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BV E. P. ADAMS.
FIREWOOD! FIRE WOODI
On Saturday, - - June 3d,
VU'o lock in. jfi at i-ain Room will l.c
toMm I'lIiiI' Aii'tion
90CORDSof FIRE WOOD,
his( l-nii(l(3(l ox Ninlto,
K. P. ADAMS Auct'r
AUCTION SA1B !
At flic Kvsiilvtiueof lr. Iliifrliliison,
ON WEDNESDAY, JUNK 7th,
llOt Si "-ill I" -old tlio nnilri
iv pun as 1'oi.i.owh-
rhino Formorly Owned by Dr. E.
V'n nch Walnut Centre Table, fiofas and Lounge.
Hookers mid Parlor Chairs, Whatnots,
I'lcturtu anil Ornaments, Hon Hook Case,
Kos Tables, Chinese I.ambcrklns with Cornices.
Multilist ir Sowing jlncliiiio in Perfect
Order; lltimlsoiiic iVunlrolio,
Dining Tabic tml Dining Iloom Furniture,
Kltclirn Knrnlliirs 1 Top llnjtsy. 1 Open llii?
1 tlond Set of Double Harnett,
I L'arrlagr Horse, sound and gentle. 1 Iljilrli'
I Parlor Rifle, Veranda Chairs
(iantrn llosiv Tool", Arc., Ac.
r.. V AUA.MS Anci'r
ESI ATE OF JOS. BOOTH
II y virtue of uii order of salo Ismed by lion. LauTcuic
McCnlly, I'lrat Assurlalo Jiiftlcc of tlio Huprcmu ronrt,
I am Instructed to offer at Public Auction, at ray Jalm
Saturday, June 17th
At 1! M. at my Sales Itoom, that
Parcel of I-and
SITUATE ON THE
COR. OF HOTEL AND NUUANU STS.
AND KNOWN AS TIIE
Inturiiutioiinl Hotel Property!
T1IK IIUILDINGS AM) IMPHOVL-
The WHOLE LOT will, by order of tho Conrt, be nrsl
OfTcrt-it t the Upset Price of FORTY THOUSAND DOL
LARS. Should there be no Piirchanrat lbl ttp
Trice, the Lot nil) Hi en DC (Subdivided and
Sold In Throo Portions,
In accordance with the report and snrvcyof Curtis J
Lyons, nuw on Ilia In the Court, which can be seen
DRUGS AMI MCUICLMIS
LargeBt Stock and Most
In the Hawaiian Ialaude.
As the srcntir portion of our Block la obtained from
first hands w j arc enabled to
Only the Best Qualitv.
HOLE AOESTS FOJt THE
J, C. AYER COMPY.. LOWELL, MUSS.
- AM) THE -
Ortwi Perfmnery Co, Loudon.
PARKS, DAVIS & CO.,
Homemathic Medicine Co., New torn.
C3-. Gr. C3- J? 33L,
WOOUHl'HV. N 0
AngHht VIowors itml Oorimin .Synip
CELLULOID TRUSSES I
Wartautcd not to Uustl Hreakl or West out
Cumfally prepared by au experienced FhsDiaeUt
at any hour of thu uljht or day, nt
iBLLimi & m
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
AU NUUANU HT
.JNO. FOWLER & CO.
toeds, England, wo prepared to
rURNIBH PLANS AND KSTIMATE8
Steel Portable Tramways,
With or without Cr aud Locomotives,
SjkcUII) adacd Tor Sus'ur Vlautatlou 1
l'srtuaucnt UalUaji.lth locomoUxcs and cnr.
TVwttou Ensiuos aud Uoad Looouiotivei.,
Stoaiu VlouaWus aud OullivsticKMiicUlnory,
I'ortJtblo Ewjtucs for U uurpoios,
Winding KufincK for Inclines.
iVtalo-ui with Illustrations. Modeli, ud 1 hoto
ski ollu ibive I'liuts and liacblncry may be sen
sXpihws of Vvfi'fi$s.
U, W. M ACFAltLANK. & CO..
.. Agenta fur Jno. I'onkr J
"" "Tiwi" L'lour ! Flour I
UMIKM .JAVP T rXUlVV I'Mll'M
Rti-ainrr Llkellk iliteito Honolulu rcli liiini.u.,
at p. x., tnnchlni at Lahslna, Jlul" '!.v- Makma
Mshnlons, Kawslhae. Lanpahoe hoe snd Win.
Hemming will touch at all ths nhove ports, arriving
at Itunelnln feh gnnday. st
o- rnllt fur I'nssnire Jloin'J. 1l
We positively refuse to open aceounu for Panares
nd wn particularly call th ittcntlon of the tmdlnit
nubile to the ncicsslty of having UagKire and Krelcki
plainly marked! Hie Bteamsr will not be reaponslblt
lor any nnmarked IlagesRe, or for Freight or Parcel,
nnleaa Itrcripleil )"r.
Freight Mont; Duo on Demand.
In all caca of fri'lcht ferpartUa not rnponlble, or
nnfcnnnn.the freight, monsy will be required In advar.ee
PACK UlJi nl t.Kll'OltN Mini I.M 111
III: IM.AIM.V .1l.tllKi;i
for the party horn they ore for, or plainly elated In the
receipt to whom tbey an consigned
All demands for damage or loss rnnst be made wllhla
In no way llshle for Ions or accident to live mock.
ter Hck Drivers, Hoys, and sneb like, will not bo
allowed on board tho Steamer on arrival, until after thn
passengers hate been landed.
OT WILDr.lt K CO
A. .WANK COOKB3,
AHESTFOItTlin I'OI.LOWINtl COASTEItSt
Wnllnlo, . Mrtlolo
Wnloll. 7; Jnlin
Wnlnhn. jtfiWt Wnimnlti.
Gen. Slegnl (jr!, Knlnnn,
IM will. While Hill. Office fotiierof ijneu
and Niinann .Streets I
PLANTERS LINE R)R SAN FRANCISCO
,tv.j c. Drowor & Co. -Agents.
iw Merchandise received unrnirc li''. '5!ft
aud liberal cash advances made on shipments livthls
lie. TSO ly C. firtEWEK C'O.
No. 105 FORT ST.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
l.imji: Additions to Tltttr Stock of
Avd With to Keep it D'forOtt Public,
That They will NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
WE HAVE THE
LARGEST STOCK !
WE HAVE THE
I. attest Styles.
AND WE WILL SELL AT
CALL AND SEE
TELEPHONE No. 140
lOS 'ort Strreet
llli: LAItOIMT AMI JIOST
- TO TIE
FOUND IN HONOLULU !
We arc Constantly tn Hccclpt of
Fresh Supplies !
Most Reliable Manufacturers
I Till: V.MTKU NTATKS.
P. Lorrillad & Cos
Tin Tag Tobaocos,
Vanity Fair Tobacco and
iarjx. xx c3L
CIGARS, MEERSCHAUM !
