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i 1 E. P. ADAMST
... apsil ntv
s ; DAY. - -
- ; - O'CLOCK A. SALE3 BOOM.
4a Assortment of
. Vi ZDS,
I . -.- Etc., Etc.
Cranberries, Sacks Ground-reed.'
i-rrrls Sttpftf te Flour, " t
fcroten Svga'r. Fine Teat, J -
EiAtners CrystaUiut Oil, , -
&irk Corn, Painted rails.
tiid Gilt Frame Parlor Mirrors.
by 2 fcet, vita (tit stands, marble top.
frox cix, -
LOT L.EAD PIPE AND . .
' V WATER CLOSBT FIXTURES.
I Iron JBath. Tub ! :
IK H IIEELS
E. P. A DAM 3, Auct'r.
l e i NISTRATOR'S SALE
herds' Street, Honolulu.
CTE OK AN ORDER ISSUED
aprera- Coort of the Hawaiian Islands, by'; Etent tar8e k0a hedstea.l, koa
iUrtwelt. Vie Cbano-llor en me J.ta oay Korean mahosany ranri.le t
ekrot ! Ml, ! Bnden-bn-jrt, MmmfcOTw "7 " I sideboard, horse hair lounge, mosquito net, bed and bedding,
J A K.ff ll- " IT hair mattrass
dt f d. Will cans to O-- auiu ai pumic
drh- ttie 13tl1 of AP1"11 JJ'ext'
-." f .reaiises oo Blrhards tre. llonololu.
R J -lock nonn. all ri-t. title and i-.trrest
!: irsof Mid d-asol, in ami to ail that A
i. o Rirhar-U' Street. Uonolulu. which l
I- ooer ITeiB." nd fa known as the -John 4
I , . w. ' and is dtrscriled in Royal I'ati ot No. Thir- :
t d f rjoms, and other neeary buiHing. . !.. to tiie sale.
lAlOf ' briber particulars applj t j . . C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
1 -: Or C. KANAINA, i
XQ IminUtratorsoftheK-tate.IlerM-iesty O.K. qjj- FRIDAY, ..... APRIL 14th,
'. rch2"J, t71.
E. P. ADAMS, Aocl'r. - I
XZIZ REAL ESTATE
iVt . .Auction.
. j i. - - - - . - ' j A very choice assortment of -Vegetable and
Ol-niv . APRIL 22d i Garden Seeds
' i IHreet from the Bureau of AKrieult.ire, WashinUn,
, IT I i O'CLOCK, SOOS. AT 8ALKSK(XM. AT yz 0,CL0CKf M f
J Will be offered s , , t ALB'aND PORTER.
in I 'sct Price 1 $1,500 :
I i THAT VERT
IHWiElOT ORRARfEL 0FL4D
. ihe janctioa of the roads leadinx to Puaa
. j Waikiki-waen a, eloogi og to Oaha
t-i ing an area of 14 1-2 Acres!
of the land nay be seen at the auction roont
fc ; s al Credit will be given for '
TV vi-fourths of the Pur-
d l " TLE IS PERFECT.
K. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
l?.Ol'T TO L.KAVE THE KING, i
n.'S . 1 l rifty reque.1' all persons bavins any claims J
, sent Ihe savow for payment before W-e 2uth .
2 i, ipr.U. Is.L al 3t
"TTniT rT7 ITl T T T T T.'TJ CTT TTJ t
A ItTNKRS II I I II KRET O-
I' i B rxi .-Jng betwteD the undersigned, is thii day dis
t ?. ita. eooSKbi. All (M-rwoa having accoants wlih
J 1 . i , hits infurcif . . w wa i
-v- gry r tek-re Uie auih iuatnt. .- . - I
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P. II. 8KOKLKKN,
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a. 4 j.
i; DERsiNKD iiavk this dat '
" f .n s a t o-Partncralrip mmivr tlie.Firwi Name of j
s: Jipru i.isTL
. - . .. i
i?! SECELKEN & CO.,
: ?r. Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers, j
jn-r aitAtHia gtvea t. 8hip w . ,
the c.umi or liooiulu. a it the Islands gen- ;
i ilral patronage ia tb aMt,'w hope by sti ict 1
: i i Uipen to merit the saate lor the futurx j
i irua) Um ixbce Lslauda wilt be carefully artide4 !
- vrr 1 s t j
mw m works (o.;
JlAKB ALL KJXbS OF
INERT, STEAM KXCINES, ,
AR MILLS, WIND MiLLS,
t CtSTRIFCGAL MACHINES,
. . . BUILIRS. COOLERS,
. TANKS. SMOKE STACKS
Zind Heavy Sheet Iron Work.
3 M IRON. BRUSS AND LEAD
lo Order, aad parUcalar aueoUoa) paid to
cite, Cnmb erland & Soft Coal
bo Hand aad for Sal. " Alw, .
,04 Brass Work of alt klads.' ' . '
ngal Wire CWhs, of vari ia mestes.
' Paioit, Rubbes Packing anj siting. f ;
nping. Klaowa. Teea, Becd. Sipples,' te,
t , Steam a l water gauges. "
i . .; ' ' Boiler tubing, wfaos s'ses, -
PUU aad Angle Iron, " ' w -
r iron tor bailaat, jSrr.p Iron,
----- Nata, B4t, Waabra, Rlrta,' ".'
: 7, and a full Assortment of Steel.
'X SECG17D HAND nACHINERY,
( nice Paaap '
rated Brass Platea for CentrifugaU, "
U vised agarjf ill, -
4:1 slsed Sagar MU1 far cattle power, seer ad hand,'
l"sootaj Steaxo Engine, 10xH, second hand, -
Wsls for running centrifugals with SO feet
ad of water,- .
"ing down apparatus for URosr,
hl Boiler, 6 horse power,"
II Tubular BoIW. 1 horse power. ''' -
Sawing and Wood Vork
extctrrro to oedkb.
the Works bare aaosoal facilities. . . -. .
ALRXA?(iRS T0C5G, 'Manager.
BY C. S. BARTOW.
J3UILI)I.fi AT AUCTION.
OH". SATURDAY, APRIL 8th,
: ! - AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
By order of Bis Excellency the Minister -of the Interior, I Will
- fell at i'ubl A Oct ton, j f ;
Tie' Small Building on Merchant Street,
Situated between th Poit Office and Book Store of Mr
II.'M. Whitney, ant 'vrnx-rty umnl tor the delivery of Ha
waiian lctteia. Bai.JinK to be renmvrd.
