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C. S. DARTOVV.
OH TUESDAY, - - - - KAUCH lOtk
At 10 n-. !'k. A. M , at Sale U-u. will he Id
A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE !
.Aiul ?i lot of "Furniture !
Via: Ilc.lt-.t. Hair I'trfh I'lcir.
lariii r Mj.l liu-.-n. CVn'r.- T iV.
Il.r M ii;rM, tie., e-ie., nr.
SALS OF P-ZRCHAWDISE
WLLXESDAY, - - - - LIAILC3I 27th,
At al. leirn, at 10 o'clock, A. M ,
WCKS :IL Ml KltlUD A (.HKAT Vi'IltT OK
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS
TUlMs Ov.-r S'JIO, SO 1 '; ov.r $500, GO days;
$1'XX, '. days. BpiToved a;T.
All Sum pies put up to be Sold.
RL-!It..N K. w w-cui'i- I l 7-. Vr t .,J. t.
-J T ami in iiml n If.? r-'l t r.ui-
,t-.tn one ."'' ' f laiit, 11 i-tir I, wr.h ' ui lu.Mir.g,
Xrrin tin my r further Mrticii)r4 nj!jr o
lot Two Ionr 1k Love & l.riAiv r iiakrjr
THEOD. C. HEUCK;
HAS RECEIVED t j
Per Earks R. W. "Wood and Eaglel
HEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS J
TfHITK AXDSCMULKT WOO! PUXKKT?.
l i on aiel B.'ure I liiack. mU.u ao.l !!ue AImu-a,
I vt'ur( ri'l l'r tlbtttev,
ll.-.ity iN-n'fn-., t'hek.1 Dowlas,
PotaloiH, lri?l. tt-w (.atterr.s;
ll.-atry tmll I l.'.u.- H iooel,
Clark art.l l lu !'.r .el. i.Ali, ItilliarJ Cloth,
Aitrf lorid C.-lierP.
lil.u-k CrAjr, si-.iTi.r ma4:k f-i.k.
f mri'.r Iti-ratta unit Itvkory shirti.
kiwry C4tjii mii'1 Farcy leeuu hirt.
A el-ct rtnii o Lin-n llom Shirt,
taIK-V VVi,.I t:irl.
Meruiu an.l fruk Vriilershirts ami Jrw'r.
A COMI'LKTi: ASSOItTJIKXT OF
Jt-i.' -rvjr aiul tlue n.ixcl Cotton SL.a, Women's sH-vkinp
A I.AIte-K VAUIKTV OF FKI.T HATS!
liflereiit ijualily ami tyle.
Affru uiid Suic I'mltr'Htts,
Oral's Sjtrrhr Sal lis.
Whip, Spar. PaiMle doth., etc., etc , fit.
Aevrtetl Cotton, Half Wrot and IVmil l'ai.lal 4i,
1: i;t i. z: kv, es a n i v a n u
lrrcue-r'Kj Pari, Yetlnsr Il.-ai!s,
air l ii'-. l'rW Sere.
IiHl1a.U11.l r IkN.r M at.
W ater iii.4t.
Ilule-l 'ootsca I'aper,
Ilarana f ecar of ilifTen-nl quality.
A choice wariety of 1'iM.t.vraphlc Alliums,
A-li-V Keticules, etc., etc.. clc.
' F i 5 " rj
Jlaif Uirrl Cruslwl ?uifar.
Snrd.ms ill hall uial quarter Ixixe,
Jlacearoi.i and V-ima-vll:. Oysters,
IM(v- Ie-.rii. , Jellies. Oiekh .
Asxirteil ;. rcl Kxtr.uts. Mu-t ird. fol u.v Tol.a-co,
AssortcJ r'renclt t'atc-a and Meats.
PAIXTS ANI OILS.
Fui-rior IiuileJ Uds.t.1 Uil, White Lead. Zinc Paint.
V IMIOWC I. A SS. fnmi !Sx24 in. to tJOilO inch.-.
SII KCT l.i: A f f 2, J!. 3 and Si Ih pr square .U
ZI XI in sh'-ets i f r.iUTi in. ami Tvttl in. Xj. 9 and 10.
1 It N .
yoiierior ItiK-p Xrii. Assurtmenl rt round, square arid flat Iron.
I', s'nts Ihe rt-'wif J. ri'hilti'llse
TIIK STOCK OX IIAXI RKfKll'EU HI'
Is CITcrcd Tor Sale ct Seasonable Prices!
E-spKCIAL ATTENTION IS DRAWN TO THE
Building Materials on Hand,
Via., Portland IVmenf.
Uosviidal? I'emei.t. California I.irr.e.
Plaster of Paris and MarMe Iut,
An.! irt.euUrly Ihe K )SEMAI.K CKMKXT. ararranted t be
a uiieri.-r ari.e-, c;.n br b4ihlal a loir price at present.
J''irr!,.tst n af r-e -.'.. to fill h.j'.,re biytn.j
ti.-i' irhtrr nl
TIIi:ol. C. IIKI'CK.
Mi 6t C.Tier r'ort and Merchant Ptn.
x i-: v GOODS.
Tite Undersigned Has Just Eeccived
rv:iz::v s'eio.tj z25sto.".
The F H'wiiijc lH-iratle As'rtni-ut f
IX Alii) V AJi 1 !
.IWOIITKP. 11. li n.l 2 Inches;
rarriir lfc.lt.. and rir- It- Itr,
Ihwr l"..lt.. a..--rted. .ijaar? and nnj'.d:
M.-vIii'h !i.'li. a.rlM, 4 to S uu.-f.ea, heavy;
I . i. Alrt and Pick.
CII.lKt O.tl. IKON'S, X. 3 awd X. 4.
Charosit Furnace.. aa-orteil e.
T Il.np-s. l.tfl.t .ih! fe-avy. awled. 8. S. 10. 12. 14. 1", 1 in.
A ale. il-iil. li and 11 ir:et.-.
K-ah' K-miikI Point .-r ule., Sk-t Il's.
ll.iy torki, CViuo:cte svt tiar.leu TooU.
Cooper's IFools !
Coo-ii-tinp of :
Viri-. y-T H--iif 'rl H.inim r.ai.l Iiiver,suiTicr quality:
Atr-r and ll"el. as.-rte.l;
Alh. in" t'."ii-r' K itve.. T;o.ner S:ril,
W il ti". I auiktli Iron..
l"n'0'"; ni lianimr. Sh p AurTS.
I'.i.eitin? ll tmm-. Adz- F.ve II ininrT.
lil iek-nn It". II.iium.-r. Knjiiier'a II itamrr,
t h ;. F !! raw, assorted;
Sierl aar-a, Iroa ri'lare.
Shoemaker's Tools !
A larii. a.irtment, vi :
W.men'. M"i and IV y" Ul k List.
Welt Ip.n. Sh .iik Ir.rt.ji. h m:d-r Ir ns."
It-.-.t in Wheel... freneh K.-y VV he-U. P. im'.'heri,
Sh. Sharei, Uuot F-KTBrl, llartMr9 Ud. Tal.
iz-r Mb k..
Alid a t'oan!" ajtsortm'-'nt of Shoo IV and Nail.
AI.0. IX STOKE I
Ifc-at Fnc'i.h Ilit and Whit Lead.
Putty, l.lue. VVh.t nr. Lini Pit. k.
p.ru--h-s. I.un:' Heavy v-s.
Mmk Haiu.li. r.. -ves. I:n.t Steel.
