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Tin w tmi ' iLLLT
DY C. S. BARTOV
THIS DAY. SATURDAY. October 26th.
AT 1J O'CLOCK SOO.
Ry Order of Sapreme Court ander MtnKll W. C. Prke,
At the Lot Situated on Maunakea Street, '
BY E. P. ADAMS
II E A L ESTATE
win t. s.4.1 :
Valuable Lois of Real Estate!
EiCOAtrJ oo the Iflatvlt of Oaha and ill
C. S. BARTOW.
TITTS IDVY !
SATURDAY, : : : : OCTOBER 26th.
AT 1 (SCVtCK, SI , AT 5 LK!t: -V.
Br Oralcr .f S. It. Dele. E.r. Kirryl.r of Ibr
K.I air of Wm. Ilupbrrr.
TIXE-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA.
IV No C'tvJil f..
Juki - A
C'irmil af Hawaii
P.ae M. .i,-y. Ticket at the Office
HSIIH. ti. VWLbfcR.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29th!
E. P. ADAMS. AuctV.
A Varied Asst. of Merchandise
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING.
C. 9. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
On THURSDAY, October 31st,
Alio 0rlMk. A. M..
At the Residence of Mr. Haselden,
t'ifwr nf Kukui arl Samoa S;..
I'MOli, BED-ROOM MHIES
PARLOR HAIR CLOTH SET !
f aoj Chairs, H'alnat Centre T.Me.
Vr. .i:.g ri.l.-. Dining Table,
Nailrri and Pillow.
Cook hli and Kilehen Ware,
An! Otnr .trtlrlr of lfoahIJ I'sraltsre !
Window S.idic mid floor !
C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
Offers For Sale a Pine Assortment of
ESGIISII.GEIUIIU FREKII GOODS
Regular Room Sale
ON WEDNESDAY, : : : : OCT. 30th,
AT IDU'CUJCK A. M.. AT PA LU ROOM.
THE ISt'AL KINK ASSORTMKVT OK
trff rlfs ( rwtlerf, t'!Awrr,
Kf raf of Oil,
L'o'toa f jrd Mattlir-,
(halre Tra and Tobarro, Wrappiug Taper,
CiWaBlrd Iran Fails,
Ciaolrts Cretin and IV bite (ttou,
Shirt and I adfrolilrt. Sllrt,
Vrt-i Goud-, Print-., Jaiii, Sheeting,
Liars, Shawl?, HoIf ry,Trluinilo-r, If., if.
CHINA PROVISIONS, 'OIL, &c.f
r.oxfi S.iltf d fur itnlM-r,
CJf Chios ot Oil,
Jar Cf an Saarr,
f a4 f lilna Tfcbarta,
Mlppf rs, Shan, f., JLf.
ONE LARCE FORCE PUMP.
United States. New Zealand and Australia
Mail Steamship Line.
For SAX FKAxVCISCO
The Sfr.-iuiiiiip ULVAIU
O.V OR .4 KOl'T NOV. IClb.
TH A VIKWTO AFFORD EVERY
inlity to ptmn d"ir2S t proniabiy ail sneurely
InveaUDjr. small sums of mooer. K-oti the If aiian lwrn
menf of tie Krmi valors of $100, $JOU. fMMi. and f 1
iwarinr lotrrr-st at U.e rale of 9 ("r eaK. f-T annum, payable
rS'tHuibiulij. iil be iMu-tl ftt par to ail persona ipf'jiiif
Ir.r them at the Treasury, fjr Urro of not Int Uiaa S, uor
more than 0 years. KOBtRT rtUUNd,
M.biattrr ut Viamace.
Irpartis-nt of Finaocr. frj.t. 20, 1'Z. a21
And Oibrr Xrir 7.rnlnd I'orla, ronnrrlln;
nl A Mr kin nd with Mruwrn far Sydney,
MrllMirae aad Uriaurt Ibr
steamship "Dakota!"! Just Eeceived ex R. 0. Wylie !
JUST RECEIVED PER BARK D. C. MURRAY
Large Stock of Tobacco !
or v a mors uranls or black and bright.
WHICH WILL UK
SOLD AT VERY LOW FICURES.
These Tob-ircos vrt sorted with especial reference
to the Island Trade.
Also, A Choice Lot of
Xo. 2 Jl A X 1 I' A t'Ui AUS,
II OI TWISTER &. Ca.
For the East.- The J). C.
Sin KraucLscv io all cczt wtx-k.
Murray will sail for
th k Moos roa tub Moxii ur iKiom,
1-72 Hosoli li Slot Tint.
SI ' Moon 4 Mi
iHh Kirt Quarter 10 I.'j
ICih Fn!l iiixe S
23J Lakt Uuiutrr....... 10 2Jj
31tl-. Moon.. 0 IT
Saiuo or Ookax TCAXKM. The JjAj. for San
Franc Lseo, at 6 p. at., oo TueaJay. The ,V-
6raVa was deUinl until We.ineUjr tmirninc. un
account of Jceertkn cf hand. dJ mloJ at dajiiht.
TIVC Cr SI .1 ISI iD ITTIXO.
1t Sun Biaes.....& ii aa ; J5 an riU.....& 41 1
6th Sua Rira.....a aa t Suu Srt. i
ittk Sua Rt 6 l' a ; fua Srta &SJ
JU San Riara 04 i: Sua Met i SS
Sitth Jun Rim.
At ; Sua Srt.
am ; Sua Srta. .
Cpt. 1iel Smith.
Tidk Taslk roa IIoxoli lu lUiaoa, it C. J. Ltoxs.
