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Iij tho rrifIcf the D C. .Murray ia 1G d
ni ihe IVMitUr in 15 dajs from dan Francisco, we
r in receipt of cur re guUr tile of Calif.jri.ia auJ
The telegraphic news In twtHr Jajs later than oar
priou dates, but there i a black of ten Jajs. The
iri haj beta down mot: of the time for twenty .Jajs.
The news is not of aa:h imfrtanc3.
Xtw Yobs. JunMl.'j. The New Orient. corre
aponJmt of th llorald stys it ia estiai ite J that the
totI araouct of cotton secrete-i west of the Mi9!s.p.
pi is oa hundre-I tbouo-l bales two-thirds of
which is in A kio Pierre Soula is ia Mexico.
z-G jTernc r .Moor w arrested at Mobile and ient
19 Waahicgtoc. General Sheridan has ixued orders
forbidding nT-.ir&ry interference wilh "the shipment
of cotton. Steamer Gov. Troup, fur Savannah,
with cat go cf cotton, took fire eleven miles below
Aagiv-i. The vessel, cargo ftt;J baggage were lost.
Four of the passengers. (?) mostly negro??, were
drowned. General Moiioeux has ordere'J the tchool
teachers of August to take the onth of allegiance.
Orders have been sent by the authorities of Augusta
for a supply of scheol bo-As f r the free school'", to
bt at once opened for all classes. All restrictions on
trade are rernoel by Generis Gilrncre and Grover
in their rcpec;ive Itepartsocuts.
New Orleans advices of the 6th state that an im- i
pcrtiot c!ue to the eu of the late diaastrous ex- '
pfoiir.n at Mob.., it i thought, has been obtained. I
A roan nam I a.i Vtt-a arreoted at Mob..
cnargei witri Liog imp.icited. lie states that he
and two ether men, on the night previous to the ex
plosion, placed torpedoes between the buil-J.Lg coti
Ctioinz the powder, and that the work was per
formed undrr direction from a rebel Mjor. who
tbre-vene 1 them with iusrjnt Jeatif they dijbeyed
or ctfereJ a resis'anc, and that the Major afterward
lighted th fuse of the shell connected with the in
fernal mtcLii,?. Torpedoes were also disco vert J in
tie room of the CuMoca Iloue so arrange 1 as to
eiplode on the openiug of the doors. Others were
found concealed in det-Ls of the sauie LuiUiog.
Niwcr s.v. N C , June th. Intelligence from all
parts of the fc'iafe indicate the return of the people
to loyalty to the United States. Citiiens from ditfer
cnt counties are establishing a hoioe police system,
for the purpose of notintaining order and M-jpres--ing
drf redatlns. The proptct are that the mote
jeut to restore civil hw through the inauguration
tf ra:e Govtrnrntnt, will call cut the
largest vote ever cast in the State, eo anxious are the
people V return to peaceful pursuhs. resident
Jchisrn'a amnesty prcclamaticu was well received
by the people cf this State ; also the appointment of
Mr. Holdeo a Proiaiff.l Governor.
The people cf S.a'b Carolina have called upon the
Utifed State military authorities at Charlotte, In
th: State, (jt protection against their own people,
who are committing depredations upon each other.
-Niw Yoek, June 11th. TI.e raid's Kichmond
atd I'tterilu.-g dt?pitchts show the rapid reviv il of
tuiineas in those placis. Great progrtsj Las Let-n
made in the woik of rtchtatliil.iug ciil govcrncjent
throuk'.-ut Virgii,:, under the euspices of Gov.
1'ierpont. The authoritit-5, as fas-t an r ructicalle and
politn, are turning over the State property tj tho
charge rf the new tt'lmin..'.. ration, m.J iu a much
better cci.Jiti.u than was feared when it fell into
their ban J.
WASiusr.TOjf. June II. Despatches received at
the 8tate Iepartmint announce that the Government J
? .tbe ,lrlunJt, as formally rscindcd the reog. I
nitir.n of the belligerent right accorded to the rebels.
ini is id reeponse to the npjals of this Government
addressed to all the Maritime Towers. As Holland
r, the has
was aoout tne hrst I'oaer to become cur
the revolutionary struggle, . to her honor
Dten toe very nrst to retrace her steps after havicg
asamed a dirferent petition during the rebellion.
Wasuisgto.v, June 11. The Iiussiati Minister,
Daron Stokl, and Spanish Minister, Mr. Vus;an,
waitei upon Mr. Seward yesterday afternoon, at the
Department of State, to expres, in the name of their
respective sovereigns, the profound condolence and
sympatby of these two great nations for the national
loss sustained by the assassination of the President,
and for the dreadful s'jtforitg of the family of the
Secretary cf State. Thry greeted Mr. Seward with
mcpt cordially expressed and sincere satisfaction at
New Vohk, June 14. The Tribune's Wnhington
epecial says that Major General Ord has been as
signed to the military command f Uregon, with h-
headquarters at Tortland.
