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KrrlU hnbrrlbm tf-ft.03 In Adianrr,
OEco in new Garett Bull dine. 25 and 27
A Chrittraa Hymn.
I- stli- calm am. fllmlnlrtt:
Nrni a and red year and fiflT-ffaree
IIi4 Ttone tjeinir rowlnjj up tonitit.
And now wxf queen of land and rca
3Cn wn4 heard f cUrhing win .
p-ac hftoded o'er the hotbed domain
Apollo, l1Ui. Jotc and Star
ll.-M Usdlttnrbed their ancient re-r-i.
In the polrms -b.cj.i-1.1.
Tm in thr calm and vfltrat silent '
The Senator ef baaffcty lEone
Impatient srd fat t faartoti flcbi
frn lordly revel To4lln: bora.
THamnlial areb ;lcanilns well
HI brrart with thought trt booed away
In .he tofemn inMntht !
Within that provir.ee far away
WiiiI plodding hme wftty boor
A trk.r Hcht before him lav,
Fallen thmrh a haJf-atable door
Hrm bis path. He piMed tit twncbl
How Lem the tUrs bf cnjl y iboarbt .
VOL. XVIII.No. 52.
(T HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER
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- rpotatetl Al.KNTS rf U MadwRl. IstaMl
are aeii tm m tm iaare aMno w o ravoraii-
Onr "WnkhlnRtoa Letter.
VisncsaToX, ISoTcmbcr 23. 1&83.
Vailiincton is Cllicfj up curly this tout end fam
iliar faces and tnrn-OCU, the ucanl-cmrin-r of ft
brilliant season, art nppe&rinc on tlie avenue
every day. The sailed of asphalt and smooth paT
ic, make dririnc & greater pleassre here than in
any other city of the onion, tho teams being for
the most part, driven by their owners. I'retddent
Ax&bt, who has not yet resumed his winter
quarters at the White House, often drives m fruxn
the Soldiers Home, three miles oat of town, where
ho occupies one of the cotiagea, behicd a foor-m-hasd
team ol baytw llis favorite eted. howt!V(.r,
i a larce powerful gray, mounted upon v, hicb it is
no nnlreqaent siufct to lani ndinR quicth
aJonjj some cucniry road alone. In hid stable is a
loTely little black mare, which iw formerlj the
saddle borne of Mr. Arthur, and w Uch his jiretn
young daughter. Miss Nellie, somelimee ndis.
Secretary Frclinhuysen drives a jiair of blonded
bays, becretary Ghandltr ndes behinda a ba
and sorrel with a livened coachman una footman.
IXays fteem to hare the preference, SecretAry Lin
coln, Chief Justice Wtute and I'rofeiiMir Ut-11, dn
Tinq Tt-ry fine ouea. Secretary of the Treafcurj.
Folger. xuaLrs a departure, las span being iua.ua.
The Foreign Ministers all own fair horses, tUur-e
ot the Unuah MinistA'r, Mr. West, being borrel.
The Uuattian MUtlster has jOsl imported .1 new
camace from SL I'etersbnr. nhich i very od d
ana suhth. It is drawn by jet black horses with
Kold mounted harness. Ihe Chineso Minister
ali Jn Tea a black horse, .md the Japanese minis
ter a high stepping pair of bays with thort cropped
tails. Ihe historian llancroft, ho is in the
eighties, with some white hair and beard, is one
of the most familiar figures in our street, riding
a fine bay for several hours every bright da .
Oae of the events of the month was the transfer
of the camui&nd of the armies of the United States
from Gen. bherman to Gen. xiiendan, the former
having attained his sixty-second j ear, at which
time officers are retired. General Sherman is
universally acknowledged to be one of the half
dozen great generals of the day. His meteor-like
march through Georgia, followed by.his masterly
sweep Northward, aroused more enthusiasm than
was inspired by any other events during tho war.
lie is very popular personally, a tall. lean, Keen
eyed man, with a weather-beaten face, warm
hearted, but bluff and brusque in his manners.