Uiy. Ljow triter. Hifk ttnAlrr (itrf t )
h in h m
Oct. 2T 5 CO M 11 60 aa
o 15 am U 3D ra
29 7 00 pa 1 (XI pa
SO 7 3J pa 1 15 to
31 7 40 pa 1 44 aa
Not. 1 8 20 ru 2 4 aa
2 9 O0 pa 3 50 a
Some Qi isTiOKa. The k'uokoa. nttive newspaper,
propounds oin qQtks which we trans-lue. as
folkwa : la it true that floTemment jt for the
loiiginga f foreign jurj at the Hawaiian IK.ul en
Wvine..laT aa-l Tburiar tiighlalait? If tioMTni.it i,t
r-ays the expenje, wbj theo waa not the u itue jury
UjeJ there ou Fridaj night of List we k. iit."a l if
being kept in the Court House, to aflnl a rtTish and
arnuement for the sweet-voicel nn-wjuiivAa T I
there any force iu the old prverb : The oauer v(
the houe is to be preferred to the atrarper? ' '
Two equal tuh water to-day.
ON OR A II OUT XOV. I Gib.
IT I'rriifht f.r th- ateaoirra will freirrj iu alramera
war tiouae In-e of tra.
And For S.de by the Utnlersljned :
PALVAMZED IROX FIPK, I
VI li inch, and It inch;
T I M 32
l'r .S'.J.V FI:ACJSi;o, on or ulxmt
SatuHiy D. 14th PaturHy Nor.
Fur Al'CKLASI). &;.. on or ahottt
.Nut. 16lh falurlay.
H-rirr rxv.k-il throut-'h at r.lurp.l rata t poim in tln
I'u.tl futtim mi, I t. l.iverol, ami also Ui ju-t in New
Z'-aUiiJ an. I Aat;rali.
'r rrrixht an I I'aj an, I all further information,
Apply to II. llACKr'KLD t Co.. AgeaU.
E0ST0N & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
JV C. II R R W ERA. "., AUK T S.
fayoral.le arrangement n alwayi he nm.le Tor
JhKjiXsr Morale aixl M.ipm--iil of Uone, Wor.l. Hide
an.) other Mcrchauilise toN.-w rU-tlfor.l, Koston, New York auJ
oilier ru(cru Forts. XV t'a.h Advaon-a iu.le.
fc-l C. HKKWKK CO.
Hnetit Fencing H ire. No. 4, 5, auJ C,
Eanhitt' Patent Meul,
Perforated ISraaa for Centrifurala.
rll 2m II. HACK FELT)
JUST rTJ13IjISIIED !
31 :iw;iii:m lslaii1s I
SATURDAY. OCTOIiF.lt 20.
7IOTES OF Till: WEEK,
Foreign JrRT. We are requested ly the Marshal
to state that the foreipn jurors will be reiuired to be
in attendance on Monday next, at 10 o'clock.
rr T a r "a w
iiik lii KtiLAKs, rata .11 r. u. j. i-vons' coiwsre a
visit last Friday night, and carried off a trunk, coat,;
and opra glas. '
Miutabt FrxntAL. On Sun-lay, the Rifle
turned out in uniform and attended the funeral of
Mr. Frank Harrison, one of their number, who died
on that morning, after a long illness, of consumption.
At the grave, three volleys were fired over the re
mains of the departed comrade.
StTKKVK PnrnT Th. . r.f th.. Ktn V.
lepe, indicted for the murder of F.dward McL'orris-
ton. occupied Friday and Satunlay i f 1 it wVek,
j and at S o'clock in the evening uf Ja.-; iiain.-d
day.Jt was coutiiiitted to the jury. At 10 o'ekk.
; the jury brought in a verdict of inan.-laacl.ter in
i the second degree, two jurors diser.:in:. l.'aMoiW
d.y njorninjj. K a lepe was sentenced to i!!ipri.on-
I meat at nara labor lor the tot m of
- I r . . .
! jears-.y jianua. ior tLe cilense ol I.io lu:persina
! lion, tm winch he plradd guilty, w as M iHenci d to
j one day's imprisonment and to pav a f.u'e of S20t.
Kanebaikn. pleaded guilty of the 'larceny of S-OO
j from the steamer Kiiauea. and was a. ntenJed to two
; ami a half years Imprisonment and .u flue. Malm,
i indicted for aiding and abetiing Maaua i:i false
impersonation, was arraigned, pleaded riot guilty,
and a jury was impanueled to try the case, Mahu
.. tu iarr. iiaii-pa.i seven m tlie t vetiitiir. the
jury returnea a verdict of guilty " tin. lor
dictmont sentence not yet pronounced.
The Murder Case
if'-nrry nan ;. pince the war, hnnr, h I r n
t itter known a h.ire 1 meter than !t.ih nt.
ht the ..llier hand it cn hanlly be aai l thtt trrrley
us the 1 Vtocr:4t.o tii,i,..ii.f, nothing t tnore certain
tinn that he ueer wvui I Late reccivcl the lumioa
' tii u at I.iltimre had lie nt Un prvvi.u!y noml
nife. at t'tucttmati, and it is well enough known
that the iMiK-cratU: idea was, any thing to beat
, tirant." so they w&lUwel tbctr qualuia au I went fr
4 irve!ey. doing nothing tnore or lest than alayiog the
h'.stwrio lcuocratw party, for tle old tssura are gone,
they haTc :t.siI w'.ih the war, and decile tha dia
, ivrdi-rvd cvii.la.on t.f the uutb, the old Statra ncr
: fuM l-e restored, nv.r w..ul 1 the country alluw f,r a
j nu iiieiit the natiuual uutaptuu cf tl.a rrU-1 debt,
j so that all rhetoric to that etl.vt is juat o inueh time
and treath wat1. A general glauce oer the fiehl
of p.liticji at the pre?eut titne reveala but hide o
cause aatisfactiou, on the other hand the re in much
to eaucc mJiioss. The iSraitt ad ittiuiat ration haa bn
j anything hut an huuor to the country) about all that
l is sail fir it is, that the del t haa b.-en gn-atly re
ductvl, and the laws pretty well fireate-l; tut audi
j reasons given for re-election would really cause m
! thinking mtu to smile, fur with the heavy taxation,
j reduce! expenses tf the government and general
state i f penoe which has reignea fr the past four
years; to do otherwise would have Uea to te:l an. I
tl.rco and a t.alf I siunnder the nut.lic iikjix t. It m.lIii t .ui I ..
