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BY C. S. BARTOW.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE !
O-i SATURDAY, the 15th of June, 18C7,
At XI bVI'k le-.n,
jl n- n.T -1 '-r '- 1'1'M.H? AUTl'iN.hfrwia the;
.dirt ll'i-.-. Il-"''d'. tl' f--!:-- tS l.m.U, U kmnj l
M..,.,.. '.nj' II Turt..n. of U.li.o 1 1. M mi :
THE AHUPUAA OP HAHAKEA,
. I.'llflilM. Of" M-int,
fmmta'tmimii ,lrrr. uiarr r Ihmi
The Almpiiaa if ITaititiinltn,
itiitr-t "I IiI.h'iiiii. '. M.mi.
("ataiwiatf !'. Arrra. mrr r Ira.
- A L S U
In front of thr Court Il.ii-, Lahainx,
fn C7i'.Tn'Hv 12th dav cf June 1SG7
. . r Atil''"k""n'
Trarl ol Land in Ojiai liiia lkalii,
I '.Hluiiii.x HIOll mf nm Arrr.
i-krtMalr4 ii.iitirr t
A. P. JI I'K.
Aiytixrj in t-t t-r l.'ainnr 4 Tartoo.
tn. :. K. tl.-llol'.
J. W. A I .-TIN.
iTi t .wnt i.f Iht Kilate 4 Walk-T. Ail'-n As Co.
ON WEDNESDAY. - - - JUNE 10th,
At l' O'cbM-k. A. l . at SaU- Krm,
" A Varirly of .llciclianilic !
amm:ky, i K!iu:r fmp.. tor.uto, iia, anu
SUGAR PLANTATION FOR SALE !
Tir ,ll i.ff. T"l U-t 5l, at I'ul.tUr Auction.
,Tr- i a y nfii. .-i r t IOC- .
At li.finrl nv.
I h.ttit r.1 tfi Cimrt Ili.t.liilu. tl.e .r..rt known
Hal A; Ailimv Siar rianlafion,
y.ttttitnl ! II .7. . Jifm-tl t-f .U'l'ii.
Wita all the Ln.l, I- m cf L.tml4. Wills, Sl.-vliii-iy, Tn.N.
' iri. Imi'l" nii.H. tii'i-vi aM ii: . Jlc , llon;iin5 tn Hi-- fci.l
r-lxftcinir t" tli ll.mt.ilir. an 1U t f Ijn-I.i.f which
II., )rir, rr ( no- l.nvl. an. I 4' flurr tjtnJ. Tin- ri nnn;
rr..p .f i:r riini.tir-i it I'M tt.n. Tit Mill arul tuillin.
jui Nirhiirr; ar- in ... r. T M In U'rl u( ike uirtai'
ui I tua . r ill f-a in tl .-. .. yaiHT, lliat Hie Utlr
vill fw rxnii.tr-t ti I Im- Mir-hi" r.
TCMS .It AAL.K. for fuihrr parUcill ir ..Ijr tn
r. it. niiio!,
J W. A I -TIN.
AiirrvM f th IstaOf f Wa.k r. Allen Jk Ca.
or. A. K. Jl Mi.
5,7 4t Att ni'T l ' B.l k A.lanm.
REVERE HOUSE. .
SAMUEL. A. LOLLER
MITII'IKS TIIK IM IUJC TII.T3V
br baa T
A FinsT-:i.ASrt HOT HI.,
Oft Oik .f tm tmrljr km.ao a the -lilnK,
Oa kins Sfrrrt, urar I trt St.
Soil. ( ran Ll fumUhnl. Tlir .atn.r.ae of
trivrw-n a'1! I'"1 0111.01. ur f rrsfin'tfully -4ic.l-.l.
FOR SALE !
Best Cumberland Elacksmiths Coal,
j; IX CA.-K--. 3
INDIA RUBBER MATS
OC 1)111' V. K K T M . K .4 l ST V I.KS FOli
IVrital.ii. Hall, fairiac.. rfr ll-- mat., are neat an.l
iturtKb-. 'll U-t t' ar r ttn.hin' awl inn.
J.;.. In JiK at Tlll-ol.. C. IIKCfKS.
FRESH FLOUR !
(itl.iniKVIt f:ol.lK :.iTK. X.
j mi m.rMf.
AM It V. a TIIKoH. C. II KI CK'S.
Vi; KM-: It 1. itll-TxiAl. Mtr'.KTIXi: OF
Utr MBil r "( the
1(1 K:s lOSIT.4 I. -or.iok.tio V.
Wn.t. a HKI.B ot
Saturday, the 29th day of June. 1867,
At the t'.atrt II. .w in Mountain, at 1 1 aVfca-k, M.
6Ti it I'- r r.er. A. V. Ji.'hH. S.-rn tary.
IT SM'll.lt SlMAfll. FOIt TAX-
Xli. I I Kl"?l..s,
ili.1!. iiiui-s iiiimm: 3i ittim;, j
DYE-WOODS, ACIDS, &.C., &.C.
A SMALL INVoICK OF
Ilisny IMafc Chiss, .Usorlnl Sizrs.
l r .Mirr.r sidrkirl Tobi, kr. j
W A N TE D ! J
A GOOD TANNER AND CURRIER, j
T. I. O. T. M. I. I. T. S.
Meerschaum Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars
AT TIIK ;
tiK. IIOFFMANX-S Ul.H ?TAXI. j
'iik rxi)KRsixKi 11 as jrvr be-
1 u.iii;i, 1
I'ri Isubc-lln.' (rmm Ixiailaa, !
A MAIiNIFICKNJ AND
Clioice Assortment of Genuine Meerschaums I
Kwbnrinic r.rry ariety ;t Myle, iz i
il M.ont.-.l. Carrol. I!ain. FatK-y, rai.--l au. lient. ilh
lxM Amu r Mitih-.iri- allsrli- .l A:o. Tknn aisl Carvr.l
U-r )..i.ini t'.ir r ll..l.rr . f all partem ; ire Auilier
M : h-1. an. Kose.l an.1 liclU IVrcha, l'ne Stems, ad ,
fcf lii.;h are iff. r.-.l fir ale I
AT I'ltll'KS TO Sl'IT TIIK TIMF.S.
A'l 'vc .Said, t;'unfrtit faaar .Vo Mrrt .M m ;
ahtittt thtm. j
INo, an Ham!, Urtrhrd prr Late trrhah, j
A IjrK ami Compb-t. Assortiih-nt of !
T II It A V I" A X I " I ' A K S , i
All Nrin l. an.! 'in.i.ili.. for ale at ery reas--nal.li' priei-. ;
Tli M m d a ami lla.ar.a. rotistantly on l.aiMl. together
with K-k-rtra t-k o 'igar Ca.-. I'm I'.sjehea. .
SuuiT f-.es. Cutter. CUy an. I VV.io.len i'ljiea. CutUry. Walk- I
X. B I k.hiI.1 r-r-itfuIlT call tt attention rf Traders an.1
!' l'ii'v '1 uero ail Ciirr.
' i'l an. rvuuine my io- k before -'irehain i!Vf.
j;,,o II. Mi IXTVKK.
Furnished Apartments !
'to i:k iif: i.f.t at tiik iki.i.v hocsk
ueel. -r further arneiil-.r a-iy al tne
O'.l Zat) K. knWK, l'r.-ietor.
lr-mi , to
X A House To I.i't !
mL 574 2t OARDKX STRKET.
I,llC'l .tSSOKTK.I SI7.KS.
alt jl F..r Sale by C. RRt.WF.lt Co.
nrIIITKAXI KKI S I. MOV I X 1111.-4.
Jii-I Kin-irr.1 p. r J. A. Ilkintoir.
iT IK. rr by C. I'.ttl.WFR Co.
IN IIACiS, Jl r RKCKIVFU.
i: it F.r J-ale by C. I-.REWFR At Co.
i:i'KI VKI lllltKC'T FKOl IM'XAI.l'U
I . km- .niHny Mill. t t ol- in nil-l.lit:e. to suit by
; K. I'. AIAI. Aks-tiI iMnalua Rice Co.
