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or ADAMS &WILDER
"'AT sales room.
: : MAY 19th,
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Opium License at Auction.
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OS WEDNESDAY. MAY 19th,
At 11 o'''I''i n.on, tak-. Rortn,
Will ft .Wil
One Opium jLicciisc.
OS WEDNESDAY. : : :
One Very Superior Carriagre Horse,
IMl-oRTIO yfCK. T TEA OLD
ntZ SF.T (IF SINfil.K iiakm:ss.
For prt cuiiro rr'r to a v.x ma vr iluko.
Valuable Lease at Auction.
ON FRIDAY. : 7: : MAY 21st,
At 11 o'clock on the .rrmi-
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There are Six Ecildins oa the Premises, j
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t..r il.H,oi. t-rwuli' KiiHJi. tint K"'iun, A;e..r4
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further purt.eulart .oi l t.
AIMA UILIl::i. Artrti.rtH-.T.
lalur( for Eloiwe.
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Hillinril Tahlc i'ov Sale.
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Carriage Slor-c lor Sale.
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Bill Heads. Cards, Circulars,
riantaticn Orders, Receipts,
Pamphlets, Visiting Cards,
Etc., Etc. Etc.
In etetjr Stjle and Variety.
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BY C. S. DARTOW.
R ECU LA R RO O M SA LET
OS TUESDAY. : : : : : : MAY 18th,
At 1 OVSck, A. M-, t LV m,
JrV A .Vb.l
A VARIETY OF ItlERCHANDISE
.'r- j:irf,f..',;ri t.i l-.-4-r.:.
He d wood .Lumber.
H'st itt. t.i vn. iT.u it it K I. :;!.
-I lain i-r. fl. - r
LLW I.Kn c HCK-o.N.
i lr hf
HOOKIM; M.ITI-MZK, IO
f.iiKf, mim:v, 1IOW A.M CHIIo
Fine Calf Goat and Kid Eoots and Shoes.
I vakikti x vukks.
j - t Lt.i.,
Ar.l i-thrr A;'cico!'.uil tr.-:.'j, t,t jr
o;i -in c. i.ut.w i.u & co.
gr .i.f. r.F.vKi;ni(i fkom nat
AL(, COrMHK SCAI.KS.
l y C. :ilK t::: A; .
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V 11 O CJ I- A .11 A T I A" .
CCORCE C. SIDERS
IIKolKKs TO IM'llit.M Till-: I'
:nf It - I1..it'! tl.-: h- fl . (.urrl i-.l Ihr AT O
V .-.i.fi. mi Nii'uim )!rr-I. a! .il carry i.n iLe Husi-
! Mr. Slt'l K. will kp tttrie iM c..mi-1'te t..ek A
Vxwiw mid Stoves!
A rvl ak a or.timiaiwre of the -!trtnic r.f the r ul.lic.
Cmumbrr, on .Naajna strrrt, 3 door above kin;,
til (.'nil a bU f'.iaiulur I be Morli. U
Xcw jJooa per ?S:.!io!
JFT IS KC'KI Y Kl). A FIXK AOIlT
I.iulie :intl .Ui-.-.r' Unot and Shoe.
CrntV ISe-t Hoot,
Hoy Fine Ihioti itud Shoe.
A I.I. THE. LATE AMt A F. It' STYLES Of
JMmy and Iiino- (ioods.
For Stile Chraf Cull Hud Srr.
:i Cat J. DAVIS CO.
AT J. T. WATEP.HOUSE'S
Galvanized Corrugated Roofing,
A CIIKIC AMI IM'It ISI.H COVKKINO
!& hr ls. lliii II. t an-I s: re Alio,
Galvanized Oatterincr, Spouting, and TAUdg;e
rLUX t'.I.YAALFS I20.V, HI fcFS YAKIOIS,
Iron Wheel-barrow. Iron I.ndJcr,
Sl..t, (.uitotvtl-r, l"Ten-ioii Capo,
I'l-nring Mire, tlulraiiizcl Sf Vlain,
f CI ..nA.. vA- ( r v YVS.- I'. t nor
irtjii .ii.tiiu.il ! ivi inn
A I SO ('ml. Kuril.
On Sale at J. T. Watcrhouse's !
li ILVA .MZKD
T k-p out Ital'l'it... Ct. or I'r.ai
tl.-lr wintn cut.
OS SILK AT J. T. WATiTtllOlSirS!
j I'ATKXT IKOX
I Hurdle Continuation Fencing!
cmmk ah smii.k fukctkh cok.xkii
of Kultoi o.t Nuuana Str. ia.
At l ("enl per rnnnin; fool of 5 Hiiro,
Inciulirj ?ijn.lar.N ever 5 f..t-
Iron Pillar and IVt fr Mraiaincr W ire If n cine'.
ON SALE AT
.i. t. wati: as is irs
"AIIIOI'S. OF M'I'KUHIU Ut'ALITr,
T pi.-ule l or.J. ami arraii:l.
Crockery-ware, Glass-ware, Saddles, Eridlcs
Dry (ioods of various Im crij)iions,
.tmtUrii;' nn.l I'enrl Hirer Priilin,
locks of visiars nFXUiriKs,
Ilnop Iron, American Xiiil,
(.'alranied Foot Halh Tubs,
(;.il viuiietl FniU,
Spade-, Sliovel. (",
I'tivre. Hoop Iron,
j Whiting, Chalk, and Dry Colors,
t c.h -t.t y tI.--r;p!4.n
Arlsclrs Nnitahlo for Native Trade.
1 Many Gooils not to be obtained elsewhere
I I II "Vd-l LC.
' JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
VOTKH Ol TIIK VOl.CAXOX OF TIIK
1 HtvMlAS l-UMo. in a !l of tl.. r r..
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fr.m thr -i.r:iif M.Ju- li'ii.r. ky W. T. Ir.i.1. .m.
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Variiiotilli Siis:u Corn,
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TIN VKKY CIKIICI'. Foil
K. I l.i' C rn w it-oo.y ku. 1 arJ J
Pr: !.( ..!, o i f 1".T.
pi.nou:n Ly tl..
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SI NT HKCKIYKH. XK.AV
t:irl st r-. i y
A t'-r !,! ai t.e 1 iOj..lf lirrry ol
1'ino t Cliru in Tobacco !
('HOICK A IITICL.X. AT Til K M)I)A
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f:a IlLLI-TI.i. tt HYLAND.
