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a- - - COIVTIVIZXRCIAZ.
adrir-a ky tk kark rar. fir.- Ua Fraariaro, ara to
7 er rat. Tka pf-T r-red a-part Ik wraihrr 1 UW
' U FkHO aa iavioaj " -r st-rsay.sster-
frnatj witk U,iU alaw P"-""
. : Fttla, aamU aak-a -.
- Bka, very St a.
Tie OMUiwrrria! reporter rd" lb ihmanla t'aisa fir tke
- -siwral asarseta ib u-trey af prWa k stat -r- lull of twrtitj-fuar boar, they eaine down with In
wards. tt-r blj t a-wUJa ara kii.m w attract furT threateninz a West India hurricane,
W MtrW. of wnMan,Wi araerai aeav 7 aaa ... ,
ZI sartor urweh aa scivat hmi Can. lira nni.
M ka wmlim Oraat'a ar marmg at Tie, tac a at
1 Ana knn CiHmi Mh auhl Ale. Ceases U l
-I m tth aa tmimer Cll.a rflrM fl je
La f!17 HjrfurytUor - ia kw -.
IIMrU- iW k-C La l M f I
la a. a wttoaoa caamc la pnra rwrv e, to a, auta
- .. BuaBiaaAT.a- aH rralta ar m
, jiil iur asaarv Uar aaia at Urrna apjra
(.saa aaaaw) at aatW T Eaalam enwavrrtra mew cawapar,
mi MMC 9 riVt I rat kaa fartW arfee4 In pr,
AaMrcBBW(aUiHiaaiOt SajlakWr Tkrra
aJiM aaavy akipaaaaaa tnut Aaalatta. Oiia aun
xirratHy ' Taa ctcapavaa af Cam Bait kaa ladnmi s
arilil h ar ljt tm asa-ft Casaal Aarric.
Uidalaariliaf Miiarrai. Taa a cm mi
coat aU. u-fa wm na aaaillli 4 ta peter. aad art
awaia brtwara iha raiarraak aVCa ara hiwtt. eaaam frt
alTHnn at 1 I T fL Tna V( Jfca car f
.af taa t'mt &r?Ht vaa aeTrr4 at aaetliaa, ba IK (rraarr
ndwoa-aa .tUfa liri imm rtcaa wr lamlwf.arwy
UwMrm. rjiraalaHaaJanaa JJ ataaa&tici .0
can taofaaiaat aava at TiTM Jul Caara aarat urm Ja
aaMNc Tba N Tark U market, up ta Tea. Ut,ahMd d charvg.
aiiara taiBaa; I -1
I aary ia at p.aaa fantataaa Lat-
.Uat 1411. ' v
Taa Chiaa .1 n n i 'J (jraaf BrpmMc daickwaa aaHrv
Cemt m bw Mas Ffaaoacs XarHk M)t, kas ant aaOnl mp K
ft (4a, aaai bar aVtakanl by ta arrhral aftte ranama
BtaJ ataaawr Ctwl'ia'n. which a tarn aaja acaual
liata, awing a W aai( a ry baarjr earj f 1,7 J lucak
a atalva! laat aatltag aarla ar aw bkiag frtgaf fimaa
BM Fraacia to IhmgWmg at !! rf kw tfnn U f3 40 f
kaa. Taa ab aaav M MaeMMlray A Co.a ba, waa c
' pvcterf taaavaad Bta aMacb kara as -
Taa aW Ckavcvr.af ua, Craaa Km rrtaciara, witk
cargo uf t,4J baavkral. la rapntkat tara aniiad at Li
araubJ, Fkbroafj fat, iat Ing tk tiaiaajt la WI Aaa. Ti ia
- awaaflia aoicfcaat aataaai rrt.
' ' ' LOCAL COMMLHCIJU
avaakw ara or cigkt whairrsaor atAj rd arrttat tikim
' waak kaaa knaa Ika aark Cmmut Craaa Vmm t'saariacu, aaj a
Bppa akt (pa Jjakr fka Mrf ) Tk Caaaa kringa a kiS
aafga,, rt-r--t ahirgka, CaraVtgv, aalrau.
' kraad, Ac, aalaaa at JK.i Wka wM Kaaa kara alia aW
aark, kat viM a4 pmkakla ka bll aTt-r ike awaaarr &.
. TVa A. r. Waaa aihw aa) WaJnaoIay ( TraacUco,
aaba) a tail carga af angaf. amta rcanary. ' a aill rclura
aa aa a anaaikhr, a aa a aaal far Inact ar llaaaaarg.
TV tarmj mmtrt koa tntcrC-nnl witk Ifca rrgoiarily uf aar
"m iiih, aaaat af thick ka k akacnt Ikry ar (jot warfca.
OI4 aatlnra, ka ka fc.Uk la tb awa, pcrOict a ckaaga O
kattar ar anaraa akoat tka Zitk af March.
. Sa aMitwA pautatkly laaaa ba aaa fraarwa kB taa raiuxa
afuwirfavaa. AprBX - '.'
Tka akaliog kark iVa Brane, IIaaulkw,arTirr4 at Lakaioa
aaaaualar. "tk At karraia aO. amaa Caliaaaa Caaat.
..v - Hfctlaa Alalia.
Foe !. VrKlrara, Thar lay ml
ra Kaci Tec ka SU Ik A 4t m Maiay.
Turn Mas Paaacieco far klako, April XI.
poiiT or uoiiolulu. h.
J a. ' . ' a -aL. aV. a-a w-a aa - w. .- w
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14 rVhr Kala Craar. fraa 8cm. . .
1A arks aaa ParaM. Marcaaot, frota Hawaii.
1 Aat !l bark bTSia. lUlaaa, M kola sperm.
It Aa k katk Aarurav Avctlac, rtaan .
la fehr Natua Memit. Laaiiarrt, (ruua KaoaL
!"' -. kjf Haaaiei. . , t , .
li-ArkJlaltfrffra MnkfcaL " 1
14 Afar Ea St., rowvra, frnm JtauL' " '
" Aat wk knrk faaiiOa. Joora, bhta perm.
14 An ak back Naotitata. Sm Uh, )4w kbia arat.
1J AJa.barh Astta-. Biiiana. MObkla spcrak
15 Aat, bark Csawt, AkttuU, 11 i AaJS ta Au 'ranriaa.
U Haar wk kk llae Hawaii, Ileppmtraturai lilt bkta an.
I Mekr Marv EUea. West, knaa MaaA.
, W arhr Maaonkawai, AMnwe, trvm MaaL
l Ao wk ship M3o,IUae, clean.
J SVcAe Artiaa, UaaVy. fraat lUwatt. . i
. tkeHrtar k ilaaaa. McUregnr. froaa Hawaii. .
I A rVSr MarCU, BvrrUl, Hawaii.
1 4 Abb wk aark TrUant, Ruan, la craiae.
It An) vk bark Awn, Areiine, In rnuae.
t . k.; Saae Kikaaaa, Mea-www, fcw Wkaawatd rnrta. ,
X .IS Satar Matt-, A.kiaaa. knaa Malakak - .it
IS rVkr Hokab-fc?. ftw Maui.
