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DY ADAMS & WILDER.
KECULAR ROO.n SALE.
021 TUESDAY, : : : OCTOBER 27th,
. At W O'clock. A. at Sal Boon,
WUl Stid t
A Large Asst of Merchandise.
Crock mra re, tie.
Off THURSDAY. : : : OCTOBER 20th,
Ml 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
Attn Ri.lnr of B. T. "iWt, ,. a Toina Street, wdl
sU (on ti4 e J?mrtm o wmt ft Earns)
we E.YT12E nRrrrsc or toe norsE,
CawaUfla; t Bw mmmurXm'nl ml Parlor. Caanber, IHalaf
mrmm ami Kltrawa Farmlue. En(ra1nae. etc
Fame alar SJ fouar adevrUaramta sod pmeera.
L.AXD rOU SALE !
A TRACT or UXD IV KACIIfl Of
aad a Mif Aerw tlrwa Aer or IiM Lao Mrl in
, m Katav A ranMnf atresia of wt rr ibmajf n too
Mi. MpnaU) J. Morris H4 aaaeh. apply t
. C4S ft J.tf II O. CAKTrg.
Tlo!ntion ofCo-rnrf iierl.lp.
ran II f t T f 1 r. I O N . I. UTfLV C4RRT.
si I ."HI es kun at l rv Bxl IA Ctnl
flat!, aavw dta f .. Ta onaioraa wdl b ear
rt4 aa la auar a IB d staa.1 y J.Coraio-
45 t. J. JOAStt'lM.
KONA COFFEE I
IC ona O o ffo e ,
Selected by Messrs. Neville & Barrett,
Vm fceillti are ml In anaav Tko atuotioo ol daaiara U
to pwrcRaatna; tarha.
rnr aaia In atwMilica to ult ay
lit to A. f . CLCOHOKX.
C O r F E K !
firR iiirr iuxd a scperior
KUXA t"rrit, .Wri apwral era,
nd m t y.ara eUt. V rry aalrM ke Omerre. Vaaatlhm,
PKKClSSKr.V MATCHES !
r-mic isocaMCMi:!), lows fortiie
San Francisco Percussion Match Company.
Have aa anmt Mr tkatr hpW Mefca pt aw la line at
A itcn iHlk, Wa eoamuaai e ablprat. far tal kjr
MIoi WALKER A ALLaX.
THEO. H. DAVIES,
Oflrrs for Sale to ArriTC,
THE BRIT. BARK GARSTANG,
5r 135 Dur oat from Liverpool.
rwilltl WHOLE OF Till CARGO HAS
SELECTED WIYH GREAT CARE
I Worthy the Attention of Town and
All the Best and Newest Stjles
-i a - -or
. 3 Crvca. Oraac IHacfca, tltetn and
Oraicr, 2 Plak, Plak and
ItllC OE Or THE tnOIfXST 1SS0RTMESTS
CI Fit IlIPOZTCO nr.BE.
rrtata, Xulevklna, f kirtlnja,
Iforreek' Laa Ckh. Biiae PeaiaM,
Brown Drtlto. BIa B.rtln. Imea htrUnea,
8tnp4 rktB. ihae Jaaipera, Wkieo Drill
A.. Aav. -
Whit rvi Inn twn. rial") at CtT4 Dear.
Rluoa Li or, Stack anl Bra Rollaa,!, Caatlna.
fMtinais Caaahrt Alkta, Btaanail liaeaa.
frlabtil Laeraa ao4 Liaaa,A.. Ac.
Btaca aaMl Cnl'J Barathea, M awl Whlta rTaoaei.
Heaiey Foor rn Blaabe. Aeaaetetf Cokes aat Slsea.
Velea rVhla Clotb.
Waterproof Teeerfa, Seotcb Taee4a, A&, -
a.lk aal Corto Taibeanaa,
rtaiia Waterwl Silka ao4 Muirw Aathrae.
tadieV Tlee. Fancy lira and Lefbon Data, Lace CaOara,
f U Il.ua. XJimo Tbrea.1, Wrttln Paper. Eaeeioe-o,
DtatliMMiry. Bs,'elle BoanU. Croaoet Svta, Ladle rana.
Wklt Ctn ami Linen Shlrta, Reyatta, Shirt.
Crhnaaa Iftina, A'paea Sacb. Watts tek Troaraera.
Jitn Mrta, At cK CKH Tmerarre,
Want Pack, -. Ttae, Liaea Tovel, tiaea Collar
Hockio. Wilson tc Co.' Oilman Stores,
Ttvwrs jin,ji:u.!L, id cisirriTS.
IaJ. ope Jk o. Air, la Klan,
Marriaa'a Ale, km (laaa,
Cataaeatt Jitaaf, la glass.
Daavtlle da To. Uaiakr, is(UA wood
reatlc Ctkaasyaf ae ! ft. aal jts.
Fn-lhh rionghs f ery strong.
B?st Whits Lead. Zinc, asd Boiled Oil.
Via ! ar. Kaethnar, an.1 China,
Frf nch and EoIih Paper lUnins
Per ISlilp "Ceylon."
BOTOX SCCAR Cl'RCO II A MS, IX
(ar. aarrwl Eaatera Clear Pork.
sarr Kawtern tor A ppla.
Kit .. I Xackeret,
Cv Con "tareb.
- t'aae Kagfe CbocoUt.
Tra Lemon tyraa,
Cfcw faatara tae.
Caaa tuaeatraml Laaaoaiiito.
Caaea Cawleeanl Milk.
Csae Taat rWJrr.
Caaea Taaaata Ketcbap,
IbU OraxmUted on! Powdered Sugars
AS& tOK 8AUC AT
T-a Famll C;ros-rT FrJ Mote,
-ll. T la) I BAATLKTT.
U-me Tenwetrtal Alnb. pn 2? iO.
" . -rnriAl PVree SlagiMtie UoU,
- -we ay l Wl .u)
ii. m. wnrrxrT.
BY C. S. BARTOW,
THIS DAY !
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE!
AT At'CTlO.X !
031 SATURDAY. :T: : : OCT. 24th.
At 12 o'clock noon, oo tlv Pmolm.
