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Jeffrey's Edinburgh Ale and Stout, qts and pts.
Assorted Clarets, very fine to common,
Liebfrauenmilch A Laubenheimer Rhine Wines.
Small assortment of Hungarian Wises,
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German and Havasa Cigars.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar,
Empty Petroleum Barrels for Tallow Containers,
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AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
The Brooklyn 1 . rial.
The following is the close of a review
filling four pages of the supplement to
Harper's Weekly for June 5. which con
tains the best review of this remarkable
trial that has yet appeared in print :
" Two aspects of the case which we have
passed over in silence have occupied a
great proportion of the time of the judge,
jury, and the opposing counsel. These
are Mr. Beecher's alleged confessions, ver
bal and written. We have passed them
by because the historian must necessarily
dismiss them in few words. Messrs.
Moulton and Tilton swear to repeated con
fessions of adultery made by Mr. Beecher
in language so grossly vulgar that we
shall not repeat it here. Mr. Beecher ex
plicitly and indignantly denies the lan
guage attributed to him. Charity can
not impute this conflict of testimony to
misapprehension, nor all of it to even an
intentional misconstruction. Either Mr.
Beecher is a liar and a perjurer, or Messrs.
Moulton and Tilton are. That the lat
ter were liars they now frankly confess ;
for that they both again and again assert
ed Mr. Beecher's innocence of the crime
now charged againt him is testified to by
many witnesses, and acknowledged, as in
deed it could not be denied, by them
selves. That the former has ever varied
from the truth there is no evidence but
theirs except the evidence of Mrs. Moul
ton. She swears to a confession by Mr Beech
er not less shamelessly explicit. She fixes
the date of this interview by a letter;
and it has been proved by the testimony
of several independent and disinterested
witnesses that Mr. Beecher was not and
could not have been with her at the time
tctici she has specified, and he denies that
the confession thus imputed to him was
ever uttered to her at any time. Denied
no less vigorously than the other confes
sions, with them it must stand or fall.
The letters of Mr. Beecher abound in
expressions some of them eloquent in their
pathos of remorse. The authorship of
these letters, except that penned by Mr.
Moulton on January I, 1871, is not in dis
pute. Their analysis would transcend our
limits. It must suffice to say that Mr.
Beecher in a protracted examination went
over them one by one, and essayed to ex
plain every word and phrase which they
contained. The reader who, from the his
tory of the case, believes Mr. Beecher
guilty of the crime attributed to him will,
of course, interpret these letters in the
light of that conclusion ; but he who thinks
his innocence consonant with the indispu
table facts of the case, will find no diffi
culty in comprehending his poignant re
morse, when made to believe that he had
unwittingly suffered a wife to transfer to
himself her affections, had unconsciously
broken up a household which he loved
and in which he had found almost a second
home, and had, by harboring suspicions
which he was subsequently induced to be
lieve unjust, aided to despoil and destroy
a young man of noble possibilities, whom
he regarded almost as an adopted son.
For the same reason that we have not at
tempted to analyze Mr. Beecher's corres
pondence we have not referred to that of
Mr. Tilton and Mr. Moulton. If the for
mer are more easily reconcilable with the
theory of Mr. Beecher's guilt, the latter
are not easily reconcilable with any other
theory than that of his innocence.
Thus far we have endeavored simply to
tell the story of the case without inter
jecting into the narrative our own per
sonal sympathies, prejudices, or judg
ment. Those sympathies are nevertheless
very 6trong, that judgment is very clear.
Under a careful analysis the evidence
against Mr. Beecher utterly fails. It
would not suffice against a man much less
strongly intrenched in public esteem than
he : against his pure life and noble charac
ter it breaks in vain, as the foam of the an
gry ocean against the cliff which it can
obscure but cannot destroy. The case is
one of conspiracy against a good and great,
though careless, man, but a conspiracy
which grew rather than was formed,
which was the natural product of the jeal
ousy of self-conceit rather than the delib
ate contrivance of greed. On the one side
is a man the greatness of whose heart and
the credulity of whose sympathies are at
once his genius and his weakness ; on the
other is a man whose insane jealousy is
the natural though deadly fruit of an in
sane self-conceit, imbittered by a spirit of
personal and fell revenge. He is aided
unconsciously by the idolatrous affection
and the too implicit obedience of a weak,
morbid, and suffering wife, and by the
shrewd devices of a " heathen " friend.
