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NV.v M; -!. U't hve nrivt l fr tn the puMih
r. Mr. rir.-iy. .f Sin i'r iiicli'-o, a ww LV.lil, enti
tle 1 .Ti . ... -im-ipr-l fr the g ut ir anl
plat.-. iK- nni'i': t,ii,? Ly Mr. J. T. livens, w-,.,-
:-it re I irelj our r si lents will ren.mLcr. This
licitly vstcufe-l fj):o:!t.e: -f riiu-.;o f irni'-lie an
other e i i uc' of t'ae n-lv.tiiccriierit which Cil'.fonii U
iu'.in,s t" r-! nr in li-pen lent anl f--'jj .porting
ro-it.vii. w r.. ti ;e th it this billi 1 i-j r rit.te l frotn
'jr.-', rcvlericg it much iieatt-r thin if r.rititeJ tn
ith.gr;r'!i, as is l.ne at the Y.xzX..
Pk'.fit asu L-s-i Were it allowable to report in
the pipers the Birth? occurring. we might recor 1
toly at let ix i rin; the pist week auutig our
fjr.-in ji.p'ii -ition. Mothers, however, appear to
have ;iri antipathy t t a puhlic "iliiiotiiiCeniel.t, ari l
1 :n: jro-slp ni'ist supply the function of a ne7p -.r.er.
Tha nit'.ve-j h iv the f im-j aversion t' pubiij an-i.oiiiir.-rti-rit
if Jrth-", anl th'i. while the I.-aths
nre r teoTfe-1 v ry ne irly correct , the -l it of birth
is u. ji.tnpif-re. Although births are requireJ by liw
to b rrp-jrie i to th- 'A v: itiu:il Iep:irttnriit, pru
briMy not t.i.t b.i'f if them are so reportel.
Jlf The Fii-ul of this ii. " nth is an unu-u'ilij
intrr-f in i.urnher. givin a j-kfl-.h of the tJitor'a
trip to fiwv.iii, written in hi- tye-:in-l--ir.-iijt-rk"
s'v'i, I liig full of inei Icnts :in ! i.i.t-i;-
J . . t - cai.:"t f l inteii-i-t in rca kit.
Zzf' Mr. J. V. King Ln it-cent ly reoptiit'l liis
phxt.igr ij'h rooi.t in the bail ling formerly f.i:cifjiel
by Mr. Iur m I, ;i lj ii:iing &ore of Mr. 1'iinuinJ,
wlnn- !n; is j rer .ire 1 to furnish pictuic in the bet
tty !e of ih ti t.
:r vit. 1'i.ATr. The attenti -n of tr;.lers anl all
ether refilling marking pliU is directed to Mr.
Thru:ii" notice in another column. The specimen
fxi-cuitl by hint area neat anl satisftctory a uuy
He hive s-.-n initxrte 1 from abroal.
n-risi -:i.v Tin? Schooner A'tliimn, which
for a iig time Ins been employe. 1 in Tarioii txpe
li rlori- t f -rein p-irt., ha bi-eu l ii 1 ou a a c i liter,
an I wilt hereafter run toiv iui, touching at Xiwili
wiii. K .! ; i an 1 U'.iinie.i. lie i one of our be.t anl
I'll, r ...iiM'ii .i.i:i'M. Mr. 'h i3.? ha rc-ive l a
T irirty -f thee aibuinCjr carte ile vieite, wiiicli are
well worth tx itnining.
House of Representatives.
Skvi.nty-Siytii 1ay Jn.T 20.
Mr. liii lwin, f r the Committee on Illucation,
intrti luci'l a resolution to iotruct the Committee on
Conference t in-ert in the Approj i iatiuii Diilthestini
of r7H.", f. i rebuiMing the L ihain a'uiia Seminary
bui: lin. The re-olutioti as-e l without pp.'itioii.
The Speaker announced a nie-sage from Hi Ilscel
lency Mr. ire; in answer to the resolution s-um-tuoniug
liini before the H.u-e in whic'n he ilesire-1 to
,M.tpuiie further hi appearance bef.-re the H.-u-e;
l.r the rea-.n aMelel that the cletks of the otaces,
were revising anl verifying important statistical
table which be wisheT to submit to the House.
Thi c alle-l forth the i esoluth ns against the Minis
ter which were reported in our list week. issue.
Tli- -i'. r ariri' imet-.l a idi-smv from the Nolile', tli.it ttiey
li.i 1 i t!..- ii..:i.l-Ta Itill. tut W.i-lfrn-J t" concur n idi the
l. !- in n--ii'ir tli- ''ill aiit le-nz iiv' tte Ucensiiii; of ilruir
M..rr. ; an i ;.Ni tiiit I-r. lir.-;:. Ui-li' , K WiLinai. Naha-
! tu.i iti.'l Waal l .1, lia.l lr:i .iiMiut.:I a (a iiimitt.-i- u t'-n-fere'.e
on t!i- n ti r' liCiirr. re iti tti" A lri.ri:tt iofi ilitl.
)r. l-.wt:. Kihi Iti. Wii.;ni:inii, M"ku uu.l Kaajhi were
I-..ii'' .1 a similar t'onniutte-' on thr :irt i t th- H-.u..
II... M'u-e wi n! into Committee mi t!:e inH...-il A rtieU s of
Am-n ine -it to tin" nn-litu' 'Me' J irst ami s'ermi.l Arti-
I i.'.m -l mia.iiniou-.ly : the Kirt. Am. U'lii Art. -.,
of tl,. I .r-1 1 1 n. .i (.roVKlint; fr tli- Rin-e.-si..ii of ll.f throe.r ;
t!..- . .-'.ti l Aiii.anHriif Art. II a. r f.-rrin to Hi" u..le oi uirov
1114 lli3 l ij- .-ty oft'ieiat aels. A.ij.'iun.l.
