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C. S. BARTOW.
AilminMratorN Sale of Real LMatt
SATURDAY, ----- February 2d.
AL IS w.! " .! I at 1'uMe: Autin
Yi r l--r ' th- A taanettrv .r the t'tate of II. R. II. V. K.
A Certain Piece of Real Estate House Lot
At Lima. S'rt-.t. r.-ar 1,T the resi
dence of II.. n: John IL
On .Tlomlay, - - - Vvh. -If la,
At U W A. M , in tl,- y ,r I t.f V..r II ,:t Il-.uck,
Will ..! I at ! jt,.c Aacti.n,
.1 !.... f '.iy.,..J II'-
i:-ti. i Ht!- uw.
Em'lf I'ri,i-',',i,,. it,,. I .If.Siixv.i iLtmls.
Si-nl's ii, I it Isit t.f Siil'llr'fX.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION !
.Holiday, ----- Feb. lib,
At 12 i"chx:k, H'-on, on the Vrrtaiwa,
ll'iil l,r sijlil at I'iil.l'ir A-irtii.i,, ti'lt Jr slfuh'.f il-nl
irrlt l.H-ii'f.l Ji-nitlmrr,
Ktuat! in F.t fctre.t, ophite the Aldricb II..u, ai.ii at
Irt-wrnt cu.i" l.y Mr. C. P. I'FLCUKK.
The lot CMiUin ONI: I'WU.I.INti IlnOg with 5 rvmit, 2
C.tt.i-, lUlfi lipase, Sul.le. Kitchru, Servant's
limn etr., :tc.. etc.
On Tne4l:iy. - - - Frl. .llli,
. .. ... .
AI IU U Ci'Vit, A. -!-, kt KO.JOI, Will IMS KM
AN A.s.st IKTMKNT OP
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &c.
ji st i:i; va;i
UKMI MIlMlKAl ItlTTKK.
1'W S.ACKS OAT., S.JO PACKS KHAS,
Z, RAKLKY, IlAlid ( tlRV.
frfi 1m For Sale l y S A M. S V I Of; K.
TO PLANTERS AND SUGAR EOILERS.
M'C-II tltOMKTI KS. Ilt'Kl-C-OIKi.
METAL TIIT.KVr,Vr.TF.RS, 1 VEET t.OMG.
2jO Iktl.V VtXil.EKS, 7 f--t l.y i frt-
.oiaj.vj i axe A'jvre.v.
50 Urn F.S.H y f. IIKKWKK t Co.
A MKRH'AV TSil.K SIr.
2m. Cwr Po-rl Mrlt I'wrt tnl.fh Tie Fu!t.,
tJ laml.-lt I'll-I ,
tl .rrrl I'airy .-lt, Irnion Syrnp,
L'xra t'hnricitl 'H.rt fwp,
I.1 2in r.?.lfft.y C. liKkVV.U tt Cn.
i.nruii v u;os.
I j Lisrht I:iiivm Court.! WaKfn
ll-wy Utttclter Wa'.rri.
-iia r ? tle l y V. ItKEWKil 4c Co.
MOOKINC KANGKKS. NEW AND KA
iJ im F r ty C. CKKWCK it Co.
A UAHREI.S PORTLAND V EM EXT.
f t Salr l y
C. IUIKW Kil tV Co.
IVMIRTMKXT 'P IIIPPKIIKM WAV..
V:W '.r hy
C tKKM KK t I a
IWOIIPTIIK It KST I'ATTKRXS OF
l.ttf I'uirrr M icl.inrtl.
buO im roVy C. KKKWI K at Co.
IflSTJlXjlLIC PillltfT 2
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
eH T IWAU . it 1. 1-:. iii'RAULPfpi.ex
M ilV. rtrrn.ir. ar.ti nr.r;f
F irCwil-n, B-.il. ft. K.r-. Strain Hngior, Cast Plowa, II. iucs
F-nc. S:l.Kr. laiurr.
AM . I.I. OTIIKR IRON or WOOII WORK.
tr SIc l y
i.",j.n C. ItUEWKIt at Co.
IOR .V lAI.TI PXIMISP.I) TO TIIK
w-a:lrr auj jh NtMIII.Mi Kyi. ALa in tlural.iiity aoi
a.ftratrt? I 1m-
K..M by C. P.IIEWPII k Co.
iioi'r. iv ami a nr clocks.
wiry .ain rttrt.
F.r uk: hy C. IltlKW PR A Co.
A D.I IIAXI) CARTS.
For Halt? l.y
C. UKKWKR A Co.
iMMi:ii's ki:uoi:M: oil.
1IB S I.K ll-
C. KStWKR A Co.
S A !)I M.S. S VIMILI'S.
MF.RIfAN ;K"T'S SADDbKS.
V"t Sale by
C. r.RKWKR Co.
in Tin; last
List of Books received at the
fllfF. AXXf AbCVCMIPPUM FOR IKi.i.
L.vit.K-t.o-') frx-liirD to in Zan:trM an.l its iril.u
P'!.trtT Kvry B.-yt Anri.tal IStlT. iilttttrntril. (filt.
I "r. i:i: V. N il.y. illa-ir ttl.
I- II m- ..f Wa'tiuiit. n. ( ri ilto'tratnl, trilt.
l .. L"r'l Marauly in 2 T-.M.
Jlr. I'm il-- t urt .tin lyctnr . illo'trattil. fjitu by Cha. Kont.
" an.1 Il.'ity. iil.l-trtt.-.l. Jill.
T.i S-ri.- ..( Wi-aitti l.y Wa;UT.
' I. f -a.i I L ti-rt .rf J. I'.i'iral fWr!
'n .r.a.-t. r an. I I'h.trarttt'i!.' Mn (W liipi'lej.
Tii- It. i i.l r ;- K'.uii l (J.iii).
J .'iT t: t V :.t r llur--)
Il -'l lytirr l.y, by II tmil'on.
T-.k ' W .eft, a S;..ry 4 A.lv. uture by Lan.l an.1 SVa (Cat.
Mar K'-i.I), ii:uira.tti.
T.iit'n nf.-ii Tm.f. a t...-l.
Mr il.l..r in tt-.e l'. rii'-r Ilut (T. S. Arthur).
Ib-U-n e.,m?ii:y')t IV-t-.i--'. a rfcmafM-e.
T':i I ( tt-r by tli "l.urrf.yul.l. a uuvcl.
S ler.y IT tolt ( l.tri rl ll.iri t:wl).
Iw J-r.-i'i t'r.i-. ill.t-;ri'-k..un.
i!-rt. by tb auiV r 'X Kmllr.
M t"at.-rs. by a.ir,.,-. Ku .l L"-ll.
An Anii-..'.tn Pat.iiy in li. rmtiv, f J. K9 llrowo-).
V. l ir.l' "..iintry II mo(tti.lipl).
fcc II. ,m... a lf-.f l.rit.
r.ij.f .1 I.u--. i. In.frt -.1 In4f 'Itow).
II t urvl .t.t- ('ititrrr tlt.t...).
l! . an. I lla' (' it Mpti..)
Til- KresM M the inin S.-a, by tlie author of Harry Ijwt
J th !' 'iii..- II It.k. iii.i'ratil.
K.. a rr.iO.t rli -tirr ir l lu-t-rh.T).
Ti- I' n.irr iA J l.n ( Kyar.l Taylor).
'niiiti.ir.tTi.-i( j I;--.)
i.-rntri RttiuUr To.- Mir-im tltustratr'l.
i In V t Pale l y 11. l. WIIITFllY.
I'urtka Hotel and not.iur.ini !
RP.si'P.CTPI'I.I.V I N 'OK l
In. fn.fi : an.l tt t.ni.!ii- thit li- i f i! y j.p par'. I !
"rry op i.'i . In... i, n iti iu.-t ajipruv-sl atyle, an.l rrset
f'I:y ..Urit a harr ff atrnnaire.
N.-.r.ly I ui iii-h.-d K.M.m-t to let upon reasonable
ONLY FOUR LEFT!
"- i ii x 3Ii ch in os !
IT. M MP I.K. P.PPP.CTIVK.
W I I. I.
il ant lor,. I of wtd. with tr-fir titrh.
TIIK TAILLIAM k. OKVI.S MACIMNK,
It bi) :r-n ..-rf-rt satisfartion In rrry in.t-tnce.