C. . BARTOW, Auctioneer.
; .. -: : .. .-. : -- ' ...r.-i...,.
; BOATS AT AUCTION !
THIS DAY, SATURDAY. APRIL 8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK. At), f '
Or Immea'tstelv after the sale of the baiMInf-, at the wharf
back of the store of A. W. eeirca Co., I will sell
' at auction the
Following Boats, Complete with Oars, Row-
FAIR PLAT, FAVORITE,
. - : . 8IIOO FLY, STARS AND STRIPES.'
" C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
FURNITURE SALE !
OH" WEDNESDAY; - APRIL 12th,
r. AT lO O'CLOCK A. M.,
At "the residence of Mr." W. C. Weedon, No. 30 Punch Bowl
, street, I will sell at Public Aactioo,
THE FCRMTCREOP SAID RESIDENCE
. Consisting of
PARLOR. BEDROOM &.KITCHEN FURNITURE
Pnrloi Furniture, ;
Superior black walnnt set. hair cloth Sofa chairs, taiy chairs,
Marble top walnut centre UWe. walnut whatoou, ,
Rosewood whatnot, Ubles, pictures, etc., etc. .
One Rosewood Cottage Piano,
t ' Nearly new and in perfect order.
lied Koom Furniture,
wardrobe, mahogany and wal-
top wash stand, 1 black walnut
Dining Room and Kitchen Fnrniture,
One larxe mahogaoy extension dining table, small lot of crock
ery, cook stove, ouk dining chairs, cool ing utoiifils, baihing
tub, garden hose, garden and carpeoiers' tuois, et;., etc.
A LOT OF CORAL AND SHELLS.
. Itains Six Hundr-d an.1 -orty-rcu Mjuare i :
riot wieusarM One Uundred and Twenty-three All the articles of furniture are n-.-rly new, having been in nse
1 rj-aut. and is Ui riumlre 1 and Sixty -fright j . but short time
i Jhr ia a Urge Dwrllina; House on the rcmie4, warajture may be seen on Tuexlay afternoon, the day previous
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-, AT SALEROOM,
Will be sold, the usuul assortment of
I DRY 00S, CLOTHING,
IN BOND, CASKS OP RUM.
One Superior Saddle Horse,
kind and gentle, suitable for a lady.
- C. S. BAKTO W, Auctioneer.
Ouollt'g Cane Kniws.
iMmUe Jixrrd Shot tiurts. Pistols,
- Target Sharp Sliooters,
Silver Plated Harnesses !
Linen Ilorsc Covers and Metis, ' '
Smrs and Hiits. fie., etr.
iSB: HBMCMEBia ft CO.
(ENGLISH FANCY PRINTS,
tv, ss wi rrj m u im nraMMi, I O'V'llTo W HO TJC? "TU VT 11 1?
: , .Mrf S.u.t,b.t.eM,.st4Bd ; AUtl itiUi1t
I - j . bpineas e t - i j T - . .. . I
; -t: f Sh'ei' oTkoVlkS: i ' from europe;
- t Slrect, ket. 3If rrhanl and Qiff b, , ,,,'.
' x I Plus Cottons antlJilu Drills, . - .
IV; ''"r.. .f'- J"rPrtoiJ V0" ! 2.7cfc G&urfitnnd Alpacas.
f v .,::-. 2 aai a4 f-. wtta CnwoJinaa4 Pliam. i -
r;.r;trrr "LTirrr : Fine Colored mid 2?iuclt
Bias TViHett and Cashmeres, BTack Italians,
W bite Moleskins, Victoria Lawns,
Plain and Cueck-d Maiuaooks. i
White Maneilles and Sateens, " " " ?
White ami Colored Cambrics, Fine Spot Net,
Siik aMoKKm. Biack Crape.
blue and bite t lannet Wool Barege, r
' 'r' : . v
. .-' Cotton, Italian Cloth and Silk.
JEosoateaa, Pwpendera, . ,
Genuine Lubin's Extracts.
' Uair N'eti In great variety. , r ;!
A Fine Assortment of fc
RAIDS i TRIMJItNGS.
BLACK JXD COLORED. SILK RIbBOyS.
L.4D1EV FIXE C0I.L1RS ' CUFFS,
. Insertions and E.l?ings, India Rubber Chairs, Ear Rings,
t Inula Rubber Beks, 1 J Fringes.
ALSO, ON PIA-ISTD :
, SHEET LEAD, LEAD PIPE. SHOT.
Percussion Caps, Gog powder. Or iod stone. Jevsfearps a
j BEST ENGLISH HOOP IRON,
T: 3- iatch at aid sstch . ,
- A ..,.. J
, . iron Wire of an sies. Fencing Wire, Copper,
OalvanUcd Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Candle v ; Salad. Oil, : Mustard, Camphor,
JIIOT rSTOCK ACHOKS,
' CHAIUS, 3-8 and 7-16" Incnl :
Best Englirt I. R. Belting, 4 ply, 4 aod inch wide,
. Vis.3oK. ana. jMi 8 .
Copy Books, L tter Paper. Wrapping Paper. ' !
CENuir.E RHINE- WINES,
'" as nulfsKeimeT.heldcdcimer. Xiersieintr.-
, . nautBautenHrsVcbaleaad Tqoem, "
.' Uaut Barsac, Pod let Canet.SL Juiien.fc; .
. - , . IartelTi, and QUrd Dupuis ft Co.
Port Wine, Madeira, sScc., Sec.
FOR SALE AT -
ED. IlOFFSCniiAEGER & CoVs
CHAS. BREWER : CD'S ; LINE.
SPRIIVGE A SOX 1871!
F0R NEWBEDF0RD I
O I L AN D BONE!
THE A 1 CLIPPER SUIP
oio in ' Port, trill Load -trilh DispatcJ for Xew
'Hedford directs "
Shippers of Oil, Bone, Vital, and othf r merehandlr,
. Will find this a desirable opportunity,
r 1 t a l. & . . . .
, --w- -
C. BRKWEK A to., agents.
UMTED STATES, "NEW ZEALAND
rT j AND AUSTRALIAN - : I
STEA3ISIIIP ll.E OF XEW YORK.