. 4 .4 at wk burk .VaatJu, Mmkk. h cmiaa. -
IT Aaawa barb l-rdlm, Haiaaway. ta crawe.
'-T ISca kt.ma, I aibn. toe kUaat. . .
rT Va Kaaa Law, Caaaa, fcar Maai. -
IT Vkr LUto, . M-aufcaA
IS Vtsak bark 'jraiaii, tbUJa, U croiaa. ,
.' A , a br Koaa faakat. ktareaaat, fas Hawatt. -
IS ftrbr Laka, t Kaaai.
Aa wk skip Mtka, llawea, to craiae.
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. a.a.a..a tVaS Tat a. W aV 1
fa Mas Faaactaco Per Coaarl, Marck IS-.
baak knCkS,Bk4'.,..N t Utrra, raaea. ........
HiuaJa. A...- 17 iHUoraWb-a. .
Braatt. ak4. .......... axs Paaaawa.caara..
kraa. aar ...... SO Pair, fees............
Barwpa. caaw... ...... Pbtona, raw a. ..........
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Vrae-kara, Uoa.. ....... w Paper, eaaea.
iaataa.ttta.a..ji, . kua p.sara. Peg.,....-- !
Piaar. pra .Iks R-w.raa. Sk
fraamra. sfcea ..
Kjfilaar-, sks ...
Lax kUa. ........
S tHraw kaeai. caara ....
.. 100 ftalmiai. skga. .......
.. IJ "tri-l.rra. .........
.. ' 1 enatiaaery. Vrc,...
.. " So T.a. U.a.....
. C7' vtitsbkm. skga.....
. W are, k(a.....
lZ:sl W::"Tt?Z IU
Uiea,jj!raaa4ra. 1 tu Sugar, kwW7 tta, pkm. Tju i
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ra Wiiraitt Paara Pr Kiiaaea. March 1 Mra P N I
Maasa, Mrs C H JM,Cap J Make, It laa, Mai tirara
aaa7Muwc M kikirt. Maw Araw! Wuwwt. Mm. II)
aT"- 7T'S JtT-!: T. "h. ' r""m " " f
Maallla, W II aVaiiay. U B Bafcawut, 11 Ixckinaiia IS cakta
,f.o,-c. Ps.ae PCavet. k-- Mar,
an, it w Mcciuaa. a kaak,.P Marriavai waa,
-Pr ft. W. Ha, March Is C P I
A V Pial! --VT aa ia, arca a-
Paaw Ca.ar aa Cat. s.r ak aWiiuber. Marek 13 Lap
Cabs, Laia iaiaalra. Budaif Caattlbs Bnaarta Usnla A
Nana avav la lka4ala. March 141k, at M. Arairrwa
Teatoarary t athaUrsi. by Uat kU. U. Masias, Mr. Juha NeiU
s Miaa Cliaa atury.aU af Ilka city.
laatwas la li-avaaha. Marek ITtk. Mr. Mara T. Cakt- .
, a aanaa al aatlawa. agwj 4J vasra-aakaw a Aartraw f
Mow. XT sestek sua aisae aasars bkraaa cu(. j
TnaSrosawAU This vessel has beet, ia tb bao.1 j
of the painters the past week, and owing ta the stormy i
. . . V 1 V '
wwjuwr aaa ao wi n visiiet oy so many aa sow :
would have beea. bad the weather been more pleas
ant, ffha was built ia France for the Rebels, then
seat to Scockhalat. where she received her arnavaient.
which eoanists ot three Armstrong gans, one of 800
lha. caliber and tU otUrsf7& li-v. which are sail ;
tab. auula oaly by the British Caov.romeat for its i
wa ase. The vessel rs very strongly built, and has :
two now erf ul eo fines, which can be worked senar- I
On the passage oat only one engine has been ased. ! w 1,ttIe ro,'ra du't : arM ,f tU "M
Ut this with her sail has given her a speed of ten j l U"fure the nate wh,, h ha ,lv.xl
kawts aa hoar. . Her best speed, with both engines, is j itjxU into Court b try tl IVe-idcnU A brief
114 kaats, aa-1 ska caa U turned around as if rest- j history of the whole case may not be without
lag ea a pivot. This gives her a great advantage ia j interest to nur readers.
aa wncnrtt V.. whrther with a woadea or , Al tft 0je Ii Unt removed bis Sec-n-oa-cla.1
veaat-L Sue is evblently one of the moat ... , ,
powarful anrt tWtest war vessels anoat. We wn-ler-! vtary of ar, 3Ir. Stanton, and aptuintcd Gen.
stand she wll sail fhr Yokohama on Taealay or Wed- tirant SiTetary md interim. Suiitoti acfjuitxTd
ar,kr t r j3fT dir,5t I in the eluuige, and U-T-ral Grant took t lsvrgeof
la aoonj aa rxeaTU-nt npurtuaity tW sending sredst, . , . , . " .
aavata. ar aay arurs forego Is or nriw.ss that ' deirime-nt. Tbrs removal was made in io
atty t desmsl frou tKere. : latL.n of tl Tenure of t.ftT Pill. nw.d by the
As Ilia Exce'leney C. d. Varigny was
driving iovt. luwna atrfiet n $aWwily tftnrbfxDf .........
hi. earrUg. rua iato by a CeWtial Jehu, who was U ,'n aotblrf it uVr!a,I u re.n-
iatsut aa testing the qualities of his swift steed. The tate lbe ntrJ' h,u rlr
aaimaP. Ug got ea.Kht la the wheel of the earriag, j hi cn the 14th uf Jaory. ben rein
aart was hroksa. To rat: eve the boras frora safler- j Mtr,1 C,m- r'nat rrt,r,1' tbough ll- Utter ljd
tag ha was killed oa tb spt. and his rider taiea n rcctyriUMsi by both branches of CViprt-p as
ta thwrttlian koorw. j Mj I Vfarttueiit, during his ioeuiu-
Cjr M.qt.;u-. Lave reaa aausually thWk the
past few wka TW stronr w'ia.b aaurkt to blow the
Bttta aaats all aat to ssa. bat Isdw ttray aiaare .
to stirk to th HL ,
SA T VRUA Y. MA R CJ1 2 1
Noh t tlio 3Ioniltiir
Fur nearlr tour weeks, or aince the 21Ut of Feb-' ; retired Toluntarily, Gen. Grant would bare re
ruarr, tlia trad wula ha blown with a far ael- muied his duties as head of the War Department,
docn experienced in our croup. They hare not been J md int rim, hit cummiw-iuo not hating been re-
ao strati as to ta destructive of reopertj, but alth
the constant raiaa auJ squall have furnished very
I anpleaaAut weather. Last Yi fJnwUy night, alter a
,. , ,
but fortunAtelY did no tery great damage.
torn, still continue, and maj hate cauad .cci-WnU
to the hipi.tng not rrportej as jet.
