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BY E. P. ADAMS.
TO BE S0LI BY AVrTIOS AT THE
lluOilt-f th-. rSHEBSl'JSElt.
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 30th, ,
Tract of Land, Situated in Kauluwela, t
Hon-lulu, hell an-r two Royal Patents, and containing ,
9-1'J) vt uioe-lenifca Acres, chiefly .
IIEST IL1SS KILO L1MJ, HULL VATEUE1 ! j
House Lots & Comfortable "Wooden Houses.
It l eoo;;eoa to the City, and iu the vicinity of the In-U-n.lv.1
continuation of fch'.l Street, the completion of which
will ren.lr it a desirable l-.cal.ty for a r--i 1'iicr. A Flan of
tb Lao-l may be Ken at the Otce of the Cnd-rsiifne-i.
Farther particulars niay he learned hy application to Jon
MT(it, t. at hiao&ce.or of KtaatSK.on the premises.
E. I. ADAMS Aucllonrer.
ON TUESDAY, - APRIL 2d 1
AT 1 O'CLOCK, P. M.
AT THE ESPLANADE,
DPojsitivoly le Hold s
i THE BRIG iftMV
IN GOOD ORDER AND WELL FOUND
SAILS, CHAINS, ANCHORS,
E. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
REGULAE ROOM SALE
OK WEDNESDAY, : : : : APRIL 3d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M- AT SALES ROOM.
A FIXE LINE OF
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Cases Card Matches,
Cases Downer's Kerosene,
Cases Devoe'a Kerosene,
Brooms, Pails, &c, &c.
E. I'. ADAMS. Aart'r.
IS II F.REnV CIVEX THAT TIIK IART
nershlp existing b Iween the undersigned and AH VKa
kutail storekeeper was iliMolved on the twentieth day of
February last. The tMuinesa is no carried on by the under
isrrir.1 on hi nwn acenunr. All FoK.
Uom4ula. Man h lOch, 19TJ. mh23 1m
rilHK IART.VKSIIII HERETOFORE
M. existiac between Ah Chnn; and Ah Kim in the KMiao
rant Ui-unc at the CanUia il..lel ia this city i this dar dis
solved by Biuta'il eooseiit, and the busines will hereafter be
earned on under the name and style of Ah Kim and Ab Pio.
Honolulu. March 21st, ISTt ( An KIM.
mhJ3 4t All PIO.
T AM 1IX MtVIXG I'l KCIIASED THE
JLi plant of the BAKERY U-ely carried oo by LAM YET
oucus tne patmuaire oi tne rutomr or the late proprietor.
rwrnr: vaix'e or irox in forkirv mar
KETS hatinir greatly advanced, the L"uderignt-d ar
Compelled to raise their pru.es a follows :
- 0 ch. per lb
- - IO ct. per lb.
- IO cts. per lb.
- - 'J ct. per lb.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
ARRIVAL OF THE
fin r U entitle J. A. S alkinbur-.
JLOIl SALE IIV CASTLE Ai COOKE,
Assorted Lumber, Bbls and h!f bbls Salmon,
mh'23 lin Kers of Oregon Iried Apples.
A OOD I.Vi:sT.TILiT.
WTIOR SALE CUBA l'.-0E OF THE LARQ
W Ej?T PL LU E6rABLIsl.ME.r.s on Hawaii.
mh9 Im Apply ti WALKER 4r ALLEN.
KNOW ALL PEKSOXM, THAT I WILL
pay n deW contractivl hy J.us Kivulivi I.amha.
afi-r the date of this.
LLCY tl. Till RSfON.
Nmiani Valley. March 22. IS
rpilE sniSfRlHEKS TO THE FINDS OF
A the QL't.EN'S HOSPITAL are requested to assemble at
the Court House.
On Satnrdar the Gth of April, at noon,
To consider the eJieiicy of applying for alt- rations to the
Charter, a follows :
1st That the Minister of Interior ex ojftcio shall be a mem
ber of the B-ard of Trustees.
21 That the Minister of ihe Interior may be authorized to
roske his appoiutmenis of Trustee from the public at large,
limiting the nurnher U nine.
I'er Orders F. A. SCIIAEFER,
mh9 4t Secretary.
flIHE (I I'ARTEItLV MEETIXG OF THE
JI BOARD OF TRLfTKEd of th- Uueen's Hospital, will be
hHd at the Court House, on JsATL'RIiA Y, th J:h April, im-
mcdia:ely after the meetie of the Wueeu's Hospital Society
f.aa ailjourned. IVr Order :
Dih-J 41 F. A. SCII AEFEIk. Secretary.
- THE CELLAR t'XDER Mr STORE
Capable of Storing between 300 and 400 TONS.
II. M. WlllTXEV.
fll'RIVO MV TEMPORARV ABSEXCE
mJ Iroaa .Ms Kingdoin I bare appointed C. li. LEW 11KS to
act for me by pwer of Anorney.
Honolulu, Feb. 19. 172. (.feb4)
JAMES A. HOPPER.
JUST RECEIVED EX MONTANA,
GENUINE MANILA CIGAfiS !
For Sale hy
II. I. NOLTE.
Corner yoeen & Nucanu Sts
New Hawaiian Publications!
A SrXOI'SIS OF HAWAIIAN GRAMMAR.
By W. V. AinnBii, Ute President of Oahu College.
Second edition, revised and enlarged. Price 7 5 Cta.
ENGLISH AN O HAWAIIAN PHRASE BOOK. By Rev.
A. Bisaor. Second edition, revised and enlarged.
Price 7 Crsu.
New edition of these valoal le and iodispecsahle Land
books have been issued, and are ready for sale early next
week. No persoo who has occaaioo to converse With. Ila
wiiians, should be wiihoor one or both of Uiese publications.
A few copies of
ANDREWs' HAWAIIAN OKAMMAR, and aUo of the
DICTIONARY, oo Hand and For Sale.
II. M. W1IITNEV,
a22Cia J"W.h-r in.l Eo.,1. seller.
BY C. S. BARTOW
TUESDAY, APRIL 2d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.
TI1K USUAL ASSORTMENT OF THE
STOCK OF A RETAIL STORE
Prints. Cotters, Denims, Boots and Shoes,
Casei of Kroene,
Hose of Soap,
TOHACCO AM CIC; A US I
C. S- BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ON THURSDAY. APRIL 4th.
AT 11 O'CLOCK. A. M , WILL BE SoLDi
ARTICLES OF GOOD FL'llMTL'RE !
Large Center Koa Table,
Marble Top Table, F.itt- n-don Tabic,
Chairs, Koa Cook Caf,
SUPERIOR PLATED WARE!
Tea and Coffee Pot.
Cake Banket, Tea ppoone,
Forks, Castors, Ac, &c.
LOT OF BOOKS, MEDICINE CHEST!
C S. UARTOW. Aucl'r.
For Me by Auction at the Auction Mart cf the
ON FRIDAY, THE 5th OF APRIL,
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON,
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND
i Manuel Place or Powell Plate In Palwa, In Xanana,
near the residence or Her Majesty Queen Emma, and
5 acres of Fertile and Well Watered Land !
A HWF.LLIXG IIOl'SE AD OTHEIl KHLDIXCS
thereon Held in Fee Simple, and cominandiuir a splendi.l
view of the city and valley. The finest StiawberriiS yet re-1
reived here have been produced on this lurui.
A Plan may be seen at the auction rooiu.
For further particulars apply to THOMAS IbAiiiv, me
proprietor, or li J. MONTOOMERY, Honolulu.
