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There aie rone Iridca in Chin tin re or fjiir
mile- l-njr. and an arcl vf the incredible Hpau of. six
Lao Irc-I lent. -' . . ;
There 'ror cnehnnlrH an I twenty d-f'ntch'es
recti 1 st vita I'rancisoi from the Eist t j the Ovex
I ml Te!f,;rp!i the first d.iy it u opened.
A nrri.-n in c iittiijpUt I 1-twcin the Kinjr -f
l".rtJl anl the voutige-t JmMer 101 Victor
Anii.n; the r.rTn-s ciptrtre.J. nt Il-iftrras InTct wa-4 a
L:p k i-te l with, c tloo. ail reaily to run the block
ad. J. if. iivi- h3 iantr l an edict of banishment
soiiut all t"n .,n iii. n in the foof.-lenfe States. Hie
ICt-rwl I're-i.Ieut H si.rk, and lb- Siutherti Cofcgrewj Lai
adjourned t aw i:t his crt alcsirice.
TUi grv-hnppr in California are eating the
afpies) and jxw:iHen, and the Indian are eating the
gr --r. .ir-. At la-t accounts the grasehuf peri
i-re ahe ul.
A'ti..nj tii! f-o it population of C.uifon it i c-njnjf.n
to e- a wi.iu.iu at tlie oar, with a chiM etr:ipl to
The .! of the Prince ile Joioville of France, ftix-te-n
jr-iri el l, has entered the UtiitcJ states S'ital
Another N svtl Kxpolition ha called for the rebel
Coist. ta ikiu the thirl.
There i no tru'h in the report that Gen. Fremont
in to be r in'.t'l. The I'rtsiJtui ba t-cAAy coii
tri;:tfJ tc rumor. .. ' . i' '
A Lbm-ly vr'na Cht ltwren tiro uximrn, lasting
three ijarreri of an hoir. trx.k place hi Trr.y, Jf. J.
It n gotten up by two brute in mile attire.
Liiu.luu Toe clipper .4ue' Cur, partly
owned in one of the lUrbel tittes. bu been duly
libelled, and w now in charge t,f tiie United States
Marh I. at an FranoidCu.
I'rir.ce H 'rn, of I'r'i-aL-v, a tetenn cfljeer, has been
appstnled l oloitel of Kentucky t'vIry, ami .Maj ,r
li.n-erwin. AMe-de Camp to OtribaMi,' has been
cuuiuilsaiwtie I in lb. U. !5. tervice.
J true I. t'Uy, a B-n of Henry Clay, was arreste'l,
with ixtecn of hi men, while on nU way to jin
IIiotTur im Kentucky. John C Iireckiuri.lg wiw
with the p-irty, but in ejecting his escape.
The U. S. .eruu)Piit is buihiin at St. Louia. four
jin.pcllors anl forty fl.iU, cf mlfl titner, -esch sixty
teel !ri an 1 twenty fret wiile, to be used iu the con
temp att-1 .Southern expedition. "
1U Cbariotton Jltrreuri) ay there are 15.000
i:k n.Mrem cutternl alut MiamiM, anJ that at
K.oiitiouJ the nuruher of ick is appalling.
At least half of the rebel papers have been discontinue-!
; the only cue that is now published without
lirts, is the New Ur!e;ius. l'uwjuue, Mid the btuck of
white paper in nearly gbe. rX L. : w..-
The l.y 1! men of Maryland are djin their sh'tre
for the support of the tio eminent- Two full rrgi
tuents of exx-e'lont trui ps lrve alrcaily been raistd in
the M;te, and a third is forniiug.
CruR'i . The rebels ne p-noned mlnnK-lriillet.
A ret.el soldier was captured a few weeks since, and
on !: p-r -on were fouod bal'.s. in whtyU was arsenic.
Mr. W. II. H-iwIl. the oorrepondeitt of tbe Ion.
don Tiinr. has left Washington, and gono West fur a
few weeks. t ecj.y the Autumn prairie-shouting in
liitiiois. II sm there arrested for violating the S ib
bath ami Sited J.
i;Htes ownetl by toricsin the days of the Revolu
tion, were not only set free, but all able-bodied slave!
were i rntUle.il loenlut, and at the close of the war
mitnumillt l. , ,
Tbe Count de Paris and Due D'Chartres, grand
sons of Louis l'hilippe. have tendered their services
during the war." and are to be attached to General
McCiellaa's staff. -! - i. .;. . '
The Chicago Timet gay 3: Illinois has now in the
del and in ibe cauip over pixiv -three thomand men,
of wti .in seventeen thousand have been furnished by
tbe second (tbe Chicago) Cotigrestional,; District.
A new lirectory of San Francisco estimates tbe
present p,pulalhn of the city at H3,2l'3, com pose-1 of
40.)X) white males. C7.000 white females, 3X Chi
itesv, and 2'XKJ colored. Considering that the city
pulled 11,120 votes at the recent election, the esti
mate of the directory appears not too high.
Tunir Savage Allies John Ross, Chief of the
Cheroketv, pubtinltes a Card announcing that alliance
has been f Title I between bis trite and tbe Confeder
ate Government, nn 1 that a brigiIe of dusky war
riors is being organized. - - - - ;
The IT. r?. Government has recently chartered ships
Ortan I j pre, tll-len Ktlt, and steamships
Hiirnwi, Danul W'tbtUr .Mtrioa. City of Rich
wont. Thrmas Sintna, etc. and they are now being
fitted oat to supply the blockading fleet and for secret
per ice. The prices paid for these vessels are as usaal
Frasok. The Paris pipers sny that an interview
between the Ktnperor and the King of Prussia will
take place at Cropeigne oa the 'SI October. The
French naval divisions will remain off the coast
of Syria the whole winter for the protection of tbe
Fpots ox tiik Sirx. There are at the present time
thirteen or fourteen distinct spots and gronps of spots
u the sun. Three or four of them are pretty large.
They may all be readily seen with a telescope of
moderate pewer. r Ti e largest are advanced nearly
b 1 If way across tbeduw.- '
Pit ire Vk-scij. Thus far the rebels have seized
vessels to the value of S2.701.100 ; and the U. a
Navy have seized rebel ..vessels to the value of. over
Sl.fiOO.OX).' It will be remembered that the rebels
have very little commerce afloat. J ' r ' ," '.
The asgregate free population of the eleven seced
ed States amonnts to 5,"31,G13. The total popula
tion of New York an 1 Pennjlvania is 6,813,5f,0 .
being l.'.C.'JL'l more thaw all aecesondam. The
fiithting men of the rebellious States or those le
tween ei-rhteen and forty-five years of ape number
1.1 IC.OOo. while in New York and Pennsylvania they
Thf. Natioxl Loas. The eagerncM to make in
vestment iu thin Loan increa.-es. Riilroads, banks,
capitalists, firoiers, niechanics. and laborers who
have small lams in lavinf 1 banks, are solscribing
f. r the Treasury notes. The Panama Railroad Com
pany took and hundreds of thousands a-e
weekly drawn from savings Ranks to iuvest in this
NatiiWaal Loan.'t v r" f - - -
Loso" FLFiRAi!i T.I s c Tn XondonT on Ue 2?th
n!t . tefezrarbic communication was commenceil with
the tation at Tnroz, on the sea AzolT. This tele
graph line is 2..V miles long, and the experiment
was quite succe-sful, the clerks at each end convers
ing with each other upon the state of the weather, &o.
Cir-w-;tv Vnrrmns. The wine eultnrw Is be
coming an important and successful branch of indus
try in California. In one vineyard near Stockton,
cultivated by Italian Swiss, there are 80,000 vines
now in their fourth year. -. The AWt California
says : The vines were troubled last year with the
mildew, or didiuro. It is supposed that too much
water wss the eie of drses,. TbisJ year the vines
have r.o water, and are healthy, and the roots have
pme d.wn eight feet deep. ( LMtrn's : garden has
T. n vines. Umner's ganlen baa 21. U JO vines
five-sevenths foreign. He has watered freely, and
bis vines; have the tail lew."