Hollister dc Co.
WUoksule and Ktlull TobacrouUU.
an xriMNU wrwetrr.
Walluku Pol Factory
BEST QUALITY OF PA1AI MA
nfcttdceniUutly. All orders filled with dli-
K. a. RAH ET
Prices of Cartage :
ON AND AFTER MAY I,
Tho follonlnsr 1'ltlt'I.N will bo Charged
On All Sugnrs, Kicc, Coals, looso &
bnggcdj Iron, Machinery fo
or 'WtTUt:-.On All SuKars ami IIIcc will bo
VJcls. per ton ofSCCOlbs. within the follow Inebounda.
riis i'.K.ii. ivAiti;inn.M:, ri:.tii:it's
Ml i:i and tho I IT V ritT. on a lino of the aboc
named Warehouse; alio, rito.il llltr.Kltrt 4'n.N
MAitrjDT.iM'i 11 ,iiAiti(i:r wiiAitr
From Esplanade to tho tjneen Klrect Wlnrf. a;ij cts.
All rHujar .ind Rlci tobi' Del U end on the Wharf, nnd
NOT CM THE VESSELS' RAILS AS FORMERLY; OR IF DE-
LIVERED OH TIIE VESSELS' RAILS 37 1-2 CTS. PER TON
Coal, bapKcd. STKc per ton, C! 10 lbs.
Coal, loo.c, Wc jur ton, WIU Ilia., or any part
I. t of Coal ovir M) tons, 10c per ton.
(.'.uiIiir nnd rilluR Coal, per agreement.
Brick, $1 peril.
Brick, pressed, Sl.&n per ji.
l.ln.c, a"Kc per load.
Cement,.! He per load.
Merchandise lo F.ond, 37!4c per bIurIc load.
1'iora llond. Wc per alngio l ad.
Molassri, 37K'- per slnsle load.
(Icneral Merchandise to the Island Steameia and
bchooncrs, toe. per (inelc load,
ilenvral Jlerchandl.c. cicluilto of the above, 37ViC
per load or ton, IncliiUIni; the follonlni; bound-
arlcsi Ilerctanla, Alakea ond Jlaunakcn HH
and City l'ront.
Iron and Machinery. Wlc per tun or load.
Extra Machinery and ales, per nsrecnicnl.
Lumber, SOc per JI.
Posts. He i.aLli.
llubbl.h nnd lllrl. Wc per tlnslc load
Iloau, 5c i-acli,
lllaeli Sand, per special agreement.
) hllo .-and. JJ.W per (liiiilo load.
ood, Wc per cord.
Furniture, per ajreement
From tho City Front to any of tho
Following Placos :
Kukul Street, COc pur Inelc load.
School Street, between Emma and Urldgc,7c per
Walnlula. second brldce, $1 per Blnelu load.
Judil e trcct. SI W pir .InRlolond.
Ice Works. $iW.
Leleonnd tchool Streets, $1 per elnclo load,
l'uuniil. JSpirslr.cIo load.
Koholnlna. 1 pir Mnclc load.
Kakaakao. JI per slnijle load. .
Alarals, (I'alatno). $f.W per single load.
oiler's, lwmhl. Si per lnclc load.
Pauoa S-.Wpcr Mtiple load.
I'linua, SI. SO per rlnulc lo.ul.
Panahou, $2 per nlnr;lo load.
Innanc Asylum. S2.5U per slnplo load.
Alapal (I'aUnis). S'.iO pir tinKlo load.
To Uuy't Ponder Jlajazlnc, SS per slnqle load of
1000 lbs or less.
rrom(JT't J'11"''" J ojailnc, 3 per slnclo load of
10U0 lbs. or I'ss.
Quctn'ii IIiwpliil T5c perslnclc load,
Kcrosc-ni- Hnuse, 71c pcrsliiRle load.
Oahu Prison, $1 per tingle load.
HonATIO O CKABUE,
S. JI. CAItTER,
W. V. SHAKWATT,
UEDUAKD & CO.
GEO. II. H011ERTS0K,
, , JUtS. O. I'. WAHD.
57 6t (F. Hecstace. JIanaytr.)
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
WE mo CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
LAllOE ADDITIONS TO OUK STOCK 01"
And aa no purchase In Larco Lots FOR CASH,
Are Enabled to Sell as Low
as any Other Firm.
And Htvlnj; thu LAKOEST STOCK In the Kingdom,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT,
lluyors would do well to obtain our prices
before orderln" clsuwbcrc.
WE HAVE A FEED MILL FOR
ar IN OOOD 0HDEn,-9
With Belts and Pulleys !
Will Grind from 1 lo S Toua per Day.
Wo aro Soli. Accnts for the " Hoover Telephone,"
Tho Cheapest. Simplest and Best In Use
Solo ARCnta for the " Patent Spring Carte." Any
person rtrnlrlnc; ono of these Carts, cau proenre them
uiie .i-l.u inrouyn us man oy
nsklni; jour r.rocer"
for one, or ha Ing It made lien:.
&i am iuj am
i.aixi: .v en.
SUGAR PLANTER5 !
TESTED TIIE EFFI-
clcncvof "Hallidlea' Patent Wire Iloncwav" for
carrying buRar Cano I have imrchascd from Mr. A. 3.
Ilallldlu the caclueho right of said Patent for the
Hawaiian Islands, and hereby rIic notice that lam
prepared to furnish material or contract to erect llnis
of any desired length or capacity. I
IAI11VI IlilVI.BIVU 111 IIIV IIMIiaUlll .H.IUII III Ullji. I
Cam;, busar Fuel or -MirchandUe especially nter
broKcn and dlOlcult urimndare lr.ltcd to Inspect the
line Mornmc upon my nianiauon ui neana, or 1110
profile of tho amoonlcw at theoulccof Wm. O. Ir
ln t) Cu., Ilonnlnln. Any Information ulll hu
I'hccrfully given by the nuderslsued 01 by Mr. J. M.
Thompson, care -Messrs Iruln A. Co.. who will visit
localities where Ilnis may be desired, and make pro
flics and estimates for the same
Ml 76 Z. a. Sl'ALDINU.
ALL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
A XI) AIjTj parties either in
Ilonciuik at any of the Islands In the Group
In Want of Employees
Will please muVc their acts knonn to the under
lined, who will do all lu their power to fill their orders.
I. C. JOSES. Jr. ")
J. II. ATHEUTOS. Kmidoytaint Ooininlttco
II. r. 1ULLIN0IIAM. ) Y il. C. A. 57873 Cm
AJjAKEA STREET, 1IONOET7EU.
MUSIC LEanOSS AMI UbE OK I'lANO for
practlcs. Tvrms. In advance, l per jvctk; JI per
tar UniAflll.ll .III'.MO IIIIUH nwiTK
kivati: roll AIIVI.TN. -a boam
AN IMEORTANT QUESTION.
MULES FOR SALE !