WILt. BE SOLO AT PUBLIC AUCTIOX
The Pleasantly Situated Property on Adams
Lane, near the Emma House,
And owned ay Mr SYLYA. Oo th XfA vtTkrM Fria
Ctl(r. m cotainior lonr rouan. aad mm three
T1TLJ& fKCMMCLK. to .m'licnlr trxjir
C. 8. tlBTOW, Aoctiooeer.
03? WEDNESDAY, : - - - OCT. 28th,
At 10 O'clock A. V., a Sale Kitten.
tfUl OJtTtd i
A VARICTV OF SALEABLE GOODS !
Blanket. Ilaf. KM TVfcin. M' k.ktn. Alpaca.
ilaiUM, Ladle Uiu-r, hita Koapa,
Card Match, barrels Salmon, etc, etc, etc
A I a-A IAJT OF FIRXITIRC
1 1 Ka Tab). 1 Stained Trl. 1 Win Octet,
1 Child' Ink (rUt etjW-X 3 email Oval Table.
1 Katmaiaa Vuuog TaIhc, 1 I!m1cb4Mx1.
The Valuable Troprrtj In Ilonannaa
r,fiti'ri vri ra a iyit a?Dnr - -
Q f0 oo IK harbor. whirh is a Ao rme etor JTJV
1 M . a iraa lllir.f ilouae. an4 a Urr. and I
or tk Boat dieirable ixuom ta ooaia
Three Large Kuleanas of Land,
On the Ahapaaa f lioaaaao, oo wbich are 43 beariof OrafifO
Tra anl 1jCO Coffee Jn.
Tb ahnee eaioaMe ty iH be roJ-1 rm r caah. Foe
term apple to W. K. WKMIIT. li'-oaanaa.
47 Ina Or, W. C. JuNKS, llooolola
Per Steamer, Monday, Sept. 28.
F1KF.4II GOLDR.V U ATE EXTRA Fallf
fruit Orakarn TVmr,
Coarae llomloe, fine HuDiny,
Chuece California 1 1 am a.
Cal.roia 'ircakej Bacoo,
HmoLtil Deef, Smoked Salmon,
Catila, Table Fraita rochrs.
CotUoj'a Table t raliJ Prara,
CutUog'a Jelhea, in flaaa,
Caars taloon brra.1,
Ttoa I nth Crackers,
California Cream Cheese.
Boar brat White 5!ocronl,
Bosra brat Wait Vermicelli,
K.t U Mtckrrcl,
New Cat Oolooa.
rallfcraU OaU aid Dran, .rw faliromla Patatafo,
FRESH AFPLh'S AXD FEARS.
At the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
644 1a I. BABTIETT.
IrTinM tlirciical Olirc Drown Soap,
IV MLL BOXES OF 18 f,B. EACH. AT
ft AO pr bos. ai at tL aull tirocrry aod
IfceJ tutr. CUt 1m) I. BAKTLkrf.
ICEleAAU .11 OSS.
A 4IIOICE ARTICI,K FOR Pl'DDIXOO,
Blane iinngte. he. for al In Bo ori-r at lh rarully
Gmcery aoJ feel ttot.
1. BART Lk.tr.
A KCPKRIOK ARTICI.K
T"S BUA.MOT. la qoartrr caka. Foe aal by ?
la WALKER, A ALLEN.
Muller', Deetjen's, and Bremmeraan'a
OK I.ATK IMPHRTATIOXd.AXOWAR.
RANTk.O ar.nd and g id. HMt inl r by lb an-
dee.l'wd at laeotcc Price fve lb Nail p-ck.
S43 3aa UOtiBa.V BH'Pr3.
IVciv KnliNli Oroccrics
linCKIVKI PEH STRAMRR,
Ex SbJp " Majestic." at San Francisco, from
CJkK CATII.K OAI.
Cms Pare Creasa Tartar,
Car Kr4 Sardine, balf a ad qr. twee.
ItoN Carranta, la 11 aad B iara.
Cetr Jaas. la rteoe Jvr. 1 at 3 fca.
Heat Otr. in rim.
teit Blaxb Pepper. ,n (la.
Beat Clnsaasoo, in glaaa-
raaallr Crrrry ad Free! Starr. I
AU lea I- B ART LETT.
OIllNRtF: HILK. JILL COLORS. PLAIN'
Ldie and Oeaia Ltnaa.
For sakt by
A ri'f.L AOKTMi:.T WHITE
t or ai hjr
g4V.TlA-:n Kn l'PRRIOR WIIITK.
Vli Hickory, feegua aod 'ry ao-1 SI 4 re Iy
A. 8 C1.KUIIOKX.
MM t'tcea a Utmo
(CIS la) A. 8. CLKOIIORX.
Fee T by
Wh t Cotton.
A. I. CLEOnOR.X.
For aah, by
A. 8. CLkAillOR..
OK ALL KINDS
Vtar sal by
A. 8. CLKGIIOEN.
Fue sal by
H osnea Round Coeab.
Fv sale by
eiVlm A. 8. CLEG HORN.
09. LINK.V TIIKRI I.
lam.tajw sua Itaaakerchlef.
F ar aai ay
Ali-lat A. . CLKGIIORX.
M lArwaer's (narantecd sraaioe) Oil,
S45-ls a. B. CLKiiHORX.
BLA N K ETS.
&4Vlia h. 8. CLEQHORX.
For al by
645-las A. 8. CLEOUQRX.
For ej by
aVki-lss A. 8. CLKOIIORX.
645-1 A. 8. CLkUMORX.
F. sal by fASl) A. 8. CLKOnoRX.
A. S. CLECHORN
RKSPtCTKl LLV CALL. THE
Atteatlis f KM UI'IKS
To hU Well Selected Stock of Good
He tail Establi.luaent on Nuuanu Street.
! JUST ItECEIVi:i
C. BREMER & Co.
American Clipper Ship 1 Ceylon
A Large Assortment of
i flON'SlvriXG IX lA RT OK THE FOU
1 V LUMl.VUi
Best Anthracite Steam Coals,
W l 21 1 C H3 O XI t H ,
Larze "mooth Bottom Whale BoMa.
Largt Smooth Ilotton H'bal Boota, aitb Ceo Ire Soarda,
A aotall ao4 wen-arleeted lot of 7 l leel, 1 to lochea.
100 Caaea Byam'a Eight CarJ Matches.
Dest Tennessee Saddles.
Leather Belting !
