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BY E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14,
At 10 o'clock A. M- at Safe Room.
An Assortment of Dry Goods,
Cotton. Bheetinf, Q.ailt, Skirls, Hotter?, Tiarj Good.
Also, Fresh Groceries and Canned Goods !
McM array's 1 and 2 lb. Oyster, Lobaters, Salmon,
Jul Jellies, Uoldea Gtu Tahl Ac fruits.
La Croix Corn, Oliv Oil, French Olive. i Sardine,
Lard. Rama, aod Bscoa. Mixed Pickle, Soap,
Pork and Beaoa. Tib Milk aod Soda Cracker,
Cat Condensed Milk. Keg aod Bass socar,
Ra Cora, Oata aad Bran. Bbl. - Hf. bols. Fit.
Caaes Cooked Comd Beef, Boded Beef,
Trip aad Booctew Calves' Head
Case Keroaen Oil, kc, Ac, Ac.
Z.T. ADAMS, Aaet'r.
By Order ef Tie. C. Tarsss, IsMjraee ef
the Estate ef F. D. Ullt,
ON SATURDAY, NOV. 15th,
At 10 a m , on the premise. Hotel 81 , near Furt,
1 Parlor Set, in Hair Cloth, 7 pes;
1 Parlor Set, in Silk, 7 pes;
S Dcceo Chair, in cases;
Wood and Can Seat Chain,
Black Walnut Lounge Frame,
Upholsterer's Materials, Tools,
One Wagon, One Set Harness, One "Whip,
One Cluck, On Set of Scale.
Varnish, Alcohol, Paints,
Cine and Glue Pot,
TooU, etc.. etc
TER 31 S CASH!
E. P. ADAMS, Aaet'r.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Nolle (U hereby lvm tfc 4er.id
ka been appoints fcxeeutor of the last Will and Tela
mil of Paetwin, late of Honotaln, deceaaed; and all person
are heresy notified to present their claims, duly authenticated,
waetbr secured by axjetsase or otherwias. at tbe office of
Cecil Brown, his attorney, Kaahamaou Street, in Ilonotulo,
within sis month from tk dale hereof, or they will be for
ever barred; and all parties Indebted to said estate ar hereby
I 4 in .b- MnnMdl,ti uvncnt f herenf.
Kxeeatov of th last will and testament of Pa. "tain, deceased.
Dated at Hoootaln, Oct. 26th, 18:8. Q2S at
THE IT.NDr.RSIGNEU HAVING BEES
elected Aesicoees of the JCataia of Chan Kan ol ilooo
tala. Bankrupt Notice Is hereby given to all persons In
dented 10 th said Chnn Kaa, to maks Immediate payment to
C S. Bartow, at his Salesroom, fjoootula. soy persoo own
las; articles, of any description, wbicb bavs been deposited
with Chan Kaa and now in possession of the assignee may
obtain th aunt upon proving ownership. OW4
C 8. BARTOW
otX3 ' W.C. A KAMA.
tTOLDMB 13 sfthe P. C. ADVERTISER,
w boand or anooaoa. vepy w r. vi.
Jaaaary 30, ltT. Volume 2.3 snd 4 of THE FRIEND,
boaad sr anboasd. 1 Bet CONVENTION PAPEB3, boand
or abound. 1 V a lame DAILY HERALD, boand or nn-bowad-
Th abov ar wanted to complete sets, tor which fair
prices will b paid by n n
r THQ3. 0. THRUM.
mHT VERT DMIRIBLP. RESIDENCE
A so Jsdd Street, Siljoininff Ul (pwioos premises now la
coarse of (rectum by the lion. 8. O. W ikler. Tbe lot contains
anoat so acr. itb a large frontage on Jjdd 1! trees, and is
ell planted wtib frail sad Ornamental Hhado Trees. 8KA
VIEW, U.NSCaPABSED. Oovemment Water la about to be
laid so. Then Is on the kit a Dwelling House, coo U icing Sit
ting Boom. Dinin--roocn and fcar Bed-room; a two-tney
Kitcaon, wltb servants' rooms shove; Bath llcase. Carriage
Uooas sod stner Oot-bnoMs. A Ho, a Stream of Water run
ning thraagh th lot. Title perfect. If not disposed of by
Hove inker next. It will b offered at public aoctioa. For par
ttealars. acolf to CECIL BROWN,
iTtf . Kaahamana Street.
P4RTIE INDEBTED TO THE WAI
LCIU iTutErfT J. M-)t.MA.ar reo seated to
saaks ImsMdiaM payment to J. II- H A RK, as these secoonU
are overdue, asd as a certain diapnaitfc.o waa mail July 23d,
of th Slock and BiUa receivable ol said "lore, aod ss tbe said
business Is beiog wound an, all Bills unpaid oil! nave to be
ooilarted by nraeess of law. Pranpt settlement will save
Asgasl Uch. 1379.
RARE CHASCE FOR INVESTMENT.
Wsnud by September l.t. of this year. 1 40.000 to
$00,000 on flret msrtgag, on a flrst class Sugar Plantation,
vaiaoa at 200 Ooa .
Th era eflSW wiU b frees 1000 to 1200 Ions. Will eom
mmurn taking so 300 mas m October. 199. Tbe Plantation baa
Io atborera. aod Is well fcond la Mules, Carta. Ac Machinery
bt I rat etas rder, and can crash seven se eight too per day.
Pur farther particulars apply loth andsraigned,
joaS A. J. "JARTW RIGHT.
Notice to Creditors.
VOTICE IS I1EREBT GIVEN THAT two
1 andersigasd has bora appomtsd Executor of the last
will and brstaoont oi Along o4 ilonolota, deceased, and all
asnaos are araiy sod fled to present cUusas duly aotkwuiicaMd
whstber seenrwd by mortgs or otberwiss, at hi oOc oa
Kaaoumaoa Streot, m Hoooiala. withia six months from th
date beiW or they wiU ho Intw barred, and all people in
denliid to saal ratal ar hereby antiSed to mak Immediate
payment thereof. ALkX. J. CARTW RIOHT.
