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T w.iirCol tlM, Crayon 1 Water Col, cobitvM.
L.Ptrpaa toOl nd Photograph Colored. Old
Lr CopK.l J enlarfrd- Prte. reasonable eod aU
iiiaurantel. ScaJio an! Residence, No. SO Beretania
CILIF0RM1 SHAEE-SKIX OMOYS,
Jut Kectiyed by
KKX ST.. OPPOSITE BREWER V
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
I Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Euaa with Board Two Dollar tod a Half per day
Ueoea with Board Three Dollar per day
Ssoow without Bowd ..Oat Dollar per day aod apwaru
rttM tm rAaatlaa with the Hatr-I at SnetlaJ
i i Kites.
A. HERBERT. Prrrlet)r.
Grand Opening ! !
VIKG' PURCrilaSED THE ENTIRE
tack at Memm. Uraat Ac Knbertaoo. aod havlnf leased
Vm preatM reerally accepted by Uvr", al Or corner of Fort
maA Hotel atreata. bee lo annoaoor that lit said atore was
RE-OPENED ON SATURDAY,
July 3 IK, w.ih a complete assortment of
A U of which wul bo aoU at the
' All of lb Stock oow on hand will be
j Sold at a Great Reduction
To suae twa Sr frMhrr and newer Oboda.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
Mrs. L. J. Whitcomb,
Her New and fall (lock of
ALL OF THE
latest Styles and Patterns !
j at nra residence, (op etair).
No. 02 King Street, Honolulu.
I CT Hat aod Boooeta irtmated hath latest styles of the art,
General Millinery Bniinei transacted.
IjCash Only J
. Full Suit to order, 2zo.ou,
Hade from Good, Substantial
All Wool Casinieres l
A LAKGE ASSORTMENT
FRi: CII GOODS
DRESS & BUSINESS WEAR,
AT MODERATE PRICES.
At Low FTgares;
Eastern Styles j
UDtES' BIDING HABITS,
JuJly H. S. TRECLOAN.
SOTICE OF ro&ECLOSrKC OF H0ZTC1CE.
VUTICE IS IIEKEB1' GIVEN THAT
conuaoi to a oower of sal cootained lo two certain Ia-
deatarss of Mortgage aiade by Edward Barges AlixaXni. of
Hoaolula. Oaka. la Airs. J. Cartwright. dated respectively
J so nary 30. 1179. and April U. IS79, aad recorded respective
ly la Liber aw, psg eo. 61 aad 02. aad to Uoer m, pages ziv
aad 211. aad Ibr a breach o( tbe conditiooa la said ssortgagra
cootaiaad. tkat all aod siogular Ike land, lenecoeots sod
ksrsdUaaaears in ssud anortaac cootained sod described, after
Ik time Uaaited by law. b sold at pontic auction oo account of
the irsark ef lae rondltioo sa bereiobrrur set forth.
The prnperty sMntkwed in said aaaetgsge being sitaale Id
ralaaaa, Oaaa. ALEX. J. UARTWKlQuT.
CECIL BROWN. Attoraey lor Mortgagee. au21 4t
XOTICS Of fOKECLOSrRE OF HOKTtlCE.
IS IIKRKBt UIVi: THAT
U a Power of Male cotuaioed ) a eertaia lo-
daMare of asurtgage dated Febraary loth. 1S77. made by
Marat Isadora Wracia aad Jooa Urmeia, her fceatianrt. of
fjoaerala, Oaiia, to Ales. J. Cari.r'.gbi of Ike sum place.
ef recersl U uaer su. so pages si. ex and 43. sad for s breach
of tk. caaditiooe la said Mortgage Deed contataed, that ad
aad aioralar Ikv lands, leoeaieaia. aad kereditaasenta la said
Mertgage Deed coataiaed aad described will, alter the tiaae
Haaited ky law, be aoU at public aoctino. oo accoans of tbe
tiiaai ti al Ike cooditloaa aa hereinbefore nmtiooed. The
property la said Mortgage described being aitaate la Kmlitu.
aad ssore particularly described A pans of Royal patent
ALEX. 4. CAKTWKIlillT.
CCCIL BROWN. Attoraey for Mortgagee
Dated Uuaslala. Aagmat tlat, ItaO. aaga 4t
Jnjt ReceiTed by Bark'tne ' Discovery."
No. More Catarrh or Asthma!
..!.. . MARSHAL'S
PREPAE'D CUBEB CIGARETTES
Of Purer Medical Qualities.
ml M. aa eeoMi three packages p. p.. fl. Toe
:z:tzn,jA pichkrimo . to.
kali 1- W mtn Street, opposite Fort fM Agents tor H I.
Juit Received by Bark'tne " Discovery,'
V. T. BLACK WELL A. CO.'S
Geiniie Iirhai Siokiii Tolacco!
la X. 4. s. aod 11 oa. oackacea. For sale Wholesale or Retail.
PICKERING At CO-.
aall la M King 8L, oo door from Fort, A genu tor H. I.
A L.L. PERSONS ARB HEREBY
gaiost shooting or Catching Wild Cattle or liorsea oo
as preauaea known aa Kaupakuea. Makabaaaloa and repee-
keo, Dlstrics of lido, island ofltawaii, from and after'lhis date.
Hdo,HawaU. May 7th, ISaO. By 8 tn
MRS. COLLINS. Lad lea Norae. Realdeaee
WelUagtoa Pace, rcooot sueeu aa21 Sor
PAHTTS AND OIL,
JUST RECEIVED t ATLANTIC LEAD,
ia Package ef 1 Pound to to Pounds in tin cans aod
woo, a iso, mat oil, soiled and raw. For dale by
narU'WO BOLLR5J s CO.
TAB, TAB !
FIITT BARRELS WILMINGTON V,
Tar, pa Aasy Tamer. (olf "T ROLLKSSt
INBOIESOrSOO, JOO. AND lOOKACH.
JL xae uesetine Aruele. or sale ty
yl4 - bOLlli a CO
THE STAOCn ECUOOJt KB
A X X 7SJ 1 O
Built by D. Foster & Co. The Warwick is
well found and ready for sea.
For fanner particular, ar-i'l to , ., .
,e4 6l ' jCOB BROW. Tor Pel.
For San Francisco.
With Inmtdiat Dispatch th- A 1 Iron Extreme Clipper
Oity ol IViiiiliriii,
, , , McCOS NELL, Commander,
Will sail immediately for the above Port.
And will lake freight at lowest rul nj rate. For freight or
passer apply to O. W. MACFARLASE A CO.,
FOR SAIV FRAIVCISCO
THE Al CLIPPER SCHOONER
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or passage, apply to
aula WU. G. lit WIN CO.,
TIHE-TABLE OP THE
STEAMER ' LUCELIKE;
t S 1 A ST KK.
Tuesday, September 7. 6pm
Toeaday, September 14, 6 p m....r...
