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HOS'OLOIV, JAX. Ii, 1870.
Wi notice tht the ooahera are now rut!jernr,lojrMn
krlBfbifjn pniiCT KcrnflnffarwfjiuilItitm wpi.
and ilnonErW cannot rlaim anything like a ruh In bul
ne. we are of the opinion that the Jobbers bar no came
The .rrteal of I he line dipper etilp Nlcnja, 12) daye from
Leaden, with assortedtcar jjlo J. T.tVsteTfconaeJlE'; bat J
addMlairalVto aur already. heaVjr etocksVe'lmve reason
to believe that tb cargo l veil adapted to oar Island trade,
baring been "elected tyjthe inrjocter ia pjrsonwho l fullr
qul.ae4 fHT le-e-'tmslneM 5 11i'hlptnmTteV cargo ont In
a ptendid order, and ikwi m tbe Importance of employing
The 6. C" MerrVy arrived on Ibl'Sd iuii" 16 daya from
San Franeieeo. with nwrejrtmdlee and p..engera
The adrlrea from an lvanW bow a decline in angan, I
Urre ImportattaM from China of cfeotce rentrlfojel njran, '
hav- tadoeedthelteaiMrtafUWworUKlJJMitta Jyr ,
cnubed. and lie Sir yellow C. Tbe Utter gxrrenn the ptfie j
of Iriand npn, more especUllv, at.tLU eeaaomof tbe year (
wben tbe demand M Ifctit.
l.laod .ugeis o.aote.1 at fr"nillH)c. f.ir cbolce.
lO-illc.. Medium, SSC Park. fTc
UoUetet, nnaaleabfe except In amall lot of rery choice, at
CaS Sales of lUoat lSVJe. Kona, 17J4lSc.
Ulce Market overttockfd. jllland finjj slow sale at 8c
Polo MarEeTijWateei'wSlnAiry 6c'-'
Ve naderitand that tbe clipper khip Charger was tp leave
au Tranetwo on tbe'etk ImL, and will tenih here en route
The Svs w. nnderaund, (toes to Central America, to
load e.4Te for Europe, . ,.
Tbe B. W. Wood h JiaeW ebarter to carry Japaneie
laborer) back to Tokabaiaa, tbeocateo Uoog Kong, f-T a re
tcrn crpt of Cbtaw jcw-H. f
The IljjKOtinm U engaged full, nd wll sail for Victoria,
T 1 I'-lM'Tro"
Tho E4U.aailo Brlylfiill,;nd-w1IIftah for San Iran-
cieco on Eetnroay.
The tchoimer flreyhennd eoili to-morrow for Kawaihae, to
take in a cargo of cattleTir Tahiti.
Tbe Oiobrtrlje will nail Say Columbia Hirer in a few days
rwllUafol1e.rB.Aof pnJSyee t J -
111 learn that the Jane A.,Falkenberg and .Clara It. Sntll,
have gone to the mllh to lead redwood lumber fur this ia-t,
and may be expected during the next two weeks
Tbe Alula was to leave Portland on tbe 10th iniL, with a
earg" ftrjiili port. - . . .. a
WofpuUienAhe knowing ireolnr-)f the llamhnrg Board
of Trade and Navigation ;
Nonet t" SHirXMTtas. In .sequence to a notice dated
Aug l'lh. 1&60. tbe underafened Iloaiil hereby notifies the
public, that tbe new Illlnk llglit on the first signal veasel,
UIIohM at the entrance of the Elbe, will lie lighted from
and after Saturdav, Dec. lltb, 16W.
Tba Illlnk light i a, tri(, iajn'( lij'il. ehowing itwlf
TBI 0OkU or Tsasx i.iD NlVICtTJOX.
It seemx from tbe fotlowing telegram, that the petition ofj
the rentiers of the United State, to lncroee the duties on
raw sugars fir their protection, doee-not please the Cuban
sngar dealers :
rana. ajuecyia a rtpnt reeelTedfami jhe Cultrd Sutea
fW 33lTnM enliwill be IniDuKI Wlall ern(rtimaf
Great exettement prevails among tbe merchants vl Ila-
. .. . . , i r. I r.tiJ
fnriV furs: Air augSrli are cla.ed iCrreiitly't vaTimn j Tox PltlSON ASH LAIKU: SYSTEM. Wc are told
port of tbe United State, this meoure would cau.c mucn lbnt the nnijorlly of tlic Inmates il the.Stotes Prison
coofwkm. are consigned to tlmt albde under.the, provisions of
Ve dn not believe that Congress lll ant to raiting the tlielodc styled the Masters and Servants JLhw, for
dnty bejopd thtrateor the present tarilL. . rcfusul to fulfill labor contracts. In other words,
Aaltl&me.appafrnt..attUcricl.Teathl.ear .ill , tbev prefer the States Prison to the sweets of the
be cooiideraWv lb.! of that oflatt year, and as the demand I coolie eyslem. , . .
is qalte maintained, very full rates haTe been iild. A lrge "TbpSj. Just as fur.as the, coolie svetem differs from
qnautlt; baa come t liaml and I dally arriving, but the , pUrci'and n'.i rhtlber," 'does our States PrfMin dlf
qnallty l aenerallv Inferior Theonlr purcha.ea hare lieeu ftr from U slave pell." A'tioion Jan. Ji2.
loLllba te-.I-i,Cuist oLAmetica, tliJi former ljtluolxmt to
clear fot lleiton, the latter two still loadine for ew Vork.
Jjpan Timet. ? t
r... irin.nun iraniiM.r tin, iirrurn itriuiiiic nil. .
1 Scbr.iarj.fmMaid.' '
sclir-faiiHto.-lin Hawaii. -
SO Schr Kltlv faitwrlght, fra Maul. -
Schr Mol Kelki, Tm Manl.
llr ship Slcoya. Jon el. 12u days fm Cowei.
TBchr Bob Ti fm Kooiau. 3 fl I J
gt-Sr WarwfcX'fm MobAat." " "
Kbr Nettle Merrill,, fm Maul.
22 St-lir Jdlin VoohV. fm'Koolau. .
Schr Llllo. fm Welalua.
23-hchr llattie fm ManL . ,
0'"Arabtlk D. aMurry, nennettflleTilayMfm'eUn
il-?chr MarlkU, fin llaaail.
Sctir Kate Lee.-fm Hawaii.
frchr Jenny, fin Kauai.
2J Shr IU MJ. ffiiliaul. , r;
SchrlMrytltieen.'-fmKanal. "l' 1 '
14 . 'ilH-li
i e-',ti 1
1 Schrlajbella. for'Kanal. '
Sehr lioknlele, fr Hawaib
Fchr Active, fr ,11 swaih . - .-(;
Echr Mary Ellen, fr Maul,
fjfhrl'ilnce, fr Hawaii. n,
iOSchr'Mary. frnlaol. " "!
fehr Kamalle. fr MelekaL
21 Schr dd Fellow. frUlawali.-" "!'
22chr Vol Kelki, fr MaoL
Schr ranthl. fr Hawafl. -'.(I1- fci"
Sclir Rib Iloy, fr KaoUn. .
Schr Warwick, fr Molokat, lr,
Scl.r Kettle Merrill, fr Mant.
14 echr Liliu, fr Koojao. . ,
fchr Johii Voonc. U Koolaa.
Sloop Live Yankee, fr Kooiau.
56 Schr Kitty 'artti(hl; frManl.
From San Francisco, ir P. C. Murray, Jan.