The key to the comprehension of this
whole case is Mr. Tilton's frank declara
tion, " I resolved to smite Mr. Beecher to
the heart." The arrow was well fashioned,
the bow well bent, but the destroyer has
failed of his purpose ; and when posterity,
wiser than we, reads the history of this
case, it will honor, not less than the noble
achievements of Henry Ward Beecher's
noble life, the no less noble failure of the
patience and magnanimity of his only too
chivalric and unhappily unsuccessful en
deavor to shield "all the other hearts
that would ache " from the publication of
the famous Brooklyn scandal."
e There was a bitter, let us hope an unconscious,
sarcasm in Mr. Moulton. statement to Mr. Beecher,
" I am a heathen ; bat I will try to too w you ho w wall
a heathen can serve 70a I"
A little girl on the train was asked what mo
tive wax taking her to the city. ' I believe the;
call it the locomotive," said the little innocent.
Lean a Trade.
I never look at my steel composing rule
that I do not bless myself that, while my
strength lasts, I am not at the mercy of
the world. If my pen is not wanted I
can go back to the type case and be sure
to find work, for I learned the printer's
trade thoroughly newspaper work, job
work, book work and press work. I am
glad I have a good trade. It is a rock
upon which the possessor can stand firm
ly. There is health and vigor for both
body and mind in an honest trade. It is
the strongest and surest part of the self
made man. Go from the academy to the
printing office or the artisan's bench, or,
if you please to the farm for to be sure,
true farming is a trade, and a grand one
at that. Lay thus a sure foundation, and
after that, branch off into whatever pro
fession you please.
Yon have heard, perhaps, of the clerk
who had faithfully served Stephen Girard
from boyhood to manhood. On the
twenty-first anniversary of his birthday he
went to his master and told him his time
was up, and he certainly expected import
ant promotion in the merchant's service.
But Stephen Girard said to him :
" Very well Now go and learn a
u What trade, sir."
" Good barrels and bntts must be in de
mand while you live. Go and learn the
cooper's trade, and when you have made
a perfect barrel, bring it to me,"
The young man went away and learned
the trade, and in time brought his old mas
ter a splendid barrel of his own make.
Girard examined it, and gave the maker
two thousand dollars for it, and then said
to him :
"Now, sir, I want yon in my counting
room, but henceforth you will not be de
pendent upon the whim of Stephen Gir
ard. Let what will come you have a good
trade always in reserve."
The young man saw the wisdom and un
derstood. Years ago, when the middle-aged men
of to-day were boys, Horace Greely wrote:
" It is a source of great consolation to
us that when the public shall be tired of
us as an editor, we can make a satisfac
tory livelihood at setting type or farming,
so that while our strength lasts ten thou
sand blockheads, taking offense at some
article they do not understand, could not
drive us into the poor house."
And so a man may become truly inde
pendent. Murder on the II Is It Seas.
London, May 3. Tho schooner Jeffer
son Borden, from New Orleans for this
port, has arrived off Porth Leven. The
Captain reports that the crew mutinied.
The first and second mates were killed,
two sailors wounded and put in irons, one
sailor wounded and chained to the pump,
and another dying. The vessel was
worked by three hands.
London, May 4. 1 a. m. The follow
ing additional particulars have been ob
tained of the mutiny on the Jefferson Bor
den : The schooner Jefferson Borden,
Patterson, Master, sailed from New Or
leans March 5 for London. When 1 8 days
from the former port a mutiny broke out.
Captain Patterson and his officers fought
the men with revolvers and knives. After
a terrible struggle, in which the first and
second mates were killed, the Captain suc
ceeded in disabling and seenring all the
men who resisted. He hailed passing ves
sels and obtained sufficient hands to work
the ship, and proceeded on his voyage to
London, May 4. Mutineers on board
the schooner Jefferson Borden, Capt. Pat
terson, New Orleans, La., March 5, for
London, took opportunity to carry out
their plot to seize the vessel when on
watch with the first mate and a boy. The
latter was gagged, and the men then
struck the first mate from behind, fractur
ing his skull. The second mate, coming
to his rescue, was thrown overboard alive.