COOKS, HOUSE-SERVANTS, TAILORS
'I'll Kit K A KK A F K V fOXTKUTS LEFT
ir-xhHT.f nn.lertaking ttwe ?itoti'HK.
Farly application to the acdersioeil i. neces. iry.
&:i In - JAMxN'. C.KFKN 4 Co.
GERMAN ALE AND POUTER.
fROM IIKKTJIVV JL SfllUOKUKR'S
nUI.WKRV. IIAMUl UU.
TIIIWD. t. II KICK.
BY E. P. ADAMS.
ri KLK; s. ma: i
ON TUESDAY, - . . JUNE 18th,
At lo o'cbark, A. M., at Sale. Itr-m, will Vr m.UI a
(Ync-r-il .lstortmfiit of M rcliainlio,
FANCV 1'KI.VTS, WIIITK ASP :IOWN COTToX?, SIIOFJ
MI.KI No.-, ,:.. ic.
The Contents of a Chinese Restaurant,
ow: open i:m.m, hooe ami iiiumsx.
REAL. ESTATE FOR SALE.
LOT AT KAMOOKAni, WAIKIKI, Oahu.
Bjr Tirtu it an UrWw ivanl it it the aj.r"mp C..urt. r.y
" "' J- inn ! a Kt..oi...i x, ai-
; I will offer For Sale at Public Auction,
Al lhe twt h ia u., mia.
ON WEDNESDAY, - - - JUNE 19th,
At 11 O'ehrL, !.,
j A I. I. THAT T It A V T III I. A N II t
; hti:at.: at k amok a h f. w aikiki, iit',
! CnUiniiifr in all 6 i.:4-l')o acre.
; II:iir or wlil-li Im Knlo Iti-liM !
l r .inii ulirly .l-9rriltil in It l I'jtrnt. N.i. iili.
Tdi ltil i n-ar tt- Mic UigUwuy atut n -ll wtumL
. Ji nn, r.'t..
AiLmu-y for tl.e A.linin's'.rfUrm.
K. I'. Al VMS. Au.-tinnwr.
JIST Ui:ti:iVKI) EX ISERMCE!
KXTRI Sfl'KRIOK Jtl'AX TKA,
.A) II.. fh.-l.. J 111. j.rir- r.
r.xrit.i si:rr.f:inn japa.s tea i.v bulk.
TIIK AltoVK TKA IS VKKY FIN K. l-in? h-lrtn liy a
'. r,... f :.. I 1 i : . - . .A : i
A 1 s o :
A Large Quantity of FRESH BRAN !
Fir J-ale Chni hy SAM. PAVlIMK.
tiniKKKts k. f."M,(!X!i,isnr 110-
T n-.lu'u. ili.1. mi tlie Kid iItj i.f Jam-, A. I. 1h7. diiiLi
an airnnifit f all hin .rtirrfy to tli aniirii;ni il. t--r thi?
tw-m-ftt f hi. i'r,.lilir.. Nlirv i. hi-n-l-r nvi-n .i alt -r4ii.
I.tintf rU.lu il-:iioI tli- K. ". 1 all.lk-g to .ir-i,
the nun. an.l tt .w- imli-litnl to the estate are rv;u.-.U-l t-i
make iibmiiiate .aiurnt.
1. Y. AI .-T1X.
lliKvJnlu. Junr G. lS-iT. &T'S Ct
V. Srlouclid Ijot
IS I Z Ar C O T 4
FOll Till: LAUIES,
It Is A C K K ,
FoItT AMI 3IKIU IIAXT STKKI"T.-,
HONOLULU, II. I ,
;. ivtur Ik aiii tc f.-unl reaiiy toatteti.1 to all ni.tomera
.3 in hi. line. tt'.a tim
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY,
IHK rXIIKRMUXKH 11.4 V IXC IIKKX
......Ii. Aw. i.k t. M aliovf rumnanr. In-v leave to
olortu lite the j.ul.Iir, thl thejr are now .reor-d to iuc
I .4 K I X K INS L' It .4 X V K I'OblCI K S
an Cafj-n, frxk'tit ami Treaaure., to awl frura all .arls of the
ii. iiackfi:u ro.
Ilonotolo. April2 1H62. 1 !y j
ANCHORS AND CHAINS, per IRAZU,
IHOX STUCK ANCHORS. Willi-UT FIHJM
171 llx to ZM Dm.
t'liain lal.e. fri-tn I in. lo J Im h.
mail "liain .. and iia-h.
674 or Sile l" by ISOI.I.K & Co.
IKFKRKXT IIKAXIis. KOKSAI.K AT
Kt.DCi Kit i'hlvt:s ;
674 Ct IIOI.I.K"" : Co.
l.icht Kum--. apons C.neor.l V agon,.
Ilea. Ilulelu r Wagai..
IT.l ita For Salehy C. I'.HKWKH C.
Superior Hemp Canvas. Nos. 0 to C.
C. U KICIIARI'i Ca.
Fine Navy Bread,
OU OCT III- 1CO.MI.
lui F. ulr l-y C. I.. RICHARD? Co.
Oregon Dried Apples.
lllK SAI.K KY
C. U RICHARDS k Co.
ii 1 0:1 Salt
1MB SI.K IX HI AXTITIKX TO M'lT.
r.i im i'y i n" it in'-- tivn.
iR IIF.tVV I
KAY, made and mnv Is- -efi at
iT.I :;n TIIK IIO.Nol.l I.i; 1KOX Vlltl.-.
OX H IXH AM (OK SAI.K ItVTIIKI'X-IiFK.-liX.I,
Case, suiieri. r ll.x-k Ksl Assniaun-bauer,
CaM- iis-rior lla-k l.ul.fra-ioroikh,
r suis-rsir ll--k Niersu-mer.
t'ae. iuieri..r ll.irk li.-i-nheiiuer,
fwn suierior Cian-t. and
Case, uiiierior Cherry Cord: il.
573 it, TIIKOD. C. II KI CK.
Si 011:1 Codec
.-fr II. ml anil lr S-tlr ill lots to Suit.
fonfantIy ou llauu ana mr .iir iu 1.1111 m un.
rBillK IMr'KSIf-.l-:i INFORMS TIIK
M putiic thai lie is r-i.irr.l to furrmh
:hoiee and Vell IrieI Kon.l I'olTee!
JIaring lis? agency of lhe Mlowiiift parlie ia Kona:
M.-r. Ntiii.li : Itiaarrr. Keopuka.
II. X. iJairiwci.t.. N..nh Koua.
1'. MoSTi.NtiHr, Kailaa.
U. II. trALKis.i, Kahalua.
sc ly ..
A. S. C1.IMIIORN.
Koi Caii i:i:i)voono ii:i)s
35"or Snlo Ty
CEORCE C. HOWE .
A I0 A KKXKKAb A Sst) UT.XI KXT OF
Redwood Lumber, Northwest Boards and
..''.. Jm.rs. Sish. W.i-Is. l'-i'i.ts. ifv.
lor Sale Low, at w Obi stand un the INplaaadf.
rillK I" IIKISSIf " X KI Wlbb l'.ir FOll
I I.OIS OF
At the ltnteol" Seven Hollar per Ton,
Deh.en-il on the W barf in Honolulu.
II. II ACK Fr.I.P Co.
; -. TIIK SI IISCKIIIKU HAS KK-
i t'P' " ceivol f -r :ile a f 0 ne ol a Dew
KZJt Hawaiian S..nj;. riititle-l
111:111:1,1: laAiiri Hawaii,
(A HAWAIIAN NATIONAL oXl )
.... ... . f. .... -n.. Ki.r.l. ar.il malic
! . SJylJ.'i, iot..'ra..i.ni b M.--rs. Nw.-onih Si Co., of j
tin city, in the I'm. st style of tin: art.
I I'll I I K, 2 5 fEXTS:
-.,- . .1 ..... .... ,
; THE PACiriC
i SATI HD A V, JlWn ir,
Tht-r Aui'leiiltui'til Soi-U-ty -tfiiin.
