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pjj!Fm$' m put smv? I.;-'
Every "Wednesday Horning.
AT SIX DOLLARS PER AXXU2L
Farltr SatMrlWn. SS.OO ta $ 1 ,0,
0rncx On Qwa Slree, ia tfc old
Okm Hoe BmMme, Hamoiain, IL L
BOOK AND JOB
THIS OFFICE IS SOW TOKTAKSO
TO EXEOUTE ALL. ORDERS
For Plain and Fanoy Printing,
OF 5VKHY DKSCKirnOK.
WITH XEtlTNESS 6 jDISPATCJI
YOL. YI-NO. 5.:
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, FEBRFABY 16, 1870.
mm PER YEAR.
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ant Naaaaz Oaaee. a aksaa al Wilwja Maaaaaca-
CAST HI A: COOKE.
rxysrESs. caarESAL xemeasts, ajo
SE32SA1 A BESTS,
Sa ?' af
H?C3 AX SEALS IS SMSS. SH9XS,
A. C. 11CFFI"3I. 71. I)..
TS.T FHT5KL15. AN9 S2K.
n 11.1.1 II AJI
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II. 1LICKFBLU Jt CO..
SE5ZZAI. CXJI5IX AZX:
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THHODOKli C HUl'l'K. I
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F. A. ClIAIirilIt At CO
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LIJVl!IIi A: IJICKSOA,
IXJerH2S iS 3EA1ZBS IN Tweyg,
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Mas Ias t" tn 1
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AIXEX i CHILLESGWOSTH.
JOIi X. IVAXIIIIUOCJiC.
rE?ZI2S A53 3XA12S ET i;snar
iv. i Gimirv.
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CIIAJi. X. SPirxCIIK Ac CO..
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31. X. -JO-IllX.
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a. II Str t. BWajMiai. aaaiTITa Lrvat' CaaawrSaMa.
I I- TOUBEUT,
SIAIH LT L3XSE2 A3T3 CTZ2T XH3 OF
Fan IU..M. lyt
BOLLES A; CO..
ssrp OT.'-vT.y a etrmnssras xeschato
tjaaa. t.' ajautalx. Parlawtir iwurtin aakt k Ik.
GE0CE2. Ai'D SHIP CHAXTJLEE,
Xaaaf aa. l.nai IwafcU M Spa an. tb curt baar-
trr Jfcrfxat xz Gt-jnl rr
l SMt, Wn Ur.
: SXeZECBBiCi G22CZ2HS
r af Naoaa X fassaw fsreafis
S. E. HHCEC0CZ,
C. W. CREY St CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
Ia aS lead, f Siap. EeeC Xattaa. a&i Gai
CScc 4 Fort Street, abere azderx tB b rceatreii
aai prmjtiy iftrritif to. 23
Ha, Marar at 3a, Mb.
Tk. n rrv (Mm. Mk
TtmV w 'ai.3 i It S?o. Mat. I il at,
f. p-y. t fck.
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m rpor.i kf intsilHi i.attW Awea.tawelea 1
a- Mac rin i fena ! !! aiw(ea '
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aa. c a. ia aaaaal BuaaJ SJBM. saw fart- 1 a aaC Hi ralMrt'eCaaA.
XIIKO. IX. UATIUS, ! (Mara
;Ut Jumm, atsws A Co. ) Ma.
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aa aawsr a
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rUTa A.H i.Owi T ,
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w. -wr af laaliiaiiaa .Himii it fwk. Jaan'. ( m v mm aafaa.
Bwita. r i- I n lllll fHf ' " a""e yaac
w-ixaiEu sc. Aixin. I
HX?PLSG AND eeX305SIS 3EE2CEASTS, (
I' ttno Haaaa. H Sail. JL I. tjo i
eevdeeae aM mm af awaaaa ayaOnea.
axrru aa rayian aai
CL tl iatria 0. at lllaMtaOa,
C ir-a- . jCaaataaOaka.
i SuaraaMBM, i
0. Cte- Tert Kettl Streets.
a. e- ruiuin. s-A. xt.rx-
CIIArAAJVIIil & CO-
XHT3IESS AST) DXALESS IX "KTXTS.
A. S. CA.KIIO.IA.
VEOLESALE AX3 2rtAIL D SALES
. . a. t. cum. i "
c Bumixn Jt co.,
ItOSOLPLV, II. X.
lCaTK-Fir tb TI&Lrc. AValtiiVu aiMt liana ,
AUBAT )W tb PvroiKiitl Ir of I land r
i. r. muss.
A. MMU. ;
IUIIaKKS A: CO..
3ST GOODS A5D CXS33AL
i. iinwiMt.itiiiriimiia S4r j
F. A. SCIIAKl'1511.
CENT for Jle BltEJIEN BOARD T
l iaf tar taw Bnweaa Smt t Cwavrvrtttm.
C. S. HAIITOIV.
71. J. GKIAIIAVTI A: CO..
LSPQ3TE3S ASD TnEI2SALE DZALZSS
la rmt- mMt Mai, tfcsx. CaM. Suucs. asai
eT c SmmUmmm s svawrH
j k Xakc'i MkS. StrH, fclf. IL I.
AFOAC A. AC1II CK.
L;cnj. STiilesih xsA Stail Bealen 12.,
JO II A U. l'ATY.
Sctary ? asL Casii3er af BeeU
fvta-r -OerofCMiann. SKaltWlHkritjh
G. IV. SOETO.f.
COOPER AND GAUGES,
At the jv Staasl c tie Zjei-ii-,
Ufnfni f ttmmd t all rt iat a hi at a Sj
mt . tW CW'Out Imi. .Vf. a cwt W ! I w ut
wliat kwan. He oat kwl 4 Sir Hb. 06 CJU
awt Hunk yamet dan, w ul UL wtet
Mtua. n t Mart I.H.I AS
iy ir aM iirmlit a &n . ir.fcit.aii, A
li.a. i Oi inaa 3
F. XI. at G. SUGKIJiE.
TET, ZISC AKD COFPEE SJIITE5, AiD
. Ban - .aAawtty im ImL Sfcrm. Pu. Gal-naiaW
k Irw Pt nam aW Ow. Ia
Bf Bar Ujm fcmt 11.. a taacct. SmIM
nry tarf stoex. it Tlamr. afmry OV- j
rartjcalt- MXZnti n t ka.Wjra. Orfanlrem sW 1
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Taaaafai t ta CHna.i trf B-iairnJq aaa A- bteaals
KeanBa St taa ktMrat fti ma hi tk?m. w. D. V.
eenrtacanaam a last 1 1 1 1 asecal saw mm Isr ta. fafan.
