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Ca TU-SDAY. Kov. 6th,
At u uCotk, A. M . t s: Ku. wi:i L tol.
bieUc DO .mN KUdVrt, Crater!-., Vivodra
air. CrKtfrj, Matches kerosene Oil, &,c.
,iI II iV.X CIUIHS, in Kiar UrJrr)
:fiv'il per Late Arrival.
"sir OAR AND 210 LASSES!
3 Of the
. v V Sl'O. ft Ml I.I... Crop at ISCC, '
'MOSQUITO NETTING! !
Jtr RKCEIVKI IT. If A.J. I'OPK,
l B HEMES.
Eitra Small 3Ie.be, DO inche wide ,
cA aim ex.ua in-, rn'TC parcruuig euc.orrr.
Corner B--retail I. and Maooakea streets.
Mimmoth Stereoscopic Ex- I
A. ill"""" r j
lS iCtOMMOUiTIOXS FOR S1XTV- ;
II rot K PtKaONS T K VU.WS.
w.'TiaT'V nJ ' the tPy"K exl.a.:ti..n ever)
Cn te up . - - - - i
tn n;niitii. and w.ll tjT it II sell in a (
- - -
Vw .r the fr?,n 3 I 2 Pr '".
l..HRSCE lIoL'StWollTH. Pi.(ici:ins,
317 art.l Montenm-ry St . P--ra Fwt4C.
TiiLUABLE SEAL ESTATE IN
i Ku.a. Hawaii.
THE rXDERSWXED OFFERS jy-
t 2 T
fljge t" HtHIHlWM.WM- ..VMi. ....... - 7
ittu U'd at Kailua Btick.
-v.,.- Is In th. r..esh rp.lr. with ery enonc for a ;
tua:!y atfl pa" "P ,op JoUi
"The Lund or IIUXAI.OLE. j
,Jrwi-tin of M w-r !on.I LnH an.1 a ?..ne Dwllin in j
k ra r-pair aDd ahm.1 a acrr CM.TT - (tn.HMr. i.r
P" ,i uuiiM .J . h utturr. and offer creat I
a pr"ir-.; - - t
1. luTO'MKK. I
M 2m ICiilua, K-wa. IlawaiL !
LAWEENCE & HOUSEWOETH,
IUKK'.T IMTOUTEUS OF
E2?Iish, French and German Optical Goods
JopU Rodser'n At Son's fntlerr.
iUEfiric iews or c u.11 orm i siieev.
prcial attrntirf pnl. Cout.t-y OrdT-
,ilofTn txut fr iA pt itc I
Addma LAWRFXCK HDUr.wURIII, j
J44 317 a. Ul4 M-ntsutnrry St., Pan fraiicUera. j
Il4ot mill Shoe JlnKer.
rTI t K. 1 1 ! 11M-CI VI - 7
! -.. ,.r..rr,l t.. tir uur hU attenti-m tu our
(ralkrr od FiMi bnsina. n han-l. dirrct frum
kc, Ac. -i.
nO. Hiiv I L. Faaic I JuB' Br,
i fans .n ruiiwwi
A l ireii. IIMX Jk BKV,
410 batfry Street. San Francisco, j
rnRSil.r.on bKtSI- THE 'KLL
known lereM.he. Ib-tel LIBERTY UAl.l
&41 um tuq""i
ririTB rut bikkkl siiooks FORI
ijLVt liw by
' " S
fSnurm nnrl WhfI2 UlL !
bONSTt.Tbro II AMIand FOR SALE
U the CASE. BARREL or liAl.l.u my
boLLKS. Jc Co'a.
TO It AC CO.
ilf" FKUKXT HRANDS. FOR SALK AT
reduced price by
KOLLES k Co.
kealrr fsi alaial t.rttC ntid albrr T.baec,
Cigars. HiM-. t.f - li.ls ti n.l Aairnraa
CwMlrrliwMrry. Ual.ia. - im".
.l.l .1. t .u il. i. meth.1 of inionuintf Ihe Cilizec of
Innlula and the 1-lan.ls vtH-rally th.tf I hire commenced the
Loriot; baine i' cooncrti.i with the above. an.t am pre
Ctd to eeeute all idlers iu a f nhionaMe and aobaiitial
kaner. Order from lhexher I!ti.l pr.nptiy attiueu iu.
Mitre oh Xhwi.-u Strert, one tr Mote Amy.
'XITKDMlTKS lltl.VDN OF IXDEBT-
L iliM 8i, (4-ut)'4 or any other cUi of bMds.) !
t 'Liheil ut the hhjhfst Mies. j
44 2u II. M. W llir-t.i. j
H. D18VSOND. &. sow:
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ;
Ethan Vllen and Coj-lon j
A LARGE STOCK OF
T E W O O O X !
- VI.' h lhrj ojT,-r For Sie- ;
it Prices to Suit the Times! !
.!. In part mf i
:rj Superior English and French Prints, ;
LLt anl dark, cot. r U-t, at Kstail roa Wbol j
V. ai.a Fun is.
Fine White Cotton Cloth,
fcwirjf saachiM flnUh. At b.aina by Ihe piec.
phite Lace Sloaqnito Netting. 86 in. wide.
FL RMrL'l'.E CHINTZ.
'LAXXi: LS, tVuol and Aneoln.
F8ITK UINK SlIF.frriNO. Casar Rkdcctivs
I PtU M.
All Wool rinid ud Tnrltan.
Ladies' and Gent's extra fine black
GOLDEN GATE FAMILY FLOTJE.
FTR , FA MII.V ss4 ft t K KR'H I1ITRA.
1 " aorter sacks. rveei I n-r Smyrmiotr.
.?..!-by boLLFJ A Co.
'f . c. wylim:. rwbr
BOLUJ A Co.
Crushed Stigar in half barrels,
' - C. RTYLLIE. tt Ale by
BOLLK9 A Co.
Rnssia Hemp Hope,
A fen assnrtsaeat cf xbrr mod tior alraaJa.
"UKa. 8vanara. Ivlioe. Ilouselin'. .
F'T - C. Wtllu. for Sale by
BOLLE8 li Co.
Paints and Paint Oil-
; '"Hi'h P nt (hi in en
tabbne-, ylrnl z nMlck., mdU; u,,
oro IVit., Pr.au blue.
CLrufcie r,r,w, Vrr.l7eia.
