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05 MONDAY. : : : : : IIAPaXH Sth.
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The Balance of the Lease of the Premises.
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OX WEDNESDAY. MARCH 10th.
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A Choice V!rcfio!i if !rrchani!isf !
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Faciil7 Grocery and Feed Store.
New Groceries Received
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DY C. S. BARTOW
; OX TUESDAY. : : MARCH 9th,
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2 Half i: i!r Supcrinr l.'rrr n Prints
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Oa THURSDAY EVTXIIJG. STARCH 11.
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Porcelain, Bronze and Lacquered
FINECARVCD IVORIES, CtC.
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Many Rare and Valuable Articles.
Valuable Property for Sale
THE WAILUA FALLS ESTATE !
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ON SATURDAY. : : : : : APRIL 3d.
AT l' ti't'l.'M K A. M .
About 4.500 Acres of Good Tasture Land.
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fr tl'. 11 Clil.t ;:-K CO.. II..n. lul l.
C. r'. IIAI'.T IW. Aa.ti.i-r.
Carriage Wlircl .f;trl,
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M IIIIKH I IIIIM soil II) MHI IdlV
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AIMMTION TO A l"tl.b AvvoltTIKXT
Sl:iplc snifl Fancy jiootIs
' Fcnr HcOaie's Clarii'.ers
Floor Oil loili. I yd, wide.
Ind Coopr V "o. .o.
, tin9 Al-.
; ni nn-. Mont,
Il;tr ii ml l!otlrt Iron.
Ar. A-.. Ac-.. Le.
LIVETirOOL SALT IN BAGS,
THEO. K. DAVIES.
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Celebrated Cci'v; Salt, in las or bulk.
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Was Awards 1 il the Pari Lxposition !
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FairchilcVs Celebrated Gold Pens
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WATcnrs. clocks a:;d music boxes
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Board per week, $5 ; Single Meals 25 cents
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Hoi QlialifV Soil ami Saddle LeallttT
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! AM AI.IaOTIIKIt IIIIIX or WOOD Wtll'.K.
! 0".5m V-T S.ilc hy C. HUKW l it .t Co.
BOLLE3 & CO.
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Snip Cliandleia'&SIiip Slores
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Fr-n2J to4J INCH.
M it l.i .m:i.i Mi. IIOI'SI.I N'K. WOIIM
LIN I.. AO., AC. r..lct- lai.Lr aV CO.
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IUIIT A.M I1KAVY MZKS. KOK SAI.r l:Y
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IV tI'A XTIT1I" T sriT. FOR SAIK T.Y
:uLLI-s 4. Co.
,Wll SAUK II V
ItOLLI' aV CO.
IJrl Ilnia Kavciis Duck,
1X11 II KA V V. Foil PU.E HY
- HuLLh? & CO.
flT AKIlltiitTII IA.rKATr!tK.
gj r Sw-. lor Mtebr l;uLLIs tu.
Col Ion luck4
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Prcorvrd .1Icaland Frnil.
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hy CaI 1'Ptj II...l.r- A; I
Fresh froia the California Bakers,
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C;oSlcnO:Uc JSiBSs Flour
X ULAKTKIt AMI HALF SAC KS.
Krrritrd fcy frrv Stramrr Iirrrt from thr ."'lills.
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m-.IJ'kj I1..LI.K- k ou
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I.'ATIONAL SYSTEH OF PLNMANSHIP
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! Commem'al Advertiser.
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re-il kindn. s, tin- rt f our fi i-t- t f 1 1 1 - C i-IK-
of In I. J. tu t- " if lio v..u: 1 a Ivio tJ.f 1 n. - i t i .n il
fIit r .f the ;.v ruin-tit j:ijt .f i'.n' j r. p-r .f
tin- rurrirulum. W In fvl. .t ilt-l'iMcy a'x i't
tliM eirr.vt:t:j mi j -rii r-, wo c.iii jtIimj s nfi r-I
to ! it, nn I thus iv the mM !;! t fivtu tl lill
i'tii tii-ii'i'ii-'y nj jH-uiii in j rint with a n- tioe i f st
fh' 1 f.T f'te'ti ch'lln-u ! iff tlio I!ii''!ih I m-
!ii.i-t w t. ! t!iO run irulwn T intrtitili !!
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e rtv'iiitii-ici tiie i.!ir:t-o " I'K-mnii t i iti:ruv't)'ii
tn. t.t;.... tint .-tin i.-uUmi is a len.i iw
j.:;t-i t.. the i:-t f .-tu Yx m uki-l .ut f. r the cMur-M?
renuir'-l of tin m who j;n..Iu:ite fr.a the l;htr iu-
htit ut i t:- 'f l.-ririiiii;;-'. a ru'c-Ciiirsc whiih J till !.
our 1'iiMie iil'.UMti-M iniht like to t ike a turn
T riheir .. Wi..f,t n- . -1 . f,r tint .f the
j'jiithful nii lersi f their j ivonile (slituriali.
. . i . .i
sM a j'iive 'f real estate on Tunna ."-trtH't, Cctit:un
in aHut a iptarter tf An actv, for the sum of
jrl.o.'A Another l--c-.il jvijHr it wns " con-
tiilert I to In cheir-." V.'o Imve Leant many com
ment!" en the Pnle aii'l it is verv trenerallv allnwe-1
; that it was a large ftre. outvie f any limit which
liaI been vnt upon it. There seems to bo a ilesire
I ' 1 .
iiron the r art of cajitaht-i to purchase real etate,
n l,M,t inUm-necl by .he rerorteil purchases of
land ly parties in author.tr.