Uuu Poader ail Shi t, e:c etc. j
The l.vtCiiK nfi the largest ail rtn-t complete a.firtojent
Of Hardware, Cutlery, etc., j
Kvrr fcfT-ivd in thi. market, ao.l will l-e f"ld ojn the ro.t
rea.n-il le terms, tor Ca-li or Apirov. d C red;t- j
I'lcu.r C'll and Kianiar.
;V,1 4t . -V. I...I!.
Hilo and Honolulu. j
i'lvi. rKlio Schoonor ZMary
Mil! hf-(i!, mike K-iruUr Tn; ltawa M.0) and
HO.SOl.i LV IHKKCT.
L. L ToKLI.ur, Af t.:, 11 j). lu'a.
Ji., C 'i-I- I" ' 1"
Fire Wood, Fire WcodrFireYood.
.'uis rn:i: vooi. dkv axi
in I't iu- Ui.lf .
' f-rrlj P.vPLLK A 1UWIN.
x o r.r i a it':
rI,I..K Vv,,KKVUNI:w i""i am AiTtit
A March 21. will have a i.i.,jy cf
Fresh Kawaihae Potatoes !
'' 6t M''CM.LIS & Co.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TVjV HAS OI'KXCI) IV TIIKrrxr
: .-lai.J l.iroierly ocu,.,.l l.y Chaui.cv iPif
lVNfc-- :ieU, a. a, M(,R,
On Klnz Street, Oppcife the CrlLrl.
Tha- kin.' the uliic I t the o.trr nac
iu iu r..l!y lM'tovcil
E9;ive .?ust ccc:vcl
, i i:om l'kl'if.n run
Ktua U. W. WOOD!
A VII OKI' 11
L1 J 1 ?S !
Iknim, I'.'.ua I'rill,
Fai.cy Flanri' 1 Shirts,
AVhite, v'.uc ami inU Fiamiel i laukets.
in:. Mi i:.i(;u2(;,
Woolen and Fancy Silk Dress Goods.
' Iilack at.i! cotor-d Alfaea. ItUck Silk Itit.ton?.
Cotton, (men anJ half w1- u I'aiit i-iuir.
i czj t Ja. x 23l s :
: lllack an.l t.lu..- cloth a:its.
Cotton .atits, Iv.i j irkts,
I'll, t pant, IlUck ami Line wixiten shirts.
IJrotiJiiis iud Sea ItwotH !
A Cue a ? raiiei.t of Iii.u.-e Taj-cr, Sail. Hit.
CEr,'U!E HAVANA CECALS !
From go to Jso j-r ini:le.
l a.I .i.e.
no cue AVixr.s am ;i.aiii;ts!
MALKIKA AXI SIIEKIIY,
Trent!' (oiiaf and IlranOirs, (.In and .litoltol!
Ktc. Kic-, Etc.. l:tc. Zi2 3t
H. KAOMFELD & CO.
OFFMI: U)ll HAI.K
a.- - -
. INVOICES OF
j .msT si e: c e: e v t: z
I PER HAWAIIAN II AUKS
KaIc sTfitid 11. W. Wood.
i v." ki.i.. si:i.i:c-ti:i assort m k x t
' New Style-j I'rints and Muslins,
Victoria I-iwn, Jaconets',
I Linens, Domestics, Coburg?,
Alpacas, Flannels. Clothing,
! I.adi.s Dress OiKiJs,
Hooji Iron, liar Iron,
i Cialvanizcd Iron,
Water and fias Fij-s,
Shot, Knives, Scissor?",
Faints and Faint Oil,
Spirits, "Wines and Seer,
; Saddlery, Cordage.
Yellow Metal Sheathing ami Nails,
Tar and Fitch.
Oak Molasses" Carriers ami Hoof Ikirri'l.
it?., &c, &c, &c.
31 3i C Z3 2i S2 S & Co.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Caglc and R. Vs. Wood from Drcuicn
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS!
F1SCV PKITS.TVO IM.l'K I'KIXTS.
P-U. U an.l white Print..
Turkey red an.l je'low rrints, Pn.k and yellow Prints,
It'. ac'ie.l Jean Ien:ms,
lOI.OKKO AM) WIIITK HI.AXKKTS.
I.ineu Thr- ad. t'.alon Tlirea.1,
.-...,. rir.-j. .v. .;'' y-r;-!.
Pel Unlit, color. .1 ai.d whia.
1'I.AII) Ml.tU LS
; C.I urp, Cl -rtd Cohiup.
U.aek A' aca. Colore.1 Alpaca.
WIIITK t OTKlX I'X.IKRNIIIKTs:
Ite.1 Ti. kinir. Plain Turkey I1-.I.
.'.'.'.- ' rih. .io ?i ...
lll. ICK AM) III. I' K IJKO ADCT.OTH.
Summ. r ISuckskin, Liste Thread til- ves.
Kill 'lve, I'uiicy Silk Kibboni.
Llue Flannel, White Oaiiahur, KAVt.NS MTK.
HAVAITA CIGAr.S, superior quality:
Trent li o-nar and Frandirs. (.in and Hioholl i
. W- i . ' ' , . -
- . . ..-i.. f.. - 0f - -, .1", -
Di ruuly in Oases,
Ilollnnd Cin, Key and I'cll brand.
F.i. lac. It-. Le. ot". o
Fresli Buckwheat Flour.
it I.y !. l AMLl.si A Co.
SUGAR PIjAITTATIOK !
.A. P AUCTION.
TI1EUF. WII.I, UK Fl'i:Ki:D
J Ofi .IZ.i.' JT
On Tuesday, the S-tli day cf April Next,
! At 1! O Cl ick, A. M ,
;i I'ruut th I 'nur! ILjhs". lLntiibuu,
' Till: I'K I'KKTV KN"!VN A5TIIK
Chamberlain Brothers' Plantation!
! At Waialm, of Oaliu,
With !1 'hr Ivs- s. liuM.Iir.t-i. Ii!N. M inerr. T'K Im
pl?iB:r.t. Carts, V Lt3. etc., tic, ai p:tHiiii!ig to tLe sai.l
brlonfrifie m t!ii r!nt:tinn are 75 acre of Cic IinJ nnl
I IS arrra Taro Lmxi, 4'J" arrt of rapture Ijiti'l "Wnt .l In F-e
I !Minlr. 5.'j acri- of Cane Ij.n'l and '.K a rtrs I'a'.uru Litul
( IraMrd; the Crop for 1S0T is u;n ial-:J at iu l-i.s ol M;;.r.
on Tuesday, the 16th cf April Next!
Wiil h - .,!.!
At Waialua, on the Cl.uti.lx rluiu lirothers' I'lantjtion,
NiiTSYoke cf xrn.
Vm oke of Pt-. r.
Twenty-five Cow n-1 CIvhi,
Au l MX Horses.
TF.R.MS AT S.U.K.
F..r further virti-u'ars hi p!y to W. CiiAwnKP.tAis, L.
CiiamukmLain, Uaialu.i, or
r. it, r.isiinr,
.i. w. r.-riN.
5t Asient-- r f the "ialc- of Walker, Allen Jt Co.
AND FOK SALE
PER SYREN, IRiZH, Etc, Etc.
Ill'UK ZIAC WHITE PA I XT.
I 1'CIIK WII1TK I.KAI),
koii.ki i.ixsf:ki Oil
RAW M.VSEO) OH..
Pure Spirits Turintiac and E2iizole !
CIlItO.Yii: VEI.I.OW, I'ATENT IiUYEK,
VEHMII.MON'. ltKD LEA I,
VANKA E IIROWN. JtmXT AND K AW I MltEH,
I'l rrr. vEi.i.tiw ociirf.