"it'Jit Fire l'n-( Paint,
k. treorh Vrllow, Lamp Black
Spirits Turpentice. Paiol tjruh9, Ac, e.
Fw.let.y - BOLI.rS 4 Co.
C. S. BARTOW.
II o i 1 a r Sale!
WEDNESDAY, .... November 7th,
At 10 OVl-xk. A. M , at Sal, lui,
ax .issoiitmk.vt ok imtv (.uuds axu
kLUS BROM.V SLiJAR,
baus slphhum: it icy.,
hum oy tobacco,
r oxr.s of s to jus.
AT li u'llJCX, MwX,
XK 1IOKOK l!l:ilKK Tl H tltNKSX.
Notice of Dissolution.
rgMIK l"KTXKIlMIIIMIrr,i.rorrl.ll.g !
I the u-..;-r- et..-.!. u-r li.- umr and style, if I
, Kislliip Co , was a.Ht.J .i the Ut, ir.st.. by mutual j
consent- C ll AS k. lllsl'OP.
W I.LI A M A. ALMUCII. I
. RX Wm. IT. L. lWucs. Attorney in f ict. '
Honolulu. OctoUr 2.M, lvitj. ill 4t i
''UK l'MKRSif;xi:i IJK TO XOTIFV
S llir puhlic tl.Ht th-y t tmtl a to arlu-r.;i. and
i will carry n the Iraa
ana t,ao.e and siyi of ui,.ol, '
I'll AS. It. RI.-IIOP,
By Win. II. I.. Uurues, bit Attorney in fan.
Honolulu, Ortob- r rjOi, lSr;i. M4 jt
W. K R A NT F 1 1. A M) K) R S A AT Til E
MAwv o 4 .Tldfia Iatti",
liy II. DIMOXDfrSON.
.0,000 AVosoRN ,MXE K EG
543 4t J For sale by WALKKK. ALLKN & Co.
COLUMBIA RIVEE SALKON.
A SM AIX MIT OF THOSE Sl"
jn-rk.r salinnn. Ju-t Kereivcil,
And fur s.iU- i,y BOI.LES it Co.
POHTCHOMG, Ofti.VG.-, I'LCCO, ire., tfC, ifC.
ItCCtnTMj yVT .I1IT CkiSCl9 luil lor
By ItoLLkS & Co.
OARS, assorted sizes ;
JVST RECir0 prr CEYLOS.
r Skr ty B0LLE3 & Co.
Portland Cement, Eosendale Cement
And CALIFORNIA LIME,
AU fmh and in Ordvr. i.r ale hy U0LLF.3 4 Co.
Preserved Meats and Vegetables,
OYSTERS, LOBSTERS. tVJHJUOS, Ire., Ire.
644 U For S-le by IflLl.tS & Co.
For Sugar Boilers.
iJACC'II ROM KTKKS. MK'ltOSCOl'ES,
7 4 FEET METAL THERMOMETERS.
b Zm fr-rralel.y C. liltKH 1'U t Co.
Best California Brooms.
ETwm SALE itv
Ml :i C. BRKWF.K & Co
a vkw mo UK f ihe vvn.r.i tMs jl t)K-
Cm. Via puia. iuexperiuve, simple and effective
Sl:VIN'(; 31 A I'll I.N cs
Will do any kind f work, stronc st:.-li. nn I n .t li.il.le to gvt
out of order. 37 Xioo J3 d S3 .
for l-ale. by
C. HKKU'KK A Co.
Bungs and Stoppers, -s, 1. 1 l-i i. I 3-1 lurk.
.Oll I'KOVISION AND.MObtSSKSDAliUEIi,
Vuw Sale by
C. lilU.W Klt er Co.
IIIV CAULKS. 3-1 AXI 7-S INCH.
fit 1 Zm i-r Sale by C. UK KM Kli Co.
Gutta Percha Hose
PbV 1-2 IXCII IIOSK,
w p.y f 10.TF1 nn-,
3 p:y 1 inch II. we. 3 ply 1 inch Ilote.
Cotta Perrlia Packing, l-n, J-16, 1-1 i. 3-S inrli.
112 3m For Sale by f. :;r;vi:t Co.
i'iaiio Iob' NstSc.
TO A It It I V K fy.lt lOliANI. A
flANO. ?T'OL aiMl CLOTH.
This instrument is one of Cuicit..n Jb Ilallut's
best and is jrur by of inspection by partien wishinit ! po.ret.ase.
C. Iliir.VV Kit .V Co.
Ol'i'l'.lt "iK ITMI'S.
bovine Well Pumps, Lifting I'ump.
tor f.ile i.y
i;. BltKWKR k Co.
(VKtVr AVUITK. SVAULKT AXO llht 11
m Hiaiikets, 74 aud '.) niche.
54 -1 3m
t or cale by
C. LKtWKll k Co.
.1. J. Tope, (Vylun and Etli.ni Allen !
A CHOICE VARIETY OF XEW AMI
Superior Quality of Groceries!
Consisting in part of
sT EST I'll A I.I A HAMS, very ttnr.
Half and quarter boxes Sardines',
Stotiele- Ilaisins in earthen jar,
Zante Currants in earthen jars,
No. 1 French lrun-s in jars.
Card Matclie, 3 II.jop Pail', Fresh Apple",
Yeust Powders Downer's Kwrosene,
CuliforuLi Cream Coee',
CJte Starch, Pure India Curry,
Fine I-iycr Eai-ins,
New California ILtms,
Engll-h ami American Tickles,
Cal. Iird, Cranberri.f, Ship TeaH,
French Capers, French Olives,
Saloon Bread, Crushed Sugar,
Jenny LinJ Cakes,
For Siilr Ay
e44 2m - - CARTWRIGIIT.
I w :a 1J
PER BARK ARCTIC!