Brat Oak Tat-oed, from 3 Iu 6 i lichee.
lit. ix 1 1 o i I ncking.
FUJE INDIA RUBBER HOSE,
With Coupling, I'ipea aod Sprinkler.
Cnla HlnclaMmitlift' Con I.
Parrel Boein. Kri Hide PolaoD.
Caaka Fain Oil, Barrel BuLea,
Caaee CjU. Turpeuline. Caaea Benzine,
Ce I". per m, Ca. Blacking
LIGHT CONCORD WAGONS!
Dales Vaonjr Hags, Bales Burlaps,
3Llf;la.t JEjjcproasj Wn sons.
HAND O AHTS,
light Haod Carts. Heavy PbilaJelphia Hand Cards.
HORSE AND MULE CARTS.
Hade evpresa! for Traab Carriers, and cheaper than any ether
k U of eeliicle for aucb aruaa.
IV i av it. y S Ii a p c m .
BleaehcJ Namake Cotton 4-4,
Bale Langilon Cotton 4-4,
Bale Aoioakeac Denima,
llakr rear! Hirer Ienmi
Bale Aosoakeaf Browo Drniing,
Bales Mane belter Denim.
Caaea Cottuo Thread,
Caaea Blue Drillinr,
Quarter barreU Pork,
Qoarter barrel Dried Apple,
Caaka of Cbeeae.
Caaea Teaet Powder,
Boxes Cod flab.
Half barrel OranoUted Socar,
Half barrels Ptw Jrrl "agar.
Ik'Xr tall Water Snap,
Case Eaatero Brooms,
Cases Piper Bag,
Caaea Corn Starch,
Cases Tro Lemon "jrrop.
Case Pepper Saoee,
Casrs Condensed Milk
Casks PtkA Bread.
Barrels best Pilot Bread.
rtowa. Hay Cotter,
Plow Pcaata. Vt bee Jacks,
CaltUalera, Ox Yokes,
Cart "pokes. Ox Bows,
Baggy ShafU, PSi Handle,
Cart Hob., Planter Hoe,
A ales and Boxes, Canal Barrows.
I mr - s:t. n it...
WaTW .allsM, IKMUWf,
lUlchctn iUrm, Jln!Ier Aim,
fehitgUnft HaUcbs), Wmrmm! Bntlrrv,
CooiUcr Kk-t. Crnbir.
j .Manila Cordage, Hay Kopc, Done Yarn
Patent Coffee and Rice Hullers,
rateat Fire Hilingulsbera,
Uokra Tin Plates.
Utiles B-irl'ip Rvjxfor Cofte or Eire,
Drums lki'lcl Linxrctl Oil,
Krtjs H7iiie Pa'uxt.
aaQ Invoice of Sash and Doors.
CEDAR SIIINCLKS, &c.
TWO U1LLET a. UHSTO
A Larre ao4 Sple ndlJIj lwrted Invslre of
BLANK BOOKS & STATIONERY. I
TOC CxiseN Downer'N Oil. i
AN' INVOICE OP
Kerosene Lamps and Glassware.
A V.nriely or Small Article,
TOO Nl'MTROt'S TJ MENTION,
FOR 3 .TX3 toAlcniVE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24.
INSURRECTION ON HAWAII!
Ilfivolt Aarnlntt tlio Vittliorltlon S
Mardrr of Sheriff nlllf !
Troops Ordered to Hawaii to Quoll
Tlie echoonor Prince arrietl from Kcna, Ila- ,
waii, ou Thureday morning, bringing intfllicD"
of a serious innurroction iii that district, result
ing in the death of Sheriff Neville, the probable !
death of Deputy Sheriff Barrett, and r-evcrc In
jury of three native eonr-tables. The particulars,
.j far as we can gather them, are t!:e.e :
For feveral years psut, ouc Kauna, formerly ;
district judge in Honolulu, and a man of coneid- :
crablc intelligence for a Hawaiian, imbibed the!
idea that he wan a prophet sent by tod to warn :
this people of the end of the world. For the
I-aet three years he has been prwehing this mil-
leritc doctrine on Hawaii, and has made numer-
oua convert. Some months ago he wa arretted
. , ...
and scut to the Insane Af-vlum m this city ud a
1 una tic, but the t'hvsician decided that lie wit a
hai.e aa any man, and he was therefore M-t at lib-
, .. , . ...
ertj ag;un. Ho returned to knn, and the iium-
ber of bin followers rapidly increased, till now it
is over Mree hundred. They are montlv native,
vnr- " t
but some are probably foreigners, aa we received
a letter a few weeks ago from one of them, re
hearsing their troubles, which wo threw abide as
nonsense aud unworthy of notice; but in this
juncture it may be well to publish a portion of
it, which will be f jund elsewhere.
Thebc fanatics believe that the end of the world
is at hand, and they must be ready. They there
fore clothe themselves in white rubes, ready to
ascend, watch at night, but sleep during tho day,
decline to cultivate anything except boans, corn,
or the most common food. They live together in
ono colony, and have selected a tract of land
about half way tetweon Kcalakckua Ikiy and
Kailua, which tho prophet told them was the
only land that would not le overrun with lava,
while all tho rest of the islutid is to be destroy
ed. Some of their number enmo to Honolulu a
few weeks ago to lease this land from Prince
William Luualilo, who owna it : but he was ad-
vised thut it would bo best not to do so. They
brought the money with them and offered to pav
...... . ."
a year s rent in advance, tmt did not succeed in
getting, it. Tlie land was subsequently leased to
other parties, who, when they came to claim os-
session, found the fanatics on it, and unwilling
to surrender. It then became neceary to isstio
warrant against Kaona and his adherents to
On Monday last Sheriff R. B. Neville, accom
panied with Deputy Sheriff Barrett and several
native ili:cuien, proceeded to their camp and
undertook to arrest the prophet. Thereupon
tho follitwerK if Kaona attacked the rwilieo with
etones, killed Sheriff Neville, aud cut off bis hul
from his body. Ilia head they stuck up ou a
pole; his body they would not give up.
Mr. Barrett was also so severely bruised with
stones, that his life is despaired of. Tho three
native policemen were also more or less injured.