15 Fine Mules For Sale,
To arrive, per "Lady Lampoon."
C BltCWEIl A CO
Billiard Tabic For Sale,
IN PERFECT ORDER, STKAHIjE
I A IIJOHES ruako- I'hclsu A Collendcr uihlun.".
marble bsd. Forpartleolarsuniolreal
a COjlMUItOIAL. BILLIARD rATlLOHS
and China Teas. "I all grides and qnilltlM.ln
cludlnt soma superior Teas UOLLEM ACQ.
EC. DAKE, 05 MERCIIANVS
Kicbaucr. Istht inly autberlicd Ae'it f the
Fnits la tso Froeico, Ttu tutlBDiY I'atss can
always he seen on Bin In his odce. 80
ni.r:ivt:n im:k iiahk uai.aki'.v.
etneral lot of Oood Red Saloon, In barrcts.andtn
ictOrdtr-a Flat AtlleU I10LLES4 CO.
lOir.ED UNSEED PAIXT OIL
J J Kw Linseed Paint 0 1.
Lard Oil, for Lubricating,
npusrdi or W lbs. I;
Ua Unseed Paint Oil. Warrcnted th pare AUieU
. wascsuiopini sur
n naeka-ta of I lb. aud
'alnt Brushta In rrsal
Allot which, will be sold at Frit's by
Whcrta many complaints liatc been made to this
Department that mtotn Public Koads on several Is
lands ham been closed orobstrucUd by owners and
ccfnple-s of land adjolnlnc contlRiious to such roads,
Therefore all persons who have cauied any such
roads lobe cloied arc hereby notified to remove such
obstructions and open such rovls within one month
from this date, othem lie prottcotlon will bo Instituted
without further notice. SIMON K. KAAI,
.Minister of Interior.
Interior Orileo, Juno 2d, IS6J. 71 WS
COLLECTOR OENEHAIS OFriCE. I
Tho followlnc Goods haio been seltcd under the
Revenue Laws, and If not claimed nlthln twenty days
will bo held condemned, and sold at Public Auction!
II II in diamond, No. I, Honolulu, 7 pk-fpi Eartbtn
Stoves, ex sa Ho Chtinff, Aug 19lh, mi
K 8 0, M pVrjs Chinese 1'iovislons, tx n Zcalsndla,
April Slut, 1992,
Also vlll be sold, for Duilc. and Charrea. If not
claimed within twenty days!
Auk Lorancc. Honolulu, 2 cs Private Effects, e si
Zcalandla. Feb 27lh, 1630.
JI 8 G A Co, II In diamond. "2 bis Honp, e Cll) of
Nankin, Aug SMh, ISbO.
B N Wlneate, I pkci W V Ilullcrllclil, 1 pkn; 11 in
diamond, Honolulu, I pkgs n 8 llURcapVcsj II H A.
Co, No rn), I pka; n , in, 1 Ulack Trunk: n I tn, 1 c Oil;
S & Co, 1 pkn Mrs Wm Paty, ICohsla. 1 pkjr; Ira Drad
show, I pkp;; W II Wlnc'iall. I pkcl Chas Kcrausttr, 1
pkrt rctcr JleKetitlf. Illlca. I pke! J B Cnttlnc,2pki,
W. F. ALL
Ju.ic ItTu.thoCominemoratlon Hay of Kamchamihi
I., f-illlnc on Sunday, JIONDAY, JU.NF. lSrn. nlll be
observed as a Public Holiday; and all Government
Offices throughout Hie Kingdom will bo closed on that
day. W. N. ARMSTHONtJ, f
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TO CREATE AN ADDITIONAL
PORT OF ENTRY AND DEPARTURE
OF VESSELS FROM FOREIGN COUN
TRIES IN THE COLLECTION DIS
TRICT OF KAWAIHAE, IN THE
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Bo it onnctcd by tho King and tho Legis
lative Assembly of tho Hawaiian Islands,
in tbo Legislature of tho Kingdom assem
bled. Section 1. Mabukonn, in the Island of
Hawaii and Collection Dibtrict of Kawai
hno, shall bo and is hereby created an
additional Port of Eutry nnd departuro of
Vessels from Foreign Countries.
Section 2. This Act shall take aflVct
and becomo law on tho Ibt day of July
Approved this Oth day of May, A. D.
90.1 KALAKAUA REX.
JUNE 3. ISPa.
All adcrtlscmenta for the biTvr.n.iT Fncsl must be
sent In by Friday noon. Ko Insertloua fortheennent
Uiue can he guaranteed when tent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they eharRC. Any not so marked
w 111 be char-cd S months.
THO"". O. TllItUM. .Manajfr.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
A tr- ArnericAii flan flits from tho U. S. Con
fculato. Tuu iorl ii ugaiu nearly destitute of Const
llocauns heem to bo partial to tlio hhippiuu in
Tut: City oWrie JVK-will bo duo from Australia
The Falli-iiiliuiy nnd i.7W nro evvctcd from tlio
Const with a mall.
Tus TourUta vill giro tUoirlnat perfonmuico
to-niclit ut tlio theatre.
The Huwaiinu trooi3 woro out furumooulir.lit
drill last Tuesday ovcnlnc.
'1'iiLBt wan no criiuiual buaiuens beforu tho
roliw Court on Thursday,
ABKtNur-MtNTd ctill continuo to luako tbo races
on the 11th of Juno n succc.
UoAacn'a excursion ill probably iirrito bytho
next tte.imor from 6ui i'ntnuisco.
Tiitar bavs betu a number of moonlight bout.
In paries in tbe barbor this week.
The atrnU aro in n fearfully dully condition,
woreo tbnn tliey have been for month.
Mtsa Am Vbd U nniiouucxxl to appear bvro on
tho nnlval of tbo bteatne r from Australia.
A ian.0- number of people bavo called to m.o Mr.
rnrneaux's iw!utins at tbe Governrcetit buildiuR.
buvtEAU Chiuamcu wcro couvictod in tbu l'olico
Court tbUwccltof bavitiK opium iu their oion.
CoBUMi'uMDWis tbould remember to append
tbiir names to corrispoiidcnco intended for publi
Tnc coinmnuication uudcr the boadiu "Mr.
Johnson Heviowed" was vrritten for liut -ok'4
Istno of the 1'llli.
Mb. E. C. MACMKUMiE of tbo ll'uap and Mr. K.
Townaend, of tbe Calf, arrived from Hawaii by
the Ufi4( latt tianday moruiuR-
w nv j,,,rllol tn 1.,Ae out of to-divii Pi
. ., vm.,.. .- " --
a largo amooat of cditorIM matter, conejndi.nc
ana news, ueing prea locspaev.
! TittitE wits nu nnuHU lly larre niimljcr of pcoplo
nt Knmin Srjuuro tin Tlmrndaynlfllit, lo Attend tho
H.ind concert, nml lu ptogr irame wns an oiccl-
The larRO brick linildluRi that hnvo been creeled
on Fort street, by Mesurs. Crtimbll. Wilder ivitd
Wntcrlionso, nro very nesrly oouipl.ted, nnd will j
soon bo occupied..