AND OFFEil FOR SALE
A ; K N E It A 1 ASS O It T M EXT
Contesting in purl of
7TL TOXS LOCUST MOUNTAIN STEAM
Bbls. Prime Pork
Bbls. Mess Beef
Bbls. Pilot Bread
Bbls Pitch, Bbls Bosin
j Cases assorted Meats
j Cuses Quahaugs, Cases Clams
j Cases Oysters, Cases Herbs
I Cases Spices
i Tierces Covered Hams
Quarter boxes Codfish
! Kits Tongues and Sounds
! Cases Loaf Sujjar
J Half bbls. Crushed Sugar
Boxes Chemical So?p
; Boxes S;tlt Water Soap
! Kegs Cooper's Bivets
Kegs Sheathing Nails, Cooper's Anvils
Eley's Solid Handled Hoes
J Planter's Hoes
j Ames Cast Steel D. Handled Bound Point
' Cases axe-pattern Hatchets, Nelson & Hunts'
Cases Shinglincr Hatchets
t' r ii r o -i oi i i
Kegs W rought Iron Spikes 3.V and 0 inches
Croton Water Filters.
Black Walnut Parlor Chairs
Black Walnut Sofas
Black Walnut Chamber Setts
Black Walnut Sewing Chairs
Black Walnut Dining Chairs
Marble Top Center Tables
Ladies Oak Dining Chairs
Ladies Rosewood Dining Chairs
Douglass Arm Oak Chairs
Wood Seat Office Chairs
Common Wood Chairs
Cane back Rocking Chairs, gold stripe
Cane Lack Maple Rocking Chairs
Cane back and seat Rocking Chairs
Wood seat Rocking Chairs.
Arch top Rosewood Cottage Sets
Arch top Maple Cottage Sets
Arch top Oak Cottage Sets
Oak French Sets
Maple French Sets
: Nests Painted Buckets
i 3 Hoop Pails, Nests Tubs
' Hickory Axe Handles.
Men's Hog Skin Saddles
Side Saddles, Bridles, ice.
. . . . r f vTrnvc r .
A superior assortment ot L.AN 1 Llb for
Oil, Kerosene and Candles
j Cases KEROSENE LAMPS
' Cne Paint It rushes
"ae White and Ulue Tbicnd
! Cae Sheet Lend
Irum Cnntic Soda
j Cac .Mntcbea
I t ae Zinc
3, 4 and 5 inch Leather Melting
Children's ;p.ey liigt
Piece Illnck Walnut Plank
! Barrels Best Rosendale Cement!
Cases Oriental Illuminating Oil,
I Molasses Rarrrl Shooks and Heads,
' 14,000 PIXE KEG SIIOOKS AND
30OO Itdl. aborted Hoop Iron,
Cases Sheathing Metal,
t Sprnee Pole
; Smooth Bottom and Center Board
1 112 jc
THE PACIFIC .
satl'uday. .ovr.Mjit:i: c.
A.M-:ii:!:!Nti . '..:i.-:r trS' t. ..il-its aiv u u-H
for ti.i-Ir v.o:i!. u iti-r. n'i:lt.L. ii" ii-jt a!w;M iniv,
: Lav- a vf i: iirinuhtv u'jout t!n-::i u i.ii U is
rta'.ly i. ;n-!,i:i. l".;j;?.i.i A'i.i!::. .f !:, I. .tk
M t i. atf.nl- t'.i- ii.-soo--!.: I..-:.i!: . ( i'u
' kiml. v.u cini'Ii'j.r'l !j ttiko a i.iuvv :i.un
! enii: ! .i!T. Wfiliii: .-i-r;ti t-'ii. a::-l s.-iMr.-Iy
piuj-il up at li:e cii-.ls s :i L :;!. arouinl t ihf
; Kaa!;u-a i'luiiu'.in. w l.ii' h i l.;'.i--l ! t! wca'ln"
tido ir laiitl. Tiio i-nuitjersoMt i"''ci' 'f iivn uas
I vasilv l;it oil Im:ivi(. tiii- vrf 1 sla: tI. aii'l llii
i j next d.y' urrivcil oil' tlie '.ai:taliuu. Tln-ro is no
! b.itliiir near iLi jlania:iuu of stiiiit ii iit caj.aci'y to
i allow the bal k U t-!ltT. untl the I'artatil. after
I . . . . !.-
j tit.t!lii: up ail.l duwn the reel and tiu.liris; no
! -iati r-:t'iv to tak' t liare of the b. iller. concluded
i . .
j t) anchor U tut-lde tlie reel. After altucLlIlj; a rej.e
! and wel-bt (whether it was an anch.T or not. we
catinot learn.) the ponderous tna.-s of ir!l was
' , , . , , , a ti i
! plunged overboard, and left n.-atn-j. The t aj.tani,
' Upparentl V BP plolld Of li!s feat t'S if he had landed
j. -i"t i i-ti-ii
it a.cir Ufiiort'. Mptareu aj ui uai k ior i.auauia.
from which port be wrote, Mating wLat he had
done und where
the boiler could be louud. It l.s
supposed euher to Lave sunk or floated off to sea.
as nothing has siuce beetl Seen of it, though a
, , , , , .
scauuuer seaicueu beverai uas. iiwas u new
boiler, made bv Mr. Iluirhes. and cost S2.5U0. A
reward of $200 has been offered for its recoverv, ' I),ST,X,M',SK, TiiAVKi.EKS.-Amontr the passen
but the chances of finding it are verv small. The : Zvra b-v tLe tlil'Per "'.'' totu-L.-a at this
loss will inconvenience the plantation, as it was i lH,rt oa Tat'day. en route for China, were Major
required for immediate use. The report that Capt t'iieral Stahl. late of the United States Army,
Marchant saw it off Molokai. has no foundation j w,' lla? hvcn appointed Judge of the American
whoever. Heistoo.,ld.isailortr,.iasbvs:ichaiC"",t i-ntly established in Japan by special
treasure w ithout at least making an effort to secure i
it and cam his salvage.
Dtvn.iN.i a 1Ikwai:! On Tuesday last, the Mar- Nt'w Vork to San Francisco, und at Ler request
shal, W. C. I'arke, li,,., accompanied by one of the : called on her at her Country seat in Nttuanu, w here
Chinese merchants, visited the plantation of Mr. J. j 1'iey were very cordially received, llefore the
11. Wood iu Nuuanii. and distributed among his j 'Lip sailed en the Ulst. the Queen sent off to
coolies the rewards which had been offered lor the i Mrs V. a generous present of fruits and flow
niinr. hensioii anil eonvictioil of Ahsee. the liilir- ! ers with her warm 'lUjliU.