A statement is publUheJ ty General IlaKcck, in
which he says the orders which were rssued by hiui
relative to the movement of troops, after General
Sherman's arrangement with Johnston had been dis
approved, were issued under instructions from Gen
eral Grant. As to the wordinz of the orders, he
no intention to reflect upon, or be didrencctful
to General Sherman
General Stontfinan publisLcs a ttatetuent tho win 3
that Le ioteotiooallj diibeve.! General Sherman's
erJe r, tock Lis own waj, ani failed to capture li-
The Tribune's apccial tiajs General Shermao's
friends adert that General Ilalleok's placing the re-
ptn-'ibiltj for his orders upon General Grant, U a
diflUcneM quibble. General Grant notiiiej Gtu. Hal.
leek cf tbe Go? irnment's disapproval, but the eve
cific annulment was General II llecks, and unkuo'wn
to General Grant. General Steriaau Las a letttr
from General Halleck. iu which he sajs ia what he
did b wu oolj c trrjing cut what he knew to le
the wishes cf the War Department.
New York. June 15 The lit rat is Richmond
correspondent mvi that General Terry bas asj-umed
tho command of the Department of Virginia in phicc
ef General Ord. General Turner has been aligned
to the oilt'.arr district of Henrv fYuntv. mhrai;nr
zwicntnonu. tin nm act was to squelch the relxl I
Major, who IiaJ Lcen remirateJ with a nezru hunt-
iog rebel pulice.
A band of giiernlU, fie hutJie-I etronjr, Utelj
eollectetl in i'atrick Conntj, Virginia, threatenio
(he ioh'ibitanto with vengeance. Four have teen
rre?t.I; two were &t ooce tried nJ sen tet.ee J to t
bot, and the others were aent to the penitentiarj.
The Tribune's Richmond correspondent tiys that
the military authorities, uuder command of Genera!
Halleck. Patrick and Ord. in connection with the
rehel Mjor -May, have inanaratel a fjstem ot"
crpre?on and outrage open the colored jrple cf
Bichtncr.il. which has created intense excitement.
Tho Tribute's Washington special dispatch says a
delegation of cdored men from Richmond arrived
lo-Ijiy to peek an audiet.ee with the President. They
rerrr-er.t tht order the railimry restrictions in
Richmond their condition not hetter than when
they were io slavery, and they proie to ask that a
pecta! inquiry be made a to their nets in order that
the prrrer remedy may be applied to place them cn
" a fotirsr in con-ocance with the liberal and enlight
ened policy adopted by the Oovernment as to other
colored pc.u..Hic3 in the South.
VTAsmsnTO.. June 15. General Grant arrived in
this city this mcrning.
The FortrfM Monroe correspondent cf the Phila
delphia Inquirer, writing on the 13th, says fir some
rime a mutinous spirit bas existed in the colored
oaviTry bridle tebngicg to the Twenty-fifth Corps,
the men dec'arirg that the Government htd no right
ta send them to Texas. On the 12:h, when on board
the ste-imer, this spirit of discontent took the form of
cpn mutiny, an J the vessel was iun up to one of
the wharve cf the Fortress for assistmee. Two i
companies of the Third Pennsylvania Artillery were
aent on board, under command of Majr Van Schil- !
I'pg. On approaching the vessel containing the !
mutireers, they threatened fo fire, and the Major re- j
aorted to stratagem, an J, returninz to the wharf. !
had the mutineers brought ashore under the guns of
hia men, in parties of two and three at a time. Thus
they were all disarmed and returned again to the
vesaeL The effect will be only to delay the second
part cf the expedition from siiling as e.on a- ex
pected. 2rw Vobk. JuDe 15 The Herald's Washington
special dispatch says the final dissolution of the
Twentieth Army Co. pa took place to-day. and a coui.
plete history of its organization was filed in the War
Department. Twenty-two regiments were mustered
cut from this corps in one day. The 15th is the last
Jay in which all MajorGecerals and BrigaJier
Oenerala who are without commands or cot on de
tached aervice can remain with that rack in the
army. Gar.era.4 Backs and Bit.er go cut of the
mtv 1st under tht order.
j The Tiilunt'i special dispatch njs : Dy s r-
rai"'"itil aujoiig t!.e ccuiitl, the arpumfi.t ot Iter.
erJy Johcscn, to the jurisdiction of the Court, ia
to Ke hid cr. Friday. Tnis will be followed by the
argument cf Mr. Hone, counsel frr Ir. Modd und
Harold, on Saturday. Mr. Cox wi'.l riesent the de-
! few. of O'Laujhhn on Monday. Mr. Aiken will
I fim ap finally rn behalf cf Mr. Surratt on Tuegday-
Payne and Atrerrtt's ccucsel is to present his argu-
roents on Wednesday. Mr. Ewin tum3 up in btha.'f
r f Mud J, Spangler and Arnold. It is believed that
Judge A Jvceare General Holt will rment the final
! argument on behalf cf the proecution rn the 'Jlth
! ic.tant, and on Monday following the Commission
! will conclude its work ty fin Jitg and sentence. The
j sentence caonot, under the rule, be prornu!gated,
( until after it had been approved by the President, so
i that the end of the trial may not Le reached before
i the lt of July.