Bxeeator of lb Last Will snd Testament of Akcoa, deceased
Dated at Honolulu, AprJ 23. 17. P'M
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES .IN HONOLULU,
nher parts of th Islands,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN VATS THEIR
Orders Filled t Lowest Rates
B,.pplktloato Mr. E. P. 8
who ha our Iescn;tlv Catatoguo Fnor-
It Stare af L. W. U0PP, -7JS St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Walnut Sideboards.
Black Walnut Dining Chairs.
Oak Caa Beat Dining Chair,
Cedar Bedroom iteta.
Pin Bureau, ac, A-,Af.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
jrs BOXES OF SOO. tOO. AND I OO EACH.
11 ye Senuia krucM. fot saj bj
B0LLR3 A CO
KENNEDY'S FANCY CRACKERS,
WCT RECEIVED PER AJIT TI RNER,
4irsct wsss Bostna Taes Cracker ar the finest Arti-r-
i uu uai w hav a Good Assortment.
5 M For i by BotXia A CO.
UtlfORNU CCBE 1.1 ! as.
Im at nowdstad susar.
S.1 for Sal by
B0LLCS k CO.
wrrniTC ash oars, the regclar
W "rtide. direct fro. few Bedfordrted m-P
Amy rsraer (olS T) for Sal ty BULLO CO.
THE REAL. ARTICLE OF EAST INDIA
C kataey a-orted,
Por oal by
CASKS HAMS AND BACON.
apASES LARD, lw I01 P.II-.
,V Ti Ttl
B AETO "W 5 S ,
Wednesday & Thursday,
NOVEMBER lSthi aod 13th,
OF THE SHIPS
THE FREDERICK !
C. 8. BARTOW. Aoct'r.
LEASE OF LAND AT AUCTION !
n.txrlay9 IVovember 9
At 12 o'clock, noon, at Sales Room, will be sold.
The Lease of the Land Located in Ealihi
Known as the Land of K I O I above Mr. Morris', and up
to the mountain. There are planted on this land over 4000
Banana Trees. Tbe income to the present occupant la Ninety
Dollars per month. Seven years unexpired lease.
For farther particulars apply to
C. 8. BARTOW, Auct'r.
ON TUESDAY, NOV. 18th,
At 10 o'clock, a. m.,
AT THE RESIDENCE OF M. A. JACKSON.
No. 123 Nuoanu Avenue, above Kukui St.. will be
aokl, on account of departure,
Ilonscliold Furniture !
Cedar Bedroom Set, blk. walnut trimmings;
Walnut Centre Table, Lounge, Mirrors, Pictures,
Cane Seat Ann Chain, Chandelier, Bronxe Clock. 8-day;
Pining Table and Chairs, Double and Single Bedstead,
Sat of Springs, Mat Irenes, Lace Curtains,
Mosquito Nets, Velvet Rug, Feather Pillow, Lamps,
Crockery and Glassware I
Cok Steve an. TUtirts, Bfirl j acw;
90 Tda Matting, nearly new; and other articles furniture.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aaet'r.
BV VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION
issued out of the Supreme Court in favor of R. Lihman,
lb, gt.3U.62, against II. Giles, 1 have levied upon and sbsll
exunw sle at the suction room of C. 8. Bsrtow, ksq OS
MAIX'RDA Y. tbe lith dsy of Nov. 197. at 12 o'ckick, noon,
all the rlgt.t, title and Interest of the said II. Giles, in and to
2 Pair Silver Mounted Stirrups. 2 Pair Silver Mounted Bits,
1 Martingale, 1 Client Bt Punch. 1 Olsss for Telescope,
4 Parts of a Lanr Telescope, supposed to be tbe missing parte
of tbe on sotd heretofore.-Unless said Judgment, interest and
cos be prevou.., sisfled. c pAKRK MarsbaL
C. 8. BARTOW, Auct'r.
FOR SALE !
Two Irti Safes, 0ie Iri Tanl, a Lt f Casks.
nj C. 8. BARTOW.
r It HALiE!
Vnliille Real Estate.
20 Enquire of C 8. BARTOW.
F. A. SCIIAEFERa CO.
HAVE Jl'ST RECEIVED,
Per K. 0. Wylie, from Bremen,
Muller's Lager Beer and Pale Ale,
in quarts and pints;
Bremen Brewery Lager Beer, in qts.;
Settles Johannistierg and HochbeimerV.
G. Gonlet & Co., qts. and pts.;
Due de Montebello, qts. and pts.;
Sillery Mousseux, qts.
For Sale in Quantities to Suit !
BV STEAMER. a Urge Stock of
FIRST-CLASS BOOTS & SHOES,
LYHCH'S BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY !
Also. m Lsrge Lot of
WHKH WILL BE
SOLD VERY CHEAP FOR CASH.
EX BKS. D. C. MURRAY & DISCOVERY
KEROSENE OIL, GOLDEN GATE FLOUR, LARD,
COTTON SAIL TWINE,
OTSTERS, c, Ac
Received thin day, and for aale low.
A Full Line of Ship Stores and Groceries,
O RESERVED FRUITS, MBA I !. VV
eic Ac. my 2. dvjiiz-j w v. v.
sTABE lib AND 21k TIN'S. FRESH AND
to perfect order
B0LLE3 A CO
For Sale or Charter
The Past A 1 and Copper Fastened Schr.
Well Found and Ready for Sea !
Will be Sold or Chartered. For particulars, spply to
CBAS. T. GC LICK. or
o25 tf Cipt. ROBT. BRIGG5.
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
W. II. Crossman & Bros.,
118 Chamoer Street, New York Agents.
fIIE NEXT VESSEL, la this POPCLAR
Ja Line will leave New fork In all the month of December.
Parties having freight for this port, will do well to patronUe
this Line, being assured of a good vessel and a low rate of
freight. e27 tf
TBI HAWAIIAN BRIG
Well Found Ready for Sea.
au23 Apply to H. HACKFKLD A Co.
FOR SAW FRANCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Nov. 24th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY,
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, DEC. 1st,
H. HACKFKLD A CO., Agents.
Goods for Shloaaeat per Steamer cam aow
be Stored. Free of Chsrge, la tbe Flre-prool
W wreboase wear tbe Steamer Wharf, jsl 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
REYNOLDS. : : t : MASTER.