Ale.ca . . , , io iseaa, emr.ty 0
Bacon. sVsl X , - f. rlqKeoVfit,CaO O C
Baga. bates 10 ume. uuis
Ban el, empty JST Machinery, pkg
Bran, sks SOI Matting:. rolU
Bread, ca Sit Mouklincs, pkg
Boll, r i Oa.ta.eka
Ciuay.pVo OI V 9 3t 4 PlannflfpkgT
Chain, pkKS " lejPotatoes, sks
Champagne, ca oOlQnall. doz
Cbee-ettikca. 1 faddlerj.- tt .
1 r. ft? !
Claiel CI 2!Selpkr
MSh'wkjaDd heads, pltR.
Hum nuaieli. ea
1 "jrnp, kgi
t see ?im
SiUdijc rails, pkgs
From Lnfidn, pwSlcQj Jn2fy-
OOlIroD oU. No.
Bricks, fire. No
Brmndr. qr caki
Chain caUn , Now
253 tronniMORerj. pkgs
in Nail, kpt'
C51 Oti drums ,
rwT ri v-
ClotlilnK. wnter proof; pkg 6
I'alot, caks t
Cninpifr. rs v ' '
Fim!!5 jciakI. ca
?alad ell, cs
83jTIUs, garden, Xo.
nasi. niOie, jtgs' T pen
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For San Francisco, per Comet, Jan. 20
200.Pannta lha .
W),I'alii. lOJ . ,1
Coooanuta, 1.S0O -nsar. lbs
CuAee. lb. 6.4jV, Whale oil. calls
PaUdr. lb. 23.941'
Valne domestic nnxtnee. . .
Talne UriCT tirattuer.il. .
i. Jl I8J
Tor San Francisco, per Comet, Jan. 20VXbeir-ExceUaucl6s
the Japaneie Amuaaawlors anil snite, lira .McSbaae and
oanehler, Domintck Dance. X A lllnme, A Trempei, N S
Froni San Fraachco, per D, C. Murray. Jan. 24 V Itenberg
anU wife. Miss D henberg. Master Inenlierg. J Fuller, wife
andcbilC. Mlw I, la-on, tT Chanherlaio, .0 tVUbert,I'
Wtl i llBntton, W Marton, W Wilx, LJ Vtv. Sndl2
Chinee in steerage.
Wasbinotox, Dec. SI. Tbe receipts or Internal
Revenue for tbe last fiscal year were fS5,0S7,50i'
The Chler of the CJioctaw Indiaiis.bas entered a
protest before the Cominiesiuiu-r-af Indian Affairs
against collecting the Internal Revenueor that coun
try in violation or Ueaty wHhtliat tribe.
New Touk, Dec. 3L Last October Secretary
Fish, after a protracted interview with General
Grant, told a Cuban gentleman there was no law to
prevent the eblpnicui of anus for Insurgents, A
member of the Cuban Junta called upon Collector
Grinuell to ascertain whether he had scruples about
clearing a vessel loader) with supplies of war, when
known they were to be used by the Cubans in tbo
uar-againtt Spain. Collector firinuelI.4old him. he
would give a clearance to a man-of-war loaded down
"With arms and munition's of war, provided that tlie
Ttiiel carried no more men than the customary
crew. The next thing was to purchase a schooner,
place on board a small cargo of arm?; consigned :
tbe clearance was made, eleven men wete shipped
as the crew, and the papers were presented to tho
Harbor Marshal to-dy, who declared them-all right.
The jchooncr sailed this arternoQp. Tiie Govern
ment was duly Informed of what was going ou and
tbe Department telegraphed Jliat if.all was regular
aa rcprcentd no hludranceAcoutd be placed In tbetr
way. Sow that the experiment has been made, 20,
000 eland of arms "bud SI Mfled Held pieces, with
other supplies of war, will be shipped at an early
LOCAL C3WS. f
Phasei of the Moon for January. 1870,
parr A id r em turn smth. - .
lit. New 3Inon..
,, . 10 31AH
4 11 a
taaru .....it MM
Mb. First Qnvter,.,. .
17tb. Foil Moot...
23d. Latt Qnarter.
Uf. XewJlixja..-.!. .
HO.VOLOLU, JIEAN TIME.
Ut, Snn mej fe 4Sii..'iin'rVts i 'Mrs
Mb, Son ):iet. , 6 43 Pnn Sex... t 31..
OAfim Klw-. .... S 43 JT-y'fiWScti1.... .Sl'iV..
29th. Pnu It'-re B 42 . S(in Fets 6 41 ..
31t, 8nn Hi-en , 0 41 ..fmi ?ets .S 47 ..
His Excellency the! Minister of tint Interior has
received bj the Hiraguay, nil Iron fence which I tri
be put up around tlie Court Ilniisc yard. Tlie fence
Is a fine one, aud.nlll ercatly Improve the appearance
of the grounds about the Court House.
r. v' C.j.i .5
Onu'thanfcsrirc tlUeTapt. 2f. T. 'TBennct, or tbe
D. C Murray, for memoranda and files of lafrrpu-
I per. ' '
Launch. Thei Schooner built by .Mr. Emmcs,
whlcli tvei baTe'before noticed
day, at his sbjp yard.
will be launched to
" We would call attention to the large sale adver
tised for to-morrow by C. S.- Bartow. 'A rare chance'
i wiU be, offered the tradu-o puike pnrcliasera ton fa-Arablfc-terml'Also.
j 28l1' by Adams & Wilder, at tberesldenee of 'Mrs.
Ocn, enterprising towrsman, J. T. AVaterbonse,
has again placed our cltlzensjjnder obligaljoroj by
iie1rtn'irtntiXa,pcrA"uropo, 'of an extrnslruassort-'
ment of merchandise, suited to their every want.
.Mr. Wnlcrhouse Is always anticipating tbe wants of
tbe public in bis choice selections of goods for this
, market. . Tlie gentleman, himself,. we bear, willvar-
uarket. . The gentleman bituself,-wc be
ihj ncxl Steamer ' ' ' 1 ?
Ccttiso Aitair. On the' night of Tuesday last,
Wllkerson, better known as the King.B.irber.-ivblle
on atdrunken spree at Lahalna, attacked his wife
with -a knife, 'Inflicting a ghastly and dangerous
woundoir tier neck and face jnd a severe cut on
one 'arm., Tbe woman received immediate atte'n-.
dance from Dr.:Storror and hopt-sare .entertained,
that she may recover, though it is doubtful. Wil
kerson Is in custody.
3 11 I ' i ' . e-, a I
Reduotw:?ot Postage. We notice by tbo TJ. S.
Mail, that the postage between the United States
and Great Britian was reduced, on the 1st of this
month, to six ccnt6 Instead of twelve as heretofore,
per half ounce, ou prepaid letters. This is n. reduc
tion of one half, and our citizens will onlyjie obliged
to pre-pay here, on letters Ji? Great Britain, an fol
lows: On letters going by sailing vessel, six cents.
and by stcauicr,Utea!n cents Unlti-Stutes postage.
' . T ,ir a ti. -r-a. - '
There Isji one man eouCned nnder tbe Maslers
and Servants Law, out atjiincty now cotifined in the
'!StnleiLPrisuii," and IhaLmini ls.a native, C9uflncd
on , the complaint of a comitrvruan. , . . -, a;
These'iieliig the facts of the case, the conviction
Js'orced ppon us that n one evertold the'edltor
of the JCuokoa any such thing, or If any one didrtcll
hlni such a story, -no one believes .him to be dunce
The States Pris9n,dlffers,from(a I'sjave yiifn" fully
as much as the writer of Ihe'A'tiotoad'wB from belrig
a man of1 truth and that is a great deal.