He would bo a most formidable candidate for the
Presidency, were it not that his family are Catholics
and very zealous. Mrs. Sherman, who is a power
in the Church, has been decorated by the i'ope,
and one of bis sons is a priest
THE GEZEX.I OTEDmoS.
Another matter which attracts universal atten
tion at present, is the Conrt of Inquiry into the
failure of tho Greely relief expedition, which was
sent out I art J one with stores to bo deposited on
Littleton Island. Some one has blundered. The
probability now is that if Lieut Greely and his
party have escaped from being murdered by the
natives, and have not succumbed to the rigors of
the Arctic winters, that they will die of starvation,
their own supplies having been long ago ex
hausted. Lieut. Greely was stationed here for
several years in the signal service, and was a great
favorite in society, and his beautifol )oung wife
with her two little children are tho objects of
great sympathy. Owing to the lateness of the
season when the failure of the relief expedition
became known, it was impossible, on account of
tho ice, to send another out until spring, so that
it will now be at least a year before the fate of
these brave explores can be known. It is only a
little more than a year ago since the coantrv lay
horrified by the tragic ending of Capt. De Long
and his party, but in spite of that and a lung list
of previous disaster?, the fascination of Arctic ex
ploration is such, that any new expedition finds
willing recruits from the flower of each service.
Distinguished visitors to the capital at present
aitaMonsseignor Capel.the guest of Mr. Corcoran,
who is a Protestant, and l'ere llyacinthe, who is
being entertained by a Presbyterian Divine. It
makes us feci a little as if the millenium had
come, and the lion had lain down with the lamb,
l'ere llyacinthe announces his mission to be the
reformation of tho Catholic Church, which he in
itiated several years ago by declaring against the
celebacy of priests, cxemplifyug his views ith
great consistency by marrving an American lady.
Although bis sermons hare been entirely tu Trench,
his oratory is so wonderful that ho has been fol
lowed by crowds wherever he has spoken. The
interest in the Luther anniversary exercises here
was intense and universal among Protestants: a
statue of him was to have been dedicated on that
day in front of the Luther Memorial Church, near
Thomas Circle, but as tho iwdestal was not com
pletedthe ceremony was deferred. The statue is
nearly twelve feet high, and is similar to the prin
cipal figure in the famous group at Worms. It
represents Luther in a standing position, in the
clerical robes of that age.
In literary circles the anonymous author of "'Ihe
Bread Winner," in the Century is very much in
demand, and when he chooses to announce him
self will bcetfd to his heart's content Meantime
a great many people, authors and otherwise, nre
enjoy mc little temporary fame from being sup
posed to be tho great unknown. Mr. XordboiT
issue to books this month, one of them an old
one republished, entitled, Man-of War Life; a boy's
experience in the United Stales Navy. 'Ihe other,
also a book for young people is called "God and
the future Life," which, as its sub-title denotes, is
a work on Natural Theology for youth, composed
mainly of arguments showing the reasonableness
of Christianity. Another book issued this month
by a Washington author is Dolly, an old story by
Mr. Jlurnctt, reTiscd and under a new name, "Vag
abondia. An interesting volume just published
by A- D. Worthington fc o., of Hartford, Conn.,
is called "Our Famous Women.' This handsome,
well-wnlten book, contains thirty monographs,
critical and biographical, of representative Ameri
can women. 1 ho spiritual valao of this book out
weighs even the large value ef its interesting facts
for not a life in it is trivial, while many are noble,
and a few great, both in aspiration and achieve
ment Two Washington women appear in it Mrs. ;
Uarcett, whose biography is written irith a great
deal of detail by Elizabeth Hryant Johnston, and
Mary Cleroens,now Mrs. Hudson, who has prob- ;
ably been known to yon for many years as the
Washington correspondent of the Indtpendtut. .
