,
t the .bore port, wbere ther .re preitered to furniih the
juttlj celebrated Kaw.thie I'oUtoe.. And each otber Ite
ceutu &. er. required bj wbtleshipc. at tbe thortett notice
atrl on tbe moat reaionable term. Firewood .lwaf. on
band. . 8-1,5
JOIIA X. IVAXUItllOIJSF.,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENEBAL
2 Queen Street, Honolnln, II. I. iji
'. I.. GKEO,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT AND BROKER,
Offle In Fire-proof Bnildig on Queen St Honolnln, II. I.
C. S, SPEXCER. n. MACFARLAXE.
CIIAS. IV. NPEXCCn Ac CO.,
GENEBAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
St Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. pro
3IcCOI.GA At JOIISO,
Fait St., Honolulu, opposite T. C. Heuck'a. lyS
C. i:. WIJLL.IA3IN,
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DEALER
la Furniture of weey description. Funiitnrn U are-ltoom. on
Fort Stre, opposite Chase's Photograph Gallery. Work
shop at the old stand on Hotel Street, near Fort.
41) Orders frucuth. other biiands promptly attended to. Py5
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
' Eleg Street, next to the Bethel, Honolulu.
M. T. IIOX.MXL,
CABINET HAKES AND UPHOLSTERER
Ktac Street, Honolulu, opposite Lewis' CojerShop. Will
tlj buy and Mil second-hand Furniture. Iy6
TIII'O. II. iavii:s, .
P ATX JASI05, GUU A Co.
IMPORTER A.D COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Uoyd. and the Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and
Nortbsen Assurance Company. S-ly5
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fasbleeabl. Ctotbing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, aud
every variety of Gentlemen. Furnishing Goods. Snow.
Building. Merchant Street, Honolulu. oO-l)a
WALKER. S. C-ALLIX.
WALHIiK At AI.I.r.-V,
SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
10 Queen Street, Uouolaln, II. I. ' Pyi
L. L,. XOUHIilM.
DEALER IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND OF
IS Orncx Corner Queen aod Tort street.. Iy5
BOLLGS sV CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MEECHANTS
Queen Street, Honolulu. Particular attentiou paid to the
purchase aud sale of HawaUui Produce.
aiiru st rsaiiisstox to
C L Richards a Co, U HackfelJ a Co,
C Brewer a Co,
D C Waterman Esq,
Castl. a Cooke.
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER,
Money and Becruit. famished to bbip. on th. most taror-
lui am. leruu. i1?
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
Imtwv-tr of Tea. and other Chinese and i'oreign Good..
W hoteaale Dealer In Hawaiian Produce, and Agent for the
Paukaa and Axuauatu sugar Plantation.. Fire-proof
Slur on Kuuann Street, below King. Zl-lyS
TURNPIKE STORE CHOICE GROCERIES
1S9 Corner of Kuuann t Prince Street. , pS-lr
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
C. W. CREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
' ' At'Leleb, Mannfieturers and Dealers
T ll kind, nf Roan. 'Beef. Mutton, and' Goat
.IaU6vr'manred. ..'.'..2j. 3HJ iJb
Office. 30 FortJStreet. where orders will b reeeired
and proDpUj atUhdedto. ' r"" "
VOL. YI-NO. 4. J
, ' Wn. SKWCOJIB,
Office, Cor. Tort & Hotel Street!.
H. C. CHALLAJUX. - f !t. A. iLTBE.
CIIALaaAMF.e. & CO..
IMPORTERS AND BEftXES IN WINES,
Snlrits. Ales, c. So. 8, yuuauu Street, orite Merchant
A. S. CIai:GIIOI5."V,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Tire-proof Stoie, corner of Queen and Kaahumann Street.,
netail stUibment. on Snuano Street, and on tn. ner
ol Tort and Hotel Street..
a. a. r. caiTix.
HKKAVr.It At CO.,
IIOXOLDLC, II. I.
AGK.NTS Of the Uoaton nd Honolulu Packet
1.1 lie. A
AGEXTS-For tlio Malire, Wmllukn antl Ilann
ACEXTS-For the Purtha. and Sale of I.Iand
. r. EULERS. A. JAEGER.
n. p. i;iili:i:s Ac co
DEALEES IN DBT GOODS AND GENERAL
Fire-proof Store on Fort Street, aboie Od-i Fellow Hall. 37-ly
p. a. sciiAr.rmt.
. tit tl.e nttEMEX nOAItD or
A CNilF.flWBlTF.IiS. '
- .Arent forthe Prenden Board of Underwriter,
Agent Ivr the Vienna Board of Underwriter..
7-5 ' .. -. W
,f 'AUCTIONEER, '
Salesroom on Qneen Street, one door from Kaahnmann
.11. S. GKI.-VBAV3I Ac CO.,
"'IMPOETEES AND WHOLESALE DEALEES
In Fashionable aothlnR, natr. Cape, Boot., Shoe, and
errrr lariete of Gentlemen. .ntrior Fumi.lilnit 01.
Store in Makee'. Block, Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.
APO.-VG aV A.CHI'CK.
Imnortert. Wholesale and " Retail Dealers
General Merchandise, . ,
And China (. In th.Flre-proof etor. on nuan-l street,
under tbe TnlJicnall.
JOII II. PATV,
Notary Pnhlic and Commissioner of Deeds
For the State of California. Office at the Bank of Bishop
t Co.. Kahumann Street, Honolulu. 2-1J5
G. IV. SOBTOX
COOPER AND GAUGER,
At the New Stand on the Esplanade.