,THE SPLENDID AMERICAN .-STEAMSHIP ,
E V T3 i2L ! "
Z(e Aere from ' &tn Francisco on the l(ith of April,
THE PORT OF HON 0 LU LU, ON APRIL 17,
.-1, -F0H--- r-,.,-r.rT
Auckland, Ner Zraland. - - - - l-
WelliatKlwii, rw Zealand,
Lyttlrton, w Zraluad,
. P,rl Ckalmrn, rw Zralsss.
Connecting .with Steamers, for
Sydney, Xew Saulb Wain,
" Mrjbourar, Vielorin.
. For freight or Passage to Ports of New Zealand, apply to .
al H. IIACKFELD Co.. Agents.
THE BRITISH BARQUB
: A 1 at Lloyds, 14 year,' .
CAMPBELL.'...'......' ..I.. ..T.. MASTER,
Is now loading for Uie above port, ami will be dispatched
On .Tuesday, the 11th. April !
' 'Frr freight or passage, apply to " ' " ''
di tf THKO. II. DA VI Kg.
Iffa wsiiian lsi elect JLiuc
jjjZ. ' ' ' TUB FINK PACKET BARK
D. C. Mni?i?ay,
: N. T. BENNETT, Slaster.
, WUl Sail Positively for the above Port on
SATURDAY, ------ APRIL 15 lb.
F r freight or psiage, having superior accommodations for
j CBD1U anu Birrrage passengers, nyvij v
!, al WALK Kit fc ALLEN, Acents.
latcular 5i.imtcli Iinc
- FOR , ...
SAi FRANCISCO !
Tf i o iviLnriiv n tpuitt.
hid At'irilstuniv vJAi a -
!-t. la -I r 1 ,
A. FULLER. Mauler.
"Will sail as above, on Saturday, April 18.
Fr Freight or Passage, having superior Cabin accommoda'
tions, apply to
ag . BREWER & CO., A genu.
IFOR'S A IV Fit Ai CISCO,
WiU have Immediate Dispatch for the Above Pert,
For freight or passage, apply to. . . . '
al H . HACKFELD & Co., Agents.
FOR VICTORIA, B. C.
4. rcN. TUK BRITISH .
- Will Follow the Robert Cowan for the above port,
SAILING OX TIIE 8th 1XST.
For Freight ot Passage, apply to
WALKER & ALLEN. .
North Pacific Transportation Company.
San Francisco and Honolulu Route
. . Tbe.Cotnpuuy'a Splrudid A 1
J" t; o jx nx s li i jr ax,
R. S. FLOYD, - j- COMMANDER.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU, APRIL 1st.
Will Iieave Snu Fmnelar,
On or about. ......April 16th
Cargo for Ran Francisco will be received at all times in the
Steamer's Warehouse and receipts for the same: given by the
undersigned. Nocliarge for Storage or Cartage. .
Fire risks in Warehouse not taken by the Company.
Insurance guaranteed at I iwer rates than by sailing vessels.
Particular care taken of shipments of Fruit. "
XT Shipments from Europe and the United States, intended
for these islands, will be received by the Company in San Fran
Cisco, if consigned to them, and be forwarded by their Steamers
to Uontula,.free of charge, rxcept actual outUy. -'
fJT Pastengirs are reqnimted to take their Tickets before VI
o'clock on the date of sailing, ami to procure their Paesmrls.
All Bills against the Steamer niust be presented before 2
o'clock on the day of sailing, or they will have to lay over till
the return of the-teacuer lor settlement.
H. UACKFELD ft CO., Agents.
KEGULin PACKET FOR LlIIAii.
-- : " -
THE SCHS. KETTIE ilEKKILL,
. 'f " . BT.D. CRANE, Blaster. f ,' ?
WfJI Ban Eefdlarij Vefwrrn This Port and Inhalni,
-j ) LE A VINO .
Ilonolnli evf ry 3Ienda j and Lihalna f very Thursday.
'.aiO ; r- ; : - i ; 1 H. RACKFNLD Cl, Agents.
Schooner Active, r
WUl ran as a R-rrular Packet to - tha above port. Por Freight
or Passnire apply to
n!2 6m , WALKER fc ALLEN, Agents.
Regular Packet for Uanalei, Kaiiai.
"THE CLIPPER SCHOONER
FAIRY ..ftUEEIf ,:;
WB'SaiTdj a'Megvlar Pa&cet dstdbovc.
For Freight or passage apply to
oj cm jr jf ' a
W ALICE R t ALLXN.
,.' : SPERM OIL! . '
A RRANTED TIIE PURE ARTICLE.
jaJ9 ' f For sals by BOLLfce. 4- CO.
IN BOND OR. DUTY PAID I ,
A GEXERAL'isSORTMEXT OF SUM-
il Baits. For sale by
BOLLES A- CO
' " HEMP" AND FLix CANVAS ! 4 fc '
EST ARBROATH , MANUFACTURE,
assorted Numbers, In bond or duty paid.
128 For sale by BOLL13 CO.
..r LRON .STOCK ANCHORS,
SIZES, FROM 'lOO LBS. TO 4,000 LBS.
. tn Bond or dot j paid. For saw by
JalB BOLLES A CO.
HEMP AND COTTON SAIL TWINE!
OR SALE BY-
la28- - i..
B0I.LE9 fc CO.
... T7A1IXED. .
i th. City or Country by a tientleman of S yer ex
perience in and thorougly acquainted with the Honolulu
business.- Best reference can be given - - '
; mil i :. - 1 Address H B Post Ogee, Boa 21.,
. - FIHE BUILDING LOT FOE'sALIL ,.
J fc' I! FORT STB EET OPPOSITE TIIE
Oovernmeut School House. , - - . . r : s
JL- , - For particulars apply to , .
m25 St ' , J- w- ATJgfm.
V FOR SALE-TJIE COTTAGE OX TUK
lecn Waikiki, formerly occupied by Miss Muut-
J, giiniery. Apply
tr - M
W. L. tiRKBN.
FCRXISIIED COTTAGE TO LET AT
WAIKIKL 1 he Cnttage recently iccofled by W. L.
On to, at :he Beach. Waikiki. Kent, 40 per mouth,
or by the year at $36 per month. - -: ... a ; -j
otl. . . . . Apply to W. L. OHhtJ.
FOE RENT OE LEASE!
l-a SEVERA L COTTAGES, PI.E.4S AXTL.T
located, and suitable for large and small families. They
JdJJk are entirely NKW, handsomely finished, and supplied
with ail the necessary outhounes and modern improvements.
dM tf, . Apply to UViiO feTAXOK-N WALD, M. D.
