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BY E. P. ADAMS.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE.
BT UIHrCTIO.V OK T. CRAWFORD
M 4CDOWILI-, th sAortgage Based In a certain la
denture of Marrrr dated tb Lt day of May. a- a H79
sad y BawahiM (a) ia mM T. Craafird Maerfoweil.1 sea
directed to Kll at Public A action oa 04TCRD Y. I be 27th
day of Brjxmbr, 1S79, at 12 o'clock M-. at ay a lea roots ia
Hoontulia, aU tbae two spans or parcel of land Ijlog and
bsrtct annua it UavaSaaioa. Ialaad of M ni, B. I , end more
(ally deeenlwHt in Royal Patent Wo. 27S2. containing ia all
ahonl 14-100 acres, together with lb spperteneaces to Ihe
aid described lands belong ing or la anjwiaa appertaining.
27 E. P. ADA MS. A oefr.
IMPORTANT TO PLANTERS!
LARGE SAIE OF
MULES &, HORSES!
BT ORDER Of
Messrs. O. W. Macfarlane & Co.,
for accooot of Mesa-. BO VYLKY BR0.S. Ban
Francisco, I wiU ar-ll
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 6th.
At 12 o'clock 34., is Croat of my Balesroca,
Young Kentucky Bred Mules,
Tbe Floral ever Imported.
8 Handsome American Horses,
Stallion BASSWOOD !
I ill Keatacky Jack,
1 llae Spaalsk Jack.
I F1a Callferala Jcaaet,
1 JPuro Jersey 33 nil,
1 Elegaat Fslllsg-tep Reckawa),
3 llaaaee-e Twe-Sfat Brack Hageas,
4 Tap Ksszlrs, t 0pi Essies
! Scti Deahle IIaraes, 10 Sets Slsgte Ilararss.
The abov Carriage vera aad by B. Z. BRIdOfl At CO..
AssesSory, Mas I the Baraesa by tae celebrated Baker, B,
HTXL, Concord, Sew Haaapshir.
Km P. ADA Ml. Aael'r.
Pacific Iron Works,
IAX f BASCISCO. MAMCf ACTCSBBa OF
Sugar Mills, Engines, Boilers,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
In Connection icilh Sugar Flints.
Far Price and Tersss, apply ta
E. P. ADAMS,
Ageat tf tbt Hawaiian Island.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or ether part of tbe lalaada.
DESIRING FURNITUR I
-''"' CAN BATS THIIR '
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. E. - i OA MS. Qaeea Street,
who ha ear CeaeripUre Cataiofno with Pricea.
OJf HA 1ST D !
it Stara af L. If. UOPP, Klag St..
Black Walryit Bedroom Sets !
Black WaJaal aulebnarda.
Black Walaot Dinin Chairs.
Oak Cane Beat Dioina; Chain,
Cedar Bedrooaa fleta.
Plae Bareaaa, c. , , Ac.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
mnc cxnr ricned in sotv pre.
Ml FAR1U to All Orders tar Complete betla of Baa-aUaa
Frraa, aoaaoaoleil, on abort aotiea.
rric $t.00 far tar Sett af 113; ar laaallcr actta af
ii, 19, $3.00; ar 30, tS.OO.
Tha apeclaMna are beaatifally Breaerved. retalsl-i( their aat
aral greea, aad aMot of tha earleiiea bavea porooo of the root.
Oreert far Malllaa; M ( laclde Paalaft.
ahl THQg. O. THRCM.
BT HAWAIIAN BARK -LIL41V fr.aa
80 Eead of Very Pine Mule,
Tbo barge aad beat arofeea auiaaala trer Imported bera.
31 Head Jersey. Alnerney and Durham
COW, at ana-half lac price ot Iboee prertooaly Imported
3 Splendid Bulla,
Of different pedigree.
8 Pine Horses,
DrlTinf aad Riding-.
. BorrW-a. Rorkaa-aya. narnesa. Whip, e., all froca the
flna of Bow try Bros , ao rranciaco
ep( . O. W. MACFABLA!at CCHAp-oti.
AT K A LI II I l airare n.mmrm.
ST J A TV.klml Berkshire Pir. of the 1
t" i. f rnmn Prince. Boblee and Xambo laaiiliesi
aw ready loc aae and tor aale
1 Berkshire Baar, 10 maatks ala!, $12.
1 Berkshire Baar, 12 ataathj aI4, $12.
Both af these pig vera awarded the Bileer Cop at tbe Sac
raaaenta State Fair by the Cnaaaiiuea on Swine.
Price af Berkshire Ptg $20 ta $100 each,
aacnrdla, to Bomber, aire and condition, being about one half
tat prfc charged ia the Xastera State tor thoroughbred
"Ptrtfe wishing pig can kar orJer now, a 16 litter will
enaa ia la Jaly and August next. Address,
A. UKRBKRT. Hawaiian Hotel.
Ne Plus Ultra Spring Bed
ONLY FIFTEEN DOLLARS
& Cheap thai all can. have U, and yet
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
BY C. S. BARTOW.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27,
AT lO O'CLOCK. A. M..
BT ORDER OF TOE rSITED STATES C0XSFL,
Will be sold at Public Auction, at tbe bniUicg formerly oc
cupied by the late G. W. BROWN, situated byood Smith'
A LOT OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHING.
Tool Cheat. Camphor Truaki. Clock, Bridles, etc.
C. S. BARTOW, Aoct'r.
BUILDINGS AT AUCTION
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,
At 12 o'clock M, will be offered for sale by Public Aoc
tioo, at the Fort Street School premises, Ihe
TWO WOODEN BUILDINGS !
On tbe Dolron Lot, recently parcbaaed by the Board of
Education, situated on the sooth side of School St.
C.8. BARTOW, Anct'r.
Friday, October 3d,
At 12 o'clock, M., in front of Salesroom, will be sold.
BALANCE of RETAIL STOCK,
Assortment of Dry Goods,
And a Variety of Other Goods.
JKHKLKV Lot of Gold and Plated Jewelry, Walche,
Sets, Rings, etc Also.
CHOICE LOT Of GROCERIES Tins of Meats,
Sardine. Buxe of Tea, Boxes of Candles, Tins of Jams,
Table Frails. Bottles of Sauces, Bags of Brown fug at, Ac
Also, Cases !Poxtei?
C. 8. BARTOW. Anct'r.
"Voliialle Tie til Estate.
sejO Er e. aire of C. 8. BARTOW.