ScTHEME. CoCUT jANTACr Teum. 18TO Since
P.... il. . I. "S"k;ii. ' .li .'.': V. ' ',r.
our " Joii.iHing cuses uave oeen cis-
-In thtt-inatterof tbe appeal of-ASCleeliro from
Water.Kigbt ConimjssloucrSj A..F.udd,Esq., for
1 appillanr, no oppenrnnceforcontf slants. -Thr Court
decided tliat the award of the Commissioners be -set I
aside ror illegality.
S(X wJ7erjO)rni;.,-On."exceptions'Trom Cir-
cult uourt; za-vjirculrr Un IrfbtloH orDefendant's
counsel, continued until the return of the Chief Jus
P. JCaiioa ts. Daniel J. and JoseDL.JoalLEa:t-
ment. JlEreytiseiit fmm'fb.e .Circuit Court,
4th Circuit case submitted to the Court upon au
agreed statement offacts.
Election Laws. The Board of Inspectors of
Election beTdW&tiiigcstcn&yaJ thVTaxCollec
lors Office for tfie purpnse of correcting and adding
to, the alphabetical lists of voters. The Tax Collec
tor In mipMngo'uttliellst,a"cordiugtoScc.4thor the
law approved June! 24 1S68, whlch.soys, he "shall
mak-outan accurate list ortbe names of all persons
1,1 11,6 t",,r!ct w1'" luIf have pafd flielrtaxes Air tbe
ear Inniied lately preceding an i-i'ictlon witltin the time
P,rcwrUd-lV to", &:.," bad consttued this to mean,
who nau paia tneirtaxes witniutue monltit or&epL
Oct. and Nov.,
.and ov..(SvCj 503 Civil CodeJ Tliivnaiues or
3 I did not. thereupon, apptaron tbellet- Tlicdecision
or Justice Hartwell in. the, case- oCH. Thompson,
which will be found lit length -in another column,
orders the nam'e'bf-Mr. Thompson wlx?pald his tax
es on the last dajotDcc to bejilaced ou the list.
The Inspectors at their meeting on Tuesday, by
reason of the decision, gave to every person who ap
plied to them whose'tex receipt shdwed, they had
paid their taxes during December, another receipt
bearing the words "qualifiud to vote." Sevcntv-
rour persons duringthe day were added to the list
or vtiters; By'odvertlsimeiit In tinBay's Issue It will
be seen that the Inspectors willrt agoinjo-day.
Yesterday nppllcafloh'Vui'jimde to the Court by
.R. G. Davis, Esq., who paid his taxes about the mid
dle of January for un order to have his name put
upon the voter's list.
We notice by Seri 13th that "tbe Inspector shall
upon the day ot election for Representatives, re
cejvo tbo-"votes ol all'persons hose names shall
be on Ibe list of voters and who shall p'rotl ueVto
the Inspectors pf Election, at tho olls on Uectlon
day, a tax receipt, bearing upon It In printed letters
tbe words, "qualified to vote," and in each
and every case It shall be the duty ortbe Inspectors
or Election aforesaid, to cuncri or duties tbe words
"qualified to.vote, &c., &e."
This Section: tseujiis to'rcqtiJreitlieTi'Cler to bring
his tax receipt aa well as to hare his name on the
Ilst,nd wc presume It will be'Unsafc for any voter
to appear at the polls withmit bis tax receipt.
LATE TOEEIGN .NEWS !
The arrival of the Murray with the news from
tbe East to tbe Sth instant, places us once more
"aucourraiit" with the world.
The U. S. Congress adjourned on the 23d of Dec.,
tor tbe holidays, to meet attain dn the 10th or Jan
uary. The principal' work since the. commence
ment, has been receiving the reports ol the various
executive departments, the Introduction of new bills,
and preparing far legislation In" earnest, when the
holiday recess shall have ended.'
. .Special Commissioner Wells has jnade lengthy
report, on the finances, and lias sst forth the changes
In the direct taxation, and the Tariff, that iu his
opiulon, Congress ought at this session to consider.
He estimates tha surplus revenue will be 124,000,
000 under.the present system, and proposes $40,000,
000 as the amount that shall be taken off tbestax
payers over half of this from the Internal revenue
tax, and one half Irom the Tariff duties. "
lie advises that thftduty oo Salt ehallibt reduced,
and the; duty on hides be entirely removed.
A large list of articles is made up, to be cither ad
dcd.li. the freeiirtvort)n;tlutIes to twrifittced,
Hewtlll "clings to thebigh duties on sugars, molas
ses, &c, &cf" The collection of the duties on these
articles being so easy or control, and so nnexpen
sive but recognizes that these are nectssaries j and
ought to come Jn among the first to be relieved. i
His reasoulngls ingenious, for be says iu condu
sion.tbattbe Increase of production and population,
will increase tbe consumption :of the' imports
ou whlchtbe relies for the revenue, to such an ex
tent as tp add 51,O0O,O00 yearly increase of acvenue
from the sarfle tariff. ' - , i f ,
The'irmt?(w"h'en it shall appear) be proposes
shall bo-applied lift he. reduction or tho-rntcs-oo
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, and other articles of compara
tive necessity or comfort ' ' "'""J-
The Sugar refiners will moke another effort, Jhis
wither, to have the rate on centrifugal sugars In-
.creased one balf to one cent per pound. So that
tbe duly on Sugars will certaiuly come up for dis
cussion, dnritur tbe session; with tbreejiarties in tbe
field. Tbe Democrats for redntlion, tbe Refiners
foriucreasc;andtbe Commissioner for holding on to
tbe present rate. :'
The time In which the ratification of the Treaty
nttb. Denmark for St. Thomas, should hare been
made,' expired last Summer It milst'barc been ex
tended by tbe President, and tbe Treaty received
favorable consideration, as a Washington dispatch
"Statements pupbllthed here to day render It cer
tain that the present administration is for the ratifi
cation of the St Thomas treair."" Its members hold
that the national honor requires this course, and to
rrjrct it would be unjust to Denmark, it i, also held
that wc hnd bitter lave all Ihrcj; of tl.t islande, in
slead of t;i, and the I'rifidclit so expressed lilm-
sen in courer.aiion on the subject.
jiow lar.inia eiiuorsimcnt oy the Aamlnlslrallon,
wll! influence tbe Senate, to ratify, remains to be
ScnatorCole or California has introdc-ed a Bill to
increase the subsidv to the China and Jansn Sleam-
jvm . ...slaws, j avwi uuiifiuii-
Cisco for China, taking of treasure and
merchandise, to the value of SI 043.561. The arri-
vals df DnssenL'ers Iron! 'China and .Taraui t Snn
vais oi passcnfcLn. irom tuitia ana japan, at Ban
"CM..Ta.M ..... -I 11 .1 .1 ...
' turcs4,S,s6. Nearly alltbese passengeis wetc car-1 known lor 15 years. A gale Bet In at nine o'clock,
i a i ,. ,i. . ji - i accompanied byalcet. The waler in the creek and
nca ty tut 3le.imer8. i canal sliw rose rapidly. Later, a Vary snow storm !
in connection nun these steamers, arises tbe I set in. The s-ule continued with unohatert Tnrv.
questlotr of Chinese Immigrants, a law upon the Telegraphs an- prostrated iu all directions,
subject haying been Intn.duced'in the Senate hy(A.
benalor Stewart of Nevada.
1 Senator Williams moved to refer the. bill to regu -
latu the Immigration of tbe Chinese Into the, United
. . .. .
t.lalned that the ohi.rt.nr the lull In im.vent o
solute Chlneso women by "voiding all contracts ror
-tlnlr Importation, and prohibiting agreements by
-owners of visseis to tmnsoort r,..r,ons from fl,ln I
except with pesons' themselves to be tmnsporled.
it, was the Intention to protect laborers in thlscoun-
trjj',,so far as 'practicable, from tlie piesen.ee of that
class oi degenem
to .subjectlou to jiuot her class, .and compelled to
.work fur wages upon which .a free-man would
., :During tbe discussion or this. "bill, we shall proba
I i.bly arrive at Ihu definition or coolie as understood
! - bv Senator, and sumu evnlanatinn na to Imw CM
i TU'lilteiZoO CbliiHe under ci n'mcts to labor On the!