-if" Mr. George Willituis, shipping-master. La?
caiifM upon us ana state mat ue sinppci tiie crew
for the bark JlLiuna Loa. This is the second party
, ,. , ,. . , , ,, .
who r!:iim .i linve slnrn.sl thatrrew? lint llus on
K-ing a licenstl sliipping-niaster, fears that our re
marks touching the matter may do him an injury,
AVe can only say that a personal acquaintance of
several years, and the reputation always given him
i ,r those who Lave Lad twcasion for Lis services,
, , , ,. ., .
leads us to ix'bevc that Lis dealings with niastei-s and
! seamen are Lonestly cond ictcd.
nii Lts. At nn election, last evening, the fol
lowing officers were elected :
' t n r.jM Ch.is. T. Oultrk, ri"- li el'M
t'l'xt I ' lit. W- ll.-lllu ll. "
Srron.l Ju.-HT A llil.
fjr - V'ufr M.I . )"tmi -51.
Se-yt'int 11. i .
U 11. C. Austin; .'.ill
i:. uf, 2.1. W in. T-ll; J. Ik llusti ;
'i'rrn'urt r It. C. Au-Iin.
i AxoTiirn F.vii.fPn. AVe Lave again to record the
failure of Mr. 1 Horn, confectioner. Should Mr.
; II im determine to withdraw from this branch of
' bi siiicss, our residents would miss Lis establishment.
For many years our city vas without a professional
j confectioner, and the wart was not felt; but Laving
, become ussl to thelusu y it will doubtless be in
cerement to do.w.thouut
li:r.nTi itK ok the " Mtntxixo Star.
' -Missionary oacket left Market wharf on Thursday
.- i . a . i i oi i . ai
nttern.H.ii aU-ut 4 o clock. She will prieed, to the
i, , , -iii . r.t n
Mirqiu-sas Lsl inds, where the dclcgtte of the Ilawai-
i nn lioAtM, nov. j. i . I'ogue, win examine into ana
I"r,a l1! rt-iurii, iijh'i. lae i-onoiiioii au i jnu-
trjess of Missionary work in that field.
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Tut: "Paifv." The liritish bark .111 recently ;
.,-1e.se.l r Mr. P. . Pratt. ! ln fitted for sea.
to Im couimande.1 by Cayt. James F. Smith. The
vc.--a.-I Las btvn put nndtr the Hawaiian Hag nnJ
name.1 by His Majesty the Paita. His Majesty alw
1 nrosetite.1 tl.a l.irlr with fl fino larfe ensign.
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1 IxAt-r.t-R ATtox Iay. Cn the 1th inst. the 10110.1
States Consul. Ctfoncl Z. S. SPauldinS, receiyel the
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evils of many of our citizen. Members of the D.plo-
! '' Consular Corps also calle-1. The toast
' " Graut. Colfax and the Now Administration," was
receive! with pleasure, an 1 champagne flowed freely.
' UxrCAL MonTAMTY. Upon reference to our
. t . i .
record, ,t will le seen that Peath Las been busy
in our little community ince our last issue. The
oil resident and the stranger Lave been called
nwny ; neither youth nor nge Lave been sparcl.
Waiau a r-xrrtEss. AYe understand that Mr. S.
N. Emerson will run an es press to Waialua, to carry ,
pa-engers and parcels. We have not been informed
, as to the frequency or rejmlarity of the trips. Par-
ties wishing ins services can leave enters
jrdcrs at the oflice j
The hotel wilTI
of the K'lokon.
! The RrvKnn Ho-se Kmivivrs
be openel again on Sundny morning.
from the Flowery Land, bv the name of Mine Fong,
f ai, w;n tn.
deavor to cater to the wa its of the most fastidious. '
-..ala!l.U l.tm ciivMa i
I r.T,r t-.o fi t. niva r.f K.iir map nt Tv ..lhnliin . '
t.. . -i V suis.ro. Jan. 1 no louowing petition
; belonging to the Kaalei Plantation, was considera- , o Uv yrvuwd t, thc. Senate, written on note
J b!y damage-l by fire on Sunday last. The piece of ; I(aj.r. with a heavy mourning border :
cane a. Ij..ine.l the roa-l. ard it is thought that parties I -Vice President or the United States Sir: I
coming along the road La-1 tossed a cigar or lighted j herewith m..st respectfully present to the honora
. . ... c 1 ble Senate of the Luited states my application for
match into the hel l.
I A CiiAXf.E. The United States Consul has atiivoint-
csl lr. John S. MoC.rew as mclical officer of the
U. S. Marine Hospital. The Maine Hotel premie
on King street have been ttcl up for the accommo
dation of seamen requiring treatment.
. c ... . . 11 .1 a ai
A S..;..T onr.i Skkixc-c are tol l that
salt jr.nJ at Moanalua presents a sight not often wit-
iu --ed. Thc late dry seaon has cau-cl a vry large 1 great services my deeply lamented lmsband render-sit
of salt, which if it could be handled lforc ;l-r.-l to t'ie United States, and of the fearful loss I
1 . have sustained by his untimely death his martyr;
1 1 the rains come on, would pay handsomely for removal
Fine Pror-i:r.Tv roit Pale. T!y our advertising
columns it will 1 se-n that the Waialu: Falls Estate,
on Kail tl, is 10 oe ouerct i nucuo,, ,-..,r- .,. .ip.n. ,
. - . . . . l . . - .. . 1 .. r . -i
This is a good opportunity f..r n jci-son wishing to
invest in real -tate.