The bark CoatT ha.1 a fioe run down from &in
Francisco, matins the passage in 11 d-j. and
Lour..- H.r beat !.,'. run was 27--, miles, and .he
aerased 1W md throo-hout the trip, maaing
nearly a atraieht track from port to port. The whole
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distance run was Z,J) milea. t . . . " . ... r
. . . . i carry out lus purTHjxe in defiance or Ue will or
TLeforeizn news on our next page will be tounl . J i
unusual! u,tere.tu,s. The trhd of 1'resiJent Joux- Cungrt, and j-robally living intended to do W
os promises to be Ike moat important event that has 'J force, if neoearj-. tlaMigh thu rs nuthonta
fxurre.l in America for aome time, and being the j denied, Congred has ample grounds for
first ease of impeachment of a President that has im reach men t. Roevjlutions to this effect, which
ever occurred, will estaUiah a precedent as to the will be fou' 1 in another Column, were prepared
muileof conducting any future State trials. j on the 2Sth of February, and adopted by a very
Nut nlj have the LesiJature of Maine, Penn- , strong rote of 12G against 47. It will be seen
jhania and other Northern Slates enJorsed the I that the ten clargcs refer wholly ta the Stanton
impeichment ot President Joussox, but several of ! care, occurring tn the 21st and 22d of February,
the Con cations of the Soathern Sutes. incla ling ! An aJJjtional article was presented by General
- OH Yh-tfnn." have done the same thing. Jlary- j Butler, relating to K.me of the Pw ident'a Lin-
Lind takes the oppualte staiwl, and threatens to arm
her militia in support of the President.
On our fourth pae we insert the resolutions now
before Congress, rcfcrrel to last week, proposing a
reciprocity treatj with Cans. la. and the contem-
pLtted purclktae of ISritish Columbia. No action hs
barn taka en them, nor is it likely to be at present.
They mar be taken simply as an expression of the
popular miud on the subject. The following, which
occurred Feb. 2oth, Is all we find relating to them:
Taa (gatimtl rifatMua aafctag ( ra to if rrrry
Waanraala mfmtm tr tke actmailno sf Bntiak Curombia aa a
aart mi taa LaxrS arrra takca truat the Bar. and after a
aaaata Uarim, vaicfc laatval lr iww tHi.f aarr an huor, Itki
Vvaale, at V i r. a., a'J rtwl wiikut cuuticg k a vute.
Alabam t, the fint Southern Slate which has coro
plied with the recobstructivn acts of Congress, hus
presentel her new Constitution and applied fur re
admission. Her request will prcbabljr be granteJ.
an election cf State ami Congressional of&rs or
dered, and her Senators and nrprt-sentatiTes ad
mitted at the present sesrori of Congress.
Under date of February 23, we have the announce-
ment thU Pruaaia has concluded a treaty with the
l"rv:.i . t .1 i . .t
United States, in which she engages to recognize the
principle of a perfect transfer of allegiance by nato
r&IizAlion, thus terminAting the antiquated rule,
once a subject, always a subject." In this matter
Prussia, through her liberal-minded sUtesuan, Bts
XAACK, baa taken the lead of European nations, and
deserves all the credit. It will not be many years
before other foreign powers will follow her example,
and forever after establish aa aa international law,
that any native may change his allegiance and be
come, at his own option, a citizen or subject of any
ether country.- The principle involved, which is
purely an American 1 lea, is so 'clearly' right, that
the arguments In hs support carry conviction every
where. The views of an FnglLih paper on the sub
ject will be fuund on our fourth page.
If tha telegraphic news is reliable, the Jh itish
forces in Abyssinia have succeeded in gaining os
aession of the captives, whose recovery was the great
object of the expedition to that country.. Whether
they will be satisfied with what has been accom
plisbed, as make aa eCbrt to puusdi King Theodore,
as he most richly deserves, remains to be seen. f
Eai4 tntBT has retired from the British Cabinet,
owing doubtless to his illness, and Disaaeu has been
ctxMK-n Premier in his place Although a .Tory in
principle, be fs among ihe fflost conservative or lib
eral of his party. If we are not mistaken he is a
commoner, without t-Uo 'or rank, who has rai.-ted
himself to his present pusition solely by his ability or
The steamer Idaho is suppose. 1 to. have left San
Francisi-o on the ICth instant, and if so, will be due
next Friday afternoon or Saturday morning. Her
best trip down wag in January, arriving here on tlie
1 lib. in 10 davs and 2 hours. As the trades bate
been very strong and in , btr favor, she is likely to
make as gotl a trip this tiute. She will be eleven
day out at 12 o'clock on Friday, atvl ougtit U come
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4 : iu some niitc uoruig tua u.iy. atie wiu ormg uiv
New York mails of Feb. 10th and 20th, and Sua
Frnci-o weeklies of March UlLw
Our San Francisco eorrespvmlent states that Grx.
McCook left X ew Tork on the 2"th of lebruvry If
so, he Wonll arrive at Sab 1 ranciVo on the llh of
March, two days after th Ioauo's arrival there.
He waa not expected to return Lere till the May
itnuMir, but owing ta be-absence of (Jen. Smni may
deem it liest to mum to his jrt by the first vessel.
The steamer Kuacka will not suaka her asual trip
lr on Thursday for
Koloa atfi Walraea, KauaL We would a;rin urce
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um umewn w wr nrr vw;ii a men ui me lour porta
on that I1aj1 Il.uaalei, Waiiora, - Ktk aivj Na-
j wiliwili sl"ppirig a fw Louts for freight and pas-
STMrvrr at ersrh place.
. v. i . .t . i
" been saggotol that aa occasion! tnparvaaj
Hawaii woui.1 be aa aceotaiucUtiou to the traveling ' ,
.teamer-s reguUr servka. For inatanee. the week j
eermaH.ing May 11th she has to clean boilers. Let
ker urt oo the 1 lib. on a trio around that IaUud.
!.,. , s ...
fucning si rrrry yri-tipu F,ri, ki returning to i
Honolulu on the 21 or 24th. The great thing is to
! as poasible. Dal these occasional trij-s aught to be
I well Sjlvcrtisel several weeks beforehand, so that
those living near the ports to be visited may make
j their amngements to suit her arrival.