II. ! prepared to attend to all work In till line at the Shop
next to the Custom House, where he can be found at all
workinc hour.. II. Uaa on nana ana iur me, ,n, v.
and Barrel, of.din"erent sliet, new and old, which he will
ell at the Terr Lowest Market Rate. All work dons In a
thorough manner and warranted to giro satisfaction. All
kinds of CooreriUE Material, and Tool, for sale. I-Sm
P. II. At G. SEGIXKES,
TlTTf ZINC ANP COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nnnann Street, between Merchant and Queen.
Hare constantly on hand, Stores, ripe, Oal-Tanlzm
Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose Blhba.Slopocka, India
Robber Hose beat 3.plj, in lengths of 5 and W
; feet, with couplings and pipe complete. Bath-Tubs,
land also a rerj large .tock of Tinware of eTery de-
Particular attention given to Ship-Woik. Orders from tbe
other Islands will be carefully attended to.
Thankful to tbe Citfteos of Ilonolnlo and the Islands
generally for tbIr liberal patronage In thepast, we hope by
strict attention to bustneas to merit the same 'for the fature.
JAJIES sL. LEWIS,
COOPER AND GAUGER,
At the Old Stand, corner King and Bethel Streets.
A Large Stock of Oil Shocks and all kiodi of Coopering
MaiUI coorUntlf Jo hand. He 1oes hj attention to
bainea to merit a contlnuaDce of tbe fttroDnpe liic)i he
has heretofore erjojed. and for which he now return hii
t bancs. iniu
j. is. Tiiojiiso:v,
Queen Street, Honolnln,
lias con.tautly on hand and for saloat the Lowest Market
Prices, a gixsl assortment of the Best Itefined Bar Iron, and
the Best Blacksmith'. Coal. 2-l) 6
jxo. xoti. sab'l kott.
JOIIA SOTT &. CO.,.
COPPER AND TIN SMITHS,
Kaahnmann Street one door above Flitner's,
Bee lev to inform the public that tbey are pmared to
furnish all kinds of Oj per Work, such as stills. Strike Pans,
Sorghum Pans. Worms, l'unips. etc. Also on hand, a full
assortment of Tin Ware, which they offer foreaie at the Low.
est Market Prices
AU kinds of Repairing done with Neatness and Pispstcb.
Order, from the other Islands will meet with prompt atten
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
Office on, Janes Robinson & Co's Wharf,
Continue, tbe business on bis old plan of settling with
officer, and seamen Immediately or- their shipping at his
omce. Hasina; no direct or indirect connection with any out.
Siting establishment, and allowing uo debts to be collected
iq his office, he hopes togire as good satisfaction in the fa
ture as be has In tuevpaat. ' l-3m
. HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER,
King Street, next to the Seamen's Bethel.
Has en hand, Bath-Tubs, Water-Closets, Wash-Basins,
Force and Lift Pnm, Lead and Galvanized Iron Pipes,
and PluDilr'. Itraawivks. Beinz the only Plomberin the
city, he will execute all orders entrusted to him in a work
manlike manner. p-Sm
mcKsorv At bolster,
House, Sign and Ship Painters,
No. 70 Fort Street.
Graininc Marbllnc. Uildinr. Calsomlning. Paper-
!hanging, Ac, Ac executed on the shortest notice,
and on the laost reasonable term.. l&3m
WAGON AND CARRIAGE BUILDER,
TO King Street, Honolulu.
Eepaidug don. with car. and neat-
nana. Also, particular attention given
to uucasraltninc ana uorse-snoeina:.
Order, troai tbe otber Island, promptly executed.
XK. J. COSTA,
JEWELER AND ENGRAVER.
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
Is nrenared to execute with nromntneaa. all work In hi. line
of business, such as Watch and Clock repairing, Manufactnr
Ing Jewelry and zjigraving. Am
. Improvement is the Order ot the Day..
TJAVING CONSTRUCTED A NEW SKYLIGHT,
P I and made various other improvements, I hope
now to be able to salt the most Isstidions with.
A aJhotoKi-apU ol tuty Size,
From a Crrstat to a Mammoth, taken in the Best
Se$t of Art, and on-the most reuonableterms.
Also, for. sale, .riews.of the. Islands, Portraits of
the Kings? Qaeensaad' other Notables:-, r
" ' ' :h. l: chase;
n. j. noitsEi ,
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
41 and 4! Merchant'. ExcLinre. Califcrala Street San
48J Franciwo, California. Pj6
Jtw.rv Brown Co San Francisco.
Mera. C. Adniphe Low Co i4-SAn Fn"eo-
Mewri. IIoIlaJaT A'Brenliarn San rraochco.
3ler. II. Ilackfeld t Co llonololn.
XlltCS. J1MCS S. HIOCI,
Li:o. K. HI EVERS At CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS OF ITALIAN
AND AMERICAN MARBLES,
T.t.t. n.t. Vinnint. lfea.1 Stones. Tombs. Wash
stand. Bureau and' Connler Tol, Billiard Beds. Fire Bricks,
Plaster, Ac., 1c, kiu jiaraetsueai, oppo.ii. ww.wi".
San Franci, CaL - 3J-ly 6
a. a. tiuiiis, h. p. auscRAin, c b. hoesis.
WILLIAMS. BL AN CHARD - & CO..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
4c, So. fSS California Street, San Francisco.
B. W. B ITERANCE- K" "S
SEVERANCE, CLARK & CO..
AND SHIPPING AGENTS,
405 Front Street, corner or Clay, San Francisco.
Ve will attend to the sale of Sngar and all kindsof Island
Prodnce, also to the purchasing and forwarding of Mer
chandise. Cash drancea made on Coruigumenta. Si
M;CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
FORWARDING 'AND - "
Having been engaged In our present business frr upwards
of twelie years, ami being locaieo in a r ire-prnoi urira umi
. r. T,r.tiatvd to receive anddiepVise .'d Island Staples.
such as Sugar. Svrnl, Itlce.Pulu. Cofiee. etc, to advanUge.