J Central Ti-xa Railroad, hate arrivedat St. Louis on I
! their way to Texas. J
f. Tuo.Treaty of the United States with China, lias
1 "been ratified by China, it is therefore now comolele. I
i The lJnllel in sy :
: " Article tiflb recognizes the individual liherlv of
expatriation, but reprobates any other than an en- ' ?u' ,,nu la, pueraoy. ociierea, noiwi.nstanu
tlrely voluuturily emigration r and 'both nation. ,D7'nPp" t.af"i?rhe bA .
"agree to pass law's maKiiig it a penal offense" for!
i" i.1. ...... .:. jr v.
nnv IMThtm In fak I :iilliiimiin Imm In. Miitiitn- up
n I11UIHO Iflli-A rn Ej'M iriiin 11114 cimiiTrr fi .ne
fitlii'-r iHinntrr lvlffi.nit thfir Tnt finit viiliintapilt.
consent respectively." Thus jt Bppears there Is no ! CoxsTASTtSorLE,Dcc.30. SometimeslncethoSub
dtingcr'of cOolle ItninlgrJtion no'lleed of State leg- ' HmePorteSentadetEandtoIsrual Pacha toabaudonhjs
iflaliini On that suhjeet for both SbeUnlted.StaU'S I fleet :this remainit.g, unansnveJ. the Sultan to-day
and China are hound to preveut It." forwarded a violent message to the same effect. .
Senator Sumner reported to the Senate froln the , . Losdos. Ice. 3IsU ilistyricus. V in the Times
.Ctumittee. on: Foreign Relations, tliat the revolu- ."1"" 'P "i Sec'y Fish ou
tioanii Cuba bad not yet attained significance Mr. Aibnry hasfornatded the Morning Post tbe
-enough to be regarded from a national point bf correspondence betMeen himself and BenliettcoDceru
view. It hns neither n civil government on land or I ing the ocean yacht race, lie accompanies tbe corres-
. sfalns iimu.' Ibooeenn. -AlenMhr .,ro,-1,,n,oilnn
or Cesiiedej; claims' recognition by-' the 'United
I " -'V ,- -
'States liy reason or liavtng1 40.000 IroopB under arms
and their lines being w 1 1 la tri rifleshot or every town
Vnd city opliv Island east of ilolumoras. He has
directed his trooos to burn and destrovthe cjue
holds of, the island, mid dib'e the sugar mills, and
be claim-lp have liberated 146,000 slaves.
Tlie.rumors of the proposed .uniexation of St. Do- let . M, ., , .... ; .,'
', , , '. r. .t .1 i' 2io!trench orxlngllsu mails have been received here
mlngo, have probaUy grown out of tl.e....eKotlatIous fof toA tm Tho roaa."are blocta'ded with' snow,
regarding 1'jo Bay of Suimina, it h IS. becu.leased by Or.AsooDec.3Is(- Wm. CoVfc,'U. Vjcc Consul
the 'United States for 50 years at a rvntal of $15,000, of this poit. has bctn sentenced to sevea years uipris
per annum ' oument with 'bard labor, ror forgery, a
Congress Is givlng attention to the Fur Seal skin . "ajibcbg, Dec. SlsL-The i'lba.i. blockaded ,'with
,",.f,, ice, and navigation is suspended. ,
trade ortUelslandsmt St. Pauluticl St. Georgo. See- -rw York, Dec. 3 In. A special calle despatch
trill reports. bat-e been banded' In with recommen- I says a leuer from Mdtd tt"ib.t ih,Kn"'.J Gp'
dations as to bow the trade stidu'ld be regulated so ' ernment is releasiDg.crim.inaIs roinltho iwon,n the
: . 1 ' . . ,u. .... cvutUtiim of enli-tiug to fight iu Cuba., Tenthoutand
?s to produce a revfhue, and at the sarnetlme pre- me nt uia aaryi
vent' the destrucllou Of the Seuls through the cu- Loxnos,-Deo. 31st. Heavy gales prevailed oil
V'dliy or'tbe-traders,- A'orrespondeuV says;' I around:the coat tor tbe last Tew days. Many shlp-
Jtiiumglber thinge.lhisiiieiudes a very elaborale "treks, attended in some .cases with loss otitic, have
repnrt of Charles Bryaut, a s'pieial ugeuf uppoluted ' been reported. The barque Edna Irom Montreal,
by Sccrrtary:McCullocU, at Jhi'liisfance'oi Pmtfcssor was driven ashore"on the coast'of Ireland and the
AgassU and the Smithsonian Regents, 10 collect sta- Captain iod several ortbe erety browned,
'tistics about tbe nources ot Alaska, and some de-1 JUciun, Dee. 3Iet. Viclor Emanuel has posi-i
tailed Information- iu regard to .Ihu alleged frauds , tivcty refused to consent to the candidature of the
perpetrated with the collueiou-of the Goieriiinoht ' Dake ofGenoa. '
oflicials, eoiisieting or sbipmeilts of Seal skins to, Pinu, Jan. 3d'.' The Eaipeyor on 1 Saturday , In'
Honolulu and elsewhere by Ibr cargo, rcf,y t0 tll0 psyal address of the Corps Legislatif, ii-
W'e supose 'this must reler S 'the1 case Ol the ' dressed himself to tbe President of tha'Chudy as fl-
litru. which. Gen. ilcCook took up. As the
matter 'was cntirc!y cbntine to American citizens,
we fall to see"by what means any collusion, here,
could alfect the question, iu dispute, bul'shall await
thu-pubiicalion of the report with some iutcreet.
'What we do know, is, that the vessel Weut direct to
an Amerkair port, and wasiotlnterfereri' with, by
tbe home, officers.
Hon. Edward M. Stanton, Scctetary of War, In
Mr. Lincoln's ad.iiI..UtratIon.''dlcd' at Washington
, . t, , '," . , 7 .
on the ZltlPof December. Ho bad just received
iroin:rresiaent umni, rue postoi- Associate justice
In the Snprcme Court, vice Judge tirier;' resigned.
He had, for many jciirt, buffered from asthma, and
be has been Tor sometime past unable to atend to j.
"any business. j
The principal'poliUca! news, from England is the
renewal ot .corresputidetice on Un Alabama claims ,
question. It Is propo.ed toi discuss"it in Washing
ton, and friim the amicable" tone or the correspon-
deuce, thee Is very little doubt but that the nrguti-
utlonsnill he brought to a conclusion satisfactory I
to both nations.
The regular session of the Corps Lygislatif In
F ranee commenced on the fSStbof December. The
Ministry resided aiid M. pjllvier was enttueted
with the foriuafiou of the neiv
lowing l tbe new Ministry:
Minister of Justice and' Reliirlon, Emlle Ollivirr;
Minister Of Foretell Affairs', Count Kupoleon de La
Rne; Mlui-lert? Chiiradier de Valdroine; Minis
ter of Fimiriee, Liitiis Jceepb Buffet! Minister or
War, Gen. Edmund Le' Bouf: .Mlulfter of . Marine.
