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" H- W. SEVERANCE.
On Tufxlav, July lilb.
41 to a'clacU. A. M.. al Sales) II m .
trm bt mil
r.r. -i. Irnw and Wrot Cotrona. Krwu Oil.
H.eden Ware. Match-., immni, P-ttaf.
Parley. Oat., K.tian Chairs. Hour, ae., A:.
AI-, BAUM.K OF
Invoice of Tire "Works for 31st of July,
R,w:kci. Shells. Mines. Roman Candle. Lc, tc, ike. ike.
Chinese Matting, 4-4 wide.
CHECKED AND WHITE.
1.10K hw.k vi;nv low to ( i.osi:ro..
i Ma At MKLCTIERs C.,V
L1flf Kit K M VKS. J.HK KMVKS,
lahle Krr and pocS-t Kni.eat.
XMo. ?., til-.. Krcnwui ap..
lihb- Barrel V'-.w.i: r 1'iee.s. l.,r Chain,
"hot, fretaci, N Lral Pipe. ncine- W r, etc.
b& im AtMKU ll.hLVi.
K.vr ii)!.nr; Tru.
J M lTx-rTr 1 iintr in j m. Comnc in (tT-a.n j .rs,
Kaiain. it. r J4r, oil.
Triple lni-i.r in demij thn.
Wii Vir-irr in ease, stearin Candles.
t'Uran.ar.n. UcnsMia Cirar.
js zm ai milt urn CV.
1 ifiit h Clir. I in .ten ij"ln.
Uatitttty Whk- in wa, ll'-c-c Win-?,
Y: .-In-tiy in ! ami lc ul-d,
t tt-rty C'trliHl,
nnqine ilri'lick C'funt'iu?rK;, in fnart an1 i.iritn.
b-i in A t i : Ii fc K.- it
iI..'K AM Itl.FK imo.DCI.UTIf,
P IlK'iftry rHrit. lrrim Uitut,
Oxck'tl t'ottt.n, lntal.in PlofT.
lurkcy Kttl nimI YIii trint
iU Hr--. :lwk H Ik rlrrt,
IlUck .-i:k IUt Kiitlttia.
Ilirllt-M Linen, bunting,
Vrlrrt KitiNK-.. Mrvit ami ct.M.rr.l;
("tt.in I'n'ier-iliirtt. iVniin t'riK-ks anl Trow:r,
i fir. Tiirutl in ltt.114. W'trtttetl l.ati't,r,
2.1. ar. t'lKtr-hirt, Wot.tt-n Hlakef. W oulm Comfi.rtera
41nt's Urttwn t'ttttun icka, 1uniiee lirmp Canvass,
B.irlt.ff. Fit:., rtc.
Si iiu At Mr.I.rilr K3 k Ca. a.
SMEW GOODS !
ii t ; rrivuls
C'ASTLi: & COOKK,
LXTIt.i FIXK AXr MKIHI M UI AI.ITV
ft-4 aal Ancriran Bl-arbrtl I'aitm,
Kttra fln ami soerfium oahty 6-4 ami 4-4 American Un
Bmwu VnWtnm. Amertean TYWitm.
Ala! Prints, neat atytesi
Vnelih Pink anl Yellow Prnrta,
Kxtra Ane am! meriium 4-4, i arvl ) all Wool White Flanae!,
Tim all Faiw-y Caaaiinrrr. thtCBLB Widtbs,
Fine all Linen Phet-tinr. lot inches wll-;
Vu all Liimt Pi low Casta. 4 inches:
"fine f t Organdy Mnilin",
Pin ar.d fanry Challeis. Matinee and Alpacas,
American. Rnlisb ami Scotch GinpliaaM,
Poopeiiders, Spool Cotton, Skein Cotton.
Welting Cwnl. Fancy Xeektirs, for ladies and irenOemea.
LADIES' SUPERIOR SADDLES.
CHEAP AMERICAN SADDLES AND DRIDLE3.
Downer", Crystal anJ Cunningham's "5ujK?rior
American Itroom.1, I'ails.
Manila Mats ana' liaskrls.
Pure Wiiitd Lead and Zinc Paint, '2i lb. tin pails.
Pare English Boded ami Raw Linseed Oil.
English Pickles, Worcestershire Saaoe,
Boston Pk-klen, Flavoring Krtraets,
A few bases nf thnt superior Kendall's Cliewtira! Olive rxxlafroap.
4-4 and ft-4 White and Cheeked Matting,
Mt ilium and Best Quatily Pilot DraiH,
JYo. 1 California Flour.
A Complete Assortment of
And the Finest Assortment uf
FIRE WORKS ever imported.
THE NEW HAWAIIAN BARK
11. C. WYJLLIE!
II. HATTERM IXX. - - - - Ma.lrr.
Was to Sail from BREMEN about May lt, with
A CARGO OF
Selected for this Market.
Which wiu be offered for sale by
II. HiCKFELI) JL Ca.
C. S. BARTOW.
On Wf-iInt-Mlny, - - - July lSlb,
At 10 o'clock, A. M. at Sales Room,
Will be SaH
A VARIETY of MERCHANDISE
K5 of I'rown Sugar, Ace, Ac.
I - P.rticnlars by itt rs.
200 Good Oak Barrels.
AT TIIK ( OdJ'KKAfa:
f J. L LEW IS. Ku.a-
-V S t o a l ri 3 i i i n e !
MTI! IMTK.U It Kb I 1.41 OR. ; INi'll
l.)!inl-r, VlirKii ;lr. Ad ipt 1 to run i'lir CtN
TltltlO.lL MAUilM.- ; b ...:. and n.ay s-.-en at the
IKfNOl.L LC IKON WOKKCo.
TKR.MS KKiSOMIil.K. 5J--.Ut
ii. xv. si:v-;a:ASc;5:,
OKNT FOK Til ri S ,K 1K FI.OIR Tram
the lower nay siie an.. Grume Mols, CaL, off. rs fur saw
linker" 1'xtra nnil Superfine Floor.
In bofiI or dure-, paid, warr.ie-d etiunl to arty brand twn in
this fi.arket and al l!is i'Wr,i cash pnc..
oil 4t ii. W. SKVKRANCK.
Look O ii t for
IWril l.ll MOST llfl'KCTn i,l,V I.V-
tr.iit I rui-t to r.-c-iv- by t(t- I. KO U. K R I T O .
I'ISII IX TINS!
Tins Froli S:i.t-h S.tlmon,
Tins Fitidwri Iladclock,
Tin.i Turijt, Titit fjruw,
Tii.s llure Suiji.
fif iltfJl .''V'Ti .V.
I talk: I 'tin, I if.
.I vvftrfti .:ri'. "-. ".
Agstd. Jams, Jellies, Pie Fruits and Pickles.