"7f We are re.p"ieste.l to call attention to the aur
tiori a lvertisemr-iit .f Japanese ware to be disposed
of at the s ties r-iom of Mr. C. S. Hartow, on Thurs
day evening iiext.
' l.i Ti UN r the " ( issirKE." This ship returned
to this port yesterday morning. His Honor II II.
; Allen and Captain Jarnc-s Makee, returned from
Maui by this opportunity.
, Fine I'nriT. The Waialua orangm ofTerel f.r sale
ly - H rs the pa-t we. k, are very fine. The juice
V1,,tis ,,i,.,lty utel fir richer than thc average, of
Kotia orang. s.
C..N i i'.T. The coticcr. and jK-rformance by t!ic
v funatcurs f M-chanic Fngine Co. will take place
this evening, nt tho l...ya'. Hawaiian Theatre.
John Allen Im closed Lis house, ns a dancing
l...... .it. I I, . 1...i.rna. vf-rv .lor.fn..l s-.i11..i mil I si. ,
b-r.t. lie i di-appoii.ta-1 with the tin ii ailaiishiive : iii' il inexpedient lor Congress lo authorize any
t.ik.-n. and is iit.grv with hiius.-lf and all his n. igh- , .-ubsi.iy in Government bonds to any railio-d en-b..r-.
1 lis old bu-'in-ss 'i:i- been entirely ruin. d, ! terprise not entitled to subsidy under existing
paitly by .-Aposure and partly by Lis atten jit to laws.
pi ty o!f the missionary by his pr-t.-nde.l eonver-ioii. ! Robinson ofTer.-d a resolution declaring that the
i i:.-twe.-u the.- two stool i John Allen's tlane.. hou'e ! American people do not approve the ralilicatioii of
h i-, lall.-n to the ground. He i-i said. Low. ver. to i the Al ih im i treaty, to.r any oth.-r treaty w ith ling
h.ive s.ived a gie.it deal of money out ol hit inf.t- i land, while Atiieii.-an citizens are held in prison in
' tnous bu-iin -s. quite lough to ke.-p him very ' Great llritaiu lor arts done under the American
omlorlaljly lor tin- reriiitmiier or Ins l.iy-. lie is a
l.ill, pi.wt-tiu'.ly built man, about thitly live y.-.ars
! ;.ge, but with a Lang-log. brutal ca-t of lonnte
n i:o .-. lie v.. is tillable to u-k us into his ho is.., as
I. is wilo Was .liiink. and h.-n in lti.it coiolitiiii she
i- aluiivs .-ry (.iarr. I -oine. Iiv.-ry one iu the
rtr.--t i.Ij.i-.-h John .Ml. n. and apr.-es a pi.nis
i-h that l.e In iv go to the U- il as -ooii ;t p.,--il,e.
r ii ri , w h-re !-.-. so long as kg I.tk.-H hini-.-ll t.lf :
. -aid l oininy II addon Tle-y -.-.-in to think I b tt
if the V. ii-l..-de-t Man in N.-w Voi k remain among
lh nt. long will il.e a ;i:itti..n again-t th.-ir !
In oil. loo'li- i,f ai ning a lit ing contiiiio : but that
if A I i'-il on . le got out of the Way. the oilt.rv
niin-t 111. in would soon n ils'. .Ml.-u. without
inl. i.d. tig l do so. ha i l l t.tinly done more to iu
j ue the bn-i'u -- ol the'.- S.iiloi-" l.'.l real -"" 11. an
til a -
-ioii.tii. put log.-thi-r. lb- hn.
I i lie
- tl.. in
ll.lt.) V l'r the poor r all. I". ..p.-IK-'l III. ir .e
Iran. Is .iaetiie. lili .li t'.etn. lau-'ht I'm I.i
note .1. I .1 ol tie il own i I. .-i-l and In ol.
Inoie -liV ih.iU found I) ol going lo lie p
1 1 i . ii.i;!ili'.rs f.-.- this nnd ble- him rt.i.!i
. ) I, :
LATER FOREIGN HEWS.
- Arrival of Bark Cambridge,
W 1 1 3a MttSU mill Iitlro I o t' b. I .
Tin- I ..;:. .:, , ;.,., r;q.t. MilliT. i t the M.iW:u-
I l'l I'.! M t I. IK.-, illlivi ll I'll '.:' . :o!lil. isfllT :t
I". ?.; ! 17 il.i '. !! ini; itiir S.m l'l :un i-." il.iti-s
t I'rhi ii iry n!i.l i;i:.in ti-'.'-r.uiis to the
I'.'t'i. The ires li.iil I n out of order for sunn'
il i .
II ;ny run mi.iui-; .ul reva'i'.--.l tin onhuiit
t ".' iioi i.i.i. :i!i1 !.:io'-?oriiis : the liioniitaiii.-i,
r".ol-; unl inij',ei!:ii th.- u.,iN.
The (',.' !-, Ii-o'.i'ue w'f.li Tutkey La I b.-eti i (t'.eil
!', t'l-1 T il i t'ollfeli-iu e tl.-t.-i.iitl if; t!;:lt the jiarties
fhu!.l !i.ike hut! N luol i-xeh.uioi U i-::.l!y saluta-
t:o:i-i. l.i h '. o! eonre lie done.