'I tlatilt" of thi-i week a lengthy :mi !e.
in which it Mat.- that the I'r-idont of tin- S.-
u ty has 1.4-. H -.n ru-.-iH- ti-A iuii t-. l.-.i-o a jl.tof
ground iiniiK'cli.itolv miiuKii of the premise- of
the lute Judge Roi.crt.-oii. Mrs. Armstrong. Mr-.
Doiniiiis and General Miller," f..r a ul. lie gar
den. But why n- t oine out with all ; Ja tx
in tin- i-iro and Mate that the President of the
S.iety, having p.ireha.-s-d f,r himself a lt of
ground in f.-e simple, niauka ..f Mrs. Arinstr..nV,
I'.ra building l t, pr..sMil to .? ciriothn- lot
aloTtysiile ." his f'.r the purjse of a public gar
den to 1-e improved at the fxj-iic of the AgTioul-
tnr.il Sj ii ty. Fimlin the jiov.ul.ir current
r.itl.i-r htr-'ii a;;iiit his plans, he li.ir t-.M tlie
lot he j.iin.hai-eJ of Mrs. AruiMron at a hanJ
hoine :i'Ian-e, ami i.s now j.rohahly rv-ady to try
H-iue father I.Mtility.
Now this is all wroit, ainl only goes to prove
what we have ciuk-avored to hliow Ik-P .re, tlsit
the Sn-iety anl iLs fun. Is are leiti usil only to
liirtlier jiricnte intfrtsts ami 'the r.mleiw of
private irties." more than to Ik in lit the public aHlt 4 j. M-j Pm,!;,, iK.r .ue-ts s..n aftel wails. useless to follow the example of the crow, who in his
at lare. We Kty the officer.- have no business 1 1 tie evening of June Mh, she lett K0I...1 tor H..u.- , l;ist moments sought the government house fur redress
to hate land f..r any term of years whatever, to ; lulu, having received on loar-1 ti,,. i:..yal party, the of his wrongs, our rat, shaking the dust of the law
1".' M.H-ke.1 with rare ami ei.M.y tren and plantt), ' Chief Justice and family, Kev. lii. Sn.itii and daugh- ! jer's oflice from her feet, made " traeks" direct to
ami to U- iinrmveil vear after vear with all the ter. Itev. l'aniel Dole and wife, and Mr. and Mrs. the Court House, for justice. Strange as it may
available lunds of the S-ietv. F.verv vear will
enhance the value of eity inj-rty.iirrouiidiiig a
public jpirden, in well sk the value 'of the garden
j ielf ; and the above plot or four acres, which
1 may now In? worth only four thousand dollars,
night, at the end of fifty years, Ik? Worth ten
..i,, thai sum. I it not Khow the u.t un-
...table Ktupnlity to a.lv,-t.te sue!, a plan n
the j r..r.s.il le:ise of land for a public garden?
There are tracts near the eity which are
probably available for this nbjeet. We iloiibt not
that impiiry will hhow that on Liliha street
! th-soil id vhieli ip the richest tin tlie
i there am good sites, and if one ean Ik h
; iiin- fi-oin that htreet to the Nuuaiiu stream
I or. the lino of a mad which ou-ht to 1 or-iicd
1 l.rm..rl, to Nm.anaKt.. it would l-:,ll the l-ttcr.
j 'Iiien there is " Tliomar. Sjuare," lying nest
to V. K. Willianis residem-e, on the Waikiki
j.laiii, and extending from King to liervtania
streets. We do not know its exact Hze, but pre-
.iiiiit it .ikiil.iiiK f.iiii- i.f- in.r.u ot T.vif I...V.
trnaient would doubtlestt give the in-rtietual use
of t!.in ground to the Sri-tv free of charge, ir
the hitter will feiu ami improve it. The (ia-
- It' ' w iinbii 1 11.4 will t'i .iL- n h u-i'll bir n rtn tin.
lu- ii HowagerV lot,and have the tidvant
liavirg neighbor windinills.
I hen there 1 the large lot of John II, on the
, , ,.,-.,.,., ,
west corner, where the road to aikiki braiiebes
i off Iron, King -treet. This is a very suitable lot,
ma has tlir auvantac of low lain! so low nnl
i-t that f-.ine grown on it all the year round,
! the water In ing within three or four feet of the
surface. I'erliajiH the adjoining land can be pur
ehasil up to (.'apt. LnceV premise, which would
giesoine twenty aerert or more. The distance
from tin: I'or-t Office is a mile and a half hiuic- j
what of a walk, to Ik sure, but for nil that it
would soon Ik-coiiio a favorite resort, there lieing
an exi-elh-iit road to it.
These suggestioni are siinj-ly hintei thrown out
r . .!.. 1.......C ..r l...o ,.1... In !. .r
: " o....o. ...
the M-Ieetioii of the new garden. lhere are other
tnii t ijiiite an giMul art either of those mentioned,
. ;in,l (f there in any disisisition to us; the funds of
.1 . . f. Al I ......W, . C nll ... ...... ...,... I n,..l
tilt. lllj lor lllir 111 lllb til llll TillT. l lltT 1.11.4
: not r..,- that of " j riiate itrtiin " alone, there
i .nu lu mi ir.iobl.. niM.iir ul.etni.' ami ,,iiinna.
; , . .. ... "
1PI MIC lor 11 1 '11 Ol tc- "iirocil.
Oilixo tiik Ska. In our account of one of the
rales encountered last Octola-r in the Arctic 03ean, it
will lie reineiuU-itsl that we stated the circuiistancc
of dpt. Peiiniman having saved his ves?l, the
1 . l r
r- 1 ....... T...
i .ii'irrru. ov iwunui: un on.o nv ............
j ye:irs, and during that time has saved the vessel un-
der Via command twice by " oiling the a." lie
sa - :
That when the master t.f a ship cannot get out
of . storm that is, when a ship is disabled and he
has to take the heft of the gale it lie has oil oil
!whaleshipmas er(w,icl,isproW.ly(apt.K)wri,es!r7W"7 ." ' -' -I---
i M the New York ll. raU that he has followcl the sea I hut h.c ot,K'r
jf.ir twentv--ight years, and 1-ecn master for ten I lAn hV" T T T 'Z T
j lsiard, start two or three gallons over thesnlcot the j ot the took group, raeitie Ocean, last November,
ship. This will give the ship smooth water to the The weather lieing fair titid clear with a gentle breeze
windward, and then the oil allowed to run drop by from the S. S. II, the tide lieing at ebb, the sea sud
' drop is all that is required, for as soon as the sea ; denly receiieil four feet la-low low-water mark, then
i comes in contact with the oil it breaks, and the ship ; gradually returned until it Mounted to four feet
is in smooth water as long as the oil is allowed to run.
' In 1m;, in the heaviest gale of wind 1 ever saw, I
I l,Sl nil 111 r"..ll, lOVI. ..IV ....v., . w.u..r.. ...
j vessel could not have ridden the se:t for an hour it 1
; had not had oil on Isiard. Five gallons of oil lasted
' me fulv-six hours, and this saved the vessel, cargo
and lives 011 Isiard. Li-t ships of heavy tonnage have
two iron tanks of forty gallons each, one on each
side, with faucet si arranged that the oil can lie start
ed at any time; small vessels ten-gallon tanks, an.l
all ship's lioats tanks of five gallons each, well tilled,
so that iu case the ship founder or burn, the lmats
will have oil to smooth the sea in c.-ue of a gale.
With these tanks of oil on Imard of ships and a go.l
man for master one who knows the laws of storms
and handles his ship so as to get it out of the center j ,lever l" accompanied with any earthquake. It is 1 shall ever smell t.f it but thee. O my love, with
of the storm you will have no more foundering of undoubtedly caused by some submarine volcanic up-: '"' 1 have joinel hands in the cold air of mid-g.-sl
ships at sea. with the loss of many lives and ,lMVill r eii.l.wi,.n. not of sufficient r-wer to shake ulrUt tI!,,u 'T? m7 Athc "evtr-fading wreath
i..;ili..ns..f 111..11.V "
A Eiti Tii Ass vri.T.-One fleorge Glemion, a shoe- !
maker working on Maunakea street, was arrested on
Monday for assaulting a young half-caste named Wil
liam Wilson with a slung-shot a stone tied up in a
handkerchief. With this dangerous weapon Glcudou
struck Wilson several times on the head, letting UikmI
pretty freely. At the trial there was no real provo-
I cation proved, but Glendoii's employer testified that
the man was subject to " queer " spells, which were
quite unaccountable, during the occurrence of which ,
he appeared to 1. partially insane. Under these cir j
cumstances, the Poln-e Magistrate imposed a fine of
- . .! .. ..- . .l.mrr ili. .1 tu a YOl-l- il :1 11 irs ill a
. .i ia iux- i'i V-.I1J.I..U, j -.- - v.
