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C O IVX 1YI 23 R C I A I. .
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. K
t ae toiled Sialyl Cia-igrs Ui .nbably Chang e the duties
na augur during its irtl.l .mhju. roluciiig them a little,
tbuf tt nut tu the extent hicb . d-.sired. The bill a inLro
Jiicni into Ctmgress, a.-ul aa rejajfled in the Uazttte, has the
t'ilowui pswvisiutia :
i all raw ail nue,lo urar, two rents r pound.
o cfcinne.1 sugar. Itne rciils r pbui.tl.
a retiiwit. Move-lried, in laf, lump, rruibeJ, r.wlnNl
pnr.uLitl Misar, t.ur rem i r iir.d : Provided. That all
iMMf ..lU. r lUaii r. lined, slove-,lncd which has iu the process
t uanuf.iriiire l--eu Ja- evd in ualify above number twelve
Dutrh stojidard in ol-r, by being boiled, or crystllized in a
Tamum pan, or clayed, or liquored in molds, or purged in ceii-
tnlufki mac Uines, or Iy vacuiuii process, or u:i-rcu ninsu
snail ie ri-garoea aa ranncu
SATURDAY. MARCH 10.
Tlics World Jloven.
At length the United States Senate lias con
quered national prejudice, and admitted a negro
as Senator from the State of Mifcifippi. As
this is tlcCret colorel jicrson ever admitted to a
tvut in Congress, it may be interesting to note
tLc leading incidents iu the dicusbion attend
AVildon, Senator from Massachu setts,
Iwwie-bLark it it rfluivlcnl.
n; t: And provided JurlUtr. That the Secretary of tie j lng it.
Treasury stiali. by rrgulalioi.s, prwrilie. and require that the , . .
rumiAc taken by U.irTt-r ball be from the middle: of the j a'lr.
ij- . a. t.. et a true ar-rage quality and that tbe presented Mr. Revel's credentials, which were
weight of suuar iuirtoJ in or bum aliall be marked
iutmct y by Hie cot.jia-vr'jiiur b scoring tiie fiurc ia-1 certified to by the Military Governor of Mihmb-
UfliMy un each (ackae. j .
On Deae.ei (rm .u ir-caue, fire cent per gallon, j BIPJ-I.
t.nk bottom syrup trf MURnr-raue jm-.e, ujeufla, concen- StTuitrtr KanlKhurv r.f Tlolnw-im it ,,nfo f.hintnl
trat-d aieia.u r r.ntrat-.! ccia-ses. ..ih: and three-fourths t tnaior oaaibDury oi ueiaware at once Gbjctteu
rA.iM it uA: frutidrd. That ail syrup of sugar, syrup ' ja tnc Senate receivm- a certificate fcLnicd by a
r .njfar-eane juire, mU.la, rjt-nlrall ni'Uola or cooceu- , ...
trat'al uoUiKt, shall be l-:tcl to the Lciied States. j military officer.
a au o-ir .-xt a it-. vt -f-urj-d" by ceDtrifusai I lr. Wilson replied that he had read the whole
wartimes, !h' : above No-1 2 Dutch standard will be classed, ,. 1 , , . ....... ,
. .i i ri-, -i.t a ti i Xroceeains,fi of the 3IiS8issippi IjCsii-Iature attend
by the pror-ow.t. hw and-r the h.-ad .f "Handed SaBar," nd I c tl a
UNj-cir.i b.adaty of 3 rait a rental, wherms t!y now iy j ing hw election, that they were in proper fono,
frm sifci entj a poaixi, avem'ini prrha; 3j cenu. The ari tliat the certificate was attested by the great
new law, if passed, will therefore male a r.-du-ti.i of half a gjate
ccut a "uim1 en sugars alxve Sk 12, and ooe cent, a poun.l i iiit--
., a.ibei.iw N. li The New York Tr.ft-, ot a late j Senator Davis tlien declared his intention to
date, sas that tle bigb tariff bill fiud morb oppositiua, aavl reMSt to the last the admission of any UCgTO,
tarr-wiUbeatrotg tlUrt mo.!e t st.n furtber reduce ibo RnJ that Lp W0UJJ interpose objections at every
" "ti f i..wi k:ii w, iutr!ai inb ti Arnroe by Mr. , tcP t,je proceedings. This man (Revels)
t'ufc. After iw. ream, u a refcrre-J t the committee on : never was and never would be the choice of the
r.t-oflVre and rvit-rood and or.ired to be j troteJ: i jeople of the State of Misissipj.i ; and moreover
A Bill t'XMierit A art to sjth .riz- th'etahnhni-tt of , . . . .a
f-ean aiail steambip servire brtw.-rn the toittd H ates and t u uui a ciiwn oi tuu 1.1111.VU ouiico, uo noo
the Hawsit-in I'Uml"." and to ct nd the same to Australia.
Kr it rmmtt ay le JTnafe and loue of Ktfrtttnta
titritrf th Vntlrd !t'ttr nf Amrrira in Congrrwl set
l'4. I s it the fortuiasti-r C-mrntl be, and he ia hereby
authorized to eoMroct with the steauivhip conipany now
carr)i !; mmU blsreen iaii Fraua bM-o and Honolulu tut an
etras a nt their snmthly snlre to Sydney or Methuorne, ia
AjMli. fiwiinf; il I lie t'iji I.UikN. awl at New Zealand,
th ml doiUr. an-l 9t a ITiu I t ere.ii,r en sears, an.1 I holding tliat the Word "white citizen
nn4er such adiiiti'rttal resUicUoos and reculatioua as to hiio . ,..t 1. 1 . , t, ,,,1 T)r..la n-ia
sy seelatlsai.ieamlpr.,i--r u st. ureie-uUx atl Uithful j "C nearer white than black, and Kcvels was
'- i included in this decision, and voted in Ohio.
