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C. S. BARTOW.
On Mouil.y next, th? 25th instant,
At 1J OVtck, A. 1!., the t'n.l-rsii'ne.l
ivili si: i.i. at rriti,i: AI'CTIO.N !
STORE OF JAMoX. GRF.F.N Jc Co.
A Varied Assortment of GOODS!
Small Balance to Close Invoices.
C. S. r.AHTOW, Aoc;i..r.w.
SALE OF MERCHANDISE
Ad'-rti"I f-r the l'Jli. in I't,s'i(nnl tjiilil
tfTDIIESDAY, - - - - 5IAECII 27th,
At Sale. Room, at 10 o'clock, A. M,
wntl WILL BK oFretfcD A liKKAT TAKlrtT tr
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS.
TKRMs Over -!, 30 days; over $WK), GO (lay; over
fli, 80 dy. approved p-i per.
All Smp1rt pnt up to be Sold.
Fresh Buckwheat Flour.
k k- 1 1 it v k i k i
' V.l it
By McCA MilfA tr Co.
30 ST ON 2R07II BREAD!
J.1lttll r.VKKV ll.IV .M DELIVERED
' r oiioi.!.-
4A 5t By M-0AMLliS k Co
Just Received by the Morning Star
AND FOR SALE BY
CASTLE &. COOKE.
I:st wiitn: ami .txtiiR tciTi: urok-
Best Pir Ir-.n.
It ,1 rN-.uk I ll't rrret r. k';
B-.l It I Wi.it Pine L.'iir.ler.
Be..t II ir l Pine LunC-er.
lu-t Br-.l in tiarret.
IV .t itt N i:! . 4. S. 10. 20. 40, 60 and CC1.
? fc'-t C-nl Vl.tch-siu eae. Ml ln
a I.I. li:RSnS !!."viXfJ C'I.ltS AOAISsT
t.ie lt,ie of tlx U.f H it lit HEOIil.lO. ..f SKjtri
K na. Haii. rr hereb y rueiei in .n ,-tit thm t- thr
iler!irneil. anil nil th e imlrl.tnl to tl Kstntr to a ake yay-av-nt
l tl-e 'in.
jamm h. wnt'Kitot f,
Iler Britanuu: t.ij-ry 'miiril-ioier an-t 1'oiisul CSenrml.
x i : w o o i s .
The Undersigned Has Just Eeceived
svi:i:.v s'ko.ii isumt9.t i
The F..11 .wing Irsi1'ie Asrtnwnt of
II 13 AKE!
OAT XAII.S. ISMIKTHI. 11. IJ ami 2 inchu;
Camatre lUiiia i.n-1 rir Hiits.
Ii,r C-li., - irtej. ,1111. ire ami rountl;
Machine Ul:s. asvtie.l, 4 to s inches heavy;
I. S- ilrt anU Picks.
C'IIAK('.I. H'.ONS, V.. 3 and X. 4.
Ctiarci ul Furnaces, assorted s zea.
T Itinjr-. t!e.t nn.1 h - ary. stet. 6. a. 10, 12. 14. 18, 14 in.
Axles, Salf . it--nl, li .nd 1J inrhea.
KeUU'. KoUlM I'-m.l .-Ji.h-S. Socket lire..
II ly forks, CotDplcle Sttl tianli-u Tools.
Cooper's ITooIjs !
Vice. S-w rteilf'Til II mini-riau.l rner,suierii quality:
Axes anil lloweU. asirieil:
A1Isihis '..,!- r's Knives, Timber Scrite,
Wifsim's t.'woikifiif Iron,
iNien's C'i.i--rinic Hammers. Phip Anjer.
Kisettiiic Itairmrs. Aax-r Kye Hammers.
latcksmi h'j ll inim.:rs. Knirineer's II ilumers,
Kclc-t t lusris. relloe Sasrs, assorteil;
hleel Sfaara. Iron Squares.
Shoemaker's Tools !
A lanre assortrnent, Tix :
W. m'ti's. M-ri's anil T-iy's rtl--k Lists,
Well lrnn. Shink Ir-ms. Sh wM-r Ir..ns.
tt":t'D Wheel, rreneh K-y Wheel. B irnishera,
Mii shv I'.ool Forms, Harness Uil, Taies,
Ami a fomplete if!m -nt of S!e Pess an.l Xaits.
a !,, ix st out: :
Best Knir!ih Oil anil tt'h:re lail.
Putty. ilne. Whit-nc. l amp phe-k.
llrusle-. Ilun'.'s Heavy Axes.
Mm - lianiru- rs. Stoves, Prist Sti-el.
liun 1'i.w.h-r anil Sh-t, etc., etc.
The anuve cimprisen tie ltr..e,t ami nirst comilete assortment
Of Hardware, Cutlery, etc..
Erer tifrnil in this rtmrket. ao-1 srill he l I o-"n the most
rcasina'le ero.. f.ir faih or Approved Creilit.
Vir-mr Cull nnd Kiamiar.
M3 4t XV. X. I,.t I) .
H. HACUCFELD & GO.
OFFER FOR j-ALF.
j. -? -s
.j i; s t n s: v i: i v s: i
Pillt HAWAIIAN BARK 5
IaIiIc saiacl 11 W. Wootl.
4 V.' KI.I. SKI.KC'TKI A S S O R T M K X T
New .tyl Prints and Muslins,
Victoria Ieiwn, Jaconets.
Linens, Domestic), Cohurgs,
Alpacas, flannels. Clothing,
I..is Drc ;.xds,
Ilofijv Iron, liar Iron,
Water and Gas Pipes,
Shot, Knives, Scissors,
Paint and Paint Oil,
Spirits, "Wines and Ecer,
Yellow Metal Sheathing acd Nails,
Tar and Pitch.
Oak MoUss Carriers and Beef Iiarrel.
H. V. SEVERANCE.
' GENERAL. SALE !
01? TUESDAY, .... MARCH 2Gth.
At 10 O'cl :, A. M.. at ?,1e K0..01, w..l be oU
(iliOi FRl K V, . 7; . . v t
TL.fi, MATCHES, KF.hOSF.1E OIL,
VJ.1UI.ES. LRY noons,
ci.orm.iu, ciuahs, urooms.
rURIIITUr.E nr.d a Variety of Sundries.
Oil TIIUH3DAY, - - - 2IABCH 28th.
At 12 O'clock. !.,
V.-J I :! r of thr Ass:.jtm of the llttnle of
HV.-'r. A'.'cn it- I'n..
WiiL k: Pi.id it thk ?tokp( r Mc.-ij. Wai ker, Allen tfCa.
Balance of Stock remaining Unsold,
H'e Handle." I'l'.u?!i Points.
Pi-c-. of I'enims. S'iirt., Pants,
Ox liows. Thread,
Hairs ami K- lirown Su,rHr,
Par of Iron, I'nf-r, &e., 4-c.
-i-N W .1
T C J
viie rm:RiKM:i kkom axd aftkr
31 irch -M. will have a sup:ly of
Fresh Kawaihae Potatoes !
'-'I it l CANHLK.-S & Co.
INSURE YOUR LIFE.
3IAMIATT.IN MI E IXSL'R AXCE CO.,
Of New York.
