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BY C. S. BARTOW.
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE
l. IIONOI.I I.I',
A T A I Terr ION!
s TIIK tiiKKKS OPTIIH KS-
T t E "f w r " "" oil -r f"r mi..- at
Saturday, the 20th day of April, 1867,
Or. the l'rnies, at 11 o'clock, noon,
I he Premiss on Alakea St.. Honolulu
A: present occupied I y SAMfkLC. A LLIN, Esq.,
,tn.l 'ivn lintf throoeh to Uiehards street. The L cuoinl
i t t(l u a1 r.r, an-l Las a ic"! aii1 suLjiauU!
Dwrllic; liaise an.l Oot-buililinzs tbrrron,
The whole forming desirable Luaily res.dcuce. TEKM3 AT
lr further particulars apply to
C. P.. BISHOP.
J. W. Al sri.v,
ULi 4t Asirfiie.s of tl.e Estate of Mal.er, A Urn Jc Co.
a s i i i x 12 1; s ' a r, i: .
m fr-ial of the Court House Ooor in Honolulu,
Saturday, the 20th Day of April, 1867,
At 14 O'clock, . M.,
Ail the riirht. title and interest whirl, the A-iicn-e nf Wlker.
Allm A Co.. bae. I') mtnrnt m morirf.iise deed or.giually fcieu
by p. L- ul.o, the
Onomea Sugar Plantation !
Wi;h a!l the .rperty eoor.ertel with aid helonfrir.g to the
Ft.tnlarion. an-l t-y .ti.l Wa.ser. Allen A: Co., assigned to
secure ther Mm of at-out sixty-! Hit- Th.HinnJ Dollars.
He? Ilm. futon e-.n-it of l ut .ixiO acr of land, rif
histt &oo r- are n planted with Cue, and He-cr p of
.- -' r I. ane no co the lan-l. Tlx; land is II watered ami
wril w -t. .1. The. I.as a fine water -power attached thereto,
and the Mul Buildings are within half a luile of tlic laiMliotf
Tik ar eu.
further puticabura apply to
. L. ArsTU, lli'.o, Hawaii.
J. W. AI STI,
f. K. MMI'P.
VA t Aairne of thf Ktnte of Walkrr, Alln Ac Co.
ON MONDAY, : : : : : APRIL 22d,
AT Tilt: VTOKK OP I-SVLVKSTKIt.
o.t rut: coR i:u.tjf t oRT axd mkrci.imt sts
At 10 O'clock. A. 51. , will be H
The Ealance of Stock on Hand,
W Kite i;.tm, D.-i.im. V. ick ami Biuir Brnail. IcHh.
Tr-l4, K-iiury WirU, ai.J ."-uut, LaJit-a' ijaiu-rs,
lului Ima Fatteirra, Jc, Ac
0u WEDNESDAY, - - - APRIL 21,
At ! O'clock, A. M-, at Sale K.ki,
Will be w I I : '
A (liner.:! Assortmrnt of Mrrchandhe ;
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c, &c.
I Piano Forte, 1 Hay Outtrr, antl Sun- '
dry other Article.
fa- ralif .rnla Tart V.ine and !rrrrii Oitr.
Tor Sale nt Auction,
0n9-s3vciith of Lihue PLantation.
VII.I. I!K SU.I AT ITBMCr;?
W ' ,-"t't" ,r"nl " t) Court liuaie. m (.-iy
0a Tuesday, th? 30th day of April next,
AT ti U'CUX K, MM)X.
Toe retire Iiterr t VAnz Hue IwJltlJrd STf0th
l'rt f J. S. V .'er a J S C. AIIco,
LIHUE SUGAR PLAKTATION,
6aa.tU.l lo lh liUtrict Puna, on tlx I--.la.ul of Kauai,
V;:U ti.e rljhl-t. j.rU-lUjr il.l.trtr..tn ri U, t.-
jfimr it'l'imj'ii'J. ifdii'i'ixj
ILL LlD, BHLI)J.n flUTS. !il'UM, CiTTLC,
An.l r.ther It- pUJ to the urn be.iy!n(f.
TIk ar In tint Plan-aM.i alwit 2.400 a.Te nf Utnd.owoeil .
ire t.- .n.p--. f.f which alot acrra are Catie Laml. an.1
al nt fr u lJj to 1' ai-r c-.in be cultivate.1 Mil irriL-atl
irf yrar. TnrrrirralM wat o.taw nrr-t of litl Wct1
an.1 I Cure U.n.1. T( ( the rirwnt yr I etiirwtrtl
at UTi t. "f ojr. bbl:.3 lhl tua le lr o 'aue cr.nd i.o
liana TV- neit rnp l.e off c.iit "I a'l-.at H acrra f
flwit I'iw an. I 1 Ml a.w Katt.w -n the plainatHin, ai..l
v-rr f piM,i Um an.1 M acrea f Utto-tia U. be Rroui..l
'''r're "place ia well furu:!.ej with Oxeu, C:ir. Tools.
Stock of Msrhcandise in the Store
Valutd nt aliow t .'.irflO. af
nbnt 50O bead.
F- further rarticitars iorjuire of P. ISKNBEIlG, tUl , at
lihue. cf the an.1- ri?tiol. '
TbllMS AT SALE. J- Al sTIN.
C. U. P.IsliOP.
A iee i.f l!ate of Walker. Allen Co.
L. L. TOKItFKT.
4000 HENRY RIFLE CARTRIDGES !
l1'; H1 U U TORBKRT.,
KOI 'till xVsiWloa ISOAalO.
Por as.lo Ty
CEOHCE c .
A UK.KAI ASSORT.MKXT OF
Redi70ol Lumber, Nortliwest Boards and
'Aoi.-'e.. ... S's.'i. lll'.uill. 1'n'n-ls. tt-r.
Fr Sal I., at nj 01f taud the Ksplaaarle.
Juat (1 j ..-nfil !
i: "v 'i-i-i-z
Ta dCliOH' IX t
At Mrs. BLACK'S,
HONOLULU FEMALE ACADEMY,
refills IXSTITCTIOV. XKAIl TIIK KA
1 v AlAUAO Clll HCII, inoW
Opeatil for ConrI(-rs& Day Scholars
iNrr.rcTi.x will ce given ix
Eath the Hawaiian and English Languages.
Every ait- ti..n will he .ai.l b the interfetnal colioreai-1
.l.oe-st.o cdusntioa of tlie F"l"S ao.1 eciai:y to their mal
T:itIS. per Vrtsr. I'isjisble Usarlrtlr I
F .r B-.ar I'rs at rhe Seh.d T..N-. . . . . . .
F .r lt.. lers at th Te-w-h-r Til'
; M taj
... .. lio oo
R'. L. ,oith. D. V. I R. K- Corwin.
Kc. S. C.
l un..n. I Kee. H. II. 1'araer.
1'reai.lent W. I. AU-.xilHler.
F firtVr I .f.r;at.oa ln.iairc at the Ir stitulion. of lir.
Lll.iH LH K. " 4t
ROUND RUBBER PACKING !
STKI F.XKIXKS, I. 1-2 ! 3-S
m mch; warr-ar.'"! ..f t-t i) uli!r
'. S ite at Half Price by
U L TOU BERT.
1 , C KXTS.
0 AM . rrKR THIS OITK. THK PRICE
Per Single Copy, or
M X 1IOI. I. A IS S A Y I! A IS .
H- n:. wiil only be re Tirol at 10 cent.
3m Msreh 2 IsoT
BY C. P. ADAMS.
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 23.
At 10 ..Yl'wlc, . r ., At ?:il.- K'"tn,
Variety of MereJinnilUPiV Stindrh s
Dry Goods, Clotfrng, Crockery,
It-t Kn..:i-t, l',- Kru.n anl l';i!, V. mi Pi.v lnt,
IVrtim.rv, !'i..wn ar.l Wi.itv ( ott.n Half Uu,
l'r:i.t, l.:n. n, l;..v..- h Ci'iir, CaJ. I'uUUicr, Tobacco,
I .Jl tr.il, Cru-li-.i rutar, ic , ic.