. . I , - - - -ffc " i IIIC
co ntrary that Ix utweil hn.l cuinntted a niiUke in
ktvping a balance of over J li,KX).um contiuualle
in the tre:isury when enough of the del t might bavw
been paid by a large part of that, still reociving a
safe balance for emergency to reduce the tafrrrrf
account mine kix or seven million dullars. lut on
the whole, ltoutwell has Uvn au able uianager, and
it is fortunate that chance permitted tirant to have
and keep him, while he might have had just suuh a
specimen for Secretary t f the Treasury aa Fih is of
State nothing moro or less incapuble. Aa for a
review of the misdeeds or misfortunes of the odiniu
istrati.m if you would have it thus, observe what a
list of unfortunate transaetiona could be adluoed,
but a few only need be instanced, as the disciaccful
scenes connevte I with the Alabama treaty, the Amer
ican statesiu.'itisliiu in which ma.le the nati.m .
j R K ti V I. A R
i DISPATCH LINE FOE SAN FRANCISCO.
1 1 be,
V. HRRWER Sc CO., .tCKXTS.
Merrhandise receive.! PTOIlAUK FKHK an, I !
m liiierl cash advance! made on xliipments tiy this !
(iez- tyj i;. KKhrttK & VO. I
k. r. ADAMs.Aucfr. lieular Packet for Kona aud l.nu.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
The New ClipK r Schooner
a n a ,
Captain J. II. Hatfield.
Will run regularly on thealxive pnile, haiti'.' excellent accom
modations tor paasenxers anil freight.
Freight or .'nt;e, apply the Captxin on nnard.
(mhi if )
TlBHKTd : SOKENJUS.
Per H. C. "Wylie,
GOODS IN ALL STYLES & DESCRIPTIONS
Tho TRADE is respectfully
" vitod to Examine.
On Thursday, the 14th of November
NEXT. AT 12 O'CLOCK, M..
Tbe ondenirneil will sell at Public A act Ion
at the 4lcs lUxxn of K. V. Adam, by order
of the Kxerotor of the Will of toe Ute I. U.
MOFFrTT eTON KY, TIIK
Q K l I X K III'NGAKIAX W I X E H ,
Superior French Claret,
Sparkling Wines io pints and quarts,
Bordeaux and Burgundy Wines
Genuin aad Imitation Holland Gia in cases.
ALCOHOL, 93 Per Cent- FULL PH00F.
Norwegian Pal Al ia pints and quarts.
GKItlTIAiV PALE ALL,
Star EranJ. io pints and quarts.
Kammet, Swelish Ian:b,
r-eafy Prepared Cocktail,
Morachino. Angastora Bitters.
Kejv of Dutch nerving.
Keg of Stuerkohl,
(ierman and Italian Saasages io tins,
I'eas and Asparagus In tins.
Kega of nusaian Spiced Anchovies,
Sardelles Io glaan.
C? X G- JZl. JPL S,
ia'rmiiiie Turkish Tobacco !
CASES of TOYS and DOLLS.
"Vn.li inlil 3 IDslate
XCVIITJ IvXJ POINT!
Silaalta las (be Oirir C Kwaliaulwa,
lalaaid afOaba. aad Caalaiaiutf
117G2 AC'UES ofLAIVD
I0RE OR LK.s.a,
Of which C70S aerea are freehold, and 60-24 arret are lease
hold, ha, ina about thirty yrara to run. There are 171 acre
or Haahlorks iocioaed by aubaLantial atone walla. Tl-r are
ou tha Ctale
' Will run aa a Kepular Packet to the above port. For Freight
or laaatre apply to
; apo 3in WALKER &. ALLKN, Aeenti.
Iii:(;ilLI. PACKET FOR LlllllXA.
iSS THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
B. D. CRANK, Master.
VnilUsn Regnlarly between This Port and Lahaina,
LK A VINO
Ilonolala Saturdays and Lahaina every Wednesdays.
P3m n. IIACKFKLD k Co., Agents.
FOURTH EDITION, REVISED & ENLARGED
With an Appendix!
Exhihitimi the Commerced and A-jriindlurat He-
sour cs of the Islands. Meteorological wul Cen
sus Statistics icith a Sketch of the Volcanic
Eruptions on Hawaii, from 1881
18C8. and embracing much Infor
mation useful Ut Travelers.
Illustrated with a fall length Photograph of King
Kanir hauifha Vtlu,
A Map of tha Islands, and nwnerois Views I
Is acknowledged to be the most impartial anil complete work
on these Inlands ever published, and this edition wilt be found
to be more valuable than any previous one, inasmuch aa it
furnishes late ami reliable statistics, useful to those seeking
information regarding them.
Price Handsomely Bound in Cloth $2.50
This work will be tunileil to any part of the United States,
fur 63.00 Gold.
aulO TI. M. WIIITXF.V, FakliaUer.
Ma. Axthoxt Trollope, the distinguished writer,
vrith his wife arrived on Monday by the Jrtratk&
from New Zealand en route for England. Mr. Trol
lope made a tour of the Lake region of New Zealand,
and expressed himself much pleased with the appear
ance of the country. lie proceeded on by the Idaho.
of the French arms scandal is well known; the
hoiningo affair still fresh iu the public mind, aud
A Heavy Transaction. We hear that one of our
butchers sold tihty-two bead of cattle on the hoof the
other day on the following terms : One cent for the
first hoof, two for the second, and go on. through the
whole thirtv-two hoofs, doubling each time. The
purchaser paid something over forty-two millions of j he was defended with the best of legal talent.