Tuesday, Nov 11, 6 p m Hilo
Tuesday, Nov 18, 6 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tnesdav. Nov 2d. 6 Dm Hilo
Tuesday, Dec 2, 6 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, Dec 0, ft p m Hilo
Tuesday, Dec 16. 6 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, Dec 23, 6 p m Hilo
Tuesday. Dec 30. 6 D m Circuit of Hawaii
No Credit for Passage Money !
We positively decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call tbe attention of tbe traveling publie to tbe
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly marked; the
Steamer will not be responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted lor.
FREIGHT MONET DUE ON DEMAND !
In all cases of Freight for parties not lesponsible or un
known, tbe Freight Money will be required In advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND WINES
MUST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the prty whom they are for, or plainly stated la the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for vantage or Loss, man oe inaue wuuiu uue
In no way liable for loss or accident to live stock.
pr Hack Drivers, Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, nntil after the passengers
have been landed.
mh8 79 WILDER CO.
8. C. ALL19.
a, p. Bosiaooa.
ALLEN & BOBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LUMBKRand all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paints, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
AOB9TS to BCBOOkKBS
del) Honolulu, Hawaiian Island. (ly
j. imLlSTK COOKE,
AGE.VT OF THE FOLLOWING COASTERS t
"Waiehu, and Juanita.
FLAG. Red with White BaU. OFFICE, Corner of
jal8 79 Nuuanu and Queen Streets.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER Ai CO., AGENTS.
Favoratile arrangements can always be made for
... .J Ul n. . n rm Oil Rnn. Wniil II ill
and other Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston, New York aod
other Eastern Ports. XT Cssh Advances msde.
ja 79 j. una wan, a
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRAN CISCO
C. BREWER & CO.. AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
ja? 79 C. BREWER A CO.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
A First Class Opportunity for an InTestmfiit In a
Sound Sugar Estate.
The gale of the II1LEA PLANTATION in Kan, Ha
waii, has been
Postponed to Thursday, Dec. 4th,
At 12 o'clock, M, at the office of Wm. G. Irwin A Co.
This estate com Drives 5018 acres, held under leases, having
an nnexmred term of about IS vears. at a rental of about $900
a year, and 57 acre freehold. Making a total area of 562
Cane is growing thriftly on 850 acres, promising a large
yield; 200 of which will be leady lor the mill in March next.
The buildiofrs are all new, comprising a dwelling bouse, board
ing house, laborers' house, blacksmith and carpenter's shop,
The Estate is well stocked wltb Working Horses, lame,
Males. Carts. Plows and other thine requisite for wxking a
plantation. There are also in process of osnufsciure at the
Honolulu Iron Works, aod nearly completed, a Sugar Mill,
Vaennm Pan. Pnmos. Engines. Steam Boilers, etc, and now
on the way from Europe, a Double Effect, makiog altogether
a most complete plantation for the manufacture of sugar.
Parties d-siriog otoer particulars can oniain me ssme st iuc
Office of Messrs. Wm. G. Irwin A Co.
JOH C. WALKLtt,
WM. G. IRWIN,
C. N. ePKNCER,
nl Surviving Partners ol tbe firm of C. Pi. Spencer at lo.
OARS AND CORDAGE,
EX AMY TURNER,
FIVE HUNDRED BEST WHITE ASH
O A Ki. all lengths: 350 Coils New Bedford Msuilla,all
sixes; five 30 feet New Bedford Whaleboats, for sale by
o2i 3m A. W. PEI nX'E at tu.
ROJLL.FS & CO.,
OULD INFORM THEIR FRIENDS
and toe puouc generally, mac mey one
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
Which has just been completed, situated at the Old Stand,
34 yueen Street, where they have been making targe additions
to tbeir stock of SMp Chandlery, Ship and Plantation Stores,
whick make their assortment large ana varied.
WiU be hsppv to have a call from tbeir patrons, snd they
will assure them that no pains will be spared to attend to their
ants in a satisfactory manner.
H e hsve now in Stock: Cord see, hemp and Manila, an as
sortment of sixes; Cotion Duck, Fisx Csnvas, Hemp Canvss.
Cot loo rail Twine, e, 0, 7 and 8 ply; Flax bail Twine, and 5
ply: Block. Oars. Shieves. Hooks and Thimbles, Ac, Ac, all
of which sill be sold st Bed Rock Prices.
Honolulu, Nov. 23d, 1878. jsl '79
tTII.MIXGTO. TAR. WILMINGTON
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
T EEF. PORK, HAMS. BACON. CHEESE,
For Sale by
M-M Lard. Ac, Ac
BOLLES If CO.
For sale by BOLLES A CO.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
Eldorado Flour at $2.
Corn Meal in 10ib bags
Cracked Wheat in 10ft bags.
Oat Meal in 10 tb bags.
Received this day by
sen BOLLES A CO.
A SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
i SMALL BALES, ex Murray, for sale low by
PLANTATION SALMON !
IOR SALE AT LOW RATE IN QUAN
TITIES to sail, by .
jan 11 It CASIbb oi t-UUbC.
FOR SA-LE !
California Beet; California Pork,
By Late A rrivala. For gale Low, by
se20tf A. W. FEIRCE A CO.
TO ARRIVE PER DISCOVERY
A FINK LOT OF
Broken to Harness, and
H. HACKFELD & CO.
TlHE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PRE
PARED to All Orders for Complete belts of Hawaiian
Ferns, onmounted, on short notice.
Price $10.00 for the Sett of 115; or smaller setts of
25, $2.50; 30, $1.00; or 50, $5.00.
The Specimens are beautifully preserved, retaining their nst
aral green, and most of the varieties have a portion of the root
Order far Mailing Mast laelade Pastage
mhl TH08. G. THRCM.
A Full Cargo of
BARK " STORMY PETREL,"
Wbich will be offered for ssle on very liberal terms, at the
oc4 G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
AT KAL1HI Caiekea Ranch,
Thoroughbred Berkshire rigs, ol tbe
Crown Prince, Boblee and Sambo families,
now ready lor nse and lor sale :
1 Berkshire Boar, 10 months aid, $42.
1 Berkshire Boar, 12 months old, $12.
Both of these pig were awarded the Silver Cup at the Sac
ramento State Fair by the Committee on Swine.
