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BISE r K K P K ES E NT A T I V KS.
WrdnrMlaf, July 4.
. ll JlinutcS and prayer.
-jrt n I- persona! reported that the Commit-
V -. and rccon.m. ii.!.s 1h.1t it In 1 I ,
.j.--'5 T;jr pr-it was accept"! a il the t il! wa-i tabled.
.- v. u-n-ei-f a bill to srre-:id S.-C. 517 of the Civil
. 6rr". r, the il'tum n hr-at. Ac.
.;.ve .f l! wl ir- "-lek.i " the ('hair. The
;,L .."the p -"? "" "r' ; " '-l-r-" was) taken up.
1 iv We-srs- - n.ip--ii.ii. 1 --miii rw irr.asau. tn
. .l"- - l-It., r, hhir XI..4-..I;.. -
ni. Kiiod-en. '-, W-tr M.f,,y, taken the ,,xy L-f ,re w; h ; ,
TV and ,.y -7'. the bi the next .lay He wa, l.,:rl r .i.L V.C'
t'1 Tlior.ila. Jlr 5.
(7,KC.Lt on ' CI-iid f V . Kauiirnjt!u, for thr
' i if rvnt ! K.c h'u; in wl.u h th li-lri t C.Mjrt
" "'Tew :'no ,iU, " t''tc- I1'? f pt aco pt-
lI " ' . . . I . . . .. t. x -. nx... 1 . 1 111 .
,'l.yfin4:ti""' i'" ti innct ortn. rr:,rt- We have intelligence from the Extern ct,
T' 6f lr" "'ti1'"1')"'-' t-mariii!t.T3rrtjriih-
- 'f bto ciuM" i" itin iiMk; .IrcriH-y . I.ut
puriic lwiH-y. hut
-9t t trmruf a r :t, it thail
a be iuiii1ijM..
'rl.rr.rf ibe Wb.-, Mr. Kipi in the ( hair. Th hill
!;, M ih ,r- Km:ku in ihr l'ha:r. The
tftiw f;iAi;" xtt'- '"""" within ihir janUu.
t, a.t wfcrtil t iza th:rJ roulin)t t-fniTo.
'T-u tltrroi Ihe jimlirti"C th- ii-lrirt Ju.lk- (f
Z. puwrfi a-xl wu wJrrM nu itira reaijicij; tu.ni.ir-
- FridiiT. J ml j (;.
. c!War,y"', ,r,,ro t: t-'""n':"r,? " the JmlBriary, rr-
C Ji'.T , . , ,.. that tlj. bill bp Liiil iki t.- tl.l.
- , i.u an.i '
-vu.r.l ti tin; ai:t to lltrik! fittt 1K L.l
aiw C'.oiui'ii , -
jr -nil ot Ik Civil Cwlc, wtiich iu niaiie the husi-
l'tT.',J!" hill ii-,i.!iii Sr. 13 i.t it f r;;i
j. una!" 1 -
J 'iirn, fr" C.uniU on i-n thr cUiiiun of
fti 'llA1'i .. !. 1 1- i '.. . k. . t .ivn aiHi
I . cvporOt were accepted
Putilie Lam!, to wh'n
rvrrl t-.U!.ni on
iri'in suljvcts, r.-p4-U:.
I -Ji v titwr.. awl th-y wr
.kl. ri a petiuoii frifa
In, the cKunuttee cym-
. . . :..icrnt Tnraury.it 1 J
4 pnu-ticaile at predcul to
. ..... t . rt. i.7iin.ji -.. t .. t.i.1
' Ciiaiu. Uk H?titiio ut the Ju.li;ir of that a
cn II Jf! ftunuhisl him, nrprtt4 agaiibt the i'.Moa ,
' ir,m the r.in..tu-e 00 Fiwinef, tvp..rt. the
. -li!r an.t mi na!' th" imnri .-f M-.iwI.iy.
ry b.; t.. rxu-wl the juriiiicti'.n 1 Uie l'.lw-e an-1 l,:-trict
,1 titn to ntKiui the junlkt;.Hi of Ihi: iM-tr.riwa
, urJl SVcj, purd, an l r. re MiU-.-rl u tie ra:rosel.
la 1 .onniit'-e .rf ttir Whole. Mr. Kipi in the I'fiair. The hill
fVCl(;-,iar atfiniiniC the hii:h rholi an.l coIIirms
4-il- A i.'X .i:.u-xiH.n etis t.,l. an. I the iti.-4tinn Mill
.y , T ti. CommiUee ar-jae awl the II i-e a.lj .ume.1.
i I u rilii J , July ?.
fjaaia fnui tie CmoiiUrt ! wlmi wa refirreil the r-ti-flc
Jt the ij.miiiiiit f.Hinl u'KilUhcd, n-.rU.-l against
yl ir-a aa-l it was Ut.l.
tr. Al. P-jttr,l uuiul the - tiliun tluU the tabu 011 fi.h
.PT.-T-SI. wl .!ie ftiuoti wai U.le..
JL-. irrru ff.iej iIk W-'t Coniinitu mi inveMisration, r-Mirt-concerning
theeieieaof the Uoveriiineut Press,
Ibe tary the dirKU.r of the n,.verrii.ient r..r
ibetwu yrra ruliiir 31arch 31. lOU J4'"X OU
SaUry "f rntmu h perf.T!i ieluti..-s of
lite tirect-.r. r the lame liau. ........... 3.". M
Mrf.ne It-I-Jrter, 1 75
i'(anul - 004 2
it.-ti'.-'i, Cull vtiou. a:c......... ....... 37 J 56
Ttal niitoria I staff,.
p-p.irt wai accepteit ami lereil fr further coni!era
a myrfk lm Ar.pnpruiti'.n P.itl corned np.
fr piinf A li!l hy lr. Wiit.naiin to amend S-c. 4Si,
ioti! ttx p.ci.d tav .f 5 on all oxcarts and drays. The
j iai and wa onlereil to its third reiiiling on Monday.
Tm rois were satn-lrd an I t!ie hill t amiid Sec.
Miat tLr pay 4 toe Tax-Collector of II1I0, tlie name as tb it of
, i.,4--jti nl uuiaina ami Ilonolaln. made the bunnets of
-Uf. Mr. titvn rra.1 f. r the first time a hill providiiiica pr-
ftit laij on wheat, oats and a!l kinds of l.rea.1 Ktutls of 2U
toL J tuiorum. This hiil was rcfi:rred to a Select t'oni-
Bl'stSEsa or TIIK IT.
lit BiQ to exempt -h-i!ar of hii.-h sehi-J and coll. es from
ewul U-Vr, passed, s-id was onl. red to its thiid reading on
It C raoiitte.r of the WhJe, Mr. Kipi in the Chair. A bill
!atml l y Xr. U'chater to aiiol-h the ecial tax of $iv. all
am aaJ wa'ai not used to convey pcrsottS, alter a hort
-jr tte Dill seil, and was ordered to iu third reading (in
j Limmi'tee nf the Whole, Mr. Raran.i!a in the Cliair. The
a hnlitate the arrest of prisoners was aMMd and order)-J
t y r.r-l rrwlinir.
Ijiii nrU ne -at We last clause of Sc 9JJ of the Ciril
4c m taLeo up. (The ol jecl of this hill in to al!tru the
Tf( the I tuef Jiu-tK-e H put lo. IrK t Ju.lc - on their lees)
nl watadereil Vi its toir.I reailim; on Monthly.
St Bi:: to r.duee the pay of the Tax-Collect or of llilo. II.-x-
u. Quit a Lo iliseussi.-n ensued on this hiil, hut it finally
nl two majority. Aiij'umel.
Mondny, July O.
fr Hnanlulit, that tfie "pecial tax laid onth"inhahitatitSof
omiiJa W ahti-hed taM.il; tliat the market f.e lie atiolisii--rvttimlv
tliat tle pee til t.ix to suppirt tiie Fire Ie.art
at altislied Lt!4e.; that the costs of Couns in Criminal
-st afkHish-il refcrreili fn iu certain mothers of irl in
u.joia.tat the government allow a on vent o lie estal-hsheil
i not they aU the bisters of the Sacred Heart referred;
a Uba:aa, that persous he allowed to aeli salmon without a
Irm Wiolua. tlit the s-iLiriea of the Kine's Minist.-rshe re-isie-H-rml:
th.it the Jadr- he Pound Master referred.
Ir a ll..r..iau!. to have a se; rale liistrict Juilite referml;
a.io. Il.iwaii, th.it d. ' tors lie iir-pris u. .1 fr .lel.l tahl-d;
a iimt h.Hmr ore lav-ks be e.xempte-1 fnan the ppecial
ailnl; that rarents be compelled U keep tlieir girls at
IfWi K-wiaiiLst that all fish he free. This petition was wri:-
piece uf paper, and the names 00 another piece, Ihe
p-turneil ta the mender front that IMrtcl.
r a Kuna, ILiwaii. against dlstillatimi ref-rreil.