Consignments especially mdlcited f. the Oregou.Markct, to
which personal attention will lw iiid, 'an.4.upon which cask
advances will be made when required.
CbaileaW Brooks , San Francisco
J C Merrill a Co
Badger a Llnde nWrger
James Patrick t Co
Wm T Coleman a Co .; "
Stevens, Riler a Co
'Allen a Lewis Portland
Ld4a.TI!toii , ...jlv-.javii..ik!iaid
p. ai. tas i:i:i:i,
Having the best facililiea tlrongli au Intimate connection
with the Jajianese trade for the lut eight jeAn, is prejiareil
to traubacf any bu.ineas entrusted to bis care, with dispntrh.
LANGLEY, CROWELL & CO.,
32 Cor.Battery&ClaySts.SanFrancisco. t6lu
San.oine Street, Salt Francisco,
Extending from Sacramento Street, to Halleck Street.
HAVING HEEN' BECEMLY Krnovntcd
and newly Furnished, makes it the mt quiet, eouno-
raieal and comfortable FAMILY IIUTEl. in the sraie. ueing
centraMy located, it offVrs every inducement for Business Men
and tbe Public generally.
The Tables will be constantly supplied with every luxury,
the market affords. The American Exchange Coach, with
Bed Lights, w ill be at I he Wharves and Depot., to convey
passenger, to the Hotel free.
:.lsb TIMOTHY SAB0F.XT, Prop'r.
BOARD OF UNDE.UWB ITERS.
fllHE OSDERMOXBD liavlliR Vieeii np.
JL pointed Agents for the San Fransisco Hoard of Under
writers, comprising tne
Jltrrlianta' Mutual Marine In.. Co.,
Pacific Insurance Company,
California Lloyd's, and
Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Beg leave to Inform Masttrs of Vessels and the public gene
rally that all Ioee of Ves.il and Cargis, insured by either
of the above tympanies, against perils of tiie seas and
other risks, at or near tbe sandwich Islands will have to
be verified by them.
II. HACKFELD CO.
THE D.UEUSIG.ED, AGEXTS OF THE
abovv Company, iiaie leeii authorized to Insure risk,
on Cargo, Freight and Trea.ure, from Honolnln
to all pott of the world, Indvke veisa
IS-lv II. HACKFELD A CO.
nsiHK USHKHSIO.VED, AGEXTS of tlie
JL above Couitiau, hale been authorized to insure rick.
on Cargo. Freight and Trta.urt, by Coasters,
from Houoluln to all ports of the HawaiUn Uroui, and vice
S-l ,5 11. llAUn.tJ.u s. IAJ.
I3IPERIAL FIRE INSCRAXCE CO.
Of London. Established A. D. 1803.
CASH CAPITAL,, S8,00O,000 In GOLD.
TUB CSDEKSIONPI) HAVISO been appoinledagents
of tbe above Compauy for the Hawaiian Islands, are
prepared to insure asainst rile on Brick, fc tone and Wooden
Buildings, and ii 31erchandi.e, on the most favorable terms-
For ihtrticulars, apply at tbe oilce of
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco.
TIIE TJXDERSICXED having keen ap
pointed Agent. r.J tbe above Company, re prepared
to is.ue Policies on Cargoea, Frelghta and Treaa-
lre. vtAl.n.L.ib t auui,
ltm Agents, Honolnln.
EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
niUB UXDEHSIGXED Having Been ap-
u ,-Jnfl Air.nt. oT the above Cumnauv. are preiareu
to Insure risls against Fire, on Stone and llrlck Huild-
I ,. r.. n.l r.i, af .re!lia uillae atornl therein, uo tb.
most favorable terms. For particulars apply at the office of
S-ljS t . A. UllAr.rx. a. IAm
THE AGEXT FOR THE BI11TIS1I For
elm Marine Insurance Company. (Limited), has re
ceived instructions to rednc. the rale, ot Insurance
between Honolulu and Ports in the Pacific, and is now pre
pored to Issue Policies -at th. iVoicert KaUt, with a special
reduction on xreigni per cicaiuera.
43-tf Jgmt BriL tor. Jlar. as. Cb. (Limited)
- . 1 1 ri.. is. wAv.cc
Corner Hotel and Fort Streets.
HUGHES &. DKWE
M Having- lately renovated and refurnished the
above-tt'eU-known place of entertainment, woolJ JK
respectfully Inform the public that tney have on bamlaud
will keep nothing but tbe beat of Liquors, Wioea, Ales, At-,
at their Bar t-o-on
CRATER OF KILAOEA. HAW AIL
gS THIS ESTADLISHJIEXT IS SOW jSb.
S3 orxo for the reception of visitors to th. Volcano TZ
llonse. Ybomav relv cn flcdinreomfvrtabl. rooms, a rood
table, and prompt attendance- Xvxperienced guides for the
Crater alway.ua .band.
STEAM AND SULPHUR BATHS !
Horses Grained arid Stabled if Desired.
r'.ifrAv . ii 5.'is-i an? "la !'r ' .. 1 - '
- Parti fs rlsiUng tb Volcano TiasHiu, can procure animal
warrantee, xo mas., sna journcj,- ujev. u- uiiuham,
S71 - " "- 4 1JJ .
WEDNESDAY, EEBRUAEY 9, 1870.
SUGAlt & MOLASSES.
H. HACKFELD vk CO.,
LOCAL AGEXTS OF
The San Francisco and Pacific
2 SUGAR COMPANY. P
Sugar and -Molasses,''
T7IROM THEiKOLOA PIjAXTATIOX
of 1S70, lor .ale by
Sj-,m IT. HACKFELD & CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FOM THE EAST MAD1 P1.AXTATIOX.
