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BYE. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR ROOM SALE '
on Tuesday, march 26th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. AT BALE ROOM.
A KI.NE LINK OF
&c, &c, &c.
E. P. ADAMS. Auctr.
ii i: s i is a n Ms i; i . v i: s rn i: 4 t
IiK SOLD LY AUCTION AT THE
' ROOM of te UXDEKSIGXEI),
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 30th,
Tract of Land, Situated in Kauluwela,
llnnolnl.j. hell under l Royal Patents, and containing'
( 9 10) two an-I nine-tenth Acres, chiefly
FICST CLlvS KAI.0 LiI. WELL UlTII&F.D !
House Lots & Comfortable Wooden Houses.
It h onfiiraoo to the City, and in th! Ticinii jr of the In-tend-ii
ntinuatfn of h h'ol Street, th completion of which
ill rentier it a d--irabl I alny fur a ri lenc-. A Plan of
the Lao l may be een al the Oti-e of the Under.lneJ.
rurther part culara niay be learned by application to Jobs
M iSTiMitir, at h: office, or ul Kraaria, on the premises.
E. I. ADAMS, Aacll.aeer.
GET THE BEST!
a Io pular
flMIOS. O. THRl'M TAKES PLEASURE
JL in atinoancinr that he haa
Received the Sole Agency
Fr the Hawaiian Island for thin
Interesting and Amusing Work of about
PBIMID FROM CLEAR UTE OX FIXE PAPER I
Ono Largo Octavo Volume !
Illustrated with nearly 300 Engravings !
Thi Book is Issued only in Subscription
At I.oO Cloib.or in Lenibrr Library Style
3F5LO"U.Sl2LiXiS Xt! .
Is much superior in Humor. Instructive Incidents, and De
scriptive Narrative than
Especially to the
Author's Pacific Coast and Sandwich Is.,
IT GIVE IN YOUR NAMES SOON. JCL
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED!
TERMS CASH OX
TUO. O. THRUM, Agent.
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS !
rymiE fxdersignei have just re.
JL CtlVtU ex Meamer MONTANA,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
CENT'S, BOY'S AND YOUTH'S
CLO rV II ING"!
Of all rualltlea. Also, an elegant variety of
-Gent's Ladies. Misses' & Children's
XEW STYLES. Ir.tcndinjr tn make the alove a specialty they
cordially invite all to
Examine their Slock before Porchalns; Elsewhere.
rohlBlra S. M AC XI X" i CO.
GAS AND VATER TUBES !
PLAIN AND GALVANIZED,
va-71TII FITTIXCS TO CORRESPOND,
T T i-i lo 3 in. cf the liesl Wolverhamploo make.
A QUANTITY OF FIXE
DRAUC HT ALE!
VERY SLIGHTLY I'RICK ED. all ia Bond.
For Sale and 5h:noent ty
T. W. JACKSON",
TO LET 0E LEASE !
THOSE VERY DESIRABLE
VKKMISrtf on the Plains known as U
LSI. at present occupied by Mr. S.
D!e. The Dsrelimff House conisu or a larpe t r-
tr, Uiuintr Room. Three Bett H onis ami Pantry, two Urge
f t-re Ro.rn no baaeaient ; there is :o. on the land a Cottage
containing two rtxxns. detached Kitchen. Servant's House,
ttablea, 4-e. . 4-c , with a well of sjnod water. Possession
given on the nrt of Ju'y next. For further particulars,
Jad if apply l JAML5 S. LEMON.
FRESH EASTERN GROCERIES
EX SYREN, viz:
(OSTOV CR US II ED SUGAR, IX HALF
Kirts Mackerel. qturtT bbU. Family Pork, i0 lbs. each,
b-Hiton aar-Cured Hams,
Cases Sausage Meal,
Cases Little Neck tiaras.
Cases True Lemon tyrup.
Cases Pepper Sauce.
Cases Yarmouth ?a0ar Corn,
Case, Green Peas.
Cases Corn Starch,
Cases Yeast Powder.
Cases Tomato Catsup.
Downer's Kerosene oil.
The above O.xwls were packed by the well-known firm of
Lewis A lirothers, Boston. l or bale by
II E X R V M A Y, 9 Tort St.
CANDLES for CARRIAGE LAMPS
OR S L.E BY
THE CELLAR UNDER MT STORE
Capable of Bloving between 300 and 400 TON'S.
Ja H. M. WHITsTZT.
DY C. S. BAHTOW
TI-I J S l5 AY !
, EA El I TOKS S LE OF HEAL ESTATE:
"Waianu, Waiahole, Dis., of Koolaupoko,
island of oijc,
iV VIRTCK OF OORIIKR ssi KHf)!T
rf th ? inr m- ' '"lrt f th- llswaoao 1 stands, "fi tt.e I 4 h
fiyo( Feb IsTi, w !l h- s'l 1 t Public Aurti -n. at the aacti. u
rotits of C c. B.rtow, on (Jieu street. Honolulu,
On Saturday, the 23d day of March,
A. I. 1 8 72. HI I o'clock .Neon.
All the Ri.-ht. Tit, and Interest cf the E'tate of SAMCKL
J ACoIiS, deceased, in and t.i two pieces ot Ian.!, situated in
U'titni, Wa.ahoie. Iosrr.rt or Klaupoi:, Island ot 'Jal.u.
The Rifth, p-ece o-niv.s of ten and one-haif cr-s of rice, a
kal- land w th a dwell, n hoise. n t 14 lea-d f r a
t-rra of five years, fr-ari the l-t day ot Fe'. ls.71. t a yearly
r-::!al of f J-'O p-r hnnurtj, ptyb!e send anr.uxliy. and wi! b-i
K il surj-c: to th" late I h-rcauka portion consist of 175
acres of pasture an! wi-Und. of which immediate possession
may be had.
F.r fur'h-r ar'.u!ars, spnll-sition miy be rail to J. W.
Aus'in, Executor of ;he will of Samuel Jacob, or to
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M., AT SALES ROOM.
Will be Sold ;
CASES OF KEROSENE OIL,
KEGS OF BROWN SUGAR.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Good Top 13 ii
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
In the District of Halelea, Island of Kauai.
BY VIRTUE OF A X ORDER. ISSUED OUT
of the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian I-lands. on the-tth
day of March, A. D. It" 1. ill be ttt.ld at Public Aucti..n, at the
Auction Kooiq of C. . Bartow, on Uueen S.rcet, Honolulu,
On Saturday, Gth of April, 1872,
AT li O'CLOi K. NOiX,
All the IWht. Title ami lotere.t of the Kptate of William II.
Pease, late of Honolulu, d Ceased, in and l
A la I. TH AT TRACT of I, A IV I,
Known by the name of II A K.N A, Inland of Kiuil. There are
in this land abonl '2.1)0 Acres, of which 4CNI ai-res are available
for aitricultural and grazing pnre.es. and the land is well
watered, and runs from the sea to the mountain the whole
forming a d sirable K.Mare lor investniftit or iniprovement.
Title good. A plan of the premises may be Seen at the Auction
Room. For further particulars apply 10 J. Vt. AUSTIN, Ad.
min.strator of the Estate of V illiani 11. Pease, or to
C. S. BARTOW. Auct'r.
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon
G E . T la IZ .11 Ta A 'S
3IK. KORVKT KYCROFT
WOULD R ES I E CT F U la la Y ANNOUNCE
to the Public that he has
Opened on Fort Street !