TVCmmittee no E.!acati.in repnrtisl recominen.tir.if that the
ftitt-nl upiirt the sch'4 at llik: that f PM propria
ilrtlir t'athoiic C'oiSexe at KooUuhw; that iiOO he appru
Tltthe intmetin of prisoners; that $l"iU le paid to
?tnT. a.i.1 J s) ti M...S Gre-u, (or aek siiaru-s for
.in artuiol; that lii Iw ap.roprUtel to bay ttte lot on
-1 Uie Makiki S-miraj-y taul; Jl.ooO for the u p.rt of the
- uu7 st Makawao. b he epene.l by Ir. C II. Andrews; ami
"t it tm-tx of the lUm 1 oa Hawaii and Kauai. This re
" ' -ule the sahj.-ct of the day.
. Mwtn. from the Sjieeixl Cmumittee to amTl.1 the school
.-j .See. 74 1 ami 744. n-irtcd on amended bill, which
nadp the husinrm of to-m.row.
If M :laJ.'y rea. a bill to allow all agricultural impletnents
ia.!l fire f iluty ...-r-,l lr Weilm-Iay.
R Kt lr or THI IT.
ioaiui report of the CmimitVe on Finrtner, givinir the
"ox fi-r Iv'At and ISM. was pr.--n;rd :
It:.tt Rti-iitrrs or th G.'ihitt r.a th Yeibs
B Mt, as re(jrted hj the Committee of t'itiatice
Ti an I, M ,. is.,0
J-.l sVxipa fi xn Uie bureau of Foreign Im-
24 J.O"li) 00
1 1". In'.-raal Cminero-
Ia inf.tu.liiiif r, t f assessimiit ami
IVw .if ilie o.jeeri.nier.t Pres.
' nes HI I penalties,. ........ ......
Irr anil 1VtiHi-mOS.. .......... ...
'i-oernnienr .v--al i..t:ieiS.. ........ .
L una K.-ee.pta !i,.ital an.1,
u.r Uiu.'." '."."."."."."..".'..."..
Tnw.r-.a: ifi fy,t Ww i,Ven D :n rommittee t4 the
Aft-r ;t ii..hsi.i oa the item rf the Kiier's S c
'''iilUt f.a.x. ,1 si.ii -itmn'i.iliiifii-. ToCal 4'J.!oO.
r-pa-rnxit ..f th- Irit-rw-r was a-x taken up. a the
hi. f t'Wf alxry. which w:i plaee.1 ut f i.'sHI,
-W.UI B-Vf t, tuu t,j, i.l:lry lf re.iK e. o ; 4.0tS. OH which
'" iij ii..oi.Mi m-ui, in..U :i. the principle of a
fM, :i..u aalaries. The aui.-u.lta.-nt w is a.. ted, 16
cIT'! iry was tu ,:,.wn to iifi iO. The third
i r;n;r.iy .l.j,,,,! with. Th- rnesseiir-r and
Hkir t a;.try was re.ln.-t. I to ooo f..r the two years.
"f he le.,rr 1. r -f iithu was re.t.ice.1 from f 5.000
!...). li.rerrv.r ,.f Maui's -alary w.. re.lure.1 to
'.',':'e- That of the tioveruess of Hawaii was re
, 4-jO- Tb'-se if uiii. as thus ami mleil. fiasseil.
.e!in ..f the b.II. to abolish all taxes ou cart and all
'Ti rW' ' "" earr...-. .
i ''"' '"'' P''s..I their third readings. To am. n.l
" , of the Cira c.le. To pr'.vide f -r the arrest of erim-
M-tnpt srr..i;irs of horh schools fr-n t-ixe. To
S3 'rf ihe Civil Co.le.
A.ljourneil till to-morrow, at
, Turmlny. July IO.
,?''rsttt'en-l"l. fl Mr. Vetister reI a petition
Jn k l.r the sum "f t.iO. which she claimed
t, rT 04 nT la:e hasbani referrol.
V Kf" h"' eTi. f a protective- ilaty on flour, ami all
aj7"mf "-l into this kingdom, pa4' ita e"nd
le the t.lls.tVF-S of fenrfTUW.
. . r.i-vixr.-s i.r thk Ir
, T.,pr. v.ion B.ii 9 ui:en op
.... 1 the Chair. The actii
-arrs,l tne ftrt el- rk of the Ii-b-rior t-i 4.isi. waa
"'"V o T1 '-M7 b ?e:h- r with the of the Oov-
'--'n m''rr' lf''' ori(riua!!y stmsl.
'sti? " "" mr:n- r and watchman was phuasl as
''j"1"1- Tue."r.Tniittee thenan the question still
(', ' t1' 1-r. .-c d. .1 t- i4h--r husinesa.
"X..- ,,f ,r" Whole, the rep. rt of the C.:iniittee of
5 rf up. The report was .hfene.1 till tne see
. sis Aunr..-; . .. . . , , .
. f.. - e- -.ri pro-vuiin i.ir r-iuoiiwti si
a"U,n t Ir 1 kk, th n.,ue a.:j'.umwl.
ht E.rtt"R",l'?'hiM. withal! his wealth, must
Cq With f Ka ...... !... : 1.m tio.i.1
..... . 1 anj . 1 1 1. , . ' . -
fvtmtn ir. - 1 .
ti. - 11c cannot Ofurapntare eunjei,
, 7 ' C"J"J witri a select circle ci ineaus.
ef .t 8 inKle ray to the clear bright.
to. .. . "Be aingic
: .1 of night, as she sails magnifi
The nchet tianker
1 ti re tnn nmsliareort:ieairtobreatDe,
of al! men can have the same.
C1.1V tn- . 1 . . ... , -.1.
la., j J unii:.uii fjra.wiet, uaizi.ng wmi
, n ruo;t, but wealth cannot buy a
'I an.t 01 .... 1- ,
'fial "r"-turue.i arm on woicn 10 uispiay
' r 1 only can give that, anJ to many
nrityJ.,1 ,be health cf that rosy-cheeked
!',!?,' sii?n' 'he aristocratic invalid, propped
'Vha J'' in her Costly carriage. " Ah, me,"
x- I could only ri-le in such style a
aUb cannot purchase health, nor can it
TitfTitel minL "All that is most valuable
Vlai ,r nothing. They cume as presents
., ! ot tind and indulgent Father, and
!!,-, r nrf the sky. nor beauty, health.
rr 3 be bought and sold. IUjalcr .
,stii . Bu' l!,y condition in life, rcmi"br
' uys . .1 t
f-nlcr rorc-iii Acivn.
j ...v w.ijr UI , ictorii We in . r - .
... v-ji'fc fi a ivw
later lntelltzence from Cilifnmi, o,.,i ,w .
I f EiU,t th it we ha 1 bv the W,.r. The
litest date hy the h'atUeen are S .n F t..
'Vw Wk May 17, ail Union. M.v r. .v
cor -y a few items :
Jil'lze Terr wis
F.-..-.i"r.- ' 1 me 1 11 j;in in the
rourrn Ihstn-t I'o-irt. S
JIi." rlefi.-. m.f t.i
Ju lff II. I'. II.tn-I:ite irnifp.1 Sr.. - .. . .
at hi brother's reil.-n-e in ..
o'clock on the morning of the Oth instJit.
ari l Jie l
- ...... tiuii;i., it r.
An cnirigeraent trx.k r.'ace on .T.inP-! r. n
ramt J L-ike U-fween a cr.mp.xny of Volunteers' n.l a
r. I ! , itTJl mrw TOD,
feate 1 U tWe",J- The Unvr were J
TheChicaeo (RopuUican) rr.nvpntir.n W 1 Q In tea.
aion. It is itin?iiifio.l l,i .. .1. 1
that so f tr prevail j, A liaI,t not t Le,.n
taken for a noimtiw; for the rrei lency. Hon. barij
ilmot haa been elected to r.resile over th,. Cn-
The Japanese Emhiv hi-1 nrnVcl e..i.:
Ihej were received in an appropriate manner.
It has lieen discovere-l that Postmaster Fowler, of
Jew 1 ork c.tj, is a defaulter to a Hrse amr.nnf
some accounts bay SL"-VX. .n invcbtizatlou has
At a Di-micrat!C ni(4.tinrr t til..... . r-.
P , - " " ""'", '1, trie
itmx-ter .lefen lel the Charleston sce lcM. anl .le-
nounced HonS!-w n, traitor to the Democracy an
the N.uth. Mr. Vancev made a. h-nt hv ;m;t..
n L ft ' - . . . . . J
i"-"- in" national Uiltirnore Ih tnocracy
fende.1 by Col. G iskill. The meeting a ljou
Advices from Kur-re are to the Cth Mar :
The Reform bill in the Ensrlis'i H.,... ,.f r..r ...
11 , , m v.u..U3
U vl pas.-el a second re.iling.
L.r 1 John Russell has stated that the Enrikh
proposition f.T the settlement of the San Juan difHul
ty had been rejected by the American Government,
and that future action depend upon Secretary Cum'
reply to the last English di-patch.
There 13 no clianze to note in the aneet of rent;.
ncntal politic?. Rumora were current of rei ewe.1
troubles in the interior of Sicily.
Forrest, the trazedi.in. has expended over SlOO.rKm
in hirt attempt to free himself from his dear wife.