During the fight several of the houses of the
fanatics were set on fire and destroyed. They
threaten to retaliate and destroy the houses uf
their enemies, whether natives or foreigners.
rri ii . f rk a" l- f a
Tho following letter from Dr. Oulick, under
date of Oct. 9, was received by the Prince:
Mr. Neville this morning made an attempt to serve
a warrant on Kaona and others of his followers, but
was stoned to death; and the funatics refuse to give
up his body. Several of the constables had a very
narrow escape with their lives, and are pretly tho-
roueriir intimidated, lhe most that can now be ex-
pected of the natives is that they act on the defensive
till assistance arrive, should the
together on the morrow somethinc
done in dispersing tho infatuated
liut DO time Should be lost in commuuicating With ;
the heads of the Police Denartment in Honolulu, as !
. . ,r, . . , ,
there seems to be a general hesitancy here among the
authorities. The Kaonites have made threats this
aftpmrvnn tliat thpv will linrn ami iloetrnv tVo lmiiara !
of their enemies ia revenge for soine of their houses ;
which were to-day very improperly set fire to, by j
irresponsible persons. A number of foreigners and !
natives are on guard to-night in Central Kona I am '
. . ,. . ,.
among tbe number watching near tho Kainahu .
Immwll.ltlv on th roroirtt f thin nnm rrnv. '
immeamieiy on mo receipt oi mis news, gov- ,
ernment dc term iced to send a force to the seat or 1
Uie disturbance. lllC Schooners AaimaiC and although previously wc sold our horses to buy our while robes,
l i . i to be rradv for our tmnnovcr. But we will soon know soine-
nnce wore at once provisioned and fitted out, ,, roish,Vj 0,,r' Pro,.h(., prophecies that he has to go to
find sailed at 2 O'clock P.M. On Thursd.lV. with I l-na-.n once more, which then will be seven tiinca; and then
f . J J will be the end, and we will be all right. S5o you nee we are
One hundred and eevcnty-blX Soldiers, arms, nui- ' waiting patiently for this last miracle. Home or uh are prophe-,-.-
. .... . . . . ' sriug , you must know by this time we all do a HtUe at that
munition, Jtc. lhe expedition is. in charge of ; bUs.i.c
His Excellency Gov. Dominis, wlio is nccommnied j t-'h'irch "" 6 T.,wnl.7r
1 all going to make a fraud ruah tn that building, aa we all con-
bv His Excellency the Actine Minister of War. I tributed towards the budding of it, and thm might be the time
Marshal Parko, Major C. II. Judd, Captains Von
' ' ' I
Oosnitz, and llassinger, Lieut. A. W. Judd, and
others. The plan is to proceed direct to Lahaina,
intercept the steamer Kilauca, and take her on
from that joint, transferring her mails and pas
sengers to tho schooners. Uy this arrangement
the expedition will reach Kona early on Saturday
Tlie promptness with the overnment has acted
in the matter is dewrvinir of commendation.
Although this revolt is not direi-tlv against tho .Government Press, takes passago to-4iay in tne .Mon
ivr.rnmr.nr it-olf. , - tb- fanati.-a l,ve ...i .I.- '"" f-r Sin 1'i incisco ami Washington, as Envoy of
. . , e ., - i
sign exirpt to retain posrM n of their camping .
. vt it is a rxjld defiance of its Iik-oI au-
thonty, which should never be permitted to iass 1
without a prompt exhibition or power, and a mi
Wo do not imagmo that the? fanatic will show
any refinance to armed force, when it arrives,
and if they aro still at their camp at Kainaliu. ;
will probably derHS and wcretc themsrlvM in j
me lorcsts riain oi ron;i. iney arc nim to navo , saio passage.
no arms, nw I their only weaporw Wing stoneiLx4Aso- We lcarn f,"m V0 brought by the
and clubs, tho force sent up can find no great 1 schooner Cal iera, from Bhering's Sea, that the Am.
trouble in dii-rcrsing them, even .diould they re- j Wk r'ru' Mor2nn InRSter' th,it eM flvm hcre
Hist. Kainaliu is about three miles north of Ke- ! 27th February last, and subsequently on the 27th
... . i , r . , . . 1 June, had been quite successful at St. Paul's Island
alakekua, and near tho late Mr. Johnson s land. , . 1 ... ., ,
... , . , . , ' in tho takm of far-seal skins. She was at that island
Wo arc permitted to make some extracts from ; 1Sth ready to leave, and may he ex-
a letter from Mr. Roys to Jas. Lemon, which ! pected at this pert soon.
gives a better inight n.'o tho purposes of the
Kaonites than anything we have toen, and dhows
that they aro more determined than is generally
(supposed : j
" Friday, Oct- IC Mr. Neville and the constables
arrived here this morning, and we rode down to the ;
camp to put up notices, but the scene this rooming ,
was worse than Lit night. As fat as a notice was !
put up it was spit on and then torn from the tree !
that it was nailed to. After receiving much abuse !
from them we left the ground and it-turned to our
" Sa'urday 17th. At the appointed time the Mag- ;
nitrate and friend .Neville were at my bouse, but not
one cf the Kaonites came. Their names were called
thre tilne,, an 1 no wpbm mle- The aK'rae
then nailed up three warrants, ordering their arrest,
nd I iu company with sixteen constables rode down,
and I must here say that they deserve great credit
for the cool way in which they acted, and received
One poor j
tne naa usage ana diows wnicn tney uia
: constable was dragged from his hore and shamefully
; beaten, and his hore, saddle, and bridle taken away,'
so that he had to walk home. Hie constables stood
; all this, but never returned a blow. So we made
good our retreat. Seville we not with us this time.
"Sunday i?th. To-day xeviiie u notifying an
parties to muster here to-morrow mortiintr, as the
time fixed to carry out aud maintain the law iu the
name of the King. I expect there will be lives lost
on both sides.
" Monday 19th. This morning some 00 men mus
tered here, and beaded by Neville, we rode down to
the camp, and such a sight ! Blood Sowing in all
directions: and I am sorrv to sav. friend Seville is
killed. This night I expect my bouse will be in
Came? and many more. There ar some dozen or ,
' more hou.oos on fire. I ani taking tbe chiMreu auu
clothing ttway, al.o Mr?. Rot, as they have thrcaten
ol to kill her to-night. floJ help us.