S;:TV-Skv nt:I 1VY Il I.Y 30.
The SfK.-iker aniK.unceJ a iih :-ife from the
Mes. that in sreunl nice with the lesire expresse-J
by the Houie, Mi- Kxceilency Mr. firejrg lia l witli
ilriwn ir..iii the Committee of Conference, unl tiiat
Hi U-.yal Hihne?" I'rittce Kaiai-hameha haj bjen
appointed in his) steail. A'ljoiiriieJ.
Si;VKNTY-llir.!lTIl lVV .li;V.-T 1.
The House went in Committee to ilebate the pro
po amen. Intent to the Constitution. The article
reii lering the King's Mini-tern eligible to the House
.f K. pre-a'nr itivo.. was after a Ions debate, reject el
by a v..f of 17 to G ; favore l by Mesr. Widemmn,
U.io ! Webster. Kipi, K i iuwai, Kaipa. an l K i
maio ; oppose! by Me-srs Hitchcock, lowsett, Kaa
ktii. Nuuanii. and K auh ine.
The article ipf Amend mont. li:niting the Cimpei:s
tioti f liie llepre-enl atives to tl'r" fr the entire
term of servic.". w i also rej.vfed by a large majority.
The article a!!.. wing the King to appoint members
f.r tin- lloit-e i f N b'-. tor term not less than
live yeirH. p i-.-e 1 1" to 7 ; supp-jrted by Messts.
Wi leai inn and Kipi.
Ti e Art:eie bi-ing t!n IIprossiit:itioii of the peo
rl on liie otliji ii cen-u- to be ascertained every
. it:t ,' itr, instead of every fistli as now fixed by
the Constitution, also pis-el. 'J to o. A dj .un ed.
Si x rv- in: :i Iy Arnrr '2.
The Speaker announce 1 the following message
fi. :u the Miui-trr ! b inai.ee.
lii pviirMKNT hp FiNANcr, Aug. 1, lSo"J.
H.'V. Vk'n.nvi UH:.n.K,
'; ;'.. r 11. II. S,C. iC. Sir.
S::t Iteforin t. our Conversation in the Hall of
the House i f N .ble o!i Motid ty la-t, I have the honor
losiy.thit e at rytf.is out the ii;estion, I then un-der-to-
d y u to approve, I v v the . iti.-factu n of
tr ir.niitt inn a revised statement ma l up from the
Treasury l -k by Stephen Sjencer. Hwj., and M ij.
J. . 1 n. tiist both exiierk-need ncfountaiits.
I 'he it.-ieii -e of Mr. Ch ipm.in.ou account t f illnes's,
was. tejrret to s iv. c. r.-i dcrably ret ir lol the pre
pirtto ti i t the- m w table-. They will, upon their
fie", I am e-. ili l.'tit. atlord speoirtC answers to in. st
i f the tn'err.'g ifort.-s t whica my attention h i been
lii Ct al,
I am a- I ev.-r h ivt bien.ieddy to meet every eon
s';:u:io!i i! te.-i:rer::eit in regird to explanation-.
All I h in- to rt-iue-r tbat I tnzy have the chance i f
arrmin my vp iniri -n-' in such a t -rm a- siti-fy
in the b.-st ri in:i r the requirements' of the Hotise of
Very re-j-i-ctfully, iL: r .
I. L. tiKK.ii';.
she Sj.r.iker referring to the a'we eonitniiuication
from the Minister of Fin ir.ee stated with reference to
hi- ooters itton with the Minister in the IKu-e of
No-'ie that hi recollection of th-it con ver ition was
iv.- f Hows : Mr. tlreff. state 1 to birn that he did not
think that he woul 1 be ready to appear before the
H iue of Korre-entativc- on Tujdiy morning giving
a a rriion that he wi ctting ttp the tal :e of his
lep- rt afresh He (the Speaker) asked Mr. tlrejrg
wheriier he tin Ier-food the purport of the Ueolutieii
that hal been ent to hirn Mr. tireng replie 1 that
he did. but that not being ready he di 1 to t think he
would Come, but wen I write in the morning stating
w hether he would eotne ,r not. To this the Speaker
rephe 1 that if be did not come, he had better be pure
to writ. The Spekor never in. asined that he h l
any iniwer cx tlicij to und ) or alter anything that
the H u-e ha ! d tie and he certainly did lo t say
anything to the Minister implying that he had. or
supposed he ha 1. th at power neither di I he think
it nccos-iry to state thi to Mr. CJregi, knowing him
to le woil acq'ninfe-1 with Parliamentary u-ae.
Mr. K laku i move I to table the uew t-tati-ticil
rfp.irt. on t!ie ground that :i the Minister had pre
viously made hi lleport to tiie Legisliture, the
House had no authority to receive anew lleport.
Me-srs. Wi 1 einannati l I'jwsett thought the Hotise
should receive the uew statistical tables on the ground
of their being the custixlian of the I'ublic moneys,
and should know the true state of the Public Ac
count. The new tables were by motion, of Mr.
Dowsett referred to the Committee on Finance.
Uy motion of Mr. Wilemann the bill authorizing
a loan for 100,0):), wn taken from the table, and
i-rdereJ for Comicittce of the Whole.
lhe HvU-e in i ' -rmniitte itbite l the Ai tides of
An.en l:i.er;t to the ritituti. u.
The Artio-Ie r '1'iiring a j n j erty qualification of
tl'.j'l, or an annual inc .roe of -at least ir'J'VJ, fr the
li pre-.-nt of the I'd pie, j.a-.-e 1 11 to 10:
f ivore 1 by Me.-.-i. Vi i leiaiiU, Kipi, Kaiuwai, an 1
The Article allowing only th-.. " who can real,"
to be elector wa rej-.-cte-J by a laree majority.