A Srtn.vr.iD Pb.rl. We have recently been shown,
says tbe Panama, Star, a very magnificent Pearl
brought from tbe islands in the B.iy of Panama, and
which we understand will be forwarded by the steam
er to Europe, for sale there. This beautiful specimen
is consi-Vred to be of the first water, being a perfect
pear sbpe,ef a ver. briiliaat oolor, aod araong the
1 .rgest pcarfs exfstfng;
Gen. Roscncraaz was born in Ohio and educated at
West Point. He graduated fifth in the remarkable
elase of 1842, and was commissioned in the Corps of
Kug'ineer. From September, 1843, to August, 18 17,
he was continuously on duty at tbe Military Acade
my in the lepartments of Engineering and Philoso
phy. He is a Roman Catholie by profession, and
built a Church at Newport, where be was stationed
as constructing engineer for several years. Since
then ho Aaa-bffi employed, uv Washington and in
Ohio as Civil Engineer aad Paieat Agist. 11 1
Rothschild was a man of imaginative positiveness.
He foresaw that the fate of Europe hang 00 the bat
tle of Waterloo, and took bis measures to have intel
ligence of it -twetrty-fours hours in advance of the
British nation. A carrier pigeon brought him the
eventful cipher. He untied the minute legend hid
beneath its wing. He hastened to tbe stock exchange,
and boldly purchasing -consols when: everybody
thought him crazy, he " bagged" a million sterling
on the morrow.
The Gbeat xbibith or 182.--Tbe bvilding at
South Kensington is making rapid progress." The
picture gallery will be roofed in early in October.
' By the 12th of February the entire building is to be
formally handed over to the Royal Commissioners, in
(it is hoped) a eoaplele state- The first of May is
fixed as the opening Jay. No farther application
for space will be received after the SOth inst. Eng
land and the Colonies have dem nded more than five
times the tpaee of the entire building. One inventor
alone asks for 71.000 $qure ftet I la fact, Salisbury
Plain would not be large enough, if half tbe demands
now made for exhibiting space were attended to, or
granted- A trade list, compiled with a view to
clasHiacatkxi, eonfres-ra leas than 6000 distinct
traits and manufactures, hundreds o( which the gen
eral public never heard the names of before.
Gen. Lane's prolan, at ion to the poplc f We-tern
Ml-fcouri h ui the rin of the true metal. He ii.f-.ru.
them that, in futur.-. tr i't.,r will have tn-.-tel out to
them the stern viciit-i ! .f w ir." p-ieif5 : mei
sures bav:L bi-rn exhausted, vmgir:e"wi!l now be
left to d its ll-xIy work. " ll.e masa icre tf w
tuen and children." fys the pnx! u:i ition, "ly
biack-beai tei traitors, ja'ely burning " -ri 1. j on the
St. Jo.-r, nUTrrad, sati.-ries ui tl at a traJt r w.ll per
petrate ertmcs" which de:! won! I thai fer hi con
luif. TUy xl,.2l If Li A' I f.om tiLUcrt a n.1 tut
Ij that htU which yawtia fr ttieir reception." This
t stroi.g litiL'uaft; but tbe brU-riti. of the tdvlt
have c tiij..!!.-1 the delen lers f t our fla to re.rt Vo
d-perate loeu ires. The luaiiitu-Id or th it crime
deman-ls a b!.ly atri.en.t :it ? r tr.? ciiiuts of the
p.ist few njunii.s. iuU cm he uetiier U; cttiverte-l
uor suodue l um-t 1e rruJ.t i.
Yyi. There are f-.ur in-n-of-wr row lijin
at thi port, viz : Two Frjglib, one FieLch aiil tLe
L". S. fligsh'p Lanra ltr
Tn le is very duil in Panama; in fit. the Bjt
ehanti are rojt selling eii'iu h to pay txpen.-s, tn.tny
larye stocks of RxAi laving h-re.
A b.ii' 'd dLut.t and dt-p;it b:i. recently Ltca
started bere by .Messrs. Peres Piamts.
Hk;ii C.t or Livin! t CiU'tTTi. Newpipet
are an expensive ri'e-ary in Inlia, the charg.-s
lein afx.ut ? Co per yeir, an 1 the rates f .r advertis
ing very l.igh. But everything i cxreti,-:Te in C-t!-cutta,
excepting w:tsiiiti, h'c!i U il per Luu lr-l,
though even that is expensive if we take into coosi 1
eration the manner in which the articles nn- thi-i-ij-ed
to piece-?. As for rer.ts they are enormous ; n two
story bri-k botiie wiM rmt f.r il'J1 ft 15' p.-r
ni.mih. . Boarding at private housui and hotel. Co-ts
H't) n y'i-j tr iu-,iiili.
A is uu il in Calcutta, there is little or no
ania-tcmeiit, a a the itre w'.Il riot pay, and a fir-t ra'e
actor wi'.l i.ever be appreciate 1 h.-r until he ha- first
gained e-.-ielHty in Indnn. Pr.d. IU-b-y anl S'.ri
have been lately giving entcrLiintiei.ts here, anl
with H.me succesa. They leave thus fur iguapore,
tn route for Hongkong and San Francisco.
The traitor Breckinrid; b-is enti rt l the li-t
nz iin-t J.ickin -f Miouri a- a fugitive from jus
tice.' Fluting from home liko a Coi.unCn thief, he
to;k refuse in a Rehel encaiiiptnent ; wv surpri-c 1
by a b;dy of Feleril troop, but ma 1.; miiIi good u.-."
of bis lejrs, ui to (jet beyt n I buMct-reach bufore he
CuuM be overliau'ed. It i to be devoutly hoped that
vengeance will overtake him with the leat possible
delay. Kentucky is fitujus for its Sne hemp, but
hitherto the " home con-urnf lion" of the article has
not ben nn large as could be desired. It should be
i tic reaped !
Benjamin F. II allot, the man who drafted the Citi
ciniiali Platform, an 1 tbe. leading leuiocr.it. for
years. In all National Convention". I out and again-t
all party nominations Ibis f it!, lie a:iy :
We do not support tbe President or Governor lie.
cause they are lU.-puMic.nH. but tecauie they are
placed by the people at the head of the constituted
authorities to uphold Government. Wecannotcbanee
President or tjovernor by any action we can now take,
and to oppose them in the midst of battle for the life
of the nation, is, so .ir, to weaken their bands in the
prosecution of this war" for tho Union, and give
coin fjrt to tbe public enemy."
r.XTBAOiti.is art Ioij. At AMorshott c imp there
is a large spaniel. In-longing to a sergeant in the
' Royal Artillery, who ha bveii taught by bis master,
daring tedious days of camp life, to perform tH.-Jcs
.that are almost marvellous. The ilig is perfect in bis
drill, marching slow, fjuiek, and at the d.iuble, in
obelietice to the word of command. After be bad
been put through his pacfr, his ma-fer calie 1 him
up, and aked hi opinion of the various regiments
on the ground- Were - the l'luti g-rs the best corps J
no signs of approvr.l. Were the 4 2d Foot ? silence
oa the part of the d-g. After going over a half-a-dozen
names, the roister asked, exactly in the fame
tone as that in which be had put his previous ques-
;tion, the dig's OpiuioD of the Rival Artillery. lis
instantly burst t ut" into, j- jous baiking, jumping
,alxut nnd rolling.:' Thi sergeant then, calle-i for
three" cheers for the King of Prussia ; no 'sounds
three chiers fur the King of Naples ; a low growl
three cheers for the Kmptror of Austria ; siucc
again three cheers for tbe Queen of Englan 1 ; such
a volley of resounding Larks that echoed again.
Inactivity or tiik S"itiif:rm Apmy. Our tele
graphic dispatches inform ns that the Southern
Secretary of War in severely criticised at Richmond.
