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OY ADAMS WILDER.
oa Tuesday. - - - - auoust 18th,
At 19 (Trinea. A. at War Kooes.
iro, . o, ,
An Assortment of Merchandise
L .. let.
atant a ad FVne.
11 c twl aa.
Lmi Seaoaeae Oil, raBfxaC Paper.
A"j StlifUM, It.tlf K-trrrl Ce I'iiU
kruul. Ukjs IPtwrd Riim. Ftrnittre. etc.
Desirable Residence !
IX WAILUKV. MAUI.
X IIOt.HR LIKCK AXI XKW.WITII
fr EjeWeat UarOa-. rrujt t(. ale Pri vilrgrs. JaHaJ
na a., Aa., ail ia guod aoiar.
Jauira ac a
im. c. . KrrntrrxiK.
M THE WELL.KJfOWJf
ff"aTTA!D. fUMl a Ue coraer mt
. J ...... Mru. TW artaeipal Boiktia niim af
w4 atsrd ventilated t, aita. at-el&em, uwuKinv of
efMe aad Oveo, Hb ta Wrf rnwi. and atr.ee
KoanUuxu. fur further lofuratattoa a poly IU
UAL. I! err. 37 At
Dwelliitsr IIoiimc to -Let!
ai TIIR LtROK AMI COMMODIOl
HotSIt, aa Jaat atrt, nTir pll y Mr. J.Jitt-
a3 Una- c'MMMcf4 mtttk lh dUu( ar ttoul t.o acre
T hMMi, fur larmv. Ac. a pi Is
JA In. CASTLE At COOKC
In aMuunuu -X7"l-lo3r.
the t4 deh.ii u ' :i orr:R roR
f M at. anwrta m Ximu VaiUry, btck t. au. f in
at aVatratM kiciooa ar aaauiy raavlaaiar la IU
twnui i a. " ( bMiaa wtth ais rim aal la
aMary aaM-aaxMiiaif. mult a An htra. IW'I bk kMUM.
ana a a. Muaior a( ra. Trxta. auca aa awrs aawlk aaU
api-la. a.k u wtiii'H ara t-'aruia'- Alaav a paatara M af JS am)
a.ij'iliiif. vhiebia a.ncx.1 k a n- MnlL
CIA It II. Mcl.VTTRE.
Valuable Pro;ertie3 for Sale!
The Suar Plantation at Onoulinai,
ro0IIH tf l.'IIU A HBa,
tT ' at a taaa, a t'HMK At A. . 30 Mm ar
aVi 'aai ri mi il h awl diaaamt tua aaal tuawaM
HHMra a alaatatal .' a a.' at. Th aa apwanla a( Jua)
raas af taw Lami. af akrcH ttiiajt IOt acraa arw mmm alant
ail. a a,,rtl.a) ml mhtc. tll kn4; a Uk.alf Hum f Ik
Tna aai Wik ar rawpiaKa ami u ar-t iwmuhI anlar.
na) a .akl mt ar alf 1 1 imm aifatf. laaaa ara XA
anel M..ranav ami U MitWmy aaak Ha l awt laa .VilV. aaaa,
0t aaal f Nki V..r Catthr. aifUn ! h Uaraataa.
Carta. " .k-a, aa .aarathiaa; aaaaaaay tai atari l
friiai Hhmu rUrtArf noCay. TOi'f. la A m4 tt.n la
In a alaaaant (ualMv. Tai rUa,-atb aal Viwvk ara raa.
aa ml lanltitf aaja, fl ataaoaa kna aa4 fftmn attaataaa aa
lb I aaa. UO luaauf ua ar aaaaxa.
ALiti, TUK SMALL
Sugar Plantation at Auaakea !
Kallaata K t
Work alt uaiBtattaAlaapaAWaf aoing 1 laa af fogs'
The Wooden Storehouse with Slate Boot
itaati aa Ula iariwat Lot. asl a J R.ibaaa A Cm '
Ara.nual kainin-f. awa atrrat, laartaar mtth Um Lcaa cf Uat
rartk'r parlknuWa, arWra aal tarm af af all tt
aaoaa. apply U W. L. UtttM.
!V. "fn. aftoa PiHNt.aa If a prrvtaoaty atapraW of.
will a a at aa at lilli AactMaaaaav aawat U JiaaftMaSrf
aaxL aj7 2m
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Oiler- for JSulo
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
A pvrtinm ReceictJ If the Dark
R. C. WYLIE, from Hamburg:,
ASH OTHERS EXPECT EI
To 4lrriTC litre the Coming Fall,
WILHELM I., from Bremen,
A. J.POPE, from New Bedford.
pCLMII AMD EKE.VCH EA.tr PRIXTd
Bruaa, W kiu. Blur ami Turkey IUJ Catiuaa.
Brow a aJMl BIoa Cnliaa Drilla,
Ilickary ftrlp, Tlckiaita, him- Vrmmts,
Blanket., f laaacta, Mairakioa,
Cobourgs, Alpacas, Lastings,
. OiDyhaai, therttaf, Linra, Imartiala,
Bitrl:H. kvi Oil G14K,
IXaaUrcltirl. Taab, Pnacboa,
CuKliaK Liuca TIra. acl Sawuig Collna.
thin Braki aal PWI ara Cunla,
ClntMn. Sbirta, U wirry,
Wmmlrnm' ami Ua Um aa. Caa,
Silk nml .llcrluu Drrr CooNt
TiMa Co Tar aol Cnamtarpana.,
Cotton anl ?i:k rmhran-i.
Cam! aa4 flair Braahra.
BrlfM feneifif Wire. ?fa. S al Xa. .
Ja.tar' rneket aajj Nasi A Kaira.
Kave anal Fwka.
rn.4 Ma. Z, 3.4,6, ,
T.Ik. Nlrtal Sheathing,
Aol CeaposiiMM aila.
Wines. Beers and Spirits.
Roofing; Sin tea.
Flte mmd ripe Clay.
Cordajf , llemp Canras and Sail Twice
A 11 ER IC A IV GOODS !
Invoices of Provisions and Groceries,
Invoices of Wooden Ware,
Invoices of Hardware.
Cotton Canvas aiiii Sail Twine
ALL WHICH IS
OfTtHED S1LE BLT0BE OK O.Y 1KRIV1L,
At UarM Market Prleeav.
- .t-D OX
OllMSVi!.roR .A4K. THE PlaT-
uaua and Tune.
BY C. S. BARTOW.
i flRRp cm c np IRHfl & SUNDRIES
on honday. : :
: : : AUGUST 17th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK A. M-,
The ridfMrr4 will Sell at Pikllr JfttUa,
AtVi Sture K'jl U J. l:JHon Jr ".' Fire I'rwf
lluutl'-ivj, Intern trtt.