Vpiial atol Aeciimula!i..n. over - S -1.(100.000
Ai.iniul Income, over ------ S.O'iO.ODil
I'-.'n i.-s in Force, ------- jT.oiii.tHKi
Pai I for L .--OS by P. a'hs. - - - - ''.2."..(it)
IIkkt Stuh Presi-Imt.
C Y. W tm-I.K. .............. Vice Preni-lent.
J. L. IIal-iv Stt-retary.
II. Y. W km-Lr. ................ A. l nit Secietnry.
S. S. Stihb:-!.. .......................... Actuary.
Mm. ('. Ksldun. Ilsij., Lirftturfar the Partur I oast,
jjobinr.s isii:i tthk amol'NTuf
$ -O OCO on one lit-, ari l pi ;i.e in
(;m,i) ok c r i: ur.xcv!
'I'lii .'vinpanw tijjirs tit Viillinrintj Adrantay :
No Extra Charge for Traveling!
Annual I i-ii ibuuoii of Profits;
Loans made on Policies ;
No Claims I'npnid;
Impoi lant A" it h iitnre in I)ici riil an t Afotlrs
of Inturii'ice ;
Ditidrod Junary 1st, ItU?, to Per (cut Cash.
The foll-iatint; tre exam;-I-s of the operation of the last
I'olieir" Innril I SO'i, only 1 Years A'jo.
AfSU 1 AiiMMitii 1 11 lr-niiuui A ! I l
lu-. j unl. I'.ntl. VAicy.
I 7 ISjO
Ttiis is an entiiely in vr pi in, orijiu illn sriih this Company,
an-l givi-i an iosur-r the luri:t-sl reiuin ever luaile by any com
pany in .ime iieno-l.
LVSI FItS & ('.,
Ucneral Agents to the Puclfic foast, nn.l Samlwich Ninn.ls,
IIKXKY sl'M.MKKS. (J.-neril Traveiine A(tent.
bCi 2n Olilrr K I Slrrrl, nra r .1 Inkrn.
THAT Sllot'l-D BK
Iti EVERY MAN'S LIBRARY,
TO UK HAD AT
WHITNEY'S BOOK STORE !
r sMXf;'s insTfiitv of tiik amk.iii-
Li ( AN KKlll-l.t.l lN. To e c-i iupl-te.1 m a Vols. Vol.1
received o:.t! f- r pale Price 5.
Harjier's I.i.t.iry of the Amcrion lb Initio 1. To be ci.nipli t-'d
hi li Veis. Vol. 1 now p-ady Price $7.
Grant and his CampaiRos.
fhrrnisn arid his C-mpains.
Anecdotes of ih? American War.
t'lvinloii History of the Anny ol the Potomac.
Ci.flin'.s K-ur Years of K.hlifif.
Life and Time of Abr i!iam Lincoln.
liowi'V Trip Across the Continent.
ltichar-l-.ins 1'iei.t, Iut:ei-ii ani K-cipi.
I re's Iiietionary of Arts and Manufacture s. tt 1m
The Scientific American.
-VF.w sntscr.iiiKKs to this ioir-
1 lar Weekly, tan t-e loroished witn the numb rs tn.ui
Jan 5. IviT. 1'rirs 1 en r.
Ini H. M. WHITXKY.
SiilD.sci'ilo IN ow
.... I'O It ....
OTV!T!IST. MMMJ TIIK Rlsn IV
ll the :ii'ecript,"ii .r.c- t-f tin Ici-lm;; Ao.-TiCtn MiriitMie-i
and W t-kiiv-ji. aiul t)i inrrt-a1' rft.t'- -n l!i-in, I ctitiiiue
t- !uj 'ly nijr u,H-ribT hi th oM rat-. tiftrrn y-am tx-e-ri-in"-
in ih ltim9. ftial-l-s Ui" V frtip'i n.y cu-tt'iitr.
f'Ti'.'ii ri"iic:i.i 'l.fai r. ,'in k'-r atnl nn.rt i;tiifAi !(
ri!y thau tf y can be ctMHiued (iiu any ulhtr source. Try
ldprrs Ih'Hvrtf J Tito f IV!!irc cr ulhcr (harjres
Iu fiii. p ut of t ii (.roup.
Ki-k nuu:f r f tlit- 1val;n Mnt7:zine. aLw of Ilarpt-r
. -lily, I- .; ie-4 Ila:r.it-'1 an. I tli l'ip'oti NW9 always
tun 1. t (!.- uh Ic up at lv-rt Dutare tot wlialtincn ai.i irav-rl-r4.
SuEsciiplioti layaIlo Alu nysiu Atlvnncc
A M i: It If A X XKWSI'A I KKS.
Sew Yuri: H- r il l. P.-r Annum.
" " Tilu-s
V ...fn Adv.rt.s--r
New .rk Mori 1.. w.e.ly.)
1-iU'i-r. (a Slory K.on:;y Pajier.)
l-stie's I!lns:ral--d .Newspaj.cr, ' eekiy )
S in Kr.t'tcisi-o Weekdt-s. larti..
1. very s. itni it. i y....... ...... ...................
Si-w Y-ir a "liner d-s K.l.its t n.s. .
" - Zeituei: (ibrn.ao)
Sin Fr.tr.'is.s 1 r nh t nui r. .
liie's I u t i f Kun
The Iri-h American
Th- .N.U. o me.-k v..
The m'r.cu Agru uhtiret.. ,
I he rii-titibc JLiuern an
II trfier. VIon.tdy Matraine. ....................
Atlaiil.c Moiilbl) .MaK'.iAiue,
ti.ob-y. Iidy's '
1 -In M.i:a7itie of l'ash i"ti,.
Hui.t's 5Ierc Sanls Maazi.ie, . . ..................
I'.ifti-k aoisCf Mura'i n .......
I.-.o b-ii CornhiU .Ma,azilie,
Ii b ti . :.i-:y
t !t::ii-r's ......................
P.l:i-kw"il an-I the 4 Ilrit'.h J iart. ri.es
Kith-r on-of tV-4 Pritis'i y i.irterli-s
enr Y-'unc Kotks -
Ivn.ores.'s Majr-izir.e of Ka? toon... ... . ...........
I.ioe.l'. Living Ae
Ail the tear K.iii.. -
Tfie teil ixv Isetni-nioiitlily ).
It. a-tie's tonthly.. ......................
le le WS KeVli-W ................................
S..r:h Amir.can H. view, aarn-riyj
U n l.-ti Iliu:rat. .1 Sews, (weekty.)
IV li' Life in lyno-eiii,. ......................... .
I-Jii.bin Weekly Time
Lloyd's Wtialy Sewspajtr
. 4 0
. 4 oo
. 4 xl
. 4 oo
. 4 UO
, . 5 00
. 5 IK.
. . no
. 7 I'O
. 6 .'!
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. lo no
. 10 00
Tiie at-ove l:st comprises the l-.-st of P.ritish an. I Aim-ricarj
per:o-iic;tl literature. Thiy are rvi.liriy received by each
pa.-ket fn.m the I'nite-I Stales, ami can I s.e,lie-I on
ai j.!i. ati..n. The tind- riJ -.l ili.ilsoorm r by mad.oiy papers
D.,i in theave lis: f..rlh 'S.- whom y desire tnein.
Il--s; b s the aleve. the eil"W ili: p.ipers can alwav s lie had at
the c..iiri: r on ttie arrival of -.i-i li mad :
L..ui,l!- iK-micrat, New ltdford papers,
..rn. v's Pres., Ludu-et of Ian.
re..'n papers. I al;t..riiia pa-crs,
Cinciun:.ti .i;r, Wnrcsster pajiers.