. . v t?CJL LO Vll:RC'JL- w , r, ! Two or three days later, February 25th, the
The bark ft irak briugs us ?an rraneisro dates t- Msrrh 3l- I ,
u m n.Hb; charter b, load ju.uk, at M'Kean'. i.bmd. No fi"C8tion came before the Scn-tte again, and Mr.
ehai g s are rr-ort d by ber iu the prices 4 oor leadiiia; pro- j llcvcls Was admitted tO his teat by a large luajor-
! ity of t!ie Senators, 43 to 8 ; the vote being a
We notii th.U the bjrk El'mn A'.'m arriteI at the above ! . . . , , c. . i
p.,rt Marrh is,. 0,t,,. days fr.-u n...iuiu. Hbe wouU iea,e t"ctl.y rrty one. The colored Senator having
a(am on h- r return aixmt the liih of ia b due ucre b.t ' been conducted to the front of the President's
" r"u .ha. r, are ro-.inB iu ,..ite free.y , the HiKmia, dtek bJ U'ilrt"' 80(1 t,lC
jesrs . ad sm:a ba arrived at this port, and i then took the seat assigned him on the Republican
serrral at Kawa.hae. Anivi Uie latlrr.are the Henry Tuber, i eide, where numbers of Senators and others
rleua ; V sperm i brig c.mr. The Conc.rdi. is re- terKertJ tLe;r congratuLltions.
urteil irh l. J btirrebt ; H'n. Cumminy, I'M) ; Champion, 40 - .
n and 60 whale ; Am y, &J sperm Wm. Retch, clean. ! 'i'he ndiuiion of a negro to a Feat in the
lte wdoimrT bai b-en ki by the assignees of c. ; United States Senate a1ut the same time that
N. fpercer & Co. v, His M3ty t,r $s,0f0 ? and theirun7e, the ratification of the fifteenth amendment to the
Iiii-!y the property of Ilia M.'i-.-sty, Los beeu purroasol by I. ! ... t i . i i v i i t
X Trait, on pr;at terms. I ConStltUtHn lulS bcCD Diadc, WhlCll UCClarC8 that
ne st.irk of ship rfaaHiiery bHongiog to the estate of c. N. J no distinction sluill ever be allowed on account of
,ncer . Co, was .! at -.blic auction oa Tburlay by 00jor or reuvion ia a noteworthy incident.
A lams 6i Wilier, and brooglit rtry low prices. j,, tiiT i-
The steamer 1 1,. leiioo te loth, iih a fair freigU con- j In Islands, there is no distinction in respect
shown by the Dred Scott decision.
Senator Sherman of Ohio, in reply, informed
Senator Davis that 20 years ago the Supreme
Conrt of Ohio, then largely compowd of Demo
crats, decided Revels to be a citizen the Court
Jubilee. The head waB composed of twenty-three
sheep skins and two calf skins, and as may be
supposed, when beaten with the huge four foot
drum-stick, must have emitted a tremendous
sound. There were two thousand school chil
dren present, who had their sing, do doubt to
the immense delight of the pater, and mater
fa initio, and the audience at large, consisting of
no less than fifteen thousand persons !
The concerts were held ia the large building
known as the Mechanics' Pavilion, the largest on
the Pacific coast, erected some years ago for the
purposes of the Fairs of the Mechanics' Institute.
When the National Antbem America begin
ning " My country 'tis of thee," was given by
the entire choir, accompanied by the grand organ,
two hundred musical instrnmenu, "the anTil
chorus, and the cannon fired on the square by
electricity, the w hole immense audience rising to
their feet and applauding enthusiastically, it must
have been a scene never to be forgotten, and
second only in grandeur to that witnessed at the
Peace Jubilee at Boston. San Francisco never
docs anything by halves which she undertakes,
and her citizens may well be proud of this grand
Musical Festival on the birth-day of the Father
of his country, and for so noble a purpose.
Madame Urso, the artiste with whom originated
the idea, has greatly added to her former popu
larity, and is almost idolized by the enthusiastic
Californians. The festival was a financial suc-
; cess, and realized about $50,000.
I? or lis oP tlie Ocemi.
We publish to-day the particulars of two 6hip-
wrecks one of which was the Pacific mail steamer
Golden City, bound from San Francisco to Panama,
which occurred on the coast of Lower California
on the 22nd of February, at a point about 200
miles above Cape St. Lucas. The passengers,
specie and baggago were saved, but the vessel and
cargo M ere a total loss.
The other was the United States war steamer
Ontida, which had just left Yokohama, homeward
bound, on the 24th of January, and when a few
miles from that port, was run into by the Penin
sular and Oriental Company's iron mail steamer
Bombay. The result of the collision was that the
Oneida was stove in below the water line and sank
within ten or twelve minutes thereafter. About
sixty persons were saved and one hundred and
The British steamer instead of stopping to see
what damage had been done, or to endeavor to
assist in case of necessity, hurried on to port. The
estate of C. N.
to eligibility to office on account of color. Indeed
three fourths of the members of the Legislature
are natives. But in the United States, scarcely a
State Legislature in the North will admit a negro.
Massachusetts has had negro members once or
twice, but we cannot remember that a negro has
iccn admitted as Representative in any other
Under the strong pressure of impartial suffrage
established by the reconstruction laws, each of
Frsncisro next week, both Yeue ! the Southern btate Legislatures now have colored
Senators and Representatives. In South Carolina,
for instance, the seat of rebellion, out of thirty
three Senators, fifteen are negroes. And yet, it
is eaid that, as a body the South Carolina Senate
is equal in ability to the average of the Northern
Twenty years hence, popular prejudice against
negroes will be done away, in a measure at least,
and we shall see them occupying seats in every
Legislature as well as public offices of trust. In
the State just named, South Carolina, one of the
! judges of the Supreme Court is a negro, educated
in Pennsylvania, who was considered one of the
best lawyers in the latter State before he migrated
i to the South. In his new position of Associate
sistiug of over SC,Uli4 pounds suar, A:c, aiecill'.-d below, aud
41 iM:c( Tt. It is reported that the Ajax will take ber
pLace fir the neil trip.
Il ia now almost certain thai a new line of steamers will be
established within the neat thirty days, connecting San Fran-
- with Australia via Honolulu, ami the pioneer vessel may
arrive iu April either from San Francisco or Sydney.
The ship Sjrtn, with cargo of merchandise to C. Brewer 4c
Co., b now 1J0 days oat fr.n Boston, and fully dae. She
uiad-? the passage out last year in 10 days.
;-4d in New York at the latent dates was 115, with a ten
dency to decline. It would seem aa though a very little finan
ciering might now reduce the premium Is pax and keep it there.