A LAKH AMD TALI A ELK ASiioRTM A-JiT OF
Bar Iron, Round, Square and Flat
J SJ1 ILL LOT OF f 0TKHTOliS ttllLS,
An rtl "t noP IROX. , I. 1 fn. nj 11 Inch.
r.ACK.'K CoJirXe-lTloN Iroa Work aad irwo TmU
Baoya, Ae.j alare. CVf'I' V .mm U-IUM.II-.C
r. fire Braiaa, lnr W irt Cloth.
I'cmnfoaal irr llut. liai-tnl Metal. W ir Kiriinr.
huail rM CLam, koVr facklatf. Vem-t. hak Tin.
b locks. K. Ac. J Cava. 1 Cov pbum Pao.
1 pai bl KaAUma Iruo kbiraoc Uatra. 1 kmI Ual,
I t-irr Waoa. 1 Irs R1 Krrpr, Vmtfm ScaX.
CaM Iroo Put. 1 pair Iroo PoMing Lnjotk, and a vanrt of
auaUin. TtUUS AT SALK.
C. 8. BARTOW. Aoctioor-r.
i:i:c; i i. iii noon saik.
ON WEDNESDAY, - - AUGUST 19th,
At 10 O'clock. A. M- at Salra Roan.
ITi 5otf i
A VARIETY OF DRY GOODS !
O.fC GOLD tTATCH,
BarrrU and IIIf Carrels falimbla Elf rr SaIhar.
A Callrcllaaj af niatarlral aad alhrr Ilaaka.
oal 313 state!
AT AlCTIOA !
: : : AUGUST 22d,
: o'clock nouo.
Will h a 4 I at Pol lie Aax-twrn. IS fctiiua at ftraavot ool
al aCKaixaa ay Mr. VI?CI1K. auutr oa llotH rt.
avotaj v( frrna Alakaa aim I on lla Ic4 arw I I'wllinc
lluam a. aw ailotx, bakliaaT cooCainlna' tbrr rwiai, um baav.
aWialina. aaulanf ibraa ronaa. al tt-Tniia.
TNar. I aia aa laa Couk-kowar, VkaL, Ac.
f u (UrtJarr aariMTaLar ''j to C. . B t RTOW.
ON TUESDAY. : TT : AUGUST 25th,
At 10 a'clork A.
it the ui!ula(i: or nc. Tiionis nrcucs
Jfaaaaa. aaar Kakal Mravt,
triLC BC SOU JT flBLIC JlCTtOX
The Forniture of Said Heidence!
Ctmprmtimg m i'mrittg af
rJKl.OK.MCttMOO.UJ.10 XITCHE.V fLMMITUKE.
Xr fartaiaiara ay Mft
BOLLES & CO.
ntVK RKCEIVEU UHVE ADDITIONS
la Ittrir iUxm ml
General IMei-elinrKlifso I
II V THE I..ITK AKRIVAM,
$tmr A Itral iaa mf I'a rr kiaara la
KrapaclfMlly Imwitrd. 3m
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL!
T MfW I'll ICKN. foil MALE III'
.tt-3a H'LLr3 At
I.IIE LAST ll FOKTATIOX. A Sl VERT
aaitiy. Fr aal. ty
BOLLI-5 4 CO.
f-XMl KALE BV
I1 6-li 3ia
Colombia Hirer Salmon.
EXTRA NO. I. RECEIVED PER R. XV.
Huolf. and UN by (Ckt3 lm BOLLLd Co.
Geiiuinc .11 a ii i la Ci?;rM.
M OKSL'I'ERIOR Ul'AMTT.
m)rJP for .at. by HOU.U A CO.
!. K. Nana bc.Ur la Ik auaxkrt.
Button Card .llnlclicM.
FEW CASES FOR MALE UV
JJ Sea UoLLKS A CO.
AVel plinlin IIxiiiim.
A FEW Of VER V M'I'KKIori Ql' t I.ITT
V f ur aale by (Jii 3o) HjLL.tJ CO.
Salt AVati-r Soap,
4 XD CHEMICAL OLIVE SOAP.
tvr uie by
BoLLES At CO.
lilot nml A'nvy ISrcail,
A M A KI'NKK.Ui ISSllRTM EXT OK
y, KO:i:Rl. Mp M'-rca, Ac-vAc
r r aalr by Gli 3ta) EOLLEd ax CO.
fleet and 1'orU'.
IX OR OCT OP COX I).
For aale by -U 3m)
BOLLLa A CO.
DOZEX CA LIKORXIA IIROOMS.
A . for awJe by
CJ 3in) KOLLI3 Co.
floftton Crushed Surar.
IOR SI LE BV
' 64J Srn
BOLLEU A CO.
CIOI.DKN GATE MILLS PLOCR. RE
M CLITfcD by r-ry arramrr, Jitrrt (rfn I be Milt.
A.lra Family, bakrra Kxtra. aiI Suuernne.
a-.i aa, boLLES A
Aiiclioi'.x and Cliaiii.
A X ASSOKTMKNT OF SIZES S CITABLE
V aarroaatcra, Inr aal. by
6.1 i ana
BOLLES A CO.
II(Cii aud Manila Cordage.
ITtOt' K STRAND HEMP SIZE FROM
1 3 turn lo 7 H:a-
Bolt Rope, Seisin;. Uooftrliue, Marline, Ppuo Yarn. ILiaa.
berline, Ac. Ac.
31 A XI LA COHDAC.F.,
Intent of aw, I sal by
BOLLFS A CO.
I! cm p C.1UT.1M.
OTOIl CCT X'OTCII FLAT. CA X-
tne sal. ay (Ji Ben) BOLLILS A CO.
AJO. I TO ft WUODIIl'Kl'
1 Laareaca Maanfactuey. For aai. t
Rot lnglih Portland Cement.
OHKNDAI.E CE.M EXT. FO R SAEE l V
6U1 era H 'l.LUS A CO.
FROM THE SANTA CRI'Z KILN'S WE
are in receipt of this article by ever racket, and ran
supply oar caatoracra atU a fomi article at t lwra( pnee.
UOLLM A t.
rwVAK. PITCH. IIRlfallT VARXISII
Co IL TAR.
tar Sale bjr
UOLLE3 A- CO.
UOAT liARD.i tOR PALK BT
UM At CO.
18 FEET FOR SALE DT
IRDM 8 TO
Pure Sperm Oil.
A SI" HERIOR QI'ALITV. AT
'ur sale by
A 9 LK aod UeUiL
J i do.
B'JLLKS A CO.
BEST BOSTON' CIDER
sale by (6.1.1 3n)
VI N ER A It. FOR
B il.Lrli mr CO.
Was Awarded at the Paris Exposition !