M ime pa rs, L..t..i p:i--is.
Kansa. papei s. or ail i paper.
And many others, too numviousto specify.
C A Is I F O K X I A S K V S I A I E It S.
The fetlowniit so-- received bv Kxpre recutarly, and eener
ailr ia advance of ttie man. ihy w.li be f -rwarded to sub
scrdK r bv me. puntajff J 'it, at lhe ainirxi-d l-rn. :
We. kly'P.u:blin, j7 per annum
Alia 7 "
paciatnent'i I to , - " "
San Fr.nicico Weekly Tan.- 7 "
;. The . nd-rsiitue-1 l..i an as.-nt in S it. Francisco, to
secure and forward the il.se apers. which are often put on
bo.irl alter lie- v. s-. ls ar" 111..K r si.:l. :;l.i ut v irar l to e--t)se.
thus eiiatiiitiK subsi ri'i-rs to obtain th- ir papers ui"re
promptly than in any rtnt-rwjy.
II. VI. VtlltTNI'Y.
SUGAR PLANTATION !
tyt .. ,, r .. t ' t
tOR SALE AT -Xll:t
On Tuesday, the Cth day of April Next,
; A: 11 O ct V, A. M ,
i Iii Friint i if i.;.e i .j-n f 11 ILmohni1.
THE Pr.opEUTY KNOWS A? THE
Chamberlain Brothers' Plantation!
At W'a:atua. IsUtnl f OaliU,
With all in. Ia. Itu'l.iinsf. Mili. Machinery. Tol, Im-
plt-mvnt. (arts, Yi-k-, -tc, etc., j prrUiIiii.g to the si.l
I i:-lonc!nir tr tins I"..-!nt:tif.n are 75 acres of run iJin.l an.!
16 arrr Tnn L.iul. 4u irr--3 f.f I'astcre Ln1 r-wne-1 in k're
; Simple. icpi nf Cane I.uikI and '0 acres Pturc Laoit
IfarKj; the Crop fi.r .'iT is tr.tauaUril at CO tt-i.s of tunar.
S And on Tuesday, the ICth of April Next!
! Witt be S. II
; At Wainlua, on the Chan,l"Tl.un Brothen' PI itiUtion
' Nine Yoke c.f Ox n,
1 tine V, .ke of ?: rj.
Trn:y-Cve Cows an'! Calvrs,
And MX H'.rra.
TERMS AT SA I.E.
j For further particulars &M'I" to
LUAMBEULlIS, WlUJiluH, or
! C. R. rislIAP,
j. w. Ai sns.
; t5.1 5t Asiij-nen of the Eitate of Walker. Allen A: Co.
i ROOMS and BOARD !
At EMMA HOUSE.
The New England Mutual
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY !
c: a s T 1. 1: A ; k i:
A ; K . T s .
1 raMII' TIMIMS OF ICR XCF IX THIS
A f...:p-o.; ar- as Mw as .t.r rKiible' e..,.y,
arid ! i'oiiiitiit uw.y.
- Ti.tr '..in. ,iiy l-:n unr tnurual. intiirf!i nt tli Ixwkst
P.ssim.r ILitk-. Ti. if the Ipr-njii:n p'ii-1 rsc-fil the tturil
r..the-oriMU ft-turn-ii t-, tli- .irt-i. inMiring."
I lit y ii's.'i-n wriiw ii.i-c iri'T v inc nj'j"iiiiiifiii
of the un li ri?i:el, can pay tticir premium to us if they d-
sire li tin -.
Now is the Time to Insure.
The in-uns can visit the Pacific I-laii ls, the Western Coast
of America, an-l the h.t,u-rn Atlantic spates, 1 In lnitiisii,
ival.'iut vlr l li iri-e.
i Dividends Payable Annually in Cash.
j 5'4 3.u CAsTI.K i CO"KK, Amenta.
! tiik niMTisi! am i oiti:n:
I MARINE INSURANCE COKP'Y.
' CAPITAL, ONE KIILI01T STEHLIIIG.
j Head OiB--e, MaiK-h- sti r lluitilins'S, Liverpool.
A:.NTS it Ili'SoLlLC,
X.n.-Thi, Company takes n.-L on .,.U only .ml m-t ,n
,.u. 51.4 rim
CONSt'LATK or tk fSITK.D STVTK.S er AMKHK'A,
I Ijiliaina, II os:i;i 111 !-! !, .1h, March Jlih. 1S'.7. )
Proposals for Exchange.
Bi:oiosi.s fii tiik KxeiiAXn or
I' is C.iniiul oe f.T the i'i.ir!iT end. 01; .Mar h 31t. 1SG7.
(.va''le in old.) will be rccciveu at this Dilice until April
ii4 ot i:i.IAS PKUKIS?, r. S. C msut.
Fire v7ood, Tire Vrood, Fire"V7ood.
il VtiRns FIR!: wood, DRY AXI
fJ:.," K-r-.u-py u.tiLW. irwk
Not Always Obtainable.
A I) IKS' CIIOICK rDRTFUUOS.nuorlnl
.Mahogany nnd P.osi-wood Writing Desks,
l'.oxi's Mathematical Instrument,
(istwtrrt's W:iii-r Colors, Tliernmmeti-rs,
die and Checker Ito. nl and Men,
Numerical Ir.inn-s for Children.
On Hand and For Sale by
t' i lin
Just lix'Ci-ivjd per Syren from Boslon
-4m for Safe at the
Family Grocery and Feed Store!
KST I " 1 1 K tt. XI X K'J A IX .
Kres.li Corn starch. Kitis Hal, but Fin,
Kitts ,. 1 Mack-'rel. hats T npues and Sounds,
l'ri-d Appt-s, iieiv aiul Iresh;
reh Sntinec. Kresh Vcast Powders,
Krcsli lair Clu e.
,VU 5t I. BAP.TI.KTr.
E?Crrf'i.'l7' )T PRSlfA ? f T
QAMFORMA V It E A M CIIEKSE.
Itaj f icd, 1'reih Apples.
Cal. I-af Ijird, tiliiep's Siipnr Cured Ham.
Cuttiri's J Hies in f;lass,
fata. Mustard, Pearl Ptarch,
MeMurrai s Oysters, Pure Lemi n Syrup.
Pure Madras Curry.
Cuiif .rni Pr:ed Peacl.cs.
Kasiern Cranberries, Puciuc Ci l'sh.
Sat. .ol.-t, racks Oats, Cal. Onions,
liuikwhi-al Flour, Ib ininy,
P.ye Meal, (J-.ldi n li.ite I tour, liran
Pu?ar Cra k- rs, Waf r Cracker.
Wiue Cracker. Milk Crackers,
Picnic Craclter, Ib.st m Crackers,
Sola Crark-1; Lind-ree.
New Year Cake. diiif-erecs, JuiubUs,
Chi ice Y'l d i L. af Ja;i:i Tea,
Choice Natural Leaf Japan Tea,
Choi--e Natural L'-af J.i; in Y..unx Hys..n,
Chi.ico Comet Ti-a.
Very Indicate favor 0.il.,i.; Teas.
IVltel le..ts. f-r luiuh;
A.chr.vy and ltloatr Paste,
I'.iiKsh Jmm. 1 atnl 2 Mi. jars;
I'ccanters Salad Oil.