Tncr.e will be nu election for KnlnK'r of tlio ,
Iloitoluln Firo Dsrwrlinent nett Monday ;enlni;
st tlio roorui of JlocliAnlc ISnnlno Co. No. SJ. I'olls
oion from 7 to 9 r. m.
ItcAundertienibiit In nnotlier colnnm uf tlio
Mendelssohn Quintette Clab, who nra Announced
toRiro n porformancs In Hie Tliestro on tho nr
rlvnl of tlio City rfXtir Yorl:
Carutx Ilort, of 11. H. M. B. Champion, ban
kindly consented to throw Itio vessel open to nil
vlBltoro, forolRn nnd nttlve, on Sntidays and
lliutsdnys dtiriuit his ntny in this port.
Ma. What Tvrx)n's ornnu recttnl postponed
from Tttriday ovcnlnc v. Ill be Riven licit 'Incsdity
etsnfne nt tit. Andiow's cnthedrtl. Tlio pro
Rnumue li the s.'.ruo ns provlously advertised.
Mn. J. Kaukau, tcturntd tothoLopJslnturo from
Ibo "iockct borooah" of Knnuntnll, nrrlvod In
Honolulu last Sunday Us receive! 70, nnd Ka
Imkn, who was dofeatnd In Honolulu, fit uolei.
Mn. IIiLLENEr.urc hns promised to aponk for a
short limn to tho teachers nnd scholars In Tort
Street Sabbath School to-morrow (Sundty) tuorn
inu. We bitve no doubt but that there will bo n
If. U. M. S. Champion arrived off tho port from
Coqulmbo Inst Tuesday nlslit. Shu In built of
steel, Is 2S30 loins nioasuromont, ctrrlcs fourteen
Rtins nnd has n crew of 'JCa uion. Sho will proceed
lo Yokohama In n fow data.
Otvtso lo tliu ttato of hU health and tlio post.
Uo order of bin physician Mr. Hallonbeck will
not begin hh work until Sunday, Juno 11th. Ho
i clcadity iuiproviiiR, but it is thought wl for
him to lalco another week's rest.
'i he election for rcprcseiitatlvo from Honolulu
to Buccood Mr. Qibion, will come oT to-day. A
cnndidato who was not in avmpatliy with Air. Gib
s.ou nt tlio laic election ulll stand n rxk1 nliow.
Very lilt lo interest Deems to bo taken In it, oxcept
by candidates. Kunuinken appears to bo finite
Tlio Legislative procecdinns for l'riday, nnd tlio
Hpoecbcsof O. W. riilponudJ. Kaivabl 011 Wed
nesday, consnrliiK Mr. Gibson for Riving nn inso
lent reply to tho question of N.iwnlil, as lo tlio ills
IKisitioii of money appropriated for tbu household
expenses of tlio Palaco fortbo Iaat biennial period,
nro unavoidably crowded ont.
Following is tlio profirammo for tlio JJand
Concert nt Emma Square, at 1:80 p. 111. to-day :
Overture, Eintnn of ltcslmrfib, Mofcrbcer; Selec
tion, Btrndcllii. Flotow; l'olkn, Lcopoldinc, now,
I'nriuei HuiiBarinn Dance, Cinrdas, now, Knssel
inanii. Gavotte, Bteplinnlc, now, Czlbnlkai March,
Tbo Throo Guardsmen, mw, Missud.
Tiie thirtieth anniversary of Tort Street Church
Trill bo tho tliomoota brief nddros'sbyMr. Cruzan
on Sunday inornini;. Tho Lord's Supper will bo
ndminietcrud nnd members loeeived. In the
oveninj; Mr. Cruzan will speak upon tho question,
"Shall wo hao freo opium iu Hawaii?" "Gospol
Hymns" will bo used sit tbo ovonitiK BCrvico.
The American Minister, at tho request of tbo
Vetornns, who mot ou Decoration D.iv, and ninny
ulboru, haB oilled a uiootlnR of Anu-rfeans and all
others interested, to tike pluoj at tlio Hawaiian
Hotel, next Thursday oveninc, to miko pro
limlnnry nrransements for a tlttlni; culobratiou
of tho Fourth of July. It is to bo hoped that
ovory ono intorcstcd will bo present.
The Committee 011 tbo Eluveutu of Juno raccu,
finding tbat they could not Rot up tho stock exhi
bition spoken of, havo inado necessary changes in
tho proRramrau so a3 to make a full day's sport for
Monday. Tbo U.iturdav races will bo tuoioorirjin
atly entered for both days. Tho intention is to
make Monday, which has been BOhcted for tbo
public holiday, tho irincipal day. Heo advertiso
monl for latest changes.
Mn. V. A. Coulteu, in his studio at No. 103
FortBtreot, iscnRnccd iu paintinK Foster &. Co.'s
Steamers, the Iwulanlfjamtt ilakte and C. It. JlUhcp,
and will have them completed in a week or two.
The paintiuRS aro correct represent UUnn of tho
vessols, even to tho slichlest details. A weather
view is shown of tho Diahop and u lee viow of the
.VaUe, steaming alow;: with all sail set. Iho
Iicalani, woather view, 13 steaming boad to wind in
a strons breeze with a rapped eoa. Tho Iicalaui,
being painted white, haB n dark sky as n baok
ground, which Bbows her model perfectly. This
painting is not bo far advanced as tho others, and
r"vusrtltvl-.,.,-..,l pn.M.vw-11,0 lingua mils
011 tbo Nuaanu atrenra with natives swimming iu
tho water below tho falls, and ono about to Jump
from tho oliff abovo. It is an cxcellout viow of
this favorito bathing place.
Obituary. Early last Saturday morning tbo
27tb, Miss Jennie Brown Knlanllohua Brickwood
doparted this life. Her death was not unoxpcclcd
as sho had been llugeriug for many mouths, grad
ually, but only too apparently, wasting away.
Owing to tbo seeds of consumption being visible,
bur midioal adviser ordered her to go to tho Coast
iu September last. On bor return iu October,
thero were no signs of improvement, but tho re
verse. At that timo she occupied tho position of
leacuoriniuo uoyni ccuooi, out uer tailing Health
compelled bcr to relinquish her scholastic duties
before tbo closo of tbo year. Up to a fow days
beforu her death, though suffering from suvero
bodily pain, sho manifested 11 spirit of livclinog
tbat has characterized bcr tinco h child. Weakness,
uowevor, crepe over nor trait torra, ana suo tinally
succumbed at 3 o'clock on Saturday morning Iaat.
Uor bright face nnd genial manner will long bo
roinombcred in Honolulu, liar portrait adorns
Mrs. Bird's Paradise of tho I'aclnc selected no
doubt on account of bor extremely superior cast
of features for a Hawaiian.