TO T1IK MAKKR3 OF
Fairchild's Celebrated Gold Pens
WHICH ARE CONSIDERED M'PE
KlUK to eeery other kind. A na- asaortaiea I Laa
beeo received by Kapresa. loci ail. o
Dek Iloiders and r n. in (Treat variety.
ladta Babber Pencil Case an-l Pen.
Official Knrroaaine Fen.
Frarl HafMlle.1 Gold Pen.
The latter makes a very neat ornament for a Lady's t'a-t&.lio.
For aale only by II. M. W HITS KV.
Pictorial History cfthe Late Rebellion !
TOI.UME 2 JCST RECEIVED. T0LOIE3
I and 2 can m be furnished. The tltird Vclnme. antra
oil complete the aork, will nrtly be iasurd. Price fSprr
luue. For sale by (t35) II. Al. VTI1ITNKV.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
Per Hawaiian Bark " II. C. Wjlif a11
ASSORT MK NT
Dress Goods and Fancy Articles
Hemp Canras and Sail Twine!
Bsrtapa, Letter aoI Wrapplnf Paprr,
Lamp Cbimorya, Phiog!. Nails,
r.iiiitH nml Paint Oil,
Beers, Wines and Spirits, Alcohol.
For Sile at UtaaouaUe Frier am! fnwaUe Terms.
t 1 o g c i r o
PER HAWAIIAN BAKK
pKO.M UKE.MEN. AS ASSORTMENT OP
WINES, LIQUORS AND BEERS,
COG SAC, In Qiurta and Piota,
COGN AC. oT auprnor quality,
II O I.L.A N D G I X. Id rrrru eaars.
Cbatcaa Cai.t nmlr,
Slvpai da Trrtre.
Deetjen's Pale Ale, in Qts. and Pints,
Dectjen's Porter, in Quarts,
Holler's Lager Beer, in Quarts.
Aleobol, 96 per Cent. Full Proof.
Ear Sale at
6373m F. A. SCIIAF.FF.R & CO.'S.
About One Hondred Head of Cattle !
XOW Itir.VM.MJ IX PAl'OAi
ALLKY. cm.ia1io vt M1LCU COHSi
andCALVKji. lan iirt ot
I'aititM and Taint Oil.
HCIIUI'CK'S REST ZIXC FAINT,
U. JL Mining u Lrad ,
Rxl Lea J,
a Variety of Fancy Paints.
Tlaat Tarpaotina, Copal Tarobb, Boaole, Ac. Ac.
for a. by &3i 3m BoLLr-8 A- CO.
rNS WATER CRACKERS.
Jenny Und Cake, Ac, Ac.
U i 3a
Tor aai by
BOLLKS A- CO.
ALU A RLE
W. L GREEN.
U haia aud Lcaaa.
GREAT VARIETV OF EW ANDPKfONO
baud tfogar and other MACHINERY lal. Apply
lo (63a Sin) W. U.
QKDEIlii RECEIVED FOR
The Honolulu Iron Works Co.,
Ao1 ESTIMATES for Machioery firen.
A pply to
H. L. GREEN.
W. L. GRRKN,
IIAKTERS NEGOTIATED AND VESSELS
Ti boagbt aod sold.
Apply to W. L. OKKLN.
I9F.KT IRISH AXD AMERICAN PORK,
M in blla. and ball bbi. and at retail, at the Family Gro
cery and Ft-rd Store.
C1HOICE SCLTAXA RAISIXS. IV
J boxr.and at Betail. at the Family Groorrt
More. tuta im)
F1F.ST CALIFORNIA H AMS AXD BACON
! M and I lair b' Cream ClH-eae. fr sale at the Family Oro-
eery aad Feed store. 6J loi) I. BAKTLI.TT.
Boots which are Boots!
WHICH CAN'T BE BEAT!
; Has Krcrive d, per Steamer Montana
i From San Francisco,
; V Jilonclil AHsortmcnt
Ladies', Hisses' and Children's
BOOTS AND SHOES
I rani the Celebrated F-stabuSha-ent ef
Miles & Son. and Seiberlich & Co.,
EIXC EXTIREIr Sl I'ERIOR TO AN V-
1NO In the Stxw line ever
rrr off-red the public ot Ilooo ylTTtuds an enthusiastic reception. The Prussian Con-
I yourselves ttat inch U a, Bulate now becomes merged in that of the Confedera-
I lata. Ladies, lease call aud
ALSO. A SMALL INVOICE OF
Ladies', MUscs and Children Hoops
rbof..n'( Plati(ue Eyelet Patent,
Tboeipaoo boable Kyclet Petit Quaker,
The IndeatroctiUe Corrutaled Clasp Mifsea' Skirt,
Thootoii Celebrated Croan Miases Favurtte.
Patent " Glove Fitting " Corset!
The only perfect Corset excels la Durability. Perfection of P
F.'ni.h a a-1 tlejrance of Shape, aod la the most popular Corset
j ever intrndoced into tbi market.
Tbe Ulove t'ittiic Corset is cat on an entirety new principle
i a huh removrs all objeclioos tuually made ti ceaed Corset.
and allien .eure a more perfect fit and more ease and enmfurt
! than any other. M, McIXERSV,
I 634 6t Corner of Fort M ' .haul treeta.
i Arinif iiitrntrix.'s IVotice.
VI.I PERSON'S II AVI NO CEA I.MS AGAINST
the K.tate of Kev. LOW AKI JOHNSON, late of Waioli,
. Kauni. are requested to present the same, and all tnoae in
I debted to the Katate to make immediate ptyment to the tm
I der.irned on or before the 1st day nf Jannary next.
I13 S. JOHNSON. Administratrix.
Waioli, Kauai. July So, IStiS. 677 lm
JAPAKS.: TJCA !
JCST RECEIVED PER STEAMER
I IDA HO. for sale by
I 3m AFONO A ACUCCK.
The Orcrlniit! .Monthly.
XEV MAOAZINE DEVOTED TO
tlie Ievelopnent of ihe Country. Published by Roman
A Co., of fan Fraocisra. rHihcrlptln received by the under,
aienol at i a year, including Americaa and Hawaiian post,
The number for July it the trst Issued. For sale by
J U lm 11. M. VUMTNEV.
S.iTMDA V, AUGUST 15.
XOThS or TUG WEKK.
A-M.t-.tcnriTT Jrocr ron Hawaii. A Wnsh
iiifrtun UiaaU-h it that Alfred S. llartwell, lonucr
1 CVIoiiel of the Fittj-fifth M tasfM-husetts Volunterrra
f color.!.! has etn i"iivitJ. on the recommendation
of l'rot Washbura of HrfArd LniversiCy Law
ra a.. a a a , 1 .a t . tL. W.V.
scuooi u, ine p.. iun ot aw - - cuTfrl wbije the j,, Prince K9J Pff Keakkea
preme Court of the Hawaiian (iuimich) bauuu. .