J.V7IXU. I Lnivrs.
COOPER AND GAUGEE,
At the Mi Stzzd, roroer ft'nsg- aat 3otfci 5crwt.
!tnl af 0H SkaaaW aavf all Aiaia, et Cwnruar
m up 1 1 ay aaei'.r a
HVwlMip Mfc W
J. II. XII03IISO.
Ccjsoc Ser, Haeaisls.
awanaaa) Ja kaaaf aarf iir aia ac t
JOIIX SOTT .V CO..
COPPER AND TIN SMITES,
Xaa&eaasa Street one asac aitrt IStae',
a lamllaeaW Haaiaa Baatstwj arr utrW U
lallfit iat0r WreajAM?eJLSt!ifafami,
I nii.fcaaa ta. I. Wna... ria.f I. ac. AJaa aaj kaaai. a Ml
!. aai taa? aaar a- aj. ac ia Iar-
Laaaa af ' n. f in - - mi Tula i I twamfc
aaaw taw aCW iaanaa aataatf w
LICENSED SHIPPING AGE5T.
Km Jazua EeifiMa k Co" "STiiii
aw mU aU fmm rf aattSac want
an mmr im.um: ac aa,
E0CSE AND SHIP PT.TrvroTTr
Xixj Sbtet. sext t iza Seazies'i iVtheL
Ta. Vaor-CW. Vaak-Bartaa.
i ?.! ". Lm aaal fl.la.ani I ba ra..
t Wi i I awb. a, la. naaaiwr a, eW
' T- I aaaeaa. aj araan inriMinf a, um a arark-
DICKSOS A: nOLSTER.
Eouse, Sign and Ship Painters,
No. 6 Fart Street.
VAC-OX AND CfPtTtrrr srni3E2,
7S KlKar Street, Hoaolnlo.
Eifiai taia 4MM waA can aaot aa.
Aa. fartscalar .-Tinriiii rsaaa
I tW ataar Iitiiaaw yeaUMlj asa.as.A-
31 K. J. COSTA,
JEWELER USD ESGEA7EE.
F:rt Scat cyjcsiu aid TtBcsT Hall,
LaoaTaiaM3tt.tB.lllSili I. a aaa. ataatEo.
f fcaaMaaa. MaSl a Waark BWaa Caatk ItaXJ, H-tTf-TTT
ITSTti!itt ii tit Order cf tie Bay.
HA VDfS eWfSTECCTEB A XLTF SKTLIGET.
lail iai Tiricc fir Knprareoanu. I aap
aw t t aA(c t laic the bhi tutiiaeaj with
A Pbotosrapl. of ztxty SIz,
Fracx a Crystal t a V.-t takes ax tht Eest
Style af Art, asd z that mott reaMcahictars.
AIsv, &r tale, lim f the Itlasts , Partraitt af
tta gfajr, Cfaeenf. aaA sChar NMabCca.
H. L. CHASED
ha Siwtiw J )iafli a On.
tr-l.rt i IhiOia.
f X 3.TT.
11. J. HOliSGV.
AXD EtsTEASG: AGENT.
l lat C bKtr Kicaaae. CakSxaia SBnt Su
i Ihmn. litfaall. fly
1MK X. WB9. 1UB
uioa k. numiii a. co..
ixpqsxess 4 xaxctactuxess or haiiax
Murah. inlK Hmmm nn. IW Mn. Iwk, Wulr
. IniiumOMIir T-. Hlhiwt Ms. Tm Mh
HMV. At. Ac W IItm, Caaaattc CWtfc.
-1- wtaaaus. . r. aaasestu. c. a. miii.
RTLLIA2S. BIAKCKAKJ & C0 j
5HIP?rSG AKS COiniKSIQS aOSCHAXTS, I
x. w. nniuit e. x. euxs I
SETESASCE, CLAEK 4: CO. j
AiD SHUPtSG A6SSTS.
403 Jra2t SUwU carssr Osy. Sii FnrsKO. t
! -rtT r-fi "f'mrV-in lrti .ifli. :
Oak Aifc.no I i
! 2TCSAKSK. HERSILL & CO-
, AJSaa a &.
a:, ji. v.v i:i:m.
COMMISSIOH 2IES CHANT
Htevtetr tW W tM'.ttv-etvxr mm iliwili 1 1 i-nrt 11.11
Np 1 I gwt ftr tW RSt ifclfcr Mil,
lAXGLZY. C50WELL & CO
San, o nic treS, San Kralici.co.
TinaJln, (mt craaMfilv M t HaOa Slxeat.
rr.vriAG m:rji hf.ci:vti.t I
JLJL aea IwtaW; m.i. it Saw
r rAMILT B TBI la ta SlaM.
MaL MfVV (WO- i
Tte TjMm w3t roe-ttaatl; jifai aik mj kaxaaT I
Sa MM iH 1 1. Tk SMnas Xxaaa CkajSV.'-ai ,
aecUfaa, enB W M ta tavt mi aVtwa,. sa law I II I
ililaejl i t. tW Betas !
INSUKANCi: NOTICES, j
30AED or DITDLUVVEITEES.
qtltE CNOERlGNED haila- bn ap
JL XaasaW Aa. lr a Ja Itiniili HI tamwafgaalif ,
Ctrorula lavuranc Companrt
f Xcrlinl JlatnAi 3fartnr In Co
' Paclde InmrtiBCf Cempan
r Ca.IirornlA LloTtiV, and
I Home Jiutaal In ur a nee Ccnipn jr.
t IttltmtrMln Kanera t -tU mad tte nM
I rally, thmt aA fcwiew f Tmx ui 1'arv.Mv kMLnri b eitfecr
a aar in 1 C nil mi . araoMe -Yia, af law -aaa
.air npaa. aa m ia, im saaamm iiaiaai aaa BM.a m ,
lamriMla gam. I
hb a. kacuiu a co. i
INSURANCE COMPANY. !
j rnBK CNDKRSICNED, AGENTS OP THE I
i JL aaaiair Caaiaaa,. a.. Ia aaa. aw.1 1. aaiar. rat., .
aw C.r;o, PrelslK aaW Tre.anre, m My itata i
eaaffMe af cto nrM. aau rata-.
