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BY E. P. AD MS
REGULAR CASH SALE !
On FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20,
At 10 o'clock, A. M , will besotj
An Assorlment of Dry Goods,
Wh.inn.1 P.cmn Cotton. Fmr White Shirt,
Am-ri-o Print. W hite t4a.ii.
Oilw an-1 U-l Wnnl p.lankria
fancy -rl. M-n's !S:as. La If' S toekinf ,
fancy Wool Bturt. tltair, etc.
Also, Fresh Groceries and Canned Goods !
Mr M array's 1 anl 2 lb. Ojsfr. V.hUrr, ?Un,
iwa J -Hie. .. I n C.te TM A I'm Fruit,.
La Croiv Cora. liv UJ, I'rrtw-h olive. , t Sni.w,
Lard. Btoa, and Baron. Mtni Pkr k, Koap,
for ami rVaa. Tint M.Ik and svla IracsT.
tt C'nirnrd Mils. K- and s'nirsr.
H- Corn. l: and ferao. ki.U. llf. kiili. :nj.,n.
Ci lukfl Corned B-'t, rV.iP-.l b-f.
K. I. . I A Ml. Auctioneer.
REAL ESTATE !
By dirertion of F.
W. R.-ektey. I am
d!r-f J to vll at
fuM e A ik:' n.
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 6lh,
al 1 p. m ol ilul day, lual certain
Piece or Parcel of Land
Fitnate al Waikiki, IiUnJ of Oaha, an. I
liCiiOAVii iijs IIeluiiio;i,
and being IsaoaetlUtely m.kai of Ibe yropeily of llrr
M-jsty Hurra Emma-
teitraoseat Water Pipes EaaTbreszh Ibe Premie
U Title Perfect. For further partirulars, enquire of
E. P. A DA Mi, Aacfr.
CECIL BROWN, Attorney for P. W. Bccklry.
MORTGAGEES NOTICE OF SALE.
Tr DIRKCTIO.Vaf STKI'IIEN SPKXCKR
mw aixl li A ttidfmr.n, the atortfrax-s named in three
certain inltfntares ol mif tzff dateil respectively November
25, UTS, April iO. 1V77 and -i.tember , l-)77. made by K-
no R. klatmlge and Uil P. E Id retire, her biubaud, to II.
A. W Niemann n.l fl' p -n itirT, I am directed to sell at
public auction O.N g A 1 lKDA Y, the 6th day of March, lru.
at 14 M. at soy saleroom in Honolulu, that certain tract of
la ait uruat in the IiaUictof Kola. Ialand of Maoi. aiwl known
aa I he Ahapoaa, of Kaonoala. and said to contain 10.000 aen-a.
soar or less, ana brina; to land awaidvd to one llewsbewa
by Kokana. IJ-lu 3ii7.
For further particalars enqaire of
K. P. ADAM?. Auctioneer,
Or CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee 2l 7t
MORTGAGEE S NOTICE OF SALE.
Br DIRECTION OF A.J.CARTWRIKIIT
the amignee of a certain nortiraire dated Ore. 24 ih, 177,
aaada by W m. P. Lamahrihei and Kanio, bis wife, and oth rs,
to Tbotnaa Cummina. ami by said Cam nun assiirned to the
said A. J. Cartwtight. I am directed tsell at public auction,
for a bnach of the cotkiitiona in sait BBort(a( deed coatained.
On Saturday, the 13th day of March,
ISM, II 12 M.,at my ?alrr xm, in Honolulu, those certain
piece or parcels of land situate in Kona, Iln 1 of Hawaii, and
known as l)a Ahupuaas of 31aibl and KalahikL Also, that
certaia pleee Und at Kona Akau. and described in Royal
Patent IHii. an.1 CQclsininj &O-10O acres. Also, that certaia
plee af Und situat at llonokaa, Ilamakua. Hawaii, and de
scribed in Koyal I'ateni 1-M5. awl contalnirg 3!i acres. Also,
thnas sartsin pieces or parcels of land situate in Honolulu, Ial
and f Oaha, and being Apanas 2 and S of Koyal Patent 16U2
and Apaoaa 4 ami 7 of sWjai Patent 14U4.
Pur lartfcer particulars, eoqure of felt
E. p. ADA MS, Aactiooeer.
Or CECIL EROWN. Attorney for assicnee ol roortf ie.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
JK. I I.
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
' ' or other parts of the Islands.
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HATE Tlir.lR
Orders Filled al Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. K. I. A D A l Queen Street.
b has oar leacrtpliv Catalogue with friers.
.It Stare af L. W. 1I0PP, kin St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Walnut Sideboards.
BUck Walnut ltnin Chairs.
Osk Cane feat Dining Chairs,
Cedar Bedroom rteta,
fine Bureaus, e , Ac. .Ac.
P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
HOUSE FOR SALE
K. I HUNK AM LOT .N" EMMA STREET,
Belonging to the ondersigned
No. XI Merchant St., Importer and Dealer in
DIAIVlOiyrD GOODS !
LtllloV AM CKMLKMK'S
Waltham h Elgin Watches
IN COLD AND 9ILTKR VMZi;
SOLID GOLD JEWELRY,
Etc., Etc., in Great Variety;
WATCHES & CHRONOMETERS RATED !
Magnifying Glasses, Sextants,
Quadrants, or Nautical Instruments,
Repaired and Adjusted.
AT Lj O W 11 rV V. S s
XT ler from th- Other Ilanl Promptly Atten.le.1 to,
aat Uuuts Vurvardeil C. . !
U. B. Chronometers Carefully Cleaned
t Transit Instrument an.1 Other Atron"micl Observations
under the special control of Mr. UfcO. E. JACKSON, Rei,re.t
CASH OX DELIVERY 2
for cale by
DOLLEi ii CO.
a MALL IXT OF SUPERIOR iitALITV
A la SMALL BA LE3, e Murray. For
KTI'm AT Al'CTIOX.
r .b. 14. :1U. m .
: : SATURDAY,
F-b. 1. at 11 a. m . at T;tbu' A t rcr.Q- W Larf,
Lot of Ship's Iron, Firewood, &c.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aorj-orer.
ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19
. . , . . . ,
At lu a. m. at ,e;rr.ni. w.Il be s ! !.
An Assortment of DRY GOODS,
AND A LOT or
choice i.or or
iti Murray's Oystt-rs 1 an 1 2 ll. Pui-t-rir Lutirh T- c?a s,
fsrlines, J and 1 boxes; !tiiiri'ir Columbi Hirer rtjlmon,
LoMters. Mixed Pukles. Mi.k Egle liranJ, Cali!e fo:iJ.,
Axortol Crackers. rU-admir Biscuit, Oliro Oil,
Iioes of Superior Tea and Can lies.