TAIbO It's Till -M M I V. S ,
A ijr wil a.-l-et- il hill of tlir j.Ik,tc.
n Hind a Iire Assortment of
IN hi A IU I IIKlt.
W.)'I AM) CI.AV
Likeai lhe . Ilranil i-f
CIIKtVIX: AM SMOKIX. TOnACCO!
Il'trittft. A'f '' nther Ci'jnrs,
LoriIIr4' rnuT. Skrtttch p"nu!I in bl:i..Ti,
Ptpr Strra, Ci(f ir H'.lil-ni, Not. lUUim, Cakca, Ac.
Ttie best i'.tl:f- ri)i i mailt; CA X III F.S always on haifl.
All of wI.h:Ii I will wll l li.at.
Ijtt- John Ciittanarh.
Ftn-et, one ihntr t-liiw Kinir 7tret:t.
SJH 3m Nil nana :
O. J 5 1 1 lTJ. s Oo.,
HAVE ON HAND
And For Sale at Low Kates !
I.IK I'UIWS, Xa. 2, 12. 20. 7;
tlOKSK I'UIWS. K.le A, K.gle , II.
MIE HILL PLOWS. A No. 2, A No. 3. A N.4
stki.l plows, r. o. o; x lj, x j r. o.
Extra Teelh for above I'uttems.
PLOWS, with an 1 aiih'tut W. k C.
4 'ullii :alois
NTKKL It F.VK.KSIWI.F. TEF.TII,
SI A K K TKKTII.
M'.tKt TEETH FOR DITTO.
STEEL. IRON AND WOODEN TOOTH RAKHd.
BUSH AND GHA5S SCYTHES AND SNATHES.
Hay Cutters, No. 2, No. Ci. No. 4
Very large with pully and balance wheel
For Cutting Sorghum Cane Top-., AfC. ac.
OX YOKES, various site.
OX ROWS, a-sorted sixes.
CANE KNIVES. COLLARS and HARNESS,
PLANTER'S HOES, assorted sizes.
I.KATIIKK HKIriXt.'. 3, 4, and 5 inches.
R V li It E R. It K I.T I X fi . 3, 2 1 . 4 fc 5 inches; 2, 3 it 4 p'y
Aufl i Variety of Smaller Artielef.
IRON WORKS COMPANY.
rMIK FOFXIHIV AXI IROX WORKS
1 having been recently u.ucli eniaiged an.' supplied with as
t!t r Tools :
As is to be found on the Pacific Coat. are prepared to execute
i:.XGi.XKi:i:ix: woitKSof all kinds t
At very moderate rates.
ST CAM K X f ' I X ES.
KOI I. ERS. COOLERS.
TANK S. Sl'CAIl MILLS.
C F. X T K I F I" 1 A I. I A C I II X ES,
Ike.. A. r.. -Vc. A.c.
F.secut'sl on stnrt n-iee.
Patterns of n veral size! Sugar Mills arc on band
For Sste, diff-rent si- s, are on hand and in prepress.
The Company wonl l cs'l the attention f Planters to the
most recent anil approved f Tin of
Of which d-t-e!t-l tlrawiinj ar- to be een in the ofliee, and
a!o to the U'i d d.tine away with Air Pumps, ami the motive
povr f ir th-m. in th -e smvions n'if a suiticirm 11um1.11.
and hea.1 of
I' A X at the
nter rxi-t. t!iu rendering the 1 At t I I Jl
tiie time the rnottt efficient, eo'.n"mica!. ano
Tricili-s sent at a short nonce Wlthou
Th-y wou! 1 also call attention to their larire rtork of
MACHINERY REQUISITES !
?ut h as :
SIIAFTINC", of ail usual sites up to inches.
BilASs COCK5 and VALVES of SI PKRIOR make.
India Rubber Packing.
Inj'Ct'-rs, steatn (iauge,
it f.st iii:st nn ikon i
Boiler PUte. Sheet Iron. Angle Iron.
Fire Clay, Doiler Tubes. &c, &c.
A Pra'ihtmai .f ejpt-rience In Sucar Machinery is en
ptyed. who will r t cp ,lars and drawings of wcras or m.
ch'nery to nil tne .. ,.f pitiiiters.
The P.ern ifp h.v ne filletl wth the hcM anil
r-cettt S A VS aid l.tilMR SAVIXti MACMIX
ERV. n -w pvtterns f r Machinvry can be funn.hrtl w!t
prouiptitutls arid eenn-tmy.
TERM t'ASII FOR MAC1IIXF.KV.
THOJ. HfRHF, Manager.
13-0m Or to J ANIor. HFEN k Co., A?enu
3. C. SPENCER.
R. EC IiI'DOrTALD &, Co.,
Importers of and AVhoIe-a'e Icu1ts in
I)rnjs and 3icdicii.es!
Pure Chcmicali and Extracts,
M E I) I I' I X F. S .
! . T F. X T
The following litl c i:iprit a putt l'"' J of our
LAKi'K AM) WI'.LI. si:LKCTi:i STt)CK!
Whirh we rvceive ilir-ct fri.in the inarnifatTturer, ami can
o(T'r tip ni ttu iii:ea-t ottti. if i.;it ht.-it.-r t-raii ilutu . ay huuse
on lhe Iai:ific IJot?t :
Tarrant Af rit itt.
Tarrnt' exlracl eojtnhia an:l cu'k.Ix,
Carli'Nis (ftr the hreath,)
Mrs. KirMt-r's Corli il,
Brag;' .Mn-.tt.iij: Liniment,
Nerve and lltme Linim'Mit,
Condition I'tiwtlfii. for Horses,
Railway's Heady K-li. f,
K it K terminator. Thorn's Kxlrart,
' bailey's Pain Kilh-r,
! Iudelihle Inks,
Oiiilmtnt, a cr"at variety;
Ayer's Cherry I'lfloral,
1'ilis, 1W kind: I'arry's Triraiheru
Wi.ttir's Uidsain of W ild Cherry,
Hungarian Ral..in, t'tieettuait's K.l-jin,
Roman Kye 1'alm.tn. (ixji'tnl' Choiitiinpiie,
Ayii's Apue Cure. lihoi-s' Ke ( r nml Avne Remetly,
liaclnM irN Hair Iye. II air I'ye, difl -rent kiinln;
Liverwort and Tar, 1 1 mirk's Panacea,
' SWHim's I;iiiar-a, I'.-ti:i, Huuhton'0;
Brown's Knneno? (Ji'iitiT.
llavts's l'ain Ki!t-r,
: Hair InvitirMtor. different kinds;
j Veruiilupe, 1 kinl-.
j Oar-line Oil,
' Piasters, II kinds.
1 All the new Chimic-ais lately intriluce-t,
I llTPiti-uosriiiTa ok Lihk, I'utsssis, Sim.