The brig Robert Caxt will sail fur Victoria, and the bark
it. f. Murray f.r San
taking full carg-ies of bland produce.
Persona uiteresti-d in claims against the schooners Pauahi
and Lit in are referred to the notice of the assicneea of the
. Hpenrer 4c Co.
Kk KeuvI Paionia (or the Pioneer Boy) i lilo i Pe-
residena no Amenka wuipuia. a uuumia a i
kakauia e Samuela C. Andrews, Lahainalana.
Nu Ioka : PaiU e William B. Bodge, 18C9.
. The above is the title of the latest addition to
Hawaiian literature, which has been published
by Dt O. P. Judd, who has taken out a copyright
for the book. It is a free translation of the very
popular little volume known aa ThePioxkkb Bot,
being a biographical sketch of the late President
Lincoln. The story was found to be so attractive
to American youth, and the example it set before
them so worthy of imitation that the Doctor
conceived the thought ot having it translate!
for our Hawaiian youth. In doing this he must
have been prompted by the same benevolent mo
tives which have always inspired him, and which
I .LI. . av;
led him to spend a vamaoie me among uiu
people to help enlighten and Christianize them.
We iude that benevolence was me cniei motive,
for no one knows better than he the risk and cost
attending all Hawaiian publications few or none
of which ever return to the publisher even the
The volume before us is a very neatly printed
duodecimo book of 300 pages, with several illus
trations, handsomely bound with gilt back all
furnished for one dollar. As books are now sold ,
in the United States, the cost of a volume of this j
size would be at least $1.75 or 2.00. We trust
that every Hawaiian youth will own a copy of
the Pioneer Boy, nnd that foreigners who can read
the vernacular will also aid the enterprise by buy
ing the book, which can be obtained at the book
store. Eabthqcake in Sas Fkancisco. Our neighbors
across the big pond have been enjoying the luxury
of a third-rate earthquake, which occurred on the
17th of February, aud appears to have done no
damage except as it frightened a few nervous peo
ple, driving them out of hotels and dwellings. The
Bulletin gives the following description of the fright :
At the hotels in the city the consternation was
great. There was a universal stampede for the out
side. Ladies and children screamed, and many of
the former fainted through terror and fear. Every
street was black with people before the shock had
At the Washington Street Baptist Church there
was a large congregation in attendance on funeral
ceremonies. There was the silence of the tomb, and
the choir had just started up " The Rock ef Ages,"
when the earth lifted and trembled. All knew in
stantly what was at hand. The pastor aud congre
gation were seized with the impulse to run, and a
rush was made for the door. Four or five ladies
fainted and fell down in the aisles ; others screamed
and called for help. Several teams in front of the
j conductor ber Captain, if no sufficient explanation j church ran away. Some of the ladies were put in
. r ...:n i. a . carriages and conveyed home in an unconscious
is mniwicu, ... u m UUV..I um.,.,g uiu most j - Fortunateiy, no one was, seriously injured,
inhuman ever recorded in maritime history. Had j Immediately after earth's trembling had subsided,
the Ttombay remained by the wrecked vessel, it is the streets presented an interesting panorama. The
presumable that most or all the persons on the J - 1,
latter might have been rescued. We copy the tnres. Then there was the man who waa sure
IIlahtalaa and Beer Sbaa.
Mb. Editor : While I perfectly agree with you in
condemning the native hula as generally known, as
being immoral and indecent, still I apprehend that
you are slightly in error in assuming that the law
providing for licensing the hula is an encouragement
to the practice. The fact is, that the law operates
almost as a prohibition of the hula, inasmuch, as it
By permission of bis government, Capt. Com
merell of the iron ehip Monarch, which brought
over the remains of the late Mr. Peabody to Port
land, has been permitted to visit Annapolis,
Alary land, the nearest point to the National Capital
that she could reach. On the arrival of the ship
tnere, tne Captain was received by the Secre-
provides that the Minister of the Interior may grant I tary of the Navy. The Governor of Maryland
ana toe Mate Legislature also visited the noble
ship, which is probably the most powerful iron
clad in tbo world.
While at Washington, in reply to an inquiry
made by the Chairman of the Naval Committee,
Capt. Commercll said that his ship cost 300,000
($1,500,060) and her engines 00,000 (or $300,
000.) It is pleasant to see this great peace
maker engaged on such a mission as the present
viBit to America. In the late illustrated papers
will be found pictures of this ship.
It is said the officers of the Brooklyn Navy
Yard, have invited Capt. Commercll and the offi
cers of the Monarch to a grand ball and supper,
to be given within the precincts of the Brooklyn
Navy Yard, and that they have accepted. Such
international courtesies as the visit of Prince Ar
thur and that of the ehip Monarch cannot have
any other result than to remove jealousies and
bring about more pleasant relations between the
two most powerful nations on the earth.
F FaKCico Per bark D. C. Murray, March 2.1.
Fob IIilo 1'er Kate law, Monday or Tuesday.
Fob kti tl I'er Jennie, Monday.
Fob Lintitt-Per Nettie Merrill, Monday or Tuesday.'
port or aaolIbTJI.I."HT.,
13 A in bk AJelia Caiielon, Carlcton, 64 days from
11 Scbr Mary Ellen, Crane, from Maui.
13 S.-hr llokulele, Iu.l.4t, from Maui.
I I tk-hr Mannokawai. Makabi. from Maui.
15 rtohr MarUda, BerriU, from Hawaii.
15 chr Keocil Ana, Rikeke. from Kauai.
16 Am wh sb Hiberuia, Williams, front cruise with
300 bbla oiL
14 Am wh bk Acnes Barns, Jeffrey, from cruise with
60 bbis wh oU.
I-Am bk Harab, rinow, 13 days from Ban Franriaco.
1 Jehr Nettie Merrill, Cluney, frocn Maui.
19 M.-br I.uka, Hatfield, from KaouL
K chr Kinau, Wahia, from I .anal.
11 Schr Fatry Uueen, Smith, from Kauai.
15 rlcbr V arwick. John Ball, irom Moiokat.
1H Schr(wana,Makanabei'hrle,from Molokai.
JS Mlis p Waiiele, from Molokai.
It Schr Mi Keiki. Nape, from Maui.