Citron, Or.wps and I.- l.i' n Peel.
li' Ciish Mil-tar !, Kf.riish Vermicelli and Macaroni,
Fresh ?.idines, tn'!;,h Assorted Soups,
Kiit-dish Pepper, Ciniiamon. Oinper, A.C.
mOLOKAI DAIRY EUTTER ! !
F II O M
i v r( i
Dairies of P,Iyer3 and Dwight.
A 1.5 O FUOM TIIK
Dairy of Ittr. Gam'l indrev3
AT K A I LI" A.
KECKIVKU AM" F Hi t.Li: LY
r,l St I. I5ARTI.CTT.
SATl'RDA V, MARCH 2?..
I "ll llsSI'tll Ot . Illtr ltll)l'l'tn(l).
The funeral service attending the burial of
Jii'lgvi li Kicrt.-on took place on Saturday last.
Tl.e funeral s-rvice-i att.ndlnff the Lurial of
Although he had U-en connectoJ for ton jf:;rs
with the l.etlH'1 niurch. he j.-mej the Kefjrmed l,.li,.ve that the statement first ma.h- that Ka'.ani
Catholie Church in 15G2 at the pressing request poo's il!n-s? an-l do.ith were eauv.l by some poi
of the late king, and was connected with the ' sonous driak. wr.s in the main corr.-i t. Our corns
latter at the time of his death. The funeral , pendent, afier al'.i'.diiig to Mr. M."s letter as verv
service was performed in that church at 3 properly conveti: g seuie erroneous ia;presi.n,
o'clock, after w hich the rocession formed in Here- says :
tatllii ttrect and moved thence tO the new ceilie-
. . . .
"-'' ,4.,, ..v . v. ...o . u. ...c ..t..
deiMted. All tlie ofHecrs of the Ciovernuient
a also the diplomatic corps and officers of the
1 .I, -i- ,
L. Js. ship Laclaicanna, with the imittary and
fire eoinpanie, and many citizens joined in the
On imJuy morning, hev. Mr. Damon i reach-
ed a fuueral sermon in the Bethel before a full
house, giving a hiograi hical eketch of the de -
" n 1 .
ceased, from the date of his arrival in 1S44 to
his death. It was an exceedingly interesting
t i i i .
account, and no one knew better or was more
qualified to do him justice than the reverend
speaker. A portion of this discourse will appear
in ttie tritntl lor April.
in the evening, a large audience was attracted
to the Fort Street Church t i hear a funeral ser-
inon Irom the Lev. Mr. torwin, who preached
from the text "Of manv rears a iude of this
T ., i i ,.,,.
11 .17 ,411 i17 1 'iii 1. iiturv
eloquent diseoiirs', and the great trutlis pre
son ted hy Judge Ilohertson's death were most
fureihly reviewed and applied. The reverend
hjaker ajHMlod ti tllC y Ul II g liml llL'U liptlltf
. . . . 11 i r
, OSaIIl'K ot the uivOClU i one Well Worthy ot
, : ( : ; .
On the same evening, Ilev. Mr. Mason de.
livcred a tlieonrso in tlie Keformel Cutliolie
Church to a crowded house from the text
He liatl. shown thee. () man, w hat is good, and
what d th tlie Lord require of thee hut to do
justly, and to love incrcv and to walk humbly
i .i n,. " . i it
with thy .od .' H.e virtues and example of
tlie deceased were hel l up as worthy of imita-
Hon, tspecially the fact that though brought up
i i , ii , . r i e .i w- . i r
(rom childhood in the faith of the beoteh Pres-
hyterians, he had in his maturer years forsaken
that to embrace the true faith as found in the
to .,.:..,. ,.. h,!,,,, when he died
ti.urt 11 to wnii. i iiL otiongtu w 01.1 01. uicu.
Jseveral who attended this latter service, nave
expres-ed regret that the preacher should have
, " , - 1 1
spoken so warmly against other denominations,
1 j n
and pointed to the deceased as an illustrious
example of the superiority of the Informed
Catholie faith, hen if the truth was wholly
stated, it would be found that Judge Kohertson
left the Presbyterian communion, not from an'
convictions of its inferiority, hut sohhf at the
urgnit raursl of the late Kamthamrha IV., who
appears to have" relied on him ns one of the sup-
porters of the new church. Various rumors,
iexaggerated no doubt, are afloat regarding this
j ' " "
n-rmoii. uou s jnie ou'-iis-j iii'i'i-iii n im,o 1i.vn . .. . .. ,. . .
' 11 ii-ii, indi;lerenc' on the part ol some 1:1 authority,
civen hv it. We trust it may he published and . . , . , . . , . , ., .
ji,,it , ii. iv iin.v j j winch tends to accelerate the decimation of this
thus the whole truth made known. people. The letter of Mr. M. leaves the impression
sxo-isKExz -aaca .a th-.tt Judge Kalanipoo came to his death in the or-
NOTKS OF Till? W'-V.ii. ; ditiary course of nature. The letters above given
The Post Oki u k. TheTo are alwavs complaints fow that his sickness was induced by some power
about Postonices. and they are generally to be. fal and injurious stimulant or medicine, while his
traced to the fact that Postmasters are uiisiuvess- i ' attributed in part to his own iinpru
ful in their attempts to produce letters for those deuce. All the facts developed lead us to believe
who have none to their address. When the general j that had proper medical advice and treatment been
.lelivery is opened, after a mail has arriv.-d. some
interesting scenes are witnessed ar tlie li.iiioiuiu
iwonice. a stout ami hardy whaleman, hronz-
and "bearded like the pard.r comes to the
" port-hole," as he terms the general delivery, and
asks if there are any letters for Tom Dipsy. See
the expression of his countenance anxious, hope
ful, but fearful how the shades come and go. as
tlie cleric overnauis piles oi .euers mat ..uve ..to,
long unasked for. And if the answer comes
coldly and business-likt nothing for you." he
turns away, sad and disheartened, perchance to
seek consolation in sources that afierwards leave
a sting behind them. Hut if friends at home have
' attentive, and he should receive a whole
handful of letters and an armful of familiar-look-
in- newspap.-rs. how greedily he clutches them, as
.... I 1 .a? . .. 1... 1 ...IT a
. 11 - J 1 ... . st... i I.. !
II tt.ey were goio. ami reu.es oj uimsen. 10 ,.o,e
over their contents. 1- rieuds at home, write olten
to the absent ones ; and you, sailors, write home.
Vim will litid -11 facilities for writing at the read
ing room if the Sailor's Home.
Tiik Mi i:i,!:i:i:i:.s. On Tuesday last. Mr. Claude
Jones, Ks.... counsel for the two'meu Paakaula and
Kahaiiliko. who were recently convicted at Hawaii
of the murder of Mr. Claik, argued his motion for a
new trial. The grounds mged were, substantially
that the Court at U'aimea erred in admitting the
testimony of a boy. some tenor twelve years of
age, who was one of the principal witnesses for
the prosecution, and also in admitting the evidence
of the Histnet Justice to the fact that the prisoners
; pleaded guilty when arraigned before him. The
learned counsel also objected to the jurisdiction of
the Supreme Court as now Constituted, there being
only one associate justice instead of two as provid
ed for by law. This objection was of com to over
ruled, as was also the motion for a new trial, and
the criminals will undoubtedly meet their doom '
according to the sentence, thirteen ia s hence, on
the ."it it of April.