He has oocrpte.1 the invitation, and will pruced ku- Two persona ou board were thrown off from
hortlj to a.sutue the duties. The position u a nxwt their fevt, an 1 the essel careeued so as to take in
honorable an well a? remunerative one, and the ap- : tex on both sides. At 'Waiohiuu during one of
polntruent makes the whole Hawaiian Judiciary to j fOUndatwn of Mr. Sneocer's house.
consist of men born in the United States.
Fivt Associate Jcstice. Bj the above item from
the Boston Journal, we learn that Colonel Alfred 8.
Hartwell has- been appointed to the above position,
and will doubtless arrive here during the coming fall.
Of his qualifications we know nothing, but it is pre
umable that be uiu. t have risen to some notoriety as
a jurist, to have been selected for the position
by Prof. VVashburce. If any exception should be
made to the rule which we have for years cou
tenJed should be established here that every officer
of this government should be a Ilaxcaiian, or one
familiar with the Iljwaiian language, habits and
customs, it applies to the incumbents of the Supreme
Bench. But we are not satisfied that even in this
service, the true interests of Hawaii net would not
have been better secured by adhering to the rule,
even tbouzh the incumbent were wholly unknown to
'vii Amebicax (.'lib. An organization of American,
VMjresidenUi has recently been formed here.
abo'e name, the objecU of which will be similar to
those of ordinary club associations, to provide a'
place for social euteruinment for members and theirf
friends, and to encourage union and acquaintance:
among Americans resident here and visiting the Id-
auds. A fund of about two thousand . dollars has
been already raised towards providing and furnish
ing a suitable house, and an annual inctme has been
pledged sufficient to guarantee success to the under
taking. Iu addition to a reading room, the club
Louse will be provided with the usual means for
amusement and recreation, and probably have con
nected with it a mes establishment, where guests
from abroad cn be ru:tde comfortable during their
stay in the city. The club organized last week by
the choice of the following officers
Pre.Kfeaf. :l Z. ft. HiauM.nf. I. 9. ronaaL
a, and q. S.
Srcrttary anU Trtutmrtr Itamcl C. Waterman,
rrmmlett. A. J. Uartwrieiit, J. A. unatu
The board of trustees includes the President and
Treasurer, making five iu alt The club starts with
A strong corps of officers, and good prospect of suc
cess. Z2T Mr. Ilurlingame and the Chinese Embasfy in
their visit to America, have excited more attention
than any previous Embassy ever did. Wherever
they have gone they have been the recipients, of the
most marked attentions. We notice that he is mak
ing a new treaty with the United States, and provis
ion will be made fr a Chinese Minister Plenipoten
tiary to reside at Washington. This new feature is
to be adopted with each of the principal European
Governments. From the following, it will be seen
that Mr. l$.s influence with the Chinese has been to j
develop commc.te and Christianity iu that Empire : j
" Through his influence an American geologist was j
employed, who has demonstrated the great extent of j
their coal mines. lieaton s cicmeuts oi international
Law were translated into Chinee by Dr. Martin, an
American missionary, and adopted as a national test
book by bis advice. The first grant for submarine
telecrapb. connecting the treaty ports from Canton
to Tieutsing, was made to him, by which the trade of I
China vt as increased from &&-',tJ,o"J to ",',-
000. He warmly favored the commission which two I
years ago was despatched to Europe, and the estalv
lishment of a university for the cultivation of the sci- I
euces of. the West, and has been an ardent supporter r
of the great cause of missions, which has done so
much for civilization and for commerce, as well as for
Uy S.V0.si'a. By the telegraph advices we learn
that 0D Vie 18th of July, the President nominated
Cuabucs Romcs, Ijq., of Kansas, to be Consul for j
Honolulu. General Smith, on his return to Wash
ington, was requested to resign, and did so, thus
making a vacaucy, which is temporarily filled by
CoL Z. S. Spaulding, who has thus far given much
satisfaction to aU. . The Senate adjourned without j
acting on the above nomination, ana as tue nominee,
even if confirmed when the Senate is convened in
September, could hold his office but a few montlis
under the administration which appoints him, it is
not certain that any change will take place, especially
as the American Government can gain nothing by it
either for its own interests or those of its citizens and
commerce in this group.- We trut there will be no
change, at least till the new administration comes in.
ong the new varieties of fruit, we observe
anVJ of banana in vr. iiiiiebratnl s garden.
whnrtns worthy the notice or growers of bne iruiL
The leaves of the plant as also the fruit itmlf, are
striped white and green, somewhat resembling the
striped sugar cauc. The skin of the fruit is remark
ably thin, ami the flavor equal if not superior to that
of any other banana grown. The Doctor found it
growing in Kona, Hawaii, sonie years ago, but could
not learn where it originated. It is certainly among
the choicest varieties here, but we should not cousider
it so desirable for export as some others.
Xar Female Suffrage in England appears to be
. i . . i ...:,i. ii ...:
Unnpular, at least with the gentler sex. A petition
has been presented lately to parliament signed by
21,757 names praying forfeir-ale Huflrage. Among
the signatures to this remarkable document, are the
names of Miss Florence Nightingale, Lady Amberley,
Profesr ll iin. Miss Frances Power Cobbe, William
and Mary Howitt, Miss Martiueau, Professor Leslie,
Mr. John Morley, Professor Newman, Mr. F. T. Pal
grave, Dr. Lyon Playftir, Professor Robertson, Miss
Helen Taylor, ami many others.
yrw Cosscl. The commission of our townsman,
T. C. Ileuck, Esq.. as Coueul for the North German
Confederation at Honolulu, arrived by the mail on
Monday. A large number of our German and other
residents called on the new Consul to congratulate
him on his apjmtment. The Consul gave his
ti NJij.-rGaziUe. !
v,d. Hawaiian Clippea. The Hawaiian bark R. C. j
Jfylie (built iu Bremen) arriveJ on Monday last in !
. . " I
a passage of 112 days from Hamburg. She is a new
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vessel, this being her second trip out. Her first was
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made in 117 days out. and 100 days back from
lulu to Hamburg. She has established her reputation
as a fast sailer, being the first of the fill fleet from
iZ2T Advices received by the last mail state that
Rev. Eli Cor win, pastor of the Fort Street Church in
this city, has received aud accepted a call from a
church in Oakland. He is expected here in the
Idaho, on Saturday next, and will remove to Califor
nia about the first of October. Mr. C. has been set-,
tied as pastor of the above church about ten years.
: f3f From one of our Xew Bedford exchanges we
learn that Colonel A. D. Hatch, on behalf of Capt.