I one. and cannot Ik-too severely punshel.
I , , , ,. , ...
T.,v t.i iu It Tlo 1 i. lies of Alarrsville.
I " '
' l. .leo-r'nnl ,.. mite. eli.ni-e in the r
-.. - .
e-iucstrian costume, and take tlie luri l-i, i.t i.nK.iiier.
W iierever it is i-itroducel it will prove in so many
i resjK-cts snj-erior to the awk'jrarl sideways nn-de,
t that it must la-come very js pular. A M.iry;ille
jKIH-r s-iys of the I id.es in that place :
i They pri.j-' to thn.w away th" cumlierome and
I h..rse-sc:iring tiotince and adopt h' Turkish style i f
' habit. Use tlie male saddle, and iimutit their steels
; the same :ls " other folks.' And why not? Phy-i-i
ciaiis recommend invalids to take exercise on horse-
.:lcK. inn tins reme.1, iiii.icri.i.-1.ie...u..i..-o...
of ri-Iinir on side-saddles, is quite as
IIH1CI1 to ls
! feare.1 as the di.--:ie. and many t.f th'.' ladies think
tli. v in-iv a well die of coiisiiinotioii as bif.ken backs
or erushul brains. The ladies have ieen taking tn.
j matter under serious consideration of l.-:te, and have
I bravely re-lvcd to defy old fogy ism and ride as sense
land ei"-iiif..rt dictate. " We under tan-1 a party com
posed 01 nvi- or six ot our iiioi mniw-iKimuns
nr.- j.reparing their TurkL-l. -In-ssc s and will be ready
to take the !r on .orse.at tnc ' latter pari ... .n.s
week We in-tice this style (.f ndins is U-inir intro-
.b1c.1l anion" the Kn-lih ladies, and the mothers of
Yankee l-.v should not be excelled by the matrons
of tM fogy England.
j Legal Noti.t. R. 11. Stanley, administrator on
the estate of Julia Mocmalic, late of Lah.iimi,
.1,vca.MsL fives the usual notice to debtors and crodi
t..rs to settle the latter to pr-i nt their claims within
fifty dollars, remarking that it was a very serious ! the cii1!lXt another siiiielioly, whom the lady did not ' that the ants do them neither harm nor good ; hut
I case, and that had it not lax-it for the testimony as to ; know voiuIlteerel and was ilc-ccpted to singi and im- i are occnpie.1 in sucking the secretion of the aphides,
1 . . ,,.-iiiii . .1 . . ' which swarm fin diseased 1 .hints, and are parti v the
j occa,ionul mental nU-rration, he should have sent the : lnclj:,U.ly wont on and sang some vulgar songs. All lhe tffwt Gf dist-a.i. If he had care-
j prisoner to the Supreme Court for trial. The brutal these unfortunate circumstances should not and will fully watched the ants, he would have seen them
xnrr.s in tiii: tvri'K.
Vl-IT or T.IK I. A" K A V V V T' K M W.--Tii.- I". J5.
Steamer l.wLau-.ftua L it ll r.. lulu f..r llaiialei.
Kauai, on tlit rJM u!t., r. m., hiving a. passengers
Her Exec'lency Ruth Ker-l:k-l:ii:i, h ilt" sister to His
Maje-ty Kana-hatm-lia V., anl G'MTi.tss Il.-iwuii,
aii'l lit-r yuite; His LsocIK-noy l'.iul Kmci, (i"ti'rm.r
ofK.-m.ii. an-J Miito, an l Mi. I.- yiioM H'r l's-f-lfiii-y
on sioinjj on -.i r 1 t lie l.ackmrao nil wa
ju'coinpiii'il ly tho II. . Chilli.- 11. Ii.!u.p, of the
l'rivy (.'ouneil, au.l was mt-iviif vikli nyal iu-iiors.
The Lackawanna arrival at llasirui-i at t a. n., uu
the nil, aii-l lm lo-l her ilistiiijuiuHl pa.-iisrer
ilurh; t!.i f..n'iun, in pl healtli. As this
the tiit American Miip-of-war, anl the fnt steaia
tliip of war of any nation to visit Knaai, s-he was
uire a cariosity anJ the il.unler jrener.lly t ot-ke-1
On the oeca.-ion of tarirt-t j.i-a. tice with ti.c
treat cuns aii'l thelat exeivi.-e at M.inah'i. ''. ! s-
celh-ney J a l j;e Allen, the Chief I -e an.l ChaiKi-1-
lor of the KiiiL-'loiu, an l his f.iini'v 11 -v. Mr. John
son an l Mr. AVilc.x, of the Amn Vaii Mission, an.l sn.srtr, niixe-1 with an insidious compound (to be had
their families; Mr. Low, mana-ei- ..1 1 ,e lVm-eviHc at l'r- Hoffmann's) which were, with f-rat-rieidal
riantati-.ii, and other residents, we.-e entertained on "-tent, deposited in the nei-hlH.rhood of this innocent
IkkipI. On the 1st of June a. .v., the Lackawanna , f -mily lvtreat. Tlie direful c..i!s.tuences were, that
a-iiu m eived on lanl her former j a.-M-n-ei-f , the ' an uniniar-le-l moment, ratty was induced to par
fuuily of the Chief Justice, Mr. Wilcox and family take of the tempting morsels, and thereupon fell
of the Mission, and -me others, and steamed round deadly sick. Feeling hei-s-lf t"i extremh, and with
tlie western shore of the i-land to Koloa. anchoiinsr an instinctive knowletlfre perhaps that it was ,uite
Wilcox of tlie American Mis.-iuii, Mr. Low of Htin ilei,
and a few others, and after a ijuick night's run,
anchored in our harU.r at 10 a. m., on the 'Mi.
His Hi'-hness, the venerable Mattluw Keku-
anaoa, father of His Majesty Kamehemeha V., mid of that seen in tl e office of the lawyer, entered the Sil
lier Kxcellen. y the Governess of Hawaii, 1 i.d the . preme Court Po-oiii, and after one or two ineffectual
1 11.... i-i. ...1... u i!:.i..... t..,i t....rt ir..r
; ExCB ou s, !Ul1 iK.,irtllpe WM , ,u,,.k.(,
; M Mfhep ..liate to the
Sa,lli;ith ,,;IV t.r Escl.lleu,.y was cxe,.edin:r kind,
ftIi,, att0Iltvc to tll0 waut.,,.f those on l.ard the
Lackawanna duriu" the trip, and constantly sent
off t.. kens of her Aloha at Kol.a very substantial
! ,., i,i the shape of two big Lij.is, "a fithoui "
, , , fi 1 ,,lrL .-l.i. k.-.r- L 1 v. Ml.l.w in
. f.uaa, ti-li, turkeys, cluckeiis, ami vegetanies 111
. abundance. The ollicera of the LacUawanna eiijoye.1
their trip to Kauai exceeding and nre very much
1 iudebti-1 to their country-folks at Hanalei. Kaloa,
i Maluiualu and Lihue, f..r many hospitaMe and kind
uttentions so generously ixwtowct upon tiiem.
A SiiiMEFfL rBACTH'E. A case came to our notice
informe-I ln-ing one only of nianv similar transactions,
, . . . , ,.. , , " .. ...
ou.'bt to lie liiiiu.'lit to nublic notice and the oractice
ft J(j A native m .. ,
; nn ft,,,,,,,,,,, w;th a woman, and wishing to .
. 1 , -., . , , .r , '
: ,,.ive ,,t.r jj wit, j,;,,, t(K,k 10P lo a ll!lt;Te ilWvcr,
, ' .