Real Estate at Auction. There is a sale of
various parcels of real estate on Oahu and Hawaii,
advertised for to-day, under foreclosure of mortgage
by P. Y. Kaeo to Mr. Hillebrand. Also, real estate
of the late W in. Humphreys. For all of which
New Australian Line. The Government of
On WVdnesd av in the SllDrcmii f Tnnrt snmm.m rvt
the trial of Andreas Camarcho for the murder of Ko- ' l luet'it)g stock before Europe, and it helps the matter
r . T . . i . . a 1. .aa".li aa-
sario, ai r.wa. on mis island, on the 1st inst. Our
readers will remember tbe circumstances as related
in onr issue of tbe 5th inst.. wbich was substantially
correct, in all the principal particulars. Andreas,
the accused, is a Mexican Indian, quite dark for one
of bis race, and apparently about 35 years of age.
He has fallen away considerably in flesh since bis
I arrest, and apparently realizes the serious position
i i i - . . - i . . . . .
in wtncu ue is piaceu. lie sat near Ins counsel,
Messrs. C. C. Harris. W. C. Jones and F. 1 1. Harris,
and watched the proceedings intently, though bis
knowledge of tbe English language is not such as
that be can comprehend much of w hat is said. Col.
Jones, one of his counsel, is however familiar with
the Spanish lanirnare. and it will be observed f hut
j Attorney General conducted tbe prosecution, assist
ed ny dis I'eputy. Lawrence McCully, Esq. Chief
Justice Allen, and Associate Justices Ilartwell and
idemann occupied the Uench.
lint at all. to s ty that (iladstone lost hi ten, nee
very neaily compromised the Uritish Cabinet. Tbe
then nt home we have the disgraceful conducting of
toe civn service, me extent ot rrnuds or which can
only be guessed at; tbe Indian aflairs and the terrible
reign of disorder nt the South, which seems, as
matters more atjd more develop, to be the rerult as
much of carpet-bag misrule as of the war. It Is un
necessary t.r refer to the mutter of nepotism, fwr
though there has been undoubted bad taste there,
yet as for the appointing, to office of all the cousins,
wives and relative is concerned, it would te very
easily pissed over if the appointees were lit for office,
which is generally far from being the case.
Now. iu favor of Grant's eloction, it may well ln
urged that he deserves well of tho country, but
answered, mat be lias received royally for all ho
- lbl&TLTJe "JZJ.W necessarily - 1 PiMST A laot hat the Cretirt
. see. rYrs . iV.. "WU.VK" ,pr change which would nooeasarilv result from an..
x?' ii...,o(..o ki. 1.' . 7. r, ' Procer the country perhaps so but the countrv haa fuilrJ
acw - . i . . i. . v. , uumearrurr ; I. 1 . -vcijims. ftDrnnnnur J
South Wales having advertised for tenders for a line",! and commission merchant ; Chas. Derby, botanist
. e ,. . . r l l . i o oruk a t .1. .1 4 m i. . i r ... .
oi stiew oicuiiicis, vi uoi tes tuau -,oiu ions ouniien, i o. vit-uuurii, mercnani : Ji. u av. master ear
to run between Sydney and San Francisco, touching peuter ; I. B. Peterson, ship chandler ; Thos. Fos-
at the Fijis and New Caledonia, it is reported that
Mr. Hall, whose boats formerly ran on this route,
had signified his determination to send in a bid.
Musical. The following is the musical programme
to be performed by the Hawaiian Military Band at
Emma Square this afternoon, commencing at 4A
Drum Beating March... Faust
Finale Oiiera Belisario. .......................... Donisetli
Meditation Fantastic, (new). .......... ........... . . -I.ange
A Tale of Happy Time Waltz Faust
Cavatina Oix ra Ili'lixario, (new) Donizetti
Queen Emma March................ ............. ...Merger
To conclude withanvrch around Emma Square.
GENTLEMEN'S GAITERS !
Over 900 Head of well-bred Cattle, Regular Packet for Hannlri, Kauai.
And 2.10 Fine Wool Slicrp ! j jffi?
FROM TUB BEST
4 FRESH SUPPLY
J:. Vienna Slannfacturers.
Ladies' & Misses' Boots and Gaiters
A full assortment always on hand.
ORUNWALD 4 SCI1UTTK,
Corner Fort and Hotel StS.
Thera la an eiMilent DWELLING HOL'SK, with Furniture,
and all oeeesaary llathouaei. Haul Presi, Uon Mieil, tablea,
Ac, sit nf whieh will be sold with the premiaes.
Fr farther partk-alara. Inrentory and Plan of the Fatate,
apply to the Kserutor. VT. L. OKtKN or A. 8. CLKOllOHN,
or lo th uoderifoed.
K. P. ADAMS. I .
C.S. BAKTOVf. jAuctl"n"-
IMMEDIATE!,!' AFTER THE SALE OF
RJIHRr KSTATF, I will Mil at Piblle Aartloa
By order of tbe Executor of the late I. R. Moffilt Stooey, all
That PIECE OF LAND
At KALtKOItOVO.at the ENTRANCE
j IMlO.t VALLKY,
Near Honolulu, prante.! by Royal Ptnt No. 2ISOtothe
late Robert Mi-ftiU, coulaiiiinK by survey
i 1 32-100 .CRIS !
Thi Piece f Land i entirely Fenced in partly ly Ftone
vVal.a, and U satiable tnr liooae Lot or l'ature.
K. I. ADAMS, I . ...
FOR SALE "
OX FtVORAIll.K TERM Til K STEAM
Engine and flue Boiler lately ued by J. A. Hopper in
hi Barrel Factory, Pawinr, Planinr. A-r., on Kinif alreet.