1 Superior Gentle Saddle Horse.
LARGE SALE OF
I.Ol'i:SIUI,! !Tt:.ITUKE !
UCSilJKMK ;F J. C. riLlGEi:, FQ.,
C'.rn-r i-f lu ititiii auJ AlatattrwU,
Will b..- S .IJ :
OX THURSDAY, APRIL 25th.
At 10 O'clock, A.M.,
All flic Furniture of'llie House,
Liraaii.jc I. m, linii: lt.n ami Chamber t'arnilure,
Cr ;krry V.'arr, iT War.-,
FUo your:, fr.ivmi ExunAfiyus,
due I. arpe Family t'arriasf Horse !
Aj1 n Y-trUftf 1 !!. hi, hi Ar'irlrx.
One Irirr I)uu;Ir lrr'w. if not lipid uf prior
ON SATURDAY, - - - - APRIL 27th,
A: li OVl.wk, M., at SaV IIm.io. will le ..l t
One Fire I'ttuinc in I'efict Order,
Bui't in t4 0 l'rai-;co. fr 'in 7 to 9 iiwh utruke, 0 inch cyliu.ler,
aith HOSE CARRIAGE cmplt-Ur.
OXK PI K K K SO INK. (Thayer, Boston, maker.) S
inch cylml-r, 16 in- li "itroke, ami n.ih ilight n-pair can be
ma.le p.l with HOSE CARRIAGE.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION !
By virtue i-f an onl-r f ale i'n.-d by the late H'.n.
O. M. K.iHi rts.ix, Kirt As.riiite Justice ol th. Supreme
to J. KAIIAI. A.ln.iii.?:ra..r l the Kstate of
A AILIhOI.E (), hk of li.ivi!ui-i, iRceah'il,
I will OJrr l r S;:lf at l'uklir A at t ion !
At the Curt II. u.-c I'.-r. in ll ji.olulil.
On TUESDAY, the COth day of April!
At 12 0V-! ck, M.,
0.E HALF OF ThF. AIIUTUAA OF
2SL CX X X 13. 13. TJL !
titu.il.-! iii llamakua. Iil.uul nf Ilrtwaii.
V V. AIM Mi". Auctioneer.
REAL, ESTATE AT AUCTION.
y. II V OItli: K W. II. RKKI). R.q..
A.luiii.ilr.it..r of th rtat.- nf A. PA IE, 1 anl
a i Oil- r lr talu
AT A.V L'lVSKT I'RICK V IOO FOR COS T.
In front of the C'ollrcior's Otlire in Ililo,
On Saturday, the lltli day of May!
At 10 ti'cl .-k, A. U
A Certain Tract of Land Situated in
Ciw-tiT'jr "f I2 AC It KM. miTv or leas, U-loiigiD(t
to the Kttaie of U. I'aria
or irrticol tra a;. ply to W. II. UKKK, II:I.
507 t J. H. t'M;Y. Ao.-tir-neer.
The Lands of Kahuku and Keana
KDOl. t I I.O A. OA III'.
For Sale at Auction.
fltlli: KXKCi'TOKS F TIIK WIM.OF
K K. C. W LLIK aill O- r f.-sal.a( PL BLIC ALCf ION,
On Wednesday, the 8th day of May, 1867,
AT 11 iCl'Lot K. NOON,
la front of the Court House d.- r, in Honolulu,
The Land of Kahuku. turlaibln I.20G arres,
The Land ef Leana, f i.cl fining 1,.00 arrrs.
Silrute.1 in K'-rlnaloa. IsUn.l of Oahu,
Lately II ro.i-rtjr of Cl.arle O. lio.kms, Kmj.
Abo, 3;y Head of Cattle,
2 ore-rior Hull of fine l.r-ed. 1 y .ke i.f Oxen, 1,073 Sheep and
15 llanis 4 auovrior brec.l.
A Ture of L.uid, sl.uatcd in Laic,
K'M.h.ul'ta. coo-if in; of acres,
An.l adjoiu'.i-e lli li"l Main. khaoa. Thi-.e lamia are wll
suitel lor ""' ai-d are : m- iii the l-e-l on the Island for
tbat .ar-e The 'atll nri 1 sl.e are ill (f.w.1 C'.lid.tlou.
Fur lurthrr i..rtiruUi aM'ly to
J. W. AI STIN,
V. K. I.lsllol',
S. N. CASTLK.
Q.l..rum i.ftlie Kv-eul- rs . f Ihe t ill .t It. C. Wyllie.
Mr s . ... moj ni...-.
Mahiekah ilia. OahU-
The Eiawaiian leniuer
" JSL IE X "O" 313 .ZL. ,
117 Toiih i:rKircr,
IN GOOD OUDKK. A Nl KKAUY Foil SKA,
Is now Offered For Sale 0:1 Reasonable
If applied Cr lN-r..rw the l.h .1 y of May next, on which date
,ro will le with.l.-awn from the inler-i-ian-l roul.s.
F.-r furth.r i..irticul..rs a. ly to
J07 41 II. 1IVCKH.I I k Co., Agents.
.s. 3-4 11 V 1-2. 3-4 ItV 3-8.
1 - !JV
1 m tot
C. P.UKWKH CO.
TO PLANTERS AND SUGAR EOILERS.
SACCH A KK.M KTKKS. M ICKOSCOPKS,
MET At. THERMOMETERS, FEET EOXG.
2o0 IKO.V COOLERS, 7 fit y i feet.
l.OUIUAXA CA ME KMI'ES.
tot 2m F. r Sale by C. E HEWER Co.
BlIiRKLS ROSKMIALK ('KM EXT.
RAKRZl.S TOUT.AMJ f EMEXT.
SKI 2m Fcrtaleby C. ItltKWEK ir Co.
Ex HILTON BADGER.
i ;n hoards, i inciu
PI. AX El IIOARIKS.X inch.
TOXGVE1) JXD GROOVED SIDIXG, 1 inch;
l.OXG SIDIXG, i inch; 6 FOOT PICKETS.
yr. lm F. r Sale y L. L. ToRHERT.
For Toilet Purposes. &c.
TTTIIAM'S KXflXE PRKIMRATIOXS
lJ tor sale by ihe I n.l.rrn!0--I.
t'l.ham's Hair bs or Curln p tbii t.
I i.h.io's Freckle lan and l'iui le Rani-her inf.illiMe,
1 piiaio's I'-pil t rr Powder, r- ni'-t' s .:(-rr!. us hsir in
tire minute, after ll sc.l'eali..n wilhout injarv to ll.e skin.
I'phani's Maracheila. ..r .rni.tit;S ther .Will of the bearj
I' l halo's Or. M:nnt T.se.ha. he Cure, warranted to cure
the wor.l ea-e of t'l-tl a. h- in or.e tninilte.
Ja.anee Ha.r Main, only one preparation.
c Ac. c. "
C. F. I'FLl 'iElt, Aent.
F .rt .-tree!, b-tsr'en Kinr and Merchant t., Honolulu.
OrtlrTs from Ihe utlier inland promptly attfndnl tu.
WIIF.HE.1S. TIIF rXDERSIBXEO
fjh Uiahl fran th- Administrators ol thj Estate ol L.
' f "- the f i:-.ii C luls. 't
KKvUIIEWA. -n K"hsli I'istrrt. formerly be:on?inB ta M.
I Kesau-ie I.i. a 1 I'I l I. PA, in K-l. iia Ioatnct. f. nu-rly t
1 o.-in : t- M !iJs.iu n l.i.