Opposite William Furniture Ware
Ico Cream Saloon for Ladies !
ICE CREARi, CAKE, TEA AND COFFEE !
at nil hour.
HOT LUNCH DAILY FROM 12 TO 2.
Hoping tn be able to meet the req jircments of those who
may favor him with their ptronas'e,
He Invites all to Give Him a Call.
nihil tf w-sw
TIIK STORK aXD IRKMISF.S O'-
eupied by W. Humphreys, opposite the Sailor's Horn.
P'.ssesaion civen ou the 1st of Jauuarv. 1S12. AddIt
at the Office of
jaO tf THK0 P. C. IIEUCK, Fort Street.
FOR SALE !
A PATENT MF.I.OIIV HARMONI
UM, in polished rosewotsl case, with eleven stops
and two side pedals. Th- instru - ent is perfectly new, and is
suitable for a Church or private house.
mhii Apply at ttiis Office.
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES ON
Nuuanu Avenue, at present occupied by V. L. Green,
Esq. Possession given April 1st.
Also, the House and Premises adjoining, possession given
immediate'y. For particulars apply tu
felOtf O.K. WILLIAMS nr J. H. WOOI.
ixi)Ekm(;ni:ii. fp.om and after
date, will issue Bills of Exchange and Letters of
SAX FRANCISCO. NEW YORK.
LONI'OX. HAMBURG and BREMUN,
in sums to suit at !nwet rates.
Best Commercial Paper discounted on the most favorable
Ch advances ma.le on consignments of I'l.ind produce at
he rate of interest of 9 cent, per annum.
j6 tf II. I1ACKFELD & CO.
A Second-Hand Billiard Table, 6 feet x 10,
In good order with Bal's. Rack, Cues, Counters and Pool
Board, with new Cushions an.l Bed.
App to ROBERT RYCROFT.
fbl7 tf. Buffum's Hall.
4 1.1 P E R S O
NS ARE HERERT CAP.
i. Tlo r.I against a.
L.wing their animals to trespass uuon
the land kaown as LU M AH Al. on the Island ..f Kauai th
und-rsigned having l-ase I the same from C. K. HISIPjP.
All persons so trespassing hereafter, will le proceeded
against according; to law. CHL'LAX & CO.
Honolulu. January 25:h, 1472. ji27 3m
L1ROM THIS DATE I SHALL. NOT BE
r responsible for ar.y debts contracted in my name without
my written order.
Haiku. Feb. 2:h. 1S72. (rah!6 lm) JOHN TALLETT.
A GOOD I.VESTME.T.
71 OR SALE CHF.l P. ONE OF THE LARG
ESTABLISHMENTS on Hawaii.
Apply to WALKER ir ALLEN'.
1 862. I 872.
H. L. CHASE, Proprietor,
THE LONGEST ESTABLISHED PHOTOGRAPHER
PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN IX THE LATEST
style and with all the improvements in the art. and
ALWAYS ON THE LOWEST TERMS !
FOR SALE Ph digraphs of al' the Ki.ngs, Qjeens, Chief and
other important rsonages.
Also, the Largest Variety of Views, Cards, Stereo-
seopic, e., Ac, AT LOW PRICES.
Frames, Ftereoscnpes, dc. Ottaper than can fce
found at any place in the city.
Havlcr all the conveuleoces for doing out door work.
Views or Eesidences, &c, will be taken
Better and at Lower Prices than by any other Gallery la
the city. II. L. CHASE.
fe24 ly w-sw fort Street.
SEE MY COLUiYIN
:Not THIS, but the Other
! Querr Verr Queer!
.V IV ADVGRTIMNG
Anchors and trains f.r e r
&or.st the Notion a UM.tti Nll
-ap, very ceap.
crowl-d, out and are
n ) Tt.ey w.il be
Funny! Very Fanny!
In tr.y AJv-rl;inir I'lJamn. o E.r.l Tra;-s, Plrd II mici
and Hr--di g Cag-s.of ti i.h I t, tea l-r. i 1 rtment,
arecrodel ot. lh y aol le ch-ap, r c.'.e.p.
Queer! Very Queer!
My Pills R's'r's. W(,e!po-i" i ! C'.-ki"s are crowd-1 out
a:e are n. coded in the Xeai. i.s.
Ir-.n loi; f.r ttir- r-nc. nr. wl. -h I will "II for "-5 cents
ea-!.. ;i inucri t.'.nn tfir rw ma!-r.l ; h-r.
'I lif l-'iiiiiiirat r nil Hruitse'S t arptrl arl.irh I hae
f r .e. a 3picrj:id art.c:--, -jd uarritrl of equri. qutl.tj, at
30 tr c-i l , rtt tt.n the L .r;--t for t.'ie Nr Hotel c ot in
rr rnciv. t: ! s liioi, fr!,t, it ..rir.i-e arid d'lty itttt
It; t I'ltd to tfjr Irinc n C"t. It would te a luitthe-
njit.Cian to call uiaie th-r t as ir.Cirred ty not ur. has. kg i.rre.
'ot Queer or Very Queer!
The Stmrr K Ufa is a decii-d acc-ss and tn ttfrijl'y as-
s s V p'ocnote trade and deT-l.p the rts ,urees of iiir Kir.gdoai
The New Hotel.
ThT nas been a difT-rence cf opinion in conse-quiT.ce of
Opthalruia. I am mora.ly CTtain it wiil be a drciJ-d uccrss
in pr3iot:ns; the ii.termu of ttee fa.r is.iuds. and a great
beortit tu Ihrm.
I!fr ni House Keepers ned not jjkeor seek a reiuc'ion
in rei:t, f r they wid have th-ir h.ir- from the extra cumber
of vmt'.rs to ,m the winder of this K n.l"m.
Th. Naiioni H A.-l.no much need- d f r the npbuihlin of
our Sunny lUn ls w.li, ii conj-inction w :h cth-r soli 1 'm
pr'.vemeots. itumort .lize the rein of KauKUiMK'Ja VrH. Lar.g
wv he live a:il reign.
f-3 JOHN THOMAS W AT KR HOUSE.
THE UMIKRSIGXED RETL'RXS
thank to all p.u.-w.a (or past favor, olicitin
Ary unpaid quarf-riy acC'junm to the 31st PecrmKer, 1ST1.
deiri: g to h tve aetUed without anr further eff irta to j-ii par
lie" rr.rr.ones. as it is a perf. ct b .re to LL', and nl-jeeta to it.
Ilia pric have been lit eral atid should be paid. It is, he
ihinkit, laitiii( a lvaniiipe of K'ol nature.
fe3 J Mils THOMAS 'VVATKKIIOUSK.
TO LET !
S E V E R A I- COTTAGES R E-
SPKCI'AHLV situated. Also, one Mansion to let,
with an ailownic- in rent for itnpr.veinents in
the shae of hrti and choice trees.
Also a school Huusj or Sli p. App y to
f.3 JOiiN TIlt'.MAS WATERH0U5E.
FOE SALE !
rjpHE UXDERSIGX ED OFFERS FOR SALE
il this projrty
WITH ALL TH R
IMPC0VE3IEXTS, ST0CF:, IMPLE5IEXTS, iie.,
Situated in lMokuleia, "WAIALUA, Oahu.