And Other CHOICE STORES.
C. 8. BARTOW. Anct'r.
ON SATURDAY, : : : FEB. 21st.
At 12 O'clock Noon, at the Wharf, will be sold
The Hawaiian Sch. General Siegel
3 TONS II KG 1ST KK.
This vessel has been very lately through the carpenters'
hand, and has been put in first rate order; bas good
SAILS, ANCHORS ANO CHAINS, BOAT,
Carries a large Carirn and sails well. ?he has t.'OASTIXG
and rAHL.Nt.KK I.IChNSKi. and a l'liry mt Inaur-
scr tr I UUU, all of ahich Will be transferred to I lie
ET TERMS AT SALE.
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
CORALS AiB SIIi:i.f,S
From tho South Sea Islands,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21,
At 10 o'clock, a. m., at Salesroom, will be sold,
iv is riGrv :v rr lot
RED CORAL SHELLS !
A SPLENDID LOT OF
Batama Mats, Fancy Mats, FatumaKapas,
Native Mats, &c, &c.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
Two Iroa Safes, Out Iras Tank, a Lot of taLs.
C. 8. IIAIITOW.
C. 8. BARTOW.
. ' 1 1 M II E U N. f I K C I' I T J I' I tO E. SKCON 1)
Judu:ial District. Hawaiian Itl.inds.
In the luiate of W. F. C ipfcK. cf Makai w. Maul.de-
eed. n reading and filing the ieiicion of J. D. llavekost.
the A'lniinivrator of the K.tace of Wui. F. Cooier. of Maka-
wo. JUui, dereaed. aakif g tl.at his accounts be approvetj,
and be be disehsrged from lurther resofiiliili(y.
It i ordered, that Tl'KSDA V, March 2d, at 10 o'chek
a. m , st the Court House in Mskawan, lc set apart as the lime
and place f.r hearing said petition, and any objections that may
be tfered thereto; and all persons Interested are hereby notified
A BR. FOKXANDER.
Circuit Juilge, 2nd Judicial District, II. I.
Lahaina, Jan. "."ith, I'ifii fc" 3t
SII'Kl'.M E COURT OFTIIE HAWAIIAN
llanls. In Probate. In the matter of the K.-TATK )Y
E. T. O'HALLoR N, late of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased. At
Chambers. t fore Mr. Justice McL'ully. Order of notice of pe
tition for allowance of accounts, discharge and final distribu
tion of property.
On reading and filing the petition and accounts of F. S.
PRATT, ev ruior of the will of E. T. O'llalloran, late of Ho
nolulu, Oabu. d'-reased, wherein be asks to be allowed $5241 59,
and charges luniwlf with f $Hl ..'.o, and asks that the same may
be examine I an I approved, and that ba may be discharged
Irom all further responsibility as fiurh executor.
It is ordered that W tUS fcs'D.V Y, the 31 day of March, A. D.
IStO. at 10 o'clock, a. m.. before the said Justice, at Chambers,
in the Court House, at Honolulu, be ami the same hereby is
appointed as the time ami place for hearing said petition and
accounts, and that ail perons interested may then and there
appear and show cause, if any th-y have, why the same should
not be granted.
And that this order, in the English languace.be pablihed
in the PacUlc Commercial Advertiser, a newspar printed and
published ia Honolulu, for three successive wteks previous to
the time therein appointed iir said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, II. I.. Jan. 2Sth, a. d. IS SO.
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. jaSI 3t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage. .
VOTICE IS I1EREUV (ilVEX THAT PUR
X. vl suant to a power o sale contained in a certain Mortgage
Deed dated February 7th, ls73, m:idc by William Johnson, of
Honolulu, Oahu, to James Campbell, of the same place,
of record in the Office of the Registrar of Conveyances in
Liber 64, on pages 4'J, 50 ami 51. ami for a breach ol the
conditions in said Mortgage Deed contained that all and singu
lar the lands, tenemeots and hereditaments in said Mortgage
Deed contained and described will, after the time limited by
law. be sold al public auction on account of the breach of the
Conditions as hereinbefore mentioned. The proH.rty in said
n ortgige being situate on the Northwestern side of Kaahu
manu rttreet, in Honolulu aforesaid.
CECIL BROWN. Attorney for Mortgagee. ja24 4t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
sajoriC'E IS IIEKEKV GIVEX THAT
1 un.l'r the ower of sale contained in a certain mortgage,
executed by Mary Ksmo'.u Maikai, (w) and J. Maikai. her
husband. Kaeha Kamai, (w) and Jos-ph P. Kamai. her hus
band, to W.C Jone. executor f the last will ami testament
of Nicholas Ueorg. d'-ceased, tlate.1 the 5lh day of April. ls7S,
ami recordol in Liber &i, pages 2d, 27 and 2ns, it is the in
tention of the saul W. C Jon-, executor as aforesaid, to f re
close aaid mongage for a breach of the conditions therein
mentioned, t-i wit: the non-payment of in:eret as therein
agreed, and on such foreclosure to expose for sab at public
suction ON ATl'RDAY, the 21st day of Feb. 1 !, at the
olace of the .aid W. C. Jon. s. executor as aforesaid, at No. 6i
Fcrt Street, tlonolu'u. at the hour of 12 1 , o suit day, all
the premises mentioned in said mortgage, or so much thereof
as wiil nfy the debt secured by said mortgage; and all ex
pene connecte.1 therewith, unless the same shall be paid in
full. wi;h s.tid expenses beore said date.
The premises referred t are as follows: A houe lot with a
dwrllimr k- u-e thereon, sltualtd at Kconeula. Kapalama. Ho-n-
lulu. Oat.u containing 400 square f.thoin., Uing contiguous
to snd north of the premises of J. I. Dowaetl.
W. C. JOSl,
j.313t Executor of the Estate of Nicholas Gc rge, dec'.I.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICK IS IIERKItV GIVEX Til AT I'lR
i, w suant to a power of sale ronlainel in a certain mortgage
deeil. dated Febroary 16 h. lo7S. ma le by S. Kipi anJ Nihoa,
bis wife, or Hi o. Island ol Hawaii, to E. Uond. of Kohala. Isl
and f Hawaii, of reord in Liber 64. pates 141. U- and 141,
and asinel to C. K. Mnith, by document dated Aug. 20, 1S79.
and lor a breach of the conditions in sai l mortgage deed
contained, tb it all a id singular, the lands, tenements and
hereditaments in said mortHte deed contained and described,
II. after the troe lim. ted by law. be aotd at puMie auction,
un account of the breach of the conditions as he re in lie fore mrn-ti.-ne
I. Ttie pr perty in sid mortgage descrit-e.l. tn-ine sit
uated in the sai.l I .land ol Hawaii. C. R. ?M1TII.