Renault de (itlHmll) ; Minister ot Public lustruc
lion, tiniie- Alexis teirns: Minister Ol ruoilc
Y!Vrk''viiifrqU,!8 U-V,1T'f f F1" ilaUKin, Jan. 3,-There have been several im-
Arts, M. Maiiriee- Rit-hard; Minister of Emperor s , t conferei)cef Ule,j betB(.cn ener(I Prim and
Household, Count -lilant; Prtsidelit Uf -tbeCoun- f,, ... T, tj , ,v ,, ii.,-i ,.. .
eil Of State Eql,r.n tie. Parien. "'"f' It." ""aored that Ministenal changes are
An Imperijldecrle separates the Mlnlstrv of Fine to """ m,h " -to a P)Kti0n or the
Art Irom that of the Emperor's Household. Provision al GovernmenU .... V. v
It Is reported that the-new Ministry will declare ! .R""' Jan. d. The Pope received the French
for and accept tbe J.iognininie'or the Rlubt Centre i General and soldier, on ew lcar s Day, and eubse
The Ministers Uin received IhisafterniMinby the ! queutly, the Frecch MTnister received the Frenchind
Empress, n ho trave them n very generous welimile, I Papal officer and soldiers, the French Bishop and
La hli-bTDuliliebes smne correeDondeiicH bi'ttv,n I other functionaries, " '.
M. Olllvierand M. PierntMaifne to Drove Hint tbe
latterndvlM-d tbeHdniisslouof meuiberSof tbe Riirht
-.nil Till rV,,ln.tnli,lh tllmalpl.
There, ha, also been "a jllnisterial crUis In Spain. I
consequent upon the rirusal.or the King or Italy to!
to content to tbe Duke of Geuoa'liein'r placed upon !
the throne. The Duke, a boy or fifteen. Is at'pres-!
etit ut school in EnRlond.
Gen. Prltu, who Represented the Interests or the
Duke, withdraws, and theCortes areaEain efl.iai be-
tweentheadvocates or monarchy and reoublic.nlsm. 1
, . .. .
It Is proposed to Invest Serrano with refral pon ers. !
... v , .... ... ,.. .... i
jiASKiiv uan iid, ,iau jiinisienai crisis con-
tinues. Telegrams from Florencc-annouiicinjrthe
nejralive of Italy were received here Tuesday, but
their publication was suppressed by authority nntil
todayi- For two days tbe Government has been In
a btuic of iudecisioii us to whet conrse to purt-ue.
Tbe Duke of Monteiiensier was expected to arrive
here .this morning, but bis friends have teleirrupbed
that he'eanuoteome oi accountof. itbe situation
created by the action of Italy. .
WAsnrxoTps, Dec 21. Hon. Edwin M. Stanton
died In ibis' citv this morning between two and
three o'clock. HU desease was conireslion of the
heart. Rome llmi rlllHntr vpterriflr Snm.ilit (Zr.
al Banics, tbe attending, physician, discovcrVdsymp-
turns of wliat be supposed .was DsmlrsU or tlie heart.
.but it was soon ascertained that the trouble was
contention ofllielu-art. Proper remedies were ap
plied, but bis cojif titutlon was too much epfeebled
by disease. Slunton continued to fink uradujlly,
but pp apprehensions were felt nutll midnight, when
his strength gave way. aud he expired. Tho 'only
persons presents were Surgeon General Bames and
Stanton's family. This morning the Judges of the
Supreme Court, the several Senators and Members
oConsress .'called at the, residence. The Supreme
Court Judges va ill have Clarke of tbe .funeral ar
rautremeuls. The departments will be closed and
fUz placed at half roast. There is a ircnerari-lonm
over the city, and Ibeleelinc Is tery much like that
when Lincoln died. .
Utica. Ni!T.,-Dec. SO. Hon. Horatio Scytnour's'f
team .ran away last evening, while, be was driving j
home from the city, threw him from the carriase
and dislocated his shoulder. HeCpasted tbe 'btebt
In r;reat paln, but la better to-flip.
izw YORK, neci 81. A special despatch states
that the President is abont to Issue a prorHmatldn
bf riid ncutralllty In tbe dispute between the Red
Klrer Country and the Canadian Goveniment.' This
proclamation is aimed at both" the sympathizers
who may be disposed to aid tbeKbels bud at Gover
nor McDou'-all, who seems' to imagine becanorpan
ize au expedition on American soli to gain authori
ty overthe insurgents. Tbe Insurrection in the Red
River country It viewed In official circles its a serious
impediment to ttiu scbemo of the Ensllsh Govern
ment to unite all British North America In a Confe
deration, and is not, therefore,' Tefpirded as matter
of resri-l. although the final sUccess-of the febelsls
not counted on.
Washisotds, Dec. 81. Atthe- urzent request bf
tbe dUtillers'of Cincilmatt and vicinity to tbe Com
missioner of Internal Revenue to send eome one to
bear them on the subject of the forty-eight boursys
tem or tnsehing. he iiJf compiled with thelrrequest,
si ndincr two deputies Jherc.
ro proeldmaiiorr, as re)urted, lias been prepared
at tlie Department oi atate flecianng'tbe iientrallity
oribla-Governmetit in tbe Winnepeg InsOrrecllon;
nor Is it known that any is contemplated. Up to
j noon to-day uotblng has ticcurrcd to subtest such
I CBICAGO, Dec. 31. Washington specials say the
me uioTt'iiiciii io rcfiore .uiencan euippinc ic ine
seas. The) bill glrlr;r Amcncunshipsa certain shore '
oi tlie iiostatre as a subsidy will Droliablv be brought
i i . " t o, rf, 7,7' . ,
f BorraLO, Jan. 3d. Three o'clock, yesterday after -
Tlie gule continued with unabated lory.
Railroad. From PoUhkeeDsIe to Tivoli u tbonsatid
1 'ect of track Is probably washed but. In some pb-
! ces,"": rails are torii up atid th:bed ortbe track is
au nk several feeL Much damage also lias leen done
t octwuen uereanq t;oxsacKie. ro now tnilu has ' rr.Iry- rnfenertnra of Flprtion will pt thin
ln-et lelt Albanr. tl.ono-h one. -will lean, iinrino- llm''!'"1' Pe -.,ec,i?, w"'.'el. D"
ta-v- A largice-house at Turkey Point was blown
aj vessels are adrilt with no one uboard.
Chicago, Jan. 3d. A fearful gale prevailed in the
Eastern Stales last night and continued to-day. It
done ro nillroad.and bridges.
j WAsnisoTON, Jair. 3J. Tbe President has direct-
ilngall military officers who Have been on duty 111
j iu7s and other" State for a term of three yem-sto n
port for field duly Wist : also to prenlirc the detail
of necessary officer to till their piacen fnmi those
wno nate nan a long tern, oi neia uuiyiin tiietront
ier. This lvll be the case, itb some exceptions,
in coiiM-qucuce or tieing pbvetcallr Ircapaeitated
from uouuds and other cjuses from performing
pAn, Deo 30. Tbe excitement atten liog the'trial
or Tiaujiuan ror the murder or the Knck family
inciea-cs r the e;vi. enee ci-uwn stroi.'crr agiiuit him.
ledioolevideuceaiiducedithis taorslLg decta e that t
'.'""i ,u" ".U.JV"U'0 ' . V" -'
. " m. v.vmug in vvuuviiuu
and sen'tence or
j.,i, m,m ,..:.,... . j.i,
iimilingly thauVed the
I v..u. ..v .....VUv. c.
' deoce w,tu a etler nheie.u betajabeacceptstbe
terms, and will -be ready on reaching Jiew. York 'to
jace for the cup won by the yacht America-' on'tbe 22d
of Aug, 1S57.