D ESC RIFT I ON.
! Three Thonand One Ilnodred Acres Pasture Land !
I of which, thirteen hundred acres are RICH BOTTOM LAND
I near the sea. There are on the ranch On- Stone Bwelliig
i Houte with Verandahs. Kitchen attached ; Wooden House for
storinp woo! ; Stone Dairy; one 0 art House; over two miles or
Stontj Wall; two miles and a quarter of Wire Fencing, with
Bed wo. d Posts. new ; Cattle and Sheep Pens. Also, one old
Wool Press, one Iron Axle Ox t'art ; one Iron Axle Ox Cart for
drawing stone-, one SprinK Horse Cart; Ox Vokea, Six Ox
Chains, Crowbars, Grindstones, c , Slc.
Fifteen Horses. Mares and Colts, colts Improved stock ;
Four hundred and fifty head of C'Httle of mixed Durham
and Devon breeds, including One Hundred
Four Yoke Working Oxen ;
Four Yoke Working Pteers ;
Between Four and Five Hundred Sheep, mixed Merino and
Refer to undersigned or to S. B. DOLE, Esq.
m4 w-sw S. X. EM En SOX.
STEAMER " KILAUEA."
Mnrrli 25ih Circuit of Hawaii
April lal Tor Konn
m2 a viv
For jPortlaa?! Iirect.
TIIK AM F.KICAN BABKENTINE
Jane .V. TJ'allciiibu.rc:,
Having part of her Cargo tnq'tgnl. trill have Quick
Dispatch for the above port.
For freight or pas.-ai;e. apply to
tahlS CATTLE k COOKE, Agents.
Regular Packet for
Koii.i and Kan.
The New Clipper Schooner
V I li A 31 A ,
Captain J. II. Hatfield,
I Will run regularly on the above route, having excellent accom-
modations for passengers and freight.
For Freight or Passage, applv to the Captain on board,
or to (mh23tf) T1BBKTS & SOKENSJN.
United States, New Zealand and Australia
Hail Steamship Line.
For SAX FRA1VCISCO!
The Steamship on or about April 6.
And Oilier New Zenlmifl I'orfi,, romiert in
nl .A urliliiiid with S to-n mersi for Nyducj,
Melbourne nnl Brisbane, the
Ou or stout April 4i.
Pates of departure from Sam Pates of Departure from Ho
Franc.sco for Honolulu nn.1 nolulu for San Franciico and
I't.rts in New Zealand and. for Puns in New Zealand and
On or about
Wednesday ..January 3, 172. Saturday January 13, 1S72
Wednesday. .January 31. HT.' snurday... February 10. 172
Wednesday. . February 2 ls72 ?itu:day Marci. 9. li72
Wednesday.... March 27, 1872. -aturday April (5, ls72
Passengers booked through st reduced rates to points in the
United States and to Liverpool, and also to ports in New
Zealand and to Melbourne.
For Freight and Passage, and all further information,
jad Apply 'a II- HACKFELU Co.. Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER. 4i CO.. AGENTS.
,r" ft Favorable arrangements tan a'ways be made for
Storage and M.ipment cf Oil. Bone, Wo- l. Hides
and otficr Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. Tr Cash Advances made.
fe24 ly C. BKEWER & CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER Si. CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE an1
liberal cash advances made on shipmeuts by this
(fc24 ly) C. BREWER CO.
Will run as a Regular Packet
or Passage apply to
to the above port. For F'reight
WALKER A; ALLEN. Azents.
liEftl'LAR PACKET FOIi LIU AIM.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERHILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Ynil Run Regularly between This Port and Lahaina,
Honolulu Saturdays and Lahaina eTery Wednesdays.
Ja6 3m H. HACK F ELD & Co., Agents.
Regular Packet for Hanalei, Kauai.
THE CLIPPER SCHOONER
FA lit Y QUKEIV,
IVill Sail as a Regular Paqkei as above.
For Freight or passage apply to .
Jo Sua WALKER 4 ALLEN'.
ENGLISH, FRENCH, AMERICAN
GERMAN GOODS !
KTl'RXS T II . KS FOR HAST FA VORS
1. A l
dvcrtii.s for ii) o.vu H-nrtit and e;jratrrs not to be
i uuersoiai i. Jie tilers tue iluuii:j uuu t m cm
Conslstlni; cf :
DRV GOODS, GROCKRIES. tTTLERY
II A K I V A U F.. F A RT II EX V A R E,
GLASSWARE. S. DDLERV,
FA IX TS. OILS. COLORS,
WITH a GREAT VARIETY of NOTIONS
NOT INCLUDED IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
EX I MS. TICK I XGS. BROWN' COTIOXS
Shiriintcs, MieetiniS. variety ol Damasks, Carpets,
Axinine.-ter Riiji-. Ttttls, M. i-skins, Kupii.h Coliurgs,
Fr-'nch Merinoe, assorted tolors; Alpacas, baratheas,
ir-tn, ttcarl.t and n.airenti Uaize,
W hite Mar.'ella Ueitquiil. ai.d other varieties,
Cott.-n Turkish ?heets and Towela,
l.ite and prey L nen lluck Towels. Horse Biankets,
White, blu-, ftre-. , s:arlet and jrreen lilanketi. of various
qualitit-9; Horr'K:k9es Lonj Cloth,
Fancy colored and wl itt- (intund Prints, including patterns
very d 'siral e ttir native trade.
Linen Drills wheeling and Shirting. Diapers, ire,
Ulue Flannel, Scarlet Flannel, White Hatititl,
Silk Oreoadine. Veil llarejre.
Black, white and hrown l.ni-'n Thread,
Brooks' aid other Sptol t'ott'.ns. Crochet Colton,
Blue Driilinir, V hite t.'ordun y. Amokeff Denircs,
Tae he:ks. Canihrics, Silesias, Ladies' Ccisets.
Buttons and Trimmi'.ps, Black Mlk Ela?tic,
All colors Berlin Wo, I, Black Ciape.
GENT'S HATS MADE BY CHRISTY fi SON.
Ladies' Hats and Bonm ts. Children's Hats,
Men's and Boy's Suierior Straw Hats,
Ladies', Children's and Uei.t's Oloves. various;
Whi e Pique, Silk Umbrellas. Cotton Umbrellas,
Ueni'a l.iu.n nntl Paper Coll.irs, A verv one liue of all
kinds of thins, plain, colored wool and merinoj
Neck Ties, Men's Halt liose. wotil and cotton;
Ladies' superior While ai.d Brown St.-ickii.gs,
A Complete Arctic Outfit!
AH that a Whaler or a Fisherman wonld require.
Merino Undershirts and llrtwers.
Linen and Lawn Handkerchiefs, Carpi t Bags,
Men' and Boy's Caps, all description;
Pilot Coats, not to be surpassed; It lack Cloth Sacs,
Kersemere Suits, Tweed Suits, Blue Flannel and Doeskin
Pants, for men, youth and boys. Kegaua Shirts,
Jean Shirts, Turnover Shirts. Jack Shirts, Linen Hats, "
Floor Cloth, I'arri aire Cloth, Gi Cloth,
Table Oil Cloth, ch .ice patterns; Bertha Skirts,
Victoria Lawns. Black tirenadine. Damask Stripes,
Tape Checks, Cambrics. Hair Uord Checks,
40 in. Olnxed Jaconet, Wat- r proof Tweed, various colors.
