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n, popuUuoo .f Paris Is given at 1 .500.800 souls.
j, j5;o, Paris will L overtaken l.jr .V York.
The Empress KuZ'ni is . Yen. so thpy Jo
mj, mJ Napoleon ' ietihtea au I solicitous.
)lerri?y hr.il become t jece mno. He wys he is
f iog 10 anJ unless Byfiitboly hits
I Whauk Chabgei with Cbikltt. A warrant
. it-ue.1 ty L". S. 4'ornmi!!iner VViili-tms fur
the rret.f Reuben Tboinv. inrerof the h .!e-tiip
Eliz t .11"". charging him with tenting, unncves
gify an 1 crueliy. Ch.rk- A. Vi. Ire :m 1 fathers r.f
fcis eresr- Cap. Thomas has reeii rrteJ, an 1 will
I xaniinel oo TnurJ;ty. .S. F. P,ttfr.
jIocstacue. The e-litor f the L nloti .We.lirat
fives is brl apx.n the aiuustches of the -itu lents.
He asores cjrre!pon'If nt that " niout:4c jes hive
their ose?; R'L n ,he "- important, they are
joDsiJ""' ' P"int out i'lf. I vaiuest. aii'l
moet ie!f-ctnceitel. if not. protalily, the moat diono
late in 1 ! Tbey are bencnns to warn others."
Ta hesf BrtN--w. Mr. Hul!iter cf Monterey,
Calirni. tommfticcl bheep tafin in ISIo. with a
joC t aniiuals which cntitutel a!! hie wealth.
H b n'w th Jnr t 301" H acres cf hm-l ari'l 11,
)iji9bep. all of which hue U-eu the legitimate pro
duct of tae original tmn'l of fc(r that he st irte-1 with.
Mr. Hollister ays that he teer Lis ftitel to secure
an iocreae of Vi per cent, every year.
CiKtsiLii wiil be I Komc Af:er fJari-
bUi CnUhrs the Kin; of Xpl". he will in all pr.
fetbilifj make an attack on Koine, ainl at once put an
en-! ti the temporv! wer t the Puj.e. Svajptonn
cf the imp'O'lioz Munn are now . manifest in Koine,
that the dignitaries of the church are jnt lually pre-
Barin2 the pnoltc mm I for an event of this character.
7 it, ,
A Ihaboucal Joks The peopfe of certain
locality in fJeorg; have been indulging in the Chris
tia amusement of burning a negro at the stake. The
"boy" ha t killed a wh'te man. Twelve men took
biia from the sheriff's custisly, and with a grim fi
eefioasness gave lnds for bis delivery, after which
they burned him at the Mike, and to fulfil their
bonds, rfturnf'l h't aht t) Vi oJKcrr .' This was a
jjke worthy of MephLstopheles himself !
M.vr Rl-l.tr.s ix tiik S.ii tii. The people of the
SuUta Continue to manifest extreme nervousness al out
insurrectionary plots among their slaves. An eicite
nieat of this kind now prevails in Lake county, Mis
iisfippi. Five white men and forty negroes were ar
rcsted there last wek and thrown into jail, exceptiug
ane of thf while men. who escape-l on the way. The
Sheriff of the county was met in the neighboring-! of approach of the KeU-l army. w!nt!i threa'tne l to de
VV.ksurg, in pur-uit of his ex-prisoner. These i stroy that city, and s;rioily interrupt the trade in
aUrm are 'nfine-I to Texas and the Southernmost j giiks and teas. The latest papers state as follows z
Sfa'rs, anJ are u'ltiearl-oi in vu-souri, lennessee,
Kentucky and M try land States which, frvfn their
prr.ximity to the North, are in greater danger of ser
vile insurrections, were such things seriously meant
at the present day.
IKi;nAMNJ the Goversor or lM-crs. The
Governor of I'lmascus was pnlilicly ilegra'ie-l at
Constantinople on the fth August, by order of the
Saltan. A letter to the New York M'orl t say:
The ceremony was ouite impring He was one of
tbe ighty-five great Pashas of the Empire. He was
takrn to the great square in front of the war depart
ment, where some thousands of tronj were assem
bled in the f.riu of a hollow square, wirh many high
oft:ers. military and civil. Ihe l'.usha was led into
the centre ft the square. The imperial onler w is
then read, after which his brass fez button, his sword,
etc., were roughly tornotf from him, and it was loud
ly proclaimed that Ahmet, late Pasha, Governor
General of the province of Damascus, and commander
in-chief of the army of Arabisan, was now degraded,
tripped cf all rank and offices, and reduced to the
rank of a common soldier. He was then ignomini
oasly marched off to pri-on by two or three cav.asses.
whence he was sent to H-'yreot to be tried for his life.
Gambli.nc At Pabata. The Troy Timet gives
currency to the rumor that John Morrissey is a loser
to far at Saratoga, of the snug sum of ?10,0X, which
he has .buc!teil against the tiger." Other Trojans
are eoLsiderably cut." The fortunate winners are
two Boston chaps. One of them is a man nearly ix
ty years of age. who formerly kept a hottd at Albany,
and failing in the business, in a moment of despera
tion, at the age of fiirfy, took up the profession of a
gambler. Fortune seemed to attend him from the
first and he is now esteemed to be worth i?2W,XM)
all of which he gained at hazird. He has his ser
vants in livery at the Springs, his fast horses and car
riages, and to one unacquainted with his proi'ession,
4 be appears a wealthy man of the world, polished and
refined is his manners, and a .gentleman of abundant
means, who has come to recruit his health by a
.morning draught at the Congress or a drive upon the
avenue. He is reckoned to be the smartest and most
lacky gambler iu the country.
The Moxster Gux. correspondent of the
Tints writing from Old Point Comfort. unWer date
of Ang. 2"Jth, says: The curiosity of the artillery
officers, and of the g.iests at Old Point, was gratified
yesterday by the first firing of the great Floyd "
gun. The first shell, weighing Go'J pounds, was
thrown fifteen hundred and forty yards at an angle
f five degrees and striking the sand, bounded
seven hundred and fifty yaids further. The charge
f powder was twenty pounds. The second shell,
weighing C23 pounds, was thrown something upwards
ofbur miles on the water, at an angle of forty degrees,
and with a charge of twenty-five pounds of powder.
The powder with which this gun is tired is in grains of
about on inch cube. Ihe report is not so loud as
that made by the ten inch guns on the ramparts,
bat the whistling of the shell through the air is
tern fie. The shell thrown upon the water was forty
two seconds in the air before striking. The " Floyd "
gan is proTumn ced a success, aad there seems to be
no doubt it will reach a range of six or eight miles.
It weighs '),Wi lbs., an 1 cott in its casting S 10,001 .
Walker's Ksd. As soon as Walker entered the
prison, be was heavily i rone I. and asked if he want
ed anything. He only asked for water. He then
sent tor the chap! tin of the port and protesting his
faith as a Roman Catholic, he was seen thereafter
alaiost constantly kneeling at the feet of the priest in
front of a sm ill altar, on which, by the dim light of
tapers.' the itnaze of Jesos was distinguished. A-
mong other things, he once said to the chaplain : 1
tot resigned to die ; my political creer is concluded."
On the 11th Septemlr, at 7 o'clock P. M., Wal
ker was notified of his sentence to death, and to this
startling message the only reply he made was to ak
at what hour it would be executed, and whether he
had time to write.
Oa the 12tli at 8 o'clock A. M., the culprit marched
to the place of execution. He walked with a crucifix
in his hands, upon which he bout all his regards.
looking neither to the right hand nor to the left, but
fotening piously to the psalms which the priest re- j
cited in hwear. He entered the hollow square formed
by the soldiery at the place of execution, ami there,
full of resignation he pronounced the following words:
"I (ni a Roman Cat noli. The war which I made
upon Honduras, in accordance with the suggestions
of some R:iatanis. was unjust. Those who accom
panied me are not to blame. I alone am guilty. I
k pardon f the people. I receive my death with
resignation would that it may be for the good of so
ciety." Walker died with remarkable fortitude. His re
mains were rectived info the totnb, and ret in peace
tit a perpetual example.
I .air Karna New.
THK RafTTHE BCTWF.KM C.VVOfR AI GaKIBAI.M.