The Article a't en-brir Article i of the Contitu
tit n in reference to the number of the JuJici iry Cir
cuit pi-."l !ni't un miino'ily.
1 ue Article, t- ti -lering l;-trict Jutic subj.-ct to
renrival by tiie S-itrf.ttf. Cuuit,n- well as by the
'irou'.t ',,urt-, ai-i ii-rel a la'. re majority.
Mr. 1I ri leil th- fir.-t tuiie a bill to amenJ
Secti-ri Iujj mil llt'Jof the t.'ivil CVle, relating to
Civil tuitr. A lj jiirne-l.
IllOIl ril.Ti! I'AV AlGlST 4.
Mr. Wib riiinn, in the Sp? iker'.- chair, announce!
a 1'itig cornmunic I'in tr.jin the Mini-.er of Finance.
The letter was rcferreJ to the C'oruinittee of Finance.
A lj mrueJ.
rWO DAYS LATER
The clipper ship S-it,e, ti Yo.-, Howes-, an ived
on Satutdiy last, en route for Hongkong, fur which
po-rt she sailed again the same day.
I5y her we have later t.ews from Washington,
bringing our date down to July 'Jo.
'I he rebel ram .--.... which recently ran out
from the Vazoo Kiver and passe 1 down the Missis
sippi through the entire fleet of Federal gunboats
unharmed, is retorted a captured. This i probably
so, a- Coin. Farr agut had a fleet sufficiently large
to t ike hr and a dozen like her.
From Noi'iiern Virginia, the accounts indicate
that (Jen. Pope's advance South wi'l be prompt, and
lapid. The plan i to move in three divisions of
abi ut 2.,,,, men in each one through the Shenan
doah valley, one through Warrenton and the thirl
near Fredricksburg. This army will probably not
lie two months in-r even one in reachingthe vicinity
f.f Jlichnn-u i, which is its destination. There i evi
dently liveiy Work ahead for both Federals and
A treaty has been entered into between the United
States and D-.-nmaik, under which negroes captured
from slaves or "contrabands" taken at the South,
are to be colonized as free negroes in the island of St.
Croix, (pronounce 1 Santa Cruz.)
Fx President Martin Van Huron died at his resi
dence in Kinderhook, July '21. He was about 7-3
years of ae.
The canal intended to isolate the city of Vick-burg,
ha been completed, an I the beseiging forces were
otily awaiting a rise of the river to fill if. It
is si-ihle the Mississippi may by this canal open a
new anl permanent channel, which will locate V'icks
burg permanently on nil island.
The interna! tar bill goes into force on the 1st of
September. The new tarilf went into force August
The following interesting summary is from cur
latest papers :
Nkw Confiscation Onntits. The following orders
were issued by the War IVpai anient, July 22:
'that .Military 'oiiim mdei s within the States
of Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ala
bama, Mis.-is-ij pi, Louisiana, Texas and Aikansas,
shall, in otditiy ii.anmr, seize for the use of the
army, all property, real and personal, which may be
necessity or Convenient for their several commands,
for supplies and oth r military purposes; and while
proper for military objects, none shall be destroyed
'2l Military and Naval ( mmanders shall receive,
a labor, within sail States, as many persons of
African descent as can be advantngifaisly used for
liiiiit uy and naval ;au pi ses, giving them reasonable
pay for the la', or. Accounts are to be kept, showing
from whom prnjerty and laborers are taken, in order
that Couq etisation ca- be made to the pn pt r parties.
Was:iim;to, Jul; '2.1. The following order lias
just been published:
Ilxt'CfTivi: Mansion, July 11.
It is ordered that t ij r-Ieneral llalleck be assign
ed the command ;' the wtioje land forces- of the
L'u it ed States, and shall be Cieueral-in-Chi-f , and
that he lepair to the Capital so si on a lie can with
safety to positions. Operations within the I'epart
inei.t are now under his sptcial charge.
Tm: Pi isi:ur's visit to M'Ci.i i.i.vn The cor
respondent of the Ti::ns learns that on the arrival
of the Prc-i lent at H trris,.:i's Landin;, McClellan
with several tther (ietieials visited him on boaid,
afier which the President and the General held a
private ctoiferei.ee of half an hour and then proceed
ed to Su er's iiea-hpiarters-, where he then took
lu rse an I vi.-ite I the entt cnchiiients. The President
briefly addressed the soldiers, and said he had come
to know the siru-itioii if all airs, and that he should
go back satisfied. If h i I b. en reported that they
had been whipped, but it was tn.t so, and he knew
they Would prove equal to the task before them, and
never give up without g ing to llichmoiid. He had
been unable to sNep, lor anxiety; but after what he
had seen he would return to Washington satisfied
that all was rij;ht with the army f the Potomac.
He declared his court lence in the army and it" corn
man lor ai:k' He continued to ride until o'cloek
in the evening, having bi en in the sa l lie for seven
The Il'ir'. gives a stitemont from a trustworthy
I'ni. n man, recently fr. m At ilanfa, (la., to the elleet
that ti.e .- ;nt c I the South is utterly broken; and
that had the battle before Richmond resulted in rebel
defeats, the rebcll;, n would have been ended. He
also says that comparatively little c tton has been
de-troyed, as liie pi inters d ) what they can to save
it; also, that the wheat crop is an utter liiiure. If
corn also failed, famine wt ul 1 be the fate of the
A rebel dispatch says that the I.ritis'i steamer
..f.rw t7)f,r,', in g ing into Wilmington. N. C.,
en the -7th June, ran ashore. She hal !,) tons
of gunpowder, which was wret to prevent an explo
sion by Federal shells. The blockading fleet wis
unable to reach her, in c. n.-cqueijje of the proximity
c f Fort Fisher.
From Corinth, July orb, we learn that ten thou
s in 1 rebel triw ps are reported at Mobile The in
habitants are sanguine the place cannot be taken.
