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5f Primer Kilanea rrlnrne from Koi FridaT
morning, snd will leave tor circuit trip around
Hiwjii on Monday.
fy A bsrk tatt irriTcd thlt mornlnc at we C to
pre, supposed to be from Peru bound lor tbe
W The 0. 8 training aliip Jenn-ttown, Capt.
Glut, waa eipertrd to leave Sao Francisco about
Jalv 2T., and mil) arrive hire about Ihe middle of
... I Feb 1
aaail Mean, era
Da. Urn I'C
Ra.L Estate Mr. Arlatn. aoad on Saturday a
b"Uc and lot on Mauua Kia sired beloneinc t" tbe
MM of tbe late John Booth. It went lur tbe turn
Bass BaLL The Albletra and. Star Clnh cn-cae-d
in another conlest on Saturday atlernoon.
and ibis I line tbe former club Were ej;ain vanquish
ed. The bett catrh of the day w-s made BJ Ryan
!ii;eSiar. At the close of game the ruus alood
' I" M IL
The murder in Pun, Hawaii, to which e
rrl rn-d last SSSbV, appear to hate hern c milted
by an old crazy ..niti, lb years ol age, who killed
another craly woman wilh w hom I ic lived alone.
A stabbing affray occurred last week near Hilo, In
I ottaftctl a iial ive man inflicted several aevere gashes
wilh a knlic on a woman. Ha cause has been as
signed lor MM iti inpt. d murder.
1ST Barks Mary Belle R..uertand P. C. Murray
bad not armed at Ban Fiancisco up to the AqMtM
of the steamer, July IV. One or bolh ol them will
meet with quick despatch oti arrival, and ought lo
be here by the 15th lust. The Roberts brought the
news iu May. aud won t prize lor dipt. Gray,
and it Is now the Murray's tutu lo win a sliver set
lor her popular captain.
he can d' , he is simply "in despair of meeting
the occasion. With such a feeling I p .seed out
of the turnstile forthc last time, carryingaway
an enonnoUB, or rather confused mass of rec
ollections of my nine days toilsome sight-seeing.
I most mention this day meeting with
several Island friends at the Hawaiian Depart
ment, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. AVatcrhonse, MiRs
Mary A. Cook and her brother Clarence, and
W. Foster, Esq. who now revisits home before
Late Foreign News-
By tbe arrival of tbe P. V. 8. S, Australia on
Thursday last, the J7th ioit., eight days and four
hours from Sau Francisco, w are in receipt of inter
esting items. ,
The whole nnmber of vi-itort to the Centennial E
hibilion up to July 7th was, t.SrW.OM. Tbe United
States Cornmi.fioners hare decided by a vote of 27 to
6U to keep the Exhibition closed on Sunday.
The F.'Drth of July was celebrated all over the
n at laas wiih unparalleled enthusiasm. In a number
entering the practice of law at San FraBcisco. ut ioma, fires resulted from theeiphnion ofureworlte.
At the Arkansas building I had a good chat in I The heat in Near York and other Eastern cities has
.. . , nr-ii- n ,, i v. . been intense during the past mouth, the th rutome;er
Hawaiian with William Rowcll, who baa . rln t( ,,vcr oo Fareobeii at times. Ca. of tun
OfcBin of a large railroad company's exhibit stroke are fcatfully eotsotoa and in a large proportion
there. Why ca,,,ot we keep such able younK Jtta ZSXS'
men among US? j many asfilty caaet a day of prostration from this
As vou have no doubt already learned, the I ca0- T i t.s
senator ai.irmi i" a lu '- . -.v - j
Hawaiian Department, makes a most creditable
appearance. It is very attractively pavilioned
ami arranged, and is constantly thronged with
visitors. Mr. Hitchcock has been most indus
trious and constant in his attention to the work
of exhibition. He had absented himself for a
few days near the 4th, retiring like all the rest
but myself, to escape the heat and crowd.
At eight v. M., 1 took a Chestnut street car,
but our way was obstructed by processionists
before we reached the bridge over the Schuyl
kill, and by the time we reac hed 18th street
Sei-retarv o! the Tre i"urv. The Gov. ..f Main
hat appoiuted Blaine bis successor in the Senate.
The ciciiement consequent upon the cutting off of
Custer with hia Ifi'i mtu by the Indians, ia very in
tense ali over the c--untry. Offers have been tele
graphed to Uen. Sherman from Siuih and V.rib and
West to raise regiments to aid inputting down the
Gen. Fhertnm think the Indians do not number
m..re than MM ur 4UUU and that t rev csn be ea-rlv
uhd ied by the regular army without assistance from
Santa Am the celebrated Mexiean chief, died re
cently aged 81 year.
The kasa hv recent floods in central Iowa is clima
ted at over SI.UUU.OIIO The loss of lite in Warren
N GW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BT A RESIDENT OF HOTCHTX, EM
PLOYMENT In a wholasle or retail establishment,
tn this etty. Inquire at Gazette Office. ot tf
Tin it r are iJirorsDErs at the -VKKNUKST
POUND at Kuholaloa. (Harriet of
Honolulu, eatrsved animals, which will be sold at anctlon
on s-aturdsY. Ausust 5th. at 12 o'clock noon, vlx :
t rt-v boras, brand nshl ss, left not descrlbable ; 1
bav mare, 3 feUoclcs wblte. brand JH, rurbt not des
crlbable ; 1 grey mare, brand rtxbtuK ; I spotted steer,
brand left WP ; I spoiled heifer, brand left AI. left fore
hip Q : 1 black heifer, brand right A P.
Tbare are ahw Impounded. I black horse. 4 feet shod,
brand not descrlbable : 1 wblte horse. brand.W right PQ.