Alao, one Planlr.i Machine, one Mandrel for Circular law,
some Shaftinr. Pulley, belting. Brick, and Iron Chimney.etc ,
etc Inquire of I.KWElc.S A DICK.-UN,
Or of CII A5. K. M.HO".
Honolulu. Oct. 15, 1872. oeU.nt
THE CLIPPER SCHOONER
K A A I X A M ASTER.
Will &til as a llegnlar Packet as above.
For Freight or paaaage apply to
apo am WALKER k ALLKN.
AGENTS FOR THE
LI LIl ISABELLA,
K1NAU. AND HOKl'LF.LE.
F relet. t at f.iir price and goods properly li.imllcd.
mhSO WILDER tr CO.
P HO TOG RAP IIS!
d moroliaxit Sit.
HAND AND FOR SALE A Su
perior assortment of
NEW STOCK OF
j P holographic Materials
OF THE PICKING OF 1871.
warranted in icood order, for ale at a very low
nf urr. iu unier lo close a conignment.
oelU II. IIACKFKLD k CO.
AT DICKSON'S ART GALLERY,
C I Fort Street.
co ur 1 1: r, c i:irLot
AND VIA PANAMA.
AX IJIUEXSE TARIETV OF
q q q
Selected with the Greatest of Care
FOR THIS MARKET.
Just Received ex R. C. Wylie !
Atul For Sde ly the Undersi'jneil :
SILVER PLATED DINNER
Extra Silver Plated Dinner Ppoooa,
Extra Silver Plated Tea ?poora.
Extra Silver Plated TabU Spooaa,
xtn Silver PU'ed Soap Ladle!
aeU 2n II. IIACKFELD At CO.
ALES. WHS AI SPIRITS
Of all Kinds & Qualities,
F. A. SGHAEFEB & GO.,
Have Just Opened
-A-nd Offer For Sale
ASSORTM'T OF GOODS !
i:. c. wvmi: iioin in: i:. tula
To which they call the attention of the traJe.
ST Prices and Terms to Suit the Times.
Genuine Hungarian Wines.
WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, PORTERS,
RUINART, PERE ET FILS
CHAMPAGNE. quart and pints.
Reinhard & Co.' Chimpane, qtg. k pta.
Different Brands Cala. Champagne,
Quarts and pint.
Le Prieme Cantenac Claret, quarts and pints;
St. Julian Medoc Claret, quara and pints;
Chateau LaQtte Claret, quart and pints;
Chateau la Knse Claret, quarts and pints;
Claret in casks and oo draught,
California White Wine, on drausht;
JSnpeiuoi Cala. Hock!
Direct from the Vineyard, and
Wnrrnntril Pure Jnire ol tbe Rrnpe.
PORT AND SHERRY WINES!
Casks and Cases.
Port and Sherry Wines, on draught;
Fine Old Madeira, direct from Cadiz;
Cordials, in cut plHfs decanters.
Parfait Amour, Anisette, fc'au Verte,
Crenie de Cassis, Eau de Vie ile Uantzic,
Curacoa, Absinthe, Maraschino,
KARTELL'S AND HENNESSEY'S BRANDY
io casks and cases.
SUPERIOR OLD BOURBON WIJISKEY.
Also, a Few Gallons of Snprrior Bourbon Whisker
For Medicinal use.
IT RE WHITE GIN ia Qaarlrr Casks!
Pure White Oin In cases, 4 dozen each; Oin in cases, 2 drsen
each; Oin in cases. 1 dosen each; Gin in cases, 15 bottles each.
Oin in baskets, dozen each.
A LARGE ASST. OF BITTERS !
Angostura, Baker's, Ilufcland's,
I. X. L., Hostetters', Humboldt's, Papifax,
burners f-ansemsin, Fenet, Branca, Orange.
XT All the above will be sold as Cheap as any other house
In the city, either in fond or duty paid.
ae7 NO TRAVELING AGENT EMPLOYED. 3m
A Slight Misapprehension. Last Tuesday, a
Coal-heuver Iroui the ebraska, accosting a resident
on tbe wharf and pointing to tbe Custom-I louse
opposite, inquired, '"I say, governor, is that a whisky
was the waggish reply ; "that
shop keeps the largest and best stock of liquor in
the city. ' "1 hanky, sir," said tbe thirsty man, and
be rushed over and demanded a bottle of ale, and
was considerably disgusted when told that they did
not deliver it la such small packages.
V-isf" Tiv nfttice of the Rnn.il Snnprrisnr. in nnr T5w
1 j .
Authority " column, it will be seen that the bridge
over the stream at Kalihi, near the residence of Mr.J
Strehz, will be closed to traffic on and after the 28th'
inst., for the purpose of erecting a new and substan
tial bridge. Travelers to and from Ewa will be
obliged in passing to cross the old ford at the mouth
of the stream, near the Leper Hospital. The new
bridge will be ready for immediate erection when the
old one is taken down, so that the passage of travel
ers will be impeded as short a time as possible. Gaz.
ler. master ship builder. At 5 o'clock. th rinnrt
j adjourned until Thursday morning at 9. The jury,
remaining in charge of the Marshal, were con
ducted to the Hawaiian Hotel, where they were
provided for during tbe night of Wednesday.
At tho opening of the Court on Thursday morn
ing, the defense introduced a number of witnesses,
the examination of which occupied the lime until
the noon recess, after which Mr. Harris, the senior
counsel for the prisoner, addressed the jury at
length. The Court then adjourned again until
Friday morning, at 9 o'clock, when the Attorney
General made the closing plea to tbe jury. The
Chief Justice then summed up and charged tbe
jury in a very clear and comprehensive manner,
and at 20 minutes past 11, the jury retired to con
sider on their verdict.