IS Am wh bk Seneca, Kelly, & mouths out, 80 bbis sp oil.
IS Schr Active, Mellisb, from Hawaii.
1 J eVbr II.Tttie, Nika, from Kauai.
12 Scbr Mot Reiki, Nape, Maui.
li Scftr Warwick, John Hull, lor Molokai.
li Schr Jenny, I ambert,for Kaoai.
li Schr Kma, W ahia, Laoai.
li V S S Suginaw. Sicard. for Middkbrooke Island.
IS Am bk Ad'tlia laa-lcton, Caileton. fur Kan Francisco.
I i Scbr Mauuokawai. Makabi, Kauai.
l.V Schr Keoni Ann, K:k-ke, ft Kauai.
l i Schr ilokulelc. Dudott, Ut Maui.
IS Haw wh bk Arctic. Tripp, to cruise.
I Am stmr M:ih, Floyd, !r Kin Francisco.
14 Schr KamailK. 1111 taller, tr Molokai.
17 Am wh bk Alaska, FLh, to cruise.
17 Scbr Net lie MerriU. Chtnry, t Maui
15 Schr Maribla, BerriU. f r Hawaii.
IS Schr Mary F.llen. Crane, tor Manu
IS Schr Kiuatt. Wabia, fuc Maui.
j Justice he U highly respected by all classes.
Ftus Biswas Per Ka Mi. Marrh lllb :
Bath brick, cs. ........ 2$ Iron pipes. No......... . .200 I
Baskets, nests......... 1 valves. csk........ 1
Ueer.csks. ............ ft Kerosene, cs. .......... 30O .
H .ika, cs 4 l-iq-ikls, pkrs 2U4
Bricks. Arc 90K Lead, rolls 4
Brandy, bts. .......... JO l ill stones, set 1
I'irui, ra 6 Nails. rk -
t'huiaware, cs. ........ 1 Paints, pk.. ......... 4S
Chamr-ticne, ca ........ i) Taint oil. pks.. ....... 40
Chocnlaitf.es.......... 10 Pipe, reels. ............ o
Candles, bs. .......... I'rovisions, pkfS ....... 94
Chain, csks. .......... 2Perfumcry.es......... 1
Cirpper. bdla.. ......... 3 Tails, CS. .............. . 4
Cat., rak. ........... 2iiu Peas, csks. ............ 12
Ions...... - i Rope, pkrs. ........... &3
Content, Portland, MX. Wt Samples, pks li
Iru,rs... 3SCvlware.es.......... 2
Ury e!s, cs 0 Silk, cs 1
lK-mJin, j. ........ 1JU0 Sugar, crushed, ca ..... 20O
F.Sects. cs 2 Sad Iwinr, bale 1
Furniture, pk(s.. ...... 26 Salt, csks .............
;ui. pkrs ............. &S Saud stone, pea........ 22
Class, window, ra 4H Shocks, bdla ' JS2
Cas pipe, tails. ........ 13 heads 4c h'ps, pgs 4S
CUsaware, cs. ......... 4 Slates. No............. IUO
HanM.cs... 17 Tar, bfbbte &3
I l-mse paper, cs. ....... 3 I'mbrellas. ea. ......... i
HoUoware, csk ........ 1 I ' nsptrcincl mIse ...... S-i7
llata.es 1 Vinegar, bbla.. ........ 20
Hardware, ra. ......... Wearing apparel, cs.... 4
Iron,bdla.M 63 Wine, cs 24
bora.............. 34-1 Water kottlrs, rs...... - 4
Wire, bdla -I Varna, bate I
ware.es.......... 22 Yellow metal, ca. ...... 11
plates, pkja. ...... Si
Fios Sas Fatsclsco Ter Sarah. March 16lh
C-.ttoa fnod. rs. ...... 2 Spars .................
Lines twine, c. ....... 2. -
Tlio a.tiHtinlIa.it Jit?-iiia jLalno.
Considerable interest attaches to this sub
ject, and though nothing very definite lias trans
pired or been learned concerning it 6ince our last
is ue, yet one or two rumors hare reached us.
First, it is stated by telegraph from Mr. Webb,
who is in New York, that no contract has yet
been signed in London with any English company
to perform the Bcrvicc; and as matters now stand,
the chances aie better for the establishment of his
line than of any other. His agent is now in Aus
tralia, fully empowered to close any contracts that
may be offered. As soon as he succeeds, the steam
ers will commence running ; but as the Colonial
subsidies depend on legislative action, there may
tw rame dehiv in trettin? the coinnlete authority
j J O O 1 - w
j to close the various contracts to be made.
By the bark Adelia Carlton, which touched at
J this port on Monday from Sydney, we learn
that a steamer was advertised by the Amer
ican Consul, Mr. Hall, to sail March 17 for Hono
lulu and San Francisco. Passengers by the bark
think that she would obtain a large number of '
pafscngers. It was reported, however, that the
vessel might only come as far as Honolulu, and
transfer her passengers to the Holladny steamer.
If the left Sydney even by the 20tb of March, she
will be due here by April 15, in season to con
nect with the next San Francisco steamer. As we
stated before, these are only reports, and nothing
certain is known regarding the expected pioneer
steamer from Sydney.
We also hear it stated that a larger steamer
(probably the Ajar) may be expected from San
Francisco in April, to accommodate the large
number of passengers planning to leave here on the
20th of that month. Even if none arrive from
Sydney, there will be from eighty to one hundred
going over from this port.
Fob Sa F.sci.-co Per stmr Idaho. Maxca 10th :
Bananas, bnches. ...... S09 Skins, calf. No.........
Un.ae, II 4M abeep, pkga....
Horses, No............ 4 Sugars, lbs. ...........
Hides. Mo 4oi Whale oil, fall. .......
reaou'a, IM.. ......... itai stores.
Value Foreign.... $3, loi v Datnestie.....$iO49 8?
Faovt Bbkc-.Pct Ka Mot, March 11th Mr and Mrs B F
Ehlers ami 2 ehilJreo 4.
FaowS Fsascinco Per Sarah, March lfilh Ilex man
Flos Stdsst rer Adelia Carlcton, March Uth Walter
Msnttncnery, A il Haver! and wife, Geo F Haif bl and wife,
C B Kingman, Stuart McCaukry and wife, Herman Masters 9.