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
u i.. .. eriiirms w nh
-M a s -s A
In the District of Halelea, Island of Kauai.
BV VIRTUE OF A.V ORDER. ISSUED OUT
of the Supreme Court of the lhimn Iilanda. on the 4th
day of March, A. U. l7i. will be snl, at Public Auction, at the
Aut-tinn Room of C. S. Bartow, on Uueen 8:reet, Honolulu,
On Saturday, Gth of April, 1872,
AT 12 O'CLOrK, NOON,
All the Riht, Title and Interest of the Estate of William II.
i'ease, late of Honolulu, d-ceased. in and to
A Lie THAT Til ACT ofLAD,
Known by the name of IIAENA. Inland or Kauid. There are
in this land alx.nl 2.4uO Acre, of which 400 acres are available
for agricultural and gnun purposes, and the land Is well
watered, and runs from the sea to the mountain the whole
forming a desirable Estate tor investment or improvement.
Title good. A plan of the premises may be seen at the Auction
Room. For further ntrtit.'ulars apply lo J. W. AUSTIN, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of William II. I'ease, or to
C. S. BARTOW, AuctV.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE !
flMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RE EN
M. appointed teraK.rarv A.IniiiiiKtrat. r of the estate of the
late I. li. i KkAliW A , requests all persons having any
uVnogned i and all H-rsons indebted In the said estate are
. . ..... pp.iusi iur Mm ri.ia'.e. in iir-seiiL iiie Mme tn tl. .m-
K..JU. sir.i iu make luimeuiaie payment to
W. C. PA RK E
Honolulu, March 15, 1S72- Temporary Administrator.
1WILL NOT HE REM'OXSIBLR FOR
any debts cuiitracled by AH LO iu uiy name, from Una
date, as he is no lenger in our nroi.
Honolulu, Feb. 24, lS'i. YEE HAP.
CJEXTLEMEX IN WANT OF FINE SHIRTS
would do well tf. call at No. 8. Nd'AN't" STREET, op
posite Merchant Street, where a siu.ill invoice of Davies .t Jones'
cetebrateil Shirts. in hiKh numbers, direet from New York.caube
had and are to be SOLD WirilOl T RESERVE. Cloths. Doe
skins, t'assimeres. Iwmli, Ladies Cloth. Blue Flannel and
fulled White Flannel, M..lekiiis, Pucks. Drills aud Votings,
sold by the yard or manufactured to order iu style.
Merchant Tailors will oblige hy sending in their orders for
the Spring and bummer Fashions expected by next mail.
mhl3 lm ALEX. CAMPBELL, Tailor.
THE STORE AND PREMISES oc
cupies ny w. Humphreys, opposite the Sailor's Homi.
I'iMisessiiin given on the lt of Jar uary. 1S72. Apply
at the Other of
THEOD. C. HETCK, Fort Street.
FOR SALE !
A PATENT MELODV II A RMOXf.
L'M, In polished rosewood case, with eleven stona
and 10 si le pedals. The ins'.ru -uer.t is perfectly Dew, and ia
suitable for a Church or private house.
at- Apply at this Office.
MTHE HOUSE AND PREMISES ON
Nuuauu Avenue, at present occupied by V. L. Green,
Esq. Possession given April 1st.
Also, the House and Premises adjoining, possession given
imme.liate'y. For p.iriiculjrs apply 10
fc'Otf C. E. W ILLI AMS or J. II. WOOD.
THE UNDERSIGNED. FROM AND AFTER
this date, will issue Bills of Exchange and Letters of
SAX FRANCISCO. NEW YORK.
LONDON. HAMBURG and BREMEN,
ia sums to suit at lowest rates.
Best Commercial Paper discounted on the most favorable
Cash aJvsnces made on consignments if I-ltnd produce at
he rate of interest of 9 ceDt. per annum.
ja tf II. HACKFELD i CO.
A Second-Hand Billiard Table, 6 feet x 10.
In good order wtih Bai:. Rack, Cui. Counters and Pool
Board, with new Cushions and Bed.
Apply to ROBERT RTCROFT.
febl7 tf. Buffum's Hall.
PERSONS ARE II ERF. IIV CAU-
J.M. TiONF.D anai'ial an."
in their animals u trnnuii unnn
the land known as I.l MAllAl.ep the Island '.f Kau.ii. the
una'rsineii r.mrin? i -as-e.1 ihe same rr..m C. K. BISH'.'P.
All j-rson. trenpaniini; hereaf:er. w.: be procected
apMntt accor.Lni; to Uw. CHTLAN Ac CO.
Honolulu. January ;:dth. 1372. j,27 3ia
IROM THIS DATE I SHALL NOT RE
responsible fur any debts contracted iu my name without
my written order.
Haiku, rcb. gy.h, li.j. (mhlo lm JOHN TALLETT.
TO LET OR LEASE !
THOSE VERV DESIRABLE -PRKMISr.S
on the Plains known as I LL- S3
LAN I, at present occupied hy Mr. S. B.
Dole. The Dweliine House eonsiat of a !r.-
lr, inning Room. Three Bed Roums and Pantry, two large
store Room on basement ; there is also, on the land a Cottage
containing two roon, detaehed Kitchen. Servant's House,
Stablef, trc., ire , with a well of good water. Possession
given on Ihe first of Ju!y next. For further particulars
jao U tpf.lv t.. JAMlv .h i.imuX.
! SEE MY COLUMN
Not THIS, but the Other One!
ueer! Very Queer!
MV AIVKRTISIXO COLl'MX. 'V
Anchors and Chain for sa e re crowded out an-i ar
jngsi the Notions (.a Uritish Nation.) Ih-y wiil be soul
cheap, very cheap.
Funny! Very Fanny!
in my A a-rt : Column, n-y BIrl Tr;s. Bird tlnui'i
an I Lre1i C. of tii'h 1 havr a iHmaid wrimtiil,
r- crowd-.-d out. 1 h-y "ill he "U cheap, ery cLeap.
Queer ! Very Queer !
My !.:! B air', Whelplon's a-1 Cycle's arc crowd-rd oat
i . - iin i r f.tinn.
iruu'tr-osta f.,r Wire Fencing, which I w.!l f'r
ea-r.. in murk let tfcwa tne rw mim. -
-w . ... i . r 1 1 Lruir.i Cartel Wli
eti I fcive
a . . . ...i -.ni ,! i,f udiiity. t
fi r a:c, a i .:j mi t .c, ..... f - -- . - -
iM t .n t'i CirL-l for th l jiei onl
fJ rran-U, !.lew which, freight, n.arn .nJ . doty muat
oe aUJeJ to the San Kranc.aco Co.L II oaU lake a in a the
la.'iciaa to c.LUlaie the M incjrre.l by oot puram8 t-rre.
'ot Queer or Very Queer!
The Stealer Kilau-a n a iliCi.leU iuccess anJ materially aa
l :s to promote tra.le aud Jeelop the rc..urct of the K.utd
(Uruiiiblrn nutwithslaiKiing )
The "ew Hotel.
Ther- Lat a difference of opiuion .n conie.juen" of
Opt h.ho.a. I am mor.:!y certain it will be a deeded .ucc
io promoUnf tte bureau of theae fair uiaod.. and a great
UwH Keepers need not quake or ."jek a reduction
in rent. !r U.ey ..It hae their .hare from the extra number ;
of FisiU-rs to ee the wonder of t!u h..ni!l"in
Th,. National Jlutel. o much nee.l-d f-.r the opouuuiua .
our Sunny Ilan.l. Will, in conjunction w,lh otner aoiw I"--
I prieinet.n. iunuorUlize the relftu of h.a KUaMKn "ft
may he live aud reign.
