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TlMU(lltK RoPE. anipw IkaJMtie
Ris'", M.eitHT I erl part aa fcan4
n-i .! "i triii pt.i." m ia
w-'t kf! Manufactory ef kv K XKWAL. jk
JJ Ttm. Inr of Blua -
are So r-ar o tit pca.
Shipmasters and Ownen
Ara influMN I t,a Wit Hpar ot Varv f aveai VUmpr
! Oth-T k,fl af fcltftnll t Wrifja U.IKlr In. In
"tual .trentf.. d Km only .ath.rd earn pimj M
trw !. Il . rfv.. wov. ana Hurry
jr-,rV rrw--. . t.., tot Utjmm. H.f Hif aay
GALVANIZED THIMBLES, &e. :
A. ft. If ALLADIK A. tO
519 Fro. Si Frtf.rlcn. Oil.,
Manafiurtirers atyt Issportar ef Wir Bet.
bt a. vtuuw, r. a La .rat an. ca vbcaji. .
AYILLUMS, BUNCH 1KD & CO.. !
Shipping & Commission rjerchauts, ;
No. 303 i'roat Street
J A .TIES C. I.I.Ytt A: Co..
Shipping and (osinilioD Mercliantn
rr sax mtJciACo.CALiroasi. ir
MM .v ei:i:ui.s'
DECLARED BY COXXOISSEVRS
Tli Only Good -nco
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VXVTIO ACiAI.ST t'llAl'I).
rtMiK vcvr:s or tiiih most pki.i
JL CloCSawl anrtrallnl Col nwot raoacd ccrtali
4.nlnra II apply Uia mt Wnrcntrhir Saac to ll-ir
ni tof tin cooaanandv lh oMw M knbj lufocmcti Uiat thm
elj mf to avcar. thm g-rnaiov, la tn
ASZ FOR LEA & PERMNS SAUCE,
Awt i a lli.it lfclr Mori are a poo UM wnfptr,ltHrl,
Blnpmtr, aMt AaW.
feci of tb4 tmiit market bating twen rappiiei with) a
purfema Warcntenhlrv ?aae, opn lb wrppara ami labrla
a Mrt lh aawa tftr Prrrtoa have been forcl. Lea ft
irwmm giwu anuea that UMty lu famHhed Urlr cormpoa.t-
eaea wk ar af angary to tka inatiint pracelini(aainat
Hn.rriJ.r, ao t r.n.l, .1 ch. or aLj athcr Uaii.Uuo
a (...!. k .
Ky a-h laeif rM may ka tofthoe.l.
Ask Jyr LEA Jt Pl.RRIS' Sitre and S'.t Xam
on ll'ntpixr, Jsi'l, LottU, nI Stopir.
Wkollrj ant for Export fer lb Prtprietnra. Wormier l
Ca ft Klackveil, Lom1oo, fte. e. aoJ by Oram aod
Oilmea ani.eruUy. T II Kit. H. DA
It ly (Lai JxrsUtn. Oreca A: Co..) igrtU, Ilocwvlula.
JANION. RHODES & CO.,
Vlerl, Vaacara falaaial.
tatiwla, V. January 1.14H3.
ii u n it y tivanas,
FOREIGN DRY GOODS!
Kac!al Atirailaa givra la
ORDERS P0R HONOLULU" MARKET.
II EMIT HLCIIEV
206 'J 203 Bat fry Street.
m ly sjir mj.y Cisco.
I II. Attn.
K. II. Lrwts.
AND WHOLESALE. DEALERS,
. PortlAnd m O x o s xi .
nmiMPT ATTKXTIO.V WILt. EC CI VEX
ItbWitt. Kit-TLB h Co...........
"taa ncnnktlna, acd plenry a kmw. T
.Kaon Eoaros r Ct, Oregon
Slaad VuiorVVrK . S tUEDIN' OITU PKK
IMitoK. ca...... apaarrfa af an year. aaI baln
teaoc ca brkrk avtMina. ar rparJ to mat
HLackH'if, eaJ'Vlaap:.aMeaaaSnrar,llrr.!rBpa, Paha,
BUa.la aw atn(air. Co4lnBMnta vpactally aollcttJ
flanta Lf" (. b wbkr. i.rKutl atloiitHSo iU rw naiti,
u)0 vUeh ra-h ataaca ill be BaM wkm r'tiir-l.
8a rn.- K(urM:
aJp-r k LinlnNr, Jvi ParrKk Co..
fml. la.n, W.t.Ckau4C ,
lunu, Baa-r A Co.
A Una Inj. Lart Jk Tittoa. Leonard Jk. Orcca.
Hii nr ftraacca:
KW Wai 4k Alko. ly
. e.'ataa- k'uuciw. f
J. C SICKKII.L & Co., I
a so ;
V it n I.i on TN. 1
201 and 206 California Street.
iU), Or TtlC
Baa Francisco and nonclula rackets.
f arrtenlar Mtirotlor giwttt ta iM an4 parthaaa at mi.
f haorfkM. HpV kalncaa.aippl.U whalaaMpa, Mfotiaun,
IT Ilrri ani(a at 9a a Fraaciara.fry r I tha Ilo
olulu Una ttt PackcU, will i(nwwll vara cr coiaio
XT Kaenaeea oa Iticniara eit Ba4 arUI. Jd
MrMrn C.L RU-hara t -... .................. II mvitula
- n ILMiklWkl Co. -
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Birwp Ca.... ........