A youn lady elegantly dressed, and the daughter
of respectable iirents, was sn drunk in the streets
of New York, one day.
Whale Skix Leather. Leather, male from the
skin of the white whale of the St. Lawrence is low
The prince imperial of France entered on his fifth
year on the lCth of March, and he is prot.ounced pre
cocioi.s becau-o be can already read, write and ride.
About 150 Yankeis visited London to witness the
fight tietween Sayers, the i:njr:i.-h Champion, and
Heenan, the American pugilist.
There was a black rain" at Syracuse, X. Y., on
the Cth of April, the drops resembling faint ink.
Everybody and everything was ?paeied. One man
has saved up souic of the sediment to analyze.
Messrs. O'Reilly ami Speed, the preat telegraph
men, propose to construct a line of telegraph front St.
Paul, Minnesota, to Puget S.iiind, within two years,
without any other aid from the Government than the
the right of way.
The manager of a Loudon theater offered Tom
Sayers a larger sum than he ever paid to any actor
or singer if he would appear at his theater for one
night in fighting costume, with his belt and cups.
But S ayers declined, fearing he might be arrested by
A.Mr. Allxirt Stein has been found guilty of sup
plying the citizens of Mobile with poisonous water,
aud lined S-.OK), he having used lead in "teal of iron
pipes for leads in the water works of that city.
There were nearly a thousand dollars worth rf g.Id
used on thecofiin of Mrs. Edward Shippen ISurd, who
wan buried in Philadelphia. The plate, handles, aud
heads of screws were of solid gold.
The Supreme Court of Mississippi has affirmed the
ali.lity of the law making it penal for retailers to
sell liquor to a drunken man, and declaring that the
owner of the establishment is responsible for the act
of bis barkeeper on this behalf.
The city c f Rome was literally flooded on a morn
ing in March with large hand'.iilis Containing .tily
the single sentence, Union under the constitutional
government cf Victur Emanuel." The j-olioemcn
were kept bu.y removing these placards, but they
re-appeared again as fast as they were destroyed, and
tne auinoriiu- were aiarme.i wmi icars 01 an im
mediate revolutionary outbreak. It was even re
ported that the Pope, had sent a messenger to prepare
liiui a place or retugc in .spam.
Consi mitiox of Form;n Spirits. The impor
tation of foreign distilled spirits into tha United States
in the year INVJ, was very large, amounting to
So,3'"0,CS), or nearly a million anil a half more
than in 1KW. Of this amount $S,!io-',0.jS was
brandy, the largest amount of this article ever received
wi one year. I be amount ot revenue collected from
liquors was S'-'.bTC.'X'f.
Ca the Ethiopian Change hjs Skix. A paper
in Alabama ntions that there is an old negro
pilot ou ne of the Chattahoochee river steamers,
whose skin i changing from a jet black to the fairest
white. His neck and arms, as far down as his fin
gers, are of a smooth, soft, delicate whiteness that
would rival hat of the tenderest, purest Circassian.
His lips are of a soft, ruddy hue, and his face and
body are beginning to show the same radical, won
A "oiiLE Qrtrx. It is told rf Queen Victoria
and if it is true, it is one of the bet things she ever
did. and r fleets much credit on her that when an
African Prince rent an ambassador with valuable
gifts, and wished in return to be informed the secret
of Rritain's power and glory, she handed the ambas
sador an elegantly bound copy of the Word of God,
and said " Tell your Prince that here is the secret
of Rrit aiu's greatness."
NaTTRAL G t. The Kanawha (V.a.) Hi pu.'ir,in
says that near Maiden on the Kanawha river, on the
Western .Vleglianian tlof.-, a party, in l-oiing a salt
well in struck a rTvoir of ga, which was so
powerful as to shof.t the whole boring apart: u. con
sisting of I'lie thousand feet of pjles and a sinker
weighing five hundred pounds, into the air like an
arrow. The stream .f g 1- is three inches in diameter,
nd has been blowing up with unabated forced ly and
night f.r sixteen years.
Caxiphorii. The Wheeling Ji.1ellienrfr of the
10th, says: Something over a year airo. hc chill
of an estimable citizen cf this county, who lives ome
distance from the river, in taking a bone fro n a dog.
was snapped at and severely bitten by the animal
upon the arm. The wound was quite a severe one.
was soon healed up. but upon the coming of the ilog
days it re-opened, swelled the arm and liecame pain
fully sore. Uy the application of powerful remedies the
wound was again healed up and the dog was killed,
but the chil l, Ufore one of the mo-t active and intel
ligent, has become i liotieal and has fallen into the
gross habits and actions of a dog, much to the distress
of the narents and the astonishment of those w ho are
acquainted with the case, and are of course unable to
1 account for it.
The L-t Six Months in Ei roi t Ever. ts move
SO rapidly in our time, that we are unable to do more !
than "bestow a pasinir glance upon enrh i it rushes j
! hurriedly rost. Within the la-t :l t enths the map
the ("..mmitte ..f the of Europe has been reconstructed. Lombardy has U-eu I
tii n of jnxrT'l?, re- wrenched from Austria: th'ree sovereigns of N rth-
! .rti Ita'v have leeii deposi-d : J-avov has li-n annex- 1
ed to France; Tiisvany has been al led to Sardinia; and
the Eomagna h is practically passed from under the
! fcfr.tre of the Pope. The political destiny of Italy
' has been changed; the temporal p. wer of the P pe j
! ba been broken; Austria has been humbled, fin 1 1
Jppr !riti.l provi-iin for r-io.T.tiin should come t Napoleon has extorfi"! even from the lips of t.r.glisti
lUmnfll. .. a : . . . a" 1. - I
Te;..a the title of 1'iotator I l.un re. r rnnee ami
England have relatively changed pcs'.ticns within the
same brief period.
.x ExTn..RMXtRr Ca-k In the Su peri, r Court
of IVimsylvani t a verdict has f.eeti rendere-l against
j John Miller, 1 ate Postmaster in that c.ty in lavorj.i
the assignees of the litnK ol l ennsy ivania, kt
'""O M being the amount inclu lingintere-t. corrupt
r i fy pai l over to si 1 Miller by the President i f sii l
! Bank, in coni deration of his services in negotiating
' . . , 1 1. . .. . I V n.aiirliiili-nt
., i . ,t, ,.1.1 i, ,rk f.ronertr to the government
, I rie sale v ; v. r . -. , ,
I r .. .-f.offl..f. site. It anre-ars that the city needed
lll f -.--- . - , 1
better post-offi-re accommo-lationsan-l M.I.er sti.vei J
el in i-ttins th- government to buy the b ink lot ar 1
building for s? .". out of which Mr. AhN.ne the
President of the bank, gave him ?2S.iH for h:s ser
vices Miller w is a sworn ofTn:er of the g .vertinient.
and was spccUr.y authorized by the lVd:,, i-ter- jene
ral to mike a proper selection. He receive! liberal
- P-tma-,er all the services
he Vuieht render to the government, and of course hod
no rizht to receive pay trom outsi le parties, f.r per
forniin' a c.-nfi led to him by the post-ffEce de
partment, and ondT the verdict of the court he will
he compelled to disgorge. A few moreuch exp-eiures
and prosecutions as this won! 1 .-crve effect uaily to
c beck th demoralizing corruptions cf jli.-i Jer-Lun-tcrj
in our government tr.aDi.actions.
F-r the dii.zuireial A lv.rtL
The Di.lillalioa of Hum.
Mr. Er.iTOR : In your issue of May 21th is a com- I
municition signed Total Abstinence." 1 perfectly j
agree with the writer as to the effect cf drinking ;
spiritu o-js liqa...r, and the necessity of extirpating;
that destrovimr hvlrt of the human race when the:
r;-ht tiietlioil can be discovered. Hal the wri'e r left
cut the irre'evatit matter, bis paj er tnigiit Visibly
hive been interesting. It begins : From the tone
of the public press, I infer that aa effort will 1 e male
fat the apf roaching Legislature to legalize the uiai.u
facfure an I iU- of ardent spirits." "An 1 sale" arc :
the w oris to which I wish to call attention. It is a
very threw 1 and a sort cf tautological blunder which
1 see characterizes every article in your paper yet ;
published upon this subject. Why so persisteht in
c nhecting the word " sale" with manufacture ? Is
not tl.e saie cf ardent spirits already legalized in this
kingdom? If not, it wcull be much more to the
point to lambaste overt scoundrels than those in ,
prosjct- Rut we all know it is legalized and the sa l (
consequences thereof; then let us drop it in our talk.
If our foreign treaties prevent us from prohibiting
the sale cf spirituous liquors here, let us fire into the
foreign treaties upon that ground, and into those
scamps ntiHUg us who desiie to manufacture upon
that ground. I have yet to learn a single instance '
wherein the latter have asked that the sale of ardent '
spirits be legalized in this kingdom. They are not so
illogical, cr more properly, billy as that. They well
know the thing is already legalized past hope; they
only n.-k now the privilege to manufacture and put it
iu bond, same as the importer, (why dun't you fire
into him?) and compete with him for legitimate
profits. Well, why not ? There is certainly nothing ;
outrageously immoral in that. (
Would any one dare say it is a greater sin toman- '
ufaoture cn those conditions than it is to import? .