WINImIW CLKSS. PAINT AN!) WALL IUlIli:S,
I. A Ml BLACK AND VENETIAN KED.
y - , i. P TTT 1 1 T t
j .Large ASSOrtHieno Oi trail Paper!
' rOOIlS WIVIkiw Itl IVIi N4ll
' ' nM.
An a Cwnj'lttr Assortment of
Ill rrVl r n wn w-v ;
IS i B c k'. a. -r La. A.Bwataj ..
We have at all Times On Hand
Vit: All fwni.fSrAXTM.Vil and TIMUEU.
Pi-lU-ACE PL A NEK and koCHI liOAKOS,
CEAPItOAKI'?, SIIINCLES, LATHS, PICKETS AND
Steam rianinjr and Sawinrr on the Premises.
LEWCF2G Ci DICKSON.
13 61 Fort, Kin? and Merchant Stroetn.
! DIMES AND HALF DIMES !
CASTLE L GQQKE,
WHO WILL GIVE IN EXCHANGE
At tho Very Lowest Rates :
TXTKA FIXE FIXE 1JI.EACIIEO AX1J
Xli I'liMenehed Cotton,
French. Enulifih aiel Auieriemi Print.-, i. i and 4-4 wide;
Extra line tine una medium while, l.lue and fcarlc. r l.miiel,
Iieninis, IlieL-Ty SoiK-,
(-iititon Elaiini 1. lii.-iuhanis. Ciissiin-Te3.
la.iiikels, V lekintr, l'raic, t atnliric.
FIXE DUKSS GOODS!
Challe. Mohair. Alo-ica. ta:in.e. li.t's Hair, Ereiich Jaconet
and oruiT.ev Mu-liiid.
White Pillow C:t-e Linen ai..l Sle-ein;,
44 In. Pillow fii-e I'.itton. Kr. rich Jlerinn,
Jllack L.1.--1H1.-. C.f-uris.
A'juca. Linen I.itiiiiL'.
II.-li.ii..ts, Mate Linens,
Turkey red and yellow Iiresn F.ieini;.
llr u.i, ilair taeiii-. Ui p-iie,
Ci:i:irs, .-leev. s, ("n(T.
Veils, Mortinir Linen,
KihlKins, solid colors, . 1'. 2. 2 and 3 iuchei, very cheap, hy i
the i.iecc or yard. ,
ic, &c , Ac, Ac, &c, c.
; ALSO 1
K.iw and hoiltd Unseed oil. V. hite Ziuc aud Lead, j
U.ivr and urnt Tnrk-y t 'i:i!-r.
Prii.-siaii I', u . i. .'.I ilroi r.-,
V eriiulioii. euelian Ilcd,
W. W Pta.-kni-.' :o:.l Feruh Prusti-,
Stencil. Ciiucl H.ar, S.ihiu. M irkiinc and Artist Brushes.
1)()1M:U'S AM ( K iSTAL kKCOsZAK !IL!
1 HKST 1MII.AK OIL.. 1
BEATS FOOT jm cm ran on..
Carria", C'o-al and Furniture Varni.di.
ic, &c, A.C., tie, kr.. kc, 4 c
Crushed and Ilrown Sn.-nr.
ll.iwaii:u Itiee. h-.i. J ipn-sn :ied ii.-l.-T c:
Creuni r.ir.ur. S-.l i. Iiir. uiir r.
M.iee, t'.i-is; i. Ve.i-t r .w.t. r, lll.icklne Ink.
AiC Ac, A.c, A..'., 4o.
Tubs, P iil. S- if lle.oiii.' Iron'.
tiiind-a. n-s. M etin'. street .it-c Peltini;,
ta-ldle. II irie-st s,
.X r s- Oart iird IVoW r..fr.lete.
llri.li. .. irr.i. Oiril... spurs, ic.
Plows, Kau'e N". Paris Mra - 00, A.C., Ac.
II irp "-. i y.i'.n. Ox llr.as, (
I I. or:,. I'l.iiit. r. 11... ,
ii .r I- li II liruo II -vs,
Fork, sickle.. R ikes,
Pi-k A-.. A.
S.-vth.-s. Matt. ks.
( V-'. P.Ck AilZ, H e',
J liavhel and II inin.er Handle. I
Plan. ., Au-.-. rs,
llik.k. an I St:i-!es,
I 'i:- i-i, II. manors,
S IV Set. S. Uler.
Serai , rs, .MC, Ac.
ltel t-..-:. ri.. screws.
Hoop In-n. i. t. 1 and li inch:
Par lrii. in van' ty "t s,z s ;.d widths;
Nail KiJ. CooiKrr'i Kivets, &.C.
Anil a Lnrgt Vari'ty of Qlhtr Things
all or wir.ru
VII.L. BE SOU) AT LOW FIGl'RKS.
j" ex y xx o ITVX o ct ici ix o s :
AT kEDUCEIi KATES,
To Ibr Trnile mill nl Kftnil !
WV3 5t CASTI.K ConKK.
I TEE PACIFIC
sat ran ay, march io.
Tlio ltrltc 3IiiiIiij: star.
Tills Jn-autiful cr:t!"t, nn'roaj j.r-.r riat -lv torn-.f-d
a v.ii-Iit. arrii-l in our !i:u''r ar!v on t!ic luorn
in,; of t!io loth 10 d.iv frm lXx-toit. She
arrivcj llil, an J in bi!it t..f the town. 117
days from f ort, but im-vting tiicre lioad and
Ixiliiin AvinJ!-, was three days thence tj this
ort. 1I r j as-si-e, compared with that of other
larger vo.- I- t'.iat Killed ahotit the same date
from New York and H it-ton fur these IIaiids and
San FianeNco. i? a very good one.
She was huiit hy Messrs. Curtis, Smith & Co.,
of Kast l.ston, of the let tcason.-d oak aud
i;aekmataek, in the u:tt Fuhstantial manner,
copjer fastened throughout, and furnished with
w ire rigjrini. Her length on drck is ninety-sis
h-t, with twenty-eigl t fe-t beam, and she draws
nine fett of water. Her rig is brigantine, w itii
double tnjiils. She measuresi 170 tons now
measurement, or 2o old iiK-aurenient, and she
is c-i-rtainly one of the prettiest Vessels tliat evir
entered our harbor. Her cabin is a modtl of
comfort, being on deck, large and uiiy, with
f.ve stiiterooms, and a small steerage in aft of the
cabin. It is hardly K.-sihle to conceive of any
improvement in her cabin arrangement, unless it
had been built out lhish with the Fides of the
vessel, thus giving more room inside, which is
nu of little or no use. Every one is struck, on
tutoring the cabin, with its airiness and perfect :
adaptation to a warm climate;.
The officers speak in high terms of her sailing
qualities that she is an easy vessi 1, and "sails
to windward like a pilot biat." One would
mi pose she was possessed of those good qualities
i from her model and build. She cost $23,000 in
j L'nited States currency, or $17, 000 in gold,
I which is not high, built as she is in the most
' thorough ami workmanlike maimer. She is
1 very different from the first Morning Star, both
; in her build and her accommodations.
! She is consigned to Mr. S. N. Castle, and
brings a small cargo of merchandize. She is
I intended to be employed as a Missionary jacket,
. to run between this jujtt and the Marquesas and
; Micronesia. She will bo dispatched March 2Sth
! to April 1st to ti;e Marques is, to carry provis
: ions to the Hawaiian Missionaries stationed in :
: that j;roiip.