In t'ulu ti e rebels are still press"; ni; n. Lnvii!
a.lvaiieeil tin ir oiitpi st to i:hiu a few miles of
the c.ij.U.il. Hivuia, mol a eompromi-e twh'uh
probably means a truee) has lie n proposed by the
lov.-i iioi-t .'eiieral. It is uncertain as yi t which
party w ill w in.
The scheme br annexation of 1 lay ti is crowing
in favor with Cut:pr-.-inen. uti.I it is probable that
some basii ol negotiation will be udopted.
The Jo'dowing clippings embrace the chief items
ol interest :
".sin; ro. l'b. S. A confidential apent of
San lomii:jro is still actively engaged in behalf ol
the annexation scheme.
The A. '. 77i. says Seward is arranging for
an extended lour, upon the expiration of his term.
! Hi-journey will be to California, and thence through
I the K publics of South America.
The Secretary of the Interior, in replv to a reso-
intinii of the
enate. states that the quantity of
lands ccilUiod to States, Territories, and corpora-
t'uns tor i-iilroads canals etc to date, is
i.oiis.ioi i .on oaus, iaii.i is, i in naii, .-
The President In-dav nominatetl Thomas
j Sou. of Caliiornia. us Minister to t:..penhagen.
It is an:iotHiced that (Ion. (.rant has consented
to attend a Conservative inauguration ball to be
held in the Treasury building, in the programme
lor which it is expressly provided that negroes
shall not be admitted.
Official dispatches from Caleb Cushing. at I'.ogota.
Lave been received. His mission, which is believed
to bo to negotiate relative to a ship canal through
' the Isthmus of Panama, is said to be a complete
The ci rl. Minna Kansache, at Ilurlington (Wis.,)
still lies i:i a state of trance, which begun January
j Mu The plivsiciaus tapped a vein,
w.-r.. from a living person.
The President says in his message in regard to
Alaska that he has determined to .stop the Hudson
Ilay Company from trading in that Territory.
An Australian letter fully confirms tho reported
massacre at Poverty P.ay. New Zealand, by the na
tives, of 'S.i w hites and about 20 friendly natives.
The prosperous settlement was entirely blotted
A petition against the confirmation of the loit
iiki treaty has been placed at the Merchant's Ex
change, iiostoii. for signatures.
Weston, the pedestrian. Las started on a grand
walking match o! 5,00.) miles from JJangor. (Me..)
I ' t- Paul (Minn.,) and back. He passed Ilellows
I-alls, on the Connecticut, on the 2Jth of January.
! ... .... ...
1 he sailors of every nationality Lave struck for
j , IU;1Ic1iim1 j proC(.s.s',n to
ilin square, where speeches were made and it
was resolved that no sailor should leave port under
, less pay than $'M. promising rough treatment to
I those who did so.
The auction sale of tickets for the opening night
! ol liootl. s l l.eatre in.neaies u.ai uie loiai receipts
will be SlO.OiX).
Competition was lively : one box
ml another for $122: orchestra
sold for 5-1 lo. an.
' chairs ranged from fcIS to S2.".
Manton Marble, editor of thai paper, has bought
t in all tiie stocK in tue J.
f lll all the Stock HI the A. J . II or., and IS IIONT
I sole proprietor. The paper is valued nt 400.000,
1 without estimating its real estate.
It said that all the members of the Spanish
; Provisional Government favor the Duke de Mont-
j ". f(. Kinj? (if Sp:ih)
, r0:is 1Vb. 8.()';:,idwin was found guilty in
L'.ex Superior Court for prize lighting, against the
; laws of ihe State. His counsel lias appealed and
j the case goes to the Supreme Court.
i Private dispatches say Senator Nye will resign
i his seat in the United States Senate. N've's term
. h n.nitation tilfthe 4thof
, March, 1S73.
' The N'.-w York cmnlovcrs of minters held a
meeting and resolved to continue resistance to tiie
v strii:e m tiie noon priuiers. aim to employ lemaie :
The A. J.A'T says tliat ttie Uea.l olueers
" -Vcrai Mguauce ,mmmtt.-r- me. ...m ...g.u,
-W ' -1 afl a,A. .A I - A - ...
.!, all,i mocuring their arrest, conviction and
The A". 1". Ifrnil.l predicts a
the Government of the city. It
coming change in
says the dermati
: . . :. ...........m l.i li-it. .mil tli.it ,-wiliti-
a oie j piitjiii;t .. . ...... .rv....
. i...!niii to l.i.l f..r it. BtroTifrlv.
tin v. v .......-p-, " ' ' C '
The President, in compliance with the solicita-
tions ot l he menus ol .mis. .-uriati. nas oruereti ner
remains disinterred and delivered to her relations,
... 1 ... . .1... ti,.,.... ..-;n I.. ...1.1
Wl'll Uie Hll.ieiM.tll.... i...a. ...... .a... wt ,m ......
demonstration w hatever, and that the funeral ser
I vices shall be piivately conducted.
R j.nsjn. 1 um a widow of a President of the
i-,.;.,.,! States, whose lite was sacriliced in his
country's service. That sad calamity Las greatly
ired my health, and by the advice of n,y phy-
i- Iv HI 1' t - s - - j - f
mineral waters, and during the winter to go to
Italy, but my financial means don t permit me to
take advantage of the urgent advice given me. nor
t can I li ve in ii style becoming the widow of the
! "..f Vistraie of a great natTon. although I live
u - conomicali v us I can. In consideration of the
dom. 1 mav say I rcspcctrully submit to your
honorable body" this petition, hoping that a yearly
pension may be granted to me. so that I may have
les pecuniary cares. 1 remain most respectfully
.1 - 1
tied). Mrs. A. Lincoln, l-raiinlort. (.erniany.