Prle e of Berkshire Pigs, $20 to $100 eath,
according to number, age acd condition, being about one half
tbe price charged in me jus tern staies tor morouguurcu
Parties wishing pigs can leave orders now, as 15 Utters will
come in in July and August next. Ada re as,
myS A. HERBERT, Hawaiian Hotel
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
M. RKKMNN, Master.
Has Just Arrived from Bremen,
122 days Passage, and is now discharging her
Cargo of IVTew Goods
A Large Assortment
VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE
IN EVERV LINE,
fbove Goods are offered to tbe Trade AT LOW
RATES and on LIBER AL TERMS by
oc4 H. HACKFELD & CO.
An Invoice of GENUINE
MADEIRA WINES !
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID !
G. AV. Macfarlane & Co.
Pacific Iron Works,
SAN FRANCISCO. MANUFACTURERS OF
Sugar Mills, Engines, Boilers,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
In Connection rc'rfh Sugar Plants.
For Prices and Terras, Apply to
E. P. ADAMS,
Agent for th Hawaiian Islands.
rflHE UNDERSIGNED, AS A MEMBER
I of the Staff of the Hawaiian Government Surveying Party,
having carefully examined personally most parts of tbe sever
al Islands of this Kingdom, now respectfully offers his services
to Sugar Planters and others who may require
and other modes of transport, as a purchasing
Agent or Advising Engineer."
He proceeds direct by this steamer to Boston, U. S. A., and
having every facility for so doing, will furnish, on application,
Plans, Specifications and Estimates of Cost for Iron
Bridges, Iron Honses, Bailways with Bridges
and Boiling Stock of III Descriptions.
Also, Machinery of Every Description
for the Manufacture of Sugar and Cleaning and Preparing Rice
for the Market.
Address in Boston, LiNLULS UABOT,
Civil Engineer, Room 6, No. 131 Devonshire Street.
P. S. Inquiries addressed to C. T. Culick, in Honolulu, will
receive prompt attention. my24 tf
S FORT STREET.
31 A G N I N
HA8 JCST RECEIVED
ANOTHER MAMMOTH PURCHASE,
BOUGHT FOR CASH.
A floe line of Wool Blankets, worth $12 a pair, selling at (9.
Fine Lonsdale Cotton worth 18 cts, selling at 14 cts.
Pride Frnit of the Loom Water-Twist Cotton worth IS cts, sell
ing at 14 cts.
Pride Heavy Brown Cotton worth IS cts, selling at 12J cts per
White Sheeting, 10-4 wide, selling at 35 cts per yard.
Brown Sheeting, 10-4 wide, telling at 33 cts per yard.
A floe lot of Dress Goods, worth 50 cts per yard selling at
Fine Waterproofs, from 75 cts to $1.25 per yard.
A fine line of Turkish Towels, worth $9 per doz, selling for $4.
100 Marseilles Quilts, worth $10 each, selling at $6.
100 Marseilles Quilts, worth $5 each, selling at $2 50.
100 Marseilles Quilts, worth $4 each, selling at $2.
A nice assortment of Black Velvets and Colored Silks great
reduction in prices. Also.
A fine line of Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery.
An immense assortment of Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing,
Custom-made, which will be sold at greatly reduced
Gents' Suits from $12 to $20. Youths' Suits from $3 to $12.
Boys' Suits from $2 50 to $6.
And also a targe assortment of Genu', Youths' and Boys' FelC
and Straw Hats, and Gents' Silk Cap and Boys' Velvet
A very line line of Ladies1 and Children's Kid Shoe and Slip
per will sen them as cheap aa they were ever sold be
fore in this market.
Also fine assortment of French and American Prints-
French Prints sell at 12 J eti per yard; American Prints
sell at 10 cts per yard. All these Prints warranted fast
colors, and very nice patterns.
A fine assortment of White and Gray Flannels at Low Prices,
and a fine line of Colored and White Table Damask.
These Goods were selected by S. MAGNIN himself, for
casa, and will be sold accordingly. Th Public will do well to
give him a call, thereby saying money. se20
lillFTT BALES OP BEST NAVV OAKUM.
V olS 19 For Sale by BOLLES oc CO.
Us. E- S tex hz has been appointed Collector of the
Port and Collection District of Koloa. Kauai, rtor A. Bindt
resigned. W. r. iuin, Collector General.
Collector Gt-m ral's Office, Oct. 31, 18T9. no8 lm
K Tne following named persons have been appointed
member of the Tax Appeal Boards for the year 1379 :
Honolulu Cecil Brown. G B Kalaackane.
Ewa A Waianae 1 Kakona. Wm Tell.
Waialua F Pahia. J Haalou, Kahalehili.
Eoolaulo Naahalama. Paiu. Nahunahopo.
Koolaupoko Asa Kauha. Eanewelu.
Hilo Ai Akau. Kainiki fispai.
..PoDa Eaikuahine, Plena.
""Kan J Eauhane. G W C Jones.
6 Eona Kino, Makalaau.
N Eona S Haluapo, G- W Ikaika, Meemii.
S Kohala Z Faakiki, W H Daniels,
N Kohala Geo Holmes, Ksmanoha.
Hamakiui R A Lyman. J K Eaunamano.
Lahaina J O Kawehe. D KamaioplLi.
Wailuku W E Makakoa, J Nakookoo.
Mskawao H Birch. J Katuakele.
Hana S Eaai, Heleknnihi.
Molokal A Lanai D Kaopeebina, D Nakaleka.
Hanalel Makaliu, Pnuki.
Eawaiaau Kuahau. H Eahele.
Lihue W E H Deverill. i Kale.
Koloa W Lovell. Josia Keawe.
Waimea d B Rowell, Iona Kua.
Niihau E Kahale, Kealaula.
Simon K Eaai, Minister of Finance.
.Department of Finance, Xov. 4th, 1S79 nSlm
Thk anniversary of the birth of His Majesty the King,
November, 16th, falling on Sunday, Monday, November,
17th, will te obsf rved as a Public Holiday, and all Public
Offices throughout the Kingdom will be closed.