Limerick, Dec.Sl. A fearful gale from tlio north
west occurred to day? Irees were uprooted, and m
some ca6es houses wcie prostrated. Ten persons are
known to hat e lost their lives, and many others are
L badly injured
j 'JUmiiD, Dec. 31st
-General Perjad has been re-
lows; Ibe assurance of devotion which y,ou address
to me iutbe name olthe Corps Xcgislatir renders roe
happy. 2teec was good understanding more peces
sary. Jifs cirepmstauces have auguieuted your pre
rogatives without dimiuiiibuig tbe authority, giieniae
by .the nation.- Jn sharingthe responsibility with the
great bodies or the State, I reel more confident of
orcrcouiing.difBcnlties m the, future,-" Subsequently,
in reply!to the Archbishop of iarls the1 Erdperur re-
i piled : " J. accept with gratitude the good wifbcsoftbe
clergy or Paris. Receive in return -my felicitations
I (nPon. ,hc j?'Vh0"ie1e.Pmmlvg?l'n5 Bmon
i tbe masses the doctrines 6f pelf' abnegation and
, -haritt "' '
The r.ew Ministry has at' length been formed, and
the .Journal Offieiel gives tbe list as follows Minister
of Justice and Mariue. JJinile Olliv'ier ; MinUtci- of
Foreign Affairs, Count Napoleon de La Rue ; Minister
or Interior Chevalier de Valdromc; Miuister'of Fi
nanctr, Louis Joselh Buffet j Minister of War.Uederal
Edmund. Lc Iiouf ; Minister of Marine, ITegaulf de
Genoally ; Minister of Public Instruction, ' miie
Alexis Scgris ; Minister of Public Works. Marquis de
LalEoiet ; iimi.-terof Hue Arts.M. Maurice Richard ;
Minister or Emperor's Household Cpnat Vaillsot ;
Presidcut of tbe C-uacil of Sfate, Esquiron de Parien.
An Imperial decree Sej'aratea the Ministry of Fine
Arts fri uf that (if the Emperor's liousebold.
i Loscdo: Jan. 2. -The speech of tbe Lmperor at
Pans, an .Saturday, torms the subject of-cenvertation
I and newspaper comments here. The 7Tne rays tbe
j Emperor has promised new liberties; but tbe French
liberties are already irreconcilable with the pretensions
or itome. '
PaBIs, Jan. 3.' The Emperor's speech, on' the
successful frcmation of tbe new Ministry, has had
an unusually favorable effect' in monetary 'circles, i"
The Bourse has been active and firm ail day; and at I
the closing hour rente were quoted at' 73 francs 87 r
centimes. Much business was, however transacted
in tbo stree'ts after that tiue; and at. half-past four
,,.-,. ti r,,i is ,k.,i
I MADiiID,.Jan. 4th. A decided neeative Has been
, received Trom Italy in the matter or the candidature'
, ,.f tf,a Ti.,l-n .T It.nn. A.. tl: ...
Losdox, Jan. Uh. The, rime'., 'this morning,
eommeuttaj; on Democratic advocacy or repudiation.
J re" "m ,hat qoarter is due to the act. that
American .bonds, bearing twice tbe rate of interest.
1 are not so near Dar as consols.
Paris, Jan. 4th. The Jiappel, one or the organs
or the Irrcconcilables, has been pnisecnted Tor breach
f Pre" laws in an article ravoring political urgan-
nations among me soldiers. ;
jt ,-, reportej tL,t the new Ministry' will declare for, i
..r,i. - T,:i.. :-t. '
r"6I't"'1"r v f16uh -"V. Auc
Ministers were receired this afternoon by the Em
press, who gave them a Tery generous welcome. Za
Patri publishes some correspondence between M.
Olirier nr.dM. Pierre Magne, to prove that tbe latter
advued the admission or-mcmbers ot. the Right and
Left .Centre into the Ministry.
Madrid, Jan 4tb. The Ministerial criiii.ccntin
uea. Telegrams frjim, Florence ann'ouncing the,' nega
tive cf Italy, were received here Tuesday, bet, -their
publication was suppressed by authority" until to-day.
for two days thejGovercmebt has been in a state of
indtcision as to what conrre to pnrsne. TbeJ)nke of
Mbntpensier was expected toarriebero this moraine.
and his friends have telegraphed that he cannot come
ou account of tho situation created by the action of
Roue,' Jan 4thj A general conirrention 'of the
Council was held at the Qmrinal yesterday.- The Pone
was not present. The Cardinal presiding, by the
right of age, announced the deaths.of four Cardinals.
The appointment of Cardinal Billii, as President of the
Commission ton Dogma, and Cardinal Catezinf', as
President of the Commission on Ecclesiastical Disci
pline, was promulgated. The Council! in session
again to-day, and the business organization continues,
LisboX. Jan -lib. Tbe mail steamer fmm Rio Janei
ro December 1Mb brings the following news from Pa
raguay: Ygnatione was .occupied by tho allies irilh
out resistance, and Lopes had been driven from the
soil of Pararuev.
Prince Den and Senor Paran were expected at
Monte Viedo,on their return Irom., the sett, of war.
The former would reach Buenos Ayres about the fiiet
leeoriiag' ta lh eryj latest! accounts! tho War ta
Paraguay was at an end, and Lopei had fled into Bo
livia with hU family. ; " "
'An agreement has been aigoed between Braail aid
the Argentine Confederation, according to which,
Brxiil.TTnl withdraw 14,000 men from Paraguay , and
the- entire ,cqtingcnt"of,the confederation will retire;
Sew ToaKfJan sth The. YorliCt, Japan eorte-
poodexit writu that Unssia .has, seiied some of the
northern islands of the Japanesc .Empire, and the be
lief prevails that It is laoantentioo. of the Ciar to ulti
oatel y absorb the entire eountrya
PiEls, Jaij. 5th- Tbo Kiaperer was Tery-d'e-ainni
of rctaininfr Bat n llaamaan in tbe position
of Pre fert of the Seine, hat tbe Connoil of Ministers
dedided bpbn his removal.
MaoRin, Jan. 2th. It Is tursorcd that Regent
Serrano irfll be invested with sovereign power.'bot the
constituent 'Tories hesitates to' take to' extreme's
"measure. The "partiians-)f Dole Moctpensler are
Losnox, Jan. 5th. The Timet, ta day, has an
article on the crisis in Spain. Tbr-Trrtterjeplorerthe
J a, wnfal of Gctcrnl Trix, si d af.ibttcs it to an tab.
reasonable pn.' mgalio!) . f PrfttUif.rilreiim.
AM1LT0S In -SuOeW, Coon, Dec 15th, the wife of
Jaa. A. iianiutonjr a daughtrr.
, KOWIMJ MCTCALF In this City, tin Saturday even-
! ir. the ajntL bvKev. It. II. Parker. Mr. W. O. Rowland
TO auks Helen letcao. eecona augnier-oi ine uie ine n,
Metcair, Ew) . bothef Ilonotnln. -J."ocardi.
The typoerajhlcal friends of the yorcgconple 'wiah them
an unlimited amount of happiness and prosperity.
Election Notice J.
t receiving the qualification of those whose names are 1
' aitted on tbe list of voters; as welLas of receiving
I "Wence against the quaUEeation of persons whose
i names oppearbn the list published.
Young Men's Christian Association.
i ' I .B,1y,.,B,( .7 ,", ;: " ,-
I J. Friday evening the ISih instant, at 7i Q'Clock,,at
, ,n "aaing room pt ine Aisociaiiou
T. R. WALKER, Hou. See'jr.
A SUPERB DESERT SERVICE !
TiKLIEVEU to be tlie richest ever1 im-
Jj ported, can be cen for a few d at the store of
the undersigned, trno mil oner ,11- tor saie ai cosx.
The ladies of Honolulu arc particolariy invited to call
and examine' it.
2-U. GODFREY RHODES.