She receives, by the way, from this position, five
thousand dollars a j ear. isho is at liberty to write
as much as she pleases for other publications, in !
the way of stories, poems, etc., but she is pledged .
not to contribute Washington Correspondence to
any other paper. . . m ..
t.'e have all been reading lately. Trollope s ad
mirable aatobiograpy, and discouraged and impe
CTnious authors have taken heart and girded them
selves anew at finding that during the first tender
years of bis novel writing, he only received tmniy
tW. His accounts of his mother also offer cn
couragemciat in tho fact, that although, she did not
begin writing until she waB fifty, she produced be
tween that and scveutysix, one hundred and
seventeen books, beginning with the "Domestic
Minnerb of the Americans."
Congress meets next week, and as it is to be
democratic and President making, an active cam
paign is expected. A member of the Cabinet has
announced that President Arthur will be a candi
date for nomination.
Death of Captain Dillingham.
Captain DillinRhan, who visited these islands in
16G7. in command of the Blue Jaelxi, died Nov 13.
As many of our readers were acquainted with ltd
Captain and his wife, we clip the following bio
graphical sketch from the Dofton JoninaK Capt,
Dniiaghaa was a near relative of Mr. H. F. Dill
ingham of this city.
"Capt, James S. DOUngham, jr., of the mail
fihip riMoct, Brazilian Line of steamers, died at
Brooklyn N. W Nov. 13, the day after his arrival
from lUo Janenio. He was 50 years old, and had
followed the sea since his majority, las marine
life was marked with great energy of character,
and many trying occasions proved his capacity for
the exigencies of his profession. Ho rce rapidly
to command, and when first officer of the ship A a
M, of Boston, dismasted by a cyclone in the
Southern seas, his conduct received the commend
ation of the owners and underwriter, supported
by a handsome testimonial of their approval, lie
commanded several ships before the war, and on
his return home, daring the llebelliou, he served
as acting master on the steamer llkode Ilad nn
der Capt Trenchard. The service not agreeing
with him, he procured his dischargo and again
embarked in the merchant marine, commanding
the ship Show Squall and made the remarkaolo
escape from under the guns of the Confederate pri
vateer Tmttatw that won him a national reputa
tion. His ship was wrecked subsequently, ,and
while returning Lome, a passenger on the bark
Jm..m, the vessel was captured by the Fttrtda,
on board of which he was a prisoner for ten days.
-He afterward became captain of the shin Ww
J at Lit. which sprung aleak after leaving Hono
lulu, and for rnnety days the ship teas under her
pirnta. the anxiety regarding which impaired Lis
health so that he was ready to leave the sea and
' embark in mercantile business. This proved un
JortzsAte, bat daring its continuance he became
Hawaii1.1i Gazette Supplement Dec, 19
actively engaged in public matters. He was a mera
ler of the Common Council for five years, 'C9, 70,
'71. '72, 73, the last three president of that body,
and member cx-officio or the School Board, lie
was an ardent Ilepublican, a zealous ttmpentnee
worker, a prominent member of the Walnut Street
M. 11. Church, and for several years superintendent
of its Sunday School, and to every work be gave
hii most intense support. He wan charter member
and Cist regularly elected Master of llobert Lash
Lodge. F. t. A. M a companion in Scekinah
Chapter, and a Templar in Palestine Commanderr.
Failing in business ho becamo captain of the ship
Fleetwood, in the Java trade, from which island he
wrote a number of lettera tolbe Jnraf describing
from his own observation, the ancient rums of
Hindu temple, regarding w hicb there is no history,
that excited much attention. On the voyage from
Java he had an nttaci of the Java fever, the effects
of which clung to him, weakening his constitution
and opening the wr.y to attacks from other causes.