SAM'L. G. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, October. 28th. 1879. nov. l-3t
S Notice. -
r As a measure of relief to the money market, the Hawaii
an Treasury will cah its bond, on terms to be arranged
with the Registrar of Public Accounts, until farther no
tice. SIMON K. KA AI,
Nov. 1-1 mo Minister of Finance.
Supreme Court October Term, 1879
The following Bute of Court, having been submitted
by the Court to the Members of the Bar and approved by
them, was promulgated on tbe 25th of October, 1879, and
ordered to be printed.
JNO. E. BARNARD, Clerk.
A. It is ordered : That every petition by an insolvent
declaring himself a bankrupt, shall contain or there shall
be annexed thereto a schedule containing a full and true
statement, as far as is possible to be made, of all the
debts owing by the petitioner, to whom dne, and the
nature of each debt or demand, whether founded on writ
ten security, obligation, contract or otherwise, and a
statement of any existing mortgage, pledge, lien, judg
ment or collateral or other security given for the pay
ment of the name. ' '
B. In addition to the notice prescribed by Section 9G7
of the Civil Code calling upon creditors to appear before
the Justice at the time appointed to prove their debts,
there shall be served by the Marshal or his Deputy writ
ten or printed notices of said hearing by mail or person
ally, on all creditors upon the schedule filed with, the
petition, or whose names may be given to the Marshal or
his Deputy iu addition by the debtor, or whose existence
he may ascertain otherwise.
C. And whenever any person shall have been adjudged
a bankrupt on the petition of a creditor or creditors.
before notice shall issue to the creditors to appear and
prove their debts, the bankrupt shall be required to fur
nish the Marshal or his Deputy with schedule of his
creditors in like manner as is above provided in the case
of a voluntary bankrupt, and service shall be made upon
them as above required when the petition is by an insol
vent D. When a claim has been presented for proof and the
Justice entertains doubts of its validity or of the right of
the creditor to prove it, and is of opinion that such valid
ity or right ought to be investigated by the assignees, he
may postpone the proof of the claim until the assignees
are chosen, and due notice of said additional hearing
hall be given by the Marshal or his Deputy as may be
directed by the Justice. nol 3t
All parties holding irrigation privileges are hereby
notified, that from the hour of 7 P. M. to 6 a. m. no irriga
tion will be allowed.
Any parties whomsoever that fail to observe this rule
strictly, will have their water taps shut off without
further notice. it. irishman.
Honolulu, Oct. 21th, 1879. 3t Supt. Water Works
School Teachers txverienoed in teaching In the English
laniruage. desiring employment here, can obtain infor
mation on the subject by applying at the office of the
Board of Education. v . Jas. smith, sec-y.
Education Office Oct. 24th, 1879. 3t
APPLICATIONS for the purchase of Government
Lots, on the Kulaokabua 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 ssme ; the Government de
cline to sell to parties desiring to bold for an advance.
Should the price ottered be satisfactory, tne Lots will
be put up at auction, after a reasonable advertisement of
TEKMS 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 or tne said lots can be seen at tne interior umce
and all luionuatlou given.
DAM L li. WILDES
au9 Minister of the Interior.
List of Licenses Expiring in Nov. 1879.
Notice is hereby given that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
SAM la It. YV lJ-.Ui.lt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1S79.
OAHTJ 1 Ah Sing, Pawaa, Kona.
1 Ah Eoi, Maunskea st, Honolulu
2GF Roberts, cor Nuuanu & Hotel sts,
5 G Segelken & Co, Nuuanu st, "
6 C Afong, Nuuanu st, "
6 T O Thrum, Merchant st,
7 P H Tripp, cor Fort and King sts,
10 Young Loi & Co, Waipio, Ewa
11 Chung Hoy, Nuuanu st, "
11 W M Wenner, Fort st. "
12 L Copenhagen, Nuuanu st, "
13 T O Thrum, Fort st, "
13 H R Hollister, Nuuanu st, "
15 Tong Lo, Nuuanu st, "
17 Jos Enos, King st,
18 Gee Pio, Leleo, King st, "
18 Hip Wo Chong A Co, Nuuann st, '
22 Chung Kee, Ulakoheo,
2:1 Tong Kim, Emma et, "
24 N Clifford k D C Humphreys, Mannakea St.,
2ti Allen A Robinson, Queen st, "
29 Lock Hop, Nuuanu st, "
HAWAII 1 On Cliong, Waiohinu, Kau
1 J It Milis, Waipio, uamaltua
6 A S Cleghorn & Co, Hookena, South Kona
20 Man Cheong, Laupahoehoe, Hilo
MACI 4 Ho Hong, Kahulul
7 H A Heen, Makawao
12 Apo, Lahaina
25 Harold Giles, Wailuku
MOLOKAI 23 A S Cleghorn k Co, Kaunakahakai
KAUAI 4 J D Neal, Koloa
1 W G Irwin, Kaahumanu st, - Honolulu
2 J T & H Waterhouse, King st, "
7 J T k H Waterhouse, Queen st, "
1 Jas Dodd, Pantheon Saloon, Honolulu
8 Daniel Hanley, Royal Hotel, "
I Lok Kok, Nuuanu st, Honolulu
9 A bona, Maunakea et, "
11 Hop Cbong, Haiku, Maui
14 Apana Hapai, Punahoa, Hilo, Hawaii
15 Achee. Huffman's Hall. Hott-1 st, "
18 Sam Sing. Kaiopihi, North Kohala
29 Ahauo, Pahala, Kau
1 Jas Dodd, Pantheon Saloon
18 G Enpiuda, Wailuku, Maui
13 Owen J Holt, City Market
15 W H Rice, Lihue, Kauai
2 James Lewis, Kona
7 Edgar Halstead, '
12 J Tibbetts,
15 H M Whitney, jr
13 A J Cartwright, jr
21 8 M Damon, "
27 S B Dole,
2 Ah Lung, North Kona, Hawaii
11 Akinna, Nawiliwili, Kauai
18 Ah Pa
18 Ah Hoi
25 Ah Suug. Oahu
29 Young Loy, Oahu
XT SOMETHING NEW I TO PLANTER8, PLANTA-
tion Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need of a light
isndv machine for setting up and mending fence wire.
will find jnst the thing at Dillingham A Co.'s store. Fort
street. " 1
AvVwrn Rcpiirnvn The schooner Liliu. one Of
the vessels owned by F. A. Cooke has been IsiJ op
the past week for repairs in Emmes dock, she is to
receive a general overhauling, consisting of new top,
and a thorough caalking will require a few weeks to
put her in a sea worthy condition.