SYUL'P OF TIIK l'HO.SPllATKS, OH L'HKM
' SUKGICAL AND DENTAL I NSTI UM F.NTS
Ortlers mertfiil!y stiliciled. ('toils parked with cure and
forwarled to any pari of the Pacific.
R. H. K'DONALD & Co.
Dcntal and Surgical Instruments
We rer!fnlly invite lhe attention of I'KNTISTS to onr
Larr and Well s iete l stork of hkntal ixsritCM K.NTS
aud MATF.HIALS, which we have in store.
VULCANITE AND PLATE TEETH.
Our stock of TKETH comprises more variety now than at
any previous time, end-racing a larse assortment of sise, shade
acd form, of unw maktrs. aiJ ist improved styles are
being Constantly ail led thereto.
D J2ZJ T J.Z CHAIRS!
BlTI.KR'o PKNTAL CHAIR, a California invention, and
best iu u.c.
PK.RKIX'S & AKCIIK.R'S CHAIR.-, a great variety.
We are manufacturing an article of Pl'RK (.OLD FOIL
equal to the hest in use. We have for sale also, ail the must
I' I JUL Li I ".
CHF.VAI.1KR KEUN'.S r,IIHLK5; also a great variety of
PLlIC.dF.KS AND SCALES;
We fiarc a r-mi1vt artm"i:t, Ivnry, ElTiy Jtn'I Ftoe
!i.iitill . AN'-, Atkin-'in,. VMtr awl Arthur?, in stets.
PL ATI N A WIRE AND TLATE.
E.XCA VA TORS. ' liA VS A.XD DRILLS,
XF.KVE PITS AM) SOCKETS.
LAXCKTS, ALL KINDS.
I E X T A I. V A S E S " O M ! I. E T E ;
$7 j to $.U0.
splendid assottmet't, at prircs ranging from
Our stock i very larae ami varied, W th for Plate and Vutca
nite work, ami of the best makers.
Brush, belt. Cotton anil Cork 'hrls, an
We have these of every sire, both of Wlii'.e', Chevalier's
and other makers.
A N ATOM IC A L PR KPA RATION'S,
VCLCAMZKP.S, every description;
MIRRORS, etc., etc.
Our stock on h and is larcer, more varied and complete than
ever bff're, and a full supply will he kept roiii:int!y on hand,
and nil n-w and ns fill improvements that may be made will be
added thereto, thus enahlinir the DKXTIST to find in our
establishment every repiiite in each department of hi art.
An experience of sixteen years in ralif'trrtia justifies us in the
hope of our ability to meet the wants of the ' Profession" in
this branch of the business.
Our facilities f T supplying the trade are not pnrpnsed in the
Cnited State. In every departint'iit of buiiie, the determi
nation i., to so fully meet the wants of our patrons as to deserve
n. II. JPDONAM) V "o..
Corner Pine an I Sinsome Sts.,
I 3!) J STREET.
SACR A MF.XTO.
LI. PERSONS ARE IIERF.ItV tV A RXEI
not to tint my wife K l.NAIIl', as 1 will not he responsi
ble ft debts cnntiacttd by her.
Honolu'n. Jpne "0. l"Vt.
CIH . Itl'RKrX. PIIOTOf'RAPHER nntl
PORTRAIT PAIXTLR. late of Sill franci-co. will visit
Lahama July " f-tr the pnrjet of rnalfie a prtfe..;onl titur
throusli tt.e entire croup, wh-re he will Oe re (tared to wake
pictur-s of every Uescnption. e"py C iris, Airhrotypes. ami
enltirte t any -ix. in colur or ir:k. f rom Maui he wiil pro
ceed to evt ry pric:-.i'!e plie hir the ptirp e of selecting
view ami acenes of interest, civiinc all an 0 i.rtunity of secur
ine lhe finest p"TTrait Ihut can md-.
Peron wihini ft-ely fi-iihed Photiraphs of larc ran
have the negative taken and finished on my retnrn to Honolulu ,
j.T St GALLLRV. EX X DXR TO !'LST OFFICE.
R. H. M'DOXALI.
SATCIW A 1", JiV.i 14.
Fourth af Jalr n t Ilannlci.
That n'riin ff tNe citizens of Kai ii wlio rcM.!
o:i the Trinc-tille I'iantation and in th.- vi-Mnity of
1 1 ana!. -i. celebrated the Fourth in a manner worthv
of th' occasion, an the ft'.Sowinjr graphic descrip
tion w ill verify :
Ninetieth Anniversary of American Indepen
dence. IIanai.ki. (Kauai.) July 5. l-i.tl.
Klif'-r C'.iuntTrrtl A'hrrt'j--r : I communicate,
t- you the pleasing fact that our little community
lid their utmost yesterday to commemorate the
Natal day of American Indejiendence. The am
ple store-house of the Princei-ille l'lautation had
hoen placed at the disposal of the Couunittee of
Arrangements, hy Mr. J. ?. Low. and every facility
was afforded. Jiy Ic-th foreigners and natives, that
could in the least conduce to the success of the
celebration. We cannot reffain'Lere from giving
the names of those who composed the energetic
and patriotic Committee : They were : Capt. Ilat-fii-Id.
of the schooner Priwe ; Mr. J. W. Markle,
planter ; Captain White, Collector ot the Tort of
Il.tnalei and District rostmafter ; Capt. J. .Morse,
rice planter; and a numerous corps of volunteer
assistants. I must say that the energy displayed
liy these gentlemen resulted in one of the most
creditable patriotic reunions I ever assisted in.
Hut before I proceed to describe the celebration
proper, let me show how, at Hrinceville,
The Fourth waa Ushered in.
It was my good fortune to be a guest at the
plantation mansion, and to witness as pictures-rjuc
a scene of Hawaiian compliment to the Hirtbduy
of our Kepublic as could well be imagined. As
the lu.-l vibration of the midnight bell proclaimed
the presence of the jubilant day. the sound of fife
nd drum broke oil the silent air. "Hail C0I11111-
bia.' coupled with the ever stirring strains of the
"Star Spangled Hanner"" and 'Yankee Doodle."
mingled with the firing ot guns, the sharp, loud
crack of powder-charged anvil, and the glad cheers
of hiUirious voices. On came the music, and our
hearts beat quicker as we beheld, home in front of
a band of Haw aiians, the glorious banner of the
fiee. They formed a half circle standard in cen-
tre at the entrance of the house, and did honor to
lhe new-born day w ith a series of well-executed
Atnei-icun airs. Need I tell you tfiat 'Marching
through Georgia." with all its intrepid vim. and
"Tramp, trump, tramp!' with al'. its enlivening
hope, were included in the pieces of the extern-
po,i..,l band? And. as the drum roulade to the
hearty cheers of we of the balcony expired, we
were greeted with another surprise. The unvillers
w ith Vulcan's stithv." all ablaze, arrived upon
., t, . "1 .1 1 r c 1
I tie see ne. J hese. amid the glare of furnace and
the flash of powder, let their ' cyclops hammers
fall." 11s if the Fourth were made of '-proof
.t.M-ne " w-hiUt the bii id 1 1 . I . t r. H. i iiiio- .. tl...
faces of the native band and us. produced a quaint,
but unique picture of beaming, patriotic joy and
satisfaction blithe. Thirty-nine rounds were fired
for all the States (including the good measure for
Colorado ')( oil.): thirty-nine rounds of cheers,
(with the irrepressible ''tiger:') were lustily voci
feratyi ; and thtrtv-nine toasts to the I'uion were
heartily swallowed before any sb'ep was had in
the house that night. Hut daylight brought the
most wearied votary of Morpheus to his (and her)
feet, and we saw
The Fourth by Daylight.
