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BY C. S. BARTOW.
OH TUESDAY. KAY 14th,
Al l' OVfcrk. A. M., at J-al. I:.m,
H i' .r or,r,.t:
An Assortment of Merchandise,
White in.1 l.rown 'o.t-i.,
,,.! ., i. i ild rd Te-i.
."as.-- of J t-r-.. j...i.i:r.-- l-at. I'.ox rf T-harm,
ANI A LOT Of 'I.OTIIIN;.
A tAVV tiv e-tii'itiiki::
S i m. 1 y :
TH'. Lou .-.ye, ?of Is l-tea., I!'.k Cav, Kr.
I lr.-Iare tl..r-r. Fjrr Ala-gnu. Houut. ami singlr
ll-trur . &.., t.
.!.. .1 a or' of r.xiti:it;s.
of IV: E.t.le.-f CUT. I-KW I.- HopKINS.
. T, . . n TT It
Real Lstate in rauoa Valley,;
4 rj 1 rrTlllV
w UV VIRTIH OK AN OriKK
l 1.1,11 All H'M, , - ,
On Monday, the 2Sth day of May, 18G7,
At 11 OV..jcIc. A. M .
At tf-Aurt;fit iw'wn f C Krt"W, o Qii-en tr"?t, all
Thai Tract of Kalo and Ktil.i L;iikI.
Ctwi-fu. of NINE ACKE.
SITL'ATEIt I.f KJPIirjt, PALOA fJI.I.EY,
VI n?iir l ll
ui H Til r.ti
Uir of the Aliuiu:rurt if Ihr tj'f.itr f Lrm ll ial. n.
kim; my ai!s:'i-: from tiik
lituri-li. I luv: up.xr.i.-H C. f. HAKToW o.jr atxvin-y
Exchange on United States.
ICIIT IKAI'TH l. SfJIS TO SflT.
tl IM IiATHI) SI Very SnprrirJ
m &;( i.ir Mir 17 1. iiAKii.trr.
Ciiinirr.jii'iv a x i china tkas.
47J SH f. Ml Ijr I. BAKTI.ETT.
P IRKhii ;.i
H I"' AKijf, a lii
a J7ii U
.1 FOK VI CIIACKKKS AM)
lIrbjr I. IttRTLIir.
I.1KIMI C'OIIX JIKAI.. M'MT I'EAS. A.r.
IV Sal.- hy
1111111 E II A .MS. Vrlkitli. I'o.lin Sunr
J l uml, llilliiig-i, ami r.ili..ruu ll.uu.
70 Stt V-,r hatrty I. BAKTI.ETT.
tflf & nif:s.Sairrir(ri'oiaiori(:raia.
r w w ' -ie sy . . ii., .w L.r. . l .
Two Setts Centrifugal Sugar Driers,
W EST. NT. I: l-T.
OXK SETT WITH ENCI.VK AXI Af.l.
ISe tlw ion. ntt cr.ipl.tr. tlie Mlirr with larce Iron I'riv
in ir I'ulli-y. IhiI im i-npiw. that, sett warranted near ami in
C"OTM't rubiiinK or.ler.
i.'f it tor gate Ijw by I. HART LETT.
1 l!V Ti-S. 3-1
Iror tute by
IV l-, .1-1 BV 3.8.
C. nUEW Eft Jt c.
Stoves, Stoves. i
4 V ASSIIRTME.VT OK IIF.ST PATTERNS
Cookin? SIottw, for Familip. .
V.nf.kt- with Ware. W im I.. It HEM Eft CO. I
TO PLANTERS AND SUGAR BOILERS, j
MKT At. THERMOMETERS, 4 FEET I.OXU.
2i IMO.y COOLERS, I f.-t by feet.
.Ot iJ.VJ CASE AMI ES. j
V.-l -.'ni r.Slby C. It It EWE It Cn. j
2-tAKKEbS ItnsEMHI.E CKMKVT.
KAKHEI.S POUT LAS It L KM EST.
Jo- in Vr Str by C. UK EWER r Co.
tyg .SKS IlEXZOI.!. I'. Fal by
b. L. b. TORBERT.
4000 HENRY RIFLE CARTRIDGES !
rim .K in
u u T.nn::nT.
Window ClnH for Sale.
4 I.I. M.l-ritnl 'J.!! TO SO, III AT i
V the very lowt-tl Dr-ure, b llw l or .nirle lir.t
a o.u " I 1 TOKBF.KT
S Y I t K INT !
j.tKI I'lXK IIKAI'INC,
HARD I INE PLANK.
li an-l 11 loch.
1 i inch lcrfacrj.
'1 icb pnreJ.
HARD I'l.VK fUsntINO,
1IAKU I INE riJOKI.N.l,
IIAKU PINK M.I k I'LANK,
I" Sibr by
1 l TOItliKKT.
I-1K E.N.I I.I.-U BARK
EASTFIELD FROM CHINA.
Jit 5 lb. boxes.
IMIST C VTO JIATTIXU
CEST CAMPHOR TRUNKS.
Dr.Irrt.l Exprily for this .Mar let of the I try
57' It For S .1 at MELCIIKKS JL (
'II K t l f. It llivr.i' .r..a-- . v
. - - . .... . . . . m . - - XI I L
IM-I-WAI. Of TUB
CONTRACTS of the CHINESE COOLIES ! 1
J'tsi Arrirrd -r l',ril',h Ii-irlc KirjULl.
It-ir to o-aify
I'l.iuter nml Other, requiring Laborers, :
That there are no left
.t!tiit lrt Mm, wfcw-e CoBtrarts are DitMratle !
W may furtlier 9lM tlt t.iee men have underiroo a ;
'ri.t m.-U il ex.iiniiiti.m by I ITiyi-n-ian. apiint.-l by
the .H,..raie IVoanl X Iroroi.-ration. awl bae he-n iarse.l.
We bav ab f-rmi.iii t.i refer t Ie-r. t hu.ichoi.n 4c ,
Co., f..r informatHrti regmline tbi ino4tation of -i..lie. .
thy h .u.x eeu :hem ail. and laKen oniy ia of whoa.
they (.ii;ri. th - r-t b. -in taVen a tre y pun.'.
The- contrart are f-r i year, at $4.1X1 p"T month. Th
t.-rm- eenrally tm tli- md a of the men introduced by
tlie ll.rfj. Kur l '4 lnia.:rr-tioo.
. H -The lion. B-'-l 4 ln.roipra?i.n hare made it a cm- ;
.I.ti.n nn the ii.tro.tuc? i. n of lh Clie. that the Govern- ;
a.ent Te tUI be w.l by the rmpk-ycr, wille.ut rer.Kire to
itl JANloX. C.r.EEN Jt Co.. Agen:.
rHiK r.Mii:KMt:M:i) will pav for
& l.ol.- I.F
At the Hale of Seven Hollar per Ton, :
beUervl on the W harf in ILx...lula.
II. HAI KKELD Cn.
noi i. ii i: r.nwooi) hoakiw
C EO R CE C . H O WE .
l."0 A I. t:KltAI. iSIMlTMK.r OK
Itcdwood Lumber. Northwest Boards and
'...,. .- ..'.'.,.'.-. .Ic
I..r jr L. al ni (i!J MjiiI in the l-p'joailr.
iii:m oi fit it t. i i n.ri i;t
, , w - I t . .1 l
- ' - , I' HkVOIl i I
CY E. p. ADAMS.
of Furniture. Ac.
Lay Hors2 Restaurant, on Hotel St.
ON MONDAY, - -T . . . MAY 13th,
At 1.) OVI-rk, A. !.. mi tJi r u,;-, s,
. r- .Si:
III the Inrnitnrc i.f thr IU Ibyr-e R. -tanraot,
' I. ' r: --.,
TAPLI.s, -II IKS, VEAT-.-AIE. r.H..i: ST., E, Cl.oCK
EKV. Ac. A.C
ON WEDNESDAY. -
- - MAY 15th,
At 10 (-
' l-y cr ier of tie A -i-.-t-. e ,,f tl .. f--'at-' cf MYP.iJN J. RoSE,
a !:..i.ruj.t, will 1-e ...id a I of
.'ammtxttn'j in part nf
1 KOA S-IDEiaMRD. I K'JA ColNTER,
OAK UM'IL'K f ' II A ML?. T A RLE.3.
A:ot ul wiw lirur will tr iMf
' An Invoice of BLANK BOOKS,
I-whT. Jumal, Ii.iy I-k', Ro,r. lt k, !. ami M -mu-iui..l'iui
l;. Ls. Aiv,
2 CAK! OF AMKKIC.4N HAMS,
A General Assortment of Merchandise.
SSgsiI vf:stc For Snlc.
House and Lot on Emma Street!