Silk Velvets, Tai litans 'r"chet ridging,
Fverlasting Kdpinp. I.aili-s' Slarone Collars. Jaconet Sets,
NilUon Sets, Linen Sets, Lace Ties, Jaooi;et Scollop,
Insertions, Book Scollops, Infant's F'rock Bodies,
Cambric Skirts, very heavy Embroidered Skirts,
A Good Selection of Goods for
Leap Year !
nandkerchief?, silk: Linen and Cotton Printed Handkerchiefs,
Tab:e Covers and Piano Covers of all kinds; Alma Caps,
Prince of Wales Caps. Silk Puggarees, Negro Caps,
Alparca Umbrellas, Silk Parasols and Sunshades,
Alpacca and Cotton do., Lineti Tirkinir.
Child's Fancy Wool Boots, Wot,) Bonnets. Wool Bodices,
Wool Clouds, Ladies' Fancy Wool Ties, Wool Scarfs,
Aberdeen Hose and Half llose. Military Haf Hose,
Baijcinir and Burlaps black Silk Cord and Tassels
Mohair Goods, Chenille (ioods. Black Silks, Fancy Silks,
Triiiimiii'-i of all kinds, Buttons all kinds.
Shawls ull kinds. Capes a great variety. Lace Shawls,
Silk Handkerchiefs, fast colors Pink Uiniihams,
Turkey Bed and Yeilow, Turkey Cambric,
Striped and Padded Linen Drills. Honey Comb Towels,
Cotton and Linen Towels, Cab e Cords, Terry Cloth.
Pie Fruits, Pickles, Carbonate Soda, Split Peas,
Canary f.ee.1. Hemp Seed. White Beans. Oatmeal, ?
Epsom Salts, Yorkshire Hams, Westi halia Hams,
l'.leache.l (linger, Ground Pimento, Oround Cloves,
Mixed Spice, Ground Black Pepper, White do.
Uiound Ginger, Cayenne Pepper.
Peppermint Rose and Lemon Lozenges,
Lemon Peel, Orange peel,
C nverpatioti Lozengep, iugar Sticks, Bath Pipes.
Cream Tartar. Mustard, Saleratus in j irs and bottles.
Table Vinegar, Chile Vinegar, Lea A: Perrin's Sauce,
Harvev's Sauce, Heading Sau..-e, John Bull Sauce,
Beef Steak Sauce, Monul Sauce, King of Uude Sauce,
Anchovy Sauce, Chutney Sauce, Universal Sauce.
.lie TiiiiilaS Enough Sauce !
Bottles S-tlt, Bags Liverpool Salt, by the ton or bag.
Ca-u r Oil, quarts, pints and half piuts,
Hose Hair Oil,
Larue ami small Haspherry and i ther Jams,
Sago and other Pried Herbs. Pickled Onions.
Capers, Nutmegs. Essence Lemon and Vanilla,
F'rench Peas, Seidlitz I'owders,
Potted Beef. Ham. Tongue. Salmon,
1 lb tins Cod Hoes, line Bail Blue,
Ginger Nuts. Inn th- bakery of II intlev .t Palmer.
Also. Osborne Biscuits, I am Biscuits, Nonsuch Biscuits.
West India Pine Apple in Syrup,
Apricots, Stewed Pear?,
A great variety of Sombody's Luggage, done up in silver
and gold motto kisses,
With other such like Sweet Things
Salad Oil, Salmon Cutlets, J
Kippered Herring'. Finnan Huddocks, ,
Oxl.ird Sausages. TruSlcd I'ates, '.
1 lb tins Danish Bu'tt r. 2 lbs do. tins Mince Meat,
Tins Eng'ish Plum Pudding,
Bloater I'asre, Anchovy I'uf.e. Herrings a la Sardines,
Mackerel alnion. Fresh Herrings,
Bloaters, sometimes called sailors other limes soldiers,
with Something more that is toothsome.
LITEST (0L13IBIA RIVER SUM0.!
In Barrels and half barrels.
Wiltshire Cheese, Chocolate, Sardines in tins,
COAFIaCTlOIYflaElY, Ac, &c.
Beyond a doubt
THE FINEST BASS' ALE!
in quarts ami pints, that can be f iun.1 in the market.
Barclay & Perkius I'orter, warranted a first rate article,
and very suit ible f r nursing mothers.
JofTrey'9 Al-, quarts and pints;
Ind & Coope's Ale, quarts and pints;
Best Bremen Ale, quarts and pints;
Champagne, quarts and pii.ts. Claret in one dozen cise.
The Wines and Beers Sold by the Original Tarkage.
These are sold by the Cask or Case only
ptckaifes. that have not br-en tampered with.
English Soap. Yellow and .M.irir.e, Brown Windsor
Castile Soap, Pe Kuhaix Candles.
In regsrd to this article there is a s-cret. and can warrsr-t
mine will s.and when some other will crack. The late Mr.
Torbert declared he would rather have one cask of my own
Importation than two ca-ki of the average Importation.
Cases Downer's Best Kerosene Oil,
Cases Best American Carl Matches,
Huhhuek's B'.iled oil in drums and casks, patent, '
White Z;:iC, Fine V. hite I?.i l. tireen Paint.
Bla"k Paint. Ked Leal, bellow Uclire, Venetian Red,
Lamp Black, lry Kel, Lead I'rers,
Spirits Turpentine. P!aier Paris,
Sadd.es of all kinds. I.al es and Gnts. not to be beat.
Bridles, Genuine Manilla Rope. New Zealand Rope,
'Ihe only Lot of Wire Rope in the Market,
Camphor. Guns, Pistols, Powder, Percussion Caps,
Shot of all sties. School Slates. Pencils,
Breech Loaders. Cartridges, Mm cal B. xes.
Concertinas, Accordeons. Wax Fruit and Flowers,
Glass Shades, Keal China Tea and Breakfast Sets,
T'inner Sets. Lawn Croquet Sets. Bagate.le Boards,
i iddie. Flutes. Violin strines.
Toys of a S i;-rior kind. Cr tng Bbies,
Key ess Watihes. Bench Axes, Hatchets.Trowe'.s,
liaivant.-d Wheel Birrows. Iron Pip.rg Fire Brick,
Gim'ets. Turners' Files. Ioor Locks. Crest Locks,
Pad Locks. Spokeshaves, Razor Strops, Pit Saws,
Cr..s Cut saws. Hand Saws, Trying Planes,
Jack Planes. Smoothing Planes,
Very Superior Butcher Knives. Steel ?ci?irs, j
Don Cha'iis. Putty Knives, Shoe Kn;ves. Pincers,
Shoe Rasps, Corkscrews. Vices. Farrier's Knives, '
Oo"a, Ho-. Spiles, Shovels Galvanized Buckets,
Galvan-z-d Tubs. Ga.v inized Tar ks, j
GalviMZrd Corn Ches s Butt Screws. I
Malice Traps. Bar Tra; s. Cat Traps. Fx Traps,
Woit Traps, Man Traps. Woman Traps, ,
Donble & Single Harness, Express Harness, '
Twir.e, Fish Lines. Fi-h Ho k. Mei-an Spurs.
Silver Plated srurs. Turr.-1 Spur. Yankee Ax?s.