; ' : i
THE HOUSE LtTELT OCCUPIED BT
. 1 Clrair Antilw fn
U. As Ft Wiu'9 I f. blPlllDriCAtf
3 , aw al a.W AA dlVUCVti .
FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET. ' '
FOR FOUR OR FIVE MONTHS, FROM
May 1. For further particulars, inquire 01
ro'Zo ltn . .
11. M. WHITNEY.
LETT'S LOiSDUN DIARIES 181 1.
I ' QUARTO ixb CAP FORM, AND VERY
CHKAP 7 5 Cenla nnil l.UO each.
mi6 a,., -. For Sale bj H- M. WI1ITNEY. ,
FINE BARRELS AND SHOOKS !
-. , '-.: -i
lOR MOLASSES COXTAIXERS.
d21 For Sale oy v.. t.a. s
-sf Th 1ksi GALLONS. IX
For sale by
BOLLES & CO.
BEST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT !
.TUR SALE Bf
? ji8 - ' ; ... -
BOLLES A CO.
' . CALIFORNIA LIME! .
WE II AVE A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM
the celebrated Santa Cms Lime Kilns, which enables
ns to sell at the lowest rates. '
jaas ; BOLLES 4- CO.'.
; RUSSIA BOLT ROPE, b
A SSORTEO S1KS.
. For sale by
BOLLES & C6'. '
WORML1XE. M A RLIX, SEIZING. RAT
LIN. ett., etc. A full assortment for sale by
j.,28 , , BOLLES & CO.
A LL SIZES. FROM 1-2 TO 5 IXCH IX
bond t-r duty paid
For sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
Y.-ifl. C. A. .REAMS, OS.
F1MIE Y. M. C ASSOCIATION OF HOXO
X LULU. ANNOUNCE A
Series of Public Readings & Lectures
To be given in the OLVMPIC HALL of this place. The
First Entertainment will be a Reading,
. and will be held on
TIuirMlay Svosnii, April Glh,
A 8njid and Third Reading to follow once a fortnight
thereiifter, i. e., on the gOth of April and the 4lb ot
The following LECTURES will be delivered at the
same place : , . . .1 '
"The Ameiican Oriiu of the Hawaiians. and their relation?
to the other Polynesian 1 noes."
W. C. JONES, Esq."
APRIL 27lh. "Egypt and the East."
. HON. J. W. AUSTIN.
M A Y 1 1th HON. A. S. H ARTWELL.
Admission, Twenty-Five Cents.
..Tickets for the Series, One Dollars.
: Tickets can be procured at Castle A Cooke's. E. O. Hall &
Bon's, H. M. Whitney's and T. Q. Thrum's, Stationers. al
H HAOKFELD & GO.
Oiler ITor Sale,
Hawaiian Bark Ea Moi !
JUST ARRIVED FROM LONDON !
2 . . ' t '... , c i
. . Sr.
mDETIIT OF GOODS
Selected with Great Care
FOR THIS MARKET
ENGLISH PRINTS. FANCY LILAC. AND
Mourning, Sairsinir Prints, Twiiled Chinls Prints, Fancy
1 1 l . . Vi..mn I uwn- : . '
Munlina. ViiHoria Lawn. MftaiiniK. 'NMttintr.
rVaperior Black Cohonr, Illark Alpacra,- r- r
Freonh Merinos and Crape, WoOleu Drews Ooods,'
.l l. a ,,i . . .
June auu iue iiroad tjiotn,
Italian Cloths, White Moleskins,
W bite Drills, White Duck,
Black Haircloth, White iShirtinir and LonRcloth,
. . Turkey lied Cloth, Urown and Blue Cotton Urills,
. . i Heavy Brown and Uiue Cotton, Ticking,
Blue Denims, very heavy, - - ' ' J
Blankets, large size assorted colors,
BLEACHED: LINEN SHEETING !
, " ' r i t . . , , . , .
" Blue Alhambra Red Qui It i 1- v ' i,
Wbite Bed Quits, Fine Linen Imperials.
W bite Linrn and Cotton Turkey Towels,
Superior l.iue'n Handkerchiefs, "
Fancy CotUin Ilan.lkt relii. fs,
iTurTtey Red and Vellow ilandkerchiefs, . ; ,
PUlii White Fla Duel. ' - ' " 1 ; 1
Blue Twilled Saxony Flannel.
Whit Mu.;.. 1 1 . .
- .... " .n, aa. . , ,
"rey Mixed Socks, Uulies' White Hose,
Fancy Umsk Table Covers,
Black Silk, Neckties, Fancy Alpacca Blouses, I ' ,
Fine ' Linen iBosom J Shirts.
White Cotton FhTrts," '
Fancy Calico Shiru, Hickory Shir", .
Heavy Merino Undershirts. " w i .. , I
filk Imitation Undershirts.
Brown Cotton Undershirts,
Turkey Red Suspenders, Black 'EDk rmbrella,
Black Silk Elastics, Blue Cotton Thread
, Woolen and Cotton Girths, Feather Duters,
Hoiled linseed Oil !
White Zinc Paint, 3 round White Lead,
Red Ochre and Venetian Red, ,
Burlaps. Kail Twine, Scotch Uemp Canvs,: ' ' ' ' J
Knssia Puck, lipht and heavy,
Bright Fenciujr Wire, ' . . .
llojp Iron, from inch to H Inch, ' ';
Tinned Saupan with Covers, Babbits MeUL
Galvanised Uas Pipes, to inch, - '
Galvanised Iron Buckets and Tubai
Cabin Lamns and
C. C. Iron with brass guards, : '1
!Fine 'Pocket KniYes r and Steel Sciisort !
Crushed Sugar, French Chocolate,
French Pease au nature!,
Malaga and Sultana Raisins,
urrxois m Jars, baud Oil, ,
, Codliver Oil, Curry Powder. ' " .
Essences of thelld Almonds,
Liven ool Slt, Sausg .s in Tins,' , ,
WhilUhire Liaf Cheese, .
Hutch laoaf Cheese, Malt Vinegar in Demijohns and fbls.
Craain or Tartar, Seed Biscuits.
iin In Basket ami Boxes. Bum in Barrels, .
Imle Coofw Co Ale, Claret In Boxes,
Bhine Wine, rVhiedam Aromatic Sehnwpps,
Punville Irish Whiskey. Manila Horse Rope,
Stoclfhofm Tar, Piteh in hair Barrels. -Portland
Cement, Fire Bricks square and arch.