The funeral took pl.ico last Snuday from her
parents residence, Emma Hale, and was tbo
largest procession tbat has bo:n seen in Hono
lulu for a long time. Sultnblo emblems aud
wreathB were scattered over and around her gravo
aa n last tributo of that nnivers I rospect iu which
this young lady was held by all who know hor.
The following is tbo order of exercises of tlw
annual examinations to bo held at Knwaihao
Seminary, Mondiy and Tuesday, Jnuo 19th nnd
Monday, a. M.
Devotions &hi to tl.
Advanced Geography Miu Norton.
Setond jc.ir Gramniar Mlsj Chamberlain.
L'oinnors in Practical Arithmetic. ...Mias Storrs.
Bcginnew in Geography Miss Vlaxiuan.
Advnuccd Arithmetic Miss Norton.
Stcond Header Miss I'laxmnn.
TWO 0 CLOCK, P. M.
Flrl Header. , Miss Napoleon.
Word Method Miss Storrs.
Advanced Grammar Miss Norton.
Second year Geography Misa Chamberlain.
Hegiuncrn in Grammar Miss Storrs.
TctsiHY, A, M.
Blblu ExcrcUo 8f to U MUs Norton.
Primer Miss Napoleon.
Bccoud j ear Arithmetic...... Miss Chamberlain.
First year Koadiugaud Spelling . . . .Mita Storrs.
Colburn's Arilbmotio Mias Flaxman.
Elementary Astronomy Miss Norton.
TWO O'CLOCK. P. At.
Primary Arilbmotio Mis Napoleon.
Elementary Physiology M is Norton.
Beoond year Ho-tding Miss Chamberlain.
U.S. Hi-dory MUa Norton.
On Wednesday, Juuo "Ut, nt '- o'clock. 11. iu.
thoro will be a sale of useful nnd fancy artlclok.
Tho Aunanl Exhibition will beheld in Knwalabaa
Church, Friday Juno S3, 1SS'.', at 10 o'clock a. iu.
Tue following is a record of tho Police Court
proceedings for the i.'cok : J, llaiiel, asbault nnd
battery on Kalnun, w., fined f5, costs $1.10, Pnk
Slug, insanity, committed lo Inaanu 6lum.
Alii, droukenuecs, forfeited ?6 bail. Limn, lar
ceny of a pair of pants, sontoucid to two mouths'
imprisonment at hard labor, coats 81. Ivawal,
kssauii nuc. uaiiry uu uie nue, imis qu, uubis s
V rt . HTftlM.a s.Aktlsirt aiilsilnniSJ lisnA 4Jtl.jnt
. .t.-on--. (.tied &vm. ivi.iH &I.SO. Mn fMmv. hnv.
ina opium in nohsouiou, flmd $50 and Beutcuctd
to threo mouths' iiunriaonuient At hard labor.
coats f 3. Ah Wong, Ah Wing, Ah bin;;. Ah Chonc,
having opium lu posstt&Hioti, Ah Uiug, discharged,
Ah Wong and AhCbong flutd f JO each, and ben
tenced to tbruo months' imptltounient at bard
-. .., 1 CI Ik tl'I.... ., nt.t .l,..nJ.
labor, coats 10. Ah Win, an old oifunder,
Aned ill JO and bcuteucud to ulna months' tmnrls
onmont at hard labor, cosis 81. Ah Wong
Apiieals to Supreme Court, il. Kaai,druukenri-s,
forfaited Ui ball. Ah Slug, Ah Him. Ah Wal, Ah
Wa, Ah an, w., hiving opium iu poasesalon. Ah
Yon discharged, Ah Him and Ah Wai fined $W
nch aud bentenocd to three months' lmprisou
int ut hard labor costs $1.S0: Ah Sloe
fined f 75 and auiitcuod lo tbruo rsonthb iruprU
on ent, ooaU $3. Ah Wal appeals to Supreme
(join. oua, common
nei nee. nned
, gim J,t. IllMUIS, W,. BAH VVUM iAHOM.-,
alia?, each fined $i, conta JI, John Euo4 i'erla,
a.tw. I'aiMina, w
and John Ilaaueo,
.inhn F,r I rl.
I drakae, fined i, cost $1. W. J. Siajth,
same charge, forfeited ?f! bail, lllcliard Edwards,
drunkenness, fined $r,coili l. Jn. Jlilln, mmo
charge, fotfoiteil ?0 ball. Kaiel, atwnnlt and lilt
teryon I1I1 wife, lined n, cost aa. .Manuel, as
win I mid battery on Ah Wing, fined iV.coslo .
Civil Hecord. loiiterA Co. vw. John Hokolo. tie
tcrting contract b rvice, defondanl ordered to 01Y1
plovor, coits 3. M. H. Itoo vs. Frank Motrnlf,
A, Sncnccr iiulorwr. action on tminilmnrv imin tnr
S200, Judgment for plaintilT, costi $I.1W. Ah Ynt
. vs. long Lun A Co., nellon of nnimlt for ijffj.li.',,
Jndgmentfor plaiutilTi aptoalid lo Intermediary
Court. Wing OntChoug.V Co. vs. II. H. Knlia
lianul, action of nmumpsit for I0, Jiulfliiient fur
I pIalntifT,costs$l.6,".Abl vk. Chung Yre.nssuinpsil,
defendant con feos judgment for$yj, co!ls?l.
' Hawaii Nonas.
1 A new ticw building tn tho runlu street of Hllo,
(WnlnnucuuoHt.i has been leased for n term of
years nnd Is to bo used aa the 'telephone Ofllcc.
Tho lino has lately bcou completed to Wiiiakcu,
and Wnlu.ikn. Il U thoURht that lliointlro lino
will bo Iu working order to Ookala lit lens than
two mouths. . .TliL-ro nro tiuilo n number of now
bulldlugi being orecletl in Hilo. E.G. Hllcboock'M
building, for somo tlmo vacant, Is being mado
over bo that it will bo about na good as now when
complotcd..,, Thero has boon qui to a largo num
ber of arrivals nl Hilo lately. Tho liirk . C.
Murray brought 3. 0. Merrill and family, with
olbcru who aro stopping nt tho privnto hoiol of
0. 8. Klttrcdgo. . .'I hero has Juit been erected nt
Hllo a bnlldliig forli. L. Chaoo to bo uied by him
as a photograph gallery. .'Iho weather In Hilo
for two months has been very delightful.... Kila
ue.i has had n largo number of victors lately, and
Is said to bo quito active.