Vl a HACtFaiB a CO- '
rrUIE CSDEUSIGNELD, AGENTS of tile
JL aim Oaaaaaay. iam W aaskuileai win m i tat
aa C.rca. fTrctarac aaal Treasure, IfCatitirf.
Veaa aiiai ia.1. Im ali aarta law BWwaMM aWaaa, vbds
HL MACKrEl a CC
LUPSRUL FIBB LXsUEiXCE CO.
ac LaaAsa.-Ziliihihe4 A-2. 1603.
CASH CAPITAL, St0OO,O0O In GOLD.
Till C5Ba3fCKB BATIXG rr i ilala aiuli
af law aaatwt Clan, tw k aUaraitMi ISmli. aa
aapaawl . aaaE, ngj iai I riaa at Bewa. fOaaat aaal Waaataa
VajBaMn9. aaaf aai XenSMajall.. aai sk. BMat flevaeaMe taewM
Dar pwlaialiiii. isalj aatkaacf
S-a WALKIKA ALLES-
2LABI2TE lit SUE AS CE C0&PA2ST
Of aua Frwaeiaco.
rgVIIE CSDEBSIGSED ZtaiTlna; lean ap
JL laiatail ifa&I, aar ta iaM C.a I a?, ac eailll I
a wmm riian i aa i.rj;.. stiibi. sm 'ivtcc-
art. W A Lai UK a 1LLU, I
kSai AfBABK. HaaMtafta. j
FLEE I3.SUEAKCE COHPAi'Y. i
TIIE CNDEItSIGNED LTlngr b.B air-'
t jural Xacaln ck AB. C mat I i,. an anaj4 ;
a. iaiai i neaalrafait HH.astitaeuBrlck Enlld-
Int. ia4 -'O. 31 crcbaaaLie baraa ifcieiM, aa Ik ,
THE AGENT FOB. TUE CK1TISH Far
ctjm Xaraa. Iasaraac. Cmmw, (UaiitcA fcaa rr
tUai ia.li mshiai aa ratMca ckc rase at Iaaf
aatwaaa lMi,elw Ml ran, M tkr raeaxe. aai it era n
paavtaaaawc yaiiiipa at tk. Xawvsf j?Tfrs. aak aecwoaX
rviaetam aa rrtiKkt pax Seaaaasa.
THO). EL BAVIri.
-tf Jftxt 8rB. fir. JUr. hu. Ck. tlimiUt,
BART LETT SALOON,
Carwcr- Ilatct aa-d Fart itmu.
Ill a II ELS Ac DLA.tK
S Kvnaz tMeir remrratal lal refixrasikai: tb. tfT
I e akaa veaiaviB caa ST ctttarTaa.nnr.. wamt4 afa
ia iLuiuij am a, paaair ucy can aa aaa
a at baa aacacaf ksa tx atat f Lkawa. Wkua, Aim. At.
CRATER Or EH A (TEA. HAWaLT.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NdtV
J epatttT ta rccecciua' aMZcat tbcTaaraaa 2ZZ
Haaac. wa bust retf- -a ffihfai -tMaLrtatt. raacat. a Ja-1
uata, aad precast artfarSaare, gzpwieceai fnks fa- the
Oater alwartaQ ba,
ETEAX AH3 SbL"iiiiji 2ATXS !
Esxes C-nirtd tsi StMti it retired.
TvTtn fairi j ti. VaiVxr, yi n&i, c pi'jeejaaa-naj.
warrsatcA ta txaAc rnrac7. ij K. H. Hrr-awr. Eat.
mmw asr Wf wmnik
j smk nnc. jjOTOX. lJa. w. tt,in.wt,
'On in mnwi i.fcilttJalMi.
I wM it .Hi Mi ... xMia.tM.4
! i.ii m sasaSa i
SUGAR & MOLASSES.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
zocsc assent.? or
The San Francisco and Pacific
Sugar and Molasses,
FIOM THK KOLOA PtAXTATlOX
u. HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FUJI THK EAST 21 A CI PLANTATION.
Cwo f ft ait
4JJm U. HACKTELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
EJtOH T11U UUIX PLANTATION.
I J7. Ir sale, hr
j;.4 U. BACKFEU) A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FltO.I THE UOBKOX PLANTATION.
Crp t lit, fer sale h?
K-a H- MACKFKLD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
FnoM THE PIONEKIl IILLS, Lahalna.
Os " tt safe T
JTJea H. H ACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
Qw of ivr sale hy
K-3sa II. HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
.-nxnOit THE HKKIA PLANTATION. Crop
1? f IS!), tw sale br
H. HACKFELD A CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
PROH THE JIETCALP PLANTATION.
CM T 1T. fw sale by
H. UACKfBI.ll A CO.
HILO, It. I.
Sugsr and Molasses,
CROr STOW COMU'G IS, and for sale
ia qeoatitars to saat aasrekasers. hy
1 WALKV.K j ALLEN. Arests.
Susrar and 7IoInse ITrop I70
Course rx. foe sale ix quastities
i sut pwrekasora. hy
1-Aea TALKER A ALLEN. Agents.
Sujar and 7IoIasC!. Crop l!70
-,OMINC IX, FOR SALE IX QCAXTITIBS
W to it pareaasers. by
l-3a. WALKKP. A ALLEN
Ci-op of Snpir A: 7Iola.es
VTOW COHIXt: IX. ASI FOR SALE IX QCAX-
lisie to k iMiebaisee he
1-1 C. ERSTER i
BW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR SALE
l-Sm , C. BSSWRR 1 CO.. Aaxts.
Vacuum Pan for Sale!
CAST IltOX Vacuum Pnn, J feet.
iswhes Sa diaaeter. wirk CopperWara, Steam
e. fcaalt uthr Air Paere. Ac. eoeaaatte.
For aaee y
ii tf H. HACKFELD A CO.
DIIUGS & MKD1ICNES.
Sound Health to
be Obtained at Last! ,
The Way to Gbtain Sound Health!