Fob Sasj Fbsscisco Per stmr Idaho, March 16ia J T
Waternoase. Mass Battle Jodd, E Fenard, wife and child, Ben
bora Lace, Mrs Webster, Col J II Uooper, Rev B G Snow.
Rev C A Harvey, a LmtxadB. wife and ana, C Collier nod
wife, Capt Ceo Gray. A J Home, l C Humphreys. C H
Bancroft, II Dure!!, W W Fletcher, wife and child. F egel
ken. C Ckea, II C Lee. wife and 4 rhildr-n, Junes Dodd,
T U.M. 11 N.lr W el. . Va i-fcitat. It lt
AkVorr, T Crane. AHT. T NrlUa-an. J W hate. A ACar- !
pewter. 1 J MeCtnafhln, A W Harmon, P N MeCank-y IS.
JqiMr.J. t. Bin
n Uonohila. on Friday. March l&th. to the wife
esaitbara a daughter.
litaloa.l T ulIlco lit &an Franolsoo.
The anniversary of Washington's birth-day
was observed by the good people of the Queen
city of the Pacific with unprecedented, honor.
Besides the parade of the military, and the usual
artillery salutes, there was a boat regatta, -tc,
the city and shipping were decorated with bunt-
! - e it i i c i
27 i ing oi ail naiiooo, unu piucua ot uuuu were
generally closed, the teeming population of the
great city making up their minds to enjoy a real
holiday. Bat the principal feature of the day
was the Moiicu Ftival, proposed and carried
out by Madame Can? ilia Urso, a French artiste
of great popularity. in aid of the San Francisco
Mercantile Library Association. The Library,
commenced in 1833, now numbers 23,000 volumes
in its collection, and is very justly considered an
object of pride by the citizens. .It is in reality a
public library, practically free to the public at
large, and thus is very naturally a cherished in
stitution. The Jubilee of Music, as it was appropriately
called, la&tcd three days, commencing on the 22d,
and was an immense success. The best musical
talent was collected together from every part of
the State, both vocal and instrumental. All the
German singing societies were present, and gave
the songs of their Faderland. Then there were
AI ."!Fri At the Seamen's ChapeL oa Sunday, the
13cn teaC by Mr. Aheocg, Mr. Alio tlaral so Miss HakatET
aksirr , of Makawao. Mauu.
fifteen hundred chorus singers, two hundred in
strumentalists, fifty anvils, struck upon in the
chorus by as many stalwart firemen, and cannons
J fired by electric wires to emphasize the particular
,,!,. iionouu-, March 13th. u.....t Via., j in tl uu"c- lWes. there was a big
HtBBis. wife of Hi Excellency ckarks) c. iiarria,ns pro- drum, eight feet iu diameter, and four feet long,
tncteJ awipaJnhsrsfc mJUign .ilh Ujn.- j blggf r than tho fiinouB one at the Boston Peace
following details from the Alt a :
By the arrival of the bark Benefactress, from
Yokohama, yesterday AVe have particulars of the
Iiss of the U. S. steamer Oneida. The following is
taken from the Japan O'azelte of the 29ih of
This most appalling disaster occurred on the
evening of the 24 Ui of January, at about 6 o'clock,
within a few miles of the anchorage of our harbor
which she had left less than a couple or hours
before. The vessel hud beeu in and out of Yoko
hama, and the Japanese ports constantly, during
the pa3t two years; and her officers were more
than ordinarily well known and well-liked ashore.
As they weie leaving the S&tion, homeward bound.
farewell fesuviuVs had been accorded to them
' during the preceding week, and they left aecompa
j nied by the most cordial good wisbes, of all their
acquaintances, afloat and abbore. let witbin two
hours alter their departure, with a complement of
officers and men numbering 170. only 6 including
Dr. Studdard and two junior officers are living to
tell the tale of the disaster that resulted iu their
ship and their comrades finding a watery grave.
The iron steamer Bombay, belonging to the P. &..
O. Company, had run into her and sue sunk in 15
The following account is from one of the men
paved from t lie Oneida ; we give it as we received
it ; but before we judge the Captain of the Bombay.
we must have hia account of the melancholly alfair,
and the statement of others on board. A naval
Court Martial has been demanded by the Captain
of the Bombay :
The IT. S. Steamer Oncidu, which has been on the
i China and Japan station, tor a little over two years,
having arrived at Kobe on the 27th of Dec. 1807, to
be present on the opening of the ports of Hiogo
and Osaka on the l.st of Jan. lob'8, left Yokohama
harbor about a o'clock on the afternoon of January
24th, homeward bound. The U. S. Minister had
visited her in the forenoon, and she had saluted him,
and returned the salute of the Jtrilisb iron-clad
Ocean, which ship His Excellency also visited. The
guns had also been loaded with blank cartridges,
in expectation of having to return the expected
salute of the Ku&sian gttnboat I'sadnick, which,
however, did not salute Mr. DeLong. and conse
quently the guns were left loaded. On her steam
ing out of the hai bor, the crews of the other men-of-war
iu the port gave her three cheers and wished
her a prosperous voyage. On passing Saratoga
Spit the wind being fair, the fires were banked and
the f team was commenced to be blown off. About
7 o'clock, while the officers were at dinner, the
lookout man on the forecastle sang out, Steamer
lights ahead and the midshipman, also on the
forecastle, wave the order. "Port the helm."
Everything seemed so still on board the other
i steamer as to lead to the belief that she had not
' observed the Oneidn, although ber lights were
burning brightly. The steamer now known to be
the 1. & O. steamer Bombay, came right on, and
ran into the Oneida, striking her on the starboard
side, aft the gangway, at about half way between
the main and mi.zen rigging, cutting a hole in the
side of the Oneida, through which the whole inte
rior of the gun room was visible, oarrying away
the gig binnacle, wheel and rudder, killing the
two men at the wheel on the spot. All the officers
who were not on deck rushed up, and sail was im
mediately phortened. It was evident to all that the
ship was a total wreck. The Bombay did not slop,
but proceeded on her way; and a the guns hap
pened to be loaded under circumstances already
detailed, they were fired at short intervals to at
tract attention of the Bombay, and to bring her
back. The order bad been given to lower away
the boats " but the life-boat was the only one avail
able ; as the cutter was in the cradle on board, and
us already stated, the gig had been carried away.