We would call attention to the sale of furniture at
the residence of Mrs. 11. F. Snow, in Hutel street,
which takes ptaoe on Wedcesday next. The assr.rt-
meat is one cf the largest and best that has been
f , I r .:,-,
The missionary pricket MoBsiso Sr ta, will sail tor
the Marquesas on ThurLty next, in charge of Cap-
t;n Tengstrvm, late master cf the schooner Sum
Tli Iark Votnrt lring more faro.-able news
regarding the j liticnl situation at Washiugion,
; ami has dirTHed wliatever fears may have lt n
(J tbe Wi,niJl ,.vicvM, let President
J()hnt-jn B,-uU to fmv out hit
uq.sH, and set k t- involve the onintry in civil
That be contemplated such a course, tlrere
f taaft I i ififrri-MI ,iuf itk aL.fTnfM liTtltnt li.i.tv
J. . ...
We statr-1 List week tlmt Mr. Stanton ma le
ml-laks in Im4, at this lime, n-tiring front the i
.riT.cv. , Ilr, or rather tn.:'Trw. Ij1 ganie-l its
j.inl;!i had Decri miiUtrd, h'us joint In tfic
01 tot gained, arid the law and authority of
longrw fairlj indicated. Nothing further .uiJ
I a-coioi4islieJ by his reUitiing the oflice, exoei.it
t involve the lreklent and his Ciihiitet in deeter
cuniIicationri and the whole country in the l.it
tint rarthtan warfare imasinatle. Had he
vr.I-nil Imt twin-. mil! in full force, and he niicht
' Lave 1 IJJt i4-rhaj till March 4tb, 18G9, when
' the President a term of office legally expires.
' J lad Stanton retired, the President could not
lave ajiuinted any other person to tlie War I)e-
: irtinent, aa the Senate clearly ewea the key
. Ul j. aftg in . anj Grant being
' t,,e acknowledged bead, neither Gen. Thomaa or
any one obnolioUB tLe couu Lave
. token puffcerftolf wiU;out ita airoval, no more
tI-n Suuifcjn wioD
, .,- . , i.:.i.t
... , ' , . , .
: haTin-r. on the 21st of Februarv. undertaken to
guage ur-od in his famous " swinging round the
circle ' tour in l?Vi.
If convicted uf mi-demeanor, it will be on tl
attcrarted removal of Stanton in violation of tl
tenor of office law, us n- ne of his official acts prior
to that were so illegally gross as to sustain any
charges of iuij-caoliuient.
The L'nited States Senate, connoting of 52
! members, is the tribunal befure which the Presi
dent is to be tried. It rcsulrcs it.--lf into a Court
of Impeachment, tuid during its Fctxdon is presided
over by Oiiof Justico Clmc. Tlie IVesidcnt is
summoned to apjar at tlie Ixir and lcar t!e
charges, evidence and argumetits. But we lelicve
it ha Ijcen decided, lie cannot le "ubfnded from
bis office during the tri.il. In otln-r wonb, until
fouixl guilty of the elmrges he will net as Pni
dent. Thcie was an attempt made, early in this
I rcttdon, to enact a law declaring the President to
be buf jtrxle-l from oflice, in ctuw or his being ixn
reached. The law, from borne cause, was not
The trial was to have begun on tlie Cth of
March, on which day President Johnson would
be summoned lcfore the Senate. Our advices are
only to the 5th, so that we liave yet to learn what
course be decided to pursue ; wliethcr to apear
in persuu, or by proxy ; or be may decide to resign
Lis oflice and caiie tho odium of a U ial.
In this event, or in case be U found guilty, the
Vice PresMent of tlie l'nited States, II. F. Wade,
of Ohio, bevomea Proident for the remainder of
tlie term. Mr. Wudc. is the residing-oilicer
of tlie Senate, and one of the mt reliable of the
llepuhlicnn rty, n niau of much experience,
with good judgment mid self piOcetion. We see
bis naino mentioned as a candicate for the Vice
Presidency in connection with Gen. Grant. : l
Had lreeidcnt Juhnsou been able to persuade
any General to come forward to his assistance, be
would not have hesitated to cull out the military.
Hut iu this he will Cod himself without his hor-t,
and being very unpopular, he will have to quietly
succumb to the will of the j-eople as shown in
Cmgrew, and abide their decree.
An impeachment of the Preaident is an unfor
tunate national calamity, but it is not tlie worst
tiling tint might happen. In this Stanton affair,
Jo'iiisoti lias aliow n" himself worthy of iuieach
mout, and will irulably 1 fouud guilty. Ibid
Stanton reignct, prolwbly no event would have
-ooTarred to jar-vent die Preyittect continuing in
otfice till the clone of his term, and the nation
tiet red theoliuiu ofau impeachment trial. I The is
now reiooveu, ioreign nations win iiiui 11 mis
chievtius president ran le put irtitufnlticc even more
quietly than a robeliioii of oiie-tliird of tlie SluUw
can le sulrdued, ainl without disarranging one of
the wlwels of the vast machinery of tlie Govern
ment. Ami it will prove to the world the su ap
riority of the Kcpublijiu firm of Governiiicut
over a monarchical, winch ct.mpelrJ a ja-oi.le to
endure its ruler, however unfitted lie may le for
his itiun, as tlx hintory of Kuroij and Sotith
Amenta uffords numeriMis instances.
Can It I to Ho?
letters from Ililo, received last Sunday, state
that on the arrival of the United States Ship
I.ACKAWAXX at tliat port, Cajitain IIetnolds re
ceived an official notice from Lieut. Governor
Ltman, foroidding the jietty officers and seamen
of the thip to have liberty on shore. It is
also stated that orders went up requesting
tire offitt-rs of His Majesty's Government to ex
tend no courtesies to the ship or her oiucer3
while in -ort. We give the rcrt as it oomea
in tl e letters received, though r are loth to be-
ieve that it will bo fully sustained by the facts
TIial " Ut M""K
w J tUt neither
t ! Keynvlds, bis officers, nor men had been
J. .1..,U, an -nt 1 wV . in- tlt thr.
o 1 o
ommanuer maue a naaty cum uu mo .nucncuu
Consul of the ort, on bis arrival
This act is evidently in violation of the treaty
with the 1'nited States, which dorlarrs that the
privilege of frequenting the porta ol Ililo, Keala
kckua and Ilanalci, iu aldition to those of Luhai
na ami Honolulu, is not only guaranteed to all
rnercliant and whaling vessels but is also guar
anteed to all the public armed vessels of the Uni
ted States. See Art. VII.
The French Treaty is even more explicit :
Aar. 15. The vessels of war, steam vessels be
longing to the State, the packet boats engaged in the
postal service, and tbe French whaling vessels, shall
have free access to tbe Hawaiian ports of llaualei,
Honolulu. Lahaina, Kawaihae, Kealakekua, and
Koloa ; they shall have liberty to stay there to make
reptirs. and to rtfrttk thtir crtu ; they may also
proceed from port to another of said ports of the Ha
waiian Inlands, with tlie view of there procuring fret-h
Any ols-tructbai to tlie full fieedoia or lilerty
of tlie Imu Latranna at Ililo, if issued, Las been
in direct violation of treaty stipulations. It is
understood that tlie order was issued from the
Department of the Interior; but it is hardly us-
sible it omld have lecn done without the joint
j concurrence of the Miuittry.
j No little indignation was felt here on the re
ceipt of the news from Ililo, and few could credit
its truth. Ibid it been a French vessel of war
which received such treatment, we sliould prola
bly have smelt powder ere this. But tlie policy
of tlie American Government itas eter been to
trt-.it ours as an infant nation, and to Tcar its fol
lies as attributable to ignorance rather than mal
iee. If. however, Ir. llatchi?.n is aiming to fee
l-jv far be can 4iicved in insultinz the damn
Yankees" as lie call them, be will find there i a
jint Wyond whieh it is imprudent to go, and
wliere kirbearanrr ceitsra to c virtue. It cr-r-tairdv
looks as if the affairs of tlie Interior
pnrtmcnt might 1 rlaced in hands that would :
conduct them with ni'vre pnilence. and more to J
the credit of tlie Hawaiian Kingdom. !