All p-ir-i.-s ar- I, -rerr f-.n srsrn. I 'r- m tr .w":n; orsm tha
i! - ii II ..... po, hohala. Hawaii.
is. O. U A I A & .SO IV,
! Have Just Receivsc,
DR Y GOODS, tc
I : W I'fhXT SKI ItT,
I ii.ik.-S5 1 r-t.i.
1;I--im-i.. I a... I I t,' .t i -M ii. tj i..:itify;
ll..-art,r.l i.t: n '. ui..i 11.1-h.-5;
larai-bml L n. i. M.t-r tn.tr. 7 J Mm;
1:1. utl.vil C:i;. t .. I.!-.-;, a .1 C -tt-i:,
1-u.r an.i Muin 1 ;ir: .ii.-.
Tine 1'ancy Prints, Tink Prints,
l'i t',,1 ..,..,.. V' i-.'. v .'. .v,
Iil FF, l'l.NK, ULI K AS D ;:.!.K ( Ii AMIillAYS,
i uchia tub, a3-.rti! ci.-is;
; I'.lack Bjtubjzin., li'.ack Alpaca,
I l.lack rr.- ;
10- Wool Shiwl,.
k, tU l)U I'.tlti,
; infs J'ia: l Sl.anU.
j Back Cra -c. Water Yrmt Tweols,
ttriit's Liutrn II- ? -tn Sl.irt,
j i til' I'.-.'u'.ta Sl.irts.
' Hlur and curlr-t Jr Unn.-I.
' !"ax.my U lnii! tl.iim-1, I'ar.rry Linn lrill,
i lirv..-:i, Criii.s..n ati.l rrlc-t Wool liniusa,
) Wi.lr M. rU!( Lacr,
' S.k Cravat?. M..hair l.rai-1.
liciit's Itu.-K Ui l iii H'-ov-,
Lailirs' Uu.k K.diti.' (JUivej.
Ocut'e Br-iwn Colt, n J hose. atl.;
H 'v'- limwn Cuiluu i luotr, aiistj.;
LaJicn' an l Mi White C rft'.n Il.e.
) CuttoD ai.rl silk I iuir.rll. Oil- J irilk.
Men'. Karw-y Wor.l Shin.
Lace Veils. L .ve Veil,
j Knaii.trltril Imek. b.'t quality.
r'iure.1 KnamelpJ Duck, for tnl-le cort-rs, Ac, 4c iS.S 3t
j. o. mi
W. B. HlSM i'K.
ll. C. .-MIIU.
IJANSCOM & Co.,
yIbi:i li on IVorSiiM!
j Southeast corner Fremont and Tehama Street,
Practical Machinists and Iron Founders,
Quartz Mill Mat hi airy of all kiuds, San Mi IN,
bl .MUU'S l ul'KO'. Kl SFI.F ADJI STIVC I'lSTOX
Now ao esteniiivriy u'il in the Knat an.l in jtate. Ke- i Work of Southern re-organizatimi the 1-eU'l-ilisalililig
(piira no vprinir-i or ntwi; i always vteam-tittht; without ; section of the ei.listitut lolial ailieiidment is applied,
excewive fricti.m, ami never seta !.lack or le:.ky. ; Third The bill j.iovides that when any one of the
IIANSCOM'S CUI'MIKIl. ' ten States concerned shall hrtve framed a State Con-
The but of the Mini now in n-e in this Slate or anywhere else. I stitution, on the terms laid down, and shall h-tve
AMALGAM ITOKS AND CONCKXTRATonS ratilicl the eonstitutinnal amendment, and when this
Of all kinds furnishe.1 toOnler. j amendment shall have been proclaimed part of the
. . . ... .... . : Federal Constitution, such State shall be eligible for
Tyler s Improve. t ater A heel, ; admission into full communion in the gen.-Tal Gov-
fiivina jrr-tit.r pnw. r, at lowrr cr.st than any wh.t-1 In uee. onimeiit, all these local piiKwlinrrs, meantime, le
SimI f..r one if our cir.'ii'arH, civui-j full tHbi.n. . . . ,
All Wheels w..,rant -.1 to Kive the K.wer as act forth, or the '"S s,ll,Jw' " the approval of ( ..tigress.
S..le Makers rv.r this ('oaM of the
PKNIKi;ti AST WHITE litN STAMl SIIOKS and IiIKS."
None f;t-riu:iie uiiU-'iir.l.taim 1 fr m us. Kverv one wnrrnnte.1.
1-al. i.t -I .Ma. hio ry ..f all kin.ls will be fun.i-h.-.l t v us at
tnirkt Pri.-.-. I'..rtirul.ir all.i.ti
n p.ren to draainiis a.-Hl
a ill be made to order. The
aperilic-alioii?. .if n.ftch.ii-ry. atrch a'
p:.tronage of th imbhc is reMprcUul.y a.iiicit.-.i.
GERMAN BOARDING HOUSE
Coitiioiolitnia Coffee S.'sloon,
33y OVEi-iss. SXISTG-Isn,
X V V A X V ST K K F.T.
IT BUAKD PKll WKKK, $5. 508 3m
ARI 1'IXK HCADINU,
IIAK0 PINK PLANK,
It an.1 11 Inch.
1 1 inch TAG.
11 inch surfaced.
2 inch prooved.
IIAkf) PINK FIOltINO,
HAitD pink f looking,
iimti pink t'r.cK plank.
For Sale by
5 'A n,n
I.. I.. TORKRR.T.
UiTff ef !!. L. .V.N ( ociu-.ivsnnrr and Consul Onoral,
HosoLctf, A.ril 5, 1S67.
S T II Kit K ARK AT TIIK I'RKSRXT
time many er.se. f.f ,!i.rs nniorie..t .Kir countrymen here
resident, and as the Funds of tf.e S-M-ii-iy are at a low ebb. I
ber-he riuet all those MeniU-ra of the St. GKOKGK'j ItK.V- i
tcin v. i,o have not yet paid up their sub-
tb-vear endin-Af.rd 2'1, ISo, to remit the same
iioitN. the Trea-.ur.-r.
b. Mr. CLKOIIOliN
MMKS II AY WOKEIIOtrSK
II. It. M.'i Conim iiioin-r arnl Cnnsul tieneral, PresiJent.
Vimloiv ilnss iov Sale.
4 I.I. SIZKX-KKOM IxU TO 30x40 AT
9 the Very lowest figure, be the box or smile liirht
M 6ai L. L. TOltr.LUT.
R. TllflMtS CROSS IS MY ACTIIOR
1 ized ajr. nl during my absence from this ki 'ir.lom.
io 3t K. NEWCOMU.
' J CvSa.
IT IS .MV
IXTKXTIOX TO LF..IVK
Hint'dom in the lt. C. MlllllA. I lierehy call
uiwin all oersons to whom I am iivb -bled to t-resent their claims, i
and all p..-rs.ais owing me to M-lile forthwith.
fC-i if Z. A. COTTON.
FOR S t I.F
REULCAlJ TRUES Uf
B0LLKS ti Co.
Il IMI R AO.VI I" I I.T E 11 S TO
E attach to Valley Water Cocks,
For s.ile by
C. ilithWKH CO.
A X ASSORT.MEXT OK I1KST I'ATTKRXS
Cooking Stove, for Families.
C-roplete with War-. 5r.S Cm C. P.ltKWEK k CO.
.v.PRESS U IOOXS.
M-A Li-j!.: lln-in-ss Wagohs, Concord Wagon,
lleaey Batcher Wai'-'iis.
5o3 in For Sale by C. I1RKWEH i Co.
eTXJST RECEIVED !
1' 1 It .
R. W. "WOOD, rROlM EUROPE,
A S D . . .
SYREN, FROH THE UNITED STATES,
A X l
Toilet Articles 2
Jn Gnat Yar'utij,
asu proct bfd rBO'i Tim vf r y REST N ASiFACTOBite.