1 Ntw Vobk, June 14. The Herald' i Charleston
! correspondent bya that ex-Gcvernor Aikea arrived
there from Washington on the Ctb, ar.d had an en
thusiastic reception from the citizens. He i on
parole, with orders to report once a month to the
commandant of the post. The Governor is favorably
impressed with President Johnson and speaks in high
terms of him. The people are much engaged in dis
cussing the questiou who is to be the Provi-iou3l
Governor of the State. Business prospects in Charles
ton were improving. A number of Suuth Carolina's
past planter baviug taken the oath cf allegiance,
have begun making contracts for labor with their
former slaves, and had gone to Hilton Head to confer
with Gen. Gilmore to make an eudeavor to recover
New Yopk, June 15 The Tr.'hune's Washington
special dispatch says that jetitici.s for pardon fn m
the leading men cf the late, rebellion are coming in
by the hundred every day. Amccg the men of note
whrse petitions were received to day are Major Gen
eral Pdward Jcht.snn and Jcceph R Anderson, of the
Tredegar Iron Works. The clause row in-erted in
the pardon h intended to jreven applicants from
claiming in Courts exemption from the operat:on.of
the Confiscation Acts, thus leavine the settlement cf
the matter of confiscation of rtbel properly to the
Courts and Congress hereafter, when the facts are
eucb as to call fur tt lief.
The P(,fV special Wavbirston dispatch eivs a
delegation, known as the Georgia Union Club reach
ed Washington last evening, and hope to Live an
early interview with the President.
PiHtcnaster General lenniso.i is takicg active meas
ures for the restoration cf the mail service through
out the Southwest.
New Yoek, June 15 The World's Richmond
correspondent learns there is a manifest dii-positkn
cn the part of large land holder to encourage emi
gration from Kurope to Virginia, "lby don't relish
Northern emigration. There is avtry general ide
that with the preseot feeling of htstilcy which per
vade the Northern mind in rfgird to the South, no
justice can be rendered the latter, unless exacted bv
political power. J he r.lvanta. in a political sens-,
'..""l'ng f"ur Tn"',i9 t vhifes irstead of four
millions negroe?, is very earnestly oon-i-lered and
urged by heavy l,nd ownern.
Waiincio.v, June 15. The cor.ditior. or Fred
erick SWiird continue? mcst encouraging. Secretary
Sewanl'.-t hcal:h continues to improve, and Le now
regularly attends to business, converses cheerfully
with his fiieuJs, though his ri-ut jw is still 6up
ported by the iron frumewoik.
New Vobk, June 14. Private advices from a
prominent member of the Atlantic Telegraph Com
pany announce the c mpletion of the cable and coti
tiience in having Jlngland and America in telegraphic
communicatiou next mouth.
New Vobk, June 11 The Trihnne has private
intelligence from Hayti, Mating that nn insurgent
force is reported to be in the mircli to Port-au-Prince.
The rebels declare their determination to
establish a more liberal government, tr place them
selves under the protection and patronage of the
New Vobk. June 14. The Tribune has papers
i .. f . v . . uvi'ta ui
1 of the belligerents in opening the
! War .Le,wee". tLe Argentine Republic huJ Paraguay.
Hum oucuis .vvrea cnrrainiric tt.i.imi.ni . . .
..3iutni ..iiiuf, nn receiving t.ews ot the invasion
of the Argentine Republic, ii-ued a prcclamatk-n t
iiw teuow countri men,
posts as citizen soldiers.
bummonir.g thim to their
Vccordir.g to the press oi
Ltuenos Ayres the proclamatioii was receive.l with I
enthusiasm. All political parties are s:ii. in i,t nt,;o i i
iu the deternnninioii tr. vir.r.,, iV,i-r:. . tl !
't'-iiuv uuiciuuin.1. .. lit? J
I -pub-ic was declared in u state of fciege; the Naiiontil !
! uu.iru to ce calleJ tat; the trours cf the line to Le
: summoned to Buenos Ajres. and their places cn the
t frontier supplied bj the National Guard. The foreign
, Uai..i-U.cnuaui! were going to hoIU a meeting
for the purpose cf offering a loan fo the National !
The Tribune says, according to present appear- j
; anccs, the war may become oi.e of the mrot imr.ort-
, aot that has taken place iu South America. The
j land forces of 1'araguay ore estimated by the Buenos
t Ayres Standard at C0.000, and those cf the allies,
: Draril, the Argentine Republic and L'raguny, it i
j presumed, will ooon reach 75,000. A greater num.
i ber of these forces are yet to be rai-fd, while the
I araguay forces are already in the field. It is
; thought, therefore, it may take a few months before
! the allies can assume an apgresive position. The
1 cornbiaed population cf allied ciuntries j-o far cut
numbers that cf Paraguay, that the success of the
latter would seem imj-ctMble. The Taragunyarn
hope they will find many allies in the Northern rro
iif.ces of the Argentine Rejublic and in Uruguay.
fi: u rope:) ii Intelligence.
New Vofk. May 31The Persia, from Liverpool
the 10th. and Que. natown the L'ls-t, has arrived.
