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QiBC Ccixtti. Dr ti. t'o.7t'. we are g!l to
pctfi the rriI f K- . T. !.'.:-. I'resiJent elect
efti" CoIIejo. accompanied lv bis wife. Tbe
jajtitctioo wL'.t t-jw l I '. we-J . r. a t vi cf thvr.ug'a
5cinJ. lr ut tl.e ub cf tbe
aicaOBfy- w !e"i aa ir.ciJet.t which peals
veil kr th instruction jiter. in the College. Mr. A.
F'ai.k JuIJ. ho rectntiy leSr the is't.Js f r the
jarrof een-.ptir. L's e-xac-t:on at Yale College,
set bis mrlt to rrt?r the junur clAs, though
eot to aim f r.i;:b. He went through his exaoiica-
ith creU.t. ana was a im.tteu to tnt c:-,
tT tae iresntnan mni sopnocicre c. asses a
feat ery teMjtn attempted.
pjtlBTtD Pemtues. ''Ve-Jvn't want to run Jjwn,
xef cor throats. cj one'a preereJ peaches.
bB we prIe thi p-it up in Calirrnia. but we Jo
guj thatthceeSani.SA;jgenow bucs han l fmrn tbt
Stje, surpass acjthir.g of the kin 1 :n the fruit line
we ha'r c,e with. Another wrinkle -c g-vinel
tbe other day t. that tins of prere-l meats, fruits,
4e , are much easier cpene-J on the rtt tn than the
trp, although the cpner may be ob!:g-l to st-ia l on
bis bea-1. ptrhupi, to rta-l what V'nJ t f fruit is ia
Schb. Odd Ftixow. This sterling Tes-?el, nrt-i.thsruo'V-ng
the strong opposition with which she
is threatte"J by the time tib!e of tbe ITHautz, is
Jeer3inel " to Jo or Jie," an J will continue to run
to Kaaai as n'ia.l. F. L. anl T. is her motto, which
Captain CanJagft contraes Freight, 'Lasses an 1
QT Her Majpsty, the Qun. inrites all the ladies
of Ifonolula intere'te-l in Fair f r the t-ene6t of
this institution, to meet at the Palace, Fri lay tnorn
icg. No- - J. at 11 o'clock, for consultation, appoint
nsg enmmittes an 1 fixing the J ty when the Fair
Maxoa Bsitgc We are re-j'iefe'l to call atten
tion to thia briJe, crrath.-r to the fict that no bridge
txisf?. eflctually tibtoing the use of the roaJ fiT
Dost porpijees. It was cirriel away, we belieTe. a
year since, and has neer been rep!aceJ. " A worl
ta tie wise," Sic.
rjf Seamen snJ others wi-hing t rail re mittan
eesto their friends or agents in the United States,
can always procure drafts, in sums to snii from
Messrs. Bishop Co. , Hankers, in Kaahuaiano streer.
J" TVe are nnder obligations to Mr. Hill of
Jiicolaefsky, passenger per brig lUro, and 15. F.
Snow, Esq., for late intelligence from that place, and
pAtjrmG. A large ei!ection of paintings will
le sold at auction, oc Saturday evening next, by A.
P. Eserett. .
For Whalemen's Shipping List, see fourth page.
By tbe arrltal on Friday of the bark Comet, and
the clipper ship Storm Ai, on Monday, we hae
&li:ces from San Francisco to Oct. 14, New York to
Sept. 2.. and Ejrope to Sept. 14.
) Tbe news U quite interesting, both from the
United States and Earope. In Ifa!y. Gen. Giribal li
had entered Naples amid the rej-jtcings of tbe popu
lace, and King Bomba with the royal family had
WegiTe below a general summary of the news re
Okeoos. Two U. S. Senators were elected br the
Legislature on tbe 21 of October. Col. E. I). Baker.
Republican, and T. W. Nesmitb. Douglas Democrat.
The election was not anticipated and took all parties
by surprise. It is the first time a Republican Senator
has been chosen from the Pacific side, and caused
great demonstration in San Francisco, on the arrival
f tbe news. Salutes were fired in San Francisco
and throughout tbe State.
Stuxck AccroE.vr. The stealer J. L. Stephens,
co ber passage to Panama, broke her engine, near
Acapalco, and leaving her passengers at that port,
returned in tow of the Golden Gate to San Francis
co. This accident would delay the arrival of the
next mail, which would be brought on by the steamer
Wathington, which was expected in San Francisco
about the 17th.
Bee? is California. Six butchering firms of
Stockton advertise, that from and after October 1st,
tbey w:!l sell beef at the following rates : For round,
chock, plate, and naval pieces, 8 cents per pound ;
tit sirloin, porter-house, and prime ribs, twelve and
a half cents per pound. They state, in connection
with this, that they will furnish for this price, the
best quality of American beef ; aud that it is as low
as it can be atTorded.
SrEAMEa Fares. To New York, sailing the 1st,
Ilia, and 2 1st, of each month First Cabin. $2M
ad $225 ; Second Cabin, 175 ; Steerage, ;
which is exclusive of the State tax on each ticket of
S7 50. To Oregon and Victoria. leaving every ten
Fare to PortlanJ, Cabin, S40 ; Steerag-, $20 ;
to Victoria. Cabin, c 40 ; Steerage, Sl!0.
lax Dashaways. Tbey are still to work in San
Francisco, aays the Paeitie. Xobly do they stand
&J their colors, and from all that we can see. are as
Warmly and enthusiastically engaged as when they
tntlaancbed their bark. It is emphatically a San
Francisco institution. It flourishes here as it does
Bcwhere else although there are many vigorous
.fcixiliariea far and near. We feel proud of such a
Baa as Frank Whitney. lie is one of a thousand.
Heseeius to have been made for thia very work, and
to-day fatt Francisco may justly feel indebted to his
wising energy in keeping up the Dasbaway So-c-f-J,
which, in its tarn, keeps down intemperance
fan rioting in its former rampant crimes and dis
orders. Many predicted that at the end of the first
J the excitement and the order would die. It is
Bor alive now than ever. The Dasbaways have
Toe to work to purchase the property on which
hall is built. The amount asked is $14,000
will raise it.
. The political fever continued to run high, increaa
'ng every day. Tbe Presidential election takes place
Tutfl'jy, Nov. 6 the same day throughout tbe
Crops. Throughout the West, tbe crops were
harvested and resulting in an enormous yield.
T&4jie!dof wheat is so large in some localities of
nnesota, tha owners of thrashing machines are
cering to thrash out the products of some fields for
the excess over thirty bushels per acre. Tbe usual
is one-ten tn. They are calculating on a yield
"over S3 bushels per acre.
. Pnts'i Peak. Tbe Pike's Peak Express arrived
w St. Loois on the 20th. with 643,815 in dust, be
fwessome 40,000 in tbe hands of passengers. This
lk heaviest treasure arrival this season. Business
Center was fat reviving, and the Btreets present
ry lively appearance. The news from the mines
A. B.C F. JL The debt of the Am. Board of
Foreign Missions has now been provided fr, the re
Pts fcr Ja!y having reached the handsome sum of
Ji3 77, or nearly 3.0u0 for every week day.
X this amount. Massachusetts contributed $21,012,
od New York S21.MA.