Thomas Spencer, an American citizen of Hilo, Sand
wich Islands, presented to Gen. Grant in June last,
a cabinet of volcanic specimens which he has been
collecting for twenty years.
Row. On the Onomea Plantation, on the 4th inst,
a row occurred among the hands about going to
work, during which a shot was fired by Mr. Case,
the overseer, and a man hit in the arm. Mr. Case
reported the occurrence to Sheriff Coney, and the
case is being investigated. GazelU.
fAVAh. The U. S. steamer Mohon go arrived at
Makee's Landing, Maui, on Sunday morning last,
from Hilo, via Kealakeakua. She will remain there
till Wednesday next, then proceed to Lahaina, re
turning to Honolulu on Friday or Saturday rooming
j Mobs Eabtuqi ake.. Friday night, 7th imt. at 1 5
, minutes before ten o'clock, a severe ahock was felt in
i Honolulu and at Kaneohe, on the Koolau side of this
J island, lluusei shook, windows rattled, and doors
' swung to and fro. The shock was very short and
sharp, from South to North very distinctly, and was
. accompanied with a rumbling noise. On Hawaii,
several severe shocks occurred last week. One on the
night of Augost d, at 20 minutes before 10 r. it.;
another very heavy one on Friday night, correspond
ing ith that felt here; and another severe one at 10
O'clook on SunJay niaht August 9ihV This latt oc-
which wag being repaired, was again thrown down,
as were also the stone walls in that section that have
been repaired durine the past few months. There
seems to have been some connection between the I
earthquakes, and the remarkable storm which oc-f
curred on Hawaii on the 8th. the full particulars of
which have not come to hand. On Monday and.
Tuesday, Mauna lxa was enveloped in dense snioko
or fog, but we do not yet learn of a uew eruption.
Storm at Hilo. On Saturday evening last, the
lightning was seen, by residents of this city, playing
with unusual frequeiary in a south-easterly direction,
supposed to la? over Hawaii. By the Odd Fellow we
learn that one of the severest storms ever experienced
on that island occurred on Saturday last. The light
ning was almost incessant during the day and night,
aud so brilliant as to be really bliuding, while the peals
"I tuunuer, roiling auuosi nuuuui iuicrruuu, ncre
j frightful, and caused grunt contVruation among the
sons who went into Uilo, were unable an hour later
to return home, and were corapelle.1 to remam tuere
till the waters subsided. These unusual storms fre-
fl-" mpany earthquakes and volume eru
t .ua an.l nn the next u.-tv. Sundav. as also ou the
Friday preceding the storm, very heavy shocks were
felt on that island, as are referred to elsewhere. We
cannot learn cf any damage done by this thunder
storm. The Laws printed on our first page this week, are
An Art to admit .heathing copper, and all description of
.hrslliinr uielnl. free of duty.
An Art to authorize Governor to lulminintcr rath.
An Act lo admit certain material ued in tauuing, free of
Au Art reiertinK the taking of acknowledgment.
An Act to lirenae the .Uugtit'T and stile of beef.
An Art to amend Scclious and of tiie Civil Code. re.
latin to I'stcnls.
An Art to amend an Act to roinilate the carrying of (uuen
ger between the ikUikIi of this KiiiK.loui.
An Art l amend Hectiotis US, 119. 120 an l to repeal Sec
tion lil of the thei! Co.le, relating to KtitMimi.
An Art reUting to inter-Uland rsieani Narieatinn.
An Art to amend rwctioo a3 vt the Civil Code, relating to
An Art to encourage Ocean Steam Navigation .
Foreign Cobresposdhnce. We observe that the
San Francisco Timet, Bulletin and Alta of July 18,
have each letter from a correspondent in Honolulu.
So far as their correspondence is confined to current
events, aud strictures thereon, there can be no ob
jection to publishing any particular comments ou
men and thing, however original and sharp they
may be. But when a writer undertakes to expose
the private character of others, be they officers of
government or not, he essays to do what may result in
more harm thau good. The publication abroad of
some of the statements referred to, may excite curi
osity and draw attention to the letters, but they can
not avoid creating ill feeling here.
The Comet. This vessel arrived at San Francisco
on the 14th of July, twenty days from Honolulu. It
is understood that she would await the arrival of the
mail steamer of July 13. from New York, with pas
son per for this port- If so, she left on the 6th instant,
and will be due here early next week, say on the 17th
or 18th. .
SjjT From Kahului, Maui, we learn that the tide
rose and fell yesterday as it did here. It was first
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observed at daylight, and continued during the day,
rising and f.iliing at ehort intervals. The greatest
difference between the lowest and highest marks was
eleven feet six inches, Bbeing double what it was at
2T The Kate Lee left Makee'a Landing on Thurs
day morning, and arrived in port at 5 p. m., the same
evening. She left again for Makee's at 9 o'clock on
It is understood that she came on
special business for the Mohougo.
ZjT" Re- S. C. Damon arrived from Uilo yester
in the whale ship Roscoe, and is expected to
preach to-morrow in the Bethel, and in the even-
ing at the Fort street Church
Cif A total eclipse of the sun occurs on Tuesday
next, August 18th, visible in Asia and the Southern
Hemisphere, but said not to be visible here.
TWO WEEKS LATER MWS.
Dates to. July 28th.
The clipper lieyiuird. Capt. Henry, arrived at
this iort early on the'niorninsj of tin' 10th, having
made the run from San Francisco in 13 days. She
brought tbe mails to th 28th of July.
The bark Comet, hence Juue 24, arrived over on
the 14th of July, 20 days p;issagc Sh? . would
leave again early in August, and will be due early
The bark dimbrUhje, Captain Miller, had sail
ed from San Francisco for Humboldt Hay for a
cargo of lumber for this port. She will be due in
all this mouth.
1 tie uarK J'. t-. juun-at;, w nicn pniiea iience on
1,n of Ju,y- uadn-jt arrived over up to the
2Mtli. 17 (lavs out. She urobahlv fat iti nbmit
The bark D. V. Miii-at;, which Failed hence on
28th, 17 days out. She probably got iu about
An ar ust 1.
The steamer Jlvntana was clue on the 4th of Au
gust, aud would leave again on the 10!h.
The Reciprocity Treaty.
Th following are the only items referring to the
action of the Senate on thU measure :
CniCA;o, July 2L The Times special says the
Senate in Executive session yesterday considered
the Sandwich Island treaty, and did not reach a
vote. Mr. Sumner made a powerful speech in sup
port of the treaty, arguing the bt-netit the Pacific
States would derive. Mr. Fessenden opposed the
ratification, on the ground that sugar, rice, etc.,
would b imported free of duty, and would reduce
the revenue and iujuretbe production of the South
ern States without a commensurate return.