Crop of 18T0, forealebr '
Slm H. HACKFELD A CO.
-rjtKOjr THE LIIICE PLAATATIOX
Jj of 1S70, for sale by
5S?4nr-- - - - - - H. HAOKFELD A CO.
''" Sugar and Molasses,
FUOJI THE IIOBROX PA.ASTATIOX.
Crop of 1870, for sale by
52.3m II. HACKFELD i CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FHOM THK PIOSEKIl JIILL.S, Lalialna.
Crop of 1S70, for sale by
5oj!m 1 H. HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
,"IvR03I THE. .IVAIIIEE IsANTATIOX.
i" Crop of 1870, lor sale Dy
II. HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FltOJI THE HEKIA PLASTATIOX. Crop
of 1870, for sale by
52-3m Hi HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar" and Molasses,
TlIIOM THE 3IETGALF PtASTATlOX.
rwni, nf 1S70. for tale br
;-!, II. HACKFELD A CO.
iiir.o, ii. i.
Sugar and Molasses,
rROP NOW COJIING IN, nnd for sale
V in qnantities to suit purcnasera.
l-3m WALKER i ..LLEt Agent?,
Siisrsir and lIoIaiscs Crop 1S70
DOMING IN. FOE SALE IN QUANTITIES
J to suit purchasers, by
I.3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agent.
Sticrnr ami Molsiwsess Crop 1870
-10MING IS. FOR SALE IS QUANTITIES
Vy Jo suit purchasers, by
l-3io WALKER A ALLF.S..Agei.t,
'e-v Crop of Susar fc 3IoIaci
-VfOW COMINU IS, ASD FOR SALE tX QUAS-
XI titles to suit parenascrs.ny
lim C. UREWEU A CO.Agent.
-VTF.W CROP SOW COMING IS
X in quantities to suit purcliasers, by
C. BREWER A CO., Aeentl
Vacuum Pan for Sale !
"v VP hast IIION Vncuuni Pan. 5 feet,
J -finches in diameter, with CopperWorm, Steam
Encine, double acting Air I'ninpe, dc., complete
For sale by
32 if II. HACKFELD A CO.
DltUGS & MED II ONES.
. IIS TTTTS SO?
Sound Health 'to 1m Obtained at Last
The Way to Obtain Sound Health!
ininsTci.EAXSE the Stomach from oil
JL? offensive accunoilaiions. which so usually produce func
tioua demngenient, vitiating tbe food.
4.ni,LPnrifr th ltlmsl from all acrid and corrupt
hiinior. and you will renime lb. cause, of the greatest masa
of the disease wlildi amici so many oi inr iiuuiau raooij.
A REMEDY, .ro tl by thirty years experience, ca
pable of elf.eling such a desirable and important purpose,
I. still ouore tne puoitc in
VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS.
This Famous Medicine baa proved lis value In Disease, of
the HEAD, CHLST, BOWELS, LIVER, and IHUESTHK
OKOA.NS. KIDNEYS.-AC Also, In EIICUJIATISM. L'L
CKIIS. SOKK.and SKIX DISKASES it being A DIRECT
PUitlFYER OF THE BLOOD auiotber fluids of the human
Se Handbill. KIven ATray try Agent..
Premrert and sold, wholesale and retalfc. In boxes, price
-ll. ls,"l'l. and S.. 8J each, by O. TAnELPTO.V t SOIf,
h'o. 3 Crane Court, Fleet Street, lAindon, and may be had of
Mr. J. T. WATEitllUljat, linmnuiu. ann o-"u vjinuuii
and Medicine Vendors' In Great Britalnand the Colonic
The undersigned has heard so mnch In praise ol WHELP
TON'S SAFE VEGETABLE PILLS from parties who have
used them, that he can recommendtheni with perfect con
fioence. MyS JOHN THOMAS WATEBHOUSE.
Florida Water of the Best Quality.
BROWN'S TROCIlsji, HAMBURG
A Great Assortment of Esse rial Oils,
Mich as Oil of Itoae. Oil or Bergnmnt, &c.
Oljcerine, Syringe, in variety.
Breast Pomps, Nariin Bottles,
Trussiy. Ac, Cocoa Batter,
White iVax, Spermaeetti,
White Ca.tile Soap,
Pain Killer, ie. Ac
For Sale at the Lowest Prices, by
32-tf H. L. CHASE.
Regular Packet for Kohala and Hilo.
sSi- Schr. Pauahi, 3
Wm. BADCOCli, .... Master,
Will ran regularly between Honolulu and the above
ports. For freight or passage apply to
51 CASTLE A COOKE, Agents.
For Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
P. JIELXISII, . . . Master,
Will run as a regular packet to tbe above ports.
Fdr freight or passage apply to
J-3m WALKEK A ALLEN. Areata.
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A Story of Burled Treasures.
WB1CTEX FOR THE GAZETTE.
During the late war with the Sooth, a gentle
man whom we will call Black, was engaged in
business at Bagdad a mushroom town situated
at the mouth of the Rio Grande River. Times
were very brisk ; many ships went there to carry
away the cotton .which came' overland through
Texas. Treqiently two hundred sail of vessels
lay off tlip bar. Human beings were there m
great numbers dwellings were scarce.