A letter from Turin, in the Paris DrhuU, says that
tae principal ground for the dislike felt by G tribaldi
towards Count Caveur, is the unpardonable sin of ced
ing Nice to France. Count Cavour, moreover, per
sonifies diplomacy, the particular object of (taribal
di's hatre-L A letter from Turin, dated the 17th
September, says :
As I announced, the offi.-ial Gazette of this evening
publishes the royal decree convoking Parliament for
tbe '21 of October. The session will be a very short
one; it is even probable that it will not exceed ten
dajs. The policy of the Government , as it is actual
17. represented by the Cavour Ministry, will le sub
mitted to the Chambers in juxtaposition with the
Policy of Garibaldi and his partisans, and the repre
sentatives of the nation will be called upon to make
a choice between the two.
SViuld an imposing majority declare itself in f ivor
of the policy of the present Cabinet. Count Cavour
cf coarse remain at the head of affairs, and I l-e-lieve
I am well informed when I say that the inten
tion of the Count is to act with unflinching eiurgy
in the accomplishment of the new duties which a vote
of confidence of the Parliament will cutail ujxin him.
In case a doubtf.it or hesitating majority shoul 1
Sanrw.M f. ..... r . ..i:- 1,0 mill Imrne. liate! V
rr' -.vi4fc v . o u 1 a rj t ti- j . - - - j
"sign his office to M. Ratazzi, who perhaps might
obtain some concessions from Garibaldi, which, un.ter
11 circumstances, are quite indispcnsible to prevent
be Italian movements entering a fatal path.
.At the present moment not the slightsest ccnce
M tin be expected from Garibaldi. M. Iepretis
bs complete ly failed in his mission. He has been to
Naples to induce Garibaldi to annex Sicily at once to
Sordini. Hie IKctator Till not hear of annexation
"Mil the day-w hen what be calls his programme shall
been carried our, which is nothing more than
promise to make Rome the capital of the Italian
fflpire, and to cooquer Venice.
Should be even consent to make some modi fixation
n bis plans, it would never be it is Garibaldi him
vi 5Ir bo has just written it to the King in a letter
brought to his Majesty by one of the General's aides
oe camp except on the condition that M. Cavour
d Farini should leave the Ministry.
This is the actual state of affairs. Form your own
p igment as to how rpWe it U with danger.
The Sardinians is the Papal States. A letter
fronj fii-noii, Ite. 17th ?ptemb-r, remarks that the
iu.ju(ptir.n cf the Pupil t ife Ly the tr.r.s cf the
lrealv a!nnt a fact
piiheL The writer crn tin ties:
inera!s Fanti au J t'ul iitii have cr!l the LvrJers
and swept everything U-fore thern. IViaro. Orvi.io.
S?nevi!i , P. ruji i an l Aocona have all Imn he-
ratP'l, ati I Lanii.r;cire, 1 v a nia-terlr iimve of fjen.
nti, lia- U-en liiJe! fri.ru a 1 ir- l'trnl f.rce at
, Aneofia, -o trial he it c iiu;-l!i-1 nur to uriei, ii-r or
; run the ri-k of . f.- n ty m'.zi.-m a va-!y s-i;ri-r
j frce, or t- try a wry 1 ijj.-.i'.i rett of"re:rt'it:ii
j towar U .W-..'.i a.-i ! iuro ihr tt,iuzz:, U ..'.:i lh- f n iS
; of Frauis II. Lamori'ere i-t i-i .i tit. I'h- in
j valers calculate ihi: w.ihiu inn meeka fit? uhole
i country will Le aoi:reJ up t-j the gates of llmiv.
j Franci- II. Is still at iteta, wh;th somethin,; !es
' than 4,,,)0') men. This army i- lai'y tnelriug awaj,
! He has appinte.l n-w iu':o:stry an ! kt-ej.s up a
show of rovalty without trie suh-tance of i kingdom,
j AU the j.r.)inces of the kiiur I, in . the Two Sici
. lies have given in their a.iheion to ii arl.a' li. He is
9tea lily, with enthusiastic help from the I e rle, en-
i.jnuug iiie jiew orueroi Ills
threatenel the Papal .Sr.te. ari l pr p..es to pro
claim the annexation of tie Sicilies :m l the M arches
and Urabria to the Sir linian king l.m fn.m thejuiri
nal. Thi has occ tie 1 s.me KiaMing among
parties. Many I. -ire imme liate atinexati..n, an 1 the
present move of Victor I'man:!, by hirnre'.f inv;4 l ng
me rapai r-tares wn. it is thought, cause liar.baMi
to change his programme, an.l pr.j-luce the de-irt-1
annexation at once.
Late frmu China
j Dy the arrival of the bark llirburix, we are place 1
in receipt of a-1 vices from Ch:na to Auzu-t 2"J. The
Allies were "till encamped on the Gulf of Peiho. where
several small engagements had taken place with the
f'limiuil In !,; I. t-l..- Tl - I
I , ., , , ...
The following wvs the latest report received from
I . . ,, , '
j On the 12;h of Aug'i-:f, the allies advanced on the
i entrenched camp which was situated midway between
' Pehtang and Tiku. On their approach the Tartar
f cavalry Uildly (.allied out to nuet them. The Liriti-h
! cavalry immeliately charged, utterly routing and
: di.-persing the Tartars, who fle-I in nil directions for
refuse. The allies then stormed .and took the camp,
; the eiimy retiring through an opening judiciously
j left fr Huch an event, an 1 cntrenchel themselves in
j some villages hard by. From these they were dis
I lodge I and were pursued until they f..k shelter under
j the walls of the T iku f irt. which app.ariiig Frmida-
Lie and well defended, were not then attacked,
j At Shanh i-:, serious troubles ha 1 arisen, from the
j The intelligence regard ng the action of the Kebels
j on the Yangt-e is even of a more interesting nature
j than the nioveaients of the allied force. The llclel
i forces amunfe-l to some forty or fifty thousand sol.
I diers. On the morning of Atiiru-t 1 itb, proclama
tions .ipp-ared on the walls of Shaiiifhae. siinvl by
the relnd chief, suuiinoning the city to surrender, the
I terms proposed being unusually fivoi able, evidently
to suit foreign customs, the name of foreigner how-
i ever, leing carefully eschewed. This simply stiniu-
lated the adies to measures f resistance. On Ihe ISth
! the Kelx-I army, approached destroying everything on
j its way. A body cf five hundred approached one of
: the gates of (he city which wis guarded by the
trench, clearly for t::c purpose of ho! ling a parley,
for it is not even pretended that they evinced the
smallest fign of hostility. The French fired on them,
kided a number, anil the rest fled. Meantime the
Mandarins, although they were so potently and de
votedly backed, do not seem to have attempted to ren
der the smallest assistance and whilst the allied
troops held the gites and the outposts, the city mid
suburbs were being sacked by the rabble. At the
night of the l'tth, the date of la-t advice, the follow
ing was the state of atl airs. The F.astern suburbs
had been fired by the French as u tneas.ire of protec
tion and were burning fiercely--all the villages in the
vicinity had been fired by the Ilebels the greatest
terror and constern itioii prevailed in the city and
foreign quarter an.l the K-.-bel army was m great
force five miles off.
Advices from Sbanghae to August 2'J, say :
The I'eWis are encamped before the city walls,
their forces spreading for miles into the country, a id
are determined to take Phanghae in spite of the Allies.
All the foreign hongs arc closed; the French hate
burned all the subuibs of their side of the city, to
prevent protection being offered the Ilol els, many of
whom it is said were found concealed in the opium
shops. The French and English have lecn firing
upon the Ueliels the whole moruiug (2')th Aug.) from
the city aud the gunboats.
China. A letter from a Uritish offijer, dated
T.alien Bay, July 25, has the following relating to
i the allied forces and the locality where the urmy are :
When the move is made, if it ever le, the French
are to land on the South side of the Peiho forts, and
the British atnut ten miles to the North. The gun
boats are to distract the attention of the Chinese by
giving them a few ehel's, while the attack is being
made by the land forces. The Chinese say that Senn-ko-lin-sin
has warned his troops that the foreigners
must le defeated or they will lose their heads, and
that he himself is prepared to conquer or die, so it is
likely that there may be something of a fight.
j A portion of the expeditionary force has been land
' ed on the shores of this magnificent bay, but it is
t quite uncertain when any move will be made towards
i the Peiho. The Freuch are not expected to be ready
for a month yet at least, an.l, so rumor goes, oper
I ations are only to he commenced conjointly.
Talien-wan means, I understand, "Greit Girdh;
j Bay," which is very appropriate, though where the
J interpreters picket up the name is rather it mystery.
for the people ou its shores have many names tor it,
but indicating (inly their own little creek or village.