We find in tbe Richmond, correspondence of the
Savannah .Yiftrt of Aug. 27, the following state
ment : '
The chief topic of conversation here is the in
activity of the army. Much criticism bus lieeii pnsed
upu Gen. Beauregard and those whe are believed to
direct the movements (if the army, more particularly
respecting his failure to occupy or der-troy Alexandria
and Washington city. Congress called for informa
tion on this point, and the president referred the
inquiry to Gen. Beauregard, who iu bis answer plac
ed the blame where it really belonged. He had been
for weeks almost beseeching the War I'epai tnieut to
supply hini with the material needful to carry nn the
war men, ammunition, provisions, wagons, but the
Quartermaster's and Commissariat Ltepartuumts hcing
in incompetent hands, the battle-day came, aud found
our generals without the means of carrying the army
forward. Quite an acrimonious debate? sprung up in
the House upon the reading of this answer, iu which
Messrs. Miles aud Chastnut, of South, Carolina,
who had been on the staff of Gen. Beauregard at
Manassa. and had supported him in a most gallant
manner during that eventful day, found it neces
sary to vindicate their great chief from the aspersions
'which certain ' members were d:?pool to throw ont
against his tuilitaray reputation. Since the 21st of
July many circumstances have combined to keep our
troops in a stationary position. Rain has fallen in
great qnaritities and almost' incessantly, . rendering
" the roads impa-ssable for heavy wagon transportation,
and the marching of large bodies of troops, and there
has been a great deal of sieknes among our soldiers
probably twenty pel cent, arc at this time unfit for
'A AncTic Stout. In the spring of the year 18 10,
a whaling vessel sailed from the port of L.ndun upon
a voyage to tbe Polar Seas. .Nothinz material is said
to have occurred until their arrival in those solitary
regions, when it bocarue the duty of the crew to keep
" a perpetual .look-out 'npon tbe- horixon in search of
nn. hile thus occupied, it was fancied by one of
the seamen that a sail was discernible, ns far to the
northward as the eye Coul I reach. As the course of
the whaler was towards the sappocd vessel, a mast
became gradually distinguishable ami 1st the tnoun-
tain of iee, whioh appeared in that - quarter.lo bnuid
'the se. - It wns'now summer, nn-l-the afternoon
unus'i illy calm, whilst the whaler gra-luilly neared
the object iu view, the supposition beinp; that it was
a vessel engaged in operating upon tbe blubber in a
bay which would open to the view upon, approaching
nearer to the ic L'pon arriving, however f at the
spot, it became clear that the vessel was a wreck
embedded in the ice, and could only be approached
by a boat. This haviug been lowered, the captain
and several of the seamen landed npon the ice nn 1
proceeded to the vessel, which proved to le a brig.
The sails were furled, very little appeared upon the
deck, and all the arrangements were those of a vessel
laid up for a long period of time. Descending to the
cabin, the first object that was seen was a large New
foundland dog coiled upon a mat. and apparently
asleep. Upon touching the animal, it was found to
be dead, and tbe body frozen to the hardness of a
stone. Entering the cabin, was next seen a young
'lady seated at a table ; her eyes were open, aud giz
ing with a mild ard steadfast expression upou the
new-comers to that solitary spot, j She was a oorpc' ;
and in thrt apparently resigned and religious atti
tude bad been frozen to death. Beside her was a
young man. who it appeared, was the brother of the
lady and commander of the brig. ''lie, too, was dead,
but sitting at the table, aud before him lay a sheet of
paper, npon which was written the following words :
-'.Onr eook has eudeavoredr since yesterday morn-
twg lo- light a fire.'bnt in vain J all is now over."
At the other side of the cabin stood the cook, with a
' flint and a steel in his band, frozen to a statue, in
the vain endeavor to proenre that fire which alone
could save hitn and his companions from the cold
arms of death.' The superstitious terrocs of the
seamen now hurried the captain away from the wreck,
the log-book alone being brought away ; nnd from
this it appeared that the tll-Lucd vessel was.a brig,
-which had belonged to; the port of .London, and h:td
' aailed fur tbe Arctic region wore than fourteen years
The pirte ship Jjli'.h, mounting f -ur 42 pound
er. Lis leva captured at.l burnt several rtbe's
John C. Bre?k?r.r?-le, the Tra;t"r, ei-ncd from
Kentucky in disguise, riditg in a oxie-bortc buggy
The Rebel greasier Lady Ihv'is " has len des
trovel in Pecsacola harbor, by a I0J4.I boat's crew.
The s illors sent out fruta Leg! in to relieve the
crew of the B.-iii.-h naval ves-els in the PaciSe, are
hereafter to be sent via Panama.
The Cens-u Minbal cf Nevada- Territory bis Cn
ished hi report, and fin I that the total r-.pu'atioii,
including Ilsnierai 1 and Ilney Lake, is 10.374.
There are lol stule-uts in the iiew freshman
clai at Vale College, which number Las been ex
cellel tut enceer twi :c in the history of the College.
The prominent positions at Munso!l Hill, which
w.-re so sa llt-Tily evacuated by the enemy, hive been
"tren aliened by large bodies of F-l-ral tro-p, nn-1
our tiii-ii are now engaged in throwing up strr-ng
fo i l works. Hit advance of our urn. 7 is b.ow and
L'ghteen printers in the 4th Iowa Regiment
have firinel a Printers Union." Among them
are one Ciptain. t wo Lieutenants, three Sergeants,
and one Corporal.
The citiz'-n' of Cnntance, Switzerland, have de
termined to eri-ct a bronze statue to John Huss i n
the ex ict spot where he was burnt. The authorities
have in) longer prolonged their resistance to a ined
sure the inhabitants are bct-t on.
The death of Tom Thumb was lately announced in
the Paris p-ijrs. He is said to have died in trreat
poverty iu one of the hospitals, after having falleu
so low as to have bceu a fchow-dwarf at the country
The Mockalitig s.ua lrou has cut of! all commu
nication ttweeii New Orleans and Mobile tlie dis
tance between the places being lhO miles. This is
a heavy blo w on the Rebels.
It is si l that the Rebel Gen. Price, has not found
the 52.V),, buried by Col. Mulligiu belonging to
the Bjr.k. It is al-j said the rebels at Lexington
lost over 200 killed, nnd our loss only CU killed
and 20 woun led.
rNToov BmnoK. " Pontoon " is the name
given to s(,rt ( f a llat, used for constructing tempo
rary bridge. nnd transforting bszgiee across rivers
th-it are tjn deep to ford, nnd where there are no
bridges. Thirty-.ix of the.-e tloats (which are made
of Inl:a Rubber) are sullicieiit to form a large
bridge, s-is bundrcJ feet in length and thirteen
and a hilf feet in width, and can le thrown across,
ready for the pajge of wagons, in the short space
of tuirty-sevca minutes.
Ercry.Ouc wiiojias I'scd.It Like It!
A TIIE IIAY FHOM TIIKWAIKIKI
Vry 'nm is f-T sie exolosiv'-ljr at llie FAMILY tH0
fTS CtKY AND FKKl SToKK. U is thirou.-lily
1 I curesl, isevt ant I fracrAnt auil ftssls viUiuul w?a-.
an.I U warraiiSt, when f n-Ttj- u-l, l- lb-; oh-i (-. it
is tlie ln-st f.-l.lr tn nLir'a. Try it! SoU in CT.ii-.ict l-al-.T,
at 1 c-nt per pouuU awl Jelivertst -
2SG-CI . : A. Li. CAHTWRICIIT, r..rt Ptrrt t.
Fav . ' rj EK J Hie Piano, Jlel sleon, Muring an.I iter
l I , Tr Pi inoo m M.-I'lwis carvfuPr tune. I, ctr
Or.lers left at Uox Jo. 77, Post .:fice, will re-.-i ivc r-.n.i t
CIIAS. F. XF.WM.VN, TEACII-
3i-:ur:-4-TalIoirj C -
Old Copper aiitl
.DCRHMSrD AT THE I1IGIIKST .M.1K-
KEI PK1CK, I jr
If. IIACKFEI.n & .
, Am F. Ai A. M. L Puouiiui dk L'Ocraxik Iiuok,
vy N-. u:i ler the juriinlicti.-u o( cun nit Ciuiii
oil of the lirmi.t Central Lol,;e of France, workine in
l'ie ancleut p.- .trh !t:t-, !i"l.ls i-s r .-uhiriiietiii nn the Weil-D'-!a7
n.-m-st the full ir.imn of eaeh montii, at th'" ni l I.odc
Rof.ni, in Kinjr sireet. A"i-itin( brethren n-oict fully inviteJ
to mttt-n 1.