Corruza el Iron, Ked and Wh'te Tiles, '
Iron P-: frem i gail-.n li 0 g!lor., '
200 ca l .n Iron Try p. Is. Tea Kettbs.
Iron Saucepan, Oval Boilers. Seaie ar.1 n.Var.ce.,
Lasts, shoe B l . Lenther. Anvils. B rd Cag-S.
Gaivan:z-1 Arc.es. R;d.l!e. Sp'kes. Brushware. t
F'lower and Tree Trainers, Jack Trucks, Iron Gates.
Iron Lamp Pots with Copper Lxinps. same ns in the streets, !
Sheet Iron, Flower Pots, tancy and plain. j
Wire Fencing, Plata Iron Fencing, less than the price of j
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE. I
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Leasehold at Arcnox. Birtow sel's to-J.iy at
i'2 o'clock, the lensehoM of l.in J in Kon' iupi ko, be
longing to the estate cf the late Samuel Jacobs.
Got a Whale The llenrutti't party struck !
whale last i?aturdav in Mml-ie Bar ni sucee-ie-I
s iiti it. It is estimate-l to turn out about fifty
barrels, worth say sl,"M a ery good strike.
BKiTirii Vice Coxscl. By official notice in the
Gazrtte we le:irn that Mr. Theo. II lavis. the well
known and esteemed merchant, has beeu ap
pointed British Vice Consul at Honolulu.
MtriiAMc" Exoisk Oil. No. 2. Ve art re
quested to S;iy th:t th'Tt' will be a tiieetilijj of the
uieuibera of the above Company at their room,
this evening at o'clock.
Thes. s .Yevmla saile 1 for AuclanJ Thurs lay morn
ing at 7 o'clock, taking the miis for tl.e Colonics. She
took on bcarj an unusual quantity of coals, t.d is
expected to make the passage to Auckland in twelve
The Xakkauaxsktt. We larn that this Tniu-d
Statt-s steamship will irob.il!y return to llouolulu
fur ctiaN. fivui the Navigator I!aritl.s. iieviou?i tu
proceeiling to the roat. instead of piung direct to
Valparaiso. If sso, she may be looked lor shortly.
Sheriff of Maci. It is reported by way of Li
i haina that the vacancy in the Police of Maui caused
I by the death of the late Sheri8 has been tilled ; but
i nothing to that ellect has yet been received from an
! official source. We understand there are several
j candidates for the position, the appointment to which
i is the province of the Governor of the Island.
j The Reaction. Last week the two ocean steamers
were in port, and the presence of their passengers on
i our streets and the passing to and fro of merchandise
j made things look brisk and in fact there really was
; some business going on. Now however that they are
j gone, everything has fl attened down again, and dull-
j Ocr Next Mail. We learn that a clipper ship,
; the name of which has not transpired, was to leave
I San Francisco about the 7th inst , under a guano
! charter, to touch at this port, and may therefore be
' looked fur shortly. The Qwen Km in a hence, has
j been nbsent thirty days, and we look for her to ar
I rive about April 6th.
V Accihent. On Tuesday afternoon, Patrick Mc
j Dermott, tinsmith, who has but recently recovered
j from a severe fit of sickness, while entering a gate
j at Palima on horseback, caught his foot between the
slats, and the leg was broken just above the ancle.
He was taken to the Queen's Hospital, where the leg
was set, and we hear he is doing well.
The Fountain. This is the name of Kycroft's
new Billiard Saloon and Restaurant on Fort street,
where, in lieu of plodding home to lunch in the
middle of the day, one can get a cup of nice tea or
coflee, a plate of soup, a beef steak, or a cut of
ham, by way of lunch, with ice creams and iced
temperance drinks ad libitum. A neatly fitted place
is Kycroft's, and will become a favorite place of resort.
j Hawaiian Theatre Madame Duret Le Roy and
. Mr. Le Roy opened at the Theatre Thursday night in a
i 'varietj' of their pleasing characters and delineations.
! The audience, owing to the threatening appearance
j of the weather, was small ; but nil present seemed to
j enjoy the entertainment. Theartistes certainly merit
I the support of our theatre going people, and we an
! ticipate a full house to-night.
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rvALjitmiiia ni itoii. i ne uiciuuers or tills
native congregation are noted for the liberality with
which thev contribute of their means for worthy
objects. They recently gave 100 as a contribution
for the relief of Chicago sutl'erers, and now we learn
that they have promptly raised between three and
four hundred dollars for putting a vestry room at the
rear of the church building.
Removal of the U. S. IIosriTAL. Wc understand
that Dr. McGrew has leased the premises lately
occupied by the American Club, and is busied ia
fitting them up as a marine hospital. The well-known
experience and good taste of the doctor, is
sufficient guarantee that the buildings and grounds
will be made as comfortable, and attractive in fact,
while the location presents many advantages over
the present site.
More Blbglaiiies. We learn that on Tuesday
fright last, the dwelling house of Mr. G. W. Macy
was entered, and sllo in cash stolen. Ihe thief
was also heard on the premises of Mrs. Colburu, near
by, but hearing some one awake, left. Yesterday,
the dwelling house of Mr. R. Rycroft was entered
between the hours of 10 and 3 o'clock in the daytime,
and thieves succeeded in carrying oil" a watch and a
small sum of money.
A New Flag Pole. Engine Co.. No. 2. have
received from Oregon, by the .fane A. J'aWinherg,
a"very line spar, (ordered some months since) lor a
Hag-stall' in front of their rooms on Garden street.
The spar Is 13t feet in length, and when set up it
will be mounted with the tirediat. which Two's'
consider ii3 their peculiar budge, and it will consid
erably over-top the stair on the bell-tower. It will
require some little? engineering to tret it through
the streets and onto the ground where it is to
stand, without lifting over cornets, and its election
will be an event for the Company.
A Lap.qe Boiler-
-The Comet brought on dpek a
I irge boiler for tha Mobron Plantation at East Maui,
,which must have cost we won't guess how many,
,fbjt several thousand dollars It is an immense
;. affiir, as big as that of the steamer K'llauea. In this
: connection we may remark that a new improvement
has lately been introduced at the E ist, but which so
J fir as we have heard hus not yet been adopted here,
; that consists in placing a gutta percha band on the
j balance wheel of an engine, to utilize the otherwise
j waste power. Another advantage is claimed, that it
! steadies the running of the engine.
r.iRTfiPAY of the Kmperor. Yesterday, in honor
of the occasion, the flags on the battery of Punch
bowl, the Government buildings, foreign Consul
ate?, and the? shipping in the harbor, were dis
played, anil our German fellow citizens observed
the day as a holiday. In the afternoon, there was
a very p!i?:ant assemblage of families at the
German Club Ii-Tmis on Emma street, which wen
decorated in exc'.fnt taste with fl 173. the Hawai
ian and German being entwined over the entrance,
and the old folks as well as the numerous little
ones appeared to enjoy themselves highly.
. Feast of the " Independents." On Wednesday,
1 Mr. II. M. Whitney ive a feast in native etyfe to the
; advance paying suhscrilcrs of the KuoUoti, native
i newspaper, in a large lot on Maunakea street. A
: whole ox was roasted, and fathom hogs, and several
hundred fishes were dished up an nature!, with five
i barrels of poi as concomitant. Some 300 persons sit
i down on the rush-strewed ground beneath the ample
j awning and the shade of the trees, and while the
"Meteor-flag" of Hawaii streamed above them, en
j joyed with gusto the good things cf " Wini."