Washington, July 24. Th Senate had adjourn
ed from executive session. The treaty with, China
was considered for nine hours, and finally ratified,
with anienUiDeuU. Ihe Sandwich Islands treaty
c . . . .. . : i i i . . i . i i t . . ..i.
WHS UIM lUIIMUL'mi. UUl W It 1J1U IIMUC 111 IUKU till
the China treaty. It is believed the Sandwich Isl-
unds treaty w ill not be ratified. The Senate has
"greed to the report of the Conference Committee
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Passage of the Alaska Appropriation,
I Washington, July 14. The House went into
Hono-!Conimlttee of tLe WhoIe on the Alaska Bill, the
! question being first, on Dialer's appeal from the
decision ot the Chair, rulinsr out of order the
I amendment to reserve half a million for the satis
faction or claims ot citizens against the Kussian
(overument. The decision of the Chair was sus
tained by 92 against 27.
Mr. Loughbridge offered a substitute, declaring,
after luanv nreambles. that the assent of Congress
is given to the stipulations of the treaty, but de
claring taut, ttie extension ol ciiizensuip and tbe
appropriating of money are subjects submitted by
the Constitution to Congress. This was adopted
by 71 to 3.
Mr. Elliot offered an amendment, that hereafter
no purchase of foreign territory be made until pro
vision be made by law for the payment.
Mr. Hutler again attempted to tret in his amend
ment to reserve half a million. Ii tiled out of order.
The Committee rose and reported the bill to the
House. Mr. Loughbridge's amendment was adopt
ed. Mr. Elliot's was rejected by 70 to 60. The
bill then passed by 14 to 42.
AVauixgton, July 22. In the Senate evening
session a joint resolution was passed authorizing
the payment in full of the amount ot subsidy. S500
000. to the 1'aciGc Mail Company for tbe Chinese
and Japanese service.
The Joint resolutions of sympathy with the Cre-
j tans were passed.
The Senate Committee of Foreign Affairs will
' probably report to-morrow the new Chinese treaty,
which provides lor commercial intercourse, "a
j Chinese Minister resident at Washington, inter
I change of emigration, and is otherwise veiy liberal
j iu opening the Chinese Empire to thi- country.
The foreign relations committee wr. instructed to
inquire into the expediency t-f making a treaty
with England for reciprocity with Canad.t.
A concurrent resolution was adopted declaring
that three-fourths ol the States, inclndinp Ohio and
New Jersey, having ratified tbe Fourteenth Amend
ment, it has become a part of the Constitution.
Secretary Seward has issued a lormal announce
ment that" the resolutions of the Legislatures of
Ohio and New Jersey must remain in lull force and
eflect. and that the fourtcvnili amendment Las been
duly ratined and become apart of the Constitution.
Mr. Wilson's Military P.ill provides for tbe reduc
tion of the number of cnlited men to SG.Odi). to be
contained in thirty regimens of iatautry, eight of
cavalry and four of at lillery.
Montgomery, Ala., July 14. The Legislature
met vesterd.iv. It contains thirtv colored mem-
I bets.'and tbe Senate Door-keeper is colored. The
House loor-keeperr -ergeant-at-urms and Chaplain
Governor Smith was inaugurated to-dy. His
message in the main is quite conservative.
Coi-t MitiA, S. C. July 14. The Legislature has
elected Tuo. J. Hoberuou to the V. S. Senate for
the short term, and the Senate to-day elected F. A.
Sawyer, who is Collector of Iuternal Kevenue at
Charleston, Senator for the long term, but the re
sult of the latter election iu the House is undecided.
' lUi-Kiou. N. C. July 14. TLe Legislature has
elected J no. Pool, Senator f r the long term, and
General J. C. Abbott, formerly of New Hampshire,
for the short term.
Chicago, July 14. The most intense hot weather
prevails throughout the entire country. Several
cases of sunstroke are reported from all quarters.
So muny hot days in a season wvre never before
known. At Madison. Wis., the thermometer aver
aged 1C degrees since the first of ihe month, some
times reaching over UK) in the shade.
Toronto, July la. Intense heat is reported in
all parts of the dominion. The thei mometer ranged
from 95 to 109. Large numbers of deaths from
sunstroke are reported.
Kothkstkr. July 16. There are t wen ry-one cases
ot sunstroke here, six of which are latal.
Montkkal, July 16. Thermometer 106 in the
shade. Some fatal cases of sunstroke occurred here
Baltimore, July 1(1. The banquet given to Hon.
Ilcverdy Johnson last night was a very pleasant
occasion. John W. Garrett was President. Mr.
Johnson made a lengthy speech in response to a
toast in bis honor, expressing the confident hope
that all questions with England would be disposed
of, and so remove all embarrassments. Mr. Thorn
ton, the British Minister, expressed his gratification
at the appointment of Mr. Johnson.
Nkw York, July 14. The 27irs' Richmond
special says that at the Democratic ratification
meeting on Saturday night. Gov. Vance declared
that what the Confederacy fought for would be won
by the election of Seymour and Bbtir. Governor
Wise, while supporting the nomination, denounced
as a falsehood the Temporary resolution which al
leged tbe rebellion to be dead. He declared that
secession was more alive than ever. He especially
supported Blair, because he had promised to sup
Galvkston, July 17 A wrious riot commenced
oir the evening of the loth, at Millicau. It appears
that a mob of about twenty-live negroes, led by a
white school teacher and a negro, attempted to
hang a man named William II. Milty ; while citi
zens interfered to prevent the execution, and the
result was the death of ten or twelve negroes.
Next day the numbers were increased on both
sides, and there was skirmishing during the day
the estimated casualties being twenty-five. A
small detachment of troops arrived there last night,
and dispersed the rioters after killing three of tbe
latter number. From three to five hundred had
fortified themselves near Millican. Tbe entire loss
is between fifty and sixty persons.
The JJcrahrs Washington despatch says that
Chief Justice Chase has again declared himself in
full sympathy with the Democratic party, although
he disagrees with that plank of their platform rela
tive to the Southern Constitutions; he believes they
should stand till changed by the people of each
Stale, all voting.
Chicago. July 18. Senator Doolittle has written
a letter opposing the third party movement, and
favoring the election of Seymour and Blair. The
third party movement has apparently fallen through.
Tbe hot weather continues and numerous deaths
havfi occurred in all parts of the country from sun
stroke. Nkw York. July IS. There are now 1.2C8 Mor
mons at Castle Garden, awaiting transportation to
Utah ; 2,100 more are expected from Europe soon.
Halifax. July 18. A paper says the Nova Sco
tia outhoriries have arrested and imprisoned an
American citizen for celebrating the Fourth of July.
A letter from the city of Mexico says a leading
paper intimates that a coalition between European
Powers with tbe United Slates is being discussed,
tbe object being to develop Mexico and sell it out
to the United States.