TTTunST-CLEANSE the Siomitli from all"!
a hmh mr uaui; ro4eee faac-
eeonfl PWnr laja kja) fran. U aexia aaat eorrefa
fcvaear. a lH ran.. Tv ta. earns., of the yalell BaaM
af Ha? aa.aan wUck at aa BM, af tr Haaau Faaaitr
A ItEMEDT. aawr t Saaitr vw usmaaaw. ra-
ili af lafccilatf Mi a .1 ill i aaa MajwtuM f arjca.
VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS.
Tan, FaM wis Maaaata an fcaTaal its iaM. M
Ik HEAD. flllsT. HEL3. LITUL aa-l MSESTITE
OKBlNi. KlWnt. t- AIM. la KHBTWATtiM. BL
Ca0t. fOUe1. aaal SKI. ILitUi2i B babe A IHEKCT
rTUrTSS OC TH U.)U) aaat acker Saaais of tk bajnaa
Sec HmnAbtUa Clren Amy by Agents.
rL.aana aa auU. a ipiali aaal retaS. m aaxe-. prire
ML la. aaal 3k t4. ek. ky ti. WHI.PrOA & sOS.
Sa. I Oaaar OaMt. Itaat street. I ilal. aa4 oar t bai f
Hr J T WATKFWOC-F, gnaulwl I. aa af act Oanaista
aaat Uaaacaae Taaasn ia 6ra ErtUM aad tb. Ostwiief.
TV. aaabfsifBal au lwl a. aaark ia feaiM et WnELP-TSkV.-
ATE TKEUKl PILLa Mm aaataM wb hair
wsml tken, tkat kc caa neaiaiaanaTrliii. wrtk perfect cso
seVaea. J J0EX TEOHAS WAIESHOCSE.
Florida Water of the Best Quality.
BROWN'S IBOClTES. HAMBUBG TEA.
A Great Aiscrtnet cf Esse till Oils.
Sorb aa OU of" Raar. Oil sr Bergamat, Le ckc.
Giyeeriae. Syriage ia variety.
Breast Paatpe, Noxiiag Busies.
Tntsse. Ae., Cocoa. Batler,
tThjt Wal. Spermacetti,
trhite CasrSe Soap,
Paia KsXer. Ac. Ac.
Far Sale at tber Lot eat PrSeca, by
' IL L. CHASE.
Regular Packet for Kohalaand Hilo.
"S. Schr. Pauahi,
"Wna- BABCOCK, .... XaeUr,
TFWL rsa rczwUrij bexwees HacoUIs asd the ahorc
pert. For freirhtcrpassat apply ta
il CASTLE A COOKE, Artatt.
For Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
SLLISH, .... Sfaater.
Vtut rza aa a regalar packet ta the abara port.
Fer frelrat r pasaare apply ta
I-I WALKER A ALLEN, Ageatt.
Regular Packet for Moloiai.
WHt rza i ta reralar packet tetweea Hires talc
asd MelaAai. tAoaia at Kascakakai acd Pakoo.
For fretzht or panaee apply ta tb Captain aa
Sax FtAM-tsttv Jn. 22. 187a
Eorroa Gauttk:: Tbeuwrland trip frorXew
Yort to San Francisco i now a pleasure trip,
aaj espcciaHv- $0 ia winter. Thit is my espwi
enc. Io summer, with the sweltering heat, you
lure on anuojiu altaSae duU on the plains,
that makes your sia very nncomforta ; but in
winter, the dean snow covers all. W e. perhaps,
had a little too a.uch snow between lAratnie and
... ,,. , , ,
bridger. oa this trip. t o hut two I.-omoUTes
atasul. to drirv o-s into the snow-bants, and ona
behtad. to help pH us oat. when ne conld not
drive through, which was often the case. But
.. . , . , , ,
there ned Us no fear or any long detentton
d arise the severest weather on the overland
route: lie Central ftdfic, ith iu cototed
ferty miles of snow-sheds. 00 the Sierra Nevada.
can' bid de&anoe to the worst storms ; and the
Uaioa Pacinc portioa will soon be in the same
secure coaditron. The nhold road is the smooth
est ranatcur oee in America, and it is a pleasure
to travel over it. even in mid-winter more so
than in nud-sumruer. The only pHiiia at this
time is in crossing the Missouri, at Omaha. We
had to foot it 00 the slippery ice. and when a
thaw sets in. it wiH bo no joke to tramp over tho
great branch of the Father of Waters. I have
net experienced such cold weather since I ram
bled io Labrador, with dog-sleighs. It was 21 c
below zero at Ames, in Iowa, where I spent the
Tta aad i-th or this month. I he rarmers oi that
State want to set out of their ieeboaud land.
jsst at this time, and sail for sunny and fruitful
loads in the TactSc You mar look for a west- n" e case.
. . . . . J- McLeavy Brown. First Secretary or the Burlin-
era icamerattoa wave, that will reach you sooner ( gmB chines Embassy, wholelt some time sine on
or later. There is good hope fer the Islands. a official visit to Pekin. is expected to arrive in San
ad Means, at Washington. Said thev intended to mtnt. and will present it to this Oovernmtnt person
recoa.otendareductioo on SaSar. tea, and other ffi,
articles. I think yoa may depend on some re- I lers upon the deinfs or Buriineame and his associates
dacAioa. Overkad fares are reduced to S135 first- j ndarins.
cfcss. front Xe. Vork. and an emigrant ticket 0
for $Stt. in currency. Some batches of emicrants d tt rrire a very encouragine account. Ho Bnds
iKtve been pat through wh freight trains for as 1 foffie
low a sua as S3) in carrencv. Evervbodv now i nership, an Iron fooudry at Somerset ; but It ms.ni
, . .. r -e . " . " i el S1 confess that they went Into the buslne to
can coese aad visit the Pacific Coast, and, of I Qiae muoey, that they are making It, aud refuVeto
course, manv wiH want to see the Islands, though ?ivo any aid Io the way or facts and fisurcs to help
- ', . , n i j i other worklnsjuen to cstablisli similar entenrlsea.
so vrftoooasly mtsrepreseated. Oar Islands, and I are nuatTons lodustri.l partnerehip. where
the - fellow savases." are a standing joke in the j "pltalUts divide a certain per cent of the profits
. i with their rrffolar workmen, and the Bav Stale boot
States. aoraethtB? ought to be done to manu- J and sit6e ra.rTnraetoryof the Billow. afWoWw.
facture other opioioos. I know that manv En- I and the curriers' shop or Webster A Co ., at Maiden,
n . r i . i arejrtvcu as example. Tuu division of tart of tho
ropean Powers use a secret service fund, to proSt In theee establishments hi, bad a effect
convKv correct information through the press of on the workmen, making them more regular. Inter
America. Toor slandered Hawaii has need of fe,.,
some such help. E.