R F UlCKtKTO.N, Attorney lor Assignee of Mortgage.
;r, em ojv l !
koi,i,i:s & co.,
tVllll.l) INFORM THEIR KRIENOS
V and the public generally, that they hare
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
hich has Jut been romplelol, situatc.l at the Old Stand.
34 VJu--n Street, where they have lecn making Ur:e additions
to their slock of S'.ip Chandlery, Ship and Plantation Mures,
which make their assortment large and varied.
N id be happy to have a call from their patrons, snd they
will assure th- oi that no pains wiil he spared to attend to their
want in a satisfactory manner.
e have now in Stock: Cordace, hemp and Manila, an as
sortment of sires; Cotton Duck. Flax tauva.. Hemp Canvas,
Cotton -ail Twine, 6. 6, 7 and 8 !y; I'lax Sail Twine, 3 and 5
Block.. Oars. Shieves. Hooks and 1 bimtiles, c , c, all
of which will be sold at lted Rock Prices.
ooululu, Nov. 23d, Is'.S.
A Full line of Ship Stores and Groceries,
EO FRUITS. MEATS, toil'
aV c, c ,
mi24 llOLI.t.3 Jt co.
MEDIUM BREAD AND CRACKERS.
r.CKIVEl) THIS IA Ul
BOLLES Sl CO.
FOIt SAX FRAXCISCO.
lE BARKENTINE ELLA I
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight cr Pass&re, apply to
Ml C. BREWER A. CO., Apent.
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO
The Fine American Barkentine
o. r. gMirn, Mstr,
I WiU Have Quick DPatch for Above Port
or Freigtt or Passage, app'y to
B ' r '
U. HACKFELU At Co . A rents.
jK. H. J3Z
HAWAIIAN STEAM SCIIR.
WAIMANALO, built by Dickey Bros., in
Pan Francisco, in July and August. 1S75, 60
Tons Burden. Coppered and Copper Fasten
ed op to Copper Line. The Vessel ia in First Rate Order, and
i wrll found in rails, pnars. Anchors, Chains, Ace.
Kite hts tine Compound Engine, High Pressure Cylinder, 8
inches in diameter; Low Pressure C) lindcr. 14 inches in di
ameter, 1 J inch Stroke, i:h Surface Condenser; VJQ f-.-et of
Cooling Surface; lropelIvr. 5 fcet in diameter, of bras; Boiler,
&l inches in diameter. 6 feet 0 inches long, with furnace flue,
Vil inches in diameter; Return Tubes, 2 inches in diameter.
This Vevl has a Coasting and I'ssseoger License, expiring
in Au?ut of Ibis year. Her carrying capacity is 400 kegs of
fcuear. f or further particulars, apply to
fi7 2t 11. HACKFELD &. CO.
Kor JSjvii lrmiei.sco
Kill Havf Immrdlate DUpatch for the Abore Tort.
For Freight or passage, apply to
ja213t TnEO. H. DAVIE3, Agent
THE FIXE FAST SAILING AM. UK.
,. a-r rri.is.lirk!. "
:awAa JL a a a a a a. 4
N KWELL, Master,
Mill leare BOSTON for HOISOLITLI on or about
Jane 1st hfxt.
I'arties di-siring to ship goods by this opportunity will please
firsranl their orders at an early date.
ja!7 lm C. BREWER Ac CO.
Fox San Francisco.
TI1K FINE HAWAIIAN BARK
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or Passage apply to
Dovl5 WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents
Fox Sale or Charter.
THE HAWAIIAN SCHOONERS
"TTTTTT" J 'T ATHWA"
Well found and ready for i
For particulars, apply to
A. FRANK COOKE, Agent.
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
W. H. Crops sman & Bros.,
118 Chamber Street, New York Agents.
'MIE NEXT VESSEL 1st this POPULAR
1 Line will leave New York in all the month of December.
Parties having freight for this port, will do well to patronize
this Line, being assured of a good vessel and a low rate ol
freight. se27 tf
THE HAWAIIAN BRIG
Well Found TJeady Tor Sea.
A pply to
II. HACKFELD A Co.
FOI. SAW FRAiCIS0.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY,
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday. Feb. 16th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE Sl'I.EXDID STEAMSHIP
riT IT TT . . TV T T a
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, FEB. 23d,
U. HACKFELD At CO., Agents.
GomU fwr Shiptursl per Slraurr tun nwi
be Sloirtl. Free Charge, in the Firr-proof
Wnrrhou.r nrsr lh Mramrr Wharf, jal 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
: s : MASTER.
Tuesday, Feb 17, 6 p m. ......
Tutsday, Feb 24, 6 p m. ......
Tuesday, March 2, 6 p in.....
Tuesday, March 9, 5 pm.....
Tues lay, March 10. 5 p m....
Tuesday, March 23, 5 pm.....
Tuesday, March 30, 5 pm....
... Circuit of Hawaii
....Circuit of Hawaii
....Circuit of Hawaii
No Credit for Passage Money !
We positively decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of the traveling public to the
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 for.
FREIGHT MOXEV HUE OX UEMAXU!
In all cases of Freight for parties not tesponslble or un
known, the Freight Money will be required In advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AXO WINES
MUST KE I'L.tlNLV MARKED
For the pirty whom they are for, or plainly stated in the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, must be made within one
In no way liable for loss or accident to live stock.
p- Hack Drivers, Uoys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passengers
have tieen landed.
mh979 WILDER A- CO.
S. C. ALLS. St. P. BOBISSOS.
ALLEN & KOBINSON,
A T ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
l l.l Mnr.Kand all kinds of BU1LD1NU MATERIALS
Paints, Oils, Nails. Ac, Ac.
4GKXTS FOS 8CHOOSKRS
K KK AC Ll'OIlI,
II ALEAK A LA.
V I LA M A ,
n29) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (79
aC.VT OF THE FOLLOH IMG COJSTERS :
F I. AG. Red
with White Ball. OFFICE,
Nuuanu and Queen Streets.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER 4. CO.. AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil. Bone, Wool, Hides
and oilier Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston, new iorsand
other Eastern Ports. Jr- Cash Advances made.
jai. 79 C. BREWER A CO.
1st, E G U I A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREW ER At CO.. AGENTS.
fV5 Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
Jt-tXCS liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
C. BREWER k CO.
HOUSE AXO LOT IX K A PA I.AM A.