Iu the House of Commons, cu the 10:h, Mr. Grif
fith aeked Lord Palmernicn if his attention had been
drawn to the proclamation cilering , r.e hundred
tbt-iH iqJ dcKars fr.r the apprehinbion of Jeff. Dais,
and whether the Ministers were prepared to make
any representation to the United States Government
in reference to the treatmt-nt of Southern leaders.
1'almerMon sail that the only reply he could give
iajety s itovernment had do intention
Vl ou""l ""R n"J interrerar.ee m the internal affairs
of the United States.
The declaration was received
The Ians correspondent cf the Morning Herald
asserts that the news t f the opening retruiting
rtnees for Mexico in New Yotk and Washington, cre
ated an immense sensation in Paris. The Monitcvr
refrains from any allusion to it. The general im
pression is that Nnpoleon will not stand it, and will
direct the French fquadrrn to intercept -.ny rein,
forcements for Juanz.
?trat.e rumors were current cn the Stock Ex
change in London on the 10th, though unconfirmed.
i..t u tj Repressing meet, lue most prominent
was that Napoleon baJ been urgently recalled lo
Paris in cor.stquenco t f the j.iospect of Atr.erican
aggression in Mexico ; alio that -Maximilian haJ
The Due de Tersiguy has issued a pamphlet Ligh-
Iy ftvcrable to Italian unity now established,
The Pris correspondent of the Lcti.l ju Tines says
that there are two subjects of disquiet which make
the Empress and Minister? Icng fur the return of the
Emperor. These are the recruiting cflices ft,r volun-
teers for Mexico said to be open in towns cf the
Uciteil States, and the opposition of a Committee cf
the Chambers to the alienatiou of the State '. rests.
The Loudon Glile eJitoriallv rem.it ks that .Max.. i
J miliiin will be highly fivored by fortut.e and prove
j his ability if be cau vanquish the a Iverse circum-
stances which surround him. It thinks that Maxi
i millian's success is very doubtful, and hopes that it
( will not be a cause of calamity to the people.
Halifax, June 7 The Africa, from Liverpool
I May 27th and Queenstwn 2Sth, has arrived.
J In the House of Commons, on the 26th, S. C.
Walsh asked Lord Palmerston whether the Govern
ment had received from the United States any formal
official demand for compensation to Americrn sub
jects (!) for losses sustained by the Alabama or any
other Confederate cruiser alleged to have betn fitted
rut in British ports. Lord Palmerston said a corres
pondence had been coinj on frr some time between
the two Governments cu the prizes taken by the Ala
bama and other vessels of the same kind. Within
the last few days, further correspondence on the sub
ject, through Mr. Adams, bad been received, but he
had not had time to reply to it. He might add that
from the course in which each Government bad s:t
e l its views of the cise.the question will be d'scuseJ
in the most fiien lly an 1 amicable terms.
Mr. Baxter asked Lord Palmerston whether, in
looking at the changed aspect of affairs in America.
Her Majesty's Government, either separately it in
convention, or in conjunction with that of the United
States, would contider the propriety of sendiog a
aquadron to the coast cf Cuba, to effectually termi
nate the elave-trade. Lord Palmerston said that
Her Majeafy'a Government bad made renewed app'i-
catin t U.e Unite! iiiatcs Gotei nment, static? that
I i e.'i r- . . .... : , . 1 : . . .k.ft - , . . : 1 k
ceived with eery prjvilej? and couuesy which be-
loDged to friendly natiens. and that tLe'f.ruitr did-
cullies no locger existe-i. No representation had
been rrade as to cc-orcraticn on the Cuban cost,
but if they assented to cooperate ou the African
coat, he had no doubt they woul 1 u'so coidially Co-
cp-erate en the coast of Cuba.
The London Times, in an editorial, trusts that
there is nothing in tbe .llabam i aflair which need
cause any apprehensions of a rupture, either now cr
at any future time. The American coaitErc:al ma
rine has indeed suS-ered, but such a ca'arnity must
be expected when a maritime and trading State en
ters iuto content with an energe'ic enemy. We can
eay with a clear conscience, that the Government
which declined every invitation to interfere in the
war, even"by otfers cf mediation, now stands on its
legal rights and refuses to make anv comtensation
where it has done no wrocg.
The London Daily J'ewt hopes that if President
Johnson does not intend to give up the claim be will
soon prctfer it s) that, one way or another, the mat
ter may be brought to a settlement. It adds : Lord
Palmerstcn's reply last night is very unsatisfactory.
It would have been very easy to state? that a for
mal official demand had been made for indemnity,
and whether any new demands had been made since
President Johnson's accession to power. It adds: "We
have not the slightest doubt as to the inevitable
The correspondence cf the London Morning Post
says: " The correspondence cn lead to only one
result, namely unconditional refusal on our part fo
indemnify the Americana for the losses occasioned by
the chances cf war."