-f IS A It FLAT IKON, M7.C, .1-12 1-5
I.KW LUS Jk DICKON
Canned Meats, a Full Assortment,
OtSTKKS. l.ollsTKKS, II.IMS VKa
Ira I H A?. . .-.'tNCKR A: CO
Oats. Eraa and California Hay.
7 ' tl TITIi:S TO St'lT. !'!( .-AI.K PY
5IU, AM A
m .-.-:Vy (a Im;
GOOI V A It I KT V. F1;
t U.s. N. M'KM t.K - O.
Ebls. Choice Cider Vinegar.
r.ois sai.k i:v
CIIAJ. N. SI'ENCKK Jt CO.
P.iinK r.iir.t Oil. ;u:d Turpentine!
j Black Paint, Prussian Blue,
Cl II HO MK VKIJ.il V. I ll KOM K U ItKKX,
' Wi. te Lr.l, Vl..Le Zii.r, fi'.-nt lrim.'. Ace. t ..ro- liy
I K'.Z lui C1IAS. tl'lMKU Ac CO.
ISctiip mid llntiila t'oiilasc
SIT.N V A K . K A T T l I . M A HI.I.VK,
II uv l.i.r aiM i.i i;. l.r-.l.ly
C1IAS. X. SPKXCKil Ac CO.
f 5 A CK F.l I X K A I'. It V A X F.X 1'Klt I KXC-
i , -lM ''"'-r. " uf '"'r:"" ;1',iVv.V;r V'T
, l.a Im til As. N. tFtNCKK A: C'.'.
Downer's Eest Kerosene Oil,
57OU SU.C II V
.; im ciias. n. fi'KXCi it & co.
A Xl CIIIX A TKA.-FOII S. I.K
t".a Im) UlAs. X. Sl'KX'.KK A; 111.
5aieraiUS. bOtta ana Uieain lariar.
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Il lU.tl's, 1IKMI' TWINE AXO ISA I.K
ClIAs. N. FI'KXCKU a CO.
WVtKF.HV AM FAMILY
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si I'KiiUM:, in ai.l out .f i:-.n.i. K"ra:- i-v
lm CIIAS. X. Sl'EXCKK & CO.
Navy, Medium, Pilot and Saloon Bread,
v.. i-i v-v vscriti-rt'tt ,,,.,......
A IAO. TINS
X f -r K-.I.- l.v i
lm) CII As. X. M'kXCKU A: t'O.
CIIIXKSK KICK. IN IiOND.
WW Alui 6 000 IM., at r.-a-..u..i..- ri.li-s. l-y
.IIAKKKIt .t CO.
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A f I I'KItlOK !T OK SMIAVKIi ItEU-
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WAI.KI U Ac ALI.KN.
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ASKS OI.IVK Oil,.
Citsr rrri.cli .Mu.tnr l,
C;im-3 Frencli Chorr.tale.
F"r ai- hy
CTa tin WALK Kit A: ALLKN
A K Kits F XT II A FI.OL'It, AXI IMI.OT
I P lu;i.AL. I'or alc 'J
o:j l.n WALKKU & ALLKN.
ijKAW iiokm: I'AKTS.
: c .I ami H. re Carts,
Litit l'rt, ( r hot-Ken orniu!.T, of iilr nc make, uitalilc
for town or .lanli.tiin work.
Liflit Cmroril tVjjrnnn,
t.xpn- W agon.,
t IUikI Curt.,
IK-arjr llan.l Carls.
Canat Larrows, Ac.
AH of ti. are d sale low.
C. MUAVKU. 4r CO.
Mill S.U.K It V
C. I-.r.KW KIl Ar CO.
C. UKKWKIl A. CO.,
27 Qil- n Mr. ft.
r..r ! I.y
OF l.l. SI7.KS. FOU SAI.K II V
CTI .ui C. :UKVKIt A: CO.
Kaolin, Fire Sand,
II'K CI. A V. FOU SAI.K Itl'
CTI Jia C. lilir.WIU Ar CO.
Coston Card IMatchcs.
.KIK Stl.K II V
C. LKLW Kll Ar CO
(f 1 A ST I II OX SIIK 71 FT.. 23 KU'll.
J I or ..i.e I.y (i.u Jiu) l". lllll.M I K V Ol.
Oak, Ah, SiicUory.
Il.tXK OF ASSOUTKO SIZKS, IMP0KTKD
CAItltlACIl 31 A K KRS' FSK.
For .il r (.''' i -m) C BUKV. Klt Ac CO.
IMMI.KSS lU KI.Al1 1IAUS FOR SALKPY
C. I'.KKWKU Ac CO.
A X H.TCHI-:rS.SIHIVKI.S.CKOWIMKS
j I.-alel y (IT 1 Jin) C. l:UhW Kit Ac CO.
I.I. SIZKS.-FOR SAI.K IIV
t;i C. IIKI.MI.i: 4r III.
For Mntr KIIch Tl.i. Wri-li.
I A MONO M'CAR IX S.MAI.I. KKKS,
ol .o U eaeli. fi..m
M A K KK'S IM.AXTATIOX.
I'orSiVt.y fi-V. Sin) C. llltKWKK Ac CO.
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a iiu:.t!i in th:H i-. 1 iiv. Ti e New Zt;il:uil JI-r-
uUl e-jLiUiin- i.ie M iiMe :niiee to its re;ih-r,
whi. li, it the Duke i" .-.h.ri esi-o-etol here, may." Almost a Fikiu A Mr. Holies was overseeinp;
Hut inaj tly be nhli.-hcl : s.,j.ie Hork in his ttorc-houe, yesterd ay, he noticcl
" The a: pr.,:.chli:r arrival f the lhihe ( f IMin- stm ke an 1 ih.me risi::;: from the yar.l in rear of the
lurr in :.rw ..alan l ren lers it neces? ny that ye
huM have a tVw v. vi U to say up. u the subject t f
his re.-ej.ti-'li. Hut it, IV. r our own ?akes,
i: is u.vhiiraMe that we th-.ul 1 iinlule in ary vi--
h nt an 1 cxtravaat.t 'h:!i..t;strat:uns lnuirrixi pti. n
it li. e I'UKe, it is .j-.itc uiiin ci-ssary inai we siioui-t
i'. so. If we s-i t' vrratify ourselves we shall le
act in.'? von,- ciiti t My, ami if we do so to gratify
him we shall signally fail in our cn leavor. Any tx
j iiist- tii it this pioviuce i r at;y other province in
New Zeal ml can ') to will, alter all. f:ly j.rovile
wh it loust appear t- be a v.-ry paltry aireant in the
evis of C'tie who, like the l'ake of lMiiiliurh, has
witne.-sel sn;h exhibit:, ns w hen earrid out icanl-
K-1 f exT'ins ', an 1 with all the assistance that art.