Thrr m tniifa.tnr- of tli: tn.chin? In) t-r.n jt.ipjvl liy an
Ir j n..-t...n er .n:, . l.y a I". S. '.irt in fav 4 ir..rr . Bk-r.
"." siT...t ... ali-.-J to be ii.lriii(!e.l aiul no uiort will ".
I r .a,-la h- tr ,,r tf.
Uood Sewing Miichinc for i? IO.
" it Apply .,n to C. ERKWEIl Co.
FOR SALE !
iionoi.i i.i; ikon
2o3t Cumberland Blacksmiths' CcaL
Sl" IS CA-KS. .""in
H. W. SEVERANCE.
VTTDNESDAY, - .
- FeLrnary Cth,
At ft ota wi.I t- M a I.rz' A. rt:i.'.M of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery!
:U. k ..-a, i.r r. i;.-, 11 -.
I f -v;i !.! V. - I. ii li -.
I'l- ! I-.-.! . M
' r-i. ru'. il ?'i.-ar,
Superior T .'-a-..-1. ".:r-, - tc. r:c.
II. W. .-r.Vr.U AN' K. Au. :ir t.--r.
tt K .t: tie
iiiik r.Mif:itsn:Kn of tiik i..te
firm .f .H. iT K lit.' x. a- -il 1 r--i-r:full v p-v?
o.. t, t,;. frr..N i -I i!.- j iiu: ,:-t.. r...;y. tv wi.I imi
t i u I. rarry on - l.rr. t'.r.r, al ih- ortirrtf Kf.rt
Tll'. l: C. fil l ' K.
II'.ritl-i!u. J:iUrs IT. !.". io7 iu
. vkrv iifviu a i;i.f: I'OIII.V
KI1!')M K i...w .i i l.v . Mr I III y
.n-ti. "li .(- ..f lafi'l, ?..!'. 1. wt:h ul k-i:il'imi;'.
'J rrw lay F.r farther iriirnUr awiy lu
i.'iT JO: To d.rs l.v a.-: a. lir 'th-ri' ISak'-ry.
Hawaiian Sole Leather!
SriiK SAI.K l. Ul A .vriTIKS TO STIT out a ceaiity fare on raw and w ild beam. Per- s-tens. The girl Keohe is reported as looking Lag-6-i
Im OKO. r la UK'S. IIm-I Strut. Iiaj.s the editor tried Some of the tiirred beef " gard and worn, and niucli li ightencd. while ler
BOSTON BROWN BREAD!
mukmi kvkiiv iuv ami dkuvkkkh
1 Ti iMU'l.K.
I'.v y I'ANtit.K:
ii i i
Fresh Buckwheat Flour.
.1KKSI1 It V K MKAI.
By Md'AMit,!." To.
to 55 s: ib;t.
JC TIIK STIIItK l'KKMI-Ki .V K. II Til K
; y r-.rii. r ff h-.ri mii. I M.-n'liani s.r. ti?., r- ei.tiy io-i.itl
-'- l.y !. Ulr II. V. rj.'ir.
4t la.'i'iirr of J. W. AlTIN.
f-KST I'l'RK WIIITI-: l.t:.tll, frr TKAZER.
O t - f aIu I y
.1. X:. C S3 A P 11 A A
iKfji to iNTdim stiikck f.f:if.iis
Beautiful White Ground Orleans !
S- n.n. li ii.'iif I f . w!.i h li; will j .b iut in :riTititin to
nuit l.oyrs, at a.'mU-rU- .r;c .
A IX I
AN ASi()llTMKNT OP I'RIXTS!
At T-ry I. Uat.- wlii. li arr w..rlh a'lrnti.Mi. 657 3t
A of ice
1 ll..lly I.. n .tily ,.. In. i..! and rmtnam, an.1 ihr
.iti!ic c.i.rl:y. that. l-li.-vit;r it w II le aiMinffty o-rr.. I i
he n.Inil bn.al.tt t i-ri-MMil Un la.: tiw.i.tlily ..r ct..ki..ii.
6-i I in A. It C AltT W IlIi.llT.
1I5F.C V(I.T BESI'KTTPri.I.Y TO NOTI
fv u. fr.-i..- i.. the .u. c fil ial y lli .t u.y a-e.iu'.t-t
i'l rn tile up at li.e cu.l t. .itch moiult an I oll-fii.. malr.
iji Ira SAM. SAVlMtK.
I'ianos, 3J lctlcons ami .lrconlcons
Tu ii oi :
ALMI, lMOS, KfOlt.
tifc.iN.-. XlMi.ISS, .l irKs, etc. f ,
ri'ir I a: .J I .rlT it a kiiiful -yr
anl wn ku.:ti.li'r lu.tutit r l.y
1. my ...a r
Mt I f.mul at Win. F;.-ch. rN Fun.iture M..r. IL.tfl trt
S .tl an.
MIIF. I NPERSICNKII. KXKCI'TRIX OF
O.-Vtlilot l.fr.NJ V . IN V. SXeU'. I.V.-:of li.l...lillu. ile-
ca!.l. liT'-l.y kiv.- ii.ic l ail ..rt. ii ti:tvin? cla n.s aur.in-t
tl.- Klat? tf Itfiijanr.ri P. Sri'.w to r-"i-i I lie.- nana, an. I tli.e
'w11! t" t'i"x 'k' K'utK 1 rt ,v'u''!"t',, ,u u",Ke iyiuci.i to
ii m..iuiii. Jan. lT.'iso;. 3t k. c. snow.
Ojf'.-K i,f J.r J!iif'ii'iii: Mij-s' i's 'iiniiiiss'n.iAcr ami
i 'iinS'.l'fi' iit'l'ilt.
IloNoi.ri i", January 11. S;7.
I.l. l'KRSOi II t V I f; Cl.tl MS niiiiin.l
tl- llal-..f It.c lale IIKMiV I I.O.kfc n( K ..th.ako in
tl. I.I....I ..f II .Bin br l..'r.-l.tr r.-. it. . I. .1 t.i l.r- i.r lit. -m to
tl.-ui.i-ti)rt..i, ai i ail tii'-ii i arc ui.irt'ti toil.': Kttate to
"w"""' jame KAY wobKiloLfK.
llrtiltsr In nlainl bruf nml o l lit-r Tsbnrra,
( iiiara. I i t . Xe.. liit-.'li.li mill Aiiirrie.tM
( nti rliourrr. Nult. Riitia. n lte. Arc.
I wiul. al"i tike tlii in. ill. .1 t.f iii'.-rnaiiK ll.c Cilir- r. f I
IIti lulu itiiil t!..' lUn l!t j.-...-rii' that 1 l.:tve c.iiiiriirii.'t'.t the
l:iii..rinr lm4infM in r..nrirttioii with 1 1.- alM.vr, mii.I am r-ltr.-J
to efiie alt .ir-t.-r4 in a ff-lii-.in.t.l.' anil suiit'itilial
manner. Orl-r fr.n the mh r l-t .iiil. pr- mjaly att-t:iiv. to.
St're mi .V'".i,i't Strut, imt i.'.cr luimr liiini.
J.io oin i
No. 1 RICE, No. 2 RICE, No. 3 COOLIE
11KCP.IVKI) niRKCT I KOM I'l V.U.lU
M Ktce C4jiiaiiy Mil!, b.r i
if. .trt..tit ie .. suit by
II. W. SKV KKANt K.
. .t .l I'lentlim lli.- Co.
IFFF.r.KNT ltl(A.M. FOR SAI.K AT
r lu. rj itle by
aii tit nol.l.r. a: lo.
SPEE3I AND WHALE OIL.
CIONNT T1.V " IIAMIiiikI FOK SAI.K
l.v I'ref.Oi.', HJHREI. or HALLUX at
a.Vi am II.1LLKS Cu'n.
COLUMBIA HIVES SALJION,
SM VI. I. LOT OF TIIOSK M'-
ri'-r SaliiM.ii. Jn-t lt.Meive.l.
Ai..I I i.r S..le .y !! iI.I.KS & Co.
PnirChf'Xli. OKAXtiE, i'ECVO, r., t,e , f,e.
IceiveJ tT Makv Phan. is, an 1 f..r tl-
Hy llii.l.KS & Co.
OARS, asserted sizes;
JIST REI EIl Err fEYLOX.
p .r Sal l y
r.nLLI Jk Co.
Portland Cement. Eosendale Coraent
Aid t Al.irOtlXIA LIME,
Ai! fn-sh and in Uoler. P"r Sal-.- Ly IlOLLKi .V Co.