The life-boat was manned. Dr. Studdard, a boat
swain, and 15 of the crew going aboard of her.
Five gnus were fired, but before the sixth could be
fired, the vessel sunk. The life-boat was obliged to
leattUe side of tbo sinking ship, to avoid being
cpwtir swamped by her. The whole roust have
been over withii ten minutes after the collision.
None of tboso saved saw a man or heard a voice on
board the Bombay.
When there was evidently no hope of saving the
ship, the officers gathered aronnd Capt. E. P. Wil
liams, on the poop, and be was beard to say taatbe
would not leave the ship; II she went down, be
would sink with her.
A naval court martial 19 being held, the proceed
ings of which we are particularly requested not to
publish until the enquiry is finished.
We must say. however, that the examination of
Capt. Eyre, of the Bombay, gave a plaia account of
his proceedings, and bis reasons Tor passing on to
Yokohama, ucb'as must produce a very different
impression in men's minds from the statement of
the men who were saved from the wreck ; and if
confirmed by further evidence, must remove the
stigma of inhumanity from bis name.
The excitement at Yokohama has been -very
great, and the feeling against the Captain of the
Bombay is intense.
Dr. Livingstone. The New York Tribune of
February 3d, speaking of the reported death of this
traveler, says :
Dr. David Livingstone is reported to have been
burned in Africa as a wizard, for such was tfae
character, he long bore there. We could in some
recpects have better spared Africa than Livingston?.
His was a courage of the most exalted order, for it
stood the tevts of lonliest isolation and wildest soli
tude, and absolute self-exile from the company of
the civilized and the humane. He was a new
Greatheart in the strangest Pilgrim's Progress
which these latter days have known. Heroic piety
sustained bim living and dying, in all that sublime
mission which one unaided bat not inspired man
undertook for the sake of God and bis fellows. To
be burnt as a wizard was not the fate which man
kind would have imagined for such a benefactor as
Livingstone ; but it crowned with sacred fire and
recommended to Heaven the life-long sacrifice of a
man whom the world will claim among its martyrs.
We Lope that the present news may prove a un
true as a previous report of Livingstone's death.
It does not. however, reach us in a shape that we
ate now able to question.
great damage had been done, almost dislocating his
neck to look at the upper stories of tall buildings
and straining his eyes to find a shattered pane of
glass. To him every little crevice appeared double
its real size, and every other building seemed out of
A buxom matron of about forly-five summers was
wending her way along Battery street, near Wash
ington, when the shock commenced, and she was
perfectly demoralized for the time being. Contrary
to the general estimate of maternal affection, she
deposited her cherub on the curbstone and started
off on a keen run. She subsequently remembered
that she had left something behind, and returned for
A gentleman who had been enjoying his bath in
the Occidental Hotel appeared iu the street in a very
natural state ; ladies in their morning gowns, for
getting chignons, bustles, etc., joined in the stam
pede, and costumes were forgotten in the general
a license for a hula performance, thus 'leaving it
discretionary with him to grant or to withhold. . I
think the discretionary power is vested safely, for
the ancient hula is almost entirely unknown at
present. But were there no license provided for, we
would soon witness in every part of the country a
repetition of the disgusting orgies that were formerly
I hear a good deal of the evils of beers hops. It
is said that there are no less than forty places in this
city where so-called beer is sold to natives. The
compound is manufactured here, supposed to be of
hops and molasses, although in some instances other
and less innocent ingredients are said to be used.
Some varieties are called banana beer, orange cider.
nianzo cider, etc., without however any of those
fruits entering into the composition. Now the reason
why these beer shops are so numerous, is because
there is no license required. Any sailor who lands
here with six bits in his pocket, or any native, no
matter what his character may be, can set up a beer
shop. 1 hese shops are so numerous that the police
are unable to prove in which particular establishment
a native gets drunk, and so they all go clear. Sam
ples of this beer have been analyzed, and found to
contain from 2$ to 6 per cent of alcohol. The
simple remedy for this growing evil s the enactment
of a law by the coming Legislature, empowering the
Minister of the Interior, in his discretion, to grant
a license to any suitable person for the manufacture
and sale of home-brewed beer, iiy this metns, the
police will have the supervision of the beer shops, the
number will be circumscribed, and the quality of the
beverage improved. lours, A. li.
C K. CLARK
R. W. BEVKR4SCB,
SEVERANCE, CLARK & CO.,
jlnd Shipping Agents.
405 Front Street, comer of Clay St., Han Francisco.
We will attend to the Sale. of Sugar, and all kind of Island
Produce. Also, to the Purchasing and Forwarding of Mer
chSDilise. 7Z1 ly
STEAM COMMUNICATION r?
HONOLULU AND SAN FRAHCISCC
Carrjlng the United States Mail
TIIvIE T uOl. X3 3Li 33
amuvaLa. s. DKnart ..
Thursday March 10, Wednesday Mnrch i '
Thursday April 14 Wvduesuny April vflTQf V
fur.dny Slay 22 r'riilay M") J
faaday June 26, Friday Jgl '
SAN I'RAKCIH'O. !
1 aHBiral.il. Brown
nionnsy March f
....April U Tuesday, Ms
May 10 ThursiUy June i,
.....Juua IftjTbursdoy.. July 1
Fer rrcight r ravage, r for farther Isfariui '
tloa, apply to I1V0I
CAPTAIN ft. 8. riaOVIl, ; I
or to trie company's Afeuti.
Til E PIONEER COY.
ANEW READING BOOK FOR. HAWAI
IAN:?, for sale ot the Hook tore of the Hawaiian Board,
in the Sailors' Home, corner of Merchant and Ilethel Lane,
Honolulu, ana also at Mr. Wtiituey a Book Store.
721 lm Q. P. JCDD.
ImR I'XDEItSICX fcil) GIVES PUBLIC
Si NOTICE that he has gold hia Stock in Trade, Tools, &c,
together with the tiood Will or the Business, to Mr. THOMAS
TANNAT'. Tbaukful for pust favors, he would recommend
air. i autiatt, to the confidence of his old friends and customers.
til lm JOHN COSTA.