Blacksmith Coal, -
Moots Yellow Metal and Composition Nails,
. a Best Rifle Powder in lb. Tins, ., ; k tSi
1.000 hsrrKls New Oil Shooks,
, J00 Toos We-t Hartley Stean Cosl. J2S
: . . i , SATURDAY, APRIL 8... .
Phsses op tbb M005 fob the Mourn op AraiL,lS71
1 Hosolclp Mean Tib. ,
April 6th Full Sloon .;....r.;;..S 63 am
. Ilth Iat (Quarter...... A... .T 2a pm
19lh New Moon ...8 32 la
28th First Quarter.... ...1 16 pm
.i- " . ; TIJSE OF SUM RISING AND 8ETTINO.
AprU 1st gunBiaes & 58 a ; Sua Sets 0rM
8th un Rises..,. 5 51 am ; Sun Sets. 8 13 pa
15th An Riea,...5 44 am , San Sets 16 pm
2-il Sua Rises 5 39 ax j Sun Sets 18 pm
29lh Sun Rises. ...6 S3 am , Sun Sels 6 21 pm
': , lj : ',- Capt. Uimil Smith.
i! NOTES OF TIIE WEEK. :
. See Fourth Page for the first part of "A Week
in WashiDgtdn,'" by a lady resident' of h Undsr
. Quick Passages. Tha Comet and the Emerald
both. report twelve days passage from San Francisco,
strong northerly and easterly winds prevailing. . , .
iloTAi 'Arch Chapter, meets every third Thurs
day in the month, in Lodge Room of Le Progres de
POceanie; ' -s -i :: .
Commandert of Kkiguts Templar,' meets. every
second Thursday in the) month, in Lodge Room of
Le Progres de POceanie. , ;
The Assessment Case, of the Minister of Fi
nance vs. Ilackfeld & Co., was before the Supreme
Court in banco on Wednesday last.
Good. Work We have.rarelyBcen finer speci
mens of ornamental painting, than is displayed in
the new, Post Office. . Pickson, KiDg street, is the
artist, . . . "..
Man of War Expected II. B. M.'s S. S Zealous,
20 guns, 3716 ,tons, 800 horse power, having on
board Rear Admiral , Farquhar, is about duo here
from Callao, en route for Victoria, Y. I.
- Larceny of Lumber. On Tuesday last, a native,
a soldier, was convicted of stealing a board from J.
S. Lemon's premises .at Kulaokahua, and sentenced
to two month's imprisonment.
Seeing akd Hearing. We learn that Dr.'D. E,
Dudley, surgeon Oculist and Aurist, recently from
San Francisco,' will remain in this city for a few
days, aud can be consulted at the Sailors' Home.
Passing Spurious Coin. A case comes before the
native jury this morning of a native passing a brass
medal for a 5 piece. . It has the head of liberty and
the eagle, with the words " W. R. Brown, Congress
Hall, Saratoga." He eot five silver dollars for it
from an old fish woman so sue says.
The Mohongo This double-ender, which for
merly visited this port, having been condemned and
sold by the United States Government, has been, by
her purchasers in San Francisco, entirely rebuilt of
iron and is now. declared to be the safest and strong
est sea-going steamer sailing out of that port.
Waialua Seminart This institution for the ed
ucation of Hawaiian girls between the ages of six and
eighteen, was re-opened on the 2d inst, under the
able charge cf Miss Mary Green, formerly of the
Makawao Seminary. There are already fourteen
pupils, and we hope to see the institution ' well sup
A Chance for a Race Across Tns Pacific. The
barks Comet and X). C. Murray, will both sail for
San Francisco about to-day week, when there will be
an opportunity to test the relative sailing qualities of
the two vessels. To suit the San Franciscans, per
haps it would be a good idea to divide the mails be
tween them. . ;
Supreme Court. The sessions of the Court com
menced on Monday. The only'cases decided were
The King r. Pahukula, larceny. Verdict of not
'guilty. " , '
.The King vs. A. C. Buffura, non-compliance with
a statute provision. Verdict of guilty. .
In the latter' case, counsel noted an appeal to the
full bench. '
Bold Robbery On' Thursday evening, the 30th
ult.,' some one entered Mr. W. R. Seal's bed-room at
Makiki, and stole a lot. of jewelry and 'trinkets, and
a' sum of money in silver, altogether about $100
worth.: The thief had begun to rummage the drawers
of a bureau, when apparently disturbed by some one
approaching. ' ' '' : ' '
A Noteworthy 21st of March. '
, Tuesday, March 21str was St. Benedict's Day ;
The sun crossed the, equinox ; , ;
The Marquis of Lorne was married to the Princess
Louiee, of England ; and
1Thc new Honolulu Post-office was opened for the
pablic. Remarkable events. '
" Trottino Horse. In a late number of the New
"Bedford Standard, we notice the announcement that
Captain Wm. H. Allen, of Groton, Conn., formerly
master of the whaleship Onward, in company with
Mr. IE II. Rockwejl, of New London, has bought the
celebrated horse known as " Fitch Hambletonian,"
for trotting purposes." ; The price paid was $i0,000.
1 Rare Toys We learn that the children of Mr
Ballieu, the French Consul, have donated to the
Fair, all their wealth of toys, among which are some
new and very rare kinds, of German manufacture.
There is something .suggestive in these little French
children in Hawaii, thus giving their cherished play-
hinjp their wealth it may be saidto feed and
ckthe their compatriots in far-off France.
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An iNCORRiGrBLE Kainapau, a member of tbe
chaingang, was before the Police Court on Monday,
on charge of stealing a carpenter's rule, valued at
!g5, from Mr. Fyfe, the governor of the jail. Kai
napau is an; old oOender, being under sentence of
five years for setting fire to the whaleship President,
and having previously served out several terms for
larcenies. He got six months additional for the rule.
! Inquest Closed. The inquest on the body of an
infant that was found on the flats near the prison
some' time ago, was closed last Saturday, and the
jurors finally, discharged, nothing having boeq dis
covered as to the case beyond the mere finding of the
bodyti -The verdict was to the effect that the infant
came to its: death at the bands of some person or
persons 'unknown. '
1 Holy Week. To-day ends the week of Holy days
according to the church calendar. . Lost Sunday was
Palm Sunday, Thursday was Holy Thursday, yester
day Good Friday, and to-morrow is Easter Sunday.