The Times, in another editorial on these claims,
9ays : "Not an article precedent ? can be pro
duced, we believe, for the allowance of a similar
claim, under similar circumstances. No r ule of na
tional justice enjjins us to pay for the mischief done
by the .ilabama." The Times questions whether
ttie American Government did its duty with ade
quate vigor against these piivateers. It says: "It
was doubtless our part to prevent the Alabama and
her cousorts from putting to sea, if due evidence of
their maiitime equipment could be obtained. Where
whose? part was it to capture after they had gjven
us the slip As it was, the United States preferred
to employ all their available fleet in blockading the
enemy's coasf, leaving us to guard every outlet of our j
own as best we could. Surely it would be somewhat j
unreasonable as well as untenable in law to hold us i
liable for every casein which the Confederate agents
were too quick for the United States. For those Brit
ish subjecs who did all in their power to thwart the
honorable inteutions of the Government, we have not
a word to say ; but their acts are not the acts of the
nation, which ha t suffered mora than individuals
have gained by the untoward eacape of the
The news of the capture of JetT. Davis cieatel
Ecuie sensation and anxiety. The hope was generally i
expressed that he would be treated in no vindictive i
The Confederate loau had fallen from 9 to 7. !
The Loudon Times city article says the Scotia's )
news cautt d c. ntiderabie anxiety, politically. It '
was considered lavorable to the possibility of a die- ;
pute with Mexico, England or France, on a demand i
for the extradition of Jeff. Davis, if he had escaped; '
that having been definitely extinguished, the public ;
will await with extreme interest the news, as to the '
spirit in which it is likely he will be dealt with, not !
merely Tom its tearing on the few remaining years i
of the iife of an individual, but because of the effect I
it must have on the National reputation for future :
generations. Those, however, who know the Ameri- '
can character best, and who are aware that, except '
under sudden excitement, they are the most peacea
Me people iu the world, have "little fear of the result. :
The London Index, before the news was received of j
the cupture of Davis, continued to uphold the rebel- !
lion, and talked of n new war in Texas, Louis'ana I
and Arkansas, caused h; the Government of Prcsi-
dent Job nscn driving the Southern people into cx- !
La France says the French and English Govern- '
ments feel no disquietude. Roth have observed to- j
wards the United States a policy cf conciliation. '
They have not ceased to receive from them (the '
United States) the most moderate icclarations. and i
nae-nu reason loixneve mat ony note-ward event
will occur to alter fricnDv relations
The Paris correKnondcnt nf thi Timrt
the Patrie very narrowly eecared a waruinir for bar
ing published thr ahirming news about the recruit
ing in the United States for Mexico, and gav.-. the
ciily correct fact in its statement is that Admiral
Diederot is going out to relieve Admiral Rose, and
wi.l riot be charged with any exceptional mission
whatever, aod is to have no other powers than thoee
held by his pre Jec?ssor.
Fenir-nism progressing in Ireland to the evident
alarm of the British authorities. An alleged Fenian
agent was recently tried at Mullingar for seducing
soldiers from their nlicgiance, and urging them to go
fn America to make Ireland a free nation. A num
ber oT military pamphlets published in America
relative to the proper mode of conducting a popular
war in Ireland were fiund in .Murphy's trunks. The
jury were out forty hours, and having failed to agree,
were then discharged .by the judge, under circum
stances that induced a belief that there were Fenians
among theiu who were pledged not to convict their
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ination v th Hnc-raH.- ihcMore f. licuck, ty llrrtit.tun
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ai a m?c:i z he!. I on th 19ui inst , is :ntendsl to rarry out the
cenerat vr.uciple- of ar:iou ajoprej by the Board, in rrgani to
ik-ardijig for Ha- iil.in l-"ij s.
Rtioiif I, l!iat icartiiuirti a the liur 1 i not prepared at the
pre-i-nt tur.e tri any Kn't.-ti l;cardi.i Schitl for HavMiau
txy. thry wi:h the utj-?ct of carrying tut th sjiirit of tti?
oOlh Section of the )at Act to regulate the Bur-a of t-ubitc
lc' ructior., t-ubsi iiic- itux-.rut which iht-j- may Jfea ju
diiii.ms ia each cftr; ai.y approved Uoardii. School wliic!i
Lail a iiril t.t riht of v n.Ui iuri hy t'. :s nirtahe of tli Board,
or itn Insctiir, aud will receive such cumber of puii a may
ix? Sirred upoo, and shall be nouiinated ly sa.d Uiard. 1
Uoakd of 1".dlvtios, June 13l1i, 1SC5.
4 XGW DAMIAWAV ASSOCI A TUtS ham
-TlV recently been eTrnized i:i Ilcr.. la!u, for the purpose of
pirm.-tini; TOTAL ABSTINENT!-: FROM ALL THAT IX
TOXICATKS, and f .rrn-nsf a li ROT 11 ERUOOD vh special
duty it ihnii be t asint ioi-mler of the Asi'tialion whu may
t-e iu il -iin-ss, or in n-sl of i-iuployn;oijt, a:id to use ail suitable
means advance the interest and welfare f Ilroth-.T Dashawayfi.
This ! ei-ty i hut in uocesful operati.in, and rejruiar
meetings are held KVKRV SATl'HOAV KVtXIXU. at "i
o'clock, at the Vrstry U.xm of the Hethel Chun-h, on Kirnr
Strert. We invite ALL -o cnie t-i our mceiitsiss, learn for
yours.-Ives wliat we are doing, and h it we propose it do, aud
hanl in ysur names f.r membership.