I l.-Mi II. All. N. I h-f Ju.Iiit tt.e IU"Hilall tt
. -2..-- 1-Un.L. 1.. J K M .110 k ill t ie'. A'luinistrat'tr to 1
i live t.-'lxlK i.f KoK All K. (a ) UX ol lloc.ololu, d-c-a-ol.
I IVill Oiler Jur Sale at I'uklic Auction,
At Ilie Court II'jU'M? Vix.r in II.4K.lnlu. "
ON MONDAY. MAY 20th,
Al 12 U'cbck, M., ii I u n Iprl I'rirr of
! T II fc
Hoa-f Lot on IlnimaSf., with thr Calldins thereon,
!: l .i.yiii t-i l!i tlMt ,f tV :ii. Kol. ili . fw),
Tli -iI-.ti- ..t a. tml ft Her Ex. K. K .-!;. Uui, and
T 77" ' - -,y
Real Estate for Sale.
Houses and Lot at Tawaa, Viaikiki.
ON TUESDAY,--"- MAY 21st,
At li o'cl.K-k, M., at Sal-- llnnn,
I will oiTcr for tl
That Ie-lraiIe rnpei I j Lnonn as Paw. -t.i, WaiLILi,
Tli iame bit ami premiiH-s uccupiej L. Mel. I'l.IA', Es.
Tiic- lot contaiiu one acre of lau.l. ci.i-.'osul I.y a suhataiuial
There n re Two lltrrllintc IIoi.r Ihrrron,
CO.NTAIMXO SIX UiXJMi".
The IIoojm are urrouiMle.l by a Vi.-raii.lah. The Ilou-. an.l
Out-Iiou- are all eiielwl by an nun r f.-ner. leaving the bal-
anrc f the luml f uilal'le for a horse i.nsmre. 1 wells of
1 Kiri.1 ilrnikaiir wal.-r on the prenus.. Til' l.h', FEE SlMl'I.K.
; TttiH.t lUasinftlile, itml uunle knoirn tit tbt of sale.
K. 1. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ItECEIVEII inilECT FltOM IM XAI.ru
E. P. A OA. VIS, Annt Puiialuu Kiee Co.
ISoOta'N, ICookM !
rjHK INIMVIIH'A I. WHO TOflK A VOI.I'MK
Jl '4 l'rof.-..r lluvl. y oil the I'arnrin Theory, ami a volume
of Points in S'nm-li Hulory." out "f my ..dice, ii rrii. s:et
to rt..r.. the ftaioe, an.l H tio and ma tin uiur.'.
5TU 3t W. C. JON l-y.
tirilKKKASOOTTblEH WII.IIP.I.M. K
V T Honolulu, .ImI .hi the 'Ski of Apul, 1M7, make an
asinni.'.!t, .if all hi4 proe-rty t tbe uii..-rsin.-il, for the
iM-.i.-fit .l l.i-i -rlii.ir4. iioiici H. b r-l-y piv.-n to all H-roii
liavinr rUims ar oiiol the mal.l 11. Willi. In. l i pr.-s.-iit the name,
ail thow iiMlel. teil to the ioiil 11. W iih-lm. arc rt.aftt-U lo
make iiiKmiliate piyne-nt to the u.i.l"niTie.,
J. W. AtsTIN, Ait-nw.
Ilor4iilii, April 'Jl. 1So7. u70 Ut
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS !
A . S . V Ia ll HI O lit IV ,
At the Lowest Market Rates !
f1IIK I8KST ASSORT.MKXT OK I'll I. NTS
j TU I .t awirtrornt of WHITE COTTONS an.l I'UII.I-S,
1 Ti.e Ix-I aTtment of IlKoAVN COTTONS an.l MILLS,
Tire hrl anirtuent of IH.I'E COTTONS an.l DK1LLS.
i Large Assortment of Irish Linen,
Black and col'd Silk Alpacas,
Scotch Ginghams, asst'd patterns.
Cotton and .Linen
Illl 1 1
rillow Cno Xiinoii.
A L.rr e Aortinert of Etna
Quer its, Vicloria ami Ui!iops Lawns
India, Book and Swiss Xull Sluslin,
fi;k.cii mi:i:i.os, o.ir.
: Towels and Towrlins.
I iirown Ljnet Drills,
! While Linen Drills,
j r.uii'iiic, Ienim.
White and Colored Linn and Wool latnajk.
; LACE MOSQUITO NETTING,
I loo Inch. W i lc.
COMMON MOM(riTO XETTIXU.
f't-tUta no Linen ... f-f ill A r ..
I. A PIES AND I.ENTLEVI EN'S
sim,a:s a.i eci:i.)m:s.
HROU X tiOl.J.ASDS A.XIt ItUCK COATISU.
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL.
i'mmiwdkr, i itsi:i:,
BLtf-S AM ULIK DK0I (LOTUS, FA.MY
Ladies' Water-Proof Cloaking.
15 L A ST1 KTS,
Ke.l, liro-n, It.ue, Oranpe, While and Grey.
Wool nml t'ottou I'ndcr-hirts.
A larse as rt inert of l IPUrE Vt Kl l'M EKV.
. A full a.-.rttn-:it I fill: W l'i:RH MKRf.
A cl.oi.rr a-.rtin. i.t of TOIt.F. T ZOAI'S.
COTTON DUCK for Sails, LINEN DUCK.
LadirV ami tliiblrrn I MrK(HHHlb.
mini's, ruital te r.r ?urar and Kiee hac.
Ij Ii. " r,.l ! i.tl. uit' le-moiej llvidker- hi.-f. Linen and
l.:n n t'iui...
riU. I -ni ii.t-. ti s.ik.Turk'y Ite.l nr.d ("ott. n 1! ii.-r.-rel,i.-f.
Awl in f M.-H v. ry iainj nil.le artirle tt.r.t i ne. .I--1 either In
t n -r --.ai try.
f pur. h r. ,u t. e l-'n i.
r ... - I l - my
rULL AIJD VAIIIJ-D STOCK.
I A M MNST vNTI.V IN Kit EIlT V
A : ' ' ! - f
r Tin: i.owi.-r mi:iii i:ti:.
I Cetq 17 vf tit tli-M.iii'.
S'.l T I'll DA V. MA V 11.
The iK-w?. f'r..iu F.umjii' liy riirt nt mails is m ,.
t!i:m i.siiii'.ly iiiijH.i t. mt :iri'l iiit.-r iittr. aiil n?-lii-!ttti-!itiiii
icrvwiicii- is ilini-tc;! . the n-.it
j :ann' if litiial -lie-s l;i. li is rv-w !.-in
1 ! tlif-tv. Tin; hky l...,k.- Lnk an 1 . th.- n.-xt
arrival may miii'iinnf ;i .-t iia as l.:iin l,ur:-t
! jt Kur. pj:.
From t!ic time i.f the fail of S-Last-ijiwl until
th- Au-tr.I'rii.-ian war, .uliiiiiiatiii i.i tin
, i t'.iy i if .Si l.w a, Fiaiii-; wn. without 1 iiiht.
j the linlin Knriji-:iii jnv-r. Najihi.n wax
eonrlrsl hy all tu tlio rcat ina.-t r .f ilij.l
; iiiary of the ne. When he jM.ke, nations li-t-.
eiH-l in awe, anl unler his hkillful ui.latuxr
, FniiM'O t-iimr Im- msi.lerel tlio arhitcr of Fu-
! roj. hile he was nmlenLihly j;reat in war.
lie was (-till preater in j-:ie: anJ mimiK n e, j
' arii ultiire nnl the arts have tlxiri-heil umh r
; hi- -way ns never hef re. His j.Iaee in historv :
; l'i'! liiir t a liir liiIier one than that of his ,
n-at iiru-le. Wi-hin t form an alliance uirli
Kn'I.inil he hastene.1 aerors the eh.iniicl, an-1
eiuhr.ieil Victoria with a kiss. J,,!,n 15ull was
j !-oon Ilattoreil info a eloe alliance, anl ilr.iwn
int a war w ith Kuia. He huinl.hvl Au.-tria, '
an-1 at Villa Fiance lictateJ tenn of p-tn-e Vi
; hoth her Kinp-ror nml Victor F.ninniiel. l'ru.-ia,
;siin 'J'.nkey, the Dannhian I'rinci.iities. Un
; teiN.is lav or an.l fell his inlluenee. 1 lact,
in- N-rniiii inimic iiiaui' i ;ini tne -oiiticai etij.i-
'. ...1 . ! I.'.. . 1 . rr . . i r i
I 1 . . 1 . I ii a i-
ii...... ... j.rouu j.wo,., vw.ic, it ,i
; Naj-.l.-oii the I ir.-t, long and I.Jo...ly wars t .
achieve. S secure did I. e feel in his .-itioii
in Kurojc, that he tnrne.1 his attention to the
! Anteiicaii continent, and sent an army to Mexin,
: .?..: . I- ! i . . j. . , r
i ... ic.i.iiice .ii .inn i n .in iceiing aim 01 ino " .11011
j rm' d.H-tiiiM;."