J. T. WATER HOUSE.
OXESUPKRIOR LIGHT BUG.
U x, Custom-made. Apply to
721 3t 76 King Street, Honolulu.
JEx IoIt. Cowan !
Columbia River Salmon!
FOJR VICTORIA, V. I
THE A 1 BIlITIfH BRIO
Will Sail Positively on Tuesday, 22d insy
For freight or passage, apply to V
781 It TUEO. II. PAYIKit, Agent. '
Regular RiHimtcli I-iiic; ' 1T4
SAN FRANCISCO !'
THE AMERICAN CL1PPK11 BAKK Tb Tl
FULLER, MASTER. TTT
Will have Dispatch for the above Port.6
For Freight or Passage, having superior accoDimo.li.lim:. t
eal'in and iteWHge pjtusciigers, apply to TITI-
7M) v. lllttn EH s Co., Agents.
IFrmnrsSsnrs lnsi1rs r . ' P
aau ii sssstsaa jb. Jtm mj Ma a II (
M and a
facts lor Farmers,
BE UTI FULLY 1 LLUSTR ATKD TWO
VOLLMKd IN O.NK.-A few copies only for sale at $5
lens than the New York Price. ,
721 Sts Ti. M. WHITNEY.
Frazer River Red Salmon!
gggglH TWE ORDER,'
BARRELS ASD HALF BARRELS,
Also, 10 Bbls. Cranberries!
FOR SALK BY
TIIEO. II. DAVIES.
TO LET !
TWO ROOMS. FUR XI SHED OR DX-
r LKW 1 ira r. nuaar.1 aifnar nn sr it V r.aLA fT
Kitchen, Cooking- Utensila, Crockery, &c. Terms,
moderate. Apply to Mr. T. KEKUAN, Light House, Nuuxnu
Valley. 721 3t
hia. YALTER MONTGOMERY'S
WILL TAKK PLACE
At KutTuni's Good Templar's nail !
This Saturday Evening, March 19th
AT 8 O'CLOCK PRECISELY.
ADMISSION, ONC DOLLAR.
IT Tickets at Whitney'a Book Store, or at the Boor.
Agent for Mr. Montgomery.
BTJFFUirS GOOD TEMPLARS' HALL,
MR. WALTER "llOiNTGOM ERY'S
SECOND PROGRAMME :
1 A Father's Advice
2 Wolsey'a farewell
3 The Dream of Clarence..
4 Queen Mab. ............
o Conversion of fteueilick.
The Beils, (by desire)....
7 My I'ncle
8 Aboa Men Ad hem
The New Tale of a Tub..
........... .Knmeo and Juliet.
Good Templar's Hall, lintel Street, Satardaj, 19tU!
On Tuesday next, March 22d !
JL ENTIRELY FRESH PROGRAMME !
Including the two Magnificent
Orations of Brutus and Mark Antony
From the Classic Drama of Julius Csew.
ON THURSDAY, 24th,
TOE PROGRAMME OF TTESDAY, MARCH 15th,
Will be Repeated bjr general desire.
And on Saturday, the 261 li,
. . ' . : MR. MONTGOMERY
WILL RECITE SHAKESPEARE'S TRAGEDY
To Whom it May Concern:
ALL PERSON'S HAVING ANY
claims of any nature, against either of the fol
lowing vessels, vis:
Are requested to band them in at the offlce of Messrs. C.
BHKWKK & CO., to-dny. for adjustment, and any persons who
bare put in such claim Will ca'l and hva tnetn propeny au.
thenticated. THKO. H. DAVIfcS,
H. A. P. CAKTEK,
For the Owners.
Honolulu. March 19, 1870. 721 it
Ill V. II VDKRSIt! .V CD OFFERS FOR
SALK, iu quantities to suit, oa the Kaplanade. makat or
the Custom House.
The Cargo of Redwood, ex John Hancock,
Rough Ridwood Boards,
Tongned and Grooved Redwood Boards.
Tongaed and Grooved Pine Boards,
Redwood Shingle?, shaved.
Cargo from Victoria, ex Robert Cowan,
Comprising a full Assortment of
N. W. Boards, Joists and Scautling
ALL OF WHICH
AVII1 be Sold nl the Lewesl Passible Rates.
7211m D. W. MONTGOMERY.
" IT IS ITIY AIJI
My Customers Perfect Satisfaction.
nAVIXG SECURED THE SERVICES OF
MR. DVYYCK, who c mes highly recommended from
bis former employeia
Aa nn Exierlcuced Phoiogrnaher and Artist,
I hope, with our combined efforts, to have every Picture that
leaves my K?talliumeut DO ME CREDIT.
Rates of Charges will Remain as Heretofore.
Small Children not taken on Mondays and Saturdays
ty Specimens of Mr. Dwyer'a Work, and of my own, on
Exhibition at the Gallery.
I shall be pleased to have the oiders of parties wishing Pho:
topraphs of Residences, Scenery, Ac, o , and hope to be able.
by strict attention to my business, to sb re the public patron
age. J. W. KINO, Photographer,
721 lm Up stairs, next door to the Post Office.
O NOME A PLANTATION.
Sugar and illolassen Crop 1870,
DOMING IN. FOR SALE IN O.UANTI-
TIKd to suit purchasers, by
GENUINE MANILA ROPE
, 11 and 1 iich a long length for little weight.
A LARGE VARIETY OF DEMIJOHNS
WITH A LOT or
New English Prints
Other Goods Just Received!
TUB A 1 CLIPPER DARK
D. C. MURRAY,
Will follow the Ethan Allen ' in this LitQ 1ICJ
For Freight or Passage, bavins Superior Aecoiumoliitlin i"
Cabin and steerage Passengers, apply to
71 WALK Kit ALLEN, Agent!
Regular Packet for Ihmalei, Kanaf R
TUB CLIITKR BCnOONER ' Ui
FAIRY IU1ZKN , j
Will Sail an a Regular racket as above,
For Freight or lasssge apply to
WALKER A ALLK.Y
FOIl KONA AND KAU.
FROM EXGLAXD, VIA SAN FCA(1SC3,
. , BY-
JOHN THOMAS WATEEH0TJSE.