"I t ' ,
derT of Cupt. l'udoit. (Government offered a re
ward of five hundred dollars und the Chinese mer
chants a similar amount, making altogether one
thousand dollars to be given to them. Mr. 1. had
decided that Apau. the coolie who gave the first
notice, was entitled to S.VMh Hut on tendering
him that nmount. he said that the two who assisted
him to catch and hold the murderer were entitled
I to the same reward as he. The three, therefore,
received each S'J97. And Apa:i, in addition, re
ceives Lis freedom, and a free passage home, if lie
chooses to go there. One other coolie received
JO. another S20, four S10 apitce, and two So j lhis landing of w ild animals in the heart of the
apiece, making up the one thousand dollars. All j t.;!v is dangerous business, and ought to be stop
these helped to secure the murderer and take him j j,t.a j la times, w hen the (Government was ad
to the Statiou-house. The bestowal of the reward ,;t,:sterod more paternally, no bullock were allow
eeems to Lave Lad a demoralizing effect, for the , ,.a t;) ho .in,ied except att Fishennan's Point,
two who shared with Apau, told their master the j That's the place for them now.
I next day that they could not work and were sick.
j As toon as they" had left the plantation they ex-
pressed themselves as perfectly Lappy me
iichcev -me inncl'oe dalu " me no work'
Tl.oe ..i i.lei.tK e:in't bear tiro.-i.ei it v. An:m Las
been offered a "free passage to Hongkong, but one 1 TLe retaliation was terribly severe, but like many
of the interpreters says'that as soon as he lands i 1 rvioits instances of revenge on savages, may Lave
there, he will be murdered. as ALsee Las numerous ; ''een based on the rule that " might makes right'
friends iu China who will take revenge. California j la ton many cases of trouble between natives and
will be a safer place for him if he wants to go j foreigners, the latter are the instigators; and hav
away ing the power, deal vengeance without mercy :
f . i....c ii .t. l. ....i.i:..i....i .1...
. . , . , i.i ,. ir ...
-Captains of vessels running bet wet nllono-;
lulu and San Francisco cannot be too careful about
the prompt delivery of letter bags as well as loose
l..ii i.ai.er eiitiiisti.1 to their eare. It is
I .ij-7i r i
, re,,orted that the Captaiu of the AaJ.W, referred
to oeiow , iiuruig uie passage uui 10 ine coast,
i and when in mid-ocean, startled Lis othcers one1
dav by appearing oil deck with bis mail bags, and
" . . ... . , . . ,
oracling me men to get u ooav rcauj, as lieuanicii
to go ashore. This niav account for the non-d.
livery of the letters promptly in San Francisco : oll shore several evenings the past week, serenad
they got into the wrong boat : : ;ng tj,e j,r;IK ipal residents, and treating them to airs
Cl l.r.vIU.K XeuI.IOKNTE IN MAIL Dki.IVKKY. This " That wnke a v-lad rcmeinbrance of their youth,
liiorniiig visitors ut the .Merchant's Exchange were -'" hnck past j ys, ami warm tlieni into transport."
surprised by seeing a number of letters there for This band consists of twelve musicians under the
delivery bearing Hawaiian postage stamps, inas- ; i,.,..;., (1fMr. 1). Leavey, who is a veteran from
ninth as no essel had lately arrived from those . , A . , . . .
islands. The letters having the inscription " F. r j H'ejate war, having served throughout the whole
care .r Captaiu of AWtorA." examination wamade i tampaign. and been engaged in s.me of the most
for the date of that vessel's an ival which was found I notable battles. He has infused into the music of
to be August 24th, over two months since. Several j the company, that peculiar martial spirit which
of these letters were for business houses in tins city ' nwrM tlie soi,Her at the front to do his dutv. and
and one tor the ( aptam of the OiMio, which sailed j w ,lK.,, IlolR. who luiv. ,lUW 1r..U )1 t;in t,vt.r for,.,.t.
some weeks since Irom this port, yet they were j iw-xn XM ,.xt we understand, the band
only this morning delivered. y learn that the j wU, ve a bllll ou bout d yaM,bilt.
h'Hiosh sailed tor lioston some tune since in Mca- !
tier, Lolor.S: Co.'s line. Postmaster lVi kins being j v..... p..nI..nI. ,VI, i,-i.-vv F V .v nr,t
' informed of the cii cunistaiice, took memorandum i " ' ' ."
! of the particulars of the case with a view of having "'n any I"lbho "t'"t " our papers of the fact
j the penalty of the postage law enforced against the i that the New Dedford City Council invited Queen
vessel on her arrival at lioston. Tlie law is very Emma to visit that city while in America, and ten
pioperly a rigid one, re.p.inug all captain of ves- j d d , b hospitalities of the place. The act
sols to hrst deliver all letters received bv them : ' .
within twentv-lour hours of arrival, and to take I Wils ft very appropriate one. as no city in America
oath that they have done so before their vessels j has maintained more intimate relations with these
can be entered for unloading at the Custoui-hotise. j islands for the past sixty years, unless it is Boston.
liur.ttin. Oct. lll.'i. Th(, m,wa of tne tlt,atl of h(,r pil:j.(i.in ,u0ther,
which she received while in Canada, led her to de
Tiik Ilisuop of Oxkokh. From one of our late j cline all public ovations after its receipt. On this
exchanges we copy the following iu reference to a j account she did not go to Boston or New Bedford.
meeting lield ill England, at which this dignitary j
had something to s:.y about these Islands :
"The Bishop of Oxford was condescending and J " " , , -""""J -
complimentary. The American Missionaries had FlM'rm w,ia,c oir -lokui, which she lias been boil
done great good without doubt, but in admiring : ing down in the. harbor, affording a sight not seen
the greater lurrinary. the sun. no disparagement j t-verv dav. Sperm and also humpback whales are
was intended to the greater luminary, the moon." .. " . . . . .
" J frequently observed by schooners around tins group
On a foi mer occasion the Bishop thus describes! , ,,. . ., ,, , , . , .
... . , , ,. I and oil to the southwest. Such an animal as that
the Hawauaus :' C liildrtu of nature, children of the ' . , , , .- . - .1 ,
air. children of the light, children of the sun. cliil- ,
, ..... . !
j beauty, taking their pleasure 111 the dance." j
1 ins is. tiouoiiess, very oeauiniii anil sentimental
' language, and very taking among soiiie people.
I As the Bishop ha. thus defined the standing of the ; season.