From TP.xx glctiica.,
-A-SMALL LOT OF
TOR SALE BY
"YTLTSHIRE HEESE, In 'smlU tins;
' '"eNLISH1CIIEESE; in bladder','. (
For sale by -. ... ii' . --; ,.,
GATE FAMILY FLOUR,
, Golden Gate Baiters-Extra',. . ,
Oregon Qats.JalifoVu'ia Bran, ', t ' '
Assorted Crackers, Cases Saloon Bread,
i ' Boxes Saloon Bread, "
VERY FINE JAPANESE' TEA,
id small boxes Maoondry's, brand,.'
-i .uumuoiat Jt'oiuxpes,
r at sale, oy. - ., .
. -l ' ' " . n-j
Ii , -If I,
i 'if' i ; j liii-
THE USUAL ASSORTMENT.' OF.,,
CALIFORNIA GROCERIES & PROVISIONS;
. . . 'r i
ALSO AK INVOICE OF I
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS ! j
, , j e - T ',l..
Ex Vanguard, J36 days trom LiODdOn
u '' , '
Westphalia' Sausoge, Oxford Sausage, - ,.
" "'Potted TtnRUe, Potfed JIam,
' Muiligatawney Pastor Currie Paste,
i! ficoteb' HerHngs io tins.
' ; ' ' ' i French. Peas,,
Pure Cream Tartar and- Pure Carb. Soda, in tins.
Lea '& Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce,
.'-'., . , . i,
. ..in pints and quarts,
John' Bull 'Sauce, Sover's Relish, '
1 , , , ' rr . 1-. : ' ' ,- r-
fiusnroom vaexup, jervocn vaers,
, . Spanish Olives, Currie Powder;,
Kelson's Gelatine. . .
pp!s, Cocoa Tfomapathic,
pPatras Curranta, in 7 Sb,ttnar :, , .
- Cases Tabid Solt, jh jars,.
. ; Citron Peel, Lemon. Peel-and Orange "Peel,
' in small glara jars and 7 t tins,
- Nutmegs, Whole Cloves, Whole
Cinnamon and Whole Mace;
" in 7 m tins.
Whole White Pepper very strong,
1 ' Canary -Hemp and Rape Seed,
Pearl Sago: in 7 lb tins, -
Tapioca, In 7 lb tins,
is yv :h. lyTVTFa a vc&,
- ( In seven pennd tins.
Candy vellow and white, Bartey Sugar,
Peppermint Lozenges) Acid Drops. "'"
" ' Raspberry1 DropsHose Drppf,
' Barcelona Knts, Bon Bnnt, te.
ALL TO BE SOLD CHEAP,
Jti PfWRX, MAY,
, No. 58 Fort Street.
" Hotel Premises' to-Let!
THE LN'TERN'ATI OKAL MOTEI.
r Premises, on Hotel Street,- .These extensive
premises are suitable for a Boaxdicff Hoase,
Eating House, &c, For psxtxalari, apply to
4J-3t . W.,L.GSEE3S1.
OfJi r AHA UI S; W II. Bi'Ai. u
J -JU me $ w a a ell
a a w - - i a
j - '
Wednesday, January 26,
itYd'i. M., atale'sro0m7S
Gottons.tPrints Denims eRCIotiiin
Fancy Goods, Crockerjware, Groceries,
20 Cubch Downer's Kcroscnc OU,
lO Cnslts Gootl Porter quarts,
SO Casks Marlan'si Ale pints,
25 Bags of Brown Sugar, 35 Sacks of Bras,
O "VJ ?si.k Jr T'i-cjiaeuPfjtro
10 Bags of Wheat,
' t r 'i' ' -
Choice Japan Tea,, and Japan Soy,
tj JTl iiumboldt Potatoes. Sec.
ojnrnrGGaTolTii cmn dukeac,
One Cpttage' Piano.
t- ADAMS AWILDEK, Auct'rs.
our nr -imnnriini n -riinuiTiinr a
.OHLCnUr liUUdtliULU- rUHflH Uttti
On Friday, January 28th1,
AT Iti d'CLOCK a; m..
At fhe. residency of Mrs.1 Ouifoj,
i ' .'
THE , ENTIRE-HOUSEHOID FURNITURE,
. ,."! -C0,VsitTIK(5- OF .
M'arbto Top Tailes, Marble Top Bureaus,
Hair Cloth Chairs and Rrcbers,
Koa Wasbstarrds.nndiTal)eV' '. '1
WhaUnot.gecrftaTy. .: j I
a '.' Jarge.)Book Case, Lounge. ,.
Morale Tob Sldr-lloaroV Ululng Table,
: Koa Bureau, Hair Matr. 4tf ?ts, . 1 ' 1 1 ( t f ) f I
"Foot Stools, Encra and. BasidSi fl
"' ' J.I'l ' 1 Crockery ware, Cook Stove,
GjtrdmTogJs, Meal Safe.
H. Iu1j'm Saddle, ,lloKji,(f&c.,,&c.,
One CurrJaere and Carriage IJorne.
ADAMS 4: WILDER, Auctioneers.
. :i !! i r-i-i-' ri I St.
. GUARDIAN'S 'SALE:
WUEUIiVS,pnyie,7tU diiy-of decern
her, 1BC9. a conditional ordcr.of tale was made
bj;,tbe,IIon. A. S. H.artwcll, First Associate Justice of
the Supreme Court, ami said order was ma.ie absolute
on the 17th day of January. 1870,bofore tbe said
Justice, at his Chamber! So Lb Uourt Honl6'ibI Bono
lulu, at'10 o'clock In Hie forentwb ortbe said day,
authorixing CHARLES R. BISHOP-and, CHARLES
K.VN'AIYA'.'fiWardlifDJ.Jir the person and estate'of II.
R. II. WILUAM C. LUXALILO, to sell at public
Auction the real estate hereinafter described. Xoir
therefore, : ' '! I!
In pursuance of said order, tbo nbdenlgoed1 will
sell on 'the primi-es In HONOLULU, Island of Oahu.
"AT 12 0CL0CK X00N,
i' W.I- mil j.1,,,1-
On Saturday, January 29tnli870
By ADAMS it IVILDiin,
Auctioneers to . the lihighcsV bidder iiii cUU. r all
tbe right, title and interest .'of H: RUHi. William
C. LunalUe, it Mil te-Uio AilutwlugTIeacTlDett parcels
of land, to wit: i i
A' parcel of iand'sitaate in "Pohua," on'KtKG
STREET, oppostie the Palace-Land Com. Award
So. 277, containing 1 rood, 5 perches: also, parcel
of jlandn 0.UEEX.STBEET, in "'ifcua,'' adjoining
the prcmis'ea Wt Capt. Powers, Award"Ifo.: 277, con
taining t2 perches.
Deeds at expense or.purebaser. ru .. n I , i
. , i r,CHARLES KANALSA,
Guardians of Person udEstate of JI, R. II. Wm. C.
, .li : ..ADAJI6 X-wrEDEH.-'A'uet'rt
iionoiala.Jao.2i, 1870 iO-lme '
.rA'i LINE,i'0E3 GROCERIES.
. .'-.Ji t!.TrrEiiECTF:D By Jll)j8j
; JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE,:lEsq.
j iS Dne Kolice wii be given of Day of Sale.
' ADAMS & WILDER, Auctrs.
WALKER & ALLEN
HAVE ON HAND,
i . f
California anft Hipirnn OSt.
Pilni"'afi M.Hht J'TI..;'- J
Cases Green Corn, (California.)
Casts Green Peajt (CSIifornia.)
Tea in small boxes, (Superior,)
Aea in large Doxer, (soperwr,)'
, ;,f Cares Sardines, in if and or boxes.