60J-H A. B. KA.U'lvl't. Ponndmaater.
it seemed best to struggle through the crowd county is about tony. The d .uiage by the late storm
, . ,, n.-. ..r,ii,. iu Mi.-ourit.. th- crop? was very great.
OI1 lOOl. IIIC HirCCl ftUS UIUAIUq luhmios.ii;
w ith torch lights, cidcium lights and criiuson
fires, and every window aglow with illumina
tion in every form. Benching Broad street, 1
turned down towards Walnut, waiting for the
The Austislia was telegraphed on Thursday
B. ;30 f. jt. aud was soon after boarded by tbe pi-
a- h..: A.e-s;, l7S lt, but as she bad a case ol smallpox on board the
was delayed outside til! nearly dsrK. w ueu per- !
mi-sion had t-n grauled she canie inside, and de
luered her mails aK-ul 9 r. M. The discharging ot
av (night waa done by sailors Ironi the laMHWMM,
o natives being allow ed inside the sleamslilp w uan.
She Ml aboni 6 o'clock Friday afternoon, taking but
little freight Irom this port.
Advicea from lire Lower Califoruia coait report
whaling a- unusually prosperuos. Tbe Packard
Dros. at Punti Baads, using Cpt. Ray's new whale
giin and bouih, have caught thtet large whales.
Ir. Now York Ctani Louisa Kellogg has offered
$1 000 for a monument to lien. Custer ; James J. Ben-
11 IT t
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i. i ailtaa aSJ SSji rr rara -a- lae
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a. raw 9Mb."aar rwa Frasjeise J
as. aaa in. las., tar last aaio-
asst. B Atssy. VHUttgtoa '
ilan rot caoxes IW '
I saass sf aasa-ar laaer aaraltlaa:
iiajiartctlisl as fason as Oat fir-1
kaaj r ' s laaadol,
Mta' tasat SK ataaritUSa It haa
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kN, it tW awry aafe Ml
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aaa SJS rjMH 4i aanaa . aa a 1
tn msi teas iiaati.
I O G T. At a regular lueeliug of
Thole Lodge So. 1, held Julv 27ib, the following or
Bcert mire elected lot UN eiituing term W. C T.
,1 F Noble. W. R U. S., C. W. Hart, W. L. H. S .
Carrie Bint, W. V. T., Urt. Blackburn, W. S.. W.
Huppcr, W. A. 8., J. C. Marchanl, W. F. 8., Mar-
us Colburn, W. T., C. Blackburn, W. M.J Lucas,
W. O. M., Liarie Bratb, W. 1. G., W. T. Paty,
m. O. G , J. Biasu, W. C, J. P. Green, P. W. C. T.,
I). P. Peleraou.
Iff- The Brllith bark Canonia, which arrived
yesterday, ia day. Irom Glatguw, is as fine u speci
tueu of naval architecture at eer entered this port
She Is a new vessel, was launched Feb. 10, and with
in thim dais bad lell port on her first voyage with
over 1000 ion of ergo. Her general appearance
. and ornate finish, in every depart merit from keleon
to truck, is veiy noticeable, and elicits from lovers
of naval aecbiti-cture tbe hluhest encomiuliis. She
is well worth a visit. From this poll she proceeds
to Portland, when- pari ol her origiual vurgo U des-
Toe SattooLiNo Tkisl. On TpsdsT ol latt
week the libel suit againtt the bark Alden Bctse and
her ma-ler Captain N'jyeswat beard beloro First
Associate Justice Harris, in Admiralty. Theeharge
was that an attempt hud been made to tmuggle into
tin- kingdom 13S tins ol opium, 5 rases tamshoo
nd two cases tobacco. It appeared ill tbe trial ttiat
there was not a shadow of a reason lur believing the
captain to be implicated in tbe Batter, and Ibe ship
and master were rclca-d. but the lira! and second
mates and tteward were held for trial, it appealing
thai they were the guilty parties. Tli-y wercsub
eoucntly tried iu the police court tnd the first mate
fined tbe second mate fo0 and Ihe steward $00.
v..otoH i assaabai rrowded. iostled with the nettgivesj
house in Massachuseits, several timet recently made
his escape, aud is now doubly guarded.
The Kinierurof Bratil and party sailed July 12tb
for Europe, in the steamship Hussia, which was sa
luted as she passed out by merr-of-war in New York
bat bur, and tbe hoisting of the Brazilian flag.
Senator Sargent has recovered from his lale illness,
having taken bis sear in rh Sennle July 15th.
Iu Hamburg, S. C, six negroes were recently mur-
rest, all hot ami very Jolly, ureal calcium
lumps paled the light of the full moon, and
soon the procession c.nie streaming by, mixed
and motley, for an hour and a hall all with
torch lights -Governors, Generals, Foreign
Commissioners, Trade Unions, orders at,d so
cieties all intermixed, manufacturer's wagons
burning fireworks, letting off Koinan candles, der.d because the military coinpsny tw which Ibey
6 . ... . . , i , - beinnced, Jeelmcd to open ranks fur the passage of a
and putting out our eyes with portable calc - bucullmUj two srhiie lords of creation.
UM, each according .to his fancy. Faces could FM5Clsco Junt UV, , ,,,, l0.d ,n6
not be distinguished, but all were enthusiastic MM faiput have heen reuorted. The di easeir
and hnipy. Where they went, or what fur- increasing in virulence, and more .tringent measures
ther show that night witnesserl, I know not. ' Mm demanded on the part of the part of the utficials.
but believe there were fireworks and powder The smallpox is now widely icaltered in all portion!
burnt regardless of expense. I got standing of the city.