Au-.-u-ulS. JsO-riuil P. C. JOX K.S. P.vr. ury.
X SAX Fit A XCIM'O.
OX XKW Ydith.
In s'lrns to suit .ur.-ha.r", hy
.'so 7t LI. ll'KK.s -JlbAKiiKK fc STAPKMIOHST.
g d CASKS I.VOXS KATIIA1KOX FOR
1 If the U.nr, for sue at mauutacturers Jin.-es. Iy
-so-::m is- snow.
OLD FKKNCll'S I'KKMISK.,
OiTi-r f r jsule the wcll-knowu article of
t'ord in Ciermmi reHi.-.l salt, nml :icko.l in Turk' llanl salt,
ly i'uocan MclJiyle. 0:1 Kauai. t the lowest irii-n.
'r QUA MTV WAIMIAXTKB !
DltV OLD 11 IO COFFKH, IV HOX D,
T.ilmcco in cs, in IPiinI, lv
i.l. ltOHsCllLAKLibKi 5TAl'EXUOUsT.
oaf si r; n.-riv
Kl. UUFrSCULAEGER & STAPENHOIIST.
FOj.i1 SALE !
Oat M'-nl in ih-niijuhiis, hy
CiPIIT PEAS IX HAKKKbS,
KU. IlDKCHLAE'iEIt is PTAPENIIOH3T.
4 4 II A I.F lillbS.. 200 5-fJ A I,. K F.fJS, 1 5t
1-" 6-zal. keipi Macuulia Whiskey. 1'iht :ile hy
aio-lia J. C. SPAl.UINil.
ItV THF I1IIIT1S1I CblPI'KR IiAKK
" Tlionifis Daniel !"
&c.j Ac., Ap., Ac.
CSI-3m JAMON, UKF.KS A CO.
iik 'WWk IItS. KOXA COFFKE NEW
t 9 A f f CHOP. For sale hy
j. C. SPAl.L-I.VO.
t IZ. K. It. II Y ASS' am:,
JUU i or sale by
J. C. SPAI.T)INO.
1 rwh n i x fn (;em i x i: sperm can-
a wr I'LL
Fur Sale hy
i noi.bs ciii.vA 4-t wiiiti: axi
1 F Checked Mailing. Fr alc hy
.... , cmritivii
tt . . . 1 1 . 1 1 . . .
I "u.KHTIn UAL IjIFLEMLMS !
V! l.tKt; F AM) VAKIFO lUKTMEXT
f A.r. cultural lnt'tJ:inetAS ui nil kiw.'.s .n h:iutt i,u.l cin
I -tai.tty :irr ci: f .r -.U.- on t'.e u;i -t reas.t! le teiu.4. aiij at
t!ie lo-ft ci:v iTi.-.-s.
I. 1. AUrUl'R i'JN. Lniir.er an.I I'.lcr,
ift-5cT O r. Vsh:.:.-to-i 1'avi St . ?ati FranriM-a.
00 I'ortls Ilt vt Fire Uood !
DECKIVKP 1'KOM Mil l AXI KAFAI,
t. ti.f i-nuUri of the un.krs. :!. a: 1 forwir ly
j-j.:;i vos H il.T A. 11 LI e K.
NEV COOKS! NEW BOOKS ! !
I"K 5 ALE AT
WHITNEY'S BOOK STORE !
Los (0:1. y Ih.-e 15. H .rv. v ji7
Eu-t Vi nsk.:, ty oliv-r Wer l. il II .!n-,2 vol. f2.a0
Av-:iahi k i'ai sks of" li-KASE, l-y J Ziiii K:l.s. M. D., ' a
ih.it i.ouM 11. ev-ry fonily $ 1,(12
Min'c Lj f, t.y Mr. k::i-t.i--. f ni.-,-riy Ai.11.1 Cm Muirau.$J.7 b
-i.u IUi.r.i-v lUiU' 1 MiM. iU..i,fiTjou!ifm.-n 17
IK leu-in a I'BSini-r. - U',iT .'iii -urn. mj oima
F01--VICTOSnA, V. I.
In PACKAGES of 200 lbs. EACH,
rpiIIS FAVOUITK URAXP. FCKXISIIKI)
I now alreaJy for 6ve years in snccess'.on, always
giving perfect satisfaction, is again offcrcl to Masters
an.I Agents of Ships, by tho ouJersigncl, at a mod
erate piice. . - ' . . 1
This beef is taken from the best henl of Cattle on
tbe Iblan ls, most carefully pickled in Liverpool Salt
an-J packed in Turk's Island S;i!t, all iu soutnl pack
ages of 200 lbs. each.
We resprcl fully invite the ex-unin.ition of this su
perior Beef by all who want a reliable article, confi
dent that they will be bemfited by giving it a
vos MOLT w IIKCCK, . -
Corner F.rt ami M'-rlimt Ftr.-rt.
J. S. WALKER,
JIO.NOLl'I.U, II. 1.,
HAS OX IIAXI AM) FOU SAI.F
AT LOW RATKS!
ltl.S. AMEKICAX MIS HFF.F.
'9 llf. M.I.S. Ain-ri.-:iii Mi-s. lie. f, f..r Lui:tly use-.
C liif.H-iua Flour ehaice Inn Is,
X. r HcUft.r.1 'l'iIinc,
Anchnrs IUI.I I h.tl:is.
Il.inolnla Pilot Lrc-nl, (srarrante.l)
Navy llrr.l l,
Fn-h Aii'l-s, in 'in-.
Rape t-jil K'ii, ,
I'arnliiw Can II'--,
lJihinj Viirtii-h, ' .
Koua I'l-fTee an l
BEST KAUAI FIREWOOD.
Pilot ojEi'ai pli i e (1 a Her y.
rjilIF rXDEKSIBXF.n WISHES TO IX-
M. t "nn thrt I o -!ie. tit l.:ivinj an entiro O'-w vux k nn.l
rr;i'ic -uients by which he w.ll W in iv-.--pt f any n.-w ryl-
ot i'u-tiire which may e taken either at iin Francisco or
V. ik. n iil ) aU-- nvi nJns In ?u 'Jiis .1 1:.- in t!i-1 ,i-t
tvl-, :ui.l t extretiiely low jir:oe5. Alsoa.-sures hi" frieils ami
p-itroa tB.it he wiU either lolly itisfy th-jin la Ui.It ic;ur
or no pay.
Th j.r - nt t"".-k nn hnl T.avinc been s.-Iert'vl hy Mr. V. F.
llnwlnn-l. nt Sim FrAneisen. all may re-it assnrenl it Is c the
Wt u ihty an l I i:c.-t Lishioii.
-;.'.-;. ; " ' " . ' IX)CKETan.l
..I0i. W. KIN-J. Art:it,
275-"m N'-xt to th" I't :!i'---. n ;.liri.
t.'i v. vs ok ikiT. a ver- ii.i--rit.ris w. y Alice aud
Ph ilip V h.irt.,:! - 1.75
I'llltuNa I. IKK OF A S Oil ' J ICHSU.i, b "ii ,.$.bO
Mi i.iikV Lit E or Tkist, 1 y t!i Uev. H. Liucu;a Way-
li:;l, 1 fi
HlrTokv the Li.-ctric T c'c. -T;iih, $1.TS
t HAGKFSLS CO";
OFFER FOR SALE,
The Cargo !
COXSlSTIXCi OF A XI'.W AXO SFL.EX
ili.l -s..rtin:ot of lieraiiin, tiilisli aiiJ Freoeh gooils,
exproH-ily si Iccteil for the
Dry Goods, .etc., etc.
Fncy Print-, new styles: white gronnil do Uo Jo.
Foucy ami s;.t Swiss Mcslin,
Muslin Hol es niiel Morula? Dresses.
W hile Shirtiii)ri dilTi rent iulities,
Flack ami Illue Cotton Velvets.