Tuesday, September 21, e p m
Toeaoay. September Jl,6pn
.Circuit of Hawaii
.Circuit of Uawaii
Ho Credit for Passage Money !
We positively deeliDe to open accounts lor Passage, and we
particularly call the attention of the traveling pohlie to the
necessity of baring Baggag -D'i Freight plainly markel; the
Steamer will Dot be responsible for any unniarkrd baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
fRKICIlT-MOXEV 'HUB OX DKM A X I I
In all cases at Freight fur parUaa not tesponsUile or un
koowo. tbe Freight Money will be required in advsnce.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AMI WINKS
MIST BE HLAI.VLV MARKED
For the rrty whom I key ara tor. or plainly stated in the re
celpt to whom tksy ar eoaaignrd.
All demand for Iamage or Los, must be made within one
la no way liable tor loss or accideid te fir stock. - t t
CT Back Driver, Boye. aad sack Use, will not b allowed
oo board tbe Steamer upoo arriral, until after tbe passengers
have been landed.
h79 , . , WILUKR d: CO.
JL. FRANK COO KE,
JQE.fT OF THE FOLLOfriXO COASTERS :
Wallele, . Malolo,
Waioli,' " " Lilin,
Kaluna and Gen. SeigeL
FL.AG.Red wUh White Ball. OFFICK, Corner of
jalS 7 Knaaott and Queen Streets.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct
TUB Al CLIPPER SCHOOEK
COODMAN, MA8TE&. ' ' ; )f
Will tall frB Uenelili t II He direct, and nill call
at intermediate Peru tbe retirn trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to tbe Captalo on board or
nov2279 A. FRANK COOKE. Agent.
a. c. AU.M. oiso-
ALLEN & ROBINSON,-
ATROBIXJiOX'S WHARF. PEAl.KKMIN
LUMBfcrland all kind of BUILUINU MATKRIAU
Paicts, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
asssts roa scaooacas
n20) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (79
AND SO DO
Your Sisters, Your Cousins, and
Your Aunts I ;
Say that they IVTe vcr
What Never ? Well Hardly
SAW AS rtNE VATCHES !
AS A. W. RICHARDSON & CO.,
f Fort anal
Mr-re fen Mt
" Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
80 KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Baggy Harness,
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts, - - ; -v
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips,
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary fur stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
rr ReDairinsT of every description done in the bet poiaille
jiaaoer, with tbe best material., at lowrat workmen's rstes.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
SST Lookfnr the "Big Cullur!'f',-1-itt3ti
T7eStl3LO INTOtlOO !
BET1IEL PTREEf, NEAR KISC.
LI AIM U FACTU RE RS
aosraEiTs, , .
TIB LETS, 2I1RELE 31AMKLS,
UASHST1.ND TOPS, aad ;
Tiling in White & Black Marble,
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MA.DK TO ORDEK'AT TI1E
Urowest l?ossiblo Kates.'
SleiiBcaU and Ueadstenes Cleaned aad Reset.
tT Orders from the etlier lalaods prumpUy attended to.
aea , XV, 11. REED. Agent lot U,u.
L. G. SRE50VICH & CO..
Importers &, Dealers in
Cal.Fresh& Dried Fruits & Produce
. No. 37, Queen treet, opposite C. Brewer A Co. j f
A SUPPLT OP FRESH APPLES. PEACHES,
A apnem. nun. Hartlett Fears, Grapes, ic. also.
. . . . r. u a off t D f . mratk rta . . . . . .
bAAUb wioiino ii on ci. L., will te received
by every steamer Irotn Ban rrancisco.
All goods sold guaranteed sound. . . t m
VJT Give ns a call and see for yoorselvea. jy3i
. IBOJI. TANKS!, I
fX fllCIIFLTER.- E1RLT NEW.'AND
MS uuvv uai'Lll. fun DALE. BY
JAMES I. DOW SETT.
CHROME 6REEX, CHROME YELLOW,
VerUiris, Patent lryer, Vennilioo, AC, with a Oeneral
aaeortmeut ol kancy Patois. For Bale by - . . . -
varto ou , nui.l.A3 c cy.
The next session of the Government Day School
i thronghont the Kingdom will begin on Monday, the 13th
I of September, Inst., anJ close on Friday, the 17th of De
! cembcrnext. W. JAS. SMITH, Sec'y.
I Education Office. September 3d. 1880 se
! It ha pleased Hi Majesty the King to appoint the fol
j lowing gentlemen a member of the Privy Council of
Hi Excellency J. E. Bcsh, Hon. W. M. Gib son, AUthO
sela Mabcka, Esq., David Lkleo Eintjcaka, Esq., and
William Bccklk. Esq.
Iolani Palace. September 1st. 1880.
It baa pleased His Majesty the King to appoint the fol
lowing gentlemen as Commissi on or of Crown Lands, vlx:
Their Excellencies J. E. Brsa and W. C. Joazs.
Iolani Palace, fiepumher 1st. 1880. , .
It hss pleased His Majesty the King to appoint Her
Highness Exkaclikx Governess of the Island of Hawaii,
vice Her Royal Highness the Princess Ltkellke, resigned,
Iolani PsJsce. September 2d. 18a0. : i . se .
The following gentlemen have been this day appointed
Agent to tske Acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor
in the District of Eon. Island of Oaho. Tlx: '
Jvo. A. HASfWGEa and Wii.uax Aru. '
JSO. E. BUSH. Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, September 3d, 18M0. '
It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint the fol.
lowing gentlemen the members of His Cabinet, viz :
His Excellency Johs E. Bosh to be Minister of the In
terior, vice His Excellency S O Wilozb, resigned. ,
M. Crtso C. Monrso to be Minister of Foreign Rela
tions, vice Hi Excellency J so. M. Kapxsa. resigned.
Bxv. M. Kcaea to be Minister of Finance, vice His Ex-
Ms. W. C. Jos to be Attorney General, vice His Ex-
Inl.nl Palace. Anirust 14. 1880. - .' SU 21-3t
It has plessed His Majesty tbe King to appoint Hon. F.
W. Becsxct Governor of tbe Island of Kauai, vice His Ex.
Inn V T4iiah ivalffnAd.
IoUni Palace. August 14th. 1880. ' aug 28-1 m
It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint His
Excellency Jons E. Bush. Minister of Foreign Affairs,
rad interim) vice His Excellency C. C. Moreno, resigned.
Iolani Palace, August 19th. 1880.
Mr. D. H. Nahixu has this day been appoiniaa en
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses for the District of
South Kona isiana 01 ubwbii.
JOHN E. BUSH, Minlater of the Interior.
Interior Department, Sept. 1, 1880.
Mr. Jab. H. Botd has this day been appointed an Agent
to grant Marriage Licenses for the District of Kona.
Island of Oahu. JOHN E. BUSH.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. Sept. 1. 1830.