They are not Tartars, but Chinese colonists from
Shantung. Curiously enough, nothing is to be got
on the Sjuth side of the bay, while on the North sup.
plies are plentiful for all those who are civil and
choose to pay reasonable prices. I have Imhmi on one
or two foraging excursions, and by dint of good hu
mor and honesty we got as many tow Is, iluett, pigs
and eggs as we de-ired, and at very reasonable p rices.
Pig"; cost us only a!ut a penny a pound; hue large
fowls, a quarter of a dollar each; ami eggs (about
three times as large as those to be g:-t at Hongkong)
somewhere about two dollars for the hundred. The
people were quite anxious to sell their stock, had two
or three shops, good houses, and many respectable
inhabitants, not to speak of strong large mastiff dogs
and wooden carts. The houses were built substan
tially of stone; and one shop tint of a chemist was
as clean, neat, an I carefully arranged as any similar
establishment in Chetp-i.le, with two large glass
. bottles in the win 1 w. The i;i:s. V"U may be mter-
ested to know, are quite black, very bristly, and with
archel backs, not bent bcks and bellies like those of
Hongkong. An envious American captain remarked,
when he ?ir cur supply coming on hoard. "Why,
you don't call these pigs do you ? they're more like
porcupines." I got some Chinese note-books at a
shop in that village, an.l also a glimpse of a small
footed young lady, who wyllowed immediately on
seeing the Foreign levil. The men are large, power
ful fellows, and by no means inclined to stand any
Iipiililic, I Hope,
TKbKMt It'll. ItKV.V.tltn. II.
TINiiS, rfiiil KKI'iiKTKIl : Kitty ImU-s a.-s.rtil
I l.al.s KI:inne!. as.Tt-!. Twelve i-i... t'anton Kl.ilin'-N. Itowh
1 an.l l!i.-j:lir.. Trn n-s Kentucky Jemis. Kifi.-vii ciss I'oi-
toiia.lt-s. Twlve e:is.-s 44 jtn-l ill Apron fle-rks.
' Iiffl-y ris hiearle-.l shirtiriirs, all ni.ltl.s. S v.-i.ty-tivr f.is.
j favorite bran Is I'rinis. Tirrtily cass l-nims. Fifty ease
I Ti.-kinir. T.-r.ty b:iU i 1.1 ue, re i an.l pray IILitik.-ls. Also, a
j full assortment of
j House Furnishing (.ooda.
, r..mpriinir Lilian T.il !f I:iin-ks. I..-a. li.-.l an.l l.n.wn ; ui r
TaWe '.v. rs; pil!..w-ae l.;n. iis ; l.i!ie:i p!es-tiiii ; yuilts.
: 104. 11-4. li-t. a-.rt.-l oiiilitii ; T -.Iline. Napkir.s. Ii.i-
IT. ;..yli.-s; wliite tamily III o-.k'-ts ; em's. I velv.-t Tatle
Mii.l liano Cover ; LkM-Senl fili-etiiiirs. r:r:i line. Also, via
It!miu a full line l..i. rv. m-iain. s. Urs i:i.li.-s,
learns. K-.l-Ti. J'irk.nirits, Kr-ncli Mu-Iin. "am! r.r. Iri-h
l.in.-n-. etc. Ari'l a ffie-ral assortment ..f rA.M V al s 1 A I I.r.
; lKV i'.Ms, sni 1 to ttf Ppritiir TrKle. A s... r oniric,
Kl.za. lieimiark. 4-c., frc. rivet .Mmbolion l"iirs-t. ; llrus,.u
an.l Tiir-s--l,, l'ars-:: Injraii.s. H-mps. Kii.-:i-!i an l Am-ri-can
I'rusr-. ts. TaMe Oil "..tl.s Urcen lla:. s. U in,..-. S'ia.1-s
an-l Ilollari.U Itrs-atcM- an.l Im.i.ks. ra-r l!.iut::iis-s ami
i Ai iicy ..f Jev::'s !. It it.sl i"Tl-ri..:h. --4 ',t 21-4.
! I:iv.,ir s very low-priced KL.vkt Oil ri"t?i. n-.sr l.m.linir, and
for Ml', at 1. rat.-., .v fit A N K l' K KR.
1 110 and 11J Clay Strts-t, 1".;. an.l 1-(T M-rcbant Str-e
1 2Zi-Zm pan Francis.-... California.
VK I'M KKS It. KD. K 1 r.r I I. r on
the literal patrona.--of bis a:.i"i:.e tr;en.l-. iiurai tne
lt roriiTBKS vriKs. w.ul.I inf..rm Item mat be is tmi at me
Ol I Stand. wh--re be will he happy M itt. iiM. t.r II r iii't
1 M ini: It-s.ls and ph-s-s of every description, on the ni.t p as .ii-
' able terms and invites attcnli. n to Ins larpe st.-k now on hand.
,' x r The only p!isr pt-.re in town, comer of f irt K Mercbant
i Street. crVJ-tf) J. II. Vll.
It KK RILL'S K WVAIHAK I'oTAToljt
n band, mn.l recc-.vinR fr-h supplies every
evk re-r -tean.er. Allnhowi-li f.-r a tr. -I article, please rail
! -ll'J-fna VVII.CoV. KICII Al'.l S CO
(Corre.p..o lence of the PaaSc Coaimcrcial AJv.rt s- r.)
Nokth Kona, Hawaii, Not. 2, 1G'.
Mr. Eiiitor Iear Sik : I have just returned
from the quarterly examination of our Kotia Eugl.sh
school at Ka'.ukalu, under the charge of Mr. A. A.
Mott. This is the thiid quarter of this school's ex
istence, and in all hands it is a'lowcd tluit the pro
gress of toe scholars h:is leen remark able. Ti know
what a hai l task it is to teach children Kngiish
w h se mother t digue is Hiwaiian, the exam:tiatioti
would have ls.en a uk st gratifying and convincing
pro-.f tf whit can be accomplished in a short time by
a faithful and skillful teacher, such as this district is
so fortunate in posseting in t tie person of Mr. Mott.
Aud I am pleased to be able to state that there is now
every probability that our school here will become a
fixed fact a prominent institution despite the luke
warmness of some, and the opposition, of others. The
Board of Education, it is hoped, will grant to the
Koiia English School some material aid, and thus
assist us in building up an institution here, which
in after years will repay a thousand fld the care
and money now required. The la;e lamented lr.
Armstrong was waruily interested in this school, and
had pledged himself to use his powerful influence in
securing an annual grunt of towards its support.
May he "still live" to the ri-ii;g generation of Kona
nei, by cut seeing his libeial intentions catried out.
Mr. Mott has twenty-eight pupils at the cl se of
the present quarter, cf whom eleveu are pure natives
and seventeen cf foreign parentage. A brighter look
ing set cf little ones you would hardly find on a
eu'uintr's day. The exercises at the examination
(the sch.oI-hou-e being crowded by parents aad
others) were as follow. :
1. Pimrini l.y note, p nue even hymns were un by
rbole cti No discord tvrry voice 111 liarm..iiy
; the luO:ti I'salm, lolloped by pray.
by Draco o
u. Two clae of boyi and girls Were thru vxaniineil iu KnsT- 1
lisli realiii. and urpn-.l ail by the feutr:il liitinclncs of
pronunciation, and attcnti in to punctuation. j
4. The whole school t-ri. thvii exercise.1 by the master in .
peoj-raphy. aiisweriin; ..i-sti..i.i from IVIt.m's Lirue outline
maps, w it'll th. ir barks to the maps, f -r half an hour ; luiuiinK '
readily tiies.piare In of each continent, luil'-s of roast line, ;
political uiviai.ms. capitals, mountain chains, ith the;r leni:ths
aad courses, names and height f niouuta:n ieaks ; the Krsru j
and th' ir -sl.an.ls, an.1 lie- nuillisr 01 wu:ire mnea 10 r.irij, ril
ni t , pr.siuctioiis, etc. This was a 1110-.1 inteiestin e.Naniiua
tion, and 'h .wed cb-arly the advantages of Mr. .Moit'a svt. iii
b. Two ctaM-s in mental and writt-n arithmetic, each pupil
il'-monstratini,' his work either orally r uj.n the b!ack-U.inl.
0. f i ur classes in orthography an.l the elementary s,,un.Is of
t!ie Kiiktlish ad'hals t.