V lotennil Iral Mi'lcsLins,
Plain Iilaek I.u-.tns Orl--:oi an-l Alp o-cus,
S hit.; Cot mn I'rilU,
Suiierinr ll:iek ami col-ir .1 Al-iu.-ea.
li.ue figured Ali:ieea,
r.!:iek anl cohnv.1 Ci4urv.
fruH-iior WnnK-n Thibet?,
Worsted Lntini.-, M.icl:, Milt- un l tn en.
b-4 t.U-ached Table Ihimatk,
ColnreU Table Dam.isk,
A Jiortinent of fine Linens,
l.iiK ii Cambric,
V Lite L;oe,
Pup-Tie. Ma stxl blue Eroailrloth,
Superior )lue twilled Flannel, pauish stripes
Superior white iuid colored Flannel,
liiiiithiiins, new slyb-s.
While ami pink Be J QuiUs,
White Welt ami tjniltin?.
Urown and white Linen Turkish Towel.
A p1-n.lM anrtm(Tit nf?illc for ilrrsises, latest styjes,
A sru:ill amnrtuii-iit of I-ilk Mnnlilhis, .
White Cambric Silk II ami kerchief,
Liucn Cambric Handkerchief,
J.Ik and Hu'd ci.IM silk Cravats, Tics aud Handkerchiefs,
un ib. do Sewing Silk, do Ibr Knibi-oiiU-ry,
Assortmetit of Ub.ve bud liaunUets, of kid, silk, buck and Lisle
m.ick silk Hat Kihhons, plain and fancy silk Uonnet Ribbons,
IllU-st st yle,
ISlaek Sill: I'mbrellas,
Superior bhick Cmie
r.luo Tilot Itcflni; Jackets,
I'.Lu k Alpaecas and cloth coats. and sacks.
Mack ami blue cloth Pants,
Assortment of fine buckskin Pants,
Assortment of coitou Pants, wh Mans ille A'ests,
Hickory Shirt", white cotton and fancy colored Shirts.
Wliitr cotton Shirts with linen nnd uiusliu bosouiP,
SVarb-t ami l-.Iue flannel Shirts,
Pilk and fino lainbswool I'n lershirtu,
Pink, white, brown, and fancy striped X'ndorshirts,
Larje assortment of cotton and silk Socks ami blockings,
Sucriir prny and white merino Socks aud Slockiiiijs,
Silk mid cotton Klastic Suspeuders,
Black silk Hats,
li.-nt's brown and white Ij-hiirn Hats, new styles, trimmed,
dent's French felt Hats,
Lndics aud children's Leghorn Hats, trimmed.
Supeiorr English Saddles, ho-rskin nil over, complete,
luiiuitiou horskin seat Saddles, complete.
Silver plated bins and slirrupS,
Iron tinned bitts.
Liquors, AVincs, etc,
Pnp-rior Holland Oln, in I'.askets,
tio tlo do cases,
do Port ami Sherry Wine, in cases,
-. 1 . 1 s llyass' Ale, in quarts and piuU
Sii-rior Ch unpagnc,
t halons, S.. M.
Swiss Cliee, Weftphalia Hams, Knlish Pie Fruits,
Jams and Pick!, s, wl.ol- Itl.e k P. -'r, Clexolate,
Sop rii.r Kii-.-li?h Mustard in IS botlh-t,
Stearin can.lii s, in U-s !bs each,
Livtrtiou! yellow and salt water Soup.
Cutlery, Hardware, etc.
Fuprrior pen ami prs-ket Knives and Seissc.rs,
S.ihrs pocket Knives,
Coc.n hand)- Sh'-ath Knir.-sj,
Tailors' Tbinit-b-s, pl.1t.1l Tlembles,
Nee.ll.--. il.iruiii(f needles, LIk iuid plated pin",
Superior Razors in hnxes,
iron t niucJ SauceoiuiS.
Crockcrv and Glassware.
Ewt rs nnd basins
Suar snd PnttT Rowls,
Covcrcl vegetable riisbes, Oubli-ts.
Cut Claret OUssrs,
Cut PlK-rry Glasses.
Il.-st F.ussia Cordage,
lil.u k Paint,
Chr -nie Tellow.
Lust k..:g'u;li b-nled Linseed OU iu ir m ca-s..
Iwnil'le hoot and thimbles,
Ik-st ih White Lead,
Paris and Chnmie Green,
Printing Taper. F.-xdwap and I-otter Paper,
tlilt eslee-l It'oolscap PaiT, Knvi-loiw-s,
Suix n.sr Sv- 1 pens, l- i l lVn -iis, p. rt-monnaies,
Calfskins, Ivory nn.l TurtV t-b.-ll Combs,
lia r lb-ashes. T0.1U1 aud uil 1 '.rushes,
lo-ii-jiti I.u'. iTi's Kvtr-ie:. Hair ; 1 . fancy Toiht Soap,
Linn Throl, Wm r'i Sjsi-.l Cotton.
Mother-of-pearl l!utto:is. oonc aud metal Pultons,
Violin StrUijT. Ostrich Feathers, Kncl'.sh Playing CarJ3,
Silver pUited candle sticks with class dl.adcs,
l!iu". s -arl .-t aii.l irray cs.lea Ular.kois,
Stuv-rior whit-- V'wii n Sunnnrr Itlnnkets,
(iilt framed ljokinp U'.asses, Copy Hooks,
Lurav Mirr.-rs with marble plate,
Artitieisl Flowvr. Wreath, jlc.
i me lU.'.diA Cigars,
THE FAST S.IL!yi -AMERICAN I T. Ill
- J. W. SAY A P.P. MaVr..
Will b-avc fr the n! --ve j- rt WITH LU ?i'ATCU.
For Freight i Passak-o. apply to 1
TfcD. Il'iFFSCHLAEGMU .V ST I PE VI!' "P. ST.
- - "Js; in
REGULAR HILO PACKET.
.T3.? p Ji7
nv joii r. coMirnsif .
.- . i.. -ie -e .
NEW GOODS at" Auction.
r 1 1 r ISSSS o Vt -
f uv j. ii. ciiu:.
From London. ia Vicfoiia,
i:v fc ssn:s:x ax;iiok
j r-ich. r, auihv ot 11 .tie. Axe and r-aluie bas,.... 1.T5 i
11. -id F-.tL ly Tim thy Tiu- n.b 1,3a j
"W ill Icior llonelulii 'r Ililo.
HEt'I I. AUI.Y l'Vr.KV Wi:i'K" !
CAP.IN PASSAGE to i r fr.-ia Uilo 5.
3MJ-,'ra - A. K- C LA UK,
VI?IsLS, FASI0 A: TO.'S
x i n i: s s , 5?Q5J
BV THE liK'jL LAR PACKETS 15 ETWEES 1I0N0LL LC
ANL) S A N F 1 I N C 1 SCO.
For the speedy id an' conveyance of Mercr-.an.lisr. Cc iu. let
ttrs and vaUub'ie jsirci-is, to all parts ot Iho
UXITUD STATUS, CANADA AND ECROPT..
The Airent at H-.nolulu sell bills of exchange in sums to suit
ou Weils Farno Ji to, Sau Kriuciscor New Vrk. Ato.
Wells. Farpo Js Co."- fr.i:.t;.-d I. S. Oovnm.tit ertTi-lT-s,
which pass fret i-vr Caiif.aia and eoast routes, aud over
the Atlantic route from Saa Francisco to New York.
Commissions siud coiiectautii promptly attended to.
246-uiii A, J. I'AKi WKIiillT, Airent .
1 TIlKKEil'lllTER HI.OCHJ.
, iini..rted Pull, tor eale. ior turdicr particu
l.irs, a;-p'y to
si. f.N. KJItllsU-i.
Waialu.i, UaU, October 31, ISO1.. 2S4-liu
'FRIDAY, -Nov. 20. at 10 o'clock, A.?!.,
AT tH'K ?AU:S tUHM,
Will I sol.!, and kssortmeiit purobased fir lhi market,
cei.sij.ting in part of
.KFCF.. TWKKI COATS. I'.tXTS.
MISI.IX. LADIES- AXI) CRXTS
Auaiaelte, Ginsrr Iniiid;. Jauiprr C'ordiul.
Curni-aa, ltiHf-iil. I'ie Fruil, Jkr..
ri llXITFUK! AXI) HOIISKS!
Ex " COMET !"