Preserved Slleats and Vegetables,
OYSTERS. LOllSTERS. (C A li AI (if. V-., Ir.
Si it I.M'.-l y li' .I.LKS c..
AoJ l'or Salu ly the Unilersini'tl
ram.Fs FOK skttim: svi: Alt kf.tti.f.s.
1 6., Im II HAtKH.l.O Ai C.
And For Sale by the Undersigned
'7K'K WIKK. 4.
I' ii l:n
II. II ACKPl.LM Co.
And For Sale ly the Iinderi-rned
nP.tVV NKW oiii l!VKKKI. uimbl
I -r MeUis Carr.i-t.
iVl Im II. II At'KF P.I.t A Ci.
AND FOR SALE PV TIIK I'NUKKSKJNKI),
lOOO 15iii'i'Is iilmoiil
VVitrranttd fr-sh ar..l in p l t.nl--r.
iit In II. II vCKFKI.I" C.
And Other Musical Instruments,
TI'M'.O AMI KKIMIilKO
UV ClIAKLI.s IKK I'.V AT TIIK TIIEATKR.
I.e-stns Civrn on I i.i no nnd l.nitar.
5i ll- st t.f reference irivrn. 3n
OF VAHIOI S MZt .NI ISiT MAKE,
t.-i.'. -tl.i-r with
U-t:r I'rt.. B ks. l!ruli--s.
Oil pl.-. t. I:l.i;;iiv l'.ip-r. .Vr., r.
tU ;,a P..r.s.iloby II M. WII1TXKY.
; Coiniiiercial Advertiser.
s. ri UD 7.7-7.' T.l AT 2.
XJii'' Itt-;ili. :i!iil I.cjKTH.
Tin? lit-r of tf.o i vol :ii.i rit 'j:-r , in 1.1
I.iuiI.il.I ? ..'urci af:-r ki) jwl -l'-, f.an :ni lea n:oH
w-jridfrful di.--i.Vfry (t ) lii.n-.-lf.) li;n in f uti.I
out what ' h.jrso In.-aii" arc. II wys, witli a
nrtirf! t!iat is arnu-iii :
II-.K-K I;kn W. l.avc h:i l ari j ji.i:n :i 1 :y t
ii . th.-T.- I -.vi.i. !; i: : -.1. 1 ;:.i- j .. .r J.-..-r
ii Mv!4.ji ai.- .Ir'.v. n i-i. l.y i. i-..n ..f t' .-ir j. ...r
f'...l. Tl. : l-.n- uro-.v wild n:i l!n- I.iri.N n. u(
tli.ll U'r f ih:.1 t!.. ui ii pal.ilai .- utt. .
arid in. r- -r law had t!.-iu .n ni;r I.il.l;- r.-.
u th.-y ari' ,;! ..''-.a !i ; ! i-.J i'l .i:r tf!:iri;-! f.r
.!. A- t!ii- ;..-ci. .f ui'd l..-.in i -!l di-:i il-iii.-
1 iVi-r .M- ! and .".lili Am.-rii.a. aiid -.-n--t.tiuly
u-d ia tin.M- t i.initri.- lur I.nd. vv- ait- ia-
lii.-d t.j tiiiak lL.it lior.-. Ij-.-uis are a pii-ttv lair
Tliis may all s-ound very well f.r an editor in
t'i'J fiijoyruont of r''iut Ii - alt Is, lio can i.-s a't-mt
in did weiIit tori -tone or iti"re. In Lis scaroli
aft -r novelties Le aiihtcd ;n a uh of liiir
iK-aiH," and enjoyed tde treat ; j erl.-.tj Ihj Would
thrive on theui. lie milit do so on wild roots or
insipid nuts. With invalids and U't-rs", the oae
i altoi-tlicr different. Tln-s-' i-re-atures, enfee!ilt;d
and emaciated with a loathsome disease, require
the mot noiirisliinj; f and sustenance, instead
t.f beinr; driven away tl a barren f- ete .n, to eke
to whicdi they have 1-en 8 rved, and perhaps he
' found this a palatable and delicious treat.
The ipue.-tion pertaining to these unfortunate
lepers is not whether the wild beans which they
; have been Compelled to gather and eat, art; paluta
! Me and li(--iistaiiiing for everybody knew what
' they were before the pditor di;-p!ayed his ignorance
' to the public but it is a more serious qmstion,
whether a civilized (iovcrniie'iit shall treat its
unfortunates as do Moguls and barbarians, cor- harbor of Honolulu, w "u!i her colors Hying, on Tuos
. ral tliem up, as it were, and then deprive them : day Kveiiins lat. in charge of C.ij.t. Wctherbee.
, of thererjuicitesuctenarce, and the medical treat- 11 app.-ars that iu the storm which occurred during
inent tieeesarv for recovery to healtli. i I-UU r lliil t o1' 1'' nd.er. she v.ent t.n to the
pt or the Uaz'tf editor to palliate
r . rr i i i i-
f (tovcrmncnt olhcialts, by lauding a
the neglect of
di.-di of Imrse beans," and to ridicule the idea
tl.u... m-.T.I ......1 . .w . a ...it... -.. tli.o
lllilb till r-v; I. HU ti.iiiii.ui.'. iui li inn , u-. iu . II
erally are, ly the liatf-starvi d lepers, are not jiit '
the right lootl lor sueii creatures, is n a par witti
the shameful treatment they have received. He
who attempts to shield a mi-deed, is participant
in the wrong. Where the editor r"ceived his
mess of " horse Ijcans," he do-s not .state; but
we have sim Iv to say that, if they came from
the market uu'n in Honolulu, cultivated beans
are a different article altogether from wild beans.
!.. .. l .1 . 1 ... 1, ....... .!... :
x in ni tictti uiii.tiiK..,. i i tf.i..tjii...Ji.jvi.uti.t.
"Ut" dl.di. Well cooked and Masoned by CSpert
baii.ls, is not what the .Molokai letters have been ,.uMt. ., t lr.l, ll(.r v,.r ,t. ri.,.f in(( .lee. have to make the circuit of the town before sup
foiiip lied to t-.it. If th. se l-ans were brought Wilt.r . witii the In 1p of the win dlas of the A7 .lo. plying their w ants, it will be a gratifying item of
hither by the Minister of the Interior, t.n his re- ' Tha; hole stove in her iptarter was temporarily ' news to them that there is one store well supplied
cent trifi to Molokai, and given to the iovern- ! repaired, and the still staunch little .V..i 7Vi7.;'. the wi;h a laige und very select stock of just what they
loent editor w ith the object of lessening the odium . public, favoi ite. and the pet of Captain Hebron, ; w ant, l'or particulars we refer to Mr. MTncniy's
which must attach to Soine otia in chargi- of
these lejiers, and for the purpose of ridiculing the
statements w hich have been inade.it must meet
;! tb .i.tt.n.t.r it ti.Mi-ira
II tiicre l.as it-en neglect in t:ie care oi these
lepers, d.m't try to excuse or lessen the guilt of
tlios'j who deserve censure; much less attempt to
1 ti... r.., o 'ri.n m;..;,. r n,.. ir,,.:,.-
II.VI.. t.l. . tl 4 . All' .1. ... .'. I V. I X...VI..
lias lieen to the spot, lias witnessed their misery
and heard their cries. Let him now Come for-
warJ, state the factt, correct the abuses, nnd col
i i . i . I
skill in the ptjwer of (iovernment to furnisli. lie
knows as well as any uian, that the recovery of
f.n.:..n(d l.,r...kita v... .rn I... n I...1 f s.r. I, ..t w . , n
..... . ..... ..l. V..'. ..'.'',1.1'',V. t'' U 1 I II U ... . ' . . lllt.l 1 . 11 LI
. . .
hopes and their own eflorts; rob them of 6iich
liojs, and they may us well be numbered among
This is too serious a subject to be treated with
ridicule, which is the only effect that the
('We can have, and public opinion will
irowu on anyii'iiii oi me num.
noti:s or Tin: )Vi:i:k.
leet these uoomeu aim tiymg wrctciies into some wuu.i, was ay0 thrown up for the same reason as
tr-ylum where they themselves may enjoy at least ' ,iiut fJ Mr. Atild. and the contract fell to Mr.Tor
lh.; bojie of recovery, aided with the best medical . bel t, w ith whom all terms were satisfactorily ar-
Fi:om Svonkv ai Niw Zk land. The Iiritish J Small Ciia.;k. At the meeting of the Chamber ; a crowd, with expressions of pleased wonder
ship AiWo., whi.-h arrived at this port on Sunday : f Commerce last Saturday, Judge Montgomery, j ,m.nt staJ.i one lU'ihi koc a ki hnvle ? What
last, brings dales from Sydney to November 20. we will not say taking his cue from our re- lloxt from the foreigners -.