He next commanded the ship Mmhui, and on his
p.HiefromSaa Francisco toCjuais was attacked
y pneumonia, tthtch left upon him the pulmonary
trouble which eventuated in his death, lie had
t-.ii led tbrw vuvapea in the Vwt, and was re
spected for his probcicccy as a sailor, hubur-iness
zeal and sound commercial perception which qual
ified him as an adviser. He was a native of Har
wich, Capo Ox, hat has residi-d since early !,-;,-boirti
The remains of Capt, Dillingham arrived in Cbii
hea 'I horsday. Iho funeral was held atthe Wal:.ut
St. M. 11 Church, of which he was a member, Fri
day afternoon, Iter. Dr. W. F. Mallalieu, assisted
by tho pastor, lEcv. Mr. Horr, officiating. Ihe
remarks of Mr. Mallalieu were m st touching and
comforting to tho mourners and friends. 'Ihe
Masonic fraternity was largely represented.
The singing by an excellent male quartette, was
most appropriate. The Coral tributes were appro
priate, choice, emblematic and profuse."
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FOUND IN HONOLULU !
Wc an- Constant!) m Ueccipt of
Fresh. Supplies !
Most Reliable Manufacturers
IX THE t'.MTKll STATES.
P. Lorillard & Cos
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Vanity Fair Tobacco and
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CIGARS, MEERSCHAUM !
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Talented and Manufactnred ty the
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Towfaoni all orders thonM be addreiiod 8S lr.
K.r- A. HART HAS JUST KK-
tnrned from fesn Franelfco, and h opened an
Ice Cream Saloon !
IX CONNECTION WITH
Tltf IVTOU Iiorsn. Jlraira. Hart Era. hm
Sail Twine: Cotton and Klax. boj.ij, a CO.
J. M. OAT, JR. & GO.,
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Ronnd to I'lrate
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in fact. e have Inkftandr for all
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Faber'a Tcnclls. Pi ton's IVtaClK Jtc,
liKAHG IMI'EU: plain and mounted:
Manila DcUtl Taper,
PLAY1NO CARDS: round comrr &, plain,
JSdunAMH 31 IlnoiiV a Uree variety
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il.lpplnsTags, Toorict Tags.
Invitation Paper & Envelopes to match,
LETTER PRESSES, LARGE & SMALL ;
Ttflbbcr Bands, all elate,
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tWM'lIrilllKis reeeiTcd lor any Forelim
TarM-r or Ha;aalne pnbll.bed. at any time. Aleo, for
all the Iyval Tapers and Matrmzlnee-, (-ea.lde.. Itrook
tldre. Farallr Library, etc, alm-aya on band, and special
IW SPECIAL Orders Kcccltcd for BOOKS, ETC.
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Offor for Sale tlie Cargo of tlif
LIST OF MERCHANDISE:
Light Express Wagons,
Ex. Top Carriages,
Com. Wood Chairs,
PINE MOLASSES SIIOOKS,
ICE CHESTS, X0S. S, :t, AM) 5 ;
Lobsters, lib. tins; Beans, 31ib.tns
HAY CUTTERS, H0S.I.2&3;
Sos. ". 8. 10. II. and Hit;
Contrifugal Lining, I4in.,
Comp. Nails, I 1-8, I-I4in
MANILA CORDAGE, Asstd.;
Galvanized Fence Staples,
FARMERS BOILERS, 20 and 25 Galls.;
SISAL ROPE. Assorted;
If. Metal Sheathing,
16, 1 so, n SI and SG oa.,
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
Wire, Refined Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE
AiiOoiiejr invoice of Hew Hoods
, -. . . i j. i.ita.. i . 1 1 ' . i - .".aa.
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS A
Two-Seated Cut-under Family or Express Carriage
jiAMTAcrrnnn iLrnisi.Y rou Tin:
Honolulu CsuTisige SScxJository,
TOUT hT., AI!)i; llOTr.I. ST., OPPOMTC TUB l'AMIUlOX STA11I.I.S,
IKAIVIS: T. UIGKTIVS : : Proprietor,
iiy tiii: wkli.-hov.v rinn or
H. F. Briggs &; Company, of Amesbury, Mass.,
ixi; or tiii: laki;ust am .iovr ni;LiAiti.i: rAititiAou ?i rrA(TCiti:i:s
Xzx tlio TJiiitccl States.