; a, J,a,J au jofii.nH.nt ,f Si-rvice duly drawn Up ill
, , ,, ,, ,
accordance with the usual f.-rm, whereby she bound
: herself to serve him for the term of three vears, and
, , , , , , , , ,
do whatever he ordered her to do, he paying her the
sun, of five dollars a month for such service. The
parties wont ietore a not-iry l unc una ontaimM ins
' certificated their signatures .Napoleona Opio the
; I,mn' Kahoohanohano the woman and then had
the document duly recorded in the office of the Regis
trar of Conveyances. After having perfected all
these arrangements to their satisfaction, and as they j r c.ivernment g--t HKs-ion of the inland, it would be a a
, , it i venieiil st.. i.i.ing place f.ir the vessels routing from the China
supposed undoubtedly, lieyond the possihi.ity of any ,..,, Mihui! ,le noriheru ir. le. It might also !e made
interference, they rrocecle.1 to set l.p housekeeping ; vailahle as .ir..alii.g stali-n f..r the China steamers nu their
' J 1 1 ! royage from 1 ok.ihaina, which, if we recollect urighl, n 111
like any man and wife. But there V aS a husband ! ulmut thirty-two degrees of north latitude.
in the ease, to whom the " bound 11 male servant")
t... 1 1 r.. .. 1 ..1...... i. !
11,... 1. .u.w...... .u. .nvivj ...... .0 - .0....
had borilC children. Hut, through the seductive ill -
- . ....
. tiuences i.rougni to near upon ner ny tne - 1 ountr
XaiHileon," she was induce.1 to leave husband, chil-
! drcn and home, to follow the fortunes of a miserable
loafer. The husband made a compl't'nt to fie police,
nn.l 1.A mm. II, . M ..iw.l.! T. M r.l i 1I...H.
. ii- .ou iumj .i. i.i i '...ui.-.jr
Though the evidence, as is usual in such cases in
these times, was insufficient to procure a conviction.
i tlin Prrinn- wonnin wont bnct t.tlu-r l.liLm.l ul.n
n - -
receiveil her gladly and forgivingly, and the para
mour from whose appearance it would be prejvos
terous to supjiose that he was able -j hire anybody
was instructed that married women cannot make
i contracts without the consent f their husbands. It
j . . . . .. ., , ,
is s;ud, on goml authority, that foreigners, unmar-
, . .. . . ., , i :
practice of hiring female " servants," with an ulte-
1101 oojeci. x ins isanoiiici soicui cvaoinir una rvu-
tiering nugatory the statutes against oilenses.
e r J e
Ct ntors PiiKxoMEXox. The Paris Constitutionel I
has an account of a singular natural phenomenon,
! w hich was observed at the Island of llarotonga, OllC '
alnive high-water mark, j here was no special agita-
, tion of the sea, or even waves, but the ascent and '
. ... ... 1 .....v, c r...n, , . v . '.I. "l
, n.i , , . . .. . -.
calm. I he sea mounted and retired 111 this wav three
or four times, and then the oscillations gradually 1
ceased, the sea returning tranquilly to its habitual j
level. The corivsjH.n.leiit of the Constttiitioiirl, who j
furnished these facts for publication, thinks that the ;
oscillations or movements wei-e not those of the sea,
but rather of the island itself, a theory which the j
journal from which we quote discreetly says the cor-
respondent is solely resjsuisiblc for. !
The alaive phenomenon has la-en frequently noticed 1
, ,, ,. , I
at these islands, during the last thirty years, but has ;
, ..." . . .- ,
the laml. If there had been the slightest motion of
e 1;U1,1. il chl not have cseai-cd observation.
The Concert ox Monoav muiit. At the Royal i ., r. . ,
J i lor the P. C. AJveriiser.
Hawaiian Theativ, on Monday evening last, a very; Aphlra.
select and fashionable audience, in spite of the incle- i
ment weather, assembled to hear Madame D'Ormy's ; Bacon observes, in the Uginning .f his twenty
concert. Not only the elements, but every circu.n- tir-l Essay, that " an ant is a wise creature fr
stance seei.itsl to sro uni, rot.it ions. -Vo one could be : it.self. but it is a shrewd mischievous thing 111 an
1 1 --
found able or willing to accompany the lady on the
piano; a good piano, although at first promised, was ;
afu.rwflr,is tabued, the quartette, which was pro- !
M W;ls lruk,n up at the hist moment by the j
W(ul(lbe dilletanteisni of one of the fair, and to cap !
1 . . . 1 . 1 . . 'Xf . 1.... .. .. . . .
not iieii.ici iroin me laci iiiai ..ij.i.uuv n . i iuj is a
first-class ot-ratic artiste, and will yet prove herself
such to the satisfaction of a Honolulu au lience. We
. . . .... . .. . - :
learn tuat sue wilt siiortiy pvc anoiuer concert, in i
...,.:..i. .. m i.. .. 1 ,1... , ..!... ..
unumi.iu. n. .., .... ..........
the country, una oi wine:, uue nonce wui oc- given.
Cokonek's Inqi ests. A writer in the government j
newspaper, speakinir of the sudden death of a native 1
refciTe-1 to in our last issue, attempts to ridicule our
a.lv,-7acy ,.f the practice of h..lding coroner's in.piests
in c:ih-s of su l len death. On whose authority does
the writer state that the symptoms in the case of
Kaai were " not unusual," and dogmatically assert
that the man died of heart disease?' Ou no "author- ,
.... , ,..,
"J " l -
the Hawaiians never poison ene another. Ask any
..1.1 fnic-n resident, and it will le f und, umn cocsl
authority, that "sly poisoning," has 1-oen, and it is
ls lieve 1. is still to some extent carried on ai.ionir the
mimes. Well known cases can lie cited, which have
irre.l within only a few years. If. as is intimated
ii the Gazette, our legally apiminted coroners would
bunting up cases" if they were
paid by fees, then in humanity's name, alter the law
so that they shall get fees. As the c.ise is presented
by the government paper, rath.-r a dubious oompli-
ment is paid to the vigilance an l di-intcivstedness . '.
" the M-u-shal, Sheritis. and District Justice," whose
duty it is to act as coroners under the law.
The only arrival this morning is the sch. .f'jiui
kawai fn-in II. 111.1, via Kahului. The steamer i not
in uji to the hour of going to pro,, though signalled
j Katkwixatiox. This w.;.r.l, lmt eil.loin usel.
though it m iy U foun-I in a'l Knjrli-h I'i.-ti.. Hani's
' iui.l..ul tolly nivalis the iva-'i.iiij; ol" r.it as e shall
pr-ee.l to shvw. t'cl.ster ilennes a rat as " a trou
Mesoiue animal, hut heinir'nt have aIhI, a reavc
ii:? one. So lvp ao as Sliak-p.n-e's times this
opini. a ha.I Ik-jtuh to irain ;;.iu. 1, fi.T in the Temp
est, sj-akin of nu unsafe alinle, we re.ul
tli vrrv nit.1
IuUlm:IIv1 lutj ija.t a."
The rat whve tail we new uufwllha l f..unl a coni
fortat.le home an-1 huilt herself a snu: nest out of oM
hriefs ami outlawed hills in a nrely opi'ne.1 drawer
in the ofiiee of a Honolulu lawyer. Here she sueklel
her ten.ler younjr, to the nuinlK-r of seven, no (luiil.t
in foii.l lvlianee on the principles of equity ptactiee.
