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Kemc and Italy.
ear ths itauan oo"rsnyxH.vr.
OwiCitaH afaawd to tbe whole-body f
(.rtaBuVipi tkrokoot tkewerH. noi bears
xkeilr tbr lft ef NTmbeS After an hii
uxaai ckaireoeto tbe. different attacks made
e-patetbe Stales of the Cbarch from
loft o 1887, st aJh to ami the do
aiim pMHU Usaei by l We rieiim of -these ng
smeM.'aBi feeae to puet ibe Hvtk beppt
MMM BOrianial stale of the Papal subjects
im Bun hfar fee Sail aasaak. Then itoootin-u-
m fefcswa: - "VVeat, ear people were in the
e::jaaaat of peace ad tnsfaUitf when the'
Rasar ami hit gOTersaent. semag their
cad prattng by tbe pgaa-tie war i
ika baai ferefeefs between two very pawer-
'OOO of wteet bad been.m-J
gjqnlaffl hi ajtminiaj, a fcrod etraemeatton,'
Ike part af tta Kiac tin kw pBrerSBMtit, that
IfceraiMaac ctaleflf eedeafaitieal rah fcWaU net
t ifa i tB&alin. wad fisemW be preserved
' uacWiV. tli'SaUc1 ail ttt a caddes apoa iorad
:ar tsw wtctf ttse laaaa ibaaMcwsflo ocr territo-
if.ue aaJke Half See ilsest. and getting
ttsBtgjs'. if way tats amote in-
Wbaf aaaUaet are addoeed far rcch a
r? nscMa motaiaed in the Kanrfi
9d aa Ute h ef captember, asd
e liimti at by hat aae.v eager, are sl&oWed
;r wal Vaa ra to axary aae. Br aa artfoi deceit
imi aaaaaaaseaaUM aad tsrsiaa; of words aod sent-
Uhi tanas ' hmau Eos, and a
m.r.t.oT dat.vel zod pro-
. , j "7! ( ' .
kte atlar. Teaafteite Hietf, aad
we an isqai sted aet to loelc npon
af aartaaapacd power as a boftile I
glioa aaJ to yield sp oar power, ;
a-A, ,i . -, j, i, -u. :
it we agcarted. woaid recoaeiie
i Ttba lliliau jiwate wits tbefispreme
r of tan tapraaaa Boaaa 1'oatKT.
i we oaaM aot m ataerwtse Ibaa takes
I wote araatif aWoaifacd to fee
c da.- wfcot ajaaaxi they (oar oaaiatee) tried to
c .jak aadtfetaaaak the liatean, titer were aooat
lo paraatxatt aatk rananl to ac ,- aor touW we
aa aatyaaf; aVna tha hoUoaa of oar Wart, the lot
e' :fcat K.ia. vW, aajed W laatiam eoaatollors.
t uaiat aat to aaCet saw wooods aod iojarios ap
vf ah Cbaaoa. aad w4o. fl-aa;, aiea iato greater
uiaaat taaaQod, aaBjots eatitcrr that there k
n iaiaa a Kmmg of baaee aad a Lord of lords,
w bo wal aat aaaaaat mj an, aor take iate cos
NJgilaa HW jaaakaaM of any ; far it is lie nbo
rnrnt the aiah aad low. aad the highest are
Tbe Bat VaoVar oVaa procetdi to relate bow
ni wh ht hu taMi 1 at tbe deeakfal ofiers of
uwj. MsomiapiE lata aaam of eoodaet parsaed
! FW TIT. tt NM to Xapoleoa I. He
ranhcr foas aa to ttato that facts; jrave aa iauie
..tato fa to at those tnleadid ofcrs : "Isoor
i ila araa aba Kiosks leMor we bavo exprese
w ar afeaaafaaal af his sajaK deataade, ia saeh
a way , feaooaar, aU he oaaM porceire that aRter
with paternal love in oar '
i briar teelfto dfeaass frost
i those tarns who fellow the example
i the label Already, before tfak let
ter had beta aVBauod to the King, towns betoag
as; to aor INatatoal State, ta the, left aoiet
aad aaaaaobod, won oooaptad by his anay alter
. eas aklaij oaor the toldiors ooasbosijar the
Sooa after '
das the 90th of Seoteni- I
Mv- ji dtr teat of the
eratiw ef the Catholic reli-
fer all aatieac attacked--by ;
. a breach hariar been aaVct- '
. aad the-cfty harisg been aiara-ed 1
i of boaahs, we were oUij-jd.to !
savaaty oa bar, taken as she was by' force of i
af bam wdka. botafitUe while
I hfe ' filial sfiectioci .
I s e-ijw aj iidi rm to the Catholic relirioii.' " ,
Alter oVtaWee ilateoasnt, the writer enters '
.ato a farther aWcripUoa ofthehos-ribse state of.
