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BY C. S. DARTOW,
Of WXDSX3DAY. : : : MASCH 25th.
. - AT 1 OXtKTC A. M., -
IT THE tEMDEME OF MM. B. F. MOW,
WILL BE SOLD TUB
Entire Valuable Household Forcitare
-CuMif m "or
j-p'rad! Haes Walatf PaHar Set, eoasBlete.
Bliielt WlnA Hair Ctata Son,
puss. W llr tint .
BlsB W sinot Parlor thnlra.
H&tl Wslont tin. Caolr. 4mm cover,
blauk W eiuwl Cnw 'an, Cd Taol,
. . WlxMot, ami Ottnmmn.
fclrsnn fhin Caf.
IM A-4s Ck.. Brnaael Carpetta.
pte rt',nO I Poi D"" A alter n.nnlit.
aiffiur aa an a. IlkaM so. Adckrra,
rn.ta Var, Svl TM, Knrmlnr.
Cw Kar4 ami Men. Km SioVonorti,
Viae Walont lalraiiua Innine Tabt.
C'Hin Wwtm 1 MaeOMi kat fo4 eraVr,
T- Ba. 'X 1"B Carp-tlu,
,. to. 1 w " Pi"r",
Tln I'MMui tnaua Chaira,
Flae SUL TSalaat CkaaiWr ra rail a re,
ftn-fc Waton rJnloa4. ttafble-top Bora.
' WwMtawt OmwK
f . Kr earf Aacsr. aMtaiaa) tA art eaasperW.
Alva WaHKU. lvuj ant fin Botmi, otaA u4
SpleatDo Large Kaa WararaW, very caaif lefr.
Ilalwc-anr Vsrlmnr. C"nne CaMnrt,
Hair uraa. Hair am Peata? Pillow,
T ito Lin i. Blank. Qam,
T.rt ouojpo. Bedstead.
toiUie kVo Bedetaa.1 witA Al Pillows od "Msttraaa-
a vary MM a-Wete.
Chinas Curtain. IUlilui( Tab,
Beaual Deaa, UorWn .i,
. I, aililoa of lnwr P Ha ami Oanlm Tmm, and ttm
9 Caoie Plana us pt
Crclry aat Dlalax War,
W4e Granite tHaoer Seta, ,
Ik.iw tUMWT "Ww.
UohI Ba aatf (1K aara) T rta,
a tarn aaanrtmant af Tmrm, Ooelat, WU OUai ra. fTaW
Cumn. C"V t rwa, aart th lanwl aaaavtaMoa
4 K,ira raroMara, iMf, -,
I, Urlm nna anI T o'a ruiowa aaa vaps aww.
AT U O'CLOCK
Oat CaUleria Banta Plaaa, Baaafraaj
CurrUi j JJom. Om4 0Uil Uur.
U L CJ I li i n sal i: !
0I FEIDA7, : : : : : 2IABCH 27th,
'' At ! iTokicfe. A. At hlnlUMB,'
A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE.
t tub; dtork s the isdebsicv.
, Good English Floor Oil Cloth,
S Isaf. I'M, Post, aa4 13 fast WUU.
fA U JOUX THOl WATBUnoCBC
' Notice to Whalers.
A r.i.ti flnnnlv rx Qlnra r!lfttrlTtr.
ff'J x w -.w -or
.r-.-r.u k lfstaB lru:iw I
2) UIO Banata far Capo, esparto by Am Cosset.
Wilt ka B4l a. re-ry Law Rabeo.
raja jon.t TnoL WATKBUOCSC
Sperm and Whale Oil
rr tub: cihk. ihrrkl ok c.allox.
r Wtil ao s-4.1 al reltscaa tbrm. by
U u C L. JUCIUB.DB A CO.
. .Cotton and Hemp Canvai, -
ALL SIMBKRs AT LOWtR RATES
abaa bare beo tm Ittnt aaarket ia yoara. Ap
ply early (1B f C. L. KICUAKM A CO. -
Just Received and for Sale,
THE CARGO OF BARK " RAINIER,'
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
riORTH-VEST LUMBER !
' Wal' Cedar Shlasle.,
Latbt a.d Tickett.
hxkee Planed North-west Boards,
Sorfaee Planed North-west Plank.
- ' liaaUll.MitaMelbr Uoadioa;, A Ac
Also, Received' per " SyTen,"
t t , " . AN iJtTOICai Or j
" ' AM IXTOICK Of'-
. . . .
Door. Window mid Blind !i
Wi: HAVS OH HAHD
AO slars Wroacht so4 Cut Xaila. Wbite LeaJ, Zioe Paint.
ie4 LbriorA Oil, ArM TrprrH.r. Csjoi A tfoaaar Varnlab.
CaaeA Varauah, a4 a eariety of
Paints in Oil and Water.
A KW AXI-
Select Assortment , of Wall Paper!
1 - . ' ALSO ,
Window Glass, Sheet Lead, Paint and Wall
is ru sues,
r. A 3II A COM PLETK ASHORTM EXT OF
Etuuil JjimJr. Jl1el hinnlfsr rickds,
Jun.. Lttttlr, r are.
- LEW ER At DICK BOX.
.14 it . r iet. km aoA Merebant Sta.
Fno.M is' izyr York :
Per Comet and Steamer Idaho.
TaJeTiiRi.. iib:r he axd wise."
B A Dr. Hbwul,
Sail H.oa o's WarA O-.tbrrto.
Whittkrr's rent on le ISracb, plain and
bittwr's tane Baal. plo'O sort g ilt,
' AreM Want In L ilm.
treorn Virtun'a Jloavtans of lb Prince Canaan.
rrul Arae,a s Trare la bnulJ aaU Ibo Aasaaoa
Ihs Coiiln's siiut'rtol Afrie .
Ba f buna's Anoni. LaoO.
rVtyrrs Him Plyavttl, Pnlplt.
Kkkne exnn Knttonky. by Mby.
bobio Roan too tHrkkr, ay Kosby,
lliatnr, of the Atlonlie TtrTl.k.
Mas MthAosh'a Italorbral oeel,0pllaet, MCb4b
siivllaa; awl poper.
Tke L'.ttoaa. b, Aaioer.
Boos tt.y k ternibrr.
Mr. Wyayar.r W.rt.by rUlaaeo Leo,
b-ol onri Bar, Utar wit. basse and aoeeJoaea of tbe Bar.
A4oatareo of Itonarl lUlta.
Chrlovwrary. or Lsoavs on tae Coawo Kiarloaa af Cbriot
Last Vbniattbr f Krw(, by Xrullope,
Bno Inrt't Lsnit .f Tbor.
Breath!., of a Art er Life.
I CanyWe ImlMxk the Ormt. sola, eoapieta.
Ma InWi Cnk B, arr rtiwa,
M.ot Brnrnrr'eCoa Bb.
MeaaVs altar of lie rpi,
TenoTOwt'B ptvaie. complras.
LmlWiu' waw. thrro sola, aoasphrte, .Ut.
M-a4rs of MlooM kaealrr.