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOCSE.
TIIK L XDKRSHJXEI) RETL'RXS
thank to all patroc for past favors, olicitir.
nn.irt nu.rterlv accounts to iheSlrt lumber, 13. 1.
rte-.n. g to hve .ellled without any further eff-rts U) joe par
J' mLor!, it i. perlecc b-.re to LCN and object, to ,t
Ui price bare been liberal and should te paid. It u, he
thinks, taki.ii; advantage U nature. g y ATFRnuusE.
' TO LET !
S K V K K A C O T a A fc
tO fcpfcCTABLY situated. Al. one Mansion to let,
t- 19 .. in, or, fiiii-.itain-.. in rent for iwDrvenieuU iu
Ihe sliape of shrui-s and choice trees.
Ala School Hons, crh-.p. yto WATKRH0CE
j HONOLULU ;
i STEAM SAW AND PLANING MILlJ A
I MRS. C. TOItBERT
ESPLANADE, - - - HONOLULU.
EVEKV FAC1LITV luRSAWIXG,PLA$
1NO AND TLHNINO. U
Speeia Attention Paid to Orders from House and
Firewood Sawed to Order
' aud n Slock ofSawrd Wood alwoy-
j Table Ltjs, Ltd Post.t,
I , CahlhrtshfS, tfc. tf'T.. dc,
i On Hand and Tnraed to Order on Short .Notice.
t i i vrc v I i r; r t .u a
. . . - ...i ..... Wild
I ff Kingdom Mr. CI1A?. T. OCLICK will be my duly au-;J
I thoriied Hitoruey, and will have ch-ire of my ',,-
a J. II. iH';.'it:v""
Honolulu. March 6th, 1872. sw-w mhT tf
For lrtlsiiil Iircct.
THE AMERICAN BARKENTINE
4 Jane V. ITalkinbxvrg,
Hai inij vnrt of her Ctrgo engaged, cll have Quick
JJtSjvt'Cfi JOT lit? uuuit
For frer-r-ht or pasnagc, api ly to
C ATLK & COOKE, A pents.
I I... a .. I.'i. .... r,,ll If .111
reuse- '"Ttar l ilChCl ltl n.wx
., . ' tne a..
" "louse ; lie was there
-vV Th.wlCr'T1 mr thl? os
sSSaoM U I li it1 TI A 5'"
Captain J. 11. HatCeld,
rn, .... ...... ... ..
Will run regularly on the above route, having excellent accom
modations fur passengers and freit'ht.
For Freight or I'n-sue, apply tn the Captiin on board.
or 10 inn..i ii j
T1BBKTj A; SORENSON.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
Moodiiy, April lat
April 1 llh
A pril 1 5lh
Circuit of Hnss-nii
A pril 2Hih ,
Mar t 3th
May 27th Circuit of Hawaii
Ji.ur Gth Kauai
XT PASS AGE C A S H I 1
SAMUEL Q. WILDER.
ml.2 i wl
United States. New Zealand and Australia
Mail Steamship Line.
For SAX FRAIVCI SCO !
The Steamship on or about April 6.
And Other New Zealand Porta, connecting
at Aurklnud with Slrnmrrs tor Syduey,
Melbourne and Ilriabnne, the
On or about April ti.
Dates or departure from San; Pates of Departure .'rom Ho
Francisco for Honolulu sndnolulu for San Francinco ami
Ports in New Z.-aland and for Ports in New Zealand and
On or about
Passengers hoi ked through at reduced rates to points in tfe
t nited Mat-s and to Liverpool, and also to porw iu New
Zealand and to Melbourne.
For Freight and Pasflfte, and n farther Information
Appb to II. HACKFELD i Co.. Ap'ents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
V. I1REWER & CO.. AGENTS.
Favorable nrraneenients tan i-cin h n...i. i ..
'.SS-SJCs..-' St. .rag and Mupnient of Oil, Bone, Wo. 1 Hides
and ouier .Merchandise to New Bedfi.nl, Boston, New York aud
other Eaiteru Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
fc-4 ly C. BREWER CO.
R E G U L A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER A. CO.. AGENTS.
Merrh:inili! rir.vt',l iTii igi.' vpl-l-
k.MtsMl 1 sa t Hl.li rtlHI
vSfca5S.j uixTl cath ati.-Hiict j maJf on h;rmtnt bv thi
(iV-4 ly) C. I KK'rt tH & CO.
Will run i a Regular Pack, t to the above port. For Freight
or Pm-saire apply lo
J -1a "ALKI'.R A ALLEN. Acrents.
RE (Jl IL1R l'ACKET FOR LAHAINA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Baa Regularly between This Fort and Labaina,
Honolulu SAturdays aud Labaina etery Wednesdays.
J"n U. HACKFELD ft Co.. Acents.
Regular Packet for Hanalei. Kauai. !
THE CLIl'PER SCHOONER
Will Sail as a Eegdar Packet as above.
For Freight or passive apply ta
j oi 3u
WALKER .V ALLEN
..Janusry 3, 172 ?aturd ly January 13 1S7
Wednesday. .January 31. 1S72 Satur.iny. .. February 10 l-72
Wednesday.. Fehrunry lS7J'Siturd .y March 9 li7-
Wednesday.... March il, IS'i Saturday April 6, li',2
SAT LIU) A V. MARCH 20.
tiiv M.vos roi the Mouth
1sT2 H.isoi.t li MEs iimk.
March '2.J I.at Uu.ir-.e r
Vth New M .i
lib Kirnt UartiT
210 Full Mu
2.t I.mt urt. r
TIME l' l N IIM " ETT!0.
3 li r
. , (rj r w
Mil Stiii Ri.a... iT aw
ji:tlSu:i K.. ' w
j.i ?an Him- m
nh fun K.e i w
fUU frt O I'J l"l
mis : -ta twifi
r-nti f t 6 i'i m
fan r.u 11 n
l,t Sja 11- . . . .
i- ih -. r-iiii -n lum
notks r TIIK Wl'.KIi.
Pr-vno'.- CoLLEGi:. The new term of this Instl-
tation comn.euce3 on Mor. iay next, April 1st.
' r27" Th K'danni poes t-.i Kona n-xt MouJ.iy.
' ana ob Thursday Apiil 11th, siis for Kauai.
iv The bark C,it suila for Sa:t Francisco on
Tu'es.lay next, taking a mail.
,f.ir Fip.t Returxs. The JiIoikeikit frora Miui
; . , r.;j th eteh r.f the
. ea aiuratiy. uu6m - v
, , 1 (ie fat or of
our correponilent " A Voter."
came to nana too ia;e ior tn. u-n i.
pear in the Semi-Weekly of Tuesday next.
The clipper slip Kearsarye to ail from
SatT Francisco shortly after the (J'tetn Emma lelt,
xvi'.l probably bring our next mail.
Ti!0;ks. Ours are due. and hereby tendered to
Captain C. W. Gellett. of the bark Queen Eu,mt.
for prompt delivery of our telegraphic despatches,
and files of papers," yesterday morning.