P. S. We have letters this morning from Ke
alukekua datel Wedneiay, the 21. On Monday
atWrnoon there was another attack on the rebels
reultiii in the death of a native mined Kamai,
who was one of the attacking party, and also the
death of three rc'x-Ib five iu all, including Mr.
Since that, up to Wednesday noon, no more lives
have been lost, though the rebels openly threaten to
kill Mr. Roys and his wife and &L-o Rev. Mr. Paris.
One or two prominent foreigners are in sympathy
with and nidiug the rebels.
Thus it appears that there have been three lives
lest so fir, and the rebels have taken an oath that
they will never leave their land alive.
In this connection, we insert the letter lefore
referred to, which will give some insight into the
movements of the deluded followers of Kaona:
Front ll Cnuip nl Kainalia.
North Kona, October 0th, 1SCS.
To (he RWor (! Corniwrcini Advertiser:
Pome folks inijht like to know what a jolly time we
had celebratins the 150th psalin. You sec wc are
a a . a
justifie.l in having a big time.
e nua oeen a montn
; previous collecting all the kerosene oil cans, tin pots
.--. ... . 1 J .! V. a
kettle, pipes an-t piatca inai cou iu ma. oi,
except the old harps of king David, which we did not
kno. hoW t0 niakJ. our thanks are due to a neigh-
bor. who fittctl us up with aome big drums, made
from sugar kegs, which answer the purpose wed, he
being a man well skilled iu all manner of work. Our
p MJ9 we mU(st ke(,p U up for seven davs, as
, they did amongst the Israelites of old.
We have seven banners of divers colors to represent
the seven via!s of wrath which is to come, and we
. . f A,ffermt lon to represent the
clouds at night, which we keep watch for, whilst other
people sleep. It's true wo feel very stupid ii the
rooming, and are not able to do any work, although
we have Wen offered work. But then our beloved
Prophet tells us wc don't require any work, provided
we keep awake night and day a fasting, and that we
will talk with unknown tongues, and then we our
selves will prophesy. Well, you see it is a fact, and
that any man may see, if he will eome and see for
himself, lor our tongues are so thick and ourselves so
! stupid, that wc can't understand each other from
: watching and fisting.
i This sumo day we were much troubled by seeing
our Prophet fall into a trance, so then we expected to
' hoar of another volcano runniug down, as that would
le fulfilling another prophesy that all outsiders are
! p'ing to be destroyed, and we only saved, who were
: then stopping on "tho land Lehuula nui. But when
J he came to himself, what astonished us most was,
: that tied objected to our renting that said land, and
; that the mau sent to Honolulu came back with the
' money, SIS), Mr. C. Kanaina declining to receive it.
! That 'was all right, as Uod told the Prophet that a
stream of lav.i would soon run tlown etid land.
We llieve all this to be a fact, and so would others
if they hail taken their oaths on the Bible, as we have
' done, to stick to Joseph Kaona through thick and
tliin. S vnn Boo wlipn a. man takes ail OSth Oil the
i R. Jt broak aUbough . lIon.t mean
; to say that all the prophecies come right, for at the
time we had a lone drought he told us to fill all our
bottles and calabashes with water, and stow them
i away in holes, caves and in our trunks, as there
would be no more rain until the loillcnuium, which
I would destroy all but ourselves.
Whenever wc see our enemies, or go by their
houses, wc strike up tho psalm King David sung
j against his enemies, and we, the parents, instruct our
: children to do tbe same, as therein we feel joyful.
Now, thi'n, since the prophecy about the land, wo
' understand that our neighbor, tho Xoblo Duke, had
J scoured the land previous to our application, and that
we have no one to Maine but ourselves, siuco we gave
i 0,,t ".h,u,fi".c time we would have ptbE cur
enemies stock. But our neighbor, who likes a ro-
tired life, did not like the idea of being harassed at
l the bar of justification, and having an eye to nam
' ber one, he engaged the land in good time, for which
' he deserves the thanks of others of his neighbors in
i the same fii as himself. However, it will not be a
' hard matter for us to get other land, as that will be
( the only land that will be safe from the voloano that
-1-.2Wi ull e-kfV Tl Q rW
t It is trHCJ we Hre getting short of products, such as
i hogs, turkeys, chickens and taro, and now that our
fist of leaven is taking place, we have cooked all oe
lUC liot Clones or aunr, ns iufv ui viu "
: , v0ll pee our doctrine is an improvement. "SVe
! aro getting a good many new disciples, who are corn-
,nS cve,7 d,lJ. ani1 we t0 B01 s"me "'en"111
o1". to help us keep up our reasts. iney migni as
! "'l J f. Ue7 wil1 lose 11 they have got if they
! don't join us. If they will come to us, they will not
j l" to work, as our Prophet will tell them how to
get aionir wuiiom .
Sometimes persons come amongst us wearing our
rcsectable sect. We would like to bring all those things to
"slit, o that ihia rood government, so kind in subsidizing for-
eur n atesm navijmtion, nugliC Uflus. 1 1 may now dc late tor
, k frtr , ,fule Jy, yet a we are behind the last lgi-
hours, we nuv he in time fr the nxt Parliament. Ifnntthat,
eotildn't we n t the laiand of l.anai or Kahoolawe? We will
we calculate to live m.tiy by psalm-aintting.
Another piiikia we have just at hand. The t.n-coiicctor i
coming along on the 6ih of next month f.r money that we have
not on hand, aa we spent all -c had fur linens, which are coolly,
aui, gt crliu , we dul not onai.ier that anyihin;, as wo
expected hef.re thia time that all would be dentroycd except
,m':lvn- Another luiaftwtane is. that Inatead of golns; to the
rlce wlicre ,1e ww.r ,ia Ua to assembly we would not c.
" owner oi mat n.mae waanotoi our perusion , me
Iiiur umi 1 1 fin iiiajt uu vji ii- . u 1 1 . ft . i . unf, ... . . . ... . .....
I ani in hope they won't keep him altogether the next time
I they get him down there, fir that would epoilourfun. and there
I might not he a chance of subsidy. We want reduction iu the
: taxca, aa we ourwl vra, and the blight, and I he aula, are a heavy
. preaaureon thU little place, Kainitliu. There are over three
j hundred of us, ami we are aworn to abide by our Makua.and as
he t-l!a ua wc mind not work, we need the aubiidy or the island
i hrfore-iiientin-d. We arc not allowed to sign individually.