I t tif.caf i .f,s were c tumenceJ some months ago.
Hrazz i al-o reported in command of 41' men .t
Tupels. P.reckinridge had left there with o"'Xt
men destination ii"t known. The rebel troojs were
siu rt ef provisions and clothing.
The Fourth was appropriately celebrated at Mem
phis. Sfxtches, music and toasts; salutes were also
tired morning, noon and sunset, trora the batteries
Lord Lyons has departed for Europe, and will per
haps lo t return before September. Ilis absence means
a vast deal politically. It means more than his cele
brated dispatch in the Trent case, and the me tiling
is this : that the iclatioiis with Kuglaud are so entirely
amicable so perfectly free from complications pre
sent or po--iMe, that the Fnlish Minister finds
x.othing in American alTiirs to demand his attention
or bk.-ly ti- require his service; and therefore he
seizes the opportunity to leave his post for a holiday
summer in ling! and. And as Fnglaud an l France
are one, in American atliirs, his return home means
complete amity with France as well as with Fngiand.
The llichmonl I)ij':tr.h if the Sth admits that j
McCIellan ha secured the safety cf his army in a most
rnosterlr manner. !
t- - r .
.V. . ' Y V
Kh-iimonk. The fall cf Riclanu nd, says the Char
leston .1ircnrj, w( uld indeed, be a heavy blow. 1:
is d.fficult to estimate the vast quantities of sKrcs
anl public works which must be destroyed tr aban
doned iu the event of such a disaster, 'lhe capture
of the seat of Covernu.eDt wuuld sadly shake the
confiience cf Kuropc iu our ability to achieve our
independence. We see it stated that the ucoliicial
advice iu a friendly spirit to gentlemen of high posi
tion by Count Mrrcier, during his late visit, was
never to surrender the capital.
lilt, happily, the wealth and the strength of this
confederacy do not reside iu its cities. We have
cea-ed to hope for encouragement or aid from the
Powets of Furore; and the rebels of to-day, relying
only upon themselves, will yet show to the world that
their spirit cannot be broken by reverses, and that
they are no degenerate son of their lathers the
rebels of our first Revolution.
To give an idea of the obstacles Gen. McCIellan
has to overcome, a sutler states that with a slight
wagon and one horse he was fourteen hours in going
twenty-two miles. The teamsteis go in bodies aui
help each other. When a mule gets buried in the
muJ, they all hitch chains wi the unfortunate beast
and haul it out. These wagons do not average over
seven miles per day.
Lord Clyde. (Sir Colin Catr.pbell.) the highest
military authority in liurope, pronounces Gen.
McCIellan a splendid strategist and an able leader.
T lei;rnIiic DiiIm r- to Jul 1 o.
In the House of Lords, the African slave trade bill
had been read a second time. Karl Derby expressed
his fears that unless a treaty was made with France
like that with America, the putting of a stop to the
slave trade would be inetlcctual. Kirl Russel said
that France had declined to enter into a similar trea
ty, but he believed would offer no objectiuus to the
exercise of its provisions.
Lord Palmerston confirmed the statement of Karl
Russell that the Government had recognized Italy.
He sai l that he believed Prussia would do the same.
There are rumors that France will back out from
the Mexican expedition. The Const it utitwtlle says,
the glory of French arm once vindicated and money
matters settled with Mexico, proceedings against he
will terminate. r
The recognition of the kingloru of Italy by Russia
has been telegraphel to Turin.
The H'lily .Mies editorially denounces the sar
casms and mischievous malignity of the Time for
its pharisaical and ill-timed alluaions to America in
her hour of trouble.
The .Mitrrtin; Star also denounces the Times for its
attack on American sensibilities on the most sacred of
all days (July 4th) to the American people ; and hopes
that Americans will treat the insolence of the uu
L'nglish writer with disdain. It also says that the
writer is not more an enemy to their country than a
disgrace to his own.
Lord Palmerston, in Parliament, reiterated his dec
lamation against the feasibility of mediation in Am
erican atlairs, at present; he contends that what is
wanted, is that each party be brought to apprehend
its real interest; when that is seen, nothing will pre
vent a conclusive peace; but every word spoken in
high places, tending to foreign intCi veutioti, delay
this coiisumtna ion.
Ir. lOSTCTTHirsst'DMACIl 1JITTKKS.
The sti'iiKich is the fountain head of scores of diseases which
infest the human sysO in. Indi-emion, had enough yrr se, gen
erates iliarrho-a, dysentery, faintne-s, vertigo, jatiitatioii of the
heart, general dehiliry, Ate. (let rid of it. then, tit once, l.y goinir
through a course of Hr. 11 l)ST KIT Kit's. STOMACH lilTTKUS,
a p.ilatal.le and refreshing irciaralion, whieli us surely relieves
all cminlaints of the stomach and it ileji-ndeiicie. a the sun
sliine m-.-lts the snow. A course of the iiietlicine may not ierha.
lie nece.-sary. One tx.ttle fre.U.-ntIy accomplishes a complete
CJre. Sold ly ail bni-ryl-'ts anl dealers everywhere.
TIIK i:.VIKUSI.VKI ISXOW l'KK.I'AK-
El to fill all order from STKNCI I. 1'I.ATKS, for Kiruis, Man
tations, Kice 'Srower., &c, on short notice.
Miwic, beifal docutneiit?, &c, copi.-d neatly. Ornamental
Foil lifTi'.S on jrhos, a heautiful article fur decorating Refresh
ment Saloons, liar Uooiu. &c., i-'ot up in F.IMCY STYLES.
ItilU and locouuls ma le o-it.
The public are respectfully invited to jive mo a call, a 1 will
do ail wuri; in the a'ove line, at prices suite.ltn the times.