DIRECT FIIOM "VKVV YORK, AX IV-
OlCK of the eekhrateil
f Davics &. Jones' Shirts !
The penuitieartideNo huisbuy.
..McCuLUAN t CAMPBELL, Tailors,
2sj,-2m Port Street.
GUYAQU1L HATS !
AG'KXFKAli ASSOItTJIKXT OF TIIF.SF.
iK-nutiliil ll.ns, aibiSl (r irent 'emeu's wear. Just
eceived, aud uow oiK:tM.d, and for sale by
MH?. O-XETI.L. "
' 2St-lm ' " ll4.el Sireet, opposite, the Cajitou Hotel.
TIIK ONLY IIEI'OT WIIKIIK METERS'
Hl'TTEIt IS SOLI). ' i
Fre.vh Molokai Dutlrr! j
FROM " pj
Ketfnliirly recrivnl nml roiiMlnatly fr nle by
2-0-Cm J- STEWAHO.lirvcer, Hotel sire,.
TO MASTERS AND OWNERS OF
V'M. IIF.NKY TRESrOTT,
ACTING SECIlETAr.Y OK STATE TO THE VNITED STATES.
To alt whom Tttrr Pilii w! xhiii fo;i, Orretintj .-
KXOW TF.,TIIATt:F.tJRt; E E. X FT C 1 1 Ell
. a citiwn oi tin Ci'ited Spates, hat tile.1 in this li'-partnient
tlie rc.piired notice of the discovery of guano on Howlanw
Island, iu thff Paeitie Ocean, the same lyfter in North latitude.
Go nun., and in West loncituih: ITd drg. f.2 min.
TlKtt notice of the occupation of said Island, in the name of
the Cnitod State, by A. t,. Itonson, on lvball f himself and Lis
associates. Win. W. Tuylor and said Oeorge E. N etcher, has
ulso lK-n filed.
And that the t'nited States Guano Company of New York, a
corporation of citizeus under the I.is of the Slate of New Y ork,
asi;;nce of the asslirns of the pnrti.-s nforfaid, lias entered into
sufficient bonds, under and coordi:i to tho provisions of the
Act of the Cuiiirre's of 111-; I'nited States, pissed on tbe
eighteenth day of Annst, In the year eighteen hundred and
When.-f'ire, the t'nited States Guano Company is entitled, in
resrsxt to tlie iru 1110 on tbe luiid island, to all tbe privileiri iuid
ndViuHutrcs iuUriided by that act to be secured to citiens of the
Vnite.l States who may have discovered deposits of puano ; pn
vided, tUvays, that the said I'nited States Uuano Company
shall abide Ly tl.-e conditions and requirement imputed by the
Act of Comrress nfor-'said.
Iu witness whereof. I, William Henry Trescott, Acting Secre
tary of State of the I'nited Slates of America, have
hereunto set my hand nnd caused the seal of the
a, Deiwrunent of Mute to Imj alhted at Washington
iu. p.j tfjijj seventh day of August, in the year of our Lord
one thousand clt-lit hundred and sixty, and of the
XndeiM.-ndeticc of the L'niled States of America the
WM. I1ENUY TUESC0TT,
All persons not duly authorized are hereby forbid occnpyinR
or removing puatio frm tlie above or any other Island, llock or
Key lielonein-; to the Company, us published in the New York
Tribune, March 8th. 185'J.
(Signed) A. G. BENSON,
2S3-Cm President United States Guano Company.
-HT0 WHALEMEN !
VISITING NEVT ZEALAND!
AlCAROA, Nl-TW ZKALAtn,
Lat. 'Middle Head), 43 48' 34" S., lotip. 173 6i' 47" E. i
rnvlllS KXCELLEXT IIARltOK IS SITl'ATED
Ml lit the S.E. end of tsanks' Penii.suhu Latitude (Middle
Hrarf)4J 4'J 34" S., long. 173 5i' 47" E. High water r."
aud c. 3 hours 24 minutes.
The heads are remarkably bold and high. The S. head Is
much the higher, with a reef" running off a short distance ; off
the N. head is a luriie llat rock, called the longboat. The
bn-adth of the entrance is about three-quarters of a mile ; the
Course in Is N.XY. at first, and then tlie harbor turns nearly due
N. Great caution mu.-.t be observed iu enuring with a S.W.
wind, as it rushes in baffling and heavy squalls over the laud
ubovo the S. head, whioh rises to a height between 1500 and 3000
f.vt. Ucpth of water, 14 fathoms inside the heads. The usual
anchorage is on the E. shore, atiout 5 miles up, in the first ly,'
with a row of bouses ou the. In-aeh, in 5 to fathoms. Give a
pl Urth to Green's Point b..f.re entering this bay, as a reef
extends about one-eighth of a mile ntf it. The shores are hold
to throughout. If a hot wind is blowing from N.W., do not
attempt to enter, as it Is dead out and very puffy off the land.
Punning in with a stronc S. W. wind (by which the hot wind is
always followed.) keep under low canvas, lower lifts well taut,
nnd fore tnpinast staysail up. Willie-waws are sometimes to 1
e.-rieneed wheu Ix-tweeu the highest lands, ul.out 1 mile
t 1J miles inside. When you have alt the town open you are
abreast of fi reen's l'oint. Th l-st and most convenient berth
is oir.s-u' Point on, with the ne.t point of a little bay S. of it,
nnd the southernmost h nise on tlie beach, with three d inner
windows oil the pM.f. (.truce's Hotel.) on with the low building
to the westward of it, 1 nnlu olf shore, in 3 fathoms. Holding
ground stilf, retentive clay, covered with blue mud. If any
shis are in the road, tho only consideration is to give Ux-m it
clear berth, to weigh with the wind from tlie westward. The
Harbor Master will always board you.
Collector of Customs and Harl-or .Mast. r.
Cosb.ra noune, Akaroa, June 37, 1860 34.l-3oa.Iin
-Commission aw ruRciiisLG
Valuable Ileal Estate
AT AUCTION !
Oil Saturday Xc xt, November 30.
I V VI11TI E OF AX ORDER FROM
wjm uic v-11 j . 1:01c vouri, wm isr voii ni fuoov .1 u.
1 " S11 1 11 r ilii y . XovcHibl-r SOtli. lKtil, at lit
o'clock, ii. n, at the Sales Kootu of J. F. Colburn, iu Honolulu,
the well kiiuwu tract of land known by the name of I. A I E,
111 rwooiuuioa, eaau, im.ii eouiiiiiuiig ainiui wKiuitunui uoe j..--ture
aJid kalo kind, and well situated lor gr.iiig aud agrieul
turat sirMjs-s. The laud is leased u good u-u-uit. uutil lat of
June, lsoi, at a r -ntal ot $ loo per aui tuu he whole ulferiuf a
gwl chance fer investment.
Terms ui.i.le knowu at time of sale
J. F. COLlil UN, Auctioneer. C. KAN AINA,
Honolulu, Nov. 6, lMil.
e. For further particular
J. W. At SPIN, or
Guardians of W. C. Lunalilo.
AUCTIO 3KT .
a -aia" j (
EX BRIC ALOHA."
On Saturday, Nov. 30, nt 12 1-2 o'clock,
Near the scales or C. I". ard, tjip, will be sola, ex vrig
AIOHA ' ;
XVhale boats, " - AVhaling Gear.' '
Mincing Machine. Try Pots,
And numerous Sundries appertaining to a Wlialeshlp.
OROEUS FOR PURCHASE OF MEU
clian.lise and articles of every description, are Solicited
by the unilersicnil.
A residence in this city often yf-nrs, and an experience in the
business, of nearly the same length of time, are considered
a sullieient to wxrrant the eonfld.iiee if persons in tlie eomury
who iM-uasioiialty require to make purchases l.eru, through the
aircney of a reliable party; or who may be looking Tor a p'-rma-neiit
Aeent iu S.ui Fruueism. To eith-r tlie advertiser r.tTer his
services, assuring all who intrust orders to him, that no ctT-.it
shall tie soared to execute their eomniitsi.ms satisf u-tor:!y.