ATJCTIOBI SALE !
AT WAILUKU, MAUI,
On WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8th,
Will be offered. If not prerloasW diepoeed of at Private
Bale, the valuable property of T. J. MOSSMAS, which Includes
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
NEW DWELLING HOUSE.
All of which Is situated la tbe central business part of Wailaka
A fuSO oa the same day, a
Large & Great Variety Merchandise
CONSISTING IN PART AS FOLLOWS:
Clothing, Prints. Boots and Shoe, Saddles.
Blankets, Tobacco, lUta, Shawls,
Stationery, Patent Medicines,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
HEAVY SILVER-PLATED WARE.
Groceries, Hardware, Paints,
Water-proof Flannels, Merinos and Cobourgi,
Aid a Ceaeral Assrtmeat af Dry Goods aad other
jlercaaadlse too Taritd to partltalarize.
XT tot farther particulars apply t
an9 tf T. J. M OSSM A Ilooolulo.
A Full Cargo of
BARK "STORMY PETREL,
Which will be tffered for sale on very liberal terms, at the
Repte. O. W. MACFARLANE A Co.
" IHE SAN FRANCISCO MERCHANT"
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Published in San Franciico, CaL,
Every Xr-iclay Morning.
Especially devoted lo tbe Grocery, Tobacco, Provision.
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ASST. OF CARRIAGES !
Top Buggies, (Dexter Side-Spring,)
Open Buggies, Rockaways,
and Concord Wagons,
All of Brigg A Co.'s sake, now on Exhibition at the
t torts of
6. W, MACFARLANE & CO.
ALK, A FEW TEKY FINE HAND SEWED
SINGLE & DOUBLE HARNESSES!
From the Celebrated Jl snofket ores, HILL A CO. Allot
the very latest and best style.
AUO, A FKvT
Splendid 13fz&y 'Wliips
seI3 O. W. MACFARLANE Ac CO.
TtSEO. 11. DAVIES
OlTers for Sale,
TI CARGD NOW LAB
The Fine Iron Clipper Ship Gleniffer
A FULL ASSORTH'T OF ENGLISH PLAIN
FM GOODS, fOTTO.XS, WOOLLEXS,
Blood Wolfe & Co.'s Ale and Porter,
Wines and Spirits,
Iron of All Kinds,
Roofing, T Rails,
. Clarifiers, Etc., Etc.
THEO. PI. DAVIES.
DOWNER'S AND THE PRIDE OF THE
WEST 1 Fire Test.
ac BOLLES A CO.
ASC lib AND SlbTlN8. FRESH AXD
in rrfeet order.
r ' ,.i att t..
For Portland, O.
TBB FAST 8AILISQ BARKENTINK
Jane V- F'alltinljiTi-gr,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
se27 CASTLE A COOKE. Agents.
For San Francico,
The American Schooner Yacht
4 Clans SpreckelV
TON SCHMIDT, Maater,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or passage, apply to
e27 rrM.O. IRWIN A CO., Agent.
REGULAR DISPATCH LINE.
FOR SAIV FRANCISCO
The Favorite American Bark
X. O. MURRAY,
N ORB 1 3, MASTER,
Will llaie Qolck DUpatch far the Above Part.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
rl3 WM. O. IRWIN 4- Co., Agent.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
" R. C. WYL.IE,"
M. BASEMAN MASTER.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or Paasaye, apply to
II. HACKFELD A Co., Agents.
FOR SA1V FRAIVCISCJO.
The Fine American Clipper Ship
Will have Dispatch for the Above Port.
For Freight or passage, apply lo
O. W. MACFARLANE A CO, A genu.
X. B. Freight taken at reduced ratea. an23
THE HAWAIIAN BRIO
Well Found Ready for Sea.
au23 Apply to H. HACKFELD A Co.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SA1V FRANCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Sept. 29th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF NEW YORK,"
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, OCT. 6th,
H. HACKFELD A CO., Agents.
Gade for Sbipissemt per Sleaiater is w
ae Stares), Free f Charge, la the Fire-praal
Wareheaae arar the Slramrt Wharf, jal 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER ' LIKELIKE,
REV N OLDS, :
Tuesday , Sept 30, S p m . . . .
...Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday. Oct 7,0pm
Tuesday, Oct 14, 6 p m ....
Tnesdsy. Oct 21, 6 p m
Tuesday, Oct 28, ft p m
Tuesday, Nov 4. 6 p m....
Toeaday, Nov 11, 6pm ....
Tuesday, Nor 18, ft p m
Tnesday, Nov 25, ft p m
Tueaday, Dec 2, ft p m......
Tuesday. Dec 9, ft p m
Tuesday, Dec 16. 6 p m......
Tuesday, Dee 23, ft p m
Tuesday, Dec 90,pn
No Credit for Passage Money !
We nnaitivelv decline to onen accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call tbe attention of the traveling public to tbe
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly markelt tbe
Steamer will not be responsible for any nnmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unlrss Receipted far.
FREIGHT MONET DUE ON DEMAND!
In all eases of Freieht for parties not leiponslble or un
known, tbe Freight Money will be required in advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND WISES
MUST BE PLAINLY MARKED
Foe the Dirty whom they are for, or plainly stated In the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands lor Damage or bosa, man ue wu wuuiu m
In no way liable for loss or acctaent to live biock.
a-r flack Drivers. Bnys. and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passengers
have been landed. .
a. O. ALLS.
m. r. aoaiSBoa.
ALLEN & BOBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WIIAKF. I fcAl.r.n
LCMBKR and aU kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paints, Oiia, NalU, Ac, Ac.
del nonololn. Hawaiian Island. lly
A. FRANK COOKIE,
AQE.VT OF THE FOLLOWING COASTERS
FLACRed with White Ball. OFFICE, Corner of
jal8 79 Nuaanu and Queen Street.
' T. K. FOSTER & Co.,
CEXTS FOR SCHOOXERS
Mary E. Foster,
And the Water Boat.
w30 ly OSceon the Ksplansde, Honolulu.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER Ai CO.. AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
(Storage and Shipment of Oil. Bone, Wool. Hi.les
and otber Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston. New Tork sod
other Eastern Ports. XT Caab Advances msile.
Ja2 7 C BREWER A CO.
R E G U L A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREWER St. CO.. AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
J2 79 C BREWER A CO.
PER R. C.-WTLIE,
A Few Splendid Instruments
OF THE CELEBRATED FACTORY OF
Aucher Frei'es, JParis.