TTW TBOiJny of Ih t.ro-k Pueta.
Qirrtmu,, 1,. rrai, hy Ptrr llenoro.
Lbaa. a oeel.by 'Miila.
rrn. H-arby ant hi Mm.
bis Uwkin I a Vear. a nuVeeffiirM at ba Beiag.
Hrpoei-Ut Di son's Jlea Anmrs.
Boe p Bake rnvmry. ami Kw lo keep It.
Aannal al rcota Dacoeery, fcsteat iaaac,
Baavs t.Kial nod ruM Wurhip,
Crone 4 Uy. nrwe !beooadMkb,
TaarrToo Phe.. by Onto,
aan.ua of tae bVpal.oc,
bs riar' Uuulr.
ao's Jtanaol of EntftUb Lltrralare.
fwbe' faaMMas M-n U M'idrra Tiasra,
The Am Uaehaa.).-
4ua's tndrut and Mnlrra Grorre, X role.
Hasoeir, p.k.( ri(irvrrr's book, new editioa,
Joot'a Pby.icsl t.Mrxrimr,
"eot's Botane. a new ana full eilUioo.
tee's Pairy B.k.
f1" otaat Tan. 1st and Zl parts.
. i's oilrartorfra freacfe Oraasaar.
frs Last of tko Baroca.
Jke laenliiaky LryrnJ,. 1 oaax.
r elUna I rst Bonk, now edition,
" ""'. blaaaal. lock, gat,
C'Tl, "b. gilt.
J Jban s PrtsMrs, 1m, zd and 3d Readers,
e hlftr taar.
,mx" , Toileea of tbe Sea.
1X0 1 T1KILTT Of THE LITEST X0VELS-
TOK SALE CHEAP BY
11. m. wsmmr.
w Layer RaUins,
"-AD BARTER HOtrt. tX
v. vuD. .ornate-. I. HAHIVrTT.
sa Orr ami m4 tt.
1 Galw Iwat-jnAa best Tspojce,
, I CB lI-aa fr Ina Tlamr.
Taaakatfa ar avry ana! Bar Caally acakiaaa.
al ail tmlk a4 mrm, ts K. W. wL rr aaW by '
' IRA RICHARDSON1.
Iaprtr aa4 DaUr la BtsSas aa4 Cat!raraa
Carr t'tt mm4 Hrrtknt Slrtttt,
HJSOLCLr. II. I. ty
I)alr la Carral 3IrrtBaaU,
rm CP ROOF STOKE,
Corner of Ilufd ami JV'wtitN Strrtts, Honolulu, JL J.
retail EaCaUlfcaatat Saaaaa Strtrt.
I Ab U rrmr Slorr. y
JOIIX THUS. U'lTEKIIUlNK,
Iprtr:aa4 Dealer la Ceaeral Hrrtkaa!ie
UULLU Av CUH
Ship Chiadlenaad CaaiBilvJai Mertkant,
ParUraWMtaBtioai paid c tfc arcLaM ao4 Hit af Haaraiiaa
fcafara kjr araMalno la
Mcaarm. C. A. WntUaa A Co- Mrar. C. Bmrr A Co..
Mcarra. Caacl A t', . )nm II. Harkfcld A Co..
Mcaara. If. C Watersaa... Mcaara.C. U Rlchanl A Ca.
lO 1 I;iy.H Irom Itonton !
JJITJt '(). I M4CKEUEU
UalfbbM. Mraa Tork. .
Quarter UXa. MtM Prk.
B1T bU. DrWU AtT-l anau.
English Dairy Cheese, small very good,
0f Cor Starch.
rmum A MmtUT Taaat tVwilrr.
rmbt'i Kal Cbocnlalr,
M.V arra)' 07brra 0,
UcMorra's CHtrn 1 tb.
SacMarray'a K.rfr S !.
dleJWarraj'a Lutaur 1 lb,
f a TaMa Salt witaJ aoara.
frmh Table Adc 3i lb asa.
frrah BaJawMa 3 H liM.
Imt Balaaa 1 lla.
Lswia tiharfelnaw 1 VJV Jr.
Lrwla Ohrrtia 'Aalf f.ia jar.
faraaJab (Ail. SATIDGK.
X. B. Car, Sackrrel aad Prk at Retail.
A small quantity of Bran,
A sranll qaaatity of Ilambotdt lottoa.
for 'aaW by ' l SAM. ATttOC
Iv thk matter"op tiis: eotate of
ll ku Royal llitfbtMM 'ktoria K. Kaabanwaa. dWar4.
or m ambf una by tit- ao4s.roal. sor aMuau.
froor of UM aAoea a iai estAl. lo all bersooa otr In pios
otea. of any of i!o ml propa-tr rVr(ii ( to auki eota. by
kraoe or oibJialan- aat looVMoA trrrt, or asajr brmftrr
mai InoWotMt lo stM hum fee ro or sabre toil awrtaMa.
Ihot oil ao,aeota aan bo aoto to ibo wmlrnti 0-4. o bo to
aory aorborSK:t a4 oasoo-ert M srcvieo ao4 niWt I be
saa aoil rmip) therefor. A II B-tfoa mrm b.r44ro ioaoy
morr so tri mi a poo. or to any m la artrro Uh.ee' es-
nth, aa, kmh or auiifM t oa -. -it p
poreel tbrreof. JJH. O. tMlM.
irsl ml ol nuw, or part or
porcol UtrreoC J7H. n. PDVIM.
boo AdmlnMrolor sf Estate ef T. K. Kaajboaaaoax.
noaobahs. Marrb la. .1. boi
rio.i:i:u oii.iaus mm;.
tub: priiLH? are nr.REBr
ootisW Ibu a ui; OP I bl olll
aw MaMulxl. to ran 00 the Vallry Kua4, an4
asi In Use Beach at Wkikl. la tbe arasoo.
Stand Corner of Fort and King Streets.
Leaeea "4a4 U Tailry at 7 A. SI.
Lraers B.-blre at 1 JO A. 31. .
Lraees Mo4 tar V.IVy at B A. M.
Lraera Braise f. Panaboo. at S.3 A. U.
Lraees tam! A Vallry at It A. U.
Leaeva Brklce al A. M.
Lraees Msnd (r Vallry at 1 P. M.
Lrarea Rrhlireat 1 20 P. M. '
Lemeea ftui pr Pnaobou at 2 30 P. M.
. Leaaea HrkJaw as Vallry t 3 a0 P. 1. J
Lrarea IHtvd kr Vallry at b P. M.
Leaves Bridge at S.W P. M.
Ticket, for Traalrat Pawarer. 25 eeat. each, ar
,.,- - Elht Ticket for $1. . 3 n . - j
. ....'-- - - .:....
XT Rfalar poao-rifrrs will be Ukea at rwiared ralre 00 ap
pltralioalo CP. WABl),
614 In Proprietor.
BOLLES Ac OO.
' I " IIAVX BECEITP.D "
p s n
'PER STEAMKIt IDAHO.
OCR t'HL'AL St'I'PLV OF FLUL'R. isj bf.
anal ojaarter tacka.