All Orders mut tx.- itecoui pained with tlie Cash or City
Th"e d'-siring infnnaHon concertiiifr the undTi'.'ned, are
Wm. T. Coi.kman Co., San Fr.iiicisco.
J. II. Coonii t. Co.,
C. IM.IJiV, Druggist,
Fi ist, Pkabodv i Co., "
Ika P. Kanwis, "
Ross. IlKMpsTrlg 4 Co., "
J. Anthony .t Co., I'nion Oflce, SncrameTjto Cltr,
Ami u the rrojnietvrof the 1'iC. Cummektial Akvkrt.skk,
N. B Orders for Machinery, Pianofortes. M-Iod"on. 8ewirr
Slach'nes, WaU.hs.-s, Jewelry, A.cn wiil be uUcixk-d to by com
I.. P, FIMIER. -
C"VVI-?IHS AMI Pi HI H lslMi AOtST,
C20 WASHINGTON ?TKEKT, op stalrv.
Opposite Miuruire's 0 ra House.
02-tf SAN FKANCIdCO.
riiiiE rxnrusiKXEn has opexed a
M. H'llBEK-YAlll and a GENERAL STORK, oo the
former Custom House Premise, at Luhiua
G v1s soi l at inod'-rato prices.
oso.tjt - A. L'NNA.
IJ1.1XU SITTIXC DESKS for connting rooms,
Cabinet Icsi.f fr,ro-n.-As,
Fi r sale hv
C. P.KEW Ell it CO
FST RECEIVED EX " VAXKEE,"
1 jo bbii. extra new Saluiua.
FOR FAMILY USE,
1W half bMs. Salmon. For sale by
C. BREWER Jfc CO,
IP VIU XO. 7 FA I R 15 A XK'S PLATFORM
SCA LES. on w!ieels large siz lute! v received.
i'..r a.. le by f-is j.n, C. i.RKWElt ft CO.
EUG. D. DURAND'S
Caligraphic Gallery !
rvOIF. I VI)ERSI(.XEl) R ESI ECJTFl" L.L.Y
L informs the Indies, and the Public of Honolulu, lhat he
has received, ex FMRrr, a NEW STOCK, including Plain ami
Fancy Cases an.I Frames of all deseriptioua, wluclt canuot be
suriuissMt by unylhing ever iinii le.l t these Islands.
E. D. D." Gallery is situated in a commodious, central,
and at the same time ret ir-d place, and those who will favor
huu with a 11, will Bod hiiu idwuys anxesis to give entire
VIEWS OF DWEI.EIXGS.
Taken at VERV REPI CED PRICES, in the latest styles, on
Pavkh, GuA-si,,MeUujotyv; PLites, Patent Leather, India Rub
X7 Pictures also Inserted in'Lockcts, Rings, Medallions,
Breast Pius, kc, with iieatn.-ss.
K. D. TVTRAXP, Artist,
277-3m King Street, next door to 11. I'iinond & Ron
Pilot and Navy Bread!
t-aV AOfk LBS. IMItOT AXI) XAVY
t f W y llr.-.id on baud and for sale by tlie
uuderigued, at the lowest cat h price. -
2S2-3ra Corner Richard and Queen streets.
Ou Saturday, Nov
Al Suite j;.ji,
44 II MIlS,
Vhite Pn.1 I'a-i'.s,
Mriss C'wUoo Pvs.l,
Boots an 1 Slices,
C Vrruiou Ik.
. 30t nt IO o'clock A.M.
ill he l.l sn assortment J A
Merchandise. ' '
isti.iK in jKirt of - J-
Mixed Sennet lli't,
WUiM 44 44
Pruwu Braid list,
Whiuj . 44
M.xeJ 44 "
lUiys' 7-onave Hats, '
bylin " .
liiMvu U-M-n rants ,
Furuilure. , ,
CttkCa Spire Ell (era,'
1 bltl. Wkiikrr, !
On Thursday, Dec. 5, nt IO o'cl'U, A. M.,
The undersigned will sell at public auction, at his Slc lUftu.
or the cargo of the bark TJkom.ut F.iaiff, just arrived tVrna
Lircnsxil, coiisiitunf of a very varied assortment of Valuable
staple giJs- 4 ' ' '
IL3 Tennt very liberal.
J. JI. COLE, Au.-sOonc.ar.
Book auid Job Printiuir.
- - ihi
FAFtlSLY DRUG STORE !
J. M. S.lIITIf vV Co.,
COR1MEII rOIlT Sc. HOTEL STS.
JUST RECEIVED EX R ADL'GA AND
jCOXA.t,"jL iuil asisuraueutiir .- ....
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
' -ALSO- ' T4
Mrs. Allen's Ilair Restorer, Fish's 1 lair ReaUwer, t
Wooil's 44 44 Iturnet's Oriental i'oolli WaiU
Cumminp's Tooth Wash, tpauldii.fr's Ulue, . . . .
- - Castor Oil Capsules, Fly Killing Paper,
Parisian preparation tor Olove cleaning,
Lenr.oiii for grcese sjoits, Coojier's Gelatine,
Mrs- iuslow's Soothing Syrup,
Sails of Lemon for ink iot,
Chinese Vermillion, Lily White,
'.. - T. ' Traok'i Magnet ic Ointment ' ,7
i . . Costars Rat Poisonv Lal.y Powder,
Dickey's Flea powder. Hair lye,
Marshall's I'terine Cathollcon,
. . Together with the usual assortnieat of 1'aieut Medlolues.
FFER FOR Si'LK THE FOLLOWING
(ioods, jut i-aceived i.-r Uaaoveriau brig. , ,j
r FRO M II 4 il.B UBG:
- - DRV GOODS. " - -- -- "
Bales Fancy Prints; - '"
44 Pink and Yellow Prints,' ' " - 4-'
44 Purple Prints,
' Red and Rlack Prints,
" llrown Cotton,
Rlack Alpacca, -'.( i ; '
. Blue Orleans, , - ' .:,'. t . ;
' , '- Poueeau do., . - ' , - ' .
i Pink io., - ' 4 5 - - '. v ' j, ,
Figuml do., 4
Oregon Checks, " ,
Casbuiercs, - ' i
Vletoria Uirn, i " - " -- fc
Light and dark Blue Flannel t
Line Flannel Shirts. ' '
India Stries or Dimities,
. Whita and colored Mul-liin, . , r -
Illack Cottou Velvet, ' . J.
lllue do. . do.,
llrown and black Linen Thread,
Cotton Thread, white, blue and black.
Rales Blankets, assorted colors, larjre sizes, ,
Black Silk Velvet, ",.
44 44 v 44 Rn.bons,'
Silk and Satin do., "
' Velvet Bracelets, ' . '
Blue and black Bra-ulcloths,
Bl.lck Silk Vmbrellas. . , j"
CLOT II I XG, SIIOES 'aXI) HOSIERY-
Blue and black Cloth Pants, - -
Moleskin Pants, ...... .
' C - Bristol Pants. ; ,S , "i":4i.-- .
--e .S---. .... ... ,.-,s j-t. I
- Check vi Pnnta, .--Tie.
; Patn'. Leather Shnes,
Prxwn Crrfton Socks,
Blue uiixi-il do..
Striped and c.ors d-., -Ladies'
W ..len do..
. . . Suspid.s-s, ass.rteii.. - -
BatchT Knives, assorted, - -
Sharp' S'-e I1'"4.' ' '
Saw Fib s,
Tabl.- Kniv-s and Forks, j
Bologna Sausage. ;
, Crujhfl Sugar,
', , S n -apr re pepi-r,
LKirORS. . ?"
Holland Gin, in cas -s of 12 bottles each,
" 4- of IS - '
liass A: Co.'s Pale Ale, in quarts,
11. M.iietii i; Sons' lo., do.,.
H. Iieetjen's ilo. !.,
, B u-clay ii Perkuis' Porter, do. . , . .
SCXDRIES. ' i
Genaine Kan de Col-nm,
44 laibin's Eli:u-t.
Stan ling Riirsttitr. - - -
.' . Tarred Covrlare, ..:.
Manila Cordage, '
4 Whsle Lin",
Ratlin Stuff, '
- I'mnj. LeaOwrr,
Haw Limerd Oil,
, , Ieck LiyhtSj assort'
An nwortnirBl mf Knx'ish Crown I
NEAA GcO ODS !