JUo-e ewer ahaoa the ioranoo was asade, painting '
id iid resara. aad llfiieinty paintine; oat tbe
- :.-jOactia af aaawMral boobs aad Mwspapers in- :
the laeasi p-ieaisit u s-adthL'rioieoce cosnmiUed
atopesty. He bttterty ooojpbuos
af that1 anil, aihii,- tbe plebitcilt of the 5d
of iaejaamv ami iaraisrbs asjaiaat those who did
sha-Mt; taH uanyi Is sc4etaa auscioo the
aras at thai inmah jaai aot thtoaghaat tbe peo-
i ho oaae aaaia term sHr rapeatsis
aaaiart. the spoiktioos which
haao aeern ejuaaaatl i il do-riag latter years, declares
aaseaf to h a-adar dasasf. aad bis detanainatioo
tieearto aaaeaat to nay transaction ioipsyioga
i-ahaajnaaaat af any part of territory bclospoj
tosh CT-auh hcfsaelSft, or dnaioeUoc of bis
are those of alodaodof the Holy
'ISeo. Marnair. he aWsWet that - be will never
at any or oaaadf th any rnia-aitiia: deaiaads
w-baeh awf in fotara be asade to bisa," and once
Bare oahaatr aa asaad the el ample aad words of
Pie TIIL. he assaPy pssoeeds to ps-oeoee tbe
rnaaaaaaooaas assnor ia the ioftowiag terais :
- MK. aaWaaiuoaf, xeoaatU, aad proteU
Wvebaaa of a avail, we desdere to yon. Tefeera-
bte hi alb aader 4Mae aotbority of Alaugbty
Gad. of the My Apostles Peter aad I'aal, aad
aaabaraar si aad tbsoecb yoexiaeaas, ckctare
totho itiilt Cbarch that all those who bate been
in aoeenpH;biag the nrasMNi or ;
i of aay pan rinses whatsever appertain- '
jmf o aar Same aad jku Holy City, whatever
anay aw ana luMaimy Mi taii they be Invest- I
ed, ea he aid at be of a kind ta which especial '
miatiaa i' dn . aaareorer. those wbo have been
paiby of aaf of those thjafs. asd those ender
abey have acted, sad any persons '
tarrta; aiait. ahettod, advssed, or otherwise en-
! i J ar waAvaarbarewrsdsallveoatrilHitMl i
- r k i rral , ; . i t I
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r in ocean v c tneo man uioi.
mad oraaaaal a
BOKSoas bare tncatred tbe excomuuutiaj . nc norcKiice have had, this week, a'oblher nov
, at wal is Ibe other ecciesihsti&cl ceo- j city added IS the variety to which they have lately
iscrojiiiYmiiHIrt tiresjaieed br tbe boly daoss ,
&at Aaastahc oOfistatatioas and decrees of the
Jen! Cenaci, espeaaBy of tbe TridsaUue ,
ad that they bare incurred them ac-
imda to tbe tenor asd forms expressed io our
tosa8c letter of lbe2SUif '
Muil. 1 t The deeasest wicds up with a j
r to God for the conversion of tbe sinners.
ci that Ibe vroes asd ss Serines of Holy Mother
fjliaul say be pat n stop to.
X JaK Jftxzs Hjxsnr. The Criminal Court
. ntja i.l tt nrnr mlH '? M Tbe Judge,
aowwvee, JaBed to appear at that boar, and about i
acteck.be catered the Court room, and, on fakirs
ais aeat, tald: Vr Clot, cuter a fine of t!00
.aSaeipoige, Jtrfgeoi thUurt, forbe- ,
egj ajwafo-a- g xac fiOC. U7 Tfr hatue vuu t aMjuisi aj-
Tlat e n roterrf fcj Use aerk. While
l&ere ujlila to he taTavriMt-y sofcivcBriral In the pre-
- -i ''"i-.- Vs, . t " irr..ALi.
aiete56exoi a.w smc wur due fortn," aud inclosed and sealed, to be sent to tie
yaacj, there bh 1 BtUve country of the deceased. The FlorenUnca
tcr irroirrd, which U the core cendhlc witi coM Md horror
tbe mere T rcficct upon iL-CilrXm JiMin. , enriositrhxd once mere found
crstera paper cl! a colored oiitniariia cr lis (
rdge"st!C of tie dark a-r"
It U a pleasant cnatora inRcssTan marriages for the
brMee' fatber.to.put Into the bridegroom's hand the
whip, as emblematic ofthetrantterof authority. If
this charming, practice sbonld be introdnccd Into
tome' ether conrJjirs, the condition before lops
wooM probably hare to be reversed and the symbol
leal sconrage pass front the hand of the bridegroom's
mother to the bride. At leat so we lnler from cer
tain recent and ratbcjjtriklng occurrences.