Ullt IIOW. wllllt a ( !ian"C llUS Ixi-ll hl nindit
; about, ami all in less than a year. I'nited ' ier-
' , , . , , .
many is cstahli-lied as a wcrful fi ire on the
iKildeiS of France, an.l NaiMiIeoIi's diet lfor-hit.
j S.-CIIIS to he on the wane. The man who-e voice
tj ... ... . 1 ...i ii . i.
is most itcnt and whose words have most weight
in the afl'airs of Kim-tie to-da-, is not the oeeu
' l.alit of the l'n11oriis Lot l!Tw.t.fii-..L- tho r..i-r
... . ,. . , ' ' ,
f.inir .lii.loiii.ittl- of tl... i .... I
I - v v.. . .. . ..viiiHHi., ii.im.i
.oei-liiilovvs Pi-ioeo Tl . .1 o -in I
' 1 ..........v.
for the Coveted KhillC IVovinceS was met bv a
v ui. 1UUIU 1 roviiuis, was met I., .1
Stem rcllis;il. couched in terms W Inch I'ru.-sia
... ..1 1 n t i I . 1 .t i . i. i
W i ll. 1.1 not tiave llttd the temerity t lliake USC of
! iiimniliatelv after the battle of Silferino. and
i wlueli I r.mee would not have accepted, lint
i ..... . . . . .
; SJiidowu 1ms lil-en fouglit and Won since then, and
, . '
.iinoe .i.tn UIVI.1H-U oiniii .Mieni. xNii poieon now
lias another scheme of annexation on the tapis.
The tinind Duehv of Luxemburg, on the bor-
i P p ,- i . ,i I oi... .i'iv . ...v ...-....vv. .- , anove slat..-!. . Mere are man v puiees in iius .aie wn.-re iropi- i -
(nrsoi i nnce, conMi tilted n Jiirt ol the hnij.ire, j () ;,.vnlds fr memoi-md i publishe I in our cal .lam will Sr-.w wiihalittte care, atl th.-r l n rva-.n i that pulilie services will lxs omitte.1 at the Bethel to
! V"? n.l from its jmsition JMtww ,.(,ullI, 1, will Wof ii.te.vst to navi- I The nlalr,: mr" morrow, Sabbath May 12, on account of painting and
ami military iinnortance, lias iilvvavs been covet-
1 , . A. ,; : . tl . : , ,
j e.1 by the rrench i-opIe. It is situated on the
right bank of the Jlhine, ami hehmgs to the ( ,Vr-
I mail (V.nfederatii.n, although acknowledging the
sovereignty of the King of Holland. It con-
; tains 170,(!H) inhabitants, with about ll2l0
j Hpiare miles of territory. The princijial town,
which is also culled Luxemburg, is very strongly
I fol-tilii d. and is considered l.v military im n. al-
; most iini.re.'iiable
I erel s arranged, when the inevitable Bi-inank
stejis in and forbids the transfer. All Northern
i t lennany, including Havana and linden, are do
I tennini".! to back the Prussian Iinister, and even
' Aindria, yet smarting under the defeat of Sa
' dowa, lu.s sigiiiliod that she is one with Germany
, Oil this ipie.-tioll.
i Metiutiiiie 2s'aj)leon, as if anticijiiiting a eom-
ing war, has lx-en hurrying pro -. rat ions, and
the armies of France have lieen incrciwd to a
War f.hiting by conscription and conecntratcl in
h.liis n-liili. stores mi.l tmimtii.tis of war have
I lK-en acc.iu.ulate.1 in immense o.mntities. These
......... ..:...... 1....... i...i-.n .r.i..i.. . .. . . 1 1...
! K...V.: f...1 ..- ..- -.
. t F..r .I...U I.V.... I. "lirn 111 M l'
1 . iu.vra nr. it iiicii.i.o ... liiv: iiei.cv ..l ..moi"., .ill.
I Ilismarck lias written to Xaj-oleoti a very curt
' note, demanding of him liis rtmsons for arming,
' mid io-istiii-r mi an immediate 'e.satioii of war-
. ,ikp rr(.,ai:t;lis. s, far tllC Kin-mr-H an.
swer ha not transpire, but the high-spirited, I
; 1 ' 1
brave and proud French oi.I,' c-.u. hardly '-:
I strut' this haughty l'ru.-.-iaii interference into :
j anything less than an insult, and it was thought
' 1.1 F.uric that war was imminent. At Paris,
' the Luxemburg annexation scheme was very
ijpular, and there wast-trong talk of -r-i.-t-nec.
;.;nt plainly, if it in jicrsisted in, Hismarek iiii-.ins
j before him the alternative of cither retreating
I'ro.ii tlio annexation scheme, thereby losing pres- j
tige with the trench people, or of going into a j
doubtful and cxpen.-ive war. The next advic
from Kurope will be looked for with deep interest, ;
! and rnav bring the reiirt of actur.l war.
i.v t,.,i.,,.i i,.... .!,.. fr,.,,l.i,. ;o l.i-,.,i--
iii" between mat iMuntry ana .iia.ii. jwo
...... ... ..... , , '
, ... . .... ...
j.riii.-n liierenant steamers, me orncnm :ul-i
Victory, were s ied bv the Si unisli authorities
oil' Madeira on suspicion of their bavin" contra- ;
i . e ... ..i ...i r - ,,,i. v,....: ... '
band of war on board lor the boiith American
,, , . i - i . i . . . i .i i
L.pul,l,.-s, winch turned out not to be tne case. ;
Tlat liriti-h liover.nnent promjitly took the mat-
i tc-r in hand, and in the cecoiid week in April
disptiUlied a iowcifi;l i-t to L'aili, witii a t-
einptorv dennilid for immediate redress. The
' Spanish (oivcriimeut apjicars to have made an
jcvaMve reply to the demand, hut there is little
room fr doubt hut that the Don will eventually
j backdown, in as graceful a manner as possible,
I before the imperative necessity which r tares them
! in tlie face of making the amtrti'j honorubli: to
I " Scnor lnglese." It is utterly out of the ques-
tion for Spain to undertake to e..pe with (Jreat
. Britain, cither on sea or land, and in tier ease.
! after indulging in a little harmless gasconade and
. di.-j.Iay of dignity, a mesiningle-s lij,Ioiiiat ic
iiiiolo 'v will be made, and a few millions of veals
In- put'into the lockets of Briti-h merchants.
The t.M-sin of war is als. sounding in the Kast.
Those hcrelitary -iieinies, Ilti.-si.i and Turkey,
stand fi.-e to face, in menacing attitude, pre
jsiivd fir the ili-.nlly encounter. Kach is arming
aifl coiu-ciitrating forces. The Czar demands
that Candia shall be er-.li'.l to (irer.i-, I'rus-ia
concur, ati'i me i.ui-ror oi ine r retioii, v no
. i . i- . i- .i . ... i. i
was quite ready to fight Nicholas of Ku-.-ia a
few years :igo on a c..ini.ar.itiv ly trivial que
ti..n. adi-'S the Turk to comply with the de
mand, lb' has not. . far. a. .-led to this
demand, mid Ru i.i is c..ne-iit:-.tting a large
armv on the I Von fi r-. t!ire:ite!:iiig I 'oir-tantiiiopie.
that ". v i 1 .,f the at:, iet.t (;t..lni:i V. in ire wi-i--!i
I a- I .ig ! ti li e .
i.f Kim i ne Ri:- lati
'J'urki-!i rule in For j
r i :.ing
i. . t 1 o
. a; j
, ii a,.,--ars tnat .Nap.ieon lias ,.,r some tunc - V, " :T"J' , . r " f ' " , , " : and bound for H iker's L-land for a cartro of guano,
! l .'.tiating with the Holland Government ! . T7 ' ,7s i t ke 1 attempted to get under weigh, when a portion the i
: ,. r i . i . .. detcrnr.uinjr the best route for their ships to take ' - 1
for the ces.sn.il of Luxemburg to t r.w.ce, for a i . . - . . r w -i; . crew refusel dutv, on some frivolous p.vtest. The
... , . ., " A . , , in iroin.r to Japan and i luna. .Masters ol sailing -'
eoii.-ider.it ion, and that tlie matter was coiir-.d- ' - . . . . Caotain came on shore and reiK.rted the state of
war, ami r Kinee win in-snaie to war wuii i. unci , . , ' lir.me on Ins back in a nul of mini, lhc nog w:
I 1....V.W ..-.to ...i.i tu-o l1lll.I...1 t.. I1I..1I.'.. tlio ln.4 t.i &
, ... , ... ... ... ll..' l ii-.-i.iii.-i ine .".ii. ui . iiiiuiiiii ...... . .i.e... j.c i ..... . ..