The "General Seigel " is also undergoing repairs.
Messrs Tibbets and Sorenson has her in charge, aad
now lies in tbe dock yard where her bottom will be
newly caulked centre board taken out, new outside
keel put on, and a general renovating, which will
cause a delay for the next month to come.
The Hilo ram" Pato has completed her repair
and returned to Hilo to resume her place as a
coaster around tbe parts of Hawvii to be more careful
in the future.
The eciiooner Manuokaxoai has about completed
her overhauling and will soon resume her coasting
5.4 TVRDA V. SO VEMDER 8.
-ff" Opium caa hardly be considered a drug
in the1 matki-t at tbe present taif ot $75 per tin
Not Ttpiioid. By late information received from
Wailuku, Maui, the statement that typhoid fever
existed there is found iot to be correct. Tbe cor
respondent says tbat malarial fevers exist to a
slight extent, but do not assume tbe low or typhoid
Nor Cokkkct. The statement made in last
Saturday's Advertiser with regard to tbe native
policeman, named Mokuabi. who arrested tbe
woman on Emma Street last week was incorrect
We have been conviuced tbat tbe policeman done
bis duty in lb.it instance and under the circum
Mrsic. Tbe Band will play this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at 4. p. K Tbe follow
ing is tbe programme :
Overture Light Cavslry Supp
Waltz Cagliofctro in Viniua Straus
Tric A tula V erdl
Polka m unirka In a Dream Uung'I
National Song Empress and ljuwn Levey
Vuaurnie r lower cnain Faust
More Rottmahs. The American bark J. H
Staver, CapL J. V. MclauUcr, wbicb arrived here on
tbe 2d hist, brings Captain Franks and Nelson
mate, of the lost schooner Alana. Sbe also brings
twenty-one laborers, all Kotumab Islanders, from
the wrecked vessel. Joseph " one of the Rotu
mahs has been forwarded as a present to Mr. Far
ker by Chief Albert.
Disgraceful Conduct. We learn from a corres
pondent tbat while a boat belonging to the steamer
Ltktta was landing passengers at Maalaea, Maui,
a row occurred through tbe exertions of a half-caste
under the influence of liquor, and during its progress
one person, a non-combatant, was severely injured.
Several ladies and gentlemen in tbe boat at tbe time
were badly frightened.
Meeting. Dame Rumor, that ever busybody,
hath it that tbe native candidates for the next
Legislature will open the campaign on tbis day, at
12 at, under the auspices of the sbed which protects
the Likelike't wharf from sun and rain. Tbe plat
forms by which the various contestants will stand
(or fall) during tbe coming tussle for legislative
honors, will undoubtedly be presented to the numer
ous constituents, and although there is no necessity
or paying any money, yet those voters present will
nave a good opportunity to take tbeir choice.
The Fish Market. The indications in the
market show that the past week has been a very
dull one to the owners of stands, both in the meat,
fish and fruit departments. A large supply of fish
is at present in the market, for which there seems to
be no demand. Several hundred pounds of meat
nave Deen saitea aown within the past two days in
consequence or tne large supply on band. Water
melons and other fruits are also in a nerishable state.
No week during the past year has been so unprcfita-
Die in tne market as tne present one.
i i m
f The Latest Dodge. The bark Kalakaua, which
las just arrived from San Francisco, brought with
other cargo, a lot of pine wood. An inquisitive
customs officer discovered that some of tbis wood
bad been split, then glued and nailed together
again, and pursuing bis investigation, discovered
(on taking the nailed pieces apart) a niche had
been cut out of the centre large enough to contain
a four pound can of opium, wbicb laid snugly
within. Only four tins bave been discovered so
far. but tbe returns are not all ia.
A Chapter of Accidents. From Ilamukua,
Hawaii, we learn that on tbe 19th ult., tbe tide
rose so high at Mahiki that a large amount of
bricks and machinery belonging to the Paahau
Plantation, and wbicb were on tbe wbarf, was car
ried away by tbe action of tbe waves. Tbe prop
erty lost was valued at between three and four
thousand dollars. It is also ttated tbat a native by
tbe name of Kaunamano, who with others was en
gaged in divmsr for tbe lost property, bad two of
bis ribs broken. A Portuguese also bad bis band
crushed by one of tbe pieces of machinery.
The Circcs. The benefit tendered to Geo.
Luproil, Proprietor of tbe Royal Hawaiian Circus,
on last Saturday tbe 1st inst, was a success In
every particular, tbe presence of His Majesty and
suite adding considerable eclat to the occasion.
The beneficiary took the opportunity, during the
evening to give bis genial friend Mr. A. II. Moss
man tbe ' benefit " of a surprise by prcsentiug
him with un elegantly framed set of photographs
which tbe non plussed recipient, blusbingly ac
cepted. To-nigbt the "Prince's Own" take a
benefit, and as tbe programme includes Mile. Paul
ine's thrilling " leap through fire " tbe bouse should
Aeronaut and Lecturer. Prof. R. G. Wells, a
noted aerostat and who bos made aerial flights in
all portions of tbe world, is at present in tbis city,
and attempting to negotiate with responsible citi
zens towards tbe necessary inducement for the con
struction of a balloon, in wbich it is tbe Professor's
intention to make captive ascensions from some
suitable locality on tbis Island. Should tbe gen
tleman succeed in perfecting bis plans, our resi
dents will be enabled to enjoy themselves in mid
air where the typhoid aod otber malarial diseases
do not exist. Prof. Wells is accompanied by bis
wife wbo has a reputation of being familiar with
tbe rostrum, and as tbis lady has travelled exten
sively in tbe Holy Lands a lecture on such a sub
ject should prove interesting.
Tue Theatre Tbe Royal Illusionists. Messrs.
Tborne and Darvin, gave two more of tbeir pleas
ing performances during the week passed, and
each entertainment was given to a house filled
with tbe elite and beauty of tbe city. Tuesday a
performance were to bave been witnessed by His
Majesty and Suite, but indisposition prevented bis
attendance in person. Thursday evening a com.
plete change of programme was made, and tbe
brains of tbe audience were once more puzzled
with the nimblenesa and rapidity with which Prof.