For particulars, inquire of
nl tf H. HACKFELD ft CO.
i k K NEW EASTERX'Bl'ILT FOUR.
J Wheeled Ox Cart of very superior make; Just the cart
lor plantation use. UalZ)
C. BREWER & CO.
1879 COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
EX J- A. FALKI X BURG, IX BARRELS
and half barrels; and a splendid quality of the Spring
Catch, 1S79. (sc27) For Sale by BOLLES St CO.
Gcncral llcrcliaiidise I
Offcn to the public, the best assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries & Hardware
To be fuoal in Ilamakua, at very lowest ratea.
Do net mistake tte place,
W. DART'S ZNTKW STORE.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS!
rilll E UNDERSIGNED, AS A MEMBER
1 of the Staff of the Hawaiian Government Surveying- Party.
baring carefully examined personally most parts of the sever
al Islands ol this Kingdom, now respeciiuuy ooeri 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, IT. S. A., and
having every facility for so doing, will furnish, on application,
rians, Specifications and Estimates of Cost for Iron
Bridges, Iron Mouses, Railways with Bridges
and Colling Stork of All Descriptions.
Also, Machinery of Every Description
for the Manufacture of Sugar and Cleaning and Preparing Rice
for the Market.
Address in Boston, LINCOLN CABOT,
Civil Engineer, Room 6, No. 131 Devonshire Street.
P. 8. Inquiries addressed to C. T. Culick, ia Honolulu, will
receive prompt attention. my 24 tf
BV STEAM KR. a Large Stock of
FIRST-CLASS BOOTS & SHOES,
LYNCH'S BOOT AND SHOE FACTORY !
A lao, n Ln run Lot of ' v
WniCH WILL BE
SOLD VERY CHEAP FOR CASH.
Endless Wire Ropeway
Mil E UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEX AP-
I pointed sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands for A. S
Ilallidie's Iron and Steel Wire Rope of every description,
Patent Endless Wire Ropeway for transportation of Ores,
Merchandise, Sugar, Sugar Csne, Ac. We have also been ap
pointed sole Agents for the California Wire Works Co.
We have just received for distribution a few copies of the
" Mechanical Miner's Guide, Transportation of Ore and other
material by means of the Endless Traveling W ire Rope, Ilalli
die's Patent Endless Wire Ropeway with suggestions as to its
We would respectfully suggest to our Planters and their
Agents that Ilallidie's Wire Rope Tramway ia Just what they
want for the transportation of Cane, and also for carrying
Sugar to the landing, and transporting supplies from the land
ing to tne Mill.
n2tr IIILLINUIIAM SL tJO.
22 lO Ibs. to the Ton !
COALS! COALS! COALS I
Planters will Take Notice.
Steamboat Agents will Take Notice.
Families will. Take Notice.
1UST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BV
9 the Undersigned at the Lowest Rates 2,200 TON'S
or the celebrated Wellington Mine
DEPARTURE BAY COAL !
Superior to all Soft Coal now in use, for Steam and Family
purposes, and worth gl.au per ton, more tnan wallsend Coal
in the San Francisco market, for family use it is highly
prised, being so clean and free from dust, burns to a white asb.
ALSO, TO ARRIVE,
2,500 Tons Best Quality Wallsend Coal.
For Sale in lots to suit Purchasers,
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
224 O Pounds to the Ton.
nl5tf ALLEN Si. ROBINSON.
2240 Lbs. to the Ton !
Good Time to Buy !
PRICES VERY LOW I
CALL AND EXAMINE
CASTLE & COOKE'S
OREGON FLOUR !
tgx. .tank: a. TicViyitirviurto,
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE Si. COOKE.
jan 11 tf
From L. NeufelH. Berlin.
Just Received in Splendid Order
And for Sale by
myl7tf H- HACKFELD CO.
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor,
COllXElt FORT 0 HOTEL STS.,
And others wishine Saddle Horses, (fur Ladies or Gentlemen.)
Carriage Horses, tingle cr Double Teams, Ac, can be furnish
ed Willi the sani- at any hiur of the day oi night.
JUST RECEIVED large and roomy
FOlll HOUSE I'lEMRE WAGOX,
Capable of comfortably accommodating pleasure parties wish
ing to visit the I'n I i . mkiki. KaDiilnma. or
other points ol interest on the Island. Competent Drivers
funibhed when desired.
Particular care and attention given to the boarding of horses
by the day, week or month.
No overcrowding, as my Stable has capacity for comfortably
stabling fifty horses.
Reasonable Rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed in all trans
actions with me.
Give jSIe a Call !
OREGON, FAMILY, PIC PORK.
V V AO lb. KEGS. RECEIVED PER J. A.
X FALKISBUUU. For sale by (diTj BOLLES A Co.
WILMINGTON TAR, WILMINGTON
PITCH. For Sale
ial '79 B0LLKS & CO.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL,
w WI'RHI I'K'S PURE LEAD. IIUBBUCK'S
11 White Zinc, Hubbuck's Pale Boiled Oil, Boston Spirita
For Sale by
BOLLES h CO.
? i s : i .1 -
Ma. G. W. C. Jones baa been this day appointed an
Agent to grant Marriage Licences in the District of Kan,
Island of Hawaii. Commission dating December 15, 180.
SAMX. O. WILDER. Minister of the Interior.
Feb-l-3t Interior Office. February 13th, 1S.
T. Hookahs has this day ben remored from the office
of Agent to trract Marriage licenses for the District of
SAMX. Q. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 9. IStO. Feb-1-St
Mb. P. Ezalecai has been appointed an Agent to grant
Marriage Licenses for the District of Haniakualua, Maui,
his commission dating Aug. 20th, 1373.
SAMX. G. WILDER. Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 9, 10. Feb-l4-3t
Depabtment or Fwixcr,
Honolulu, Feb. 7, ISM).
All employee of the Gorernment, and other persona
to whom moneys may be due at the Hawaiian Treasury
on or before the 31st of March, 1330, are requested to pre
sent Touchers for settlement on or before that date, and
all persons having moneys on account of the Got ere men t
are requested to make their returns promptly. In order
that there may be no delay in closing the accounts for
the fiscal period ending on the above date.
fcb7 2m Registrar of Public Accounts.
The Government Pouud for estraya for Hamakua
Hawaii, has this day been changed from the mania side
of the Government Roai at Kukulhaele, to the luakal
side. Lixeljkk, Governess of Hawaii.
Office Governea-s of Hawaii, Hilo, Ang. IS, 1879.