Read the Followincr, From the "
Journal of Commerce : "
u Tbo firm of Ii. V. 1JHIGGS t CO. hnvo their Factory fit Atuesbnry, Mass. It com prises foot Urce
uoildtacs, all oonnected by an clevatea bridceway. Tho first Itrco bail Jiofr, 130x85 feet, is the factory
for wheels, todies mid Rear. It contains nil tho latest improved machinery for producing nil the dif
ferent parts thnteo to make up carriages and all other kinds of vehicles. Of the second, a brick
building IGOiGO fe t, the first floor is occupied as the blacksmithing shop, where there are ran daily
thirty fires. All the ironing of carnages Is done here. The second department is used as a loading and
hanging-np room. The next two floors the third and fourth are uaed for gear finishing and trim
ming of bodies and as varnishing rooms. The third brick fetrnctnro three storied high is a packing
and t-tore house ; when fall it has a capacity of storing M0 carriages, Tho fourth and list tbree-Btory
building, fc0x..1, is the section devoted to painting tho bodies, tire-Hcttiug and general blacksmithing.
This factory is completo in every part. It employs one hundred and fifty mechanics in the different
departments, and torn out from 2,500 to 3,000 per year, consisting of some forty different styles of
vehicles, using the very best material. The spokes and felloes are made from the best second-growth
whito hickory, whilo tbo hubs are made from the best uum, win to and yellow tlm. All theirwheel
staff is from tho foot-hills of the Blue Uidge mountains, in North Carolina,
Tbo factory turns out a variety of fine carriages, buggies, pluetons and wagons, and with tho facili
ties and experience of twenty years the proprietors are enable to produce in stjle, quality and finish a
fine a carnage for the money as can bo found tn the United States. In our lisit a few days ago in the
branch bouse in San Francisco we found a complete stock of carriages and bnggies, and new goods
amnng and on tho way. all of which are especially made with a icw to Btandtng tho climate of tha
Abo ou hand and to arrive per bUanUT, a full As(trtmct.t of
Iiiie Carriages Sc Wagons
Brig's Three-Seated PEstension Top Cut Under,
(miatim; mx rraim
Silas's Q-xlaeelecl 3eiteia.t lOrals..
BRAKES FOR HORSE-BRE AKifMC
WITH OU HITIIOLT 1MI1.I1S OU MIAITS.
Carriages, Buggies, Phrctons, Hack Carriages, &c
Wblp?, Saddles and Carriage Fttrnlshiag Goods
K&. Always on 32Icv3acl -en
tr My CARHIAGES are all MaoufactBred nltb atlfiw to Bsc la tills Climate anil I InTttc a visit from l&.
tmilinc 1'iircbasrr. before Eujluc vlseabero dcrr CAItltlAUG Warranted to litre bATIfct ACTION. NO
Honolulu Cnrriugo Itviioiitorj-, Fort SI. aliove liotel St., opiiosito the
Frank J. Higgins
A Large Invoice of the Celebrated
Direct From tlio Factory.
Wc Have Especial FACILITIES for Adjusting TRUSSES.
Hollister & Co.,
Cor. Tort and Merchant Sts., & 59 Nmianu St.
Perfumery ! Perfumery !
Perfumery ! Perfumery !
Have Just Received the I argest
LOT OF PE!
EVEU 1311'OKTEI) 1XT0 THIS KIX(il)()3I, COJU'MSIXO
Over Fifty Different Odors of the Celebrated
Screws and Washers! Lundborg Manufacture.
Odor-Cases, "Fancy Boxes, IBottles, &c.
Hollister & Co.,
JAKS T.flTin InS.liaBdiliJDa
;?r Tor Nil. bj
vr; noi.i.rs a co.