In the winter of 1854, a stranger, apparently
past sixty years old, called at Mr, Black's store
nd inquired where he could procure sleeping
accommodations. He had been all through the
town in search of lodgings, and could find none,
though, as he stated, he was not destitute of
tneaus to pay his expenses. He said that his
health was not good, and he was anxious to nnd
shelter. Being a .kind-hearted gentleman, ana
knowing the state of affairs in Bagdad, and act
uated by sympathy for a follow being in distress,
Mr. Bluck told the stranger that .he could occupy
u little loft over his office until he conld .find
better accommodations. The stranger furnished
himself trith the necessary bedding, and from
ifm'vj to lime expressed Ins gratitude to Mr. Black
for his kindness in furnishing him a shelter,
which he found very comfortable.
.After a few days, the poor man's health failed
Visibly, uhd he was unable to leave his quarters.
.Uood Samaritan that he was, Mr. Black did not
abandon him in, this extremity. He called in a
physician, who plainly' stated that tbe man had
not long to live that his days were numbered.
Portnnately being a bachelor, Mr, Black had the
poor fellow removed to his house, nnd placed
him in hi3 own bed, where, though cared for in
the kindest mannerbe lingered for a few weeks,
nnd then passed away to tho " Poremah tho
land of the Hereafter."
In gratitude for the many disinterested kind-
uesses bestowed u-:on mm, ior ins siure m
money hardly sufficed to see him decently buried.
the stranger, then lying upon what ho telt
would be Jiis death-bed, called Mr JQlack .to his
side, and made to him the following, statement :
" In the year 1823, 1 joined, at tho Havana, n
free trader, then cruising about the Atlantic and
upou the Spanish Muin. 1 was male of the
schooner a very fast, Baltimore built, clipper.
From 1823 to 1828, we preyed upon the Spanish
Colonists, who, during that period, were fleeing
from tho aggressions of Old Spain. Many hun
dreds of rich families fled with their treasures :
jewels, bare of gold and silver, doubloons and
dollars. Our schooner captured many ol tno
vessels in which these Colonists w.ere escaping,
and we seiz d their treasures ; but in no case did
we take life unless we were resisted, and then
only in fair open battle. During these five years
we cained immense wealth indeed, millions
which wo buried upon n certain sand Kay in the
Carribean Sea, the only spot in that locality
where there was a harbor for our vessel, and
where, from time to time; we went to bury our
treasure, and to enjoy ourselves. At a future
day wo intended to divide our spoils, separate,
and each go his own way. Upon one occasion,
we saw a vessel which we supposed to be a
Spanish frigate, and fearing capture, we landed
unon an island about 300 miles distant from our
general rendezvous, and buried sir boxes, each j
containing S.000 bpanisn aonuioons in an,
30,000 doubloons. Under cover of night we es
caped. With this exception, our treasures were
all buried upon the sand Kay first mentioned.
' Finally, in the year 1828, our xchooner was
attacked and sunk by a Spanish frigate, just as
hvtj'were leaving onr' rendezvous. ' I" havo8very
reason to believe that, of a'l the ships company,
1 was the only person who escaped death, either
by drowniug or being hanged. I swam ashore
and hid myself npon the island, whence, after
many privations, 1 escaped to the main land in
an old boat which had floated ashore, I went tn
India, and knocked about there for thirty years,
until 1 supposed that time had effaced all recol
lection of myself and these transactions from
the memory of man. I ntn here, now. on my
way to recover the treasure, but I find that I am
The stranger then communicated to Mr. Black
tha minutest particulars how to reach the exact
snot where the treasures are bnried latitareand
longitude, nnd every memoranda essential all of
which M:. Black noted in the moet careiul and
In th fall of 18S6, having closed up his affairs
at Bagdad, and established himself In business in
Ww Orleans. Mr. Black communicated to sev
eral of his friends the foregoing particulars. They
were nil persons of limited means, who, having
espoused the cause of the South during the re
bellion, had become reduced in circumstances.
Bntthey fitted out tin expedition; forwhich they
chartered the schooner Electric Sptirlc a vessel
which, judging by her .name, should have been a
very fast sailer, but instead of being a clipper,
she turned out to be a regular old " tub," and,
like " the llary Dunn, ot Dover," sagged away
tweknots to leeward for every mile she made to
Sailing from Xew Orleans about the middle of
February. 1867, they did not reach the Belize, in
British Honduras, until early in .Marco. r.very
person residing in Honduras, or in tbe vicinity
of the Carribean Sea, is deeply rmbned with the
impression that vast' treasures have been buned
on tbe islands fringing the coast, by freebooters.
As many efforts have been made to recover this
money as have lieen made to find the wealth se
creted by the pirate Kidd. bvery stranger wno
goes there i3 supposed to bejifter the buned
money, and he immediately becomes an ODjeci oi
snspicion, and his every movement is carefully
watched. In this respect, the party of the Elec
tric Spark was no exception to the general role.
They were interviewed by tbe Governor, who
proposed to furnish them laborers, and every
facility, in case they vjonld trfffer their rights
lo the. British Crown ; but, it case, he would
be obliged to take all discovtteu treasure- He
assured them, there was no doubt that his
Government would deal' with them most liberally
in thft division of the money, bat in what pro
portion, be could not eajr.
The proposed assistance of the Governor was
rejected. One obtacte after 'another prevented
the search from beings commenced; and the funds
br,the'prty growing low, most of- them became
diahete'ned, and' returned in the schooner, to
Jiew Orleans, abaadoniBe.the project in despair.
S6.00 PER YEAR.
Not so, however, Mr. Black, who, with two of
his companions, had most unbounded faith in tho
truth of the stranger's death-bed statement.
Before the vessel's departure, they took from her
a launch, or yacht, of some five tons burthen,
which they had put on board at IS'ew Orleans,
and taking a sufficient supply of provisions, they
determined to visit tho Kay whereon was sit
uated the rendezvous of the buccaneers, leaving
the Belize by night, they proceeded to the spot,
which they easily recognized by the marks given
them by the stranger. While sailing into the
intricate passage leading into the harbor, they
discovered the wreck of tho vessel which, so
long before, had beon sunk there, aud that proved
a corroborative fact of their being at tho right
spot. On landing, they found the remains of
former habitations, and on. comparing notes,
were more than ever convinced of their being
near the buried treasure.