Mi-n wh-i drink from cla9se Mnail,
Men who do nut drink a: all.
Help us ! ui 1 us I here our call !
JOIN THE IA$HAVAYS."
Honolulu, June 15, lSd5. 4T3-3iu
HORN WOl'Ll) INFORM THE IT
iic th-t iK-reatt.r his KXTIt A FAMILY K R K A 1
bre tb-: letter K. II. staruoed ou the lo..vt.
y e Bre ti cl !
MADE TO OltDKK AT IO C'EXTS, Pr Lfc.
PIONEER PA MIL.' KHE lI) BAKER V.
A'.Vf? STREET, HOXOT.VLV.
I". HORN, Proprietor.
fljIIE I XDEKSICXKI). NOT DESIRING
d to abandon las pr.-fev-tn. aud believing that an KnKlish
School is a nrenm'r a: the present time in Hotmiuia hereby
privet r':icecf hi9 ii:t-ntion to r.tablihh uch a Sclmul. in Au
gust r.r September n-xt, provided suUitierit ncourat.-ement it
Miss Ale tinier brn consented
to t charge tX a Primary
Parent, and puarditris desiring to patronize sui-h a
will confer a favor by leaving their names at tiie ofdee
paper, or with the und- rsifriied.
'!-"" M. I!. J5ECKWITII
NOW LANDING PKR R.VRK
6 ' o :m: ib n idge!"
AND FOR SALE LOW BY
GEORGE C. HOWE,
AT HIS OLD STAND ON THE
00,000 FEET ROI'GIl HOARDS,
f 0.000 FEET ASSORTED SCANTLING,
6 I VCII WIDE FLOOR AND FENCE BOARDS,
PU1CET- AND BATTEN,
100,000 CKDAK. SHINGLES.
t'LKASE CilVK 1UJI A CALL.
rnuin u.mikumc.n ki will keep a
U. coi.sttnt gut ply cf the above
NVhieh U much 8U..-rior to Katern and equal to the be
I.O.MAN" or PoKTI.ANii Cr.MKNT and u-i.-d exclusively i
tl.t SlHle and I.'uitea Mule Works in California.
For sale by
6!-Sm .T.Dr.ICH, WALKKH ic Cn.
JUST RECEIVED BY D. C. MURRAV
:vew cjiop ! ! crop
VERY Sl'I'EKIOR JAI'AX
AND 8 lh liOh. tor sale h
That the Uiiderj-inrd are Prepared to furnis
t'iinjiSies, Rest;niraiil.s CoaMn-s,
WITH FKKSII UKKAI EVERY DAY.
Call ar.d examine for yourselves,
ji E. C.
I-T O 11
Torid) IJKf; TO INFORM
l!c th.it lift is n,-w r.ren.ir.l to furnish
"33-A-Xji"lI-5 and pat; rr,Tvr
With t..e v-ry Clmi.-et I'nrj- mid Puulrclionery
ut rer.ona));" t-nns.
CAKi:s of f?viry drst-ri ntion. Plnin m
O riiniiiriit-( in e.r-y s:
Ha:! .tii will lu a.4aa.'acti:r
!e of arts mad-; to enter at s.ioi
p to the l.:ry x-vl
d ou the prcDiises.
C'j:if- cfinnerv j
FRESH FAMILY BREAD!
EVJ'RY A KTLJvN-ON, AND LOAVT.S MADE TO OP.n.E
I'RflSH TEA nitEAD!
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS
Or.lers th.tT;itfuil r(reive-1 -in ! promptly af.ea.icl t hv
o3-Cni Kin St., two lr. rs frou N-iuanu t.
BUTTER, BUTTER. I
IS XT "X3 K. 33
HYKfil'S A.I JOCKS'
ir:- f thes- Two
tie sa.. of
I haro now a eoi.tinurjs supply arnl sm sel:ic at
or XoiiikI !
A. It. CART WRIGHT.
FAMILY GROCERY AND FEED -;T0RE,
ODD FF.Ll.Qir s f'.tl.L.
.MAPS OF TIIE SANDUICII lsi.MK.
:V OF THE EXI'LORlvr: pyhpiw.
imV. n liinl. No t urit shorsM h i-..'.
Klf. SL.'iO. Fv-rsal-bv.
H. M. WHITNEY
15,000 Old Newspapers
SUITABLE TOR WRAPPING PAPER.
For iie c!.ep by f:s ICO or 1.XM3.
11 :i WHITVPY
S. iRHlTTS VO.U.i.
c. r. rMi
MOK(M., STOXE & CO.,
t-.rnroiKn an l r-"oirar.Jin.e Merchant, Francisco, Cal
T. i-. Il.i:hsny
Miersi. T. A. K. .
" S-vift & IVrry ,
tirinuell Miuturn i Co.,
John M. K .rhes Esq.,
Mri iVrkiui -X mith,
Dani-1 C V at:-rr.iaii '.sq
.New Bod fori
. . lioston,
. . New London,
J. C. MERRILL &. Co.,
JO I mid ?tJ C?itlltoiiilti Jritrt.t,
SiA. FUA CISCO.