Thorn brought doves from glass bottles, handker
chiefs from books aod numerous otber eccentrici
ties wbicb puzzled and pleased. Tbe rendition of
tbe spiritualistic portion of tbe programme, in
wbicb Mr. Darvin shines forth as tbe medium, was
very interesting, tbe faces of CapL Kidd, Kelly tbe
Bushranger, and olber noted characters appearing,
(by the way where was Capt. Cook?) and in an
inexplicable manner. The appearance of Miss
Katie King's ghost, she didn't wear hoops, caused
one of tbe young gentleman wbo bad been ap
pointed to investigate tne now it was done."
left tbe stage in ratber a precipitate manner much
to tbe amusement of tbe audience. To night tbe
Thursday evening performance will be repeated,
and as Prof. Thorn bas challenged tbe rope-tyers
of tbe town to secure bim, an interesting addition
to the programme may be expected.
From tbk South Sba Islands. Tbe Slorm Bird
which left this post on the 28 Lb day of last June,
ostensibly for tbe purpose of a voyage to tbe South
Sea Islands, and tinder special instructions from (be
Board ol Immigration to call at a number of
Islands, had not arrived, as will be seen by read
ing tbe following report of Captain Franks, former
ly of the Schooner Mana, at her point of destin
ation, nor bad any of the steamers tbat ply among
the islands, caught a glimps of the tempestuous
fowl. Tbe Hawaii, which left here on tbe 30tb of
July, had arrived at Jaluit, Bonham's Island, on
the 22nd of Angust. and was still at that Island
waiting tbe appearance of tbe Storm Bird, when
Captain Francks left. Mr. Edward Everett, tbe
Government Agent at tbe Island, bad chartered a
schooner, to take the place of the missing Storm
Bird, to ply among tbe islands and pick up
laborers. It is also reported tbat the Hnwaii ran
ashore and but for assistance rendered by tbe Brig
Morning Star would probably have been injured.
Tbis accident, and the non-appearance of the
Slorm Bird will cause the detention of tbe Iluvraii
at Boubam's Island until late in January, there
fore her arrival here may not be looked for three or
four months to come. Tbe Slorm Bird according
t ) this report is 35 days overdue at her port of
destination. Jaluit. and 110 days out from here
at the date the Seaver left. Following is a por
ti jn of Captain Franck's report :
Tbe Hawaiian Barque Hawaii, Capt. Wood,
arrived at Bonham's Island on August 22nd. As
no information reached us of the Storm Bird from
the vessels direct from the King's Mill group we
conclude tbat she must have met with some m-
bap. Tbis will detain tbe Hawaii up to en(j
of December at Bonham's Island, e8Sr9. Hern
sheim 4 Co. have chaitered ove 0f t-lT vessels to
do the work assigned, to Storm Bird."
The Yellow Fever District
Little Rock, Aakna. Oct 16th. Tbe Execu
tive Committee of the Suae Board of Health b3
relieved ail health officer and pickets from duty,
and authorized tbe running of all railroad trains.
Tbe only restrictions are upoo tbe stoppage of
trains at Forest City for the receipt of freight or
Memtuis. Oct 2Cth. On? case of fever was re
ported to tbe Board of Healih to-day. The un
dertakers report thre inteituetit. Two hundred
absentees returned tbis afternoon, via tbe Louis
ville road. Tbe Howard will disband tbeir medi
cal corps to-morrow. Tbe weather ia cloudy.
Cincinnati. Oct 2Gib. About fifty Mempbians
bave left for home since tbe announcement of tbe
end of tbe epidemic. Tber are about 250 yet
here. Tbey held a meeting to day, and made
arrangements to start to morrow and Tuesday.
Litekmokk. Oct 26th General Grant was met
at the depot al 2 o'clock, this worning, by a crowd
of over six hundred prtaous, among tbem being
J. U. Maboney. Special Agent of tb Postal De
partment : L. II. Culler President of the Town
Trustees, and others. Tbe arrival of the train was
heralded by tbe ringing of Leila, tb blowing of
whistles, tbe filing ol anvils, and tbe general hilar
it v of those present. Alter a general shaking cf
bands with tbe General, tbe train proceeded East
ward. ' Virginia. Oct 26th. The city is profusely dee
orated for Grant's arrival. Considerable dissat
isfaction if felt here because Careon bas Interfered
with tbe Virginia programme for Grant's recep
tion. Carson, Oct 26tb. General Grant and party ar
rived here at 6:15 r. st. Tbe streets are ablaze
with bonfires, etc. Tbe Capitol and business
houses are profusely decorated. ' There will be a
reception to morrow at 9:30 a. m. The party
leaves for Virginia at noon.
' The New Ohio Legislature.
Columbus. Oct 26th The canvass of tbe tola
for members of tbe General Assembly, cast on
October 14th, shows tbat the Republican elected
69, and tbe Democrats elected 44, members of the
House. Tbe Republicans elected 22, and tbe Dem
ocrats 15, members ot tbe Senate. Republican
majority on joint ballot, 31.
Fighting Bam, '
Cincinnati, October 26 tb A party of women
in Fredericktown, Knox country, Ohio, yesterday
broke into a saloon and destroyed the liquor.
Tbey warned Wicker & Vincent, druggists, tbat
tbey would be treated in tbe same way If they
did not remove tbeir liquors by Monday. Wicker
& Vincent threatened to defend tbeir property,
aud to-day bave caused warrant to b issued
for tbe arrest of tbe women.
New York, Oct 26ib. Tbe steamship CVy of
Chester, wbicb arrived to-day, brought XI 20,2 W) la
The Indian Troubles, , . , ,
Washington. OcL 26 Secretary Scburs to-day
received a short despatch wiitten by Special Agent
Adams from Plateau Creek, on tbe 21st instant,
and forwarded via Los Pino, from which It ap
pears tbat be did not take the surrendered captives
(namely, William and Miss Meeker, Miss Price,
aud two children.) to General Merrill's camp, but
immediately sent them with a scout to Lake City,
to proceed tbence via Del Norte to Denver, lie
add in tbe despatch tbat tbe Indians are anxious
for peace and desire a full Investigation upon tbe
question of tbe trouble. i . - .