I K Yhi.'Kruu.K.s. We have been several times
under obligations lo Captain Fountain tor delicious
vegetables, raised ia Captain M.tkee's garden
by Mr. Ho'.stein. which are really a treat, and ,
though reiiuested quietly to accept w ithout note or
comment, we cannot help referring to. Among
them are cabbages, turnips, beets and cauliflower,
of most luxurious growth and delicious taste. If
such vegetables can be grown on Maui, why don't j
some smart gardener try and supply this market ;
from there, sending the produce by steamer or ;
schooner and consigned to one of the batchers or !
grocery nieti. A good and we presume a paying
business could be done in this way. Our vegeta
ble mat ket " is a disgrace to Honolulu, nnd a dis
couragement to housekeepers.
Mr-ic on T ik Watki:. La-t Thursday evening. ; This road too is a great saving of distance as coni
..m.. of our townsfolk improved the mag ninVent pared to the oM road by the s.-a-sh..re. and tliere
,. , , . ... . , , ,. . . . i lore since being opened has been the fine mostly
moon. ight fr which our island climate is so just- , ,he inhabitants of those tw o districts. O,:.
lv celebrated and. accompanied w ith a band of "
""i-'"'- hoat sailing, or rather rowing, in the harbor. citMlsr. to the ? kat v. The authorities appear
The music, the glow ing twinkle of the moon's rays to p,t. at Waking up to the very patent fact that
re!i '..ted on the sea. the merry laughter of lads and som r,ltlic houses, otherwise- known as tippling-lass.-s
the delightfully pure arr. which made one al- . h).,.n in tllt. enfant habit of breakintr
m ist greedy to inhale it all were conducive to
complete enjoyment of the hour. One other cir
cumstance enhanced the pleasure, and added a ten
der interest the fact that a newly married couple
w ere of the party.
J; iri:o -' ki:i:ki. A prisoner, which had been
put on board the A"-;-' I.f by the Slp-ritf at I.aha-
ina. to be brought to Honolulu, leaped overboard
from that ve-.selwh.-n about five miles from Shaw's
11:11. near l.atiaina. capt. riiiiniain lowered a
l.oiit to pick him up. but the fellow dove down like
a duck several t'mes. until he was lost sight of al
p gi-th-r. The vessel then returned t Lahaina.
and reported the accident to ShenT Treadw ay, but
up her leaving 101 Tiitirsday afternoon, no trace of
the prisoner had i.e.-u found.
The arming of the whole Austrian Army with
brvteii l 'a iiiig ritles i resolve 1 upon.. The umdifi a
t.eii of the existing muskets will extent to o;),()0')
wcapr.n. atid will cost S3.1J0.OU0 fi .rins. The new
sytem v.iP. be limt of the L'nder ritle, wbie'r. tires
:curt fn s'k ts in the minute. By the lt if May
Go".1 (.0 ri'.eees will be iu rt-idine-
M'lKK FaiTS Abol T TIIK pKVTU OF Jt lxii: K t-
T.:r.Hi. We arc pained to have t.i recur to the
unfortunate ciiviiiu-ruKvs att-inUii t!ii ili-atli el
thK ivvl!-known 1 !. ;tii.m. Tlit Jottor iT Mr.
M'".",:t. wla. 'i vi- i.i-iiTi'l t-. w.v'.s sinot. con
t:ilnl. a wo tht-n snjip-KfJ. a lull an.l final stati-
lufiit .f ;Lf farts in tin .-a- : a:ul thii.klng t!uro
, . ..
uiav ii.tM 'tn t'!iH error tu uir jari, travf .ni
t'ifl-i!fe to it. MY liae itue rfcivJ two coiu-
llnj,-at"u.ns rrlatinir to tins ca-. which lea.l us to
lotri in .u-wnir. som. lim uiU'i.i.iii s iiu u
mav explain whv a man in the prime of life nnd
jlt.a;t cmihl be stricken d.nvn und lile ternnnate
after soiue sixteen days illness. The statements of
relatives and friends of the deceased Judo. as I
hive latelv heart t!n-m are: i uat ttlirti mukiiii
,,rep ira.i..:is h.r his feast soti.e two or three days
before the :,lt of July, he obtained intoxicating
, drink of some sort. either as a treat or in other
. . , . . ,. , . ,
wav. J rein a l;:nese trailer in this district, and
Pile under the influence of such potation, he en
paged in work cutting rushes in the great lagoon.
; ,K' ' S;'5'.1. ,,!:'v ,,Jvn rather more than half
; seas over, it the word " oiai will allow ot such
construction : for he would lay himsell down in
! water and sleep: altera time awaken and re-
sumo his cuttin r. then iisraia lav down in the water
., , , , " , .
wlieie he was nnd sleep, and so oil repeatedly.
The sueceedinir day he found himself with a cold
aild lever, yet notwithstanding, he went up the
mountains tj hunt wild ln2s for the feast his
would oblige him to dismount his horse re
' poatedly and lay down to rest and sleep on the
Prmd.' 1" eomi.anY.is having to assist him on
i his return. At Naialua vallate, where he called,
his Chin-iunn friend gave him ii.pior again, thence
he returned to Iris house and couch to winch he
was coillKicU uiiiu tleatn. aooui ntieeii uavs auer.
A foreign resident here, who married a relative ot
Kalanipoo, has informed me that in conversation
with him during his illness, the Judge regarded the
liquor given by the Chinaman as the pre-disposing
cause ot his ailments.
The other Cuiumuuicatioii states:
'A certain Chinaman trader had, but a short time
previous to the least alluded to. set up his business
in Wai.ilua. The 01st of July that year, I have
been told, was a day ot uncommon riot and noisi
ness tor this i. lace all reports that 1 have heard
indicating that spirituous drinks ot some kind were
J" " the establishment of the China-
Whether he supplied the lienors for the least.
reports d not say, but it must have been in store
somewhere. If I lemember liirht they had rather
mrtf Uian a ..jtu. pou)l thut.Vttt .aid-feast-some
lighting, it was told me. occurred to get into a room
hr li.piors. As the Judge was sick Irom whence
: came the lioiinr? it there were not an understand-
; ,Jlff wilh .' L.0.lsU,(1,.s . w!iy WlW nt SOn,e arrests
1 made? There is some mystery about the affair:
'uit a ni-nine le.s passed since U occurre.l.
. V now a,,, 1 j,"n V'1
, to be given by ( hinameii to natives, u is the oiin-
; ion ot some that a'ci-md ami water are the chuT
' ingredients, ihouph they may and do kivj. first
class liquors with which thev treat lorcignors.
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t. n.jjpct to have to refer to thus matter aaain.
,jut Vm vxlUyK.MXon (lf Mr. iettt.r lt.ave8 HS no
- alternative. It is always disagreeable to have to
: pp,.uk f,f any unfortunate circumstances attending
j the death of any one. Hut in this case, we think
: the authorities ought to know all the fuels, and if
there is any law potent enough to reach offenders,
' pet-sist for gain in dealinti out poisons under
! whatever name -to Hawaiian or others in,luw-
i J 11 l" n'- nauve race.s
; l""? lulj to a h,w any to sit by ami
I view this state of things lmlillerently. It is this
j w ithin reacu, lie nngnt pel naps uate recovereu.