I'PERIOR SFGAR-CCRED HAMS,
3 Fresh Lard, 10-lb tins, -
Sujiorlor Dried Aji.!os,
Knpli.oh l;tiry Chcew,
Half ;tnl iUitxter tiO-v liaisifi!",
FinoTaLloSa.lt, ... ,
Ca-sce Suustige Mcitt, ' . .
41 Mince-pio Meat,
' -. assorted Meats, ;
Kpains Paper, ! - -
Superior Blacking, v -., .-
New Currant?, -
For sale by H. SATTTK1E.
12T'sl-3ia fill Fellow's Hall. Fort Street.
THE roXIMKRCIAL ADVERTISER ES
TABLISH. M KNT has recently added U IU supply ot ma
chinery, one of RCOGLKs' IMPROVED COMBINATION
PRINTING PRESSES, capaMe of printing one thousand sheets
per hour, designed for small jobs of any liud, but war ex
which can now lc executevl in a style of unsurpassed ele
gance and beauty, on tlie finest of paper, and at lower prices
than the same can be procured at Sou Francisco or auy hTels
iu this ocean. ' ' '" . m
The office is also supplied with one of the celebrated. . , .
V!iV! $o t-i
capable of prinliug cards with a Ixaauty bordering on perfection,
which excited the unqunlifleil admiration and aanMemeot of
both their Imperial Highnesses the Japanese Ambassadors,
during their visit here In March laid, who condescended to niin
utely examine Its operation, and commanded their artists to
take sketches of this an.I our other presses for the hifunaation
of the Empemrof Japan. .' "" '' .'"', ,'o
.. For Uook-work, Pamphlets, Tracts, Newspapers, etc etc,, w
are also furnished with one of
Adams' Imperial Book Presses.
on which the world-reuowneil Harper' Illuminated Pictorial
Bible was printed, ami which is capable of doing the Hucst
printing known. In this branch of our business we are prepared
to execute all work which may lc offered,' in Hawaiian, Eng
lish or any other language, on the lowest t"rm. '' j
For all oilier kinds of work, ordinary and extranrdlnary.
Trout the smallest druggist's labels to tlie most lengthy state ap
pendices that may be Issued from tho portM!0 of tlie Foreign
-Otaoa,w ImveUm fullest and most aujilaflSsjrtiucotufi'jiiit
ing Materials ever collected in this kingdom, and tlie best work
men tq be fount aiif 4 Uis Pacific Qf eii.
To be brief, we have recently addeil, at considerable exiense,
over flftjr varieties of new tyi t for a Ire ad tstausiv eollrc
iion, and a large assortment of plain and fancy wedding, tusi
nss, bnU aotl other cards and note papers, with cbolrav cap,
bill-head, letter and other pr, of all slaea and colore, largv
and small, and arc thus prepared, at the shortest notice and on
the lowest terms, to print anything aud everything that uiay be
wanted, whether --
ADB-RESM CARDS, '
BUSINESS CARDS, . , , ' .
- ' BALL- TICKET4',- -J i 1
' ' ' UILLKTS OF ALL KINDS,
CIRCULARS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION,
DRUGGIST'S LABELS, "...
EHIP AND SCHOONER POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS AND BOOKS, '
BY-LAWS AND CONSTITUTIONS,
ENVElwj E LETTER ADDRESSES,
20tf 1 " ' " 1 LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS.
the "American war !
Pa pel's aiullllasaiilnes.
rfVHF, FOLLOWIXO AMERICAN' AXD
, My -AND LNtfUaH ,-AEWSPA PKKa 4at M A AAAjV KM,
eaa lie supidied rt itny time. Ti..-s paper re farnistisxl by
the srhs-ntsrtN HETTER CONMrtO ANB CKKAPEK
Uian ih--y can Iwi prrKmreri (rt si any other soareA, cither II
California er Now Vork rnobtdreg postagK. Kubscribera win
receive Wi-itri u-iit-ly on tho aniral of eact n-ail from baa
Franeisen, wlien pl.i fbrtu ailvanof. - - - '
Ni pers'in wb i take any interest in the political affairs of
tbe old countries, should b withaul a regular anppb of aoe or
more monthly ier:oilicals. The following prict-s cover tbe
Hawaiian, .inerican and British (xtages ou tin same.
. . MAGAZINES.
Harper's Monthly Magazine,
Atlantic Monthly Magazine, - v r. s - t
Godey's Lady-. " - . .
lyeslie's Magazine of Fashion, - - -' '
Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, - .
Kuickerlxjcker 44 - . -
Ecl.-tic 44 -, . - ,
Litlel's Living Are, (weekly) - - - -
Blackwood's .Wag.tziii. (English) . ... ".
The London Cornhill Magaciue, , -r . -
Tbe In.lou Templar do. - ' -
Hl.u-ktro.sl and tli 4 British Qa.irterliea, - ' -1
Either of the 4 British Quitrterliea, - , ,-- ..
ENOLTSH NEWSPAPERS. ;
London Illustrab.-d News, (wwkly) - -
44 Evening Mail (trl-weekly .E liUo-2 of the .
Lfindoii Times,) . . . - - . .
44 Pun.h, (wekly) - -
44 De-iimtnli, 44 - -'-.- - ' -
Tlie Examiner, - - - - x . ".
.. Ib-iPe Life in Li.ndon, - - - -
Iouilon Wwkly Times, - - - - "
Llovd's Weekly Newspaper, - - -
Frevich Cotrrb-r des JCtat Cais
$ 6 00
. 6 00
; 6 00
1 Is 00
t 2 00
. J4 00
' 8 00
obti-t d-s jttt cats, rf - r
New Tork IL-nld, (weekly) .... $500
' 41 - W..rH ' 44 ' - 1 v 4 . " t 4 ft no
44 TrUnin, 44 ' - '.' .'-: '. . 4 4 00
44 44 Tims, 44 - - - - 4 OO
44 44 1,-dger. la Su.ry Family Paper.) - too
44 44 Vanity lair, (the American Punch,) - 6O0
Leslie's Ilbistratd Newspaper, (weekly) - - 6 00
Hari-r"s Weekly, - . , tecJ .if - 6 OO
San Francisco llerakl, . - - 8 00
14 44 Bulletin.- . ... 8 to
44 44 AllaCahfUTiia, .- - - - 8 00
Boston Joiii-nab, (weekly) - - . - - - 6 00
" Welcmne Onest, s - . - 4" ! r i' 6 00
New B-xIford Mercury, - , - - . . - - 4 00
44 44 Ship Lint, -. , - . . - - - 4 0o
The alove list comprises th best of British, and American
psrio-lic.il literature, aul will Iw supplied to suhscrilters here
at tlie rub s annexed to each p..-riolical. They are all regu
larly received by each packet from the United States, aud
can be supplied on applle-irtoti". The undersirnrd willalsoorder
by mail any papers not in the above list for those who may desire
th'-m. "'.; t
B-si b-s the al-ive, the following papers can always be had at
the counter on the arrival of each mail s
St. Louis Republican, N. Y. Ledger,
Louisville Journal, . Uudget of Fun,
Forney's Pn-ss, Boston Journal, .
Vanity Fair, Porter's Spirit,
N. York World, California paper, '
New Orleans Delta, , Oregon papers.
And many other", too nutneious to spcrifr.
Honolulu, October, 1SG1. II. M. WHITNEY.
ROCER'S CnOWY STRAW WRAP.
ping Paptrr. - - .
Order's Double Crown Wrapping Paper.
Druggist's Me nils rADTetii? P.ter.
44 Whitii 44 44 -..-
1 For sale kiw hf . -9Sl-3ni
- II. M. WHrrSKY.
- lr:i. vi 11 JLpcr
OF VARIOUS SIZES. BRISTOL BOARD
and Card Beard, White, Red Yellow and Oreen.
. For sate by
251-2n n. M. WmTlT EY.
SlAPS OF THE UNITED STATES.
A FEW MAPS OF THE EXITED STATES
2. on rollers- Prior H OO. For sale by
11. M. WHITNEY.