! (.'eniiiinv, led l.v I'i'ussia and backed by Au.-tria. , ' , , , . i uix.n him in an instant, but fortunately not h
. .a iiu-i.ani ami inner in a strange lan.i ami amongst - , , . , , .,,.
and licrhai Russia : lor the blow when struck1 .... . entantrled in the ce.itle.nan s umbrella, atfor.hnjj
-,. ... .... , . , .,, strangers, t apt. Hot kins wis a native ot i.ristol, . . , . , -i -.i
, ui i.rove like a li ditnini' stroke and she will : . . ' . ... . ... opportunity to reach the lumU-r pile, with no oth
, ...ii. V I . r.ngiaiui, ami was aoour. o.. jears ot age. "i re- damage than n MH SOare, the loss of an umbrella,
l.e made to bleed at every iorc. -NaiK.Ieon ha ; . cI1V0ye.l to the S dlor's Home on Thurs- i ,,nd the ucoui.-itioi. of a lar-e ouaiititv of liouid soil.
. .i I-
; : i i.
i-j 1 1 'ii. ti nt
I CI I ::!!! i - t r.n
ilil. t'f-'!'- i'V
; r -1 !I . I. .it n t:
i; iii. i -Hi. n . v -!e
hci .i.-t-ii the Ini
tial nitim.t-. Tie
tl.:. . I cot. mi v.
jfi i-di r- :k 1 It.
I.ill.HT. !. I'.VfMV.
ll re g.-r
w -rst of i;,
:l J".i -U:m
tfioiiii M ixii'iiiii'.n lv.M
w. i-'.iiv a I t; -r c-.nie
citv o! li. lt
w.:n .i was nixt
'"V i:ie i.r.. ;:u tro .i -. i cu rv I
c;-:il tro .1
. t tliat
i: v on!. I l.c c..ii: to -! itul.itc.
for the r-.tke of !.ii!u:i::ii v. t'i.i
It is to !
it :!., M.-x'i-
n.i -;u iI;t i:i.-'i;'n.l
out t!icir thic it of
"I" I 'a; h.tia. will ii, t ca;rv
li -j.I:i of l.li;i Mimni.wily lv a !ri:!ii-l.e:.'l
ci.uit laartial. I'H-tTcr let the j-i.r l.;ke .'o
hoiiie to Antria, w her- he will l.c o-ite li.iiin-lc-.-.
lor there i. n fc::r that he will ever a -.i in
liii'i'-rtakc to Mat hiin- If on the Mexican -a tus.
Meantime the Iii-loii Timn t-rx frankiv iie-knowle.!.-s
that the ''limit JJejnMie" is the
jii-oj-r nii'l natural ruarJian of Mexico, l-y whom
it imift eventi;al!v ! a-xil.cil.
notk or Tin: v:kk.
Si thk.vi: Coi ht. On Moii.hiy 1-ist A-s-i-iate Jus
tice l.avis ivo his .Iccisli-n ill the eae of G. lliiinies
Jt o. vs J. S. Walker, an I Allen, an.l K. 1'.
A l iins, a-liuinistriter of the ll-tatee of W. Sr..tt.
This was a suit f.jr the sum of .1,:M, vvith inttrest
from Iveml'r 1st, for materials mi l repairs fur-ni.-lie.l
tlic schooner JWjrilda, at the instance of S.
('. Allen, one of the l ite firm of Walker, Allen & Co.
The ih-feiiee set tip was that the supplies vvei-e far-
ii;im1 to Hn oIi he ci;Mlt o
dailil lmls Q ,ew, as
f that firm, anl that the
s one of its debt.-, an 1 1-e
a lju-ti-1 Jy tiie tVmmi-.-ioners in U niki uj.ty, in like
lllaIllu.r wit!l .,11 othei-s against that firm. The lain-
ltil;v cu.tend.sl that the charge was exclusively,
: ngainst " The schooner Marihlu and owners," and
that the firm of Walker, Allen & Co., were never
. ownei of any tui tion of said seliiHiiier, but simply
were the agents of the owners, through whom the
oiisinoss ,va i raii.s.acic-i. .luojie inni. p.r ju'i..'-
' la nt for the p! ailitills for the auiuunt of the demand,
i citing and thoroughly levtewmg a large number ol
. .i .... ti i,..:.: ..--h.,. ,..i,
; authorities on the subject. The decision wdl pe puli-
! lishcd 111 bill. Ihe JU lament ns ipUotvst hy the
j l-c-dtf, is as follows :
: "Ono lialf of IV- mnnnul nsainsl K. I'. A.lams, A.linhi:-tra-
; ,r , ,.. i:.,a..- s w.,.. Sa n, a.i as t.. u.c oii,.-r .u f. ihmi,,
All-n X Wa!k--r, mvn--t of liar .aliiT iuii-ly ol th -clir M'irtttli. i
.1... hr.iw.f u-l.i.-li ll.t-v wen. lii.-llih.-ri.. Ilavitur Ii avaiif hank.
i r....i i...-. it... niatiintv i.f .hi .l.h' in.liiiit-iit t..r tl.e f.ll.cr :
hi. ilf tnn-l l.o Mifi.ni.U.:t'.iii,-l their woiiraie .!..., until the
' . ... .. .... ... ..... . .... .
mar liaiiinif ... on-a-.-i-i-i iin; 1 aiiiH-i.-nip an., i.ro.uc ir.-
; l"'r, '" ""' ""''- ""- '"'nt inu-t re-
I.,..:,, :ik a ciaiiii in favor of Ilie Maintms auaiiiKt tlie s:-iainte
' -ia.- iml..- first pla.-o .f ia.li ..f tin- l l.-mlanl-. Walker JS
, ,,,,. ,. ..uv'.Pvi.l.-.! Ut-en th-m. an.l to In- .K-.-.i: -i,h
l- il. i,l V:i1i..t. Vllou Jt Co.: that is lo say. one
' hail of tlie whole am.. nut ilue ami int. n -i, to lie paM ny
. ,.., Ils .,wl,.rs f the MM half of the vc-sel, costs in favor
! ""' piai'iiiav
I L-,.t.,.,. L-.,T1. Stn...i Tim lT
T ,..,. t i-i.tiii-ii.Hl to lM.i-t on Satuivlav inoriiiiiT
last from the scene of the wreck of the Ihluiel H'oOt,
.. . , . . i i .. i..ir..
having been absent nine days, and brought the first
i and third ofheei-s and twetltV-five men of the Wrecked
i . i.i u. til.'
"wi. aim .iirve i.aie.ni.-.i. oen.e iii'iuui
.... n 1 ... ...i..,i.., 1 ..1 ,,,.,..1. .i
I S .i. n ..... ..o.... ......
j vhhtil ,K,UIlli Vist.ls. The location of the shoal, as
I there given, is north lat. '23 88' to 2 &)', and
' west loiijr. VM m to W, it)'. From the shir-
wrecked men cf the MW we learn that, during
their stay on the shoal, they not ice. 1 an almost con -
' staid current setting very strongly to the westward,
I hut they had no means of ascertaining its velocity,
The existence of such a stroiitr westerly current dur-
' ing most of the vear in this ocean, of which there is
these currents when cruising in this latitude, as no
doubt the loss of the Daniel li'ool was in part
owing to it. This current is s.iid to be from four to
five miles an hour. j
Max Axr Monfy Missixn. The California pajiers i
if April m2.i Mi, stated that a man named Abij-ih McCall, !
Treasui-er of Santa Clan County, had disajiiM-arcd,
between two days taking with him some twenty or
thirty thousand dollars, fund belonging to the
County. It was suspected in San Francisco that he
had slipped away on board the schooner . IS. Lunt,
for this noit. and uitormation was forwarled here by
the Cornel, with a rcpicst to Ma.-sl.al Parke to have ;
bin Hi-iTsted. He was not however, on board the
schooner on her arrival here, and it is ouite imssible !
. ' '
that havin.j drawn a lar-e amount from the bank. ;
he may have met with foul lilav in San Franeiseo,
It at.iK-.ars that there was a further sum of SlOOl) in i
the Slate Treasury iK-loii-'iti - to Santa Clara, which
, , , , . " " ,11 , 1 '
he could have drawn at any time, had he so desired. .
T. . . . , ,. . ., 1 1 ... ,.11 : ..... t.
If his intuition was traud, lie would, it may be
s,,,,,,, i1:lvc taken all the money at his command.