I'rolatblr lien. M.Kk andCnntain Ken..l
i are fully "sjble of pn-a-rving tla- hotr of their !
ouiitry trout aueti insults m tins wmM oyprar t-
': 1-. und Amerraiw can snf--lv efitrtit its selth--
lucnt t- their hand, however iadi-punt tl y int
The lteelproclty Treuty,
Up to March 5th, the latest telegraphic date
brought by the Comet t no action lad been
taken on tlie treaty by the Senate, and it can
hardly be expected that it will be acted on until
the impeachment question is decided, which will
consume several weeks probably. AU reports,
however, concur that the prospects were very good
lor its paseage through the Senate by a two-thirds
vote, whenever it may be brought up.
The resolution introduced into the lower house
by Mr. Allison, which will be found among our
miscelkmcous telegraphic news, lias no special
iuijKjrtanoe or weight. It simply reiterates what
was before understood, that no treaty made by
the Senate, can change the revenue witlrout tlie
Concurrence of tlie House of Representatives. The
resolution appears to hare passed nem con., and
without debate, which was perfectly right, as it
simply endorses a constitutional provision, which
was unanimously acknowledged to Ikj binding. Its
proposal by Mr. Allison simply shows that he
may be opposed to it; but it is hardly possible
that a uieueure which may pass the Senate by a
two-thirds vote, ill find less than a majority in
the lower hou-e.
The San Francisco Times of March 7th has the
follow ing comments on the above :
The Rtxii-ROCiTT llEsoLirriox. The passage hy
the House of the resolution declaring that the trtaity
making power has no right to authorize the impor
tation of foreign products except at such rates an the
tariti' laws may prescribe, bodes ill to the Sandwich
Islands treaty. We are inclined to think that the
point made by the House is well taken, through here
tofore no serious objection has been made to the con
clusion of reciprocity treaties by the President and
Seuate, and treaties are constantly made which con
tain money stipulations, necessitating appropriations
which must be concurred in by the House. There
are two causes which have probably resulted in
bringing about this assertion of authority on the part
of the lluu.-te the jealousy which has been aroused
by Mr. Seward's apparent deposition to "go it
alone" iu the treaty-making business, and the res
tivencs of tlie West under the present high tariiC
New England wants reciprocity with Canada much
worse than we want reciprocity with the Sandwich
IsIuikIs ; but i he Western people, who would not be
particularly benefitted by either arrangement, declare
that tbey will not consent to ' protection at the cen
tre and free trade around the edges of the republic,"
and that if any section wants relief from the high
tarilf, it niut be willing to extend that relief to the
whole country. We believe this is poor policy. Re
ciprocity treaties will probably lead ns to absolute
five trade quicker than anything else, as one will
J beget a desire for another ; and when it is seen how
advantageous is the partial removal of the rest no
tions upon commerce, the people will begiu to appre
ciate what an inestimable blessing a total removal of
tbose restrictions wcuM be.
SAN FBANCISC0 CORRESPONDENCE.
Sax Fbancisco, March 3, 18C3.
Chingcnble spells of weather, alternate dust and
rain, brilliantand fashionsble parties (among them tlie
" Hawthorne " by the old amateur dramatic club of
that name, and the " Verein," an elegant masquer
ade, by a German organization,) excellent public
entertainments, with fires and alarms iu great pro
fusion, have marked the month of February.
Tlie passage by the House of Representatives of a
resolution to the effect " tliat the treaty-making
power cannot autltorize . the. importation of foreign
products, except as the tariff Jaws may prescribe,"
will, it is feared, seriously mar the prospects of the
treaty with the Islands. The very great agitation in
Washington upon national topics (commented upon
at length iu another port of this letter) has no doubt
prevented the attention to, and consideration of, this
to us, as well as to you, important matter, and can
not fail to cause a feeling "of deep regvef to all con
cerned. - . ' . -. ,
- Important Politlral Sews. '
A great excitement prevails in political circles,
recent events in Washington having caused a marked
sensation creating a deep feeling of anxiety, even
more, of dread, and giving rise to profouud solicitude
in rcgird tc the action of Congns, and the proba
ble results therefrom. The facts, briefly given by
the telegraph, my be stated thus :. The President,
disregarding the Tenure-of-Office Bill, enacted by
Congress," and a btw of the land until decided other
aise by the Suprume Court, appointed as Secretary
of War, Get-fiul Lorenzo Thomas (not the gallant
General 11., who distinguished himself in the South
west during the rebellion, but a suspected Copiicr
hcad, attached to the War Iepartuiuut,) ignoring the
reinstatement of Stanton by the Seuate, and thus
rendering impeachment inevitable -this charge alone
being a sufficient cause for conviction. Therefore,
upon the 21th of Feoruary, after deliberate consider
ation, the. House vote! to impeach Andrew Johnson,
and measure to thnt effect were at once instituted.
Li case of Mr. Johnson's suspension, lieu. F. Wade,
President cf the Senate a thoroughly consistent,
able and outspoken man, prominent as a candidate
iu lb for the itcpullican jioiuiru-tion for Pi evident,
defeated by Mr. Liucolu becomes tx ojjicio Presi
dent of the United States. Rumors of armed resist
ance to Congress have reached us, rebels in Mary
lanl having made preparations, but as Gen. Grant
and the entire army are at- its command, the loyal
Legislature cf the country need have no fear. Hav
ing thusabriv!ly alluded to our all-absorbing topics, I
cau only add that Union men are determined to sup
port Congress without one disscntiugvoice or falttr
iug step, rallying as only the just wbo fer nil can
rally, and confident in the triumph of a righteous
The Jsbasea-Grant Imkrojlls.
We have receive 1 overland the President's letters
in full, in which Gen. Grant is unjustly accused of
falsehood and insubordination charges prompted by
a desire to injure him before the country, and ruin
his pnwpects for tlie Presidency. The ingenuity of
the calumniators of Grant was taxed to the utmost,
and the base attempt to compromise his reputation in
reulity produced a contrary effect, and has endeared
him still more to the loyal masses who have entire
confidence in his ability to clear himself of the odium
fali: tiers are en letvoring to fasten upon him who
have the greatest faith Jin his honor and veracity
who will never believe that he is actuated but by the
purest motives and most sincere patriotism. The
base conspiracies formed by his country's foes can
not for an instant tarnish his fair fame. During his
long public career no charge of treachery or deceit
has ever been preferred against him, much less been
substantiated, ami loyal men will not believe the pro
testations of his enemies now. The current opinion
is, that Grant is the intended victim of a plot to dis-
obey the laws of Congress, which ignominiously fail- j
ed, and upon a misunderstanding between the Pres
ident and himself these charges have been founded. ;
This is the first conspiracy devised to injure the !
great General, and we may reasonably anticipate a i
rapid succession of them in the future, for every dis- !
honorable subterfuge will be used to turn the current i
of popular favor be is so steadily gaining. The
clamor for his elevation to the Presidency is hearty !
and universal more so than ever before inspired by
any public favorite since the days of Washington.