I We call ourwlvca Om.ia.
j Afw Camp, L.rhuult.
. II J J . .I... .;nhl P'.n.TTI ; V. : m Htlt
NOTES OF TIIK WEKK.
Prit.HOXAL. Dr. J. Mott Smith, late Director of the
the Hawaiian Government. For two years past the
. ,. . , . .
l..t .m w mwl nnnnrftimlv tfi nklmnlliili Inn lvw
... b. . .'.:,. , , i i,::
vi I inn t.i nivpnl a. hr-ttpr. ha. tinfiprel his resiirnation
wj Unja thought hat ,i0 wM the pmon
fiUe,j for tue fcf President of the Board of Edu-
cat;OI, snl shol,M it become vacant, we trust bo will
be named for it. He expects to ic absent till March
r April, ami shoui-i ne oe so succcssiui to bring nacic
MwafA.l ivoatT I isa wr i II Ka rrwotcui sn fill hnnna aa
,Lc luckiest mftu about. We wish him a pleasant and
S?" n onr firet TS 0(1 found alettcr purport
i ing to have been written from Honolulu to Washing
i I An and rttihliiihed in the San Francisco Bulletin. It
not difcalt for anybody to guess who the au-
thor We purpol commenting on it and
h tond accompanVing it in the Bulletin, but
Rrc ohy to omit latter as weU asthe coromente,
anolher weck owilIg t0 thc crowd of news ia our
Tbe 8toamer KUauea win probably not arrive
. .... , , , ... - . . , ,
from A indward to-day, and it is uncertain when she
will return or leave br Windward ports. It will be
peon that she is advertised for sale at public auction
on the 2d of December. This is designed to open the
way for any parties, who may wish to tender for the
subsidy and introduce inter-island steamers.
Refused to VTobk. The gang of Japanese coolies
lfttely engaged for tho Ulupalakna Plantation, fifteen
in number, refused last week to work any longer.
and were sent to the jail at Lahaina. They say they did
not eome to these inlands to labor, but to better their con
dition, and to see the sights, Capt. Makee went up last
week to Maui, and may succeed in inducing them to
return to work
J" We are happy to welcome back Capt. Godfrey,
of the Montana, formerly master of thesteamer Jljai.
Since he was here two years ago, he has been running
to Oregon and Mazatlin, in the service of the same
company he is now with.
- CJ- We understand that Colonel Prendergast has
resigned the superintendence of thc Water Works, to
accept a position near His Majesty.
foreigners here act wane vcus, out wueiuer mey mey imua. we vi
, , i not, l Det Known ta our rropnet, wno ations an tum. , i
uinjr pi.sioijr L'tj : .i.fK-r It 1. in kill two hirda with one atone or not. and who
followers of Kaona. kinHiv inrltAl mr I'ror.het to wine. So vmi nee we are a
The TLiik J I. 1. Nevillu The tra-ic death f
this gentleman will be deplored by all who knew him.
He has becu a leaiJcbt of thoe islands for some fif
teen years or more, living, until lately, in this t ity.
He was known as a hard-working, industrious mechan
ic, and having saved up a little property, retired to
Kona, Hawaii, to enjoy a quiet life with his family.
There he engaged in merchandising, held several offi
ces under government, and was a worthy citiwn.
During the last Summer two of his children (both
boys) died, leaving two daughters, who with his wid
ow survive him. He was insured iu the Manhattan
Life Insurance Company for five thousand dollars in
gold, which will go to the benefit cf his family.
Thursday evening, Mechanic Unguis Co., No.
which he was Ions a member, met and passed the fol
lowing resolutions :
'heea. The nit'mbtr cl Mechanic Kttgio? Co., No 2, hare
heard, with unlVicnnt avmw, of tiie nrlAiirholv death of oar
late Brvthrr and Member, R. U Neville; ud uMrmm,
Jeejily aenssbV ct thcloea which
ich the con.iny have custuined
by thia diaio-iiaatitin ! DiTine
exprcaaiu; tlr n;Anl for the nicniory ol unc universally
rteem.t : thtrrtore
Heto'rtd, 1 hat bv hia death the Companv have auatained
great I a : and th.tt unon thia melancholv occaMon it at1Vrda
i aatisfurlKXi to b?ar tribute to tltc ni.-nnry if oaf a untiring
! la Ilia aomcea, liul rifrilnnt in bla uutiea aa a tireniau.
j JCrjot rrf, That froai the r'oremat:ahiiif the Co to which he
I belonged, he had been elected, to the ortice of Chief Knjrinecr of
! tbe Department, which peitUn he had tilled with houor tohim-
aeil, aim aaiiiI.tctln to all concarnol.
, KMoived, That be had quaiitiea which in.piredcrefliicncean.t
i raaaina-t k la.l a-k-a arArl l' ,d'ivrniila H. tl )t a firVlflan rA
rrapect, an;l were worthy !" example, bUi as a fireman and
Rrtohntl, That we deeply aympathizc with his brreaeed
family in their irr )wrable low.
Hrtolvrd, That hia Co. w ar the ckuaI nMdee of m.ximinp,
and that the Engine I louse bo draped in nvmruinc, for thii ty
Iieotvrd, That a copy of tSc: Reaolntion. together with a
letter of condolence, be forwarded to the family of the deceased!
Kraived That Iheae Rcaolutiona b: pubiuthed in the papers
ol thia rity. ivr order.
J. St. Smithir.
J. I. DOW RETT.
J. II. Hum.
Rev. Mr. Bissell of San Francisco, who was j
invited by the Fort Street Church to become their
na c -) BMAj a v rvex.f ia a c foa ii liaa ilibilTn I
a-1' i auu t tAC3 rjB.'vrw. iri a aa tuv oivonuvi a -ti aj
eil tho offer. His own people paid off tho debt
against their church, raised his salary and Toted not
to release him.
Tue Wizard holds forth again to-night at the
Theatre. Those who have not seen him perform his
wonderful tricks, and those who have and want to
enjoy another good laugh, had better go to-night.
12?" Messrs. Hyman & Brothers are just opening
their fall stock of clothing, which they assure us is
unsurpassed by any ever imported, and will be sold
at tho very lowest prices. Sec their card and then
give them a call.