At a quarter after four, yesterday afternoon, the
jury returned into Court with a verdict of murder
against the prisoner, three dissenting, and with a
strong recommendation to the mercy of the Court.
This recommendation to mercy cannot of course
influence the action of the Court, under tbe law,
further than to certify the request of tbe jury to the
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
FROM OCIt REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.
New York City, Oct. 1st, 1872.
he terrible summer seems at last to bo gone, but
to eufler in times gone by, and no creator reajum
exists now for suffering than at any time past. It is
hard to see any further reason than the above for
desiring Grant's re-election. No doubt of it, a
change of party at tho head of the executive would
bo injurious to a greater or less extent, that is, a
change from Republican to democratic, but would it
bo such a change? is the question. And here .we
have tho question which causes mtny to hesitate and
tremblo with uncertainty. Were the Cincinnati can
didate a strong man personally much of this doubt
would bo removed, but unfortunately Le is a man
who occupies a position of much doubt, very few
feeling sure of Lis position. We all know hitn to ba
a strong protectionist, and to have bad in years past
very strong political opinions, so inuoh so thathia
Eaper, The Tribune, was very much feared and
ated at tbe South, Le was one of the fathers of tha
Republican party, is a man of earnest desiro for the
best good of the country, and aa for his RcccMsioo,
record," as it is called, the Grant party pnrpoacly
misconstrue that, endeavoring to show that from tha
first he was one of the Calhoun atamn. vrna with
Davis, Wise, Toombs and Stevens: as Greclev would
say perhaps, in the strong language popularly as
serted to bo used by him" It's a lie ! and whoever
says it, is a liar ! for the actual truth of the matter
is just this that nt the beginning of " our late
unpleasantness Grcclcv strongly unreJ nuttimr
the matter of Union or disunion to popular vote,
urging that a fair vote of tho whole nation should
decide the matter, and taking constitutional grounds
for that position, that is, that as the Union resulted
from popular consent, separation should be trovr-mivl
by the same voice a plausible argument oertaiuly.
:tJ v. i . ...... . 7 T . . . v """".'i "" wuror
w- w UuUg v.. moat, extraoruinaruy. oeptemDer Heads than mine to say. But no one will deny that
tiftTinm nnv iikoiI o farm , ... -1 : .l. I t .. ...
Joun on a Sprkk Chinamen are not usually de
monstrative in their dissipation. If they do indulge
in drink to intoxication, it is in private, and tbe
sight of a drunken John on tbe street id, to their
credit be it said, an exceedingly rare one. We saw
several such however on Monday night, who were
evidently tho worse for liquor, and by their voices
and gait imitating pretty lairly the actions of more
civilized people when "out on a time." It may bo
added however, that they were recently from Cali
fornia, and doubtless thought that they were
"doing" our quint city after the most approved
" Melicau fashion."
Theatrical. Among the passengers per bark
Comit, which was to leave San Francisco a few days
after the steamer, is Mr. Joseph Rayner, well
known to our residents, accompanied by the distin
guished actress and vocalist. Miss Fanny Morgan
I'helps, from the leading Eastern and California The
atres. They contemplate remaining in this city a
short time and will give one or two entertainments
prior to their departure by tbe next Australian
steamer on a professional tour throughout the Colo
nies. Since Mr. Rayner's visit two years since, he
hits been performing with much success thronghout
the principal California Theatres.
having produced a few days almost equaling tbe
days of mid-summer, there being no cool weather at
au. or sucn as woum be called cool here, and there
has been no frost yet alons the eea-coast : the leavea
nowever oegin to laii and vegetation assumes the
somoer nues ucntting the dying year. As soon as a
heavy frost comes, all will be chanced and no season
in the year can rival thi9, when as if by magic, the
trees and shrubs, weeds, grasses and all growing
miuga wia put on me most lovely and brilliant
colors. Aireauy tno advancing season Las worked
upon the general life, and hitherto quiet streets and
corners are alive with the noise and hum of renewed
activity ; the main avenues of trade and travel are
crowded with vehicles of all descriptions, and the
sidewalks are a ceaseless flowing tide of life. The
shop windows are filled with the new styles, and
each day brings new developments ; tho ladies are
out in force pursuing vigorously that most delightful
of f'iniale employments bunting for the latest fash
ions, cniortunate ladies ! The weather got ahead
of them, for by some strange chance, the second
Sunday in September was decidedly cool a genuine
laii aay ana tne ladies had not bought their fall
bonnets ! consequently the attendance at church was
surprisingly thin, but it was all right probably, for
they all said, and were ready undoubtedly to take
their "Alfred Davids" to the fact, that they had a
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon
GENTLEMEN'S LUNCH ROOM !
'ntm R.ROBERT RTCROFT WOULD RES
IV A pectully anooooce to the Public that b haa
Opened on Fort Street!
UwpvMiln Williaawa Farallare M are-
Ico Cream Saloon for Ladies !
CREAM, CAKE, TEA AND COFFEE !
at! sill haar.
HOT LUNCH DAILY FROM IS TO 2.
nHin? to ba able to meet tha requirements of
nay (a,or him aita their patrooare.
He Invites all to Gire Him a CalL
Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
door to th Government Vard.
Orders a Uc or Ship Work promptly attended to.
Everywhere & other places
Deeming it useless to mention the Differ
ent Brands, as we can fill all Orders from
the different parts of the Hawaiian King-,
WE BEG TO CRAVE A SMI SHARE
of the Cenoral Patronage.
SUPERIOR FRENCH CLARET
AND BORDEAUX WINE3.
Old Sherry and Port Wine,
Io Case and Cask.
GERMAN PALE ALE, Key Brand, j
Holland Gin, in boxes ;
Cognac, in demijohns,
Superior Champagne Cognac,
Alcohol. 96 per cent., full proof.
FOR SALE AT
F. A. SCIIAEFER Ai CO'S.
Police Court. On Monday, Kapu, an insane man,
from Cohala, was examined, and sent to the Asylum.