!AI.o. rer.D. C. .Murray,
Califoeaia Uase. aod a Ufp aasrxrtment or
Paints ao.1 Paint Oil.
"I Manila Crilire asnrtnl
.- : tii-s froea 1 to 41 Inehea.
Per Hark Wilbeln.
Hebbard's Patent Z.ne Paint.
, Best BoUrd Knglisb Paint Oil,
IS 2i ' Ubltewaah Itrasbrs. Ae Ac
COTTON CANVAS. j
riROM Ml. I T M). 8. JC'ST ARRIVED j
Al ' prr sbip A I at A..1, at grcauy reuaora pnots. j
UULLLs A CO.
lECEIVKD PER IUAIIO
B.LLkd A CO.
, . VI 11 rRUITS.
4-1ALIPORNIA TABLB: ANI PIKFKCITS
V J r citrd per IUAIIV.
Pur sale by
bLLM A CO
EXPECTED PEU C03IET.
CtflKHOP t'Al.lt tTTTxiA HRKAIX Caart
of Clif.-ma P1I.4 Prad t luWtin. U assorted Crackcis,
BilofwbniWiUbvauidatloa priors by -BIB
- BtiLLES A CO'
J.ITK.T Bl'MIIED. AM PLA IX BtsnED
a ni'ks, aaauricu sses. vm "j
Wc(pLaUa Hams, Fresh and New.
KRIVKIl Till lr. IMRECT FROM
per m. tr. frouu. - ai oy
ho LLCS A CO.
RRIVED THIS DAI. FUR "ALE BT
tUiLLKA A CO.
CltKH ARTEIT7zE, FR ?l LE II r
eiV ia . aoLLba a co.
iioldcn Cate Mill Flour !
Bakers' Extra, Extra Family and Superfine,
la Uaarirr Sacks.
WE ARE IV RECEIPT OF THE ABOVE
Celatratel fmr. by eerry Packet, direct Irons tbe
U.lta. and warranted of lb best anility. P- ,
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
THERE ARE NOW OX IIANU
and f sal si tb
HONOLULU IE0N WORKS,
TTirr tat-' Mitla. Co.4-t.
Ml Bteas Kngioea Eight lo twenty borse poorr. .
Pi, CebtrirnKsl v" fleers. aade at the Work.
Two Pair Wrstoo's aake.
Pour ftram Boilers Hue and Moltitabolar, new and sec
EaM.1 Cast Iron Kettles, from IS lo 30 galls.
Alna.(tatv and at a II r gala.)
One Pair Centrifugal ogar iHieers, boilt st Miner's Foon-
nry. Pan PrrrW!n.
One BatViek Cart, a. .mm Pmy. f
Span of Horse for Sale.
WELL IIROKEX IV TO HAR-
V-NrA gt'tlr. stronr and sound. A 0rt rate t-ar-
fWvutfilwlta KM e:RSON.
ixchane Tor Sale!
TVIMST0 81IT PCRCHASERS.OX SAX
1 Pranriom, llombarg and . CKf LD 4. co.
Feb. 21. Ian. tlJ-lai) H. IIAt. nr r.t.tr or w
n a m. a a IV UCAXTITIES TO SCIT.
Cottage Piano for Sale,
R-ea . XEVPIANO. IMPORTED
rara IJTg-.-sck. en be rehard ebmp. oa ap
Tn'lliwT ! l-l norsBiASi-.
AltT.RTCAH CLTPPEE SHIP SYBEW,
AND GOODS !N SPLENDID ORDER.
JOXCS SALT WATER SOAI,
Bosaa Cbcaaleal Otira Soap,
KB Na. 1 Mackarrl.
Cara mil Uuxi, In Tins,
Qaartar .bis. Tmmttf Clrar fork,
liatf bb. faaany Char Pork.
Kf Kaalrra Dried Applrs.
lit bbla. Kaatara brie ApptcA.
Caaa Tiawla Krlcbap. Caara tammtt fmrorj,
Gaaca Uiagt, Caara Clorrs,
Caaca repper tSaooe Plata,
Caara aaoaa Mrat,
Casta Bl'k Pepper,
vaara am a iwacEinr, ur( Sisa,
Cawa Mason's Blacklor, small aise,
Casia (.uahaoca, t lb. Una,
Cases Quahaaft. 1 lb. tins.
rOE SALE IT THE LOW EST JllEHET KITES,
The Pamily Grocery and Feed Store.
By I. BARTLETT.
Arrived this Day,
PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. W. WOOD,
1 ASES BEST ISXUL.ISII PIC FRUITS.
Caara best Enctlsh Pkktrs,
Westphalia Sausage, in Tins.
Caara Sartllnra, half aa4 qnartrr boa.
Case best Preach CbocuUts.
Lajer Baistna, la hi. and qr. boira.
. PUR HALE
At the Family Grocery and Feed Store,
ei la By I. BART LETT.
One Dollar and a Quarter !
ntRRKI.S FOR SALE. AT Til E CdOP-
U. W. .NORTu.X A CO.,
On lbs Esplanade.
C. BREWER Cc CO.
OFFER FOR SALE,
AT LOW PRICES!
THE BALANCE OF THE
CARGO OF SHIP SYREN,
IIFb Y 3T O O T S !
MOSKRlC DEMMS, DlfFrreat Braaas,
Stark MIBa Brawa Drill,
- Stark BtUU A Brown Cottons,
' Stark Mill B Brova Cottoo, '
Beat Pin Paaily Bi o. Cottons.
, Ossrk Browa Cottons,
Wblta Sheeting aaaartcd qaalilfca, .. .', .j !j
Case Cottoo Flannels,
. i - Wbit Cotton Thread,
Blue Cottuo Thread
Caaca Spirit Turpentine, ',
Case Benalne. .
Case beat Fornitnra Varnish,
- Case best Damar Varnish.
OU Snooks, .
Cask beat New Bedford Bread,
Hemp SaO Pack,
Ilnrcl iv sir c.
II and led Axe
j Case W. K. Lewi Lobster,
t Baosaa'C MeaU,
1 - .
- Oreeo Corn,
Case Cr. Tartar.
King ford's Cora Starch.
Preston A Uctnlll Teast Powder,
I Powdered and Granulated So gars,
14 tb boa Suit Water Soap,
Chemical OUre Loan.
Barrel Prime Pork,
Wooden Wsirc, A:c.
Wood Wash Board.
Zinc Wash Boards,
Nests Market Baskets,
Covered Oak baskets.
W rapping Paper, 11x15,
121, 11x19, lbxSO, llxtt.
Keata af f hipplnf Traek.
THEEE OPEN CONCORD WAGONS.
Iaiprovrd Culllrators with abeel.
Cases Oa Bows. II In. and S in.
Planters' Hoes 0, 1. 2.
Fairbanks' Platform Scales, Assorted Sizes.
Cases Charcoal Irons.
Cases Tellow Metal, Kegt Coop. Nails,
Anchor 60 tb. to 1,000 ftn. Chain Cable.