.TVehaie already recorded an instance of practical
eaforSfnent ofwomen's right by an enerRtlicIruh
I lady, who, under the inspiration of ram and milk,
was in the habitbf beating ber spouse, and then
completlngjtbe ignominy by dttlngonbUbcad Ap
parentlrlbeaplrlt or revolt has spread to our "own
shore?, and'American women, tired of vain appeals,
seemo'be ulllhig to resort to the came decisive
measures for tbelr emancipation. The Irish cue
baa been almost literally repealed at no crcaicr dli
tane lrem os than Norwich, Conn. A physician of
that town. Dr. Sweet, whose right to that name
rnecessien of fonr f pontes onrht to establish, asks a
aTorce from thetast wile on the aecmlrigty suEcIent
ground that 'she had threatened, kill him with
knives -and -poison," neglected his children, and
shocked all Ms astbctlc and medical sensibilities by
drinking gin and molasses. Tbe significant feature
of tbe two cases -i the similarity of the inspiration
and of the consequences thereby induced. The
boMness of invention displayed nnder the influence
J of these nnasnal beveragea is hanily less appalling
i than the ferocity tbey seem to have fostered. From
wemea capaste oi ensuoc ciu ana mousses, wnat
have we cot to fear !
It is not without apprehension, then, thtt we await
farther devdopmesta of this enriaos mania. Are
ocrwives herealter to be transferred into fnriocs
Jlxnades , fanning a mnek in the train ofarum-and-milky
Bacchus, and dealing Indiscriminate destrnc
tion to the bated sex ? Or.eball we see them renew-
! T " w.cwea oangmer. o. ..ns
, raavbig simnltaneonsly, with knives aod poison and
bowls of gin and molasses, to tbe massacre of their
BOhappy hasbands? Certainly if this new feminine
! caprice spreads much farther, it will work a spced-
ier and failer eaaodpstion of womankind than its
stocteclchampioss ever dreamed of, they will cn-
jay im peneetireeaom oi a umvereai single blest ed
uess. X. T. Ttme.
A EHir-lUsTrn'a Onsiox. The faliawicg remarks
are extracts fratn a letter recently written by Captain
Leauard Ilartwcal, ef Xew Bedford, Mass. : "Hav
ing speet the put f.sr years on a whaling voyage in
the Paetfie asd Arctic Oceans, I have ni hesitation in
sUtieg that the territory of Alaska was, in my opin
mc, a gaed bargain far tbe United States. The cli
mate is net tae sarere for Aaverieans, and not so trr
iag to tbe aoaMitation as tropical countries. The soil
is adapted ta graxing,aixl the common vegetaHcsare
raised in abandaaee, making it a good reornitiog
ground for shies. The seal fisheries on the coast and
j iaUBdj.are very exteseive aad valuable, Et. Fanl asd
St. George ofpeoiaUy. San Fraecieeo gets her Sth
' eod-fisb.-fatoiee, ete., there. I know that the last
j season there wore some twenty-eight Tessels engaged
ia trading betaeea an Franeisea and Aluka in fars,
j saeh as the P. o Mian table, fox, aiek, otter, etc. Tbe
i timber ef the territory Is sometbiag like the Oregon
! Pine. The cranberry fields of Kodtae Island, near
i the peninsula, are Jmmesse, and far surpass in size
, aad are eaaal w avor to those of Cape Cod or Xcw
I Jersey. Gold miees have rceeatly beoo diseovered in
I Alaska, and California miners have gone there in een
. aiderable sneabers. The new Oregon railroad, or
North I'aetee BaOreed, win start the tide of travel,
, iaasaigratuim and adventare to Alaska, for Portland
' Is Bet far from baK way between San Francisco to
i Sitka. I hare sen herds of the actst cattle on Eo-
Island, which is some 600 miles northeast of
s ge, in the discovery of which Sir John Franklin
loot his life, is established bejoad a dosbt by the
fading of bsrpooss in the bodies of whales eaptand
on the west side of America, which must have been
straek aad the animals weasded on the cast coast.
These harpoons, as yon may be aware, are all marked
with the name ef the whaHng vessel to which they
bcleag, and I well reeolloct seeing one from a whale
tal-m near Point Barrow by the Cornelia- Harlrir,
re the nseripUao of Ansel Gibbs, the name
of a vessel which etreek and lost the whale in Com
beriend Jalet. This' Xartfcwest Passage is not and
can sever he ef any use or advantage to commerce.
I state those, tacts bocaase I have fuand, in the minds
ef myeoaotryaea, false impressions as to the value
of Alaska as an investment. Very erode ideas feo
piehave of disleBt ooantries aad latitudes. Even
north of Portland, Oregon, as I was told by a eom
paaioB from San Francisco the other day, no snow
batf been seen there for over three years, a fact which
it is hard to rceoseilo aith the prevalent notions of
tbe cealities ef the efimate in what we sssally call
the freeu aerth. I have-aeon in the samiacr season
at the extreme northern coatt of Alaska, borderisgon
she Arctic Oeoan, herds of reindeer, thousands in
samVer, grasiag on the plains." . V BulUtff.