ILcv. Hiram lbngliatn. Jr.. is nominally cap-
i tain, but Captain Henry Iluructt, forini rly of'
1 the Smirniolc, is sailing muster. Mrs. and Miss
I.ydia Finghatii were passengers,
i We should like to seen consort to this beautiful
, vessel built t-xprcssly for running as u packet
between this ort and Hilo. It would be dilli-
!,.. 1 1 le ;
. cult to improve on nor size or tier mouci lor our
. . . , . . , .T , . t .
liitor-ishmd trade. J here ou-rlit to be enter-
Jiisj enough among our llilj and Honolulu ;
. merchants to order such a vessel at once for the
. t. iiti 1 . .1 1 r.
.route. It would add much to the pleasure of .
traveling ttawecn the two jHirts, and most ecr-
tainlv prove a safe and profitable venture. We
..a . t a - .
i trui-t 8t,nio vtw will take the lunt ami uct on it.
We understand that the Morning Star will
be- )tK,-ii t. the inspection of visitors on Tuesday
! afternoon nest.
Shu I'raucisco Corrcsponde-n-jr.
San FitAM'isro. Fob. l.'lth. 1'(17.
FniTolt CoMMKW'i ai. AnvKKTisKi: : Since lay last,
national politics have been somewhat more active,
i111"1 "I'l'eat ances some definite action will
: soon be taken bv Congress. No progress has taken
j,,.,,.,. i(1 ,,. i,,,,;..!.;, f President Johnson and
attempts of his parli tns having failed to elicit
aly inf'rmation on the subject, it is the opinion
! of many shrewd men that the matter is simply
1 ""'-ferred until after the 4th of March, w hen the next
session of Congress commences and tho now Sena-
I tors take their seats. The Senate will then be
i complete, and the case can be tried without delav.
; , . . . . ,., , . , ... "
! As lhe President is lihelv to have his power
I greatly stioru ny ine overwhelming majorities in
j Congress, the provisional (iovernors of the South-
i ern States are trying to make some compromise
! that tlieir States shall not bo made Territories,
and debarred of representation in the Government I
tA' lit. t"ii..ti Tlo.v- l.nvn ll:inrni-i. iV1ll-.s.l
, . ' ,' ,, '.
tlii'ti- veil uni'iiess to iniiki! nil tnt I'Onei sslolis re-
ipiirod by a tnajoiity of Congress, except that, of;
disqualifying their own citizens from holding State
offices. Thov will give the negroes the right to
i vote, and accept the disabilitv to hold Federal
oia. by the leaders a the rebellion.
: The reprt of the Neve Orleans Committee ap-
: pointed by Congress is such that no trust can be
' placed in the late rebels promises, nnd a bill has
1 been olfered, and passed the House, by a vote of
I IF) to 18. providing that the present government
i ol Louisiana shall be suspended and a provisional
government est iblisln-d and maintained by milita
ry force. The appointment of ofiioers of the new
org.ir.iz aiioii wil
ill lo. I.v llu. l'e...;.l..it on.) f!.i.
rebels aie to be i r.trar.chised throngli the naturali
zation process. The election of Covcrnor and
other oilicers. is to lie la-lit in .Mine, anil t:ie elec
i ,;,, f,,r members of a State Convention in October
' trlihoot ill.slinrlh.n ,t r-ire i,r vl,,,: All the laws
imsseil liv ttie Legislature are
1 nv trie Legislature are io no sn omiiieii to
and latiUed by Cnligl'i'SS beloie taking e Heft. The
Senate will probably piss the bill by a large
enough majority to enforce it over the President's
veio. in ea.-e he disapproves it. The bill it passed
will settle the reconstruction policy agitation (or a
time ut lea.-t. during whh'h lhe people of the
Soiiihei n States can relieet upon the coiiditiuu their
over iihstiliaev has brought about.
' Mexican Afl-air3
Mexican a (fairs are becoming somewhat mixed
again, now that there is a probability of soon get
ling lid of the last of the French troops. The
church party, who brought about the French inva
sion, are now striving to produce ilel". ction among
the Liberal leaders, on the ground that Juan is
usurping the Presidency, which by the Constitution
in the absence of an election, lies in Ortega the
Supreme Judge of Mexico. Several of the minor
leaders have pronounced for M tega who is now
he'd a prisoner by Juarez. It loo'is as if Mexico
will never have a stable government until Ameri
cans emigrate there in siiliicieiil numbers to give
bat hbone to the ruling powers through ee'ini iry
ifiteres;s i;i the country, which might be injured
A &Tn!J;nificent Meteor.
A most magnificent meteor was seen in this city
and for nearly a hundred miles south on Monday
al'ertioon. At about half past live o'clock. P. M.. it
was first ob-erved in this city, coming from the
northwest and disappearing in the southeast. Al
thongh the sun was shining brightly at the time,
the meteor showed ipiite brilliantly in its passage
across the sky. According to some accounts it
had iptite a luminous train, while by some oile rs
the ttain was very short, bi t si. ..wed blight pris
matic colors. It if:i seen to tall from Monterey.
Santa ('nu. South San Juan and (iilroy. its disap
pearance being accompanied vi:!i a trembling of
tie ground, like an eal tiiipiake. followed by a tre
inendoii report. A many peopp. saw the direc
tion in which it fell, it is "probable that its place
ol lodgment may be found in a short time.
A New Flying Machine.
Tho age appears to be prolific of inventions.
One of the la-t is a Hying maidiine called all Avitor.
which is reported being framed ready to try at
some point in S in Mateo county, about ''." to :;u
miies Irom the city. The ai'.air is -as yt some
what uf a mystery, and will ! so until a iti.il is
made, which will probably take plate, if tl.'-re is
any truth iu the t i:emeir..s of person connected
with the proposed machine.
Opposition to Oregon.
Ko less than three steamship lines are running
to Portland, and as a conseipieiice the opposition
on this route i- b:hk. Fieig'r i; now tarried
between tliU port and ir. ' n a', the low price of
?1 per ton ; cabin passaj;
; i i ia ; " :
noti:s or Tin: v;:i:k.
Avothkk Sririw. A native n.i;ti'l Koahikai
living ill l.ihtie. ICau.ii. a:nl in t':o v-ni'toy cf Taul
Ist'!:Lair. II-.;.. ciiii:ii;;;-l s ikMc !v h.::si.i!'.g hiia
solf a lew d.i s ag . As u-uul :l -;.'.'., n. i i i-iKi
was the eaas- cf the liae 'v. As n.-ur as we can
.ather the J..els. Kr-alak..i's wile went to live with
am'l!iT naiive. witli wl.i'ia dive:isod had s.'ino
words which ri-suhed in his ti:ic:ilo. It w nuM sf.-ai
that this criminal system of ''. mi';'S.'. for
wLicU the natives show saeh a p ission. and which
is winked at hy some hi authority, is the cause of
nearly all the murders and suicides we have had to
record lately. 1 there no rx.wer in the land civil
or moral capable of chcckhur the grow tag evil T If
not. then murders ami Miieidcs must become of
still mr.re froipaent occurrence. Wo refer to a
CoimiiUiiicatien in uti',n -r c.lutnti on this subiect.
TitK Ti:iVK:iAci: l.K'.::o S.mvkty. recently or
ganized in Honolulu, seem to he a in-t decided
success; the Socletv a'.leaay numliei Itig out' .V.iit
n i;d tvi.iy s. who lave signed the
Total Abstinctico I'lodiie. tu Thursday tvening
last the room in which their meetings are heiug
held, proved t i I'f too small, to accommodate all
that desired to find admission. Cur townsman. II.