! English Mission comparing it with the sun. and ; What Next? A Boston publisher bas in press a
j the American Mission to the u,n we think it a j '"'w w,,rk hf Mr- nulfinch. author of the "Age of
j great pity that he should not have defined his own i Fables," to be entitled '-Oregon and Eldorado, or
I character andVtan.ling among his countrymen, for tIie Romance of the Bivers." The first part, " Ore
! he is generally known among them by the eupbo- ! pon." is an account of the discovery of that coun
: niotis name of "Si.uti:i:y Sam." I try, anil embraces a history of one of the ancestors
I Tins Aeon xts poit It. We have often wondered !
.... , . ,. 1 1
I why whaling captains are geuera.Iy such a jovial
11 rij ii'mj-jwanj tiinr.uat m uiguu -ahu
wt. nutice tL;tt tht. I!,11.e w,.;g,lt R1. carry abullt
: with them, the larger is the stock of fun and good ;
humor. The following item explains the whole
linsterv verv satisfactorily :
Amu t Fat Mkv. Our corpulent readers will not
obj. ct ir we say a few words in their favor. It isi
s.tid to be a fact that no hit man was ever con victed
or murder, .-tout peopie ate not revengeful, nor.
a., a genert.1 rule, are tl.ey agitated byv.olent
gusts ol passion, lo parade a bit hotis. breaker 111
the criminal d a k at the Quarter Sessions would be
a phenomenon indeed. Tin fellow who works
with skeleton keys is generally a lea:i and wiry in-
dividual. as he" only can force himself through
h.'b-s fiarcely large enough to admit a cat. Iina-
pine a tat n.tt. doing these things, and then ima-
gine him alarmed and running away with a police-
man alter hi. 11 ! Corpulency is not the sien of vil- 1
!aii?y. but rather of good nature and good will to :
all lueti. ,
D:aih or a Haw aiian- At thok. . N. Haleole
the author of the well-known story of Laieikawui. '
w hich w a published in one volume throe years ago.
died suddenly on the 2Jd of k tobcr, at Ewa. For a
..Hawaiian, be possessed rare literary talent, and the
tory of Laieikawai. one of the ancient Hawaiian
princesses, will long remain a fit monument of his
1 ;Zif The whaleship .fn.ai'hvsetts arrived at
San Francisco on the 14ih. from the Arctic, rlenn,
and reported bad weather, plenty of ice. whales
; scarce, and bad prospects generally for the fleet.
She is owned iu Saa Francisco, and turns out most
decidedly a - lame duck."
"Boil Ktl'l.F.v. 110:" The celebrated Bob Ridley
gave his first grand Concei t on Thursday evening
l.i.-t. at the Iioval Hawa iian Theatre. The hoiHe
w is well filled, and the performance is said to have Iv Pour. There were in port Friday .14 whalers,
been very amusing. Bidley is an accomplished 13 merchantmen, one war steamer, and eight Ha-liiu-ii'iai)
on tfie o.Tiio.' waii.tn coasting vessel1- in all ! vessel.
1 i; -m Tahiti. The b: i F,i tfy. i'tiapusan. t-nicli-e
I ;.t p-rt n tDe Si:h. eighteen d.y ffolll
T.ii.iii. o';):;:i:i water. We are in.le" ;el to Msj-rs.
i:. F. I'H'lle- A i. f.r Tahiti papers to October f..
From them we jr'e.ui liit little of iaterit in this
ijiuiitef. The 1'iilv" war ships in port were the
trench lits; arch -t.-anu-r L'iioiche Trtil'.U and the
F.vnc!: ir ir.p'.i't.s Li vj.V and O'.urr. The jiari-:-!.
sqiMl:-t!i :t;!e.l. as was supposed, for a
t;:l.k. j I.'lei.ri H.. I i hatlltnen Were left in port.
The M'.s :-.' r v-:i:.ili.- a reference to the less d a
ship on l'.ihtietst :i 1-l.tiid. We copy the llmi'd's
!r.u:Ma!l;.n f the i:ea. jiervly adding that the
I'ritish ship li- '.'.'.;..i sailed from San Francisco
for S dney. February 12. with a caro of wheat
value.) at ai.Tol. The ship was probably wreck
ed t-atrly in March :
The schooner Aor ii, Cit I'. B. T'ur.n. r'ived at Papeete,
Oct. 5lh, ' r'n-.'iri t':e ten of the loss cf I lie ir.'n ship Wr.'M-
stma on ri:m'rt" t: s Ian!. in Iit. IS 01 .. Loni:. Ji3 10 V.
Cn Hie UJI. HiU ml Jo.U A SI treli lsu tin? Jorai rxi-eririu-ed
h-avv cnl'-s. an.I on ilie uiurniuir of tl 2tth the suprcarKo
.licVcrcl s-.nthu c wbicl. a.x-nn. to t? a wm-W on thf
''' of r'r , f l',h"" '"' I' mi. 1U inimtr.li.iteiy l..wer-
: r.l a lM:.t, ii.l -r"rt-dM to the ilaiul h-.n be r-utul r.i con-
j.ctur- to In- c. reel. i.n lan.linp. be divided b: cr. w into two
";' ;;nl 0",e tJ ' "th tLJ! f -'"f- U,JK "l t
; bini'elt with tlie oilier to the south .de, to leurcli f.-r the sor-
viv..rs, it any th.-re m'ht be. or f.r the lv,i:e uf those who
' hd pepslied. They did iv search lone btfore a pitiful 8ii:lit
broke up.n their view, fix b-nii.-s were di,o.vrrvJ u the bta. h,
without clotl.inr, anJ horr bly bruised by boir.p dast td uhi the
' crtni' reef which thy had tieen wid over. Four of these
. bodies were men. and the other two children, one a boy. appar
' " ' ' or j''.? 1 ' , i pin or atHit three
by ide, and the men on the south rn islet, with the usual reli-
ton a ,.,,; vUht reck.on wl.k-h is the r.au.e
! '" ""Id letters, and he also picked up si'me cl-rthini: marked as
: fullows : A. I. Ilait. I. Kitchie. J
as. M.:rr..y.E. Murray. It
j is nidei.t that cverj s.ul on board
treat v and Mrs. Vedder. wile of the U.
at Yokohama. Japan. They were both fellow pas-
j sengers with IJckex Emma on the pas-age from
'Skkixo thk E; KniAXT.'" The landing
bullock from Hawaii and Kauai, always attracts
crowd of idlers to the Esplanade to see
One day this week, some cattle were being landt
as usual, when one of the wildest of them
id!' on a frolic, and darted among a crowi
lives, knocking several of them over as prettily as
ever u row of ten pins lell down. As luck would
have it. the animal's horns turned in instead vf out,
so ihat he did no worse harm than knocking down
and terribly fiigbtetiing two or three, and scatter
ing the crowd very unceremoniously. Hut reallv-
I Casmu.w.ism iN THk Sonn Pacific. We bad
j Imped that tales of cannibalism were among the
things tff the past; but if the following is correct.