I shall bring your readers at once from Prinfe
ville to the store-house at llnnalei. and speak to
them of the decorations", accommodations and the
I good cheer on the sideboards. As I said before
' llit. iiwiil. .if flu. tiliii ralitli: ltnil.lino- i.via rrei....fiilK-
adorned with evergreens. The Committee, with
the tasteful assistance of James Robinson, jr.. had
i really succeeded in combining art with nature, and
setting off the interior of the establishment with
the refreshing pietnrcsqucness of a bower in ver
dure dad. The Hawaiian and the American flags
tacked toglher. floated in front of the Chairman's
t-taii.l. Here and there, appropriately placed and
intermingled were such flags as could be gathered.
On cither side of the store-house, long tables,
bending beneath an ample weight of provender
a sumptuous board it w as indeed, and varied
i withal. and at the extreme end. a steward's conn-
ter strewed with delicious viands argued the ca-
parity of Hanalei to do things ennme il
whilst the rosj- cheeks and buoyant forms which
filled the intervening seats. pe assuran:t that
j;ooit digestion " would "wait on appetite, and
health on both." The front of the storehouse was
stuccoed with wreaths, and from the flagstaff float
ed 11 multitude of banners, surmounted by the
American ensign. At two o'clock the invited
guests and all who desired to participate, had
artived. and Mr. John S. Low, President of the
Day, announced that
Would commence with praver. An eloquent np-
peal to the Divine Throne for the protection of our
country, her future prosperity and greatness, and
an acknowledgment for the biessings of the past.
x;i,s "t'r,',' "I' ' ,n,; R'v. Mr. Johnson.
fi,,. .. jveiiu-ation of Independence " was then
road in a clear and well-tolled Voice by Capt. Johll-
son. late of the I'nited States Army,
An oration was then pronounced by Mr. Jstmes
J. Avers, which was handsomely received and fre-
quotiily applauded. I cannot refrain IVoni giving
you the introiluctory passage, as it. will show you
al once the delicacy ami tate with which this gen
tleman introduced himself to a strange and foreign
audience. I quote from hi. notes :
" I hcitatii.ply accept the hontryonr Committee huve con
ferred oti nie to address you to-iiiiy. I consider the firt duty a
man owes, on an oicasion like tin, is to fully acknowli tle the
hospitalities of the country in wMch he sojourns to Mrictly
etinlornt to it laws, ami to feel rrateftil for 11s protection ami
it. shelter. Indeed, such would t the recognition due to tho
host who shares his h tme Willi you and how much more .should
iirh ri-eoeiiition le vr.uchsalfd to the nation which admits jou
to her shores, welcomes you to tie protection of her laws and
the epj tj nient of iter domitin , and ptTrmlsxi.u to avail your
se'f of her resources. In tli.s itpiri:, 1 otTer my (tinc-Te-t hopt-
Tor the prttp.-rity of thtt ilawaiiiin itovt rmneiit, nn-l comlr.le
with the people of them; island in tin ir recent s- vere hen ave
ments. I do this n-tt only from the motive of natural feeling,
but from the more enlarged coneiintiess that the chief of a
nation are it surest armi of del -nee from without, and the
safest Kuide to tii-et..le who lot up to them from within.
Thus, with the most disinterested wish for the prosperity of the
Hawaiian rac, I cannot, both as a phit'tsopher and a philan
thropist, but nes re that thetr leaders nitty perpetuate their
pntriap-hnl lines "
V011 will. I hope, spree with me, Mr. F.ditnr, that the- senti
ments enunciated altove are distinp-iished by an exalted liberal
ity of thouehl and a nice sensihi'tty of the relations which
should sui.aist bftweeii iirin anti man and men ami naiion.
I would lie happy to give you the entire oration, were it not that
it mik-ht ley ttr.i great nu encroachir.ent on the spice of your
valuable columns. Hut I can as-ure yon, if the manner in
which the audience received it, le a proper criterion of its
uieiit. it was an ilf-rt well worthy the oceas.on.
When Mr. Ayer had conelii.h-d. the President of the Pay fin
iioui.cett that a rt ci s of a few minutes, would Ite had for the
puiptise of arranging seats at the t ihh s.
One hundred ami fifty ladies ami pentlt-men, in round num
bers, were scC'imni' dated at th two tattles ; ami when all had
teen seated, the I'resi leiit c ilh'd upon the Kev. Mr. .I'ttmoii
who delivered cracc. The editties w. re dicued by apie-titt-s
sharped, dou'ille hy the exercise i f ioii ritles and ear! breaU
lats. Hut a three niut Ite an end even to an appetite, lo.iv
tver vigorous, the next order of the day was at lene;h rea'died,
namely. The Toasts.
I .-hall give thes hi as ooiideis.-d a ftrm :is p'ttble. as f .1
hta s :
lt His Msjesty, Kainthamiha Fifth. Kespomhil to by Mr.
1 The President of the Cnitetl Stales. P.esponded to by
Mr. Neva (in Hawaiian, and inti-rpr-teil by IVesnlent I.' w )
od i'ieen Victoria. I.e-pended tt, t.y c'apl. A. While.
4tti To the Memory of W inti-hl scotr, the veter-.n soldier of
Anter ca : ami to R. A'. Wyliie, the ll.iw.iiidii staie-iuau and
patrit t. f lirank staudim; and in silence )
Sth The liay we C.lebrate. Ke.j.. to by Mr. J. S.
ltow. ITIii was, indeed, one of lhe most humorous, entertlin
ing aitd effect. ve t IT r:s ol the nccasit n. I sh ill not autit rip tie
the pleasure which your reader tn iv derive from if p ru-il.
by attempting to synoptie it. Sufric- It to sy that Mr. Low
adopt-d the Vankee dialect throughout, and that, too, with a
pmnreney ant ppropristei.es that set " the table on a rtu.r."