' . . - i . I art T AC Til.:... .. 1 ; i , las m.
.. out ulv.oit i-.r niif in in linn AS ,m.IO. June uthii.i: viniuui"ii if u-
TIIEO. H. DA VIES
OFFERS FOR SALE
Now belnf dischargrd from the flue
BRITISH BARK " CLETA,"
ISI days from IJrerpool.
Tho cftrgo consists of a full assortment of
In large vnrletjf.
Fine and new Prlnta,
Rmb'd Muslins, White Cotl"P"t Penlm.
Karldles. Wool Shirts, Printed Shirts,
Neclc Tie, SUlt Cmbreltns,
plivt Jackets and Trousers,
AUCTION SALES. AUCTION A l.FS.
By E. P. AOAflV ByCaaWw
REGULAR CASH SALE!
On THURSDAY, Aug. 3rd,
At balpptul 0 A. II.. at SmIm Room.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prints, Muslins. Linsu Drills,
Bman Cotlont, While Coltont. Merino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchief",
IleiDmsd Linen Han Ike-chiefs.
Harvard Shirts, Fanoj Flannel Osershlrtt,
K7S7 o ol Slaawla!
Turkish Towelt for Bathing,
Blanket!, White Shirt. Araotlteaf xlenimt.
Amoskeag Stripes, Cotton Drill, lir.llianu,
Fins Tweed Suits, Had Quills.
Merino and Cotton Cnder.hirtt,
Felt and Straw lUtt, Ladie' Hnta,
Men'a Socks, Bridles and Bin.
Trarelinx Ba(t, Etc., Etc.. Ete.
Best Brandt Kerosene. Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines. Wrapping Paper,
Soda i racers. Clothes Pins. Uaiot,
Bacon. Candlet, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigart, Fine Taa, Ostlers,
Axe Handles, Salt, Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
Twenty Barrels Beef.
One FINE CARRIAGE HORSE,
very "at, aud fovd units r th sad lie, late toe property
of Mr. Charter.
E P. ADA-lfS. Anefr.
BlanSets, Twseds, DtfBs. Stationer,. MlM Mi ESTATE !
Gosm h i flue Perfumft
V Ivet Kuas and Car pelt,
KAXSO.MF. A SIMS'
fat : t ot
-aVsaaat k tRtav RUl I. aaststbslrota Kara ;
ri ta ariiitansa. tSssart. s aara fraa 1
haw asatpjp tvrih tsaau CataSaYa.
ji.. aa i,,,:,,! i- RaJasasJ
aaa ran - .t-jFn-' - iinastia.
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, ais tVaaa. li b,
aua, fatsstsatsa TlliTrn trsa a. aaa aaat Waimaa.
n rti i n - - '- .
f Mltia ft r I rra Iraaa Uaarassi.
taaaajtassar araanw.ti i ia Saasssaaat Cam.
-aattr Tlniail - txtaav tHajj BMBtat.
attas Haawa tlitita Qraaja. awta taabama.
SSataT taStaa. Rsaa. tVaaa Htaf
aaaw imi T " trasaHakw.
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tMaRaara Rasa.. T 1 1 f f Kataata.
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Mademoiselle Jenme Ci.ai-s By the steamer ,
Australia this fair and talented nrtislc arrived at
Honolulu, and although the had not intended to
Hop ucrc, an unforwen accident altered bar plan',
and decioed bcr to remain over tor a month. For
this accident the Honolulu pulilic tnty well feci
traieful, and we trntt tbe result will prove that j
Md'lle Claus w ill have no reason lo re i: ret Ihe change
in her plant. She piopotct to favor us w ith a scries,
of concert, the first of w hicti w ill be clvcn at Hie
R.ival Hawaiian Theatre on Tuesday evenirrj; of the
coniiuc week, and Irom what we can learn of licr
carver Iroiu lha (strn'r of San Francisco, Sidney,
Melbourne and Hoi.gkotic, we are confident that
Honolulu's uinsic htVlaR population ute about to
enj iy a treat such at it it rarely blessed with.
Wherever the ha been the bat appeared before
larjjc audiences, and her inimitable excculiou ol ae
b'Ctiou fmm Hsjdcti, Mendelssohn, Morait, Rebcr,
Vieuttcnri, Joschiul and other masters, have al
wty been received witli the tuott rapturous up
piause. It it aaid that when tbe appeal on the
tage violin iu hand, the lady is lost in Ihe conipotcr,
o absorbed is the in those diviuc compositions.
She was educated in Paris, beinc a pupil of Vieux
temps, and tbe ableat critic tank ber w iih the first
living violiuitt of the world. No one can afford to
be abtrot Irom tbe promised plcaturc ol Tuesday
.For the Hawaiian Gazette.
EffM rnH'inii.-il l'otirlli t" July in
T. M. S. S. ArsTitALiA, July 21, 1870.
Dkab vjazettk : Being, as I Iwlicve, the
only one of tlie Haw aiian iielcrjatinn wlio was
jirosent at thcnotaUc Fourth of July exercises
in Philadelphia, I may be expected to report
vhat I saw and heard on that great Centennial
Monday, the 3d inet., was preceded by a
night of sweltering heat. The city rapidly
filled up during the day with armies of visi
tors from all parts. Military regiments were
arriving everv hour. The West Point cadets
a Jbsr utrawttre were conspicuous about the Ccntcruikl grounds
an., as lc r sa. . , , ,
. m their grav and white uniforms. A large
TlJaas u .t OJIIL T" y "f P''""l"lr .lr..aa.l IlltliatlS from
laM ai n it. assaaiiia ressrar for Canada made a great sensation on Chestnut
. . siri-t As the day advance.!, the whole city
rje-' S. afr,,l1JJ blossomed out in flags of every color and na
tionality, among which the broad sheet of stars
and stripes waved predominant. Flags shim
mering everywhere, from the size of a dime
topsail, and thick, as
ang leaves on .Miuanu rnaa.