Ho. J. U. Kawaisci hss this day been appointed an
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Contrecta for Labor
for the District of Kona. Island of Oshu. vice H. wsier-
nouau. resigned. JOHN E. BUSH,
Minister of the Interior.
Ti,t,iHnr Office. September 1st. 18U0. S4
The following persons have been commissioned aa
Tax Collectors for the year 1880 : ,
rr Mr. .... J W Keaomskanl
Pua " """" -J 8 Kalana
i-... iienrv Martin
rkuth'KouaI. ... 1 -8?Pul
North Rons , Makalnal
South Kohala. - F, K.uim
.-h t,.i. J W Robertson
Hamakus Joaeph Kawabl
Makawao.. ........... .
Molokai and Lanal...
J W Kalua
. . . . Kaluaplhaole
George H Luce
Ewa and Waianae...
J A mala
J M Kapena
I H Kaouniai
' James Bush
.... E Kahele
M. KUAEA. Minister of Finance.'
Sale of Lease of Government Land. ' -
On Monday. Oct. 4th. prox.. at the front entrance of
Alilolani Hale, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public
suction, the lesse for' five years of a piece of Government
Lsnd situated on the north side of Nuusnu Road and
below the bridge, makai ol tne present -nan-way
House." containing one acre. Upaet price, $24 per
annum. Terms, payable annually in advance.
Minister of the Interior.
Tr,rin TWiartment. Honolnln. 1st Sect. 1880. sei 4t
Mb. Hesby A. Kisst has been appointed by the Board
of Education School Agent for the district of Walluku,
Island of Maui, in place of Bev. W. P. Alexander, who
baa resigned. W. JA8. SMITH. Bec y.
Education Office. August aa. xsau. , . aug-o
Mb. J. H. Bbowm has this dsy been appointed Keeper
of the Government Powder Msgszine.
JXO O wovernor oi usnu.
Houolulu, August 14th, 18B0. aug 21 at
The following gentlemen has this dsy been appointed
Agents for the taking and certifying the Acknowledg
ment to Instruments, vis :
J W Kslus, for the Island of Maul.
jvKuuhn. for tbe Island of Hawaii, and J H Hare,
for the district of Wailukn, Island of Maul, vice L A
Thurston, resigned. Thomas Bsowm.
Registrar oi conveyances.
Registrar Office, August 17th, 18U0,
aug 21 3t
JOHN E BUSH.
Minister of the Interior
Sale of Government Loti.
OX WEDNESDAY September 22nd. 1880. at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of Alilolani Hale will be sold
at Public Auction, two Building Lota Noe. 294, and 26S,
b misted on the msuka side of Beretania street, Kulaoka-
These lots are sold with a distinct understanamg tnat
tbe purchasers are to Improve the same, me uovern
ment declines to sell to parties desiring to hold for an
TERMS. One fourth cash, and the balance In one, two
and three notes, with interest st nine per cent, psysble
ae ml snnnally, and mortgage on tbe property.
Upset price 4UU eacn.
Papera at the expense of the purchaser.
JOHN E. BUSH,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, August 18th, 1880. aug-21
Licenses Expiring: in September, 1880.
1 R Love Bros, Kuuanu st Honolulu
1 G Stratemeyer, Hotel st - 44
2 E C McCandless, Kuuanu st t - - . :
3 Ah Yit. Msunakea st 44 C
6 H E Mclntyre Bros, cor King A Fort sts 44
7 Kwong Get Chong A Co, Hotel st "
7 On Chong. Kuuanu st - 44
7 Kong Sal A Anum, Nuuanu st 44
8 F C Acbong, cor King A Kuuanu sts
9 P Mclnerny, Fort st "
9 M S Grlnbsum A Co, Queen st . , , , . 44
9 Loo Kgawk A Co. Waianae '!-'
10 Mary A McLean. Nuuanu st
10 J D Rsmssy, Hotel st - ' .
12 Aseu, Waialua '
14 Anin A Co, Hotel st "
11 Kung Hing Lung A Co, Hotel st
16 Wnn Ong. cor Punchbowl At King sts
17 Max Eckart. Kaahumanu st -"T ".'." "
la Henry Bird, cor Punchbowl A Beretania it - v,
19 F Asee. Nuuanu st 1
20 Wing Chong Tal Yuen Kee A Co. Hotel st' 4r
21 Ah Zu. Ksumakapili
'A4 Alt Hee, Kuuanu at , , - - -r
24 Apio, " ."i i. - y . V' .
25 Wing Wo Tal A Co, Nuuanu st
29 Hiapol, Msunakea ,
'J9 Ah i an, Puhlmlki. Koolauloa'
- , . n MAUI. . ; , ( .-
1 D Psiiaewa, KaanapaU . . ? . 1j . JL fef
10 A S Clegborn A Co, Lahaina" v "A
10 A 8 Cleghorn A Co, Walluku
10 A 8 Clegborn fc Co. Waihee i
15 Man Chuck Goo Gin. Haiku
16 A Kum Koi. Kanielo, Molokai . ,
. IS Y C Achong. Haiku m o ' . 1 :'!?: fv s Y
22 PoSingTong. WaUuku " -4' ' --':'
1 Ookala Sugar Plantation, Ookala. Hilo
1 W C Akona, Honaunan, 8 Kona
ilCY Alona, Honokaa, Hamakua ' ! . 4 . . " t
XI C Hireckla Co, Hakalau Flastaflon. Hilo i SJ -".J
in A o citguuru & uo, aim
8 A C Con Chee A Co. Kapaa. Llhue
SOPS Handchett. Waimea
29 A Dreier, Koloa . ' tf , : ?
25 Wing Wo Tal A Co, Nuuanu st
24 G W HoughtaiUng. Hotel at i . . v , .
. 29 M S Grinbaum A Co. Queen st t j . .
BANKING. 20 Bishop A Co, Honolulu ' r . -w-.-s
VICTUALING. . -
1 C Ahe. Hawi Kohala
2 E C McCandless. Nuusnu st, Honolulu ,
2 Cueone, Honokaa. Hamakaa - j
5 a H Houghton, Richard at. Honolulu
8 Wong Kong Kit A Co. Hotel st, Honolulu
7 Kung Sai A Anum, Nuuanu st i -g
f-B Chong, Honomakau, N Kohala
9 A boa, N Kohala
9 Akano. N Kohala. Hawaii. ' -
10 Ah Tlona, Kaiopihl, N Kohala
11 Ani, Honomakau
12 Wong Hoc. Hilo '
14 Anin Co, Hotel st, Honolulu
15 Ho Ping, cor Nuuanu A Beretania st
18 Awal. Lahaina, Maul i
a C W Awa A Co. Walohlnu. Kau
, 38 Aleona A Co, Waiohinn, Jwau r
. vL t (. . i. e tiLAPAAU.