Il w full of psn-iani tiits and ch-.rarteristic illustrations. coin
nieticing in a hi'-'n vein of gott.1 r.atur. which wrs ful'y sustain
et to ih" end. If I had a copy of this most excellent piece of
pnt prandial huno r, I sl.oni.l send it you ; bui of course Mr.
itTs frien is are not . selfish as to kep so pood a thing all
A few vulu.:teer toasts were given, and the cotapany rose and
In the Evening.
The room wa lit up an I the floor cl-ared for a ball, pome
fifty couple ass-rnbl-d. and the h trel, enlareetl by lhe accef.i'.n
of a good cttrnet a-piston. gave tfrj'Sichott-an s-ntimei.t Pi flying
fe-t. Polkas, quadrille. schottiscli.s. reels and lilts brought to
a pause one of the mot pleitig riavs I ever ped
I hsve len th is elao-trate. Mr. tlit
Lditor. in my description of
44 Founh of Jul;" at Har"i!i. f r
ttumerous peotle. aud that I be!
made by us, and the go-id 1 ttrl and stci-il feeling prwiuced hy
our reunion, will exemplify the fact that no community howev.r
small, if they really rever- the land of Wahincron atid tlie
day that gave birth to Freedom's F.aipire, can fall to exercise a
bnenril influence in their immediate circle by properly cele
brating the Natal djy of America's lndertendrnee.
CTAT NotlMJ I'MSSt
MOTES 4F TIIK WEEK.
"The Fit Krn" at Kik llwcu. Tlio ct!.lr.i
tinn of lhi annivvrary on the akl, riantaiioi
at llupa!akna. came off in ma:ii ttiefnt MyK. .A
mi.laiht a jUit ot tu-nty-.ne guns was firr
wLieli maile thf wi-lkiii ring for uiiUs arouud wii
patriotic fchoes. anil remiinlcj tho ?lutnlTT o
lhe plantation that tbe dot ions Fourth " ba
returned, and that their assi-.tancc in the celebrj
tion was reipuref. The call was responded to b
the male residents of the rauch. who immediate.,
arose and went on a serenading expedition, a;
si.-ted occasionally with choruses from the stent'
rian voices of the plantation hands, mostly Hawa
ians, w ho enjoyed the celebration of the day i
much as others, and seemed just as good Abut
cans so long as festivity was on the programin.
The day dawned beautifully beneath a clear blu
Italian sky such skies as the fortunate dwellei
on the House ofthe Sun " often witness and m
a cloud spotted the heavens, making the day i
that high altitude (two thousand leet above th
se.i) a most delightful one.
At sunrise the bright stars and broad stripes i
America were run up to the head of the lofty thu.
staff, accompanied w ith a national sunrise saJun
mingled with loud hurras for the Fourth of July
and the I'lupalakua Plantation, which were ri
echoed by every man. woman and child within th
precincts of I'lupalakua. At 10 a.m. some thre"
hundred natives belonging to the district paradei
through its entire length on horseback som
dressed in red shirts, others in blue and white
In forming the procession the red shirts came first
white next and blue closing up the rear niakin.
a cavalry company of rod. white and blue, suitabl
for the occasion. Alter parading; about two houi
they proceeded to an extensive lun-ii, which bai
been erected for the occasion, and under which wa
spread a grand Iitatt. given to the workmen by th
worthy proprietor of the plantation. As they s;
; round the festive board the noon salute was fired
which was responded to by cheers from the "gal
Iuntboys" who enjoyed themselves most heartil,
for full two hours, alter which they indulged ii
j horse racing, .vc. for the rest of the day.
j At 2 P. m. a dinnerparty took place at Cap
Makee's residence, w here were present the Consu
j of liussia and lady, the Sheriff, l'ostuia.-ter, Marsha
' and Collector of Maui together with many ladies an
, gentlemen resident on the island, besides some fe
j from Honolulu who, upon invitation, went up b,
i the steamer ot July 2d. More guests would hav
i represented our metropolis had it not been fe
: quarter day and court week, which unfortunate I
' interfered. Toasts were otTcred and responded t
I !'' 'Val. the dinner closing with the lollowin
biast: ' lhe ladies our ministering ana-els ; ma
; innocence and love ever be their portion."'
The festivities of the day closed with a sahib
which was tired at sunset, lile echoes of which fro:
'he craptry summit of lhe mountain had hardi
: ,: 1 .7,-r 1 . .1 .- . .1
died out w hen the preparation ot the evening
display commenced by setting off from a plat
form, erected fur the purpose, a large and varie
assortment of fireworks. For nearly two I10111
t the broad canopy of heaven w.is most brilliant!
' illuminated by tile resplendent flashings of rocket?
J'otnan er.ndles. blue lights, bengolas. serpent.-
; Ac. which were traversing the heavens in all d
reclions with every possible movement, renderin
. tin' sight a most beautiful one.
In the evening a Fa.wv Dkkss Hai.i. took placi
and the rooms were very tastefully decorated wi:
evergoens. flags. Ac. At ten o'cloek dancin
commenced, and lhe fancy costumes added nine
to the gaiety of the evening. " Hrother Jonathan
and the " Goddess of Liberty, '" it is said, made qui!
a stir, to say nothing of the "Maid of the Mist,
and the pretty llower and peasant girls who mil
gled with the .'est and made theinsoles ngreeabb
Dancing was kept up merrily till one o'cloek, whe
the company repaired to the supper table whic
was bountilullv supplied with all the swei-ts an
delicacies of the season. After supper dancin
was resumed and kept up till ' the wee sma' both
ayont the Iwal."'
Of a!l that did chunce 'twere a loni; tute to tell.
Of the danret", and dreses. and who was the belle ;
Put enrh were so happy, and all were so fair.
The nieht stole away, and the dawn caught Ihem there."
We are unable to report at length, owing I
want of space in our columns, but will close b
saying that the guests of C-jpt. Makee will ncv
forget the pleasant Fourth of July they passed
his Plantation, or the generous hospitality of tl
worthy host and hostess.
Rai.i.aiis for thk Timks. Recent political even-
promise to give birth to some popular sumps, whic
,av become public property, like "John Brown,
: Tramp, tramp," A Thu otlior Jy wc Uniiot
new composition going the rounds of the bulla
singers, the chorus of w hich we append :
"The Min's'er s defeatetl, hurrah, bova, hurrah.
Down with Ins paper, ami lower his star.
While we rally round the cash, boys, we'll rally once agaii
Shouting the hrd coin forever."
There were some six or eight verses, describir
the sensations experienced in the pockets of
Kanaka on the change from coin to shin plaster eti
rency. Another song that we fell in with sugges
the query whether we have a Tom Hood among u.
It begins :
" Times and dnll--"rs, dollars and dime..
An empty pocket is the worst of crimes
Lmk out for the Minister. Rive him a thrust.
Trample tils shinplasters into the dust," ke.