Fokf.iux JiRoits e are requested oy trie jiar-
shal to state that the attendance ot foreign jurors
drawn for the April Term of Court, will not be re
quired until further notice.
r2T The property iu Koolau sold at auction on
Vl.i rtirvl.l v List, (leasehold and freehold less than alio-
x broueht Si. 610, Mr. S. Cullen being the pur-
chaser. It is considered a tine bargain
a .1 .i..r;nii rf TTr.nf.1 tiln HavhI
.MASONIC A spt-i.a. V" "-""''":":j:
rch Chanter No. 1. will be heia tnis eveiiniB. m
7A o'clock, at the Hall of Lodge " Le I'rogres de
nceanie - V.sitiu c mpanions are cordially
. vi e
uwTiov to the Ciuiu ii. On the first Sabbath
in March twentyxpersuus were added to the Fort
Marcu, twenty bi 1 ' u . , - ,
street churcu, oi tins cuy.
.i;.,;., wakening which we reported as in progress
iiitjiv-. r-i "
several months since.
Loinivo Lumber. The American clipper ship
Syren, of Boston, is now loading the cargo of lum
ber destined f-r Valparaiso, which was discharged
from the British ship Devonshire, now laid up in
Phenomena Last Night. A very brilliant meteor
was seen Wednesday night at about 9 o'clock, and
about the same time some persons assert there was a
slMit shock of an earthquake. The natives say these
are portents of grave events coming.
. The iam? ihie.1--
-About a year ago. the lamps
of the Kaumak
thief was m
CUiniman. He w:.V the lamp-liglUer of the church,
nnd now confesses also to nave sioieu jm.-
books from Rev. Mr. Forbes
Tiif Rxisrvo The new Has pole wbieh nrrivi-d
here on the Falkixhurgh will be raised and placed
in position in front of No. 2's engine house, at 4.J
o'clock this afternoon. We hope that some of oui;
Ore companies may succeed in washing the tigiir
that is to surmount the 1 feet of pole.
(H ick Time. The Q tmi Emma hence February
Ud was 13 davs to San Francisco, arriving March
Cth.' Leaving "there on the 13th. she urn veil here'
on the rUlti, !-" days passage, having been Ii; days,,
on the round trip. This the quickest but one. orv
record, so far as we remember, tl e bark LmnrJ
i 'cah d , v of the ,
' fa,;o.n;;.e;'that tn,,-
Jtifing made the ,he Jews about the passove '
"-nee it is i.robable
TT.w.l- ..... T tn 'lie 11 IS prOOaiHC
anu wne.V'-d tup in days.
Nook and Lu.i.i:u Tiutk. The m'v"Ji .V, .
" l-rotection Hook and Ladder Gomiianv. W..L
has been a long time on its way from the l'ast. was
.i.,..u j mi, v.(,r, j,mmu vesieruay. atni will
Its' linnoil Tn.iLi tr t-x t-I..-.1I 1 .
tunity of inspecting and describing this ne'w outfit
of the Protections."
The First Whaler. The whale shir
tt . t, . , . i
Vapt. Jiariies, arrived at this port Monday mnrni
n 17. i 1'T, cr?t
Oiz. hast nine months nut. bavins Wi Vm. i',.,ir
.0- - ......... .1.1. 1.. ..j.
'uue 127th, 1S71. She reports doina verv well on th-
j tvay out, having sent home 1200 bbls sperm via Faynt
J worth say 10,000 at latest quotations.
. Good Sailing. The new schooner Uilama, which
.Bailed last week for Hawaii, has on her first passage
quite come up to the expectations of her builders
and of those who predicted she would prove a fast
sailer. She arrived oil Kailua iu twenty-six hoars
from Honolulu, which 13 traveling at a rate of over
nine knots for the whole distance. Good for Hatfield.
A Flitting of Mormons. Tt appears that there
are yet some left of tho Mormon converts among the
Hawaiiaus. The schooner Jlnnie, which arrived1
Monday morning from Kauai, brought & profess
ing Mormons, under the leadership of two preachers,
Messrs. Keoeoe and Kalalakea, on their way to the
Mormon settlement at Laie, on the windward side of
Good Templar's Ball. By advertisement in
another column, it will be seen that a subscription
ball will be given on Tuesday evening next, the 2d
inst., at liuuum s Hall, in aid of the fund of " Ho
nolulu " Lodge, No. 5, Independent Order of Good
Templars. This Lodge is mainly composed of some
of our best mechanics, and aside from the worthv i
objects of the Order to which they Lelong, we doubt
not their appeal for aid will be appreciated and
promptly met by our community. That the Templars,
since their first establishment here less than three
years ago by the organization of Ultima Thule "
Lodge, No. 1, have done a vast deal of good in the
way of reform, is known and acknowledged by all,
and every good citizen cannot but wish them God-
ihe Sheriffalty of Maui. We learn from r1ffi;4
, . ... i.e.-. , T
the hand of an assassin. Are there real, or only
i.iuciea eviis in me Luitisn rule iu India, that pro
duces such crimes on the part of the people ruled ? j
" In the House of Lords, on the 12th of February, ,
the Duke of Argyll announced that the Government
has received official information of the as-sissiuation I
of the Governor General of ludia, the Earl of Mayo,
and, with several other Lords, pronounced eulosries j
on the deceased. In the House of Commons, Mr.
Gladstone stated that on the evening of the Mh inst. '
the Earl of Mayo was stabbed by a Mahometan con- !
vict, and soon after receiving his wound expired.
Telegrams from Douibfiy announce that the assassin- !
ation of the Earl of Mayo causes intense excitement
throughout India. In Calcutta and Uombay the
murder is the universal theme of conversation, and
all business is suspended."
The Southern AVorkman. This is the title cf a
good-sized, neatly printed newspaper, issued monthly
at Hampton, Va., the first number cf which, dated
January, 172, his been laid on our table. As
its title indicates, it is published mainly ia the inter
ests of the freed men of the Southern United States.
The epecimen number is well filled -with excellent
reading f. people of any class, and its leading edi
torial is an eirne$t app.en to the Southern working
men to improve the u:i:tortunifr new nf Tt.ro I i '......
l? RjV!tnM in au .1 maten.d pn-periiy." s.
.11 lusii i uie uirin igin and .. t . u. M u siiajl
tne business editor both gentlemen who nre well
known in these Isl iti.ls, the one as a s,,,, 0f cur ji,
the other as an old resident. The present number
contains several illustrations, among which is a fine
picture cf the " H.impton Normal and Agricultural
Institute," of which Gen. Armstrong is the principal.
The terms of the Southern li'orkmun are one dollar
miiiBiuras mat m. w. omiin, tne present MienUlthat will do elsewhere in the worid. when applied
of Kau-u, has been appointed SherilTof Maui, in the$.in considering questions of immigration, have no
place jf the late 1'. II. Tread way. Mr. Smith is yet'jPplicatioii to Chinese immigration to the United
a young niau, but has gained a reputation for energy r-tates. Immigrants to America from other parts
and efiiciency on his own island iu the discharge of of the world go of their own volition, free and vol
the duties of his oflice, which his doubtless led to untary. Emigration from China lo all parts of the
the present appointment. It is but fair to say, how- j world is au organized business or trade, in which
ever, the labors and duties of the position on Maui i "ien of large capital, and hongs of great wealth,
are rather mere onerous and arduous than those of j engage as a regular traflie. by which men are'
Kauai. In this connection it may be well to remark j bought and sold for so much per head, precisely
that the present popular and ellicieut Deputy Sheriff i as il piece of merchandise is handled, at its market
of Maui, Mr. T. W. Everett, was offered the post, but value. The poor laborer of Europe applies his
being permanently and ple.is mtly located at Wai-r uwn scanty means to get to the land of promise, or
luku, he preferred to remain there to changing his j '3 assisted by his friends, charitable societies, or
residence to Lahaina, as an acceptance cf the pro-j benevolent institutions, to reach a place where he
motion would have necessitated. Indeed the large f-hopes t. have his toil properly requited, where his
population of East Maui would rightly consider it a !or will inure to his own benefit. The cooly ot
loss to their community, were their Deputy Sheriff to China is bought by the rich trader to serve his
forsake the post which he so usefully fills. purchaser at low wages for a series of years in a
j loreign country, under contract for the faithful
Assassination of the Earl of Mayo. It was PHrform'ince of which, in many instances, he gives
only last fall that we heard of the assassination of ; a lIlort-'uKt; 011 hH wife and children, with a stipu
the Chief Justice of India, and new the statement ' lati"n t!iat at ,!: enu" ,,f !j's term or service he is to
Comes that the Governor General Las also fallen bv brought back to China by his purchaser. This
.HiV'Ml. fs ... . 11 .. l ., I .