Srm.KX Hkatii. On Thursday morning last Capt
11. .i.t-ii tii.itf.ii. o.i.l m.-in.i ..r tlio Iti-ifisl. nittof
. .. i- 1 ... . .. . .-. '
ImiUII'I, died suldenly onboard his vessel, which.
w is at anchor in the harbor. He had been ailing for
some months, and his disease, when he came here
,j.iy, and on Friday were interred in theNuuanu Val-
Another Costeh Cone. Wc regret to learn by
advices from Maui, that the schooner Brvce, went on
sii(ire and became a total loss, at Kipahulu, Maui, on
the -"th ult. There was a ce.-sation of the usual
iv.,.l.. uln.L .it th.. ton.. ;inil !. hea w sea settlno- in !
... . i ..i.i l. .1... ll. i
wure, roi miuiiupi mr i njiiaui, 1 nnn.e nana. ..-in
ri i ,i... i.c .
. . .-. ...... ..rr. .... . . . .v
of long ;
mess, tried every exponent to save tne seiiooner,
!ie SWt'll drove Iier on to the rocl;s, where she became ,
a total wreck. She was owned bv Captain Henry
,,,.:.. ,. .r !.",;.- t,,n. '
Fnn.-h, firinerlv proprietor of tanning s Island, ;
, ... n:n
and as we are informed, constituted his all in worldly
Rcviovai.. By advertisement in to-day's paper it
will lie seen that Mr. M. Mclnerny, whose store at
the head of Mauna Kea street, has lieen a fa v. rite
resort f..r those seeking choice gotids, has removed to
the corner of Fort and Merchant streets. He has an
excellent assortment of goods, and it will be well for
purchasers to give him a call. His stock (if men's
boots, ladies and misses' gaiters and children's shoes
comprises the largest and liest to be found in this
Heavv, rct JfST. La.-t Saturday, in the Police
Court, a Chinaman was fined $H0 and costs for sell- ;
ing a vill mous kind of spirituous liquor to natives,
call si " Sams-hu." It is m innfactured in China
from the "pike of the green hamUio and is importel
here in i irs. It is said to lie maddening in its effects
"n .t,", 'r.r.n-woie, if possible, than strychnine or ;
irt". Vi u 1 " uIikLV
- j v-- t......t
Cor.itFCTioN. We learn from Capt. Hopkins of the
Isabella, that we misunderstood him last week in re
lati'.n X j the C S. S. Tuscurora having touched on
the reef of ..ne of the Chain Islauds. She only came
pretty near doing so. ' A mis.- is as good as a mile."
Capt. H. learned that the Tu.C'irora was short of
,ver hundred men, it was reported, of her
la i n T- of Whisk v. Voter lay a sailor belonging
to the . IS. .iin.', without the slightest provocation,
atti.-kel a native fruit pt-l lh-r, and felled him to the
;.- n-i-l t!t!i a -i- tie, inflicting a -evere th oigh in-t
i 1 1 1 . j -. ur, I. He w i- ain -te l and lnl-l nr.
! 1 Vi U- dealt with -it the P. lice C. nit thi- m..r-
1 i i
-.re ilelebte I t F. P. B ll I. li-,.. i f P...S
V . f the !".!. .1 r.-.i t of P i vina-ter-( o-n.-i al
M ,v-h .! t-- "ie i;..M-:-i,..r . 1" M .--a. h'.. M-
I - 1
t. iii -i i. a. v. it'i .-ti
r - m piiiu.i. t ir" t n . i in mill'. iiiv .oiv.k.i. ui -
, , , , - , . ,. , ,. ; ceeded m reachuii, but the other slipiKxl and
Fr.:-T MtL fob Tin m-v Ti riur.'i'.v. Y i; s :.
Svn.cns wit.E awake ' ITie lineilij jH-r b:ii k AI.;r:Uu
ot" Now l"---!; ri. ".i t.iiu Tl'i-i.ias, 'la tl-.iio-
lnhi t'. r the K-H-ie an I Ar.-ii; vvli i!::::: cri uii'N n
the '.'t!i r.f M ly, carrj-hur t'li; firt i;i i:l jvli.-l
t.i the ncvvIv-aO'iuii'e I i:ii"":in American U'ft it..ry.
l'.kiw's of Kte r-ilif.rni.i, Eiwni, lh.iw.lulu un-l
n '.rive iu vi -j.ij.ti wcie j.ut u at the t:cv.s ilvj...t f r
I'Vii v shij known t.i 1.. ciuoir.ir i.n tlue c.viiii..
whi'.o all the letters in the I r-t-otU'.v a-Mixl Ij
tiicia v.civ t.tki'ii out ali i ti.i-vv.irl.'.l Jv Mt'-.-rs I'nt-
several hull ire-1 lef.el-s wore ui-'.-ilthv l
fleet, nhieh liiliaW:- -5tv-S"e e e!-. the wh.-le
filling: two l.i:-e M ill liair-. An extra e'lth-n of the
t'oviviau l vi. Am i:kti; u w is :ii-.i striuk if. ;u:i.eiin
eiiijT to the enll.iiit vhileiaeii that they weiv c.'iiisi:,
in Auierican water-, an I that the land they mm w :i
L'ni'.el States soil. 'U which, if tliey eh- they C'.ul I
settle at once. It i- net at all iinprl.ahle that s :i:e
ofthenu.re a Iveiiturous of the whalemen luaylm l
and kvate tlicir elain.s. o have new several travel
ing corre?jH.n lent- in that region, aiul we shall h..k
fur a full report of the news fixnn the new territory
bythetieit returning next fdl. We janp-'-e s.- n
tvi ai'j-..iiit local agents, and shall exj-eet to receive in
the eoui-se of time a largo u lditioti to our su''scr:j.tkui
lir t from Russian Ainerica.
We notice that the Sin FrancNoans talktsl of
dc-p itching a steamer to llniasi Aiaerici in June.
Ih.iu.luluiins a iv ahead of them, and have already
got ( if their fir-t Wit with despatches on the '.Hh of
May ! Oapt. Thomas purpc ses to carry a ha-ge j'en
lient at his main mast head displaying the initials,
" I". S. M.," and oil the -1th ol" July, we presume,
there will be in thu Arctic a general celebration of
the anniversary the first ever held in the new
American po.-scssh.iis. Ilurraa for
I'ncle Sam and
his gallant Arctic wlialemen !
Zif From the San FranciM-o papers, we see that
Mr. J. (,. A. Warren is still interesting himself in
introducing island products into California and send
ing new seeds to these hdands. In the Times, we
find the following :
o.hicti..n an.l arc'.itiiatioii in
tlii .niiiirv .f tl
il -r.im-i: .nsnf Samlwi.-li 1-laii-i-,
has a'.n-a.ly !ru ali.-!i.i.l.-.l mi a .-111.1:1 -rale. Iml th.-re ai.i. :.rr
l'' :tvt' o-.'vai sii lilt le inl.-n-st uiamtt-.-n-d in Ihe i4riiaeiil,
cv, i.y ii.--.- ! w.mM lively t.. n.-.i the inMicim. ..f
! iu-h a.Miti.'ii- l our i'alitarnia fniits, urasse, ilc, llml it has
,. jnill.,s,,,K. ,., ,, ,llll(h m ,is ooeetiou. liy iht- i.ark
, ti.ri.yr, .win. Ii r.ivniiy arnvot from II..11..I11I11. a quantity
of Maniania urass was inii..riil an 1 ).ur. Ii;l-l-.1 I.y Mr. J. U. V.
Warr.-n. This i: iitli-nian. who ha.s in!t-re-:i-.l l.ims. if uhk-Ii ia
th- .'.viK-riiii.-at- j.Kive alla.h.l to, now oircrs titi i:rass, free uf
c-:, to all nho will eottscnt to try il.
The same paper of a later date has the following :
N..w Plants i.ir the S.nw k h Islands. liy tlie hark
; Com't, wlii.h sail- t.lay f.r ll.n.,lulu, J. U. A. Warr.n will
.a; i.a. u .a. a.... t; r i '..i;r..nii. ..i...ia r... l..ih.....;....
