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Maw FraaclMts we Wave hlTkn k ta ttia al JaJy. Is a,a
latloaa of Iaiao.1 prodora we abwrvs as rkwfi is law Mm
Fran tars saaraet Imas last nikw aJtcm. Sufar was,
if wjllinf, raihvr aarr, ami eyavpailtiasii wits geseral
trad-, aar vsrj UTi, both to i ey uj wawsuy.
TIM fitvnrtts hark R. C . JTyi arrived oo Xowday treiu
ttmvk Hamburg, lu.lng n , -f-r a essM pnaurn of 111 eaj., a
l)lave front LumI l LufL IW report will h fautd below,
"tw W ronsi.(n. f HarkC bl Cat. lUt car ( lorn
at b I'M anaiiitiuM. M Cmwn arraant fcava rceive4
7 Uiia arri.al aont wry choice fnoda, ana knowing thrix aitUl
It wlerang Mil - tastes of their ihUwi, w fctrl Cia
'4 ty wilt bhmm s diaptay akion sees, km.
The art. . Ce(s.ns. fruit Victoria, a. ir.gs ca of
tomlKf aft eTcUaea to T. H. Dmvizm, mm! IU rrturs to
th ov wiling tNowt tbte day Wrrk.
Th s'rlt.aU schiSMta 'srt. aaurd Whirl oa Wrdnra
JJ awt, taalr ( a cargo af IsUuwt
Ths Klwwt Alifkt, rnrtUnti, Ov-trm, aCa -?. tk
Wt a J' irj's enasntin svwilT af ur ami s laswa.
Wx ! WM serf 4-itrtMit by tbs Dew r of t aa. X.
fipsnce lK,au4 la prwiptiapatth she aaa ok I epmtke !
fee thews. r trait witli Orsgnai ami Virtnris abouM ac -mmngrA,
anj w. heller has gaTUy Wca (-anil dm prot
asis thaas with tfia Fraarbwix Fra lt- .u cp-i-ii!j, w
ao rtimtn pnnhr at mat. wail a4h thrr aol la VteVxU
Ia a ran par taaa la Km rraaciMCw. Cur arudun.
alla tnr blgliat rara than, ami i lr caori-a.
T Wa Ctera K- Jul la loading au Fraoriarai, aal
wlU aU axlay at UVtuca. IHi m a fct.l rarg- af angr.
V axlaaaaa, aoiu, c
TW "aJ-l M'lUao-. tUml Taura- (
19. mhm Ut a allo4 ayta Kt Uim. mwm im
1 a- r,a,i- Th. L b-.. ai rl i
raartara-tha navr abi frl f f taavaaal Umbo-
tor at I'JA, hulk lu euronry.
y MMs.lalU.M.H.llI k. r-W Ital ta BrU
aralMHac.l awab .HI .. W aewtfac Us a-a.
amlaa grUig Oillaa t Uu aaraiug tmJ, a4 aaac-
tea auhallliiai aa4 Its Koaiitty ! cuakwla
tail arrivoa taot aura aC tutwmh parltaara af
fl raa, aaik aaj pU na mtt ky ki mm. I'aiJ mmm
Wig kt dacgwal lu nulaf Ma awr Iraa aaaariluva, aiaais aila
aankt a arafariit.
UMt ia aviuaa) rvimimni a awr mum
Via a kill uk. u Is wtu la 'It t is fctrttfr "
ritruama U varUxs Ira aa a aurniriK tfuxl u llv MrMma
lnilnat. ami laa aala af alt Ujn tnrr kirula l MumI, ut
ail yftaaia iUatiaUuig ga amcluava mn .UaBly aanl.
GuU aaa aaaaea4 w Mw Tra. aa4 antnl. Jul 21
aa 1M. Tkia rlaa k altnlMlail a Um brf ftt af caaa Bmaa
Mw Tart t tarya, araata auigitlarly aaootfa, las gUtli(
gtakl ta aw graaa I bat l a II ft real. r mttmrnm, kt awnl
aa MM cartas rat af inufast.
VHJLIXU ITU MS.
Kara KirlmM. f New BaalUxtt, WC-rw rvportml at -.!-a?,
M. . V In iMmk kaa ai'.a alvaa4, auU al
at aitctiua, A yril 2.M, t Aoa art cuaa.
fhM tWtay i mI uf aark Wttium tiif'fJ, aa aWharfml
Iran aa a4 yag. u aohl at auctk ktlrly lkuk II.
C4lT ra, a Is rata ul I
1st Mani tHmr,nt Sw sVilrl. aaa a-a . ore hum J
fry Mi aara. V aaraa tttlra m n.f ihat ctty. aail wol aait4
4 a avrui y tga la tsa rarni t Kma, aialrr cua-
aan4 af Cv- Waarga II- AUra, lata af Up Lmta.
MaaMr I'uM, af rravtaeatsaia. lows aaa kaa par
rtiaarrt ky Diwf OVaury, f r'awbavn, r akuat f I.M.U. Mi
Mia a stHtttaoMl bt taa AUaaiu; Waal Saftrry Iruoi Faif
kau, aatlar rrnnnwuvl af Catoia ! t'iaoar.
W aalla krk C. PkUUf,! B-mUm, Moo kMa.ca4arUy.
kaa kiiaa) iarkaaml ay tw toUUaaa llawn. ul .Nw
l.aailiin. ana ia la as OiUJ ftw mw l ta alh racUUr,
aoOar auaiwaml af Cay. C. B. CaaacU, af .orka.
Ta waallaa suatnaaa k Maw B.U'al Is aiiaiatlly anlani-q
awl ptvmy fia, auU aatwaaw thirty aad lurty saafamaip will
r-tura a taut art itorUMf Um wumir. A aaiubrr af vaNla
ara saw itiu( not kt vayaifv Is tn Iwltaa IMwaa, accaaaja
tag Is kaavr f atup kmail ar ran Ufctir aiWwhaaiula la lanr
jEir BtnroKO oir. mjkkt.t.