Orders from the country and other Islands respectfully
T1MMAS C. TIIHl'M,
Cl-Siu Fort Strett, opposite the O ld Fellows' 11 all.
o A. I'. Jw. A. M. I.K 1'BiMai.s DK L'Oc kan-IK l.o nr. K
No. Ut, under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Coun-
eil of the (iraud Central Ko.l.'e of France, workine in
the ancient Scotch Kite, holds its regular meetings on the Wed
nesday nearest the full nmon of each month, at the old I.odce
K. vnii, iti Kiuit street. Visiting brethren respectfully invited
August 1. loJl-r-in", V. C. JON KP. Secretary.
Just Hcct'ivcd per " ViinSit'c !''
A M POK SAI.K IIY TIIK IXDKIlSlfiX-
il. ed a suM-rior lot of
RED WOOD LUMBER!
ROUGH DOA11DS 1 inch
L'M'LANi:i CLKAIt BDARUtf, 1
Do ilo !- 11 "
Do ilo di) 1.,
T')NT.'1 i r.ROOVD Jo 1
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It ED WlXiD CLAI'IIOAHD.
c. n. i.r.wF.i;?.
Fort and Kin? Streets.
A Kccfivi'd per " Yankee.''
t r.!:it i.AKi; c iif.ksk,
. '") tish, ie-vv cr ip,
rii r Oi '-.'oti sm- k-il l-acon,
sa-ks California iats,
es fr -sh sair--, in irias:',
Hl.-p.c--. in ul is-,
r i iri 1 cloves, iu fl'a-n,
caro. soda, iu 1.1 is-,
s i.la cra ki-r,
I'. i-ton crackers,
af T hre.i 1,
Jennv I.:n 1 cik F .r sal ? bv
SI-:CKIVKI I I-: I S. "SOI THKKXCKOSS."
A. via rati FraneisC".
Na'ive spn I 1 hal. li-d, H mud point sp.ni.
(-... j.cr- r;v- ;s :; !.. .:v and 1 itie h.mda'4,
S.ip.-ri.T flin' t-rushi s. Ip'rn t-in-.
Pi . .o r' ! rn !-h-'b--.
lii-'tano-.a t--a at 1 wat r pt--, IT ;np twu..-.
As-.'.l j-runi'-sr sle-ars, Fai'.Ty el-.tb,
ltri-s urs, slc- tfina l.
Fit::mr thread, Sa l ii- r's awl?,
lii iCKSiuith-.' lielioWS, cal- N anis,
i. caj'S, (iu.it' -s,
Shi-, p sh- ar. Axles,
Iron lunts a-jj s-.-rews. V 'a-i.ita oil t'"nes,
t'o.1 liii'S. II - t v-!..i:ii.
Wool cud-, lti .I.iunr knives.
l'.rass wir-. C ' it's revolver t.iples,
W.-nl s.uvs and f.-airtt s, lv.-ry carv. is.
H -a and eyes. Iron chain.
l' --k -t tapes, I',, ..-r wire.
Heavy pi r. Ilritaunia lamps,
11 rs.- so- nri:. Carriage lMts,
Men'- and w-'in -n's la;s, M.itSoc'm,
TitiK-d j ur. c,
F- r sale by
oJ4-2t W. N. LADD.
Sugar and Molasses !
From the Hantaticn of J. MAKEE,
ilST TlZ .Xj X !
C HOP OF l$ii'2.
For sale C.t:-0tn C. HKF-WEU & CO.
rjIIK I XPIMtMCXKIl WIIJ. I'AV FOR.
B ;;osl I'a.t Iv, -i cents j-er junnd fruni tuis di!.-. in cash.
ei. I. Jl Mi.
Iloi .vo.. mjv iv.j 3U-n
-. -. ' - " ' . ' - - " , .
AVill l'H-v I Ioiioltilit
A1D INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
AUGUST Monday, 25th
SEPTEMBER Monday, 1st, 8th
15th and 22d.
N. H The Klt.Al'KA leaves Honolulu fr K na ami inter
aieiiiate por.s V.IKHY MOM HAY n-t quarter, except Mon
day AagiM IS, on which week she lay up- Saie will leave
Koal.ikeku.i on tVe Jm-s-lavs. an. I Ka-.vailiae on Tl.urMlaj.
arriving at Honolulu on Saturday- morning.
J ANION, UUKKN i, Co.,
Honolulu, Jane. lt'i. ;317) A sent H. S. N. Co.
S$-s52:6f Ii'p:tlel line
T'.IK CI.iri'Kll UAUK
C omet ! M
J A M F.S SMITH Master,
la now receiving; freight at Market Whaif. and wi'.l have quick
dispatch for the ahove port.
TT For freipht or -as-ace, apply to
U1LCO.V, KICIIAUL'S & CO., A cent of
Sii3t Keular lispatch Line of I'acket.
Regular Hilo Packet!
Will leave Honolulu for II ilo.
JM'fU LAIiLY r.VElCV WEEK
CAHIN' J." ASS AW K to or from Hili
AND FOR SALE!
THE CARGO OF THE
. Jennv Fol.!
FROM TEEKALET MILLS !
I FT. XOIITH-XVKST IitAl)S,
12 M ilo-if K.tttens.
Ml M Assorted Flank and Scantling,
Is M Feet On-L'nii Pine Hoards inul Flank, from
1 to 3 i:ieh.
33 M Tont-'ued and Orooved Flooring-,
0 M 5-feet Pickets,
Which, together with a larue assortment of Lumber, Shinuh s,
Hardware, Faints, Oils, ami ltuildiiij; Matei ials, are oir.-rcl nt
Lowest Market Rates,
AT THE LUMBER V.IIL OPENING ON
Kini?, Fort and Queen Streets.
C. H. LEWKHS.
Sauerkraut For Sale !