FOR SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER &C 0.
HAY ! HAY J !
SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
In SMALL BALES, z Murray. For sal low by
BOLLES A CO.
: s I MASTER
SCPREMECOURT. IN BANK RUPTCTV
Ia the matter of EDWARD eIRKHZ, a rotuataij
Nonce is hereby given that a meeting of the Creditor who
hav proved debts againat the Estate of said Rankrnpt, to the
imosot of (100 or more, will be held at the Office of the Clerk
or l be Pnpreme Court, at Aliiolani Hale, in Hoonlnla, oa
WEDN Ee)DAT, the 1st day of October, A. D. 1ST9. at 10
o'clock A. M., for the purpose of r lectins, Assigner of the said
Bankrupt estate. A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk.
Honolulu, tiept. 16th, 1879. 20 2t
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands, In Probate. Island of Oaha. Hawaiian Islanda,
to a it: In tbe matter of theEsUteof PACTICN. (Ch.) de
ceased. Order appointing lime lor probate of will and direct
ing publication of notice of tbe s.tne.
A document, purporting to be the last win sad testament of
PACTICN (Ch ). deceased, having oo the 10A day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1379, been presented to sail froaata Court,
and a petition for the probate thereof, and for tie issuance of
letter testamentary to Apai, having been filed by Apai.
It Is hereby ordered that WEDNESDAY, the 8th day of
October, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock a. m- of said day, at the
Court Room of said Court, at Aliiolani Hale In HoooluJa, be
and the same is hereby appointed the time far proving said
will and hearing said application, when and where any person
Interested may appear and contest the said wiU,and she grant
ing ol letters testamentary.
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be gven by publi
cation, for three successive weeks, in the Paciic Commercial
Advertiser, a newspaper printed and published in Hoooluln.
And It is further ordered, that citations be issaed lo the sub
scribing witnesses to said will, and to the heir of the testator
to appear and contest Ihe probate of said will, it the time ap
pointed. Dated Honolulu, H. I., September 10. 1879.
Justice of the tupreme Court.
Attest: A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. se!3 8t
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF IXECLTI0N
issued from the (Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands,
dated Aog. 27tn, 1879. in tavor of Charles W. Gray against
Catherine Warrvo, for tbe turn of $204 10, 1 have levied upon
and sbsP expose for sale all the right, title and Interest of the
said Catherine Warren ot in and to that certain parcel of land
-situate on Nuuaou street, sooth of the property of J. H. Wood,
together with the buildines and improvement thereon, and
tbe right of way thereto. 1 nia property oeing a portion or me
premise conveyed by Henry Corowell to Jane Campbell,
and all of the same premises by said James Canxibell conveyed
to said Cat herioe Warren, by deed dated March 31st, 1879,
and recorded in the Honolulu Registry of Deeds in Book 59,
on Page 267, for the consideration of $2,300. James Camp
bell holds a mortgage on the premises for securing $1900,
with nine per cent. Interest, payable March 3 lit, a. D 1884.
Tb said Catherine Warren' efnity of redemption in and
right of possession of the premises until default in payment of
interest as aforesaid, will be sold as aforesaid at Public Auc
tion, at E. P. Adam s Auction Room, on SATURDAY, October
11th, 1879, at 12 nooo, unlaws said judgment. Interest and
cosis be previously satisfied. W. C. PARKS,
Marshal of the Hawaiian Inlands.
Per DAVID DAYTON,
Honolulu, Sept. Sth, 1879. (sen) Deputy Marshal.
7TOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ihe
1 undersigned has been appointed Executor of tbe last
will and testament ol Akong of Honolulu, deceased, and all
persons are truly notified to present claims duly authenticated
whether secured by morig.ge or otherwise, at hi office on
Kaabumanu Street, in Honolulu, within six months front the
date hereof or tbey will be forever t arred, and all people in
debied to said estate are hereby noticed to make immediate
payment thereof. ALr X. J. CARTWR10HT,
hxecutor of the Last Will and Testament of Akona, deceased
Dated at Honolulu, April 22, 1879. ap28
MRS. COLGATE BAKER'S
17RENCH. GERMAN A NO ENGLISH
Boarding and Day-ecnool for Young Ladies and Child
ren 843 and 850 Van Ness A venue, San Francisco, California.
The School Year begins August 1st, 1874. For further in
formation, letter addreated as above will reach Mr. Baker, or
he relera by permission to Mr. Joseph Coote and Mr. Charles
A. Oihon of Honolulu, and to Messrs. Willams, Blanchsrd dc
Co., Ban Francisco. y 3m
Life Insurance Company.
TniRTT-FOlRTU AXTAL REPORT.
ASSETS (Cats) 3 8,000,000
ANNUAL INCOME S ,000,000
CASH SURPLUS 7,000,000
If. IIACKFEJLD & CO.,
C. 0. BERGER, Special Agent,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
The only Company that issue
Tontine Investment Policies,
Being practically an Endowment Policy at the usual Lile
Bates. au30 ly
TO ARRIVE PER DISCOVERY
A PINE LOT OF.
Broken to Harness, and
MIL OH OOWS.L
HACKFELD & CO.
KX FOREST QUEEN, A CONSIGNMENT OF
Condensed Milk, Alderney brand; Cimden Corn,
Superior Stearic Acid Candles,
Adamantine Candles, Amber Soap, In boxes of 20 bars;
Extra Olive Boap, In boxes of 12 bars;
Qermanla Starch, Dooley's Yeast Powder,
Buperior Colombia River Salmon, In barrels A cases; etc
au9 For sale by II. HACKFELD Sl CO.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
lit. O. TV Y LIE-
M. RKEMjfNN, Master.
Has Just Arrived from Bremen,
122 days Passage, and Is now discharging her
Cargo of IVTgw Groods
.A. Large Assortment
VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE
IN EVERY LINE,
bov Goods are offered to tbe Trade AT LOW
RATES and on LIBER A L. TERMS by
sen H. HACKFELD & CO.
A l EW DEPARTURE !
Pedcct: n in the cost op life in
8LKNC. The Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York.
The -t iostituti. - if the kind in the I' cited States, and the
Largca . - "e World, baa reduced It rate a
PRELUM RATES It,
rACE OF $1000.
Lira POLICIES, PATS. 1T Dlit i.
ANNUAL PAYMENTS FOR
Age. Life. 20 It art. 15 Yean. 10 Years. 5 Years.