By official notice, no public business was transacted
yesterday, and numbers of shores were closed. The
services to-rnorrow will be particularly interesting in
the Roman Catholic and English churches! ' "!
' Cholera, is the East. The .Asiatic cholera is
reported as having broken out in the. East Indies,
and is raging, fearfully. . It is of course expected to
travel. West ward on its devastating career, and ,we
notice that New York has already taken precaution
ary measures of quarantined Several thousand emi
grants from ! Europe were at' last 'dates detained
below Staten Island on this acconnt, ' ' ; '. ' ,V ' '
- As Infernal Machine. A native, named Hoopu,
employed about Tibbeltts & Sorrensonrs Bhip yard,
had for, some time been suspected of pilfering small
sums which were missed from the money-drawer.
On Monday last, an ingeniously contrived trap was
set and resulted in catching tbe thief. ! A loaded
pistol was fixed with a string id the trigger, securely
fastened under the drawer, on opening which the
string was pulled and. the pistol discharged.. . About
11 ; o'clock Hoopii, being probably. . short of funds,
made bis. accustomed .visit to the -drawer, and was
received with an explosion that made his hair stand
on end and bis knees knock together and his com
plexion 'assume the hue of .an extremely dirty dish
cloth. The thing was too plain, and so he owned up
to stealing $15.75, that he could remember of. be
sides a long series of unconsidered trifles, that had
gone from memory's gaae.'-'He got two years im
prisonment and $5 fine, and thus will have leisure
to reflect on man's inhumanity to man in inventing
infernal machines wherewith to entrap unsuspicious
chevaliers d'. Industrie. , ' . ' . '
The Fijis. From Sydney papers we learn that a
requisition to the Mayor of that city to convene a
public meeting to urge upon the Government the ex
pediency of assuming the protectorate of ther Fiji
Islands, was in course of circulation for signature.
The proximity of those valuable islands to Australia
renders it important that they should not be allowed
to fall into the possession of any'other power, and it
is evident that the natives are far from being suffi
ciently advanced for self-government. The fact that
the AVebb line of steamers will probably touch at the
Fijis willlead to their rapid advancement in foreign
population: ' ! 1 '
New Furniture Mr. I-L T. Donnell has just
opened a lot of new furniture, received by late ar
rivals from California, that will well repay examina
tion. As we looked at the many beautiful articles
calculated to make home cheerful, comfortable and
j. luxurious, we could not suppress a sigh when we re-
membered tne coiiapsea conauion oi our puns, ajui,
the proprietor informed us that he could not only
suit all tastes, bat accommodate : customers with
purses of varied capacity. Among other new goods
Mr. Donnell has imported a splendid hearse from the
establishment of Gray, the San Francisco under
taker, which, in point of richness and chaste finish,
excels anything of the kind seen here before.
Four Unlucky "Ahs Last Sunday morning,
about one o'clock, the practiced ears of a policeman
on watch In Nuaanu street informed bint that gatu-
V1:M maI.1 am In m AnAMA tltllOa ti nivl YlV
a.A.ujs w- - ,.77- 1
Chinamen. Peeping through a crack, he observed a
considerable party squatted on the floor playing
cards."! On' admittance' being . demanded, the..lamp
was put out, the police kicked in the door ; and
secured four of the players, Ahko.'Ahkea, Aho and
Ahimi, and all four unlucky ahs were condemned
next morning to pay ten dollars each for breaking
the Sabbath. That is the only way in which the
Celestials can be fined for gambling, as they are too
shrewd to show any money, and they won't inform
on each other. . " ' . , - v .
A Boat Race ajtd aw Accident Last Tuesday
afternoon, the Fearless and the King Phillip had
another trial of speed outside the harbor and back.
This time the latter boat was sailed by Mr. J. O'Don
nell, and was so well managed that she camo near
fairly beating the Fearless, and might have done so
but for the , timidity of her crew, who would not
allow more sail. She however won the race, the
, other boat capsizing when within a few yards of the
I pinUes, rendering her unmanageable in a sudden
ji".u, . v b t. .
winnincr imisi i w i r I i im uidbaiue ui lavi i uu'ii. l
! near the wharves, and nothing worse waa experienced I
snuaii. j.1 was lortunaie tost uie uawm wtunci
L.Vv v.-. a ,t,: . ionA
than a nnlrt hath an1 tha lull ftf I IA rOA nil An lllKt
! within reach of the goaL
Later frorn Europe.
Paris in Arms Against Ihe
V:, Assembly I
The bark Comet, Capt. A. Fuller, arrived on
Tuesday, bringing a small mail, and four days
i later news, telegraphic dispatches ironi Europe
being to the 21st of March.... During the four days
! previous to that date, the discontent of tho." Na
I tionales" in Paris had culminated into insurrec
tion. The troops fraternized with the populace and
abandoned their Generals, two of whom, Thomas
and Lecoinpte, were shot. The city was tinder tho
entire mastery of the insurgents. What their ultl-
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, mate object is. does not appear very plain, nor fsj
1 itlikelv that they know themselves. , They have a
i Republican Central Committee, which is the, only
i organization at present, and thi bad ordered com
j munal elections, to be held on the 23d. At that
i time, new members ot the General Assembly were
i to be chosen, and if tbe old members, now sitting
nt Versailles, will not give place, there will very
likely be a bloody collision. The movement ap
pears to be a rebellion against the Government
of the" Assembly, of which Thiers is the bead. He
is, extremely unpopular, and nothing short of his
removal will satisfy the mob. '
. Louis Blanc, who is one of the leaders of the in
surrection, was prominent in the revolution of
1848.. lie is an uncompromising radical, and was
an opponent of Louis Napoleon, after whose coup
d'eUd he was in exile for twenty years. What Louis
Blanc and other Republican of his stamp would
desire, is undoubtedly to see sincesc and consistent
Republicans at the bead of tbe French Government,
but they are taking the wrong course to bring
about such an end. Meantime, the' Man of Sedan "
t has arrived at Chiselhurst, at a oonvenicnt point
from which to communicate with his numerous
agents, who are said to be flooding France. II o
only waits his opportunity to again appear on the
stage as the ruler of France.'
- Thiers, as President of the Legislative Assembly
issued a proclamation on tbe 19th, appeal 'mg to tbo
reason and the patriotism of the citizens of Paris to
preserve order. He intimates that the Government,
which is really Republican, will take the arms
away from the insurgents not, perhaps, an, easy
task! He concludes :" Tbe Government, hoping
the malcontents will return to their duty as good
citizens, and obey the laws, still withholds Us
orders to proceed to extreme measures to free the
country of the new enemy, but is determined to j
act when necessary, and deliver the principals!
over to justice. Tbe Government relies on tho co
operation of all good citizens." .