; - .. . . ..w.. ... . ............ f-..... ... ............
oi nie .--ai..i i. u ..-..oi.i.-. on: piu-i n,iiii.u- i.-oiuiiB m
i ini-in.jiini,i..inin i n 1. 1. . ..i ,u:,,,, nn.-.u mhu-
f r.we, new to Ilie llawaiiaiw, nie l.v .uUiiufK. jnwwiiiw,
i Jr..e,j-,.. .....e heaiitifal plains of tlie -ol.Uii I, ju.kle,a
' new species of the In.lia-rulilK-r plant, calie.1 UKhrux Aunlrn-
n, imniM-i o. o.o., ii i, "'.' '"' .. i-oo-
trn-. TIks- plants are all .arelully .-k.-d in air-tn:ht c.is
wiin jrinss ruvrr-, mm u eriM mat nv tvii i arrive ui
t.K-ir ilcstuiatioii in as imhhI iMiuhlmii as u hcn the jiMirm y was
lMt:iiM. Mr. Warren priiKses to iiitn-luce iik niaity I'tilyneKiaii
' plants as imssihle into this c.
nuiitry, an I ta tins he has or-
: (.'.uiize.l n --!' in ol exchiine with lie Agricultural Society at
the lslaiiils." l-'or every M.-e of California, see.lsor pl.mU ent
to them. iln-y euaraiitii" to r.-turn a similar cntiliuiioi. ..f th-ir
, imtiw Mi Mr Wiirri. has Mi OI1 ,,!iniI s,.:e ine .
bananas, lnan.ies. iar.l.-niiu. and palms, soi.t any one desirous
ol alt'iiiptirff torai.se tli.Heran pr.n-ureth.-ni by exchange as
above stated. There are many places ill this -tale wh.-re Iroi'i-
.ni, ami n ii hn a imn-t iiriin.ms mm. i h n-im;
mi,U!..s it is ,,, raise plai.ls would, it miaht lw tlioiiiiht, take
'"- active i.aer.sis i a ., .ait. r so important, .,i e.ery aar-
.iun'nersir v,aor,r:;;r,reesrLl,'t,''!; f
j The plants received will doubtless serve to adorn the
1 private gardens of the officers of the so-called Agri-
; tural Society, which is all very well as a private
: transaction, but as to the gift being of any great
j benefit to the islands, we very much doubt.
Mutiny on Smriio.wtn. On Thursday morning
la-t, the liritisli ship .Srn Vhitf, at anchor outside
all'airs to the British Consul. Tlie Consul imniedi-
ately applie.1 to the Captain of the United States
Steamship Lacl.aivitnna, lying in port, for assistance,
and two Isiats-crews were promptly disjiatohed to the
Sea Chiff, who assisted in getting up the anchor and
putting sail on the ship, which immediately went to
sea. It is stated that the Consul instructed Captain
Laws in writing that when he got to sea, he must use
force, even to the utmost extreme, to put down any
mutinous conduct amongst the crew, and that he
would lie held blameless for consequences. Thus it
has again lieen demonstrated, for the second time
...t.i.t .i. 4i.... i.a ...w. ..r ....... ,.e . ......
1 o. -o.-Bi..
in I1S1.C--J1. itnlni. to o 11 f I iu. .1 1 1 1 1 iin.iOtvili' n. fiiilit f. .
w,l-'- " '-" ..... o... , .0.
..... t. .
t,,e protection 01 American commerce, out tnui 01
nations as wen. 11 uu..ou..teli:y auoruei i.apt.
.1 11 t. l .1 . n. n' 1 1 n
Reynolds no small degree of satisfaction to be on hand
"hie to lesp.nd to the re.,uest of the British
( t,,ls,l, m 1,10 absence of a ship-of-war of Ins own
nation. " Bhsid is thicker than water."
A Savaoe Hog. On Wednesday morning, while
some hogs were lieing dischargevl from a schooner at
the Bsplanade, one, a huge boar, with long tusks and
a decidedly ferocious look, got adrift, and charged
up the wharf, running furiously at every one he saw
1 . J
Two gentlemen coming down encountered the lieast,
and ran for a pile of lumber, which one of them suc-
All from Bi Whisky. The other day a sailor
on shore from a idiip outside, got rather more than
" three sheets in the w ind," from a free use of liquor,
and went into lr. MoTvibbin's drug store, where,
without any nj.pare.it reason or provocation what-
ever, he vcrballv abused and ottcniiitci to ussjiult the
lloeror I ir Me I i .in ir eoliioio in vorv r.r.iu.v-
, , a f -
tunely, knock.-l the fellow down, not, however,
whh( ut ,.,,, . ,lis OWI1 coat torn o(r The sailor
WaS arre.-te., but as his ship was aliotit froing to sea.
the Captain s request not to prosecute was acceded to.
Codfisiiino. The . L.mt, which arrivcsl from
n Francisco recently, is lxaind North, to the Cod-
; fishing grounds of Sitka, and its ncighiiorhood,
: recently acquired by the American (Jovernment, by
treaty with that of Russia. She will probably fall iu
; with some whalers to which the news will be unex
: ported and welcome. What a cruise will that be of the
i L'tut : To think of the chowders, the fries, theclain
, bakes, the crab roastings, and other good things in
store for her crew, makes one's mouth water. By
the way, how is it that nobody has yet projected a
codtishing voyage from Honolulu?
Aboi t Emigrants. In corroboration of our state
ment made last week about Germans Wing ready
anxious to migrate from their home country, we
find the following in a letter written by a German,
and published in the S in Francisco Times :
There are half a million German emigrants now
ready to come to the St ites. and if we iro the ritrht
way 'to work we may get 1hUhm of them here this
i-rk.ii nvf T-n.ir n.-ittiifa n-tll 1 ni..ro -ottlo.l it.
lvkia fcT v. i iiiiitivi.i ii lit uioi t, -tuiv. in
Germauy, and people will not be so anxious fur emi
rration as at present.
The account of the Prussian B ill, given in
Honolulu last fall by tlie Captain and Officers of the
Prus-ian ship Vinila, and which was published i i
the .llrtrti.ier, was translated in full into German
and reprinted in the Berlin papers, with flattering
comnients. It was certainly an event of which Prus
sians might well be proud.
TliK Prm.ic Fot-NTvlN. We learn that th public
of II !!. -In' u, with the liberality that is so well known,
h ive mi' - ribed the - mi of - :', p-w ir I- the erection
of the pr. p rT pu'-lie f. nut iln, of wl.l-h we have
!.-!'.. re made in-nti. n. Witln.ut doii'if, li.i!l
li ne -I p. !-' u i"y ru
the h ut the t.-wn.
!.;ilg -tie i!:l it va.
w it.-r 1:1
1. ,. 1 1 1-
In even r; - - lb i M i.-e
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ry ni Fn n i
i ..ii M oi 1 i v '.
.- I I .1 a -fi.
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l'eartii- Fnlai- iliie.
Mi: Lmtok: VA hen 1 read 1 lie .iriieU- in .tm ws.
p:.jt r hc.ldc I " A'omiiiiTi la',' 1 very natui a'iy i-it'er
that the statenu n?s made and con. lu-iuiis draw n ni-c
; rtivt'y lxlial le. lH-i:ir s;ip;.:tiou-ly deriveil iVoni
gx.l inercantile authority, l'.ut s-iuehow the " I'. in-
taeifial . titer in the (,"ii:de of la.-t We.lm1 ay is
ya.'dyoutin his arithmetic. a for inst.uice tlie fol-
TIi vm t. f.u. r;.iy. .-.mi; in on S.itiir.l.iy. l!.o 4.i e.-l .
II .!: t.H t . On I . r. I npt. Ilr.-ks. . r S'ai le ,
t'lf .":!.. M .!.-.. l-i ii. a: J In- I.i is tMn:, i u Ti-.-Xo. tlie
The ficts are. tint the v e - namc-1 sailed from
Sm Kra:,c;--o ai.il :miel at ll.iula'.u as foli.w:
I is. l.isi.i
l-l H IT,
Al ril 2:
M iv 7
into, a reckoning of ti:wti'-ii of d.n might,
perh.ip-, have a tendency to eoiioise the very disin
tervsted eoiKr.ieici.il ivporter of the tiuztHe.
The . . I. nut s;iilel from San Francix'o April
lTti-., bringing papers of tli.-.t date, and armed here
.May ,th. Ihmeen days ra April and seven m Ally ( tippi levee.-. The richest pot lions i.f Southw c.-lcni
makes her passage tw nty dnys. Computing the Louisiana aie devastated.
time occupiisl .n the pa siges t.f the t!ui vessel-ly ' Henry Ward reocl.or and party will po to
the same nietl.el. whvh is un loubnsl! v theonlv eor- : (-ibi alt. rM ireiHe-. Cenoa Naples foutantino
, , , , , lde and the I riiuea. una lioiiu wanl by way nf
ivct one, and .lie show ing won! I st:ind as follows, hi Alex imli i.i.
the rotation it whi h they arrival:
I 'ami.ri.Uc. ....
1. li. I.ui.i
.............14 i! vg -a-t-.
....... ilavi. la ai'.