24 18.91 24.35 29.25 39.39 70.43
2d 17.34 24.81 29.80 40.12 71.74
27 17.79 25.30 30.38- 40.89 73.09
28 18.26 25.80 30.93 41.68 74.49
29 18.76 26.33 31.60 42.51 75.95
SO 19.30 20.89 32.25 43.37 77.47
31 19.85 27.47 32.03 44.27 79.05
82 20.44 28.07 33.64 45.20 80.69
33 21.06 28.70 34.37 46.17 82.39
34 21.73 29.36 35.14 I 47.18 84.16
35 22.42 30.05 35.91 ' 48.23 86.00
36 23.16 30.78 36.78 49.32 87.91
87 23.94 31.54 37.66 60.46 89.90
38 24.78 32.34 38.67 . 61.65 91.96
39 25.66 33.18 39.63 62.88 94.09
40 26.61 34.07 40.62 j 64.16 96.31
41 27.60 35.00 41.67 55.60 98.61
43 28.66 35.93 42.66 56 89 100.99
43 29.79 37.02 43.81 68.34 103.46
44 30.99 38.11 45.03 59.88 100.03
45 32.27 39.28 46.29 61.43 108.68
46 33.64 40.61 47.63 63.08 111.44
47 36.11 41.81 49.03 64 81 114.29
48 36.66 43.20 60.51 66.60 117.24
49 38.33 44.68 62.08 68.48 120.29
50 40.10 46.85 63.72 70 43 121.43
61 41.99 47.92 55.45 72 47 126.68
62 44.01 49.70 67.28 74 60 130.02
63 46.16 61.60 69.21 76 81 133.46
64 48.4- 63.62 61.25 79.13 137.00
65 60 55.79 63.41 81 64 140.64
66 63.55 68.12 65.70 84.07 144.38
67 68.35 60.61 63.14 86 71 143.23
58 69.35 63.28 70.73 39 49 152.18
69 62.66 66.16 73.50 92.40 156.25
60 65.99 69.24 76.45 95.46 160.43
61 9.67 72.56 "9.61 98.68 164.73
62 73.69 76.14 83.00 J 102.09 169.15
63 77.81 80.01 88.02 105.69 173.72
64 82.33 84.19 90.52 109.51 178.42
65 87.17 88.70 84 71 113.57 183.S9
66 92.35 93.68 89.22 117.88 1S3.32
67 97.91 98.86 104.08 122.47 193.62
63 103.87 104.66 109.32 127.34 198.93
69 110.25 110.72 114.98 132.64 204.63
70 117.09 117.39 121.09 138.07 210.34
By this plan redaciLg cost of Iniurance lo New Policy
Holders abore 16 per cent. Now is a favorable time to Insure.
se6 1m WILDER As. CO.. Scents.
CASES HAMS AND BACON.
ASES LARD. 51k aad lOlb Pall.
BOLLES A CO.
EXTRA PA MILT FLOCK,
AUdorado Flour at $2,
Cora Meal in 10B bags
Cracked W beat in 10ft bag.
Oa Meal in 10 lb baft,
Beived ihl day by ,
set BOLLES ft CO.
The intolerable nuisance caused by the speed at which
Drays are driven through, the streeU, as weU as the risk
to life, and the damage done the roads, compels the Mill
lster of the Interior to amend the regulations regarding
licensed carriages and draya, irtsoed August 12, 1878.
REGULATION. Xo Uorj attached ti any Licensed
Wason, Cart or Dray for the transportation of freight,
hall, within the cirvuit tf one mile from the Honolulu
Post Office, b driven faster than a walk.
Sim'l G Wilceb, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 23, 1879. e27
Sale of Government Land.
OX MONDAY, October 27. 1879. at 12 o'clock noon, will
be sold at public suction at the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, the following pieces of Government Land :
lat-WaiaMLa, Ililo. Hawaii. One piece situa
ted in Wainaku, Hilo, Hawaii, good for cultivation or as a
residence, containing 3 3-10 acres, Tpset price $50 per acre.
2nd Ilaaallila. Oaba. That piece of land known
as Kaliu, adjoining on the south and west side of Hon 3.
W. Moanauli's residrnce on King Street, mauka of the
road to the Prison, containing one acre. Cpset price $'JO0.
3rd II a aa , Maui. One strip of land in Xiumalu,
Hana, Maui, adjoining the Plantation of A. Unca, Esq.,
containing 9 5-10 acres. Cpset price $10 per acre. Terms
Cash. Sax'i. O. iVooEa, Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1879. ae27
Sale of Lease of Government Land in Ha
ON MONDAY, October 27th, 1879, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale at 12 noon, will be sold the lease for ten
years of that piece of Government land situated in Va
Ikalalu. Ilaainkna, Hawaii, between Kaapahu
and ri lele below the Government road and adjoining
Henry Cooper's land, containing 80 acres. Cpset price 75
cts. per acre per annum. Terms, rent payable quarterly in
advance. Sam'l O Wildes, Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1879. ee27
Regulations of tbe Board of Health.
1st. The Board of Health, or its Agent, will visit the
fish, vegetable and meat markets, or other placea where
such articles are exposed for sale, at any time it may
deem fit, ordering said markets or placea to be properly
cleaned, and any decayed animal or vegetable matter to
be immediately removed therefrom.
2nd. No slaughter house will be allowed within the
boundaries of the City of Honolulu, or any of the public
highways leadiug to it, or on the banks of any river or
stream where the water is used for drinking or domestic
purposes, or in any situation not first approved by the
Board of Health.
3rd. No person is allowed to dry or salt hide or skins
within the boundaries of the City of Honolulu, or in any
other place close to, or to windward of the City, or in any
place not first approved by the Board of Health.
4th. AH privies, cesspools, drains, sewers, ponds, or
other places containing stagnant water, manure or filth,
found in a state prejudicial to the public health, will be
cleansed by the Board, or its Agents, at the expense of
the person or persons owning them, if not cleansed
within forty-eight hours after the owner or occupier
have been notified by the Board, pursuant to section 10,
chapter 5y, of the Penal Code.
Sth. The Board of Health or its Agents will visit all
houses in which they may suspect there is an Insufficient
supply of fresh air for the support of health to the inhab
itants, whether from want of proper ventilation, over
crowding, or otber causes, and will order such bouses tq
be properly ventillated, and take-such other measures as
may appear to them to be necessary.
6th. Any badly cured meat or other substances, emit-l
ing a noxious or deleterious effluvium, will be immediately
removed at the expense of tbe owner from the premises
where they are stored, due notice having first been given
by the Board of Health or its Agents.