SnjrsDn, RtrLB Prize. The Gazette de Cologne
toaounces for the first of September, a target shoot
IMf fcr rifles, open to all Germany. Switzerland.
k'Ziaai, Holland, and England, the prixe shot to be
i'ls, with turrets, a lake, and grotto on the Rhine
r'" opposite Coblentz. The French complain of
debarred the chance of winning such a
Tag Telegraph Extesdwo. From Oetaba, S. T-,
lrn that the telegraph poles are set within
iy miles of Fort Kearny, and although they have
Ptehaoled fifty miles on the western portion of the
the company is patting up five or six miles per
7- The pules will be ap to Fort Kearny by the
""He of October, and the wire about the 1st of No
ber. Tae company has pushed the construction
r" rapidly ia order to have the line ready to
"wmit the November election news by Pony Ex
from Fort Kearny, which will insure a gain of
''jtwa daya over the present time. The contract
! fir th otrrUn l C.ovrrunient telegraph his lvn
rdtfj to .Me,r ivtlejr U , ui u u U
, u.f iri IT iz.e tli i t l the lir ICI.
-ArlMTto Aolr MiMiii. The . m itr'.i,
7r.jy-. i fStarJiT ucJert.iuas that lrt:cis if the
highe-t authority Lae I ee t rtvne- frviii lUiatia.
wb.ch Inn t.o r.itu to .L ubt tht . tut -thing ar-rioua
is li&ieuJin,; Uturru ..va and Mexico, lb. a-rt
ibl n nttJ:tiin uf 'J. .. nwii i ctu:: Uiug
. tiled cut at IU.au f.r Vrr i ru;.
Walwi ir.t I!, arl,-t..tu.icr . .lut ty
the H :, J.jri. u:!i,.i-.i;,: . u t:,r ll:hf , yi II
ocia:e Km iler M-i,t-i,cvd to fur .rrr..n,-
prst.nu.ctt. The tew tf U:,r" atatb l-e te
w .tli. ut rvre: lur. uh. ut th- wil.i. tue k,u.j
rent Ling t.ial 1.- w a, tll t .... t .rtr !...
Suv- iK.'. t Is i r.-.u irl ! if r it. U
!.eve tf - .;jrre:.t run., rs if the .Ur, fcow :e
trj -.s rv re-.--:t p. It i ctrr-i' that regular
flett if tr?-fii cietr troni li.Stretit p.s if the I n-.te-l
M:. u: the -ui.e tiu.e, anj that d:.;r.t.utcJ aui.-t;
thru arc .rr cl water to nt cut two tr three ,f
iae;u :.r s.a.rr. ail tjit wL.Ii
ue Cost is c.tar.
ait :e to
;!vrs :d I s
aid the seiei-ted toacU in re-
ceiVii.,; sti-res and f'.a.s.:h the rt:i:rt tosible
i . i , .
u.j-1'aua. uy ir.oe means en or e:gbt eM-ls
may be ail enal in tbe .;ae tnde. without
Laving vn bu.ird sucu-i.t sit m atcrial tjCou:ct
any iw of them.
M!LU0J.it.-Via. 11. Akt. it apt ears, has a
fwrmid ble rival, iicin.anly ia':u'. in A. T.
Stewart, the great detl.-r in dry g .is, -ho, it is
' said, ii wcrth ?i.').ih, a,i ,tl ttn .tar,, Wl;i ie
worth r-lO,' ,'. His bu-ine.s t,-"d.iy is tiht
hui-drel thiu.ir.d dollars ayi-artrvSt to hitu.-olf.
Ia ten years at coiupi-und lutere.-t. ten luiliiins.
Ad 1 to that een -er cent. n twenty nu'.ti nr, snd
Cuu.ra.und interet ftrt.n yeir. ati 1 a th the r;e
of real istate. Mr. Stewart's weaith iil reach pretty
Hear t hty or t-Le hundred tuillii.ti of doll trs, A
city J iper estiruates that if he lives to le tiinety
. jears ol 1, Le will wirth ti. hunlrel aud titty
t tu.;ii.,ii-, and the richest tjau in the wrid l.ir ex
; ceeditg the Marquis of We-tmii:i?ter in Ecglind
whvj income is a million and a half sterauir, or
about ven millions of our nu ney in dollars.
Prince of W Lr. The new-paper e.-irp n letits
ke-p the Wi-rllwell informal i f the d.-ins i-f ins
Royal Ilihr.ei.-. the Prince of Wales. He is crea
ting a great among our provincial neighbors.
which in stmt instances soetns in danger of degener
ating into fury. There are so many iuertiotis of
etiquette to settle that some of them reult in tbe cut
; direct Thus the two Hou?es of Parliament wouldn't
! walk after the City C.uncil at Quebec, and so didn't
- walk at all. Theu thvre t--as a row fur the prece
: dency between the Roman Catholic and Anglican
; churches. One tf the Provincial Secretaries failing
to illuminate, the indignant jpulace bn.ke every
, window in his hjuse. The bar, too. refu-ed to pre
' sent addresses to tbe Price on account of preference
shown tbe magistrates. At Montreal two Freuchmeu
have bocn put under lu It of flOnxi eich to ki-ep
tbe poace -iurinj: the Prince's vi-it, anl we are toll
that h:s Royal Highness will le trebly g iarled, j
and it is hoped that the precaution taken will le j
more than s jiLcient to eiisure his perfect safety." I
Really the Prince had Utter come at once to the L ni- j
ed Stares, if he is in such dinger in his own dotnin-
iot.s. Here he will be perfectly sife. j
All rr.a'e Cana la has I cvn greatly excited on the i
q-ieativU as to whether frock Coats or dress coats j
shah te worn at the Prince's receptions. Tlien it was
said that etiquette forbade the Prince to give his
right haol to the ladies he Jauce-l with, but we are
, happy to state that he d-s not withhold bis right
'hanl from tbe fair creatures with whom he shires
the plea-ures of the terpsichorean amusement. A
New Brunswick pater azures us thut " the Prince
dincts with both hands and left, like any other hu
man beinj." It ems, however, that he is unf .rtu
' nate in the u?e of his feet ; for at the ball in Quebec
be fell, dragging his partuer with him to the uVn.t.
; As be dances in heavy b.i:stJi J spurs, this mishap
; is easily accounte-1 fur. When in llilif ix the Prince
vi-itcl an aviary in the suburbs, and while there
dropped one of h.s kid gloves, which was afterwards
found, and the j roprietor of the e.-t.iblirhn-.cnt lias
bad a g'.aasca?e made in which to preserve this lUyal
At Qaebeo it appears the Prince's apartments
were violently assaulted by the ladies. Considering
that tbe Prince is but a youth, and is a long way
from his mother, we think tbe Conduct of the ladies
was very inconsiderate, to 9 ty the least. A letter
writer fays :
A party of ladies went on board the Hero this af
ternoon, examined tbe cabin occupied by the Prince,
and st e every pin, every piece of wax, and all the
knick-knacks that they Could find there as tuuetnirs
of his Royal Highness. The Prince's private room
was alj-u invaded by a ru-h of the fair sex, who
mounted his cbapeau, played with his sword and
fooled with his accoutrements generally. One dam
sel was caught trying on his overcoar. from which
every button hid been cut by eager devotees of the
In the House of Commons, on the ICth ult., Mr.
Hennessey called attentiou to a letter from Colonel
Styles, Aid-de-camp to Gar: bald i, which was publish
ed in the Times, inviting volunteers to join Gari
baldi. He ctlk l on Government not to sanction this
violation of international law. Sir J. Shelly said it
was unfortunate Mr. Hennessey did not raise his
objections when Irish subjects left Ireland to enter
the so-rvice of the Pope. He trusted the gallant fel
lows who joined Garibaldi would be better treated
and more foitunate thin those who weLt to the de-
' fence of tbe Pope. Lord Palnierstuti said Govern
ment had no knowledge of any enlistment in Lngl.ind
for the service of Garibaldi ; but if the fact of any
such enlistment was discovered, immediate steps
would be takeu for putting a stop to it.