A. 1. Carter. 1-s,... by invitation, made the hading
address. which was most elo-.jui-nt and earn -st
in In-half of the objects of this association. Ko
m.uk were also ma le by Messrs. Ihiuioii. Castb
and l'.arry. The cHicors of this Society most earn
estly solicit the co-oporation and assistance of all
.; ::. rrs in behalf of temperance and all others.
Ti.e hal ves'. i i!..'iitei its. but the lao.-.rers are
few." Wo understand that Mr. and Mrs. Harry in
tend returnir.r to Pan Francisco in the bark Cmmt
next week, unless some bu-iinss c-pciihig is found
by Mr. 1$.
r.t sTS ok Qi'kkn Kvma. His Kxcel'.ency t'no Min
ister of Foreign All airs has lately received from the
Hawaiian Consul at Havre two busts of (Juoon
j L'mma. executed by the newly discovered method
of photosoulptuiv. The picture is taken from dif
ferent points ol v iew by several photograph instru
ments at one instant, and the sculpture is modeled
from this picture. The bust appears as if chisseled
out of the purest white marble, but we understand
it is made from a composition, of which marble
sand is- prt bal ly the bash-. There are two sizes
the smaller bust represents the head with a diame
ter of two-and-a-half of throe inches, the larger
one is live or six inches in diameter, and has the
brow encircled with a wreath of fern loaves a
most exquisite piece of workmanship. We under
stand that copies of this bust can bo ordered for
S'2. each, and they are well worth it.
Woman I!ci:ki. Last Saturday morning a shock
ing accident happened at a house on Charlton i
Wharf. A Hawaiian woman, about sixty years of
ae. was asleep in a bed. the net of which was ac
cidentally set on lire by her little grandson, who
was playing with matches and a kerosene lamp, j
The netting ot the bed was ablaze in an instant, .
and before tin woman could escape the tire had
communicated to her own clothing. In htH- confn-
1 sioii site ran out tiioii un- 11.111 moi im- , ,01 un,
........ ... .1. i .......... .1.. 1
.. .,. . ... .1 1 r .1
V, 11 leu III t "(.II is.- 111. 1 ' 10 in 111 e 101 1 11 ni"ii, uiiii. ;
A boat from the J.itvk(irin,ni was lying at the;
wharf, under command of Midshipman J. C. l loiter.
who. with great presence ol mind, tori- oil his coat :
, wr:11117 . ,!lt. woman, and tl.u-smother-
1 ed out the bhi.ing garment. Mr. Keiter's hands
! wen- burned in his noble etlorts to save the woman.
. ti i. i i. .i.a nH.k; 11. i.. ;-sa
J IIOH'JII UU" W 1MMI- i:i.iU WVl ni'l' II n iiiiiii nam-
; ,;:.. ,h.. i.-.,iu- imn....i m.tiv
iminiies. me weni.tM un s-i. ...mh, ...no. .........
i ,n her back and hands, that the skin was complole-
' liestroyeU. Mio was laKen lo me t-ueen s nos-
. ..TI..I ...1 .1... C..11..t-ii..v- iiu.lit ln.e iiiici.rv- ve-ii
terminated bv her death. The house was in danger
.OII. III I. "Ill III.. ..l...,l.i. . .. . ... . . ......
of being consumed by communication from the j
burning bedding, but so many persons were in
stantly on hand that no damage was done. h'-izille.
Si i mien Death. The death of Mr. Paul Emmert.
i ' Tuesday. 12th inst., was accompanied by cir-
cunistances of a most unusual character. He had
been sick for some months and Piilfered from severe
pains, lint was able to tie about the streets forly
cioht hours before his ileeease. Tt. was known thai
he had an aneurism of the carotid artery, and also j
that another was in progress in tho chest. A post I
mortem examination disclosed the fact of three J
! aneurisinal tumors, tho largest of which, seated on
! tbe aorta, had burst into the right ventricle of the
heart. Mr. Fmmort has been in the country many
vears. suiiriorting himselt nt times bv his pencil.
; , . .1 . i . : i,., i n-
am at o her t ines bv agricultural pursuits, li s
i f.im;iy resides in Peine. Switzerland, two of his
; brothers being professors in the I'niversity of that
j J-'ity. He was buried from the Pcthel Church last
j Tuesday (J.izdie.
Si'ito iXEU F.m.e. The sale of schooners belong
g to the estates of Messrs. Walker, Allen A' Co..
; ing to the estates of Messrs. Walker, Allen A-Co.,
" . .
and the late Capt. Slott. took place at the Pefinory
Wharf, on Saturday last, and was well attended.
j The HaritJ l was sold first, and purchased by J.
Hon re for S 1.2.10. The Knbr.un was struck down
! to Capt. Ilussell for S-,o5u. and the Joi Huiic
to J. O. Harris for .l.nj.". Considering the terms,
which were very easy one quarter cash and bal
ance in three months the vessels sold remarkably
low. The JAi'i'i'f had lately received new copper
and extensive repairs, and will run for a long time
: without much outlay.
rr if ti ti i:..i . .-i
.lies sinm r at a tai.lo commeTioeii'' killing m.s,ui- !
J toes by clapping tiioir hands together, and ill leFs
than half an hour killed bv actual count Flies
during the day have become almost as numerous
as mosquitoes are at night, and are especially
troublesome to all animals.
AiiVKKTi.s-.Ni;. The San Francisco daily papers
make the follow ing return for their icceipts from
advertising for three months from October 1 to
December :U. IsCG: .l'f.i. $2 LTD; frilMU, ic'O.
707 : MurnUg dill. $l(i.37f; Kfrmhicr, $2. "7:!.
This is at the rale of :?S7. Oihl per annum for the
A't'i. J0 for the Hull-llu. Put the expenses of
e.ich of those papers, it is said, amount to over
$loo. ooo a year.
To IIorsKhKKPKKs. Th model cook stove, ad-
vcrti.-i d by M.-ssrs. Hall V Sou. is one of the great-
.i,-. .i .
est iintiroveuients ever introduced into the eouiHrv.
1 . i
e have used otic of these stoves lor t!ie past v ear.
and speak knowingly. One great recommendation
is its economy in fuel. Ii scarcely consumes two-
third- ihe w ood required for any other stove. This.
when wood is 512 to Sl-i a cord, is an it. ni worth
l.t pk 1-Vsi ii.vnck. The advertisement of Mr. Sum
nt of the Manhattan Insurance Company
of New York, will be observed in to-day's paper,
.hi-, -uosoi . i i..v..Lt. .nose ..me msec.s m,v e , A 8choonPr flf th irtj. ,ons ,188 rerently been launch.
become almost intolerable nuisances, partieulaiiy : e,j ou gttit Lake. It is designed for the truueporta
afler sundown. They have appeared latterly even tion of wood and salt, aud iu the summer season fur
in localities w here they were in former years sel- i a pleasure boat.
dom seen. To give an idea of their number we j The cattle plague in Holland is increasing. In
will ,.,.. ihnt few- evening I ,-,,. b,- I the week ending 2ith of November. 3.257 head of
This makes the fourth ageucy fur life insurance es- A. B. Baldwin is lecturing in Virginia on lhe eub
tablishei in thiscitv. The immense increase that jut of " Fightirg con-ideied as one of the Fine Arts."
. . , . ".i - i i - . . of which the Mobile Register says : e don't cou-
has taken place in this bii-ines during toe oast . . . , c ' ,. , ,
1 1 8:der it half so fine an art now as wo did a few years
few years is attracting public attention to it a the : ag0.
best and sa.ost mono i r securing u provision ior i
one's fainilv aiier death.