.IIpwGlLirECAIE THE GREATEST OCCL1ST IX
I the World. Xotwhbstandiog all the experience
j of celebrated ocollsts with wbota he studied, there
was still creel room for investigation. Grate de
I sired to experimeet for himself to see aud to iaves
, tigatc. aod to draw bis on a conclusions. He ar-
-ssbtea lor himself a slognUr cttoic, ench as the
I world bad sever yet seen a clinic of rabbits. In
these aofortuintcTictlmsforBOmanity, chosen from
among the smaller animals, tbe most varied diseases
of the eye were produced ia an artificial way; and
this with tbe greatest attention, scrupulousness,
aad perserTerai-ce obscrred from beginning to cod.
This will be seen to have no small labor, when wc
arc teld that this strange cUulc often comprised a
handred such patients. To distinguish the rabbits
IroHi each other, tbin metaiie tablets with numbers
on tbesa were fastened oc their ears, and. an exact
sUtemeot of tbe phenomena connected with each
number was entered In a book. Many of these pa
tients were not permitted to survfveto the end of
their disease. Tbey were killed, and the diseased
organ la the different stages ol disorder was dissect
ed aad exa mined. -Poor rabbits! Tbey suffered
much and merely went down to death, but they sa
crificed themselves for humanity; tbey have their
share la tbegreat Graft. Scarcely had be returned
to Berlin when he accomplished a cure which at
that time was thought to be almost miraculous, but
which now, thanks to his Instruction, can be done
bv cverv weil-educatad oculist. So wonderful was
ul professional skill that bis fame spread with the
rapidity of lightning, and sufferers from all parts of
the world came to him; not only these, but eta
dents and old physicians, who made themselves
scholars again. Why should tbey cot T Grafe was
not only the most skillful operator and oculist, but
f,tbloOKi boUons of ocnlHt's. and substituted new
Ceeicxtios or as East Isdiax Prisce at Floe-
n. A 1t fMn, Tf.lr- Am1A nMnKf lt1i
bees treated. A young East Indian Prince, un bis
ral. ivJ at one of the hotels here, aod according
10 Ac custom of hU eonnbr.ltwu emarjtoso
good many bundrol'ycars since the Etruscan and
Roman ancestors of present Italians, gave up the
habit ofreducingthe body to ashes after death, and
so it was at first difficult to gel the authorities to
cocscnt to a function So out of date. But by the In
tervention oi the British Minister, a co-patriot of the
deceased, liberty was obtained and between one and
two o'clock on the morning of tbe raw and windy'
1st of December, about five hundred persons ofboth
sexes met in a remote part of the public promenade
of the Cascine, to be witnesses of the strange spec
tacle. The bodylwes wrapped in robes of princely
dignity worn In Hfe With the pearls and other or
naments so much loved in the semi-barbaric East
tllecfilBti op0D bornloe
pbor and other gums, goicg through a Ttuiety of
rites preserred ia the system cif Buddha forrJmilar
dismal occasioni. The asbes were? gathered p In
toraething to feed upon ; and thenewspaper writers
hare exbasstcd themselves upon their new theme
BiRiay, Feh.1. A dispatch from Versailles says
that tbearmfctlce bas bccn'exlendcd-o. all the De
partments, and railltirr perallons onthepartbfGen
erals Manteuflel; Wcrder, Bourbakl and Ganbafdi
Versahxis. Feb. 2.-The Emp;ror Wllliara en
tered Fort Valcrien yesterday. He was accompanied
by Count Bismarck and Generals Von Moltke, Von
Rak, and a number ofother offlccrs belonging tothe
Imperial staff. The fort had been previously occu
pied by German troops. His Majesty rode around
and Inspected the various batteries and fortiScations,
which had been rendered available for tbe defense
of tbe fort during Its previous occupation ty the
French. His Majesty, Count Bismnrck and Von Molt
ke waa several times engaged In conversation "with
reference to tbe character of the defenses.
London-, Feb. 2. Advices bare been received here
containing Information from Paris. The Taris Gov
ernment his officially announced that the election
for members of the National Assembly will take place
In that city on Sunday, tbe 5th.
The Tma,-ln an editorial this morning, strongly
condemns the conditions which Germany seeks to im
pose upon France as ths price of peace, andsays that
the snm demanded as Indemnity for the expense in
curred by tbe war is excessive, and a demand which
It Is impossible that France In its present condition
The Tiows tlso considers the proposed retention of
Metx a highly unreasonable act on the part of Ger
many, and one that should never have been Included
In tbe conditions stipulated. It says: "Nothing
could be more unfair and unjust to France than
such demands. No French ruler could sleep se
curely In France if tbe Germans occupy Metxv
The TXmu to-day also publishes a lengthy article
on tbe recent action ot the American House of Rep
resentatives In passing a resolution of welcome, to
the released Fenian prisoners. It says: "The action
of Congress in tendering a welcome to O'Danovan
Rossa, whose object was to overthrow tbe Qncen
and dismember the United Kingdom, Is unprece
dented in the annals of international comity, and If
seriously intended would be regarded as an expres
sion of hostility ; but it is only a slmblc exhibition
of bad manners. During tbe late civil war In Amer
ica no English body expressed sympathy with the
Confederates. England Is expected to treat Amer
icans as If they were composed solely of nerves,
while Americans seem to think England has no sus
ceptibilities." London-, February 2. A telegram has just been
received in this city from Bordeaux. A meeting of
the municipal authorities of tbe city was convened
this morning, at which resolutions in favor of acon
tiouancc of the war were offered and immediately
adopted by tbe unanimous voice of tbe Assembly.