; .,.,.,;tt..e nn Pensions.
It is stated that the almost universal individual
sentiment ol Congress is averse to the ratification
of the proctocol ol the .l.'to.i.'t treaty in its pres
A St. Momingo letter says tin? portion of Presi
dent Johnson's message relating to the annexation
if that republic to the United States is received
with the liveliest satisfaction. It is thought annex
ation is the only possible solution of existing difli
Culties. Vigilance Committees are definitely known to be
There have been a number of cases within the
past lew days of shooting persons by air-guns, and
then committing robberies.
(Jen. Grant to day took emphatic grounds in fa
vor of the principle of impartial siitl'iagc. He
fxpressed the hope that Congress would pass the
constitutional amendment now pending.
Prake. bv unanimous instructions from the Cnm-
Iilllt.-e tin I ;n
i:ic liailroad. reported and asked lor
con-idi-ration of a resolution tleclar-
! The Naval Appi'opi iation bill was taken up : all
an;. mliuelits tepotted by Committee were adopted.
Several minor amendments wei e oth-r.-d and adopt
ed. Nye move. I to a Id an appropi iot ion of --i0.-
i omj f.,- ill., iinprot eiii.-iit .f 1 if harbor ol Midway
! I-I.unl. in the P.t.-ifi.-, which was tinally adopted.
The bill then pa I.
The Senate Committee, to whom the subject win
' referred, bate reported it bill lor the regulation of
: the Al-t-U I ii r seal ti ade.
Th.'V propose to sell the pti ileges of thetrild"'
f..r it '.- l.'.l of fifteen years t i the lit--l-t bidder;
the Gov. i iiiie-nt to n-.ilie a loyally of not less
than loll ir for it. li i-kiu.
The 1 1.. mini. -an an lo- .1 1 i"!i milter is leading to
f.e-h coii.plii iitions. A i oniolontial liuvovol H ie.
!. I -II I ill l. lb' oll'el s to I eile I be e ilol y lo the
I I, ite. I -l.i!.'. without e . (Vatioll. oil Hie Sole c-a.JI -
dilioll lh.it our I oivel limelit shall n - nine !n ir
.1. I.t. aino. iiiting lo Iw.lve or I "..010 noil. The
lillgli-ll h..!.el of the .-.en.e. it I lldebted lie -S
i a i pi . -iog lh. ii daiius f. t iioio. d i.tte p;i no lit.
1 'lie- 1 1 -Use 'oiiuniltee ol V.is and Means will
pi i '. il-!y tej.oi t l.iorabl y on tl.e siiloect ot leiiew
ITI;' tile e, ion t-i!v li.-.ity with t'au.id t.
V i-h;i;i.in, l-'i b. "i. 1 he Senate has passed a
lull giving :f. i t to certain foi.-i-n treaty ii.ul i
ti .!:. The bill an'hoi i.es the l'li-sid'-iit to employ
ln.!:!.;iy I n when n.-ee.iry to gii.it d alleged
: ci iuiin.tls who l:ae bee!l claim.-d under the Sixtia-il-tioii
T'ie Seii:-.!.. l.i'! nd'ng the operation of the
pro; No. ii- i I' II. c t'oo'.ie T..:h Law to Japan was
' pas-i-d by the Se:i.ie.
U'ii:iian, l"eb. 15. The liiseiissiou in regard
to I'o.sf.il Telegraphs. I. el. re the lloilse Committee
i:i l'osl. like and l'ost roads, cliised to d.iV.
Tin Cotiijni! siattd lie in l ivi r f recom-m.-n.iing
the pa--age ..! the 1'ost il Te'egiapli lhll.
ai:. lour against.
'I he bill will be repotted oil Tuesday next ; but
i!s p iss.ig,. at the pu s. nt session is t tri inely
The proposed I'tuted States rrott'etorate sclu-me
for S.m iomi::go and Ilaxli is under cotisidei a!i..:i
ill the State I lepart melit. "
Laities w ho ate largely intonated in the matt' r
antii ipa! t! at the con venlion w ill be concluded be
lot e Secretary Seward's retirement, providing for a
Protectorate over the Islands named, similar to the
one defeated in the House.
Oil motion of I'.outwell, the constitutional
amendment called up.
, The joint resolution was then ordered engrossed
and read a third time, when the resolution passed
by t'ie necessary two-thirds vote 10 to 42 the?
Sjieiikt-r voting in the afiirmativc.
! The amendment proposed is us follows :
Aiticle blank Section 1. The light of any
citien of the I'nited States to vote shall not bo
' denied or abridged by the I'nited States or any
State by reason ol race, color or previous coudi-
tion of slavery ot any citizen or any class ol citizens.
; Sec. . I lie Congress shall have power to en
force, by appropriate legislation, the provisions ol
: this Article, l'usswd as above and sent to the
The Suffrage Constitutional amendment came up
again in the Senate to-day for consideration. It
: reads as follows :
I "No discrimination shall be made by the United
( States among citizens of the I'nited States in the
, exercise of the elective franchise, or the right to
i hold ollice in any Stale, on account of race, or
: color, property, nativity, education or creed."'