t . .. . Tl .. r.. -kilur reeetlNiI
l K A- . M.. wi.l D" U' ia
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n v;.- .. -i. L " , t i i c,l tin t !.
ha!! a.tV! on ie ..4i.-a'. Lth'
11th ic-t.. iin l r por:s line wa-.l
!. U t'uvr.- ':t th.-
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i.n.tjFil.n.l li.il ilL.O Sind K'.i.
ai K'.U 1A. . " t
LT t 1 v LeTt. .
ilil nr CoMr."-M e -re jrtiUt-l to le-.ro l y
. fr..m Jlil.i. t' at the t,e.tns b.e
relate J." an 1 the K-n au-J uuj.rieLte.1 Jruu .it
ti.:. ; ,....t...ii,tH,llir u irrv-tt rv.tvf to t!io
This is uriK-utiteiiv
t wii..t:i the pnjxvt
f ilrv ?trri:is uJ
Xvwt II. I'.. M.Vsorewcorv.-t!.- ""
IAI'2 to:;. UJ Lcre power, ut rir.-.l
Veaii.-a..y tn-.n.ip?. li vlfutn K-oi:
. - ,i i T .. ikiwI s wiili
?. 17 pur.,
t this fuTi
r.ic rAL....p.' "
i i.. ,-.v .1 .v .t e'.evi-a o''!ock
uat.ci.i l" -
The foliowin U a list of h r u:lic r :
Captain Ualj h P. Cal r. ,., ,.i
.rufriMWJ.-K. H C. UM,'- -'Ut.erbj. k
11. Oldham. t.ej. -rin.
yav. lift F.iwir.1 . OTpp.
iiruf. .Marine JUia M. Hume.
I'.V'i .'uii-RfV. K. C. Autridse.
.Su-croa KaMtioo 1 II liirioil.
f miniJ.tr-N m. H. Clvm i.
t Aer ticint"- -Tno. W l.lai.tt.
SaLiu.-Kd. P. Tompkins.:,. A Stf.
.,lAime-i:a. F. Tyacke, J. U.U:ir.t. C. J.1rof . F.
P GraTri. J- U. P. TU:ukcU, J. A. M. 1 ra r, Kegiu.1 de
. la P. IJ- Peire.
.Var. .XiJ.iipmin II. F. I - S":.l.
JiSt. Surytnn John Jeaui"-es.
Ant. I'aimater Win. J - K.lrvy.
tSm.r.-Wm BaU. Joha Ta ior, F. W . IU1 r.
' uunnrr Freiienrk Tuil.
C(rrk F.d. J. J. U t'isidif rd.
Jst. Cltri I W. T1 r.
BijMu"iin Wm. Donahue.
Carptnter Alfred Evan.
H. I. Russian Majesty's steam gunlioit Tungns,
' arrived ye-terdiy tnoruins, 4'. days from Valparaiso,
i en route for the Amoor. She reports having met
' with light winds nearlv the entire passage, which
; was made under sail. The 7Vi?u is an iron screw
' vessel, of GO horse-power, an J carries lour puns,
I a crew of forty-two men. The following is a list of
. ier officers :
; commander Grcerh.
Lieut t naiits Kokintch, Lar;.li,
M.ik-irofT, (aiti'S Tay-
Emjineer RouuiiHUZ jIT.
SuTijfon Korxa. in ii.
1 Captain Jinks, who is always "
wanting to know"
! about most everything, inquired of us last W edn.-s-I
dav whv the -Meteorological Tables were not pub
i INhed a's usual in the L'tUuble of that date? tur
""V " .i ... l.n.l nt n in the
oniv answer was. ut-uu.-i- , ,. ,
Ai.vertiskr of the Saturday p. evu.i. . Jink
prt,.d himself satined. Then h he ca ne
anJ p;tiJ tlul 1:e laJ WeU tolJ, 1 n1, , n I
able had left out the ileteoi K.fcMeal lhle, nnd
j wanted to know " why T we promptly info n d
. . , , .n....,,,,,,, Teleci ains took up too
much room, and the 1 ab.e La 1 to l e
lie went out enlighten, d. A little inter mime
handed us. " Sir : Will you oblige me by setidmg
word why it is that the ! liable has not published
the usual Meteorological Table this week? e re
plied, " Sir : Ttiev were left out becau.-e all hands
were too busy setting copy ' from the 1 . C. A .
Vow these three happened to meet during the day,
and each quoted the answer give him as -'author-
" it v " I-aeh lelt sure he was right, auu uiumj -i
paroxysm of fury they all clattered into our sunc
I ttiiu to demand our explanation, or gore. Heaven
i only knows what would have been our fate, had w tf
. J ..... . i i .... ... :......!.. tin. fi'ip
suggested llial lliey nan oenei niiii
-kil ;T 111 frttZtUH I.L11UI',
1 tlli propositi, iu
j fl.,y s paper.
I'll? CoiilUi Trallic.
Mn. KniTon : Time was when to commence an
urticle with this caption would be to call down up
on one's head the anathemas of a very large, und
I may also say, a very respectable portion of our
island community ; when the honest find conscien
tious efforts ot an individual to ameliorate the con
dition of the viciims of the dealers in th" - article
man." wete styled "" I'liilanihi opy on the R un
page," by journalists who laid claims to respecta
bility; but I trust that time has so tar tempered
J ' . . ,. ;il.
i judgment that even tliose wi.o sy inp.uui.. - i"
j tbtraflic will dispassionately read the following
extracts from the corresp-ne, of David I .
' .t ,y. (United Slat, s C';-' ,l 8 - . 'ong with
that "10U'f ." PC,,t "P"11 Mre-
Itiat , tvnmrt Snvn Imm n ov.v...w.. I
. i eu,n would save traveling extK-nsert bvoomn...
I t-uiciue ueiorc tliey sr.-.-ifc
As this wieke.l
i g"t'S, a man bad Jnsiil at Hong Rdoat than
the State nep'an..ieiit at Washington, I). J.
!'T q"ute ,!ie C""su,s rcuiarka with -
out an additional word or comment.
Letter of April 7tli, 1ST 1.
. 1 ....... ... I. ... . -1 . ...
ii.ii- mi-iioii.n io mi warn you too willj
I in inclosuie (No. 1 ) containing an elaborate and re
m tiK'able decision, iust delivered bv Chief .lniir.
r-uiuie oi u:e supreme Uulirl ol this colony, in a
habeas corpus cas.- involving the legality vi '.he
Macao coolie trade.
" I have said the decision is remarkable, and it
T. . i .. . ... .... . . .
is. ijir-i, uecttuse in eiieci li declares that ships em-
pioyeu iu me .uacao trade are engaged in piracy ;
1 ... . i. i. : i . .... . J.