Taa Oil Mark Is ry dull, iltk UltW uvuiry, and UW
anry aal af ara I la sk has keca to barrrai ua rlalc
fiw. fcr art.
la orkal ail, aal kva Was auwl af 100 sarrrlt kaaipaack
wa svaraotUua, at crata a galkst X korrala Nnls-n. a
k.iajr aaa, al sa caaia ma autf karrcla kiuaack, la -tw
t ark, at 41 crnU.
la aaalraooa aolKS ka Was ataU faa I hi aiarkrt ca' 9000
ftSa Ucaatak. at raota a m.. gnai 7l ftVa, Murtawrat, at
suat artrr ( ana W RM. Snath itra, at U rvata.
f Oik Mill a-r. Sin. Maclean, Maria at Co'a
Circular, dutnl Lhu1iw ata, aaa Uta aominal vala of rrmia
aprni aU w 1 1UO f aio, kul tncra arv aa auyara at Ihi prate,
and tm lusl ban accrait prirawly k aauat 30 t"oa Ca.
atai. Tk qoanUty am as Um way to Ulat pnrt by lalrat 4
Tttra rna nun af ! tuoa froa rw Vark. 21W wia (rum llo-
kort Tawa. aail tons froa 8yaay. VVkal oil rnolinara
ry uit at X14 Is XO ; a fcrw, loos Marthrra nU had arm
taka at tlta butrr autataat kit laniifartotcia' sac, but tba
oaaianil la xUnaatly Uimlrd.
Awirrlcaa awiarrU was qnnlnl al la. &! , al whuh 30
Caava uf vary lu quality waa auwi to pablic aale Uat wok.
la wkulrsiifM a aal af Data Mrait bad been bumIc al 300
aVttrarvil al a rteotrb port, but Utrr aa no ator r b bail
aortar UM Al aaeUa aa Um tb a ansall pared of riuolhera
su4 at tJZi. atntar.
Foa Wntatit Paara Prr KDaura.an Mnmlay.
ya fltKIKr-fn Clara R. Maul, Uwaoay.
po ii t or h osi OLULU. hTYT
t Vhr Mry. ItamHn, frnoi Hawaii.
St vhr Kub Wt, front Maai.
fcirhr Aetir. C'taoey, front Hawaii.
a rt. ar hl Lac, Crane, fruea MaaL
W .-br MonuokaaiU, Aotoe. fmot MaaL
; a llatta. niaa, froa naaaL
Hehr Mary, ftrwai Kaoai.
lo Am dipfv anip sVyaard, Uenry. 13 Jays fat flan
lO B art. RvbwrV Caw an, CarUinrr, -J7 day a froaa Vic
toria 10 bark B. C WjU, Capt- Ilattrrmao, 113 aaya
11 H.:b Martlda. Bvrrin, froaa HawaiL
ii i br laid 'llaa. Uia, axxn llawai. '
It ti-h rrUM.-. Ilarrwoa. tt aa llawaa.
1.1 JVkr KaU I r. t,'ran. Im Maui.
la An wh b bVacua, Jltaaiwf, Caa lit! lf aTawai-
11 sVhr K Mi, fawcra. Iron 3ui. .
I V.'.v.l tlT V H KI
Au(, a-Ov.br Ka St a, Piwra. be M-aL
a avbr Laaa. a Kaoai.
VVb War-wick. . MakL
w chr K M L. C.-mh, -r Maai.
11 HVbr Mary. Ilasiiin, Lr Hawaii.
1 1 a!b Mar y . b.u-.
. ' lb i br ActireCloory. t llawmi.
11 Hebr llAttio, .ia. fc. Kaaoi.
1 1 s' Ur .cttl Mmml. LmaSrrt. KaaaL
1 Kr avbr ortt, h V tckitia, B C.
IO srh M.uitMkawa, Aaluu. k- MaaL
13 Ant ahiw Heyawrd. Henry. r MrWi batnX
' I svar Xaril.l. tferrtU, sr llawwL
lt mrkm Km L. Craa, fcr Maoi.
Rraarl ( UaW R. 1. Wyll.
TW T. C Wi H llsmbarit an lh 1'Hfcnf April ; ehrareJ j
Utm Brltian L'kaonal an Ul l"Xa f May ( auarl la Una in lb f
AOaVu law W. km, ,.n -a,.fn, llamba., , knm Cap.
m. arista. ao atniu W.. 0aj a i fromiarr tao
ftis)N w.,!44ya. ItaJ 1 ry -a-lb Ct f f
of ia. .uiP raa ..a kr -a,. ; j
a in Una aot 1-V6a VV , 24 Lira al nttlk itrrorty likt
ami bafltiu .sib -t trao t tram lb lis UU iMui tla-
a .im.. mu uw ma OiouuU IUa.1 mm i c a I a I
lata af Aaauat, ljjaara iron iiamewc it bvt ta Mai I
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nrmwl lf r-urUaia. In IU lWa-a tlu.ad.wl arsl klb-ra
ami raoart aabur an tn Wtn af rvbranry. m dnyaaat n-aaa
Munutolav Tb ' "I mm-tUrd artnf Innl tnii r lw at
l iiiiiirall It sua nukra vry any. mi imml ns llantbar(
nfta a wyaw of low dajra from lloo4wln.
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-per BrynarJ, Aa-at 10 Cap N
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raairtan wxfc, Mra Lap Ilattrrman an rluM L
fmrn. wrr..,-, iM.A,s srr nVyaarn, Augnat 1 A Ed-
fwarwa, a 4 kjanay. 1 nawaUona-u.
a DanobUo. Aafast
Vltn, oVasin) af V. ILon, a oanicatrr.
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SAT UP DA Y. AUGUST 15.
?N"o w Zealnnd o tic 1 Ifnvnll.
On our fourth will f unJ an article cx
trartol from a New ZcaLiwl Ilrf Vf!oring the
inaptitude of the Nw ZIund natives fur tle iia
rrTCiaents f cif ilizati-n, and al- for tx-If-ov-ernntent.
A coin rrion ith the "ujicrior j-n-greM
of t!e Iluwaiiarui aMt t the dL-npetnrnt
of the Maori, wlifwe innate nnimall.-ui " U cox
ereil, in tlie opinion of the writer, with a Terr
" thin film." The reason for thu dijarity be-twec-n
the two pioj V of nearly kimlred race w
not pointed out in the article, and i in fact there
treafed an a prohlnn verr difficult t) o!ve.