She was if the l.hwk kiml, lare, fit an.l shxk, a
Chinese importation, thoiiirh it ihs not appear
whether she lua.le her a lvi-nt here in Company with
the celel-rateil crow. But her il.mie-tie felicities
were lix.'ineil to 1 interrupte-l. Her retreat was ilis
coveieil, and me one, with malice afoivthought,
eunniiigly pprea.l pieces of hre:vl with butter and
seem, it is nevertheless true, that within less than
forty-eight hours from the time the dialmlical scheme
of poisoning was carried into effect, a large, black,
motherly-looking rat, similar in all appearances to
' tittemiits to si lUeak out it s trrie vanccs. uuietl v bi-eatheil
it, last on the very floor of the temple of justice ! and
! at the fin-t of one of the officials of the Court. A
n.en.lK-r of the bar who was piv t, and doubtless
! 'ntertaincl a tmng antipathy to anything of the
! vermin kind, seiziil a padlock, (always kept hanging
! r"urt room, as a hint that lawyers must keep
'' hulU at tlie wntl-rtauate inetnber
i -' tlie 1 o.iilv p nus MH, aliwdy alas, .iefunct. Why
- - j j
' d"1" 4 P-o-' -tty go into the 1 oh, e Curt, before
P'"'S UP '. " - "7 pri:itn to tue up-
! P01" Court? It may be that, with the i.ishnct of her
race, she lii-lieveil that justice " for mice and men"
was surest foiled at the fouubiiu head.
in pttc.i !
A S in.oa's Yarn. The San Francisco papers con-
i laH .,nIuR nwUIlts of the discovery of an island
101-fli of Ihis group, locateil in Lat. 40 GO and W.
I-njc 151 The AUn says:
"Til- rait:iin "f itiv l-.trk f".Ai'ion, living on a voyac
l'r.i.n the S.iti.ln'ich llau.l.s. In.iiii.1 to lhe iii.riliern c.iast, hIi.h
in : ihiI f.riv d.-;ri's.4 norlli latitu.lt-, f.rtiu.l while running in a
H. ' . hang.,1 e....r, lmt there iH-ii.s w. lan.l li.l
ii"wn in lux chart, il il ol not strike linn at hrst that he wan on
n.minlings. After a time he onlen-il nut lhe leail, nn.l I.iuml
ileen water, hut as he naileil Hl-.tig anil s.unueti, he liquid the
wul',.r i.iii,, u,a e, i, ,,. n.ih.miK, when he ..-
: memi-il n i.x.k r..r lami, an.l alter a while, ih-..vemt thr.meh
' the f. if .11 island, al..nir which he maMed f.ir some f.rtv miles,
! The ilai..1 wan l..ited with hir.U. and the water alive with
j tXi$ 1,." Zl? m'.d'"hat
uny one-uv knew i liimi iiaTiaiMius. 1 uc laiituae i tnc n-
uirliil iliitv.'rt! Itiiiil i 4(t '111 tmrlh mill tilt lot uritililt-
1 J51- wnU ,,, i5ij mii.-s in a due westerly line ir..i,i
a I .ilcilil.H 1111. 1 lie 1. apiaiii 111.1 not ia.i.1 aim lioi.- n-ri-.-.i.ii
of the island, hut rek.rt slates that I lie Federal aulh.irilies have
telegraidiiil the facln to Washington, ami askeil l..r iuMrurlinns
as lo s.-ti. ling a Nali-iiml vesael in search of the reirtel die.iv
erv. If this reix.rt should l.n.ve to have f.uiudaliou in fart, and
The Bulletin of May t8 says :
1 The ,tX dirvery or an island in the North
! Pacini-, inlold.g. W. long, and 40 deg. mill. N.lat., has
I evciled consi.leralde interest among matarnig men in this oitv,
! ui,.. a ,m,iM-rf sea -..,.tains rei-.n having eiih. r seen the
island or indications of laud in its vicinity, some of the iartien
having finssel hy it from 2o to 30 years ago. Among others,
I'apt. Keulr.ell, a lale pilot of this iirt, rejiorts having seen
the island and determiii.il its Hiiiou h ohservatioii. making
it in laO d. g. 40 linn. . and 40 deg. -10 linn. the island
heing. according to his view, uhout 20 miles long. On his
arrival in 1-orl, t-a-t. Keutell reji.irt.il tlie discovery to the
customs aulhorilii-s, hut no sto were taken hy them to have
lhe island examined or takeii js.ssessi.iu of hy a I nited Stales
It Feetns too bad to spoil a good story, but the above
will probably turn out to le a sailor's yam, as it
smacks most decidedly of the forecastle. The spot
in question (North Lat. 40 30; West Long. 150)
has been sailed over a hundred times at least. In
1803, we were on board the bark Yankee, Capt.
Paty, ImiuikI fi-oin Honolulu to San Francisco, and at
2 mMl of August ,( our givcn
! North Lat 41 31, and W. Long. 153 30. During
i "e twenty-four hours, the bark lieat against
j -T , . j , , M fi k-
. , P . . , , , . , , . , ,
I to and fro, directly over the above reported island,
1 , t x
1 ,,.r .In, lfltli l.o l.ni-L- m.dihnn l..it An O III
...... ...v. " w j ...... .... .. J
Long. 1-j. Has statement can be corroborated by
reference to Com. Paty's chart. If it is not eutti-
r-i(.,,r to airUfV nnr San Fraiieisen lieirrMm
eighbors that they
have been sold this time, they had K-tter send a fleet
out to examine for themselves. Be sure and don't
take foggy weather for the expedition.
A Haw if ax's Love-lettkr. The following is a
translation of a note in Hawaiian that was picked up
111 iiiu ptim inv o.iiei u.i . 11 .iim niiiu leiiiums
- .1... ... . .i.A .1.... Tt 1 .
,ne 01 tlie MJ1C 01 i'st-iau, especially the reterence to
the nose :
"Honolulu. Dearest love: Miss A. There is
preat love between vou and I. You are the rose that
,:ikes mv heart to flutter. I am shivering with love,
like one" that is out in the dews of niidniirht. All
the InW in my Isj-ly is rushing back and forth. I
think of the song
'ri' growth of my love
Hisordcrs mv body,
Tll.lt ;s tnlP- Tn ne is tllis I1(JS0 a, no one eise
01 my iHsiy. uooo r.vc.
This refers to tlie Hawaiian mode of salutation by touching
orchard or garden." On this observation Whately j
" Tllia W!W r''''!y t'.10, cstablwhcl notion in
Jrschig VhuiS in itJl wit,',
ants, attribute.1 the mischief to theia ; the fact U-ing
....I-Ir.,. ,I.a nr.l.i.lnf .,.! ttiO nr.l.i.l..Q llli'lino fl.O
ri nn. .ov M-n-.v, . ..-...-. ..c ...
" I5ut Bacon, though he had a great fancy f.r
making observations and experiments in every branch
f. ....I ,,i,;i,,i,bv nn.lii itural history was i-e-
ot ""tural I'il'I nj "' natural in nay , was re-
,,,,.i...iiv llfiil in 1 hat ilei.artnieiit
niarkai.lv unskilllui in tuat uepi
Now, Mr. lilitor, as I am no entomologist, I wish
to inquire which of the two is wrong Bacou or his
annotator ? I have the impression that it is not be-
cause plants and trees are diseased that they are cov-
ered with aphides ; but that the aphides arc the
occasion of their U-ing diseased ; and that the ants
are the cause of the plants and trees 1- ing covered
ith aphides. Thus I attribute the blight so much
complained of on cofice trees and fig trees, and many
f,,-n..r kinds of trees to the aiitS. If 1 am COr-
rect in this, then the philosopher aa rigni in saving
that "an ant is a shrewd thing in an orchard or
As the blight occasioned by aphides is a matter of
much practical nni- rUnce to all who wi.-h to culti-
vate fruit and ornamental trees, I hope that some of
your renders will give the puMic the Wnefit of their
observations on the habits of ants and aphides; ami
should they make known some feasible way of abat-
ing the nuisance, they would 1-3 regarded as bene-
flot(rs ,v a are fnd of good fruit, and who
, ...-..- - .- 1 . .
' S lufful trees. Ai.l.,ns.
Jxf The examination of the R'-y il SV-liool, under
tne charge of Prof. Kinney, took place on Friday,
and passed off creditably to both teachers and scholars.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS!
I'y the vlippper ship Smuiliti. 1.1 days from San
Fi ain.ioo. we have dates to the S'.'th of May.
; Wsii;;ro. May "JT. The following was re
: ccived at the iK-p.u un.-nt of State May 27. Iti7 :
j 7'. .Vir-iA.- We have this moment received the
1 following dispatch by telegraph i.i Galveston.
: dated Matamoras. May 21 :
I Sas I.i is Pot.isi. May l.". !tirr!siilil My
Ilsti i ined Friend Viva la patiiu! (jiierelaro fell
by force of arms this morning at eight o'clock.