Child Drowned. By the A fury Ellen from
Kauai Wednesday, we learn that while that vessel lay
at Koloa last Saturday, the Captain and family went
on shore, leaving a little chil 1 about three j-ears old,
a daughter cf the Captain, playing about the deck,
and one sailor, employed teIow, these being the only
persons on board. On the return of the party to the
vessel, the child could not be found, and the only con
clusion is that the unfortunate little one feil'over
board and was drowned. The carelessness of natives
in regird to children is proverbial.
A STf!of-MixriEi One. Hawaiian wives appear
to know their rights, "and knowing, dare main
tain." as witness this advertisement which we
translate from the llno'.oa Know all persons,
that t!:e itcdets'gned gives public notice, that the
statements made by my husband ar not true. His
mm-' is EeAimi-nn. and he lives at Haik'i.on Maui.
11 siys I left 1 am without cause, and stole away
from his house. It is nit trite. I declare the
truth to be that he oil not properly provide nie
with food and clothing, and I was constantly
abused by Lis relations. Who would stay at the
husband's hou in that case? But this I say. I
shall run ii debt at stores and elsewhere when I
choose, and that husband of mine will have to pav.
Tell the truth! Mart Kamtki.""
Tho n-jruUr monthlj lurt-iiii of ihf II. V.
C Swcii-tv wid l' ticM t'ii! etrnn.s at u'liui'k.
at the rfsiJrnce of Mr. J. T. U'trl:cu.
. ?cHCHxrR 11 la ma Thin fine crw cotrr tit to
! in Tue!sj oftfrtiwu fvr the fi rt titue, t.rrtty
Wfii f rv'W 1-1 wi:b fiajiM'npfm ( r Ivona aii'l Ku.
rf:iij; l: r f:tt apj -rn. un l r c!t'!v
tl'?'iTetI, an i t!f TrnJict i f ! I t-U amoiiC ti p o-tau-rn
as that !i !k cl !1 t!.e qu tMu (
rtthr!jr teMl ti 1 a ftt failor. Sin" !. t.fni
mir.utc t:it:)S frrn t!i wharf to the l'5-lni", ntij
when htulf-i i n t!ie w in J up the ri.'f, lay i-lirv atil
hoi J lift twn remarkably well. When 1M k-cii jut
t-t-r re i.-tht-fni. Le hni put the tra ies etri-ni; ih-wti
chiu. tl, rttiJ hi.i rei-JeJ U rvsall ati'l uinin.Hail, pi -ug
straicht vn her ciure. Wc exjvt to hear a p.oI
rti rt f the I'Jjru.
Phmtio Tp.of ni l -,-We learn tli.t the tn w
cwnoru of the Ki h l'i ii.tstii tt have hvl sh-iuo
trouble wifi thtir laUriTS AUut eixty if the hairN
were unJer cohtnets tu Iit uti ler t!ie firmer wn.
ership. aii'l when the 1 1 iiitat it ti chitnpe-I h in. I
rei'eutly, they raiel the piii.t th.it their Ci'iiir.ict
were i.ot tranifera' le with the ittte The i.ew
rw-ncrs hilling to a J.Serint ipini.-n, the im-u te
ful t) woik ; atid i:i cidi-iuenoe were taken before
the l s:tiet Justice, Mr. L l kalani, where eilMiDj
in their refusal, they were i iJ.ere-1 U I iipprii;e 1
at harxl labor, un.lt r the Ms-stera anvl Servants l.iw,
for desertinp lxund f-erice. Wt hear that the men
have enuh ve.1 coutiel, an! will tet the matter
before a hi
The Mostaxa sailed on Stunlay last at CI M ,
full cf pavsengrrs and fifight, after a stay in this
port of six d.iys. The party of Sin Francisco exotu
sionists mho Mine and rcturnetl in her, hate ex
pressed themselves highly pleased with the ii. 1 le ship
and her ofSccrs, an 1 more than please! with their
trip generally. About the entire puty put up at the
Hawsiiau Hotel, and eie so well s.t:.-!i.d th af ir.inc
host Herbert knows how to keep Hotel," that
they published a flittering testimonial to thnt eflect
in S tturday's Apvi rtiskr. Their pleasant expa-ei-ences
here, when ma.le kuown across the water, will
undoubtedly he the effect to bring other excursion
parties hereafter, and we learn that it is probable
that the .Montana may be again put on the route, if
Shocking Tragfdy on Mavi. By letter from
' Lahaina duel on the -t!i, wc learn of a dreadful
' murJcrovs utlair at Waiehu, East Maui, that h.ip
j pened in the iarly hours before daylight of Sunday
i morning last. The investigation was going on at last
accounts, but so far the story is as follows. An tl
j derly couple named Kaualu and his wife Koukou, to
I gether with their grand-daughter were sleeping in
' their house, wheu the assassin entered at the door
I which was unfastened and killed the two elderly per
: sons with blows of a cane knife, and also left the girl
; for dead. He then set fire to the house and left.
I The girl, although desperately wounded, succeeded in
j getting to a neighbor's house and giving the alarm,
: but too late to extinguish the fire The bodies of the
I old people were found, but burned so as to be scarcely
i recognizable. The girl stated that she had recog
I uized the person who scratched the matches and set
fire to the house, ns one Kuheleaumoku, and on his
Kninr i reict a. 1 Iia nainmil aiii.triur fnti si rr iiion nnnutil
j being arrested he accused another young man named
: Kahoaa as being implicated with him in the crime.
I The cane knife, with the handle burnt ct, was found
j in the ruins of the house, and it is s iid was sworn to
I by h inds on the plantation as the one constantly
j used by Kuheleaumoku about his work, being recog
i nized by peculiar marks. The steamer of this morn
ing will probably bring full particulars of the inves
tigation. l!y the Ki'iiurn. tl'N morning, we hear of the
arrival of Maishal I'at ko, having in charge the two
prisoners above mentioned. ft 1 1 1 3- committed lor the
Saturday, March 1C. A fircmsn belonging to the
.ecadii was found helpleasly drunk in the street,
and taken to the Station-Louse by the police. He
told the Court that he was very much exhausted
when he came on shore, and so took a glass too muc4
which overpowered him. lie was discharged, oi
payment of $1 cost. David, a Portuguese, was'
charged with making a loud noise in the street,
being drunk, and was find! $3 and costs. Win.
McCuddy, also a fireman vn board the .Vermn, got
pretty drunk last night and roamed over the bridge
foot of Beretania street, where, as testified by a native
woman (one of the registered sort) he assaulted her,
and shoved her down, and when she screamed, ran
away and hid himself in the grass, pretending to be
aMeep. McCuddy declared that he knew nothing
abiut it, but the Court fined him $5 and costs.
Monday, March 18 A native named Kawaihno
plead guilty to having been drunk on awa. The
question wag raised as to whether awa was " intoxi-
eating liquor" under the statute, but rs it was
;: proved that the man was helplessly drunk in the
;-eircei, mm 11 ueiiiic "is ecoiiu oueiiife witnin a mion
!-street, and it being his second ollense within a short
i 'period, he was sent over for one month, with hard
John Jellerson and Alex Lawson. ttvo elim
inates, got drunk and quarreled on Sunday $4 each.