Having packed for the morrow's homeward
at--, m a - Bstw Rasa
mi i Ocasan mmt.
- li. faaal aantHTat ni-rs
III . Rat I III atattaa .asa.
taStv Rtlaawa, aJaTaSSKtnc
aajBaaaajaar ft . J Fasts. M.-l"
tv Ia-1 JhaS Val tV-ral last nftda at-. of
aOlaaar" J"'? Rjt
SSaats RSJ W laaa- r-"
a - amrata RsR 9wk
-to sit n rag to that of a brig's
" bd ' S.iiiKiiig loaves on Nmi:
rs tmrsv Having packed for tl
IswnrtS - journey, I made a parting visit to the great
saast aassaa. s 4a sa-srira- Centennial, where so manv davs of enjoyment
. HHMA-. 1J a lasap. .. . ... I ,. . ...
2 a. SS
. -. iasaaaa '' ' es aara
tars Cvata. M JAcs 4-aar.
sat starts. M rrs MM
at aWaJS trssv II cs rtalera.
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and fatigue had been spent visited for the first
time the Women's Pavilion, with its very rich
specimens of woman's work made up some
deficiencies in the I". S. Gov't, building, notic
ing the lighthouse system, the immense ar
rangement of Indian dress, implements, stc
visited the French Engineers' building" with its
wonderful models of bridges, dock", rrer im
provements, etc. Took an hour's turn in the
Art aunexe, to revisit some lovely, noble pic-
r amct wsaaj. aaatrstst lst-t turfs, which had left an impression from among
aaatjat tarraal. tavta atww, s eons , e many thousands rapidly and industriously
glanced at, in a previous nicmorauie nay s
hard labor, and made a hurried tour aronud a
range of Slate buildings, in each finding some
thing to admire and remember.
In the Connecticut building was the very gun
-rith which Putnam shot the wolf! In the
still unfurnishad, but stately California build
ing, were columns panelled with their bril
liant polished woods, among which, not sur
passed in beauty, shone our own Jutbtoi, re
christened " Tomano." Man is said to be never
happier than when he has more than he can do.
But when, as in those fifty miles of aisles, all
splendid with every work of art and curiosity
of nature, one has a hundred times more than
i'm! Ill lietl for another swclteritrg night.
Tuesday morning, the great Ccotenuial Fourth,
the sun rose early, clear and hot tn do his purt in the
ceremonies.. Paid my bill, got my bnyguge to iho
l'onn. It H. Cepot, and started it off tor Omaha by
7-j0 train, and by 8 o'cl..clt had found ttmdicg
room or, some convenient steps on the aba-ly si le f ,
Chestnut St. near Tttl, not tar fri.in Indei-cndeiice
Hall, having first rsooaoittrad Independence Square
where mj seat would bo. or rather my fritud Hitch- 1
Click's seat. My own commrsan.n had lingered too .
long among Washington red-tape I" be back in time
to secure tue a ticket so I look careihai bit at least,
should do g"od tervice in bis absence. The great
military show pa. act by for an h-ur and a half. The
tall handsome form ot Gov. llartranlt, in civilian
drets, lead, the procession, his richly attired staff fol
luwiug. A long arr.iy of loluutecr und nllltia rrgi- i
merits follow -many" won splendid band-, all iu
brightest array leciments from Providence, from j
.Massachusetts and Xcw York, uinny fn in Penn.yl j
vania, oue from Richmond. Ibe gallant young corps ,
ol cadets rolu Best I'nint. most ranoasiy cneereo,
and scarce y less so, the young band of soldier's or
phans and the Aaaapwlll cadets. The renowned sev
enth rcgioient of New Y .rk were there in their per
fect disci). hue. about 501) strong. Perhaps lO.lillU
troop, marched by. Though small compared with
tbe array ir w ir. ii ws doubllest the largc-t mu.-tcr
,,l icniinuer troops at Iheir own co.-t f.r gala day
ever made and wilh Ihe vast and joyous crowds,
Ihe gay interminable lines ..flirigbl banners, arid ibe
m .rlial music ol sj uiaiiy bauds, was au inspiriting
As the lasl rank twept by. near ten o clock, I
hastened to lake possession of u.y assigned seat ou
the platform in the rear of the orator's stand in the
litispendence Square. This stand was placed about
120 teet from Iho South Ir int of Ihe Hull, looking
t.iulb nver tha square towards Walnut street. The
whole square in frout was open to the genera, public.
On a tloping platform in the tear, extending to t'..e
hall, and tbeltered by awningt, were constructed
tome 1200 seats on rude benches. These were lira
bened in correspondence with ihe tickets i-tued. Re
porters seU were near and on each side of the stand.
An area of chain reserved for distinguishc 1 guests
was immediately in the rear of the Hand. For a
while I conscientiously kept my assigned place strata!
100ft. from the stand, at did the very p.uile and or
i'asla tTttiadaj. Commissioners arouud me, of all
nationalities, among whom I ob.trved Japanese !
rrentleuien. with those peculiarly long irregular fea
ture! ollen represented in pictures ol Japauc.-e laJies,
hut whollv unlike Iho common Japs we ure familiar
with. The teats begin to fill, as tbe crowds throng
into the tquare, and the orchestra fills the great
music tt.qd opposite to us. The chairs in front begin
to be occupied, but I have no one to tell tt.e names
of the great men. But here c .met short jolly She i
dan wiib cheers hit lace is nol to he mistaken and
there surely is the over restless figure of Sherman,
wilh those lironie.1 wiry features, liul I have a Weil
tirnite.1 programme, and soon after tome preliiuiniry
strains by the ochesira, Uen. Hawlcy introduces to
the astcmbly as itt presiding officer. Vice President
r'crrv, in the absence of General Grant. He is a
comparatively young man, with a long brown beard.