CrNCixATi, Jaaoary 5. The Corstt to-morrow
will publish the substance of the sworn statement
otade in It previosslr by Houston- King, of Elliot
CoBBty, Ky., before llosUnd, United States Detec
tlr "Klatf-elrrfare therv 1 In extslener a secret so-
! eirtv. the oMeet or which i to repudiate the nubile
j debt. It proposes to accomplish tuis pr purcnasing j Dcblik", Jan. R Irish Journal report that during
seetoiae plate of greenback and boads, and then ! the Parliamentary election in Longford, wbleh was
tluodins the country with copies of the origiaals.-, bitterly contested, and attended with great excite
Fuar million dollars, Kitur states, have already been meet, the supporter of .Martin, the Fenian candi-
srnt throughout the cuoBtry, and the organization i date, and tboee of Xusent, had a sharp D;bt. The
U eaid to have $2,000,000 in It poisession. The so- troop appeared and Hred upon the Fenians, who
( eiely wa organized ia December, 1503, and subse- , quickly dispersed. . A few men were wounded, and
t qaeatly reorganized la Peccmberlast. All the mat- j one killed. At list account there bad been no lur
I ter aie ia paHersioo ot Secretary Boutwell. King . ther dUtorbance, but proper precaution! have been
1 wa formrriv a Culoael ia the Rebel Army, and has taken to prevent a renewal of the conflict. The Fe
I been, until lateiy, a derk ia the Elliot CouotyCourt, I nlan element Is greatly exasperated over the defeat
The atteatio of the fioveramet-t was calUd to the , Lom j.q. io.The Prlucess" Teck. formerlv
exfeteoee or this orsaaizathm six months ago by p, Uces Mary or Cambridge, irate birth to a eon
UsMeel States officers ia tbia Di.-lricL jft night
Srw Tobjc January & The gunboat Maria ' There have been heavy gale throuzhout Ireland
wbleh left for Portland in company wtth the steam- , lucu Friday, by which the ehlpuinc has been darn
er JfimMwAto partieipate io the reception of Mr 1 ,d many live lost, and much property destroyed
Peabody's resaains. was rua Into at wa, by the Jrt- . , ,,, . ' ' '
.CmLjk. cat down to the water's ed iadsuuk I h 10, k,V. '". '.he ?tt
ia 15 mioatc. Four firemen were lost. but the bal- r KhS?? Am"a?
aneeof th otScers aad crew were rescued by the - T'hVuT
if;.. , i J I by the difference in exchange, the United State
Sew Tors. J.b. 7th.-Daatel Chadwick. member ! 4re P"ce
r u DMalali PisKsasaiat r Ka a, ma, tra lt.ii Anna.
' trr as the n-nreetitatire of British eaiiitalists inter'
eeted In Aaserieaa ratlrasoV, addressed the Chamber
of Coanacm testeray. He said foreran stoekhold
f ers wrre in a panic resrarding th-ir Amrrican invest-
ivata. Tbej were rrtMesed al-o at Injaortlou
and coatradietory jarkdielioe. fie believed that if
there were sleadiaes in our railroad minareraent
n.ar P.lMii aanltalt.t. aivilil larllr fnvp.r h h rt
tar-nlt. lie Lid its Pmideatand several tead-
I Seaators and Governor Hoffman on the subject,
ami hb acsntioa wa that where a railroad trav
erses several States, the Federal, and not the Stale
Cuart aoald have jurisdiction.
Xzw Toss, Jan. S A special say the Paraguayan
qaestiott is kKHsi&K np io Washington, where youag
Lopez h looking aiti-r hi, falker' laterests. There
are uow ptTpueilioB uaacr coaeKleration ia the
Cabinet tkat the Doited .Slate Governmeai shall re
aew it otfer of atetltatioa between the allies and
Paraguay. If toe utferi not accepted he wllf with
draw her representatives from tht capital, of Brazil
aad other altrrd Powers; that the will despatch a
aatal force telScieat to eaeourat; and warrant any
BroooalrJaa which mar be made br Parimav. or
which may be saaetioBed by one or more other '
WasinseTos Jan. 9. The treaty of annexation
with San Domtozo wa negotiated by President Batz
had onr cm radical ageot, )fr. Perry, at the city fit
Saa Dominzo. This treaty, with a secret message of
President Graat, will be scat to the Senate on Moo
ds r. Of the truth of this statement there) ia oo
Several Senator, who are cognizant of the part Ic
ons r of the aegotiatfem, privately assert that San
Domtagn fa sf as raach imponanea to the United
Sute aa the I,ktad of Cuba. The acquis I lion is one
watch will more easily lead to the possession of the
Althoagta the text of the treaty cannot be publicly
asadekaowa, ItaodoabtcoBtaisa the following pro
First The United State etipslatee to pay 11 .500,
CC0. Seewsd TbU money to be devoted to the Ilquida
tios "fail oMIzatioa of SanDomInso,ineIndInztbe
redemption of Us enrreoey, which Is represented to
be comparatively small ia amount.
Third Incase the oMiationsassamed by the Uni
ted Stile exceed the before mentioned sum, the
lands of San Domisgo are pledged as security for the
Foarth The liquidation of obligations will be en
trusted to commissioner appointed by each of the
Fifth Iu consideration for the dlaebarge of these
obSratiOB. San Doraiezo cede all the fort, dock.
i Crutoro-huoae; aad all other buildings, arscuaLetc,
; and com pit te iurtsdletioa over the territory.
! sixtkSaa Duminzb to te annexed or acquired at
i a Territ'.ry, not aa a State, tobject to legislation by
r wiGmi ia idv uueiuuiicru uiocr Aexnionea. i
i nnreose. when ratlfli bv the Secale of the nlted
Set en Hi The treaty to be valid to all Intent and I
Sute. awl eon firmed byaToteortbemajorityottbe 1
' eilfzec of San Dominzo. i
, Washctgtox. Jan ia The President sent several i
Esraisatiocs to the Senile to-day; among which i
were Judge Incom, to be judge ofthe Fifth Or-
celt, tier Wlthey. declined ; Ed. S. Solomao, Chicago
Governor ot Wasulegtoa Territory; Henry W. Blod
gett, Jcdge of tbe Northern District or Illinois, rice
Drcmnumd. Tbe President also sect tbe treaty for
LUC caa ol niiialia 03 Ilia U.C MOCZUlOB OI OL.