.-i-luuu. w Miiu .-uip am Muve-siups engaged iu
the slave trade."
' The Chief Justice takes very high ground, very
bold. und. of course, many contend very dangerous.
The decision-speaks for itself, is complete in itself,
and therefore it, is not proper that I should enlarge
on it in this dispatch. 1 will say. however, that the
whole coolie trade of China, at .Macao. Jloiit? Kona-
j and elsewhere is so full of fraud aud all sorts of
iniquity as to make necessary fume such startling
decision to arouse western civilization to :t sens? of
its duty concerning this new and infamous slave
' If Great Britain sustains the deci.-ion of Chief
Justice Siuale, the Macao coolie trade, with all its
enormities, will be at an end ; but as this traffic is
exceedingly profitable, and getting money is the
dominant passion, at least in this part of the world,
it will only shift its base, and re-open under color
of a new aiiihoi ity and disguised with a front of
more seeming decency. Already I am informed
negotiations are pending for the cetablishmefit of
extensive barracoons at Canton, and the opening ol
the coolie trade at that port under the auspices of
the Chinese Government."
Utter of April 2oth, 1ST1.
" The subject of Chinese ernie-ration
from this port to the United States, has claimed my
careful thought and patient investigation for the
last four months, with a view to get at the facts,
and to understand it iii its surroundings and beai
imr tl .-1k.i.. i.i. ; ., i..
" ....... v. hu niiuiiiaiy. iiiiies
vw....... . ... .-.-,. .j it .... 1 iiiioiitii j 1 is, iieu im 111
the United States and elsewhere at a large advance,
and is a source of great profit to capitalists who
have the means to buy and fell large numbers of
men. This contract, iu the United Stales, is n
doubt null and void, but nevertheless the roolie
will comply strictly with all its terms, a copy of
which in Chinese characters is always in hi pos
session, and this he will do because his purchaser
holds his household Aire? in the land to which he
always hopes and expects to reiuin. in pledge for
r-dnti'il id l,. .1 l.i- ll,u .1....1 t .l. 1 : ......
tae Milium peri jimance ot his bonds. The central
1 idea of a Chinaman's religion, if he has any n-ligim
i at all. is that of tho worship of the tombs "of his a 11-
cestors. The superstitions of rung-Shusy domi
nate htm wherever he innv- he in the wori'd. Tin-
: subtile mysticisms of Chi:
isms of China so Ptranirel v Covem all
; its people in
their social. political7ai.d iitiA.-i re- 1
ligious life, are as a ho.k in his nose, b? which his
1 1 .. .
. purchaser controls him at all times and in alt
! places : and thus this relation of niasier and q;iasi
slave, no matter how many miles apart, is welded
I hy the mystical links of religious superstitions,
family ties, and lights of ancestral tombs, which
control and regulate the reciprocal duties of trader
and couiie in the home land.
" T he means of obi lining coo'ies are as various
a- the ingenuity of man can devise, and are as cor-
itipt a.- Sue .-i -. ntive to large gains can stiin-ilate
and inveur. Men and boys are decoyed by all sons
.t tii.k-. oj i i:es. und illusory promises into the
h .writs of the trailers. j:tCe in the clutches of these
mau -dealeis. by a sy -tcm of treachei y and terror
ism, connived at by the local Chinese authorities,
whose chi. f business in life is to ' squeeze '' the
people, the stupi'ied coolie i over-awed into mak
ing a contract under such Chinese influences and
surroundings as give it a sacredness of character
nowhere !- kiioim in the world. I'mm that mo
merst he is the mere t....l of the rich
!: 1.. j: '. II
t ..Hi. I !.' t -t ! O I V i
i;...:t l.i ; -t.uH t!.
i!i n:ul xi' lit ... it-" K ' "."
. iv,lL:t'.:o:i i i;iil r.. "I' ij
t,." m.-.im--l t' i:.-t ! any U '-r.
Th" .il'-vi- h ,i iihti- outli.i" (h.- yt.-:n. nil I
i- the p-:u-r?
.1 rn'n' that ci.i.-.i- t. t u--
r.!i Arm r i i.W- ''" 11 ' 'I 11 ll
, i-i ..tn.' Hli'.vUM-. tii"l" Hl
ttf run' app
tl... I'n-tf-i .-.j'
ar.'l vt)'..;!.'..: '
J ) ('!.i:.' mi
i. .. that ti.Tf l
i : ra:r.n : tut it i
i ? r 1;
v tn -
II W. ll'i'l t.
tl ,'.'... h t. r- .j :i'
!';i v to -J.r:i! t i
. i 1 1.1 :i fi
ll .. Ill ;'.. iii:!iiiJ''
iiiijruti -l). ... .
I l..ii-- t!.? thi- rnifl'.' in !-.itr.-T i- --
c.-.-.i rc v pr.--.;:it''..-: I Lr'l'oi I f.Hiii.'t .-x-ct
th-it uriTthir. that L.i-.p-r it. Ly in v c.-.: i"ti
.i " : . .. l l I... t.r. u i: h l( f IlH'll il.-Uli-ri
t.r i-ii.ci.i-i-. "in ("("" . . ...
t.r wi;h the !v.: i.T.-L iu: t'.uCm J u.i l ,
. ...i -. i - 1 ,1 .i f .r h.i LtiS- ,
pro:;t'.lie rvt-i . t'ouy i . aim ......
ual.-a -vfrv oi.e ! I--is .-t "! P t:,-" "
.. ti I.- H..it.-iJ th.il I Mil l'Uit.tiir ol.t.ii.i. i '
iathe wavof c,t.irn. ce. I wi'-l eii-U-a-or to Jo j
tlJV ilutv let tbe c..t;se,,uet.ceS cute fr thetn-elveii. .
.,,, ,....,.-.. uhi.-h la
U r iu c-Liect the Loi:is' and x"iiu.: 01 i:i-. i '";-
l'.wi 111 lull .Li7iav n r .it '- c -
. .... 1..M I, ml.-
i I ...i r r. run
i;:ni:..:i uu.i h-iiiiiiiic i
.. a r,t in 1'Vi-rV '.
.... 1 !.... ..i.l... ....t.lltl.'l rf N All 11.. .V 111, I
. w. .,-..r4- .
ioi ve co-jperai;i.i;i aim -in - ' ,
p..ihle lawful uv ; but if commerce il.-.namls at
- . , . ' . if .n.l.u inr .
mv hand assistance in a new muurvi
men. differing from the African ulave-irmie in
lit lie else than the employment of fraud Instead of
force to make its victims captive.' I will tn-i leiui i
; mv- aid to build up its nefattou traflic. n- r bow to
the behests of the great houses that are iuteresteu
! iu forcing this great wrong.''
j Utter of May 12th, 1TI.
I It is now my painful duty to etate
! that, notwiihi't.indinir my "earnest protest against
' her ship IkUrt- I'gartt) being permitted to re
load with coolies at Macao, the governor of that
colonv. contrary to the spirit ot hi letter to me of
Api it'24th, allowed the ship to resort to tho sub
1 tet Inge of changing her name to that of the Am
', Juan, and her Bag to that ot Fern, nnd thereupon
. to load btJj coolies for C'allao. She sailed Irotu
I the Roads ot Macao with her carjro ol human be
'. ings on the 4:h iiistant. Bat a dreadful catas
; tiophe awaited her. Providence H-ems to have net
her apart to stun k the nations w no new i.... .v..
that shall startle them to their duty iu suppressing
this infamous slave trade. On Saturday, the Clh.
the ship wa discovered to be on Ore in the hold,
where the coolies were kept. The captain states
that, with a view to save his own and his crew 8
lives, he battened down the hatches on the passen
ren and took to the boats.' The ship was burned
to the water's edge, and with it over Cut) victims
of this atrocious traffic In men."