t:t.-te, skill, an I op;.rtunity coul.I ie to enhance
their ttlect. 1 ar rather woii. l he U- lift to see us ;n
i-ur evi rv ilav lire-s, a wc rea'.Iv live, an.l to be lelt to
v ,. ' , . ,- . ... ,
i iimu-o r.;ii-i- f i.f i r les i vrn fashi.ni. A lew ilajs
pheasant sh-.tii:-, a visit, perhaps, to the lakes in
, i, ,. ., ..:.. tin. ..ii'.l i.trv
about Aucklaii.l wouM U' f ir moiv i-. n-euial to his
taste as a gentleman an.l a visitor than to be ma le
' the centre of a silly pigoant, ami tn le folluweil from
' pi ice to place us a live curi sitv to U- stard at. Ve
i "''all '-e show in- fir more rc-r.o"ct, ami be not unmiml-
. .- i .i
I ful of what is .hie to ours. Ives also, if we avoid the
j errors of our Austnili-in fellow colonists. Tlie l'ul.e,
. asau Impi iial :h.-..r and n member of the K.yal
family, Will be the jruest of the representative of
, ..y ah v here, and we mav fairlv j.n-sume that Sir
i Oo..rge" Howen will not be "uumiudlul of his duties us
1 a Loal-"
t Ho, x ,-pb Hii....-The sch.K.mr A'.ie ,rr saild
i lor Hilo on Tuesday fast, takm- Jud-e Hartv.ill,
Attorii-v-Cen-ral Hhillii's, A. F. Ju ll, ILs..., mi l
! others, to attend court in that place. H.'sides the
members of the court and bar, there were fifteen
i prisoners, in charge of SheriC layton and one or
! two constables. The jirisuiicrs, who were all maiia-
eld. consisted of Kaotia and the leaders in his re-
1 Vl'!t "r ,,:ltoxt'r 5t Le u'r,"iJ-t whkh lccurreJ
1,1 Koha, Hawaii, hist October, llus may sei-ui a
little risky, to send so many l risa.ners with the
I ju'lge, attorneys, witnesses and other passengers, an
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in one vessel of less than a. hundrel tons burthen.
i Hut the prt-oncrs were wed secure.1, and the olhecrs,
j and crew of th'.? VCSSll Were Well armed, and ready
' j for any emergency that might happen.
to the laws of the Kingdom, persons accused of lour-,
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i der have the rn;ht to l.v tried on the island where
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tlie OlieiiSL" was loiii.ii:uci, which iiiukvm ii iuvvmihj
i to transfer ci urt and juisoi-.c-rs all to Hawaii. It is
i tint improbable? that Ka. na mid i lie or more of the
j leaders may be com ietcd of murder or manslaughter.
! His deluded followers-, however, believe him to Le a
true prophet from heaven, who is r-orsecutd by
! tjofllng Gentiles. They all, men and women, dress
in white clothes with white turbans around their
I hats; and on the departure of the schooner many of
his followers npjc.ired at the wharf dressed in their
! ircultar costume, anxious to bid adieu to their per-
fccuti'vJ leader and bretliren. llie trial will tie a
very interesting one, and the events Connected with
it will doubilecs form a page in Hawaiian history.
Ikath or I.Kopoi.n W.ii.FF, lls. On Sunday
evening last, May Mr. Ix.jn.1 1 Wolff, a member
of the bar of these islands, did at the residence of
Mr. Louisson, in this city, of pulmonary consuinj
tion. Mr. Wolff was born at New Orleans, La,
March 0,1512, and was consequently a little over
twenty-seven years of nge, at tlie time of his death.
Graduating at the Cincinnati Law S-.-1ih1, he subse
quently rea 1 law in the oflicc of Judge Krum, of f t.
j Jy.uis, Mo., and was admitted t the bar at the age
. f.f ttroiitr.Tio Arriviii'. on thr I.iiltl. ri.nst ill
' K.-i i ..i i i i i , i . .,:
ISO", lie t-cttld at Portland, O., where Lc imincai-
i ntclv tiMik a very u-Miectable ti'sitioii in his r.n.fes-
In the summer of lsi', he visited the West
' Indies, in the In je ol recovering ins impaired nealtli,
but obtaining lio relief, retuii.id again to Oreg. u,
. whence, in January, 1 ', he came to these islands,
j and resided ot Lahaimi most of thetimesii.ee, up to
within a short i-t iod previous to his death. Mr.
Wolff was a lawyer of aekuowled -cl talent, siniru-
FiHvehnent, and had made numerous friends here
Ilurbaue manners and many good qualities.-
TA..u:.-At Mr. Win. Fl,chci..;.'
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net ware room may be s-eu a centre-table made V
by order of Gotcrnor Doininis, out of .ok and Aon.
i The top of the table consists tf sections of fine dark j
: .oU, radiating from the centre, very chastely design-
ed and joined, while around this is a rim of lighter ',
' co'ord A0.7, aLe.ut f ur inches broad. The legs of
the table are carved and also of aVom. The whole
makes one of the richest and handsomest j-leces if
furn'.ture ever manufactuii'd in this city. It is un
derstood to be designed for parties in California, hut
wherever it g-es it will be an evidence of the skill of
our workmen, and the unrivalh-d richness of our na
tive furniture woods. We trust it may be exhibited
at the Mechanic's Fair in San Francisco the coming
Fire at Kialoa. The quarters of the Chinese ,
; laborers at Kaaloa, t.iok fire on Saturday night, and
: were entirely consumed. It was an accident, evi
dently occurring from smoking. It is a common
; thing f..r smokers to say that no accident ever occurs
i from their favotite indulgence. Friction matches
: and fire, generally, are harmless when employed in
i burning tobacco. The loss to the proprietor is about
I rfJ. Hie occupants lost their clothes, and little
' property, generally. John Chinaman was much
aCi-ctd 1 y his loss, as is usual with him, and had
j the sii-cere sympathy of his employer, notwithstand
ing his own loss. (t'uztllc.