22 B H Kekulel, Pnna, Hawaii
r., BOAT. .
I John Richardson. 12) Lahaina'. Maui
' . ' ' ' DISTILLING. '- .
7 J McColgan, Kamaloo, Molokai
1 g' M Lske." Kaiopihl, N Kohala '
S JWPnni. Koloa, Kauaf ' - ' 4
9 Chas B Makee. Waihee, Maui
13 O G Clifford, Queen st, Honolulu
16 Alspai, Koloa, Kauai
23 W McCandleas, Fish Market 4
' CAKE PEDDLING. v V . - , f
9 Ah Chin. Oahu
26 Awo, Maul
i ...-.. . . l i I '- '.- i J .
-""" TTnwnT.iTT.TT. Anfmst 30. 1880.
TO THE PATEOK3 OF THE "PACIFIC COMMEBCIAL
The undersigned -would respectfully bring to your
notice the fact that they have this day purchased from
Mr. J. H. Black all the right, title and interest in the
newspaper known as the Pacific Commxkcial Adveb
tibeb. and also bis entire claim to the Job Priktiso
Butrutss connected therewith. To facilitate their print
ing business, and enable them to do good work at low
prices, they bsve had steam introduced, making the
establishment without rival on the islands for quick
dispatch, and consequently low rates at which they are
prepared to do all kinds of Plantation, Commercial,
Poster, or other Printing, and they respectfully request
Mr. Frank Godfrey is Assistant Editor, and will
attend to advertisements and business of a local nature.
Mr. James Aru will have the superintendence as Fore
man of the Job Printing.
Communications should .be addressed, and accounts
paid to F. H Hatsxxdkn, Agent for
PACIFIC COMMKBCIAI ASYXBTlSaUt UOaLPA x -
SATURDA V, SEPTEMBER 4.
' ' DRIEF MENTION.
Too bad better wait till tbe Shepherd baa
plajed oat his band, before 70a say who is euchred.
Tbe lumber business ia all tbe time looking op.
and in tbe bands of sacb live men as Allen & Robin
eon, It is going to look up still more mind what we
J' V.:- '
7" Next Saturday is tbe day set down for tbe
trial of the speed between Mr. AgDews' Commo
dere, and Mr. Hc.Clellana' Oliver. Tbe sport
rill take place at Kapiolani Park.
f3f Messrs. Whitney Sc. Robertson with their
usual urbanity, favored us with late files of
Colonial, papers on the arrival pi the Zealandia.
Tbe Purser conferred on us a similar favor. We
tender thanks for these kind attentions.
Ljbbabt & Rkadixo Room Association. Tbe
members of ibis organization are reminded that
tbe- annual election for officers will be held at
their rooms this evening, and that it is a matter
of importance that there should .be a full
t7 We bope soon to learn that Hon. Mr. S. G.
Wilder has taken in hand bis Hamakua Railroad and
Hawaiian Steamship projects. He makes tbe steam
whistles ring merrily in our harbor, and we want to
bear the snort of bis iron horses racing over Our rich
E7 The Board of Immigration has instituted
inquiries to be made into tbe circumstances
attending tbe recent tragedy at . Kapapala. Kau.
A gentleman conversant witb tbe. language of the
South Sea Islands bas been dwpatrbed to tbe scent
of the tragedy to take down depositions.
Amongst tbe passengers that left per Zea
landia was Marshal Parke. He goes to meet bis
wife and family in San Francisco, and to escort
them to their island bone.' We shall welcome his
return. Deputy Marshal Da j ton is charge d'affaires
during the Marshal absence.
Rotal Birthday. Thursday was the 42nd an
niversary of Her Royal Highness, tbe Heir Ap
parent... The. band played in the early morn
ing at Governor Dominis's residence, and in the
afternoon. Her Royal Highness took passage in
tbe C. R. Bishop to Maul, where she will remain
about two weeks.
Did you ever eat broiled young turkey, about
half grown T It is about the most delicate meat
dainty in the world, as sworn to by a party of gas
tronomes tbe other day at Herbert's Hotel. It beats
canvas back, brook trout, antelope loin, or any other
bird. Herbert baa some more at ten dollars a week.
and no grumblings
Tbe Rev. Mr. Larkin is in town, who cornea
by permission of Bishop Alemany, to assist Mon
eigneur Msigret ic the erection and establishment of
a church or chapel to accommodate foreign Catbblio
worshipers. We are happy to welcome Father Lar
kin, who, among other duties, will establish an Eng
lish school for tbe instruction of our boys
Mcsio. The Band will play this afternoon at
Emma Square, at half-past 4 o'clock. The follow
ing is tbe programme :
Polonaise Torchlight Procession Faust
Overture Rubezahl Flotow
Cavatina Torquato Tasso Donizetti
Selection TraviaU Verdi
Polka Mazurka Alpine Rose Strsuss
Quadrille German Bongs .....Siewert
The Band will give an extra concert on Mon
day evening next, September Ctb, in tbe Hawaiian
Corrective. Tbe Friend in commenting on our
reports of tbe Legislative proceedings, and parti
cularly in alluding to the Immigration bill, falls
into a slight error. We are accused of not giving
44 any outline even of the provisions of many impor
tant bills." If tbe writer of the comments will only
refer to our issue of August 14tb be will find tbe bill
published in fall witb comments on same. In the
following issue we also alluded to the vetoing of tbe
bill, and expressed our regret thereat
" having given publicity to the outline of
ail important urns ana aiso toe ueoatea ou same. . si
Steam bas been introduced into
printing establishment. A six burst power engine
now runs our power, and job presses, which saves
a great deal of toiling and sweating human labor.
When men propelled the crank at tbe fly wheel.
they had often to rest their weary arms and backs.
and make long pauses, delajing tbe issue of tbe
paper, but now tbe iron workman can put all our
seven presses In motion at one time, and run off
tbe two thousand edition o! the P. C. A, tbe four
thousand edition . ol tbe Kuokoa, and the twenty
tlve buudred edition of tbe Friend, In half tbe
time formerly required, and besides, can execute
witb greater dispatch and nicety all the bill beads
circulars, posters, cards, and other job work that
may be required, and enable the publishers to
charge for tbe same at lower rates than before.
Last Moxth's Mobtautt. Subjoined we give the
mortality report of this city for tbe month of August,
1880. The total number of deaths were-48, and of
this p umber tbe startling intelligence' is presented
that 87 were Hswtiians. of whom 28 are reported aa
having died unattended. These are sad, and as it
may appear, discreditable facta.- Of tbe eauses of
death, 12 are reported as unknown; consumption, 7;
heart disease, 8; dropsy,' 7; and debility, 6. Of the
deaths amongst tbe Hawaiians there are 8 under 1
'year, and 10 under 20 yean, or nearly one-half the
total bad not attained their majority. This is de
plorable, to say the least of it; and every effort should
be made by tbe Board of Health to correct this sad
condition of the people. In the comparative state
ment, 1880 shows more than double the number of
deaths In' 1876 for tbe current month, though the
population' is considerably less, In 1879, the num
ber of deaths were 69. Tbe condition of the dying
Hawaiians, unattended, is a subject that will excite
universal sympathy, and should be remedied.