All uf whirh are now OUYrrd to the Poblir. j
The Follouiny art a few of the mnny Articles j
Seidleitz Powder, snre-nor; '
Toilet I'. w i.r. fii.e; Epom Salt, in ih sesi j
Fren-b t -p-uvs
sjmigesof all kinds.
Henry's Liiroes:. '
tarsal nrilla, !
Iiroiieiii.1 Tr.srhes, :
s w llni c svrup.
Medicinal Hui.l Evtrar'.s,
liarn..-m oi:, Csl..li-.n.
Th.na Ex r..ct. Crafei. boric Medi.inss,
t.raf.jioer Eve L. i-'ii.
In-n- h KheuniHitc Remedy,
Nipht Lights. Nurr.ni; Il-.ltles.
Ciira'.e of M u'ihm.i. s. jp. :..,.i Coloane,
Superior Trus.-s, Fl- Powder,
Hair Prusties an.l Tooth powder,
Aiii.rtcl T-ilh l'o-J..-rs,
lieiizne. (or cleaning; dresses, etc.
Hamburg Tea. etc., etc.
a r V K Ii V I O v
iiy e. Hoffmann.
ATWOOD'S QUININE TONIC BITTERS !
The S-nt Aromatic T- ni- Ever i.'T-re,l to the Public. And
recvnimen.lcd l y the M-rdica.' Faculty for its
Dr. S. P. Ford's Celebrated flllllCTIC PILLS!
Made According to his Formula.
SCC'AR COATED 111. L.S.
COSTAR'S RAT POISON !
New from :!or Mur. af.iclurer.
u4 2m ED. HOFFMANN
Cuiiiiiierriiii Ad miser,
SATl'HDAV, .4 77.77.
lU'coimtrticI Ion In t lio l"nil l
AlttT ei .-i;il :n. llivttail nit-Mji!.- r . '.rin
a'hilli tin- r.-f-t .llttl'.Il if tin" J'.liLi.-.l! ,-.;IUl- tt'
, tlio S.utlii-ni .Sinti, mi-iitlv in r. ln-Hi.ni air.iii:-t
tiie autii'irity f t!:f ii.-ntl ; w nm.-iir, (.'.n
trros. has at IfUirtli, In i. iiii 1.-.iii-J;.-. a-! .j ti .l a
Ki'i'osi.-triatinit Jii'l." !;i.-li nj j-;:is tn haw
W.-ii fan-fully un-l wi-fly lir.ifu!. aii.I if i-.trrii-l
into t-ftift as it is likely to !, in ho of t!i.
Pn-si'l.-nt"s oj.jMisiti.in will i-ver.ttially ttiuri- to
j the Southern .States t!iL-ir f .rl.-it-J iiii.in and
l ights un I.t the Union. The l'roith nt wit'.i
' ht-M his nsxt-nt, but the luuii-ul jirty in I'uii-
r-ss was ."irorig enough to j ass it over his wto
' by the reju;.-ito tw- -t!iir.ls wte. In this course
they were f-ustained liy the bci.timeiit of almost
the entire North and Wot. The States which
have won the victory in tiie late contest are fnllv
determined tlu:t if the Snith the eunijiiere.1 but
still reW-l'.ious States of the si-c-allel " (.'onfed
eracy " imit back, it must be on einli terms as
: will eflcetually and -forever ire out the recurrence
of any future devastating and sectional war.
The bill, as finally adopted by both Mouses,
j First For the division of the ten Southern States
into five military districts, each to ie under the coin
i m:i!id of mi ariiiy (.ienerjil appointed ly the lVoideiit,
' and fur the establishment of martial law in the said
j Second For the re-ornuutioii of tlie St-ttes i-..n-
!........ i :.. i ..
, ...iii.., ii. .tui.ni . nt-.. stciii oi r.uill..'. lljioll
which State Conventions tire to le elected to ln.-ike
! new State Constitutions, and State Legislatures, .Vc,
siiojevt to the ajij.nival of Ct ingress. Universal male
sutlr.ifre, whites and M:u-ks, is the svstcm ndopttsl,
I excepting such persons as have leen guilty of treason
or rvKielliiiii, after having taken art official oath in
. any capacity to supt-ort the Constitution of the
, L'nite.1 States. In other words, in this invliiiiinary
The bill further j.mviJes that until the 1 K-al
, -ivil goveriiinent;-! of the several States concerned
hliail be roo.gniml and accepted by Congress,
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' " "'' " " "" - V"'-
eluding President Johnson's .Sta to establishments)
, ano sui.jivr. to me will ol l.iingie.-(J.
The foregoing arc ciiWtantiall y the main fea
j tures of this reconstruction measure, niid it is
quite apjuirent that the North w ill not oiler or
accept anything of a milder or mure conciliatory
nature. If tlie South will adopt it as it is oll'cr-
od, and honestly adhere to and carry out its pro- j
! visions', they may soon lo readmitted t.j their
I representation at Washington and to a voice in
the (Jovernnicnt, and iiiice more or it might
I iiiorc jirojiirly lis siid, lor tlie first time fairly
j einb.uk on the full tide of American national
j jirosjrtM-ity. The only motto ir thoin to adopt
j now, in older to retrieve jutst losses, is the pro-
gressive, jHr.u-ofuI motto of the age " Manhoo.1
i fiill'i-.ige and cijual rights for all."
! If, however, the Southern States continue sul
' lenly to refill t.!u? terms of reconciliation thus
! offered, then they will inevitably continue in their
! present humiliating condition of a eonijuered and
! disfranchised people, and neither Ir. Johnson,
! their pilitii-.il leaders, imr the Supreme Court,
; can re-store to thein the rights which they f r
i feited under the Constitution they foreswore.
In any case, it will reijuire years of oaeoful
j intercourse, and the exerei. e of mutual firhear-
j niice lictweeii the oople of the two (sections, le-
! fe.re the feelings of liittenu-ss can lie forgotten,
! and a hearty pentiment of fraternity, pride of
j country, and pride in a common ancestry can be
aroused. The wounds inflicted Jy each on the
other have Leon too deep to quickly heal. IVr
i Imp, however, the negro, who, after nil, war the
i inspiring cause of the war, may, under Provi
; deuce, eventually prove an active agent, now that
! lie is free, of causing the hatchet to Te buried,
! and of restorin'' lvaee, rood will and fraternity
j Let wren the North and the South. Having Leon
most emphatically the Lane of American jmlities,
,), ,..; ,.,,., . : .-.wiwtl.L. .v.i.lli..! '
..-o. ""I" ' '
mav now in turn heeome the antidote.
" Here is Homething in ix.int. ly recent tele-
! grnphie news from the South, jrticularly in two
i of the most hit tori v rebellious and fire-eating of
the States South Carolina and (.ieorgia some of
! the leading politicians have been holding nieet
i ings to discuss public affairs, in which the late
j slave.-, now freediuen, took jirt with the whites.
There may be, and no doubt is, a good deal of
jailiey in this, with the view tr (secure the f'reed-
i men's votes, but it certainly indicate.' a great
change in Southern (sentiment when men, who
j have held and still hold high places in jMilities,
i can so far swallow pride and prejudice as to take
j the black man by the hand, like any other " man
j and brother;" truly, the lim and lamb are
j lying down together. When such things as these
occur at Columbia and Savannah, we may fairly
, say that there is yet hojc for the return ol'Smth
I cm prosperity, and that it will be of a degree far
! in advance of anything yet known in trait hither-
t unfortunately niismanaeel section,
i Then indeed will the United States, free from
Maine to Texas and from the Atlantic to the
Pacific, become the great, jaiwerful, proejicroiis
and enlightened nation that liod and nature has
marked out for its destinv.