7th. No person shall keep swine within the boundaries
of the City of Honolulu.
8th. No person shall throw dead animals on any of the
public streets or highways.
8th. No interment will be allowed in or about Honolu
lu without the written permission of the Agent of the
Board of Health who will issue these permits on appli
cation at bis office. A statement of sge, sex, and cause of
death will be required.
10th. A place on the Esplanade 1b set apart for the de
posit of rubbish or filth to be carried from the City.
11th. All persons are hereby strictly prohibited from
depositing any rubbish or filth upon any street, lane,
wharf or vacant lot, within the boundaries of the City of
12th. Landlords will be held responsible for tbe pro
per ventillation of and overcrowding of the Chinese
13th. Salted or green hides shall not be stored within
14th. "''Any person violating any of the above regula
tions is liable to be fined in a sum not exceeding one
hundred dollars, as proved in Section 285 of the Civil
Approved by the Board of Health, this 30th day of
August, A. D. 1879. Jsjo. A. Hassinoeb,
( Secretary Board of Health.
Honolulu, Sept. 11, 1879.
Captain Daniel Smith having resigned the office of
Harbor Master for the Port of Honolulu, I have this day
commissioned Captain Andrew Fclleb to fill the vacan
cy thus occasioned. 6IidON K. EAAI.
sel3 Minister of Finance.
LOBRDf A. THCBSTON has this day been appointed
an A gent of the Ofilce of the Registrar of Conveyances, for
taking and certifying the Acknowledgments to Instru
ments for the District of Wailuku, Island of Maui.
Thomas Bbown, Registrar of Conveyances.
Approved : 6AM L G. WILDER,
Sept. 8, 1879. Sept. la
Minister of the Interior.
It has pleased His Majesty the King to make the follow
ing appointments to His Royal Order of Kalakaua.
His Excellency J. M. Eapena, Grand Officer
Honorable 1. M. Smith, Grand Officer
Honorable A. F. Judd, Grand Officer
Honorable H. A. Widemann, Knight Commander
Colonel W. F. Allen, Knight Commander
Honorable A. Fornander, Knight Companion
Honorable H. Kuihelanl, Knight Companion
Iolanl Palace, Sept. 18th, 1879. se20 2t
APPLICATIONS for the purchase of Governm ent
Lots, on the Kulaokahua Plains, will be received at the
Parties desiring to purchase must state the number of
the Lot, and the price they offer for the same. Appli
cants must state that they desire to purchase with the
intention of improving the same ; the Government de
cline to sell to parties desiring to hold for an advance.
Should the price offered be satisfactory, the Lots will
be put up at auction, after a reasonable advertisement of
TERMS OF SALE. One fourth cash. One fourth in
one year. One fourth in two years. Onefourth in three
years with 9 per cent interest per annum payable semi
annually and a mortgage upon the land.
Map of the said lots can be seen at the Interior Office
and all information given.
Bam'i. G. Wildeb
4U9 , Minister of tbe Inerior.
Col.. W. F. Allen is appointed Acting Governor of the
Island of Oahu during my absence.
Johx O. Dominis.
July 15th, 1879.
list of Licenses Expiring in Sept., 1879
Notice is hereby given that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about falling to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs hav4nstructions to pro
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
SAM'L G. WILDER.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 30. 1879.
OAHU 1 B Love k Bros, N unarm street Honolulu
2 Apeo A Paulo,
2 E C McCandless, " " "
6 H E Mclntyre k Bros, cor Fort k King sts
j 7 Kun Sal k Anuin, Nuuanu st Honolulu
7 On Chong. " "
7 Fook Chung, Hotel street "
7 F C Achong, cor Nuuanu & King "
9 P Mclnerny Fort street
9 M S Grinbaum & Co, Queen st "
-v Ngawk A Co, Waianse,
10 O C McLean, Nuuanu st "
14 Aswan, " "
14 Anin & Co, Hotel st "
16 Wnn Ong, cor King k Punchbowl st Hono
17 F C Achong, Nuuanu street Honolulu
17 Max Eckart, Fort
17 H J Nolle,
18 Henry Bird, cor Punchbowl k Beretania st
19 Kung ing Lung k Co Hotel st ffonolulu
19 T Asee, Nuuanu street,
21 Ah Zu. Kaumakaplli.
25 Wing Wo Tai A Co, Nuuanu st
29 Ah Fan, Puheemiki, Koolauloa
MAUI 9 Chun Kau, Haiku, Hamakualoa
10 AS Cleghorn A Co, Lahaina
10 A S Cleghorn A Co, Wailuku
10 A S Cleghorn k Co, Waihee
15 Man Chuck & Goo Gin, Haiku, Hamakualoa
18 F C Achong, " "
HAWAII 3 C Y Aiona A Co, Honokaa. Hamakua
23 Spreckles k Spencer, Hakalau Plant, Hilo
28 A S Cleghorn A Co, Hilo
KAUAI SAC Con Chee k Co, Kapaa
20 P S Handchett, Wairuea
25 Wing Wo Tai A Co, Nuuanu st Honolulu
24 G W Houghtailing, Hotel st Honolulu
7 J McColgan k Co, Eainalo, Molokai
20 Bishop k Co, cor Kaahuuianu A Merchant st
2 E C McCandless. Nuuanu st Honolulu
2 Cheone Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii
7 Kun Sai A Annm. Nuuanu st Honolulu
7 H Alans k Apo, Kaioplhi, N Kohala
9 G C Akina, Niulii,
9 Jaa Richardson. "
10 Ah Tiona, Kaiopihi,
11 Ah Nee, Honoruakau, "
12 Aki, "
12 Wong Hoo, Hilo
13 Ahsen, Kapaau, "
14 Anin k Co, Hotel st Honolulu
15 Tong Wo, Nuuanu st "
16 Amina, Makapala, '
18 Awai, Lahaina, Maui
23 Awa A Afong, Waiohinu, Kau
' 28 Aliona k Co, "
1 G M Lake, Kaiopihi. N Kohala
12 Jno Kaalepo, Lahaina
14 O G Clifford. Queen st Honolulu
23 W McCandle. Fish Market
28 W T Martin, Waiohinu, Kan .
I ao N Wright, Koloa, Kauai
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27.
r Our thanks ar due to Whitney A- Robertson, sta
tioners and news dealers, for flies of late papera per last
rriTal from San Francisco.
t-T" Foreign juror summoned for the October terra Of
the Supreme Court are not required to attend at the Court
House until farther notice.