Tin: Nkw Moknixii Stak. On Tuesday last, a
veiy interesting scene occuncd at the wharf where
this new missionary packet was lying, which was
very impressive of the deep interest lelt by the
liawulians adults as well as children, in this, the
" children's ship, v of which we gave an account last
week. At about 2 o clock, the Sabbath School
, cIiIJw. f UlC different Protestant churches, to the
; n,lml.r we slloll(, of u,,ut two thousand,
II1.irt.h,.d n proc.-ssion to the wharf, accompanied
j hy u.acl1.ra allJ ,n.lliy of t,ie ,ar,.ntH. Uut a
; viM 1OIt;on t)f t.u. immense crowd found places
ol)- V(,ssi,,( whk.h w.,s n.t,rav B,ive whh iu
vol;..)fll, shareholders, who seemed delighted with
I tU.r Mpr Tllo VMSl1 herself was iu holiday
; . u h hunXlng waviilg -m tbe breeze, and "a
! I;UvaliiUl flag at the fore. Prayer was
olfered by the Rev. Ir. Lowell Smith, and the Rev.
II. II. Parker, in the name of the Hawaiian chil
dren, welcomed Capt. Pinhaui and his beautiful
craft to these shores. Singing by the Kawaiahao
! choir and mo-t excellent singing it w as followed,
when Mr. Lingham responded. The services were
all in Hawaiian, and there was such a dense crowd
that our reporter was unabie to get within earshot
of the speakers. As late as .1.J o'clock, P. M.. the
wharf and vessel were still crowded with eager
visitors. The number that visited her during the
afternoon must have been at least four thousand
persons, old and young, which is double the num
ber that witnessed her launch in Iloston. The
number of shareholders iu the little craft is stated
to be over lt.U.Di'il. of w hom some three or four thou
sand reside in this kingdom. The Muminj .S7-(r.
w e learn, will sail fur . Marquesas on Thursday next,
ami will touch at Hiio on her way thither. Revs.
T. Coat, and I. V. Parker go as delegates irom the
Ni.w Roads. The Government road over the
'(, iu Kahiiku, Hawaii which is both difficult to
make and expensive to keep in order, has been
lately undergoing extensive working under the
supervision of Mr. Thus. Martin, of Waiohtnu. He
has just finished four miles of the worst portion of
the road, making it straight, filling up the de
pressed portions by causeways, and pulverizing
the i'i to a coarse sand with which to cover it.
Thus far the road has been made eight feet in
widi.ii. which is sufficient for a cart to pass along.
The work is to be continued, so that in time the
long reach over the na will be bridged by a passa
ble and easy road. This is one of the roughest
spots on the whole Island, it being impossible for
either man or beast to cross the lava How. outside
of the road, and as it is on the route from Kealake
kua to the volcano, the pains and aches of tourists
will be much relieved by the new road in progress.
the law. bv selling intoxicating drink'- to native
born subjects of the kingdom. Four different so
called hotels, hate been pulled up"' recently; two
of them fined by way of a warning so the prose
cuting ofiicer said in the sum of fifty dollars each,
and the other two were remanded for sentence to
day. Quel v do the governni'-nt mean reallv to
t?i;. n,.fari,,s ,ranic .f liquor to natives, or is
it ollly a j,t.ri()lii0 ,a,mod:c effort to raise funds?
Si ;ai: Mit. 1. K-'H S.u.k. The first sale of one of
the plantations involved with the firm of Walker.
Allen & Co.. h advertised to take place in this city
on Tuesday ti.-.- 'Jt!i of April. It is that of the
Messrs. Chamberlain, and has a small but good
mill, with about fifty tons of sugar to take off this
year, aud :t larger crop to follow. There is con
siderable cane land near by. owned by natives,
which can juobably be leased and brought under
cu'tivatii ii. iu connection with this mill.
I.t"T yi-ir's t-bes.. rrrp is thus estitnited in re-.undj : A"a
ro.'.tl'A'.COO, Tor pe ItsoV.COU, Aig-ri.-a 24,2,."U-, Africa
...s, 00 1. and 714 faj.
1 Kn.ttT o: Cii-.r..iiTr. A icccnt law pa.-sed in
Torn, says the I'aiiama 7ir. confers on all foreign
ers, who have resided in the country for upwards
of five years, the right of voting f r the election ot
President of the republic cud members of Con
gress : and we understand that several lhili-h rcsi-
i ih'nts in Aretpiipa coiisulul Lord Stanley as to
whether, if they tok advantage of this law and
voted, they, in any way .orfciled their rights as
; lit iii -li subjeits entitled to the protection of the
Ihitish government, in any question with the l'eru
vian government. In answer. Mr. Hammond has
: addressed a dispatch to Her Majesty's Consul iu
I-lay to the fallowing effect :
After consulting the Law )f;ic rs of the Crown
upon the matter. ll;s Lordship is if opinion that
by claiming and exercising the right of voting for
' the election id' President of the Republic and Si em
bers of Congress, liritish subjects would, to a very
great extent, incorporate themselves in the Peru
vian nation, and would render it extremely ditli-
, cult, perhaps impossible, for Her Majesty's Jov
ornir.ent to render them ofi'uial protection in any
mutter which might arise between themselves and
the government of Peru. It. therefore, they choose
to take this step.it must be with a clear under
standing that they will be liable to be considered
and treated as Pel avian subjects, within the terri-
' tory of Peru."
This new Peruvian law appears designed, to give
certain rights of citizenship on aliens, w ithout their
taking the oath of allegiance, and the decision of
the liritish tJovernment is that such aliens practic-
ally become citizens, by accepting the privilege of
voting. This is directly in opposition to the old
maxim "once an Englishman, ulways an English
man." A (Jvkki: KKrKiTvei.K. Happening f.nto the
office of a Judge the other da v. a native lawver
came in. when the following Colloouv ensueil
Your Honor, I would respectfully ask that a de-
cision may be rendered in the case of lllauk vs,
l'ash. for divorce, which I submitted lor your
Honor's consideration several weeks ago." "Ah.
yes," was the reply. " the decision is yet in my
i-jut : in due time it will be forthcoming." The old
; native idea was that the seat of the miud was not
1 in the head, but in the bowels, and thus they still
term a bad-hearted or revengeful man, "opu hio."
AsoniKit Vktkkax Pii.ot Pkckaskd. A line
: from Mr. Conway, dated Kawaihae, Hawaii, informs
: us of tlie death at that place on the 1 Cth iust.. of
; CuitisroriiKii IIk.ikky. or as he was more generally
'called, "old Kit the Pilot."' His complaint was
: bronchitis. Kit was a native of Workington, in
the county of Cumberland, north of England, and
j was about sixty years of age. lie had resided in
; Hilo some 2S or 30 years, and had acted as Pilot
of that port for a number of years.
To ihc KUUr of the P. l A.hertlser: j
Sut : The dilemma in which the law courts are
: at present placed, seems to be viewed in only one !
light which is formidable enough. The Attorney
! General, they say, would be an excellent successor
i In tho iloi-eflfioil JuiltTi. 1ml r:llllliit. tie .sioil-eil from !