The boy got free and alarmed Capt. Pat
terson, who, coming from the cabin with
two revolvers, fired upon the mutineers
with effect. One of them received seven
bullets, a second was wounded in the stora
ach, and the third may live until the ves
sel reaches London.
Newspapers as Educators.
A school teacher of our acquaintance
who has had the benefit of a long practice
of his profession, and has watched closely
the influence of a newspaper upon a fami
ly of children, gives a result of his obser
vations that, without exception, those
scholars of both sexes, who have access to
newspapers at home, when compared with
those who do not, are :
1. Better readers, excelling in pronunci
ation, and consequently read more understanding!)-.
2. They are better spellers, and define
words with ease and accuracy.
3. They obtain a partial knowledge of
geography in almost half the time it re
quires others, as the newspaper has made
them familiar with the locations of import
ant places and nations, their government
4. They are better grammarians, for,
having become familiar with every variety
of style in newspapers, from commonplace
advertisement to the finished and classical
oration of the statesman, they more readi
ly comprehend the meaning of the text, and
consequently analyze its construction with
accuracy. Golden Era.
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Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
CASTLE & COOKE'S!
HY EDDDS RfiW 6000,!
STEAMER CYPHRENES !
San Francisco. New York and.Eng.and,
Consisting in Part of
Fine and Medium Tickings,
Amoskeeg Bro. Drills, Amoskeag Blue Drills,
Fine ud Medium White Flannels,
One Case of those Superior O. B. Bleached Cottons.
Downer's Kerosene Oil
FROM BOSTON. ALSO,
Garden and Plantation Hoes, No. 1 and 2 ; Mattocks,
C. S. Spades, Shovels, Scoops and Raaes,
Handled Axes, Hatchets Shingling and Axe pattern
Rim Knob Locks, Chest and Padlocks, Ac.
Clothes Pins. Raw Hides, Sash Cords, Sand Paper,
Sash Cord. Syringes, Mucilage, Horse Cards,
Sledges, Champers, Horse Nails and Shoe Ink,
T Hinges 5 to 14 in.. Tinned Tacks 6 to 14 in.
W. W., Paint, Shoe, Scrub and Varnish Brushes,
Self Heat Irons, Mason's Blacking,
Corn Starch, Whiting, Metallic Paint,
Snow White Zioc, Eastern Brooms, Putty,
A large Assortment of Chimneys, Common, Clipper,
Sun, Perkins A Howes, Ac
Lanterns, Kerosene Wioks, Ac.
A few doien of the best Patent Glass Preserving Jars
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Oregon Dried Apples. Oregou Hams,
Fresh Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tins,
Also, on hand,
Paris, Eagle 2 and 20, and Clipper Plows,
Cultivators, Horse Hoes. Canal Barrows,
Cano Knives, Scythes and Suaiths, Ac
Cut Nails 3d to 80d, Cut Spikes 5 to 8 inch.
Files Round Square, Flat and 4-Round, 8 to IS in.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints & Oils
Ulasti SxIO, 10x13. 13x1", Ac,
A Large Asst. of other Goods,
WHICH WILL BE
Sold At Low XXivtofc
CASTLE A COOKE.
NEW GOODS !
Just Eeceiyed by
AFONG & ACHT7CK,
White & Colored Rattan Matting,
matting, Rattan Chairs,
Manila Rope, Peanut Oil,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea, Basket Tea,
China Hams, Nankin Cloth,
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorted Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivory Ware,
Sandal Wood Ware, Lacquered Ware,
China Ware, Canvas Shoes,
Straw Slippers, Clothes Baskets,
Flower Pots, Wrapping Paper,
Dried Ligee, Dried Dates,
Gold & Silver Jewelry,
Tortoise Shell & Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen & Ladies Paty Ilats,
China Brick & Side-walk Stones
SINGLE AND DOUBLE
811 GAR MAT BAGS
A Great Viiri.-t y o
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Too n nine roil to mentiooa.
FOB SALE BY
AFOXU A ACHtCK,
498 j Nuaenu -:.-:. near Kins;.
Good for Chicken Feed. Ac, a
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of the Best Quality
Cut up If required.
J IS. I. DOHSITT,
MJ Sm Corner Queen and Fort Htreeta-
IiOLLES Ac CO.,
No. 34 Queen Street,
HATE FOR SALE.