Perhaps we may le ahle to joint cut a few rea
mna why the Ilawaiians, wliom.hy the way, no
intellint writer of the p.resent day oht t call
Sandwich Inlanders, are thua Wtter off tlian
their New Zealand relative", hotter off, even al
lowing that perhnp- distance may Und a little
etvchntment to the view.
Captain Cook t.jok frfveai..n of thce inlands
z, Xew Zealand group) in the name of hi- bot-
... . . , ,
",gn S aays the historian. hat right had
Captain Cook t-J take poeicn of a land already
llinging to anotlier branch of tle human race?
we . . k.r.noU. o lhe wlo!e
fj which lm Ua.I t! -Ne -aland native
what tfiey are, or, in other Word, kept thciu frm
that rank in rivi!uatim which they might have
neruptcd. At the vTy outset they found that
the foreigner ccjtiiderrd tlieta the tujtclt of an
other kingdom, and that tly cuM not indulge
. I.'t r.t
,u "J J" " "
A'ear after tt? rottiiz;ttion of New Zealand
had been onlertaten, jreat Ciiuin "gave tho
native a flag, awl a knowh-dged their iml-4-nd-nce.t,
It wa however n t onlr too late, the
wrong i.dicy l aving 1-e. n already initiated, but ! N- furtlier ncii-Ki or discussion was fciken .n it, -ven.1 times, but e do not learu that anything pe
. . .(t...t.i. - .t .t". .-ii .1 l i
wa in it sell an auniption ! unwarrantel
tower. The shrewd natiti-a und.rtod ti well
the course of event to come, ac! that tficir rights
a a people bad been dL-rvgirdcd, and tlie result
ha bt?n a pert,'tUJl anta-'oiiism !vtwecu tlie ro-
k,h (foreigir),andtUmaori. .
The two seArate soveicitie in tlie mm
country lcing thu established, tliat of the na-
tive over certain terrii.rr. an.1 of the Hritinb
! Crown over a certain part. the Uritish Govern-
ment forbade the purchase of land front the na
tive by imitate indivilual.-, and reserved to it
self the right of purchase. Tlie lam! waa bought
of the native chief in whole district at a time,
over which tlie ower or the native wa there
after wholly IbrbMdcn. Si the bale of land in
their mind wa awM-iatcd with the loss of iower.
The native chief realized this, and finally formed
a combination refusing to pell any more laud,
puniahing with death any one of their number
who disjioeed of hi territory. They alo refused
to permit any foreign road to be made through
their district. Tlie result lia been a pcrpetdal
antagonl-m of interest, misundentandins, and
finally ending in long-continued ware, which have
clairacterized Colonial history in New Zealand.
iMirbarism and self-preservation have been more
or leH allied by necessity, and to yield totho for
eigner ha lieen simply suicidal on the jart of the
native. So far from the Mooii lcirg unfit for
self-government, as alleged, it is their own inde
pendence and jealousy for their own right that
have kept them aloof from the white man, and in
that rml itra ted state so deidorcd in tka ai-tub
Ilere tlie case ha lecn totally different. The
foreigners, in the first place, appreciating tlie
benefit of a united government of the wtiole
group, assisted Kamehaineha I. in hi war of
subjugation, and thenceforth fully ucknow ledged
the sovereignty of the Hawaiian. Tlie exertion
of foreign residents who have been first friendlv
to the government, and, through the appreciation
of the chiefs, have been admitted to a share in
tleir council, have been in post years directed
toward investing the natives with certain rights
it their lands, and in developing thcijrjjgPrv0i"pire cspoecd to the contagion. It i now fifteen
I-ilitieaJ rights by roncicntj.fy'ri.garding those
rifht. Co-t)lxyi.lhn in mirprnini-tit ami nil
etnial .fitting in tlie ownership of land latve been
the fundamental principle which have est abliehed
the harmonious intercourse of foreigner and na
tive. That the mimdonaric and the mot influ
ential American resident were thorough-gring
republicans La added not a little to the stability
and progree of the Hawaiian Government. Tlu-ir
republican principle taught thtm to recognize
the right of a people of a different race to that
stjle of gove rnment whuli that ple chose to
maintain. Tliat thorough rc-j-eet for the equal
right of mankind has, in thi instance, proved
the most powerful ally to tliat monarchy which
wa tlie lu oat advantageous stvle of government
for list ivph aw thev were. And jet, strange
' enough, the prc-ent Hawaiiuu Constitution is
! CTUiHiioua' to eliminate the woid
j9 ,reamble, and thu denv tl- very prilKiple,
1 . , . r " i I t i -.1
th acknowledgment of Mulch ha U-cn hitherto
tlie salvation of thi i..plc. H.ul tlie foreigner
mnJ nat;,e met in New Z.-aLind, the status
of lhc Maori would Pow have lcn more nearly
! a . a a , a W . . .
What that Ol I lie lIaWall.il! now i.
.1 ,:. ... ,r l, ueilt ioticd
.noilKT Hung waj I jmimoiKju
aionarie.i to New Zealand were very many of them
. . . a . - ...
el-vn.f ami tiaaPriV. Ii . ..n! flaAiUtin" Wl h
o.t " I a n I .... I ... fattnaw rai ttiA wK
WCir people, a-tc w..u
giou service. Tle v exleyan seem Ut liavc txeii
an exception. Thi fact fia, thnibtles, had it
retarding influence upon tlie civilization of that
people, for the fiirt thing to be done in civilizing
a tople is to gain their confidence aud operate
on theui through the affection.
That the Hawaiian were united a a nation
instead of Wing under different independent
chief a iu New Zealand, ha been one very great
advantage on their part. But this fact, it murt
be remembered, wa the nvult of foreign advice
ami suggestion. Tloit the food of thi nation has
been of a more nutriti.ni nature tlian that of
Xew Zealand, i doubtle an element of advan
tage. In tlie Litter country tlie kuinara, sweet
potato, was the staple article of f.d, being much
inferior to the taro a a mean of subsistence.
Wheat, however, i now raircd and used by the
nativM thrre in consi.lcrnbh? OUantltlO. Tlie
r.tIvM r Vow- 7ihind. too. had dewrsied to
cannibalism during the year previous to their
I discover? bv fureiinier. a dct-th to which the
lf .. . . , , . ,
ainwaiuiiis tiecr Itaiucui mm ii v
practice ha probably diininhdied their subsequent
ennacitv tor iznDroveinetit. The cluractcr of the
i --r .