: there are it lew canibals still left down south."
a leiu'l liuiu i n inotiiii. x.u taiiu. ij uuiis.ue.i 111 ine
LoM1(iti - ..A(,vfcos rtw.ived , the
. Xoi scini-.n state that a boat's crew belonging to the
i Frenc h war steamer I ul'.on have been killed cooked
and eaten by the natives ol .New ( aladonia. the
I ollicers and crew of the FuiUm, in retaliation, have
, UiU.n slIlamury vl.I1KoanCl, tlll. saVages. kill-
j, ,.v,.,.y one they could catch 111 that lieighbor-
hood and setting lire to heir villages. Over om
numireti aim niiy nau oeeu suoi aim uayoneuou
; besides those burnt."'
Mi sif.M.. The band of the VamlvrLilt has been
I "iiir.KK sue. HI.UHN i lie wuaicsum (te, as
rr .... 7 . . n'l. .
cli.. 11" j nsMntiifV itif. rw.i-t en f..niTiiir i.-w.l.- t fin..
r c .1 1 i n " .
times four or five thousand dollars, a sum worth
cruising ..round .1 few days to find and pick up.
.s sperm 011 is oeconiing eacn year more scarce at
ome. it will pay to cruise for it during the winter
; of Queen Einma. on the supposition, probably,
that the Sandwich Islands were peopled from the
.Northwest, or American coast- L 11 less Jlr. JI. has
ftlI(lil.d ,,a Pubjt.ct 1(rt.tty ,,,0,., the title of
ijjs first work woul.l prove abetter one tor the
A Danokkoi s W'kapox. A gentleman picked up
near the Queen's Hospital a few days siuce. a slung j
shot, which is supposed to have been dropped dur-
previous r.ignt ty some person connected
with the shipping in port. It hid the appearance
of iavjng seen much service, out we trust the dav
. f ff h hM have to record cases of ihs
'"'re. It consists of a lead shot an inch or so
in diameter, slung in a cord, which has si handle
that slips over the wrist, and is used by despera-
does to strike heavy blows on the head of the per-
s.m attacked. One blow well aimed, will crush
any man s skull. . None but a midnight assassin
would carry such a weapon,
PeusoNAl.. Mr. J. J. Avers, editor and publisher
,,r .ije Daily llrrahl. took nassaire in the Kil-nifa for I
Kotia. Hawaii, w here we presume be has gone to
r;UI1ble among the famous orange and coffee
1 r - 1
groves of that section, and perhaps retouch bis
poetic pea under their cool and invigorating shade.
The flags of the shipping in port were dis
played at half-mast on Wednesday, out of respect
to the memory of Capt. Fish, late master of bark
Y.'. which vessel arrived in port that day, in com- (
iuand of a brother of the deceased.
r-rfThe steamer T7ian,ts. Capt. Deverenux. sailed
yesterday for San Francisco. As she was to sail
over, she may not make a very quick passage.
Four whalers are off the port this morning,
with pilot signals flying, one of which is the Corne
V"s H-jtd iad. with 22u0 barrels oil and 40.000 lbs.
NoM.vll. The clil'per ship tt'ut'l blo!)i;:it tis
no Fas.crn mail. . t'.ioub t'ao New York u.aii
. ptemherSI had been waiting in San Kr.wi.-ro
T , ,, , -., . , ., .,-
for three dav, iLeie was ulcntlv a mnnd.'r-
standing;;:. 'apt. Cock said lie '-would her-
fi:'.y have brought il. h:;d it ben-n put on buurd."
Occurring jest at tL:s tie: , when tiftv ships end
txvo tbe-and -una.rs are in port, anxious to get
their letters, and if ply to absent ttiend. whe n mer-
catitile matters have boeu nnu-;iai!y liti;rt.'d. and
unseu'.cd. ! e hon-reci ipt cf the mail is
pecia'.ly provoking. We knew of jio essel likely
to bring r. the maii till the bark .NtriWt arrive,
vihich uill be due November Mu to 12th.
Kf.ai. Kstatk at Ka-.i.i a. Wo would rail alien-
lion to the notice oi'ei i.:g for sale a valuable dwell-
ii:g propel tv aid land fct Kailua. Hawaii. KoilA.'
1 e , 1 , v , ,
La.; tiic reputation of bung the healthiest district
011 the group, and with the steamer making weekly
trips 10 Kailua. it is easily accessible at ull t'uui s. ,
It is a rare chance for anv one who lias the mean.,
ai.d wi.,he, to eniov a tpiiet co.uurv life
- - J '
Si,m.i- Lost. Tfctf sloop V,.km. owned bv
... . ,
Mr. Miiancr, , is reported to have gone ashore at
I.uhain.i on Friday of last week. She had on board
11 caigo of rtiai of cooked Uro a valuable arli-
. .... ,. . . . .1
, ; , " , '
F;rk at K u-. On Mondav night last, four build-
: "S (' -:H't- H.iuiuliu plantation at W ai.di.nu
were Icirued down. The fire is supposed to have
i been caused by an incendiary, und a loreigner is
' suspected of having coiuniitied the deed. The los
! U ,,l,i -,on
( uoout .-joo.
i Jl The overland te.egrapli was down at the
i latest dates from San Francisco, and had been
for four tlavs or binec the 13th of October.
FOUR DAYS LATER !
The Aiiiiricnn ship Galatea arrived at this port
! on the SOtli, 13 d tya from San Francisco. She
brings no mail, nor any later telegraphic news,
as the overland wires had been down for several days.
From the latest papers at Land we glean some inter
esting iteuis :
Secretary Seward has virtually retired from the
Cabinet. He is relieved of all officially duty, and
Fred. W. Seward is actit.g aa Secretary of Slate.