All eyes are now turned to Italy, which is the scene
of a revolution quietly, but firmly, progressing, and
destined to change the government of that unhappy
country. Throughout Europe, the movements of
G.iriba! Ii excite a wonderful degree of interest. Ia
England we see tbe existence of a wide-spread and
irrepressible sympathy for the Liberator. Parliament
was disposed to connive at the Italian recruiting
movement. Captain Styles, aid-de-carnp and agent
' in London of Garibaldi, states that Garibaldi's object
is to raise an English battalion of eizht hundred
I men. Eive hundred names have already been receiv-
' ed, many of the highest respectability, and some of
The steamship Adriatic, with dates to Sept. 12th,
arrived at New York on tbe 11 1th.
I Garibaldi entered Naples with his Staff alone, on
' the 8tb. The joy was intense. Naples was trau.juil.
A Provisional Government had been formed.
Garibaldi exercised the powers of Dictator, and
bad appointed Admiral Ilcrnio Commander of the fleet
and arsenal. He hal also proclaimed Victor Einan-
The cipitulation of the fort was expected to follow
j An insurrection had taken place in the Papal
A panic prevailed in Home. The Sardinian flag
was flying at ail the ports in Naples.
France admonishes Sardinia against aggression.
' Twenty-five thou-.a 1 Sardinian troops hail entered
Umbria. On the 12th, the same number took ilc
earso, making prisoners twelve hundred Germans in
The Commander of the Pope's troops, who ordered
the sacking of the town, was taken prisoner. Lamo-
' riciere's army was at Ancona, aud the Piedmontese
forces marching against hiiu. An engagement was
expected on tbe 1'Jth.
Several of the Powers hal protetel ngiinst the
invasion of the States of the Church, but had taken
no further steps. Napoleon expected the Powers to
. prevent such steps. The relations of France with
i Piedmont are in a critical condition.
Proclamation nv Vict-jr Kmasckl. A telegram
from Turin, dated in the afternoon of the 11th of
S-ptemr-r, says that Virtor Emanuel received on that
day a deputation from L'uibria and inhubit.ir.ts of the
Marches. His Mijety granted th protection which
the deputation solicited. Orders had be n given to the
Sardinian troops to enter those Provinces, by the
following proclamation of September the 7th :
SuI.i-ikiis ! You are iihout ot enter the Marches at
L'mbrii, to establish civil order in the towns now
desolated by misrule, and to give tbe people the lib
erty of expressing their own wishes. You wiil not
fight against the armies of the power", but will free
those unhappy Italian provinces from the bands of
foreign adventurer- which infest them. You do not
go to revenge injuries done to rue arid t- Italy, but to
prevent the popular hatred from unloosing itself
agiinst tbe oppression of country.
Uy your example you will teach the people forgive
ness of otfi'nses aud Christian tolerance to the men
who com pare-1 the love of the Christian fatherland to
Itlanii-ni. At j-ace with all the preat twert, arid
hold in-r myself aloof from any provocation. I inteud
to rid Central Italy of one continued discord. I in
tend to res-pect the seat of the Chief of the Church, to
whom I am ever ready to give, in accordance to the
allied ari l friendly jwers, all the guarantees of in-
' dejCii deuce and w-curity which his misguided advisers
have in vain hoped to obtain from the fanaticim of
the wicked sect who conspire ngainst my authority
and agiinst the liberty of the nation.
Solders, I am accused of ambition ! Yes, I have
. one ambition, and that is to preserve Eun.j Irotu the
; continual danger of revolution and wsr.
GikihiLPI. The army of General Lartmrieiere
amounted to &,"00 men. It is said, however. Mint
i the general could not reckon on having inor; that
10 g'KxJ .!dieri. among whom were counted
three corj-s of Austrian volunteers, who took part in
tbe late campaign.
The reuowncd Father Giovanni, GurihiMi'n soldier-monk,
displayed great rourngo at the battlu of
Melazzo. Unarmed, only bearing the cross in his
hand, he ran along the rar.kn cheering unJ (ininin-
I tine the tolimtevr to
to thctu " Kr m t. ll
..si is i ii i ur i.lc ' M wk, I, bis !
mill t-r. am tl.c f, rciu. t to uuw nivself to the !
I crane h t an l the veliev of wu-krtrr. vet I reinaiu
j ui..-cl;;r J. I tiare, Ita.. an, charge -vn I Mul,
, as he shi uted, he waved all ft the cr.vi-. Svtt.tij; '
1 them this ex in. pie, an 1 rej'. aiiisg aloud pa-nagea j
frvni fHTripturr, he cheerel n the soldier. ti m me
i purp.se. it mu-t t e owiusi, at ly their m d.initatle 1
Courage they carried the striig ji-.it: u i f Melaio.
Am ic-t the killivl at Me'.art were Genera! l-ei.i.
ol ni! l rte. and t'aptain (iuv-talia. froin Maatua, :
i tie , f the tii.it l.st!iigiiis!i-1 Ki.-rr . f Mlioi's staff.
Fifty ijuiii, IS hor. s, an l Iiumum n un It of ntn- ,
. tuumtu :i, were the niaterii! fruits of the vict. ry.
The ,Mi:u-. jjivet suie curii ut detail a.t to the
custom if tiardaili's gillant legi. lit. l':i;f. rmity
I d.i.t r.ot appear to In" particularly priie I. 1 he artiile- ,
. ry is c!othel a.- ia 1'iediuont. I he I:ne wear red tu
j nics, rtd Wvt len caps, and cauvas trousers. The
t'has-eurs of the Alps have the red tunic, with the'
jCalatreseh.it aud black feathers. .Etna Cha.eurs '
wear a dark cvrW-coIored blouse, with a red kepi, i
j l'he Sous cf Liberty" have adopted a white jacket ,
' aud trousers, with a red and white Suliote cut. The j
cavalry .are clotl.ed in a kind of red tunic, very wide
Turkish troupers. With red or green kepis embroid
ered with silver. It is somewhat remarkable that
every cori-s, however newly and loi'sely organiied,
pi ssesses an exceiieiit baud.
Garibaldi had sent an order to Paris for a thou-
sand Zouave uniform.
J At Naples, on Garibaldi's birthday, there was a
: grand illumiuatiou.
RICH AND FASHIONABLE
i Ii:LA.'UI I'KKll MKlill-s, ti.. h hf ltt-n iin-tm-J at
i a h'W tiure, n.l .11 e-'ii.iUiit:!y le t. -II :tl a 'nir t .l.-fy cni
i Jtif.'Hi. Hrj.ut.itioii i.f I'ru-e v l'o' i rtulm ;ir II kno n
I for th.-ir Urion:y over all oi!n-r. the sut'-ritT l!i:i.l it
iieolli-st for litia to say urn Word iirn-couiiM-iulutioti ol it.ni.
I I luly a'i.inirtl Im-.iiMtrat.n of tin- Ktu:e of S A Vll KL
I IU Kl'. INK. UU- of Kili. K.iu ii. a.-coa-.l; notice it h--reby
: Ki'-'l t Jill Tfi't ili.l-lt-.t 0 tin- l.ll.l ritati, t-i make illinu
' .l;:ito payment ; nn.l alt jrii havmj J- niau.lt ..-uii;t the
f u:ut, are ht-r-t-y niiidi-vl to pn-s.-nt iJie &.oue.
.1. VV AVSTIX.
K. U-n KM ANN.
II m. lulu, iK-t. C4. Irt0. (i'l-.1tl A lmiiii-iratort.
SILKS. rKUFDIKlUIX A.c. "
It LACK Ml.k
I'dlt SAI.K t'llKAI
L lo priov at
Abl'.U'C.lS FOR SAI.K. AT
l akc:k .assoutmknt of
ami l'oi:i:ilum for sa'.eat prices at Ol.AKK'..