There is evidently more sentiment than poet!
in these street ballads, but they serve to show ho
the public fi-l and think on the questions of tl
jr-Of" The follow ing, which we clip from a Vict
ria paper, is as applicable here as there. We hat
never heard of the article being imported here.bi
' 'or all that some adventurous person may hat
indulged in the hope of making something on
... n().(, .
I.s THKISK NlTRO-Gl.VfKRINK IN Town ? This ser
oils question is generally asked, and if there I
any of the article here it is hoped that it will I
immediately destroyed by the parlies holding i
It is certainly anything but a comfortable refie
tion that the explosion of a quart of this dangero
agent would be sufficient to cause the death of u
persons near it or blow a building to smiihareen
One hard I v feels safe anywhere with a know leik
tiiat such a fearful agent is in existence, and th
every strange package he sees landed from a ve
sol or observes on a dray may contain enough 1
the frightful compound to blow him and his su
puiiidiiigs to atoms.
Thk Ivtk I.kk. This Maui packet made a tri
to Makena last week, and on her return showi
whrtt new copper will do. Leaving Luh'itina at
P. M.. he arrived off Diamond Head at a little aft.
I A. M.. making the run in seven hours, ten mil
utes and twelve seconds. Captain Fountain ca
ries a chronometer, and times his movements. I
s-ivs. moreover, that his craft is now ready for
trial of speed with any coaster that meets liirn 1
h;s ijiiarter. The A.Vi or Albrriu won't be lot
waiting lor a set-to.
Rkvovai- We notice that Graham has iuh-.i
his topsorial emblems to the brick-store, former!
oeenpied by J. If. Wood, where he says he wi
--have his customers cleaner than ever tin-v won'
oof shaved w ith paper money. Those whose cran
inns are in want of artistic manipulation and it is- -refreshing
operation in this hot weather willg.
a new idea or two by calling on Graham.
Coi.oit PltK.uiiMK. It is strange how deep"
runted is the prejudice against color in some par
of free America. Such incident1? as tLe followin
arc of ft-ei(iient occurrence:
A colored tav-payer was drawn as a jurtman i
Virginia City tme Win. A. fi. Rrown. Xotwit!
si.uidiiiZ the ivil Rishts Rill. Jiltliie ionl-ar:
discharged him. holdinir that the bill does m
annul the Constitution of the Stale of Neva-la.
,TJ? A letter from Hawaii states that the crate
of Kilauea still continues very active more s
than it has been f-r several years. It is natun
that Madame Tki-K should sympathise with the put
lie in the recent political agitation, and show he
di-zust of the Minister's p iper money scheme b
spitting fire at them and everybody else who ma
cross her track.
-7r-ty The ship .1. JL Will'' touched at this pot
on the 11th. reporting herself thirty-seven day
from Svdnev. but we were unable to obtain an
31ierj, "irom'that port. She bro.-ght a few puper
Lt. from New Zealand, to boat May 12th.
.-TT'T" The bark Ethan AUra may be expected 01.
Monday next, 15 days from San Francisco, bring
ing the New York mail of June 1. and San Fran
ci:-co papers of Juno 30th.
I.ss or Sthoonkk "FoRwRr". Vfe noticed a
couple of weeks since the loss of this vessel, while !
bound from New London n Honolulu. We find :
. f.lt . !.. ... V" V 1
w.e ,ouo.ng p;uucuiar m u uue .ew .''
l'a''r: . j
Letters w-ere received here UVdnesday from
l apt. W ui. K. Kmwn. dated i.ombm. April ittb.
slating that the schooner Funranl. in which he!
atled lrom this port March ll'tli, was lost at sea. j
March :lst. From lhe letter received we gather
l... .ll... r.. : . .i... t . . t- .i . i
tut- loiKtttiiij: ...ii; i oui t-i iitiiir mi" iora Ol lilt-
set. tin theivth dav out a tearful gale came on.
tluring which the vessel was knocked on her beam
ends and tiie rail, bulwarks and staunchions, even
wuh the ptankshear from tbe forward part of the
rigging to the pKp. were carried awav. bv which
means the sea washed into tbe hold.' When she
righted in about live minutes, there were five feet
ot water in the hold. The pumps were i mined i-
atelv manned, and bedduisi. clotliiatr. etc.. were
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Mulled into tbe rents, and stout canvass parttallv
nailed over them. By dark the water w as pumped
out. tn the "iMh the jib bjom and sktving gear
gave out. On the 31st a sail was disco vered ahead
and a sieual ot distress was raised. The vessel
was tbe AtteiM JhIwho of Sautander, Spain, from
Havana for Antwerp. She was short of provisions,
and a small quantity were taken from the Foricard.
w hen she swamped and went down. All hands
were saved. The Foric ird was origiually a reve
nue cutter, and was purchased by Messrs. Williams
A Haven of this ci!v. last December.
Whkx siiaij. wk have It as? Some time ago i
there was a movement to resusvitatethe gas works, i
and furnish Honolulu with this indispensable illu
minator. With the improvements now made in the
; manufacture of it, there can be no good reason
why it may not be made to pay, if taken hold of
I by parties who understand the business ; especially
as the main pipes are all down, and many houses
are supplied with the fittings. I?y the use of crude
petroleum, a great reduction has been made in the
cost of manufacturing gas. (said to be fully one
half.) and a much better light produced, supetior
! to that from coal or any other material. This
article is now superceding coal for gas manufac
ture in many cities. The population of Honolulu
is sufficient to sustain a gas company, if conducted
on a basis corresponding to the requirements f
A Vai.i ahi.k Tree. The following item, which
, we find in an exchange, shows how valuable a tree
may be for cabinet work. Rut the black walnut is
by no means so handsome or choice a wood as our
, mountain Aon, some specimens of which are 1111
' surpassed by the finest mahogany or rosewood.
! Of course we have no trees on Hawaii that will
compare with this iu size, and if we had, it would
' cost a small fortune to get them to market.
In the month of January, 18(16, a remarkable
' tree was brought to New York from a Western
State, which is considered by the best judges to be
worth S'Jo.OOO. No foreign tree was ever brought
: here of so great value. This was a black walnut
. tree 70 feet long, measuring board or inch measure
4.500 feet ; but when cut into veneers it would be
30 times that, making 1H.VO0O feet, which at 20
cents would lie $27,001'. The cost of cutting, catt
ing and placing in store for sale, 'would be about
y.-tf- By advices received this week from Kauai,
we learn that the schooner 0nica.nl proved a total
wreck at Wahiawa. Her masts, anchors and chains
were brought to this port by the A'eMt'e Merrill.