' convict settlers who made up the bulk of the
i carl f ,rel"n colonist of New Zealand is also
doubtles another reason for the fact in question.
Wo have thus, we think, fully jointed out suf
ficient causes for the ch'Scrence now apparent be
tween the Hawaiian and tho Maori people, most
prominent among which? i probably the one first
mentioned, the early political policy pi the irit
ish toward the aborigines. . higher vindica
tion of tlie different policy pursued here can
furnis'icd than tho acknowledgment made by
! the coionisW of New Zealand themselves. The
haughty overbeuiing and di.-regard of the right
r wrt.J... I.ntr- .larLenexl too inanv colonsza-
" . -
ti..n a. heme. Lus very n.aci. t.. answer for. the
world nvrr. in t!.r present biM-.ry of no,,.. r....s
inferior race. Where Ute principle prevail,
their wlKle tendeney i towardu the extinction of
the native race. Tt true t!ery of rruhlican
in!titutiot, il rightly carried out, would work
d ife rent result?, alliMugh even in America the
equal right of rate are not yet fully vindicated.
Vet there ia in Aiuerkan institution the correct
principle, and which ia every year being inore
and more fully camel out.
. There la to n.ucb of refemblamt? between the
New Zealand and Hawaiian j-eojJe, that a stu
dent nciuitinted w ith the one people cannot but
be interested in what can be learned from various
boot" concerning the other. Tl New Zcalander
aeews l live had the iuot ready wit, and r-haj-a
daring; the Hawaiian the richer and more
jioetic nature. Both racva were more industrious
than the majority of Polyneriana. New Zealand
aurpatwc altogether in internal resource and
i pna-jocta of a future in it own inhabitanta; Ha
waii will always be more nearly in intimate com
munication with the great civilized world. A
generations by.and the native racett decrease,
in these and other Polynesian groups, with cor
responding increase of mixed or foreign race, the
f4-eptre of power will naturally puis into the
hands of the more eneriretie reople. Tlieee
change will not ucccer-arily le by revolution, but
ny ttie natural order oi events, wi.ru xave pre
vailed in every country and with every people.
1'lto If-lui NeM'h.
The clip4-r hip Rtynurd delivered us, after a
long interval, a Ltrgo baU-h of ipcr, covering
adti.-c from Jr'y -Itu to 2Sth. rMi' the nom
ination of the JlcmocTatie candidate for Prefident
and Vice Prcti-'cnt, which wa rrjiorted in our I
laft it-ue, no very iuij-rtant event has occurred 1
in the interim. J
On the 20th of July, tha Hawaiian lU-cipr:ity I
Tresitv was !rouht up bef ire tlie Senate. .Two j
cjeuclic were made on it, one by Mr. Sumner, in
! it favor, and o ngtiiiif-t it, by Mr. FevK'talen.
and with other lusines it bis to lie over till the
Senate anm-iuhlc agiin in Septem!er. All di-
' eu--i .n on thi treaty ba to le in executive or
fcvrrl M-si.n, and a the-4 are short, it may take
' in.-w-r.il M-ion to afford time for all wlo wih to
i- ak on it.
At the u wi.n in S ptemlicr, more S.uthem
i Slat, a will I represcnie.1, and tlie .Senate will
: '"upr Wt ween GO and 7 senator, the approval
t a a a
! Iwo-Unru ol whom will iw necesary u. rainy
tlie me:iure. The new Senator are Southern
men, who are generally upiosed not to favor the
treaty, ami whose iutereat. it i thought, will
lead them to vote against it. The cliunce in
favor of a jsnge of the treaty, ierefore, what
ever they may have been, are now narrowed down
to a very slender point. Iu fact there seem to
be but a little hope for it.
We observe that a movement is being made in
Congress, to authorize the iuitiatory steps for a
reciprocity tictween the United States and Canada.
Should thi receive favor on both bides, and a
treaty be tlie result of the action that liOJ been
taken, it will help the vueuge of a similar treaty
with thi Kingdom. But these treaties are heavy
thing to bundle, and they move very slowly,
often taking years to complete them.
Congress has fully ratified the purchase of
Alaska, by voting the sum stipulated to be paid,
$7,000,000. Thi settles the tpucstion. An at.
tempt was made to acciunjany the bill with a
protest against any similar action on the partjuf
the Senate, without first obtaining the assent of
tlie lower House. Hut thi failed to pas, though
the attempt to pas' it shows that the popular
branch ol CuugrcfS is jealous of it right. It i
doubtful whctlier any treaty to purchase new ter
ritory will again be' ratified by the Senate without
first obtaining the sense of the other House. It
would be humiliating indeed, to have such a
The prevalence of the small-pox in San Fran
cisco should admonish our authorities to le pre
pared for it. whenever it make it ap?arunce
here, a it certainly uiuct. Every effort should
be uiado to -tVKvmrage the vaccination of a?f tri-y
year since it spread here lost. Consequently
half the population now living are exposed to it,
unles they have been vaccinated since 133.
There are no means of aw-crtaining how many of
the entire population urc liub'e to an attack, but
it must be a considerable portion. The Board of
Health bus at it di.posal ample fuud to meet ull
necessary esenses in connection w ith thi matter.
The tccuiietruction of the SoiitlK-ru States up
ears to lie going on rapidly, all but three
Wing now rcstoied to the Union. But a novel
feature of their reconstruction i the election of
black asiAcll a white to the State Legislatures.
For instance, we read that the Alabama Legisla
ture bad organised, thirty member beiug blacks.
TI.I.1 tk v.ill t.. tli.ii. t&ln. titfMt niTiitu '
turned to regard tlie colored mail a nothing but a
J chattel. How it will work there remain to bo
fwii. The Dcm-icratic ctrly talk n if they
would rather set- war again than submit to the
present state of things. The thoughtful should
read (.ten. Wade Hampton's remark at tho Dem
ocratic Convention in New Yori. They luean
The Slates tliat tave been fully restored to the
Union are Alabama, ArkaiUMts, Florida, Georgia,
Louisiana, North Carolina, Sjuth Carolina, and
TeiiiK-ssec eight in all. Georgia has not yet
adopted tlie Coiirtitutional amendment, but prob
ably will, and be soon added to the above list.