. : HxaxTM DrraaTamrr, 1
... , -. . . Honolulu, Aug. 31, 1880. j
Mortality Report for August, 1830.
Under 1 year.........
8 From 30 to 40.
From 1 to S
From 40 to SO. .
From 50 to 60..
From 60 to 70..
From S to 10
From 10 to 20............ 11
From 20 to 30.
..... 25 Female ...
37 1 British-....
Causa or Dears. .
...... 1 .Syphilis ...
Teething ,'.... ....
Heart Disease.....: ..... S
AJ ll-.ll J .... . . i ..... . II , ! 1 1 1 . 1 1 ... a ........
Unattended Hawaiian,. 281 Unattended Chinese 2
Unattended British. 1, 1 Unattended Portuguese. . 1
' COJC? ABXITX MoKTHiJ MOSXHJTT. ;
August. 1876, death.., ...23 August. 1879, deaths...,,. 69
August, iot, deems August, xstaj, aeatns is
August, 1878.-death 28J
11 remaio, your Excellency's obedient servant,
...v. i..:, i -Jobx YL Baowk, . .,
u"-- " i ' - ; 1 11 ' Agent Board of Eemtih.
To Von. S, O. Wildes; President Board of Health.
The James Maket arrived from Kauai
E" The City of New York witb borne mails
may be expected here on Monday morning.
fg?" Messrs. Whitney and Robertson have allot
ted signal 'number 19 to tbe new steamer C. It.
We take pleasure in noting tbe movements of
islanders abroad, and see by tbe following clipping
that our friend West and wife, are enjoying them
selves in tbe old home.
" Mr. Gideon West, who left here about twenty
years ago, has returned, with his wife, to visit his
friends iu this country. - He is looking as young and
hearty as be did when he last visited .bis native
place, over twelve years ago. Mr. West ia carrying
on s large manufacturing business in Honolulu,
Sandwich Islands." Amhertt, JV. S- -Mar Senti
nel. . . . .
--' fy All . the American newspapers seem to have
fallen into tbe same error regarding the ownership
and officering of the S. S. Hochung. It is this :
44 that she is owned by Chinese Merchants and
manned by Chinese officers and crew." The fact is
that the crew and firemen are Chinese, while the
officers and engineers are all foreigners. Tbe whole
of the fleet is similarly manned. Tbe experiment of
of a Chinese captain was tried on tbe Yantsxe in
1876, but it proved a failure.
A New Steamer. The C. R. Bishop arrived here
on Sunday last from San Franoisco, after a splendid
run of 9 days and 18 hours. She resembles, in
build, tbe James Atakee. but is more powerful and
decidedly better fitted for tbe passenger trade. She
left on her maiden trip for Hana, Maui, on Thurs
day. Measra. Foster & Co.. her owners, are to be
commended for their enterprise, and we wish them
full freights aud lots of passengers. The vessel is
named after our highly respected citizen, Hon. Mr.
C. R. Bishop, the banker, who presents some new
bunting to tbe beautiful craft. Success to our
Hawaiian steam fleet.
Shortly after midnight on Saturday the24.tb
July, a fire broke out on the premises of Messrs.
Gordon and Gotch, George Street, advertising and
news agents, printers, &o. The premises were com
pletely gutted and tbe whole stock destroyed. Tbe
following insurances are reported: North British,
1,000; Norwich, 1.000; London and Lancashire,
2,000. Tbe premises were insured in the United
States for 2,000. Boake'a photogrsphio ware
house was also entirely consumed, and tbe stock in
Hodson & Albury's furnishing warehouse was much
damaged by fire and water. Tbe total damage to
stock and building is estimated at 10,000 which is
covered by insurance. Messrs. Gordon & Gotch
state in a leMer to their Honolulu correspondents
that back files of Sydney papers were destroyed,
which accounts for mining numbers.
In connection witb the Hochung t visit to San
Francisco, tbe Bulletin states that the agents of the
vessel say that the steamer in question has no con
nection witb tbe establishment of a steamship line
between this port and China, owned by Chinese
merchants She will discharge cargo at Honolulu,
with which she is principally loaded, en route. She
has no passengers on board for this port. Macon
dray&Co., a soon as they were advised of the
sailing of the steamer for Honolulu' and this port,
requested the Chinese Consul-General here to tele
graph to tbe Chinese Minister at Washington to
bring the fact to the notice of our Government that
the President had never issued a commercial pro
clamation witb reference to Chinese vessels arriving
i n American ports, and to ask that snob a procla
mation will be made in a day or two. Without such
proclamation .the vessel in question would be subject
to ten per cent, additional tax.
fpy At the regular communication of Lodge Le
Progres de l'Oceanie, held August SO, 1880, the
following resolutions were unanimously adopted :
. Whereat, It bsa pleased the Great Architect of the Uni
verse to remove from our midst our late brother Alexan
der McDuff, and
Whereat, It is our duty that a fitting recognition of his
many virtues should be had; therefore, be it
Jiettdved, By Lodge Le Progres de 1'Oceanie Mo. 124
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Kite of iree Masonry
under the Supreme Council of the Grand Central Lodge
of France, that while we bow with humble submission
to the Grand Architect of the Universe, we do not tbe
less mourn for the loss of our brother who has been
taken from us: - .
Jietolved, That in the death of Alexander McDuff this
Lodge ' laments the loss of its oldest member, who wss
ever ready to proffer the hand of aid and the voice of
sympathy to tbe needy and distressed of the fraternity;
an active member of this Society for the last 'JO years,
whose utmost endeavors were exerted for its welfare
and prosperity, a brother who was dear to us all, a citi
zen whose upright and noble life was a standard of
emulation to his fellows,
Resolved, That the heart-felt sympathy, of this Lodge
be extended to his family in their affliction.
Retained, That these resolutions be spread upon the
records of the Lodge and a copy thereof be transmitted
to the fsmily of our deceased brother, and to each of the
newspapers of the city.
H. J. AGNEW.
D. DAYTON, P. M.
To the Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
Sir The 44 penny-a-liner ' in the Gazette of this
week has made a "great hit" In suggesting a new
Cabinet, of which I have the honor of being nominated
as Minister of Foreign Affairs. In reply, I beg to sug
gest that His Majesty might have the kindness to
confer the appointment of Minister of Home Affairs
unon this factious oennv-a-liner. Even in this sue-
may be wrong, for I question whether he
J be capable of filling that onerous position, aa he
would be required to mind hia own business. This
pertinacious gentleman will, no doubt, have the au
dacity and impertinence to suggest in the next issue
of the Gazette, a new and entire ohange of govern
In conclusion, allow me to advise this aspirant to
fame, to put aside bis frivolity and nonsense, or else
be may eventually discover that he has mistaken bis
vocation in wielding the pen instead of the pick and
shovel. Respectfully, '
Honolulu, Sept. 3rd, 1880. A. S. Bolster.