: The amendment as amended was then passed by
I a vote of -10 ayes to I I noes. The amendment now
; goes to the House for concurrence.
j Cuban eivs.
! Havana. Feb. 9. The political disturbance con
j tinues. Cigars Lave advanced in consequence.
; The police are searching houses and arresting
revolutionists. Volunteer recruiting for tho sup
port ot the ( lovernmetit is brisk.
February 10. A letter dated Havana, February
; 2.1, states that an early compromise is expected
between the belligerents. The Captain (ieneral
! has already sent a basis for amicable agreement to
: Spain, tjuesada appears to be the only revolu
tionary chief determined to oppose the compromise.
Havana. Feb. 9. The Government is organizing
a new battalion of volunteers as a post garrison,
llegulars have been sent to Cienfuegos. The
strongest fortress of Havana is garrisoned by regu
lars and volunteers, w ho are citizens of Havana.
From Valparaiso we hear of destructive fires at
tended with great loss of property. Several per
sons are missing, though as yet it is impossible to
tell whether any life has been lost. In Peru
troubles are increasing between Congress nnd the
Cabinet and the Treasury is in a bad condition.
A line of telegraph will be opened shortly be
tween Panama and Lima by a Peruvian company.
The latter Las received ? (".00 ,000 from the Govern
ment to assist the enterprise,
j ITetiipotetitiat ies from Chile, Bolivia and Peru
j are to be sent to Washington to arrange peace with
Loxnox. Feb. 5. The Great Powers who pa
I pated in the Paris Conference have granted a
pated m the Pans Conference Lave granted a brief
time to Greece to decide as to whether she will
; agree 10 i.ir (iroiocoi or 1101. Jviug ueorge naa re-
! turiuii to Athens, lie is engage.! m lorming a
w Ministry. The whole dilKculty is owing to
me Hostility oi uie viieeKS to lue oiuerence. i in
retirin2 Premier Las been the recipient of an ova
The statement of the London Stnmhird and Man
chester nnd Liverpool papers, that the next Ad
ministration will not get so good terms as the
Clarendon-Johnson treaty offers, is met by some
Senators with the remark that the next Adminis
tration could hardly get worse terms, and will
probably require, better before closing the matter.
LoxnoN", Feb. fi. The New Ministry movement
in Greece is a failure, llulgaris, the former Pre
mier, is recalled. The King is firm in his adherence
to the protocol.
M.vnKin. Feb. fi. The draft of a new Constitu
tion will be presented to the Cortes. It will pro
vide for the abolition of slavery in the Spanish do
minions. Loxnox. Feb. C. The London Times denounces
tint f. inil.-iFi.rlTii-.n iroifr onrl curs tlinr if ilia
United States Government hesitates to ratify, Eng-
' land will not chafe. The Times declares that it is
desirable that the whole treaty should be revised
and recast. As it is now. every claim will go to a
foreign umpire for final decision.
M.umin. Feb. 7. It is said that Prince Ferdinand
has consented to become a candidate for the throne.
Pauis. Feb. 7. The late Queen Isabella has
issued another manilesto. denouncing tho Revolu
tionists iu Spain, and asserting her rights to the
Paris. Feb. 7. The Great Powers Lave granted
the (.reek Government eight days more in which
; to make a final decision in regard to the proposals
j of the Conference.
Athens. Feb. 8. The King and Cabinet are nn-
animous in their adherence to the Conference.
! Various Items.
SI. Louis claims a population of 201,000.
A set of false teeth were attached in Kentucky
by a sheriff for taxes.
Archbishop Manning, of Westminster Eng., is to
be made a Cardinal.
At New Haven recently, a poor family were dis
covered making a dinner on boiled dog.
An English paper speaks of New York as a
"station on the notorious F.rie railway."
The Fenians claim 800 circles and 120,000 mem
bers in the United States.
San Francisco has eight daily papers and a dozen
The vote of California indicates a population of
The Central Pacific railroad snow sheds extend
I Some one Las erected a monument over the re
' mains ot Aaron liurr.
Machinery has been invented in Massachusetts by
j which it is expected to accomplish the whole pro-
cess of tanning iu ten hours.
A great many people in this country are like a
; portion of the French fond of putting down the
; old lloiirbon element.
! Hotly snatchers infest the Ft. Louis cemeteries,
and CO corpses, interred since the first of November
. are now missing.
j The first advertisement was inserted in a London
I newspaper in 1UIS, and Parliamentary reporting
j Lad its origin in Kill.
Tin- first advertiser was a London haberdasher !
' named Hetvey, who died in Ki72, abundantly rich
from the profits of his new discovery.
I A last boy tn skates skated from HulTalo, Iowa.
' to Mavonpott. a distance of ten miles, the other I
1 day, in 40 minutes. j
i Opium eating has become very general in Maine, i
j This is the result, it is argued, of the prohibitory j
; liquor law.
j George Franeis Train says that England is the !
; only place where God and the devil are liariiessetl
into a (Inutile team to run cliurcli ana Mate.
In Hubert P.onner's stable the horses are fed j
from a box in the lloor, as their owner believes j
that nature intended they should take their food i
from the level ot their feet.