' Official Notifications. For the information of
: those f our readers who do not take the srevemment
Gazelle, for the reason that they decline to patronize ! m establinliol his office as Surgeon. This gentle
i a ministerial speculation that interferes with private ; man comcs iu,".,ns US w,th. a hh rTut-lt!on Lis
I enterprise, we shall hereafter each week compile a
: summary of the official and le.il notices which are
puLlishe-l in the organ. In Wednesday's pair we
find the following:
Stephen H. Phillips is rippoiute.1 a member of the
K-iard of Immigration, ad interim.
J. Mott Smith is appointed as a member of the
I'ard of Llucation, ad interim.
r t j Sttiitb. as pilot for th port of Hono-
lulu, vice Caj.t. Rerrill, resigned. (Under date, 10th
pilP Clhvtor General notifies that 44 From and
j after the first of June, 1807, it will be required that
j all invoices of 44 Return Goods, Empty Bags, c,"
iiitendcl to 1 entered free, must 1 accompanied by
the Hawaiian Consul's, of port of shipment, certiti
' cate, that they are the same goesls and in original
j packages as shipi-ed from this jsirt.
J The 15oard of Kdueation advertises for an 44 Assiat-
ant Matron" for the l'.clbrmatory School at Kapa-
lama, aj plications to lie made to Mr. W. J. Smith, j
Secretary of the Hoard,
j The following legal notlcts appear: Mrs. S. S.
KoWrtson and J. W. Austin, Executors i.f the Will
; of the late George M. Robertson, notify all persons
having claims on the estate, and all indebted, to set
tle with J. W. Austin pplio-ition has been
; made to R. A. Lyman, Circuit Judge at Hilo, by W.
H. Heed, for the appointment of an administrator on
: the estate of C. Beaky, deceased, to fe heard May
i 1st. . . . T. ,W. Everett has leen appointed aJ
) miiiistrator on the estate of G. W. Walker, of Maka-
wao. Maui, an l gives the usual notice to debtors and
c red' tors of the
e said estate. . . . The creditor" of
. bank nipt, are notified that the elec-
Myron J. Roe.
ti.n for assignee's of said estate will 1-e hel l at the
otin-e of the Cierk of the Supreme Court, on jthe i!"rh
iu;t., at V2 o'clock m.
! xitks F Tin: u t i:k.
! Mimical Conci.kt. ilu Th'iis-lty t-veiiing, as
j aniK'UiK-el, ct'.nie t3" the Conceit at the Fort Street
Chuivh. A s'.i-ht shower :iK ut sundown danijwio.l
tiie l:ojos of a pl in:tny a to the pn-sptvts of a
1 .irge h-.use, but, the wether clearing up. at e'ght
oY!..k a very f ui'. ar. I c.-rtaiiily an apprwiative
au-Iicmc were found assetuMel. Tlie stage wn
neatly an.l nj'proj ri-.itely de-raicd with n wet. an 1
to liuviiiin flags Ht the sides serve-las screens,
coti, c il:i!g !ic jaft formers l-tw.-.-ii the picos. It is
a ditlicult and delicate task, that of U.e musical critic,
and we attempt it with diffidence. In the first place,
tiie Concert as a whole was good, the pieces well
i selected and Weil sung: rarely invlee.1 have we heard
'letter liiu.-ie in Honolulu, even under the skillful
1 direction of 1'ivf. Iia!ochcr and other professionals,
who.-e pciforiuaiicos will long remom'-cve-l. The
, choir of the F. rt Snxvt Cluuvh and the friends who
; assisted them, deserve all praise for their very credit
able perf..rniaTsce, er-jH-cialiy when we consider that
they were all amateurs, and had no director except
one from among themselves the leader of the clu ir
and have been in rehearsal less than one month.
We could have wished that the programme had em
braced a larger variety of the simple and more popu
I lar class of songs and glees, like " Wake, Nieode
j mus !' sung by the gentlemen, and even a comic
1 piece or two would have been acceptable. The popu
! l:.r ear more readily aj'preciates fauiiliar music, Well
' executed, exhibit the skill of the performers, as no
, other music can, yet nothing touches the popular
, heart so quickly or creates greater pleasure than
songs and ballads.
The duett from " Lucretia Ior-jia " was mo.st ex-
ouisitely render,! by Miss Mary Cook, soprano, ami
Mr. leiiard, tenor, and we venture to say that lor
purity and richness of tone, and delicacy of execu
tion it would fie difficult to surpass it iu any of the
! larger cities of the world. This may be considered
ns lavish praise, but our criterion is what pleases the
! most. The " Pirates Chorus " from the " I'nchan
tress," lieing a Solo for soprano and an accompani
ment of male voices, in which the well-known air
" Ever le Happy " occurs, we consider the best sung
chorus, and the (juartette, I waited for the Lord,"
by Mendlessohn, the l-st Quartette. Miss Holden,
' with her rich nlto voice, Vang with great effect a de
scriptive ballad by Uussc!, 44 The Gambler's Wife,"
and with Mr. Fenard tlie Duett, 44 Suaset," which
Mdiuc. Uishop and Mr. Lascelles made so popular in :
. Honolulu a j-ear ago. Prof. Preacher kindly lent
his assistance, and delighted the audience with
the very beautiful 44 Serenade " and 44 Ave Maria,"
; by S.-huln-i-t, on the clarionette, which wnc one of the
gems of the evening. Miss Theodora Paty, one of
! his pupils, accompanied him, very appropriately on
: the piano. M'ss Cooke's, iscena and Prayer from
.the German Opera, 44 Per Freischutz," was, per
: haps, the finest piece of the evening. It is very
' ditlieult music, so says Dr. Hoffmann, who ac.com-
' ieYToo.1 lioi on tlio Tt'iim nnil oil.rht tn Iriioie Lilt
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licu r w.l.-A vna ttillv n..nnl it Hurl tlioiirpl.
, (.train on her voice was great, she answered to
; the encore of the audience by singing a verse of
" umi oi licauiv. i
i tie e.-iuiiot s i sre 1 1 v mi inc oie-ees. mr outMiace is
l.-. :r. - . l - - ' , . e
, limited, but must mention the finale, which was the
very inipular 44 Soldier's Chorus" from 44 Faust;" it
j only needed the accompaniment of a brass band and
s.;enic preparations to carry us back to the Opera
Houses of the Last.
We learn that the gross proceeds of the Concert
were almut $-305, and speak for the public when we
hope that the second concert for the organ fund will
not be postponed later than June, on which occasion
we promise a larger attendance and greater profits.
The Sithk.mk CofRT was iu session the first three :
days of this week, In Bunco, to hear arguments of;
Counsel in several cases Wore the Court. On Mon-
day the case of Emmes vt Co., rs. Schooner Marilda,
an account for repairs, was argued and submitted.
In the case of 11. E. Wakeman vs. Queen Knlama, a
motion for a new trial on the ground of error was
(submit tel. On Wednesday, Mr. Henry Thompson, '
counsel for the man who stands convicted of rape, :
made a learned and ingenious argument in arrest of
judgment, the principal point urged lieing that the
indicmeiit was defective, inasmuch as it was indefi
nite in not charging that the female was either '
over or under ten years of age, the Statute making a '
distinction. Tlie Attorney General replied on the
part of the Crown, and the Court, having taken the
motion under advisement, adjourned over until Mon- i
Skrvkii him Rir.iiT. Last Wednesday some of the
fault 1.0V4. 111 aeiircli of n riinawav Railor. enmo nr.m
. j .
i..t., 1 ... r tt ... ,
u ni.iii .,o oe.o.i-e,. .0 w.e- .w.ie. .em. ..ospua., an-t
' in spite of his assertions to that c fleet, seized and
; overpowered him and dragged him down to the
wharf. On the w i.v down, proving to lie rather re-
! fractory, one of the natives struck him a severe blow
j in the face. On getting to the wharf they found out
! that they had got the wrong man, and let him go,
, w Hereupon Jack, singling out me ieuow who 11101 this sapient critic with twenty-four years' resilience j to women, is 1101. u euai nv, Bnu uas a-creeu
struck him when he was iKiwerlefcs to resist, with two ' ;n Honolu'a I tlml T! '-'a' l'nnein J,a.c4,so.11 for lh"t Pur-
A, i "onoiu.u. pose shall be divided among his heirs.