7. Three class-- in enmai)s!iip.
The m-h.s.: and visitors then listened to very able ;uldr-s from
Mr. 1. II. Mahinil, the school nii-rinten.leiit of ."s.uth Koiia,
f .lloe, by appn.pnate r. uiarLs tr..m T. II. IViris, p. Cuminps,
and others. The whole closed with a .l. clain.ition fn.m Masters
John Ii. M. Sheldon aud He-ry Pinith, and a sonir by th? entire
"Oli, come, coiae away."
Mr. M-itt havitii; purch.ise.1 a l.,t of laud ill the vicinity of the
school-house, has cons.-uted to remain with us l.r -several years
ior -.e.er.u .ears
uexlious Luildin 1
, ,. , ii .
e shall e a.e to I
the other islands,
to can. and intends, we Irani, to erect a canines
f-.r (he arroiiiin-i.1 ilion of iM.ar.t. rs. Thus we
reerite at our Kona Institute" pupils from
and impart to Ihrni not oi ly a p.d Knph-li mi l inoi.il educa
tion, but ci.inbim- therewith a resilience in this nneipi illed eli- I
mate. Mr. M. also inteiidi to add to his elai li-hin-l.t tfie ti-
lures of a rymnasiuei. so that the culture of the musrles of his 1
pupils will not lie u.-irlt-etcd.
CotT-e c im.-s in sl-iwly. The crop will, I think, fall somewhat
Is-low that of last year. The rise in price ut Honolulu has 1
ctus.-d a coirciio:i.lin,' rise amonc; the traders who purchase j
from the nan v-s. The result will Ih-l.a.1. Natives rannot un-
lerstand ttie tiueiuallolis of the market. I'iUr the wheat-sirow- I
ina Aisiucss. If tnry once p.-t a certain price for their pnslucr,
they will always after expert it. i
Very dry here lately, while the Kau side is pleutitully ravorisl
with siiowers. Vours. I".
RICH AND FASHIONABLE
'ST ItKCKIVKO 111 CK(IKi;H t hAKh,
irt Ptns t. a well selected assortment ol riili. r. to s.
lKI.CltIX PKRFl'MF.Kli:.s. which have lieen purchase.1 at
a low fi-.-ur-, and will conseiU-iitly I s-.ld al 11 price to.lefy com-M-tiIioii.
Reputation of Priia- v Co's. M-rfuines ar so w II known
for th-ir suis-rii-Tity over all .thi-rs. the subscrilicr thinks it
needless for him to say one word in recommendation of them.
SILKS. PEIiiTMERIES, &r.
It LACK SILK
FOR SA LK CIIKAI
ITtINK lll.ACK ALI'A CAS FOR SALK AT
low prices at
ASSORTS! K. XT OF HAIR OILS
1 A and Pomatums for sale at low prices at
IIOS1KRV. LARC.K V
K N V i N K B K A K'S R K A S K,
A R (i K A X D
SMALL. I'AIXTKI AMI
Plain Powder Boxes, with swan's-down putts, very cheap
. 1LK, at
O I L. A T
L'OIIKS Sl JONES' RKINDKKR MARROW
1)1 A I'KR,
CH K A 1,
A frw iloors above Ioiiloinery Slrt-t't,
FOSTEU, PATTKN Jso CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO J. J. HALEY,)
n A VINO Pt'RCIIASKD 1IIK INTKRKST
of Mr. Haley in this well-known Hotel, the Pu'wenliers
liep to say to tie- old patrons of the house and the public p-ii-erally,
that th.-y have made many alteratio is and improvemruts,
and re-furnished and renovated the house throtmhoiit in the
most thorough manner, and have added au elepnnt Private
Hall for the untrance of La-lies and are determined that in the
future the house shall oss.ss all the requisites of a
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL IX EVERY PARTICULAR.
Our Mr. Patten has Is-en B mkkeeper of the house for the past
two years. a:id Mr. Foster has le--n connected with the Ocean
Steamers of this Coast for :.he past eipht years as Purser, and
cheerfully oir.-is his services, to families and others in procuring
steamer passape, in a Ivance of their arrival here.
XI" X.) ai'Vavk is 1'HH'K.s. Coarh.-s of the Hotel always
2.;2-lm FOSTER. PATTKX .V CO.
V. S. Ll.r.ATION, HoXoLl I.I-, II. I.,
Octolier 27, 1-StiO. J
k'OTICK IS IIKRKItV I;IVK. THAT
hereafter no draft or drafts to meet disbursements on
account 'f American seainrn. at the po-t of Honolulu, will be
paid by the Tieaury lirpartuieut. unle-s the aecoimt un which
the same is based shall have Is-en first submitted to ihe Ameri
can Commissioner at the Hawaiian Islands for audit, and his
approval repularly endorsed on each separate draft.
Witniss my hand the day and year al.ve written,
232-lm J . W. IloRLEX.
IIu.o, Isi.ANb or Hawaii, Oc:..Ut la, 1''0.
IOR TIIK I NFOIOI AT I OX (IK Til K HEIRS
or leiral r--presentat iv.-s f the un-lersiiroe-l, dec.-assl
Ameriran citizens : Notice is h r-by eiv.-n. th.it R. VcMullin
ili.il on the l'th June l.i-t. within th- district of K.-na. Hawaii,
of consumption, inti-state ; said to hae Isvn a resi.b-r.t of Cali
fornia. P. C. Currant died on the l'.nh S. pti-nilH-r !;ist, at the
house of I'r. J. H-rrick. district of Kona. Hawaii, of consump
tion, int.-state. He had lieen a resident of Ohio or Indiana
said that his father. Matthew Currant, resided at Anpola, Sleu-Ik-:i
For further particular, apply to the Department f State,
Washington, or to the undersigned.
2.11-lm THOp. MILLER, V. S. Consul.
ROSS, DEMPSTER & Co.,
lilt Bnllrrv Street. Snti Frniiri.ro,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
CANDLES BLTiL'H, j
For sale iu l..ts to suit purrhascrs. j
(ir1.-r promptly filled on the most favorable terms.
THOS. HOPE & Co'sT j
IMIIS HAS I.O(; IIKKX' KXOWX AS THE'
ls-st brand 1 r.-ucht to the tan Francisco niarket.
Consiimments receivs via Isthmus and Horn, arid for sale iu
lots to suit purchasers, by I:u.t, DEMPS'I ER ,v Co.,
2.12-lm 113 Battery street.
THOS. HOPE &, Cc.'s
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR !
The (.cntiiiip In mi ied New Orleans,
OF SUPERIOR OUALITY.
SHALL UK IX CONSTANT RK-
ceipt i-f the alsive favorite article, which we offer in lots
to suit, orders promptly filled.
BOSS. DEMPSTER tr CO.,
232-lm 112 Battery street.
f A lid for "ale 1. 1
l.n II-il.T A HIT f K
Oahc Collkc.k Tiie Trustees of this institution are
happy to announce that the r.ew President, Ilev. C.
T Mills, has arrived, and will enter ujin his duties
witli the commencement of the next term of the Col
lege. The u-ual facilities for board and instructions
will le afforded to all suitable candidates who may
apply. Tiie next term will commence on the 2Sth of
the present month.
At the last met-ting of the Trustees the following
res..1.utii U was adopted, which lowers the qualifica
tions for ad:nis;on to the preparatory department .
" H'Suli'ii. That the rule f.r the a Imission of students into
the preparatory d- j.ar:ment ifohu Collepe he and hereby is
s- altered a:ii amen.le,i ;.s to rr.i I : The Prrisiratory ls-part-in--iit
is ..js-u t. ai.y pupil-. ..f c-s-l n-.-ral ch.traia.-r. whether in
te.l.lii.; t- 1-eCoiiie uieil.ls r ot the col'eiTl.tle depanmelit T not.
who caii u-:a:u an exiuuuatH.n sati-fact.-ry to the teachers iu
written and oral Arithmetic Ihr .-uph s-.mple division, in topical
gru;r.i-!.;, Si.l!i:i);, read.: it a:sl r.tnj.