He malits a brief addrets, and call m llishnp Sttrtai
lo pray. Afler this. Holmes' hymn of welcome it
sung wilh great spirit and power.
Then followed the most exciting scene of the day,
when the inayur of the city brought lorward in ils
frame, the original pa-chment of the lleclaralion of
Independence, with the actual manuscript ot ils im
mortal tigners, and raised il high before the val as
sembly. The enthusiasm is intense. It seemed as if
the whole assembly would rise bodily into ihe air, or
elte would fall down and wnrship it, like a god. This
utter carrying away ol such a oouy w pe .pw oy me
emotions of reverence snd ardent patriotism cvked in !
the sight of that dear and venerabte document . trgned j
in solemn couraee and holy consecration, made good
in tbe long and bloody conflict of the Fathers, snd
crowned at last by tbe new Nation's Liberty and
glorious enlargement in the sight of thit charter of
the nation's Freedom, on which was the nation's first
birth-cry wat written the wtole boJy to liricd up
out of ordinary thought aud feeling into lofty and in
expressible emotion in the presenco of such a sacred
token this was a t ectnC'C seldom to be witnessed
in men'i lifetimes. Il wa many uiinntct before the
assembly could cilm itself down to li.ten to the fami
liar words, at the tall form of Richard Henry Lee
aarance lto read lactn tho descendant and name
take of one of the signers.
Next in order, the Emperor of Blast) wat intro
duced by the Vice President, aud a hymn was per
formed which he had caused to be composed for ihe
cccasion by a Bratilian Sltlat, Ihe emperor standing
during the performance ,(I bad previously had the
privilege of meeting Ihis noble old genttcman, and
accompanying him lor half an hour, one early morn
ing, in hit inspection of the work) of the Portable
Forge Co.. whose manufactures he had largely or
deied for Ihe Uratilian army. This opportunity was
due to the kindness of Col. Forbel Ibe manager of
The poet of the day was then introduced. Bayard
Taylor, a tall and somewhat stalely uan, grille. I
and florid, who pronounced his splendid poem, with
high oratorical grace and lavor. I wat able to hear
many ot Ibe grand vertes, having worked up nearer
Iu th stand, in aecoruance with what I somewhat
late discovered lo b Ibe system pursued by a large
portion of my crowd. In get at near at possible and
I much regretted nut to have discovered and acted on
the svstem sooner. A triumphal march was perform
ed and toward tbe hour of noon, the orator of lb
day. Win. W. Erartt wat presented. Hit thin pale
features bad bren conspicuous on the stand from tba
beginning. He bowa exprestively and begint. Th
matte on the outskirts of tbe crowd begin to dit
perte. and the mnrrment extends more and more
towards the centre, as they find tne tpeakar's wordt
inaudible. Some of those in front of me leave, and I
changed, or at least not changed for the better, lie
has been confined to his room for the pact four days,
and aabibitt a.tmptoini of extreme. physical prollra
tion. He hns a low form of feuer resulting from ma
laria, and his pbysicia s have some apprehensions of
ils assuming a typhoid character.
A dispatch from Berlin lo ibe Daily Teleiraph 'ays
that Austria propostt declaring ber provinces adjoin
ing Servn and llcriegovina in a Hate of siege in or
der to caecx gn wiog sgiration.
Kiaruet Pasha , ex-President of the council of min
isters, is dead.
M .re trouble, in the shape of riotous demonstra
tions, is expected to occur i i llelgian cltie- if the Ma
loti cabinet is continued in office. It it rumored tbnt
IT in. I. pom. Id is hostile to the L'ltrauluntalics.
It is whispered that Disraeli and Bismarck are act-T
ing together on their sgreeuicut as tu the ticalment j
a! the Turkish question.
The Pr ncc Imperial Lnuii Napoleon, will visit I
Philadelphia iu September.
It it now believed that the European powert will,
remain neutral in the Servian troubles.
The exchange question in Calcutta is sorely de
pressing nt Ihe present lime among the Anglo-Indian
people and general bankruptcy is talke I of.
A corrc-pondent from Vienna reports that 25.000
I Russian volunteers are ready I" inarch lo the assist
ance of Servia, ai.il have asked the Roumanian gov- i
eriMmnt f.r peiuiissi.n lo pass through Ut territory.
This proposition emliarrnsies Rnumania.
In the House of I urds. the Earl of Derhy, in reply
: to a question by Eirl Dunleigh (Conservative), laid :
M I cannot advise Parliament to abrogate the dcclnra-
i lion or tbe Treaty of Paris, that a neutral flag pro-
1 teots nn enemy's goods, except contraband i-f war.
i This declaration has been in lorcc for iwctity years.
, England has prr-ted it upon other governments, and
' if she now withdraws it, ir would raise a tuspiciun
I that she wat preparing for war."
On the 14th of July an explosion occurred no the
' turret ship Thon lerer while the wat making her
i trial Irip near Portsmouth, Eng. 21 person! wet
1 killed and 112 wounded.
Vienna ht had nn earthquake which rung Ihe church
bells, and continued screral seconds, but did no dam-
NEW ADVKKTISKM KNTS.
Till: PAOnC BASF. It I.I. CI.I'R ARK
requested lo meet on thellround In the rear of the
Cuttnm House, THIS DAY, nt tialfpatt I P. It
H03.lt. PER ORDER.