Approved: Saaf'l. G. Wildkb,
ja31 St Minister of Interior.
Mr. Jas. W. GiBvrx has this day been appointed Com
missioner of Private Ways and Water Privilege for the
District of Wailuku, Island of Maui, vice H. W. Daniels,
The Board of Commissioners now consists of
N. Kepoikai, and
Jas. W. Girvin.
SAMX G. WILD Eli, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, Jan 22, 1880. ' Jan34
Lease of Government Land.
On Monday, February 23d, 1880, at 13 o'clock noon.
will be sold at public auction, at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, the Lease for ten years of tbat tract of
Government Land, situated ln the district of Hilo, Ha
waii, and known as a portion of Kawalnui.
Cpset price, $100 per annum.
rf - T I 1 . 1 n ann.1 .n-nall. In ,).. .
8 AM L G. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Jan. 24. 1880. jn24:
Sale of Government Land.
On Monday, February 23d. 1880, at 12 o'clock noon
will be sold at public auction, at tbe front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, the Premises belonging to the Hawaiian
Government, situated on King street, Honolulu, adjoin
ing the premises of the late W. L. Moehonua. Subject to
a ten years' lease. Terms, cash.
All Information respecting the above may be obtained
at this Office. .
SAMX G. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Jan. 24, 1880. J an 24
Sale of Government Lots.
On Saturday, February 14th, 1880, at 12 o'clock noon, at
the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at pub
lic auction, the following Building Lots on Eulaokahua
Nob. 125, 126, 1G7. 1C8. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos. 127, 128, 129, 1C4, 165, 166. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos. 321, 322, 323, 324, 352. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos. 303, 365. Upset price, $300 each.
Nos. 301, 303, 302, 304. Up8et price, $100 each.
Nos. 305, 30?, 306, 308. Upset price, $100 each.
Nos. 309, 311, 310, 312. Upset price, $150 each.
Nos. 313, 315, 314, 316. Upset price, $100 each.
Nos. 300, 362. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos. 367, 369. Upset price, $200 each.
Nos. 376, 378. Upset price, $100 each.
Nos. 227, 228, 229, 230, 242, 243, 244, 245. Upset price,
Triangular lot bounded by Beretania street, Makikl
street and premises of J. S. Lemon. Upset price, $200.
Lot bounded by Beretania, Keaumoku, Kinau and Ma
kikl streeta. Upset price, $500.
These lands are sold with a distinct understanding that
the purchasers are to improve the same. Tbe Govern
ment declines to sell to parties desiring to hold for an
Terms, one-fourth cash, one-fourth in one year, one-
fourth in two years, and one-fourth in three years, with
interest at 9 per cent, and mortgage on the property.
Papers at tbe expense of the purchaser.
Bam'l G. Wixsxb,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan 7th, 1880. jalO
Licenses Expiring in February, 1880f j
Notice is hereby civen that all Licenses must be a p.
Dlied for dire.-t to tbe Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, ami
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BAA oucilua auu i'l J'.i.J .'A., lino iin . u iiidii . ...i.i. u f,v-
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
bAM L (jr. W lt-Ut.lt.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1879.
Bolles & Co., Queen Street,
4 Chas. Brenig, Nuuanu street.
11 A Singer, cor Queen and Richards st, '
12 G H Spalding, Nuuanu street, "
17 C E Williams, Fort street, "
20 Gee Hop, Nuuanu street,
28 Geo F Wells & Co, Fort street,
MAUI 1 Keliihananul. Lanai.
1 Thos Wills, Kanpo.
7 John Boss, Wailuku.
9 C Asee, Wailuku,
II Wong Leong & Co., Wailuku.
24 Lung Hu, Waikapu.
27 John Grundwald, Hana..
28 P Joaquim. Lahaina.
HAWAII 10 C Y Aiona & Co, Kawainul, Hilo.
16 Aswan, Kailna, N Kona.
18 Amaua, Laupahoehoe, Hilo.
25 C W a Wa & Co, Waiohinu, Eau.
28 Kainuawa, Makapala, North Kohala.
KAUAI 2 Alo, Waimea.
24 Ing Chong, Kapaia, Li hue.
6 Dillingham & Co, Fort street. Honolulu
20 M Phillips. Kaahumanu street, "
22 H Hackfeld & Co, cor Queen and Fort streets,
4 Tarn You, Makawao, Mani.
8 Assue k Moons, Ulupalakua, Maui,
18 Amana, Laupahoehoe, Hilo, Hawaii.
24 Ho Hung, Kabului, Maui.
25 Aona, Laupahoehoe, Hilo, Hawaii.
6 W Poe, Waianae, Oahu.
15 H Waterhonse, Kona, Oahu.
25 Sam Tai, Makawao, Mani,
I?BOM ANO AFTER
THIS DATE I WILL
JF pay no bills without my written order.
Honolulu, Jan. 28. 1610. ja31 4t
IIEREBV GIVEN THAT MADAM MARIE
.LOCUE will continue the Ore as Making Basiaess
at her rooms on Hotel Street, corner of Alakea, at the resi
dence ol Mr. George Siders, where she will be most happy to
meet the Ladies of Honolulu who desire her services In tbe
Dress Making Business. J "
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
T-TOTICE ,S HEREBa GIVES THAT tne
1 undersigned has been appointed administrator of tbe
estate of J. T. Chayter. of Honolulu, deceased, and all persons
are hereby notified to present their claims, duly authenticated,
whether secured by mortgage or oinerwise, ai ivumuer
37 Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, within six
months from the date hereof, or they will be forever barred,
and all persons indebted to the said estate are hereby notified to
mske immediate payment thereof. C. T. DILLINGHAM,
Administrator ol the estate ou. I. cnayicr, area.
Dated at Honolulu. Feb. 7th, 1880. feT 4t
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
duly appointed Administrator, pro tern, of the estate of
the late Charles C. Anney, of Waiehu, District of Wailuku,
Island of Maui, H. I., deceased, calls upon all persons Indebted
to said estate to make immediate payment; and all persons
having claims against said estate, either by mortgage or other
wire, to present the same, duly authenticated, with the proper
vouchers, to the undersigned, at naiiutu, wuniu six minima
Irom the date of this notice, or they will be forever barred.
THOS. W. EVERETT.
Administrator pro tern, of the estate ot Chas. 0. Anney, dee'd
W ailuku, Maui. Jan. 24th. jaai
BOUNDARY COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE
PROPER APPLICATION HAVING BEEN
made to the undersigned by Moses Mabelona, for settle
ment of the boundaries of the Annpuaa oi aamnoioa, in we
District of Kona. Island of Molokai; notice is nereDy given to
all owners of lands adjoining the said Ahupuaa, that i L ss-
DAV, the 17th day of If eh., a. D. 1880, at tbe hour or 10 o'cioca
in the forenoon, at the Court House in Lahaina, is the time
and place set for hearing said application.