I A OIKS
iiomkkv. i.aik;k V
It K A 11 'S ( ItHASH, CI1KII' AT
K A I'lain row.lt-r hvAes. with .m's-do u pulTs. very rlii-ap
s. very die
IVW KK't. Ml
KM I.XK MACASSAR Oil.. AT
HCGIIKS JL JUNKS RKIMIKKR MARROW
ht CLARK V.
ntll LINUX Dl tl'HR, VKKV
t LAKtv s.
! fialll-: SI ItsCRIIIKR IIAVlNf.' WKI.I
M. HKM-IIK1) KTAI KANT ON XH'AN'r STUKKT,
opposite the National Hotel premi', i always repanil to
receive Uoarilrrs at
s7 mul $G per lrcek !
lr UU table will always le supplit-J with the beat meats,
. Vt-KetaMid, sc., t J ttr loun.l 111 ll.e market.
FAMILY DRUG STORE !
BY J. M. SMITH & CO.,
Hottd anil Fort Hlreels
M . SMITH Si CO.. HAVING SKCCRED A
competent and reliable CU-rk, offer to the public a gene
ral assortment of
I Confr-liownry. nnrf
RECEIVED, EX " I'ADUGA,"
j A large stock, to be sold at prices to suit the
Fr-h Candies, steam-refined.
Gum Props snd Jujube i'aate,
sVi.llitz. rsrltzer, yiuid.Mairneaia.
Tolu Anodyne, Couh Remedy,
Ks-iencc Jamaica Gincer,
Cummimrt1' Toah Wash,
I tcli Ointiiiii.t,
Pills W rn;lit'!i, Lee's, Holloway's, 4c.
Uallry s Pain hxtractor,
Davis' Pain Killer,
Kennedy's Medical Discovery,
Kalfnn Willi Cherry,
aarsapanllat Townsend s and sands',
Enema Pumi of all sizes.
Dickey's Flea Powders,
Castor-oil Capsules, &;c.
PERFCM ERIEs! t.u)in's Extracts, suieri.r CoIokik s. La
vender and KI"ri la Waters. Handkerchief Extracts. R"el- s
llvienan. Fish's Hair Reso.rative, Trieot.hennit, Harnett's
C'X-onine aud Kallislon, a ui-w preparation for the hair.
X7 Order f mm I ho other ialamlt promptly
tilled. The Public are invited to pive a pavisc; cult. 2C0-Cm
ITeecl Store !
FORT St. NEAR HOTEL St.
r m ik sriiscRiuKK wt i,i) respect-
M r CLLY inform his friends, and th community pent-rally
that h- intends k.--)-inir in conjunction with his FEED busintsti,
a first clas FAMILV URitC'KllV STORE, and would respect
fully solicit a share of public patronair.
lie has just opened an assortment of fresh irroceries, consist
iiiK ir. i-irt of the followii.p :
II . -Ion hams,
i bbls. clnr forW,
Layer R iisins, J t.x-s,
!'. d., wliolc,
R-tiiiel l-inl. 10 lb. tins,
Table salt. I.x.-s,
Liverpool salt, in jars.
lo d-i, -2o lb. bai-s.
Honey, jn I and 2 lb. tins,
yh?.ter, J lb. tins.
Oysters, ' do,
lams, 2 do,
Turkey, 2 do,
t'hi'A.-r;, 'Z do,
Mu-tard, 1 lb. ts.ttles,
r-ahforma iiiu.-4tarlf J tM.ttl'-P,
finri crn, in 2 H. tin,
I Ix at, I and 'I U. tHK,
N-tr Knt trfl c!if-,
Knliwfi ('it- fruit,
rr d. tjti.nr.-, in .
fii t r, tl'i,
!' Iv.cli', do d,
lH, f 'tnill H'I "4, i (.. Klrt-Ut,
I. I "Ii in i. in 4 ral. Kl'tHvt
Io tlnArrr'fi do,
o "ra:.!frrin, do do.
SniP fniit in it. k'Im.oh-
1 (C-1- d rfi'j'.t,ri oat Kt
! .tf rh-,
l"ltvet, in ftt, iM mid i tn,
jThh iui tM.uiIii,
, Io x tail '"iip,
iJ lo tins frni i-n iti
I I do f,
"IVC!, Jiolt ftli-I gPUtnl,
A ll-ir-, d do,
jMa-v, pr 'imd ciiinaii.Mii.
(A-iHld. urkl' r, d' naiic',
jt r aui-,
,T- nirit cat -tn p. (U and U,
ald oil. in pun i.
I Io, damT-, (upTlor) '
;Whit wine vin g-ir, in pintn,
i ! tl-., 5 k. Urin ij.
rur rid r viiwar, ui drut;lit,
j 'a--r-t, pi and J I'infw,
;o.itni Hl. in tin, 14 IU ra h,
A"itd. j.iin and n,
.( andit-d citriiir4,
j 1 III"ll "!,
I Io -T.raf.k'i -v ,
'.itilf currants, in 1-i lo tiiin,
fav.ry, ajri. niHrjirum,
lar y, thym-,
Ctilmn fl hi in,
lil u k tu, a, 7 and -'. Il Uikj,
..nad rr nnt in tpiaitrt.
v'nl. and Nw Knt-'wiitd brtwmw,
I'm k 11 rntiliflitwtT,
II tfli l.rick-4,
Hardiii'i, 4 and J Ihi"-i(
arior rnth ,
l-pl r 4in"-,
.Tin at 1. it kr.
i Sy-'Ttn r,ridl,
' I'urr rli-t' Uf,
'HAWAIIAN MILL Co. FLOUR !
Cast Maui Mill Co. Flour,
Frrsh cornmcal, in tlo lb. sacks,
Do oatmeal, do !o.
Idjckwhcat flour, tir, & 10 Ik sacks,
liorniny. in 10 sacks,
rioo flour, do do,
farina, do do,
California Kodrgu jotatocv,
l'M'flciI MT "CoiiiH !"
t ill. Out llnv.
i 'nl. Turnip.,
11 1l A 11 l.
II.OOO IU. Islnrt.l U-ans,
Clii!'- I'ayos Ix-ans, w!i-:tt,
Short--, corn, kili-d native liny,
Urin, Arc, .Vc, .Vc.
t f ! r'sltTWUlOIIT
:r nz: dfl zu11 xr avt n; js
list RKcmvK.ii hv t;mntt:K i
: 9W K-.rt Mml. a rll . li-ctii rinirni of I'llll K ,t V
At last, after thoutan It of Ctirintians have lieen
murdered, and hundred i f Cliristiati hollies have
Uiii deflated by the hand i f Iruv as.t.tsiut, the
Sultan is N-ginuii-.g x.t inaiiui-nte measures of pre-
s lit )u:iis!uiie:it an. I future protivt ion. Ahmet
Pacha, the late Turkish o;iiiiiatuieriti.(. hief in
Stria, and Khusi l Pacha, (iovertiir of Beirut, have
U th N-r-ti degraded frvun all ci.il and military rank.
thrr n.iiiiT i-thcer of the military an l civil estab
lishment have been degrs led. an 1 placed on trial
for tuisd.-iiu'utior. A coiii!nitsi..ii was sitting at
lw-irut for the purpose of investigating the cause i f
the mass n-ret an the events attendant upon them.