Though watched at every step, they, managed
to reach the supposed spot about midnightand
by the dim light of a dark lantern, commenced
to dig. After digging nbout three feet, they
came across tbe remains of a skeleton I
" There dig, and tomb your prrjana heap.
And bid the dead your treasure keep."
Another foot bronght them to water. Unpro
vided with the tools necessary to proceed further,
and with onlyUhe rudest' means for digging,
when upon the very threshould of success, thfly
were obliged to abandon their project, and return
Subsequent inqniriea showed that the depth
of sand over the bed-rock of coral npon which
the Kay rests, has a thickness of only seventeen
feet, and with n strong gang of laborers, this
could be excavated in a few hours. At the
lower spot, where the doubloons are buried it
is judged from the stranger's statement, that the
money could be reached in half an hour, as the
boxes were buried in tho greatest hurry, they
expected to return after a 'short period, and
carry tho boxe3 to the general rendezvous, lint
they were destined never to carry out this design.
The belief of tho party was, that tho buccaneers
buried the body with the treasure, and that the
weight of the hidden wealth had snnk it down
deeply into the sand, and carried with it tho
greater part of tbe skeleton, which accounts for
their finding only portions, instead or the whole.
Note 12, in Sir Walter Scott's Rokeby, ex
plains the superstitions of the buccaneers :
" If timo did not permit tho buccaneers to
lavish' away their plunder in tbeir usual debauch
eries, they were wont to hide it. with many su
perstitious solemnities, in the, desef. sand islands
and kays which they frequented, and where much
treasure,. whose lawless owners perished without
reclaiming it. is still supposed to bo concealed.
The most cruel of mankind are often tho most
superstitious, and these pirates are said to have
had recourse.to a horrid nlual in order to secure
an unearthly guardian to their ill-gotten wealth.
They' killed a negro, or Spaniard, and bnried him
with the treasure, believing that his spirit would
haunt the spot and terrify away all intruders."
Thus ended, unsuccessfully, Mr. Black's first
.expedition. Confident in having found the exact
locality, and only disappointed in reaching it by
tho lack of tools and reliable assistants, he keeps
the secret Bafe within his own breast'. There lies
the deserted Kay, and the splendid fortune of
donbloons, and when he shall, at some future
time, with an organized force, and an opportunity
to evade the observation of the inhabitants of
that region, havo brought away the money, we
hope to continue ths Story of the Buried Treas
Dcpoptjlation of CoOsiBT Towns, The de
crease In population among the country towns ol
Jlnssachunctts is quite startling. The same may be
saltl or Connecticut, icw unrnpsuirc unu vcimuub
Railroads nnd factories have chanced the ancient or
der of things. Tho population of lite hills has slid
into the valleys, nnd with irihe wealth alio. Farms
can now be bought for ItsS than what the buildings
are worth, and several farms are ollen merged Into
one, and briars aud brambles spring up where once
was the garden and the rose. Rev. Dr. Gale, of Lee,
in a rrceiit sermon, drew a cloomy picture of this
decrease or population in the hill towns ol Berkshire
contily. He stated tht.t four towns now contain
half the population and half the wealth of that coun
try. Of the remaining twenty-seven towns, lonrteen
have less than a thousand Inhabitants. There are
thirty-three Congregational churches In the county,
and only fourteen settled pastors. Five or these
churches have no regular service, and fourteen hire
their clerevmen for a etatid lime. In 1S29 theru were
twenty-six Coneresatlonal' churches, and twenty
three pastors. The membership In these churches
has Increased only thirty-four In the last forty jears,
being 4,M4 In 1629, and 4,578, In 1809. In ten or tbe
churches tbe membership is less than Slty each, and
In these ten churches the number of male members
avsrages only ten. In most of these mountain towns
were once large churches, and the sanctuaries on
thesabbstb ncru tilled with devout worshippers.
Sow, In some five places tbe people have forsaken
assembling themselves together on the Babbstb, and
In many town the minister preaches to a very lean
congregation. We can add our testimony to that of
Dr. Gale', and apply the same to otber counties In
Western Jla.sacuuseits. in me lasi luurjeore- v.u
have travelled thousands of miles among the bill and
mountain towns, treading tbelr back roads and by
Vajs, wherever the remnant of a once prosperous
population llusrers. One Is surprised at thn lndlca
tiou of decay witnessed at almost every mile. For
longdlctaneestbcrearenohuman habitations. Ton
pass the wreck of once elegsnt mansions, or the
foundations where Ibey stood. Others are crumb
ling back to dust, the outside covering hardly
keeping tbe elements from reaching the Inmates
within. There arescraggyremsinsol largeandonce
fruitful orchards, now moss-grown and choked
with underbrush. Occasionally, ot tbe cross-roads,
may be seen a dilapidated school-bouse, long since
deserted by children and teacher, and oftentimes we
have travelled a half a dsy without seeing a solitary
humsn btlng, except ss we entered a dwelling. A
thickly tenanted but sadly neglected burial place
here and there is evidence that there once dwelt
among the hills and mountains a more numerons
nalrr mi to tbe caate. nnd tbe answer comet In con-
1 nese signs ot uesoiaton anu uccay sugucet .u iu-
j clusfo.. that an"!Z
ncfewer children, and the farmer who" onceralsed
dnren bnra who helDed carry on the farm prosper
ously, Is succeeded by another who hires bis help,
outdoor and in, and finds at tbe end of tbe year thai
he bas scarcely saved enough to pay his employees.