Yes," says a benevolent gentleman; "the manu- 1
facturer would add just so much more as he would j
make to the smoke of the torment," while the itn- j
porter simply imports what is already made." That
1 deny. Demand and supply always keep even pace, ;
and if there was no demand here for foreign liquors, !
they would not be manufactured tosunply it. "And," j
adds the same benevolent gentlemen, the govern- j
ment would set or follow the pernicious example of
legalizing sin." The philanthropy that embodies
such exalted sentiments i.s to be distrusted. It ap-
pears very much like the humanity of Nero when he 1
played the lachrymose upon the occasion of his sign- j
ing the first death warrant It is well known that a j
large proportion of the imv.rted liquor are the vilest
adulterations, and government cannot refuse to re-
ceivc them, at least I suppose so, or our wide-awake j
philanthropists would have had inspectors appointed j
long since to prevent their importation, otherwise ;
their pretensions are all cant. j
In regulating the manufacture of spirits within the '
kingdom, it is not denied but that government can
exact on article of the greatest purity. Now a9 it is
an admitted fact that the poions used in adulterating
liquors occasion more evil than the liquors themselves,
who i, or would lie, the greatest sinner, the importer !
or manufacturer ? Who is the greatest benefactor of (
this people, the philanthropist that confines them to '
poisoned liquors, or the villain that makes a pure j
article for them to drink ? Rah ! The subject is too J
transparent for argument. j
Can't surround the distillery with effectual safe-
guards to prevent selling it there?" Well, do the j
Custom House guard prevent smuggling now, or j
prevent manufacturing either? Go and count the1
gun-barrels forever hot an 1 it will open your eyes;
and what is more, old topers prefer that crude stuff ;
to the best imported. There is a fact worth heeding. 1
This whole liquor question narrows itself to one
iMue. Since we must, er force, have ardent spirits !
among us, is it best to import the adulterated or 1
manufacture the pure article ourselves? We know ,
on which side to look for adulterated notions. For j
our part, we believe it the duty of all true philan- j
thropists, and more particularly the Legislature, to
provide fir us the purest possibly to be had. It is j
certainly true charity to do so, and if it is true that i
charity begins at home," they can't act too soon in l
Economy ? The person that does not comprehend J
that without telling, never will with. There is
one thing perhaps that will be necessary to men-I
tion lest there might be some dunderheads yet alive
unable to see it without aid, and that is. that there is '
such a thing as double economy. The skimmings
ami washings at our sugar plantations are now thrown ;
away through the mandates of an existing statute, j
whereby if the saaie was repealed, the planters would
fall back upon their natural rights and s?ve a large j
amount of property to themselves and the country.
Here would be a double saving, aud to a common- J
sense person it would seem that the approaching!
Legislature" could hardly do less than 14 make an j
effort" to save this property from waste, if they done j
nothing more in the matter. j
Mr. Editor, please address a query to the different j
planters as to the amount of loss each one annually
sustains from the present unavoidable waste of skim
mings and washing?. No doubt they will ausweryou
cheerfully and truthfully. Pavkaa.
A ii 1. 1: x
x is b: c: i: i k i,
r AV. M.i-v,
Will contin-je the Ci.-neral Men-haiHliso and Shipping bu-iness
at tin- above port, where th. y are pr.-pnred to turni-h the
justly ceb-brjted Kaaaihae Pt.fito.-s. and such oth, r re
cruits as are required by whale ships at the shortest notice,
and on the mst reasonable terms. -15-tf
Poi cH;iiu. While (rani.e, ;nu!
F,t n Frnnrrs l'nlnirr" from Sntt Fraiu-i-o.
A WF,,I.SKI.ECTEH ASMIKTME.M OF
.- ti imnier and Tea Setts, and a lareevan- ty of.
oth- r article
Al -s ) An
ass..rtiueiit of Cut
sale at lo
21 1 -"iu
F. PM.CO ER,
Corner of yaecn and Nuuanu Stp cts.
Jnt Rrccitcd !
;reciax." from i.oxdox.
verv scperior york ii a ms.
For -ale hv
S. S' I DOE,
Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street.
l S T R I : I E I V F. 1 E X S A M I " E I , R O IJ E R T-
soii. ream cap straw pa r. d crown do do.
Reams double cap stra I .i-r. do itoiii le greeu do do.
Reams hardware iniH-r, i! o envelope do.
Reams blottunc pajK-r. For sale by
214-21,1 II. M. WHITNEY.
roll s i,i: !
,v A COOII C'A R R I A ii E HORSE. SI IT-
f ;-a'.e f- r b.-avy or light work, or a saddle horse, very
" quiet, and jul the thins fr family n". b, ing th'T
i I ' ' n 1 y Or- k.-n. Also, a e,wi I saiblle hors-, suitaide
for a ladv or g. ntlenian b ride. Apply to
214-;it r'.Tt tr.et.
:r(AK AND MOLASSKS,
IkTcw Crop lOGO.
"O W ' O M I X I X F R O M T 1 1 E 11 R E W E R
. 'I pi iiit.,t.oii. Makawao. East Maui, and tor -al- by
tor sal- bv
II REM ER y CO.
214 1 ,
Whi'se accounts are of more than
THREE MONTHS STANDING,
Are requested to settle before the
iiir--i i vn2Tiiit rs .t.
Or they will 1-e j.l.acel in the hands of an
ATTORNEY FOR COLLECTION.
2!5-lm A. S. A. M. S. (MtlMlAl M.
DiwNuhitioii of f opai(in'rliip.
pilE 'OI'ARTXF.RSII II Kit KTOFORK
exi-tini: lietwt n E.J. ix-ik and II. McDoiitia. is this day
li-- lv-1 I v mutual c..nciii. All out:..r. !ir r d- bts to U- paid
to H. MeDoni a. E. J. KEI.K.
Ib f . lulu. July 2. lsi's). II. M. IhjNNA.
N. B. The bu-.te ss will be car-ieu oa hereaft. r by II.
M'-Donna, at th-oi l stand. -Jlj.t
rwHK l'XTERMf;.XEI HAVE THIS HAY
ent. r.-d into a part:..-r-h:p f. r the pu-p.. of tran-.M-:i.-,g
a licijcrai '..-r-antile A'i-1 shippintr Kusiiiess. under the ij'.ane i
an I si vie of ALLEN tt 1-hKHlLL, at K.ia li Hawaii. ,
W. F. AI.I.EX.
Honolulu, July 2, !". ;i5-:t 1VM. I Kit KILL, i
COR XKIKAUMA. KKV(K'S IlCAIl-
a i;'-. Uh.-umati-ui. i.'uit. Naru?ite?s. i'art.al P.iraiy!i ai.ii L-.i-s
ofSi'ep, use the c. l-l-rated TOl.V .iyOM'-VE.
F.-r ivei v species -f T.'.r it or Lure I'.!h'-ul::es. from that of
s.,re Threat t-i e.xtr.-uic Ci.i.u:iip:.t:u. ue the RSAL
tor ; If KEM IIr.
We .iv to a!!, try t!..-m ; atj-1 in purvl .i-:r:s-. er li f re j ur-
chasi:..-. call f r an 1 r- el tie.- ia:np!.. t. which is a full descriii-
tin of all plans. I'aii-nts w ll f'.r.d ia thtu everything to I
strerrhen c.Tif. l. i.oe : and in r a.!ii. should any iiUestioii 1
pe-d it.-lf. the propria- rs will cit-sta-.-r u a t.iv. r to t.ave such
que-ti .tis pat to theiii. which -ha!! 1 ai ---red wiih -ut J ! iy.
The f. inii-hl-:. which i? nuite a f.uni'.y necessity, and will t- ex
te tided in j .ur:..U form, as ideas su jj: t them; lv, s, or Uf3ti "lis
aked. can I had of a'.l leaders, or Wol 1- cheerfully sc;.t ..u ajw
plication to Oneral Aj-t.ts. A r.-i t-K-ality h--u!d he with-ut
these retu.-d;-!', r- spectaMe d-nl-rs not a'.r-:dy supplied, can be,
on application to the li-neral Ai; uis. See A Jvtr'.iseir.ent.
XOTICK TO ALL, 1XTK K KT K I IX I1A-
waiian History. The undersigned, on the 27lh June, lsjy, re
ceived a letter fr..m James Jacks .;; J arves, Ksq.,Jated Florence,
7th April, same year, statir-g that it was his wish to pu'.lish a
new editi-.ii of the History of this Kingdom, and rv.ut stiris: for
that purpTse Isjund Volumes of Hawaiian newspapers, Mitiiste-
- .... Jt-,. fr...., ,1. e....- ISIS f.. tl . t:iesr I.KII.!.'