We find no veiy important news in the files at hand, i marks last week about "small change." made j
but s;le;iii a few itciiis. The Colonial (iovcrninrnt 1 'tiie very pertinent observations about the dilli-j ri? A stutcinent in our last issue relating to the
N active in importing immigrants to settle in Aus- j cullies which are so patent to all who are obliged ' Knglish ship Xin.ro:td needs correcting. She was
Iralia. The Government packet ship 11oVe Slur ; to go to market, resulting from the scarcity t.f cur- i chartered at this port early in October last, arrived
anived iu November fit m Liverpool with 2.VI la- ; rency of small denominations. He gave notice that ' at How land's Island October 2"2d, and sailed on the
borers, who were farmed out in various districts. lie should, at the next meeting of the Chamber, j 21st of November for England, with a full cargo of
We infer that their pa-iges were paid by the Gov- ' lu ing forward a resolution, w herein tlie Members guano. The above should not be confounded with
eminent, though this is not stilted. The bark ! of the Chamber would agree to receive reals, half ; the Xinirixl. which touched at this port the present
C..'i Sunsit sailed from Sd;:ov for San Francisco '' reals or sixpences at the same valuation as Tinted j week. The latter vess 1 bears the name of ' the
October 17. ami the bark Jl,n' J.'tnh, November ! States dimes nn.l half dimes. At the same meeting J mighty hunter" of old ; the former is the name of
i b..t!i loa.b'd with passengers and tin current j it was stated that the Government was not yet pre- j the site of Leyard's excavations at or near ancient
of emigration to America was setting in briskly, j pared to submit the statistics reijuired by the Com- j Nineveh.
A .Melbourne paper states that portions of the mittee of the Chamber, in order that they might i.VCjiaTrr Coi kt at Haw aii. On Monday. His
wreck of the inissinir bark Tritsl,- from San Fran- suggest a list of the articles proposed to be ad- i Honor .Justice' Davis sails for Hawaii to hold the
cisco has bet n found at Leward Island. The -bat k : milted free .if duty, under the contemplated reel- ' special term for the Judicial District at Waiinca,
7; .'. it will be remembered, toi chod :;t this port prociiy treaty between the Hawaiian and 1'nited ; appointed to try Paakaula and Kahauliko, accused
sevend months since. j States Governments. We learn that the Chamber : of the murder of Henry Clark at South Kona. The
From New Zealand we have dates to the mid- .
die of Octolier. The Auckland Jir- savs that the
Mnori.s. or aborigines, are agiiin engiiged in war I
on the whites. During the few- months of poai-e ,
they were enabled to supply themselves plentifully
with guns and aintiiuiiiiioii. and have commenced
op. ii warfaie. The lou ign population of New
Z.-iiland is stated at Ji'O.IHMJ. and the cost of main- ;
tainitig tiu I lovernment (ifielnding, we resiinie.
the war expen-es.) is :?.". iioo, (mo a jear. Kather
expensive for a n.-w colony. A statement is jn:li
lished by which it appears that pasei:gers fiom
New Zealand for Southampton can go through via
Panama and N-w York, in two or ibic days le.-s
time and at a b s-t co-t than when taking the West
India line fiom l'.inaiiia. The writer calls on the
West India Company lo correc t these ii regularities.
It would appear, from a coi;;muiiication in one of
the papers, that iiio.u:t.K-s are becoming an intol
erable plague in New Zeal. tu 1. The writer pro
poses the follow it. g remedy :
A any remedy I .r the plague of mosquitoes ur.ry
be ileein.'d il-elid. I .-hail Joel obliged by your per
mitting me to sugg t. through your coiiunns. that
if three t four t .b.e- -pooni'iU of l.b.i id. of lime,
in a di-h. are pla- ed in a p.. ::i of moderate .li-neii-,
every evening;, an hour .r so l.f.rf sii:i-et.
sprinkled wi:!i vin.'gir and water, and s'.ir.fd ,.c
. a-loiiiillv. it will be loiKr.l t'.ilt l;e -.piitoes i..,t
t-nt'T the apartment, .-r. it they ,!,,. that
Make a speedy Cil !!!! it. provided till
w i:o lows are not c."- I tipo.i them.
Tb- New Zealand rs .:. the f..!
. !::' it. -in :
Tie in!--l"ti.iiy h ,i,:ie.-.. ,,, rt--.im-d
to h.-r a:ieho:.i-e.a: IC.d.ilil I'atua. . :t M.nl iv aft.-r-
l oon i.i-t. iiii.-r ii r unuu ai it 'p to tne 'i. i.i, .i ei
I -l.ill.l. The voyage, of which we irive a tb-taile.
ii.-coiiiit el --w !e re. has b.-.-n sin-ee ful to a in .-t
gra'il'ying extent. e are sorry to li.'.ir. however,
thai there is -on." fear for the sai. tv ti' the mission
aries at Pi roiiian.'.t. The Satnial Wood t'.iiupany
eirL' iged there, havitig resolved to t''a::s:'.-r it-t.pe-i
itioiis to New I 'al.-d iiiia. the natives have threat
ened to kill the mi-si. .nari.-s. on the ground tb.it it
was through tlnm the Company had resolved to
b'.ive the island.
Takin".; tuk Hint. 'Items" untitles us of the
faet that the objecti .f.iitle lull slops have been
wip.-d out trotu the street signs about town, and
boasts that last week's ' '..'i;. re' t.'. by bringing the
matter to noliee. has done a good service to the
cause of punctuation, and thereby to public educa
tion. A Rn.-.-. The ;,,-'! iiif .ruis ns that " Qtlcen
liuinia has received from iinel.iu I a small oin i-
tuental t Toss, made iVotll Wood nbtailled lldlil the
garden of tlfi'iseiiiatie." iS'.-nd. rf.il '.
i:. ii-. .l.-r d it;
f the nnifder-
"! Ilaaai.'i. Ja:.ii try '.' I" !i. .-::!- u.
..trli -ii!ai r. Ia'.i:! to tin- rapture
t-s. who Lave l.eea a: larg.- un Kjiu'i l'-.r uni-
k : " I a:a i;lad to r i i..rt that the lir;i di r.-rs
I'I'K.l:: Hi'U' ea liit v.-rteniav. far u-i the V. ai:i:!..
valh . and ta-ar :!. f - t t V.n. !:a!.i:i.. :) r v.'.-!
I.rat.-d ri..'S!iain l- ad tn.r.l t!.f val'.ey f Waiadsa
to Wa-iii.-j. 'J'.. to thi- l..-ly -j...t t!,.
triail ! .h'ijr d to CM -s tl:e V,"ji:.iiia tir r s. :i;-t'.v.-l:tv
ti:n.-.. Il.'i- i n t ea-ilv 1 tlv n wl.tn
tie-ro i- ti.'.eh rain in tin- i.; .u:rai:
oil ill I'Jiy. t!:.it i li- f l!;e haiia'.s
wa- tar iii the U'a'.aih.i v.iiio .
j..ins wirh liiat ! Va:':;. and II.,
It w.i-- f .
d tin tuuvdeler-vh.-re
it i: ui !y
i.iloi. i lo;.' a:
prat ijiiarititios of bananas g'."inj: wild, which
tin- in'ir.e-ri rs rocked ;in into a sort of hard jam.
mi.vhii; wi;!i it the fiVh t t the i, -,'!'.., . r ,..o.
called by llie Haw aiiali-i v i. This ih -v had J-lo
I ar.-d for their fi.d. and taken t!.i ai to a
iiH'iiatai'i letreat tn seaward of the f.iot of Manna
hina. !iere va- a larjre o vorhar.irhiir n-ck pervii: i
its a .-heller. The ci iir.iau'.- wele caught by Jo Ira
Hobb?. Jr.. John Ia.ve'.l. a:id f . . u r tiutixts who
aec-oinj'ani''d them, mo-t of these latu-r beinir :w
iia!:i!ed with tin e taoiiiitaiii ta.-t:ieses. Me-r-
Ilobtis and I.ovcll had been hired to make the
M-afcli by the 'hei ill' of Kauai, who has been inde
fa:i;' aid. -v.- in his et',"orts to ecui'e the cnii'i its. It '
was by tht- scenting of a ilg. be'.. tiding to one of
e native e. -notables, that the narties were traced
it. .Much t-kill had be n evidently used to evade
detection, such as jnmiiinz over the jnnIe and
: passinii over fallen trees to obliterate
. seducer nuts on a perfectly careless air. to w hich a
lonir continuance in clime has brought him. The
parties are in irons awaiting the artival of the
.her'.ir, when they w iil undergo an examination
before Judge Wana. and be held over lor trial at
the jury term of Naw itiwi'.i in May next."