Ciianok ok Fii:vt. Jly notice in our advertis
ing columns, it will be seen that Mr. A. K Cart
wright has sold out his slock of groceries to Mr. I.
Partiett. who wi'.l carry on the business at the old
stand under the Odd Fellows' Hall in Fort street.
Mr. Cartwright. we uiiib-rstand has taken out a
license lor the shipping of seamen.
I! iTr.'.K ok tiik Il:ov i i..is. Last Saturday.
March '.. was the nniiiver.-ary of the light between
the iroii-f'ads .l.i(,'.'..r and M-rr'n r,a-. which took
place ill Hampton Koad. and in which the latt.-r
was beaten. It was an event that can d more
stir a:id excitement ia naval bureaux, than any
that has occurred hr hftv vears.
Death ok ax o:.i I:i;i::nt. John Hobl
in. li.ti l v known a.s Jack Hobbs." died a few davs
since at Koloa, Kauai, where he had re.-Med fr
many yea.s. and served as pilot for lhat port.
A j-::r::ul eclipse of the pjoon occurs on
Tuesday ti ght and W'ed.ies lay mm ning visible
oitlv on the Notth Atiierican.(.'ontin. !'..
J Oorre.-jx nit-rtce ef V:r I'srihe t"rtilr.iviAl A'UertiM-r.
Caurta l Ibr lurriu.c wi Criiur.
I;to:: or tuk Cummkui mi. Ai'vn.i;t t; lr tr
Sit: A lb" iuiiot I wr.-te tbe mardi r oi Kalu.
mi'h-r di of I'i-o. -'s. iMai. hif chaw u f.rth. from
Ti.e Si1eriif of Kauai." rail. or a severe erilhi-m
0:1 the same it iiives me an cppoi trinity to rxphiin.
and ! r:aark tr.rther o:i the fear! it I prevaleiue of
the .-til which was the cc.-e. . moiv prtierly 0:10
c-f tin- cau-n. that led to Haiti's iea!h.
The aiieuint to deny that Hawaiian ootistabh-s
art i miss in their duty, so far a the ci itiiein
iiuestion i-j oort',-rnoi. seems jnerely aiKiird tvi
, those who see continual and repealed vvidenco to
snlisianttato the fact.
i In the La-iy notice I wtt te. I cotdd not If e
j eeied to discuss the mailer so imioh t length as
(' rvuio.'t. I ,
:': ' cause of
i.V caiise in cum. action ti
t;u wi'ling to allow thai the
K:;!:ts ih-ith mav have been
ow ii!,:. to a certain i-v.out.
1 to his 11 iuipciu-
t-siiy alid iuipi'udelicc."
lint the question is. what Paused thi "iniieiii
odiv and imprudence" but the tardiness exhibited
v.i lirin.sring hN w ife and d-uijrter to tlieir own
liu-b.iuds. or to the penalty the laws should have
inflicted? Allow mo to tpaote a few lines from the
anicio before referred to :
Kalu has ha-I much trouMe with his wifj thr I-i-t t. or
three year. H.tViti? a ki-en ense ol ritit, aiut ieii.et f.T ttie
narriajre c 11 pact. anl il -uhtles-i love f..r Ins wi.'e an.t only
dauKht--r. he hu.l s n:j:ht, in vi!i, f-T the means of their recov
ery to l.i.u sn.l to the hutaui of the diuliler, who live.l in
the same v-illey of Watn-ha. h:tt ina.le the ease more c
cnieated to tlie th-ease.! tms. tliat the native wl.o al'a.sMi.led
aith his .1 lUhter, ha.l hve.l for several years wiiti his (lou')
ne. Hut at the lime of the nmnler the wife "as lnui- and it
native 1-y the name of Atn.tla. im1 ailhiti less than half a mile
01 ; ho constat. h-s. At tins h. utv tl:e inur ien.-rs hml li-t-u har
fcKin d ; and vu.nu ten or tifleen feel of lite i-auie hous. K-iiu
The thought in my mind, when I penned the
the above, was that had those constables, living
near, assisted the deceased, months before the
murder, in restoring to l.iiu his sA. the ptnoahil-
iiiiiiu 1. 1:1 o.uout; up 1,1111 iiij i.'i, 11.1 i-o'iiii'rii-
lty is very strong that t!a daughter wouM have n,;ef twi,-.y, the bitter either Ihrcneh kindneaa.
boon saved from the clutches of the villain who or a fear of Royal vengeance, ordered him lo lie tlis
sedueed her. and thercbv the life of Kalu might charged from custody. The Fu peror mlTcred the
h , , " 1 tudicuity i f allowing his pcrcu lo be acarcheJ, and
, nave nun savin. , ? ?4 15 ,vl at)!,,ra(,,f j hy lhe cfaoer, orl
It was not this case alone that was in my mind Juty f.(ml t!ie lloyiX i;xchrqt,er. I.catnl in hit Maj.
when I wrote. Rut even here I can see reason for city's breeches pneket. It U iitdcrstnud no further
: backwardness in bringing such cases to justice, p.rocce linp.a will be had in the in.ittrr, an the Urn.
; when .wiif. and I think I mav sav mi,y. id the ! r ' '1M'" " hi fnrmics cui.tcml, i not dan
, ... ootous to be at huge, but on t lie contrary la olnayi
Hawaiian constables are nvni-' 111 the satnewuv. f. . , . . , . ...
, kind aud courteous lo bis vubjeota.
Is this not reason enough whv these constables up- ;
' .. Riot in Fax Fr Axeisit A inosl di-tgrftccfal riot
in .11 lll'e -ie.'i(, Millie im , .11 e 111 lit r 'I, rue
1 l(r jwo constabh
s, before spoken of in cotinec-
tion witli the murder, has lived several years in
the same wav.
I did not say the blame rests " trinity on (he in
ofiicieuey of Hawaiian cunstables." ur that there
may not be " presumed to lie other elements at
wotk beside the Fonal Code and constables to
lift the poor Haw aiians out of the moral mire of
their general existence." Ac, but that a large
share of the blame, in many cases, rests on them,
it would be folly to attempt to deny.
This general and grow ing disregard of Iho mar
riage compact is a fruitful source of crime, and
snrelv it becomes all. who are interested in the
prosperity of this nation
. . i . ,
stl uu'" Iae0H as a
unit against it.
Yours, on the Mile of ' Hi viamty."
Ami tiik Fitosrutn v ok the Hawaiian Nation
Hanalei. Kauai. Feb. 22. ISC".
Ainrriruu Relief fund A aaocinlion.
Mn. I'ni roit : I notice that the papers have pub
; - " " ; "
1isih.i tlio n:iTiu at nil ntiiiii:il siirisrihtis lo tin
' i'..i;.,f r,i t ii..,-.. .w.r.
carefully, but I am sorrv not to find in that list.
J , ,
the names of a good many Americans, who on
4th ot July ' and other days for disjday of tho
!"4 stars and stripes.' are very conspicuous! There ing they commenced throwing stones And bricks,
: are a good may "spread eagle' Americans, but I ! Hsoaultii.f: and beating the Chinamen in lhe most
..... . . , cruel and outrageous manner.. 1 he poor creatures
am sorry that there au- not more good Samaritan- j Btt ,e., ,0 ei,caret in cne direction and some
j Americans. ' Allow me to suggest the propriety , n ather, but to no purpose. They were surround.
of a publication of all Americans who, when ask- j cd by the crowd, and beaten in the most brutal man
led, refuse to join this " Kelief Association." Sure- I ner. The foreman. Marshall, en Jcaroiad to nuint
. ly, there are but few Americans, in Honolulu or ! !,,eir urJcrous assaults, when he was felled by a
: . . , , , , , ' heavy rock, which si ruck him on the head, and in
I the islands, who are unable to pay 4,1 per month jIlbtant he was struck by a number of rocks and
i to the 1 rcusurcr of this Association. -
K Fi.imms Untm.