The fullowiug minute, drawn up ly Chief Justice
Allen, in relat'nn to the death of Kev. lr. Armstrong,
was unauimously adopter! :
Tiie melancholy draih of the Rev. Dr. Amistmnp, a metntr
ol the ll-.ar-l of Trustees of this in-titutiuii, and Secretary there
of, h.ivinp been aiiiiounrr.1. the following resolutions Were adopt
Rttoltrd. That in his death, the institution has lost a most
uVv.-i.-d and etlici.-i.t friend , the muse of pen ral education au
ardent supporter as especially illustrated iu the I'epartmrnt
of Pubi.o iustructioti, which he so lit-rrrally aJiiiinislrreil : so
ciety, an excellent example 1 un 1 t!ie llawanai. nation a sincere
fnen.l for iu the discarite of his various duties he was most effi
cient and successful, and in all ihe relations of l.fe, whether puts,
lie or private, he was eminently lilieral and srlf-sacrifi-.-inp. ami
we cannot fail to cherish the remembrance of his prnial "pirit
and of h:s cor lial c..perat;..n in anv p-.sl work.
Hsul 1 J. That while I-.- had w itu.lrawn from the repular mis
sionary .iuties, to wloch his early life was so suivessfully devot
ed, yet he was no:ie the less in'.erest.-d in the dissemination of
rehpn.us truth, and in the service of his Uiviue Master, which
he so niU'-h loved.
KifJ. That we unite our warmest sympathies with the
wife an.l children of our deceased friend for the loss of a devou-d
husband and father.
And the following resolution was also adopted by
the Trustees :
Umiilvul. That the cordial thanks of this Board be presented
to the Kev. Mr. Corwiu f..r the very acceptable and efficient aid
which he has rendered the Colhare the past year in acting as its
presidinp othecr. lty order of the Trustees.
I'uliintnian. K. W.Clark, sV-cn-tary Tro Trm.
.XOTIt'K TO TIIK I'CItl.IC : The Honolulu
TrKN-VF.RF.IX hep leave tu inform ihe Public that they are
now prepared to pive instruction in t.ymnastirs to boys lictwcen
the apes of si.ven and sintkkn years, oa Tuesday evening of each
week. For further information, apply to Mk. II. Voki kik.
Per order: C. F. PFI.UOKR,
J.KJm PVcretary II. T. V.
MltS, WIXSMIW An KxM-ri-nrrtl urr
and Female Physician, has a st.s.lhinp Pyrup for children teeth
Inp, which preatly facilitates the process f tevlh!iip,ty softeninp
Rums, reducing all inflammation will allay nil pam. and is sure
to regulate the Novels. Ira-ii.l upon it, mothers, it will pive
rest to yourselves, an. 1 relief and health to your infants. Per
fectly safe in all cases. Pee advertisement in another column.
A . t . sV A. M
. , i '
V jr No. 1J4, under the
r eil of the Grand C.
A. F. sk.
A. M. LK I'KollhtS I'K LMl l.AMK LlOM.K,
the jurisdiction of the Supreme Coun-
'entral Iidire of France, workinp iu
the imcietit Scotch Rite, holds its repular niectinps on the Wed
nesday nearest the full moon f each month, at the old lslpc
Room, in Kiup street. Visitinp l.n thr.-n res.-ctfully inviletl
AupusllS. l'30-tfl P. C. JON" KS, Secretary.
. IIONOLI'Lt' UIFLKs. ATTKNTION I-
The M'-nils-rs of the itlmve Company are hereby notifie
that, after this date, u.itic-3 will not be issued as hereto
Repular Iirills will he held at the Armory of the Corpsp
on the 2 1 and 4th Friday eveninps of each mouth, at TJ
o'rl.sk P. M. Per order:
F. L. JON KS, J0HX II.
orderly 3 Tpeant.
Head Quarters Honolulu Ritles.
lha.-emls.-r 3, lJsa'i.
IIKALTII.STRK.NGTII AND IIA1MMXKSS
are obtained by cleansinp the bl.iod of its impurities. Blood.
we are told, on the hiirhest authority, is the " Life," or at least !
the medium of Life to the Rudy ; and it is, we know, the preat
feed.-r of every part ol the frame. Thus the BI-hkI is the preat
channel of disease: consequently, a pood nr bad state of the
system, or constitution, is no more or less than a pood or bad
state of the Mood. We have made the composition of the blood
our study, and are satisfied that two-thirds of all diseases are
caused by its impurities.
B. iieviiip the above facts we made ourselves acquainted with
the m ooii (iikmh aI I.Y with a view to a reliable medicinal
apent. that would correct all impurities of the blood, ami at the :
same time effectually cure all diseases arisinp therefrom. We j
have siii-cci-ded bevond our most sanpuiue expectations, as '
thousands can testify who have tried the virtues of the prepara
tion known by all professional men as
HALL'S SARSA PARI LLA, YELLOW DOCK, AXD
loBU'K OF POTASS.
Beware of ignorant imitators. The penuine Is sold everywhere
by respectable dealers, iu preference to all others.
R. 11 ALL CO.,
i,24-flin 143 and 145 Clay street, San Francisco.
FAMILY DRUG STORE !
BY J. M. SMITH & CO.,
0riiM Ilott'l and l-rt Streets.
M. SMITH &. CO., IIAVIXO SECURED A
comix tent and reliable Clerk, offer to the public a gene
ral assoriineiil of
RECEIVED, EX " R A DUG A,"
A largo stock, to lie sold at prices to suit the
Fresh Candies, steam-refined.
Gum Drops and Jujuts? Paste,
Seidli.z, Seltzer, Muid Mapnesia.
Tolu Anodyne, Couph Rniieily,
Essence Jamaica (jiliL'er,
Cuminiiips' Tooth Wash,
pillsWripht's, Lee's, Holloway's, ke.
Diilley's Pain Extractor,
Davis' Pain Killer,
Kennedy's Medical Discovery,
Balsom Wild Cherry,
Sarsaparillas Townsend's and Sands',
Enema Pumps of all sizes.
Dickey's Flea Pow Irrs,
Castor-oil Capsules, kc.
PERFUMERIES Lubin's Extracts, superior Colopnes, La
vender and Fl-.ri !a Waters, Ilaiidkerrhicf Extracts, Bople's
HyiiTian, Fish's Hair Restorative. Tricopherous, Burnett's
C'ocoiiue and Kaliiston, a new prrparation for the hair.
XX Onlrrs from Ihr oilier islnuil promptly
lilleil. The Public are invited to pive a payisc call. 210-3m
K .A. X) TJ G j
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS.
CJiip. Eiiiilisli linm. I!oion rrnrkrra,
7 Migar cund Boston hams, aler bread.
lincii smoked hiuus.
W irer cracker,
M. ss pork.
Fr-sh lar.l. in l!b tins.
Kits No. 1 Mark, r-1,
Kits touu'ues and sounds.
English cheese, small tins,
Engli-h dairy cheese,
Fr-sh rsl fish.
No. 1 Carolina rire,
K"resh ilri.'.l apples,
Ass..rt.il meats and Joups,
Fresh lost, rs,
S allad cream.
Assort-d F.rglish fruits,
Ass.trte.1 Ainrriran fruits,
Assort-d Em:lish jams,
Ass,.rted American jams.
Assorted English j Hi. s.
As. .rtrd American jellies.
Assort. -d English tickles.
Assort. si English sauc.-s,
French preen fs-;is.
American preen peas.
Fresh green crn.
Fresh p-L-aches in syrup,
Fresh quinces in syrup,
Fresh s-ars in syrup.
Fresh mince pie ni.-nt.
Fn sh preserved ginger, .
Fr--sh sardines, J tins.
Fresh sardines, j tins,
Fr. sli Durham mustar I,
Fresh sala.l oil,
Worcest. r sauce.
True lemon syrup,
.lenny Lind Cakes,
Brow n sugar,
'Pearl sairo, split peas,
i Arrowroot, vermacilli.
: Assorted spi.es,
i Assorted herbs,
! French prunes.
.White wine vinegar,
Ye. 1st Jow.Ier.
Tabic salt in Isixes,
I'l'able salt in jars.
Table salt in baps.
Car1 -.bate . sla,
Fr-sh crn starch,
Fre!i Island b.-ai.s,
Burnett's flavoring extracts,
"TltIt.VTV'rr-i 111 Jars,
Citron, Orange, anil Lemon Peel,
RAISINS in half an l whole boxes.
Kino Onion?; Titi. for f imilv us.,
(ioixl btrnns: Mark Tea. for sliit.s nis,..
IURSII MILL floi i:,
Kres.h F-ist Maui Fl-ur.
Freh (iraham I'lotir,
Fresh Corn Meal.
FKl'II ITATU T3TTTTKR
VEKV SCPKKIOR KOXA COFFEE.
F -r sale l.v S. PAV1DGE,
22S : a 11 Fell.. r Hill. Fort t'r-t
j 1 n s .