' Maximiiliati. Mcji.i. Castello and Mirauion are our
prisoners. (Signed) I'.kmto Ji akk..
! Yours, truly, M. Ii. M aksham-
11 I.u 11 IMII.
Maiamouas, May 23, via New Orleans. The
following has Im-ii received from C'cncral lco-
boda by the Minister of War :
At three o'clock on the morning of tlie loth La
j Cruse was taken by our forces, who surprised the
j enemy. Shortly after the garrison were made
' prisoners our tropps occupied the Plaa. while the
' enemy retreated toward Campafia. where our ar
. tillery caused him to surrender at eight o'clock
a. m. Ma.xiuiillian and his (Jeiu-rals Mcjia and
, Castello surrendereil uncoiulitioiially. You w i!l
, give the Fiesideiit my congratulations on this tri
' uinpli of the national army. (Sigued)
j Cen. Kseobcda reports from tlie interior that
Juarez has ordered Maximillian and all his generals
to be shot.
! M vr.vMoif.ts. May 25. Tlie Liberal force which
) took possession of IJueretaro has started for the"
I eapital. Commodore J. S. 1'ayan. of the Mexican
; navy, has been ordered by (Jen. Harrisabal to the
' command of an expeditionagainst Vera Cruz. The
1 Liberals have taken possession ol the steamer
iV;i. for naval purposes. So ends the
1 struggle in Mexico.
f,,.,u' r' uh'r tA J '' aro. which was uncoii-
! ditional. Juarez ordered Maxinnllian ami his
t;,.n,.rais lo be shot.
Nkw VoIiK May 28A Waslillrton savs
j a semi-official report from (Je.ieral rorliro Dias to
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. daloupe Hidalgo on the 3d. giving an account of
j the capture of I'uebla. does not mention any
i slaughter of Imperial officers. Since the investing
; ot" Mexico the Imperial Ministers were offered to be
I surrendered if personal guarantees for their safely
: were given. (Jen. O'llaron agreed to deliver up
j Manpiez if his own life would be spared, l'rinee
j Sulm Saliti. w ho was on Maxiinilli.in"s stall, through
i his wile, the l'rincess, reijuested permission to go
! to Queretaro. and promised to induce Maximillian
I to surrender by representing to him the terrible
( condition of affairs at the Capital. Jiazaine, before
I leaving, proposed to deliver up Maximillian, M Ira
nian and Marquez. together w ith all the cities still
: held by the French, and also proposed selling all
j the anus and ammunition to the Liberals, in plain
terms. The proposals were rejected as dishonor-
Nkw Oki.kaxs, Mav 27. A Brazos despatch con
fu ms the capture of Maximillian. Juarez, in reply
to Minister Campbell, recounts the grievances
sutlered by Mexico in consequence of the conduct
of Maximillian, and declines to promise his safety.
Pim.AnKi.i-iiiA, May 20. The Mayor has ordered
; the enforcement of tin1 liquor law, passed by the
1 last Legislature, prohibiting the sale of liquor from
! midnight to sunrise, and also on Sunday.
I Washington, May 20. The population of 37
j States last November, according to the returns of
: the revenue districts to the Census Bureau, wua
; oLludoi. The States and territories together
' have 31,500.8i2.
The limes' correspondent says that the war by
; Spain against Chile and Peru will soon be renewed
with vigor. The squadron w hich left Santiago will
: be joined at Montevideo by the ironclad Yiaicit
; and other vessels.
1 A special to the Juumal says the cholera is rapid
' ly advancing up the Mississippi. Cities along the
j river are preparing lor the advent of the disease.
I MouiLK, May 22. General Pope haa deposed the
' Mayor and Chief of Police, and has appointed as
j Mayor Gustavus llorton. father of the Kev. Mr.
1 llorton. who was killed at New Orleans, and Mr.
Coldinion, Chief" of Police. Ex-Mayor Withers
u,ow" lu ,"ei71! oayom-t, auu
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is iiiiu to Laae tlie uuiu o, icuiiy.
I iNKW iukk, .May 24. ine union Ueague held a
. session yesterday evening. Resolutions of censure
j of Horace Greeley were introduced by (J. W.
' Blunt. A substitute was ofTered by Tom lb Van
! B-iren condemning the bailing of Davis without
' alluding to Greeley. This was amended by saying
: that there was nothing in the action of Greeley
j calling for any proceedings by the Club, which
Nkw Yoisk. May 21. A dispatch from Boston
! says that twenty-three students were expelled from
' Philips' Academy, at Andover. for violatinir the
rules of the establishment.
! A Washington letter says that a letter of the
, President, offering Greeley the New York Post
I mastership, last winter, will soon be published.
i The President has definitely declined visiting
New York. May 25. The I'oicltaltun sailed from
1 Panama, for CaKao, on the 11th.
There were in the harbor of Panama, on the
' H h. the United States steamers friranac. Witterre
Uiidif.fiM; the lhitish steamer Seoul, and the
j Columbian steamer JifUv'tr.
j At Aspinwall, the United States steamer Osceola,
' which had just returned from Carthngena, with
fourteen seamen taken of tin; steamer Jlnyo. by
j order of our Consul. The Spanish frigate 1irus
I le Fitbisa has taken possession of the llayo, and
1 her commander has given the captain forty days to
j prove to whom she belonged.
i New Oklkaxs, May 21th. The Republican party
of this State has adopted, as a part of its platform,
that the building of the levees is a proper object of
: the National Government, and demanding the abo
lition of the cotton tax, declaring that interest
: should be fostered.
; The Ctiuunt rrittl says it is asserted that from half
! to two-thirds of Charleston is owned by Frazer,
I Treiiholin & Co.. w ho are reported to have last year
I paid taxes on fourteen millions of property in
Cnir.voo, May 27th. Some of the few remaining
1 strikers have been arrested for attempting to intimi
date workmen engaged on the ten-hour system.
The excitement is over, the strike has all died away
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liiropcan I ii l cl licence.
New- Yokk, May 2.!d. The Africa has arrived
with later dates from Lurope.
The whole Russian army will be provided with
breech-loaders by the end of June.
The treaty of commerce between Italy and the
Sandwich Islands has been ratified.
New Yokk, May 27th. The U.-rnhl has the fol
St. Pkteksiu i:c. May 2."uh. The Government of
tie- United Slat.-s has offered to sell to the Czar the
famous iron-clad M'-'nii'inoiiwh. a frigate, and two
new very fast iron-clad war cruisers. The propo-
sition is favorably received by the Emperor and
Cabinet, and is bkely to be accepted.
Pakis. May 19. Ten thousand tiersons were on
the Chautitly course, at the French Derby. Tin
King and (Jin-en of the ISclgians. and many EtigUh
and Americans, were there. Thirteen horses ran.
J'-ih-i' ii n w as the w inner. The betting was ani
mated, and generally against J'alricii a.
r.Kr.i.tv. May 2iih. A horrible plot has been dis
covered in Hanover, haviutr for its chief purpose
the assassination of King William and Count Bis
marck. Some notables residing in this city are in
volved. Several arrests have been made, and it is
thought the scheme is entirely frustrated.
j Madrid accounts state that the internal troubles
, ol Spain are increasing, and fears are entertained
that a political crisis is at hand.
New Youk. May 23d. The llcrall's cable report
' May 22 of the Derby, says that over a quarter of
million people were present, and five races were
, run. Thirty horses ran for the Derby stakes, ot j
' forty thousand dollars in gold. Five false starts
: were made, the rain falling at ihtervals. Astait
j was finally made, and the race 'run spb-did time.
All the f.norites were beaten, ami "Hermit " won
, by a half length. A snow prerailed at the moment
i of the victory. Marksman ' came in second,
winning the second purse of 2.0o(i guineas.
i huMi.iv. May 27ih evening. An ofboial iles-
pan h s.is l,e li.iO'liiiih nl his i rtiiiiiuli-d all lhe
capital -eiiii iic.-s ol Fenians lo iuqu ioiui nt lor
Denmark has notified her 1 irrsentatiT,i at IVrr
eigu conns that Prussia is neotiotioT for tke relro
Cesion ot Sehles wig lo 1 1. lititii. U.