Ka Mot Kkiki Kkiivims. This remarkable lit
tle eoasi.-r. whi.di was reported some live weeks ago
as irretrievably lo.-t on Molokai. came into the
1 n'' f :,t :l l'1'1"' "n "'r '' 1
"s Kainalo. und s tove in her larboard oiiarter,
plow ed a deep fut rough across the intervening reef.
of several hundred feet w ith her keel, until, coming
i . . ,
to a Ii'jle tin
tnthom- deep, she sank. The first
report was that she was lost beyond all hope t.f
rt.f.Vl.I V i,t Mr. Ceo. laumes. the well know n
shi;w i ight. joo. ceded to Molokai in the schooner
A'. M.,i. and after setting to w-ork Mr. Alexander
Smiih (a Hawaiian born ship carpenter) and Capts.
: Wilbur and Weiherbee. heretuined to Honolulu
r'-iii.-n.-.X the icmiIi. These practical men
: w t wo,k- rl throwing overboa.d
; tne liallnst to liirtiteil tlie scliooncr. lliey Jiiaceu
casks under her. securely lashed, and lilted with
. i-i i i i.i.
w.i..r wliiot. wiien Tiiimt.... iiii. nn.l t Tit writer
tiailetl nut of the vessel, lifted her sullicientlv to
, will, after a short interval for necessary repairs,
, again resume her usual route, none the worse for
l.T'iK Nkw Stkamiioat V. i i a it k. M r. L. L. Toibert
whom was awarded the contract, is now vigo
rously prosecuting the w oik of completing the new
steamboat wharf. The contract for this work was.
as we are informed, originally awarded to .Mr. Alex
ander Aiibl. but was ic!iniui-he.l by hiui in eonse
iuenee of a disagreement or misunderstanding wish
the (Jovenriient as to terms and conditions. The
next low est tender was that of Mr. Thomas Hushes.
j ranged. The work is in good hands, and will
I doubtless be well pei foruieib In this connection
i tllilV I.l. TIM Oil II faot. 1 1 lilt 14 lltl Vlhlllir lull fTe.lit-
I ... ...... ............ . - 'O
,, ... ,i.i-
' able to our port, mid in consetpience reflects ,'is"
! credit upon our Government. The ship KenH'
""""''i. PJ7'i tons register, with coats for the P. M.
"''iP Co., which arrived on the 2sth ult.. could
' . . .! i.. .t ii-i -i. . ...l r
' so-cau. u sieamooai nuaii,
I jx " c"
iai ge ami
while thawing fiil y twenty-one teet ol water,
mounts of money are being constantly ex-
'i'-i;r u I.kt. A I'crn i'
pen ded for what are leriued public improvements. Ximnil. It and the odd sounds it emitted cre
but it would appear that it is not expended in the j atoJ no liull. Wonderment among the natives who
right direction. i never seen the like before, and thev srathered
ol Commo.ce will iioiu an.utier meeting to-Iay. !
lin.iii.v Ivu'iiiitaxt. It is amusing to observe
how little is know n about us Sandw ich Islanders
" in Kurope. Their ideas of geography get queerly
mixed up. We cut the following important inform
ation from the Paris correspondence of a late Amer
ican paper :
At about the time when the theory of universal
fellowship and the conjunction of races is about to
i meet with ii strong pra tical support at the Wm Id's
I Fiiir. a curious instance of iutoi marriage 1ms just
t cine to li.'lit. M. Leon Ragues.a young but well
. known mu-ie-.il composer, is about to become the
son-in-law of (jtiet ii l't iin.it I. fey his marriage with
her royal highne.-s Moiikipago. eldest daughter of
the (.On-i ll. lb' is to change his name to that of,
Noitkaitasika. tinder which cognomen he will a
cei'd the throne of the S indwii h Isles, the IJueeii
mother beitnr about to sih.licato in his favor. The
extemporized Kin;r intends, it is said, making a
stinty t.i n iiive mu-ic. ami i.et..re tie assumes Ua ,
.......... ii. it ... .!.. t.i l-.-l,,..., ii itt. ....
1 l "... I I ..... I , . I . . ...... IUI 1 1 1 . .. V. I
S mdw i. h Music
with which to treat the ears of
n;s t oiiuirv men, aiier w liirii ue w in return to ins
d ilnliiioiis and replace the orchestral wand by the
scepter of royalty. Long live King Noukaii.tsika.
Tiik I. vmmstkii. We have been asked by seve-al
whether the report of the b.-s of this ship is relia
ble. We cannot say. but think it i- not. until t o;i
tiriu"d. I'.v th billowing from the Panama .'.-. it
appears that .Vlniii alJYai n and Captain Daven
port had lettirtiod to Washington. Pev. Mr. M Laren
remained ill Panama, and is connected with the
jKT-'.ip P,.ir. i" i!x as chaplain.
:i Re.ir-Adiui.-al Pear-.-n and Coiiimand-r
li ,npo tt will leave t..r the United States ou the
so-ane-r ' ,'.'. 1 ember lo. Admiral Pear
son lakes with hilll the be-1 wishes t.f the people ..f
tlie t'oa-t. both native and foreign, bv ai I" who'll
tiebl 111 tne tic'iie:
command of ihe
t es:,...m. Admiral Dahlgreii
1'nited .-states South Pa -itie
dr.. ii on the l J:!t instant, ami was received on
1 the i! nr-ship J'"irr,.ly.i,x wi;)i tl,. eustotnarv
siinte. II-was immediately afterwards saluted lu
ll, it. M."s -hip .'.. nr.,:r. 'The vessel will sail f -r
the South Coast in a few .lavs.
D;si !nr.i;:i;. The K'-uVmirth. with some fifteen
hundred tons t.f coal, is being rapidly discharged
at the steamboat wharf by Capt. Cha-lwiek's don
key. The ship is under charter, as we learn, to load
g iano bv C. A. Williams A. Co.
CnvMiKii H.isiis. Mr. F. Molteno having sold
out his interest in the schooner .bV..r),. she now
stands in the iiiiuie of W. L. ("L-eeti. Ksip. and will
continue h- r u-util trips ntid.-r the eommaml of
Capt. Lambert. By advei tis..-iii.'itt. it will be seen
she is offered for sale.
another." The Act authorizes District and Circuit
Ju.lg.-s to isae w;:rra:iis t.f arrest and detention
li-r trial of w ives deserting their husbands. a::d for
I. .nd u::!i 5
"r .-n. h d, i ion.
t!iey ia.1 produce
they r.:'i-I return
to their pa:f:ers. or be si.i.j .te.i I.i imp! "woauieiit
a', hard hit. or tint to exceed one i:iei ;!i. und pay
the cos';? oi'Coitrt. The lat'.t t provision is a tpieer
en.-, for. niarii:ig. In-u g a civil contr:'.it. the hus-b:i:-d
is liable f.-r ti e debts of his w;:e. and fin. s
and costs of Court are in that e.'.:. g..;y. A cas-'
recurred the oil er day before the Police Magistral"
rf Holloiu'.n. W Lich g.n-s far t- s'loa :he sihg'l'.-ir
absurdity of the law in tpicstiou. A uat.e ir.a:i
got o..t a warrant lor his w ife, an Lav h;g ti soi led
i bed and board." She w.
taken be ft re the
a defense, w hic'i.