Three States, still controlled by a rebel majority,
refuse to accept the term offered by Cuugress,
and will remain out until they chooe to accept
tliem. These are Texas, Virginia and Mississippi.
President Johneon ha, for a wonder, made
some sound suggestions to Congress. He recom
mend tliat amendment to the Constitution be
past-cd providing for the election of President
and Vice President by a direct vote of the people,
and prohibiting any person from being President
two term iu succession. He also recommend
that United State Senators Ik? chosen as Represen
tative now are, by the people. These prop
osition ought to 1 engrafted ujin the Constitu
tion. Now the will of the people may be frus
trated in the election of a President tliat is, the
' candidate having thj highest number of votes
way be defeated, while the one having the few
est if tliere lie only two candidate in the field
may be elected !
A we anticipated some weeks ago would lie
the case, Gen. Napier lais been titled, and will
ircrcaftcr be known a Lord Napier of Mag
dala." He has, moreover, been voted a life pen
sion of $2'MK0 a year. In various other ways,
the English C-'Vcrnment and jieople have shown
their admiration of bis services and rewarded the
hero of Abyssinia. T2.'L certainly is doing the
thing promptly and hanibomcly. If now the
American people will but elevate the hero of
Richmond to the Executive chair id" the nation, it
w ill bhow that Republics aro not ungrateful.
. w a . - . V
The declaration of the irvnen .Minister oi jus
tice, made in the Corp LegLdatif J uly 10th, is sig-
' DiGi-ant, and should not pai unobserved, lie
! d.vlare that the separation of Church and State
I :n w .1 imlr a r.uestitill of time." The
All I . . . ... i
1 same is true of England. Austria and Italy. The
' current of he j.ptilar will in every country is
a.ai..st a tud.Hi of Lhunh nd Mate. The disro. I
lutionof the Ettabli!hnicnt in England will be the
;nal for like changes in other countries. Already
the Austrian IVime Minister has written the
Poj tliat he ha no Lupine to meddle in the
internal affairs of that country. The peojleof
theec countries find that the support by the State
of a lazy ect of clerical drones is a direct tax on
theiu, and they are determined not to endure' tlie
boudage any longer. Cut the band, and let each
sect rcfet on it own merit and its own people for
It will be oWncd that Lord Stanley has made
the statement that the Brit it-h Government is
now prepared to'concede the American doctrine
of the right of citizenship, which had already re
ceived the aeoent of the North German Confeder
ation, and jyhich will be incorjorated in every
treaty made hereafter. The principle is so just
and plausible that no statesman will undertake
to gaintay it.
The South American Republic, Empires or
whatever else they designate their respective gov
ernments, are ttilJ at loggerheads, and fighting
for more territory. The Panama Star informs us
that one night tie inhabitant of that city all re
tired to rest, witliout a dream of revolution ;
and in tlie mornirg &i entire win government had
charge of affairs, iuirg proclamation a quietly
a if it liad been established ten year. But this
i the way the Spuiiards like to live, and they
eein to enjoy it.
Tidal Phenomena On Thursday evening about
nine o'clock, the natives living on " Fitheruian'
Puint," south part of Honolulu, obervl the tide
rising higher than usual, and commenced shouting
so aa to ala.m the neighborhood. The aea however
diil not enter any jf the houses, though it washed
some of the door tills. About twelve o'clock mid
night the natives vere awaked by a peculiar noise
resembling persons wailing, and on going out found
the sea receding, th: noise being caused by the water
rushing over the re The return of the sea must
have len gradual, t it excited no special attention.
From that hour til morning the sea rose and fell
cial occurred. At seven o'clock, the sea again be
gan to flow out rajidly, until fifteen minutes past,
when it cheeked and ranidly returned. The extreme
j fall from the highut joint, as measured by Mr.
J Emrnes, was three fct and ten inches. At twenty
minutes past 8 a. it agi
! falling for fifteen mkmles.
ain receiled, and continued
when it turned and rose
tweuty-eight inches iu eight minute. Since that
hour it continued rhing and falling rapidly every 20
minutes, until aboU 25 minutes before 3 p it
reached the highest point, five feet and four inches
above the lowest laark. While the sea was receding,
it ran out the chauktl like a river, and over the stone
,on tLe nor'U Je the rb' rapids.
Stauding near Eaaiea ship yard, the water iu the
harbor was seen oae foot lower on one side of the
wall thau on the ither. The force of the submarine
shakes that can cause so rapid a motion of the sea,
must be powerful indent.
These tidal chaigcs arc undoubtedly produced by
earthquake waves t Hawaii, where some unusual
commotion i eviJen.y gting on. When the great
tidal wave occurred at Kau, at 4 P. m , ou the 2d of
April, it took two hjurs for it to reach our harbor,
but then it rose and ftl only twice and about twenty
inches or two feet, bit so suddenly as to attract gen
eral attention. Here e have a much greater dis
turbance, the differeure in the rise and fall being
more than double whal it then was. When advices
are received from Iiawdi, it will be found that there
has been a succession c" earthquake waves, probably
along the southern sbres of the island, and in all
probability a-couipanid with an eruption, either on
laud or in the sea. heavy earthquakes felt on
that island and the oie also here last Friilay night,
indicate an unusual iisturbance of the volcano, and
it will naturally be fllowed by an eruption.
Earthquakes haveccurred very frequently of late
in California, and ndeed along the whole Pacific
toast from Puget Somd to Chile, showing more than
usual activity in the nternal volcanic fires. It would
seem as if there wasin intimate connection between
the fires under Hawai and those in other parts of the
It will be intereting here to refer to the tidal
j phenomena, which ocurred throughout the group in
jooi. u commence at b I. .M., with the sea sud
denly receding aboir ight feet below high water
mark. The recA .'ft bar?, awi uuuy
killed. The sea sou returned and in 1'8 minutes
reached high water nark. It again receded six feet,
aud returned, and bis rise aud full continued for
several hours, at in;rvuls varying from 26 to IK)
minute. At Kaliulu the tidal wave wa enormous
and caused much dcM-uction to property. At Ililo,
the sea retired twentj fathoms and suddenly return
ed destroying house canoes and fish pomls. The
water iu the 'harbor rse twenty feet above high wa
ter mark, aud fell tcj feet below that mark, making
the maximum variatin thirty feet. The destruction
of lives and property it several of the village along
the Ifilo shore wa vey great. No eruptiou of the
volcano occurred, thugh the crater of Kiluuea wa
unusually active. A tidal wave is said to have also
occurred in May, 181.
riano Foite Kakcr and Tuner,
r-trm-. OKF1KS HIS SKK VICKX 1'OK
f - ". i:ic-airingij Tuiiuii; 1'iarma. hvn; lhe l-erl
j"iW"V " I ' natrrMl un liao.l. SjiU.taciHiii Kuarmiterl.