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TIIK A 1 CUPPER V.AKK
JAMKp PVIITII. Master, having a p.-. it of -r fivicl.t enj
pape l and poi:i on Isvar l. and havinp supcrea-s..inm.lati..ii
miation for Passenprrs, w-iil sail 011 or
About the UOtli instant.
f-.r Freight or I'assacv. apply to Capt. SMITH .n Url,or to
UoU-tf WILCOX, HK HARl's 4- C' . voi-en st.
sSk K A U A TI Ml A
Will leave lL.ti .lulu KVKP.V Tl F.SI'
Kalt p- .1. s. and Mak.-
Freights taken at reasonable rate.
lXJ-tf Apply to
AY for Molokai. Lahaina,
For freipht or iassape,
CAPT. A. WIUTK.
FOR NEW BEDFORD AND BOSTON.
TIIK A 1 AMKRICAN CUIM'F.R SIMP
I ?:iIijf:i, ")N tons.
CAIT. II. V. Ill KliF.TT.
Shoitly xiscteU to arrive fr-mi H;lo, will take a carpo
of o l
anil Hone, and other fieipht, for the alsjve Purls.
Phe is well provided with foice puu.ps for the wettinp of o'l,
and every attention will ! paid to carpo slupd on Uuird of
her. F'or freipht or pui-sate. upply to
iU-tf C. l'.KKWKll 4 CO.
Hilt; II. All 1III.O l'ACKKTl
ave II O X O L I" L I" for II I L O repularlv everv week
Cabin Passapv to or from II. lo ."
A. K. CLARK.
la. Is 1 .
TTf. OX LY
UKlil LAR LINK FROM TIIK
FIKST CLASS SHIPS
Will he despatched iiuanerlv from Commerrial
Boston, in the months of Mnrrh. Mar
J ii ne.
?rpirmui'r ami iirrrm bi r.
F'or further particulars s.-e special advertisements in daily
paKrs ol the above months.
For freight or passape to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
11KNRY A. PIKRCh,
pjiiidwirh Island Packet Office,
t57 Commercial Wharf, Boston
AG K.N TS.
K. F. Snow, - - Honolulu
Sutton ,V Co. . - Xew York.
Cook Jk Snow, - - Xew Bedford.
WKMiX, bvi:;o A:c:o.'s
BY TIIK RKCl LAR PACKKTp BCTWKEX IIOXOI.VI.C
AND SAX FRANCISCO.
For tiie sK-edy and safe conveyanre of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UXITEU STATKS, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The A pent at Honolulu sell Bills of Exrlmiiire iu sums to suit
on Wells Faipo .V Co.. San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Farpo jk Co.'s franked I'. S. Hove' iment envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routi-s, and over
the Atlantic route from Sail Francisco to Xew York.
Commissions aud Collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. Is5t--.tr. K. I. A OA MS, Apent.
I'Vcctttnii .: Co7i
TUEASUIiK, FKGKillT, l,ACKA(iE& LETTER
Jl-S XL JO x- 5 .
On tin- 5th and 20th of each .Month.
, -i-.-y, TO ALL PARTS OF TIIK
. jl.ti l'iiil-tl Stiilm. Sou lli Amrrica.
s-.;A-'-4 Caaadna nriil Km opr.
SKW VOItK WITH TIIK A EHII'i S-KrKOPK A X
PRKSS COMPANY TO Kl'KOI'K.
CsOLI) DI'ST. COIN AND IULLION FOR
Jl warded and insured on open Policies, held from the lest
Insurance Companies in New York and l.udou.
Packapes, Parcels and Letters forwarded Seuii-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, iu charge of Special Messengers.
A Special Impress is made up by us for Panama. Cailao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west roast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded b the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and J'.Uh of each month.
jj- Collections made, cud all orders pertaining to a lepitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.!
li4 Montgomery street, San Francisco
HAW. STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
x-irii: aviJii: of
is: x -v u k ! 99
V. 1IKRRILL. Mn.lfr,
(late of schooner Mary,)
For the month of NOVEMBER, IS60.
LEAVES HONOLULU For l.ahaimi, Mukrt'ii Landing, Ka-
trilihar anil Kolmla, every Tuesday Afternoon, at 4 P. M.;
going on to Hia every alternate tri say on Tuesday loth
and Tuesday 27th November.
LEAVES HONOLULU for Koloa and Ifawiliwili, every
other Friday Afternoon, at 4 P. M. say on the ih and 2od
Novetn I er.
LEAVES LAHAINA for II innlulu every week, as follows :
nt 9 P. M., Saturday Sd, Thursday 8th, Saturday 17th.
Thursday 22.1 November.
LEAVES LAHAINA Far .VfnAf's Lauding, Kauaihae and
Kohala every Wednesday Morning at 7 A. M., going on to
Hilu every alternate trip say on Wednesday, 1 4t.lt and
Wediiesdav 2Xth Xovemts r.
LEAVES MAKEE'S LANDIXM For I.ahaina and Htnnlulu
every week, as follows : at 4 P. M. Saturday 3d, Thursday
Sth. Saturdav 17th, Thursday 22.1 November.
LE.WES MAKEE'S LANlINi For Kaunilme and Kohala
every Wednesday .Morning, nt 10 A. M , Roing on to Hilo
every alternate triji say on Wednesday 14rh and Wednes
day 2Sih NoveinlH-r.
LEAVES KAWAIIIAE For Honolulu, calling at Kohala
Makfrs iMiidint ami .ahrtina, every week, as follows :
at 10 A. M. Saturday 3.1. Thursday nth, Saturday 17.h,
and Thursday 22.1 N'ovemts-r.
LEAVES KAWAIIIAE For Hilo, touching at Honnipu every
other Wednesday Evening, at b P. M. say ou the 14ih
and 2Sth NovemlT.
LEAVES HON'OIPU For Honolulu, rallinpat Matre's I.and
inif and I.ahuina every week, as follows: at 12 noon,
Saturday 31, Thursday Sth, Saturday 17th and Thursday
LEAVES H.lN'OlPU For Hilo every other Wednesday Eve
ninp, at K P. M. say on the 14th and 2Sth November.
LEAVES HI LO For Honolulu, calling at Kairaihar. kohala
Maker' Landing and Luhaina every other Friday After
noon, at 4 P. M. say on the il, l'Jth and 30th November.
LEAVES KoLOA. KAUAI For Honolulu, calling at A'airi
liu ili every other Satunlay alsiut ikshi saj on the loth
aid 24'.h "i November.
LEAVES N A W I LI W I LI For Honolulu every other Satur
day Afternoon, at 4 P. M. say on the 10th and 24th Nov.
N'oTF. The Steamer's trips o-i the basis of this table wil
probably Is adhered to alter November. Pay to windward
every week ; one week as far as Kawaihae, the next as far as
Hilo", and every other week to Kauai every sixth week, how
ever, the Kawaihae trip will lie omitted, to give time to overhaul
boat and machinery.
Rates of 37r,s."5irs-
Between Honolulu and I.ahaina, either way.i $ 5
" " and Make.- s Lauding, either way.
Honolulu pi Kawaihae and Kohala,
Kawaihae and Kohala to Honolulu,
Honolulu to Hilo
Hilo to Honolulu
Honolulu to Koloa and Nawiliwili
Koloa and Nawiliwili to Honolulu,
Return tickets for Cabin passage to or from Honolulu, and
any of th- following p..r:s. available fT one month, and not
transferable, given as follows :
Kawaihae and K'.hala
Koloa and Nawiliwili,
Fre.irhts at the reeular srhooner rates. Native and
passensre.s, their horses, rattle, pips an.l lugcace taken car of!
and carried at the same moderate rates as has l-en charged j
heretofore in the schooner Miry by Capt. Berrill ; j
N. Ii. It may csreur that the Steatn.-r may 1 now and then i
delayed an hour or so in the time of her arrival at the ir.terme- -.
liate ports say Lahaiui, Maker's La:nling, Kawaihae and I
Honoipu, and may conw.U-ntly Isi delayed a short time after 1
tl e exact hour of sailir.ir. but as every exertion wiil le made to ;
keep tiinefc it is requested that Passenpers and Ship'srs will :
hold then'elves prepare.1 to embark themselves and freight, I
although she may n..t heave in fiirlit exactly at her hour. ;
The Kilaura has just been ait-ietl at c .nsHer it-It-exfns'. !
and fitted up f r carrj-inir I'attie and llors--s. to is.th of which :
eierj- attention will be paid by Capt. Berrill. who has so long j
and successfully carried st.s k in the schooner .V-i.-j. I
It is particularly requested that goo.U ship-.! from Honolulu j
should have their destination marked upon them in distinct I
letters, and -that a "cart note." or copy of the receipt may be I
ent with them and left with the officer who siirr.s the rereipt.