Two Japanese, Tusick and Kitsabow, were charged
with violation of the Sabbath, in playing a game of
cards. There was quite a number of Japs in the
game, but only two were arrested, for the purpose of
enlightening the entire crowd. They were mulcted
in three dollars each, and our Sunday law explained
to them, as well as the law in regard to gaming, and
they went away apparently well satisfied. Four
natives two men and two women were charged
with gambling at Manoa last week. One witness
testified that they played "All Fours," from Tues
day afternoon till Wednesday morning, and that he
lost forty-six dollars. The accused were adjudged
guilty, and sentenced to pay a fine of twenty-five
dollars each, and be imprisoned at hard labor for ten
days. An appeal was noted to the Circuit Judge.
No Traveling Agent Employed.
as we do all our own traveling.
SUPERIOR FRENCH CALFSKINS.
COCOA NUT MATTING,
VIENNA CANE SEAT CHAIRS,
Centre Tables, &c.
Leather Ware, "Wooden Ware,
AND A LARGE
Variety of FANCY ARTICLES !
CIGARS AND CICARITOS,
OF SUPERIOR QrALITT.
e21 Cm For Sale at F. A. stflAKFKR k CO'i.
And Full Size. No. 2
Also, lOO OSTests
4 AND 2 IN NEST
BEST CAMPHOR WOOD TRUNKS !
FOR SALK BY
A. S. CLEG HORN Sc CO.
FOR SALE !
THE LEASE OF THAT DESI RA
ble Dwelling House and Lot on Richard Street,
rormerly occupied by the undersigned as a pri- I
vale residence. The lease of the above premises has eleven
years to ran, and will be disposed of on favorable terms.
For particular, apply to U. 8. SWINTOX,
e5 s-w w tf At the Office of the Sup't cf Water Work.
Kilauea. From one of our residents who has
just returned from Kilauea by the InmV, we learn
that the crater is very active. The old South Lake
is full and running in two broad streams, one to tho
South, the other to the West. A number of beau
tiful cones were in action, sending1 up continuous
jets of lava. Mr. Jones. th proprietor of the Vol
canu house, describes the scene as liner than any
he has seen for years. During the last two weeks
a number of slight earthquake shocks have been
felt at Kapapala, and on the 13th a very heavy one
was felt at Hilo the heaviest that has been felt
since the great shock of April, 18G8.
A rumor was prevalent in town yesterday to the
effect that Mokuaweoweo was very active again,
but this is undoubtedly acoiiarJ. The two mount
ain peaks have been distinctly visible for some time,
and some snow was tobeaeenonMaunaKea. None
oa Manna Loa.
The Annie bad a very narrow escape from wreck
at Laupahoehoe, she being in the breakers when
the wind subsided. Her anchors were both let go,
when she swung around very close to the rocks.
The swell was so heavy that it was feared that her
chains would part, and the passengers and crew
therefore went as-hore. Fortunately the sea went
down, and the wind blowing off shore, the vessel
was again manned, and cutting her chains adrift,
losing both anchors, she got off safely.
Tolice Court. On Tuesday, Mikioi, the boy who
burglariously entered a house on King street and
stole thence several handkerchiefs and a diamond
ring, mention cf which was made last week, was
arraignel, and pleading guilry, was sentenced to six
months imprisonment and a fine of five dollars. The
ring, which is worth about twenty-five do'lars, and
was sold by Ihe boy to a Chinaman for fifty cents,
was traced through several hands, and recovered.
Wm. Honpili and Charles Kanui, were fined fifteen
dollars each and costs, for furious driving. A trifling
case of an asault and battery elicited a fine of two
dollars; a Japanese, proved to be a common drunk
ard, was sent over for two months; and two natives
were committed for perjury, in a gambling case,
tried on Monday. The estimation in which too many
of tbe natives hold the ceremony of taking an oath
may be guessed when it is stated that these two men
declare that they were hired to swear falsely for the
sum of one dollar and a half each !
Speaking of fall bonnets suggests the fashion,
concerning which a word. The "Dolly Varden"
of which we beard so much seems to be croine out
of style. Naturally it would not belong to a win
ter costnme but at its best it is not particularly
attractive, though certainly striking enough to suit
the most extreme taste, which is probably the rea
son that it has flourished so well in New York and
some of the Western cities the past summer, when
the ladies belong to the society of ensation seek
ers : and for the same reason it has been seen al
most not at all in U&ston, where the delicate and
refined intellectual taste, of the women forbids the
adoption of ' Dolly Vardens " or any similarstyle,
the taste there running entirely to moral, not phys
ical oddities. These New York belles understand
thoroughly the best methods of enhancing their
already well known charms, and it would be hard
to find streets the world over equaling the brilliant
display which may be seen on Droadway or Fifth
Avenue on a pleasant .Saturday afternoon, or over
in Brooklyn on Fulton street. But for tbe fashions.
The tendancy seems to be towards greater display,
and the amount of lace trimmings displayed by a
full dressed doll that is to say, I mean lady ! is
absolutely incredible. Dark colors are popular,
and the dress is gradually assuming new shapes.
It i3 comforting to observe that as woman assumes
a new folly she discards n old one ; for instance,
the habit of excessive lacing of the waist is going
into disuse, and the true but more graceful shape is
oftener seen ; but at the same time that odd hump
behind "Grecian bend''" was it? is growing, and
has already the most startling and alarming pro
portions. If the thing (one hardly knows what to
call it) was ever concealed, it is not now, and every
where, all over the city, it can be seen in doors
and out of doors, hanging in the windows and in
the shop, suspended over the side-walks attached
to long strings, and now and then can be seen the
attempts of traders to attract custom by having a
line hanging full of the attractive forms stretched
across the street from house top to house top. At
the present period of its existence, the "Grecian
bend " is being incorporated with the hoop skirt,
and consolidated, the whole affair presents a most
extraordinary and woeful spectacle. Now, lady
readers, you may think I am poking fun at you.