Hemp and Manila Cordage, all sises.
Patent and Plain Bush Blocks, all sizes.
Anchors and Chain Cables, assorted situ.
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvas,
Cotton and Hemp Bail Twine.
Whale and Sperm Oil
Paints and Paint Oil,
And a General Assortment of
Groceries and Ship Stores
All of which will be sold at the lowest possible
Something for the Girls!
Gold and Silver Perforated Card Board
Gold and Silver Paper,
White Perforated Card Board.
Tor Bale by
H. St. WRIT SET.
Hawaiian Mess Beef,
ntlTiED BT H. BENXEXAJf, AJTD
m. wasf.awma mwv
ess aoLLis a co.
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
' peutaoTi 1 f-nral!'
TONS BEST SMITHS' COAL.
Tons Best Glasgow Splint Steam Coal.
Bar Iron, is assorted sisee.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
Is 1 dos. cases of the celebrated manufacture of
JOHN GILLON A Co., Glasgow.
ALSO A FEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Highly recommended by those who hare tried
them, still on hand, and will b. disposed
of at LOW Rates, to suit the times.
THE L' PARALLELED Success wher
ever mei place it ahead of all other Liaimeats,
or any other kind of Medicine overused for tho cure of
Sciatica, Chronic or Inflammatory Rfieu
matUniy Neuralgia Kidney and Spi
nal Complaint, Lame Back, Sort
Throat, Cramps, Toothache,
Sprains and Burns.
Wherever Diihop Soale'a Liniment U known, tho
PeopU h.--,,m- if aderiin. Its value ie estimated
by thoce who have used it at from $j to SI. 000 per
bottle. The foMowitig are a few itemi which have
come to as, and are of daily occurrence :
A msn borrowed s pirt of bottle of Bishop Soils'
Liniment of his neighbor, for immediate use. A few
dayi after, he bought three large bottles, returned a
fall bottle for the one borrowed, sod told bis neighbor
that he would not be without Bishop Route's Liniment
in his house if it eost $250 per bottle. Another, who
had suffered twelve years from alameknee. was oared
with Bishop Soule's Liniment, end ssid it was worth
$1,000 per bottle. Another, who had loffered many
years from lameness, so that he could ant walk with
out cratches, writes that he is cured by using Bishop
Boole's Liniment, and says that you eamno. praise it
too highly. Another, who had suffered from rheuma
tism four years, and could get no relief, said bis friends,
wherever he went, advieed him to ase Bishop Hoale's
Liniment. He bed heard it so many times, that ns
had got out of patience with them, and would buy a
bottle, and try it. but he knew it would not do him
any good ; and whenever any one ever recommended
it to him again he woald tell tbem be had used it, and
it was no better than anything else. Well, ho bought
one bottle ; soon after, two bottles mors, lie was
eompletely cured of his rhenmatUm, and although h
is not a dealer in medicine, be has bought of us sod
old forty-tit doun bottle. Another man says : "I
thank Qod, and Bishop Uonle's Liniment, that after
four years suffering from Sciatica. I am a well man
again." Another, "Bishop Soule's Liniment has not
only saved me from a great deal of suffering, but has
also saved my life, Tna ought to proclaim it to the
world, and let the people know that you have got
something that willcukktbiv." Proprietor "Bat
the people will not believe it." Cured man "Tub
piople will BSLlBve IT they can't help it; bat it is
yoar duty to tell tbem, whether they believe or not."
Another says, " I had tried physicians and almost
everything else and could get no relief ; my ease was
pronoonoeu inenrable. bat Bishop Soule's Liniment
was recommended to me I tried It, and It completely
eured me. Ton ought to let everybody know what
Bishop Soule's Liniment will do ; it is the best thing
in the world." Another, "I had a very severe attack
of sciatica ; waa under my phyiictan's care for a long
time, without any benefit. I finally asked Ir. ,a
prominent pbyiieiaa, if be eould ears me. He said
be thought he could. I told bim I woald pat my time
against his . if he cared me I would give him $500, if
not cured, we were to quit even. He tried it, sod
finally gave me up as incurable. I then tried Bishop
Soule's Liniment, and in six weeks was entirely eared.