SAN FRANCISCO CORRESPONDENCE.
PER STKAMER "MOKTAXi."
San Francisco, Oct 7, 18GS.
The daily Bulletin of September 21st, (weekly of
the 26th,) publishes a leading editorial favoring the
idea of the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands, and
commenting upon a well-prepared argument against
Reciprocity, which appears in tho same issue. The
latter is understood to have been written by a resi
dent of Honolulu, was sent to Washington for tho
consideration of the Congressmen of the country,
among whom it has been extensively circulated. I
have heard but one name rumored in connection
with its authorship. Probably your readers will dis
cover positively wlio the person is; so I refrain from
speculation. The article abounds in sharp hits, and
will doubtless cause a flutter in your community, if
it is already well known there. There is very little
doubt that a sentiment favorable to annexation 8
gaining ground here and throughout this country;
but no one wishes it to be done forcibly, or in any
other way than by a voluntary cession of the group
by its chiefs, for a consideration, for their owu pecu
niary good and that of the native race. Whenever
they are ready for a proposal, they will no doubt be
met in a liberal spirit, aud with a generous offer.
IIow Grant will be Llettrd.
The different party papers have published numer
ous speculations upou the probable result of the ap
proaching' election. In considering this subject, a
brief review of the formula by which Presidents are
chosen, may not be uninteresting. It must be un
derstood that the status of each State is decided by
the State itself, independent of the action of any
other section of the Union. The different parties
present the names of their standard-bearers, and
also ''Presidential Electors," who are pledged to
their support. The number of Electors is regulated
by thc population, one being allowed for each Sector
and mcmljcr of Congress. A majority of votes casl
in any State for either Presidential candidate (it
matters not how small it may be) will give to the
candidate thus favored the entire electoral vote of the
State. After the election returns are officially an
nounced, tho Electors upon the successful ticket,
transmit full returns to the Vice President of the
nation, thus recording the electoral votes of their
State for their champion
These votes are counted
before the Senators and Representatives in joint con
vention assombled. The candidate receiving a ma
jority is declared elected. Should no choice appear,
upon the House of Representatives devolves the duty
of electing a President and Vice President This ex
igency can only be expected when three or more can
didates are in the field.
One curious feature appears: It is not always
necessary to have a majority of votes, counting the
entire population of the country in one mass, to se
cure an election. For instance, Mr. Lincoln had
about ten votes against McClellan's one in the Elec
toral college, and his majority of the popular vote
was 400,000 yet 40,000 votes properly distributed
would have altered the jvolitical standing of a suffi
cient number of States to give General McCIcllan
electoral votes enough to make him President Sup
pose wo take New York the most populous State of
the Union with two Senators, thirty-one Represent
atives, and thir ty-lhree Electors. Mr. Lincoln's ma
jority was about 7000. You will notice that eight
thousand votes added to the Democratic ticket would
have given tho entire electoral vote to McClellau.
The fall elections in Pennsylvania, Indiana and
Ohio, which are awaited with intense interest and
solicitude, will do much towards determining the
result. At present the following speculation upon
thc electoral vote appears reasonable:
...6 Nelirahka. .................. 3
..13 Nevada. 3
..10 New Hampshire..... ...... .5
...8 Ohio 21
...3 Pennsylvania. ............. 24
...7 Rhode, Island 4
..12 Tennenaee. ............... .10
. . . 4 Wiai-onaia ..................8
..ll.W. Virginia ...6
K anaas ......... .
l ssatrhnsetta . . .
M inneauta ...... .
3 Kentucky ......
.......3 Man land
Pelan are. . . .
.......6 New Jersey ................7
8 New York 33
.......6 Louisiana............. ......7
3 North Carolina... ....V
.......9 ttouth Carolina.. ...... . . ...6
Mississippi, with 7 votes, Texas with 6, and Vir
ginia with 10, are not qualified to vote. You will
notice, the Southern States are considered doubtful,
for Ru-Klux-Klans may defeat the Republican par
ty in that section. Now, conceding to Seymour the
doubtful States, he then falls short thirty-one votes.
What States attributed to Grant will join the Demo
Accompanying the national election, on the 3d of
November, the people in this city are called upou to
choose fur the ensuing two years, a Tax Collector,
City and County Attorney, Auditor, Chief of Police,
Superintendent of Streets, several School Directors
and Supervisors. The Democrats are already in the
field, and the Republican nominations will be con
cluded this week. The Democratic Convention was
noticeable for its disorder and confusion-as the assem
blages of this party usually are. With the exception of
the nominees for Tax Collector and one or two Super
visorships, the aspirants for office presented are but
mediocre men, of fair qualifications. The entire ticket
is composed of Simon Pure secessionists, if we may
j credit the statement of one delegate of the Convention,
who indignantly leU the- gathering, excUiming,
Douglas leniocrat has n Lw J" Upon the nomi
nation of Matthew tana van, the candidate for Chief
of Police, (an unpopular man bat aa excrilont wire
puller,) a row occurred, a delegate proposing three
cheers for Patrick Crowley, the Republican candidate,
also just nominated for the same position ! A fight en
sued, reporters taking refuge ujon the tops of tables,
&c Quiet restored, several delegates, (among them
prominent members of the Democratic party,) at
tempted to smooth matters over by conciliatory speech
es. The President addressed, the Convention givhrj
utterance to the 5eutiineut that the Devil himself
On I would receive his support, if a regular nominee
of i the Democratic ticket ! Mr. Canavaa must have felt
gratified beyond expression at thia left handed com
pliment When we consider the sjaker, a prominen t
bubiness man, cf cool and cautious disposition and
sterling character, the absolute sublimity of his faith
j ia the Democratic maxim to ' always vote the straight
j tieketa." "unts for the easy m.nipuUtion cf that
a . .
! n ive made lair SCiectlOUS thus l.XT. warranting tne
belief that a good city ticket will be nominated,, f
which more anou.
The fare! i si Call.
This extensively advertised affair came off on
Tuelay evening, JJcptcmber 20th. A large concourse
of people attended, principally aa " lookers on ia
Vienna," consequently the floor was but sparsely cov
ered with dancers. The costumes were hardly up to
the usual standard of masked bolls, aad fell far short
of public expectation. The managers were indefati
gable, the music excellent, the profits immense, but
tho capricious public evinced no particular teal with
regard to costumes or enthusiasm, so tbe aQ.ur was
rather tame. The first priie was awarded to aa Jrith
Jew, who personated an Irishman.