The meelmg of tho Llierary lioeiely at II10 Par
sonage, 011 tho ovonliig of May tli, was 11 decided
success, notwithstanding tho fnllnro of soveral of
tho tnombcrs to come to timo with llitir sharn of
tho proBramme. Thopaiwr.connisliiigof editorial,
notes and a poem, met with a llalleriiig reception
from tho audience, lu addition to hH regular
duties, tbo editor read n paper, accompanied by II
luitrations from tlio cartoonist, dealing with a fow
scenes and cpisodoi in Ibo nrllBt's life, and charac
teristics of various nationalities. Tho skelohes
woro highly artistic nnd suggestive, and can port no
end of amusement. At tho closo of tho evening,
thoy weio auctioned oil by nn amalonr nnd nmus
ing auctioneer. and brought into tlio treasury qullo
a littlu sum, which was vory ncceptabio. . . .Through
tho kllidnoss of Mr. Wildor, tho lonchori nnd pupils
of tbo Fcmnlo Seminary, with ft fow friends, had
tho plensuro of n free rido by rail from Ilcntou
station to Mnhukonn, n distance by rail of l.t
niilca and back, spending somo tlirco hours at the
terminus. Tho timo nindo olther way was about
0110 bonr and liftecn mlnuto.i. Tbo road exhib
ited boiuo remarkably short tnnis nnd long
doubllnsa nt tho gulches, but Scorned solid mid
oven, 'to tlioio who had lx en accustomed to Iho
sound of tho cngino boll and whistlo In other coun
tries, tbeso and tho sight of tho train seemed nat
ural and welcome, pleasant reminders of other
days mid sccnos. On loaving Mahukouaou tho
return, tho gratitudo of tlio party for tho kind in.
invitation was oriiressed to tlio genial and portly
president, Mr. Wildor, by waving handkerchiefs,
and n truly feminine cheer. What n delightful
exponent of llfo nnd progress is a railroad, witli
its tireless iron steed and trailing cars rushing on
ward. Mnhukona has seen great changes for tho
better, binco tho starting of tills now enterprise,
not thoVLstiguof iinold landmark remaining; and
an nbsonlco now returning would not recognizo tho
BiHt....Very dry weather still continued, and tho
sanation becomes raoro threatening daily. Ono
or two plnntore havo commenced plniiting. but tho
majority aro in favorof trusting to Providence lor
rain later on.... Fuller A. Luscombo, photographers
from Wailuku, Maul, aro making us n visit, and
showing many of our peoplo what they look like.
Wo understand they nro quito tho rngo and aro
doing ory lino work.
Tuesday, Muy SOtb, was tho Htcoraliou Day of
tin Grand Army of tho Ilepublic, when tho people
of thu United Statos oover with flowers tho graves
of tbo soldiors who fell in defense of tho Union.
It iit it beautiful and touching ceremony which
grows in popularity each jonr. At Jlrst it was con
fined to a fow localities but was afterward mado a
national holiday, and tho day is now kept in every
Statonud Territory of tbo Union, for thoro is not
ono that has not a soldier's grave. It lias dono
much to cement tbo gap between tho North and
South, as it is the custom to decorato tbo graves of
the soldiers of both armies, and often tho Federal
and Confederate veterans march sido by Bide to
tho old battlefields lo garland tho graves of their
former comrades. May tho day bo thus over ob
served, nnd may all comlug generations of Ameri
cans keep greon tho memory of tbo heroes who fell
in their country's defense!
Iu Honolulu tho day was ruiierubcicd iu 11 be-
Cno-aujpyilJK'wiu a'iowCvuoiilm "&;, iididiiiiii
mnst during Iho day. In tho evening 11 meeting of
vetorans of tho U. S. urmy and navy (tho first
gathering of tho kind hero) was held nt tho Ha
waiian Hotel. As thoy congregated on tho voran
dah war memories wcro revived aud tho battles of
tho ltcbolliou wcro fought over again; but without
nny feeling of unkiudness toward tho boys who woro
tho gray. A string band of Hawaiian boys on Ibo
lawn played several American airs and, as tbo
American Minister arrived, tho "Star Spangled
Banner." Shortly after 8 o'clock tho vetorans and
invited guests formed fours with Ocn. Comly, A.
S. Hartwcll, 11. M. Benson and J. A. Cruzan iu thu
front, and marched into tho dining hall, tastefully
decorated with American lings, whero 11 collation
was served. Gen. Comly called tho meeting to
ordor, speaking briefly as follows:
Comrailt J mid Frieiidi: Wo aro met hero to do
honor to tho memory of our dead comrades of Iho
Civil War, wboso graves billow tuo land trom
Gettysburg to Mobile. GoU forbid that Lor any
ono should say anything to rcvivo tho bitter mem
ories and nuimositics of the war. Indeed, I havo
funnd in my experience, aa no doubt you havo in
vours, that when two old vetorans of tho war, ono n
Yank and tho other a Johnny Iteb, couio together
to tnlK It over, tuey aro apt to nave lower nnimosi
Uos and more kindly feeling for cacli other than
somo persons who took a less active part iu tbo
war. Tboswordsnnd baj onets which crossed each
other in every battlefield of tbo war would now, iu
cabo of a foreign war, bo found ribbed in 0110 solid
phalanx nronud that glorious flag wo fought for.
Ono and indivisible tho Union now is, truly.
Slavery is dead tbo Nation lives forever. Is not
this worth marching for, lighting, for, starving for,
bleeding for and, if need' be, dying for f It is to
do honor to thoso who did die for it that wo nro
Mr. Cruzan asked tho blessing mid delivered n
most impressive prayer, making touching reference
to tho dend soldiors nnd sailors of tho Union.
lleforo each pinto was n slip of paper on which
tho soldiors woro requested lowritotheirnddruases,
and tho number of regiment and arm of bcrvico to
which they belonged in thu war. Their immcs nro
given below. Forty-two toldicrs and sailors were
Ere6ent. 1 ho only person invited, besides mem
ers of tho press, was Mr. A. J. Cartw right, in
recognition of his services as n member of tho
Sanitary Commission daring the war.
Tim 4lv i ftvtiifs rit llm tifnnmmmn Irna n ennrt
'Tho Battle Hmn of tbo Ilepublic," by 0. II.
Eldridge. tho company Joining in tho chorus.
Tho following letter of regret was read from D,
A. McKinloy, U. S. Consul;
.Yon. J. M, Comly, Chairman, unit ethtrt, Gtiitlt
men: I regret that I shall bo uunblo to meet you
this evening iu respoiuo to Mr. Arnold's courteous
invitation mid with yon to commemorate 11 day ho
memorable- in our ucioven country.
Although absent in person Iblmll Imwith you
in thought aud feeling, mid cordially join lu overy
sentiment that honors tho memory of the bravo
soldiers who died that our Union might, and that
wo might, over bo as a nation one and iureparnblc.