Have Just Received
Hawaiian Bark "KaMoi,"
Will run as a Regular Packet to the abuvs ports.
or KHssnge apiy to
C7 em WALKER A ALLEN. AirenU
AHOY OF IT YEARS, WlftllF. KM5
PLOY! E.N T in a store or trada. II speaks KnBlish sri
well, is honest, willing and
(7 a-U ai)
perf.-etlf trust worth) j
II. M. W1I1TNKV. i
Comet nnd Id.ilio,
Especially Adapted for the Market.
5 Coo peri
- Wool O
1 nnd 2 ir
ENTIRELY FROM BI EMORY.
"This ia Mr. Walter Montgomery's finest effort, and the
highest intellectual treat ever offered to the student of 8hake
speare. - Aienaum.
TO THE PUBLIC t
Be pleased to remember that all the Entertainments will be
given at .
Buffum's Good Templar's Hall, Hotel St.,
Commencing precisely at 8 o'clock each evening.
21 Agent for Walter Mnoromery.
PTRSUANT TO AN ORDER MADE BY
Hon. A. S. Hartweli, Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court, on the 16ib ot March, 1870, I will sell at Public Auc
tion to the highest bidder, for cash.
On Thursday, the 7th day of April, 1870,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ON TUB PREMISES,
'A. CORNER 3L.OT
TO wrr :
The lot on the Southwestern Corner oi Klug and Fort streets,
Honolulu, opposite the store of K. O. Hall A Son. This prop
erty Is part of the Kstate of W. N. Ladd, deceased, and is sold
cotiflrmatioD of Probate Conrt. 1
JOSEPH 0. CARTER,
Administrator sUte of W. H. Ladd.
Hooolalu, March 1st, 1970. tji 3t.
CAIVARY BI RDS I
A FEW choice: singers, per
K A MOI, can be had at the Store of
720 Sts li. F. F.1ILERS 4- CO.
WALKER & ALLEN, Ageota.
o. MAist a. h. wmcHKSTsa ...t. a. hats.
MAIN 5t WINCHESTER,
MaSCFlCTCBItBB ISO IMrOBTiaS OW
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
COLLARS, SADDLERY WAKE, c,
Naa.314 and 2IC Bnltery St., San Fraaelaca.
N. B. Good assortment Concord Stage Harness const ntly
on hand. 721 lr
E. O. IIAJLJL St SOZi
Have Just Heceived
A NEW & FULL ASSORTMENT
Goods in their Ijine
WHICH ARE OFFERED
i- FOR SALE IT PRICES TO SCIT THE TIMES.
ESIDES THEIR USUAL SUPPLY, THET
call attention to an invoice of
Doable and Single Barrelled Fowling Pieces,
Smith A Wesson's Pistois, '
: '- Colt's Revolvers, Snlay Clocks, 30-boor Clocks,
French Waxed Calf Skins, fC, Ac, 4-
PLOWS Side Hill, A 3, and A 4.
Paris Plows, Eagle Plows, One-horse Plows,
Dorse Collars. Trace Chains,
Carriage Bogs, r uperior Coir Door Mats,
Blank Books, Foolscap , Letter and Note Paper,
Ladies' Baskets, a great variety,
Sheet Iron, Galvanised Iron.
Boxes Tin, IC, IX, I XX, IXXX,
Perforated Tiae, Bolder, Rivets,
Block Tin, Babbit's UetsJ,
Plates! Tattle Caatera, S mm 6 Bwttlea, le.
And Daily Expected by tile Syren,
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
. ... i
Splendid Cook Stoves,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTORY.
Dales Aiuobktag DenlBts, Long Handled SLovtls, kt.
EXPRESSLY AXD CARErCLLY
Selected for tliis Ularlcct
BLACK SILK UMBRELLAS,
White, Blue & Red Woolen Blankets,
Freaelt Calf Sklas, F reach KM Glave,
Dundee Hemp Canvas & Sail Twine.
Grilt Frame Mirrors
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF '
Linseed Oil, Fence Wire,
Window C.lass, Epsom Salts,
Jamaica Pom atom and Pklloeome,
Carrie Powder, -
SartTJnes, in fc J tin
; r Sweet Oil,
Assorted Fruit Jams and Jellies,
FREVCn PRCXES, IS GLASS JARS,
, . - . i . . v - . .
Cephalonia Currants, In 101b tins,
t i s : French Chocolate, Mi.( t c
Canary and Rape Seed, la demijohns
HERB AND W15E VIXEOAR,
Deetjen's Pale Ale,
' Mailer's Lager Deer, cv ,
" Holland GLil, JBdl trand,
French Cognac, 1 ': "
Old Sherry and Port Wine,
GEMJIHE HOCK WIHE8,sw
SUPERIOR FREXCII CLARET,
ALCOHOL, IN; 5. GALL. DEJUI JOHNS,
3 n,1 1 Inrh Oak T.niie.l la.tKer Iti llinff
Caoal and Gulden Wheullarrc
Very best K libber IIokc
Half, Three-fourth and 1 Inch. Sane Pa
J Emery Y
HOSE PIPES, II It EAST DRILLS, 3U,und h
Patent Balances, or Fteelysrds, to eKh from SOO to 600 lit 1 WI;
Solid Socket Usrden Hoes, No. Horse Hoes, L
Esgle Plow Beams and Handles, assorted, LXITO
Hhlflletreea. for sinela and double lean '
Fall Proof, 98 per cent.
Eagle Plows, No. 2 and No.
Cultivators, Steel Teeth,
Fairbanks' Beales, Platform and Counter,
Heavy and light Strap Hlnees,
r sms ami
Oft' Table f si
t rear I llui
I I'ins and
Assorted Feed Drills, Assorted Weigh! ,
AMDS tt aUI VN'S SHOVELS,
House, Street and Ktsl.le Brooms,
Braes and Iron bound Tubs and Palls, Cedar and li
Sledge, A se and Pick Handles, J' J
CsrrisKe and Ladies UMing VThr i
a rr r t r it w t t i v't Wi
''.! A Ji if M M U A fl
ALL OK WHICH WILL II K SOI
J J STOCK
Commercial News Depot,
Bark Comet And Steamer Mdalic
FEHRUARY Otli and iOtfc.
Suktcribtri 4t not receive their paper e, uken ai
fats ift as recttvrd, enoud fnd tut lice
thereof by return meat.
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