I'oiice Mai.-trato and tlieiv c;:l.'
the ojiiaioa of everybody th. n j.re.-ent a well
as of the Court, pel feetly justiii'-d her in leaving
the society of tr.e 111.1:1 to v.iiou. she had been mar
ried, and so the case was discharged. The man
appealed to the Circuit Judge, who issued a -;(-.$
lor the woman to appear before him at a
certain time. Now the ijUestion aiises nmbr the
hiv.-. is ti.i- a civil or a criminal case ? If the latter,
the Crown cannot c.ppeal : if the former, as would
appear by the summons, what will be the result if
tiMdefeudant fails to appear .'
ok iue Kn.At r.. Unodialf of the interest
in this vessel, which for three weeks had been in
the posso.-ion of the Marshal, was sold at public
auetton at noon on Saturday last. A large crowd
ws attracted to the Fule. and the bidding com
menced at $0.0111). from which it run up to sM-s-OO.
at w hich figure it was knocked down to Mossrs
Ilackf-id .t Co.. for James V. Austin. Esii. If the
statement is correct that on her lust trip she cleared
about S'l.OOi) over her expenses, the purchaser has
made a good bargain. The steamer now stands in
to her present owners. Messrs. Austin A Kmnies.
about S 1 Ii.tH:. on which capital steam ought, if
ever, to have a fair trial, and prove profitable. The
Kii i nea v. as built in New London in It'fii). cost
about $ 10. (Kill, and her hull is nearly as good as
new. She will coiitiirie iu the coasting service.
i Ax I M st .vi. Sicit r. Those w ho are in the habit
; of ' looking alolt," saw an unusual and very inter
esting sight on Thursday forenoon. In the full
, i,i;lzi. of siinUirlit, the waninsr moon was seen near the
Z(.nith. and tw o or three degrees to the westw ard.
. ,,i:,;niv vk-ible to the naked eve. was the planet
, vt.ns. Huring the past week the atmosphere has
; been remarkably clear, and stars have occasionally
1 been vi.-ible in the day time. Venus is the planet
i whose tran-it across the Sun was observed by
; Cook at Tahiti in J771. at the place named by him
; Point Venus, which name it still bears. Another
! transit of this planet will occur in Pecenibcr, 1.74,
and still another eight years later, in lSSS.
AVoKrn Know ixt;. In these hard times, when
. .i t . . l, .. ... . .... .
i m:ill eleitoo :iiitl eli. .let tlrv .rooils are so scarce
: that it hardly navs to advertise, and housewives
advertisement. 11 is store is located on lterctania
street, and tiiose who deal there always find prices
considerably below auction rates. Mr. MT. knows
and lives up to the old proverb ' a nimble six
pence is better than a slow shilling.''
Nkw Iirovs. The late legislature voted a sum
f..r laying buoys at Koloa and AVaimea. Kauai.
With a promptness which is commendable, two cask
buoys were prepared by the Harbor Master, and
have been properly laid with heavy anchors by
Captain Kinney. of the schooner Xitlie SIrrrilL We
learn from Capt. K. that during the recent south
erly and westerly blows, they have been of real
service to the vessels anchoring at those ports, ena
bling them, by running a line to the buoy, to get
under way without risk to the vessel or cargo.
Krery port, where schooners have to anchor, should
b-Wovided with similar safeguards,
f y V
vT-jE i;a,:iii-es. On Tuesday last, that ancient
instrument of music, tlie early recollections of
whose mellilluous (?) notes are so dear to every
. . ... . .... .......
son of the land ol cakes ami britiier cots. tt.e
veritable ba:'nines. made its annearanco on our
p-ivds. under the arm of one of the passengers by
Attorney General ami Ins clerk t. II. Harris went-
I ... ... ..... i, .. ii i ... ..,.... P.. tl... ,.(,
up ill the steamer last Monday to prepare the case
ifficer Wills takes charge of the prisoners to
Hawaii who are now in confinement iu the Oahti
Pli.' IsKWOIiTMV. V
understand that the ladies
connected with the llev. II. H. Parker's church,
under the Presidency of the Hon. Mrs. Charles It.
Bishop, have formed themselves into a Benevolent
Society, for the alleviation nf pain aud the relief cf
want among the aged and other indigent Hawaitans.
All honor to tie-m, and may Heaven prosper their
O woman, in our h"ur nf case
t noertaiii, o.y, ami iar4 to please ;
Wli. ii pain an.l ancu.bii wrinj; the brow,
A mitiistcrii g angui tl.ou ! 11
Ui.ri'vt aki a. We noticed recently in the book-
store a beanlilul map t,t t Hit. Jas. .MaKee s plan- I
, ,;, )lf fjupaiakua. executed by Prot. Alexander
of Oahu College. This sugar estate is a splendid
one in all respects, and a j.ist cause of pride to its
worthy owner, and the artistically finished map
will make an ex'retnely appropriate and handsome
ornament to the drawing room at " Rose Ranch."
The work is a credit to our native talent.
Coon Wo;:::. The new schooner 2 V.V. C.ptaTn
Johnson, made a trip to Kauai and back hist week
in as short time as we ever recolleet for a sailing
voss.-l. .-:;, was ab-eiit only four days and a half,
ret ui - ii i : i r on Saturday moriiinir from liana! .-i with
it cargo of hit 1 lev's of sugar and 20 barrcN of ino
litss.'s. She i; oulv o'i tons lie aMirei.iont. but car.
ries ii large cit.i for her si.e.
MKKTlS'i OK CuKtCToKS. We ai'e re.jllest.-d tO
remind thus' int.-res'.-d. that the creo"; rs of tlie
late linn of Walker. A'.'cn .V Co.. are notified to
apj-.ear before the Hon. "I. M. Rohrtou. at the
Court Hons... to-day at li! o'clock, for tlie purpose
M? proving th.'ir claims.
"- CitlMKt.I.Oi. TO TIIK FUKNCII Cos !.ATK. AVe
inadvertently omitted last week to Mention the ar
rival of Mr. Mattinetti. tl..- attache of the Consulate
of France at these Islands. Mr. Martiuctti and lady
came passengers Ijv the (.'. Jerrny on the 19th
' Chinks;: Nkw Ykau. The annual festival of the
ehi'idp-ii t.f the Flowery Kingdom comes next Tues
day. February .". on which oecas'a.n we may expect
to hear no ei.d of Jire-i liick'-rs and no;iee a great
deal f inerry-makit.g and joviality among our
An iM' i: m i :. I. w. I'.v ?:i.-!i a
r; t i i t tharai in . ;l,r A t id l '"o. ,
a-t to j-revetit ii:ani d .ei-oas from ue:
Fi:iKM. The is.-ue fof i'el.nia! V !- "II 'ir '
Lit !e. ;::id wiih.il laiher il.tt i . s' i:lZ- the editor
continue- ! takv Jack's p ot in tto-pital nutt'.crs. .
and enti'iat. s his vi.-ws ,.n the subject in a leader, :
and a lengthy " tiesaath." acc.iin a:.S 'l w ith ihe ;
U-llll t-nc'ost. les. to the Aulerici'l Secretaiy of
Sta;e. wLi 'h Le states wi wii.U n by re.,ncs;. and
published, les' il should ! read only l.y some ui. dor j
c!-! k in the Sta'e Departm-.-iit. The ;?... c'.a'.ins
tt:e 'id si among il papers published ia "da
I. - and a- it is in its '2ith j ear. its clai'u will
ibiv not be d'.s'niie.l.
Three Ia I.:itcr
Tmnra hnont nf thp Pr -:i.ipnt f
iliipCatvlimtUL 01 llltJ rr.blUtlll.