Passengers f.r H:lo have an opportunity of pettir.i- there, as .
well as s-eit.z the country by the Steamer, on her trips to Ka- !
waihae. by ri-liror aeross the ipiand fr:.m that p-rt, wh.-re horses :
ran alorays te. obtaimil at inmlerate rates. Parties wi-hii.p to '
visit the volcano by sai l route, and returning by tiie Steamer
dire.?t from Hiio, vor I ' ir'xi.i can make the trip in 1H days,
and have time to spar-. JANIoN, (illEEN At Co.. .
A cents for the Hawaiian St--am Navigation Company. j
Honolulu, Oct. GO, lirto. iJ2-lf " I
W JENNY I
K BRI NS OVSTKRS. SO TNS
LIND CAKES, received r er - Comet."
F..r sale by
H. W. SEVERANCE.
LBS. I'l TTV.ti
Crni.-t." F-r ia!f lt
H. W. SEVERANCE.
OS XKW CALIFORNIA POTA-
F r sale bv
H. W. SEVERANCE.
FILtiT DI CK.
Mount V ernon Duck,
l-iwrence Co. " all sire,
F'-r sale bv
C. BREWER Jt
The Inst Furilier oft lie IJIood !
XX A. ZiL'S
sail Iodide f
kv John r. i (ii,nrii.
Sale of (icncral Mcrr!iaudie !
t - .11 oT: it o v :
FKIIA V. iruilrr IU.nl 1 O Vlorli . A.MM
At Sales R.totu. wit! Isf sold,
I-iiiins. Ih-iTits, ius!uis, A!miVH, Co.it. Pants, Hickory SIrrts,
I'i-I'.ici Juuil-r and llvrralls, W.s4 I I1.I1T ph.rt.
Blue Cottuus. PIik- Irill.
'y;.-r-. Prunes, Mu-lanJ, Pu kl.-s, Cracker., . .rl.sl,
pupvr, Toticco, CandUv, Hanlware, paldlery, furniture, Ac.
FORCE PI MPS, CALIFORNIA 1MTATOF.S, 4,-.
.MONDAY. Nov. 1J, at iO uVlorL. A.M.,
At t,d,-s R.ki, will be sold.
V hnl-111 en's Slops,
China and Japanese Goods.
And a grneritl Assortment of Merchandise.
(1lo1 hinii Emporium!
OIK STOCK OF CLOT II I N(. II ATS, CAPS.
BOOTp, pIIOKS AX1 U RNlplUNti tiOOPS,
Are offi-n-d at preatly reduced prices, in order to rl.ise out.
1 T All Is-rsons havinp claims airaiust the undersipued will
please preset t them. And all ho in- Iti.lel.t.-d to the same will
please make immediate payment, as we shall soon leave this
J 2-S in A. S. A: M. S. C.RINBAfM.
FLOUR ! FLOUR!
triKOM TIIK II A WAII AX FI.OIK CO.'S
" MILL the
BUST I. Till: lI.KIii:T!
Constantly on hand anil for sale by
230 -Jm A. P. KYF.ItKTT, Apent.
PILOT & NAVY BREAD !
Hawaiian Flour Co.'s Bakery,
FO It S A LK ltY
A. P. KYKKETT. Apent.
O- lJIJlCAA'lIJ A: CO.
7IIX RKCKI VK. Y.x AMERICAN SHIP. SI A.M.
j Yellow Metal Sheathing,
I Nests Trunks,
j Barrels Salt,
I " fire-proof paint.
NEW CHAIN CABLES,
3-4 inch, 7-S inch, 13-16 inch.
229- Ami ii variety of other Mrrrhaadlsr
TDK ITXDKRSIftXKD. HAVING
receiveil by the lan-st arrivals from the United
States and Kuroe, a new an J large assortment of
Drills. Medici new unit 'loilrt Aril
rlrs, now otTers them for sale. Beitip supplied
from the best sources, first rate articles will be
sold at less prices than heretofore.
Physicians aud others will have their orders
promptly filled at satisfactory prices.
Prescriptions made up accurately and from the best materials,
particularly fnm Thayer's celebrated Uuid extracts, a great Im
provement on Tinctures.
MEDICINE CHESTS refilled at the cheapest rates, according
as voyapes to different countries require.
The following comprise a few of the articles contained ta'the
Alum, arnica plaster.
Anise scud, arsenic, alcohol.
Ant poison, bay rum, borax,
Castile soap, cream of tartar,
Camphor, cherry pectoral.
Cod liver oil, diamond cement.
Kidder's diarrluea and dysen-
! tery cordial.
Liquorice, linineuts, asst'd,
Mucilape, lip salve,
Oils of hergamot and lemon.
Powder boxes, pills, aast'd.
Sands' and Townsend'i aarsa-
Extracts of sarsaparilla and gin-
Extract of valerian,
Emery towder,eraive salts,
Fluid magnesia, gum arahic.
Syringes, asst'd, salts.
Toilet powder, toilet mirrors,
. lootn-picks, tweeiers,
! Thorn's extract, trusses.
Gelatine, Henry s magnesia.
Teething rings, tooth powders,
Hair dyes, Ilnlloway's ointment, ials, assorted.
Indelible marking ink, .White and yellow wax.
Also, Direct from Paris,
lUIMN'S CKLEIIRATKI) KXTItACTS
Comprising 24 dilTerent kinds.
Rest quality JEAN MARIE FARINA COIXIOXE,
Sandal woisl extract, candies. jujule paste,
Burnett's Cocnaine and oriental tooth wash,
Orange tree and tortoise shell tooth-picks.
Toilette soaps and brushes, infant hair brushes.
Combs, scurf brushes, (patent,) tricopherous,
Hyperion fluid, hair oils, assorted.
COSTAR'S RAT POISOX.
New supply of
WEST'S REAL PHEUMAT1C REMEDY.
Anodyne. I'nivrrnul Cough Remedy.
Alto (irirfrvUrrg Medicine.
217-6m-242 E. HOFFMANN. M. D.
Ieecl l3tox-e !
FORT St. NEAR HOTEL St.
r1IIK SCRSCRIIIKR WOlTil) RESI'ECT-
1 FULLY inform his friends, ami the community generally
that lie intends kiH-pimr in conjurirtion with his FEE1 business.
a first class FAMILY T3ROCKRY STOKE, and would rcsjiect-
fully solicit a share of public patronage.
He ha? just o'lened au assortment of fresli proreri.'S, consist
ing in part of the followir g :
i bbls. ch ar pork.
Layer Raisins, j boxes,
Im. do., whole.
Refined Lard. 10 lb. tins.
Table salt, boxes,
Liverpool salt, in jars,
lio do, 20 lb. bau's.
Honey, in 1 and 2 lb. tins.
Lobster. 2 lb. tins.
Oysters. 2 do.
Turkey, 2 do.
Chicken, 2 do.
Mustard. I lb. bottles,
Do, i Ho,
California mustard, i !ott!es,
Green corn, in 2 lb. tins.
Do peas. 1 and 2 ll. tins,
New Enpland cheese,
English pie fruits,
Pres. Oniric"--, in j gal. glass,
Do Pears, do do.
Do Peaches, do do.
Do C rab apple., gal. gla",
Io Plums, in pal. glass.
Do Rnspterries, do do.
Do Crarils-rries, do do.
Same fruits in qt. glasses.
Brand v fruits,
1 pal. demijohns oat gri:,
Kegs pi;t Ieas,
olives, in o,ts, pts and j pts,
1'ins soup iK.uilli,
Do ox tail soup,
2 lb tins fresh peaehes,
Do do apples.
love, whole and ground.
Allspice, do do.
Mace, ground cinnamon.
Asstd. pickles, do sauces,
T'.mato catsup, qts and pts,
Salad oiL in pin's.
Do, d?caijtrrs, (faperior)
White wine vinegar, in pints,
Do do, 5 g. demij.
ll'ure cider vinegar, on draught,
j(.airs, pts an.l t pint.,
Oatmeal, in tins, 14 lbs each,
I Asstd. jams and jellies,
lio lemon poet,
j Do orange sfl,
Zante currants, in 14 lb tins,
(Savory, sage, rnarjorum.
' English fig blue.