Bkiu.ix. May 1 Ith. Pi iuee Willi.iro J fares for
Paris next wit k.
Lie::i-ikiu May 21. etching. I'raM-r, Trer
holm V Co.. cotton in;ii:;if.u liners in this li.'y, mv
said to have su-pciiile.l. Liabilities large.
Lomhiv. May Hill. The anicfiilmoiit to there',
form bill, providing lor ten pound lodger fiauchiio
w:s ad iptiil.
Pvkis. May llih. The M, ,;tr fliciully an
nounces to lhe Oops l.egi-l.nil thill tl.e pi i re ol
Europe is not to be liisitu bed.
Pai::s Evening May 11 The resei n-s recent--ly
called out for service are dii banded.
Lomhiv. May l.'-th. The Briiish Government i
about to un. lei lake tl.e Construction of eh-Vell light
houses 011 v. u ion oiiits of the Japanese itiast by
request of the Tuo!l.
Bkiu.iv, May lo. t-veiiing. A reporf which has
been in circi.iatioii. that the liui;m Govei nnn nt
had bought or was seeking to buy a fleet of A inert
can iron-clads. "11 officially denied by the Prussian
Lomhiv. May loth. evening. Contacting at1--counts
hate bit-u received here as ti result ol'
the recent military operations iu the Dlalid' ofs
Candia. Several naval engagement have taken'
place: both Cretans nnd Turks claim success.
The latest dispatches from others assert that the'
Turkish army under Omar Pasha has been defealetD
in a general hattle.
Rerun. May ltUh. evening. The North- (let
man '.o -'. the organ tl Prime Minister Iiis:.rarck
says the execution of the treaty signed at luidon.
and the evacuation of the Fotlres of Lnxeiiiburg
by Prussia, will be ili'Vieult of acconiplishmeni
within the month pn-si ribeil by the IauuIoii Con
ference, and Prussia will int-d more lime.
Nkw Yokk. May 17th. A llft;thVs special Ton
don. May loth, says a numerously a I tended and'
very imposing meeting of the reformers of England
was held at St. James Hall to-day. The assem
blage was called with the view of supporting a
proper and well adjusted plan ol household and
lodger franchise. Some of those present were in
clined to accept w hat are known as the Cabinet
cone't'ssions on these points, but John Bright UcIIt-eri-d
ail' address to the assemblage, and nrgnoit
ver favorably against D'Nriicli' bill and Its
amendments. He showed that iu mere justice to
the will of the people, ns expressed in this and
other nut-tings, the Liberal inemlM-r of the House
of Commons should reject the measure altogether,
by voting against it unanimously at the third rrad
iuir. and thus compel the Cabinet to remit theqm-r-tion
of reform to the people at large.
I-ialc America 11 Telegram.
The Democratic mnjority in Keiitucky oer botb
parties is 42,u00.
New Oki.ka.vs. May 13. A Republican inns
meeting was held on Saturday night, II Hi, consist
ing mostly of negroes. Sheridau has removed tliv
Clerk of the District Court for fraudulently Issuing
naturalization papers. The kop.iblicjuis are advo
cating the appointment of uegru policemen.
In Louisiana registration und-ir the military re
construction bill is progressing rapidly. Two--colored
Inspector) if Customs wro appointed I
yesterday. Mayor Heath designs to open public
schools for whites and blacks iiuiifeci iiuiualcly .
This is one of the results of Kelb-y's visit.
The Supreme Court have decided by a iimjorrfy
of one that notes given in payment for nogroe sold
before the war are invalid. This decision invlie
many millions of dollars.
Under the orders of the War Department,' the
United States Armory at Springfield will turn tint
five hundred breech-loading l ilies a day . until a
sufficient supply of these effective weapons Khali
Revenue Commissioner David 'A.. Wells ha
sailed for Europe, to investigate the condilion of
manufacturing in England and Belgium, and the
English method of collecltng revenuo by stumps,
the methods of supervising distilleries, etc. lie
hopes to return by September and report to Con
gress. New Yokk, May 15. The 77wti' special Wash
ington dispatch says : Colfax expresses the opin
ion that no meeting of Congress will take place in
July. None of the radical members now ' here,
including Boutwell, Ashley. Butler and others,
have any idea of a quorum being found prese-nt in
either branch at that time.
In the Supreme Court Justice Davis delivered
the opinion of the Court in the Do Haro case, af
firming the decree of the California Court in favor
of the city of San Francisco. Do Haro was a mere
tenant at will, and his title a simple license to
occupy lands for purposes of pasturage, and wus
subject to revocation at any time.
New Yokk, May 9. Superintendent of Police
Kennedy has ordered the enforcement of the Sun
day law. which prohibits the sale or exposure of
any goods on Snnday,except bv Jews, whose busi
ness is dosed on Saturday. All rest a 11 rants, cigar
shops and drug stores aie to bo closed.
.The American Bible Society's receipts of the year
amount to 731,000. About a million and a quar
ter of books were printed.
Washington, May Ij. The Russian legation
communicates the following to Secretary Seward :
" Sr. Peteusiu iui, May 15. The treaty iu rati
fied. Bodisco carries it back immediately.
(Signed) D. Goktsciiakofv." ,
In the future postage upon all letters, tor what
ever destination, exchanged in the mails with
Great Britain, will advance by a singlo rate for
each half ounce or fraction thereof, same as upon
IoMm, May 10. The death sentence nf the con
victed Fenian Doran has been commuted to tt long
term of imprisonment.
Derbv officially savs the Government will make
public the re-al history of the recent Fenian upris
ing, which were kept buck on account of appre
hended troubles by certain foreign Governments,
which are involved in the plot.
Seven or eight cases of cholera occurred at
Negotiations between the British and Spanish
Governments relative to the Tornado case are still
Lord Stanley si ill insists on the liberation of all
persons whom the Spaniards hold as prisoners.
In the British House of Commons, Gregory said
the Irish Land Tenure bill would not be accepted
unless it provided for the adoption of a. system of
The peace Society had expressed ' its gratitude
for the personal intervention of Victoria to prevent
The Queen of Spain has sold almost all her jew
els in London. One diamond watch chain brought
A fipecial dispatch to the Ut raUl. 'dated London,
May 9th, says : The terms of settlement are that
no troops shall be retained in Luxemburg except
a force neccessary to maintain order. The settle
ment will be signed on Friday (10th.)
The Jm-nJhh L'o.sse has an editorial on th- Eas
tern question, intimating that France and othor
Powers have secretly encouraged the Sultan to
despise the demand of the Cretans and to disregard
the counsels given in behalf of his Christian sub
jects. The Derby Reform Bill passed the Commons by
a majority tili. Mr. Gladstone said the Govern
ment bill was shallow, transparent and dissimula
ting in its pretence of a measure for the extension,
of the franchise, and despaired of its ever being;,
made a good or beneficial one by the uuicndiueats
in the House.
John Bright delivered a speech, and declared the
Derby bill the most unjust and offensive measure
ever submitted to the Commons.
It appears that the amendment to the Reform
Bill, which was carried against the British Govern
ment in the House of Commons, was for the reduc
tion d preliminary provincial residents to become
voters from two years to one year. Bright made a
warm speech in its favor.
The Suez canal is rapidly approaching comple
tion. It is expected to bo ready for large ships In
LoNti-ix. May loth Evening. Lord lyons,
formerly Minister to the United States, has been
appointed to succeed Earl Cowley as Ambassador
from Great Britain to Franco.
Behi.ix, May loth Evening. The funeral of tho
late American Minister (Governor Wright) VMH
place to-day, and was attended by all the Ameri
can residents and visitors, ant alio Uy a. large
number of citizens.
New Yoj:k. May 1 Ith. It Is stated that the Sul
i : of Turkey commissions M. Blaconque to obtain
iroi .lads and small arms in America.
It is stated that Napoleon suggested, the. purebaM
of the London Coiilerence by hunting to Lord Cow
ley that France sought no aggrandizement, undj
would acquiesce in neutralization.
II. M. WHITN Li