Chant's Caiiinit. An interesting sketch of the
lui'iid-crs i f Presideut Grant's cabinet will be found
en our fourth page. As t:ow coin; h-td, it will com-
! pare favorably with any cabinet the American Gov
eminent has ha 1 for many years. It is not unlikely
that Attorney-General Iloti; may 1-e nomiuatd soon
: to the vacant Kit on the Supreme Court Pencil, thus
relieving Ma.-sachu-ctts of the m irke-l inequality of
; having two mend ers in the cabinet.
J Fir.K. A small frame buil ling, near the free
i school, between King and tjucen streets, caught fire
j in tioine unknown way, and was consumed on Moii
; day last. The lire companies were promptly on the
ground, but owing to the progress .f the tire before
their arrival, c ul l do nothing to save the building.
i but were of service in protecting the neighboring
is one ef the lst
English ncw-p in-rs received here, and contains
brief the 1 iti
t ci lnmerci al, slopping, court, 1 iw.
patiiamt id-try, and gen. ral news, such as is s light
f.rly English m. rchanls ri-.-i. lent abroad. Its terms
are high, (r-1 I,) but in this respect it is like all the
Wttcr class e.f English publications.
71 A trash hmisc on the Kaalaea plantation in
K .lan, o ihu, was dis-overel on fire on Saturday
lt.-t, but promptly oxtii.guishc 1. It is supposed to
have livu the work f coolies, against whose evil de
signs !. much vigi". ii.ee cann -t be exercised.
A III lv. lT. Fvicvrns. Seventy yards wile by
y-it Is 1 . : . g contain one acre. Or this way '".
i feet wide I v l'.'S hi t long contain one acre.
I'katii or Tai l Mmm. :i S ifunl v hit. 1'ai i.
Finvi-i'ii MMM,Lbt .f the fon of the puinvr
Marin, tf he.ii t Iiea.-e, mi l v;i8 1 uriol on
5una.ty faiii the Catholic Chnrvh. with military
h-'tiiTS he h.iviiii Ikvii a luemher t f the llaw:iii.in
Calvary. Two i f his Lrethers', Krmk an l tioorire,
.1. t:. .-...r. ti..: f .M,..,. lL,n i-'t-t,-
cis.-o h- M:ir:!i, a Sj.aiihinl. caine to these itl-
an.N in lT.'l, inaniel :i native, nii'l ha l quite a
hir;-e family i f t hiMren, five sous an.l five thiu-jhters,
if e arc correct Iy iiifv.rmej. All the chiMr-ii are
i:ow ic. 1 1 hut lie laughter, the wife of Mr. Swan.
i:ovliiii in 'air"i.ruia. M iriu aid in If-CT, an J
uarii: the h lty-ix years that he livd heiv, was
one of the j'rin.'ipal actors in t!ie v.'iticai cha:i;Zc
t'i :f !.. !; iil ii-c. li.ii!n- len the i::t::nate eo;i:Tinni..n
1 1 KHim n t'.iicaa i::c i-i. in a i.i u a oi .warm Ji"-.
l.-i.el ly Mr. Viyi'.ie, lie .-ays: "In my own
oj'inii n. it may he fairly onestioiid if there existd
on these i.-lan-Is, or exi.-ts at j re-cnt, any man, to
whom the Hawaiian i-coi.le r.rc generally so m-xch in-
bull lin;j tsreupid as a sail-loft by Mr. Oat. Piveed
in,; thither to examine the cause, he fuuiul a heap of
rubbish an I straw all ablaze, which a few buckets i f
water cxtinizuishd. There was a j.ilc of empty
boxes) near the rubbish, anJ haj the fire been left
unobseivcJ a few minutes longer, or ha.l it ivcurrd
in the iiiht, it might have coiumuuieatd to the
buil litiji a.ijoining, an.l terminatd in a serious con
flagration. The tire probably originatd, as usual,
from carelessness with cigars or matches.
The Nkw Mimsth; to IIavti. Ieospeet,n the
ci-lore-l gentleman, who has received tlie appoint-
Im.Ilt t.f i s?. Minister KcsiJent to IIavti, a Thila-
tii- m i i" 1.
ilcli'hia pajer savs : Lbenezer L. l;issett, tue
1 ' - ,
s'lceessnw eoii.u.iate, lias wr jimis ivunreu-i
! uitli !. .,!. ,t-.sl l.irl, ,.l,.v..l in this pit v. nn.l is
i W;trm!v reoi.iuineiiJd by the National Committee of
Colotti 1 mill, by l"d. lKmgl iss, lieorge T. loruiiij
J. M. Laiigstoti, Jay Cooke and others."
Omnxv riox. It is expected that lev. rrank
Thompson w ill be installed as pastor of the First
j.-ort.,,n Church at Ililo U-morrow. Kev. lr. Lowell
. ,' , , , ,r , ,
y-Kinxv riox. It
' i o -j
ii! t,lC ccivniony, and each of the churches
Lcrc tvut U lces
j hi.iaJAXT Lam;i".v:k. As tlie Cin:clle has it, the
! tteamer A7,n,f.i " lavs " in the harbor. If she has
'eon "setting" so long, is it not time she brought
forth a golden egg, a " ring," or something else less
agn-eablc ? When the operation is through, will it
! hutch, &Joi uutrd h.iich or some novelty in
tllC hutch-ieuy i
Zjf' Smash growers will please make a note of
this item, and then go and raise larger ones if they
. Tii.. larp-si wan ix ftet l-ur li.eiaii in eircumfen-mv, nu.1
w. ;-h-.1 ..:.e liuu.lrc.1 uial liliy-iiiclil i-.un.ls. Tl.cy all grew
i ZD e observe this notice of the Ilawanans in
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an J.asitru excnaii'rc, which is correct :
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Sauilwieh Ilai!.!s nalivo :i..rs nmt l:i inissii.naries ill 111.'
it............. i i:..v 'i-i... n-i ..i. ..;.... r.- l... ....
.,u.,i;s. Wl, nm il.ny to this miiiilt- tlie name "Christian"
w liicli, were it nut civeu U. us, we sliouUl i 'nt.
The " SorTiirnx- Cross" may now
may now be seen any
clear evening, between tight and nine o'clock, due
south by the compass, and eight or ten degrees above
leTpn ier Correspondent.