If hu bas one or two sons or daughters, tbey cannot
be content with bumble fare at home, but must ape
the iashions of the cUv or village, and force tbe
"old folks at home" Into more stjie in living than
tbey can afford. Tbe result is soon reached. The
farm runs down and is ultimately sold, tbe proprie
tor moving away to seek bis fortune wbere money
Is easier to be got, and bis family can move in more
fashionable society. Dr. AUen,of Lowell, has shown
by reliable statistics that the Yankee race of ftew
England Is running out, and tbe reasons for it are
those we hare given above. Extravaganeeandfasb
lon are exterminators more potent than all tho- "Ills
I hat flesh Is heir to." Unless a reform 1 commenced
la this regard, tbe bill and mountain towns of this
and otber States will soon become a wilderness.
Everyyear they decrease In population and valua
tion, and every succeeding geueration will bare a
frailer hold upon life. While all are urging reforms'
r other kinds, what a pity it is we cannot reform
the fashions and habits of our sen and woaen,
Wherein lies tbe only hope of a perpetsatloa of oar
name and nee. Iblmer Journal.
Tov Moobe, as tbe story goes, said to Scott ob
evrimr. at Abbottaford, ia a buret of poetic fervor t
".Magnlncentnicbt this; let os go pat and look at
Melrose by moonlight- I am very aailoas to realtoe
yon? beMtWal description of it'wHh tbe W Hst
W up Its glorious deeav." " AH twotemerrefttM
SeeM, "do you .appose I ever taw IMnte by -Hots
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The SToar or Pojipeil Most people know that
Pompeii was burled by a volcanic eraptlon A. D. TO,
and that, long centuries after, certain exhnmatie
were made leading to arcbGroloclcal discoveries snr
nssslne for interest any of which tbe modern world
has record. But comparatively few are awtre tast
since tbe Italian revolution oi I860 more has been
learned of the nnfbrtnosto city tan perhaps had ac
cumulated during all tho preceding years since the
catastrophe, light follows llberti, end one of the
flrst acts of the new Government was that of ap
polntingSIgnorFIorell Inspector of the excavaUons,
with facilltfes no similar ofcclal hid before enjoyed.
This ccntlemsn, who has the rare fortune to unite
the culture of a scholar with the practical eoersror
a cood business man, soon had a large force trasHy
at wort. Ho fewer than 700 men have sometimes
been working under his orders, and the results have
t . .Miiinn. Tho chronicle of nrevious
1 work Is brief enough, and may be mentioned byway
ot contrast who tnai oi me isv urauc jo
B C G3, a premonitory earthquake had desolated
Pompeii. It had destroyed several temples, the
irreat Basilica the colonnadoof the Forum and otber
Important buildings, besides others of lesser note.
The people lied, but subsequently rurned and beet
themselves to the task or restoration. Bulldlnewas
a slbwer process tben than now, not the Temples or
Venus and Jupiter, of Isla and of Fortune, a.1 went
up cgaln..andPompeU, It somewhat debased archi-
,...T11. veaa mnra shOWT and luxurious tblB
eTer. The Emperor Titus seemed to have thought
It a pltr all this splendor-should be lost, but the Se
nators ha sent to view the site and estimate tha cx
pensoof digging the town free or Its terrible incubus
of ashesrwere frightened by the magnitude of the
task, and the Idea was abandoned. Thus In time
the. very place where Pompeii had stood to forgot
ten. Towards the end ot the sixteenth century an aque
duct from the Sarno to Torre dell' Annunzlata waa
carried straight through the heart of the hur
ried city following and piercing walls. Tet no
one said aught .of Pompeii, andlt was not until
1718, under Charles III., after the world bsd been
excited by the discovery of Hercnlaneuni, lost a cer
tain prying engineer. Alcublcra by name, got the
royal permission to excavate.nr tbe site of the for-
1 .i i ,n fl rl rtnt what srai hidden
there. Even then neither this adventurer nor others
mention PompelL They thought he was working
over Slablte. Little was done at this or any time
under the Bourbons. Tho men In charge wonld oc
casionally And something, and then, for the most
patt, wonld cover It up again, so that on the visit of
some royal or other distinguished personage they
mliiht flatter their visitor by pretcnoing to mate a
surprising discovery In his presence. Viben tho
Botiapartes prostrated the Bourbons early In the
nineteenth eenlury the energy of the Republic of 'CO
was In a manner prefigured. Caroline, Aapoleon
sister and Mural's Queen, was enthusiastically Inter
ested In the works and enused.them to be energeti
cally advanced. Tho Bonrbons returned and all
J . .... r-t sll II.. . tf sTVmm Ttsi 1a vast KaMa w4
stood suil strain uctu iuc cry o. .,v. ..,
and with. Victor Emmanuel came FlorcllI, Since
then, as we have said, the ground over; Pompeii bis
been worked with almost as much vigor and eager
ncss as tho gold diggings or California ; and since
then, consequently, the returns have been commen
surate with the Investment of capital and labor.
Streets, houses, theatres, have one by one been
exhumed, Inscriptions deciphered, trinkets, coin
and household utensils collected, Jars of cosmetics
and phials or medicine, and lately even such ordina
rily perishable things as loaves of bread. Eighty-one
of theso have been discovered byFlorelll in a single
oven-ths place. having been so scaled that no ashes
entered It, and the bread was found exactly In tho
order in which It was placed on that dreadful 23d or
November, 'TO, when tbe fierce strirc or the gladia
tors aUlw .Amphitheatre was inturrupted by tbe la
va storm from Vesuvius. All sorts ot things hsve
been lound, Untbonght of even at the time tho ad
mirable copies ol Poropellsn architecture. &c, were
constructed at the Crystal Palace at Sydenham.