W'a&hixgton, July 21- General Gillem has sub
mitted a report in regard to the condition of Missis
sippi under the Reconstruction laws. He states
that tbe result of the late election is : For Consti
tution, 3C.8G0 ; against it. 56,231. In regard to the
alleged fraud. General Gillem says ho is satisfied
that the election was fair, and free from intimida
tion or fraud as far as possible under existing cir
cumstances. He says he finds it almost impossible
to find qualified persons to fill civil offices, and
recommends a modification of the law.
. Omaha, July 22. Trains are now running for
700 miles over the Union Pacific Railroad. 680
miles have been accepted. There are 20,000 men
at work. . ' .
Nkw York, July 27. A despatch from Savannah
says Jeff. Davis will soon sail for Europe, to be
gone several months. He will be represented at
the coming trial by counsel.
The New York Triour.e declares that the Demo
cratic party means revolution. It nominates a can
didate who declares that tbe ' duty of the Presi
dent elect " is to " declare these (Reconstruction)
acts null and void, compel the army to undo its
usurpations at the South, disperse tbe carpet-bag
State governments, allow the people to organize
their own governments." As this can only be done
by a dreadful war. the Convention gives us plainly
to understand that this policy is for revolution, war
and anarchy. It cannot be said that General Blair
assumed this position heedlessly. He assumed it
as a bid for the nomination which he received, and
frankly announced his policy. Tbe Cooveutiou
indorsed him enthusiastically.
Frank H lair's Feninn Speech.
In tho Summer of 18G6 F. P. Blair, now Demo
cratic candidate for Vice President, made a speech
at St. Louis in response to a serenade by a Fenian
procession. He spoke as follows :
Gentlemen : 1 am with you, heart and soul,
and heartily sny. 'God bless the Finnegans.' A
voice Fenians. General. I know what I am talk
ing about, and I say Finneg.tns. Laughter and
coufusion. And I say I hope to see the cause
flourish and prosper, and shall bless tbe day when
Ireland is governed by Irishmen. In accomplish
ing this laudable undertaking I will do all I can to
assist you. I will plee myef, if needs be, at your
head, march with you to Staten Island, oversee
your embarkation, will stand on tbe most elevated
bluff over the coast, and as you raise the green
emblem over the Stars and Stripes, while your
eteamers under full headway are turning their
prows to tbe East, I will say good-bye. God b1es9
you, and may you be successful in your undertak
ing. May you lift tbe British lion out of his boots,
and wrest Iroin his gra.-p the emerald gem of tbe
sea : but whether or not you shall succeed in this
endeavor, may yon each and all remain in Ireland
or elsewhere and never ajain set jtjot upon thene shores.
Yon are wanted there, and ice can net ulong uilhoul
Wade Hampton Wants to Fight Again.
Extract from Lis speech at the ratiacation njectinx la N'ear
" In the Legislature of South Carolina, composed
of 156 members, of that Legislature from whose
nans usea io go as nigu inieiieci as ever came to i
the halls of Congress of those 156 members there j
are nearly, ii not quite, now tuu negroes. (Misses.
and cries of shame.) t rom these negroes, and all
of that Legislature, the whole taxes that they are
liable to pay. amount to $700. (Oh oh, and laughs.)
Of that about $500 have been paid by one of the
Conservative members, and of the $200 that are to
be paid by negroes and carpet-baggers, half of it is
under execution. (Applause and laughter). Well,
that Legislature, composed in that way, has tbe
right to impose a levy or tax on S. Carolina to tbe
amount of $10,250,000. (Laughter.) Now, gentle
men, if that state of things goes on, what will be
the result Why yon know it means that in a few
years from this time there will not be a white man,
woman, or child in the State of S. Carolina. (Cries
of shame.) I only mention that as one of tbe South
ern States. It is true that it is perhaps in a worse
condition than most of the others, but they are all
afflicted by that fearful calamity that is hanging
over us, and we can have no relief unless the
Democratic party will come out and pledge itself
that we shall have afair election ; that the tvhite
people of the South shall vote. I want you all to
register an oath that when they do vote that their
vote shall be counted, and if there is a majority of
xrhite rotes that you leiilfUace Sey)nnur and Blair in
the White 7otise in spite of all the baymets that shall
be brought against him."
A White Man's Govkrnmknt. General "Wade
Hampton, in a speech at tbe ratification meeting in
New Yolk, immediately after tie r)onjirvlion of
t Seymour and lUir, appealed to tho Democrats of
I the Nrth to protect the SouUiera whites in th
! November election o that they can poll a foil Vte
j and then, if Sey utorrr and Clair have) a Majority o
i the white voiei cast a the election tbraayiiont the
I Union, to shoulder their gvins amd install tbem into
j office iu spli of all the bayonets that can be brought
against them. in stiort. i eiaims mat me tow or
tbe blacks at tit' Presidential election shall not be
counted, if bv throwing thero rnt the lViu,ocraticr
would have a majority. It Is a tew inonUia
' since this same rebel n. was making speeches U
the negroes expressing L willingness lo share the
right ol" suffrage with theia, d adtitirig tlie whiten
I to accept uegro suffrage as h,n nccompUsiied fucw.
and not so pleasant a tact either as tuy aurv sup
posed. But an election was po.'ding tUrra lli-tv
aud he wished to win as many neg.'O votes frf the
IVmocratic candidates as possible. And Le.. atiir
his associates were quite successful, bav'ng in
eral of the Southern States secured the votes Ot
thousands of negroes for the Democratic ticket.
Now, however,' these men come out and exyrea
their real sentiments, and thereby acknowledrh"
hypocrisy of all their former pretensions of friend
ship for tbe fveednren. " They ' repndiate their
pledges to t!iO blacks and come out boldly for a
white man's government.'-' as they call it, which
means, in this campaign, tbe taking of the I ight of
suffrage from the negroes iii case the Democratic
party carries the election. That party before the
recent National Convention thoroughly canvassed
the question w hether they should or should not ac-
cept reconstruction and negro suffrage as accom
plished tacts not to be disturbed, and tbe Conven
tion deliberately decided in the negative, and in
uominating Blair further declared that force should
be used to overthrow the existing governments .in
the South, if force became necessarv. The sole
motive for this threatened revolution is the wish to
put the negro again tinder the teet f hi old mas
ters, and, ii possible, ia bonds. Tbe Democratic
party acknowledges slavery to be dead post res
urrection, while it appeals to its spirit to srisUtn its
sinking lortiiues. H. I. Times.
Bki.graie, Julv 4. The National Chambers I
Servia has passed a law excluding Prince Alexan
dria Karageorgewiz and lamlly from all rights to
tbe succession of tbe throne. -
"" Prince Milan was to-day. consecrated and . an
ointed at the Cathedral wilb imposing religious and
military ceremonies. - .