Mr. eamcer ha prepared a- orate financial
" w .-.." 1. 1 u' .c w. iuicmi,
sad zitlog-adaltinnaJ banklcgLcu.4.e to the South
acd West, and fer the ressmption of specie pay.
menu. Sexators and financial men speak is high
terms of the Bill, and thick It will meet the approv
al cf a majority of tbe Senate.
The President's treaty. looking to tbe acquisition
of St. Domic go. Is sharply criticised In both Senate
Xzw Yoke, Jan. 10. General Fremont publishes
a lengthy card lathe TrOvtuot this momlrr? de
fending the Memphis and EI Paso Pacific Raii-road
Company, wherein be aays it it It expected to have
at least 250 miles ot the road in operation before
the close of tbis year.
Hon. 7- P. Lowr Minister to China, left on the
Cut yesterday, with bis ttsily, for fiaa Frandseo,
Bvi nil! prvVHy tail fcr Sha$bai on th lit of
I'.enurT, irtitlajr tbtr Vt tht Cih vt March. II
will lba yrcctwl up thv Y.nti-KiinR, vo iilt ti
IUbIow. Afltrhlj ttturn he UI itart Ulttctly for
Vt.ia b.T wj of th Ti-Tln, Tb intrclin of
Mloultr Low ciltj his attention to the (apple uentary
artkles of 1SRS. known u tb. Cutliasamo treaty. It
U the wiih of tb rrejIJtnt that he eairy out the pro.
visions of that Treaty faithfully on the part of the
United States, and his intereoars with Prince. Kane.
at the heail of the Forego oQe of China, will he ex-
j pecteJ to demand, and. if necesary, rijiJly assert.
i tectinj; American citiien against tbobarbatlties and
, irresljrilies freHoently practiced by Chines mobs, or
upa the iadhhlttalrespooslhimy of local roTeruinc
ilandarins. The instructions are very explicit, and
I Minister Low is ftily eapowcreJ to take such decided
Istepaaawill completely viudkat the honor of the
j Ba,ieo Ull a u , mn txtafit hu Xaag
j been wanting; in our foreign intercourse, to the effect
that the Tnited States Goeerniaent war hare been a
rv lmUN, iajtitalk,n. ,aJ woull, ,Uow tu eitUen.
either to vindicate themselves or h. kicked and cuffed
I erof tho Geverauent, but will pi
had now an admln-
the diirnity and pow-
lrotect American citl-
seni and American property. Ibo instractions an
brier, to the point, and decisite.
Minister Ljw !utn fer his distant and important
missiott under the most favorable auspices. Ho ha
the utmost coaldence of the fresideqt and the Secre
tary of State ia his ability tu execute in a dlgniued
maaoer me ieuer ana spirit at bis Instructions, .ur
Low expresses a Uetermicatioo to us his best efforts : nnu lar 11 eonicra a great, tuougu not an njuai
to eleeat this country to the position it demands in I heuefit. on all. Two of tho colonic are una bio to
the affairs or th East. IttorderUrmUiarishimself I nd rcpU" by return of poat. aud It U they, there
with th true condition of thing in the various parts ' fjrc ,hst sr? ,n?.m0,t dissatisfied with the existing
or China. Minister Low. dunnr the summer or fall, I arm.gvmtnt Attheamotlmethoubldy,thouEh
wUl make a visit to ail the treatr port, aud evamin. LcaT" In Udf- U.n.0kt a hurdcusome ono on any o
rersoaaUv how business is trant J Th. VaiTivV P"te colony, aud tho mailt aro carried with pnno
lh??j?tTl.: J ,T e tualltv, though it would b quite ponlble to cipo
Jlw. si rint. ZT? t'.pr.FaU0? of vlltetuc ddlVcrv still further. By the aid of theelVS
rVjU f?, Sftrf- rMfiNt- "?J" C!a0-0r? telegraph, -however, the chief Item, or political
mfi crtlce in Chines water. This fleet ,ull cmWrelal new ire made known .tmultaue-
mo,t,h5'"Sh,J!'t,ulPrilnd tbemostror- i our n u) the coloulca except Xcw Zealand, Im
midahlo the United States hasssrer had In that part or mcdlatclT on" the arrival or the branch mall at Port
the world. Tho old tubs now stationed there will bo
! fj"" "J ,h; a,rtt. "m nhinc lawhieh
be the laughing stock of foreigners and Chinese, as
i thns caincd, but have regarded It as a present to be
spent rur anything desired. There I value In the
suggestion that It nonld have been better for the
worumen it ttse sums distributed among them bad
beeu eoasolidated Instead, and made a banklns or co
operative store capital, or a bnildinc and real estate
fund, though each a plan wuald probably not have
been nearly so popular wills, the werkmen. Al
though the system of co-operation ha been applied
to manufacturing in so limited a desree, co-operatlre
store are very numerous in the State, and they are
givrmuccrtuuoi ueim; ine most uccesslul In the
It is denied, that De la Follelte ha reslimcd Ihr-
London Embassy, and that Bencdlcto will retnrn to
Florence from bw Embassy.
The Aonrf.ur states that after the 10th of .May
next the privileged admission of cotton fabrics Into
France as importation will cease.
The Here bants ot Bordeaux held an excited meet
ing last week, at which tbespeecbe were made and
resolutions adopted denouncing the commercial
treaties!, and protesting against the abolition of re
stricttoas of importations in foreign bottoms.
Rumor are cornet that a covp d'ttnt wa made at
Madrid last night.
Pahis, Jan. 10. It is certain that the party of the
Left have joined with other parties in demanding
the arraignment of Baron Uausmann.
1 tie uovernraeni na decided to allow Ledrn Rol-
Tibaldl ?1 and others to ai nil themselves of tbe
amnesty recently granted for political otfences.