475 Taai SteaBiooAt foal, Casks CaatberlAad Coal.
--.. THE PAOiriC
SAWED A I'. MARCH 21.
JIOTES OF THE WEEK.
. . ' .
A ISobuc Mabqceiax Mother The atory of the
wiiureof Mr. WhjUon, first officer of the whaleship
Con ft t ss, aome three or four year ago at Hivaoa.
.til .nn.t. .1 V. ..... ..1.r. r.1 kluM-tMl,.
it. i i
tAl7.V4aa JLajUKBU Aa AA'A VIU- f a0 aavaTr uv t a. iviia i
Lincoln aunt ont five hundred dollar, to t expended '
in reworus lj tbone wbo aareU 3ir. n uaioo sine, in conii-ratiin. tbe liupeacliuieut roulutiou. prcvi
iDcitleot ia tho reacue, irhich we havo bnt rectntljr iislr r. jiorte.1 ...
Ueral, ot,jrbt to be maJe public. There was a
joaiig Marqucsan Chief, who haJ been st-iied by a mil when the proposition to iinpoacb was belbrf
Peruvian cruiser AnJ sent to the Chiachaa as a labor- the lloaao.
er. Ilia wile had a littlo child born Boon after the n Mnmlay the debate was Bjrain taken up and
, , . , . . , , ,r .... , i the resclntion p;isel by a vote of 126 to 47.
Abduction of the Chcf ; And when Mr. halon was Steven t.f lVnnylvunia then moved the tV.low
aeiied, bound hand and foot, ready fur the oven which j lug Tvaoliition.s :
waa being heated to cook him, she. moved with pity j h'esolvfd. That a committee of two be appointed
for the fate of the poor sailor, took her darling and ! tobe annnd,at ffji' !
0 nntne of the House and f all the people r-t tlie
only child and placed it in his lap. According to the ynu.n Slate, to imj.each Andrew Johnson. Fresi-
Miirqucsan usage, thia protects the criminal or per- ! dent nf the I'nited States, of hiali crimes anl niis
son under arrest, so long as it is continued. The dem.-anor in office, and acquaint the Senate that
, . , , , -.. , the llnnsf will in due tune, pn-ent particular
h.gher the rank of the mother, the more sacred tlie j articlt of impeachment nffaint Mm and make
protection. When tbe Hawaiian muwlonaries arrived, pOGj the same, and that the committee demand
they ursed the mother to conLnue to protect Mr.
Whalon in this way until they could negotiate a ran
som with the Chief who held him. Had it not been
for this brave and noble woman, he would have been
murdered and cooked by the savage natives before
any relief arrived. Rev. A. Kaukau, one of the mis
sionaries who saved Mr. Whalou's life, is row living
on Kauai, and is anxious that some testimonial be
sent to this Chiefess, whose conduct has never been
rewarded, while others who were less worthy, have
received valuable presents. He has contributed some j
presents out of his small annual salary, to be forward
ed by the " Morning Star," aud if any persons wLsh
to add to them, we will see that they are forwarded.
Any articles of clothing, blankets, knives, axes, or
such like are prixed by the Marquesans, and the in
fluence of such a reward for this noble act would be
felt throughout that group.
Tub D'wtrict Magistrate of Waimea, Hawaii. G. K.
Lindsay, Esq.. who for many years has filled that of
fice, has eut iu his resignation. We hear also that
lVputy Sheriff Conway has sent in his resignation to
Sheriff Coney, at Jlilo. GuztUe.
It Li reported that the causs of at least one of these
resignations has been a lack of efficiency or co-operation
in seconding tbe Government efforts to suppress
illicit distillatiou and rum Belling among the natives
on Hawaii. Government has everywhere, in the
outer districts, found that some of its officers are
either the promoters of these evils, or fail to use their
iufluence in ckecking them. Rum and awa drinking,
particularly on Hawaii, is spreading disease, death
and damnation among the native population, and un
less there Is some check, the next census will show a
greater decrease in their number than 9,000 iu six
years. 11 only upngui and nrm juugea ana ponce
and other officers are employed, the evil might soon
be checked there, and m uch of the misery, sickness
Aud suffering that ia so common in the remote dis
tricts, checkul. and the general health of the unlives
improveL Otherwise, the next census will show the
Jiative population to bo lett than fifty thutuumd.
Japamxe Bibd. The bark Comet brought from
San Francisoo a lot of Japanese pheasants, consisting
of four cocks and three Lens, a preseut from Mr.
Van Heed, the Hawaiian Consul at Kanagawl, who
forwarded them to San Francisco by the' steamer
Great Republic. Our Consul certainly deserves
praise for his untiring efforts to cause an interchange
of the products and birds of the two oouutries.
is anxious to receive Hawaiian seeds and plants, es
pecially specimens of our sugar cane. If any one
will put up a box of choice caxie plants, well-rooted,
we will see that they are forwarded by the Stonewall,
which sails for Japan on Tuesday. Any other plants :
or seeds left to be forwarded will also be sent. We i
may add here that the pheasants received last fall
from the same gentleman, are doing well, and prom- j
lse to thrive and breed here.
A Sma.hi Up. The horses of the omnibus, while
standing in front of the Revere House on Wednesday,
became frightened, started off and caught in its wheel
Mr. Dimond's wagon, which hod a horse attached and
waa standing in front of their store. This mixing up
of the two vehicles and their horses only added to the
fright, and away went the three horses, the omnibus
and the wagon pell mell down Fort street, till one of the
bones fell and stopped all further progress, the only
damage received by the omnibus was a broken pole.
but the little four wheeled apparatus was left in the
condition that printers, for want of any more appro
priate word, term pi.
Sama.no Seeds. The winter crop of seeds of this
fine shade tree is now ripening, and we can supply
all who may desire any of them. A friend has also
left with us for distributi on a few seeds of tfie Cali
fornia Pine, Australian Acacia, Japanese Tea seeds,.
and laiuelia Jaiionica seeds. Any of which will be
furnished gratuitously or sent, on application, to any
part of the group free of charge.
a"2r A whale was captured in San Francisco har
bor on the 28th of February, by a boat's crew from
the At S. Perkint. After being killed it was towed
to the vicinity of the Potrero, and exhibited to crowds,
after which it was 'utken alongside the whaler, cut iu
and made about twenty-five barrels of oil. It was of
the FMcies known as the Laufornia greys, and had
been seen iu the harbor for about A week before it
TWO WEEKS LATER
The Omul airived at midnight on Tuesday night,
haviutf had a fine passage of II days. She brings
the Eastern mail ot February 1st, and telegraphic
dates to March 5th.
The principal news of interest relates to the im
peachment of President Johnson, which had keen
lrrtjrnia of Impeachment.
Washington. Feb. 21. The specials are mostly
made up of various rumors which prevail in the
citv. many of them absurd.
The situation this morning appears to be without
change. Storie have been circulating, thut the
President intended to arrest Grant and Stanton,
but they are all false. Stanton still remains in tbe
War Oilier-. The question iu regard to the position
of General Emery, commanding the district, is
fully settled, he called tin General Grunt alter
leaving the President. He says he will not obey
any order that don't purMrt to come through the
headquarter of the army, but will first send to
headquarter to ascertain whether the order reatly
came throub Grant, office.