I The British bark .Itreri.i. Bissell. 1G days from f'On, the nonhwcsi coast a.rUed kere
I . , , . , , J ls' u'lfht. having two sailor wf the Hawaiian bark
San Francisco, arrived off the port i aturday noon, .Mun.,r-a. Capt. Kobiiiuon. which vessel left Port
came inside, and sailed again for Hongkong on Suu- Gamble with lumber for the S.tndwich Islnid. on
day morning. j NovemlH-r. and was totally lot iiear Koskeeinn
i x- , -i 1 1 t. . 1 Sound, cn the '-'oili of the iaino mutith. The bark
i No regular read was received by her, but a few , . , . , ', ,"
I ..... , 1 was thrown 011 tier beam ends when ill Cape I iitterjr.
papers from Messrs. AUnch, Merrill & to., with on the 10th of November, the drck load going over
; dates to January 9th three days later thau tour , the side. The Secoud Mate, Mr. llroolts, was lost
previous advices. ' overboard and a seaman named Johuou, w ho was in
! The baik Comet was to leive San Francisco about j ..i'1' J -'"
! , , , .... , , , niasis were cut awiiy, wheu the vessil righted, but
January JOtb, and will be due here Saturday or Sun- j feeing water lepged she floated helplessly for fifteen
' Jay next with the Pastern mail of Dec. -Olb. ; dxys, the pcrsi nt 011 bond suttcriug dreadful priva
i The most important item of news by this arrival j t"otl. when she went ashore at Koskeeniu Sound and
j U the proposed irapeachment of President Johnson ! k P imuiediateljr. All Lands landed trail
j r 1 ' ...... . wo'l wcrc imuiediattly made prisoners by Ihe In-
1 by Cougress, as will be seen by the following tele- ; dins, who reduced them lo a slate of elavcry.
grams: ; 1 hey were ueti captive for forty days, when Ihe
In the House. Mr. Loan of Mhsouri offered a reso- ' 'w n,en who " I I st night contrived lo Jea
lution. in substance Ihat, in order to secure the fruits ! c"re. and reached the Hudson II ty Company's sta-
of the victories gaine
d during thewar.it is the im-
perative duty ol the Thirty. ninth Congress, without
deliy, to accomplish the following objects :
,iS The impeachment of Ihe t.itioer now excr-
cising the functions of l'res'.lent of the United States
and his removal from office, for hih crimes and mis
dcme'inor.'i which he is notoriously guilty of, nud
' which render him unsafe lo cx-'rci3e the powers he
1 has unlawfully assumed.
; Second To provide for the administration of the
Third To provide means for the immediate te
const ruction of the States lately in rebellion, except
Fourth To secure by Federal authority the right
of fraucluse of negroes in the Southern States.
Mr. Loan's resolution created great excitement.
Mr. Davis moved lo lay it on the table, which mo
ticn was negatived by a vote of 40 to 103.
Immediately Mr. Ashley of Ohio arose nnd asked,
ns a question of privilege, that Ihe Clerk be allowed i Icrms proposed by Congress, it is proposed to select
to rend Ihe following : I what is called a Provisional Committee of five citi-
I do impeich Andrew Johnson. Vice President xens, distinguished for their loyalty to the Uoion ;
and acting President of the United States, of high j this Committee to act as one of public safety until
crimes and misdemeanors ; I charge him with usurp- the Constitution of Ihe State is formed, which they
ation of power and a viohuicu of law, in that he has j are authorized lo inaugurate. The Convention tfcus
corruptly abused the appointing power; in that be ' called, can then elect Provisional Slate ofSoera, from
has corruptly disposed of public property of the j State Constitutions irrevocable without the consent
United States; in that he has corruptly interfered in j of Congress, granting universal suffrage, and the
the c'cctious, and committed acts, and conspired with j prohibition of distinction on account of race or color,
others to commit acts, which, in the contemplation The repudiation of the rebel debt and Ihe disfran
of the constitution, are high crimes and misdemean- ; cliiscmcnt of nil who aided in the rebellion, are also
ors; therefore be it ; to be provided for in the State Constitutions. If the
Resolved, That the Judiciary Committee be and ' State shall at'any future time attempt to dissolve the
hereby are authorized to impure into the official relations with the Federal Governmuut, its represen
conduct of Andrew Johnson, Vice I'resideut, now taiion iu Cougress lo cease. If Congress accepts Ihe
discharging tlie powers and duties of i'resideut of ' new Constitution the State shall be entitled to rcpre
the United States, and report to this House whether ! sensation. The Committee will ure the bill as m
in their opinion the said Andrew Johnson, while in s substitute for Stevens' measure.
said office, has been guilty of acts of corrupt admin- j t,ince ,he ,aiit cmblirg( on ,be Hghtnincr line, four
istrations of the Government of the United States, or j Un;teJ s:ute9 Senutor8 hl,e boen .Iectc,j n,melT :
any department or office thereof, and whether said ; fmon Cameron in Pennsylvania,- Ptoscoe Conklintr
Johnson-.has been guilty of any act. or conspired in New Yrk, Lyman Trumbull iu Illionois. and
with others to do acts which, in contemplation of the Ch(W. t. url4ke ia Miim. These are all eooj
Constitution, are high crimes, requiring the inter-j mell allj ,rue. and will enter -..pun their duties
rosinou of the Constitutional powers of the House of, ir..h 4il. isr.7
rosinou 01 toe -onsiitutionai powers 01 tne House 01
itepreseniatives; mat sma coiniiiiuee nave power to
send for persons and racers, and to administer the !
customary oaths. Washington. Jan. 9. Mr. Ashley, cf Ohio, wai
Mr. Spaulding moved to lay the resolution on the j before the Judiciary Committee to-day in regird lo
table, which was negatived by a vote of EG ayes to ' lhe charge coniaincJ in his impeachment resolution.
103 noes. j The Committee have decided to proceed in the inves-
The resolution was adopted. j tigitiou in regular order, ami each member iscworn
Ou the 8th the following action is reported ashav- ,0 .T,,"1Ft !hiBK w.hich iU r'bbly be
, , i enquired into will be the conduct of the President in
trig tauen place: j usin(f ,,ig infl,lence wj,h ,he jovernois of rebel States
The House Judiciary Committee this morning had , to defeat the Constitutional Amdudment.
under consideration Ashley's impeachment resolu- j Tlie nV.rsays. regarding the lmpcachroeut of
lion, and deeded to proceed wuh the investigation, j the President, ll.at it is contrary to former impres
and summoned Ashley (of Ohio) to come before them, rtoCH. We are incline 1 to think that Ihe Uidi.al.
Veto of the Suffrage IS ill
. . a -1 1 1 u 1 1 ' . , Valium . I . . A I loilll .... 3 It-
turned the District Sufi rage Bill to the Senate, with '
.1 .f. , .i.,... .:.:..
Wahisgtox, January 7. The President has re
of the people of the District are opposed to it, and aj
want of capacity in the persons upon whom the elect- !
ive privilege is proposed to be conferred. '
On the 8th, the House passed the above bill over 1
. . r n., , . .,, , ,, j
the veto bv a Tote of 113 to 33. aud it will nrobablv t
become a law,
f.cn. firnnt on the Vclo.
Wasiunotcn, January 7. The statement that
Gen. Grant approves of the President's veto of the
Franchise Bill is untrue. He told the Arkansas dele
gation to go homeand pass lhe Constitutional Amend
ment, and to pass a bill granting universal suffrage.
Washington, Jan. 8. The House passed the Dis-
j trict Suffrage bill over the veto by a vote of 113 to ;
i oo. aneie was great rejoicing in toe galleries.
Chicago. Jan. 8 Washington specials to the
Republican say the sc-no in the House yesterday j
; Wfl he most impressive of the fssirn. W hatevcr
! may be the final issue of the movement on Ihe i.n- br lti ,10 matter bow much Johnson deserves it. The
i peachment, it has reached the first stage. The ; Hera 14 says the President has been guilty of noth
j Republican who voted to lay Ashley's resolution on , Inore lilAn fej, partisan pre decessors have, from
I hc table, were Dav.s. D.lge, Hubbt l! of Ohio, Ray. jJlc'is0I1 jowu. The Tim says the charges are
i ."K,n'J pi"" and v hairy, titiring tlie procicf-
, nigs many .-senators came inwnn exci'ea interest, j fl()or of ,he House, and believes the Senate will throw
There were no speeches, and but a feeble, ineffectual them out.
! opposing skirmish, which showed the weakness of !.,,, . , r .
the minority. The Judiciary Oumit.ce will imme- I . 1 hc. ",7" My.? d'r " ?" organ.xa
: d.attty organize to take testimony. i tlun lrhe ,IoUH l,,m lhe of npectimeDt
,, ., , , , j g'es before a Committee of nine members upon
; The House would h ive passed the District Suffrage Mlich the piJent I.hs but one friend, and be not
; bill over the veto had it come from the senate beiore an or;,,;,,,,! friend. The eight remaining memlters
: adjournment. , w;u ieaTe the cie to Aehley in Its preparation. Mr.