On the 20t.h comes the proclamation of Louis
Blanc, Schoelicher and others, which declares that
it is actuated'by tho absolute necessity of having
Paris and tbe Republic convinced of the best means
of achieving what will satisfy the legitimate wishes
of tbe people. They will propose two measures to
the Assembly : the election of chief to the Nation-
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bv all citizens. What is now most wanted is order.
in liberty by liberty, - , . , ,
London, March 21. Napoleon arrived at Chisel
hurst at two this afternoon. There was great
cheering everywhere. .
Vkrsatt.i.es. March 21 There are 2 0.000 troops
in tbe neighborhood of tbe Chamber. The Assembly
has resolved to appoint a committee to consider
the state of France, and putting tbe 'Departments
of the Seine and Oise in a state of siege.
Paris, March 21 The bullion in the Bank of. On the 22d a number r.f unarmed persons at
France has been removed to Versailles- The uois- . torn p ted to pass ivto the' districts -occupied by tie
sued notes have been destroyed. ' ; 'Insurgent end the National Gtiurd. Baron Nathan
Combates has assumed the title of Director of (Rothschild T) headed tbe crowd, carrying the flag.
General Telegraphs, and ordsr the suspension of I They were flrad upon, tsnd persotis killed aud
all private teleprams. .. - ' I wounded, among tbe latter tbe Bnron.
" The insurgents oil several occasions have mis- ! A pari- jynrnai ,ay. tbat BIsmack has informed
takenly fired on each other. , Thiers that tho Germans will occupy Paris on
, So details of losses can yet be given. . j Slinday uaWn by tbat linjo JUWrt of thi,
Tbe majonty of the journals consider the elec- , ,itU!ltioa. Bi,,mtirck cittim8 tbo restoration within
Hons ordered as void.
The insurgent journals declare their willingness
to treat at Versailles on tbe following condition :
'The election of -a Communal Council by tbe
people, the re-organization of the Nationalea, self
election and-removal of officers, and the suppres
sion .of the -Prefecture." . i f ;
The last issues of tbe Paris army journals de
clare Thiers tbe author of the troubles, and couosel
tbe Government to firmness and tranquillity.
Tbe Insurgent Government announces that tbe
forts are immediately to be armed, to insure the
defense of the capital.
The insnrgents sent an ultimatum to Thiers,
fixing Ibe 23d as the last day for the return of the
Assembly to Tai is. ' ' - - - -
If they. return they shall have liberty of action.
If they refueIthe National Guard will march to
Versailles and disperse tbem. ' , -
TEKSAnjJw', March 21. In the Assembly Grevy
denounced the iosurrectioa. ; ." . t
Delescluz introduced a plan for tbe election' of a
Municipal Council of SO .members,' for tbe Paris
emergency, which was voted upon, i !
- A plan of election for commanders of the Nation
ales was introduced.' ",
TbeDeputiea announced tbe a.asRinaUrs.and the
course of the Paris Deputies was repudiated tn par
leying with the insurgents. '. ,
London, March 21 The Government at Ver
sailles has addressedla re-assiuing circular to tbe
Prefects of tbe Departments, informing tbem tbat
the situation of Paris is no worse.
Tbe revolution is dishonored by its criminal acts,
and is unanimously disavowed. . - r
GeoiChanzy and other officers are still detained
by the insnrgents, but there are hopes of their
speedy release. - .,
Tlie Government promises a speedy intervention
of the army now rallied before Versailles, and
concludes with assurances that the greater part of
the country remains calm. : - :
A meeting of the editors of the Paris press was
held to-day. .A resolution was adopted declaring
that th conrfcation of tbe tltdors for to-morrow
should be.uull.acd void, and that public opiniaii -agaiust
the committee which ordered It. and tlial U
is to be boned tbe committeo is not implicated In
X iJ!.galUi5 and rriminalitie of "the ins.irrpni.
and that now is the time for tu- National fttiu.d of
Paris to come forward and pnt an end to. tbl de
plorable etale'of nffaii-8.- ' 't.
iTbe indignities Inflicted on Gewral tbanty, iw
many arbitrary arrests tnade. and tbe su-penalon
of the F.iro and Oaulois, have around general
indignation. ' ' . ii
,; Gravy's address yesterday makes Rood Jh im
pression that the Uoveriim-iit at Versailles ha
resolved promptly to re-establish order.
Emperor Wllllnaiia Sp-h h Oaeiila
, f lb Ceranstai Furljannem... ,?
' Berlin. March 21. Tbe German Partlamrnt waa
opened to-day by Emperor William, who in person
delivered speech Lis trom the hrono.f lUHL?mP,
ror then iaid : - " ' ' ' t
When I see the German Ueichsrath lor tb iiri
time since the glorious but trying alrtiggle whlcri
Germany has victoriously proawcutfd lor independ
ence. I am compelled first to Rive lliauks to God
for the historic successes with w hich he has blessed
tne faithful unity of our German allies, the heroism
aud dic-ipiiue tif our armies, and tho devotion ot
our people. . . ., , . - . , -
We have now what our forefathers struggled
for the unity of Germany, and the security of her
frontiers. Our conviction of a fnture unity was
Veiled: but the ever-present enthusiasm of ur peo
ple rent tho veil, when Fatherland was tnreatened.
and the nation rose in her defense, and traced It
firm will in indelible characters on the battlefields
of Franco, to remain forever a tiniUjd people. The
spirit auimatirtK Germany pt-rrad.-s
moraU tIMiliu-;tion. n,.r
eunrd atrainst the abuses of her acquired power.
Independent Germany respects the independence
ot others, This fierpr ordeal through which we
have pafsed is a. reliable piiaranUM of European
peace, and powerful and self reliant Germany now
"bequeathes to yon tbe regulation of her own affaiiH
ns it satisfactorily heritage. -
To the special gratification of Germany the Con
ference at London in a peaceful spirit has ucbieved
a work of conciliation, and it ia now the tusk of
the Ueicbrath to heal the wounds, aud to con Arm
thanks ,of Fatherland to Ihone who l avo paid for
the victory with their blood aud lives.