Every precauiiou has been taken to prevent
force Leing used to eject Stanton. Grant's body
guard, composed of veterans, is placed ou duty as
It is not known how Johnson talks with his own
advisers. His friends wm despondent and sur
prised at the united aetion t.f Congress. Many
politicians are here, giving the President the. worst
possible advice. Mary laud politicians, especially,
strive to make trouble.
It is iifisitivelv known that tbe army is thor-
cuizbTv with ('runt, in support of Congress. V
terday Grant cnused to be transmitted to all head- j
quarters a copy 01 tue oruer containing uie law
directing that all orders to the army must pass
through his headquarters, and making it a high
misdemeanor to obey any other.
In Sundav afternoon the President sent for Col.
Wallace, who commands the post ot Washington,
and went over the whole ground of authority with
him, but it is understood that Wallace declared
that he should feel bound to obey the law. and not
recognize anv order except from General Grant.
Attorney General Stanberv, Jerry Black, and
Charles O'Connor will defend tbe President before
Boih the Chicago Hejiublican and Tribune favor
The New York Trihnne declares that hesitation
to do so now would be criminal.
Tbe sentiment of the Republican party, so far
as ascertained, seems to be unauimous in that di
rection. The jM.pular members of Congress de
clare their conviction that the President can be
imK'tiched, tried, convicted and removed within
the next one hundred days. They say that Re
publicans cannot now avoid the issue which tbe
President has forced npon them. Having taken
tbe first step, tbey must .prosecute the w ork to
j The I'rf sidout's friend. ar diswitbfio.l with the
nclioii of Gfiicral Tboinas for not inrlanllv as.uru-
i:iT tbe datii of the office. When he first preseut
the order directing him to aiuiue the pUoe of
Stanton, the latter said he wauted time to pack up
his papers, and untjiu-slion iMy intended to peace
ably ref !pn the office, but Thorn a said he would
give t.ini till the next duj to vacate, aud in the
meantime Stau.cn eonuUed with hi friends, and
I drterruimsl not to jk-ld the offl-v.
j a- A a v 4 i a. iiumw iiivii ivc-t t us-iii a
that he iHletiilod to isi either soldiers or marines
to enable Liui to obtain pc.-t-ssi,i. of the-War OOice.
Uoth the li t-vidi-nt and Suutun retired
' pac-he( from all parts of the country- unking
to htaiid firm.
Wasuim.ton. Feb. 2J. The House had under
'V v 7 1 - . . ,. ,
I prntion of.lho rharfis ar:tint t'u IVfsiilcnt l
j that the Senate take order for tbe appearance of
1 said Andrew Johnson to answer said impeachment.
I Jlesoli-td, That a committee of seven le appointed
j to prepare and report articles of impeachment
' States, with power to send for persons aud papers.
acuinsl Andrew Jolinpon. 1 "resident of tbe Lnited
j and to record and take testimony under oat
i The President sent to the Senate, yeste:
1 lenjt'hy meape. giving hn reasons
for the re-
! moral nf Stanton, which was read and ordered
Feb. 25. The President is despondent to-night
and irritated, because Stanbery made no applica
tion for a writ of quo irarrunlo. He says his posi
tive orders were disobeyed.
General Emory to-day refused to detail a guard
for tbe funeral of Major Keller, saying that all the
troops must be kept together in anticipation of
Washington'. Feb. 25. At 12 o'clock the Clerk
of the House appeared before tbe Senate and read
the resolution of impeachment passed yesterday.
It was received in silence. No action taken.
After some other business, and while Mr. Dnvis
was speaking, at a quarter-pr.st one. Representa
tives Stevens and Pinghain appeared ut the door.
A number of members of the House accompanied
them to witness th proceedings, Tbe doorkeeper
announced a committee from the House, who were
recognized by the presiding officer.
Mr. Stevens then sttid, In oledience to the or
der of the House we appear before you. and in tho
name of the House of Representatives, aud of all
the people of the United States, we do impeach
Andrew Jonnson, President of the I'nited States,
of hirh crimes and misdemeanors in office, and we
further inform the Senate that the House of Representatives-
will in due time exhibit articles
against him. and make good the same, and in their
name we demand that the Senate take order for the
appearance of Andrew Johnson to answer said im
peachmcnL Washington. Feb. 25. The excitement over the
impeachment has sensibly diminished. Business
at tho War Department is being attended to as
General Thomas has made no further demand
! for the records of the War Department. He merely
j called at the office ami Adju taut-General's, and alter
j receiving the private mails, went home. Great
i interest is manifested concerning tbe result of
1 Thomas' examination before Pie Supreme Court of
the District to-niorrov.
Cruc too, Feb. 25. An immense meeting is being
' held to-night, to sustain the actiou of Congress in
impeaching the President. " '
j AiciT, Maine. Feb. 25. The llotise'of Repre
i Seniafives passed resolution sustaininz Cowrress in
' impeaching the President by a partv vote.
i Feb. 28. The World's special savs that vester-
day noon a double guard was placed at tho en
trances of the War Department, and two commis
t sioned officers stationed inside the building, hast
night a double line of troops surrounded the de
i Articles of Impeachment.
I Washington. Pvb. 2a. The Senate proceeded to
the consideration of its action in relation to impeach
ment. A motion was made to postpone action
until all the States are represented, which was lost.
The Senate then considered the rules, section by
section, adopted several, and adjourned, pending
discussion of the remainder.
In the House, after some preliminary business,
Mr. Boutwell, Chairman of the Select Committee on
Impeachment, presented articles ot impeachment
against tbe President. TJiey consisted of ten arti
cles;; they all commence with the set formal
phraseology. The first article lecites the .former
suspension of Stanton. Aug. 12tb, and tbe refusal of
the Senate to concur in it ; then charges him (the
President) with high crimes and misdemeanors iu
issuing the order for the removal of, Stauton, Feb.
2 1st, the Senate being in session. '
Art second recites that the President appointed
Lorenzo Thomas to be Secretary of War. f interim,
without tbe authority of law, tbe Senate being in
Art 3d declares that the President, without the .
authority of law, and while the Senate was in ses-
sion. did appoint Lorenzo Thomas to be Secretary
of War, tul intrriia, without iu advice and consent,
and in violation of the Constitution, no vacancy
having happened in said office during the recess of
the Senate, and no vacancy existing at the time.
Art. 4th That the President, unmindful of the
high duties ot his office, ami of his oath of office,
and in violatiou of the Constitution and laws, did
unlawfully conspire with Lorenzo Thomas and
other persons unknown to the House of Represen- -tatives,
with intent, by intimidation and threats, to
hiuder and prevent Edward M. Stanton, the duly
appointed Secretary of War. from holding said
office, contrary to and iu violatiou of the Constitu
tion of the United States and the provisions of an .
act to define and punish certain conspiracies, ap-
proved July 31st. lbui.