Posters bearing entreaties to vote for such an one
for adie, love messages written on back walls, arti
cles or female apparel or ornament, paintings In full
preservation, poor animals beld.faatby chains which
prevented their escape from tho burning destruc
tion, and so dying where they stood, and worse
still, human prisoners In tbe gladiators' barracks Im
movably riveted by the ankles to Iron racks. Or
course only the skeletons of these remained ; hut if
rio humsn form, rounded as In life, has been dlscov
ed, therq has been found wbst Is so precisely like It
as to bo no less mournfully Impressive. We are told
i,. t itnnnl.r a French writer who has rmbllsbed
this and other cognate Information In an Interesting
monographthat recently, In'a smsll street under
heaps or rubbish, the workmen pcrceivca an empty
space, at the bottom or which were some bones.
Sinor FlorcllI, who was at once called, bad a Inmln
oua Idea. He mads them mix plaster and poured
It Into the hollow as In a vast. Tbe operation was
repeated In other Instances close by. Afterwards,
the crust of pumice stone and hardened ashes was
carefully removed. When this was done, four ap
parently perfect human bodies lay calmly below.
Tbelr flesfi hnd sustained their hot shround of aihej
until It had cooled and crusted, and as that flesh bsd
withered away the spaces bad been left which Flo
rcllI now so ingeniously filled.
Osb of tbe officers detailed by Mayor Allen, of
AuL'Slta. Oa., to examine Into tbe condition of ap
plicants for charity, reports of one ol the women
that '"she don't Heed meal, but wants whisky."
A CALiroBSlA couple lately celebrated their gold
en wedding by a fight, In which the woman was
victorious. The old man was so chagrined at the
result that he immediately drowned himself
Some or tbe women school teachers or Randolph,
Mess aresclllnc books to their scholars for twenty
per cent, more than the regular price, alleging tbatr
ihclr salary Is to smn to support them without
Jawks Vas Arxnf. of Brtckaville, Ohio, shot and
nearly klilled a aplritaalilt named Andrew Duller,
......ii. haeansa his wife bad become so rooch of a
spiritualist under Bailer's teachings, as to negleethtr
Rocs: IstAKD cocstv. 111., proposes to glva $160
toward getting up a Christmas tree, and a Christmas
present for every m' of the two hundred and eighty,
five orphans at ths Home at Normal, provided that
McLean county will subscribe a like amount.
Ix the western part or Tama county. Tows, tlisra
Is a barrd or Indians, numbering two hundred and
sixty-eight, who occupy four hundred and nineteen
aerea of the best land in the Iowa River valley, pnr
cbaaed with their own money at different periods.
Two little dogs got Into a light Id Buffalo S. T.
on Thnraday afternoon, but a large Newfoundland
happened along, andafterwatehlng tbe combatant
r.w minutes, suddenly caught up one of them by the
neck and trotted off with It, keeping a firm hold npon
him until! his angry passions had had time to eool.
A Lazt man In the West has invented a novel ap
psrstus called the " Automatic Fire Lighter." It
consists or a small clock, on the plsn or an alarm
clock, which at any desired bour lights a mstch and
oiled wick on the bearthy by means or a connectlue
wire The klndllogs In tbe stove are so arranged
that they are readily lenlted ; and all that Is needed
is to decide at what time you want your fire started
In the morning, set the clock and tbe afialrwlll take
care or Itself
Isr the old churchyard or Worth, Dorsetshire. Eng.
land. Is a tombstone with Ibe following Inscription
on It: "Benjsmln Jesty,of Downshsy, Died AptU
10 1816, aged 79. He was born at Westminister, In
this country, and was an upright, honest msn, par
ticularly noted for having been the first person
known ttat Introduced the cow-pox br Inoculation,
and who. from bla great strength of mind, made tbe
experiment from the cow on his wire and two sons
In tbe year 1773."
Tin: Chicago gtrls live In adtvorce-seekingatmoa-pbere,
and are, or course, axftcted thereby. One of
them kept her betrothed on bis good behavior by
threats of asuitfor breach of prosaist- If he ab
sent from herfor two days there came a note : Dr
linz ir I do not see you In two boars I shalt cosb.
mence the salt. Thy sdorlg Marlon." fcatnraUy,
be went. If be wlsVd to go to a concert, ami ha
did not profess a-wllllMraes. to escort her, there
came a note; "My Own Thorajey-Tbe papersara
In the hand of a lawyer. FaHhraHy. yoarf," The
youth endured all tbfe until s insisted m hi tak
ing a class in an Infant Sunday school snd cutting
off his Imperial. Then be had her arrested for dis
It Is alleged from WsshlssgUm that thedisfculty
iifrelatlon to the trBsportwtloa of the Earopeaa
malls arises sot from the dWntOB of tax lost
OSee Departssent to c cower prisptm.sw sew
responsible sod trustworthy parties, w KM
r.. il.it asa, ttrnosMlliofM MM IMt DeOSs I
t-i.- .-i-s s.rwrn .-par' aorTtce last en tared lata
Is with tbe. Srs Itoe only, and oor 1. vioaa
are lo tbT set that it tptoMlm ta
dlsIncHaed to make Mmtnct. with o4WcoPol,
provided terms acceptable to It are proid. Tet,
aran Is .H this, and it-ranting also that Ussre has
rSa tht. far oo'cutUoe off of bcUMVas, H salsrht be
sot wHswHtt D.-OSU to is.. wMWHrJtt wstosr
be bet xfca.rvasl ky a aSastesst asilir
' .Su.mw l IA. Pna OssVaa tassafasSl
Mas. ttieto -sake a sWs w M a ttswwrel. a