, or three well directed blows paid him back with in- To Le.'ul) Mr. must assuredly have been star- j It i3 8;l;,i t,at the Prince of Wales, the Duke
; terest. The native was arrestcl and held to an- j gazing, and paid no attention to sublunary affairs : of Edinburgh, the Duke of Cambridge, Lord Stan
swer the charge of assault, but the sailor, with char- ! Jur,,,., that lono- period of twentv'-four years' resi- b-y. and all the members or the English Corainis-
. . .. ... r , . . .... , , , : 0 . , , , ' sion. are to be present at the oiieninr; of the
aeteristic magnanimity, refused to testily, as he had . iiwice here, during which he looked at it 44 from the Un::.,.ri)ai Exhibition. The Sultan will, it is ru-
, hail all the satisfaction he wanted. j inside and the outride, and never knew the ' free- j ,,orod. visit Paris during the Exhibition.'
REFrsrn. It is reported that an application for a
license to retail spirits at the establishment on Nuu
anu street, known as the "Shades" Hades would
lie a more appropriate name was refused by the
Minister of the Interior. This is another proof of the
praiseworthy determination evinced by that Minister
to curtail the illegal sale of intoxicating liquor to
natives which has liecn so long and extensively car
ried on in this city, in d'fiance of the law of the land.
for the determined violation of which there can be no
excuse whatever. If any law be wrong or unwise,
- 1 , j. . 1 r 1
alter it ; but while it remains a law, let it l.e enforced
at all jierils.
Rkmoveo. Dr. Hoffmann so long and so well
known as the occupant of 44 the corner," has remov-
I, . ... . .1
h,s D.sinsary to another corner, opposite the
j bookstore, where he appears to lie thoroughly pre-
Tarel io presenile ior an me ins inai jiuiuan n"sn is
i . , f . . .ii . i :ti. . . . . ii
heir to. In the same building, up stairs, we notice
. x 0 ... e . .. .
that Dr. J. S. McC.rew, lately of Cincinnati, Ohio,
; profession, having served with distinction as Surgeon
: in both the Mexican ami the late American wars, be
! sides having had other extensive practice.
j Sperm Whales. C.lpt. Hathaway, of the Lydia,
i reports having seen a large school of sperui w hales off
! Kohala, which he estimates were not far from a hun-
dred in num!r. He succeeded in capturing three.
. . - .... , , , .
The coast of Hawau U-twc-cn Kealakekua and kohala,
was in old times a favorite resort for whalers, and
many a 44 sparm" has been picked up there. Ad
miral Alie Russell could tell of a numlier of gixl
fares which he has taken in that neighlorhoHl when
he was in command of a whaleship.
A New Mope. The late Legislature of Kansas
passe. I a law prohibiting the granting of licenses to
j retail liijuor in any town or wanl, unless a majority
j of the men and women petitioned for the license. If
i that were the law in all countries, there would not
be many places ojien for retailing lioiior ; as nearly
all the women, and certainly half the men, would
refuse to si"ii such a petition. That is ceilainly a ,
most etletive temperance movement.
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LiTiiooRAriiY. We have seen some very credit- ,
. , . - ... , . ... , . ,
a 1 V. C.IVtlllll 11.- 'M . ' "p J' j'. ...v.o., '.1. ... . . . 1
; book-bindery. It is a native song, with music, com
! f-ose.1 ly the Hon. Mrs. Lydia K. Dominis. For
! music and certain kinds of work, lithography will
: supply a desideratum long felt here.
i The American Aoriciltcrist. To our farming
! friends in search of an instructive and interesting :
j farming monthly, we can commend this as among
the very lest of publications issue! especially for .
; farmers. It is illustrate-!, and tilled with a great
' variety of rending matter. A few setts from Janu- up, to le fined next morning through sturdy swear
j ar;-, WiT, can f supplied at the bookstore. j ing. Why, I h ive known natives to be arrestC'l lie-
Arorr Wnirt wAsiiiNc N.-thiug :t-l !- mote to
the lw?.-tity at! 1 attr.tctivene?s i f a city or vil! ige th in
to s,-e its eottags surivunde-l with clean and neatly-
kept premises. Strangers, on landing here remark
' how green and charming everything nppenr. V
Cmpan-l with the dry and barren hill of Sm
Francisco the contrast i" very gtvat. It.tt even
am .ng our own villag,-. there is a great contrast, as
any one will obsx-rve who leaves the green grass,
iK-atly-painto I ci ttages and whitewashed fetKts i'f
I I'd", and etiters the dry and dusty streets of Lihu
ina. Much of this dilapidated appearance may 1
lvmovol by keeping fencts and outhuilling coatisl
with whitewash, and as a wash well prepared and
put on w.u oukom uiree coats btovemy a!,e, we iu-
scrt the following fn.m a farming journal for the
information of such as wish to try a l'.vhI neine :
u v- A . .1. . ....-. 1 ;. a- . .
eh a-.iit.e aial e.-t:erl aea. a fc. at lual. the t -Uow iiur
r.-.-i.- 1 r :i ri .Kwh u.r! to. .iurab'e a- jsioa. which r.-
tains il.s hri'!i .uc I.T mam v,-.,r, answer, . I, bri.'k or
t .1.-. an.i is v-.ih- . h. :!.. will i rove ofaorvuv to mailt . Take
lllll I I.U-.'l.l of ..! Il!1!acknl lilll-. slaOa It W'.lfl hulllltf
wl.-r. ever i! ilunnff the l.navss to keel in the strain. Slmin
the ii.ui l through a tine sieve and a.1.1 to it a Hs k of .li, j.re-
vi.nisl well .lis.v.-J in warm water; hall'a imhiihI of jHiw.icr-
el S.amsii ii.tii.c. nnJ a t-ni. i ..f ch.ui Khi.-, w h . ii ha. b vn
).r. vi..usU well dissolved by walking. auJ In. u banc it .mr a
slow fir- iu a sinail k ttle iiluu a Ixrirc ono rilliil with w .-iter.
Add five cili'His lit hot water to the mi Mure. Mir it well and
let it stand lor two or lliree la .-..ventt iroiii the dirt. It
sh..iil.l !- out on unite tit. For this itin-H'- it ran l Lent in
a k. -tile m a portable furuatv. I'olormi! iiiaiu-r im.v Iht iut
in. if do. red, and make anv shade ou like. sraiush browu,
VcUowoehrJ, etc ar usual. '
Goon Fkiu.vy. Yesterday was the anniversary,
acconling to flonian Catholic aud Kiscovd tralition,
of the day oti w hich our Saviour was crucified, aud
the usual services of the Season were held in the
chuivhes of those yi suasions. I5y public i.otifi -
cation, the Government offices were closcl duriug
tllP ibl V
; to F,ully as ftn unluck,
, It howvt.,. c,,rious coincidence that the
Grtat Kattern left the Irish coast on a Friday, and
on Frid iv Columbus set sail for the new world. On
n Mi. lav I. si. ine t.rr .T eastern re.icneo iicrni s
!, nr. ,t r..c,rn roAcli.sl IIe..r.'
Content, and on a Friday. Columbus first saw the
shores of the Western World, lt may lie added that
more criminals have leon hung on a Friday than all
the other days of the week.