H I I orl.rt Ift at Mr. liacbrr'a Kurutture Kuotn
a ill m--t with lmim-liawttrntioo.
11. TUKMek.ll w ill lca tti-a- UlauJl ou tin? lt of Ocloln-r
riMiK BotitniM; st uooi. wort n a-
1 WAllAN BOV- hatiirf trrn auilt.iniat-1 wlili llir Vrn.
Archilrarou Mvn'l Scliol at Lahama. a SK1.KT KNULISII
UA SCHOOL will he cimnicrU on MUX 1)A V. ALU. 4tba
at llwScliuul buuae iu l'aaia YalM-y. !lir V 30 A. M. to
2:30 P. M. CIAULLS WILLIAM XLK.NKR.
M. lUle, recrTinc, anticurruaire
F'irCoolrr, Boilrn, Konf Stram Eiii;inra, Cast Flow, Iluasca.
Frncrs. Schuootra, aari,
AND ALL OTH KKIRON or WOODWORK.
6J4 6m rursileby C. BRKWKK it Co.
THE BARE GARSTANG !"
SAIt.KO FROM LIVKIll'OOL O.V TIIK
llih of JOE, with a
Full Assortment of GOODS,
The Prints are cf Xew & Choice Styles
Samples per 'Xontana,' on 22d inst
ess 2m TIIKOD. II. DATIES.
EX ROBERT COWAN !
JXCLISII SOAP. AVIIITE LEAD,
Boiled Oil, Faacy Biscuits,
White L. Cloths, Ginghams,
Crimean Shirts, Ribbons,
XEW IRKSS GOODS!
Skirts, Ribbons, &.c, 5tc.
IN SI'LCNMD OUrER,
IIIDSON BAY CO.'S RED SI L 31 ON !
FOR SALE 11 V
tiif.o. ii. DAVins,
IMo. July 2.V Further advices from Japan!
to'tho Sl'th of June arv received. All the Foreign
Miuisters had united in a protest against the renew
al by the Mikado of hi doeres airaint Christians.
The civil war coiitimifd to race with great vio
leB. The troops of the Mikado are in possession
of all the orts of entry to foreigners. Tie leader
had a large army against the spiritual Emperor,
and was gradually advancing on Yedo. where the
party of the Tycoon is very strong. There has
been some fighting in the vicinity of Yedo. but with
no decisive results. Il is thought the war between
the two parties, wlme respective strength and re
sources appeared to lie so evenly balanced, would
resr.lt in a division of the couutry into two inde
pendent Empires, governed by the Mikado aud the
cxbt a. vauiu, bcnkt r. LascniD, cbis. . atasaa.
WILLIAMS. BLANCIIAHD k CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
No. 305 Front Street,
63 ftm SJ. FRJ.VCISCOJ
ASA LES M A V. TO T R A V K L FO RAMA XC
J:3L FACrt RINU COMPANY ami aril by Samples ; a rara
cbaace to rtv.ge in a pruQtatle hu-u . Cat out au.l rrcura
tliia alvenmrmrnt to k'. IitHlNU & CO., 418 Montgomery
i ttrrrt,fn Franciaco, A sent, tor Uie Company. 608 lm
la M. A 9 .Tt la M la 1. 1' A I
Those Splendid Upright Piano Fortes,
t WHICH HAVE BEEX PRO.
VOL NCKL by tbe txrtt Muicid of the city
THE II.VLST ril0S MlMFlCTlBtD.
3S 61 WM. FISCHER.
WALKER & ALLEN
Per Recent Arrivals,
ravllK. FOLLOIVIXG ASSORTMENT OF
M MercbaLiliae :
S'aliuun ia barrel,
Suluiun in half twrrvta,
balmuD in kits,
lrirtl A .U-t. half barrels,
CajM.9 tr-rHi llnnis.
Caws Urvuu Uscuo.
Fresh aluioo. In 1 b tins,
ua SuM.-rnr llran, ,
Araurt-t .Nail., Ikiwner's KerMcn,
Kuua CotTcr, AvurteU l'inl.ij;e,
llurlap. Ctttin Duck,
IB9 lm ac, ic, c.
T ii. t. ? i i o 1 !
Ex " R. C. WYLIE,"
UI'ERIOIt WESTI'II A LIA II A. MS.
Superior Swim Cheese,
Half Hhls. Crushed Sugar.
ALSO, FROM LONDON,
Tit I'p Kiprrsi for a Tropical tliaiate by f rs 3l
II 'est Iml'ui Pickles,
lied and Black LStrrant Jellies, in glass jars,
Mult Vineijar.for Tut Je use.
Assorted Pie Fruits,
FOR SALK BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & GO.
Have Just Received
Per T. O. Aylio,",
OFFER FOR SALE,
.4LES WHITE SHIRTINGS
Bale Hessians ami Bapginfr,
Moleskin, Heg.nu Stripes,
FUuneU, tni'litli Denims,
alosqulto Netting, Hair Nets,
Woolen und Cotton Dress Goods !
TV ix len Pant Stuff's, Cashmeres,
' Alpaca Voata, Cottnu aotl Wiwlen Pants,
Pilot Jackets, lleary Blue Frocks,
Cotton Socks, Stockinrs.
Cotton and Ljnen Ilacjkerchief.,
Silk lDbrrllas uil Parasols,
rii: laiASaA skiuts,
Ilhick Silk Braid, hewing Silk.