There appears on the Bulletin Board of Messrs.
Whitney & Robertson an extract from tbe 8. F. Mer
chant of August 13th, which ought to warn us of the
dangers we are incurring, I might say of the curse
we are surely bringing down upon ourselves by in
viting amongst us tbe hordes of Chinese males who
are now settling like a cloud of locust on tbe land.
Tbe ' article in question deprecates the Chinese
steamship subsidy, but-1 ask, is it this measure
alone which may be inflicting a blow which if not
speedily arrested will not only bring death to the
native hut, but, as surely as tbe words are being
written, desolation to many a foreign hearth and
borne? Are not planters' and merchants jointly
with others responsible for the evils that have al
ready arisen, and which will continue to flow in
upon tbe community in an ever increasing ratio
by tbe continued introduction of these swarms of
men to gratify the greed for wealth which seeks to
attain its object, careless alike of the laws of God
or the right of man to be governed by those laws?
Are they within their rights, or' are they partakers
of the vice and crimes that will surely follow tbe
introduction of these crowds of men ? The article
in question recommends- planters to put up with
some inconvenience, and wait for supplies of white
labor and South Sea Islanders rather than subject
themselves to tbe horrors of the Chinese immigration
which have already been so fearfully experienced in
California. It reminds one of tbe unfortunate Queen
of France, who, when told at tbe commencement of
the French revolution that the people bad no bread
and were starving, innocently asked Why then
don't they eat buns? Wait for white labor and
South Sea' Islanders. Why, we have waited and
waited while liberal appropriations that have been
made by the Legislature have been squandered, frit
tered away in buying up and fitting out hulks baked
in the sun that no merchant wonld look at, when for
the tame money judiciously employed (bat which by
the way would not have gone to pay merchants'
bills) our plantations might have been supplied with
laborers, and the country with a civilized population,
that would have been bound .to remain in it by con
tract for ten years. Wait ! yes we have been waiting
too long; but If we would only - move in the right
direction, instead of waiting it would be better for all
parties. - Planters, housekeepers, mechanics, mer
chants, all are interested in the, general prosperity,
and should not wait for either Chinese or white
labor, but should long sinoe have insisted with all
their energy on a proper expenditure of the money
voted for purposes of immigration.
The natives at last begin to understand that tbe
course so long pursued by government is leading
swiftly and surely to a fatal termination, and that
unless they steer in a different direction, it will
speedily be all over with them. Can it then be
wondered at that their eUorts to change their course
are great; that thca are earnest, and, in a meas
ure, convulsive 7 that having seen now tbe coun
try was on tbe broad incline to destruction, glid
ing rapidly down the stream, the Sovereign on
awaking to his danger took counsel witb himself,
and in his trouble with a stranger who held out
hopes to him, and who, whether witb instructed
motives or not, fell in with one of his own pet
schemes, which, followed up, will prove equally
fatal, the introduction of hordes of Chinese.
, Are not . some planters and merchants still inter
ested. In .encouraging a-Chinese male immigration T
It is generally believed that large numbers of Chi
nese to arrive within a few months have been order
ed by these gentlemen as laborers for their planta
tions. If this be so, are they not pulling in the
direction of death to the native and ruin to the coun
try T Why then tbe outcry that has been raised
against a measure, a promised subsidy to promote
tbe influx of Chinese that may never be paid T
It can hardly be pretended that tbe two new na
tive appointees to office are not the equals in knowl
edge and business capacity of their predecessors,
men whom it bas delighted the press to honor, and
in whom before tbeir downfall it bas scores of times
expreseed its full confidence, but who at tbe same
time were regarded by others only as puppets
dancing as the wires were pulled.
Wait ! yes wait, and the end will surely come.
But there are not wanting indications that it may
yet be some distance off, and prove to be in some re
spects different from what bas been so ardently look
ed for. If pur most prominent men would temper
their efforts in their own behalf with some regard
for the lives and well being of those about them,
if they would not too exclusively study their own
selfish interests as distinct from those of tbe people
amongst whom their lot is cast, the waiting need
not last long; the crisis would soon be over as it
should have been years ago, and a sure and stable
prosperity would wait on all classes alike.
To the Editor oj the Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Sia Id your issue for Saturday, Aug. 28th, I
read witb interest a paragraph to tbe effect, that a
report had been submitted to the United States
Treasury Department by a commission of experts,
relative to tbe alleged practice in Demerara, of
fraudulently coloring sugars for the United States.
As an ex-Demerara sugar-boiler, I can give an
unqualified denial to any such practices in that colo
ny, although I am aware that in Cuba it is comuon
enough to wash ordinary light colored sugars with
burnt molasses applied in the centrifugals. The re
port further states, 41 that among the sugar planters
in Demerara, no secret was mr.de of the practice of
artificially coloring sugars intended for tbe United
States market." There is no secret to make, the pro
cess of making dark BUgars being briefly this . The
juice when received into the clarifiers is tempered
with a large quantity of cream of lime, cradled, and
immediately run, with all its impurities, on to tbe
evaporating train, being kept constantly stirred to
prevent any subsiding in tbe clarifiers. It is then
concentrated to the required density, without any
sweeping or skimming taking place, and run into the
syrup containers. From thence it is drawn into the
vacuum pans, a very large quantity of molasses
being boiled in every strike. In tbe centrifugals no
washing with any coloring matter is required, tbe
sugar being sufficiently dark without it, and the mo
lasses as tbey run from the centrifugals resembling
the color and consistency of tar. It is not the fault
of the Demerara planter that the sugar polarizes so
high, it simply shows to what a Etate of perfection
the cultivation and manufacture has arrived in that
country. It is remarkable that at a trial at Balti
more, in which a Demerara firm, Messrs. Perot & Co..
established their right to have their cargo of dark
sugar returned to them, none of the experts, who are
said to have detected the frauds of the Demerara
planters, gave evidenee to that effect. On the con
trary, Colonel A8hby, who came to the colony unan
nounced, and in a surreptitious manner, managed
to get access to several estates boiling-houses before
be disclosed tbe object of bis mission to the colony,
and who bad the fullest opportunity afforded him af
terwards to watch the manufacture of dark sugar,
was never called at the trial, which fact surely goes
far to prove that he had nothing to testify against the
Apologizing lor tbe length oi this letter, i remain,
Mr. Editor, yours faithfully,
Waimanalo, Sept. 2, 1880. B M. Whithard.