Mb. Eihtou : I have been interested of late in
marking the attitude taken by the Government in its
weekly publications towards a class of persons known j
as newspaper correspondents. The following lan- !
gunge in last week's issue evidently refers to them :
c Tin se iKiiiU' ar. niovisl liy a nialieiaus ileriu-c t injure or
eiiiliarra-.s : nn.l in some i.i.y or two rumn liy a fancie-.t neeessi
ty f e.o-niii!; n l.-w .l.ltarh Ity a:in m..iis or S'-itK-ititial articles.
'1'ln ii.-t-.-rsily is fanei.'il nn.l not real, b.'.-.iuse if tlie name tmi
tiinl ie.-miil v w.-re L'iv.-n lo some li..n-st i-ni)i!'ivineiit, it woulil
w in ii. re money, ami nicuiy more lasting Ikii. fits with it."
The alxive exi'i-essions were perhaps not well
weighed by the writer before put on paper, but they
are evidently both insulting and slanderous.
The business mentioned is one called for by modern
civilization and newspaper enterprise, and i an hau
nt employment. I do not think that in any case
malice has anything to do with the matter, as far as
regards Honolulu. A man to be honest and true to
himself, must state tilings as he sees them, not as the
Government may choose to have pcep!e see them.
And if foreign newspapers wish to have men who see
things in a different light, that is their own business.
'c employmeiit ol corresponding witii lorcign papers
is certainly more ln.norai.le than that ot a Cabinet
-IiuMer who stoops to perambulate the streets in
, f . , . rereru "
01 " n,s iXU'1 MVVlli0 rcF
With reference to the " anonymous character cf
this and other matter that appears in the i-apcrs, it
;s to i,v coiisiderd that the impersonality of tiie press
is wo imi),rtilt to the cause of free discussion to be
piven np, or treatd as anything wrong. Especially
in a small community like this it is well to have some
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ideas put forth without their being hampered by all
""-"I" " "i" " "
S 'ould carry with it. X.
.i.,-. n n
Tlie Cabinet yesterday discussed the alleged out
rage bv the Spaniards upon American vessels.
Should "the alleged facts be continued, the President
will demand instant satisfaction and an humble
; apology. Oilier outrages committed by (Jen. Dulce
are also receiving attention
The Prar.ilinti Commissioner to Paraguay, had ar
rived at A.-uiicion and was endeavoring to bring
the war to a close, lb1 had made preparations lor
peace on the following condilions: The independ
ence of Paraguay to be unimpaired : free navigation
of the La Piata and Paraguay rivers lo be guaran
teed, and that Lopez renounce till claims on a por
tion of Gran Chaco, Toery and the province of
In the Senate the Chaplain prayed for t'.ie patriot
arms ot Cuba, that they might be strengthened and
the isles of the sea delivered from their oppression.
Loximix. April S. In the House of Commons this
evening, the Chancellor ol the Exchequer submitted
I tl... -mfni-tl l.ii.l.ri.t i vi.laiiai i.iu ot' Iho i-st imatos 1
made by his pi i !.,-. --oi in ola.-e, lie said they were
sovekty'-throo million pounds, while the receipts
weie but seventy-two millions and a hall, leaving a
dchii of half a million to be met this year.
Ni.w Y"KK. April 17. Intense excitement was
crea'.i d at tin l'i oi'.u Exchange to day by the
discovery of a defalcation of S l('.'i.(!00. The default
er is Peck, of trie lirm ol Parker V Peck, ot Prook-
lvn. Peek has di.-appealed. and it is reported tuat
he has sailed for Europe. It is said that some of j
the victimized firms have been obliged to suspend.
Gen. Sherman has published a letter in which he
says that about the time he was negotiating for the
surrender of Gen. Joe Johnston's forces in North
Carolina, hi 1M'.". there was a council of war held,
at which Lincoln. Grant. Sherman and Admiral
Porter w-re present : and that Lincoln then e.x
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pressed tlie wi-!i mat no more n:ooi migm ocsueu
his desire b.-irg the
irreuder and ilitieriou of
b.-l armies!. Sherman also declare? that it
was. in his ..pu.-.on. the hop.- ol Lincoln that I.iet li-
lliM.lge. I'avis. ami a.i me ci inn-i it juei.-.
might be ui lowed an Opening for escape.
Y.s;i,.;:o. Ami! P. The Chicago TV.
Special savs U
veiilv Julili-o'i :is;,s to be allowed
t.. i. :n tin till August, but his request will not be
giant. I. It is pn liabie '.hat the I luted .-tab-s
Gi.r-r:nni-:ii will allow I'.ii:i.-h Government
ma!.." tin- iu-.t advances far the s.-tt'ii'g of the .-l-'f-t,
i ...r dai'iss. The negotiations w ill be transferred
fr '.'l I.o;nl..n to Was!.:,T:g'.o:i.
N":.w Y..; Anril 1!'. The r-t'-l's New Orleans
il savs :i k i mi. 1 11. 1.- and well organized exp.
di'i-oi is preparing lor ( iiba. and there is no doubt t
that the movement is of a serious character. It is i
st i-.-.l that 'he command l as been tendered to the j
rebel I Jen. Harry llazeti. but if lie declines then :
;.-n. St.-o linaii will t.iol.abl v be the leader. (,.!-
lector Casey, who i- a brihe!--iri -law of President !
Grant, openly says he don't want to he.tr or know ;
anythii.g ab-'ui tu. exp-i tlitiosi. Th liJri.-t At tor- !
ii.-v appeal t. Washington tr ir.stnictiolis nnd re- j
eeives i 111 V V.l;
A lc'tor (Voii: JVivai.sii. t'.iiia. :ri:iosi:vis ti.' ;.--riv;il
.f lt:rce I'.vjHii;:;..::-; I'io:n 1'i li.ia. The voi
r.ntoors j i:.fil tin- atiit fore. s. w hk !i are increas
'. liaily. Sji.ii.isli tivoj'S Ulo Uoortiug ainl j;ii.hl
the ia; riots.
A Havana special a-uuniners ih.it tlu Ihitish
J I'l-i'.s'il I .is i.toici
' to-iiih-iu :us;. a ot
a ru-i'otic nr-oc.-t iijra!!;l Itie
briiT -.'.;; ..-. 7. 'I lie 11a-
a:;a '!is a.lvocau s ti e cxjii!;-kii of the Cuban
.Viiu i ie.uis.