" Bosk asd Mccle." That is what tb GxttU call tha
recent importation of Chinese. Finger-nails and rue
appeared to predominate In a recent cartoon representing
tha operation of printing the Garrtte.
y The regular monthly meeting of th Hawaiian
Mission Children Society will be held this Saturday
evening at the house of Marshal W. C. Parke, on Kukul
street, at 7.30 o'clock.
Board or Health. We beg to call attention to
the recently revised regulations of the Board of Health
for the city of Honolulu, under the head of By Authority.
If faithfully carried out, they should prove effective in
preserving the public health so far as human precau
tions can accomplish that end.
Tub Chinese Still Coax. The bark " fytiigemui " from
Whampoa, China, arrived here on the 21st instant, after a
passage of 54 days, bringing 217 Chinese, 213 male snd 4
females. In consequence of light winds tha vessel was
detained within four hundred xuilee of the harbor for
fourteen days. A Chinese boy aged ten years died on the
Tbe Ciacra The sawdust arena has been well patron
ised during the last week, a'nd tbe performances have
pleased and satisfied all who attended. ' The matinee on
Thursday afternoon gave the little ones an opportunity to
enjoy the antics of the clowns, and all seemed to enjoy
themselves hugely. An entire change of programme for
this evening including many new acts.
7 The rear portion of the Chinese Theatre is the
ground upon which the native Hawaiian and heathen
Mongolians meet and smoke. Lessons in the Hawaiian
language are given to the uninstructed Celestial, and he
in return gives specimens of ground and lofty tumbling.
Together they are seemingly a happy family, and much
patronized by foreign lookers on.
Equinoctial. Last Monday, the 22d, the aun passed
the equator, southward, being what 1 known as the au
tumnal equinox. We have been accustomed to stormy
weather on these semi-annual passages of the sun-galea
and high tide and rain storm but the seasons of lste
year, like mankind generally, seem to be " out of joint."
But following the recent hot weather we may expect to
catch a cold norther ere long, with chilling rain.
Lajboe Cockroaches. A recently arrived European em
ployed as a cook in a Honolulu restaurant wa astounded
one morning on finding two craw-fish on his kitchen ta
ble, placed there by his employer, to be cooked for break
fast. They were alive and kicking, having just been
caught. He having never seen such creatures before,
thought they were big cockroaches, and banged them to
death with a broomstick.
Lost at Sea. The Captain of the Bark R. C. Wylit,
which arrived here on the 11th instant from Hamburg,
reports that at six o'clock on the night of August 2d
while in latitude 39 S, 83 W, a seaman, Carl Hoff
meester, fell from the yard arm into the sea and wa lost.
Every attempt was made to rescue him but to no avail,
as the wind was blowing a heavy westerly gale at the
time. He was 33 years of age and a native of Prussia.
The Doo Poisoners. The three persons, Narcissus
Perry, John Silva, Jr., and Kanana, arrested on suspicion
as being the distributor of the poisoned meat which
caused the sudden taking off of so many canines, were
brought up for trial before the Police Judge on the 2Cth
inst., on a charge of malicious mischief, and Judge
Jones, after hearing the evidence for the prosecution,
the defence offering none, committed them for trial be
fore the Supreme Court.
Music The band will play this afternoon at Emma
Square, commencing at 4.30 p. at. The following 1 the
March Albert Edward Levey
Overture Rubezahl Flotow
Cavatina Lucia Donizetti
Cornet Polka Love and Truth Welcher
Selection Belisario '. Donizetti
Galop Per Force ...Strauss
The second moonlight concert will take place on Mon
day evening next, Sept. 29th, at the same time and place.
Fast Dbivino. Complaints having recently been fre
quent about the reckless manner in which dray have
been driven along the streets of the city, we learn that
the Minister of the Interior, with hi characteristic
promptitude in matters of public concern, haa given in
struction to the owners of all such vehicles that they
must not go beyond a walking pace, within the city lim
its. 8uch a regulation was eminently necessary, for the
nuisance of trotting and even at time gallopping drays
was getting to be a dangerous one. It will be remember
ed that the Advtriiter called the attention of tbe authori
ties to this subject last week.
Masonic Dedication. The formal and public dedica
tion of the new Hall of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. A, A M.,
in the upper story of the building erected on tbe corner
of Queen and Fort streets, will take place on Tuesday
evening next, at the hour of 7.30 p. u. when the brethren
expect to see their friends and acquaintances. The Hall
is a roomy and airy one, the best and most comfortable
for large gatherings in the city outside of church buil
dings and is a decided credit to the enterprise and man
agement of the Lodge to which it belongs. This institu
tion, under its late and present officers, has been a nseful
conservator of public morals in this community a have
also several other kindred organization.
Opium Smuggling. The arrival of the Barkentine
J. A. Falkiriburg from Portland, Oregon, on the 20th In
stant, brought to this port twelve Chinese passengers,
and also another lot of opium. The usual investigation
by the Custom House officials, revealed twenty-six can
of the drug, secreted in a chest and stored in tbe galley.
It was also ascertained that the chest belonged to the
Chinese Steward, and he, together with another Mongo
lian brother, likewise suspected, were both arrested.
The case came up for trial on the 22d instant, and the
steward alone waa found guilty and sentenced to alx
month imprisonment, while his celestial companion
was discharged, proof not being established a to hi
Naval. The U. S. Stesmer Alert arrived on Wednes
day morning last, 24 dsys from San Francisco, having
made the passsge nnder sail and experienced light winds
the entire distance. She 1 a third rate vessel, with a
complement of 116 men, carrying four gun. She regis
ters 641 tons. Following is a list of officers:
Commandrr C. L. Huntington.
Executive Officer Wm. Watts.
Lieutenants H. C. Hunter, R. G. Peck.
Chief Engineer Ed. I'armer.
P. A. Engineer A. C. Engard.
P. A. Surgeon C. A. Siegfried.
P. A. Paymaster Jos. T. Addicks.
Masters A. J. Dsbney, W. P. Clsson.
Ensigns R. H. Townley, F. H. Holmes.
Cadet Engineers V. C. Bieg, H. Gage. G. E. Burd.
Midshipmen a. W. Brown, L. M. Garrett. C. H.
low, R. 8. Bloan, W. A. Thorn.
Captain's Clerk P. C. van Buskirk.
Paymaster's Clerk G. 8. Gregson.