To you as representatives of our Hoys in Hluo
wuoso rccoru lorms ono oi 1110 unguicsi pages 111
our nation's history, 1 fencntly add a binccru
aud hearty God blcna you I
D. A. MqKixley.
All prcboul wero then directed tu fall to, mid
willingly complied, doing niuplo Justice to tho
viands bet beforu them,
A Bong, "Just before Ibc Battle, Mother," was
sung bv Mr. 0. N. Arnold, after which J. A. Cruzan
read Will Carlton's beautiful poem, "Cover them
Over." Thc&o mthotlo versed wero followed by
the old song 'Marching thro' Georgia" which en
liieued tbu company again. Mr. A. S. Hartwcll
wa next called upon and mado tbo following
1 Mr, Mlniiltr auJ Cumiiuttt When I was asked
to coma hero lo-ilay, It seemed to iuu, us 1 knew It
muct have sicraed to all of von. to be iust the
thing to do. Hut 1 supposed thoro were not over u
Coriioral'a guard of us to be mustored in this town.
Hero we uru, over forty lu number, ft was worth
while to muct, I! for notblnclo than to find each
other out. 1 trust this is a beginning of reunious
. to bo held lierouicli Year Thero aro tunny arniv
nnd navy men on tlo othwr IilnmSt . lt it bo
kuowu lu season that wo bavo regular nuuunl
reunions, and they will all bo bare to come. Wo
may form some kind of u veteran organization,
with perhaps littlu formality attached to it, open
to ail wuo burrcu uouorauiy in Army or riavy.
Such an organization could no doubt aid much,
- lOlU.U UU (UWUSIIVO4JIU UBIV, ll Ct.lUU(illlK iuu
Konrth of JnW in a wav to make clad tho heart
of every American man, woman mid child in this
But wo bate met now for a -icrcd iiuriosv. As
I bat down lid afternoon, to trv to nrvpare a fuw
remarks for this occasion, tbu flood of memories!
wblsh filled toy mind mado int Incapable uf w ril
ing, until 11 late hour. iaw I mutt oak )ou to iu
duUo ma lu the dkmv method of reading these
90, 1 uotet, ror t coma not iron loymu to pitn wuu-
1 tut mem.
I It ia our hiuh luiviltoe to iolu each other this
' evening in u.lpiu. to keep frwh on! fragrant tliv
memories of our comrades who fell In the service
of tho llepnbllc Wo own this duty lo ourselves,
to our countrymen nnd connlry women who reside
In tlico Islands, nnd lo those who nro taking oar
places In Iho nctlvilles of life. Wo nro often asked
if our war experience) does not neem likeadresm.
I am tempted lo answer, that cvrrvthlng rise, com
inred with Hint, Is like n dream." Wo regret for
our own sakos, thon who wero cut down, who
wonlil have mado lids world better and happier by
living out tho day.i which In tlmo of peace rmld
have been me led ont lo them, lint can one of nu
mourn for thrmt Ono might livo for centnric
without having such high opportunity for noble
living and ttyinri as tho yonng men of Iho north
hid during the war.
There nro tinny Americans residing here, who
came hero many years before thn war. Many of
them belong tn that often misunderstood nnd mii
represented ".Missionary" party: others, nniomr
whom one always thinks of the late Captain
Makee. nnd of our hale townsman, Mr. Cartwrisht,
nro not usually assigned to that particular set.
lint nlmost nil of them, whatever llielr views on
oilier polnfs, woro splendid Union people. It did
1110 good when I first camo to the country In 1HM,
to hoar tho vcncrablo Father Coan relate, with
somo pride his expcrlenco of some hnlf centnry
ngo, as nn olllecr iu n Ilghl baltcry of Connecticut
inilitin. I Ihought, what flKliting material he
wotild havo been In our war. No doubt llev. Mf.
Bond of Kohnla would hnvn shown good fighting
iiuallties if ho bad been there. Now wo want the
young American men nnd women of theso Island
to know what n glorious thing It was to shonlder n
rifle, or carry n sabro for tho union. Do you, Mr.
Chairman, bcliotc that yon,nr nny one, can ever
obtain from mortal hand such high distinction us
that? 'I hero Is n generation of young people,
nlready at thn front, to whom that war Is nothing
but history. Young men whom I meet lu dally life
tell mo thoy enn barely remember seeing tho regi
ments march off for the war, or hearing people
talk of Ibo battles. Thoso days do not to them,
ns they do to us, mean tlio condensed acting and
thinking of many ordinary llfo times.
If wo who meet together in this country, can
rovlvo tlio old nnny associations, and help lo keep
nllvoand hi tender recollection tho mcuiorlefcof onr
fallen comrades if wrj can thus help to Impress
upon others, especially upon younger men, that il
Is n grand thing to havo a country worth dying
for as well ns living for, wo may have cause to
'I ho distinctions of rank which during tho war
wero nn object of honnrablo ambition nro now of
I it tlo concern, It is nt least as honnrablo to have
served in tho rank nnd file, as anywhere else. As
wo talk of tho revolutionary soldiers, we do not
speak of llieiu as officers, but as men. Shall we
not tako pleasure in writing lo our circloof friends
nt homo of this gathering of veterans? I am sure
this is n beginning of reunions which will be very
satisfactory. Thero is nn 0110 here, who ever
shirked dnty, or failed lo answer at a roll-call.
Thero has been no llmo to prepare elaborate re
marks, but Mr. Chairman, you will find n prompt
response from any comratlo on whom yon may
Ocn. Comly proposed nsn loasl, "Tho memory
of our fallen comrades," which was drunk stand
ing nnd iu silence.
Comrade Green iu n few touching words spoke
of ono now mado grave which undoubtedly hod
that day been covered with flowers, nnd called on
Comrade J. A. Cruzan to speak n few word in
memory of their dend cornrado James Abram
Garfield. Mr. Cruzan said:
Mr. Minister nwl ComraHm: In American history
tlirco names will be indissolnbly joined Washing
ton, Lincoln, Osrficldl Their memories will be
cherished by overy tmo American as the choicest
of our national treasures. Their graves will ever
bo fragrant with immortelles. Our dead cornrado,
James Abram Garfield, was n bravo soldier, ft
chivalrous general, n broad and comprehensive
statesman, n genial Christian gentleman nnd a
truo American. Ho was an honor to America, nnd
America loved, trusted and honored him. The
world honors him chiolly ns a statesman, nnd here
ho wns worthy of its crown of prnisc. lint I wish
to speak to-night of Jnmes Abram Garfield, the
soldier. Iu tuo short years ho won, by honorable
scrvico mid conspicuous ability nnd bravery the
position of Major-Gcncral. Tlio man who could
do that had all tho elements of greatness ns n
soldier. But dnty bade him sheath his sword.