Nmv Vol::.. April ID. The l.om'.on ',"..- thinhs
Molley ha been inslt ueteil to open n. otiat-ons Kir
anew ireaiy. ii.'i i:ni!ar incinles as the ht.
though ui.'cirivr in ir.iie'.iaei v. Tie iovi rnmeiit
is iv;iay : ui'. o .-.in :: a j-:e il fair eon-i.ieratim.
I.U iioe- n..t f. el hnwinl !o initiate t;e.-h neana
tie::s. The T'f.-s weit-.-mes io h-y as a man
having the co!i:"..Ienee of a nal'y j-oweria! executive.
Hil l l!ie li:. j'V.eriul J-.-.r",y in the I'r.ite.i S!.:l-s.
17. A lIcpnbli.M-i liieethijr m
Iv lienor. nce;l he r.cmmatioii
t cot;n: v r i
oi'den. l.un-! ; i-.-t as an tiuiice to tl
nn 1 erpli i! s t,j lval Teniles --ear.s.
Ki -present a: ive SlokeS :uh:lvM .1 tlie
ilay. A o,, a!, r portion o! his aneli.-noe were ne-
j;r. s. l!.e speech eonsisteil oi a viml. cation ol the
:uf..n of Con-ivss. h, reply : the us;ej:.uw by
Ai:.lrev Johnson, lie accuse 1 Johnson ! beil;
the cause of all the trcnbl-.-s ,.f Tcnnesste: ami
cause of all the trcnbl-.-s ,.f
said that he (Johnsonl bad prevailed upon Lincoln
t. except Tennessee from tlie emancipation procla
iiratien so tli.it Johnson might obtain all the credit.
He ib no-.meeil Johnson's statement of fact, and said
that he had betrayed every pally and everybody
who had trusted him.
TiiK Si-KiNU Ki.kitions. llhode Island has follow ¬
ed Connecticut in electing the Kepublicatt State
ticket : and "t. Louis followed Cincinnati in choos- i
ing l.'epiiblic.in municipal i Ilicers. Tliese and ;
otiier Jkcpubllcan successes at the spring t-n-ction.M
iii.iie.no the conli.leiice of the country in tiratu's
n.lmi'iistraiion. His practical sense, his otforts in
the direction of economy, are all in his favor.
MiMsrKi: to Ci'iw. Tlie Senate has confirmed
Wm. A. Howard as Minister to China, ri.'f J. Koss
I'.rowno. ?Ir. Howard is a native ut Vermont, a
man of liberal education, and about 50 years old.
lie represented Michigan in the Thirty-fourth.
Thirtylifih and Thirlysixth Congresses, ami in lstl
was appointed by iYesiuVnt Lincoln Postmaster at
Detroit. He has uhvays taken an active and ir.llu-i-ntial
pari in public affairs, and been a wnrni ad
vocate i.f liberal principles. Whether he has spe
cial qi'.aliiiealions for diplomacy we do not know.
The St. Haul 7Vcs. calls the Chicago Sorosis
Convention the CJratid Tournament ot the Knights
j of the darter."
Thirty old men, averaging seventy-four and a
half years of age. living in I'nity, N. II. , have
i lortnod a Pioneer Society.
j Hy a vote of 41 out ol frt. "r. Livingstone, the
; traveliT. was elcciod corresponding im-inber of the
: French Academy ol Science.
I An adroit Yankee swindler deluded the oon (on
of the Kiissian capital into the belit f that he was
, the veritable (leneral W. T. Sherman.
I An Australian horse recently rc.n ten miles in
; 23:o.. This is said to be the lastest time on record
for that distance.
i Mormon missionaries are zealously laboring in
W "Riar-u. ana Claim mat many lainines win
Win. II. Jlilbiirn, the celebrated blind preacher.
had an operation performed on his eyes, and it
s t0 be 6ccr,R!; ,
Tlie Chicago Lremmj 1 est, by vs
ay of announc
ing tlie pardon of lr. Mudd. iiiforms its readers
that " Anidd is clear.
Mrs. Deecher .Stowe's celebrated farm in Florida
is for sale. It is said to have proved anytLing but
Two New York mechanics have invented a " mo
nocycle a cne-wheeled velocipede which they
claim can be driven sixty miles an hour.
California-is have an economical way of petting to
the YVkite 1'ine mining regions in Nevada. They
enter the service of the Central Pacific, road, pet a
free ride to the end ot the Fine, and then etiike for
A bov in Michigan recently had his leg ampu
tated, and a lew days afterward said that the great
toe of the amputated limb was cramped, and that
it pained him. and insisted that his father should
di-dnter the amputated limb and straighten the toe.
To (piiet him. his wishes were complied with, and
he said ue was relieved from tlie pain.
1-'armors and dealers in vegetables will be grat
ified to learn that a Michigan cultivator has a potato
that conies to maturity filteen minutes en r.ier than
the famous Early liose potato! And cultivators
of moderate means will be refoiced to know that
they can purchase? it at the very moderate rate of
$''o per pound.
A well known New York banker recently effected
an insurance on his life. The policies are issued in
thirteen different companies, for the aggregate sum
of 2(10,9,10. Amount of yearly premium to be
paid for ten years is 3.!IG t. Ki. Total in ten years
SSU.U I l.r.O. This is believed to be the largest
transaction on record.
Tv.ilchell, of Philadelphia, sentenced to death
fur the murib-r of his mother-in-law, has made a
confession to Kev. Mr. Ih-'mgliurst. He declared
that on the night ol the murder his wife1 awoke
him. slating that she had killed her mother in a
fjuarrel. Itoth then went lo tlie room, where she
lay dead. They threw the body out of the window.
Call Pkclinko. Kev. A. Io Stone, the popular
pastor ot the First Congregational Church in San
i'ranci-co cily. received by telegraph, the other
day. a call to the pasturage of one of the inost in-
I lhiential Presbyterian Churches in Chicago. The
i cal1 w :is :l" ,,r, nt om'- aml- m Chicago fashion
of ,li. ectness. meant business, the salary being
j amo,i at S7 .HO'l. The peojile attached to the First
! Church w ill be lo know thai Dr. Stone preeuintori-
; ly iieciinca t:ie can. slating inaiiieuesireu to spend
j the remainder of his days in a laud which has al
ready become so dear to him.