Carpenter R. Agnew.
Boatswain T. bheean.
Mobe Pobtuguese. We learn that the British ship
Scottish Chief was reported by last advices as shortly to
sail from Liverpool, nnder engagement to touch at the
Azores, for several hundred immigrants for these Isl
ands. The fact of her sailing will be received by the
next mail from the East. The natives of the Azores
are said to be agriculturists almost exclusively, and
therefore more to be desired than the mixed lot of me
chanics cobblers, tinkers and all aorta who came by
the Ravenscrag. But yet they are all far more desirable
than the male Chinese who are now crowding the streets
of Honolulu, for the reason that the Portuguese are a
home-creating people, which tbe Chinese are not. The
latter have many admirable traits as to patience, industry
and thrift, but they have apparently no idea of what con
stitutes the family. Without the family, no nation can
be truly civilized. The normal condition of woman in
China, as is well known, is that of absolute servitude of a
most revolting nature. In the countries of Europe and
America, a woman is honored, and as a consequence the
civilization and enlightenment of the people increases.
We welcome tbe incoming of these Portuguese immi
grants ; and we hope soon to be able to announce the ar
rival of several hundred more South Sea Islander. But
please, gentlemen of tbe Board of Immigration, don't
give ns any more Chinamen !
Canute Mobtalitt. Dogs afford the uppermost topic
of conversation in the metropolis at the present time,
though nearly two weeks have elapsed since the fatal
attempt against their well being. Those who have not
lost dogs have suffered by others losing them. Tbe wise
man ssys, " a living dog is better than a dead lion." We
are prepared to bear out this ststement unless it can be
demonstrated that a dead Hon is infinitely better than a
dead dog. For several days after the late canine mor
tality we were flanked on the right and left by the re
mains of once happy dogs of various sizes. It was some
time before we were fully cognizant of these prepara
tions against our inalienable right to fresh air; at length
after some preliminary shelling, the bombardment begun
in earnest. If the trades blew, formidable and deadly
gases were launched at ns wi th great accuracy from the
north-east; if the south wind breathed its zephyr from
the ocean we were exposed to similar attacks from the
right flank. Tbe battery on the left was skilfully
masked by trees and shrubbery, bat after obtaining it
correct bearings, we succeeded in finally silencing it
through our corps of sappers and miners; profiting by
this ulversion, our allies surrounded and destroyed the
other stronghold and hostilities came immediately to a
conclusion. We therefore consider ourselves damaged
and Injured, and shall be ready with a claim for conse
quential damage when tbe perpetrators
spread devastation shall be Identified.
of this wide.
SOMETHING NEW I TO PLANTERS, PLANTA-
tion Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need of a light
handy machine for setting up and mending fence wire,
will find just the thing at Dillingham k Co.'s store, Fort
Tub Lixilieb. The striking of th LikmUU on tha raaf
ha not resulted In sufficient Injury as to delsy La say
wsy her nana! trip. Th damaa; will ba reaalrad at an
early day, and other repair neceaaary will b attsadsd to
at tha soma time,
T Tb Mall Social Club rsv aa invitation ball is
tha Captain and officer of th V. 8. S. Alert a the Haw.
siian Hotel last evening and aa enjoyable Urn was pass
ed by those present. It wa noiieabl that sobbS of or
Island yoatha had adorned their coats with brass button
for the occasion and profited thereby.
Th Wiatbeb. Dnnna; tb first part of th week past
the mercury remained at W , and th warmth of th st.
aiospher proved very conclusively that tha beat wa
well indicated. Refreshing ahower during th nights of
Wednesday and Thursday cooled th air, aad th pres
ence of th trade for a short tint aaaitUd la making Uf
bearable. Present indi cations aaeta to point to another
pell of weathar which astcTa city dweller would bleat. '
but under whoa influence Honoluloaaa ar aot happy.
Exhausted Mixes. Uk th surface gold diggings of
California, th Island guano deposits of th Pacta ara
giving out. The M American Guaao Company, wkioA
for the laat twenty and nior year haa bea exporting
guano from th Islands of Fharnix, Baker's, and Jarria,
with an undoubtedly iiuniens profit to th stockholder
aud agent ha now gon out of th business, th infer
ence being that th deposit of decayed coral." as ws
hav heard It called, is no longer worth tb taking away.
Th Company has removed Its fixture and mjiloy.
Fanning Ialand, which until recently was supposed to
be good only for th growth of cocoannta, now torn oat
to be a rich mine of guano-phosphate In eouaectioa with
which ws are glad to know that our former fellow-town,
man. Mr. William Greig. Is receiving a substantial Lea,
fit in th shape of a royalty for every ton of phoephafjaa
taken from his island. His mdu will probably last Ulat
Celestial On Dbalbbs. The number of Chin waa
will reside at th Hotel da Fyf daring th Beit els
months will undoubtedly be very large, a th police ar
actively engaged in transferring th dealer ta murreptt
tious gin to that .hostelry, aad hav added thrs mora,
during th past week, to the number of celeatlal residents
who hav gone before. Bottle supposed to contain gla
have been brought la th Folic Court a evidence, but
the content hav a yet remained unexamined, although
one brilliant barrister nisd a f utile attempt to Inves'd.
gat th content of on, and had produced th awoeaaary
toole to accomplish tbe object Intended. Hi Honor r
fused to allow th sampling, aad th assembled onnoia
seurs lost an opportunity to express aa opinion. More gla
will undoubtedly be brought with the next comer, and It
is hoped that hi Honor will be more lenient, aa th Qual
ity of tbe article might be an argument la favor of a long
or ahort Imprisonment, for otu gin, Uk mercy. Is not
ADahielComb to JcpoMEirt. Th habitues of th
Police Court were In full force on th morning of th
25th Inst, the calendar containing a cas which they
deemed of special interest. The court convened prompt,
ly at a. at., and after the trial of a few gin selling res,
the case of Daniel vs. Elizabeth was called. Tb charg
was a grave one, but th evidence only proved that Dan- -iel
had, (nearly) like hi name-aake, ventured In a lion'
den, only In till Instance tbe lion was not at bom. Tb
lion, the master of the house, returned during th mean
time, stid Daniel hearing his footstep dov Into a dark
recess in search of, aa be said, " a gun." History will
never state whether Daniel found the gun or not; at any
rate, Daniel and Elizabeth were brought before hi
Honor. No witness appearing against them, tha ease was
dismissed, Dsniel being advised to act more la accord
ance with the precepts of hi name-sake. Th Court in
terpreter took tb opportunity to read Elizabeth a rather
wiudy peroration on matrimonial and other duties, but
was suddenly interrupted by Elizabeth, who Insinuated
that be had better mind his own business, which aUvIe
he took, and the Court adjourned.