In accordance with these resolutions measures will
be immediately taken to raise additional war funds,
and for this purpose levies will be made upon tbe
various municipalities throughout tbe Provinces.
A number of fresh troops are being added to the
Army of tbe Republic at Bordeaux, and tbe general
feeling In tbe city is warlike and hopeful.
London-, February 2. A dispatch from Berne
states that tbe army of Bourbakl, 80,000 6troug, Is
now on Swiss territory. Orders have been is
sued by the Swiss Federal Government, Instructing
tbe various Cantons to disarm and detain such
troops as may enter within the boundaries of their
VlSXIE llEASl'S STATUE Or LlNCOLS. WASHING
TON", Jax ". Vinnie Ream's statue of Lincoln was
temporarily unveiled, this morning. In the rounds
of the Capitol, for Inspection by the Secretary of the
Interior, prior to the formal acceptance of tbe work
by Congress. About one hundred persons ncre
present, by invitation, Including nearly the entire
Illinois Congressional delegation, and others parti
cularly intimate with Mr. Lincoln, and nbo were
more or less associated with him, bclore and after
bis elevation to tbe Presidency. The audience was
a very critical one, and disposed. If anything, to
jadge the work unfavorably. The time occupied in
the inspection was about one hour, and all present
expressed the highest satisfaction at the artistic
manner in which the work bad been performed.
Senator Trumbull considered tbe statue very life
like, and as preserving. In tbe most creditable man
ner, the peculiar physical characteristics of Mr. Lin
coln. Judge Davis, of tbe Supreme Coutt, consi
dered tbe expression of the face of tbe statue the
best and nearest to the original of any that Lad yet
been produced, whether on canvas or in plaster. Tbe
opinions of Representatives Banks, Poland, Farns
wortb, Man-ball, aud others, were all to tbe same
ctfrct. So far as preliminary inspection is concern-j
cd, it msy be said to be all that the artist could de
sire, and the action of Congress will undoubtedly j
be in the highest degree favorable. The statue is j
scmlcolossal : tbe figure represents Mr. Lincoln i
erect, tbe rigbt band, vtbicb Istlisbtlj j
.Tt.nilMl .l.crta a m.ne An trtince fnlilc ran Ha 1
read tbe words refcrin; to tbe abolition of slavery;
the bead is ellgbtly cast forward, and, tbe eves turn
ed toward tbe paper, giving tbe appearance of deep
thought. The expression of tbe face Is startllnglj
natural, the skilful blending ol humor and serious
ness amounting almost to melancholy, which was so
customary with tbe original, is very happy, and was
particularly commented upon bj all present as be
ing one of tbe chief recommendations of the work.
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Sew Tork 0 Soro Moodo (Portuguese, illustrated) 8 00
Harper's Illustrated Weekly.... ,.. & 00
LeaUe's " Weekly............ 500
" " Zeitung (German) ..503
" " Chimney Corner 5 00
Budget of Fun 5 00
Appleton's Illustrated Journal (monthly parts) 0 00
Boston Every Saturday (monthly parts) 6 00
lleartn and Home (rw the tamily and farm)....
London Illustrated Seat... .. ............ .....
' Weekly rnnch...
Sews of tbe World, IS numbers, 5 cents each...-
Steamer Bulletin, '
Tbe American Agrlcnlturttt (monthly)... ,
Leslie's Budget ef Fnn (monthly)
Tbe Country Gentleman (weekly) .. 7;
KoralSew lorlcr (weekly) 400
Army and Savy Journal 8 00
Our Tonne Folks (monthly) 3 00
The Tooth's Companion (weekly) 260
DeaMreet'a Tooag America(msnthly).... ... ........ 300
The Chicago Little Corporal (weekly) 2 50
Tbe Boston Sursery (monthly) 2 60
Merry's Museum, Boston (monthly) 250
Children's Ilonrfoiootuly) 2 50
San Francisco Weekly Bulletin 8 00
" Atta ; 6 00
tacramento Neetly union ..- ft no
San Francisco Commercial eraid.... .......... 10 00
" Weekly Pacific 5 00
ews Letter. 800
Overland Monthly .... 500
lially Alia uanrornu .. .. ..20 00
Daily Bulletin 1600
Sew York Independent (Congregational organ) ....