The House is considering a resolution declaratory ' lioutwcll will do the work of impeaching in the
j that the thirteenth amendment to the Constitution, ' Cum mil tee. The only hope now is in the Senate,
j ratified last year, prohibits slavery as a punishment : which may respect the law and the facts. In the
fur crime. ' meantime, the President bears himself with a patience
! The Ib.use Post Office Committee had under con- ' anJ difsuity which ought to command the respect of
: c; L,,.i;,,n .1. .. 0:.;..r ..i.i.ih .. : ..,,.-.,
, alone the nost routes, to I n under :
the coutrol of the Pestuiaster-Gene: al. They will ' the District Suffrage bill, which originate 1 in the Scn
! give audience to telegrat h men who favor Ihe scheme ate. was pas-e l ty both II.iues and vetoel by the
at their next meeting. President, has, as will be seen by our telegraphic
The Wavs and Means Committee wore in Re.ion news this morning, been passed over the veto. It
to-day ou the tax aud gul J bills, but no conclusion
' was arrived at.
The Tiitirt says that Frederick Bruce Ins been
iuttncted to aoorta'n whether the United States
wiil submit the .Hafnium claims to arbitration, pro
viding the points previously agreed on are settled.
Gen. Miller, President f the Fenian Council,
pronounce" Stephens a humbug and a cheat, in the
The Pope has dccl ire I th it he will not ab n l. n
The Federal A-. mhly of Switzerland has voted a i tho wi'.I of the rn ijority of lhe Senator and Repre
loari of twelve million francs for the manufacture of j sentaiivts of the nation should be subordinated to
brt-tcli loakrs. ! the w ill of the comparatively very Htn ill number of
A new German Ptrliament has been crdert-d for I voters in and aroaud the CapitaL .Htu, Jan. 9.
the lil'-h of February. j T(i y;cw fcf ,he rtimor iat Confederate notes a're
The news from lo lia getg wtrse and worse. From ' again cotnir.jr into circulvtion in the remote South,
ihe lates' reports it would seem that something like 1 the Mubile Tidies says : " AVe can add that Mobile
o,0iHi.(mj0 of per p!e have died of famine tn the shores ' wood dealers will take them even ccrd for cord. If
of ihe Lay of Ib-ng-d. It is too fearful and painful 1
' a subject to dwell on
Lord Shaftesbury has bceu making a speech on
church rjue:jtioi s at Salisbury. Ritualism he regard
e I as " I'ull-blr ... ftirozant, in-olent Popery, ' and
be held that "whether they build up Porery in the
country, or whether thy fosterel rieol.-gy or ration
' alism, the r suit would be to bring the m:.-s of the
people to cte dead lev el of unbelief and BJcIity."
While the celebrate 1 ci -.nt Ching (height about
eicht feet, welching twenty-one sti ne) was ou ex- 1
exhibition at Worcester. Kngbitid, the prodigj stum- '
bled, an I out rolled tvro living bodies, tne of which j
had bee- hoisted ' a top o' t'other." j
Phaiaoh's serpents are banished frosi Spain by i
R.yal decree. '
TESM DAYS LATER!
Arrival olIi CTmot.
T II 12 I tI ! i: A V 21 .11 12 A T .
The lavoi ile Lark ( .... i t the ttegulsr PespatrJi
Liu., at riveti ia p-.il vesteiday nfieinoon. 14 days
from San l'i;neisro. bringing Pastern m;!s. nnd
tlates f'otn "hiit p.. it to t'-e 17th.
Path J 'nriived over on the 11th. 2i
day tYoiii lb nobilii. She Would have ngaill for
this pori about li.e 2o;ii.
Steamship .t,i.i- was lu ing tilted for tli- Sand
wicti Island Hade, as will bo seen by the following
from the .t'.f :
Tiik A.iix The .1-iix, after l.tyire for aoiue
"ui.ths ijv in the ii..itvr. sn.K-1 for .Marc iind
.Uy fl.riTfrliuhii;:nnd fitting for ee itgain.
Many iniprt vements hae recently been mie in her
upper wui ks. nd chalice in her tnachioery of n
important character, citieuhtied lo increase her apeed.
hvc nisi. lern uni te. It is understood thnt she will
rcsurre her tripsj to Hocrlulu as pnrl of the auxili
ary lire, umhr the Cliin-i M.iil Line contract. The
crigin.il contract required the Chioa mail ateamera
to touch itt Honolulu, but it i ezpeoted that the
amend ent bill now before Ceneres will obviate that
J diflii'iilt in the it cf a successful competition with
tne 1 cmnsula and llvtiland I.iuc. aitj penult the
Siiiidwit-h Uhiiids service to be performed by an aux
iliary line id suiilicr stcaiuerj. much better fitted for
The following fn.in the eame piper reports the lose
cf the baik .Vauuii A'kj .
VtiToPiA, Jan 9 The chcomr Gaztll. Cact.
! IUI" 61 r.orl "uri'rt. ' " of Iiecctuber,
' here their wants were supplied and passag secure,
j ,,,r ,lir,n 0,1 lhe a:eile, which sailed thence on lh(
1 l ""slant '" Victoria, Messengers had been di
j I'lched to Koskeemo, demanding the release of the
captives, but no answer bud been- received up lo the
sailing, of Ihe schooner. Two of the survivors nt
Koskeemo were terribly frost-bitten and nearly dead
from Ihe eflects of the exposure while ou Ibe wreck.
New Voitk. Jan. 13. A Washington telegram
says ihe House Committee agreed to report a bill for
new Government for Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Arkansas, Louisiana, .vlisjissippi, JSortb and South
! Carolina, and Texas. It first declares void all laws
! Je- by Governments in force in those State, aiul
then proposes that all male persons above the age of
twenty-one, who can lake the oath of loyalty, be
auowea to vote lor delegates to a enveotino. When
1 the Convention meets, if it decides lo accent the
, March 4th, 1867
are liidcel in earnest ; that the Presider.i. will be
impeached and put on trial. Whether je will be
couvictcd is a point on which there arr - .ufWicnt
- .. jmw-
Kroun,,V,, aJ T"??, tM th' ,,n'P'r f lho 8cDtt6
is more fully disclosed."
XkwVok, Jiiu. 10. A ?,.sh.ingtoi dispatcli
8aJ" 'l ' understood that the p ' flreel upon 7
the leaders of Ihe impeachment : nofC,uent is to u8-
?.?uJ th,e L?'ricle are'prepared.
Wade stepping into the Prr-id.
.i... . .. 'j . i .t.- .
t.ieu iiup,muiu.iuii-.s mo iru. nrtrrnTQ
regular term of cflice is expired ; i.l-jmm. m. j,
South will be reconstructed over ag tiu
UlisctT la neons.
Another Arkansas delegation has am
Washington to oppose the admisaion of lb-preset,
tives until the Statu is organised on a basis of uni
Tlie Government is in receipt of advices from
Kurope that tfiere fs a great demand for our sccuri-
Xiik Nijw VortK Pbf.?s on Lmit.vciiment The
niorninz papers all oppose the impeachment of the
Ir,.i,l...,t Tl,e 7V7.i. . tw.l.i,. h. -;.i
nothing more than those lepeatedly stated on the
A v.rrum Vkto Vi toi-ii Thp mnnnm tnn.n
was roturne.I to the Senate, but Ihe vote on final
pa-sigc in that body is nut given. The vote in the
Ifoure was 113 to 33. The main grounds cn which
the ve'o rested were t!iat a maj.rity of the people of
the District are opposed to it, and that the blacks
are lacking in c ipacity for the proper exeroiso of the
elective franchise which the bill confers The first
oi j.'cit. n as-iiiiif s that Congress is restricted in its
legislation fjr the District of Columbia to the wishes
of a majority of the voting population therein con
tained, which teems to us an unreasonable conclu
sion ; f.-.r wh'-n the ConHtitction gave Congress power
of ' exclusive h'gisl iti'.n in all cases whatsoever,
over such Di-trict." it e. rt iiuly did not mean that
this le treason, make Ihe most of it."
Yki.i.ovv Fkvku. The nrrival of tho .itrato at
Southampton on the 13th of November, from St.
Thomas, with Z cases of yellow fever ou Uotrd.
fourteen of which proved fatal during the voyage,
has created considerable une-iiriPS3. The ship was
quarantined on her arrival at Log'and.
Nkw TniAL. Julia 0. Hall sued lhe bark Emily
7e(iii'g for Sil.&OO d.'.tni.te for the loss of her
wardrobe and got a Judge Dwindle has granted
new trial and rebuked the folly cf such a verdict as
was rendircJ by the j'jry.
John M .ni.-sey, we suppose, has been elected upon
h;3 ni,IM;c. S we shall have iu Congress one mus
cle - man, '.hough we fear very few Christians. .
l'i entire r