In view of tbe increase of population by tbe im
migration of Chinese, too much precaution cannot
be taken to prevent the spread of epidemics or
contagious dlseasi'H. The Chinene in their own
country are often swept off by thousands, and ho
little notice is taken of it by tbe survivors, that
they really consider it a matter not worth reporting
to tbe higher uulhorities. Neither do they take any
steps to prevent a recurreuce of a similar scourge.
Tbey seem to have no dread of infection. Cases
of small pox are known to exist in dwelling houses
where large families live, eat, and sleep. Now
that tbey are flocking to the islands in sueb con
siderable numbers, it behoves tbe Board of Heal lb
or its agents to see thai tbe recent act parsed to
provide for . the Sanitary Condition of Dwelling
Houses," is strictly carried out. A Chinaman, un
like tbe Japanese, does not believe iu cleanliness.
Their ordinary ablution consists of pasxing adamp
rag over their bodies, without even removing tbeir
clothes, washing their teeth, scraping the tongue,
and if time and circumstances will permit, having
the bead shaved. The do not assimilate them
selves to the enjoyable duuebe) or the refreshing
plunge. Ol course there are exceptions to tbe rule,
but they are very few. One would think that
those who lived amongst foreigners for years as in
California for instance, that they would obtain
notions of cleanliness. But such appears not to be
the case. The Hon. James A. . Garfield, when he
visited San Francisco two years ago, to examine the
Chinese quarters, said tbe law should not permit
the spread of what be called a " plague." Uu bis
return to the Eastern States tbe following verba
tfon report of Garfield's remarks were published.
Look on the plague spots in Ban Francisco to-day.
Nobody lives in them but Chinese. Nobody else can live
in them. I have seen, in a space no greater than the
length and height in this sleeping-car berth, in a Chi
nese tenement quarter in San Francisco, the home of
twelve Chinamen. In that space they actually lived
yes, actually lived most of their time. They crouched,
(all doubled npj and they- cooked, ate, slept, and. In a
word, lived. They cooked with a little lamp a mess of
stuff that they import from China, which, like tbeir rice
food is very cheap, and a mere pittance in the way of
earnings on the street will supply them food and clothes
for an indefinite time. A few cents per day is more to
them than a dollar to the commonest American laborer.
Hence the lowest grade of poor paid labor retires before
them aa it would a pestilence. This is not sll. They
bsve no assimilation whatever to Caucasian civilization.
The negro assimilates with the Osucasisn. He wants all
that we want. He adopts our civilization, professes our
religion, works for our wsges, and is a cubtoiner for
everything that civilization produces. Hence (using a
figure of physiology) we can take him up in the circula
tion of the body politic and assimilate him make a msn
and a brother of him, as the phrase goes ; but not so in
the least degree with tbe Chinaman. And this brings
me to ssy, that one of the great questions that now press
upon Congress and the country for Immediate attention
and solution, is, whst shall we do with reference to Chi
nese Immigration ? We have alwaya refused to citizenize
them. Shall we continue the treaty under which they
are immigrating to our shores ?
. This ; was stated long before (iai field ever
thought of becoming President, and no doubt
when he doea assume that high office be will put
in practice what he bas preached before, regarding
Chinese immigration. Tbe present administration
of tbe United States has already appointed and
dispatched a commission to China, instructed to
negotiate a new; treaty with tbe Chinese Govern
ment, abrogating the clauses permitting unrestrict
ed immigration to tbe United States.
The Rev. De.WittTaluage. recently delivered a
lecture on the Chinese Question, in tbe course
of. which, be said, referring to the Chinese in San
Francisco, " what is wanted is a Stonewall Jack
son's raid through Cuinatown. If Con
gress should keep them from coming here for a
thousand years, it would not cleanse tbe pool of
iniquity that is here. Make Chinatown cleanse it
self, or rout it out by law.' He concluded by say
ing,' 4 the Chinese question is going to be settled."
We only bope that a similar policy to the above
be adopted iu Honolulu. To use an old adage,
Prevention is better than cure." ' , .
The Ho Chang.
Chicago, Aca. 15. The Inter-Occan's Wash
ington epecial says that the only information the
State Department has received of China's new de
parture in allowing her subjects to engage in foreign
commerce was contained in a letter received by the
Secretary of State on Tuesday last, the substance of
which was immediately communicated to the Treas
ury Department. The letter of Evarts was as fol
lows : The representatives of tbe Government of
China at this capital have advised this Department
that the Chinese screw steamer Ho Chung, the firt
steamer under the Chinese flag entering an Ameri
can port, is soon expected to arrive in San Francisco,
and in order to prevent any misunderstanding in re
gard to the duties or other charges, I have the honor
to request, at the instances cf Chin Lan Pin and
Yung Wing, Chinese Representatives as above, that
proper instructions may be issued to the customs
authorities of tbe port of San Francisco to extend to
that vessel the privileges which are conceded to ves
sels of other nations having treaty relations witb
this government. Your obedient servant,
W. A. Evahts."
On the 12th, Secretary Sherman acknowledged
the receipt of the letter, and replied that the Collec
tor of the port of San Francisco had been directed,
on the arrival of the Ho Chung, to carry out the in
structions contained in the revised regulations of
the Treasury Department, und exact the alien ton
nage tax, at the rate of a dollar per ton, in addition
to a tax of thirty cents per ton. This is all tbe in
formation the Government possesses in regard to tbe
new departure. Tbe Department of State has not
received any circular, and further action by the
government will have to be deferred until the arrival
of the Ho Chung at San Francisco. The note of the
Chinese Minister does not state whether tbe vessel is
from one of the closed ports of China or from a port
open to foreigners. In tbe event ibe IIo Chung hails
from a port we are not allowed to trade with, she
will have to pay $2.80 per ton every time she enters
tbe United States from such port.
The payment of the alien tax will entitle her to en
try into our ports for twelve months. In any event,
she will have to pay in addition to tbe tonnage tax
tea per cent, advalorem oo the value of ber cargo
every time she enters a port of the United States,
will not be as profitable as at first appeared. So far
as Chinese merchantmen may aflect tbe carrying
trade of the world, the United States has lbs least to
lose. The statistics of our commerce with China
during the last fiscal year show but eleven Amerloan
vessels of 9,831 tons were engaged in it, while fore
ign bottoms coming to tbe United States aggregated
29,923 tons. These figures do not include vessels
plying between Hongkong and tbe United States.
In order for the China mei chants to enjoy the priv
ilege of American merchants in the United States, a
treaty of commerce, giving them reciprocal rights,
will be necessary, and which all other nations would
then exact from China. The only thing of import
anse, so far as the Treasury officials can discover, in
the new departure is, that it allows Chinamen to
trade with outside nations; but, as far as competi
tion of an iujurious character, that is not, it is said,
to be feared.
Melroukne, August 4. The preliminary investi
gation into the charges aumst Kelly takes place
at Beechwoi th on Friday next. Kelly has been
very quiet since his arrival at ISeecbworlb, and Is
only visited by his solicitors, Mr. Zincke and Mr.