Olive Logan says that Hamlet asked "Canst!
thou minister to a mind diseased. "r Possibly ho !
tlid. but Shakespeare doesn't mention it. j
There was lately a sale of violins in Paris at '
l which an instrument by Stradivarius was sold for j
I $ Im), pergon.i for $110. and others at equally
! It appears that the young woman, recently ad-J
, milted to the Si. Louis law school, is decidedly ;
' handsome. Of coiuso no inferences are to be j
j ill. i nn. I
) A year ago. alter the late M. I'.erryer bad con- ;
j eluded a great speech, .lilies Favre rushed up to
j him, and the two embraced each other scleral mill- ;
; "w- . i
1 - The I i-t mushroom city created by the . Facille
, railroad is t ailed Ogdeti. and is situated about III
! miles north of Sail Lake a il v. Many prophesy !
that this n.w city will b.-foie buig be Ihe largest in
j the Tciiitoiy, and its folium ii ial centre. The
; Union and tiie Central Pacific loads meet there.
All that i required in Ihe lodging house business
iu V. hile Pine i- it lot oT si. ml iron hooks and a
lot of j'uunv sacks. The hooks nio ihixeii into
; . ..in eiii.-ni tie. s and the lodgeis hung up in Ihe'
sa. niter which Ihe landlord has nothing to do
. lilt m nig bill loaf about and keep Hp flies under j
I sin Ii tn . s as he h i-, local. -I. j
S.-nor I'olurls, tl..- , .pa.ii.li Miio-t.-r to
W .isloi gt'.n. is a very handsome young man; of
liiij'H-!. d. -. el.t. Ib'Vpe.il.s Kngli'l, Hiietuly. Uii-
: .lei .stands, and cou-cqui'iitty u'iu.irc-, Ihe United
! U -v. S. II. Ti ng. Jr.. is charged by Lis tradticcrs
. with ii- git-ding his ow n parishioners, except that
he is ot!icious enough wln-u they nre out of town.
His own people do ii, .t s.-cin to think so, and Lain
added l.'i"il to his salary. His church maintains
thi.s- mission schools, which fare for it tti.itts.iinl
poor clii'i.lien. An iinoriiaiucl brother of Lis is
on- of the most t !!.-( tive lay pleach, is of the West,
ai.d anoil.. r j ..linger brother i pr j ai :r.g to enUT
the i;.inistry. LhUjh mlt nl.
A wonderful top h-is been invent. -d in Lenon,
Massachusetts. It will fpin lor half nn Lour or
more; make maiblcs. money, and o;h-r objects
spin around it. like siUcl'iiics ; it will make gilt
and colored p:'-r, silk or ribbon as-atne the np
, poanun e of gb.ss goblets ; spiral ring painted oil
1 circular paper and attached to the top. pres. tit the
Hppenr.ince ot beautiful circles ; finally, it will
c.rry another top on its shoulder, spinning with
itself, at full speed. This last Yankee notion is
called th. Leliotl Top."
The Mission School f..r Ihe Chinese lately estab
lished by the Howard Prcsby tei ian Church, S. F Is
. already a pr.-ut success. As many as CO pupils
Lave been present at one meeting. TLey appear to
i be greatly interested, and there is no doubt that
' they will induce a large number of th-ir compan
ions to attend. The lollowing notice is printed on
: red lire cracker paper, in English and Chinese, and
circulated in all parts of the city : " Mission street,
j at Dr. Scudder"s church every Sundny, nt 2 o'clock
: r. M. A school is opened for teaching the English
language without charge. Any Chinaman who
j w ishes to learn may come nl that hour."'
j Harper's shows up the rascality of tho
I " financial " propositions of Andrew Johnson's
message by a picture of bis Excellency, dressed as
' a clown, bargaining with an innocent old farmer
j for a goose nnd some eggs, the latter being maikcd
!" interest." The follow ing dialogue explains the
picture: Andy Johnson "Now, look here! I
' owes yer for this here goose." Farmer Yes,
thnt's so."' Andy Johnson -4 Well, I'm a very
j honorable man. mid I'JI tell you Low I'm going to
j pay yer the debt : You just make me n present of
I that basket of eggs, and I'll give 'em back to yer
j in payment for the goose ; don't yer see ?"
j Hrigham Young has telegraph wires leading to
j Lis office and connecting with every hamlet in
! Utah, a line .OOO miles long. Every settlement of
i half a dozen houses has a telegraph ollice, with
female saint operators, and in charge of a Hishop
of the Mormon Church, and who can report at any
time all that takes place to Young. From Lis pri
vate oflice in Salt Lake City, like the watchman In
the fire telegraph. P.righam may give an order or
ring an alauu irom Idaho to New Mexico.
The nearness of the completion of the Faciflo
Hiiilroad. says the .1,7.. and the success of tho
China and San Francisco line of steamers, have
set people to think of undertaking the voyage
around the world by steam. Already some enter
prising company in the Atlantic States has com
menced preparations for tt grand excursion around
the world, charging a stipulated sum for "tho
round trip." which is to occupy about ninety days.
This would be seeing Ihe world very much as tho
English tourist saw Niagara : Making some mis
calculation iu Lis time, he found that his allotted
stay at the great cataract was in the night time,
but he hired half a dozen lunterns, " did " tlu
Falls, and left by the midnight train, well satisfied.