Fan I Pacha w at in Syria carrying the orders of the
Sultan into! cllcct
Ki.ii.iiT ok iiik Jr.-tir. Like rat in a sinking
ship, the Roman Jesuits hate been vuring out of
Italy for the last lew week, l'he new home they
sivk it Geriii.any, aul especially tbe kiugdom ol
Wurteinburg, the o uutry of the Schillers. Kegels,
and other great thinker. ('.or. .u.a.io.a D.m'y
MITICF. TO TIIK I'C IM.M' I -The Honolulu
Tl'RN-vEREIN teic leave to inform the PuMic that they re
tit.w n-n il to gwf iiitruotioii in liymnaik- t. tmys kH-lwe-n
tin- hkis m. k.N and i 1 kkN years, on Tues.lay ii-iiin of en.-h
cek. F r furlle r iiilormation , app! U Mi. 11. Viaikm.
Perorvler. V. F. PH-l'liER.
."J-'.m fHVretary 11. T. V.
iionoi.cm: i a i i .V w a a
AS.-)'! ITIOX. Tins Association hold their Kecular .Mrstinm
on ,-ATl'UliAY E EMNii of e:wh week, at 7$ uVU-k, at the
Pethel Vestry, on Kins slr.t t.
The .ss-iation has lately undergone a thorough re-ori:u-liati.-n.
Tlie public ate invited to attend.
Per order: AI.EV. ROISTER,
M H. WINM.OW An KvM-r ieuer.l Vurx-
nd Female l'h sician, ha-s a xihii!; Sy rup hr rhildreii leeih
ti'.r, whieh preatly facilitates the process .f u-ethinp.by .fteuii:p
Uius, nslui-iiit; all intlammation will allay nil pain.'and is sure
lo reculate the Isori ls. Depend un it, motliers, it will pive
rest to yourselves, and relief and he-illh to your infants. Per
fectly safe in all cases. sV- a.tverti.sement in uuother Column.
a .. r . Jk. Am
s- No. 1J1. und.-r the
Cil of the lir.lll 1 C.
a . r . a. a .
Lk I'HOOHs-S Dk L'iKkimi Loim.w,
- jurisdiction of the Supreme Coun-
-ntral INli,'e of France, workinp in
the ancient Scotch R-t. , Iiolds itsrcpnlarmeetinps on the Wed
lesday nearest the full moon of each mouth, at the old Lmlp
Room, in Kiup street. A isitiiift brethren resiH-ctfully invited
August IS. CO-tf 1 I'. JONES, Secretary.
IIOMII.IT.r KIKI.KS. .ITTEXTIOX!-
Tfic Meniln-rs of the aboe Ciaiipuny are hereby notilie
that, after this date, uotices will not !c issued as hereto
Reiru'ar lrills will Ik- Ii. Id at th Armory of the Corpsp
on the 'id ami 4th Frid.iy evenings of each month, at 7J
V-liK-k P. I. Per order:
f. l.jones. John h. rrowx,
rderly S.-rpeatit. Captain.
Head Quart, rs II .n.-lulu Ititles,
Dec mt-r a. lsiJ. I 187-tf
FAIR F)R TIIKUI'KKX'S HOSI IT A I.
The 1.1 i lire in pmecss of er.-ction for the yueen's H.pital is
rajiidly advain-iin; towanls completi. u. The amount of funds
hitherto contributed, will lie nearly if not more than exhausted
in creclin the s .ine. The necessary means must Ik." raised to
furnish the buildinp. For this purpose.
Her Mnjslr I lie Iturrn
retpiests the I. idles of these islands t aid her in a FAIR,
f.- tie held on .r aN.ut the 15th of NnvemU-r next, at the
New Hospital lluildinps.
Notice will hereafter In; giveu in repiird to the time and place
pit receiving the articles contributed.
Honolulu. Sept. 6, 1S0O 2-i5--Jm
IIKAI.TII.STRKXiTII AXI) II A I'I'IXF.SS
are obtained by cleansing the blood of its impurities. Mood,
we are told, on the highest authority, is the " Life," or at least
the medium of Life to the It. sly ; aud it is, we know, the great
feeder of every part of the frame. Thus the Mood is the ereat
channel of disease: consequently, a good or bad state of the
aystem, or constitution, is no more or less than a good or bail
state of the blood. We have made the composition of the blood
our study, and are satisfied that two-thirds of all diseases are
caused by its impur.ues.
lk-licviui; the ul - f..cts, we made ourselves acquainted with
the blood riiKMU'ALLT with a view to a re'iable medicinal
agent, that would correct all impurities of the blood, aud at the
same time effectually cure all diseases arising therefrom. We
have succeeded herond our most sanguine exiK-ctations, as
thousands can testify who have tried the virtues of the prepara
tion known by all professional men us
HALL'S SARSAPARILLA, YELLOW IHICK, AND
lOIUl'E OF POTASS.
Reware of ignorant imitators. The genuine is sold everywhere
by respectable dealers, in preference to all others.
K. HALL if CO.,
l4-m 143 and 145 Clay street. Pan Francisco.
To Captains of lYIialcdiip.
TIIK I'.XRERStGXEl). LATE OF V--
ffVft li'ipton's Island, has located himself at MrASK
llSt ll.lS INI, A '!. and is prepared to furnish Ships
with itREEN TCRTLE, HOiS, COCOAM TS, VVOOll, FOWLS,
BANANAS, etc., etc., in exchange for Trade or Cash.
ill-Urn JOHN A. HIGGIN?.
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF
Ship llasters iV Agents
LAIUiE AM) CHOICK
by the LATE ARRIVALS from
Uie l ulled
Beef, Flour, Pork,
Pilot, Navy and Medium Bread,
Cordage, Duck, Shooks,
Paints, Oils, Turpentine,
YELLOW METAL SHEATHING,
Boat Boards, Oars, Pine Heading,
Vegetables, Meats, Fruits,
And a great variety of other necessaries
R ADTJG- a .
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS.
Mi:ir rund liorton hams," Wafer hp-ad.
n d It i-t
1 1 1 mi",
i lytvr crackers,
(iiit r nap.
Ji nny Kind fakes,
j Brown uar,
IVarl Kitro. ?iIit Kati,
j trrown-Nit, viTinac:ilit
I A.sTte nico,
t A-Mirte-I lierlt,
1 Kp-nch cHMrt,
! Krincti prime,
! While wm- vinepar,
M'i.h r vinegar,
! Curry lewder,
jTnhh' Will in Ni.xrs,
:Ta'le nail in jar,
Tahle att in ha,
Utin-ti' harl y,
Kp'h r rn ntnreli,
rnh Inland hnti,
Ihirnett'ri flavoring rvtrarfp,
h'r-nh lard, in Hli tiiw,
KitM No. 1 M.i r-1.
Kits ton piles and oiiinlt,
Knrltrth rlpt'tf, tm;t!I tins,
Knilih dairy clic sK,
Kn'sh om ti?ti,
N'. 1 :ipi!ina rior,
AH4.rt d tin ats itnd ftoups,
Krf h rtalinoTi,
ATt I Ki li-'i fruits,
A-rtfd AinTi-H!i fruit?,
Atwr.rttil Knirli?li jam',
A"rtd A nit-ricaii jams,
AHw..rt'd Kiik'lih j- lli ,
AortiN. AtiM'ric;,!, jHlicN,
Aw4rt-t r'titrlih kl,
As-..rtt.l Kiik'li-d c.'tiifi'.-,
Krnh rn'i'H a,
AmTican vT'M'ii t-.it
Kp-sli i;r !i dm,
Krt'h nach in yni,
Kph iiiin"i in ryrui-,
Kp U ar in yru,
Kri-Ii iintirr .w meat,
l-p-di r- rvt-d piuit r,
f r'-f ul w,
Krel m a ,-,
Kp -d nitrdiiH?, I tin,
Kp'p.i r'litir, I) tin.
Vp1i Iirfunn mutnrd,
Kp h alad
Tru' hnoii rup.
'trine A:'r?-4 in JuiN,
( ilron, Oranr, ami Lrmoti Vvv,
KAISINS iti lialfan.I whole twxcs,
F'ifie Oolmi Tfa, pr l iniilv v.