LIVERPOOL and LONDON and GLOBE
HtVK F.ST till. IS3Il.lt AX AOKXtY IX
IRiNOl.n.C. for the Hawaiian Islands, and Ihe un
filed are prepared to write rtsas against
(made expressly for the Island trade,)
Beretnnia Street !
Baas' s Ale,
Blf-od, U olfe it CVf Ale,
Kdmund'H piff brand Purter,
Fins Rrar.dy. Whisky,
bberry and other Wloea, Alcohol.
Jams and Jellies,
Iea .t Perrln's Sauce,
Palms aud Oil,
Iron Hoop, Wire Fence
BY CEDES OF C. H. LEWEBS, ESQ.,
WEDNESDAY, - September 20,
At II o'clock, noon, on the premises, will be otTered
at Public Auction, (if cot prevloualy told at
THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY
on the corner of BeretanLi and Alakfa Sts., now
owned and occupu J by L 11. towers, Kq,,
With nil tbe Buildings aud Improvements
ThP prr mtsrs hive n frontiBr ut abont Ml fret on Bere
tanla (roi-t and a d-pth of about T5fevto AlaVteatret.
Da- Lmvmim House U well and -'..'i-'.c !:. .1 , la two
and a half siorie in lielfiit. with . . tit fmnt and
rar. On Uv first 11'Kir a large and handsome Parlor,
SpHdous Miilt. sttMnK Koum, 1 Inlng HMM, I"amry and
.store .Knoti, Four ante Bed Hoomn, with t'loseW and
l.alh BOMB on I'pPr Floor. Government watfr la laid on
First and Second KkHirw
In the rear is a large and Complete Kltcben, Two
Carriage Houses, Stable. Wiisii House. Ac. The Grounds
are Covered with a Variety of TruplraJ and Imported
Trees and Plants.
Tlie Whole F-atate Is In everv respect flrst class, and wi ll
worthy lur attention Hint esiimlnatlon of any parties de
slnttg a handsome an 1 rrMVement dwelling in pleasant
and centrally located sltuailon ft' TITI.K. PUfBCt
For further Information, apply uii the premises, or to A.
J. C'urtwrlgUt, tlso.
B, l. HUMS. Auct'r.
Corrugated Itooling, Bar Iron,
Galvauizcd and Hollow Wure,
Tin ware, knives and forks.
131191 PIANO FORTES,
Pipes, Flower Pott, tiirtlieii-ware. Glass-ware.
Leather Bellini; Celebrated Mllcale Paint,
Vegetable Miicbloery Oil,
Powell DnlTryn Steam Coal,
For Sale or For Lease.
A 11 DSilI II I OTTAiF. PI.E4SAXT.
ly located. Willi Karden. Ac. containing parlor, three
.ra'driMima. two closets, dining room, kltrl.en and
pantry, bathroom, m-rvants hoiiae, rarnasre boose and
stable all very convenient, and in perfect order. Apply to
451 if IIUII0 8TANGENWAI.1. M.I).
C11TI7.F..M ASH BSUBBiraas F IIOVO.
I.fl.17, Visiting Friend! and Sltraogers generally art
conliallv Invited to attend Public Worship at FORT ST.
CHURCH, Wastes BcrTatta are held every Sabbath at 11
o'clock A. M..and TS P. M. Seats are provided for all
ami mav lie pleased to attend. There Is a Wednesday
evening Prayer Meeting at 7 "a o'clock. In the Lecture
Room, to whli h all are welcome. M ly
Tiif. Bavn im as Enwt jt..
occupied at present hv Sir I'litlnghoon It for tale.
For partlculats inquire of MM. CIII XIIHOIIS or T.
FIRE OX Bl 1LD1XG, MERf H.VMISE AJiD
favorable termi. Itasca liromplly Biljualcil
mill imtnlili' lien .
1)01 (m BISUOPA CO.
AHUPUAA OF HONOKAHAU
For Sale !
Columbia River Salmoh.
RECEIVED THIS DAY IEn
14 days from Portland,
Ilarrels S.ALMHN I1EL1.IKX,
Half barn It ditto dllto,
Uulf barrels No I KAUtOaT.
For sale bv
(not) mil l i s a To.
THE RIGHT ARTICLE FOR FAMILY USE I
More Et'onomlcnl tlinn V.t.nl I
Wilder & Co.
TERMS TERT FAVORABLE !
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
EXCELLENT INVESTMENT !
Hunt: BEE INKritrtTED BY JIBS,
x. s. uollKltTSOX. Guardian of Flormce Robert
ton, lirnoe Itobertton. and Alexander O. M. Itoberfon,
minora, I shall offer for sate ,n fionl of the liovernmenl
BuUdtnga In iberltyof llonulnlu, on SAT! BDA V lllf
l-'lll Day r Al Ul'Nr. A. D. IHJ9, nl the hour of
13 o'clock ut nnoti, the Ahnpuaa of llonokubau, under a
llcros- from the lion. Charles C HarrU, Associate Judge
..f lha Sllllrama I'llUrl alttlllB IIS Pro'uite J UdgC.
The said Atiupuaa la a part of the estate of tbe late
llono able (leorge M. llidsertaon, and la situated In bona,
Hawaii, exten.llug irom sea io mouiiiain, anu sal uc av
by luaoclent raiondarles. The title Is perfect, nnd all the
Interest In the said estate, not i.nlv of the aforesaid
minors, but iff all other persons will lie dd.