Commissioner of Boundaries, Island of Maul.
Lahaina, Maui. Jan. 21st, 1880. j31 31
rplIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
I to write noon Merchandise, per First Class Vessels between
this and Coast Ports, covering loss or damage, if amounting to
10 per cent, or more, on the sound value of the whole ship
ment at port of delivery, upon favorable terms.
Agents of the Firemen's Fund Insurance Co.
Monolulu, Jan. 30th, 1880. ja3I 3m
r. B. WALKKB.
W. K. MBTCALFB.
WALKER & METCALFE,
Contractors and Builders,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
i the setting of all kinds of Steam Boilers, rurnaces,
Ovens and Ranges, Brick or Stone Chimneys, any
height: Composition Monuments and Head stones.
marble or sranite. frr Satisfactory References given when
required. Address P. 0. Ja3I
SATUJtDA Y, FEBR VARY 14.
GT The rtetn wbaler ElUn $ Mary, Capl.
Oten, oat from home," will touch At this port in
the month ol March, en roate for the Arctic.
ESf P. M. S. S. City of Sydney will be due here
from the Colonies, ea route to San FrancUco, oa
Monday, the) 16th inst.
Wastid Watuu Late aJticei from Kona, Ha
waii, report that the presence of rain is much needed
in the entire district, the drought this year being
long continued and injurious in its enccts.
Heayt Lmixo. For Honolulu.
it implies a
plethora of cash among its people t
hear the re
mark made that five or six thousand dollars
changed bands on the racecourse on lue 12th.
The Epizoott. We brar report tbat hors on
this island" are befog attacked by some new disvaa
which bus carried tff quite a number. It is atiir-
pested that it was imported with tbe mules Irom
Prat, bit Vote. Tbat was tbe very practical
idea we neara expressed Dy a good citizen and a
professing Christian tbe day after tbe election.
Said be, I hive no patience with tbat sort of
patriotism tbat prays eloquently for Heaven's
blessing on tbe country, but omiu tbe duty of go
ing to tne pons. I ray. i say, but rote I "
Ixfbotco Order or Red Men. At m regular
meeting of Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, tbe following
inieis were amy rawed lor me ensuing term : I'ro-
pbet. Gideon West; Sacbem, L. K. Patten; Senior
sagamore, Cbas. lilackburn; Junior Sagamore,
Frank J. Hipgios; Chief of Records, Henry Smith;
Keeper oi Wampum, J. II. lilack; Uuards. Chas
Uent and J. L. Kees.
The Mokolii. Tbe bearing down of the Mokolii
at Messrs. Tib belts and Sorenson's wharf, has re
stated in tbe discovery that tbe injuries are net of
sticn a serious nature us to compel th long deten
tion of the vessel in port. A general overhauling
however will ensue, which will not allow of the
departure of tbe vessel on her route for a week to
Curious. Among tbe curious coincidences con-
nected with thia month, besides its being of 29
days' duration and the occurrence of Valentine's
Day, is tbe fact that something occurs which hap
pens only once in a term of forty years. This will
undoubtedly be cause for joy to tbe piously in
clined, aa the occurrence noted is the fact ol there
being jive Sundays in this month.
E2T The Rev. II. F. Gallagher, recently from San
Francisco, preached on Sunday morning last at tbe
itoman catholic Church in this city, to a large and
appreciative audience. A collection was taken up at
tne close oi tbe services for tbe benefit of tue Irish
Relief Fund, which oar readers have already been
informed, will be disbursed by the ArchbishoD of
Tuam, County Galway.
Mcsic. Tbe band will play at Emma Square
this afternoon, commencing at half-past four
o'clock. Following is the programme :
March The Elite.
Cavatina The Martyrs...
Waits The Syrens ,
Polka A Good Kiss
A Wekk op Holidays. First was the Fireman's
Parade, then Election day, then Accession day,
then tbe Chinese New Year " all around." It
would be better if some of these holidays could be
conjoined, for as it is, tbe effect of so many close
together is demoralizing. Tbe fireman s I'nrade
at least might be set for the 12 lb instead of the 3d
Muddy Streets. Daring a residence of a good
many years in this city, we never remember to have
seen tbe streets in such a slosby condition as tbey
nave been daring tbe past week, something or this
is doubtless due to tbe great increase of late in vehi
cles; but the grand diffioalty, we apprehend, is in tbe
want of management by those in charge of tbe high
ways. There is a great amount of dissatisfaction on
the part of tax-payers, not only in the city but by
those living in tbe suburbs.
fCviriHTa nr Pvtrhr (In Wndnfurlnv ovxnmcr
last, Feb. Iltb, at tbe regular meeting of tbe above
Lodge, tbe following gentlemen were regularly in
stalled officers for the ensuing term : Past Chan-
lor, u. li. fatten ; Chancellor Commander. C.
Blackburn : Vice Chancellor, J. II. Bruns ; Master
of Finance, John Lucas : Master of Exchequer.
Jas. II. Black : Keeper of Records and Seal, Henry
Smith ; Master at Arms. Peter O 'Sullivan ; Guards,
A. Wiggins and F. W. Fehlbehr.
Iiie iqeatbe. ihe uayton combination gave
only one performance during last week, and tbat on
Monday evening. Tbe programme consisted of
songs, recitations and two farces, liough Diamond
and Kiss in tbe Dark, and was well received by a
small but appreciative audience. ' Tbe Downfall of
Woolsey," by Mr. Bradley, was well rendered, and
the Margery and Mrs. Pettibone of Miss Ingles were
good characterizations. To-night Pinafore will be
produced, and will be tbe attraction for tbe ensuing
week. Tbere will be a slight increase in tbe prioo of
reserved seats made necessary by tbe expense attend
ing tbe production.
Rain Fall at Wailuku. Rev. W. P. Alexander
has kindly furnished the following table of amount
of rain which has fallen in Wailuku during the past
year, which is valuable for reference :
1879. 7ncA. 1879. 7ncA. 1879. Inches.