AIO, AGENTS OF THE
Sail Francico x Honolulu rackets.
Particular attr.tion eiven to the sale and purchase of mer
rhandise, ships' business, supi lkin nrhalebliip, negotiating
XT All freich; arriving at aH r rancico, by or to tne 110
noiulu Line of Packets, wiil be forwarded I klk commission.
Kxch.injre oa Honolulu bought and told. -n
Messrs. TA'n rox. Kichikps 4: Co., Honolulu
II IlKkKlLD .t Co., 14
" O llRKWER 4- C3.,
" I'.iSKol" & C .
Pr. R. W. Wwa
Hon. :. H. At lsv "
, i 0. WiitHMiN, K.sq.,
Richards & IflcCraken,
AVIXfi BEEX ENRAGED IN OUR PRE-
located in a f.re pr.xtf brick buildinir, wo are prepared to receive
and diapose of Inland staples, such a Surar, Kice, Svrups, Pulti,
Coffee, i:c., to advantage. Consignments especially solicited
for the Oregon market, to which personal attention will be paid,
and upon t.r.ieh ea-h advances will be made when required.
SJX FRAXCISCO REFEREXCES .
Ch.ts. W. Brooks & Co., Iladircr & Lir.denlvrger,
McKuer i Merrill, Ja. Patrick ft Co.,
Fred. Iketi. V. T. Coleman Jt Co.,
Siemens, Baker Co.
PORTLAXD REFEREXCES :
Allen & Lewis. Ladd & Tilton. Leonard Jk Green.
Importers of Option I, Mathematical mid
CARTES DE VISITE.
JOSEPH ROGERS & SOX'S
T7 I iz 1; 1 on CU 'V I. 1 It Y .
PUBLISHERS OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF CALIFORMA.
Not. 317 and 319 McutjjnnK-ry street, In-tweea Californlu
and Piue streets, San Francisco, and No. 1 1
Maiden Lune, New York.
A V K FO It S A LE TIIK I. KG KST STOCK
on the l'ai-itic Coast. ronsi?-tiF.e in nurt a. follow, .
710 doien I'KCTACLtS, in Gold, Silver, Steel and Plated
30.rd..zen EYE OLAS-iES, in Gold, Silver, Steel,
Shell and Huhhrr Frames.
100 dozen W IKE GAUZE GMGGLES.
300 dozen SPECTACLE GLASSES, and BRAZILIAN
S50 dozen cPKCTACLE and EYE GLASS CASES.
095 opera a;i I Marine Glasses.
75 Telescopes and Spy Glasses.
-5 d.)Z.ii Magnify itig Glaspes.
K0 d;.zeu Pocket Coin pa.i-iei.
--.5 Hand Stereoseopes.
74 Revolving Stt reo(Vi ca.
2500 dozen Su-reoaeopjc A'icwe.
l-'ra-inir Instrum'nt. in German Silver and Crai.
Uox-.vood aid Ivory Scales.
Microscopen in evt-rj Styl".
200 Magnetic M.-tihineg for Medical purpost.
20,600 C&r l PhotoKr;ph?i.
GOO Alhuui rii.-tmvs in oil CiiHr.
50 dozeu Union Card Frauif-s.
Joseph Ko,rr V Sou's CCTI.ERY
100 dozeu Table Knives.
260 dozen Pocket Knives.
120 doz-m K.iiur.
60 di z.-n K.izor StropH.
130 doz -n ScHsnr-.
SCISSoKS, in cases.
100 i 'z ;n GyrcMCope Topa
100 d"z n Therniumet, ra
25 dozen Hydroinet.-M.
XT COUNTRY TRADERS will consult their own interest
ty '.'xamimtig our Stock aud Prices before purchasing elsewhere.
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY promptly executed.
rr CATALOGUES sent to any address Fna. XT
I,AWHi:xCr: A HOUSE WOKTII,
Xo. U 1 7 n iid 31
Mont somerv Slrecl,
J ?"AI.K OPEX O.N WEI)XESDAV,28ih
-lejsrs. ..MluLr HKL CK, a N-.w ana Choice Selecti-a f
Fi.T Xi- Goods, !
T.AIi:s AVI) CHILDREN'S I
GAITERS, SLIPPERS and BOOTS,
AND A VAKTETY OF
Y Ji ii lv
Jl-ST IMPORTED p-r POLVXESIAV fr.,m San Fran
Cisco, fall of whi. 1, w ill t.e si,i at md.-nt
ftera For Sale
Corner of Queen and Fort Sts.,
. S. PERTxTTTNTft t
Consisting in part of
INCH HOARDS, ROCGII
1 INCH HOARDS, PLAXUD.TOXCJL'KU
AND GROOVED j
ASSORTED J-CANTEING !
CEDAR AND REDWOOD SHINGLES !
And Uio usual Variety or !
ATII A jVIK a PAGE,
Pbneer Lumber Dealer!
r.MOX Ll.MIU:il YARD.
forncrfa!ifornia and Pavis Strwfs, and .o. 12 i )Iarket Eircet
SrC.Ut PINK. KASTEHX I' INC. AVIIITfc
AND A I". KINP3 OF BlILDINO .MATKUIAL5 CONSTANT.