Christian Union (II. W. Beecher't paper) , .. .4 00
Chicago Advance (Congregational) 4 00
Boatoo Coogregatiooalut... ..... ............ 4 00
Se-7 York ObserTer(rresbyterlan) 4 00
" Erangelist. " 4 00
" Tablet (Catholic) 5 00
Boston Klet (Catholic) , t oo
London Illustrated Sewt n 00
" l'all lau Uaielte 13 00
" Examioer ........ 1200
" Evening Slail (tri-weetty Timet) 30 00
" DeirsUfe 13 00
" Deptcb IS 09
Saturday Review .... 13 00
ajeyo a neeaiy nmea ....... 1000
" Weekly Timet looo
" Saturc.. ...... .. ................ ......t, ... 8 00
London Art Journal .... ....1400
" Society ilagaiine r. 7 00
Comb ill Magailne 7 00
BelgravlaMasaxine 7 00
Temple Bar Slagaxino.. ...... ........ 700
English Society 7 00
All tbe Tear ltouad. (Dickens' Mtgarine). 6 00
Blackwood's Monthly. , 5 00
Chaml-ere Journal ... 5o0
Gjod Words 4IO
London Quarterly... ...T,... .. .., .. . . 4 00
Westminster Quarterly ...................... ........ 400
Edinburgh Quarterly. . . 400
ortn Britten Quarterly 4 00
Litteira Living Age (weekly)
Boston Waverly Magarine... ...
Hunt's Merchant't Mtgarine
. . . .
j Scribner'i Monthly
lsne i Jlaganoe. .. .
Godey'a Lady's Book
Demercft'e Monthly................... ........
The Galaxy. . ,
Arthur's Lady's Maraxino
I Our Tonng Tolkt
Sabbath at Home (Tract Society's Monthly)
j Australian Papers.
The Auitralaslan (weekly) 10 00
Tbe Town and Country Journal 1000
I Melbourne niustratrated Sews 15 00
I The Weekly Sydney lierald 6 00
Devoted Exclusively to Music.
I Ilitchcock't Magaiint...: 4 00
I Peter's Musical Monthly 4 00
! 3 Any Periodicals, not In this list, wDl be ordered at
any lime, ana supplied at cost ana cnarget.
Address II. 31. IVIIIT.VEV.
Honolulu, 1571. 513 roc
JT. DICKSOX has fitted tin
the UaJlery on Fort fctrcet, eait
aide, between King and Hotel Stt..
and ia now prepared to take Pic
tures or any aeiirea itvle or lire.
par- mana v lewa ror fcale. 43-Gme
PIPES! PIPES! pTpES!
3EI. I. 1NTOLTE,
HAS nECEITF.l DIRECT FROM YIEXXA,
THE FINEST ASSORTMEXT OF
GENUINE MEEESHAUM PIPES !
Ever Offered io thii Market.
For Sale at Seasonable Prices !
3 1 1m
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHEE,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY OX IIAXD and for Sale,
trorn the welt-known
tVAIUBA TASSSH.V, C. SOThET, Prir
7-lj-tc X. 8. CI.EflUOM,ttenU
For Sale ia Quaa title to Bait,
WHALE AND SPERM OIL
. . -Wjr II. HACKFELD A. CO.
Golden Gate Mills Flour,
THE Bcst .Qrtality, received direct From
the Mills liy every Pacact, wbieh enables" at ,to
waxrant it fresll and ia rtrfact order. For us by
2 BOLLES A CO.
.. IfERCHAlST)ISE, &0.
Ex "A. J. POPE,"
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED
From the celebrated manafactnrar, A. B0XD, Pari:
Shall Wo Say More? Yesl
TV will aar thev were ordered by A. IT. HAVELL,
who wai will qnalified to jodge of their rnperior
qnalitiet, he being a flrst-clast musician, and having
! ... . i r t ! l . . K .
dealt in inoso l lanos lur ecrtw jeais ui rtu.,iii
These Pianoj are in beautiful Italian walnut cues.
and are In splendid condition, having been packed in
line Until ca:es.
SOTO SUPERIOR 7XAXTOS.
In Rosewood Ca'cs. from the well-known boose of
nALLETT A CtJMPSOX. Boston. Also, direct from
London per "A. J. Pope," a fine assortment of
Harmoniums, Violins, Organ Concertinas
Guitars, Ttoltn ana Uuitar strings,
JHano Strings and Tilt, Jfusical
JJoxes, asssorted : Organ
Accordeons with stands,
Regulation Drums and Toy Drums.
Alto a lavge assortment of
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
All of which will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH at my
AVare Rooms on tort btreet. Particulars m adver
tisement next week.
49 3me C. E. TYILLIAMS,
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
And For Solo "toy
HENRY I. NOLTE
Cor. Queen & Nuunnu treets,
Direct from the Manufacturers
Tlio Finest ilaa ortmont
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES
Crer Imported Into tlila Market
HE OFFERS AT UEASOXAULE KATES.
Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE
J. W. WIDDIFIELD
IVouId Call the Attention of
PLASTERS, MERCHANTS k 3IEC1IAXICS
TO THIS LAROE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HARDWARE
For the Wants of the Island Trade
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FKTD IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO GTVB ME A CALL!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
ASJIAA'Y TllIXGS WILL BE SOT.D
JKTot Only at Cost,
BUT IX UAXr INSTANCES,
CREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MAKE ROOM
FOR A LARGE &, VARIED ASSORTMENT
agricultural and Other Implements,
Coniliipr from the Exist.