" Grand Army af tbe Eepaklic.
Promiueut before tlie country, from its faithful
allegiance to Congress in the struggle now progress- j
ing, this great organization proudly standi. It is j
comijcd exclusively of men who have served in the j
Union Army, and numbers nearly one million mem- j
bers. All honor to this patriot band, whose effurts j
in the great rebellion for the perpetuation of our in- ,
stitutious, tbe exaltation of the national character, i
and our lasting glory and fame as a people, will ever
be gratefully remembered by honest American hearts ,
now that the Mruggles in the field are over, handed j
together f-r protection and advancement, they stand ;
forth in their strength, champions for the supremacy '
of the Government, and determined to sutain the
It is tier -illy known that the celebrated humor
Private Miles O'Reilly, waa tierted by a large
majority to a lucrative political office in the State of
New Y'ork, owing bis popularity to the witty pro
ductions of his pen. Our California humorist, Mark
Twain, seems likely to follow in his footsteps, having
been spoken of in connection with the position of
Government Agent for investigating the mining af
fairs of this coast, rice J. Ross Browne, who aspires
to the dignity of a Ministership to China. Mark
still in the Eastern States, generally at Washington
continues to write for the Alto, with considerable
Loss sf the American Theatre.
This celebrated place of amusement, renowned by
the performances of some of the brightest stars In the
theatrical constellation, and the scene cf many his
trionic triumphs the oldest a3 well as tlie largest
theatre in San Francisco was totally destroyed by
fire on the 15th of February. Of late years, princi
pally on account of its location, the American has
not been frequently used for public exhibitions, nev
ertheless the ls is a severe one, and will be keenly
felt. The opinion prevails that the fire was tlie work
The Yesemlte Lvnd Grant Bill
Has passed both the Assembly and Senate of this
State, over the Governor's veto. It recommends
that a large tract of land in the great valley be pre
sented to two pioneers, whose efforts and services en
title them to such emolument. The bill now goes
before the Congress of the United States, to which
body the recommendation for the grant is made, but
it is considered doubtful whether the action of our
Legislature will be sustained.
Tlie anniversary of the birth-day of our great and
justly beloved patriot was allowed to pass without
any marked demonstrations a military parade con
stituting the only effort to commemorate the day.
The troops located in this city made a fine display,
and were reviewed by Governor Haight and Staff.
In the evening a large concourse of mechanics formed
a process-jn in honor of the passage of the eight-hour
law by onr Legislature, which was a highly credit
Death sf Bear Admiral Bell.
The Grtat Republic arrived on the ICth ult , and
brought the painful news of the death of Rear Ad
miral Bell, who was drowned on the 11th of January,
while attempting to cross the bar at Osaka, Japan.
His eminent and prolonged services to his country,
the endearing qualities and exalted character for
which he was distinguished, the sad circumstances of
his death, far from relatives and friends and the
genial surroundings cf home, invest the calamity
with peculiar sadness, eliciting the deepest sympathy
from the public at large.
Mr. lbtrnum W. Field, whose acquaintances are
legion, and whose name at least is familiar to a num
ber of your readers, arrived by the Great Republic,
from Japan, looking remarkably well, and appar
ently in excellent spirits. Mr. Field's many friends
will be pleased to learn that he will probably remain
in San Francisco for some time.
Gen. McCook left New York for Sun Francisco on
the steamer of February 20th, and may be expected
here curly in March. Yours, &c, Pkucax.
A Few Llaea ft-.tai Mr. Slick.
Mister Editor : It is sumtime since I took up mi
Gelott" to rite you a letter, but I feel konstrained
now; having a thot, and with the poet I bleive " Hast
thou a thot upon thy brain, catch it whilst thou canst."
I hev been lookin on tu the struggle wich hez been goin
on here between yu and yure party and the ministry,
until I kant look on euy longer, so I am bound tu her
It seems to me ez tho things wut goin from bad tu
wus, and wus tu wusser. I bed hoped that the
slight on pleasantness, wich commenced when Lord
Nettleship arrived, wood subside when be left on hia
mission tu set " Soapy Sam" strate on " igh Church"
matters, but it seems his sting was left behind. What
with Victory's Bishop and Uukle Sums fitin ship,
things hez got mixed. -:
From mi stand point the fite on the part uv the min
isters seems tu be pretty muchly carried or by that
Inkubus what runs the Intery Department, while on
the other side there seems tu be a pcrmiskuous sprink
lin of Unkle Sams boys, and now and then a bold
Britin. ' Bi the way wot that Britiu rote about the
votin kinder riled old Inkubus, and wen he bed his
say I thot I should a died a lafin tu see the Britin
pitch and snort. I kinder thot ez the fite wasn't hia'n,
particularly, and his house was kinder brittle, he bed
better not go tu pitchin at ana.1
A grate deal hez bin sed abeout the Filadelfi letter,
and, after read in it, 1 cum tu tbe same conclusion ez
mi friend the poet, that, " there is no error so crook
ed, but it hath in it some lines of truth." I don't
think it was a cute tiling tu rite sich a letter; but, ez .
it was writtin, let's revoo it, makin side notes ez we
The riter in the letter sod our Suverin a uz a can
nibal. This . nz not the correct thing. Note. Lud
Nettleship sed in Ait letter tliat he should hev ta show
our Suverin up " ez a defaltlr " ef he didn't pay
his little bill for fixius he never had. Tu mi thinkin,
Nettleship is ahead as a blagard..
Tbe riter sez that our Suverin was the furst revo
lushunist in the Kingdom. Sum people differ in opin
ion ez tu wot a revolushunist is. I hev an opinion,
but, unlike the bold Britiu, I don't feel called upon
tu express it. Nufced.
The riter sez that sum thot the Constitushun
wouldn't hev beeu trubbied ef it hadn't hev bin fur
the rebellion. This court is uv that opinion. How
suuiever, all the crownud beds played thar little game,
but I hev n't heard uv anyone makin four times bi it.
The letter sez that our Suverin is afraid that his
eople will turn abeout and upset him and his Con
fctitushuo. Not ef I know them, they aint upsetists,
and they'll stand most enything in a Coustitushunal
Hie riter sez thet Mr. Wily's suekees-sor is Mister
tie Yareeny, a French adventurer, and a waif from
Californy. He hez got dredfully mixed up. The
French waifest from Californy was Mister Charles
Crowsneer witheout a de "-urued prefix. I du take
execpshuns tu this portion uv the letter ; it made mi
democratic blood bile tu heer an American make
slur rin remarks abeout wot a man tcuz ; I take men
as they it. Duz it make eny difference ef Andy John
son hez served corktails at tu bits a glass, neow that
he's Chief Magistrate uv the " land uv the free and
hum uv tlie brave ? " Not a difference, in mi opin
ion, unless he puts on airs and looks deownards on
his old customers. Note. A misshun tu China (tu
get notes uv travel fur th Gazette) will amply re
moonerate me fur settin this matter stratc.