I Letter of June 10th, 1S71.
I .. VittwithHtaudinir the fact that th
crew of the ship Oo!ures I'arte) lauded at Macao
a few hours after the disaster, and remained there
tor weveral days, nothing whatever appears to
hive been done toward investigating the cause ot
the burning ot the vessel. This strange inertness
.....mini- k, terrible an adair call be explained
,.M ti,.. iii-m. thesis that silence is a mantle best
fitted to hide ii barbarism' that publicity might
expose. Although a number of the surviving
coolies, and some of the crew, have tome to this
colony, the officials here seem averse to take pub
lic action in the matter, though singularly enough
h secret investigation has been had before one of
the magistrates; for hat purpose, and with what
resnlts. I am unable to accurately state; I pre
sume, however, with a view to ascertain whether
the facts would authorize the colonial government
to order a public inquiry. .
On learning that borne of the crew had arrived
here, and tearing that the matter would be allowed
to sink into oblivion, I at one secured their at
tendance at my consulate to give evidence con-
rnillir tilt? deplorable rvent. Yon will find their
lie inrlosure herewith.
Von will observe by the statements, both of the
coolie and crew, that although they do not agree as
to how the nhip was fired, yet they do remarkably
concur in stating facts and conditions that leave no
reasonable doubt that this is verily the slave trade,
and that the IMorm I garte was n i,lave-ship en
gaged in carrying "laves in contravention und de
fiance ot the slave trade treaties. One of the wit
tie 's. Albert Herker. one ol the crew, sums the
whole matter in a nut shell, wh.-n be says, in nub
stance, that the captain had seven coolies on board
that he had fcoit.i ii j'lirate . rulatiou. This
pregnant statement is coiiOrmed by other wit
nesses." Letter of K'-ptemhi-r 12lli, 171.
... I have the honor to inclose an official
.i-imiminieiitiiiii from the colonial secretary ot this
colony (Hong Kong) with accompanying docu
nw.niw r-niie.-rnincr the shit'tneilt of cooltea hence to
the United States by Mr. (ieorge F.. Fayne. A large
,riii hi of tl... eoolies relerred to in the registrar
u - i - i.,,.r:,!'s letter had undoubtedly- been inveigled.
me kidnapped, by the coolie broker i.ai-ou
A 1. 1 learn, a notorious Macao dealer in hu
. ii-inii itidv. the coolies all escapei
wi 1 a iimii . j n
induced him l'iliC 1,111,1 ( """)
and s.X'T 157 40, he j,;. berore I ri.peat
who is aS; paying imn ys. . 5 top.full of fraud, cor-
from the vessel, (irest to the innocent old gentlem.i?,f Proton water running nhort. T
and are now at libcrtjJ.i the draft was a fraud. " Well," j nnn,ritio,'jc tuvir tlootion.
noekc! rV1', ilCTti,th tl.cIlritiHh Kmrt,. I-tcl
runtion. and th most . I.rt: 1 VrfT. fi;a.,,J1. " ."'J ' I
iiiinioii. niiii int. mosi miii-ii ir. .. .nnw
ti , . .".ui
muv nuove coi lesponuenco win dp read with o
much interest at this time and by its publication
you will oblige, Yours, J. O. Carter.
Twelve Days Later.
Arrival of theQueen Emma!
(r.y the arrival of the Hawaiian bark Qtr-en Emmir
alid the politeness of Capt. C. W. (leliett, we arij
ia receipt of full files of San Francisco papers 10
tbo 13th inst., and also telegraphic dispatche
specially to the Advertiser, which will be found
The American dispatches are full of the Erie
Ilailroad imbroglio, aud the following paragraph
from the S. F. Jiall-liu of the HJth will give in brief
an idea of the state of the affair:
When Fisk was killed, shares in the I'rie Rail
road advanced, under the impression that horiester
management would follow, and the profits of the
roan no longer De 111 great part monopolized by
a ring. Ever hincethe outraged stockholders have
been watching their opportunity to oust Jay (lould,
the President of the Company, and .simidy the Ex
ecutor ot Fisk's will, ho long as that arch depreda
tor was on t-arin. t;a the MM umlaut hi nirel tors
erjuested him to call a meeting to consider meas
ures for restoring the credit of the road. He took
no notice of the request. Thereupon the Vice-
re.-ldeut was requested to, and did, call a meetinr.
at which a majority of the Direciors. desnitt. the
unlawful intimidation attempted by (lould's police
men, filled Vacancies HI the JJourd With rMIC-ll lne
us Gen. Dix. McClellali. W. W. Slieiman. Win. If.
Travels and (Ien. Divers. They next removed
David Dudley Field, as counsel, and elect-d Dix as
resident, w ho took forcible possession of the Com
pany 'j oflice, (lould fleeing in alarm from the scene.
1 his fmp d &tat is meant in the direction of honest J
management, and is just us impoiiant to the rail- j
road interests and business integrity nf the country !
as the breaking up ol the Tammany gang w..s to the I
cause of good government and political morality. '
1 he sympathies of IiouoruMe men every wheie are ;
with lien. Dix and his Direciois. Gould showed n i
disposition to resist the law. but has finally resign- !
ed und has been thoroughly outflanked. Tweed, i
Fisk and Gould, who seemed so invulnerable in 1
their viilany a short lime since, have indeed ni'-t a
sudden Nemesis. Honesty beginning to look up. '
New Voi'.K. Mu ch 'l - '.i p. m. Gould h is ju-t j
resigned the Presidency if Erie, at a brief meeiing j
which the Doard 0 Directors held. General Sickles i
Washim;to-, March 12. The statement of the
public debt and liaUm-e from June IfCII. to
December .'II. 1 s 7 1 . shows that tin yearly reduction
to.Iune 2i. i sTo. was ! u7.77:,7s; ; to June lid,
lf-71. was l:;u.7:k1.1 17 : and from Jui.e i;u. to De
cember 31. Is71. w;is SlC lalSiM : -bowing a total
reduction of the (J.-bt since June '.','). Afl'.'J. to be
2C:..olG.lJ'j. The piincipal of the public d bt
on December 31. 1;71, Was J.36.7l0.0D,.
The Medical (.,fiirimi.sii)n find :
: i.ormor. i.-ie n-numi m the yue.-fi, s..u.e. hut an
1 eutfiu-i.i-tie retiiin. O'Connor i- iv tl.it he n.-d '
i an unloaded pi,d b.-cau- he only tv.nti to ;
! f i irht-n tlif- Q!,.-Hfi t s-iiri his rlfcurrit'rit. Mr 1
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J borne estate, has withdrawn from his case. He has
i been arrested and conveyed to Newgate this morn
j iu the Tichhnrr.e ca-e, this m irtiing. the counsel
j f..r the r l.ii,n:.':t uiiuottnued that his client had le-
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ci led. in vi-w of :l,e jury saying Monday, that they
had sufficient evid-.-nce whereon to base a verdict, to I -
witti'Iraw his case before the court. After tl.U nn-
nouncement. the defence nkeil for the anest of the
claimant on the charge of perjury, and to fix his
bail at ."jO.(juo. A warrant was issued for his ar
rest accordingly. The claimant was not present at
the court, and it is believed he has fled.