Hiwa, a native, drunk on Sunday, $4. Jno. Levere,
disturbing the quiet of the night $5. Leonard
Mitchell, charged with using threatening language.
gave a bail of $25 at the Station House, and did not
( appear this morning when his name was called. As
the offense is not a bailable one, a bench warrant wax
issued, which will bring him Joseph Kaumaha and
j Makaloa, plead guilty of adultery ; Joseph said in
I extenuation that it was his first offense, but ns it ap
peared that he had been married to a very nice young
woman only a month ago, the plea of extenuation
did not have any weight, nor did his other plea, to
the effect that the strange woman " who by the
way, was an old flame had used sorcery on hitn,
and he was fined S"0, his companion in sin getting
i oil with a fane of s15.
! Wednesday, March 20. Tho case of Leonard
Mitchell (colored) for whom a bench warrant had
been issued came up, on a charge of using threaten
ing language to one A ntone Joseph. The evidence
I was to the eflect tht Mitchell went to Joseph's house
' on the lth inst., and calling him out. and making
i use of very profane language, declared that lie
: would "shoot him, break bis neck, and tear his bouse
' down over his head." No evidence of a previous
quarrel was shown, and Joseph swore that he wns in
I fear for his life at Mitchell's hands. The latter had
! no witnessess, and the case was adjourned till Thur
; slay, to give an opportunity to bring some.
In Judge Knmakau's Court, on Tuesday, in the
i case of A. Clavie, fined $0 in the Police Court for
selling goods without a license, the fine was reduced
' Thursday, March 21 Leonard Mitchell's case
came up for disposal from yesterday. The Court de
cided to suspend sentence, and allowed the prisoner,
(who it appeared had been drinking when the nfliir
occurred) to go at large, on his solemn promise not
; to offend again, with the understanding that he is
j liable to arrest on the same charge whenever he fail?
' to go straight.
iiiilay. .March 22d. There was on rase of
: drunk. B. Howman. who forfeited Lis bail of ?C.
: A little Chines boy, some nine or t-n ye. its mM.
j (whose parents are pig raisers in Paitoa valley)
i plead guilty to stealing .Mr. Kycroft's notch, relor
j etice to which is mide in another place, and was
otdered to the Reformatory School dot ing minority.
It appears lint he t iok the watch to Mr. Tannutt'a
shop on Thursday to hav some slight repairs
j made, where it was rcngniz"d and detained.
I and the boy arrested.
The Very Latest.
j We take pleasure in informing our leaders
that wo have jerlected an arrangement with the
: nent of the Associated l'rcfs in San Francisco,
' wi.ercby we are to receive hurt-after by every
veK-el leaving that jjrt for these. Islands, tin; tel
egraphic dier.atches rent over the wires lr .mi
! eery part ot the world by the Western L'ni n
; Telci aj !i CuMj.siny, up to the latest moment,
; and which are unpublished in the .San FrancisM
papers ol the day on which the vessel leaves.
We cannvt d jubt but that our Island cominn
i nity will fully appreciate the advantages that
i inubt result lrom thin arrangement, which has
' been aceutnpli&i'ed through endeavors on our part
to be up with the times in the trantmiseioii and
! receipt of intelligence ; endeavors w hich, it may
! be obf-erved, have served oar neighbor of the
. Organ, otherwise rightly named the 'J'tnapia
' Express as' ii point on which to hang a terribly
j 6 trained attempt at witticism, the laugh ol whicu
! however now comes in on our fcido.
The telegrams which we give bel.jw were rc
( ceived by t he Montana, but lor obvious leason?,
i their publication here is delayed until alter the
; departure of the steamer for the Colonics. They
wiil be loutiJ iuteic-etirig :
Despatched to the Pacific Com'l Advertiser.
; ' London, Feb. ii1.. It is reported that the Queen is
i going to Germany, to visit her daughter the Princess
Royal of Prussia.
The Lord Mayor to-day presented an address to
1 the Prince of Wales.
Some rioting at Killarney yesterday, on the ar
rival of the member of Parliament for Kerry. The
mob commenced to j-elt the police with stones, when
, the riot act was read and the police prepared to chargo
i with fixed bayonets. The crowd finally dispersed and
order was restored. No one seriously injured.
j New York, Feb. 29. A special from Matamoras
i says, it is reported that the Revolutionists under Gen.
; Trevino have captured the city of San Louis Potosi.
An A'bttiy dispatch till the Judiciary 'outnittee
of the New lu.rk I.'gi-Utute will rtvouiiuetid h -peach
u.et-t of Judges UaiJoiu and I'.rtitJ.
One of the matters which are ai I to le prrwiitfl
t J the Ju l.fi iry l iniiiit'ce acilit Jude Cjrdoxa,
ts chargirig htm with Withh'il l ug a tltr:im.n in a i:i
t le raw hkv l""?1', then ai-M iling tint the lit tea of
i lie c . i.a
! 1 n .t, aii l ci'tii'iiii nt!r l.e rvul 1 l ut
devt le it Ti e suit w ,.rn btr.u
t l y the a.ler tf
a dive-lent b-r proja ity !e(r. Iff.
At the i:!ajeof !M'lidir, prr Eloirt, Pot
tn .rt r Cuilts'k has bet ti arittI on tint rimrgv o(
itTitrni!y tt it up the mails in lit rf!it-e. In one
install. e a ba,; containing i,0 was titled (T ita
In the e of the killing of Mrs. Ilrutn by the
Mil I n Kner ttj pinv's tlumniy rngine rvvutly,
the et.rv tierV jury b unJ a irrdiel to tie i l!e t that
the t'vii'pauy i directly M-spitiit.le for her d'atl.
lathe mutter of the New Vol k t'ustoru lloiiw
frau Is tn:ilii O, tlie iinpr;iiti is prevalent thai
wh.le l.ert t'o. may lo-e tlie jjeneral ordrr tuainrss,
they Wiil otditiiiur lu keep their K iolel warebuaar.
It is uu icistot l ihe l'itricl Attortity ranin-t i.rtiM--eure
t;-t rv hants who tiilal (u-t. tn 1 !. it.e t tli i on
testimony taken t-efide the iti mt ig t iiig (.'omn.ilte,
the tatute cxeiuptitig such wiliiiwn In in liability.
If itiJejii lent proof appears in the prHMVutiiu
ag-iuiel tdhcuU, it will le made the basis if suits
ag hi. st tut rohaiits.
An ititemewer with Sev'ietary S-war l yesterday
at Auburn, tlieitcd his vpiuioti on the Iteaty of
Washit'g!. n. lie Ct iisideis that a gieat omtasion in
the Tteity e..iii!s in ihr ftet that it tbx-s not iiisifl
on au apt lik'y by l!ngl in 1 for the yuern's proclaLia
tioti; bit tt .t war mill Idiglatid is imp fcsible, and
ttitt the time f . r the settiiitieut tf the Alabama
claim ha tod yet arrived. 1 he ilematid for contw
HUtnli.tl tl images in bis opinion is beneath the di
iii'y of o ir goteinmrnt.