The Ministers don't like the Filadelfi letter, and
wouldn't hev published sich a scandal us thing. Well,
perhaps they wood n't ? They admit thet sum people
here hev the loosest idces as tu the rite uv free speech,
and a free press ; and I agree with them eggzactly,
after readin the last Gazelle, where it calls a man a
purformer uv low tricks " and " vulgar pleasant
ries," aud winds up by call in him by the eudearin
names uv chcai, swindler, and liar. This is rather
loosely. When a Britiu sex " Long live the King,"
he is stiled a hqiocrit. Nice nnme thet fur a man uv
family. Ef enyone wants tu suit these Ministers, and
perhaps get an orfice, he must put on airs; walk with
a cain ; take snuff ; get up a coolness with his old
friends ; cotton tu somebody in authority ; make a
practis uv cussin yure paper ; board with Sir Henry,
or sum other hi orfisbul ; draw sum body into mal-ii
an expression hostil tu the powers thet bee, and carry
it tu old Inkubus ; or better, get sum innocent friend
tu rite his opinion intu a private letter and then show
it, in fact, du eny and all mean things thet will
make iiiui blush when he luks into his lookin-glass.
The fact is, matters and things abeout the Guvern-
ment is gettin so mean that I will give mi opinion as
tu heow tu set them strate.
In mi readin I hev seen sumthin like this :
u A Liiixdom is a ant of Cmilics ; aoU a family a aaiall king
And I lie g nvrrument of whole or rl diflVrt-th in nothing but
Tliis is pretty much mi idee, and after musin oa it a
Uttle, I pictured in mi mind's i this Kingdom ez a
family our Suverin the father, and the Ministry the
mother. (Forgive me, mothers, fur this simerlee.)
Tlie mother is god din abeout town lietenin to scandal
ajrenMt the father's only kindly, liberal uncle, and
gettin up a coldness bi lyin abeout him. When father
cuius hum uv a night, tired, the vixen pours intu his
ear all the scandal she lies heard, and pisins his mind
ftwenit his only friend, and he, good easy ou1, le- j
L'eves thenC rather thai hev a seen." The shrew takes
care thet no honest, plane-spoken person gets tu the
paternal ear, lest they should tell uv the disgraceful
flirtation (a mild way tu put it) carried on with Mr.
Bull and Mr. Crappo. The mother goes on wasting
the substance uv the family with her favorites, behai
vinin an unseemly way with rum sellers and offia
holders, until all good children are skandalized at her
conduct, and some are bold enuf tu denounce her,
and advise the father tu tare up the konstitushun
(kon tract I meen.) that bound her tu him; and call
his children abeout him and enter intu a na contract
with a decent woman. Then the children will hear
no gossip or skandal. and prevent hart Irarnins and
bickerins with furrin relashuns, treatin all with re
spect and equality ; thusly will the father bee re
spected none will dare treat him ex Lud Nettleship
and the Filadelfi man did. 'The family funds will be
husbanded, and when disbursements are necessary,
they will be made for no other purpose or feelin than
thet the greatest good should be dun to the greatest
number. So mote it be, - Sam Slick.
p. S. I heard from Washington lastly abeout our
treaty. I tell yu' our Y'ankee friends are cute; after
toolin Mister Harris along, and usin up all his munny,
with the hopes thet Andy and the Senit wood give
him a treaty, up jumps sura smart feller in the
House of Reps and heds off the hole matter by a little
rezolushun, wich disgusted Mister Harris and Gen
eral Mak Kuk. I hearn that Mak Kuk is cumin back
with a flee intu lus ear. That Rep., when he gets our
lecshun noos aud the way old Inkubus treated our
fitin Bhip, he'll her plenty ut material tu back bis
little rezolushun up with. -
Quick Timc Letters are now frequently received
in San Francisco fourteen days from New Y'ork, by
the overland railroad and stage route. 4 By July the
time will be reduced to about twelve days. Goods or
dered, from New York by the Idaho, which left here
December 10th, were landed here on the 20th of
March just one hundred days.
Consulate of the United States of America,
Lahais, Hawaiian Itlands, March 20, 1S68.
Proposals lor Exchange.
Pay hie la Gal.
PROPOSAL FOR THE EXCHANGE OP
Till:? CONSULATE, for the quartet ending March Slat,
(parable in GoMX will te reoeived at this r-(Bce until January
1, '. UAS PERKINS.
C13 2t C. & Consul,
L Lm TORBERT, ak
Office North west corner of Qaeen and Fart Etreets, Honolala.
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, Island
Predate, .r, and ConimlsslsB Merchant. .
.Br raw's Bar. Ilila. S. I..
Will keep consutnUy on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of froads required by ship and others.
Tlie highest price rivea for Island Prod ace.
JO" Money advanced fur Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
- SIT ly -
' iOTICE. .
71R. C. II. ROSE WILL ATTEM) TO MY
X'M. BL'SINASS during say absence from the Island.
K. P. ADAMS.
Honolulu, March 17, 1668 617 1m
7-7 TO LET, '
THE PREMISES RECENTLY OC-
inied by Alex. Campbell. Esq.. near the residence of
llou. J. li, opposite the Palace Urooudt oa King street. Ap
ply at the Saddlery Store ot Mr. J. P. 11 tUHfcS. 617 8t
WASTED TO It EXT. .
A HOUSE, COXTAIXIXO FROM
FOUR TO' i-IX ROOMS. . "" ' "'. "
'. Address If." Advertiser Office.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDIN13lfRf.il.
Accumulated and Invested Ekid, 2,510,139
riviIK ITXIJ ERSICXED HAVE BEEN AP-
POINTED A UK NTS lor tbe Sandwich lslaids,and are
authorised to Insure against Kire npoa favorable terns.
Risks taken iu any part of I lie Island on Wooden Buildinrs,
ami Merchandise stored (herein. Dwelling Houses and Furni
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under repair. 617 ly Eb. 11 JFFaCHLAEUEK a CO,
' SAN. FRANCISCO ... ; ! . I
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
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The California Insurance Company,
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The Pacific Insnrance Company,
The California Lloyds, and
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B-g lenve to inform M.tsters of Vessel snd tbe public rrorr
ally that all losses sustained on VESSELS and CARGOES,
insured by either sf tbe above Companies arainat perils af tna
ess snd oth. r ris.ks, at or near the Sandwich Islands, will have
to be verified by tliem.
617 3ui - --"II. HACKFELD ; Co.
, . PER i COMET.-.
A bIFOKMA OATS,; " ' -
Golden Gate Family Floor, qr sacss. "
' Golden' Oate Baker's Extra Flour, br sacks
'"'" Asst Flavoring Extracts,
New California Onions, ' '
New California Hams,
Kew Pacific Codfish.