Postm:sti:kss. Mrs. Mary J. Falls has boon ap
pointed and contirmed as Postmistress at Vallejo.
For small post-olliees women are lil ting appointees;
and we are glad to see that their right to hold
olhco is br ing recognized by the l-ederal Govern
ment. Py-anchby States, countries, cities and
towns will begin to com-ader their rights also.
The election of State odiccrs and members ef
the Legislature of Khode Island calk'd out quite a
light vote. Keturns from all the towns but one
pive Paddleford (Kep.) for Governor. 3.000 ma
jority. Tlie Senate will probably stand 27 Kepr.b
liear.s to C Democrats ; the House tl Kepublicans
to 11 Democrats.
The suit, of Sarah M. Keed vs. Win. S.Clark, in
San Fraucisco. fur an alleged breach of promise of
marriage, which has occupied the time of the Fif
teenth District Court during the greater portion of
the week, was terminated last evening by the jury
returnin? a verdict of SI 0.000 damages for Miss
Keed. The suit fas brought for SoO.OOO damages.
Important hif -million has been received con
cerning the movements of English capitalists and
shippers to offset the influence of the Pacific Kail-
road upon the linos of trade from Asia. An influ-
ential London Company has tin1 right of way
across Honduras', and designs constructing a rail
road connecting wish lines of English steamers
both on the Atlantic and the Pacific, by which thoy
hope to compete witii our Pacific Kailroads in car
rying heavy commodities.
A meeting of the Vigilance Committee of New
lorU was p.oi.i tne Cher mgm, when propositions j
were made to call out Ward organizations iiml i
march to the Tombs a'!! demand the surrender of i
41. nnr.l.r..r !?.:. 1 int.a tli.-ir liarids Aftor cforroir I
. II U.IO. It s 1. .-Ul 1 " '1 t-f ort.i. ill, ieil-'i. Wl HIT j
' Court, and keep a close watch oa the movements j
of politicians in this case. j
! Tin-: CoM'inKM'r: Max Stkvkvs. Captain Thomas !
', Stevens, the Australian confidence man. whose j
career in San Francisco and Sacramento has been !
i biielly sketched in the Union, ami who was lately
j brought from New York for trial, is now being ;
i tried in Rail Francisco for obtaining $000 of Mrs. !
' 1 U... . : . ....... ,.,.t.l nn.!f l.s. ..nllr.n ..C .1.,
Cynthia Genong. to pay her passage to Chicago, i
which payment he never made. lLere are other '
charges against him. j
Pkkskm's kx Koitk to Gkn-kuai. G it ant. A
quantity of Japanese articles, being presents for
His Exc'ller.cy President Grant, arrived by the I
steamship 'Ijf-it .';. .-7,;,; mi the 27th of March, j
ar.l have been forwarded overland to Washington. '
The presents ensist of a Japanese coat of mail, a i
d-zen Japanese silk robes, and a variety r.f crock- ;
cry war1 and lacqii.-red boxes. As the Constitution j
prohibits officers of this Kepublic from accepting I
presents from foreign princes or potentates, these :
articles will probably grace a show-case in the :
halls of the United States Patent Oiace, or be do- ;
natcd to some charity Fair.
t Tin" Wk-t Ivtei s. The Government has con
: chided to keep a force in the West Indies to pro- ;
' teet Americati citizens and property. Orders have ;
i be.-n despatched by the Navy Department to have :
i the war sieamers S-.n'ittiii !:hia. and .uia!n.
fi 1 1 out immediately for duty hi the Cuban waters, j
: These vessels carry twenty-four guns. It was i
intended to lit out several of the ironclads and
solid them to tie- ess India So.uadron, but tho j
President is. f.-artul of incurring too great expense, j
Several of these vessels will be in readiness, how- j
ever, to sail at short, notice, by direction of the
Pre-idenf. The Secretary of tho Navv has ordered
Admiral llo3". commanding the V.'e-t India Squad- !
ron. to make a thorough investigation of the cap- '
ture of the American brig Miry Lr'll by the!
Siiaiiish auth.. itii-s. and ! eonimunicate the facts t
t the licparlment immediately.
The TriM'" t ( iVali'i lias ariiveil at Cfin!anlinrt
I o. The Sultan re-( hetl l.ini with jrreal fjih loloCj
I: is an um'.enSuMe fact that the iiri.n. to
eeiher with ail the ronnO hiiices. are toii.g tut vl
I.a-lv I'lanhlir:. wriihur of the late Sir Jolnf
Frankiin. thy Arctic liseiveriT. h-lt Liverpool on
January Ittih. for Matl. ir. wLfre she int. n.li re-?-itliii"r
lor some i-i. 'iiths.
The contract f.-r carrying th- ia"l l.rtxeen
T.ivern'ol a'nl Nor York, hi- been wwari-i l
t:ie Onianl line by the r.rittsii i'o.-t Mkc iK-part-IlietlS.
Anr.il.cr Attempt to .issarina'c the Yicerr.T r-f
Fi-'ypt l.as b. . n" il:-v..v. rc,l m:.5 Iritstraieil. A
1 .a'ie.l boir.I was tVnnl linger hi? chair i:i tin
tiseatre. n:nl removetl lu'iore it exrie'le.l.
j Thet.ua! available military bur- of i'raiicois
i l.te"..(oo men. Her navv cou-isi.i cf i'.Ut ve-sels.
t.( which "'M re war :.teamer an.l ir.-nchnl.
i U'lor l.'iiann. l n.vs onlercii i:e e.Mn..w.un ai,
t 11. rcnlanenm to be roumed. These are .v
. t.,4i, ,5l Ul ut ivnnp. ii. belmr nia-b" h" oIer-
rouml jn l1:,r,j iava. xv!iit. tlie latl. r ure near tk
; Hrface. in nsh.-s ami earth.
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recently ia.il ? convi-rteu niaipractiuoner, ucscnorn
es .cd urig'.it. the burglar, would preacii ut
Watidsw orih, Assembly Koom. and Irtuk 3t i the
tliKirs ot lull irlth ; tosj-tl jntuuy.
Nkw I'kkks. Sir John Lawrence is to be called
to the peerage by the title of Lord Lawrence of
the Punjab and i f Gratoly, in the county of Hants.