An (Utawi dispatch iys that the Hon. Jainea
ll e cttidemns the policy of ljgl.ind iu withdraw
ing tioops Irotn t'ana.la, and predicts a I uptuie be
tMeen the Home government and the iK niinioU if m
better utulerst Hiding ia not arrived at. He urjfi
in b peu K nee as tlie only coutsc left t jeu to Cana
dians, and Bhk the ja-oplc to Tej are for a separa
tion Ib niington and Sous deny the injurious Ustetneijts
reproduced in this count 1-3 lelatWe to the l ieiuli
Ciin'AGO, Feb. ".. A WaKhington spvial says, it
may now be xntit elv state. that our Cioet lunent
will refuse to modify the case of the Alabama claims,
iior will accept of any conpiomii-e other lhau the
sward of the Geneva couleirnce, alter an impartial
presentation of tlie same Secretary Fish's reply t
(iraiiM'.le'a note Mill be lea.ly to be forwarded to
Ilngland by Saturday.
The Mouse Committee on Foreign Hairs has agree I
rot to bri'.ig up the bid to carry into t-(Wt th
clauses of the N ashingtou 1 to ity relating to linherirs,
t ntil pen ling questions in regard to the scope of th
'1'iealy arc letter defined. Now that most if th
appn-pi iationa are out of the way, the House Com
mittee on appropriations intend to take up the postal
U'lerapli system, and decide if they will report iu
fivor of the same to the House). It is believed that
the sentiment of both Houses is adverse to it.
A New York special says the Cuurirr da Kijlf
, republishes! from La France of the 7th iust..
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an afid ivit of Charles HubUll, formerly shipping
I clerk of Remington & Son, which shows conclusively
that tlie sale ol arms was male knowingly to tlm
French Government. He testifies to various manipu
lations of Remingtou's books. Accounts wire kept
first in ordinary cheap books, but after the receipt of
telegrams front Remington in France, the book-keeper
was ordered to re-copy the looks in order to ojirii
accounts for persons w ho were to figure as principals,
while in the actual operations they appeared as
agents. The uaines of these agents were net in the
first set of books, but appear ia the second set as
selling arms to Remington at advanced prices. Ou
the vouchers the names of ngcits were t-igm-d by
other employees, and testified to by Samuel lUiiiing
tcn. A sale of l'.H) sets harness was tw idled ami
added to in tho books in the same manner, and cost
By the favor of Captain A. Fuller, of th baik
Cmtt, we havei received n copy of lht AUi of Mm
L morning of the 1st insl.. containing tl following
additional and important telegraphic news of tlm
Attkmit to Assassinate Qckf.x Yu tokia (Ihkat
iAcnF.Mhxr i.n London Stati viat huhk in 1'aii
MAvr.NT Six I'i bson Kilikh at tiik Pbincic ok
Wa1.K..s' Cl.LKBIIATION 1'Hr M II Nl WH.
Lovnov, Feb. 29 Kvenitig. A miscreant this
afternoon fired a pistol at Cm-en ictoi ia whilo
diiving out on Constitution Ilill, but happily with-
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ilio would-bt; ass.thsiii was promptly
New York H"f7'' London special say
was a young Fenian n anted O'C'onuer wlm
assaulted the Queen, und Mrm k her in tho breast
w iih a pistol, tit the same tune presenting a peti
tion for Hmnesty for the Fenians, exclaiming,
" Sign or die."
Print e Arthur, who was in the earring, knocked
the man down.
When O 'Conner wa questioned, ho fsld lifs rr
hign was to frighten the (. ueen into doing justice
London, Feb. 29 Midnight.-- The excitement
to-night over th report of Ihe attempt on the lite
of the (Jueeu, ia Intense. Fxtrus of the evening
papers appeared in rapid sucrcm-iou, ns conliima
tory details became; known. Crowd are still rol-
j lected on the streets discussing tin; news und
I awaiting further particulars.
i An ofliclal statement of the facts was promptly
I made in Parliament thin evening, which, when U
J became known outside, greatly relieved public
I anxiety. While Ihe House of Lords wss In Com
mittee discussing th I.rcleslaHiral bill. Lord
Granville entered and said, that he hoped their
lordships would excuse ihe sudden intei rupl ion of
Ihe proceedings, but h had an announcement to
make, which ft was desirable sh-nild be mad
w ithout delay. He then proM eib-d to state that al
half past five this evening, the Queen In returning
from a drive had leached Liickiiighiim J'aliic. As
her carriage stopped at the gate a young man run
to her side and presented a pi-tol. within a foot of
th Queen's head. The Queen bent her heuj
down to avoid tb shot, but the pistol did not ex
plode. The fellow in one hand h ld a paper ask
ing the release of the Feiiim prisoners, which he
shouted to the Queen to sign, threatening ln-r fit
ihe same time wild the pistol. H" was instantly
seized by the attendants and prevented from doing
further harm. It was then found that his pistol
was iltiloadt-d. and that it was ol such llmitive
corisfritriioii that it It had been loaded it probably
cnuid not have been discharged. Hr Majenty
was very calm, und showed the courage whicli she
hn often before exhibited. She Lad diret t. d that
a statement of the cirenmsf ancs be immediately
made in both Houses of Parliament, its order to
prevent exaggerated repoits.
Ixttd Granville said be would not dwell on th
details, or point otit the contrast between the cow
ardly act and 'I'liecday's extraordinary exhibition
'if II, e nation's loyalty.
The Duke of Dot kinghaui briefly expressed tint
thankfulness of Ihe House ut tlm escape of Her
Majesty from danger.
Gladstone mad a statement in the House rf
Commons similar to that of Lord Gianville.
The would-be :isassjf) was taken to the nearest
Police Station. H,. gives his name as O'Conner.
H is about nineteen or twenty years of uge. His
behavior ut th Station JJouy was wild, srtd his
language Incoherent. He boasted that be tried t.
reach the Queen on Tuesday, during the proces
sion. Loxnov. Feb. 23. The presiir of people in the
crowds witnt-irig the Uoyal procession and thw
fall of two stands occupied by spectators was rl-tet:li-d
with mufh more calamitous results than
rirsi supposed. It is now learned t!-at six persous
wete killed and thirty wounded.
T! TimiK discusses the Al'ilima case and says
that England will pay nothing save what is re
quired in obedience to the decision of the Geneva
Tribunal. She never di earned of ofleiing any
agreement of terms to settle difficulties outside of
the treaty. If the treaty is a failure, it is the fault
of th. American Government.
Pabis, Feb. Ti. Tlie Committe on Capittiiat ion
appointed by the Assembly fur examining into the
fets connected with the nirrer.dir f Metz by Ua
.line, received u delegation fiom the .Municipal
Council of Metz iti Paris, to testify against the
Mirsh.il. The Committee will hear the testimony
of the delegation uu March 5th.
The Assembly has resolved to- adjourn on the
20th of March. '
The Count de Chamboid has left Dordrecht.
TL llij,,il newspaper, the publication of which
was suspended some time ago, has ngain appeared.
1 he Count de? Charnbord has made arrangements
for a temporai-y residence at th Hague.
It is reported that Thiers has again offered (be
Pop the hospitality of France, and that Austria
has tendered his Holiness Salzburg Castlo for a
A private letter from Messina, dated December
0, hays that almost every city in Itnly is infected
with the pmall-pox. In Messina there is consid
erable mortality among tho poorer classes. The
American and lJritish Consuls enV in their bills
or health that small-pox is in the city, but the
other Consuls think this unnecessary, asin tfir
opinion the disease is raging over the whole con
tinent of Europe."