The loss of this vessel has been caused mainly by
the want of buoys. The same may be said of the
loss of the Annie Lnrit at Koloa. and the strand
ing of the Albi'rni at Wainiea. Here is loss of
fifteen thousand dollars or more, which might per
haps have been avoided by government putting
down good anchor buoys. It is the province of
! government to look ufler aud provide these necess
ary safeguards. The expense is not so great as the
sum that has been added to the Ministers sal
aries. Coasters pay heavy charges to the gov
ernment, and for what? That Ministers salaries
may be increased ? No. But that proper safe
guards may be provided for inter-island commerce.
, We hope to see a reform.
The bark Strallxic left this port for Japan
and China on Saturday hist about 2 p. m. Quite a
crowd of residents assembled on the Esplanade,
and as she cast off from the pier with all her sails
set. three hearty cheers went up for the American
Ministers and passengers on board, which were
responded to by them. The Ministers expressed
great satisfaction with their visit at this port, and
with the attentions bestowed on them by officers
of His Majesty's Government and by citizens gen-
: erally. They staid at the American House, and on
leaving said that nowhere, since they started from
New York, had they found better accommodations
at any hotel where they have stopped, or more at
tentive hosts than at this. This is a 'deserved com
pliment to Mr. KirchhofT, who has succeeded in
making the American House worthy of its name
and of the city of Honolulu.
jjet?" A native fireman named Nika, belonging to
Company No. 4, died on Tuesday, and was buried
with the usual honors.
9" The outward mail will leave by the C'oinef
on Monday or Tuesday next
Correspondence of the Pacillc Commercial Advertiser.
Hi 1.0, June 26. lS6f.
Mr. Kimtok: Having an eye to the proceedings
rAl . . . . . , .
of the Legislature, now in sess.on. I saw a piece in
your paper of June 9th, concerning the repeal of
the Navigation Law Section 4 of the Civil Code.
In that paper I noticed the inquiries of Mr.
keke. He wants to know where tbe Captain f
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the hdiuiea was when she got on shore? How tho
.nvna Hook got on shore" JIow the Atone Jaurm
was lost? And where was the Captain of the
AHjrni when she was stranded at Waimea? Now,
Mr. Kditor, I can answer the whole of these que?-
tions. with one exception. In tbe first place, the
Kila urn got on shore through having tintive vjftrrrs ; r
the Annie Laurie got on shore through having a
stranger or vmUihini, as Mr. Ukeke would call him,
for master ; the AUfrtii got on shore through slip
ping one chain and the other parting, and had no
other anchot to let go.
Now, I will answer some more of Mr. L'kcke's
questions by asking him a few questions. He
wants to know what luttlrc Captains have lost ves
sels in this group. In the first place, who was
master of the J WaLine, when the Governor of
Kauai was on board bound to Honolulu from
Kauai, when that dignitary rather sarcastically
advised going back to Kauai to take a fresh start ;
and the whaling brig Victoria fell in with them
northeast of Hawaii, and -showed them the way
back to O.thu. That was not one of Mr. Ukcke's
"hifaltitin navigators." Secondly, who were the
masters of the schooners Marnarct. Kiwtole. Joint
'n?e. link nl do. Katnamabt. Williflntiiie, S. S.,
Mtilnhai. sloop Lnil't. and Jlary E'len otherwise
7v"tiA imai. o, and many others, too numerous to men
tion ? They were none of Mr. Fkeke's " hifaltitin
navigators.'' No. they were natives that now want
0 many thousand dollars appropriated to teach
them navigation, and $0 each to buy them suits
of clothes, and so many dollars appropriated to ;
have their pictures taken. j
As a looker-on. I think Mr. Ukeke would In; '
more at home in a taro patch than silting in our :
ll.Hise of Parliament, making laws for a civilized i
n;l;i,,n ,,r a nation that call themselves civilized.
I do not blame him so much, however, as the four
white men (who are owners of vessels) that paid .
S.'ti) to pass the bill through the House to repeal
the Navigation Law. Some of them wore Captains .
of coasters not a great while ago. and they don't !
know how- soon it may come to their turn to serve ;
in that capacity again. No. because they can get ;
a native Captain for $20 or $30 per month b-ss. '.
they did not like the Navigation Law passed at the ;
last session of the Legislature, and have clone all 1
iu their power to have it repealed. Ofcour.se they ;
are the monied men. and can get anything passed j
with money. But we are the people that are mak- ;
i:iK the money for them, and are poor.ar.u the only
wav we can gel justice from a discerning public is ;
through the medium of your valuable columns. j
By Tnserting the above in your next issue you j
will" do justice to more than one Old Coaster, j
For tLe information of our correspondent and all :
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concerned, we win stai? tnai tne rving nasaecnnea
to sign the law passed by the Legislature, and re
ferred to by an " Old Coaster. CoDstsanently, the
Navigation Law still remains in force. Kr."
Tbe eb'ip IVUIiam If'ilcox passe J (Lit port on
Thurs.h.y. 18 dtj. frum ?an Fraocisco. hTioC ttt .
there on the 23J. ,.
We hTe u u,er forc; nf W9 M tbe telwrmph 1 1
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to be dosrn. tut more l.keij it w.s in the h
hand of "peculator", who are making their liMsf,,
thousands out of it.
, i i
l . . .
i - There ,u war ,0 haro' ,oe Ute,t PWi.h-4
! telegrams reported a collision betaeta the PruMtisi
I and Austriau forces at Altona. Hut one paper with
the news in u W4S reccifcaf mni ,h4l hM ,erT
. , ,. ,
j Gold was quoted at ICS St 1C9.
The bark Jh C. Murray arrived oer on the 20tl
ii . o , , ' t .
of June, IS days passage, bat ing sailed beooe on the
! j r a v- w
"oul,l lte San Francisco for Honolulu or
I tbe 7th.
' Bltrk Elhtin j1Un on ht 80th ofJone, Hid
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win uc uue but on .uonuaj nest, one wui ones;
ten days later telegraphic news. , , t
The United States steamer VanHtrbUt and the
monitor AItnaJnoek arrived at San Francisoa oa tire j
22J of June, and anchored off Yallejo street whart I
The negroes of Memphis have subscribed lO.OOC i
for a hospital for their owu use. j
It siuJ that the reconstruction report is favored by !
a majority of tbe Cabinet. j
Jenny Lind sung at a recent festival at Cannes1 i
her first appearacoe iu France. j
John W. Pease, a meohauio at Allegany. Cattarsa- :
gus county, has invented a brick machine, whion
will turn out 20,000 bricks per day.
Henry S. Bigelow, M. D., of Boston, baa disoov- :
ered a new ana'sthetio agent whioh be calls rhigo
leno. It is hydrocarbon, and obtained from petro
Prentice of the Louisville Journal, makes a wicked
lunge at the very underpinning of society. He say
tilting hoops enabte the common people to see m
great deal more of good society than they ever saw
The " European Pocket Time Keeper," extensively
advertised at 1, is a simple pasteboard dial arreofdi
; to tell the time by tbe sun, and costs only a few oenta.