;,. . ... , . , .... .,
his present position, and, in addition, cannot trans -
act business in Hawaiian. The first objection is
I valid, but is the second ? which must apply to any
i adequate nominee, if a foreiguer, and any other is
j out of the question. Why is an Interpreter out of
,. . -v-
; calculation 111 the adjustment of the difheulty ? Not
j the class with which we are familiar, obtained as
i jobbers, iu a hurried and light manner, w ho look
; more at an influx of lnkv gain, than at the duties
I . , . , ; V 4- .1-111
! required, but one selected from the island-born
! and educated, with all the qualities eminent and
! conspicuous, which are necessary aud bottomed
, upon a substantial and permanent salary of at
! least 2.000 per annum : for less than that will not
meet the expenses of an ordinary good livelihood
! . .. . ... 1 i-'u 1 ..i.
j 111 these times of high prices, w hich are about 40 to
! .r0 per cent, higher than they were a few years ago.
j And this salary must be made unattainable by the
! near ami short sighted, and conscientiously scrupu-
m . -a ail
Ions in spMiilin twm nation s iuoih'v- Iuaword. to
1 J '
' be efficient, the office must be endued with the
j th'ittcitt of respect protected by the same security
; of continuance, as the best, thereby preventing in
i calculable evils inherent iu a make-shift policy for
the sake of economy, which would leave the vitals
; of the national well being, of sound lnw and -!
fllnchinij principle, as a secondary object only.
'' When the French commenced the protectorate at
Tahiti, the Cist law cases were principally between
! the former English residents among themselves,
' some of them weighty and difficult, particularly
j ship cases, and partnerships. In such a stain of
I things, an KiwK.sh magistrate was preferred bv the
Governor whose decisions were translated verv
elegantly in weekly issues in' French, and sonie
; times in both languages. After a time the cases
i Lonmnii VkiT n.i i o 1 1 is Ts k 1 - 1 s n wl i n n v n 1 4v"fc 1 . n
referred to the arbitration of the prominent mer-
chants, while the ordinary cases increased so fast
: that a competent French Judge, or an lnterj,reter
became inevitable. The Governor preferred the
, e i-rc i. .i i . -i-
latter at that time of difficulty, as the least evil in
a Rabel of languages, and diversity of thinking
1 , . . . rri ii ii i
and interest. The measure worked very well and
j satisfactorily to all parties; but it was happily
! founded on a wise selection of the individual who
! was. I think, a Genevese, simple and mild in man-
ners. fair and upright in constructions of evidence
ami speaking and translating L'nglisb accurately,
and of course lie was at home in the French. The
F'reneh code of laws was th' governing authority
of the community, wilh some printed local laws in
There are some young men here of Hawaiian
birth as to country, well educated in all business
knowledge, one of whom, might be selected pos
sessed of sense, talent and courteousuess, and of
thi,ruih acquaintance with the Il'nr'iii-iii language,
whose imperative necessity of knowledge is a paral-
lei case with the one just referred to f.f English-
There appears no reason why it should not meet
the demand, if the ra-j for gpeed can only be de-
t ached from an intellectual object, and efficiency
allowed lo substitute it. Yours. Ac. S.
All about 1'oiaon.
Mis. Ei.itoi: : I am naturally a nervous man, trip, at which those interested, embracing many of
and dreadfully hate to hear or read about murders our wealthiest and most prominent citizens, will be
... - ,, , i.i.i present. A like experimental trip will next be made
and suicides, especially those brought about by Jn the r,e,ence of invi,ed guest, also of leading cili
poison. The very word poison, has something zes. After these preliminary operation, on or about
horrifying about it to my mind. Judge, then, of : the 2lih of this month, the public, guaranteed
the condition into which inv- nerves were thrown 1 against disappointment, will hate an opportunity cf
on Wednesday last, after reading (imprudently. I
confess) the two-column article in the government
newspaper, entitled Poisons and their Antidotes."
What are we coming to! Have the Ministry con
cluded that we are not dying fast enough by natu
ral causes, and therefore suggest and point out
shorter and more pleasant ways of getting out of
their way. Anyhow, I should like an explanation
of that ominous and dreadfully learned article col
lated from late medical works. For instance, if I
or my Mary Ann should happen by accident to put
arsenic into our tea in mistake for white' sugar,
where on ear' h or under the earth are we to find
the "hydrated sesqtiio.xide of iron?"' a large dose
of which we are informed is the antidote. If the
Minister of the Interior keeps the stuil', it ought to
be made public Mr. IMitor, I protest against the
government press. even if it does have n medical
(?) man for its Director. giving publicity to such
sensational and alarming articles as the poison
story in the last iiziV'.
Yours ia trepidation. Pr.Ki'MV!:.
Mit. F.niToit. I beg the privilege of occupying a
few lines in the columns of your valuable paper,
on a subject which, though private in some degree,
is however of general interest. Having recently
made a trip from Ililo in the schooner Annie. I
desire to recommend her to the traveling public ns ;
a safe and comfortable vessel, and Capt. Rabcock, :
her commander, as a skillful seaman, and very gen- .
. , . ...... 1 i
tlc.aanlv and attentive to his passengers. '
ours. A Passknufr. :
Thf Scpheme CoiitT Of the nine Judges of the !
1 Supreme Court of the United States, five including i
Chief Justice Chase were appointed by the late '.
President Lincoln, and eight out of the nine are !
Alrsmdre I'ainas, Jr., waa rwmljr asked, IIuW
bappt-us it yiu on longer go into compsnj V
cause I uw cotnpany uit.ie n.r ixor. ptnpij, aud I
diJ net iL.ake eaiupitny tuorv sprightly."
President Johnson has retokvj ih te)iatar of
the consuli to the V !?tjtcs (rota the following rrwit
t)uiern:nnii, in ouseijueuee of their censultdatiou
with Prus.-i : From l hr kiogdoiu of li mover, from
the Kleciorate ( llesse, from the Iluchy of Nuasart,
t:J trotu the Muuicipiiiiy tf rrankfurt.
The Archbishop ef Paris lets just iisar l a pnntera!
letter ordering prayers tor the tvyrrri;n PuouJ.
Th.e ceWt raivd puuihrr liunler, M. llenbertnt-l, hae
left Mrsi iiles (ot a iitsr cauipuiu in Atrica ag linst
Wise PowMtn t. Hifii W ho is wise ? He that
Irarns trum any one. V ho ia powerful f H that
governs bis pasaiotis. Who is rich.' He that la
The pe- ple of Chicago, who went into ecstaeie
over the supply of pure water recently introduce 1
into the city I ruin Like Micbikptn, are now puxxlinjt
their brains with the problem of bow to get rid of
the dirty wter. They are afraid to torn it into tb
Ittke lest it will return through the tuonrl.
The Ar;y Icradttfck (German Punch), has again
an excellent wcod cut, Xiiruarci,' it tho uniform of
a Pru.-t.iu I.HnJachr soldier, and armed to the rry
teeth, asks NtM)leon, who i dreui.'J French
oldit-r, ' ci me, let us measure and pee wbo ia tbe
taller of us two .'" Napolemi re pi i en : Plcaee
wait yvt a little,' till my new high heeli are done."
A project is on foot in London for an Immense
temperance club, to hae a capital cf half a million
dollars, an. a building that shall contain, twaij
lecture hull, reading, class, dininjf and billiard
rooms, pjiinaiuni, hath rooms, &c , aj artmetiti kr
about five hundred resident member.