The newest Yankee notion is an umbrella with
gutter around the edge, terminating in a spout.
The expenses of the city government of New York,
for 1&67, are estimated at $0,180,500.
iui. 1. r.'r
There are 200 boot and shoe factories in Lynn,
Mi ... .i ... . . i.i
fiSi-at'husotte, with uciDual productiot.8 estimated at ,
ci' (Mio ()')') j
Hamilton College, at Utica, New iork, has re-
ceived 8150,000 in bequests and donations during
the lust two years. j
i A lecturing professor of chemistry BuJ recently t i
! a college class : " Gentlemen, oxygen is an invisible 1
' gas ; you see it in these bell glasses." J
i There is a pathetic determination in the Western I
: editor's announcement that, God willing, we mean '
i to settle up on the first of January and be settled up
i t, . ,, , , . . . I
rmiriniT r-nhl water nn the xaen nrnl rtpnil rlpctrnvra .
the etlect of narcotic poisons. A girl poisoned with f J In iTZT.' r'
, . . , . i .i- i the object of brutally beating and mal-treai ng the
bind mum m Lng.a..d was sved in this way after (, . ,iiUrer. J mntH Rftin,t
all other remedies had failed. , he courKe v he contrJclora nor dl tliey cnt?r any
Drigham "ioung says that the Gentiles arc trying j protctt. but their first and only remonstrance, and
to bring Silt Like City down " to a level with euch their sole argument on the question, was a murder
deus of vice as Sin Francisco, Boston and New York." ' 0I19 amit bv about 300 mu-cuhir white men on a
ca,tle WCre tt"cbeJ. a&ial 10 ,ue previous
, .. i ,r . i
lhe Hutcl du Louvre and the Grand Hotel Paris,
have determined to ra.se their prices durm the Fx-
hibmou 00 per cent . and to insist on people timing ;
or paying fur their dinner. ;
A toba conist at Berlin, on recen-ly tpcn.ng a;
package from St. Domingo, was astonished to find
near the top of it the uried human hand cf a tegro,
and a little further ('own a bowic knife. ,
No changes have occurred in the position of Fcniiin
aflairs iu Ireland. Seizures of arms and ammuni- j
tion continued and occasional arrests were ma le, but
the " Brotherhood remained without movement.
There is a literary society on board the Unite !
Stati3 steamer 1'imlerbilt. They gave an enttr-
. tainuicut a few eveuiegs since to about one hundred
Ax Impkmial I-.r Tbe Prince Imperial of France,
who is not ouite. cleveu years old, is taid to be an
' . '
, ,. .... i .c v -,,
According to the bwif j mrnais the Lmprcss Lhar-
going , ,eilve MjraIIJ,ir WK,Dt nd be rcmoveJ
to the insane establishment of Prefarginr (canton cf
Nt-uohttel), where she will lie iustalled with part of
br sui,e iu a feparatc builJiog.
Foails, one of Ihe priucipal Pansun delicacies,
are raid to have almost supplanted frogs in that
market. Thcv are Kent in ereat numbers from the
grounding cuuutry to Paris Burgundy aud Cham-
pagne alone supplying one thousand snails daily.
Washington Feb. Oth.
-The President called
upon George Peabody to day as a private citizeu.
Id conversation he p id the latter a high compliment
for his munificent gift to the educational interc.-ts cf
the South. Pealmdy, in (illusion to Fuglniid, said
there is cow a more friendly feeling towards the
United States. They hoped more from the Govern
ment of that country tbau ever before.
The Executive mansion h ts been thoroughly reno
vated at Sp),0!R) expfnse. The new carpets and
curtains were specially imported from Kngiaod.
QfiCK Ocean Trips Capt. Simuel. cf the yacht
Henrietta, gets SS.HW for commanding her ia the
recent ocean race. Ibe Henrietta s time has been
beaten by clipper bhips the "hip Dreadnought,
which Capt. Samuels then commanded, having n.a le
the passage in 1 not) in 13 days and '.) hours or 13
hour quicker than the Henrietta. The latter's time
was chofly remarkable in being made in very rough
weather. The quickest steamer time was made hy
the Scotia. eight days, nine hours and four minutes
from O ieenstown. A t-kiooer who can thus eet Ihe
speed out of big or little sailing vessels, can no doubt
make a steamsoip put her test foot forward, aid is being 1 years or nge and a citizen of the United
just the kind of a cominunder tbe Pacific Mai! Steam- Sta'e, tbe entire class so excluded from Ibe elective
' ship Company want for their service, and so we are franchise shall not be counted in the basis cf repre
not at all surprised at the announcement that Capt. scntation. No State shall require a property qualiQ
Samucls has been appointed by lhat Company to a cation cf more than S'-oO of taxable property, nor
commind in their line, and have assigned him one an educaliouul qualification more than enough to
of their new steamships now in process of construe- j read tho Constitution of the United States in the
1 tion for the China trade. j Ft.gliah language, and write bis name. .
1 " Hr-irjr Mnr.l lio-rlirr hn k-rrn Irclurinjt 011
I ' Itiitcisui' J-uttrapc " A II. Mon paper rrport" him
a SMvinjr ih it "all i:itn. of the pro-cr a jr. will. cut
rc rti to niiicnaliiy. c.ui'ita n or j , re rtiiil'e l
to the right of ulrnJJi., Men cf !1 fcxcs will
grre to lhi !
Senator lUihcrts cf Texi9, wtimntp tliit C7
r.cr.a have Ucn nturdcri-J in that Stfcf during
the last Jcar. SUuf-lin irjfrin.s hn-uot to t
chief ti!'Ucinrti t if the hifchtj civihze-l Texnr.
dpt. J. M. IVilHini, of New I.rr.Ion. after poinif
bef re the N.-ith! Kxnniiniiig !t r i nt Hartford, ha
In-en sr. minted 'iter in a riavtl f.-rvice. II lias
been assii.e l to the V S j'eamer Peoria, now at
l'.rv.ok!-11 Xiiit Y:ird. pM'irjc reidT 10 go lo Ai-in-w;i
to j -iii the We.t Ii..l Jll1Jrt. The uMy
frivnds i t 1 tie ca'lant cartiia. though (ld tlial iho
povcrntnciit jt-iinn a cx j-erif ni-'sl and fithful cfhcer,
will be surry ta sy ' ftvod-te" to him.
Xo Mimstkk to IloMK Ccngrriis evidently in-tpti-ls
n ti!isli the I'ffi j? of Minister Ifi Rome. nj
to hi-tior the llternal City liprenftcr with Cono!
nicy. The main reason oGrred is that Rom hat no
Mii.incr at YYaahingtrn, tut there are collateral
oe. auoh as the fact that ihe Fcpw wi!l not allow
Protestant worship in Home, and the other fact, that
i.f all the " tcnt-ite f Kuror.e. he w the only ono
thiit eSiei:il!y rccogaiiod Jcfj. I'avi ni rresident of a
The Tit O vtii Boutwell, from the Jmliclary
Committer, reported a. Fohctitute for the teal osth
which .rovide that n KTn ehall act n attorney
or ccun-clnr in any Court of the United Stntos who
hivs t-een g niity of treason, or bribery, or any other
felony, or who aided the rebellion ajiaiuat ihe United
Satc, or pnve aid and enecuinsement to if" encniio.