LliBOS, Jan. 10. -Later date from Montevideo
Juh received, announce that the great bank In that
city which wt recently compiled to suspend
has resumed najment '
... iTt .. , , .,
MiBEin. Jas. ll-i-Th oath r oEe was admmis-
tered to the new ministers last night. The Cortes re-
assembles to morrow. Additional election ditturban-
ee are retorted in some prarineial towns,
Paris Jax. 10. This afternoon, M. Joinrille and
Tietor Noire, of the editorial itaJof the Jar.ei7air.
ruiehefcrf journal, proceeded to the residence of
Prine Pierre Bonaparte. a seconds in a contempla-
ted iei between the Prince ami Pasehal Grouiset of
thatjcnrnal. They had an interriew with tbe Prince,
which an altercation bat: nt.r. Tk. p.t
became enraged and seising a reelrer fired twie on
hta visitors. on of tbe shot taking effect in tbe body
.fViet.r Noire, killing him instantly. The traredr
eassed a rreat agitation in the city. Tbt Prince deliv
ered himself op to tbe authorities.
PtBls.Jao. 11. At a meetlnz of the Corps Legis
larif to-day M. Gaion Monpaizraax proposed that
members of the Imperial family be rendered amena
ble to law. He said bo had no intention of creating
trouble, bat wished simply to do away with unlawful
exception. Boehefoit referred in bitter terms to th
murder of Tietor Noire and said : "Now it was that
our people sboold judge hi murderer, who, though
cousin ta tb Emperor, must not be allowed to perpe
trate crime,' and Ollirier in reply promised ho should
have jnstiee. Ia the course of hi speech he uted
these words: "We are for jastie law and moderation ;
if yea force us we will be for power."
In the Corps Lezislatif the debate on the arraign
ment of Uepaty Baebefort opened. From the begin
ning of tbe session the chambers were crowded with
spectators, and. all Deputies a well a all the mem
bers of the Cabinet were present- Rochefort occupied
his usual seat. Estantelere opened tb discussion
with a preposition on the part of the Left Center. H
said they felt confident of th strength ot tbe Minis-
1- S1"1 wobM adns. proseeotjoa against the offend-
tas.pepa'y- Advene repiial that tb Oovernment
eoowl not accept proposals, and demanded a vote of
tn t-nar on in qoeuicn cinerwue, tn Ministry
old not eontlco in See. Tfcia declaration was
leceaaea wilo sppuoif irom ail paru oi tc nail.
Loxsox Jan It. The Pall Mall Gatctu speak of tb
petition of th eotuaie of British Columbia for iniic
psdene, aad beti.ee it to be tbe work of Ameriesa
politieiaas, istetuled aa aa offset to the Alabama
elaim. It belief et the petition, If genuine, would
The weekly report of tbe Bank of England shows
that specie ha increased iJT.cOO.
ixrsoos, Jan 11. Letter from fan represent tb
feeling f sympathy for Tietor Xofr a profound and
widely displayed among th masse. Th Govern
ment is taking erery precaution to preren 1 1 n on ttun t
of pablie indignation.
Pari, Jaa It. The city It still agitated over the
recent homicide. Troops are held ia readiness at the
barrack and the military school.
Rochefort was pretest at th sitting of tbe Corps
Legiilatif to-day, Monday baa been appointed a to
day for opening the dlseustioa oo the arraignment of
RMbefort. It is rumored, howerer, that th Govern
ment will withdraw iu demand and proper a taw pro
viding that all political crime sad otesee shall be
tried by jury.
Vim. Jan U. dregs, and other eonspltatort a
rlnt the life of tho Kmperor, sentenced to transpor
tation In ISM. aro to bo eomprlsed In the stntral am
nesty fer political o&ccdrrt.
The city Is tranquil, and no further dasfrer of out.
break is apprehended. The troop from th neighbor
ins garrisons hav been ordered back to their poats.
Baraixu, Jan. II. A private letter from excel
lent authority, just reeeiTOd hero from Rome, taya
the Ip it chagrined at the drift of tho Ecumenical
Council, and will dissolve that body before taldtutSf
Loxnox, Jan It. Th TVnre has an editorial to day
on political Klalrs In France. Referring to tho Noire
murder, it recrcti M. Ollivier I indulgtac to threats
previously made, and thinks it Impossltl to exajjtr
! at the dancer of the situation at Varit.
I Tux Mirnimf Jmi, in an editorial, to day, states
j that the transcontinental railroad alone will sat
' liritisb. Columbia from annexation to tho United States,
j llmus, Jan. 17. Th nejrotiationi between th
frnssian floversment and th Chines Embassy an
AHMtrnllaM 7III Service.
Altuocou the ttonnain of the Panama Malt Scr-
I vice was acquiesced In as an unavoidable necessity,
j there are slgoa that It U beglmilui; to bo missed, aud
that each colony crave some substitute. But,, un
fortunately, they all want tomcthlnc different, and,
tbetcfore, co-operation Is rather difficult, while so
i parate actlou Is rather expensive.
The ureaentaerelco plvraua alt a mouthle mill
Adelaide, and on the last occasion the latest telnrra-
I phic ni'wa lrom Europe was only twenty-ono day
old, which Is the quickest transmission of Intelli
gence from the Old World that wo havo yet had.
Telegrams donottupenede letters, jet they some
what mitigate the necessity for extreme apced In the
j mall service. It la tho opinion oi some that the real
i tolutiou of our Intercolonial discord In the matter
of mall route will be round In tho completion of
too teicgrapoic communication oetween r.ngianu
and Australia. When that Is thoroughly established
and felt to be reliable, and pcrbapa duplicated and
triplicated so as to diminish the risk ol any total
rupture of tho communication, there may bo no ne
cessity to givo hlh subsidies for an ocean postal
service. Not that lines of steamers will cease to
run. On tho contrary, with a crowing commerce.
It Is probable that they will bo multiplied. But they
will look more rorthe profit to thelrpassengrr and
freight traffic, and will bo run on a commercial and
economical footing, and perhaps at a lower speed.