Tun rki.1. rncNcit .sinnixr, is
Qaartcr aad naif Boxea,
S:2 HOL.1.CS A- CO.
jSa.sei3.-ts for jSCa-Wcaliaxi DtSJLia.sca.ona.
59 Nuuanu St, ani Cor. Fort and Merchant St.
KxStr.Msripoaa lad hark CsJWrlftWr .
KSNNEDEY & CO.
IIsst mrlrcd a Iors :U complete Mt. df
Standard Fresh Gsoceries
W hich will be dvllmttl In aaa&tidea t rati m say
pn oi tue city, or thlppI to any prt 1
Other Ship. nects constantlv on tbo Tray.
Call, examine and be cmrloe that we caa ylK
yon in every rpet.
Family Orowri, Campbl Utock, lMN
C57TeleivhoaXo.5ia. I. O. Box Vft.
Depot of Vfoodlawn Dairv-,
07 3 Artesiaa Ice Worts.
WM. WERNER & CO;
NO. 92 FORT STREET,
Fiue Jewelry, Watches
Plated Ware, &c.
Havs lust Eeceived cx Late Arrivals, a
iine Assortment of
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES.
Earrings, Finger Rings,
BEAVTIFVLLV S-bT WIT1I
Diamonds & other precious Stones
ALSO- Au Etpsaitt Dl.pta ot
WALKING CANES, RICHLY MOUNTED
I.N GOLD AXD MM UK.
A call U lovttttl from in tcndi&x porchaacra iam c
amlnttlon of oar ntacDifccnt SIOCK M wp CmI
iu7 v iii nut iwstc Hiuiiji iMaiatCa HRMI
from amonir tha maay bletlint article uimi
ttelr attoultbed vision.
The Ladin ire partlcolarlr iaT.tcd lo call aai vctm
Ine osr xtalv Mock of trperior Jcwmlry.
WM. WEJTNZR l CO-
havc ItUo been appointed Sola Agenti for to llawali-
an avingaon, ror
King's Celebrated Eye Preservers,
ho have been ttntmctrd in thr ue of hi n-te
for tctttaf the bnman tyn
Theaea Gluari ar AterrrtMr nm.lir atkat tha s.
tcntlon or tboio tnureatrd la cilit) to their pra-tat-nent
t3T IVE US A CALL
WM. WEN H Eft Sc CO.,
Wl Fort Stroot.
EWEBS & OOQKE
Invito Special Attention
To their prrirot Slock. cimtAlclac-a itilo, tli hr-
tlmr, toD'Uttrijt of ai follow:
Nor1 West it Red wood Lumber,
II' Al l. aizcs,
Eastern Whito Pine.
Port Oxford Cedar.
White Wood. Oak. Ah,
Black Walnut, Koa.
Redwood aud White Cedar
REDWOOD and WHITE CEDAR
V foot Posts.
NATXS-3d fine to G0d--also,
CUrit, Finishing & Galvanlicd.
Wall Paper and
WINDOW SHADES !
Atlantic. i-ioi:n:. urnnicK-.'",
Patent and French White Zinc,
urnnvcK' imiu:i ami iiaw
A Lars- At"rtoiiit of
COLORED PAINTS IN OIL.
Paint Brushes, White Wash Brushes.
BARRELS OP WHITING,
Vcnitian Red and
Prireca Metallic Paint.
IT. hjTe aln Jaat isaelssJ a Large Slack erf
Pacific Rubber Mixed Painl
racked In Tlrnfrom lib. to SGilIos'nd
of a (,'rrat Variety of Sliades
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ritUHTXSTO 10X33 I X III Kl, e. lr.
Lewers & Cooke.
In a cti
DR. JORDAN & CO.
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Fremont Street, Son Fraacuetv
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Wm. M. GREENWOOD,
G .axral OsaaalUaa Mmavaart u4
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SUPPLY THE HAWAIIAN ISLA33S
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Nets and Seines to Order.
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