All auoit a Woman. Last Thursday a native
got drunk for consolation liecause his wife had de
serted him for some more fortunate (?) swain, and in
a state of crapulence undertook to cut his own throat,
Either he did not try very hard, or the knife was !
n .lull f..r the cut did not ncnetrnte further than
the (-kin. This is a case which we beg to recommend
to the consideration of Mr. , the correspondent of
the GazeUt, as an illustration of his favorite theory
that drunkenness and mimorabty is on the decrease
among the Hawaiians.
n . ,
Co-i-n r.r mil' Tl'ii-i-.divu IloepntlT a ilistmt.h
.-i. r.,. ..... - -
was sent by telegraph from San Francisco to Liver-
pool, leaving the former place at twelve o clock,
and an answer was received at twenty minutes past
four four hours and twenty minutes from the start-
i imr noint. The messajie had to lc rt'iveatcil back
J"iS ".. - o i
frotii four different stations. It is not uufrequcnt for
messages lietvreen New York and San Francisco to
receive replies within the same hour, though they
I more often have to wait hours, owing to press of
j or other causef
j cjT Gkorue's Day. Next Tueslay, the 23d inst.,
: ; tae H,UVcrs;iry of the patron Saint of Old Eng-
, iun,i Ky advei-tiscment in to-xLiy's paper, it will le
; teeu a meeting is culled on the evening of that
; nt 7 0'clK.-k, of the members of the St. George's
' ueneVoh:iit Society. This Association, like kindred
' organizations iu Honolulu of other nationalities, has
; Jone no pltte goo,i among the sick and destitute of
tiicir culpatriots. Its objects are purely benevolent
and charitable, and it should therefore enlist the
sympathies and support of every Englishman.
Strawberries. This fruit is becoming more
nvmudant, and meets with a ready sale at exhorbit
ant prices. Some arc of enormous size and of much
better flavor than the fruit of former years raised in
this vicinity, and remind one of home aud hingsyne.
Dy the way, everyliody does not know the derivation
of the word strawlierry. It came about thus. In
olden times, iu England, the country lads and busses
used to bring them to market strung on straws, and
hence the Knme.
Closed. Yesterday was generally observed among
the Germans by closing their places of business after
11 A. M., Good Friday lieing strictly kept in Europe
by the Lutherans as well as the Catholics.
j h--h- sss
j Eoitou Commercial Advertiser: Sir In last
it'.i 1....... 11 ,-... m-liih 5r i.i well
11 cuuraiio o ou (i. 1 ... . vu v... ,. . , -
1 . ... ....
un,,CrsUaKl t,y all, is tlie mould-piece oi tne govern-
Ia0nt, somei-ody, writing over the signature of a
B(.vr (), undertakes to criticise an article which ap-
j IK?arcii ; your journal of March 30, on the increase
j t,f criie jn these islands of late years, and the causes
' of tu:lt incrC:Vse. I beg you will allow me a small
5,,,. in your columns to criticise the statements of
i dom ' less in former years than it is now." He says
that it would have len better if you kail added lying
to the list 01 crimes wnicii are on 1110 mi-raim:, auu,
on the whole, I think so too; for there never was a
more palpable and notorious falsehood put in print i niade m seven nays just aoout call the time it
1 , . , , 1 took to make the trip one year ago. lids Is an-
than the assertion that drunkenness, more particu- ( nni!1;ltinj, uact. witIl considerable vigor, c-onsider-larly
among the Hawaiians, has not been on the j the obstacles that have to be overcome. Salt
increase since lM'.WiO. ! Lake Telejrraph.
The Chief Justice, in his report to the Legislature j New York, March 17. During the passage of
for the year 1800, in submitting the statistics of crime procession on East ISroadway of the Irish socle-
J 0 iw.u t..-.1iiv. n. truckman In enilearnrinrr In rumnv
during 181) I j, sas .
44 liv reference to these statistics it will be seen
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that drunkenness continues to lie the more general
j Ojj'orj!jo and it is the prime cause of many others. It
is very seldom that an assault and battery is commit-
ted, or any disturbance ol the public peace maoe,
.. .. . 1 ..A ...T .n ,.l I... ,i i
unless me tiai ilea ni c do ino'iie-i ot ...k
; un ,,;!.... ,;,n:it,l ; nther countries tlutt
1 Be-,.cio-hths of the crimes are caused by it- It i
f,,r your wis. loin to devise measures better to protc-t '
t,.r vonr -
the people against this practice, which is so latal lo
...orals and life " i
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l,y, Mr. tutor, a ..una man c uiu , out , ; musk(.t8 " ' -
aware of the fact that tl.c natives, during the yean j Mur(.h , T,U. Tr!buMs Columbia
preceding lH.V.-f.0, 44 the famous lieer-shop peno.1 in J ( - (- a(i, c.Vei.in(r s special says one of the most
Honolulu " very rarely went near a bar-room, and remarkable meetings ever held in South Carolina
that the invariable and well understood rule amongst ' took place to-day. the occasion being the celebra
i , .t.-. . i .. o-.it . i t'on bv the negroes of the passape of the bill en-
the liquor dealers was, that it was tabu to sell to ; riincV the blacks. ll v invitation. General
them, and they were not served. .Now, however, ; Wade Hampton, ex I'nited Stales Senator Desau
instead of swilling the cheap 44 hop Ixrcr," which, I sure. Edward Arthur, Hon. W. J. Talley and James
t, h enou-h, wis comparatively harmless to !
, ",., .1-.,,. ,1 Mrvchnine whi-kv tl.ev !
."doctored draft ale uml strvtlmine w inskv , iny ;
go UilUy up tu t,ie ,)ilr of gome of tllC puU;c hm ;
and, planking down their money, get what they ask '
, , r. t .1..,, l l ., v..:.-n f r .i.t. : lii-inp met, ami ciiiwus are i i uaiiy pteoseu Ui una
for, and often what they don tl.arg.n fora sick ill(.ntil5(.(1 littlh true iDterestr.
stomach and an aching head. These are facts, which lf th(, suite. Should a State Convention be called,
people who have lived here less than 44 twenty-four 1 the latter would probably nominate and support
years" are t-erfectly well aware of, and which cannot ' e best men in the country, and as diflared by
l-i i Nosh, will urge Congress to repeal the dialranchis-
be denied. jn cia,, w,ii h deprives them of the services of
But this old resident takes the pains, in proof of . those in whom they have tlie greatest confidence,
his argument that drunkenness luis decrease.1, to go ; yKW y,,UK. March 22. The 77rr.f says private
to the Station-bouse for statistics, which he triumph- j advices represent Ihe coal miners of Schuylkill
autly parades in print. These statistics were no county. Pennsylvania, as committing the most seri
., , , . : mis outragi'S. The rullians are mainly Irishmen,
doubt carefully comp.le.1, and represent pretty ner J known as" Molly Maguires," banded together in
the facts. Now, Mr. Editor, I do not wish to say K,.eri-t organization for the purpose of Controlling
anything which might be construed as reflecting in
any way upon the police, for the present memlitrs of
the f.ree are undoubtedly very efficient and praise- '
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worthv officers. Still, they, like all government
officials, are more or less influenced by those in au
thority over them, and it is well understood that a
general laxity has of late years prevailed in the mat
ter of the arrests for 44 drunk " and other offenses
against morality. I can recollect the time and I
have not lived here twenty-four years when a white
man couldnt walk out of a bee-line or speak above
his breath in the streets without being taken up by
the po lice, made to appear drunk on the way ta the
Station-house by rough usage, and summarily locked
, c:lu,, tnt. t)loir anwlIeJ i-f ltr,
, a. fi.r olR.r Caus.