The Usual Discount Mailt to the Trade!
XT- Orders from tbe other Iilandi resncctfnUr
aoneiteu, promptly attended to and filled witb care.
t3ST No Connection with the Firm acrois the War.
THOS. C. THRUM'S
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISER having pnrcharcd the interest
of Meisrt. BLACK A AULD in the Stationery, News
and Periodical Business, frill continue tbe same and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Saeh as Foolscap. Lecal-cap, Letter,
Note and Billet, and Harpers' Envelope,
Acconnt-cnrrent and Bill Paper,
Cloth-lined, Vellum, White, Bine,
Ban and Canary Envelopes,
tllaelc, copying and IV ruing. lolet, nine.
Carmine and &ympatneti: Inks, l'tnj and
Holders, Inkstands A Pencils in variety.
lues cap and letter site, letter vlips.
i'apcr rasteners, Itabber, trascrs, linlers.
Fennels, Red Tape, Hulls r Bands,
Sealing Wax, Notarial Seals, Ac
Jllnnlc IIooIfK, I-ftI"i!rH, Journals.
Day, Cash. Record and Memorandum Books,
ccrap, Log, Iteceipt aod Note Books,
Penn's Letter Books, with Ink
Press Copvinc Books,
Drawing raper. Dialling faper and Hoard,
Bristol Boards, natc: Colors, Dominoes,
Chess and Baeksasamon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper, Ac.
To tbe above, with a large Supply of
AMERICAN & ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY RAIL
will shortly be ezpeeted, a full asd complete an't o
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tlio C3ircraXtxtxxs Xjitoriacr-y-
ZSf Will contain Stands rd Works of Fietion, and
New Books will be added by every Steamer.
J. I. bmitb's, Dickens', Balwers, 1) Israeli's,
Eugene Sac's, Wilkie Collins'. Marryatt's,
Miss Brxddon's, Mrs. Henry Wood's,
Mrs. Ellen Wood's, Miss Molbaeh's, Thackaray's,
Mrs. Grey's Victor Hago's, T. S. Arthur-,
Pierce Eagan's, and others are now on hand.
JESS- BY THE NEXT STEAMER win be added
Anthony Trollope'a, Amelia B. Edwards',
Annie Thomas', Mrs. Oiiphant's, Geo. Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Chas. Lever's, MissMaTloek'a
Char. Read's, and' Mrs. Snnlhworth's, together
with all the Latest Nereis.
Engraving, CaligTaphy, Stencil Catting & Copying.
will till be attended to.
Thankful for vast fsTors, tbe advertiser hopes, by
strict attention to bssiness and tbe wants of bis nat
rons, to soeet with ccBtionaace of tbe tame.
33- AH orders from . ifce , CoMtrr an dTte , o the -
Islands, promptly attended to at the loweet ra-lac. .
TT lf- n . ,.iL-ie. -,r-ji . ' .
w - i . m...j
THEOD. G. HEUCK
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLIE
SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE
EXPKESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
ENCLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
DRY GOODS !
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods
Clothinc and llosierr. . .
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
Iulnts ami Oils,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER
qU a pts Deetjen A Schrooder's Star brand.
Best French Clarets anil Brandy,
Itliinc Wine, Genuine Holland Gin
in eases and in bulk.
Sparkling lloclf. In qnarls and pints,
Port IVInc, lion"'!, Malt Extract
Ladies1 and Gents' Boots & Shoes.
of the best make and manufacture.
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of the newest pattern, and unsurpassed in bril
liancy of tone.
Three Large Burglar and'Fire-proof Iron Safes,
A Variety of Other Articles,'
Too Numerous to Mention,
Suitable' for Town and Country Trade
j2 For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
JJcaiUKIlAY'S Fresh Oysters,
Vo. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddy,
Manila Rope 1, 2, 2 and 3 inches,
Havana., Cigars tbe best in the market,
Swiss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boies Salad Oil ; Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco
New Styles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
Gent? FufnliHing Goods, American, Ac, Ae,
For Male Cheap,
at tbe Store of
Honolulu, Sept. Hth, 1870. 35-tf
FAIili TRADE 1870
Best A I Hawaiian
I MESS BEEF.
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
ZST The above Beef is sacked bv an rnrl.nrl
Butcher, cured In Livernool Salt: an.l n,v.'ir,
Turi's Island Bait Tbe best references ean be
given. For sale In quantities to suit by
THEOD. C. DETJCK,
Honolulu, Sept. Ilth, lB70-J5-6m
C. W. CREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Work,
At LeUo, Haaaiiciarers asd Ssolera
In all kinds of Soan. Beef. Mnilnn. j n.i
.TaUawWanted- . " ' V
V9tef3t 'JoK awFtwjsere.orilers will be reeeTved
am prvaupuy awtesoesl to.-avr"!;.. - 39
ME liCH AyDISE, &C.