Montana is giving solid proof of ber mineral
wealth. A ttesmer from fort Benton passed Leaven
worth ou October 14th carrying $2,500,000 in treas
ure. Commodore Hubert F. Stockton, whose n&rce is
identified with the American conquest of California,
died at Princeton (N. J.) on the night of October
Col. Oeorge W. Nichols, author of " The Story of
the Great March," bas written a novel, shortly to
be published by Harper Brothers.
The Secretary of the Treasury states that the na
tional debt on the 1st of October, less the cish in the
Treasury, amounted to 2.673,826,841 40. The
amount of the matured debt not yet presented for
payment is large.
The New Vork Commercial Advertiter learns,
through (.oe of the President's courtiers that he ex
pects to be impeached at the next session of Congress.
He probably 1'e.tls that be deserves impeachment.
At any rate, such au appreheusiun implies that be at
last realizes the fact that Congress is sustained by
the people of the North.
Congress appropriated $74,000 for the purchase,
propagation and gratuitous distribution of seeds,
plants, cuttings and shrubs.
The Fire Department of Boston proposes to send
to the Paris Exhibition a complete miniature illus.
tratton of the tire and alarm aparatus used in that
A highly sensational Washington correspondent
cays that Charles O'Conor, as counsel of Jetfeison
Davis, holds in his hands a letter written by Mr.
Johnson iu IKiiO, proposing to join the rebellion, pro
vided he could have a seat in the confederate cabinet
and that this is why Davis is not tried.'
The President bas removed the elected Governor of
Louisiana, aud appointed the Attorney-General of the
State as Dictator, with control of the United States
Jenby Lind's fortune is said to have had a severe
hole knocked in it by ber husband's dissipation.
Vesetia. This famous province, lately ceded by
Austria to France, is very well kuown to the world,
but the space which it occupies ou the map of Europe
is not so well known. Venetia contaius 3,870,600
acres of ground, and bad 2,4'Ji,'JG8 inhabitants at
the last census.
The British Government has proposed to the Uni
ted States, through the Department of State, a reci
procity agreement between the two countries, in sub
stance as follows : That England agrees to send
borne to the United States all distressed American
seamen in British waters, the United States to follow
suit. In order to tiled this consummation, it will
be necessary fur Congressional actiou.
The work of rebuilding the structure of the Smith
sonian Iustitution at Washington, which was des
troyed by fire, is slowly progressing. The large tow
ers on the north have been rebuilt with lire-proof
fljora to secure the safety of all the documents be
yond contingency. The large tower totbe southward,
which was very badly damaged, will soon be rebuilt.
The roofing of the tu-iin building, 200 feet long aud
65 feet wide, will be of wrought irou, covered in with
slating, with roiled iron parlines, ou a novel plain.
A Washington despatch to the Philadelphia Led
ger says : 44 JuJg? Underwood expresses the opinion
that the Virginia Legislature at its next session will
inaugurate a movement looking to the adoption of
the Constitutional Amendment. The people of Vir
ginia believe that their best policy will be to adopt
the ameudtueut, thinking that if tbey do nut. Con- i
gress will either pass an act reducing them to a ter
ritorial condition, or one imposing universal suffrage.
It is understood that Mr. Baldwin, Speaker of ihe
House of Delegates, will urge the adoption of the
proposition of Congress as embodying the best terms
the rebellions States can obtain."
Xtw Losoon Itlms. R. N. Dowd, Esq., late
Superintendent of the New London Northern Railroad,
has been appointed Commissary of the New Vork
and New Haven Kitilroad.
About 12-i o'clock Saturday night Sept. 2, a fire
was discovered in a building on Water street, occu
pied by Rodett & Cornell, directly in the rear of
Willi ms & Birne's office. It was speedily extin
guisbed. before much damage was done. It is sup-
pod the fire was started by a party of boys
Mr. Avery Hewett, of this city, has bought Dr.
Jewell's house on Main street for $30(f0 He proposes
to improve the general appearance of the house, aud
remove thither in the Spring, Mr. Arnold Weaver
having purchased bis bouse ou Granite street.
Another Cable. Books have been opened for
subscription to stock in a new cable, to be called the
American Atlantic Cable, The route to be taken by
this Hue is via Bermuda and the Azores, theuce to
Lisbon, Portugal a distauce oT2100 miles.
Prc?sia. The King of Pruesia bad issued a letter J
expressing thanks for the numerous and .velcome 1
assnran.-es of fidelity, devotion and readiness for j
1 every sacrifice for the King and country which have j
been adJeessed to his Mjes'y from all quarters on
iho r,e.i,.n of the victorious conclusion of the war.
The letter declares that the unmistakable union !
between the sovereign and the people will, in the
epoch, conciliate all differences and all opposition,
and turn tbern to advantage in love for the common ;
Fatherland and in the accomplishment of the Prus-
sian mission in Germany.
Love at First Sioht The Rochester Union tells 1
of a party who, visiting New Vork, went on board a i
Liverpool packet tneir nrsi acquaintance won a
vessel. A sailor boy invited them into a luxurious
cabin, when a young lady, cne of the party, who was
I delighted with all she saw, exclaimed. "Oh! I;
I shoulJ like to go to Europe iu such a thip." Von j
j can," taid the captain, in a deep voice, who had '
; entered the cabin uoperceivca. 1 ou can ir you
wilL "As your stewardess, replied the young
lady. "No, as my wife," exclaimed tbe oaptain. j
" As your wife, sir," exclaimed she, in unfeigned!
astonishment, " you must be joking." "No. I am!
not." returned the captain, I mean every word of
it." The young woman was Buttered and flattered. :
as any young woman woui l be. She asked for a few ;
hours to consider tbe unsspscted r-roposition. At the
expiration of the time she gave the captain a favor-
j able answer, an 1 in three days she was married. j
of wild ! r--.MevtM;.eV. i: V"lS
the fan. MmS
lofna- i .
Witt s i.i ISioiN. lint uu inaT tti.d eunvw,"
!' w'. vliatlea iirooks, iu o djrc to ly.
' " M """'"J0" ,"."r rnceed. To i(tht ein
yoof (crrat plin of life. vu tut or btc to
,- , ., ,:,:' :..,. : . . .1 .