X A X Y O. I' A XT IT V TO SUIT l'l'KCIIAS-
ers, and ot superior quality, by
i. V 1 LII r.l.l,
22'2-oin Corner Hotel and M.Aiinakeii Streets.
VIEW3 OF HONOLULU!
41.1. I'KKSOXS VISITIXCJ OK KKSIDIXO
on these Islands, should not fail to setnl a st of t-. II.
I5nry.' Virw !' 1 1 oikiIii I u to their friends abronii,
as they will eivey by far a letter idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, et' if this place than :mv works or prints ever pub
is!i-.l. To be had of " K. IJCliCKSS,
3'JO-oin Fort street.
II r 16 I i- S- TS'
ALK ivn IMRTKR,
c. ijui:avi:k i,
General Merchant and Acent for the sale of the products of the
Itrewer Plantation. 325-ly
ex Door to l. Diiuond & Son.
rjMIH rVDKUSIflXF.I) IIAVIX RKCKIV-
1 ed his NliW PllO l' 11 A i'H 1 (" APPAKATIS. has en
tirely refuted and renovated the Kooi.is f'.ri;i-riy occupied by
II. Stan-enwal 1. M. 1 , (more r . cently by Mr. K. I'. Iuirand,)
and ho.es, by strict att. nt imi t ti e t:-.s-.es and tanoies of his cus
tomers, to receive a snare of tie- public palronasre.
The Vurtr de Cuiti iu either plain or fancy styles, put up
ueatlv and with ili-putch.
J. W. KINO.
"24-Jin Kinjr troet, next dour to H. liimond & Son.
.-iILLCII LIES Ar CO.,
ImporlerM acid t'ommiioii
ST.lNE STOKE. K A A 1 1 1' M A X I" ST., CORNER MF-HCHANT.
AiiEXTS Foil TIIK
IfAMPeKOH-1'HFMKV FtKS. Issr iiASCF Co.
PioNHit Ft. t K Mills, Sin Francisc-i..
S.il-of As:: .t T .c Kn.iHi:nt'i Salt liH K,
S-ale of siiAi:. M'.iA-M.s and Oihui Hawaiian FhonrCB.
Consisiinietits reiei-ti'u'.ly so'.i -ite l. and al! orders from the
Otl'e-r islands and abroad, promptly ex-cut- 1.
(it STAV C. MH ( HUES J. !. Wn KK. F. A. PCHAEFFR,
I'.rein-. n. Honolulu. Honolulu.
STffl BISCUIT BAKERY !
mill: im)kusk; . ki) wm i.D kfs
I p.-ctfu'oy inform his fri- nds and th-pubbe irenerally that,
he H -n- luiu Meam t : i i-u i t H ik-ry t inc in-w in full op-rtion.
h- is prepared to furni-h I'il and Navy br.ad, Water Crack
ers and other descriptions of
All of su; -ri' r ijuality and at
Prices to defy Competition !
FartitS furnishnic their own t'mir f .r ship bread, will hive it
made up at the lowest po-siH- rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Orders fro iu the oth-r islands jrrniptlv attend-d tn
TT Orders in Honolulu f.r shippinir to be left with Messrs.
Wilcox. Ki. har is i Co.. yueei. Street. Sii-Orn
Tsit 1 5si-
OR SAI.K AH.OCT I OOO KAI'AI IAIE
i.l suljstantial Mat Iia-'s, f- r Mi.-ar or Salt . at
0 i.-.n v.-.x IIOI.T ii HKfCK'J.
11 V II. tV. SllVllK.VNni.
Till RSDAY. Mil 21, ;
At HI o'clock. A. M.. til Niili- Kooiii.
Will tH- .d :
GentM'al rcioli:nilixo !
Ccus.stiiiii in part of
Dry r;ooI, C'lothitiu.
Clrocerie, Inland Itutter,
I.ard iu tins, t'anl .Hatchet.,
; lionise v Frocks, Manila Cigars
Sperm CuinUe. Adamantine do.,
Ilf. A: tjr. Itoie Kai-in
1 fittrge Koa Liquor Case,
1 California Saddle,
An INVOICi: OF HASPHIIHKV WISE
Kx Yankee," and
S LTXDEIES !
ALSO AT la O'CLOCK,
1 Top Hnggy,
1 1'ancy I)g Cart, entirely new,
1 i'ood Saddle Horse,
AT Al CrMOA!
i At 12 u'rlork, !., on I lie l'rt-uiiMOw.
i AVill he sold, the
! THREE HOUSES!
; wSrri'.lTI'.l) OX Kl.VU SI KKKT. XK.Ul
; the corner of Kini; and Alakea Stru ts, and known as
I ,"i B. Xos. -2, 3 Hiid 4.'" KiiIk iI's How." The lots uieuun
j 10 feet l.y CS feet e:ic!i, and the dretnises with some repair, wiil
! furnish ple.-.satit resid-iuvs for small families.
Sale positive. For lurther pirticulaes, npplv to
II. W. SK KltANCK, Auctioneer.
ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
Have Just Received per bark
nilE FOLLOWIXt (;noi)s WHICH will
L I- disposed of at a small ulvaiiee :
1!U achisl eo-.tons.
v hite blankets,
S InKip pails.
Saleratus in 12 lb Imxes,
Haiiihliu y- Maker's oysters,
ltedwood dressed siilinR rsiiw-rior article,)
10 M ivdwood shinilles, "
lin y llaiiuel overshirts,
K- etinn jackets.
Hickory shirts, 322-U
E. 0. HALL
Otlers For Sale
j jNTevr Groocls,
I In Store, ;iikI Just Received by the
fcfczuTiYi rsn 77w
Irf-nd piiH-, sluet lead, solder, tin, sheet iron, nail rods,
; Norway chapes, cast steel, German and spring steel,
Tweed's iron, wire, powder, shot, percussion caps.