-lat iij.ju.., .., ii-iii ni ji.i i --.j ..v.".. w .... 1
d ite. All these li-jt i have lecn forwarded to him, excepting 1
only the reports to and the pr -e -din of the present Leitisla- j
ture. The Int -nti. n ii to pive to the world a true and impartial
history of this kingdom, from the tariiit rcords down to the
prorogation of the Leatislature t:ow in session, illustrated l y en-g-niviiis
of Kind's Katuehaiueha I., II., III. and IV., and so far '
as p.ssii.le, of all the tnea who have uf.sisU.l theiu successively
n the conduct of public a.'Tairs, with a brief biographical notice
of each. Mr. Jarves wrote to the undersigned ou the i'td Feb
ruary last, from the same city, that it Would be necessary to se
cure to the publisher the sale of 1200 or more c pies. With this
view, the undersigned, l?lievini; the publication of the proposed I
new editi .u to be an object of national importance, respectfully j
solicits that all parties Hawaiian and foixiim residents) who
may desire bi jksscss C"pi-s thereof, state lo him in writing? how
many Cop; s each ill take, the undersign. .1 havii.p the intentiou
of, thereafter, i;iiinn his i.rsonal guarantee for such an amount
as will secure the .ublicaliou of such new edition, in a style
worthy of the literary fame uf the author and of this nation
whose historian he is. K. C. WYLI.IE.
Kosehank, June s, hul. 215-tf
F. A. &. A. I. Le Phookks pl L'Ooe asik Loogk,
No. 124, under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Coun
cil of the Grand Central Lodire of France, working in
the ancient Scotch Kite, holds its regularmectinirs on the Wed
nesday nearest the full moon of each month, at the old Lodge
room, in King street. Visiting brethren respectfully invited
P. C. JO.YES, Secretary.
HOXOI.rbr RIFKF.S. A TT EXT I O X I
Tte: M.-iuIm ts of the above Company arc hereby notified
that, after this date, notices will not Isj issued as hereto
fore. Regular I'rills will be ln-ld at the Armory of the Corps
on the 1 and 4th Friday evenings of each month, at 7i
'clock I. M. Per order -.
K. L. JUNES. JOHN II. BROWN,
orderly Serireant. Captain.
Ileal Quarters Honolulu Uiltcs,
i.-cep.l-r :i, ls.V.t. i
I)iso!rition of Ci:jar(iHi!iip
fBlIlK t'OI'ARTXFRSJIII' IIERETOHIRK
1 existing between Abel Harris and Fraueis It. Swain, doing
business under the name and style of A. IIAK1US i CO., 011
the Island of Hawaii and in Honolulu, expire,! by limitation
May 1st, lSiii). Ah hi. HAilKls alone will sign 111 Inimdatioo.
FRANCIS H. fWAIN.
No lie p.
fE-IIIK I XDERSKJXEI) 1XTKXDS LKAV-
B im: this kliotdoni 111 an early date, and requests that all par
ties having claims against him, either personally or as the
Agent of the Hudson's Bay Company, will present the same on
or before the -JOili of July next. Also, he requests those who
are indebted Pi hiu , as the Agent of the Hudson's Bay Com
pany, to settle tlieir debts immediately at his ollic -. Iu default
of payment, such bills and accounts will be placed in the hands
of the Company's Altorm-y f.,r collection.
Honolulu, June 15, lstlo.21o-if JAMES BISSETT
ilRIXG MY AKSKXCK FROM THIS
C. King will act lor me under full Power
(21o-Ut) ABEL HARRIS.
lAPciirs Noticp !
r.1, I'ERSdXS IMIKHTEI) TO TIIK KS-
flk t He of Henry Macfarlane, deceased, are requiril to settle
immediately with the undersigned. All person having any de-
mauits, j. lease present them.
C. C. HARRIS,
R. C. WYLLIE.
Honolulu, June '20, IS'M. 213-1 m
1KR SA M I Kh ROHF.RTSOX." AXI) FOR
sale by the uudi rsiu'lied, a choice assortment of Sofas and
l.unges. Also per late arrivals. Easy Chairs, Rocking Chairs,
Parlor Chairs, and a great variety of Children's Chairs of supe
rior quality. (21o-ot) C. E. WILLIAMS.
FIGS ! FIGS ! FIGS !
' S.4 MUF.L R OliERTSOX ." '
ST RKCF.I VF.I. IX FIXK ORDER, A
For sale by
FRED. L. HANKS & CO.
.1 1; s t
II I1CE1 V 13 I
" Snmiol rtoTjcrtrsoii 1"
mmrlllTE WAX CAXDbKS, ti'S,
v SsoLAR Sperm do.,
Pike (.ojoi nd Lead,
I'ire Zinc Paint.
For sale by ('21:1-40 FRED. L. HANKS & CO.
P. C, JONES, JR.,
for the city
tia.le. consist inir
of prints, muslins,
delaines, denims, mole
skin, toweling, bro. drilling,
Mue flannel, huts, loots and shins, pajier card", cpsnm s;dts,
sugar, tubs, leather, whips, cariH-t bags, lookint'-glasses,
paint oils, glass axes, shovels, Berlin wind, alpaca,
ln-l-in,', plaids, shining, monkey jackets,
alpaca roa ts, rhirts, coats, pantaloons,
one suMTior harness, chairs, hose, saddles,
prints, indigo blue, salt, ox hows, hand-
bedspreails, chalk, kerchiefs, fans, rice,
ribbons. i-.-ks, hanlwarc, soap,
oysters, clams, tobacco, nails,
lobsters, hoes, ink,
neck- Jtc, :c.
CoSst t.ATE, i
Honolulu. June -0, 1m0.
IX COMPLIAXCE Willi TIIK LAWS OK
ib. I'nitt.l States of America, in such ens.- pr..viii-l. nn.1 in
accord nice with the treaty stipulatioi.s betweti the I nited
States and thi kingdom. I do h-re.y give notice that Capt. E.
B. ILo)-r. a citizen of the 1 nited f-tatcs, at Honolulu on
the 15th of April. 100.
The said ib-c.-ssed Iteini: as far as known intestate, and hav
ii:tr no h ir or ler;i repres.-iiiative in this kimrdoiu. I have this
day taken xssesion of his l.ks and eib-cts, and ilo hereby
further give notice to all persons inde' te 1 to said .-state to make
immediate payment to me, aud all those having claims against
said estate to present them to me without delav.
TIlOS. 1. Dot dHERTY,
214-C.t V. S. Vice Consul.
BliKMKN" CoNsI I atk,
Honoiulu. June ;7, lsoih J
'OTICK IS II E R E It Y KIV EX THAT THE
Aw undersigiinl, by virtue of his oihce, is ex-cutor of the es
tate of Ijoiii Itaund'.ich, a native of Bremen, lately dee.-aed, in
testate, at l.ihue. Kauai, and n-qu.-st all parties indebted to the
same to pay th-ir liabilities to the uiidcrs.gtied. a well as all
others holding claims against the same to pr-scnt them within
thirty diijs fpun date. CH STAV REIN ERS,
214-41 Bp m-n Consul.
xirrat Ki'cirilics of tlie Day.
The (irenl Xruralii'. Xt-rvoiia 1 1 endaclie, nnd
R lieiMiin I ir Rtiiicilv. mid the
UNIVERSAL COUGH REMEDY,
FOR EVERY I'ESCRI ITI N OF LINO AND THROAT
rHIESK REMEDIES AFTER SIX YEARS'
M private use are n..w I;iir:y U-f-.re ttie pul-iie. Piiuiphl.-ts
pivini; a full pr..-f u ..fall p'an. and testimonials which can
iu i-v, ry r is.- he r h d ..ii. and to whteli t)ie pr pnetor a-k the
most ri-id inquiries, w.ll ! found n ith ad di il-T-- The pr pri
etor in conli.lence ask a'l to r.-a-i the pamidilet. a nothing like
justice can be iloue by advcnis.ug, ex-'epling that of notoriety,
Which IS UldiSpelisaoi.
W. ill "N SEW ELL a: CO..
7 Jc s Coturuercial Wharf, B. ston
For salt 1 y
O. P. JI DD.
J. :. SMITH Is: CO..
21 4-1 m
"LX xa To ox"!
as HaiiiNome Lumber
AS EVER CAME TO
j now Ian
Ian line fr -in the barken tine I'nnitttution. consist ing of
loo M fe-t toiuru.st nii, cr .oved i-ards, 1 and 1J inch.
SO M lo t 1 inch t-iard.
Oi M as.-ort.sl -tt.t:ing.
12 M a lo t pickets.
10 M laths.
SO M sliincl-s.
All of which is f r sale in birt or small lots, at a pr-.ce to suit
the tim-s. Call hef-re you buy, and take a I oii.f..r they do say
that OEoKuE M. HUM E can sell a little lower than any other
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. !
I'llsCKI HERS WISIIIXf; TIIE A HOVE!
valuable newspaper will pleas." leave their orders tf.re !
th- departure of the mail. Price f 2 50, or 2 if taso-n ith the j
fummrrcil AlirrUnr. (214 20 II. M. WHITNEY. I
, - . . --
IISIATC1I i.im: or IWCKKTS
- FOR SAX FIl A XflSt .