(mhmI strung il;nk Tm, lr nliipn u,
1.i:i:si! m ii.i. n.on:.
Kresli IjiMt Muni Kl.nir,
Froli (rali:itii Flour,
Frt-Mli Ciit ti M';il.
V V. R V
F'.r ille l.y
MI'KIt lOlt KO ('(HKKK.
S. H ItxlK.
Oil Fellow IIhII. Foit mreet.
i on s i.i: i
ii it it i: r s rii 1 1 Ri.m:i.Y imimutfd
lr.iii Sun Fimim-i.o.
; rin mi mitii. inii.t.
FOR NEW BEDFORD ANDBOSTON.
Tin: A l AMF.RI'A t l ll-I Kll Milt'
VTjj Kmliin, t..ns,
t'AiT. ii . m iti'Krr.
S-hoitir rxjo trd to arrive fnwn 11. t , w.il lkr cai fc-o i f i .l
and l.iie, an.1 her heifIA, f.-r the ti. i l'i.ri
Mie l :i .r.. 1.1.-.1 will, f -ur ) uil . f.-i l!..- rH:i k- of .. I,
and every ltenti..n 01 t r t.i rars ..u Uui.l W
hrr. F. r fre.,-!.t . r i 5ae, a-l t.i
-1 If f. liKFW Kit A t o
FOR KVIICI.I I M MI.IKO.
The Ton ol ihr lilrii I ol llnumkuii, Mnul.
I...... i. II...
. imilllllllla v Al AI I 11. M ,
Will u.i n ui.irly fr.mi ll -ii.-lulu t th.-xtH.ve '..rt. Freight
an.1 ft';u.t i.(rt-r lMk. n at it.i- lt.rt ral.-n.
-ni JAXION. iltK.N A CO, Ak-rnl
Kl'ia I.AK llll.O IWCKI.T!
Tin: st iioo.MR
rV 1 1 i 31err
Will leave HO N t I. V I. V f,.r II I I. O n tnlarly every w.-. k
t'ahin 1'ituai-t or from II. In
-iJ-tr A. K. I'l.ARK.
T!!T. OXI.V i; Kill LA R LINK FROM TIIK l . VTTT.
FIRST CLASS SUM'S
l.-iaU hd nunrlerlv from Ciiiiinen ml W harf.
Ivxtton, in the months of March.
S- I rmlirr nml Drrriukrr.
rnr further partieular ! x-oial adver.nemi-nt In .laily
papem ol the ulx.ve nniiithit.
For freight or ia.-uur-r to, or drsftii on Honolulu, apply to
HKNRY A. riKltt'K.
ii,twiiti Inlund l':ieW.-t Otriee,
tT t'oiniuereiikl harf, tl.xloii.
R. F. Snow, . . Honolulu
Sutton A t.. . . ,.w York.
I'ooa .V Snow, - . New lte.lfi.rd.
vi:li,s, ii:aO cvc:.'s
by Tin: rf.iulu; ivfKrrs mrrwKKN honoliix
AM) SAN FRAM'ISCd.
For the SH--dy and pafe eonveyam-- of Merehandiat. Coin, Let
li'n and vnluahle p.tre. lH, to all pints of the
U.MTKD STATr. CANADA AND EU.R0PK.
The Agents at Honolulu a-tl Itill-i of Kxelinnce in stunti to uit
on Well Fariro A: t'o., S.oi Franeis.-o or New York. A I no
Wells, F.iriro A; t'o.'s frank.-d I". S. tlove iment enveloe,
whi-h pas free ov. r tin-California and roast routea, aud over
the Atlantie route from S.m Fnmeiseo to New Yt.rk.
OoinuiisMioiin and eoll.-ctionn promptly ntl.-iidt-d to.
Oet. 1. IsSrt-tf. K. I. ADAMS. Agent.
rrccmni. V t'oN
TUKASURK, FUKKJMT, lACKA(5EJfc LETTER
33 3t x - o i ,
On the 5th and 2(th of each Month.
TO ALL PARTS OF TIIK
I'uilt-ri Stutra. South A mrrira.
Canada ami Knro e ,
CONNKCTIN.J IN NkW TOHK WITH TIIK A KI11C S-Kl'Kor K ! X
1-HK.SS COM PANT TO K1KOPK.
GOLD IH'ST, COIN A NO RCLLIOX FOR.
warde.1 and insured ou 0ien Polieie, held from the liest
Innurauee Companies iu New Y ork tnd ixmdon.
Packages, Parci ls and 1'tters forwarded S-nii-mont lily, via
ranama and Nicaragua, in charge ol SK-cial Slessenirera.
A Secial Express is made up ty us for 1'anaiiia, Callao, Lima,
t alparaiso, mid all the principal .rls oi the west roast or south
Ameriea, whieh is promptly forwarded b the Kn.'lish Steamer
leaviin; Panama on the 14th and Jitli of eaeh month.
XT Colleetions made, and all orders iertaininptna lecitimate
ForwardiuK and Express business, intended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, .... Honolulu.
121 Montgomery- street, San Francisco.
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER !
FOR FAMILY AXO Sllll' ISE. In small keKs.
A full supply of pood butter will be kept by the under
signed throughout the season.
For sale at low rates by
2-,27-q H. W. SEVERANCE.
O It K C.O.N SALMON.
A l.MOX IN KARRF.LS. I0. IN KITS,
Sound salmon, No. 1 mackerel, tonpuea and sounds.
. . o,d . II W QL-Vl'lllVI
For sale by
H. W. SEVERANCE.
rOI.AIt OIL! POLAR OIL!
)OLAR OIL AM) KILLER OIL, BY TUG
gallon or barrel. 1-or sale by
11. V. SEVERANCE.
FIItluWOOD! FIKI-:VOOI !
riMIF. VNI)RRSIC.NKI KEEPS ON HAND
M a full supply of rirewooil, whioh will be sold at the lowest
rates. (J16-) H. W. SEVERANCE.
NEW CMI FISII PKIt ' YANKEE."
7"ITS M A t'KRR F.L, TOXG CES AND S0UN Dd,
LAKU, in tins, YEAST FOW UKRS,
For sale by
o7, II. W. SEVERANCE.
A SSORTEI) crackers in tins, water
m. crackers, Roston hams, Carolina no
For sale by
tlredi Corn, &.c.
REE.V COR V IV TINS, IIA.MLKN Jc
linker's oysters, Euttlih pie fruits.
Sperm candies. Adamantine candles,
Fine black and green teas, pirkles and preserves.
For sale by
210-q II. W. SEVERANCE.
Brushes ! Brushes !
A full rt Maori turn t of nil nizrs.
For sale by (210-q) II. W. SEVERANCE.
Crockery ! Crockery !
OWLS. PITCHERS. MCGS, C'l P VLATES
Soup plates, dinner plates, tea setts complete,
Dessert plates, sala.l now is, salt cellars.
Soup tureens, butter dishes, cream jugs.
Molasses pitchers, castor frames and bottles.
Pudding and bake dishes, vegetable dishes.
Sugar bowls, milk pans, meut platters, etc. For sale by
9q II. W. SEVERANCE.
PAINTS AND OILS.
NGLISH ROILED OIL.
Tins of putty,
Tirrs of verdigris,
I ins of chrome green.
Tins of I'russian blue,
Ultra marine blue.
Venetian red in oil,
French yellow in nil,
Vaiuish, black paint.
Lamp black. For sale by
II. W. SEVERANCE.
IVr " Ratliisri."