1 be Ahupuaa of itonokahau It must favorably ailu.ted,
conulnt a large area of wood land and an eicellenl Flab
Tund and ttshlng right: la tl rusted In the delightful region
of North Koua. near to Katlua. and containl a large qoan
tlty of Ihe best possible land for the cultlralion of coffee,
orangea and other frulu. and Is admirably titled f..r other
agricultural products. The land has never been surveyed,
but is said lo conbUn about aooo acres or more.
It will be offered at an upset price ol t . . .. . and the terms
will be most liberal jeoo of the purchase money to be paid
on delivery of the deeds, and the balance in 4 equal nolet
p.iyable In 1. 1, 3, and t year respectively wlta lawful ln
ta.re.1 payable annually as-cured mortgage on the premises.
But the purchaser ma, If he chosea. pny a larger portion
of the purchase money or the whole of It on delivery of
At Ibis Is a Guardian l ta e. anu ail tne proceeas oi uie
m TTts. enow Ung.
Bast ra Bar, i'f.t.1 aaal tttl.
.CO J tin Has. Me. a S Jtlitastai t.
ttSs.J SrtirlTev. i lca '
. t ir l.na all- Csaas-
f asr T lasatx K
Pim . tastua J mm
eafaw t.l HJ St- Ststatr, Bolx
ttta Tltttan - ars! la! Gee Viilhlawi
ttsar - Q M wraaaa. Aaajraat l.t Haasey
1,4 a w.taaa atsaWsBi sasal ssw lsktin.
IMaittjad t?Ss He eausrj School.
sale must be Invested as a trust fond, under the directron
nf tha I'nnrt. Il la n..t doiiMed. that If It becomes desirable
work closer up. but in tbe general confusion, can catch j for the purch.aer the tnd, ltd. and sth not may teat
" , J? . . lowed to remain on the property for a loogei period If the
Soon the bell ringt out tbe hour of noon, and I
have to leave ihe grand and memorable toene. and in
le-s than an hour, am tending a latt look baek at
we swiftly past the long imposing linet ot the Cen
tennial Buddingt, and speed westward Homeward I
At Harrisburg we meet the advanc of a ttorm which
hat workad terrible desolation io Iowa, but which
cjnlt the scorching air. Wa had a comfortable
inurnev to O.uaba and nerost the mouctaint aod tbe
hitcrt-st is D.ii.I r cniarlr.
This fur itsUesau etlraordlnary opportnnlty for pennnt
with small means to secure for Uiemtetve an eligible
location of a profitable description.
j; CUAd. M. COOKE. Auctioneer.
HAT VKRT HESIRABI.E DWELLIXO A I)
B Premises. Ko 150 Nuuanu Avenue, containing par
I -..a itlnin riaim. bedroom, dressing Tuom. China, and
desert,' reaching always the eool Paeite ihore! on the ! clothe cloteta on flrst floor, basement under all; three
. W. . . I ..A a-,. a-IfaHsss and runirv eaaaasaetaat nt.O
evening of ihe llth. Ibis ship is ibe precise c . unlet
COIini'G'ATED IBO.H. In Sheet of , 7, and 8 feet
Calvanized Piping, MaadlMto. wid!
Fence Wire, ;
HOOP Iron,"- assorted;
Sheet Lead, ortcd :
Lead Piping, i-nmcb;
Black Iron Wire, o. to Ul
Tin Plates, assorted, at
595 J.n F. A. 8CHAEFER A Cos'
Cor. of Fort & Merchant Streets,
IMPORTER and DEALER IN
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
Chsmical Acids and Patent Medicines
j COMI1jBTB XjXPB jd ov
TOILET AND FANCY GOODS
ON WEDNESDAY. - - AugtWt ,
At 10 o clock a. St.. at -awn . wttl M taSS.
A general sssort tnent of
Clothing. Hat3, Shoos,
Kegs of Sugar,
Cases of Breads
At 11 a'doe.
A CHOICE LOT OF FLANTS,
, ocod senile oroa.o whjnjaama
,e'ntle ntMS 'hsuws. ss-VIss asal hrMla).
C. H. B.tKTOW. AaeTr.
SAM'L C. WILDER,
Ageat for the HAWaiiaa Itlanda,
MUTUAL LIFE 1NSURRANCE COWIIf
of r.-w loss.
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD !
IT.T CASH I
Now is a Good Time to Insure
Hone But First-Clm Risks Taken
3M 3m OFTICB TlTll w ILSSKSt a Cta
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
OX ut; ts 111. r TUUU A COSVKS.
IKNT Kamll residence.
Bovcrol Bulldins XtOts.
JAMEW S. LKMOX.
For particular apply lo
THE HOI 4K LATELY Oi I FIEB
jg by r r. 5. M tarter, sniiaieii at ina- cvairva wa .
S ala and I onroiaia 1 ls. i-Liail naiiiii ' .""a"
atelr. Apply at Ul fc ,
Mi lin MAtvtWAfttorrnF
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
AM mil i: i nits tk HI l.toK SHI A
PLAIN-.. Ikv.iral.ly tlluat.d Tor i.ol:dln purpose, s'
nr amle nt reasjonaoie on' e'v ru. -. - r
ra enquire of 1' Saas
si. n. VOLT..
CHAS. T. R0DOEES, M.D .
PUT Hit It Al r .
IllS.-e ailjolnlna II Slrehs Drug Claire, ror-.r of
Fort and Hotel street. Honololo. lot"
WE I MDER.HIt.M.lt llIHt.
Thorn J. Wlikli.aain. of I lupsuaaaa. a
all persona Indebted u sal.i estate In
payment, and all rMra..ns haslna li
ealate to present the same wltbln U
JVM KM SMYTH, Adiulnlalralor.