London. March 11. The Financier savs that the
American fJovei ntnent. after mature deliberation,
has resolved to present its counter case to the Ge
neva Tribunal on the loth of April, in accordance
with the terms of the Treaty of Washington, if the
Eritish arbitrator should not be present and imdst
on proceeding to arbitration regardless of the pro
. lest and withdrawal of Great Enfahi.
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of the rogue in bank notes, however. wei but
Uitle compared with the forgerle In Kti-Mafl rail
way shares. Over half a million rouble worth Ol
these forged railway shares were nei.-d in o"
at one time, and almost n large amount" in Ji'"
cow and St. Fet.-rsbiiig. The Kussiun secret po
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cities, as well to i.onuou. to unei u -.
forgers, if possible.
New Voi:k. March 12. A Matamoraa uespaicn
reports the recapture of Zacatecas by Uorn lo. c
tine in corjanciion with the troop- from (lutupju-
ato, under command oi .anciH oun . 7,
more.l that Trevino was defeated nnd wounded ,
thtt Mrtine7.. Narraujo and Uadena were taken
prisoners, losing their artillery and ammunition.
Uanales. Governor of Tampieo. has ordered t.ue
rerro to leave the Slate, or he will compel Mm.
LITEST 01 "'BUSHED lllSi'AKIIES.
By Hfstfrn Inloo TflfgrapU Co., Sb Tr-ntNco.
(snXUI. TO THE PACIFIC CoVMUlCIAl. AllVrilTISFIt
Torn., Kansas. Murrh 12. The Supremo Coutt
yesterday m-1 aside the verdict In the Medlicott
case, nnd ordered a new trial, mainly on the
ground that the lower court admitted teatlinony aa
to the dying utatetnent of Kuth Ihe iiiiirden.l ina.
A young man named John Wallace was "hot and
killed by a Mr. Harvey in Salin.t lnl night. Wat
lace was mi a cpree und wade a nol lie fori' liar
Tey's door, wheieupon the latler idiot Litn. Har
vey had to be guarded to prevent tho ni"l from
Philadelphia. March 12.---About 800 rmployeea
on the Camden and Amboy Kailroa.l "truck yca
terday on account of the non piiyineiit of wagea.
The hlrikers thieatened the men H-cured to takn
Ai.hant, March 12. In Investigating tho print
ing triuids, the chalnuan of ti e printing ConiiniUcw
last year testified Hint tho Mate ptiiilen, Wid.
I'arsons & Co., gave him pii Henfe lor favors, at tho
a t t 9 i xt
cloao of the nessioii. 1'aiHoiia paid nun .ow.
Denuison testified that I'arnona paid Llm f.i.tltlO,
I'arsoti- waa call-d upon to testify, but Lad gem
New York. March 12.--Washington dlxpatcli
a at- . ..1 1tA...v .l.w.'l.t.a.l I rt laiWtll Ik
H IVK rtT.llCn! alii JiCIiUUin una -
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senator, propably Tipton, to Cincinnau 10 roim-r
with the leadeiH of the liberal llepublican. Mim-
ner, Trumbull. Schurz, l entoii und Tipton, hav
had repeated confereiici-n. and have agreed not to
abide by the action of the Philadelphia Convention
if it nominated (Irani, but will look to Cincin
nati for a candidate. Sumner is nnderatood to favor
Davis. A combination U forming lo make Senator
Scott the candidate for Ihe Vico 1'ieaidency, ao aa
to make a vacancy ia tho l'eunsyl vania Ken it to lor
Forney and other Senatorial aspirants in Hint State.
Several business men Interested In tho general
order business Kay that the ex actions of I-eet
and Stocking continue just an they did before Col
lector Artbur'a new regulation. It Is undendoofl
that A. T. Stewart & Co., are going to Him Led ami
St icking for over charges.
On account of the little rain which hasralleii thla
season, there Is a serious probability of tho supply
ispatch states that Col.
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Ql-fdec. March 12.
W. II. Brown , Notary, and "hTgu.iL31. l?w T. E 11 J? t
escaped with a hundred thousand dollars, which he
held in trust for clients.
New York. March 12 (JouM still remains Erin
Director. General Sicklca denies that the present
movement is in the interest of tho Atlantia aud Great
Western Railroad Company ; on tho other hand tho
representatives of the Combined American Stock
holders protest ngaiiifct Hie movement, declaring that 'L
it ia in the interest of the Atlantic and Gniat M'. yf.rn 4
Company, and is taken with a view to bring about
the sjieedy election of directors. It is stated that Ly
Gould's resignation all legal disputes will Le amioablj
settled. The liar Association latt night deputed a
committee to proceed to Albany, to urge the passage
of amendments to the Code cf Procedure.
Chk ;a;o, March 1'J. Washington ejecial buys,
the .Secretary of the Interior having referred the
question of the proper construction of the law fixing
the Eastern terminus of the Union Pucifio Railroad
to the Government directors, the latter have made b
unanimous rej;rt, which, after a full review of tLo
case concludes that the terminus tiiobt be at ( Wicil
Muffs, instead of Omaha. The opinion closes aa
follows : " The provixionsof said agreement, with all
others tending to change ihe Eastern terminus of sai l
road from the eastern to the western side of the Mis
souri river, or tending to shift the refpousibilily of
maintaining eaid Union Pacific bridge from said
Company lo its connecting lines, we find to Le la
direct and palpable violation of its charter, and
detrimentul to the interests of the public."
A dispatch from Richmond, Pa., says there is
trouble there growing out cf the tyrannical disposl
lion shown by the Postmaster there-, one Mu$ Van
Lew, to her BtiljOrdiuatcH.
New Yohk, March 12 The news of the over
throw of the Erie ring wems to be recti to-1 every
where With MitifcfaCt ion. This morning's papers
regard the results of yesterday as a great triumph in
the interests of honesty and reform. The Herald
says no conjt-tie ttat has resulted iu more entire suc
cess siriei; the famous one of the 2J of December, at
Paris, whi-n tho Assembly was db-.Holted and tho
leaders transferred from their l-ds to prison cells.
It ad Is a few days will disclose a history of profligacy
and crime that will astonish even those who had
appreciated the character of the Erie ring. The
ll'ortJ thinks it useless for Gould to attempt to
make any resistance to what has been accomplished.
The Trihune says, the Legislature should at once
order an election for directors, and rut action bevond
any question of doubt. At a lute hour last tilcht.
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'J'l!-1 ly tempteil to abstract from
tIie saf,? t,ltt t,Hsof tliC Cornjittfiy. which were takeu
rir.aonavli - .n r.f Ktf ti.A rou I C a
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fer W41C takeu. but auL.se.juer.tlj recovered.
lt is said that the amount which Jy Gould Las not
accounted for of proceeds of stock and earnings of
Erie is enormous.
After the new Dirf ctors of Erie took possession cf
'"' rtA,ns yesterday. Jay Goul 1 sent a letter to them,
fferinz to ilace his resienntion in lb l.on.1, ,f
Horace Gretley, on condition that the other directors
do likewise, and a new BoarJ be formed. Gould
promises to make a legal fight against the new men.
It is stated that friends of the late James Fisk are
rejoicing at the smash up of Gould, who is reported
to have been for the past year the real enemy of
Fisk, and also that Gould has tried to cheat FisVa
widow out of certain stock of the Elrnira Rolling Mill.
A piano was Imdly injured in New York
fallin.' twelve fW-t upon n colored innn.
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