By a recent ordinance, vaccination is rendered
compulsory, and ail who have not been, must be
Republicans ia this city have held ten large mass
meetings the Democrats but two. Republicans two
torchlight processions the Democrats one.
The Soldiers and Sailors Demonstration, on Octo
ber 1st, iu San Francisco, was a grand success. The
YI'"IVTa 4 II n Va 1 atllw a asm r M A aim.1.1 arTutsi 4ulr
"-'" aua uvt via v r imi aa OHUtMl BAJsmil, IUV,
place in Philalelphia on the same evening, in which
delegations from all parts of the country participated
Elections for State officers take place in Indiana,
Ohio and Pennsylvania, on tha 13th cf October.
The Democrats claim that the first two w;U give
majorities against the Republican party. Tbe final
result of the Presidential campaign may be inferred :
from the results of these expressions by the people. "
" Sharps " have taken advantage of the small pox
excitement to make money in a peculiar way. A
flat " is informed at tho wharf, immediately upon
his arrival, of the recent ordinance requiring all per
sons to be vaccinated; the party giving the informa- .
tion offering to escort the unwary victim fur a 6 mall
sum to the health officer. He is then taken befoie a
confederate, tho process of vacoinatiou performed
with some harmless preparation, a charge of five dol
lars exacted, and all's welh
Bcnj. F. Butler was renominated for Congress in
the fifth Massachusetts District The people prefer
brains to character. R. II. Dana, Jr., will run
against him as an independent character.
Gen. W. T. Wallace and Geo. C. Gorham have dis
cussed the political issues of the campaign during tha
past two weeks. Another Republican, John B
Felton, will now engage the Democratic champion,
Wallace. Gorham proving his equal, Felton most
Thompson Campbell, ex-member of Congress, hav
ing represented Indiana in 1848-49, will address the.
people of this city, on the evening of October 7th.
Mr. Campbell is reputed the possessor of a higher
omer oi uucut tuitu any outer xvepuoucan nera.
Mdme, Euphrosyne Parepa Rosa is tbe subject of
considerable newspaper comment now that the opera
season has concluded. Her heart, it would appear,
is not as large in proportion as the rest of her body,
for her treatment of the members of her troupe has
been alluded to as very selfish. Bat great geniuses
are frequently abused. Euphrosyne can endure it If
the public can. '
The Cornel stole a march upon us. True, the day
of her departure was duly advertised, but presuming
the usual delay would occur, letters and so forth were
neglected, and lo ! and behold ! the vessel departed.
Yours, &c, Pelican.
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' T( ball barrels and for sole at lowest rates.
wwraa ei "lliea, iu hall bnrrvls. lursole by
g- aL1" a! v -uas. n. si'nukr a :o.
Arrival oi s 5wdpreservks,
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just iuv arirciv i r ex
tn oil sifaama rV . . f w
rived from San Fran3 si -J) J? :
f the 20th, having bad i 7L i
Wo have San Francis
of which we are indob
The bark Cornet ariivea
Sept. twenty days passage. -Sutil
arrived on the 2Cth, 42 d.' ,
rasagv, and the
D. C. Murray on 6tb of October 20 days passage.
From the United States we hare no news of Im
portance. Congress met on the 2Jst of September,
and immediately adjonrned to the 20th cf October.
The Connecticut election took place on the 5tb
of October, but the rosult was not known.
Gen. McClellan arrived in New York on the 29th
of October, but at bis request no public demon
stration was made.
George F. Train has been nominated for Con
gress from New York city.
Renewed elforla aro to be made for tbe purchase
of Cubit. Tbe telegraph says :
A Tribune' Waehington saya Mr. Seward will
take advantage of tho present Spanish di3iculty to
urge on Congress tbe purchase of Cuba. It is
even said he will take tbe responsibility and mako
the purchase before the meeting of Congress as ia
the Alaska case.
Tbe loss of life in the August earthquakes in
South America amounted to between forty aud
Intelligence has been received at Sydney the of
total loss of the ship Lochna-jar, laden with 1.90(1
tons of guauo from Baker's Island, bound for Eng
land. The vessel went ashore at tbe Navigators
group and has been sold for a nominal sum.
ItatiScation of the sale of St. Thomas and other
West India Islands to tbe United Slates had been
postponed by the Rigstag one year.
Washington. Oct. 3. For the present all mails
for the Pacilic States and Territories, P.rilish Col
umbia. China. Japan and the Hawaiian Islands are
to be sent from this city overland via Chicago and
Omaha. This arrangement includes all matter go
ing to California and Utah, etc.
Cincinnati, Sept.30. A train of twelve cars of
the Atlantic and Great Western railroad was des
troyed by fire near Urbana yesterday. Tbe fire
was occasioned by the explosion of nitro-glycertoe
ia the forward car. The engine was completely
At a Democratic meeting on Saturday night.
Gen. Gordon said the South longed for peace.
Whatever might be the result of tbe coming elec
tion, tho South wonld acquiegce in the will of the
United States as expressed through the ballot-box.
It proposed to submit peaceably to all laws impos
ed by the authority of the Government
Neahino Salt Lake. The Union Pacific Rail
road is now completed to Green River, about 250
miles east of the northern end of Salt Lake. The
Central Pacific is completed about 50 miles beyond
Winnemucca. or to a point about 277 miles west of
the north end of Salt Lake. Thus the Union Paci
fic is 27 miles nearer to the head cf the Lake than
the California Company, end the gap between the
termini ol the two roads w 627 miles. The grad
ing forces of both companies a:-e working over a
greater portion of thia interval, and the entire
road-bed may be ready in three months. The
Green river country will not offer obstacles suffi
cient to retard the progress of the Union Pacilic.
The stream itself is not so difficult to cross as It
has been represented, and much of the grading oo
this side is already done. If the Central Pacific,
with a winter in the Sierra near at hand and no
considerable amount of material over the moun
tains, shall prove itself able to reach Salt Lake
first, it will have accomplished a remarkable feat.
It has made a splendid race thus far, without detri
ment to tbe permanent value of its road, and Culi
forniaDs wish it good speed. Bulletin.