Ulupalakua, June 3, 1ST.
r and rrn'ral Uw ai .... in. -an.e lanaa.
1 lrten iw-cuin,d until now e i'l'I. W. C. Jones
afiUsW a a law onVe ; alsai suitable fi.r a restrtenee
tf-SM. Apply to Ill'lfO STANlllt.NWAI.ls. M.D.
part or the Zealandia, but without her crowd and
consequent discomfort. Th quiet and rest of this
Itsoolh passre it refreshing efter the exeittng drir
of the put three month wilh itt 8200 miles behind
Wo wish we eonld bring the seeded aod longed for
intelligence that the Treat; bill bad pasted the Se
nate, but il seem, to be quite certain that a majority
ol the Senate will rote for it aod no ordinaf; hinder
aatso will hare prevented Mr. Sargent from bringing
it np for their aetion latt week. Judge Atleo. whom
I law at Washington on tbe 26lh nit., expresses tbt
utmost confidence in tbe Senate's favorable action at
an early day, although the unforeseen delay in their
action had been a fearful trial to bit patience, at it
has beta to all initialled. S. S. Bmor.
rooms nn second floor, kitcl.en and pantry connected, also
with basement beneath. -bathing and washroom, carriage
bouse, stable, f.iwl bouse, Ac. Iu order. Apply to
Ana 10, ut tf J- H. WOOD.
ALSO the cottage and premises adjoining, with six
rooms, kitchen, bathroom, ervsnt' room stare room,
it able, and carriage house.
More Lime !
BOI.I.I.S at CO.. HATE RECEITED per tbe
Murray " and "M- B- Roberta,
300 Barrels Bent California I.inte !
Which will be aold at the lowest price. In other word,
we will not be UNDERSOLD in that article.
California Potatoes and Oniona !
A small quantity received per tbe Murray."
Wl- For Sal by BOLLE8 A CO
Perfumery, ITair Oil, Soap Toilet and Sa
chet Powder, Combs, Hair Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, &c.
BATH, SURGEON & CARRIAGE SPONGES,
STAB MILLS MEDICATED PAPER !
PARTICULAR ATTEXT10X PAW TO
SUPPLYING PHYSICIANS, SHIPS
AND PLAN1A TIONS WITH
pt Phyticiani Prescription carefully prepared
Day or Night waa
eg lyr (Sight Ball)
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
MEW GOODS TO ARRIVE !
BARQUE G A NOMA :
JOSEPn ROSPER. MASTER,
DIE OX OR ABOI T THE Olh JIXY 91 EXT,
1 It' . M OLASOUW,
mire tl?ot nyxiTTX' PTMVHT i
1)1) I. J DiiUl ft taaaaJ VaJaUUSi
Rett Bar Iron, asaortod size ;
BeatHboet Iron, aaaorted lte ; Pis Iron,
A rlXEAftSOIlTJIE.MT ISVOItE OF st.tlllll
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
Tint While I.tad, Tint White Zinc Palot,
Tina Uenulne Red I ..-...!.
Tina Black and Blue Paint.
Drum Bollssl Unseed Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH i
BEST BLACKSaiTII COAL,
BEST STEAM COAL.
Annealed Fentln Wire, aaaorted lltea,
Qalvanlaed Kencine Wire, all the.
Galvanised Bucket, aaa. u ted sixes.
' A General Assortment of Supe
Fancy Prints, While Cotton.
Handkerchiefs, Gingham , Coatemes, aaaorted,
Tweed, assorted ; Broadcloth, Coatinf .
ALSO, A FULL ABSOBTJIEST OF
Brandies, In Cases and Casks;
Geneva, In Cases and Casks;
Ceneva, In Baskets:
IRISH AID SCOTCH WHISKIES. In cat
and cas ;
81'PEKIOB PORT, NUEBKIEN, in case and
SIPERIOR BSASDS OlAaPAfiSE.
quart and ptnt ;
BEST I.DIA PALE A I.EM. Quarts and Pint
."JeEYVAVt POBrER, Quart and puis;
BASH ALE, Quart and Plata.
NORTH WEST MI
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Port, King and Merchant Streets.
SALES MADE TO ARRIVE
Nor' Wtt I inch Bosrit, Nor" VTe.t U Plaals.
Nor' Wit U in. Plank. J, 3. and 4 ia. Plaak,
Nor' West Tongood A v. I Bor I, , 1 an 1 U
Nor' Watt Surface. 1. 1 in. IJ tn 1 li.
Nor West .Seantlin(, all tl.
Nor' West Timber, all lit,
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES
Per W. H. Almy,
A CHOICE CARGO
LUMBER ! !
1 lich Board li. I), sad t lash.
Ron(h Sarfaeeil 1 io.. 11. It. J sad J Is. of
TUE BEST QCALITY.
Choice lot of Bed Wood Shingles
3 I S Pottt, Rod Waai ;
4 t i Pottt. Red Wood ;
4 s ( Post. Red Wood all T ft. loaf.
Alio, Bed Wood Split P.toU.
Ill SIZES M III IW SC&ITUK.
Roagb sad Clear.
EUSTIC SIDING, CAPB0ARDS,
Toon tnd Qroowi Boards, Ravi Wood ;
Toofso and Orooro-l Board , Bad Wood, li ;
Doors, Windows & Blinds.
ALL B11S3 ;
NAILS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
Oil, White Load, Zinc Paiat.
Chrosao Drttt, Pari Orsassj. Chratsa Too,
Bad Load. BlaekPiat. VantsSss,
Saw sod Burnt t'aibor, la oil.
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, Ac, Ac.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER.
pf Orders from tho other It lead UM wttk
oar and dispatch.
00 Urn, LXWUM a NCIMX.