Art. 5ih recites as in the previous article, but
charges the President with conspiracy with Thomas
and other persons unknown to the House, bv force,
to prevent and hinder the execution of the Tennre
of Office Act. and in pursuance of said conspiracy
attempted to prevent Stanton, being the Secretary
of War, duly appointed aud comniissioned under
the laws, from holding said office.
Art. i"ih That he unlawfully conspired with Lo
renzo Thomas by force to seize the property of the
United States in the War Department, in violation
of both acts above quoted.
Art. 7th is precisely the same as article 5th except
it omils the words " and other persons unknown to
the House of Representatives."
ArL fib is precisely like article Cth. except that
it only charges him with violation ot the Tenure of
Office Act. not also the act to define and punish
- Art. 9lh charges that with the intent unlawfully
to coutrol the disbursement of moneys appropriated
for the military service and for the lHpartment of
War, he did order Lorenzo Thomas to assume tbe
duti'-s of said office in violatiou of the Constitution
aud laws, no vacancy existing and the Senate being
in session etc..
Art. 10th charges that in disregard of tbe Consti
tution and laws duly enacted, the Piesident. as
Commander-in-Chief, did bring before himself Gen
eral Emory. Commander of the Department of
Washington, and the military lorces thereof, and
did then and there, as such Commander-in-Chief,
declare and instruct said Emory that that part of
the law of the United States. passed March 2d. lb(!7,
entitled an Act making appropriations for the sup
port of the army for the year ending June 30th.
18(58. and for other purposes, especially the second
section thereof which provides, among other things,
that all orders and instructions relating to military
operations issued by the Presideut or Secretary of
War, shall lie issued through the General of the
army, and, in case of his iiiauili'.y. through the next
in rank, was unconstitutional and in contravention
of the commission of said Emory, and therefore not
binding on him as an officer in tbe army of the United
States, which said provision of law had been here-
tofore duly and legally promulgated by ageneral
order for the government and direction of tbe army
of the Lnited states, as said Andrew Johnson then
and there well knew, with tbe intent to thereby in
duce said Emory in his official capaeity as Comman
der of the Department of Washington to violate the
provisions of said act. and to take and receive and
act upon and obey such orders as he (Andrew John
son) might make and give, and w hich should not be
issued through the General of the army of tbe
ln iled States, according to the provisions of said
act, whereby said Andrew Johnson. President of
the United States, did then aud there commit and
was trnilty of a high misdemeanor in office ; and
the House of Representatives, by protest, saving to
themselves the liberty of exhibiting at any time
hereafter any further articles or further accusation
against said Andrew Johnson, President of the
I'nited States, and also of replying to bis answers
which he shall make to the articles herein preferred
aiMiust him. and Mferinir proof to tbe same and
every part thereof, and lo all and every other arti
cle of accnsaliun or iuineachment which shall be '
exhibited by them, as the case shall require, do de- J
' mailU lll'll rui'l - ou 1 r v. uiiii.-jii iiiojr ub mi
j answer to the high crimes and misdemeauors in of
j lice hereiu charged against htm. and that puch pro
I reedings. examinations, trials, and judgments, may
be thereupon had and given as may be agreeable
to law and justice.
About forty members hare catered their names
w ith the Speaker as candidates for the floor on "the
discussion of the impeachment articles. The debate
will accordingly, occupy U'n hours, as each speak
er is limited by rule to fifteen minutes. There will
be a session to night for debate. '
Tbe final vote on tbe impeachment articles is
fixed for Monday afternoon at four o'clock.
Butler, iu the llouse. oflered the following addi
tional impeachment article :
i That said Andrew Johnson. President of the
1 United States, liiimindful of the high duties of his
j office and the dignities and proprieties thereof, and
I ot the harmony and courtesies which ought to exist
I and be a.aintained between the executive and leg
i islative branches of the Government, and designing
to set aside the rijrhtful authority and powers of
1 Congress and attempt to bring into disgrace, ridt
j cu!e, contempt, repiouch, and to impair and des
troy the regard and respect of all the goo,d people
ot the United Stales for Congress and the legisla
tive power thereof, etc. ; etc.
The House proceeded to vote oa the articles of
impeachment. Tbe seventh article was stricken
out as being almost identical with the fifth. The
remainder were then adopted, one by one, by A
strict party vote in most cases. The House then
elected managers to conduct the impeachment be-:
fore the Senate, as agreed upon in caucus, in the
manner id ready telegraphed. Tlie House then
New York, March 3. A ToieV specu l says
There seems to be a determination anions tlie mi
peachers in tbe Senate to press tbe trial of the
President to a very speedy close. This is manifest
bv the manner in which tbey curtailed debate on
tbe rules to govern the Court, and the precedence
which they gave to all matters pertaining to the
impeachment in the Senate. An idea of the proba
ble length of the trial has not yet been expressed in
tbe Senate, except by Mr. Williams, of Oregon, wbo
said in debate to-day that it could not be complete
in two or three days, and would probably take less
than a week. Several have privately expressed the
opinion that it would not take two weeks. Mr.
Boutwell says the testimony can all be put in in a
Washington, March 4. In the Senate tbe Chair
submitted a communication from Chief Justice
Chase relative to the rules adopted by tbe Senate,
expressing his dissent from tbe view taken by tbe
Senate that the Managers can be received or any
act done accept as a Court of Impeachment, but he
is willing, if necessary, to be abide by their decis
ion. It was referred to the Committee of Seven.
In tbe Senate, tbe Chair submitted a communica
tion from Chief Justice Chase, giving his views in
regard to the manner in w hich tbe impeachment
trial should proceed. He said he thought it un
questionable that the Senate should act as a Court
of Impeachment. He thought the Court should be
organized before the House presented articles of
impeachment, and that the Court, and not the Sen
ate, should fix its own rules to govern the trial, and
should issue its summons and process. He quotes
from the Fnleralist to show why the Constitution
made tbe Chief Justice tbe presiding officer of the
Court, and thought that immediately after notice
from the House that articles would be presented,
the Senate should have organized itself . into a
Court and taken all necessary steps for proceeding
with the trial. He had been informed that tbe
Senate had acted upon other principles. As this
case might be taken as a precedent, he thought it
his duty to present his own views on the subject.
At five minutes past one o'clock, the managers
on the part of the House appeared, followed by tbe
members or tbe House, tbe latter ranging them
selves outside the bar of the Senate, The Speaker
of tbe House was invited to a seat beside tbe Pres
ident pro fern, and escorted to his seat by Senator
Grimes. Silence having been restored, tbe Chairman
of Wie Committee, Biugham. said :
Mr. President. The manaeers on the part of tbe
House f Representatives, by order of the House,
are ready at tbe bar of the Senate, to present arti
cles of impeachment for the maintenance of the lro-
peacbmeiit preferred against Andrew Johnson,
President of the United States."
Tbe President pro tetn said : " Tbe Sergeont-at
Arms will make proclamation.'' . 14 -
Sergeaot-atrArms "Hear yel hear 'ye! All
persons are ordered to keep silence on pain of im
prisonment while tbe House of Representatives ex
hibit to the benaie articles of impeachment against
Andrew Johnson. President of the United States."