Nothing can be fur ther from my intention. Did I
not say that the art of attiring and beautifying al
ready lovely forms was well understood If you
have not eo understood it. let me again say : never
has the art of dress seemed so perfect as at present.
And truly it is a fine art, but very productive of
deceit, it is to be feared. Nothing can be imagined
more brilliant than tbe thronging crowds of ladies
to be seen ut the I'arks on a pleasant afternoon. It
j is absolutely dazzling. Both Central and Prospect
i Parks are alive with the most lovely beings, and
! gorgeous turnouts :7 are raoidly fliltinz hither and
thither, while the reflective walker is made to dance
in lively style to keep out of the way. Gentlemen
readers are requested not to read tbe foregoing, as
it was specially intended for ladies. It may seem
straoge that fashion should suggest
But so it is, and if you only lived here the connection
coull easily be seen; as it is.no explanation could
make it sufficiently clear. The political arena at
present presents a most extraordinary aspect. The
two candidates for the Presidency belong each to the.
whatevcr question there miirht have been, a vota at
the whole peoplo would have settled the right and
wrong of the matter, and would have left the rebel
leaders fighting against the popular decision, which
they claimed, they were not doing. None know
better however than the reading public of the islands,
that the war once begun, Greeley urged its vigorous
prosecution; bo much so that the burlesques of hiin
made by the Ilarper't Weekly, then a lukewarm
half rebel paper, cannot but be remembered. 80
wo have Greeley's own character well known by
his numerous writings and respected by the solid
farming and laboring community all over the United
States; compare it with Grant and there needs to be
ro question as to whose shall suffer. Were the
Presidential contest merely one for the man of bast
character, U. 8. Grant, LL. I)., would have to stand
aside. But the great cause for fear is iu the mixed
support of the Cincinnati ticket. Undoubtedly tho
Liberal Republican movement was instituted by those
who wished for reform.
It seems enough to roint at the ad beairin i,t Charlmt
Sumner to prove that, but that since then the move
ment has been clogged can liardlv bo denied. It ia
saddeuing to see such a paper as the New York
Tribune supporting such a man as 8. 8. Cox fop
Senator from this State, and in fact the whole New
York State ticket is one which true Republicans
would hardly wish to support. Kcrnan might make
a good governor ; he is a man of hii?h nemonal
character, but is a Democrat and strone Roman
Catholic and would undoubtedly lend his aid to bind
upon the State the chains of Driest rule. As for tha
rest of the ticket. Democrats have the important
places. But it is perhaps as good as tbe regular
Republican or Grant ticket headed by John A. Dix,
whose "secession record" was much like that cf
Greeley only more so, as Le was onnoeed to fichtinir
at all, so he said in 1800. But I fear that this letter
is spinning out too long. A word more and it shall
end. It seems an index of the character of the
Grantitcs that such means are used for his re-election.
All of the Cabinet except Belknsn are out
electioneering, and tho exception nameI has fallen
under imperial displeasure therefore and will be dis
carded, just as Cox was discharged early in the
present term at the instance of that hoary headed
rascal, Cameron, when an attempt was made to put
the civil service on a proper basis of merit, rather
than of political service. The whole machinery of
the Government is devoted to Grant's election. The
mails carry free thousands of copies of tbe New York
Timet and other campaign sheets. The Tribune in
the most unaccountable manner fails to reach its
subscribers, the under officers of the custom bouses,
post-offices, and all bureaus are fleeced to pay the
heavy expenses, and a murmur is met by dismissal;
in short the whole gigantic power and influence of
the Government is being used, not that the public
miy be benefitted and the country rendered prosper
ous, but that Grant may be re-elected, and Morton,
Coukling, Cameron and the hofct of relatives may be
kept in power and at the neck of the national money
bag. Can you wonder ihut many of the life-long
Republicans rebel and withhold their aid and influ
ence, from assisting this immense eilort at retaining
a Mn iu office, while the principles of right and
: justice arc carcJ not for?
Yours, &c, O. K.
opposite party from that nominating him. The 2.
. L y-i . 1 .
jjuwitaus uuiuiunuug uraui wuo -was (Uvays &
Democrat and whose only vote for President was cast
for James Buchanan in 1856. But aen be is not so
" ' - "T,"- """-'. B! Rood general, bis trial on Monday in the Court of Oyer and Terminer,
services during the war beipg sufficient to j.mmortaJ-J.tt- " -T -U-a
The letters of our New York correspondent are
generally interesting and chatty, but we fail to ap
preciate and can by no means endorse bis evident
strong political tendencies. Eo. P. C. A.
Washington-, Sept. 28. The Treasury Depart
ment decided to-day that wool produced eastof tho
cape of Good Hope, and imported from placea
thereof, will, if remaining iu bonded warehouses,
duty paid. u:itil October 1st. be entitled to a draw
back of the discriminating duty of ten percent, Irn
pod by the sixth beet ion of the Act of March 3,
New York, Oct. 3. Francis Lieber, the well
known publicist, died yesterday, of heart disease.
Washington, Oct. C. It is anticipated in official
circles that the award of the Geneva Tribunal will
be paid before the expiration of twelve months from
the time of its announcement, this being the treaty
limit. Tbe money will then be paid in to the De
partment of State, and as there is no law concerning:
its disposal, legislation by Congress becomes neces
sary for that purpose.
Chicago, Oct. 7. The new census of Chicago
was completed to-day. It shows a population of
867,396 ; a gain of 43, (XX) over a similar census
taken last June.
New York. Oct. 8. The Exprtu says that it Is
the general impression in this city that William M.
Tweed has left the city, and will not return to stand