, New California Smoked Beef,
For s;le .iw at -.-.-.
n. E. MclNTTRK if BUO
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617 4t :
Spring Styles! Spring-Styles !
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FjMI E LATEST SPRING STYLES OF
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Ileitis, Caps, afcc, &c,
WHICH WE OFFER. FOR SALE
At (Zreutlr Reduced Pricea.
I1VM.IX & BROS..
In Koua, Island of Hawaii.
fY VIRTtE OF AN ORDER OF THE
MM Supivroe Court of the Hawaiian Islsndu,
WILL RE SOLD AT PUR I.IC AUCTION
la front of the fosrt Ilonsr, Honolala,
On "Wednesday, the 15th day of April, 1868,
At 12 o'clock noon,
THE FOLLOWING RE.1L ESTATE !
IN KONA, ISLAND OF HAWAII,
Belonging to the Estate of Preston Cummin?, deceased.
AU that portion of the TWO LANDS OF WAIPrSACLA AND
KILOA, manka of the npn-r Govrrnn ent Road, consisting of
soout Three Hundred sn 1 Hfly Acres, beinn a portion of the
land described In Koyal Patent No. 867. rrsnied to Preston
Cumminirs. This land ad j tins the Lsnd of Kealakekua. is well
suited for praxinc purposes, and tlie lower portion 1 rood po
tato land. The upper pt ni.n is well wooded, the whole form
ing a desirable investment. For further particulars apply to
J. W. A I'STl.V. Administrator
6" l Of theEslste of Prrtton Cumminys.
Rare Works on Sugar.
TF.RY DlFFiri LTTO PROCl RE. HERE
or elsewhere : ,
1 Copy Wray's Practical Sugar Planter illustrated,
1 Copy Porter's Nature and Properties of 8agar Cane, .
1 Cu-y Kerr's Cultivation of Sugar Cane,
Stewart's Sorghum, and its Products, including anew method
of makinr Suiar,
Hedges' Sorgho, (tiving the best methods of constructing
Mills and Sorghum Pans.
Sinclair's Cole of Health and Longevity
For side by
U. M. WHITNET.
OXPsrPERIOR CI STOM.MADE
irv.:- - TOP Bl'llGY : one 8urM-ri.tr riitnm.ni.1. ..uvv
III v . t. Ar . n w I v.iitfu.D l..
U To lie seer, at Dt"NCANS, on Kins; street, and for sale
ky C. U RICHARDS a CO..
611 lm Or, WM. DINCAN.
-OL XT JEJ
, Leaves on Thursday, March 26th, '
For Koloa aud lVaiiuea Uan
And on Monday, March 20th, ft Windward Pom. .
lima Lkl. U' I I L- k i. . . "
. WALKER a Ai is' J
617 It "
K I L A U Ev
WILL RUN '
DURIKQ TUB THIS QUARTER fOLLor.
ifomlay, Ifarcli 3(Hh, I 2fonday, April fvi
Monday, April , , Cth. j JowJay. Ajn-il j-Jt
Jorrdfiy. April -; l3ih. j Monday . Jay O I
Laying t the Week ctmmeBrlir. !Bay.llt,
Monday, May - 18rA, Mnhdtry,' June
Monday, May - . 25ih. J JowW June ,7'
JfoaJcty, June 5 lf. 1 -
AT 4, P. M. PRECISELY, TOCCHWQ AT
LAHAINA .- i i i ' ; ! : U . J
'.; KAILUA, : .
i AJiD LEAVING
KecdakeJrua. Wednesdtiy, td-oul noon,
Kailua, Wednesday evenings.
Kawaihae and Mahukona, Thursday afternoon.
Arriving back st Honolulu Satarday ssaraia-a.
ICT Passengers will be landed at Makot's Landing.
On Thnrsday, June 25th, 1868, "
SHE WILL LEAVE FOR
Koloa and Waliuen, Kauai,
At half-past 6 r. a,
Arriving back oa Satordsy, tka r"
617 WALKER a ALLia. A res Is.
Regular IispateH. L,ine
SAiV FRANCISCO I
THB AMERICAN CLIPPER BARK'
-ABBOTT. MASTER. . '
TII1 have Imairdlate Dbpatrfc far tbe asm Part
For Freight or passage, having superior accoavaodalians tor
cabin and steerage passengers, spply ta
617 ... C BREWER Agents.
For Bremen or Hamburg.
THE HAWAIIAN CtJPPER, : '
.". It JACOBS MASTER,
Will he Dispatched for either sf the ahavt Parti,
Imaxdiotely on her return from San Frsndsco,
And Sail on or ; about the 15th of . May.
For freight or passage, having superior Cabia srroaiauilk
sions, apply to 1616 am H. HACKrELl Cs.
C. BREWER & CO.'S LINE
FOR NEW BEDFORD.
: 1 4 ' The A 1 Arsi. Cllasxr Sltlai
.;. PERKINS. - MASTER,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Pert
Having a targs part of tier cargo already engaged. Fur
freight or passage apply to C BHEWKR A CO
.616 . .u . I t-l i . Market Wharf.'
,!"' JVcw:''15icc'Ii'llV' ' ":;
!Hi" ": lii - - . '
FBVIIK CNDERSIGNED HAVING. COM
PLETKD his new RICE jIND CORJf Af ILL. situstcd
at the suadiessc wad of Queen street, below the nae Charca, ft
is now reany to ilull and Polish PaJdy. and Grind Cora. I
Horse feed of all kinds ground to order. - r - ?
raaar ana fjorn wanted.
i ' Apply - : : : i :'. JOHM MITCHKLL.
610 2m AtUwMiU.-
: ON OLD PRICES. '
Vc v -md ITIost Desirable
CASTLE 6l COOKE.
ALES "AND CASES OF
AMERIC AN and OTIS DENIMS.
: CASES OF .
Heavy Blue Drills and CI uc Cottons.
A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF
FLANNELS BLUE, WHITE ANDRE).
All Waal. Silk aaal Waal. .
COTTOX 1XD AVOOL 1XD tOTTOX ILLWELkj
3- 4, 7 8 and 4-1 Wide,
And Yarioaa Qualitiea and Pricea,"
4- 4, 6-4, KM and 11-4
- t. ...
Cottons. Fine &Mediumi .
At Prices to Suit the Times.
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL !
AT LOWEST RATE,
lad Warranted Equal ta the Best la this Market.
BOILED. LINSEED OIL,
In 6 Galioa Cans, fruca Euglxod,
Pure White Lead and Zinc
In 5 fti Cant, from England.
PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE,
In 6 Gallon Cms, ex STREN.
AND AT THE LOWEST RATES. :
S CARD MATCHES, to be Sold Cheap.
A MCE ASSORTMENT OF v
Shelf Hardware at Low Prices.
ILL ORDERS FR01I T11C OTBES ISLl W
Filled at as gooil rates as if purchased per'soaaSy
and atteitdetl to promptly. ' ' ' 1 ,
616 lm ' -..