1 beg to ?k if it is right or proper to allow any
party the use of the "Commercial" column of a
new-paper to the injury of the reputation i.f any vc
sil or any palticular line of packets, in oi-dor t. sus
tain that of another in which tlie party writing may
K inteivstivl T The statement that there w as a dilier-
ence f eight days in the passages ot the ( amt'rtilge lnpinction upon (.eueral i ope and Andrew Johu
und . B f.n'i, in favor of the former, iooks as mmi. l'rcrddcnl. to re.-train them from enforcing thi
though it was made with the intention of injuring Act. Keverdy Johnson is of opinion that the caso
the reputation of the latter vessel, or the line to must come up in a lower tribunal before the Su
whlch she belongs. If not, for what purpose was preino Court can lake tvoogniaiie.' of it. It will
such a. misstatement made T Yours,
Mis-inu LirrriT.s. The following item, which we
clip from a San Frunci.-co exchange, may serve to
; show where some of the missing letters are. The
j American overland mail, during the w inter season, is
a public nuisance. 1 luring the summer, it works
very well :
.MAIL .viVTTKB. i ne luurw i f'ir ei .ware ii
SOtli savs there are ten tons ol mad matter lying at
the dilierent stations Utwet-n Omaha and North
Platte Station awaiting transportation westward, the
coaches Uimr delaye.1 on account of the snow.
Cot r.T Mahtial. There is a rumor alniut town,
which we have ascertaine.1 is well loundel, that a j
Court Martial was held on Tuesday last, on one of j
the members of the King's st.iil", for hnproicr conduct j
' 111 Cliurcilj uurillg L'lvine service. i uc hiihiumi'u
amvisl at .by the court has not yet transpuvd, but
will probably is; mule Known omciauy next wcck m
ilia .r..v..mn...iiit ..V.MI1
j i.. . v m u i.ia.. v .'...
Home Pitoiu cr.. We noticed one day this week,
by the schooner .Jcirf, a shipment of three tens of
liice, grown here, to the .Mctcait l -latuation, at iau-
lotenlt Plantation, at Kim-
pakuea, near Ililo, Hawaii. How much Ifetter thus
to raise our own supplies mini to m.au.i money out oi
. . i. ....... .
the country to procure them from abroad.
-We are reouested to state
--" . ,
! feT The steamer California, which was reported
! a3 destincl to Japan, has Wen resol.L to the Consol-
' Mated Ilolla.lay Company, noticed in our commercial
columns, and will be retained in the California ser-
! Have we the Chtlera among us, is a question
I which has been asked since the sudden death of dpt.
! , 1
uopKius. in ii not iMiojevi u.ni uct i ...v anvu-
! tion of the Board of Health ?
One jMontli Iater
Since oiir last issue three vessels have arrived
from San Francisco, viz: Bark t'otwt, Paty, on the
4th, I-l days passage ; bark Onnbr'nhje, Brooks, oil
the 5th, 17 days passage ; and the brig 1. li. Lutd,
Bills. 01. the 7th, 20 days passage.
On our fourth page will be found a full summary ;
of th' European news received by these vessels, j
and also the telegrams relating to the cession of t
Russian America to the L'uited States.
Congress adjourned on the SOth of March, to
re-asseinble on the fust Wednesday of July. The
Senate remained in session up to latest advices, to
confirm nominations made by the President.
President Johnson had been quite ill with liver
complaint, but had recovered.
The prize fight between Chandler of California
and Harris of Kngland. for 2.51111 a side, came oil"
at Point Isabel. Contra Costa county, 0.1 the afler-
; no.in of Saturday, April 13th. Alter twenty-two
; rounds had been fought. Chandler was declared
. Vm wilin,.r. nai rLs was t. i tibly beaten, and was
! conveyed from the ground in an insensible condl
lion. Chandler was unhurt, ran a toot-race alter
i the fight, and then acted as referee during a second
j fight which took place in the same ring. The lat
j tor encounter was between McAlpiil and Mclilroy,
, w ho fought one hundred and eight rounds and then
divided the money.
i Tiik BitK u-ii ok Promise. Csk. This famous suit.
; in which Mrs. Clark sued Michael Reese for $10(1.- j
j (MM) damages, closed tin the Oil. of April. The jury
brought in a verdict for pla.ntiif for $5.00(1. The i
' public mind is divided as to its justice, some nrgu- j
ing that it is an outrage to find in the plainiitfs ;
favor. McAllister gave notice of a motion for a j
! new trial in behalf of Reese.
ICastern News. i
The (Jonnecficnt election, which took place April j
1st, resulted in a Heinoeratic success. James L.
Knirlisli is elected l.ovcrnor. and tliree not of four I
Congressmen an- Democratic. Last year Haw ley I
(Rep.) was elected Covernor bv n little over five
hundred majority. The Democrats gain three Con- !
gressu.en. who will be the only Democratic Con-!
gresstneii from New Kagland. L'iiglishs majority ;
!j l.7l The
....... .hh, . ..!...-.... I' .....i.i; ... t
...... ...uii-..-. ... . . ii 'll ..-ll... !.;, . 1 3
leu i 'emoci ais. uie iiucimo inuinreii ami I w eniy- ;
one Repiiblieans lo one hundred and seventeen j
I't IIP'VI llll. V IV 4' 11 I I IUIMII,iI.I Jtfllllltll 111 V'JIl
iiectieut attributes the defeat in that Smte to the i
conservative, inre-s. rving policy ot the party, !
which tends to produce apathy and disgust in the j
rank-. The reverse is purely local, for the election I
iu Rhode island, an adjacent Stale, show s an in- ,
crease of the Republican majority. Governor I
Burnside is re-elected, bn'.h branches if the Let'is-I
lature are strongly Republican and the two Re
publican candidates for Congress ate chosen. j
The Tiiif. says that the State Department lias
received reliable news from Mexico to the effect
that Maximilian is in a tight place, and will be j
obliged to surrender himself to the Liberal forces. !
The latter threaten to dispose of Maximilian by a
drum-head Court Martial and execute him at once.
Maximilian is at ttieretaro. The Liberal troops
completely surround the city. Communication is i
.11.11. 1 .all .ill. .'I ,l ao l li.Il ll.l.s Sl-iu DHL M'VI Till j
recoiiuoitei iug parties, all of w hom joined the Lib- i
erals. They state that the Imperial troops are ,
much demoralized. The natives all join the Lib- !
erals as soon as opportunity offers. j
The Imneriali-ts number 3.5(10 in the city of :
Mexico. Many who have been forced into the
service cannot be relied upon. The city i.-clonelv
:....i ..ir i :i .. l .. .... . ... .
la is defended by 2.iu0 men.
have begun operations to take it.
It is confidently expected that Maximilian wihi
be captured a' ii"ivtaro.
Vera Cruz ir ill surrender without a struggl
U XSHINtnoN. April 1 S!tl. ihe statement of on
Consul at Havana, that enlistments were still goim.
on in that city for Maximilian's army, in spile of hi-
protosfs and the l .ovei nor I.-neraFs promise that
t!iey slioiild be Stopped, is exciting Coll-id.T.'tble
aM. -ntion. an.l is regarded as not only a flagrant
violation of neutrality, but as an in-ult to the
I'nited Stales. The Stat.; Department will take
cn. rg. tic sli ps iu the matter, although Maximilian's
cans.' i- too far gone to admit of i.--ii-fit iti..n by
any b.reiir'l :i i. I. News of" the cap'ure .,( '.-ra
Ci iiz is .-vpe. '.-d by the lle.Vt steamer.
V.'. i i. Pav Now.
London 'l'!iu"t declare
- ii. i an i.
.- ; .vi-
pr.-. I It iot
Li...- i- e,
to : ,-ti in
.en- i ..',!.
and will pav the I'l.i'.ed Si ,te.- . w hateV.T
opi' e in iv l.-i i-cm in the eiti.-ns of the I '.
ni'-lit ale en'i:!el to. bv i.-i-oin of the !--..f
the Angei-reb.-l Cor-air Alabama!
mi: to lime ;ii .i-t.
c,..-r II-,', .-in Mi--.,.), ii-ett-, amotion
t the .1 lol . i il V (...iiimil lee to I..ol :,ll
III :-. the I'.ill-ii'.o.t-.ei o, o ;,,. fiwhl
I l I
l. i i i
t. . in.
eiiei.il Si,. ima:i bus oblaiiicd pel mission to
vi.-u the Holy I. an. I t'lis Miiamer.
The receipt- ol ti e Int. l Hal Kerentiv Piirenu
have already lieen &2-':;.mm.iMinI and will fitrb
ts."..Oo.).(oJ by tlie end of tl li-cal y-ar.
A ima'iing vv:s held M.mh .".(lU In d.n iwe menr
to rebiiod ihe l.ilidi il Hotel, in -I. 1 -mis. w lih It
va- lh-.-Iioed. I.o-s. s. 1 ,t.tn;,(l,l,).
Thad. Stevens Iiaswrlitcn a letter to NecTetarr
Seward w .irmly approving tlie i .I'liiicatinii f llir
Uu-si.ia ire.iiy. and coiiraliil itiHi; Ihe -eerelary
up in the vote received ill the Senate.