LY ON HAND.
Mr. t. B. A R.MSTKO.VC, of Honolulu, hit coo.
ncted hiuseif with thi firm, and will be happy to rec-lre nt
attend tosny orders Tor the Hawaiian Islands. 470-lj
DEITER, LAMBERT & Co7
ManuAvturera of and Wholesale Healer.
IN 11 OX NET It I II HONS,
DKKSS VNI MANTILLA TRIMMINGS,
sii.K ntiNC rs. At., &c
11)3 lottery St.. Sx Fbancuco.
204 lln.ad-y, Nrw Yohk.
1 Ott Uevonsbire tt., Itosrox.
FACTORY, k)STON. .MASS. 4C9-3ra
JANION, GREEN & RHODES,
Victoria, Vanroinrr'. I.lnuil.
N. B. ParticuJaruteution paid taconsipnrnenta of Ssndwir.
VictM-ia, V. I., Jaruary 1, 1S3. -160-iy
DEXTER, L AT,, BERT& CO
Manufacturers f anJ Wholesale Dealers in
Dress and Merit ill a Trimmings,
Sillc Iiinges, etc.,
Would inform the trade thit they have oppned a branch of
their bulne-w at
IVo. 105 ItUtcry Street,
Where they will constantly kep on hand a fall assortninit of
BOXXET R 11$ HONS,
BELT It I II BON'S.
Silk, Tli rem! , uutl Cln nillr Nets, etc.
1 Oj ItattMy 6treett San Franci.-tco.
291 Broalway, New York,
lOO Devoishire, Boston.
D. M. WATERMAN', wth DEXTHR, LAMBERT
& CO., would Inform the Merchant ol Houolulu that be will
fill all ordr intrusted to him throni tUe alwve named firm
either ia their own or other Ooo.Is. 4t9-3ta
CHAS. WOLCOTT BROOKS. W. FRANK LPI, CDWIKD t. VAI L.JI
CHAS. V. BROOKS & CO.,
AGENTS TOU THE
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE
OFFICE-5 1 1 Siinaouif St., corner Merchant,
E3AIITICUL.AR ATTENTION filVEX TO
the Purchase, Shipmciit and Sale )f 31erchandiae j to For
wardiiiRand TranHhiptnent of Good ; the Chartering aud Sala
of Veisels ; the Supplying of Whaleshij.n ; and the Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu in suns to buit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS,
AiaD-acn, Walk kb A- Co
Jas. HrsNKwrLi. Eq., Rostoo.
IIknrt A. Peihck & Co. "
1UTLKR, SlSU Co.,
SfTTO-s & Co.. New York.
Wm. II. luan Sl Co., "
H. Foou Ac Co., Shanfhae.
KicuARiia 6i M'Crakk.n,
CHAS. P. LIPMAM.
Rrsj. F. Snow, Esq.,
C. RltiCWKR & Co.,
lil"HOP k Co., "
Thos. Spkvckb, INq., Hilo.
Ali.masd if Co., Kauagawa.
JAM2S C. 5c Co.
Shipping and Commission
525 FRONT STREET. CORNER JA CKSON.
SAN FRANCISCO, Califuknu. 4t6-ly
LOWE, BROTH ERS7
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
T, REFER TO
Thk Ho!f. IIcrsos'3 Ray Co.
Messrs IHsi.. Gmn & Co.."."..'.""
Messrs. ALDKtcir, Walker A- Co..!."
Mr. Jamcs I. Dow.-ett
..Victoria, V. I.
L O M E A R I
U N T A
AJdrcg Bon 2128 I'ost 6.Tic.San Francifco.
4&t 6 a
B. W. FIELD.
ana 33 ISKOADYl AY,
JAMES C. CAVA lYAG Iff,
SHIP C0MPR0D0RE AND
Open f.r a,, contract , of Shi,.H proviron t the moat mMermf.
V J m V m .-V K n .s.a
. a V . 4 H.1V
SA.N I R AN CISCO, CALIFORMA.
Z1?. Cr.V CLU'PER PACKETS
... ..-.o .,nr .c aisi.atcr.eJ
'gulariy for tbe
nave superior cjiMh an l
Bter-rnr c T . :
P.inger, r-l fre,Kllt f,k..-t. at the lowest c..rr.-r.t riTf
AMRKMI. WALKER & Co.
-A-tronti oT t?n Lino
M-ur.. CHAS. Y. BROOKS & Co., Fran, i-co
Messrs. RICHARDS ,t .M.
ANDEE A V S '
JRICE BOIND IX CAT.P. a-,.
uuiM) IN 1-2
M OROCCO. a.
e - - " "us i i n, i y if . Pin
rZl:?l?'h' them f.r rf.f,rence.
promptly attended w .
they will be
r r: W.JA n ec eived
ARRIVALS, for gale tijr
T3LANK FORMS OF AGREEMENT I!F.
P7i 1 Oft1"" n8ervant.-the oa) .horLd toro
rce 91, OO prr Dozen.
I'nr liR'.e ly
4-""a' H f MHITNEY.
H M WHITN'KY