CASTJLE fc COOKE,
Consisting In Tart of
Finest ite all Wool Flannel.
FinestWhite allWoOl A AngolaWhiteFIannels,
flood Grey amhWhite all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting-,
Tbompson'a Glove-Fitting Corseu, t
Amoskesg Denims, Jeans, Drills and
Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
A Sup'r ass'to'f. StaUoneiy,
r"; - .Water Lined Kote-Paper, r- .
White Riileil Note Paper. . j, .
White Ruled Laid Lear, Letter and EfflTaper.
White, Caff and Amber and Letter and'Note
Payson's Indelible.and Carter's Copying Ink,
Artists' A Book-keepers'.Flexible jlulers,
Smith A Wesson's ristolai Cartridges?
Hair Girths, Stlinips A Leathers)
Sanbh Trees. Cwnpers and Bridles,
Oak Belting, Street Brooms, -
t Wood Faucets, Limp Black,
Itnlinn PacitlBK Xaco leather.
Paints, Oils, &ct
White Zinc A Lead, in 1,2 a 15 & container
Paris and Chrome Green, e
Chrome Yellow, Umber, Sienncf,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladders orTnttyr
Carriage and Coach Yaniisli,
Bright, Copal and Furnltnr Varnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil. Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills,
Axe, Pick, Sledge, Ads, Hoe, Oo,
Hammer A Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles. Enameled Trunks,
Croxcrs, Howels, and Champering Knives,
Fore, Smooth, Jack A Jointers,
Cut Nails, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10. IS, 20, 30, 40, SO and
60d, Boat Nails, 1, U, 1 a J InchV
Pressed Nails. 2 a 2 inch.
Cooper's Rivets, 4, 7 X S lbs.
Copper Rivets 1 Burs, , j,
J a inch. Gimp Taeks, '
Iron a Copper Tacks of allTtlres.
Best Rubber Hose, 1. , 1,1 U Z.lnct. .
Centrifugal, Varnish. Paint. While-Wuti
. and Scrub Brushes, Cav'd Tin ,lUs,
, 1, 2, 3, 4, G, ?, 10 a 12 quarts, r
Covered Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Jcnning'tbita, soldering irons. T hinges, steels,
Hammers. Gauges. Squares, Chisels,
Augers, Sieves, Lime Sqnecxers,
Yard, Sticks, Bung Starters, Axes,
Sbovols, Spades, Oos, Lanterns.
Eagle Horse, A and O Plows' and
Points, Faria Plows, extra heavy and strong.
Protoxide of Iron, Pain Killer,
Poland's White Pine Compound, "
Tails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Ete.
Downer'n Kerosene OH,
From the Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
4LL TO BE SOLO LOtV.
Pro Bono Publico!"
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Havo on JELzxxxL
AND IN TRANSIT,
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
Xlie I.:irct mill
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
ox the iiAiVAiiAX cnocr,
Consisting in Fart of, vix the Celebrated
Scotch Tweed Suits !
Cashmere, Cloth Jc Drill Garmtnia,
in all varieties.
Complete Black Dress and Walking Suits,
Ttn.' Wl.ll. T in., ft.
aand Cloth Suits
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF ,
Cents' Furnishing- Goods,
Saratoga and Gents Leather Trunks,
JOnN M. DAVIES A CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Davies A Jones, in all grades.
OvcrhIrtn! Ovcrslilrtxl OvcrIilrtf
in Grey Flannel, Diagonal,
rnntel and Crimean.
ALL OF THESE QOO'DS
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PEICES!
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Hosiery! Hosiery! Hosiery!
For Gents', Ladies and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENGLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DEY GOODS
Yankee JVotioii-s !
Boots and Shoes,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS.
At the vcfy -loircst pooklblc I'rlcc
By the original package.
AN ASSORT MTMENI OF
French Caiters & Pumps,
Of Ike Latest Styles, warranted genuine, of tin
very best material. Asia eonttanttr nn finj
The -very best Importations of Manila Cigar I
For Sale by
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO..
U-tf Mak' nt-t
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores!
TUE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OX
Iland. kept by any House on thvte Islands, aad
for taTs at ( I. . T :l T- ti .
- " v . . iwmiuib a tices. uj
BOLLES A CO.
Hemp Cordaee I
i r5vS?I,V ?ESTc' QUALITY, rus-
rt H I A N tfinnfi,lnr. cr t . . - ,
- ",srus tj io oj inenes,
in bond or duty paid. For sale by
t BOLLES A CO.
ALL SIZES, from 1-2 to 5 inch, ia bond
A.UI laUB OT
BOLLES A CO.
WORSL1SE, Maria,, Seizias;, Kallit.,
ete.,et. A foil assortment for sale by
OHJl,I.S A. CO.
Ia Bond or Dal-PaMI '
GENERAL ASSORTMENT ofNam
bers. For sal by .
- BOLLES i CO,