'Let tbe Reicbsrath co-operate -with the Govern
ment in. tbe constitutional misnlou of perfecting
laws for tho welfare of the people. '
.The constitutional arrangements contemplated
by the Government involve the prorisianB of the
separate treaties made in November with the
Southern States, which will receive, in the new
Act to bo submitted to the lle'?hrath, a better
confirmation and a more hannonions rendering. The
amount to be contributed by each State towards
, . '
current expends ot I be l.trip . Oem anas a
ietrai lament, and Ranction Is to bn rircn t
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sonarate laws for Bavaria, which will le introduofd.
The war indemnity will bo disposed wilh your
j approval in conformity with the requirements of
i the Empire. Jhe jiiut claims oi tne expenses or
j the war wil be laid before you as soon ns possible,
j The position of the recovered territory renders
I necessary special legislation, which will be speedily
; brought to your attention.
Pensions for soldiers und support for widows and
orphans caused by the war are to be provided for,
and measures to that end fhould be made to apply
to the whole Empire, for all fought with equal !
votion. and deserve equal honor and reward.
May the re-estabiishiuent of the liet man Jinplre
be a promise of future grcutuees! Muy the war
fought so gloriouKly be followed by nn equally
glorious peace, and our people henceforth prove
victorious in the universal struggle for the fruits
of peace. ' ' ...... -
. Tbe marriage of tbo Piincets ' Louise nnd . tho
Marquis of Lorne took place at Windsor, on the
21st of March, with great splendor, of coure.
There were nine bridesmaids, the jbrida waa iveii
away by the Queen, and the ceremony waa per.
formed by the Bifhop of London, in choral Kfyle,
assisted by the Bishops of Oxford, Winchester and
Worcester, in the present of 1,000 guests. The-
at amr ' a
Marqui3 oi Lorne wore ine nniiorm oi trie Argyi-
i ,,...,. nnt thm t , C7I V
are not told what the bride wore, but probably the
next mail will enlighten us on that important point.
Pkhth, March 20 Jin tbe Diet the Government
were attacked for not intervening in the peace pre
liminaries in favor of Franco. Andrassv defended
the Government, lla said care for thereal interest
of monarchy prevented it; wo could only follow a
war policy if its existence was menaced : then it
would develop unexpected firenglh. .The Emperor
sent an autograph birthday congratulation to
l Madrid. March 20. The EpeixM contradicts th
story of the effort to aell Cuba and i'orto Rico to
the United States. . , - f
' Key West, (Fa:.) March 21 The TJ. 8. S. 7n
nessee with tbe -San Domingo Commissioners on
I board, arrived here this morning, five days from
r'rri . t - rr'i . , . . Y i , t . , ,
LfMugBiuu,,!. iiia wuoie party, iuciuuiiir me cm-
cers ana crew, are in excellent health. Mr. Watle
has his report finished, to which Howe has agreed.
The report Is about two columns 16ng.- While he
wishes to add i considerable, he may consent to
agree to it with a few amendments. This report is
in tbe main favorable to annexation. - The chief
features deemed somewhat unfavorable are con
nected with the questions of debtund thel nundry
of grants. ' 1 : 1
TWO DAYS LATER!
Tho Germans Again Threaten Paris.
By the arrival on Thursday noon of the clipper
ship Emerald, Captain Lull, 12 days from Sau
Francisco, we havo dallies to the "24th nit., two
days later than previous advices.
Tho situation In rails was "unchanged fot (he
belter. The city is reported on 'tbo 23d to be
oniet tbe filiiet of the himlierlnir frr.litunn Tim
B, were clogt.d ftn1 th f
Paris was tiembling on the verge of civil war.
Tbe Nationals of Montmartre and Belleville,
supported ' by the r.cam of the Faubourgs, are
intrenched in one part of the city, obeying the
orders of a revolutionary Committee : while the
Nationals of the other quarters, equally Republican
in feeling, but opposed to violence, occupy other
portions of the city, obey the regular autliortle,
and are apparently determined to atand by tho
Government. All the more respectable ' cUsses
are against the insurgents, even the usnaMv-excit-
.. . A al tl .. . .
aom pupus oi mo i-oiyieconique school refusing
to join tbem. The tJovernment watches the situs
tiou nnxioiisly ut Versailles, determined to resist
! themo.b !f".."2?-b 1$ "l"
suasion, and It seems to have the sympathy of th
Lest people throughout the country. The Prus
sians occupying the Northern and Eastern forts
will not interfero unless the insurrection threatens
to subvert the authority to which tbey look for
carrying out the terms of peace. On the whole,
the insurrection seems to lack moral force, and to
show some signs of weakening, although affairs aro
j in ench a critical state that a trifle may precipitate
desperate conflict.. . ; . ' .
nours or tne teiegrapn leading to l'anlin which
had been destroyed, or Paris will be treated us an
enemy. -; - , . ; ( -
Thiera requested jthe Gerniana sot to bombard
Paris, lest the innocent may sutler. He issued a
proclamation to the people 'of France, declaring
tbat tbe Government will. fnaiRtain its trust, and
make no compromise with the guilty, , ,
Gen. Chanfy waa still a prisoner in the hands of
i tne insurgents, and Gen, Raphael is reported as-
sasslnated. A dispatch of the 22d sava : Thn
armed insurgents bavs been reinforced. Tho city
is gloomy aod tbe excitement is intense."
London, March 21 The, Daily ytrrs special
says the ceremony of coronation at Berlin will be
of imposing simplicity. 'Charlemagne's marbU
throne will b brought from Achen Commons Us-
is, March .22 Thr Official Correspondent
"We shall certainly not Interfere with
says: - we snail certainly not Interfere with
1'arts now, but Know how to guard tbe interests
and press tbe fulfillment of French engagements."
Elrux, March 22 The statement comes from a
reliable source that orders have been issued to
atop the retura borne cf f.he French prisoners for
the present t.'
Berlin. March 22 Bismarck has received' tb
rank of Prince.. MoltUe is invested with tha Grand
CroBs of the Order of tbe Iron Cross.
The San Domingo Commissioners were to leave
Key West on the TZA, and were expected to arrive
at Washington on the 27th. Their report would
be'etrongly in favor of annexation. It it reported
tbat the President will not press the question at
this session, vei should Congress not adjourn by
the 31st. '
1 On the, 22d, Senator Sumner attempted to Intro
duce a long resolution' in the Senate, condemning
the action of Government In tbe San Domingo
affair, but In tho language of Jthe dispatch it woe
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