Silk Ribbons, black and colored,
Aa A&s&rtzsest sf English SaJdTcs;
Bridles, Bits, Girths and Spars,
:iMor, Pocket Kfires, Jewsharps,
Wash Blue, liking UUmi,
Canvas, Rigging LcuiIht,
White atid B.ack KnglUh Paints,
Linseed Oil and Turpentine,
White and Yellow Sp,
. ltll Upe. Titrred Kope,
IIuUm: Uope, Manila Itopc.
Twine, Oeruian Cigars,
I. est laiigHsli l'alc Ale,
German Iji r Beer,
tleiiuine llolland tiin.
Finest Ktem 1, Bra.idy.
Claret, Paulrt Catiet aid St. Julien,
Sherry and Port Wine,
Hock Wines, l.ielfiui'iiu.ilcl.,
Nier.teiuer and Kiel-lieinier.
Alcohol I Hum, Corks,
A.D i tUKAT YIUIIITY OF OTI1LU COODS.
Mccracken, merrill &. Co.,
FOR WARDING AM)
CU.U.UISSIOA .11 1: ISC II A.TS,
IWAVINU It KEN KN'CACKI) IN OUR IMtF.
B sent business (r upwards of seven years, and being
located iu a fire proof lrii-k huildinir, e are prepared to receive
and disiuaeof Island staples, such as Sujrmr, Kice.S.vrups. I'uiu,
Couee, Ate, to a'lvnutaxe. CiuMittnineois especially aniiciled
for the Orrou market, to which personal attention srill be paid,
aiad apun which cash advances will be made when required.
Sax 1'aaStiaTO KicrKRitsCKX:
Badger A laodcuberger, Jaa. l'atrick As Co..
Fred. Iken. W . X. Coleman Ol Co.,
tleveos. Baker & Co.
Allen tt Lewis. l.add 4i TiUuu. Leonard A Green.
C33 Walker & Allen. ly
The Commercial News Depot,
AL'CSUST lO, 1809.
New York Herald
M lndependeot. ....
French Courier .. ......
Luodon Illustrated News
Sao Francisco Bulk-tin....
" A Ita California.........
Sacramento Cnion............. ......
San Francisco French Courier
June 20-27, July 4
..June Juiv 4-11
...........None rece ved
June 10-1 7-4
June "11-27, July 4
...Jure 13-'JU--7. July 4
June 1S--J5. July 2
June 14-24. July 1
...May 30. June e-13-JO
...May 30, J une 6-l-.'0
...May 31, June 7 -14-21
June 27, Julv IS
June 20-27, July 4
June 27, July 4-11
June 27, Jnly 4-11
June 20-27, July 4
New York Evangelist
New York Observer
London Art Journal...
North British Keview..
All the Tear Kou id
C. BREWER & Co.
American Clipper Ship 1 Ceylon,'
A Large Assortment of
CONSISTING IX PiRT OF THE FOL
LOW INtf :
Best Anthracite Steam Coals,
W hale B o at ,
Large Smooth Bottom Whale Boats,
Large Smooth Bottom Whalo Boats, with Centra Boards,
A small and well-selected lot of 7 M feet, 1 to 6 Inches.
100 Cases Byar.'s Eight Card Mat"he.
Best Tennessee Saddles.
25 Cases No. 7 Leather Belting !
Best Oak Tanned, from 3 to 5 inches.
FINE INDIA RUBBER HOSE,
With Couplings, Pipes and Sprinklers.
Casks III ack smiths' Coal.
Barrels Rosin, Kegs Hide Poison,
Casks Palm Oil, Barrels Bungs,
Cases fpts. Turpentine. Cases Bensiue,
Cases Paper Bags, Cs. BlackJDg-
LIGHT COVERED WAGONS!
- Hales Gunny Bags, Bales llarlaps,
Xaiglvt Xlxpross Wagons.
HAN Z CARTS,
Light Hand Carts. Heavy Philadelphia Hand Cards.
HORSE AND MULE CARTS,
Made exprassly for Trash Carriers, and cheaper than any ether
kind of vehicle for such purposes.
I 11 r GOODS,
Bleached Namaake Cottons 1-4,
Bales Langdon Cottons 4 4,
Bales Amoskeag Denims,
Bales Pearl River Denims,
Bales Amoskeag Brown Drilling,
Bales Manchester Denims,
. Cases Cotton Thread,
Cases Blue Drilling,
Quarter barrels Pork,
Quarter barrels Dried Apples,
Casks oT Cheese,
Cases Yest Powder,"
Boxes Codfish, .
Half barrels Granulated Sugar,
Ilalf barrels Powdered Sugar.
Boxes Salt Water Soap, .
Cases Eastern Brooms,
Cases Paper Bwps,
Cases Corn SUrch,
ZJI-X-x-oIjhi Urtix-y Salt,
' Cases True Lemon Syrup,
Cases Pepper ewnce,
Casrs Condensed Milk
Casks Pilot Bread,
Barrels best Pilot Bread.
lw ir, snooits.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS !
Plows, Hay Cutters,
Plow Points, Wheel Jacks,
Cultivators, Ox Yokes,
Cart Fpokes. Ox Bows.
Bufgy Pl'afls, Plow nandlt-s.
Cart Hubs, . l'lant-rs' Hoes,
Axles and Boxes, Canal Barrows.
Kegs Nails, Bellows,
Hatchets, axe pattern. Handled Axes,
Shii gling Hatchets, Farmers' Boilers,
Counter Scales, Crowbars.
Manila Cordage, Hay Rope, Bone Yarn
Patent Coffee and Rice Hullers,
Patent Fire Extinguishers,
Tloxe Tin Plates.
Hales Burlap Bays for Ctffee or Bice,
" Drums Boiled Linseed Oil,
Ke.js White Paint.
An Invoice of Sash and Doors.
CEDAR SHINGLES, Ac.
TiVO IIALLET & Cl"JIST0X
A Large and Splendidly Assorted Invoice of
BLANK BOOKS & STATIONERY.
COO Cases Dovner's Oil.
AN INVOICE OP
Kerosene Lamp 3 and Glassware.
A Variety or Small Articles,
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION,
Fon to aa.imivE
Ilsiwsiiisiii Psickct J-inc
THE A 1 CLIPPER BARK
i& Clai-a JEl. Sntil !
X. V. BROOKS, Master.
Will Sail for the above Port, This Day,
Saturday, August 15th.