Safety fuse, -jipples. flasks, shot punches, lanterns,
Force and lift pumps, ho-c, patent oil lamps,
1 lilass and Britannia lamps, (ierman students' lamps,
Britannia tea and coff.v pots, boxes glass, wiekintr,
folar chiinnies, nails, spikes, screws, pocket Knives,
Files, C. S. shovels, alarm clocks, black and white paint,
Buttons, atate buttons, locks, butts, bolts, saucepans,
IVplier boxes, grates, ejrir beaters, FikeKhaves,
SiK ket firmer chisels, srwinn machine neislh-s.
Telegraph needles, line combs, bnthiii); sponge,
i I'ep and sewing awls, shoemakers' wax, pliiiies, saws,
Squares, bevels, brass cocks, auei bits, augers.
Ship carpenters' adzes, slicks, broad axes & 2 tongue bevels,
Pick handles, market baskets, door mats,
i I'reservincr kettles, enameled duck, corn mills,
; Corn shellers, hay cutters, boring machines,
Urind stones, crank and rollers, fryinir pans,
; Bake kettles, p ows, chains, tubs, wool cards, hoes,
! Kak- s, SpanlitiiiK's glue, mucilage, twine, lieeswax,
j Borax, grain shovels, bush hooks, dog chains,
! Trace chains, mule chains, wood faucets, mortars,
i Hulling pins, fli-sh and horse brushes, sheep shears,
! Faint and shoe brushes, hair and tooth bruhes,
Tinned spurs, ade, sledge and Hii-'.-r handles, whips,
1 Traveling bags, blacking. W. W. brushes. Rash touls,
Awl ban lies, picks, handled axes, sho; nails,
Tacks, breast tbrills, bow pins, bed cantors,
N-rew piillies. sash sheaves, assorted hooks.
Knobs and clothes hooks, assorted planes, mallets,
1 Clamp screws, b. nch screws, hammers, glue,
! Boat nails, clinch nails, (iillot's jietis, pen holders,
j Pencils, enwloKs, paper, ta" measures,
j Sp.-ctacles, j.uil ears, kc , A-c, &c.
! lMlr CJOOIS.
Ann-riean prints, French prints, shirting prints,
Linen napkins, table damask, assorted flannel,
Biinity, cte-ck cambric, paK r cambric, piano covers.
Shawls, oiled s;!k, Italian se i:ig silk, jaconet cambric,
Alpaca, table velvet, brown and green barege,
Mourning prints and lawns lys' hose, zephyr wool,
! 1-udies' merino and Cotton hose, linen and cotton thread,
Spoo I cotton, assorted riblioii", thread edging,
Klastic braid, ruffling. r"'w hair I raid, lasting,
I Italian cravats, searsiic.Ker, nankim tt-, nankin,
Fancy cas-otnei -s, assorted tt-iiniiiings, quilts,
I Plain and tiL'ur-.1 il-laii.es, figured goat's hair,
Kolie. summer stutT, gr-y wool shirts, fancy shirts,
I Chambray, Russia crash, blenched sheetings,
Bl. ai'h' d cottons, blue drills, hickory shiits.
Bl- ached j- an-, uio,.(uito nettinir. worste 1 damask.
Cottoiiadi s, Marseille, brilliants, linen bosom shirts,
Lining cambrics, dotted Swiss ll.ll-lilis. crinoline.
Bu 'le s. ho ip-.d skirts, carpet binding, dimity band-1,
Mits, t;ipi ?, toweling. ve , Kc, Kc.
FALTS, OILS, Arc.
White lead, zinc white, Venetian red, yellow ochre,
Ked lead, Prussian blue, Paris green, chrome green,
Verdmris. utnbi r. drop black, chrome yllow,
Ter.a de Menna. Imperial gret n, lioiled Iniseed oil,
Coieh, Copal and dainar vainish. cartuui, whiting,
; Putty, ground and lump pummice stoue.
Han 1 carts. Cart boxes,
Wheel barrows. Cayenne I'liper,
Bamei's flavoring extra' ..-. Black pe-, i.er, ground,
Creim tartar, A rrowrrxit.
Tomato ketchup, I:iiry salt, kc.
1 NEW GOODS Shortly Expected
"Southern (tons" and Saracen,"
Via San Francisco, and by the
, 6" ErioM and ITa-a-upm,'"
Iiirtx-t from I5osn.n.
S. II. DOWSETT,
IS NOW I'llEIMKEDTO FCRXISI1 Rt'ILD
i:ig Material of every description at the lowest Market
Ord.-r from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of lueen and Fort Streets. 3 23-Sea
itr.n, wiiiti: AM) BLUE
ITXION .NOTE AXI I.KTTER PAPER
.J and envelop- 'ust received and for sale by
II M . WHITNEY.
n Y J. ii. coi.i:.
CEN ERALSAL E .
Al in o'rloik, A. M.. nl SnXrm Uoia,
Will t old.
TO UK SOII AT I'CHLIC Al'C-
MTION. (.of which due notice will he pt vrn.) uul.'
otherwise dispoiu d of l.y private contract. The
House and lot at pn-scnt occupied by Mr.. Colt, niloatcit on
Keretania street, nearly opile the American 1-gatt.in.
The h -use Ix-en newlv shingled, and the lot has a fnmta of
40 feet, and is 100 feet iu depth. W ith watr from the Ootctu
nient ii'a lai l on.
Lr Title Fee Simple.
At the same time, will ! sold, the 1 loiisehol.l Fui nitur,1, eon-sistin,-iu
part of llnreau. Side lt.ird. KininK laLle, U-lstrad,
Sette. Looking (llasses, Um kin Chairs. Cane iat (. hairi, Irvu
B,Mste.id, lUth Tub. M. Safe, Stor.-s, fcc. Au.tionr
OFFERS FOR SALE
LOWEST MARKET HATES.