The Kight Hon. Sir James Wilde is also about lu
be raised to the peerage.
A IliuMiMiii is M ixt i uTi ni: Ansco'n:i. George
llarrop (of the lirm ot llarrop A- Soinerville. iion
foiinders. Smethwiek ) Las absconded, having forged
accommodation bills to the extent, it is believed.
d 7.000'. or 8.000.'. upon the Midland liank at
Hirminghatn. lie is supposed to have gone to the
Messrs. Kentledge are said to have psid Lord
Lytton :i0.0()d for filteen years' copyright of his
works, and have just extended their privilege lor
six ami a half years longer.
The Manpiis of Ibite. the English inillioinaire,
has joined the Kouiau Catholic Church. His Lord
ship denied tt report to that effect a few months
ago but there is now no. doubt that he has beeu
admitted to the Koraish Church at Nice.
TtUMrx.vTiox k TiiK Civil Wak. A despatch
from Yokohama stales that the representatives of
the foreign Powers have formally announced the
termination of the civil war. and Lave withdrawn
their notification of neutrality.
A Nkw Syxauohi k ix Limmn. The foundation
stone of a synagogue haw levn laid by Uaron L.
de Kothschiid. The building is to Iron I Great
Portland and Charlotte streets, nud will cost about
2i.()0d.'. Mr. N. S. Joseph is tbe architect.
A Yr.i.oeirKin: Hack. A race with velocipede
took place in Claphaiti Park lately. The two onlo
were traversed in 10.1 minute-, and th.- hot mile,
w hich was a trifling descent, in 4 uuuutea and 4S
AllOUTIoX OF T11K SlWK TllAI.' IX THK PoRTf-
iiri.sK CoLoMt-.s. The Portuguoi? Government
has communicated to the Powers of Europe a de
termination to abolish completely th wlavw trade
in all Portuguese colonies.
There are a few winters on record, in France, in
which there was no snow or frost. In 17P2 the
birds hatched their young in February. There was
no winter weal her in 12.V.I. and in 1421 therkerrie
ripened dining April and the grapes dining Slay,
In Jan. L'ioS. flowers were in full bloom. The jears-1-.72,
1(107, 1(112. 1C17, lC.-.'J, lf.92, 1791, 1S07, &imI
1S22 were all phenomenally mild.
SaNoXIXARY CoXFLMT MCTWKKX Kl'SSIAX Sol.lMKRS
ami Sailoks. The Gazette tie St. l'lUrxbourj states
that a conflict has just taken place at Cronstadt
between the seamen and soldiers in that town ;
nearly 4.000 men took part in the fight, which
Resulted in six of the combatants being killed nnd
many others wounded. Several oflieors were ill
nsed in attempting to put a Mop to the disorder.
St tpkkssiox of Pt ni.ic Mkktixcis. Several pub
lic meetings in Paris have recently been dissolved,
by the authorities, owing, it is alleged, to the vio
lent language of the speakers. It is now announced
that three persons were arrested on March 24th,
charged with delivering seditious speeches at these
meetings. According to the 0jin'ion Xafiowile,
the arrests were made in consequence of the dis
covery of a " conspiracy against the Bufety of tho
In England and Ireland during the past year
83.000 persons took out licenses to sell spirit1 and
beer, while 50,000 others were licensed to retail
beer alone, cud nearly the whole for drinking uu
the premises. Here are 133.000 persons engaged
in selling strong drink, and official reports show
that, even outside the large cities of England, there
is a drinking house for every 250 of the population.
Tin-: Nkw Spanish Constiti tiox. The committee)
has laid before the Cortes the draft of the i 'onstitu
tion. It is stated that the bases of this Constitution
are a monarchical government, two chambers, a
senate, and a congress. The senators are to bo
elected by the provincial councils, four from each
province," for a term of thirteen years. The depu
ties are to be elected for thtee years by universal
suffrage. The king is to reign for life. A majority
of the committee are favorable to the separation of
Church and Slate. The minority propose that the
Koman Catholic religion shall be the Slate creed,
but with toleration for other professions. Liberty
of the press and the right of public meeting are to
be guaranteed. The Cortes have passed tho bill au
thorizing a conscription shortly.
IIevivalism. For a fortnight past revivalism has
been going on among the fishers of Aberdeen.
Numbers of strong men, young and old, have been
prostrated, and had declared they saw visions
they, meanwhile, crying out to the Lord to have
mercy npou them. Some have cried out that tbey
6ee departed relative's in heaven, and reply to the
beckonings of those reiaiires that they are coming.
Their eyes are fixed, their lips quiver, and they lie
on the ground, their limbs being quite rigid and
motionless. This is declared by the converted fish
ermen to be the genuine work of the spirit. The
work still continues. The fishermen went to sea the
first time for a fortnight on March 21. They have
not been eating or sleeping with regularity.
Lamautink's Fcxkiia:- Lainartine's funeral, it is
reported, took place with unusual marks of respect
for the deceased poet, historian and statesman.
Troops were under arms, and lined the sides of the
road to the church. The crowd in the church was
tremendous, notwithstanding the tickets of admis
sion that were required. The inhabitants and the
clergy of every village through which the proces
sion passed escorted the remains lo the limits. The
colli n was lowered into the vault built by Lamar
tinie. and was placed in a line with those of Lin
mother, wife, daughter and son. One thousand dol
lars was conuibuted by the town of Macon towards
defraying the expenses.
how Parks to Et p.oit:. It is an ill wind that
blows nobody any good, a.s we think somebody
has Paid before. And even a steamship race across
the ocean may be made conductive to the interests
of the people. It seems that the Cunarders, who
retain the nmil-carrying. though their ship lost in
the reci-nt race, have done a good thing to ' win
popularity."' as it is said. They have reduced
their fares ; and any one can now go to Europe as
a sto'rrage passenger for 30. nnd as a cabin ditto
for S80. which is about two-thirds only of the former
rates. Until very lately theCunard boats received
no s:rerago passengers, but the success of the CUtf
j,lt.;s lits s,irr,.,i them up to Pee dollars in
..r.(,i Irish, nen." or anv other man who 1ms
n"v tr v,
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Maynar.l Noyt-i' best Co !i.(t Iuk, iuarta an.l pints.
I: iiik of Is.n.lon k-!t Copying Ink, quarts and pints.
Arnol.J's Writin-? Fluid in quarcs anil pints, received ili-
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