It is tin' opinion of some of the blist lawyer
Imycrs thai the Senate should not nd.joitrn 'ill H
v:uaiK-ies are tilled. In soiii.' r;i-es as many a
thia-e ii..ini;i.ih.iis h.i- been ieje;il. The 1'ivsi
Uci.t seut in a larce ntiniber ol neminmion to-day.
Slel'nlloiili sav - if I'oiigres- ill let hiui ;Uo:ie
lie will bilng i;t down to lilVett or lv,-er.ty by
next I 'ecem i-r. widieut making a stringent money
market. Ii is believed specie payment w HI lie re
sumed w ithin two jears witiioiit trouble to business.
NumeviMis bn-aks have ccurre.l in tbe Mi.-.-is-
Fif.een handl ed fivi dineii have upplieil to the
Coloniuioa Society to be sent la Africa within
eight mouths, of whom t'tkl have embarked.
The indications ure that the Fortieth Congress
will adopt the principle that Congress has the pow
er to regulate the Milfrage (p.ie.-lion in the I'uitcd
States so far as lelates to Cougre.s.-iottal nml I'resi
Soiulierneis intend to test the constitutionality
of the Military Kei onstrnelioii law. and to ask nil
probably come up through the Pi.tlrict Court of
Alexandria, .'-.veil S-outliern (overnors will con
sent to liny proceedings to test the constitutionality
of the Act. llovci nor 1'attoti of Alabama decliu. i
to favor the execution of the law.
Washington, April The Supreme Court ren
dered a decision refn-ing lo entertain the Mil ol
complaint filed in behalf of the Stale of Missisisppi.
iiskimr for an injuctioii to President from liiforeinc
! the Keconstruetion Act. Ther. however, allow the
fjir.,., .o il,., l.m tl,.. ..:.ri of .1... vi....-..r u.-..i,.
x. . .. '. ., - , .
'Kw ,,,ltK- -rd I.H.-v. Dr. Iludley 1-ield.
, ct L'n,s AV w 'a'L
Ciii'.v.;o. April 1 lib The iseonsin Igislntnrf
j ndjourned yesterday. Among the measures passed
i 11 resolution to amend the Con.-litiition. givinp
women me riiu.
The Solicitor of the Treasury has decided, Jliat
under the Tenure of Office bill where a vacancy
occurred previous to the passage of the law, it
i HumIIiI lielilleil under tlie OKI 1.1W ; thllt W hen It
i vacancy occurs alter the passage of the law, but
, when the beiiate buU to couluui a nomination, th
i Sto...-..I.O-v ..fll.o Truii.-i.t-w .'..I
j .' i. .' j v.. tin. ji.h.-.i. inn c...Fi.b j "i v. ' I
' lectors or Assessor lempoiaruy ; tual sucli ollleers
! av roin..viible at the plcamne of the Secretary or
. the Treasury until the oflu-i nhu.ll be refiilnrlv
1 i o j
, Seeivturv AfeCiillorh Im r.-eeive.l eonrrralnb.-
f. .... - i t .1.-
; nous, ikiiii ine lch i oi k uaiiKeis on lue iaet mai
lie nail re.iiiceil the public Oebt uitrliif the year
two hundred millions.
Savannah (Ga.,) April 1st. A mass meeting of
white ami colored citizens was held here to-day.
White and colored Kpeakers addressed the assem
blage. Strong reconstruction resolutions were
adopted. They reipiert the military commander
! 1(1 OI.l..r iren.ril eleeli.o. i.f tl... ....iliest ,nmi,ni
' " r ? f rat cuon at in. ihiiuhi inoimni
' ' ' ' C ' "
1 T1- 1,1 a' '
j vXCj,jjr i,.SH atleiition nnddisciission than for wnne
j time previous. The good effects of the Kecon-
; struction Act were geneially aduiitted, ami the
j Jir confidently expressed that it w ould result in
Hie speedy regeneration of Ihe .-.outli. The New
, k jj,ru(,i this view, and says :
We expect before next March to announce to tb
world the complete re-establishment of the Union
011 the new basis of universal liberty and civil
equality, with the lestoi ntion of every rebel Slate
to Congress. The President has mauif.'sted in his
appointment of his five district military command
ers Schofichl. Sickles, Thomas, Ord and Sheridan
his purpose to execute these laws of Congress
faithfully ; and from the Southern civil experience
and good services of each of these offices we are
sitislied that I hey will carry out these laws as qui
etly and kindjy as possible to the people of the
several .-t ates concerned, n hether, therefore, the
ten excluded Stales shall or thall not have a voice
in (hii, Con:rr ; ,,,, in (hu (.i(.(.t;on of ,he
and our next President, will depend upon tin
course ot ihr ruling white class of each ol tin
Stales directly concerned ; and that class, though
to some extent disfranchised In this work of recon
struction, we are gratified to believe, is rapidly
coining round to the wise policy a prompt anil
faithful compliance with the terms of Congress.
The prospect, therefore, of Southern restoration
is good ; and the encouraging indication we are
daily receiving from Virginia and all the way
through lo Texas, warrant the belief of immense
advantages to all those States in tbe way of North
ern capital and enterprise in view of large crops,
even this year, of corn, tobacco, cotton, rice and
sugar. Cheerful submission to manifest destiny
will surely bring to the South, in ail vance of South
ern restoration, those great essentials of financial
confidence in the development of Southern indus
try, wealth and prosjieiiiy.
lATIiICA ATIO.AL HOTEL, !
77 THIS AVKI.r. KXOIVX HOTEL. HAS
been cotnpleU ly renovated, ami la now
Ready to Receive Boarders
.By the Day or Weclc.
The attention and patronajio of the public la respectfully 1'ilie
iled hy the umlemlgned.
33 o n, x d. 2i3 tx XV o o Ik. 1
670 6t HENRY MILLER.
GERMAN BOARDING HOUSE
CONIIIOpoIitn II CoffCC SolOOII,
. . C---S.
XL'L A.C STRKKT.
JZr HOARD PER WEEK, $5. UM 3m
uniln J I Idaaa
aisrx IHSSTATJIIAIMT Z
S. A. LOLLER, Proprietor,
vrOtri,I RKSfKCTI'1'LI.V INFORM
his tri. n.U and the public tbat he la fully rpar 5 to
nTT7 m th" ui"" 'he nwwi approved myle, ar reiect.
ful! ,licit!' share 'f it""'B---
Satl) tiirnislifd Reoms To Lft npon EeasoDable
I. O. HAN-CO.
II. 8. bMHU.
IMNSCOM & Co.,
A lt mi Iron Works !
Southeast corner Fremont and Tehama Streets,
, . " . V 't -r.
-Practical laacnmists and Iron Founders,
Qnartz Mill Jlai liincrj of all kinds &w Kills,
IUXUAR'S IMPB0LI) SKLF AUJI STIC TlSTOAf
Now m extensively uK-d in the tt and In Uihi StRle. Ke
qiiires nr sir;ni;a or screws; i. always at"RiUrt,shtj without
excessive friction, an.l never gets Klack r leaky.
The best of the kind now in ue in thin .tale or anywhere else.
Mivo actlhkkj. oy tu
New Prospecting Qnartz Mill !
Cotnistin? of linili r. Enpine, Two Ftama Riltery. and ttrinJing
an.l Amaliiinatinfr Pan. coniplete, for arorkirif from
. one ton upward r-r Uny.
Druw'nirt arefurnisht.1 with the Mul. o that any coniier,V
-.Engineer can set th-m up in running order in two lttyH, time
AMAMiAM 4 TORS AND OGNCEXTRATOiiil
Of all kind, furnisheil to Onter.
Tyler's Improved Water Wheel.
Uirintr jrn ater power, at lower eo"t. th.v any wlied In ay .
S. i,l f,r one .1 .M.r rir..-uliin. irivinir full l..ll.K.
All V n jrrnnu l lo give Uiu uuver aa set furtb, or Ihr
net; will lc rfutit.1.
S. ' Mnk.-rk fur thi. C...t of tlw
" I'ENl'F.ROAST w 1I1TE IltoN MAMP SUOES axn HIV
None pnuine unl--.- ol.tainrd fr-wi u.. Kr. ry one wa-ranfed.
I';.t.tied 1 jet.. ik ry . f all kln.U will lie furtii-li.il I.y a. at
liuika in". p.irt.ru r att.i.(i"ii iri.en to .ir.iu-4 arcl,
to -.'i-.i.. f ni- ,ii. ry. I... Ii a ill lie ue.le to .fl.-r TUr
l-..tr .i.tj,'-- ot tl. .uI-Im- i. o-4i-.-!fuliy -..hea. .1.
I'i.ti. i i in ArinNTi a I'. it .o
llon-r Suik au.l Oi iiauirutal (-liu:-
t -etr a r jaww