Jan 9.63 May ...1.14 Sept 0.83
Feb 6.45 June ...0.04 Oct 0.65
March 0.59 July. 0.63 Nov 7.4a
April ...2.29 August 0.19 Dec 0.97
It will be noticed tbat January, February and No
vember bear tbe palm for the wettest months of tbe
past year, while dryness prevailed most noticeably
during tbe months of March, Jane and August. The
rainfall for the month of January, 1880, was 2.05
Zamloch. isunum's liaii was again crowded on
last Saturday evening by eager sightseers to witness
the performances of Prof. Zamlocb, tbe Austrian
Cooiuror, in a continuation of bis tricks of necro
mancy and prestidigitation. The audienoes tbat
have witnessed this gifted performer have been drawn
from tbe ranks of tbe elite of tbe city, and the ap
plause tbat has greeted bis efforts was a token that
bis abilities were recognized and approved by corn-
Detent judges. Tbe matinee this afternoon will un
doubtedly be well patronized, a large number of
seats being already sold, and for his last performance
this evening we predict a lull bouse. As rroiessor
Zamlocb intends to leave on the steamer City of Syd
ney for San Francisco, we take this opportunity to
tender bim, in unison with all who know him, best
wishes for bis continued success and hope at no dis
tant day to receive a visit from bim again.
Mb. Fan Yau Ki. This gentleman, who in view
of his cognomen it is needless to say is a cmna-
man. arrived bere in November last from Hong
kong, on tbe steamer Hochung. He was reported
to be some sort oi an omciai person, out mis was
subsequently denied. He kept very quiet, and un
assumingly looked about bim. lias visited tbe
other islands. But the most significant fact if
fact it is. and we only have it on verbal report is
tbat he ba9 held a sort ot court or audience on tbe
nlantations where large numbers of Chinese are
employed, who evidently regarded him as a person
ut consequence. It may turn out tbat tbe sly
Chinese government have really an agent here.
The next thing will petnaps ne one oi tneir iron
ciads, of wbicb tbey have some formidable ones,
entering our port and demanding some concessions
at tbe muzzles ot their big guns.
The Weather This has been , to say tbe least on
such a trite subject, very peculiarly moist
for thia time of the year. At Dr. Mctubbin's resi
dence on Beretania Street, tbe goage shows a rain
fall of 1.36 inches up to yesterday morning, lhe
nronheciea of scientists as to 1880 being a wet year
bid fair to be fulfilled, in these Islands at least. On
Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, there
was evidently a cyclone in our neigouoruoou. i ne
lizhtnintr was very vivid away to tne rortb for
there was not a cioua in toe Bay, sou not toe most
distant ramble of thunder was beard. The storm.
however, may have touched tbe extremities of tbe
group, either Kauai or the southern part of Hawaii.
In tbe latter case, with a heavy rainfall on the slopes
of Mauna Los, we may expect renewed activity in
the volcano or an occasional shake of earth s brm
foundations about Hilo.
Conservative. The Chinese in this city are be
coming Conservative, aim very juouj ev. aiiuc
was, and only three or four years back, when all the
Chinese shopkeepers Kept open nouse on tne anniver
sary ot their new year, dispensing a lavish bospi
talitv to all comers. Of course this was abused by
hnmmiM." both natives and foreigners, and the
meter sort of DeoDleeot to staying away from
these free luncnes, wnue at me oamc nmo uiug
trood feelinsr for tbe givers of them. The Chinese,
it mav be remarked, are very observant of circum
stances that affect their interests, and the compara
tive discontinuance of the Konohee" free lunch
businees shows tbat they have taken tne conserauve
viow nf the case. There was however, a close
observance of the day among themselves or rather
ia for the festival has lasted an me wees-iue
poorest man putting on good clothes and firing off
squibs wltn an air oi soiemu uiguuv.
A Torm axd Go. Tbe barkentiot Jrmoa ar
rived off Kabulai on tb 5tb bit, and while enter
ing tbe harbor struck on tbe reef. Ho damage far
ther then the lose of tbe false keel revolted, and at
last account! was discharging.
Tue Ti sr. There was a large gathering at Ktpl
olani Tark on Thursday last to witneae the mica
talked of trotting race, that it was supposed would
settle the question as to whether tbe mare Haby "
could be beaten. The judges were Messrs. Lemon,
Williams and Tripp; Tinier, D W. Clark; Distanot
Judge, W. G. Brash. Mile heats, best threw ia five.
II. J. Agnew entered the black mare Baby," driven
by himself, and Mr. T. J. liaker tbe grey gelding
Joe," driven by James Vettman. Tbe borsea rot
off at half past two. Tbe mare broka up as bar
driver said on the first beat, because of the load
shouting of " Joe's " driver. She however beat him
by L'40 to L'75 feet. Time. 3 06. The second, beat
Baby " won eaailT in 8 041. com in a- in over 200
feet ahead. Third, she also won in 8.01. The
fourth was won by " Joe ' bT half a head, in S 021
Tbe fifth may be described as a repetition of the first,
there being a break again, and it was called be the
judges a dead beat, although it was stated by them
tbat tbey did not agree in the decision. The sixth
heat was won by " Baby " in 3 03,, coming out 260
feet ahead of " Joe." It will be observed that the
time made ia nothing to brae: of when taken ia mm.
parison with tbat reported of the celebrated American
trotting nsgs, but we may improve if ws keep oa
THE LATEST tOREICN NEWS.
By tbe arrival on the 6th inst. of the barksntloa
Ditcovery, 12 days from Sao Francisco, lies of pa-
pen to Jan. Jtth have been received, from whicC w
take the following summary of news: ,
New York, Jan. 21. Congressmen Money of
Mississippi says about tbe exodus, tbat fc bo pee it
will continue until every negro has left the South.
The Tribune, alluding to a rumor of the Impend
ing capitulation of tbe allied Peruvian and Bolivian
forces to the invading army of Chile ia tbe Drovinaa
of Tarapacal says: It should be read la the light
of tbe fact tbat tbere prevails in London a violent
speculation in Peruvian bonds, which have advaooad
since the late days of December from 11 to 18.
These securities, strangely enough, are growing mora
buoyant as tbe tide of disaster seta in mors steadily
against Peru." It thinks tbe rumor not Improbable
and says in conclusion: "If thia destructive war
can be terminated in only one way, tht civilized
world will unite in Ibe hope that uninterrupted aaa-
cess will hasten tbe time when the Chilean flag shall
once more float over tbe Peruvian capital."
New York. Jan. 21. The Herald saysi Twenty-
two millions of bottles of Cbampagns is tht annual
demand of tbe civilised world, cf which the United
8tatea takes 10.000.000. Tbe supply this yr U
only 20,000,000. It is pleasant to remember tbat
there is the State of California, where Champagnes
are made as good as any in the world, and other
Springfield, Jan. 21. Advance sheets from tbs
crop report of tbe State Board of Agriculture show
that winter wheat acreage now sown ia Illinois is 2ft
per cent, greater than last year, and considerably
larger than the average of any preceding year.