Black tea, 5, 7 and 33 lb Is.xes,
Saiad cream in fiuarts.
t'al. and New England brooms,
Sardines, j and I boxes,
IVpir saui e.
Tins asstd. cracker.
HAWAIIAN MILL Co. FLOUR
East Maui Mill Co. Flour,
Fresh cornmeal, in 25 !b. sarks.
Do oatmeal, do do.
buckwheat flour, 125 5c 10 lh. sacks.
hominy, in 10 lb. sacks,
rice flour, do do,
farina, do do,
California Bodega potatoes,
Cnl. Oat liny.
Co I. Onion.
x xx Xx n
6,000 lbs. IslanJ beans,
Chile Bayos beans, wheat.
Shorts, corn, baled native hay,
Bran, 5cc., ice, 3cc.
2S1 n.m A D CARTVTRlfiHT.
IY A. T. IIVKRIITT.
OF JAPANESE i.OODS
sir iniox !
i:vi:.MMi, suv. 17.
At 'i u'ckick, at tal-
Room, will t s-4d, a large aad varied
Jut rerrivrd froro II.Hipkoup, rr bark IIACBCKO.
Balance of l.ADVH FANCY UOODS fr sn the Stock of Mr.
ON Tl'EsDA Y NEXT, NOV. 20, IhCO,
At 10 o'clock A. M. at the S.ore of Mmr- II. Hack hud 4 Co
Will lie offrred,
Tlic i:ntirr ('aro
Of the Hanoverian hark 11 Alllll Rtl, from H..n(;konf vcoiisliii5
of the usual assortment of
CHINA AND MANILA (iOOPS.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE !
SATIKDAY, Natrmbrr 17.nl I 4VIx-k M..
W ill Iw offered at Auction, the following described prtiertie :
1. FAIKMOl XT This pr.prrty I. beautifully
situated iu Xuuanu alley, formerly the residence of j .
F. B. Marshall, Esq., well watered, ami k one of Ihe
most healthy situations iu the suburli. ol Honolulu 1 eontaiu
five rooms, antry, roach-lusisr. stables, Ac , Ac. A too, a .re
dwelliii. A very tine lot of 3 or 4 acres adjoins th hasiteail.
2. TIIK SI! A D KS This U one of th best a.H bmi
pleasant I. stations iisn the favorite w.terlnu place, W aikiki ;
is well frnctsi aud plauttd with shadr-lrers, and ill every parti
cular omfortable and convenirnt for a family, bring entirely
new, and no rxM-ue having been spaml to n.ake it suitable for
a IM-rmanent residence. The house consists of fivn rtxana and
kitchen ; also, servants' houar, coarli-hour, tables, Jtc. This
pro-rty should be viewed to lie appreciated it i. only a plea
sant drive from lown.
. TIIK M A.KI'PA. OR TELKOKA I'll
In Nuuanu street, near King street. Was one of tiie first Hotel
iu Honolulu, and for that business, the situation is ecoiul to
none, iM-iuir so well known It need no comment. Water laid on.
t. F. SPENCER'S RETAIL STORK AND
BWKLLIM. In Hotel street, known throughout the
islands as the Hale Waialeale," or House of ruffled waters."
No business-place is ls-tter known than this Store, having been
established in ls.'sj. The lot runs back to King street, ami is
well-supplied with water. The Store is wrll fitted up and sub
stantially built, slated roof, Ac. This property will be sold n
one or two lots. Adjoining this lot Is a Uwellinjr-himse, ,th
water laid on.
For further artiriilar, apply to
J ANION, OREEN fc CO.
"THE SUA PES" are under lease for one year, and will t
sold subject to the same.
The sale will take place at the Sales Room of
A. I. KVKRKTT.
HOOKS : XMOUTttl
IT U f llOsN !
On Saturday Evening, Nov. 21, l T VIrL.
At Sales ll.sim, will be sold, a fine collection of
BOOKS, PICTURES, &C.
I. en I Estate on Merchant street
Fun SALK !
TIIK PREMISES KXOWX AS TIIK
' Bull's Ilea. I," situa-.r.! on Merchant street, sear Nun.
anu, with a bark entrance from Nuuanu street. Th
building is two .lories, with a line cellar and water from th
government piK-s, all in first rate order. Title fe simple.
For terms, ic, applv to
201 A. P. EVERETT.
FOIt SAI.K !
A R H KR'S CH A I R LATELY IMraJRTED
1. from San Francisco.
DR. SMITH, Dentist.
IIIRRKK V AI'IMUXT M V SOX, JOSEPH
POUTER UREEN, my Agent, and authorize bim to art in
this capacity during my absence fr-sn the Hawaiian kingdom.
JONATHAN S. ORKEN.
Twinshurgh, Summit County, Ohio, Sept. 3, I860. 23'J-lin
SHORTLY EX PECTED.
IX VOICES AXD SAMPLES OF CARGO OF
Danish clipper ship Tr lion." 820 Urns rrgistrr, which
sailed from Liversjol. ou the 2Hth of July, with a choice assort
meut of goods expressly selected for this market, ami will Iw
due the end of next month.
N. U The "TRITON " will be for freight or charter. Apply
to (230-liu) JANIO.N, OKEEN Co.
Just Received ex Comet.
Cases Fresh California PEACHES,
do do do STRAWBERRIES,
do do II & It OYSTERS,
do do Yeast Powders,
do do Oregon Smoked Hams,
do do do do acon,
232-2IU For Sale by HAM. SAVAGE.
rviIIK HUBSCRIHER HAVING A WELL-
M. FURNISHED KESTAl KANT ON NUUANU 8TKKET,
opposite the National Hotel premises, is always prepared to
receive Boarders at
."5 and $0 per week !
ICr His table will always be supplied with the best meals,
vegetables, 4c, to be found in the market.
CAPTAINS AXD OFFICERS OF WHALE
SH I PS, and other transient residents in Honolulu, requir
ing supplies in the shape of Malt Liquors, Wines ami Spirits,
will be well and cheaply supplied with the pure article at the
store of the undersigned, opHsite Colbum' Auction Kooro.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1800. 230 tf3m GODFREY RHODES.
which is unsurpassed in quality of Table, famish
ing, and commodious pleasantness of room, is now .
re-opened under the superintendence of A.J. McDuflee, wImim
well-known capacity as Caterer for the Public in this line is a
sure guarantee of satisfaction to those who may favor this
place with their patronage.
The stock of Wines and Liquors furnished for this Saloon are
the choicest the market affords. 222-Aon
Somelhin New for the Ladies !
Tlio IVrTI3:ST STYL.E
Just receive.1 by Express from the East er "YANKEE,"
and for sale low by (214-sim) CASTLE It COOKE.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS !
Kt IladnRa," and other Late Arrival.
DRV r;OODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
GLASSWARE, Ac lie.
Howe's Extra Patent Spring Beds,
A sueric.r lot of Men's, Boys' and Youth's Oxford Ties,
A small lot of Best English Candies,
fresh arrival of
Dr. Jaync's Celebrated Medicine.
For sale bv
220-3m CASTLE 4 COOKE.
Coral anil Shells For Sale
A RARE OI'I'ORTl'XIT V IS OFFERED
2. for a few days, to those per-inn wishing to obtain speci
Red. psirple Ac hulT It ranch Coral, SIm-11. JLe.
A few pairs of Misr Shell, a scarre an4 valuable curios
ity. Apply at CASTLE ft COOKKa.
2o0-lm ' 51 ission Store.
JCST RECEIVED, KX "VAXKEE." bv
229-q C. BREWER k. CO.
HAWAIIAN FLOLR !
DROM TIIEWA1LI KC MILLS. FUPERI0R
Constantly received, and for sale Chens bv
-JV-q C. KKt.Wt.Kw
C. BREWER & GO.
WOULD CALL TIIE ATTENTION OF
Ship Masters k Agents
fl-O '1IIK LARGE AXD CHOICE STOCK
al received lv the LATE ARRIVAL.- from the loite.i
Beef, Flour, Pork,
Pilot, Navy and Medium Bread,
Cordage, Duck, Shooks,
Paints, Oils, Turpentine,
YELLOW METAL SHEATHING,
Boat Boards, Oars, Piric Heading,
Vegetables, Meats, Fruits
And a great variety of other Becefisarie
9-q FOR SHITS.
OF TIIE COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
from ol. I. to Vol. IV., inrluiirr. s.tinrle volume,
ra.-h; 5fa for four Volumes.
For sl by II. M WlllTNK