: THE FAsT-SAIUN'i Cl.IIM Kll i'.VKK
Capt. J--IIX PATY, w;;l sail fcr the ;. sv; p rt with
For fr-i 'ht or pissit:-? apply to
21ii-tl li. C. WATVKM i CO.
S AUD WICH ISLAND
11 a iit-ioi..
r. I .11. Itl'i i i
ONLY KKolLAi; LINE FKM TH V.
W'ill W ilespatc:--d iu:irterlv frora
Boston, ia the u. ..-.ths of Murrli.
Mv or June.
Sr pIciiiImt 11 ml Drrriu brr.
For furt!ier particulars see s;s"ial a lv rtiseir.ents ia daily
plers of Uie above mouths.
For freight or passajte to, or drifts or. Ho .olulu, apply to
IIF.XKY A. I'lKl'.CK.
Sa:i iwich Island Packet 'tVuv.
CI Couuuercial VN hart, liston.
II. F. 5new. - - Hen. lulu
Sutton Co. - - New York.
Cook A: Snow, - - New lied ford.
12 x i n 1: s ? ,
BY THE REOI LAR l'ACKITs BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let.
ters and valuable pare 1. to all parts of the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The .uents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells Fargo jk Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
W-iis, Famo C.'s fratiked i'. S. O .vcrnir.eiit eiiveloi'S,
which pas free over the Ca!;' r-ii a and cast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Franc. sc. i to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attend-! to.
Oct. 1. lsOG-tf. F. L. HANKS. Agent.
EVccmuii A: Co'
TKEA5URK, Fl'iKKilU'. PACKAtlEi LETTER
TI3 3C i X O SsB ,
On the Oth and 20th of each Month.
f, s-, , TO ALL PARTS OF THE
-i'd . xa l"nilt-tl Stairs. South A mrricn.
- i'- ("tiimdiiM iiixl F.nrope,
CONNKCTISO IX SKW T"HK WITH THK AMKKIC AN-F.l'KOPEA KX
TKKSS C1IMPAXY TO Kl KOPK.
CSOI.I 1) I'ST. CO I X AM) 1UI.LIOX FOR
M warded and insurvl on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies n New York and lmdon.
Packages, Parcels an.l Letters forwanlcl Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in chargeol S.cial Mess. in.-ers.
A Spcstial Express is made up hy us for Panama. Callao. Lima,
Valparaiso, and ail the principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded h the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 2ath of each mouth.
Jlj- Collections made, and nil onb rs jh rtaiuitig to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVEUKTT, - - - - Honolulu.
121 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
OOTSsiI O ERO a, jf S
SM ALL IIl'T CHOICE ASSORT..! EXT
of Ladies', dents', Misses' and Children's cuVnn mailt
Hoot awl Shoes just received per "Samuel Robertson," and
for sale low at
ojiLtf WOOD'S BRICK SHOE STORE.
31: jrvx-lsL 'C3.rv33CIA.lT I
FKO-M LONDON !
A Xl F R S A I. E li V T 1 1 E I X I E R S I V. X E D
--&. Cases assorted prints, new styles : do do pickles,
Cases assorted jams, do do sauces, do do jiastes,
Cases olives, pie fruits, confectionery, starch.
Blue, vinegar, mustard, oatmeal, currie powder,
Marking ink. candied l el, Worcester sauce.
Prime York. Hams, linns. IJcrtox Ale,
Marzetti's Ale in 1Iotti.es,
Marzetti's Ale. Hocbi.e Diamond do.,
Superior Dark Urandv, (Martell's,)
Cases 1 rt YIE, do (Jeneva, do Sherry,
Cases very ijuPERion Champagne, iVc.
Samples now ready for Inspection.
214-Um J ANION", GREEN k CO
l.'e.v Hoods! New Hoods !
FfxIIE UXDERSIfiXF.I) II AS JEST RECEIVED
1 by Express from New Y'ork direct, and offers for sale very
low, ut Ins new establishment on joirt street, tlie pillowing as
sortment of Fancy Gmuls, schxtiil with great care for this mar
ket, in addition to the large assortment previously on Hand :
Silk velvet ribbons, fast edges : ladies' mohair mitts,
Ladies' mohair mitts, with and without ling-rs ;
" gauntlet mitts, belting ribbons, very rich;
dauze ribbons, wide and narrow ; white crape.
Rich sash ribbons, only one of a pattern :
Rhick Brussels lace edge, blae'j Pusher do do.
White silk blond lace edge, white joiu blond,
Swiss editings and insert ngs, kid gauntl 'ts,
Alexander's white kid gloves, gent's do do do,
Swan bill hooks and eyes, white and black t
(Sutter pereha and ivory cr-hct needles,
Ladies' silk elastic Congress heeled caiters,
Pare linen diaper, white cottuu sh ting. 2 yards wide.
21"-3m Fort street
" SAMUEL ROBERTSON ! "
A FIX E A SS UT M EXT O F LA I) 1 ES FANCY
Jm. GOi DS, such as
BLOM), WHITE, niiJli, SEArOUTAS,HAIR LACE
AM) WILLOW HOXETS.
A brntilifMl lol of plaid Jk mi Hi Houiiet Ribboim,
French Head Dresses,
Clienille for do.,
Barbs for do.,
And a variety of other Goods.
For sale to the trade LOW, by
C. A. .t II. F. POOR,
213-.1t Makee .V Anthon's building.
SOLE AG EXT FoR the
JERSOXS WISIIIXf; To V LA XT TIIE
Cuni'iuat oran.-e for b-slee fences, can 1-e supilie with
plants by . avit-.g ap.;;c.iti n at l,x No. ;i. p, t-othce.
The imjeiietrat b- h'-dg- formed by this plant, and its great
rapidity of growth in these islands, render it the best tenet
plant ever introduced here. lis-tf
IROX SPIKES. WIRE. Air.
IROX SIMKES. ASSORTED SIZES.
undies iron wirv, do Norway shaies. dust received jk.t
f-.r sale bv C. BREW LR y CO..
lvJ-tf Market W harf.
W. is. iiAKva:
PAINTER, i LAZIER, filEDER AND PAPER
Shop iu King strs t. next door to D;:!lin"s Market. 215-241
2 m. sale at the A
ricu!tural I! ir i- n and I'r. smith's Dr i-' Store,
d.-d cons'antlv, as th-v ri-'.-n. fresh S.siis of
To th-se will l-e a !
Flowers, II--rbs and new vari' ti.-s of fg. tal-les from Japan.
China. Mexico, etc Al! s, e,!s . tT.-r-.i fr sale by the under
signed are laln-lld, ' From II. Hoist, in." and having been tro d,
may tm n.-le-d on as good. T..e uu lersigne-i resjKVtfuily solicits
the kind patronage of the public, and orders from other islands.
15-2rn " H. HOI-?TEIN.
The .llercliaiitN Tin una I !
IOXTAIXIXG TIIE TARIFF OF I S59-GO,
t'estorn-House Regulations an-1 Charges, Tr -aties with
France. England. Unite! States. D-nttiiirk and Bremen, together
wi;h h:i alistraet of the Hart- r Regulations for the port of Hono
lulu and other Ports f these I-la ids. Price, 25 cents. Copie
forwar b'd ' y mail n the receipt of the pre. For sale I v
JV.-eia II. M. WHITNEY.
. FmM' ' - llf-
J-. - A . -V- X O-
1IY JOHN F. ( 01.11l l!.
('( Pit ral Salt.
t o - ?i o"it i: o w :
FRID A Y'. July 13. al IO ()'( lock, A. I
Dry (iootls. rioifiinj:.
Hoofs and .Shots.
Cutli ry. rurni.iirc.
A CI. I IS !
X COSMOPOI.ITAX I'll I X CI l'I.ES, THAT
is lo say. 11 i-tti Chiefs aud other II inauan ticnil.men .w
Fore gn Political aud Consular Ai-iit.. Mcrehant. Professional
tietitlctucti of all tiati -ns ; and when. of, the pnvik p s to lie ex-
terhled to tin- Officers of all f rt ign stnps-i.f-w.u-. while in port
with Library and Rea.iii:g R.kitn, with ,t large Hall to lie avail
able for the Masonic and Odd Fellows' Lodites. for Public Lec
tures and Meet.ue, f,.r Dmiur Parties, Comvrts and Fancy
Fairs, with go-si Cook and other servants to import its own
wines and other liquors, and to i.iaiiacd by Trustees, under
by-laws, on the model of the most resptclable Clubs in other
cities vi the world.
Gentlemen friendly lo such an establishment in this city, are
respectfully invited to Communicate with
R. C. W YLLIE.
Honolulu, June io, 100. 214-ltu
fc star s:poee?"
I'ort Street, Honolulu,
HAS KINSTAXTLV ox
fcrs f.r sale at the t'EKY
HA 'E$, an assortment of
HA XI). AM) OF.
lOOTS AND SllOES,
Clothing of nil derriplioii,
And a variety of merchandise too uumerous to mention.
Notice (o Masters A: Owners of Whale
TIIE I'XDKKSIGXKI) 11 Efi LEAVE
to announce to masters ot whale shii, and the public
in general, that th v have succeeded in leasing from the
Freucti Government at Tahiti, the railway and heaving down
premises, including storehouses, etc.. etc.. and are now prepared
to execute repairs with dispatch and at lower rate than at any
other port in the Pacific. OW EN & GOOPINO,
New Goods! New Goods!