Captain Samuels is the man to whom the credit o
the victory of the Henrietta in the Ocean Yacht race
belongs. It is lie who ciosstd the Atlantic in tbe
.. - i i, i iorii n
'i'TP" f"'? 'S" P ,B f rJJ-
dtys and U bouts, biatitix Ihc tiuie of the llturtrtta.
which was 13 days and 'J'J hour. The yacht in
this race, were about HlK) tons burthen. The fastest
steamer time aori ss the Atlantic is that of the Scotia,
which arrived at Qaecnstown last July C-'SJ) in eight
days nine hours aud four minutes. Capt. Samuels
pels the bubstautial compliment ol $5,(100 for this
A manufactory lor making printers' type of ul
can'ucJ India rubber has btcu started at Dalston,
England. This new kind of tye is said to be quickly
made, and to be fully equal iu quality and durability
to the common type, tbe cost price being only one
third ef the latttr. It o tiers the advantage of less
weight as compared with metal type, kud it can be
remodeled when worn It presents particular ad
vantages Tor stereotyping. The invention is Ameri
can, and is fail to be making rapid progress in
Stkalino a Cblw. The sailor boarding runners
have become a great nuisance in San Francisco. The
Bui lit in relates the following as one of their exploits :
" The ship Afarmion, which arrived Tueedxy from
Yokohama, was boarded, while on her way up the
bay, by a gang of sailor boarding-house runners,
who enticed tbe crew away before the ship ciuie to
anchor. The pilot. Gliding the ship short-handed,
set a signal of distress in the rigging, and oflioers
Sclliiigi-r and Nolan cf the Harbor Police, at once
boarded her, but too late to be of service in arresting
i Dksi'khatk Ficht witu thk Tioer. The New York
, (v..(n u a ,Utle more eip,icU ,bout ,ha, gn
! game of fliro in j;ew Voik. Ueo. 12th. It says :
i "The moat vigorous and pertinacious Bght against
j the tiger ever made in tliis country came off on
I Wednesday night last. The assailing party was an
ex member of Congress of this city, while the bank
j WM DHcke(1 by a member elect. The attacking party
l,.ft the scene of conflict at 0 A. M on Thursday, the
j winner of 124,000. We think this aflair has no
parallel in sporting annals. Weare glad of it. lien.;
i it will help set you on your feet again, and John
; Mn afforJF,0 it. A', 0De time in the evening
; Mr Wood was the loser to the extent of fSO.OOO,
. but cool persistence iuduced the change of fortune
j recorded above."
' Patinu tub National Debt. The London Sptc
ia . lo the prospect of our paying up
1 the Americ-iu national debt ere long, remarks :
; It wiU be ,hc grcatMt dced democracy has eer
: done, the one which will come most clearly home to
; property-holders, which will meet rnpidly dissipate
, e 'Jea that democracy is distinguished by " an ijr;-
UUI Bill lUiUwilciivv vj a a a Aativu. vb ' aaaa luuirpi o -
7- u n. -i-: v iM .
ton to DAT up honorable claims. ro ueDotism will
be able to show such a financial account, no consti
tutional monarchy a better one, and successful
finance tells heavily with cultivated mankind. The
tide of immigration will set iu with double rapidity,
and the last remaining deterrent lo British North
America will have beeu removed. Meanwhile,
whether the dream ia fulfilled or not, America, so
long as she raises this surplus, possesses a force of
which it is difficult to estimate tbe ezteut, csu, for
! sn..l w.iknn a li.saei a ninaK sass k sa bIi.Ia
0UtlJ of (freat Britftin upon hcr ,rmy d nay.
j can wa.te every year without increasing her taxes as
S much as the loan with which Napoleon paid for his
; Italian campaign.
i New York, Feb. 1. The Panama Uiilroal Corn-
! pany will probably succeed in buying a renewal of
their charter, when they will begin the exteusion or
their roal to the island.
The Herald' Santiago correspondent of January
O.I arawct tliA fnfoiirn rtiprliattnn hftwpfin inn .lliaul
j Kepublics and Spain has been defiuitely rejected. A
' vigorous prosecution of the war has been determined
j upon. Mediation on the part of the United States
I wa9 "ke'1 f0.rwa'd "'chly. It was believed
! that a proposition for adjustment from that quarter
j woulJ nCcepted. H
j , .
The Chilean Ooiernment had received reliable in
! . .. . c ..,.t: ..
, formation that Spain was making every preparation
j fP W)4r ftud would reiuforce the naval division of
i Rio Janeiro. Valparaiso was rapidly becoming im-
pregnable, lhe silica tlcet was being male reaJy
for au expedition.
The Feniav Bpsiskss The Chicago Tribune
seems to express tbe opinions of most intelligent per
sons, lo the effect that a candid reviewer of the
whole agency of Stephens must concede that the
weight of testimony proves that that individual has
bei-n engaged in destroying the Fenian organization,
and placing its leaders and its men in the hands of
the British Government, using the money of the
Order fur its own destruction, and for the corruption
of its chosen le .der. Should Stephens be successful
iu this matter successful in betraying his country,
men into the bands of tbe English Government,
while he will take high rank in the long list of those
Irishnitu who have proved false to their own conn.
j ,ry be nevertheless strike the cause of Irish
; freedom a more dcadily blow than it has received for
j half a century.
Thf. Fi ting Maciiike It is announced by those
engaged in the enterprise, that the first carriage, or
Avitor, of the Aerial Steam Navigation Conpany,"
will be completed within a period of three weeks.
The Company will first make a private experimental
witnessing the performances of the first practical
aerial machine, sailing through the air, " like a
thing cf life,' to any given point. The plans of the
Avitor, it is stated, have been eummitted to ecietiSo
men and engineers of the first rank, who, one and all.
express their perfect confidence that tbe principle is
correct, and the present carriage will completely
succeed. The novelty and absolute simplicity of the
idea, caused some surprise that it should have re
mained so long unrealized. Arrangements have
been made for the conveyance to the ground of thirty
thousand people, when the show comes off, and with
the agents of Wells, Fargo & Co., for the sale of tick
ets for such conveyance at their offices throughout
the State .S. F. Call.
The Tt.wrKa of tiik South We read in the
Washington Dttp -Ach :
At the right time, if the President cf the United
States stands firm in his purpose to protect the Con
stitution, the chick to the march cf despotism and
f maticisrii will be given by these forces combined.
Tbey will drive the usurpers from their scats of pow
er. They will restore the Constitution of our coun
try. They will preserve free institutions to America.
There can be no reasonable doubt of the result.
Already the Southern people have given evidence of
their capacity as eoldiers. In this approaching con
flict, for conflict there will be if Congress attempts to
destroy the btmes, tbey will have Dearly half of the
North as allies, and will be themselves united.
ill be no room for compromise after the first blow.
There can be no divisions of sentiment on the side of
Conservatism and Freedom and Union. The Con
servatives will be aniaiatcJ by tbe most pt wtrful
lhcy will ngbt to the knife, and
then to the hilt
An l Jct in ","iW of 8ucb a display of temper our
erring countrymen have the injustice to charge us
wi,h treachery and lack of magnanimity for no! con-
eenting to restore them at once, without any ifs or
ands, to their ante-war condition, in the Union, to
charge us with cruel distrust " for not permitting
them at once to resume the reins of authority and
assist to make and unmake laws for the whole coun-
try ! Clearly the indulgence in such threats and
talk n.s this will not hasten their restoration.