At tho present time, however, and pending; tho
advent of a new state of things, subsidies aro still
under discussion. Iu the Parliament of Xew Zea
land resolution have been recently passed, direct
Ine the Executive to make inquiries Into the possi
bility of a postal line between that colony and San
Francisco. The opening of tho Atlantic and Pacific
Railway hes or course drawn fresh attention to the
North American route between England and Aus
tralia. Up to the present time passengers aro not
sutficicntlr assured as to the safety of the lino or the
comforts of the passage, but for wall purposes It can
undoubtedly be made quite equal In efficiency to the
Panama route, and will havo some special advanta
ges which that line did not possets. Sjduev, how
ever, rather than but port In New Zealandwlll bo
the natural Australian terminus for such a line, and
there are singularly convenient Hopping places
along the route, which will be divided Into three
slices, namely from Sydney to tho FIJI, from the
Fljlsto the Sandwich Islands, and from tho Sand
wich Islands to San Francisco. This last section of
the route I already traversed by mall steamers sub
sidized by the American Government All that It
needed, therefore, to restore that complete circuit
of steam communication round the world which wat
Interrupted by the withdrawal of the Panama Com
pany, Is a lino of steamers running between Sydney
and the Sandwich Islands, and this service can bo
performed by vessels of a moderate size capable of
carrying about twelve days coal
Our present Government, however, has not sbown
any special desire to develop this route, but Is rather
throwing Its energies Into an effort to assist Queens
land to develop the service br Ihe war or Torre
I Straits. The Premier, on a receut visit to the capl
1 taloftlie Northern colony, has entered Into soma
; preliminary negotiation with the Government there
t on tbis matter, and the plan they have agreed to
adopt is io comuine ine jasiern colonies in tne sup
port of tlieTorrcs Straits route, and leave the South
ern and Western colonies to support the Sun route,
the two being worked so as to secure a fortnightly
mall, letters for all colonies being- receivable by
either mute and forwarded on the term of an amf-
f-aliln nrranitpm,nt Rranlnllnna tn llt.t .Am. will
1 probably be bro-igbt before Parliament In the ensu
ing session, and the whole matter may be advanta
geously referred to a Select Committee. Before the
colony of New South Wales withdraws from It con
i nection with the Suez route. It will have to be made
, clear that by so doing It puts Itself In no wcrso po
sition, and that if it gains nothing, at least It doe
not lose. The New Zealand Parliament has never
I favoured adhesion to the Torres Straits route, and
ba recently pronounced against It, while In Vic
toria the disposition at present I to subsidize large
steamers by way or the Capo or Hope, so as to en
courage immigration. There Is however, to be an
inter-colonial conference before lorg, on virions ub
1 ject of common Interest, when the whole question
' will be discussed, and when It will be possible to see
i whether any general determination can be arrived
at more likely to be lasting than that which resulted
I from the former Intercolonial conference held at
, Melbourne, and which arrangement was upset a!
i most a soon as It was formed. The last Conference
certainly was not encouraging for the scarcely tup
I pressed Intercolonial jealousies broke ont as soon aa
; tbe delegates had separated: but It may be possible
tu do better next time. As It happens no great.
' harm resulted from the non-adoption of tbe scheme
! elaborated by Mr. Partes, because it must hare teen
I mo1IB,ed .b.T lUe. Vtk,InC down ol the Panama Com-
Iny, but ithad theidyantageorinclndlngthethret)
, routes, and they must all be Included In any com-
i t',ele "heme, nnless the American Government,
' with a view to Increase its maritime pre-domlnance
In theseseas, will undertake the work of subsidising
, a trans-Pacific line of mail steamers. It has Ken
1 intimated that such a leucine Is In contemplation,
and, Ifso, the Australian colonies might be glad to
i economise their own expenditure, and accept tbis
I aslstance from the American flag. Sydney Leratd,
1 Cl- 8, I860.
1 TnE Vai to SrxcziD. Tbe Count de 8hee In
i bis memoirs, which have last been published in
! Pari, &lT bIt J olp worth ibo attention of
every yonng man In tearcb of tbe sure road to
riches. It la the secret of the Inckr stroke, or the
I foresight, rather, by which Emlle de Glrardln, tbe
great journalist, achieved success. De Glrardln, s
poor young fellow from the province, aays tbe
' Count, bad been In Parts about a year, living on the
! proceeds of onoortwo contributions to the reviews,
j when he was joined by Leirolles, an old chum lrom
I tbe country, who bad beard of his success and cams
, to achieve like honor. Now Lesrolles could barely
j read and write, but be was full of dauntless pluck,
and stubborn as a mnle.
" We will become great authors," he said, ilttlng
down beside De Glrardln In his garret. In rain
did De Glrardln act before him tbe difficulty of ob
taining admission for an article In one of tbe nuza
zioe. " We will publish a magazine ourselves, then.
We will become great Jonrnallsta.'" " Bnt we have
not a franc between na," reasoned his friend : "how
will we buy paper and machinery I" "Go In debt
for them." " How will we pay for contribution! r
"Bttal them," boldly replied Lesrolles. The Idea
struck De Glrardln. A paper containing tbe
of all tbe current journal tbe thing was novel:
there wa success In It. "Go borrow some money,"
ordered Learollea, " while I write the prospectus."
r,. nt-.-ii- I..- i i , l
franes; the prospectus wi
1 first Issue ofthe paper In a
I asi. uii.iuiu lubwcucu iu uvrruwing ot c uunurou
wa written, promising tne
said Lesrolles, pen is hand. "Let us be candid:
call It JWJAHf."
i Now come the point of tbe itory. Every sou af
' fheSOO francs thef ipent In adrtriuixg. Sabsrrip
I tiocs poored in. People were net arena to becom
ing receivers of stolen goods when there wsa no
. danger of punishment, tn tbe first year Tht ThUf
netted its owners 0,000 franca. Every son of this
) they spent in advertising s new Journal, which
proved as iuccessful a the firsL
their profit all went In the same mi
t or nve yeas)
manner. LcaroWe. -i .
eontlnned to be tbe business manager, altkoaarh tf
i Ignorant that be was obliged. In enacting np the
' subscriptions, to set down and add colaeaa of
figure yards In length, not nuaerstandls g the rata
of simple multiplication. His friends used to tai
him at this work lying on hi face oa the floor ayea
reams of paper, pasted In strip.
"Every man has bis method," be would reft
coolly, ta their Jokes. "I may not understand ac
counts. Messieurs, but Iknow tbe way to success."
' How do you nsaf to get along la Pari withoat
knowing tb French languag! inquired a naartldaaa
of Mrs. Shoddy. '0b we had aa interpreter with M,'
eoraplaeently replied th. old lady,