Bingham then rose and read the articles of im-
leachment, the managers also, standing, with the
exception ol elevens. .. -
""At a quarter to two tbe reading of the articles
was concluded. and tbe managers and other mem
bers of tbe House retired.
Anthony offered an order that, during the pend
ing trial, no person shall be admitted to, tbe galle
ries accept on tickets-issued daily by the SergvABt-
at-ArmS; these not to exceed, the number .toat can
be accommodated with seats, leavfn the passage en
tirely free. Tickets shall be issued to all foreign
legations, each Senator to be entitled to four tick
ets, and each member 01 tbe., House to two ; the
Chief Justice and each Judge of the Supreme
Court, two. . v
. The House proceeded to consider the additional
articles of impeachment "offered yesterday by
Jenckes, charging the 1 resident with unlawful in
tent and design to 'exercise and control the com
mand of the army of the United States without
being bound by the laws establishing rules for its
government and regulations for tbe land and naval
force. '--.. "v. ' -
' Lawrence desired to offer a resolution directing
the managers of impeachment to present the first
four articles ajrreed upon by tbe House, and pro
ceed to ask-judgment of the Senate thereon,-And,
if they find it necessary, afterward to present tbe
remainiiifir articles. .!'!
Bingham opposed the resolution, and the House
refused to receive it. . .
Jenckes' additional article was referred lo tbe
manu cement of impeachment. The House then re
solved itself into a Committee of the Whole, and
proceeded to the Senate Chamber to present the
articles of impeachment.
Until their return the Chairman of the Commit
tee reported that the House bad presented the arti
cles, and been informed by the presiding officer
that tbe Senate would take actiou tbereou.
Chicago, March 5. Before tbe adjournment yes
terday the Senate resolved to constitute itself a
High Court of Impeachment at 1 p. m. to-day. to re
ceive the managers of impeachment from the
Bkrmn, Feb. 23. Hon. George Bancroft, United
States Minister, has signed a treaty with the North
German Bund, by which the latter agrees to fully
recognize and accord all the rights of exemption
from military duty of native Americans, to Ger
mans naturalized as American citizens, after five
years in the United States. . The treaty was signed
on the 21'd. -
London-. Feb. 23. William Fester, member for
Bradford, has given notice that he will, on the 28th,
call the attention of the House of Commons to tbe
state of the naturalization law and the right of sell
The Lulejjendcnt Bthje. of Saturday, has an edi
torial on tlie prospects ol - Peace in Europe." It
expresses . the general feeling of npprehension
which prevails, and says the vast military prepara
tions now going on in France are of a character
aud on a scale which lead to the conviction that
they are designed to meet other purposes than
those of national defenses.
A tremendous gale prevails on the west coast of
England, and Wales. The great break water at
Hollyhead. a massive stone pier nine thousand feet
long, has been carried away, aisd the lights have
disappeared. No disasters to shipping are reported.
Fi-oiiknce." Feb. 23. Farragut met with an en
thusiastic reception at Venice. He next proceed to
Milan and Genoa, and from thence he will proceed
to Rome, having accepted an official invitation to
visit those cities.
St. Prrrrnsiu-KG, Feb. 23. The Russian Admiral
commanding the squadron on duty in the Grecian
Archipelago has demanded from the Porte an ex
plicit explanation ot the report prevalent in Tur
key, and published in a recent issue of the Levant
llrrald. to the effect that a vessel of the Russian
fleet had offered material aid and comfort to the
Cretan insurgents. The Porte replied that tbe Sul
tan has received no sucb charge against any Rus
sian official. The Turkish Government seizes the
opportunity to express its censure of newspaper
writers wbo publish sucb statements.
London. Feb. 25. Earl Derby has resigned the
Premiership. His resignation was accepted by the
Queen. It is ascertained that Disraeli succeeds
him as Prime Minister, retaining his present office
of Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Lord Stanley announced Derby's resignation in
the House of Commons. Gladstone responded,
and. with much delicacy, expressed sorrow for tbe
cause which compelled his resignation.
Bkkmn. Frb. 25. The report that a treaty be
tween the United States and the North German
Confederation, relative to the rights and privileges
of naturalized American citizens of German birth,
of whom military service has heretofore been
claimed, had been finally signed, is premature; the
details, however, are fully agreed upon and it is
expected the document will be officially signed on
London'. Feb. 2C. The Royal assent has been
given to the bill for he suspension of habeas cor
pus in Ireland.
G. W. Hunt. Under Si-cretary or the Treasury, is
appoint-' Chaucellor of the Exchequer.
The Liherte publishes a report that the King of
Prussia was recently thrown from his horse and
badly iujured. . .
All officers of the French army, now absent on
ui lough. are required to report at their headquart
ers on or before tho 31st diy of March ; all exisj-
iug furloughs to terminato on that day.
London, Feb. 29. In tbe trial of GeneiaJ Nagle,
on a charge of Kenianisni, at Slfgr, a raotkirf to
delay the trial, by tbe counsel for the defense, wo
. r . . 1 Ti...A- , j,.r.... .1. .. nMi i... ...... .n
moved to transfer the cose to th Court of QneenV
Benclu. Jha cbitf gronud of this motion was that
there are not six Americans lathe whole city of
Sligo. therefore it would be impossible to select av
mixed jury here. -
George Francis Train unexpectedly appeared
before jbe Court and volunteered to become an
American juryman. His offer was 'declined, and.
the Court refused, to transfer the case. And thyre
tipon preceded whb the trial. - i. '
The Times iu an editorial strongly urges the
abandonment of the prosecution, saving the point I
of law is, to say the least,' questionable.
; Bi wjjc, February "29. The Kiof formally eloped'
the Diet yesterday.- He congratulated the mem
bers ou the success of their labors, and the effort
of the Diet to insure, peace to Europe has been,
promptly and prowerfully sustained by the other
great powers. Confidence, thus restored, will aid'
in tbe spiritual aud temporal welfare or tbe nation..
Paris, March I. The contract has been closed
between the Telegraph Company aud tbe Society.
Cable Transatlantic of Paris. -'.-'
.. ' a-' -
Fix)RKNtE. March 1. A delegation of working-,
men at Genoa recently wailed npon Admiral Far
ragut. and presented an address, saying they wish
ed to do him especial honor as the representative
of a country which sympathizes with the views of
the illustrious patriot AlazzinL ...
. Vienna, March 2. Admiral TegetbofT has been
appointed commander-in-chief of the Austrian
Bkrun, March 2. The Zolvereln Convention as
sembled to-day. Bismarck welcomed the delegate
in a brief speech. It is announced that the delib
erations of the Convention will be coufined exclu
sively to commercial subjects. , .
' London, March 2. It is reported that Baron
Rothschild is to be raised to a higher rank Id .peer
age. . .
Bermn, March 3. Confiscation of estates of the '
ex-King of Hanover have been authorized.