Death op Mb. Altbed Houlceb. It la with great re
gret that we report tb sudden death, from organic dis
ease of the heart, of Mr. Alfred Hoalder, of th firm of
Houlder Bros. A Co. of London and Liverpool, oa Saturday
the 20th Inst., at 2 p. at. while ascending th bill to th
Volcano House on his return from th crater of Kilaaaa.
Every assistance was moat promptly rendered by Mr.
Lentz, the kind snd energetic Manager, who transported
the body of 'the deceased the following day, nnder th
greatest difficulties, to th Half-way House, and accom
panied it to Hilo on Monday morning, to which place It
was borne on a litter by natives under ths personal di
rection of Mr. Severance. Th latter gentleman most
kindly and readily started for the Half-wav Hous on
(Sunday evening directly be received Major Wodehoua'
letter by the hands of Mr. Tucker, informing him of th
sad event. Fiom tbe Hilo side of tbe wood the body wsa
conveyed on a cart generously lent for the purpose by
Cspt. Eldart. Mr. Houlder's remains. In charge of hi
son Mr. A. H. Houlder, and Major Wodehoua. were
brought to Honolulu on Wednesday morning, the 24th
instant, in the schooner Ualeakala, which waa chartered
by Mr. Houlder for thst purpose. The lat Mr Boulder's
stay at Honolulu extending over several mouths, had won
for him tha esteem and affection of many by whom his
death will be deeply and sincerely lamented. W under
stand that a Memorial Service will be held st St. Andrew's
Church 3m Mondsy th 20th Instant, at 10 o'clock A. M.
The arrival yesterday morning of tha brlj
W. H. Meyer from San Francisco, bas brought us
dailies of that citjr to the 6th last, containing
American and European telegrams of tbe fith.
Tbe news, though interesting Is not particular!
important. Tbe elections In California, which oc
curred during the nrst week in September, are
claimed to bare resulted in tbe election of tha
Republican candidates, although complete returns
had not yet been received from all tbe districts.
Ijf the city of San Franclsao tbe Workingmen'e
party carried the day, electing Kalloch as mayor.
It may with truth be said that De Young shot
Kalloch into office.
At 11 A. kt. on the Ctb, tbe dsy tbe vessel sailed.
tbe count for Governor, Chief Justice, and Mayor
stood as follows, making tbe following totalg :
For Governor White, 16,660 ; Glenn, 8,501 ;
For Mayor Kalloch, 18,661 ; Grlswold, 772
For Chief Justice Morrison, 19,284. Bennett,
1,404 ; Rhodes, 16,689.
Among ibe telegraphic news we note that Gen.
Grant sailed for San Francisco from Yokohama,
September 3d, on the City qf Tokio, and wonld
probably arrive September 21st.
Tbe Zulu war is practically at an end, the Afri
can King being reported as a fugitive with but few
Tbe Czar of Russia and tbe German Emperor
had a friendly meeting September 3d, doubtless
for tne purpose of exchanging views ag to the So
cialist and Nihilist troubles in tbelr dominions.
Bullion from Europe continues to be sent freely
to America a result of ehort crops in the former.
At Memphis the yellow fever still rsges. On
September 4th twelve new cases were reported,
and 17 deaths since the previous night.
St. Petersburg, Sept. S The Agence Jtus$$
says that the meeting between tbe Czar and tbe
Emperor of Germany is tbe best possible reply to
tbe recent malicious attempts to disturb tbe good
relations between Germany and Russia.
Memphis. Sept. 5 Tbe following telegram was
received this morning :
New York. Sept. 5. W. J. Smith, Acting Pre$
dent Howard Association, Memphis: I send yoo by
telegraph $5000 to aid tbe Howard Association.
I am certain that tbe generous people through the
country will contribute liberally to aid your
stricken city. At any rate, keep at your noble
work till I tell you to stop, and I will foot tbe
bill. What are your daily expenses t
Tbe following response was sent in return :
Jay Gould. sg., jAeto York: Your handsome
donation of $6000 to tbe Howard Association of
Memphis, to be used in relieving tbe sick nnder
our care, is most gratefully acknowledged. The
grand sentiment you express to continue oor
noble work, and in tbe event that our appeal to
generous people throughout tbe Union Is not
beeded, that you would foot tbe bill, has nerved
us all and strengthened our faltb in tbe cause we
are now eagaged in. Sucb liberality as you have
shown will, we have no doubt, And a responsive
echo in tbe breasts of tbe charitable of tbe nation.
Our expenses now aggregate 91000 per day.
Should the fever continue to spread, tbe expenses
must necessarily increase. N. J. Smith,
Acting President Howard Association.
New Yobk. September 5th. Tbe papers publish
tbe report of Dr, W. E. Johnson, delegate to tbe
Paris Canal Congress, made to ibe American Geo
graphical Society, of wbicb be is a member. He
says : It is important that the American publio
should know bow tbe Congress was manipulated
in favor of tbe Panama sebeme. wMcb was pre
arranged by a clique. When Ammen and Meno
cal gave their facts and (Jgiires respecting tbe
different routes, a complete revolution took place
in tbe tone of tbe Cougres and tbe European tre
ginet-rs. We were astoniitbed to find that nobody
in Europe really understood the subject. Tbree
fourlbs of tbe engineers preutnt at once declared
Wyse's surveys and estimates worthless, and De
Lesseps and bis party were in consternation.
Pledged to tbe Panama route, neither they nor the
bankers behind them could consent to tbe adopt
ion of any otber. Tbe Congress wss adjourned
accordingly for several days, to enable Wyse to
amend his estimates, and bis party to rally their
scattered forces. Tbe American engineers were
successful in showing the futility of adhering to
tbe Panama route. But a majority of tbe dele-,
gates, seeing' tbe Congress packed, lost Interest tat
tbe proceedings. Finally. Ulysses' project fef sv
canal without locks, to cost $260,000,000, and pay
$18,000,090 yearly reserve, was carried on a per
sonal appeal by l5e Lesseps eixty-lbree members
not Toting. The Financiers styles tbe whole af
fair a swindle, and the Credit Maritime calls for
another Congress and a. re-ezamlnation of all routes.