The British fleet on the coast af North America
cousists of 26 ships, with 443 guns, and manned by
6298 officers and men, two. vessels mounting 21 guns
and with 440 men.
Three hundred Gorman immigrants have just
arrived at Augusta, Ga. They are all engaged, and
are to be paid SloO per aouum, with board and
lodging fur each man, and 5100 for each woman.
The total attenJunae in the different departments
of the College at Oberlin. Ohio, ibis season is 770.
of which 425 are gentlemen, and 315 are ladies. Of
i tbe whole number, 261 are uew students. .
j It is uow stated that Dr. Winchip nan lift 4,000
I pounds, which is the limit that be placed on himself
at the commencement ol his experiments, after whion
he was to repose on his laurels.
One of the Philadelphia churches has erected in
the wall of its vesiihule a marble tablet, w hereon is
inscribed the name and date and plaoe of death of
its members who fell victims to rebel bullets or to
rebel barbarity during tbe war.
A curious menage has just been established in the
Jardin des Pinnies. Iu an iron cngc have been
placed a young lioness, an Algerian wild boar and a
little dog. This last is quite the master, the lioness
generally amusing herself with teasing the boar..
When, however, the lioness goes too far the dog inter,
feres and re-establishes order.
A Naples letter writer says that several Romtn
Catholio priests have declared their intentioos of
marriage, under the new lis which makes marriage
a civil rite, and one has already fceea united to a
lady of Naples. The writer thinks the example will
be somewhat extensively followed.
It is proposed in Charleston, S. C. lo convert tbe
square of the burnt district into a publio garden, oa
the same plan as the Palais Royal in Paris. This
wilt be enclosed by a fire proof block of baildiogs,
the lower stories to be used as stores, while the upaer
will contain cafes, an opera house, Sio. .
On Thursday last, a lady, wearing a red epsr
clonk, wu8 passing along the street in Quinoy, III,
where some cattle were being driven. One of them,
attracted by tbe color of the cloak, dashed forward,
and planting a horn under each of the lady's arms,
pinned her fast to a fence close by. Singularly
enough, she was released from her perilous and em
barrassing position without injury.
The Publio Debt. It was considered one of the
greatest achievements of Pitt that he devised a sink
ing fund whereby the publio debt uf England, if it
could not be paid, might at least be prevented from
increase. A Republican administration of the United
States has done better than this. When tbe expenses
of the war oan hardly be said to have eeaaed, the
publio debt is reduced twelve and three quarter mill,
ious iu a single month. And this without extraor
dinary means, foreign or forced loans, subscriptions
or sny resource but that derived from tbe inooms of
Imputed Dksion or Napoleon A Paris letter
says that it is by no means impossible that Napoleon
is aiding and abetting Prussia in her alleged designs
upou tbe Duchies, and in her desire still further to
have Austria humbled. Napoleon might gain con
siderably hy a war between Prussia and Austria. 1st
exchange for his neutrality, or moral aid, and ia ex
change for the maritime advantages which she would
gain by tbe annexation of tbe Duobies, Prussia
might be willing to give up to France the long
ooveted Rhenish provinces and make the Rhine the
natural boundary" of France. Ia the course of
f 'he conflict Italy might be able to seise Vrnetia
j "1CD. 00e " er anas, rranoe wouia never pee-.
1 mit to be restored to Austria; and in exchange for
this the Italian government would doubtless Va w"i4i
ing to abandon, final) and forever, tbe idea sf rrak.
ing Rome the capital, and even be wilUag to guar.
ant, tn I ho Io n hi. t.mnnr.l bt..Ml..l.
i Bbitimi American Confedekatiox. Both Houses
. of ,e iNo,a Sooiian Parliament have patsed rml..
, tions in favor of a Confederation I" tbe Provinces,
! This insures the carrying out of the seheme. lo s
few weeks the question will go before tbe Imperial
, i mruameni. Delegates from tbe different Colon!
j w;u be heard in Committee, and the aot f Vuum
i s a
1 will be ratified before the close of ths nrsssnt ...
' nis mucii appears ai me momcjit to be morally oer-
tain. How far the scheme will please tkese who arw
thus to be brought into political udiod we oaonol
venture even tn cnntcctiire. All an V now I. ih.t if
it satisfy the Provincial people, it oupht to satisfy aa.
It will at !cat bring Item nearer the day of ooroclata
release from a state of colonial dependence ot. tka
. Parent .State ; and thin i all that England cares for
; in pressing confederation upon them with euah atcady
purpose .V. V. Timet.
j John Stewart Mill has undertaken tbe praisewor
thy task of giving the English House of Commons
: few easy lessons in good manners From titua irv
: memorial the worthy members of that ooseeiicntial
. body of legislators have been in tbe habit of six tins
; on the benches of the Hnnse with vevered huaiiv.
; after the fi-hion of a'l orthodox Quakers.. Iiott Mr.
I Mill not otily removes his bat, but reives U al the
door, so ns to prevent a posmbla jielihiog to the
; temptation of uuiveral custom. After be has suc
ceeded in imparling the rudiments of etiquette to
thee Philistines." it would be well if he gva
them a few lectures on Political Kcoaoroy and other
branches of statesmanship.
Gkn- Grant's Modestt. The Chicago Rtpubli.
can s.iys :
Gen. Grant, in a recent conversation with the Rev.
George I fop worth, of Boston, said of Gen. Sherman :
" Sherman is a man to be proud of. He is iropeta
ous, he is faulty ; but he knows his own ftults
Sitim as any man." Of Sheridan be said : He is
the best man in America. He has no peer. lie caa
wield any force. He is a pore hearted, simple-man.
tiered and truly noble man." And of himself b
said: " There were a thousand others who oould
have done the thing as well as I. I am thankful to
G-d that He helped me to do tbe work; but, bad L,
not been living, or bad the Government passed, over
me, there are other men who would have WflU, the,
victory fur you."
On JCrvnai !
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A V CT ION
Sa (unlay, Jnlj 141b,
AT lO O'CLOCK. A.M..
On the Premises of t. HERTCI.M ANN, HOL'OAA, Kami,
the property belonging to the
Kstatc of the L.nte Charles Harms.
ArK -jeo head of Catttc, including 13 pair ot working oxen
ami 1 hatf i r. .1 Hull.
100 Sheep, Saddle llorsea.
6 Mares and 6 Colts. 3 Stallion.
1 Young Horse Colt, 1 Mule.
A. Lot of Sundries, such as Toots, etc., etc.
After which will be sold tbe lease of the Land ITLAA, to
run for about seven years, at an upset price of tlM a year.
For further particulars apply to
T. It. MARSHALL.
A-J 4t Admrnistraiora of the estate of C- C. Harms