13 . O.HilLL
HAS JUST RECEIVED PER
SHIP " SAM l EL ROBERTSON !"
J. R. TAKER. MiiHirr,
fMIE FOLLOW I XS WELL SELECTED
M. iuvoh-e of MERCH ANDISE, to which the attention of the
public is respectfully iuited :
Tinned saucepans, wattle irons.
Carpenters' grindst mes, tamily do.
Molasses pumps, guarded red lanterns,
Axe hntcbets. round iM.int spades.
Blind fasts, hog seat saddles.
Bakers", in isons', gravy aud hair selves,
Saddle bags, cone ink.
Hydrant hose and pipes.
.lewsharps, calking mallets,
Window line. In n braces,
Luttuecht's lead ucils. Fish lines.
Enameled traveling bags, Pali braces.
Hawl's brac-s, with and !, extract musk,
Rubln r peket combs,
Kiiiei v bags,
Shaker table mats.
Palm leaf fans,
Ibioks anil eyes.
Pearl shirt buttons.
Awl, chisel, hatchet, adze and
whalers spade handles.
Pastry jaggers, shaving boxes,
I. R. pull combs, do hair pins,
Fine ivoiy combs.
Machine oilers, dust pans.
lapaiiiied, silvered, ivory and
Imiik carriage knobs,
Propeller (a-ncils, tweezers,
Silver thimbles, stilettos,
IVpiM-r boxes, spectacles.
Children's I. P.. combs.
Gillott a steel jns.
furnaces, brass cocks.
Iron clam )i screws, hog hoes.
Brass wire gauze, bristle brooms.
Ship scrajHTS, bug, blind door, chest,
wardrolK". western eagle, emigrant am! rural
night latch locks, brass aud iron padlocks, mor
tise door locks with crank handles, brick trowels, city
bolts, large and small rawhides, wood saws, paper weights, com
bination rules, pegging, brad aud saddler's awls, scissor
thariencrs, wardrobe hooks, slicks, plated match
planes, handled smooth planes, enameled
duck, toilet and shaving soap, scrub,
crumb, hair, paint. W. AV., glue,
horse and Uesh brushes, shoe
t bread, painters' dust
ers, house bells,
Tray harness, chalkline reels, log chains.
Iron cart boxes, C. S. gardeu rakes, meat hooks.
Sand paMT, shoe punches, sand stones.
Corner chisels, iron screw bits, countersinks,
Brass screw eyes, brass escutcheon pins.
Cutting nipples, sets firmer and s.icket tinner chisels,
Sho: pincers. British lustre shoe knives.
Steel shoe nails. Mason's blacking, French calf skins,
Coca and buck handle butcher knives,
Ivoiy handle table aud ihsscrt knives.
Screw wrenches, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, IS and 21 inch,
Harness aud bridle nucki.-s, grun picks,
Iron aril copper rivets,
Jewelers' round files.
Round, square and mill
Tuier saw files.
Brass lamp chains.
Clasps ami staples,
Britannia oil I. mips,
Double (Miiuted mattrass
needles, pricker pads.
C balk lines.
Akins bradawls, 20 tools,
Silven-d call bells,
Shot, Dupont's powder,
Window glass, 20x24 and 22x20, Iron, copper anil brass wire,
Grindstone cranks and rollers,
House paier and tiordering.
Safety fuse, porcelain slates,
Grass hooks, oval tea trays,
Portemonnaies, sermon paer,
Siiarmakers' drawing knives.
I Men and ladies' shoe lasts,
I Japanned spittoons.
iTelegraph needles, steel traps.
Boot, toe and instep stretchers
White ruled foolscap pajM-r, iiiacusmitns' hammers,
Wheelwright!.' hollow augers, circular saws.
Enameled glue pots, clothe line castings.
Marble wash-bowls, steel bowed eye glasses.
Brass swivels, lead pipe, horse rasps.
Marine and alarm clocks, cake ans,
Britannia table ca?trs, razor hones,
Iron table Soons, oil stones.
Chain and shutter holts.
Sheep shears, fret saws,
Ship augers, head and rabbit planes, coffee pot stands, curtain
bands, llritanma swing lamps, riding and carriage wtups,
French wah basins, glue, corks, ladies' India rublier
back combs, ripping saws, turning saws, memo
randum atid pass IxKiks. agate buttons, hung
borers, copjiering punches, saddle cloths,
Charcoal tin, pjxl4aiid 14x20, Manila
cordage. 0. It, 12 ami 15 thread, lj,
2 an-! 2' inch: cut nails am!
spikes, ro, chisels, far
riers knives, planes.
Silver table and teasioiiis, " pure rom;"
Silver table and ib ss- rt f rks, " pure coin ;"'
Silver butb r knives, pure coin ;'' butchers' knives.
Cases Illinois mixtures, cotton flannels, bro. cottons,
9-4 and 11-4 bleach-.! sheeting. Pearl river denims,
Ticking, oil carpeting. Russia diajw-r, linen napkins,
B-.y's cotton ob s. furniture prints, worsted curtain loops,
French all wool plaids, Oerticin twill. s drab cloth.
White and colons! sewing silk, colored taffeta ribbons.
Bonnet ribls.ns, white satin and talb-ta riblmns,
Velvet rinlN.ns. narrow Iw.nnet. gauze and plaid do.
Watered lielt riblx.ns. Brook's sp.l cotton. Coat's do ilo,
Wi.-king, brown Holland. Scotch diu-iT, French chintz.
Brown and wh-te table damask. linen huckahuck.
All woo! ilelaioes. p:i--r cambric, check crinoline,
lbd, blue and eliow erti,nejs, Irish linen, wetting cord,
White and brown linen thread, white cotton thread,
Bi-ick liombazinc. oil silk, dark prints, rich cashmere,
Canet binding. !..-d fringe, marking canvas,
French dimity, lad in' Li-le bos.-, hoy's brown hose,
ladies' and misses' brown and o-n work hose.
Men and Ix.v's fancy cotton hose, ladies' Lh.lc gauntlets,
Ladies', gent.-' and children's Lisle gloves.
Colored silk fringe, crochet cotton, 'rp-ntine braid,
Colored girdles, elastic ribtion, real thread lace,
Marseilles brain and fringe, cord and tjis-N,
itrown veils, mourning collars, silk elastic cor I,
Oents superior rul-ls r braces, doeskin gautitl.-ts.
Canihric e.lging. chamois skins. 1 i.li-s' b'.ped skirts,
Fn-rich cors.-ts, silk bead nets, velvet ribhon.
Black silk lace edgitigs, kid gauntlets. B.-.y State shawls.
Fl- reiice silk, black dress siik. white tnarseiiles. silk ruches.
Boy's rh-ck lin'-n. linen bi s. gre n baiz-, montvian cotton.
Cas'ile soap, chemical oliv- s--ip. s. C. soda.
Cream tartar, saleratn, card matches, fine dairy salt,
Dried apples, Preston and Merrill's yeast powder,
Bogle's hyperioti fluid. ccoairie. table salt,
Cayenne le-pp-r, flavoring extnets, white wine vinegar.
Itooti and Shoes.
Lads' silk Congress he-.-d ijots. men's Oxf rd ties,
M'-n'? Vr--nch i-alf s. iv.-d boots, rr..-n's enamepsl slipinrrs,
I.-i li.-s' white and hi.ick kid slipi rs.
La.lies' plain and Ic hil siipp-1 and bukins,
Ladies' and misses' calf sewed buskins.
Aerie ii It lira I Implements, Arc.
Eagle plows, thn-e .ires; lian-lcarts. ox yokes,
Coffee and grain tnilis. Grant's fan mill,
Wheelbarrow handcarts, wheellirrows,
Russell's exst iron cm sheli' rs.
Glass hand lamp. ghiss pr--serve dishes.
Cut glass salt cellars, solar chimneys, rolar wicks,
Rockingham sjiittoons, hanging solar lamps,
Custanl glass, s, cut g ! lets. W. I. ciistanl cups,
G -rman reading lamps, panel do- rs. rlaz.-d window sash,
Window blinds, rolling pins, wash IkipIs, water pails.
Cedar and painted tubs, market baskets, mop handles.
Toy pails, egg (.eaters, atert an.l whittl.il clothes pins,
Indies work baskets, covered pail", birch brooms.
Corn brooms, cover 1 painnd buckets, willow knife baskets.
Curled hair, tow-1 sacris. f ather pillows, hair seating,
H gh x.s. bedsteads, double anil single walnut washstands,
Walnut c-.rr.er what-tiots. 5 and 6 shelf.
Walnut side what-nots, oak ol;c chairs, Grecian chairs,
Pure white lead, extra whit-" lend, whiting, putty.
Lampblack, spirits turpentine, black enamel varnish,
C'iich varnish, furniture varni-h. raw unds-r,
Prussian blue, pumice stone, Fp-tich zinc,
Cho.-oUte tire pr f paint. 210-3tn
Valuable Leasehold Property on the
On Till USDAV.Jyi) 12,al II Vloc-k A.M..