j j, w l:l iu i;, i j reiiiemlarr rightly, when the
ytem was abolished of jriving the Sheriff and
' ivpjty SUerifla onchalf the fine- collected for
; (lnlnka ,t0- nn j j. j, ,,,,1 ....rful hw tL
; ,t nistics since then show falling ofl in the
, o.uv ietioi.s for such offenses ! No man with hi eye
' tK.n ,.,! , I,;l, ny nrj f,.r truth but niurt
acknowledge that to conclude froiu tho? ' statistics"
that the evil s;kcii of were really decreasing,
would U an utterly false conclusion. Tlie very con
trary is the case, ns all knew, and I am only aston
ished that any one could write, and an editor could
j. f, UIl,i iiw.. to ,.illt ,Uv.u , llic llf uoriM.n9e a
! Mr. . lt, oM rUemhv' feature is, that it
! ,...,.;... . ...f
i'i uto ."Miiv rnniini'i . ( lainvtif cvutau
nrfi ,,u"u lt attempts to rev.cw, and thus aruu-
: inclv shows lip its ow n shnllowtiCH
-Vt to your rcmai k that Political degradation m-
...rinliK' 1-n.nlf. ;., ,,....1 .l..l..n.i " 1 ..t t
that that is n undeniable aphoi istn, which neither
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tllu ":tttf or it.- cornsp,indeiit can ttpet. We TC0
the pnn.fs of it alxutt us every day. I llHTC Wiilten
, "ie man 1 uiteiKlci at tlie toitset, ttlll Will Wtn.l UJ
,.. sVin. in flm f tkn ln,...nrt.l e-..
then l-eiuaius of hisj the article under rcVK-w T
v .1 l . .1 t e
.thing but the remembrance of its deviation fiutu
i truth, and its wvll-dcservcd exjosure."
' mm r rm m m
I STP FflHtlilffl MFV'JQf
, 1 1 llklffWa
' Telegraphic and other.
1 - ... . ...
ZT ZZgZ SiS'Vw
as w as the resolution nrovidine arms for the miliii
! ol Tennessee.
! In the Senate. Mr. Wilson i.lV. red a ptvamble
mid w .diiti.ui ii.i.ii.ii.iii. a I. ... a.
1 V 1 "ai J'"""' "'l UOIlOr UC-
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ui.tioi wia-. ..en. I'.ivis snu.l no Olllior lironr-ht in av
, speedy trial or admitted to bail. Cole introduced
a bill, which was referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee , dividing California into two CougtVKsioiial
districts. A bill amendatory ol the bankrupt Act
of last session was discussed aud referred,
A mass meeting, irrespective of color, has been
held iu Charleston, nt which radical resolution
were adopted. In Virginia the chivalry are about
to follow the example of Wade Hampton, and try
j uieu p.Msuas.ve arts on tneir unoleaclioa fellow
. .. . ... , . . . ...
i.:i i n:....i''..!i....i-. .
out coiniK-iiiun me lamo.iu companies 10 carry an
j passengers, irrespective of color.
i The Stephens branch of the I'enian Brotherhood
j "vtf l,'i,,je overtures for union to the Kobert fae-
lana . lll,V!II1.(t r,. ZL.x.
O 4 .... .w vuc.u
T I .. . 1 1 .1.1 - i .... I r... 1 .. t.nA. t. - - . ' .
oiv Ka.u biiunu iu yt-iira oast OCCuXTCrl
I... . . ... .. J i w v
in juarcii upon lint Atlantic coast.
j T,(. N).w Yfrk fir wf j:obfnson A OgHom. tteut-
ers iu (.ovei nnient securities, have lailod for two
millions of dollars.
A secret associalion of coal miner4) in the Schuyl
kill District, Pennsylvania, arc i-aid tn Ix commit'
ting outrages, and to have things pretty much their
own way. The aid of Coventor Geary lib bee.
invoked to enforco tlie law.
It Is announced from Paris that Napoleon favor
the alliance of France, Holland. Itelgluin and
Switzerland against Prussia. If this nmiouoement
is made ouicially, it may outline another bloody
war upon the continent.
IiiKi.AMi. lt is diliioult to get a correct idea of
44 the situation " In Ireland from the dispatches re
ceived. There (?eeni8 to be a studied confusion
aud incomprehensibility in the accounts, which all
come through English sources. Ono thing la evi
dent a 44 rising " has taken place.
An Irish quadrilateral, formed by Cork, Limer
ick, ttaterfoid ami Kilkenny, will bo most likely.
j says a rerent letter, the headquarters of the Feuian
forces. With possession of these four towns they
command the whole south of Ireland.
Coi.oii.Ei SriTKAGK. Hofh Houses of the Kansas
Legislature agreed to submit to the people the
question of altering the constitution to allow ne
groes to vote by itself; and also ancperale propo
sition to vote. The Senate receded from the
Censis of Alarava. The new Slate cenmis of
Alabama shows a total population of 945,24 1. Of
this number 412,4 1" about one half are negroea.
The total decrease since 18C0 is 1,J37.
Pmt.ic Debt. The 2ew York TribuM of the
1 1th ult.. says ;
44 The ('overnnient of fhe United Statea owes In
all the round sum of $2,543,31 11.74 . over and above
the sum of $142,423,791. which it held ou the 1st
instant, whereof $ !7,'iTi4,li03 were coin."
The Temperance Cai sk in SaN Francisco. The
annual report ot F. K. It. Whitney Catnmanderdn
Chief of the Temperance Legion, shows that during
the past year 708 persona signed the muster roll.
15rt ladies signed the Ladies' Poll of Honor, Hi
lads joined the Cadets, and over 700 became mem
bers of the Lincoln Temperance Legion.
W'asiiin'iitox. March 20. In the House, a resoln-
1 , , . ,
tion was adopted instructing the Committee on
F , At,Kir(, to Uu.lllrti wiT C-laiina of American
citizens aguinst tl.c liritish ( Jovrniiuent, commene
imr with those reported by the President in Janu
ary lK.il), and including all since that date, have
not been paid, and to report what ought to be done
to secure a speedy settlement of s-ich claims.
The Massachusetts Supreme Court has decided
j that a bequest, to aid in securing: the rirrht of votinir
Fast 1 ive. 1 he cars of the Union Pacific Kail-
j " -
,ie Ki;lj.,.s ami trains Have what is called 44 good
luck," the trip from this city to Omaha can be
, ... - , .v. . - - - r - - -
his team from the rtiute accoidina: to orders from
the police, the members of tme society, decruiog his
motions too slow, made a serious attack on him.
The police endeavored lo protect the truckman,
when the Itish attacked them, driving them off.
Doing reinforced, the police endeavored to make
...... ..t...o It.,... u-nm a ttn.1.-...l l.w n In.mi r. .
1 uii.sis. m .1 .." j .rti,7 .01 eu
i i.f Irish, w ho seriously wounded fifteen Wera.
Lai lot reinforcements came to the succor of the
police, and the assailants withdrew. Later in the
day several rioters ware taaen irom trie procession
to the station house. All sorts of weapons were
. ,,v thl. Iri,,. ncldinir bludgeons, r.l.il...
'-'-W ad.lreSse.l the meeting ; also the Rev.
I,a' '"l ,,,ckott ttI"' I-'verlv Nas i, both colored.
s j nU w,.rc ,.xpressod highly honorab le to
b(th T,1(J aM bKr-;iifil.d wjth tLtf
spirit and political afhliation with which they are
the mines, and resort to murder and robbery. It ia
impossible to punish them, as when arrested and
lii.-d juries are packet with their compeersjand
they escape. On Friday last Mr. Littlehale's super
intendent was murdered w ith the hope of securing
the money he was supposed to have. Threats were
made against other superintendents, and nil live
momenta! ily in fear of violence. Governor Geary
has been applied to for protection.
N'avai. Captain Joseph P. Saiiford U relieved,
from duty as Fleet Captain with tho Pacific. Squad
ron on ihe arrival of tlie Vtn&teJ'i at San Francis
co, and ordered to the command of that yefjioL
Cupte.in John L. Worden is relieved from the
command of Iho J'ensriaila on her arrival at Suu
Francisco, and ordered to return to New York.
Commander Paul Shhlev i relieved from com
mand of Ihe Suawtnee ou trie arrival of the Pvnsu
c.eila at Sin Francisco, and ordered to duty an
Fleet Captain of ihe North Pacific Spiadron.