London. March 3. It is reported that the United
States bos made a proposition to the Turkish Gov
ernment to build a port at Marnorazza. on the Tur
isb Asiatic coast, to be used as a port for vessels ,of
the American navy. The' Porte decline to grant
the necessary concessions for such ptircbasc.
London, March 3. The trial of General Naglejal
SliffO. vesterdav. eoiianmivl tho rlnv in an iirmueeena-
ful effort to obtain a mixed jury. .The defense re
newed tlie motion to remove trial to the Court of
Queen's Bench, which was granted. The res nit
will be the trial will be moved to some other place,
where a mixed jury can be obtained. . .-y . -v
1 LiMEuicx.March 3. Art attempt was made last
night, it is said, by tbe Fenians to set fire to a large
machine shop. It waa defeated by the exertions of
the police. ; The incendiaries naed Greek fire, i
Paris, March 3. The visit of Prince Napoleon to '
Germany has no connection with political affairs.
Rome, March 3. Cardinal Antonelli is confined
to his palace by serious illness.
Fi-oRENCB, March 5. Admiral Farragnt arrived
atSpezzia and received a visit from the Italian
Minister of Marine.- ... . , .... ..
London. March 3. The popular dissatisfaction
in Portugal has not subsided. - Dispatches from
Lisbon say an effigy of the Queen was burned last
night by an excited mob.
Tbe present condition of Ireland and the ques
tion of Irish reform will be considered in tbe House
of Commons on Tuesday next. ,
The Morning post declares that Disraeli becomes
Prime Minister less on account of merit than because
there is no one else fit for the place. -
A great meeting of friends of .the. UnitedStateit
"was held in London. John Bright wasPreaident, and
made a speech arousing the sympathy of tbe audi
enoefp; the American people, by eloquen(alhlbiH
to their conduct during, the war of tbe rebellion.
Rev. Newman Hall followed, presenting with abil
ity the American side of tbe Alabamd- controversy.
He carried the vast assembly with him. The meet
ing was very enthusiostio and dispersed .'with re
peated cheer? for America.
- The oiitborfties' have -decided to wtftdniw 'tfcV
remainder of the suits- Against Irishmen indicted
for walkibg in mock fnnerals at Dublin recently.
The'Daily Times has an editorial on the resignation-of
Minister Adams. It- says EnglAad will
lament his departure." ... - -
The I7me says the Minister who succeods Adams'
could not have an easier or more, gracious Ltasl&
than the settlement of tbe questions concerning the
rights of naturalized-Citizens.- . . .
The obligations- of the now treaty apply -with
reciprocity to Germans And Americans and all
previous engagements between the two countries in
regard to extradition are renewed The treaty . is
made to terminate At the end of ten years. 1 ' '
The Herald'a-London - dispatcb States that; at. si
meeting on Tuesday evening John Bright 'spoke
strongly in favor of the Government, -policy,- aad
power of the American people, and-tho duty of
England to. cultivate friendly, relations with them.
If the British -Government' aad the- English press
would concur in expressions of hearty good, will,
towAPds-r America, "and pledges ice npport;Any
movement t home, in-efforta to effect a prompt,
righteous and 'pacific settlement,' all international
differences would be settled, especially those 'con
nected with the Alabama claims. The question
was put and tbe resolution, was adopted unanintonAt
ly, amid loud cheers, with every person In the haft
.-. Miscellaneous. - ' '.
February 2fi. Allision offered a resolution de
claring as the sense of the House of Representatives,'
that the right to regulate the duties of importations
belongs to the legislative power of Congress, And it
is beyond tbe power of the President And Senate, as
the treaty making power, to authorize importations
of tbe manufactures or products of foreign countries,
except at such rates as the tariff may prescribe.
Tbe resolution was adopted without discussion.
The resolution is aimed particularly at the treaty
with tbe Sandwich Islands. . , ' .
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New York, Feb. 28. An immense mass meeting
was held to-night at Cooper's Institnte, James Gal
latin, presiding. Resolntiops were adopted affirm
ing tbe right of tbe President to remove members of
the Cabinet, and declaring the attempt to deprive
him of this right, a monstrous perversion of power,
deprecating impeachment as tbe last resort for the
protection of tbe Republic from disgrace or grievous
wrongs, expressing confidence in tbe moderation of
the Senate, and trusting to the ballet-box te rdresIr
Chicago, March 1. The most furious snowstorm
of the season 'commenced At noon to-day; and there
is no prospect 01 cessation now al iu r. m. "Several
houses are reported blown down at Milwaukee.
The roada are, blockaded.
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Washington-. March 2. Many CentrreAsmen be
lieve that the bill to abolish tbe office of Adjutant
General of the army, will become a Jaw. '
Bancroft telegraphs to the btate Department that -the
treaty with the North German Confederation was
signed and mailed Feb. 22, via England. It provides
that emigration shall be free and naturalization
It is believed that similar treaties will be netro-
tiated with other foreign powers. - ' -
The Time' Washington special savs personal '
feeling is developing into proposition to elect a new
President of the "senate, in order that the success
ful issue of tlie impeachment trial would not result
in the elevation of Wade to tbe Presidency. -' a
New York, March 3. A fire after midnight this
morning burned a portion of Barnnm s Museum.
occupied by Van Amburgh's Menagerie.
Chicago. March 3. Washington specials say tha' t
members who canvassed tbe House think tbe appro
priation to pay. for Alaska cannot, possibly-get-.
tnrougn. .uucu win uepena upon tot. report of the x
committee. Nothing is known what their action
will be. , ..... r r . ;
Richmond, March 4. In the Convention to-day a
resolution approving the impeachment of President
Johnson was adopted 55 to 23.
New Ohi-Eans, March 4. Jeff. Davis is here. ' 'All
the fire companies as be passed Staples' Hotel gave
him repeated cheer. . As tbey passed General
Hancock's headquarters they took off their hats and
the bands played tbe " Bonny Blue Flag." But six
f tbe thirty companies carried tbe national flair.
and great indignation was expressed by. the loyal
citizens. Fears are entertained or trouble to-night.
Baltimore, March 5. An immense meeting was
held in front of the Steel Theater. last night, to sus
tain President Johnson. The building was densely' .
packed. Mayor Banks presided, and appropriate
resolution were adopted. .. . . ...l .1.
Tbe Herald . special says it is not believed that a
two-thirds rote against the President can be obtain f
ed in the Senate. - -.
The Radical State Convention of North Carolina
met and nominated ex-Gov. Holden for Governor .
and Colonel Ileaton for Coogress irom theNtwberu
The South Carolina Convention Adopted a reso
lution tendering the thanks of the loyal people. f
South Carolina to Gen. Grant, Congress and Stan-' "
ton. . : ' ". V '
The Mississippi Convention adopted A resolution,
thanking Congress for impeaching the President-' 3'
. A strong effort is being made to secure the elee- . .
tionf Montgomery Blair as Senator from Warvloud,-
in place of Philip F. Thomas, rejected.
It is reported that Hancock has asked to be. rev V
lieved of the command of New Orleans, on account .
of Grant's action in directing him reinstate a
Councilman whom he removed.