The second eection iUclan- tht the firJ arction ahafl
be the rule of every Court in tint I'niteJ State.
Rout well nrerd its passage, find moved tbe previous
question, which wa ccondcd, an l tha bill iu order
ed enpresseJ, and read a second lime.
Royalty ix Frio His Imperial M ijeaty Nor
ton I., Kinpcror of America, was arrested last eve
nitigr, m.v the Jlulltfin, by n. policetnan n the
charge of insanity, a charge which bis Majesty dc
c'ares to be nbsur. ly fa'.su. lie is ci tifinc 1 in the
City Prison, but only for a few moments, fur upon
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the fact of his incarceration bring made known to
, . ... . 0
.-i.'eiii-rfiil in Sin 1- raneira. reli. 12 near the four of
hirtl etT0,.,. , n, the ropcwalks at Hunter s
i Point. It septus that Weed .St Amlorson. contractors
recently look a contract for grading rome Iota on
Tewnseml street, in the rear or the l'ncitio .Mail
, Steamship Company', property, and engaged an
laborer!- in the work of r.xcvaliug. nhout iti) Cbina
. men. When it Uc.imc known lo the Irishnieiv and
other parties who had been cr.gngc.1 in this kind of
employment, that Chineo labor was to be employed,
they threatened to prevent Iherufrom working. Vos
; ttrJiiy iheir threats were fieely uttered, and Ihe
, cpjobil'u n to tho employment of Chinnmea had
. assumed buch a threatening aspect that the cuntrao-
' nlai-iiiflil anil Anmvilil i III..! fll tliM l.ti.J.
Office, where they were adviaed lo pet warrants for
the arrest of those who made tha threats, but from
. 1 : : 1 . I 1 ' .La a. 1 . . ah.Iaa f.
tlllir lllllllllliy IU lueum .uv .iiies VI IUI
(nmc other reason, no legal steps were taken. The
. . i i i . ,
j t, n in esc iitnorcrs nave oeeii tnKnia lur h'htsi uays
j past in erect i ti R a email building about 1H1x16, in
i which they intended living during Ihe lime of their
employment, whioh was completed yeslerdny.
' About 8 o'clock on Ihe 12th, a party of 15 China
men were eet at work by the foreman, D. G. Mar-
shall. Tiny had no sootier commeoced work than
; party oi w. . .,.-.. n-. ' ""1
rfimnii'tiAPil ihrowinff fed lies. inev tcreirw in num.
, lur. Ih.wpvit. and no ntuution mib vnni to iheir
' tuu:'8- a ,ew "'""l" V'l' ? '"'Ti P"Vy
.. came round by way of Third street, finJ another by
- d street, the two crowds roeeting in front of the
Chinese workmen, when as if by mutual undereMnd.
i bricks, bis lip badly cut, his face bruised and torn,
and his chest consideiably inju-ed from a stone.
; One Chinaman wns so severely injured that he was
j subsequently taken away in a wagon, being unable
I to walk. His frkull was supposed to be fractured,
j Others sustained serious although not fatal injuries
a ! about their heads and limbs. One of them bad bis
i face almost beaten lo a jelly- The Chinamen inau-
! 0l'ca lo capo irora meir assaiuuiis one ny one as
opportunity offered, and when there were no more
I icil 1 o iuisiiici.1, ,ii iiiiuu.ivi iii o m, iui inr, arrv
1 .... . i .t
! now arouceJ to a state of trenzr. tore down lha
UUW Bltiuri;u IU 1. DlllV VI .ICIl.T, HI. c uu. hid
. . rt. ... , V.,.:(..
house, liirewr their proviniont aiil furniture in tho
uIkoaI r . I sot t f i n Imililifif nnil (tniiliinti nn fina
Uy this time two policemen had arrived on the frcene
f outrage, and Ihey extinguirhed the flnmcs with
,iJe assistance of byntanders.
The immediate cause of tbe riot was Ihe employ
meat of thirty Chinamen by the contractors, who had
formerly employed white laborers at $1 75 per day,
but for reasons of their own, saw Ct lo supply Iheir
places with Chinamen nt 1 124 por tiny. This
aroused the ire of the Irish laborers, and Ihey de-
tcrmined that the Chinamen should not work. They
had evidently discussed the matter nmong themselves.
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party of thirty inollonsive Chinamen. Tbe attack
was so cowardly and brutal that not a word can be
uttered in tlieir justification.
President Johnson's New Plan for Ilecon
Chicago. Feb. 8 Mr. Dixon read the President's
Plan, iu lull. It is an follows :
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iir.i.rrt-i, i.i ...c. .....aii'ii ui .-uiiuiena wit
Allieui,incnt' t0 lhc Constitution cf tho United State.
,Q ,he lState ij,,,, u,.f9t wbich mfuenil.
DI( nt' nnt , tmel b ,Le ia mhich
U)p rf,,el!i( n rt.ctl,tly prevailed; and.
Wihciiias. There i reason to believe the followine
amcialmeut would, if passed by Congress, be ratified
j,, Lcgiehnures cf the fai l Static; ond.
Wiikuica, There is reaj-on to believe lhat (be Con-
stituiions of taid c dates will soon be amended by the
voluntary acts of the Legislatures and people thereof.
by lhc adoption of uu nrticle as follows:
Article . Every male citizen who baa resided in
the Stnte one year, and in tbe county in which be
oilers to vote for six months, immediately preceding
the liy of election, and can read Ihe Constitution
of the United States in Ihe Knglish latifruago and
write hii name; or who may be worth SL'oO, taxable
property, thall be entiilcd lo vote at any elect iuu for
Govt-i nor, members cf the LcgiI iture. aud all other
( flicers elected hy the people; provided, lhat no per
son, by renson cf race, sh ill be excluded from voting
who b is before hcl 1 the elective franchise unucr the
Constitution cf the Siale, or who at the time of the
adoption of this amendment may be entitled to Tote.
Now, therefore, in view of the above considera
tion", and in tbe confident hope cf an early fraternal
restoration of the Union,
lie it Itcsolv. d, That the following article be pro
posed to the Legislatures cf the several States as an
amendment to the Constitution cf the United States,
which, when ra;ici by three-fourths of said Legis
latures, shaii be valid as a part of the Constitution :
Section 1. The Union, under the Constitution, shall
Sec. 2. The public debt of the Unite ! States, au
thorized by law, i-hall ever be he'd sacred and invio
late; but neither the United States, cr any State,
ahull assume or p-iy auy debt or obligation incurred
in aid cf insurrection or rebellion ng-tinst the United
Sec 3 All persons born cr naturalized in the
United States ami sulject to the jurisdiction thereof,
are citizens cf Ihe United States and the States iu
which they reside; and the citizens cf each State
elitli be entitled to all tbe privileges and immunities
of the citizens cf the several States. No State shall
deprive any person of liberty or property without
due process ot law, nor deny any person within its
jurisdiction the equtl protection oi" ihe law
Sec. 4. Representatives shall be apportioned among
the several States according to tletir respective kum
Lt r, counting the whole cumber of persons in each
State, excluding Iudians no taxed; but when auy
S'ate tdiall. on account of race or color, or a prior
erudition of servitude, deoy the exercise of the elec
tive franchise at any election for President, Vice
President, United States Representative in Congress.
members of the Legislature, and other officers elected
by the people, to any male inhabitant of such State,