The cost of the proposed trip will be about 1,420)
Postmaster-General Randall Las made Lis sup
plementary repcrt. He says the telegraph lines,
under government control, would be much more
serviceable and cheaper, lie recommends th
passage of an act incorporating a company which '
shall construct telegraph lines among all postal
routes, and coutract .with the Postmaster-General
to deliver messages at a low fixed raie. It is rec
ommended that at present the rates average about
one cent per ivord for all distauces not exceeding
.100 miles, and five cents for every five words be
vond that distance. These rates are to be determ
ined in the act of Congress, but the Postmaster
General is to Lave the power of rcducingliaem
whenever tho profits exceed two per cent, of ihe
company's capital, which is to be limited to ?200
per mile. This provision is intended to ptevent
the inflation of capital. Mr. I'andall is very severe
on the present management of the telegraph. 1I
opposes the establishment ot any experimental
lines by the government, and calls upon Congress
to establish a general system at once.
Timely caution to real estate buyers is given by
Carter's lleul Estate Circular. It says tb.it pur
chasers of real estate are not generally aware that,
where a man and wife arc divorced, the woman ia
entitled to receive a full half interest in all of her
late husband's real es'.ate, provided he was not
divorced from her for adultery on her part. In
such case, she receives nothing. If the btisband
committed adultery, all of his real estate becomes
the property of his wife. Those who are about
purchasing real estate should see that it is kept
free of incumberance arising from the above cause.
We have heard of several cases here where a
divorced wife, who was not aware that she had any
interest in her husband's property, was approached
by persons who were posted upon the law. They
gave a plausible excuse for wanting a deed Irom
her, and obtained it for a trifle, and thus secured
half thc husband's real estate.
Aalie schooner Urania wa3 off Crowdy Head,
on Monday August 17th, about midnicht, a heavy
south-westerly squall came on. and all Lands were
called to shorten sail. A seaman named II. G.
Sales was steering, and at 12:30 a. m., a meteor,
like a ball of fire, fell immediately over thevessal'a.
stern, and exploded with a loud report resembling
that of a heavy piece of ordnance. Sparks of Ere
were scattered all about the deck, and tho steers
man was killed by the shock. Every one on board
felt a violent shock like that of a galvanic battery ;
but none of the crew were injured except Sales,
who was at his last gasp when picked up. His
body showed no marks, but appeared to be black
ened, and some six or seven hours after decompo
sition set in, and the poor fellow was buried over
the side. The fire-ball apparently traveled with
the wind, which was from the south-west, and Lea
it burst the Hisli was so intensely brilliant that tho
steward, who was lying in his berth below, declared
that he saw the fire through the seams of the deck.
The cabin at the same moment was filled with
smoke, w hich blackened papers lying about.
A gentleman with his sister, a lovely and accom
plished young lady, were passengers on the Unitni
Slates on the night of December 4th, when she
and the America collided on tho Ohio and wero
destroyed, lie rushed, to the state-room of Lis
sister, burst open the door, and seizing her in bis
arms, carried her down to tiie main deck, where,
procuring a door-shutter, he threw it overboard
and leaped after it. with his sister in his arms. He
placed her securely on the shutter, and was swim
ming behind, pushing it with its precious load to
ward the shore, when, to his horror, a big. burley,
and able-bodied man swam up. pushed his sister
off the board, and climbed upon it himself. The
yoting girl sank with a scream, and if she came to
the surface it was so dark and the confusion so
great that he could not find her. Maddened by the
dastardly act. he made after the author, and seiz
ing hiui by the throat a struggle to the death en
sued. They rose and sank together, still struggling,
and when last seen were grappling with each
The government of Chile entered into a contract
with (Jodetfroy .V Son. of Hamburg, for the intro
duction ot Swiss, Tyrolese, and German colonists.
The emigrants will have to be provided with good
characters, ri.vl by the Chilean Consul at Ham
burg, and on their arrival out they will be sent on
to Arauco by the government and placed in pos
session of their land, according to the terms of tho
contract. The colonists will be furnished with be-tween-deck
passage, and they will be allowed ono
ton of measurement to every adult, and one-hall
ton for each person under 12 years, and they are?
to be treated on board in accordance with tho
Hamburg passenger act. TLe government agrees
to pay :s lu for the passage (if each adult, and t?20
for each child under 12 years of nge. The contract
is to List four years ; and if the scheme should meet
favor in Gut many, the Chilean government agrees
to conl i act for one hundred families for the first
year, 150 for the second, 2ot for the third, and .500
for the fourth, with liberty to the contractors to
exceed tfiese quantities to the extent of 23 per
Annex ition or the Hawaii in biaxn. A friend
of ours who hits recently gone to the islands writes
fiom Honolulu, that city of royally and rainbows,
of saintlincss and scullery, of cliques ami quiet, of
rank licentiousness and greed of gain, that the resi
dents there are anxiously awaiting some decision
on the pari ol this go ci iimenl regarding the i-io-.i'i'.oi
of the group.
We trust that while this annexation fever is nt
its height such valuable opportunity for obtain
ing possession of the key of the North Pacific may
not bo lost.
The confidence inspiie.l by this t onol Million of
power Would be defined ample security for the Itl
lestmentol capital in the lucrative fields of this
archipelago, w hich even now exist, and an era of
commercial prosperity and enterprise, would dawn
lor Hawaii, which as an ind. -pendent sovereignly
she can n. vt-r attain. While the one Las nothing
lo lose Ihe oilier Las everything to gain. The con
tingency of l-'ieiich or English monopoly should
iieu r lor a moment lie cnterlaine.l. as such an
event would be disastrous lo the in teres! s of all.
Tahiti furnishes usf i plnced.-ul that needs no com
ment, then-lore delays are .1 utg. i en. Annexation
is what Ihey ( rv lor and what they should Lave.
V. ;. .'.i,.."oi.o E. A. P.
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