I want six bottles to give to my friends." Another
"I had a very severe attack of sciatica ; was under
my physician's care for months ; my feg bad b assess
almost useless. My physician finally told me he coo Id
not help me, and advised me to use Bishop Scale's
Liniment, as be bad heard of remarkable cures by it ;
I tried it, and am completely cured by it. My physi
cian says it is a wonderful medicine." Another, "My
wife had been confined to her bed for a long time, with
spinal complaint. Tbs physician eould not help her.
One srsaing a lady friend called to see my wife, sod
said, 'I hars been just ss you are; the doctor could
aot help me : X then used Bishop Sow It's Liniment,
and it completely cured me.' She advised me to try
it. I bought three large bottles, used nothing slse,
and in six weeks my wire was as wsll as ever."
Another, "I have suffered for years from a lame back ;
bsre worn plasters for a long time. Bishop Soule's
Liniment was recommended to me ; I used it, and my
back is as Strang as ever." Another, "I have been
a great sufferer from neuralgia. Bishop Soule's Lin
iment was recommended to me ; I used It sad It eared
me. While I am writing this, letters hars come in
from New York State aad from Maine, speaking in
the highest terms of Bishop Scale's Liaissent."
Ths foregoing are daily occurrences, and ars la the
words as spoken or written to as. Did space allow,
we might go on without limit, bat will only add :
The undersigned A0E5TS can give referen
ces in this city, which will satisfy ths most skeptical.
DILLINGHAM A Co.
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION
Executed at this Office.
ALL 80BT8, SIZES S DBSCRIPTMNS
BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Tard and on the Wharf!
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STE1H CLARIFIERS, 400 and 500 Galls.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Cases Heidseiek's Champagne,
Case. Assorted Brand. Champagne.
Cases Henneasj's 1, 2 and 3 Star Braids',
Cases Assorted Brandt Brand;,
Cases Best Claret,
Cases Beat Seoton Whisk.j,
Cases Best Holland Oin,
Baskets Best Holland Uin, stone joft.
Cases Best Old Tom Oin. Case. Assorted Clarets.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry,
Cases Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Henness.'s Pale Brand.
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Hum.
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pints and Quarts.
Blood, Wolfe A Co's India Pal. Ale, pts and qts.
Bass A Co's India Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI!
.n'UVA.VS XXX STOUT, in atone Jure,
QUARTO AND PINTS.
POBT WINE. In 3 doa. cstes ; SHE Kit Y Wine
lu S dos. etwea, or superior quality .
SS4 F. T. LENEHAN a CO.
or West Scaitl.i, Tiaiser !
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c. fcc. Sec.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles.
White Pine Boards,
Doors, R. P. lmo., 2mo., & Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GL&SS,
Wall Paper and Border.
Ia Larew Variety.
PAINTS, OILS. TURPENTINE, VARNISH,
Paltlt aad Whitewash Brasses,
Sash Weight 4 Lisa.
A I PUULOA SALT, ETC., ETC
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN FREE OF CHARGE,
s- At assr Port In tssls Mlnatsess as por
t on Intel.
WILDER & CO.,
542 3m Corner Fort and Quttn Strmt.
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
Possesses a good assortment of
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Well adapted to the Printing of
POSTERS OP ANY SIZE !
EITHER AV PL A LI OB
IE anor O o 1 r x m
HOTEL BILLS OF FARE.
LA W BLANKS,
BOOKS and PAMPHLETS,
Ac, Ac, kc
American Mess Beef, in Bond,
Cittiaf k V Celebrate Factory,
AMwm mm st ti bstle aair.
Canned Meats. Prnits asd Vegetable.
A FULL AS80RTJIE.1T OF THE
rV store, direst frost ia. ese.ee. Fer Sals fcf
i BOLLKS A CO.
Polar and Sperm Oil,
war oi AWTiriu to r nv-t-ar tr
Star Copper Paint,
TV AI.LOX A WD HALF OALldt n
sv .or -e ey BOLUEs A CO.
WORM LINE. EOUSBUira, SEIZMO. KA&
USa, Ae. For sal. by
BOLLKS A CO.
Oregon Sngar-Cnred Hams.
CI o i I u srs ws
BOLLKS A CO.
CALrrasTUTA OAT HAT-For Sal. k
BOLLS3S A CO.