Had not tho path of duty boforo him so plainly
led him to Washington ns the representative of the
famous Western Jlcservo mid tbo successor of
Joshua IE. Giddlngs, I bcliovo thnt ho would have
won a placo in history nnd iu tho hearts of Ameri
cans as n soldier second to none. I weigh m
words. I donotLclievothnt thofamoof America's
Iron Duke, Ulysses S. Grant, or that of the per
sistent, iudcfatigablo William T. Sherman, or
tbat of tho dashing Phil. Sheridan, would have
been suiwrior to thnt of General James Abram
Garfield. But this was not to be, America had
other shall I say grander ? work aud honor for
him. Ho wns to recelvo at tho hands of the
American peoplo tho highest honor the Chief
Magistracy. Then camo his untimely death nt the
hands of 1111 assassin. America loyed nnd hon
ored him wliilo living; sho wopt for him, and
cherishes his memory when dead. "Will it pay?"
said Mrs. Garfield to 11 prominent American just
beforo leaving Mentor for Washington: "will it
pay to leavo thi J pleasant home, nnd broak np our
happy homo life, oven for four years in tho White
Houso?" "Yes, it vilL for thero is whore duty
ulerwns oiuied,'MrsTGn,rileIiriiiet tho sn'mo gentle
man. "Has it paid?" was her heart-broken ques
tion. "Yes," was tho answer, "it lias paid. He
fell nt tho post of duty, nnd honccforth the mem
ory of no American, not even of Washington, will
bo moro carefully cherished in tho hearts of the
people, than that of youruoblo husband." It was
well said. Of all America's sous thero has been
none greater, uono moro highly honored, none
better loved, mid uono moro worthy of it nil, than
our dead comrade James Abram Garfield.
After n fow humorous remarks in which he
claimed especial distinction as n soldier, from the
fact that ho was tho only privnto present, all the
rest being only common Generals, or Colonels, or
Captains, Mr. Cruzan paid a glowing eulogy to
tho Union Army nnd its fallen heroes, as men who
fought for a principlo which transformed and
Mr. Cartwrigkt iu reply to calls for a speech
said: "I havo novcr mado n speech nnd really I
havo no right to bo hern nt a reunion of veterans.
I can only say tbat I owu 11 debt of gratitude
to each ono present and to every soldier of the
Union, for thoy saved my country."
Mr. Arnold alluded to what Mr. Cartwrfaht
had done for the Sanitary Commission and said
that ho would be welcome in nny company of
Dr. McGrcw mado n few remarks and said he
hoped tho meeting of veterans would result in au
"The Blue and tho Gray" was next read by Sir.
N. O. Slurphy, and was followed by "The Hed,
Wlulo mid Blue," Bung by J. T. White.
Mr. 1). Simpson, of tbo 1st Missouri infantry,
tho regiment that took the find Confederate pris
oners, being called 011 for n speech, aaid that
speaking was not his forto; but he gave an inter
esting itcconut of the trials of n soldier in the
West, mid later iu tlio evening described the cap
ture of tho first prisoners in n manner that brought
forth rounds of npplnusc.
Dr. Hngan spoke ft few words: Ho said that he
was delighted to meet this handful uf soldiers;
that ho was always happy to meet out. lleferring
to an nriuy surgeon's duties, ho said thnt 2J0U)
surgeons of tlio Union array weru killed daring tbe
It. J. Giccno HiHiko briefly nnd proposed a toast
to Iho memory of Abraham Lincoln which was
drunk standing. Dr. Emerson, being called on
for a reply, responded iu a feeling maimer.
Itcniiirks wcro also made by 1C. W. Lainc, who
entered tho navy iu lbMfl, Captain Lawrence, Q, C.
Williams mid others.
Mr. Frank Godfrey moved that n committee be
appointed to arrange for a permanent organization.
'Iho cclcbrntiouof IhoFourthof July was spokeu
of and it was moved and carried that the Ameri
can Minister call a meeting of Americana next
week to consider the matter.
"llally round tho 1-lag'was then sung by Mr.
Arnold, after which all joined lu singing "America."
Tho meeting was gotten tip hurriedly within tbe
spaco of twenty-four hours but was a complete
success, ntd also n surprise. Forty-two veterans
answered to tbo "roll call." and although it is
seventeen j cars since tho close of the war, they
would htllldu honor to the "coat of blue") the
oldest votcrnu present said that ha had gone
through two wars and considered himself good for
following U tho roster of names prepared:
x M. Comly. U Ohio: M. Hagan, Hargeou
Ihioj J. T. White, 1st Ohio; A. H. lUrtiS,
Kith Mass.; N. B. Emerson, 1st Mass.; C. II. Att-
uu.11,., i, i,. j-.urcfBuii, mi aiasa.; v. 1
1. 1st Mass.: T. P. Goodwin. 17th M
worm. 1st alas.; j. r. uoouwlu. 17th Mas.i V.
II. Eldridge, l'.'th Mass.; J, Himousoii, Jr.,
Y. Cavalry; J. G. Ijimiumi, ya N, Y.: A.
J. bimousou. Jr.. loth K.
Y. Cavalry; J, G. Ijiuiiumi, '.M N. Y.: A. E. Aid
ridge, lfJeth N. Y. H. A. llitrna, h
N. y., w. il. Wilkinson, 1st N. Y. Hifles: 8. C.
Smith, Hh N. Y.; II. M. Benson, tlh CaL;
O. 0. Williams, tth Cal.j W. U. Wilder, let III.
Cavalry, Thos, Darcy, 1st 111. Cavalry: O. Fritz.
ICtli III.) W. It. Lawrence, Will III.) . it. Morrill,
13th 111.: J. A. Cruzan. IU Iowa: A. It. AluiaiuW.
IStli Iowa; J. Miller, fith Iowa, C'avalryi GtorM
Carroll, ltitb Conn.; It. J. Greene, 'Mh Conn.; J.
W. Thompson, lith Conn.: Lyman Smith, 16th
Maine; N. O. Murphy, lith Wisconsin; C. H.
Arnold, lith Peun.t J. H. Millet, 3d Minn.) D.
Simpson, 1st Missouri; J,T.CupeUnd,OthIudUuia;
W. li. Courtney, 1st Marylaud; it, W. Lain. I). H.
N.i J. U.Lovejoy, U, S. K.j Frank Godfrey, U. S.
N.; II. E. Everw.ii, U. H. N. li. D. Whitney,
Mexican War Veteran; H. G. Levey, lib U. H.
Cavalry; A. J, Oartwright, U. H. Sanitary Com-mi.-wiou.
It la dusircd to have a, ismiplete list of all veter
huh residing iu the Islands, and Geu. J. M. Cewty,
U, S. Minister ltcdldcnt, will be plesaed to revive
from all parts of the group tbe u&iaes of veteeaa
soi'iicm 01 mo u, n. Army nuu nary, Willi 1
us siiiuvut, civ., lu wuicu CJICII was) 1
Oahu Cemetry AwocUtiM.
ALL, MEMHEIW OK TIIIMAHMO.
C. rlillua-oniiiws of luts lalboNL't'ANU VALLIT
OEMKTltY, IMneclfulU rucslrd t. BrililUi
Hoews ef tba ObawWl ul -aiurrc, Mhedcs' Block,
ou Wednesday utrfl, 4tme Tib, at W o'slyck a, w.
a- lluslnn. h-penaasV,
WW ' - -9 PKK OMUKB. '
per lKua, v BOLLES & 00.
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