Dried Apples, in bf barrels,
Oases of Tofeabcso,
Leatber Belting, from i to 8 inch,
" 'Crtihel Sdgaf, . " ! If
Hons Coffee, (Superior Article,)
Hawaiian Rice, (Best tn'Market.)
Hawaiian Beef, (Warranted,)
All Rinds of 'Hawaiian Produce,
' THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
i " J ' OF NEW -YOWL i
The-Largest) Lifs hisuranee.Cemp any
- 1ST THEl. "WOKLB !
FrcmlBBU, sBt bc 'lPalS SemllK-
wvjf ec . vjf Karteri x
'ADAMS &. WILDEST. '
as?? . '. -' ...
Agents lor tns Hawaiian Asians.
' AT lfCIJWK, A. M.,
WDI SeHat UaAnMfl Room.
A-SQlendidssfftmMt of Cutis!
j (Ex PARAGITA Y'aod other-Late Arrivals,
Inelaibw.CottoM; loetens.-Brselretr; ;
iioeoa. Muslins, Silks, Cloths, Fefco,
" ' SiBc b3 Cotton CmDrellai1,' Me..
,.WMhf Ld,2Io tmi 0D.
. At half-past 12 e'clerek,
hpejr' Aiccoarit of TjBderrifHsra,
ISO.Blue, Orange sod Red Blanket,1 . "
' . . - ' -Ti i : ... . et l.iiii..
- 'S4 piece-jvimca, jjiae anu ureea sroaauiinua,
.v , . 9'pieeea Rlack, Lasting, 3S, Velvet Xtsf,
410 Striped Ponchos', It) Large Rap,
4 pieces.' Velvet Carpet, k
3: , J Extra Ruga.
REGULAR ROOM SALE.
n'Ai 10' A. Si at ' Salesroom,,
A yAELETZ OF MEEGHAITBISI.
. r C- Sj BARTOW, Antt'r.
By orde of tbe Hod. Bbaril of Education', th'e os-
dertlgaed Tnlllell.atpuWie auctions i .1 .'
;5At the Court: Hohm5 I)eor,
In HenolaW, , t ;
un monaay, i-eoy
1870, at 12 O'CLOCIT, NOOiT.
At u TTpsct Price; oftjfis
The well-knoirn premL-oiat MAKIKI. HilhaJl the
building thereon,, for several years OcapiedbyJCISS
uttui-..s iioaraiog fccuooi. -r
TKUJiSOne-'third cash, and the remain ier Is
two; equal note, for one and two,, years, with,int,creit
at ion per cent per annum, payable seml-annaally.
Notta to bes.aecared, by mortgage on the. place. Title
Fur rarther particulars, enquire of W. Jai. Smith,
See'y qf Jbe jDoardf or
List' of Persons Licensed to Practice
.. .as Attbrdejfs at Law.
Austin; James W
Davis, R Q
Eailiaukea, J m
Kaunamano, J It t
Kaalmoku. D V , j
.. KupakeeTjTC J..
Kegkalole.A;' ' '.'','
, .Kalakiua, David
, K'alaiukane, Geo B '
Lindsay ,0'K 1
' HcCoily; Lawreneo"
Mahoe.'D B ' '
Harris, C C
Harris. Frank H .
HaUi, James D. '
HaleWnu. G W D
Hq'aai, J B . ,
Hilchcook.' D'Tr '
HolJUttr', R S
Ildprff At'- '"
-Haakua, J H
II'JobA !. "
Iafiaea'; - ,J ' ;
JofcesJ Vt 0 - "
Jones, Wm'Ap ('''
Kafela, J ff!" .
Saukana. S M
Nuuaaui A Si , ii
Nahskualll, A W B
Knnlhlua; E3;-:f. :'.
' Kshalenahu.iJ.P.E,1; :
Kanahslahi,.-. ,, . ..
Kahnla, N B
Kupau,Jotftl.n V NaMk-W f
Kahanu'Tle'nry A 'SaklliTJ ' .
KainJat Z'-C ' C" J ' Stanley: R U
Kcawebunahala, J W Thomp, Henry
Kauwabl, J W H
Zfl "1Ve 'rl''' ' ''I .,;..tJ'i. ftll'I
JjAti. IT any person holding. ltceou asttor
nejat law frtrm'tiill'Cottrt, has been 'mltfe4 from
thtabbre listj.he wIlLpleaae report the jams' hare for
entry. . 'U M.'CqLL.Y, ,
,,.. . ,,, , , Clerk of theopreme-Court.
Honolnln. January 23th,' 978; ' "St
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
PRICES .TO "'SUIT' THE' TDCESl
a,'". '" " ' ' t
E . ST R E H Z & CO.
'HAVE RECEIVED' BY LATE 'ARRIVALS
Froin' 'th!e Best' ManufiictiirerS'
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ENGLAND, FRANCE. GERMANY
! THE UNITED STATES,'
A .CHOICE ASS0RTMEKT:.0F DRtfGSf
' 1 ; Caaatstrag frf Part, as foriowa "
AcTsV Aloes, i(umAicob'ci'f Bl'ue.stone. , -Caustic",
: -i .iChloryiIytie;Eitracb;.ChlorofonB,
Ether, Herbs, K pots; and
Gums of different kinds.
''iiubla'sj Extracts ' Hnd, oapti,
Maria Farina Cologne. Fancy Soapi.
fc j iol ''Horida.Wtsr; Bay Jt
Pomatum and Toilet Articles.
Pa teat ' 3fcdiclBes pf 'All KIhJm,
Oihnar) a. Co a celebrated Pulmonarj Trc-obea,
Dr. Steven's Cough Sjfup' '.
" Dr. Selh-Afn61dV Bilisa' "
'" DeOrimaOR'sMy ''
. " - .-i mi! Boudsalt's'Peciina.
De Jongh, Moller 4 Mitehell's Cod Lifer Oil, Vie.
ni'.V . t, , . . :
i . - All of the- AboTe JHedlclHM
i -f ( -i-WILL Bfe MLD
oEither Wholesale or RetaiL;''
AT THE LOWEST PfilQl
'par .Orders from, the other Iilaad are solicited.
' fle- Ships' Medicine Cheats, and Preferiptionof
all kinds, esrefallyput np. 'I
aP-iffef .the ab'qre Stock at Prices aa Low
4i("heX6wet, ' '
At the . Family Drag 8ff
. Corner of 'Fort sad Hotel' Streets.
THE OFFICE or the French Cemtiue
Is temporarily ffassferre to Alakea Street; 'lew;
3SV OSm houra frSm HA. M. to 12 if. .
CbancilUer ?Meck legaiHn,
French Legation, Jsn'y 10, 1870. S2 e I
ANV INFORMATION recyeetissr
JAUBel CQLLIKS.' wIw) left Briiiel, I
In September. 1868) oa board tate.sMs Jj
w'nlcb Is said to belosr to Honolehr, nuy brlefr at
the Foreign OSse, -rMsMf ,fSM, at that User, am
a TOTaa-e to VaJearmer rW rouse sbm lot I shag
heard rroa steee IarlMv Md intmtlT,
arriioai'alrMt'VIiB-ftavr yviAtA tfc'isys.
.i . .HMoUia. Wrlai'llq.i
VTOTICB t korsAr t
1. Intweatsii se li BstA of UXUBT iULtlgG-
MAM. U Kofea. .Kaaua. as, Asaexiau eatisM,
asnim, tau x stre affaiBiin .ui m.
akarieTof Eajaati.ta nkke Aam oi the
aWrWt. All iiHSm htSAi t said
ylaaie ante -iaa pel stale ayaat. ami tfces snfs
ataiau wis idaaUe wsUt Xk ,wmm U TJ. JC. Ms
dale. TBOiitAi ADAHMOX. Ii., J
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