Irvf, al1 It Is !i:iii)Ciurah. j itnporlant liat Jvtt do
B,t make a rai-lukc. To night begin ctrnully. Viz
joct eye rn the fortieth jfar of jour ae. and then
I aJ fo yoa.'f, I i'.!be trmrerate diid, id no.
j Z'TLT btt,ro:"; .u,n- tl "V"
rtl'jK'OS man, and a useful man. I will be ucb au
or.. I roolve and 1 stAoJ o it My jouiij
friend?. let this rt? !ctiou be firm as adamant ; let it
Mat: 1 like the cak which cjtucot be miuJ-fhakcn "
Thk Taot Ft r f t Sra ?d.-rt M Ptio It ar pcar
tht Sir Mini u iVto, be 'i.it to Ihe United State
suaie tut nths a;o. atteuded with a gixnl deal of
puhoc and private plor .f catit.n, ha agtin come to
grei At a metting or Ihe eb-irchuIJer and bend.
holders cf ihe LocJon. Chatham, ai.d LWr Rilr. nd
it was stated that tlure ImJ beeo an otot issue of the
comj nj bcnJs to the eilrnt of ilS.OH). equal to
tieArly cue third of the whole cum authorised. The
. .11 1 .1 1 .u . . :.
I'.rcctois all declared tbt they knew nothice about
j,t ,ad called on their constructor. Sir M. i'eJo. to
explatu. Sir M. l'clo acknowledged that be bad
ket" iustruu.et.tal in thus da-posing of documents
?h'Kb 7," i'fJ frauduleot a.
forgery ; but said that if he had ne t dune so be and
Ue. f n'u,1 ,11Te. b,Q oppeJ toeiber
which bth have done unce. Of course the aflalr
exc;,ed preat dissatislactu.n, e..recial!y among the
holders ct the worthkss bonds
' Civit Wak The I'anviile Tint, the RichrmmJ
.1. ..... , . ... .
. '7r. ine voirus on
pence, the Augusta Vontt lutionalis! and othrr
' 'ropfr!,,5c in d-sadecleJ section.
: dent should call toother the Keprestntati.es elected
from that pirt of the country, who would bej ined
by " Conscryaiivcu " from the North, rt'ecguijiiijr
' thvt" as ,ho 'loic, and deft uj himself hy fore of
! rms. The lVtuocrat c tHiintor Oarret Iais, of
i Ktotucky. suestcd the s.tue thinjt The Demo,
, cratic Chicarpo Timrt urpcj him to clear out Con.
. cress by ruihiuiv forco A lit-tnocratio Kcprt'sebta-
tie elected in Viriuia, A. 11. II. Stuart, in an
l address before a college some weeks since, infoi rued
t bis audience that we were on the ere of another
j bloody revolution." S. S x, formeily a lVuo.
j cratio l prt-eulaiive from Ohio, theo a delegate to
the Chicago Convention, where he said that in hia
i jn Ipnii'tit Lincoln and Davis ought to be brought
! to the same block together," aud now an eminent
I " Conservative " of laiiiuiauy Hall, announced upon
j the 4th of July that uo!es moderate and judicious
etatesnistiship sliould intervene, by which be meant
unless rU-piOsctittttives from the Ute rebel iMntcSwera
promptly admitted, there will be civil war more ter
rible and atrocious than that just ended. The IV'iu
ocratic New Vork World, two or three weeks ago,
declared that if the votes of the Uie rebel Stales lor
President in 1808 should be refused by the Congresa
of ihe United Slates, when, if admitted, they would
elect the Democratic candidate, " bis right would bo
asserted by arms."
Respfct pub Amkbica The presence of the Amer.
icnu iion-chtd Jilianlonomoh in British waters, saya
the Journal of Commerce, elicits a frank and unre
served acknowledgment of respect for the t-kill of our
mechanics, and the advance made by Americans in
perfecting naval armaments. The ollicers are feted
and saluted to their hearts content to say nothing of
an abuuJance of newspaper compliment. Among
the visitors on board is a liberal sprinkling of British
Admirals, accompanied by their suites. The Loudon
Timet says that though the name of this torreted
iron clad is ambiguous, what she represents is
of very great importance indeed." So radical
are the differences between the Euglish and Ameri
can methoJs of construction, if one is right the other
must be wrong. Therefore it is regarded as an im
perative duty on the part of Ihe British Admiralty
to investigate this subject without prejudice or de
lay." Two leading ideas are especially deserving of
attention, viz : the protection of the ship by ubmer
f ion, aud the protection of the guns by iron turrets.
Though originally having no connection, the adoption
of the first principle prepared ihe way if it did nut
entail the necessity for the second. After these were)
adopted, questions arose as to the advantages realized,
inasmuch as these new war ships were incompetent
for sea service, but the Monadnock having weathered
Cape Horn, aud the JWiantonomoh having crossed
the Atlantic. Englishmen are prone to inquire whether
the Americans have not surmounteiTaihiciities which
British naval architects bad pronounced insuperable.
Then Ihe enormous guns introduced in these impreg
nable ocean batteries present another theme fruitful
of comment. The guns on board the monitor at
Spitbead are represented to be "shaped like soda
water bottles," made to throw enormous shot at a
slow velocity, with comparatively small charges of
powder, whereupon the London Timet remarks,
We may possibly learn something from onr neigh
bors in artillery as well as ship-building," and adds
something about the " natural and cordial amity"
thct ought to exist between the two nations. Thus
year by year Americans are gaiuing for themselves
the respect of foreign nations on account of skill in
the mechanic arts, as evinced in the construction of
cotton machinery, steam printing-presses, the manu
facture of fire arms, &c, and finally for prowess in
war and great achievements in military and naval
science. Under such circumstances, to command
respect is to wield power, and it behooves the people
of the United Slates, as they with steady and stately
tread take their position iu the front rank or nations,
to see that the moral and physical strength tbey rep.
resent is exercised in the interests or peace and an
enlightened civilization. Ship Lift.
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bevotlons to the Blessni Virion Mary.
544 lm Vr Sale hy II. M. WniTN'KV.
rnon nolfTTlI F.SEAT. COVER,
D FAMILY cahkiagk," beW the well-known
' vehicle, formerly owned hy A. B. Bate, Ksq. It
' rT strno?, well-traile. and in pood order. Tlie purchaser
find one tJISX eomM,e
611 itu II. M. WIHTNI'T.
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