Secretary Scburz and General Sherman bad a
conference with the President to-day at tbe Execu
tive Mansion, and subsequently Secretary Schurs
telegrabed additional instructions to Special Agent
Adams, wbo is expected to arrive at Los Pinoe
Agency on tbe SOtb. Tbey all continue to think
the prospect of an early and satisfactory settlement
of the Ute troubles very satisfactory. , i
Railway Disaster. ; '
Detroit, Oct. 10. A serious and frightful acci
dent occurred on the Michigan Central Railroad,
a short distance east of the junction, about one o'
clock this morning. Tbe Paclflo Express train.
west-bound, wbicb left Detroit forty minutes late,
collided with a switch engine on tbe main track at
that place, telescoping tbe baggage and express
car, and piling the remaining coaches, eleven in
number, on top of tbe others. Tbe flrst coach was
filled witb emigrants, most of whom were killed or
seriously wounded. Many occupants of tbe otber
coacbes were also killed or injured. It is supposed
there are twenty or thirty passengers killed and
twenty to thirty wounded. Tbe majority of the
number are thought to be emigrants and seoond-
class passengers. As near as can be ascertained.
the accident was caused by the switchman havinir
charge of tbe freight train at Jackson Junction, oc
cupying the main track witb a switch euglne and
caboose, understanding that tbe Pacific Express
was considerably behind time. Tbe express train.
however, bad made np nearly all the lost time.
Tbe engineer and fireman of tbe express train were
literally torn to pieces, but tbe engineer and Ore
tnan ol the switch engine escaped injuries bv
jumping from tbe engine. The train was made up
of seven Wagner sleepers, four passenger coaches
and mail and baggage cars. Tbe tender of tbe en
gine was telescoped into tbe baggage-car about
half its length. Tbis car in turn forced its way in
to the mail car, and these crowded tbe first passen
ger coach to the right on tne embankment and
crashed back through the two following. Passen
gers in the first coacb were comparatively unharm
ed, tbe harvest of death being reaped in the seeond
and third coaches. The fourth coach escaped wltb
slight damage and none of tbe Wagner coacbes
were injured. -
. EUROPEAN. ,
The English Liberals.
Manchester, Oct. 26. Tbe great Liberal de
monstration was continued here on Saturday,
Tbe Marqais of Uartington and John Bright made
speeches, vehemently attacking tbe Government.
Paris, Oct. 26. The Grand Dukes Alexis and
Paul bave started for Russia. Tbey will visit Em
peror William at Berlin on tbeir way boms. .
Uarai, one oi the amnestied Communists, baa
been elected a Municipal Councillor at Lyons.
. Troubled Turks.
London, Oct. 26. A Vienna correspondent re
ports thai rumors prevail there of great excitement
in Constaotiuople, in consequence of placards be
ing posted inciting tbe inhabitants to revolt.
The Cuban Problem.
London, Oct. 26. A despatch from Madrid ssvs
tbat at tbe Council on Saturday, tbe Minister of the
Colonies presented a plan for tbe recognition oi
the right to immediate liberty of slaves in Cuba
and tbeir civil rights of citizenship, but witbbold-
ng the enjoyment ol political rights until tbe ex
piration of eight years forced labor.
Fighting at Shutargardan.
London, Oct. 2li. A despatch from Kushl ssvs
tbat General Gough's brigade bas arrived there to
succor the force holding the intrenched camp at
Shutargardan, the commander of wbich reports
that be Is surrounded by thousands of Mangolds.
He signals tbat be can bold bis own, but from tbe
beavy firing it is dear that be is hotly ene-aged.
General Gougb will march for Shutargardan to
morrow. It tbe position should prove untenable, it
will be evacuated, but if tbe enemy, disperse, a
force will remain at Shutargardan, and General
Gough's brigade will return to Cabul.
London. Oct. 26. A Cabul despatch says tbat
tbe tribes wbicb were inventing Shutargandan
A Correc tion.
London, OcL 21bL Tbe Journal de St. Peters
burg contradicts the statement tbat England bas
informed Russia tbat British influence must domi
nate in tbe foreign relations of Afghanistan.
Hungarian Distress. -Pesth.
Oct. 21st. Distress in Uungury. on ac
count of tbe bad harvest, is very great, Tbe Gov
ernment bas suspended tbe collection of taxes un
til tbe next barvest bas been gathered. In fifty
seven towns and villages in Temes. country the
greatest distress prevails. In Saros country,
where some eases ol starvation nave occured, forty
parishes are threatened witb famine. Frightful
accounts bave also been received from the coun
ties of Abanj, Uewes. and Zempe.
Citt op Mexico. Oct. 21at. Governor Charles
of Coahuila, anticipating tbe passage of (he law
extending Federal jurisdiction over tbe district of
Sierra Mojada. telegraphed on tbe 11th inst., say
ing tbat Cbibuabtia and Durango are not opposing
tbe jurisdiction of Coahuila ; also tbat several min
ing companies, bearing ol the action of tbe Feder
al Government, bas dlwolved. Other and richer
mines are said to bave been discovered near
Mojada, and over 12. Out) persons bave gone to
Tbe following Cabinet changes are reported ;
Junto Beoitez. Secretary for Exterior Relations ;
Manuel Payro, Secretary ol tbe Treasury ; Igna
cio Mejia, Secretary of War. Senor Benitei con
tinues to refnse to be a candidate for tbe Presi
dency, but bis party Is growing daily, and all
probabilities favor tbe belief tbat be will certainly
accept tbe nomination in due time.
Resisting the Austrians.
London. October 22. A despatch from Constan
tinople says: The Porte bas news that tbe Aus
trians bave not surprised the revolt at Nevesinge.
The Austrian lo, 400 killed and wounded. Tbe.
insurgent?, are entrenched among tbe mountain
Vienna, October 22. Tbe stale of affairs. Her
zegovina is becoming serious. Christiana vefnae to.
pay rent to Turkish landholders, ani threatens to
shoot them if they try to coller ft la believedi
tbat the Christians are being appfeil, with.raonej,
and arms from Montenegro,