VFINK ASSORTMENT OF HOME-MADE
I'll ES Eli V ES, consisting of
For sale by
II. W. SEVERANCE.
INVOICES A X D SMPLF.S OF CARGO OF
Danish clipix-r ship Triton," OJO tons register, which
saili-l fn m Liverpool, on the 'JMh of July, with a choice aort
nient of gixals expn-ssly selei-ti d f.r this market, aud will be
due the end of n-t month.
N. H. The "TRITON " will 1 for freight or charter. Apply
to CPO-tf) J AMN, liREEN Co.
Coral and Shells For Sale.
VII A R E OPPORTCNITV IS OFFERER
for a few days, to those wrsons wishing to obtain si-Ci-
Itril. purple Jt bull Rranrh 1'ornl. Sht-lla, Jkc. f
Af.M,p..raofShoeSI.,-IU. a and ,uable curi,-
itv. Apply at I ASTLK A tiKiKEt.
J.UMI Mis.ioii Store. 1
NoiuHliiiiu: Nt n tor the Ladies !
rrii iaticst l'ii:
1 i illciiH. mul
1 )niss C ituxls,
Just n-coived by Exprc. from the East mt "YANKEE,"
and lor sale low by (Jl-(-;lin) C Af-TI.E 1'ihiKK.
new coons! 'new Lornisi"
V.x It ml iiku," and ntliir I.hIc Arrivnla.
nil Y ROODS CIIOCKHIES, IIARIfWARE.
(il.SW RK, A.-.. Ac.
Howe's Exlra Patent Spring Hols,
A superior lot of Men'., llo' and Youth's lfor.l Tic,
A small lot of 11. -t Knirlih Candi.-.,
A fresh arri al of
Dr. JiiynrS C-I'lrul'l .IimI icint'o.
For snl. bv
31 tf C STI.K A CtOKK.
OF THE COMMKRCI U. ADVERTISER.
fr..in Vol. I to ol. I ., inclusive. Single volume., H
. . lurf.Y for four voliini.-. For sale bv II. M WHITNEY.
II V JOHN I' . COI.III'RN.
TO-11 OK ICO W !
I'llllltl, N. . nl III a'rlwl.. A. M ..
At Sa1i-s K hsii, wiil In- iMd,
I'u rn it it re
And Suiidi iest
Ou Tih-mIh), Not. ;, at lo o'l-lork, A. M.,
At.li r.Mini, w ill l-e .nld,
Dn ioods, Clotliiuu:.
W lialeiiianVs Slops
ruriiidire, (iroceries, Vc.
C. T. MATTHEWS.
nii'oin r.u ai ii:.vi.i:it in
V I ii A IS S !
(l.'rt 3ui1 Nun inn Stnt t. Ik-Iw,-. u King aud Merchant Street.
(r.-j-oiii) iioi.r jk iiF.rcic.
1tMM NT LV
And for .ale by
IRISH POTATOES !
VI. I.I.N .V IIERRII.L'S KAWAIHAE POTATDI-S
eontantly on band, and r.-.-.-n nig fresh auppli.-. every
ten days. All who wih tor a K....I artu e, pl.-a..- ,.,11 on
JJi-liiii WII.COV. KICHAIII S A '.
EXPRESS WACONS !
'I XV O I. 1 I. 11 T i: I'll FiiV
S3, WAiiONS, rereivr.1 in-r " Sauiuel Rot.
erlon,, and for sale by
Jltiam A. I'. EVERETT.
i rA I i A CJi ItL I !
CAPTAINS AND OFFICERS OF WHALE
SIMPS, and other trail. lent resident in Honolulu, requir
ing aupplic in the shae of Mall Li.piors, W lues ami Spirit,
will la-well and cheaply supplied with the pure article at the
store of the undt-rnigned, npxiU Colliurii' Aurli..u Kim.hi.
Ilonoliiiii, h t. 1 1, Isisj. !uU.1iu UDHMIKI KIIODKS.
The Standard of (he
A vr i o irr is i ?
E V I LLC ST R A T ED 1(1 AKTO IHC-
1 T10NERV, with more than 10OU illustrations.
For ale t.y
I". JONES. Ja.,
2 27 -.tin Aijmt Jnr the fuhlmhrrt.
.u s r ici:ci:i vuo :
7ERV SCPERIOR COI FISII,
Oregon Sinoke.1 Hams,
Case lluriictl's Extract l. m.in,
Jenny Liud Cakes,
For sale by
'J'JO-Sin 8. SAVIDGE.
DUDLEY C. BATES.
C O M M I SS I O N M K K V II A N T ,
Mrrrhnnt Nlrcrl, llouolnlu.
Ill AVE THIS lA V F.STAIiLISIlED M V
slf in the Commission ItusineH iu Honolulu, ami trut I
hall be able to give entire satisfaction t any parties who may
entrust their busineas to my care.
Consignments from the other islands, and order for the pur
chase of merchandise, resK-ctfully soliciU.il.
Smallest favors thankfully received
Honolulu, September 1, 1H00. 'lli-tt
CLOSI NO OUT!
1UU STOCK OF CLOTHING, IIATS,CAP8,
- ROOTS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Are offered at greatly reduced prices, In order to close out.
XT All persons having claims against the undersigned will
please present them. And all who are indebted to the same will
please make immediate payment, aa we shall soon leave this
2-iS-tf A. S. & M. 8. GRINBACM.
FROM THE HAWAIIAN jFLOUR CO.'S
IlKST IT TII12 MARKET!
Constantly on hand and for sale by
PILOT & NAVY BREAD!
Hawaiian Flour Co.'s Bakery,
ON HAND AND FOR SALE BV
J30 tf A. P. EVERETT, Agent.
mmrlLL RECEIVE, El AMERICAN SHIP SI AM,
Yellow Metal Sheathing-,
NEW CHAIN CABLES,
3-4 inch, 7-S inch, 13-16 inch.
Anil n variety ofolhrr Irrrhaadie
IT CJ IIL(T IH CK,
Mount Vernon Duck,
For sale by
JCST RECEIVED, EX YANKEE," by
2."J-q C. RREWER & CO.
HAWAIIAN FLOUR !
FROM THEWAILCKC MILLS. SCPERIOR
TO ANY OTHER HAWAIIAN FLJIR,
Constantly received, and for sale Cheap by
J9-q C. BREWER 4- CO.
WM. H. WRIGHT,
1 C O T O . V , K V I T - V I ,
TOl LD RESPECTFl'LLV INFORM THK
W public that he is prepared to M.inufa.-ture
Turbine or nny other kind of Wnlrr Wherl,
and warrant them, at reasonable rates. Orders for any kind of
3Ii llNVi-i "flit Work
Solicited and promptly attended to.
Koi.oa, Sept. 1S30. 2?XCat
C A R R I A ii E .
nearly new. Als. a PIANO.
bv Erarl. London. Roth are the1
pnirty of K. ?jfncer, K.-j-. anil nre otTnsi f-r in on
iNjuMicr of hi having lft Honolulu to iviiie on RnH!ior ilrv1.
Ll- Jni Apply to W. U it R V E N .
GLOBE COFFEE SALOON !
THE rNDERSIGNED II AS OPEN-
2?&v l a C
V14 on Fort
mi . where 1
OFFEK and KEFKK.SHMKNT SAUHiN,
ort street, nearly oprnxite i.Kid fellow Hall,
he will lie happy to meet his friend . and
will spare no pains to please them.
XT The best tlr.trr Mtww or ( hacelnlr prepare.! at
a few minutes notice. (Ji-t?m) F. W. LOBK.
()VAIj HOTEL BILLIAKD SALOON !
il Till" ESTIH1.IMIMKVT.
whieh i unsurpasNl in quality f Table, furnish
ing, and comm. lion p.-aantnr of room, is now
rc-oHTel und.-r the iicrint'n.h-nec of A.. I. MclnfTee. whoae
welt-Wnown caM-ity a. Ct.n-r for the PuMtc in thi line i a
sure puarant.-e satisfaction to th.-c who may favor this
place with thrir patronage.