Clarke. An attempt will bo made to obtain a
postponement of the trial for a week. Kelly's
demeanor in the train wus more extraordinary
than at first reported. His hutred for Sergeant
Steele was very marked. On the way np be
sprang on bini and had to be thrown down on the
seat by two constables. At Euroa he looked out
of the train, and pointed to tbe fence saying,
"That's where Steve Hart bung up his horse when
he saw tbe d d policeman coming. The fool
passed him, and Steve said good-day to him
but lie did not drop to bim." At Glenrownn, Kelly
told Sergeant Steele he would like to have him in
tbe bush, and be would shoot bim ; und also
whilst in the bush he made his own powder.
With regard to the proceedings at Jones' hotel"
he said he and Byrne started flung from the
verandah, as Hart and Dan were too slow In com
ing out after the police had fired. Tbey fired
again from the chimney, and it w. s then he was
wounded. He then went into the houso and
reached under the beds for Bracken to shoot bim.
but could not find him. Having done so, he walk
ed out through the back door and told Byrne be
would break through the police lines at daylight
When he commenced firing he expected tbe ganir
to come and join him. He was sorry that ho and
others had not rushed the station when the train
came in. for if be bad done so be was certain they
would killed the whole party.
New Yoitx, August 15. During tbe week 5 283
immigrants have arrived. '
Can-oauak. August 11. All is well. The enemy
ure throwing up siege works u.ound the cily
which up to the present are lnsignilicant. The
f-nemy have many guiic, 6,000 inl.mtry and fi 000
Astoria (Or.). August 15 Miss Kva Burbank
aged 18, one or a party ol Summer visitors to II
waco, was carried out by the soil und drowned
while bathing on the weather beach, at 3 p m
to-day. Tbe body was cui ried out to s. a, but may
wah uKlioie next tide. The deceased wa tbe
daughter of A. II. Eurbuiik. of Luyfayette, Or.
Paris, August 15 Le Voltaire announces tbe
death of Marshal Uuzune. mid says his bodf
escorted by three Spanish M.ldu-rs, paHned thronh
Limoges ou the M hint.
Athkns, August 15. France having declined to
draw up a note in answer to the Purte'a objec
tions, England telegraphed a ciicnlar to all the
Powers on Friday, proposing a new joint note
entirely rejecting tbe last suggestion (J t,e VorlJ
and insisting upon the fulfilment ol the original
Spkixokiku) (Muss.), August 15 H i 'officially
announced to-day that Maud S. !ind St Julieii
certainly Irot here on Tbii.sday. H e L.tiner for a
purse ol $3,000 against her record of 2:111. Uoth
horses are ulreudy here.
Buffalo, Augusi 15. Fifie. n separate corn
inanderies r knights Templar passed through
ibis city to-day. en route to the Triennial Conclave
Portland, Aug. 10. A fno broke out this morn
ing at half-pst 2 o'clock, at the coiner of Front and
Maiket n ets, ii, (be warehouse of Newbury, Haw
thorne & V The flames spread with wonderful
rapidity, and in a very short time enveloped the en
tire warehouse. Tbe roofs of several buildings
standing aojicent caught fire, and before tbe streams
could be thrown were badly damaged. - There were
fourteen buildings on tbe block, and seventeen
families residing in the same. Two buildings were
totally destroyed and eight badly damaged
Lo.vnox, August 17. Jonas KeNe & Co.. bank
ers bullion merchants und loreig,, exchange
brokers, Liverpool, have suspended payment
CoxsTAXTl.WLK, August II Mr. Uoscben .Brit
ish Ambassador, bas declared to Ab.'ddin Pasha.
Minister for I-orefgn Affairs, that Ibe (ireal Powers
will not consent to uny change of the Turkish
Greek frontier as fixed by the Berlin Conference.
Losijow Aug. U. Vanity Fair says: The mar
riage of Lady BurdetuCoutts and Ashroead Bartlett
Savoy" P "J at ,Le CbaPel Roj"'.
Washington, August 15 -Tbe following postal
changes on the Pacific Coast have been made during
the week : Offices established : Redfield, Tulare
Couuty California. B. F. Redfield. Postmaster :
Selina. Pre do County, California, Jacob E Whitaon.
Postmaster ; Cannon, Lane County, Oregon, Charles
E. Byars, Postmaster ; Long Creek, Grant County.
Oregon, James M. Shields, Postmaster ; Tay, Lan.
County, Oregon. Alvin R. Randall, Postmaster ;
Cumberland, Whatcom CouDty, W. T , John I Wil-ttV'-
0.ftn2a8ter i Tip-top, Yavap.1 County, A.T..
Edwin G. Wager, Postmaster. Office discontinued :
Napa Junction, Napa County, California.
New York, August 10 Tbe Heralds Paria
special says : Our Madrid correspondent telegraphs
a follows : " The Archduchess lobelia, of Austria,
mother of Queen Christina, bas arrived at Madrid
with a suite of ladies aod five attendants, to be
present at her daughter's accouchment. Queen
Isabella is expected about the 24th. If the child
should be a male, he will probaVly be christened aa
Philip or Ferdinand : if a female, she will be named
Isabella. For godfather. Pope Leo and the Emperor
or Austria are mentioned ; for godmother, Queen
Isabella and the Archduchess. Tbe health of the
young Queen is quite satisfactory.
Salt Lake Citt. July 24 Tbe Mormons eels
brated their first entrance into the Valley, thirty
three years ago, to-day, with usual elaborateness.
A procession, representing sentiments, ideas, agri
cultural and horticultural products, trades, indus
tries, and manufactures, was an hour in passing,
aod was witnessed by from 10.000 to 20,000 spec
tators. Among the mottoes wa The Happy Poly
gamic Family," carried in a wagon. Th. ceremonies
were concluded in the big Tabernacle, and consisted
of speeches and music. There was less show of hos
tility to tbe Government and outsiders than has
been formerly made on this anniversary. The
Federal officers of Utah were invited to attend as
guests, but as It was exclusively a sectarian demon
stration, they declined the invitation.
Losdoh, August 14 Mr. Gladstone's recovery
has been rapid, and it Is expected that be will attend
the House of Commons next week. n. was present
to-day at the Cabinet Council, which had much irK
portant business to consider. -
Bucharest, , August 14 Bulgaria positively res.,
fuses to cede Arab Tobia to Roumsnia. and tk.sr. ar..
large armed bands of Bulgarians in that vicinity.
Roumania has taken measures to occupy a position
immediately on the Teceipt of notifbollon, from. the.
Paris, August 14 Experboeati with the anb
marine cable from Brest to Penzance were saad
yesterday in tbe presence of tbe Director ef the
French cabl. and cthtrs. A new system, invent.4
by Dr. Her, was, very successful. The Bell and!
Pheips system governed the experiments. Edison's)