Till: FOLLOWINC. ASSOliTMKNT OF
nF.MF AM) MANILA. CORDAGE,
Whale Line, Hatlin dd S-.-icuiK Stuff,
Hone Yarn, CuUiin in 1UkU,
Patent nnd Biislifd UlivWs, a"rled.
Mincing Machines Try Work Gear,
Try I'ol, Cooler,,
0,g Iron. Ijinie.
Copper I'uinps, Shiwvci,
I'.ran ds Whalinir (lun and Ijince,
Ship and Uoiit Coinpnuses,
Sieual and Itortt Ianierns,
Ships lit ad and Tank I'limp-',
Lar'C and small Force I'mnps.
Topsails, T. U. Sails, lloyals. paiWer, Sta.v.iil,
Two Kan I-uwer and Topmast Uiiritiiic, nearly new.
Chain Cables, Fluke and Fin Chains,
Head Straps, H""! 'run,
Cotipeis Kivets, Hammers and Drivers,
Conju-rs' Ai Carpenters' Tools, One new hale JWial,
Anvils, t'-i'''" T'l!:,,,v ,
Hooks ami Thinililes, Can and Boat H.viks.
Jil. Hanks, C.uur-sition Nails,
KiKging Screws, lloiit tJrapnel. 3.1-..IH
Krull's Dairy Butter!
TIIE SI'PERIOR Ql'ALITV
fKtr THE SI'PERIOR Ill U.Hl tr-
thi lil'TTFIt. is now generally arknowletlfrcil in
the comtnuniiy . i ne rare nun t,ieuiiiiiieo mo.
ts workine and paekinn is well known.
I'KKSII SUPPLIES !
Ueceived by every opportunity from Kauai, and for iale at th
Family (Ikoi lky asi Fkkd Stokk, by
ZQl.C.m A. 1). CAHTWKI0IIT.
Teas ! Teas ! Teas !
A SUPERIOR SELECTION OF TEAS, l
" Comet" Oolonp.
" Comet" Choicest Breakfast Souchong,
Choice Basket Tea, 1 lb baskeU.
A variety of good Cheap Tes,
At the Family Urocery and Feed Store.
3213rn A. D. CAKTWRI0HT.
Cheese ! Cheese ! Cheese !
CIIIOICE CALIFORNIA CHEESE. PER
; " Coim t' at the Family Urocery and Feed Store.
321 vn, A. I. CAKTWRI0HT.
Crackers ! Crackers ! C'rackers !
Jenny Li nd Cakri,
At the Family (Jroecry and Feed Store,
a21.3m A. V. CAKTWRIUI1T.
Bacon ! Bacon ! Bacon!
rillOICE CALIFORNIA BACON, AT TIIK
family Urocery and Feed Store.
A. P. CARTWRI0IJT
Cider Vinegar! Cider Vinegar-!
4 SCPERIOR ARTICLE OX DRAUGHT,
J at the Family (irocery and teed Store.
A. V. CARrW RIGHT.
f f AMIJLEX 4i HAKER'S OVSTERS.
1.1 Tomato Ketchup.
Sago, Kc. kc , per " Comet,"
At the Family Oroeery and Feed Stons
32i-:jin A. lb CARTWRIOI1T.
Const smtl.v on I IsiikI.
UF.CEIVEI) FROM MALI AM) KAlrA,Lf
on the premises of the undersigned, and for ale by
yjiKjni von H'H.T & lltlC'.
UTAI V A II HE,
Agents for the Sugar Plantations of Aiko.at I'apnkoa, and Iw,
at Pulo, Hilo; Import) rs and Wholesale ami Retail Dral
ers in China O'Midr ; have on hand, for sale, at their emwb-
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Lahmna, .Ma4i,
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, tuSin, and a large
varied assortment ot general luercuainuse.
Honolulu, August 7, liaT.
ISOOT A: SIIOi:
l. U 1? V O T O Y I
T II V. I' X I E R -
signed would respectfully m
iniorm nis irienun nni
the public generally, that
he is prej ared to
MANUFACTURE BOOTS & SHOES
Of every description to order, in a thorough wfkmanlike man
ner. Having just received, and made arrangements fir a con
stant supply of the liest French calf skins, ami ovtry ther
discription of material necessary for manufacturing tbe lit
article, he f.-els confident that he can give go.l satisfaction to
all who may favor hnn with a call.
323-oin Hotel Sir-ret, North West ol Nuuanu.
I'ropoalN Wanletl I
miiK fmeksk;f.i). in hehalf or
A the Honolulu Sugar ManufiM-t-arinir, and KeHniag Co,
will rwive proposals lor lurnishii. the said Company will
Firew.Hid, at the rate of IS conls per week, delivered ou the
premises, ,.r the wharf adjoining the old Custa Uouac Ui
Proposals for smaller ipiantitie we-k.ly will also be receive.!
but all prr.ivisals must sK-eify tie- kind of wood which it i in
tendeil to furnish, and the number of -n-i-ks they will undertake
to snpplv it, and be presented on or before th lith Auru
nxt. " L BARTLKTT,
Z12 it Treasurer U. S. .H- k C.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer asid Dealer in General Merchandise
Hoehtru, II. I.
i Kx. U. C. WvLLtt,
. Ssow. Kso
Williams A: In.,
. Bkkwkk. Fj').,
Wii.eov. Ki HAKli-S A; Co.,
HlMiiSD k Son,
Thos. SpKKrER, Fl-,
II. Dn aissos, Esq.,
B. PlTMjlS, Ks.J.,
Mc'Kl'KB & MlIHKIl L.
C. W. Bbdoks A: Ci.,
G. T. I.IWIOSi Fsq.,
Tiibim, Bhos. .t Co.
FlKI D .t Bll'K, . -