T!i' st.o-k of 1 ines and I.i purs fumisheil for this Saloon are
the choicest the market a'Tords. il-faa
J. RODERICK'S JRESTAURANT.
Till 1011 I. K Ki T A M 1,1 S II
i3ovv infill h U111 itirUkhly iiiTTkii t frniht
Vfiv m un pitrf nii.liTn cnn rni;n. sjftffi
il l M nh f cnlirmanly tcwrx.. cl AJV!i
tnk, mill nn ahiiiHlitm Mii-n'.r of th c!oHt mc t, 7Kjk-l-N'iKPil
riitri !ii'h lit m.r.'t MtT-'nN, ilii rvpm t.r
1 ntrrit oontinuAHCc vt tht IiU rl j-.itr.'np h h htt
t.frr nj.-yrsl. t.N Sm
JWa HltlS. HOM'.MIA I.I. IKMKXT
A I F I F For sale bv
j;u . I1KF FK CO.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS,
DISTRICT OF KONA. OAHU !
iMii: imikhmuxkh ii pknk.i his i
OiVh-c as Tax t'.'lh-ter, in the l-iuMing .NNioer 4 ijown
and Miuanii 11m is. lomiei iv ss-upic.i i- s r ro p ii. .'ice
ei.eiieT.-rT Slturdav. froul V K M
111 4 P M
1iTKK T t'.-ilct.r
II V A. F. EVERETT.
Til I IIAV !
Tbumdni , Nov. U, nt IO oVlnr.li, A. M
At alra riMrtu. will Iw 4-l,
hnlrnirn'a Slop. Coilni;r,
Irr C.ood, 4 lolhinc, Drnimi,
lloilrd l.tiiarcil Oil, Corn,
I . It . Con (a, I'nnli A I'oifKpri,
Crornir mid Sunililr.
AT AI'CTIOX !
On Saturday Efralag. No. :i,l 1 o'rlorb.
At Kalv H'nmii, will I otl, a ureal varirly of
Splendid Oil raiuliiis t Enra.inRs
UOofvX Ar IMlriJItlCH
AT Al( HON !
On Snirlny Ernlna. No. Kl.nl 1 o'rlorL.
At Sales Room, will b aokl, a fine colM4iB of
BOOKS, PICTURES, &C.
Entire Stock of Hi (ail Store!
AT AIT! ION !
On TCESDAY. No. 13. nl lOoVloeb A.M..
AT THK UTOIIK OF
11 r. I'ranci Sprnrrr,
On Fort Street, will .witivrly be l, ib Entire blosrb.
ColMlalitiK of tlie brat avlrvlud 0 k of U.l aver offered lo Ihr
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
N ATI' R DA V, NorrtnlM-r 17, nl IX Vlowk M..
Will I offentl at Ail. tliMi, the follow li.f dracrdml pna-.-tm r
1. FAIRMOI NT Thi pr..-rty ta beaollfuHy
W -'' ailuatr.1 In Nuuanu alley, forntrrly 11 rea id r new of J.
P.! J F. II Marshall, Esq., well watrred, and la una of Ihr
moat bralll.y situation iu thn suburt of llonulala I euoUlna
flvf rtMun, pantry, pach-lMaie. stable, Ac, Aic. Alos a afirw
dwelling. A Very fill- lot .4 3 or 4 acre a.1-lnaO bumt-ala-ad .
t. Tll E Sll A DF.S Tht I oiw of tha brat nd vt
pleasant I. s atlon u-n the favoritn oatrriiijr place. W alk IK
1. well fenee.1 and planbil with khade-trrr, and lo every parti
cular comfortable and convenient for family, being rotlrrly
new, and no rxM-ne having t n apsrrd to makr tt auilabie f-.r
a Mmiaiu-iit residence. The Iioum nortaista if flvw ria bim!
aiU-hr-ii ( also, eriauta leaise, r.Ho-li-teiue. ata.dea, he. Tloa
roierty ihould be viewed lo l appreelau-.l it 1 utiljr a plea
ant drive fr .in town.
3. THE MAZEPPA. OR TELEGRAPH
In Nuuanu i reel, near King trret. Wa mi. of Die fint lloiels
In Honolulu, an.1 f that bu.lnr... the ailuaiion t arootMl to
none, Ip-ina- .0 well Iithiwo it nee.1 no r.anmeiit . Vater tai.1 nn.
4. F. M'KVCKK'H RETAIL STOKF. AXI)
IMYELI.I Mi-In Hotel atrert, known thmufltout th
i.iand a the "Hale Waialeal," or llouae i4 rttBed wau-r."
No busiuraa-plaee 1. I-U. r known than thi Klorc, having bsrn
rtablihFl In 1HW. The lot run hark lo King trwt, and ia
well-auppllfd with water. The hum I well fitted up and oh
tazillally built, slated roof, Ac. Thi property will he o4d n
one or two lot. Adjoining thia lot i a dwriling-house, with
wafr laid on.
For further particulars, apply to
JAM0.V, GRKCN K CO.
" THE SHADES" are under leaae for one year, and will be
old suhj.-ct to the same.
The sale will take place at the Sale Room of
A. P. EVERBTT.
Real Estate on Merchant street
FOR SALE !
M THE PREMISES KNOWN AS. THK
VyW -Hull' HeaI," situated nn Merchart treet. near Nuu
mSmJJL anu, with a back entrance from Nuuanu atreeu The
building is two stories, with A flue cellar aud water (rum the
government pipe, all in first rate order. Title - ample.
For terms, c, apply to
2il A. P. EVERETT.
TERMS QUICK !
PRICES LOW ! !
OjST HlSTD at
JOHN. T. WATEiOnm
FIRE PROOF EMPORIUM,
320,000 No. 2 Manila Cigars,
Twist end of March, 18G0, date. Warranted
tbe best in the market.
Fine Manila Cigars of older dates.
ON SALE AT
JOHN THOMAS IVATERIIOL'SE'8
FIRE PROOF EMPORIUM,
PRINTS, COTTONS, and MUSLIN'S.
ON SALE AT
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOl'SE'S
FIRE PROOF EMPORIUM,
24 bales AMOSKEAG
PEARL RIVER DENIMS !
AT J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
FIRE TROOP EMPORICM,
SiO BaleV-i Grilling- Bags.
ON SALE AT
JOHN THOMAS WATE RHOrsEn
FIRE PROOF EMPORIUM,
Very superior large size
CHINA CRAPE SHAWLS!
Besides other CHINESE GOODS.
ON SALE AT
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE'S
FIRE PROOF EMPORIUM,
1XFITS and OUTFITS for SAILORS.
SLOP CHESTS FILLED UP.
ON SALE AT
JOHN THOMAS WATEBHOl'SES
FIRE TR00F EMPORIUM,
50 IPina Dresses
AT J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
FIRK PROOF EMFORICM,
PAIRS BOOTS & SHOES.
Asrtod men"? women "sand chCdrraV
A Tvat variety of
AT J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
FIRE TROOP EMPORIUM.
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
A great varretj
AT J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
FIKF. VROOF KMIVKU'M.
N SAI.n AT
JOHN THOMAS W VTERHOUSE
FIKK PliOOF KMPOKirM
Real all over
Hix;sKiN i:n;i.ish sviiinrs.
. a 4 a a - -.- av a .
WhoUxsile I'usNmter arplr Ujthe undersicned
for I'UE.VP UAUii.MNS.
JOHN THOS. WATEMOESE.
It.Mk-'nin. Sepi iT tvv