San Francisco, Jan. 22. Tbs contest over tbs
confirmation of Morton, as Collector of Internal Rev
enue of this District, has caused aa inaairv from
Washington, directed to the Registrar or Elections
regarding Morton's residence hers. An examination .
of the records shows that Morton was registered bars
from 1871 to 1878. Us was dropped during hie visit
to Alaska, but was again registered ia 1875, and re
mains on the list.
Chicago, Jan. 19. Tbe Trihn't Washinrto
special says: The California delegatioa are again
becoming restive oa lue Chinese question, and tbey
say tbat they will unite upon a measure restricting
the emigration of Chinese. Secretary Evarta. they
say, has bad a year to secure the modification of the
Chinese treaty, but so far as tbey can learn be has
accomplished nothing. When tbe last Chines till
was vetoed tbe California delegation was assured by
Mr. Evarta that the President might bav approved
the bill bad some of the objectionable features been
omitted. A new bill has now been prepared to meet
Washington, Jan. 20. The Cabinet yesterday
concluded to recognize tbe present King of tbs Ba ,
Havana, Jan. 22d. The steamer Admiral ar
rived this morning, having on board General and
Mrs. Grant, Colonel Fred Grant and wife, General
Phil. Sheridan and wire, and two young ladles.
Large crowds had assembled at the wharves and
houses to witness the landing of Ibe distinguished
visitor. On landing, tbe party entered carriages
belonging to the Captain-General, and were driven
to the palace, where they sought repose from tbs
fatigues of tho voyage. All appear In excellent
health, and said tbey had a pleasant trip. Tbs
party passed a comfortable night, notwithstanding
tbe earthquake. To-day being the King's Saint
day, a grand official reception was beid at tbe
palace, attended by nieiiibera ul tbe municipality
and ttiu superior military and naval officers in full
uniform, and foreign Consuls. General Calleias, 1
Vice Governor-General, held a reception, aa usual.
in the Throne room. Generals Grant and Sheridan
and Colonel Fred. Grunt ani-isling by the side of
General Callejas. Tbe ladies of tbe visiting party
witneased tho reception Irotn an adjoining saloon,
no ladies being permitted to attend such official re
ceptions. Arter tbe recepiion. General Grant, bis
son and General Sheridan drove through the city.
This evening a grand fficial banquet will be given
in honor of General Grant, at wbicb tbs wives of
superior officers are expected to be present. It was
expected that General Grunt and purly would also
attend the Tacon Theatre !i-nirbi, but tbe banquet
in intetiere wun mat part oi tue plan.
CiTY-sor Mkxico. Jan I Oi b. The Government
lias ordered the celebrated Cattle of Cbapultepeo
to be refitted for the reception of General Grant
and party. Tbe cutle. is about two miles from tbs
city, overlooking the entire Mexican Valley and
City of Mexico. A bouse ia also being ' prepared
In the city, to enable the party lo alternate bs
tween town -i!i.l country.
Elder Thatcher, a Mormon apostle, and bis col
leagues, ate winking energetically in tbe Interest
ol tbe Utah Saints. They are baptising converts
daily, and publishing an vrgaii called ibe Oatttte
Panama. Jan. ZOih. The International Com-
miHxinii ol KnuineeiH, undei Do Leaseps, bare be
gun tbe surveys Irom which plans and estimates
are to be made. Tbe linn of survey has been
divided into Ove Hcciioim, to the study of each of
bicb one or more ol the engineers bas been as
signed. The geological survey is tinder the direc
tion of M. Iiouton, a mining and civil engineer of
large experience, who is assisted by other expe
rienced workers. Da Lessees and lamily. accom
panied by C. Bionne and Mr. llau prats, are expect
ed to leave for New Voik on February 6lb. but
not until sufficient prog i ess bus been made with
tbe survey to pronounce upon tbe Verification or
other wi.se of tho Wyse project.
London. Jan 23. -Tbe distiess in Ireland is Intensi
fying, under the influence ol hard frost and biting
cold, which, during tbe last four days, sucoeeded
tbe mild weather which bad prevailed since Christ
MMiN, Jan 23. -A despatch from Rome says: Tbs
Ln papers publirba letter from Gladstone to prof.
news am. ul me Neapolitan reace oongresa, avow-
Sliarb determination to advocate general disarms
(meat irom his place in Parliament
Berlin, Jan 23. Tho new Army bill will b
submitted to tbe K iclictag next session. It Is
thought certain to pass without material mod flca
tion. It fixes tbe strength of the army for seven
St. 1'ktkk.siios.o. Jan 23 Tbe statement tbat
news had been recieved from Persia, announcing
a second defeat of the Russian by the Turcomans,
in consequence ol which tbe Russians wers com
pelled to evacuate Tcbikislus, is declared to bs un
founded. News has been received at St. Peters
burg, from tbe KiisHiau expedition, wbicb simply
reports an attack by Tut cowans on a Russian con
voy. London, Jan 23.-Paris and Vienna correspon
dents state that tbe proposed increase ol the Ger-
man army is attacung much attention at "these
capitals. A Berlin coi respondent says tbe increass
is viewed in unanciai and Liberal political circles
with some apprehension, because of the extra tax
ation rendered necessary to carry H into effect.
Lahore. Jan 21. Tbe Civil and Military Oa-
title's Persian correspondents state tbat 21,000
Ghazisbave collected fifty miles from Cabul, under
command of Mahomed Jan, and they intend to ad
vance on Cabul. lueir leader bas written to tbs
Chief ol the Lubmanis, who bas collected 20,000
men, and awaits ibe arrival at Cabul of tbs G basis
VtiWAiu.Ed. Jan 20. Jules Favre, tbs eminent
French state-man and Republican member of the
Senate for the Department of the Rhone, and also
member or tbe trench Academy, died last night,
aged seventy-one. . r"
London Jan 20. A dispatch Irom Rome to tbs
Pall Mall Gazette, says: Tbe Pope is surprised and
indignant at Cardinal M Closkey's reception of
Parnell in New York and bas ordered Cardinal
Nina, Papal Secretary of Slate to telgraph to 1
Cardinal MeClofckey tor information on tbe sub
ject. The Pope is indisposed. f
London, Jan. 24tb. Tbe Times refers to tbs '.
present status of Europe as tbat of an armed truos,
and exhorts English statesmen to avoid all compll-
cations with European powers, predicting tbat tbs
time may soon come when ber intervention may
be required. It also asserts that only by cautious
statesmanship can peace be preserved on the con-.
tinent at present. Tbe article also deplores tbw
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