Vienna. July 4. The Austrian government has
conuneuced disarmament by issuing leave of ab
sence to oO.OOO soldiers. .....
Minister Beust has replied to the recent allocution
of the Pope on the Stale religion in Austria. His
reply is not yet made public. - . " .
SomiroRT. July 6. Minister Bancroft bus bad an
interview with King Charles, at which he presented
his credentials as representative from the United
States. He bad an invitation to dine with the King.
It is nnderstood that Government is ready to ratify
the naturalization treaty with the United States.
London. July 7. In the House of Lords the peti
tion of the people of Nova Scotia was presented.
praying Parliament to allow them to separate from
the new dominion of Canada. .
A dispatch from Shanghae represents that tbe
revolution in Japan has acsumcd a new phase. It
i. reported that a combination has been formed by
twelve? of the most powerful Dainvoa against the
Mikado. These new complications threaten to
postpone indefinitely tbe restoration of -tranquility
to that empire.
Sir Morton lYta passed through bankruptcy and
has been discharged. . ;- . ,
Bhlgrave, July 7- XVniaboris, brother-iii-Iaw1
of Prince Kara Gorgorrcbek has been executed for
participating in the recent conspiracy. f -:
Dt'BLiN. July 8 John Bright has arrived on a
visit to Geo. Peabody. On reaching Limerick ho ,
was received in au enthusiastic manner by, the,
Samuel Lever died tj day at an advanced age
. Havre, July 8. In a speech Marshal Neil de
fended tbe Government from the charge of extra-,
agance in expenditures for the army. - He said the
extensive purchases for the force which had been
objected to by tbe opposition were especially nee-,
essary to render tbe organization of the army coma
plete. . . '
London, July 9. The journals publish the plat
form and principles adopted by the Tammany Con
vention. ' . - . - ' - - :
The Tlntc snys of the platform that its princi
ples of partial repudiation sbonld be a forewarning
of the defeat of the Democratic party; it also,
thinks, the adoption of this platform renders the
election of Grant certain. - - -
Vienna, July 9 Minister Benst has written a
sharp reply to the allocution of the Pope on the
state of religion In Austria, in which he says tbe'
intermeddling of tbe Pope with the domestic legis
lation of Austria is a violation of the indepen
dence and dignity of tbe Empire.
London. July 10. Both Houses of Parliament
have voted a pension of 2.000 yearly to den. Na
pier. Napier has been made a peer, under the title
of Lord Napier of Magdala.
At a dinner which was given by the American
artist, Bierstadt, lost nighU Longfellow, Gladstone,
Admiral Farragut and other distinguished persons
were present - ' . -
Paris, July 10. In a speech in the Corps Legia
latif, Baroche, Minister of Justice, declared that
the separation of Church and State was only r
qnestion of time. "
Berlin, July 10. By virtue of the provisions of
the Naturalization Treaty with tbe United States,
this Government has stayed all prosecutions against .t
adopted citizens of America in Germany, and those
who have been sentenced or imprisoned will be re
London, July 10. Leading papers, including the
SUind'ird, JYeirs, and Herald, consider Seymour'
defeat as certain.
London, July 14. At a review of the troops at
Madrid, yesterday, the Commanding General made '
a speech io tbe soldiers, .warning them against any .,
demonstration of sympatbv with the late more- J
ment against the Queen's Government. The conn- -try
is reported tranquil. T , ;
In the House of Lords last night it was annonne-,
ed that the royal assent had been given to the Irish','
and Scotch Reform Bills and the Boundary BilL -
A son of tbe late King Theodoms has arrived In3
England, and boa gone to Osborne on a visit to the '
Carlsrihk, July 14. Minister Bancroft has ar- :
rived aud opened negotiations for tbe ratification
of tbe naturalization treaty.
London, July 15. A Committee of the House of
Commons has reported, in favor of the purchase of
a residence for the Prince of Wales in Ireland.
Paris. July 1G. Tbe Jloniieur to-day has a pa
cific artiole on Moustier's speech in the Corpa Leg-,
islatif. It regards the speech as proving the policy
ot Franco to be one of moderation and that tbe
Government will neglect no steps which will have ,
a tendency to quiet the public mind. :
France will cart fully abstain from intervention '
in the German qnestion, and will extend her sym
pathies and encouragement to tbe internal reforma .
lately inaugurated iu Austria and Turkey. -
New. York, Jnly 17. A London special cf the
ICth says the Prince of Wales and Prince Alfred
visited Admiral Farragut's fleet on' Tuesday. Ad-'
rairal. Farragut returned tbe visit to tbe British
frigate Ualatta with Alfred, and by invitation, then
visited Qneen Victoria at tbe Osborn House. '
London, July 17. In ihe House of Commons last
night. Lord Stanley made an important statement.
He said that a reply bad been sent to tbe United
States Government, as to tbe matter of naturaliza
tion, that the Ministers were ready to accept the .
American interpretation of the question. . He
thought, therefore, that no misunderstanding was
possible between the two countries. Lord Stanley .
said he had declined to make a treaty at, present,
as tbe Royal Commission was considering tbe gen
eral subject, and was f till in sesnioo ; and for the-v
additional reason that tbe time will not permit the
passage of the bill at the present session of Parlia-;
ment. " .
London. July 19. On Thursday last Admiral '
Farragut received, through the Prince of Wales.
who was visiting the American fleet, an invitation
to visit the Queen. Tbe next day the Admiral and
tbe principal officers of his fleet proceeded to Os
born House, where they were received in the mosU
cordial manner by her .Majesty, the Prlncetf Wales.
the Duke of Ediuburg, and tbe members of the
Royal Court. '
Reports of the harvest from all points of the :
United "Kingdom show-that the yield of wheat ex- ..
ceeds the annual average. . -
London, Jnly 19- Lord Napier, for himself, offfr-
cere and men of the Abyssinian Expedition, nad!.
a grateful acknowledgement to both Houses of"
Parliament for its vote of thanks, '
London. July 22. Lord NapieT received Uh
freedom of tbe city from the Corporation of London. .
The ceremony took place at the Guild Hall and '
was witnessed bv a large assemblage.
Paris, Jnly 25. The Corps Legislatif passed a bill
assigning four million francs, in rentes, as partial
satisfaction of the claims of the holders of the Franco-Mexican
London, July 26. The following has been n-'
ceived from Rome : The police have discovered a "
mine to blow np the fortifications on Mount Avei- -tine.
Two sentinels were recently attacked in the .
night and wounded. The police have seized a
quantity of red and block Garibaldi shirts. Tho
licenses have been withdrawn from all wine Bboi)
in the Roman Campagna.