On the pn-mis-s of Messrs A. Harris Co., on Ui- Esplana.!e,
will be 'U the leas.- of tlie lame, urelher with all imi-JTe-tuents,
I'r.-niises on Esplanade and h-ase of lut Xs. 34 aud Si.
Office furniture, desks, chairs, etc.
2 press, -s a.iaptx! for pnlu, weigliint- scales, 1 cart,
1 safe, improved combination Uwk ;
1 buoy,cap.t' le cf .susta.ning 4.1110 llw ; 1 anchor, l-tOO Ibi.
1 cl ain, 4."i f.nh-vms, 1 j inch ; 1 surf boat.
Al .SO Leases of the following lands on Hawaii ; W&ipaca
l -au, liumuula, lUk.ilau and Paauau. Particular uf same at
day of sale.
Real Estate on .Merchant street
FOR SALE !
THE PREMISES KXOWX AS TIIE
- Bull's Ileal," situated on Merchant street, near Nuu
anu. with a back entrance front Xanana street. Tha
building is two stories, with a fine cellar and water from Ui
government pi's, all in first rate order. Title lee simple.
For terms, ic, applv to
-Ml A. P. EVERETT.
Celebrated Hav State Stoves.
A XEW SUPPLY 0F THOSE Sl'PKRIOR
afm. Bay State Cooking Stoves, rive sizes. Just received ty
the Samuel Koliertson." and for sale at prices to suit the times.
Order solicited. (-10-61) E. O. HALL.
Soda Wafer Fountain !
SODA WATER FOR FAMILIES! A refresh
ing beverage these hot summer days. Call at the Ihrug
Store, corner Hotel anJ Fort streets.
212-om J. M. SMITH is CO.
Ki:i: . cool : ki:i:i CH)I, !
A Substitute for lee.
f .HE I XIIERSICXKI) HAVING PURCHASED
M. the S!a Apparatus of W m. Kinney, would re"ctfiilly
inform the Public, that he is now preiared to serve them with a
genuine article of LEMON AND SARSAl'ARILLA SODA, ia
any quantity and at the lowest rates.
X. It. Any iersoii having S.sU Bottles about their premises,
will confer a favor bv iiotifviug the ondersigtMsl.
GEORGE C. Mo LEAN.
2 1 1 -Cm Nuuanu Street.
WHALE Oil. !
X QFAXTITIES TO Sl'IT. Forsaleby
212-tf 11. 11ACKFELD A
XDERSHJXKI) HAS APPOINTED
Mr. GEORGE WILLIAMS
to act for him in the collection
of all outstanding debts and accounts.
2 10- 2m
E. !1. BOYD.
XK PATENT SAFE
II. DIMOXD A SOX
I- I1 11 "UK K !
i, u n niR!
Ex "Jenny Ford !"
C1EOROK J. HOWE ISSELLIXC OFF HIS
M LumlHr so fast, that his soick was pretty well reduced.
Now he is getting in a fine assortment from the Teekalet Mills.
All in want of Luinls r have only to look into his yard, and thry
will buy, for he will sell low and give satisfaction. 211-2tu
Globe Co tree Saloon !
THE rXDERSIOXED IIASOPKV
eda COFFEE and REFRESHMENT SALOON,
on Fori street, nearly opH.,ite Odd Fellows' Hall ,
where he will lie happy to meet his friends, and
will spare no pains to please ttiem.
TjT The best -Jf.trr Strvww or Chorolntr prepared at
a few minutes notice. (2(H-rtin) F. W. IJBE.
French Merchant Tailor.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE THE ODD FELLOWS II ALL,
171VKRV DESCRIPTION' OF CUSTOM
A Work executed at short notice, and iu the latest styles.
Dnllrr ! Butler !
THE UNDERSIGNED HERE.
with inform their customers, 'and the public In
general, that, having sucoeeilei! ia making ar
rangement for the regular supply of FRESH
KE ALIA BUTTER from E. Krull's dairy, acknowledged as Uie
best butter on the islands, we are now prepared to furnish con
stantly this article. (211-tf) T. MOSSMAN A SON.
FOR SALE OU RENT
THE COTTAGE NOW OCCUPIED
by Mr. Hughes, next In-low K. O. Hall, on th Nuuanu
road. Government water laid on. Immediate pni session
given. For terms please apply to JOS. O. CAR'IKR,
211-2m Commercial Advertiser OUice.
Groceries! Family Stores!
CUR EWER Sc CO.IIAVECON'STAXTLY
on hand, and oiler for sale.
Cases Roast Turkey and Chicken,
Cases Roiled do. do.,
Cases Fresh Apples,
Cases (Jreen Corn,
Cases Soup and Rouillie,
Cases Green Peas,
Cases Preserved Meats,
And a great variety of Prraervrd Vrxeialtlrn and
Fruit. HI l-l-i
JUST RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIVALS
from Boston, the following assortment of Merchandise i
Cases blue denims.
Cases blea. flannel,
llab-s bro. cotton.
Bales awning striies, a new article.
Bales bro. drilling.
Cases print lawns.
Cases saltern blea. twill,
Bales printed carpets,
Cases ladies' gaiter lined boots
Cases men's rubber boots,
Cases lioys' do do.
Cases women's do do.
Cases charcoal irons,
Bbls prime pork.
Barrels mess pork.
Half bids mess pork.
Or bbls mess pork,
Bbls mess beef,
Bbls navy mess beef,
Half bbls crushed sugar.
Half boxes raisins,
Cases refined lard.
Casks pilot bread.
New Bedford iron hoops, 1x16. 1 xl7, U17, 1 1x17.
19o-tf Apply to C. BREWER A CO., Market Whar .
W. X. LADD
HECEiVED BY TIIE "SAMUEL
a large and desirable assortment of
n. f cl tv , x- o I
Consisting In part of
Extra quality mortice locks, with white or dark knobs Elm
City and Western door locks, brass hinges and screw, city
bolts, assorted sizes ; hooks and staphs, wardrobe ho.ks,
Escutcheons, blind hinges ami fasts, gilt cornice, gilt cur
tain bands, brass liox and chest locks, hair cloth for
furniture, leather lielting. gutta pereha hydrant hose,
j to 1 inch ; extra hose couplings, hose p!ies, tin
men's solder, sofa springs, halter chains, wash
boards, seine twine, scrub, mark ing and white
wash brushes, carjienter-t' planes, panel
saws, combination rules, file, brace bits,
Iron braces, Hawke's plated braces
with bits, lamp hooks, coffin
screws, large bullet moulds,
Gun nipples, 40 Inch
smiths' bellows, row
hicks, brass wire
horse shoe nails, cof
fee mills, croton bibbs,
stop cocks, chisels, sleigh
bells, lemon squeesers, charcoal
irons, nurse lamp,, blacksmith"' vises,
spittoons, cotton lines, tin, brass and cop
per machine oilers, tea trays, Rodger's pen
knives, French pails, French saucepans, tinned
spurs, hay forks and rakes, grain sickles, scythes ami
snathes, lioys' axes, lead pipe, sheet sine, axles and springs
for carriag.-s, caststeel in bars, nails, assorted sizes, etc. Also,
Ialc IMOUX, assorted sizes.
XJ" To all of which attention is r-Siectfully invited. 211-Srn
Makiki Family School.
A XEW HUILDIXK HAS BEEN ERECTED
j and furnish.-d from the money and articles contributed ,y
the r.sidents. of Honolulu, so that about fifteen pupils, in addi
tion to those already in the school above named, can now be
well acroTmni -dated.
Girls of from five to eight years of age, and those who will
probably te kept in the school until their education in completed,
will have the preference.
The moral and physical, as well as the mental training of the
pupils, will lie attend to. To make them intelligent house
keepers, and give them habits of industry and usefulness, will
be the constant aim of their instructors.
Miss Ogde.ii, the princial, lias had long experience, ami unu
sual success as a teacher of Hawaiian Girls ; and the Trustees
of this school have great pleasure in assuring parents and guar
dians, that children confided to her care, will tie in excellent
Terms. Thrse dollars per week, for hoard and tuition.
For further information, please address, or confer with Sliss
Ogden. By order of the Trustees.
CHAS. It.. BISHOP, Secretary.
Honolulu, May 25, 1S60. (210-lm)
rKi; II HOTEL.
f- TIIE UNDERSIGNED. DESIRING TO
If-iiij' retire frora business, offers to sell out his entire ewtab
X -m lishmeut on very favorable terms. The central and
convenient situation of the spacious premises are well known,
and also the respectable patronage the hotel has enjoyed during
the last twelve years. The inventory is complete and will re
quire but little renovation. The lease of the premises is also re
tnewable under favorable terms. For further particulars, apply
to (212 lm') VICTOR CHAXCEREL.
iNE CENTRE-BOARD SURF BOAT,
xl w feet long, i feet beam, for sale by
BREWER A CO.,
ASKS, assorted sizes, forsaleby
C. BREW Lit & CO., Market W harf.
HY A. V
-u j ije content.