For Frvieht or Passage, having Superior Accommodationt lor
Cabin and Steerage Paaaeiicers. apply to
ft Sin WALKER ALLEN, Areola
FOR VICTORIA, It. C.
TUB A 1 BRITISH BRIO
!Rol)ei?t Cowan !
J. A. GARDINER. MASTER
Will Leave for Victoria, B. C, on or abont Thars
day, the 20th iastant.
For freight or passags apply to
fea It TilEO. n. D ATI Eg, Arent.
Hawaiian Packet I.inc
THE FINE AMERICAN CLIPPER BARK
Now Due from Humboldt Bajr;
lHt7 lave Dispatch for tite above Port on her arrival.
For freight or passage; having superior accommodations for
cabin and steerage aavngers, apply to
WALKER Jc ALLEN, Agents.
1868. PER ALASKA 1868.
Now Landing from the "Alaska,"
FJFTEEX DA TS FROM PORTLAND,
SUP R COLUAIBM RIVER SILMON !
IX BARRELS. HALF BARRELS AND"
Salmon IVapes or IJcllics,
In ViUs and hair barrels, put up expressly for Family Ca,
warranted A superior quality, and of tba catch of the SimIiib: of
FRESH OREGON HAMS,
Half barrels Dried Apples,
Cases Pilot Bread. 4
Cases Fresh Salmon, in lib and 21b cans,
a s)lendid article. For sake by
U7 et BOLLES St CO.
JUST RECEIVED. EX "ALASKA," .
A NEW LOT OF
FRESH COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
IN BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS.
For sale by o37 Si CI1AS. N. SPaNCkK. CO.
FRESH SMOKED SALMON,
AND HALF IIBLS. SALMON BELLIES,
very choice articles. For sale by
U7 3t CUAS. N. SPENCER CO.
A Fresh Lot of Shoulders and Sides of Bacon
flWGKTIIER WITH A LARGE LOT OF
J OREGON PRODUCE. For sale by
637 at CUAS. N. SPENCER tt CO.
Complete and Efficient Plant!
I7H)R TAKING OFF ONE TON OF SUGAR
. per day of tea working hours, consisting of
ON E IRON MILL and horse-power.
ONE CKNTRIFCOAL MACHINE and horse-power for tor-
hine.wlipl when thtre ia a ifond heail of water Clarifier.
S0R0UUM PAN, forty feet long.
UPPER and LOWER FURNACE MOUTI13 and grate-bars.
IRON CHIMNEY. twenty-Ore feet by twenty-four inches,
TWELVE IRON COOLERS, to hold one ton each. - .
All of the Latest and most Approved make,
And may be had by giving a few weeks uolica to the nodcr
- i r AOKW.
A LARGER MILL, Pans and Chimney.
TWO CENTRIFUGALS, with Engine and Boiler to drive
TWENTY COOLERS, all complete as above, and capable of
takiu off from two to three tons per daj, for 5,&OOt
Thne allowed on approved paper, or a liberal discount for
Cash. Modifications made in the above Machinery to suit
cirroai stances as reqairtd.
The a.nlenigned having had considerable experience In the
above style of Sugar Machinery, will guarantee its doing effi
ciently and satisfactorily the work specified, with ordinarily
good cane and juice, and is prepared to supply Plaus and
bpeci&cations ol what Machinery ia requisite to make on the
above principle any specified amount of sugar up to Four Tons
per day, siul lie is fcalUUed that no larger quantity ol Sugar
from the same juice and no better Raw Sugar can be made by
inr Machinery whatever foot exceDting Ihd Vacuum or other
Steam Pans.) than by a properly arranged Sorghum Pan Ap
paratus, with Clariflers, Cooliug hurfaoea. Furnace, Fluea and
Chimney in proper proportion to each other, ahile less skill la
required in the jnanngement than with any other apparatus.
For further particulars apply to
637 ltn W. L. GREEN.
L A It O 11 HUS !.
"F" THOSE PL4KTERSt. OTHERS,
,Ja. m want of . ,
Will address a liueto'the uiMlrri(rnd, stating what liind of
men. and how many tbey will be likely to want, he will en
deavor to have their requirement met, as far aa practicable. .
There being at tbe preseut moment so many different views
What Class of Labor is Best,
Or what Laliorers will lie permitted to be imported, that the
united action which is necessary to obtain any adequate amount
of Imported Lalor ia wanting. By gelling the viewa of the
majority, Sumething may be effected, or a sufficient number of
various classos of laborers may be asked for to make it worth
while to organise (with the sanction of the Board of Immigra
tion)exelitions in different quarters.
KJ'i lm W. L. GREEN.
Per Robert Cowan, from Victoria,
IMMELS PERFUMES. I'OMADES AND
English Yellow rVap.
White Lead, Coiled Oil, "
Also, Expected Early in October,
PER BARK 4 GARSTAf-G,'
A WELL ASSORTED CARGO OF
English and French Goods,
NEW STYLES OF PRINTS,
And (he Usual Aaswrisssc-ai af
Dunville's Irish Whisky,
Guinness' Dublin Stout,
Ind Coope & Co.'s Bottled Ale,
Marrian's Draught Ale,
&c, Ac-, Le. .
637 lm TilEO. II. DATIES.
Tlie Old Curiosity Shop,
NOT BY BOZ, BUT BY F0S.
TIIE l DERSIOXKD TIEOS TO XOTIFT
. his friends and the puMic getierally that he has now on
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Crockery !
Tobacco and Cigars,
And the most heterogeneous collection of articles ever gathered
together in one Store, and which from
Being Purchased Low will be Sold AecordiBglr.
FAMILIES WILL BE SUPPLIED CHEAP.
Orders 'mm the other Islands will be carefully attended to
and fillad at prices covering a bare eomroiksioo.
A complete assortment of . "
Garden Seeds, Vegetable & Flower,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Sage, Mint, Thyme, Summer Savory, Parsley aud none Radish
Hoots constantly for sale.
Book-keeping on Moderate Terms,
4X1) TAUGHT FOR A SMALL CONSIDERATION.
(rr Do not forget to give the Old Curiosity Shop A call, as
bargains rarely met with elsewhere are to be found.
The Old Curiosity Shop, F n stroet.
434 2n Uppoiite tlie Uov'l Offices.