Pr. . W. Ww4. -. -
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! 1 4tA3TRlOC rcjvcai8 . - V
iK l. ElEY BR05 .'3: - V Avi
vv i o mi rTjl fx
1 tn Ihrae mm. -. T7 ( " Swd- eneid ore M (
bait hash) bee aa4 aal (f ber.
Trm rarlrUra ba.TTTn a.lonte.1 after earefat eor
Mntinlmwt4iia all eener " ,,rr V??J
aaya War Draarn-eal. "nif Rlafa
Anieiaalllaa r-r tne HritUbt -aay. and are one
eale na.4 eaehuneely e the Haldtr RH" l '""' '
b ail her ayatenia military llrrcela Lea"( Kiaea.
They are the eheapK CartrUea carry .' tbetr an
lffnttt. and belsc aed wb4'y ol iUta are Hat Pr and
taaperiababkr tn aoy climate.
B..e Cartrfclce Caaea (empty Vf an tbr packaif witb
ae eiLbaut bulleta, and maebiae fa'aenlnv eaa to Cartrxta
U.aeraaf Bart e r C a r t r lal -4M buee, BUeotelBg
riat ito, U M U Uer lUjeaty a Mary.
pa Carl rlalaen fc Ltfcnebena Reealeera af II m, 9 M.
ad T a. bore.
Cexatral Flre and ria Flre CarlriatSra, be all
alaea af tinna, iuaea,aad Revoieere.
- DoeM WaterprWanrfEBCape. Wire Certrulr-e e klll
ln( ttm at k diataneea. fel Wad.lln tn Ur-prte the
bnHM tl rna . aud erery deaortpttao af ip-Urf ami MOl
Grar'a laa fine) 4. VmmMmm, W. C.
jVlap of the Sancl-
TIIC OXI.T CORRECT MAP OP THESE
Utnadn la ton a ton C. . KpU.r.as EspediUoa, pan
aaeit by tna Aaterlran Oureraeaent. terry faraaer ahn aaaa
M aa-r aT fromad. every captain aba eaurtnasde a eoaater.ee
ary traeater aba aatM W And enerect aanen and dtetaaera. and
rrary rmlamaa aba. deatraa M ba poatad a aImnU tbe grana
aoonid u 11 aim a erpy af It,
1 r rot m at ! BOOC9T0BS.
THEOD. C. HEUCK
Offers for Sale
Yew iV Desirable Goods
Europe and the United States,
j R. C. Wjlic, from Hamlin
' iViliifliu I , from Bremen,
(Yjlcu, from Boston,
I Steamers ' Idaho ' and ' Montana,'
Bj ererr Tackct from San Francisco
; Shipment per R. C. Wylie,
jist keceitct, covivmr. or
DRY GOODS. &c.
f TAI.K1 P4XCV
I Wn.ia Cottnna. bio C.KI.I Y.mwn Dri!'. Bla Drills
j llcay Ll'M IiniiE mnir irlit. AmL t'4 4 Booting,
J hut HUr Br .lh.i. aiwl ("ui'J Ivlamca, CaiUiocrca, 4o
I H.ack. W hixm aoJ B.u. Coir r-J A paca.
J toprrinr W U.vt aikl Otf I Jcin. W bn. aod Ell FiaooI,
: flek bii In pKtrxm. barest W.tr.. BieM -rpf
Fioa Black ul l::o tw.Ah, hvcked lu..
fsnlaloon Bioff. Vic.f- . !1 rtl:ii(,
BnrUfkantf lir.at.. ttitey Mcriugca and Caabotcrr,
1 fcsplete aaJ Uell-xUftfd iortmett ef
Coctoa. tiu'n, t"'-i io. Puhascrc an4 Fine CIoili C' ,
At, Palalni of iiivw qoaUli. and tlr.
iu While M-uuia . xl bwca eaua Vi-:i, A-c.
rTft arlft V SOd KtllrS, lZ I
I 1 ur"1 """J " nijir,
1 -. ... . - ...
I White n-1 nrirord I tf.oo aixl iHprv llickorjr eliirts,
, r w (.' b.,,,, a:-1 L . Shut..
j PUli. Col'4. bir.pe-4 aod fancy Cl'd Fiantl Shirt. baaorted,
T "i ia usimi tb-.rt. Oiu r-t su.iu.
' A Choice Inrtmnl "1 Mu' Col Jn, half Wool, Merlon and
j A romptfe InTctca of Men'a .urkt la Cotton aixt tTm whi'
tadica' Fine W bite and Blark fvckirg; uprr! qoalliy.
Of DiCrrcat QialitUs ! St) Us.
Boots Shoes and Gaiter
Of th very trmt tJ Onali atI Frvorb toakn.
In Calfraia. CKh. Cubmn', Patent Leather, 4c, Ac, Ac.
Jlro'a Saperior Xnrlicb, Grrv.ao and Frerch Faddlca, lar;.
LadUa tmlJln. brUl-a if varfe.iu t'jl,
j Bitca, tpvra. Saddle CMi, e.
i A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
j Groceries and Provisions, &c
CmM Sogar In bif arr!a, Poir W.atphalia llama,
Bolooa Iwiut. Sard:oea in ba:l auJ quarter bnxra.
Aocnovtae anl ttardrllra in atre J trs nx-ar In 3 and I gal
Amu Frail In Syrapa, frnita In Eacar. VaolUa CboCoUta.
Spirits, Wines and Beer
Ca-ike ry ni-rWj Pale HrarnJy. Fine OI J hrrry in atnod,
Put-erioe Port W Ine. fparklin Hock, CUampacue. l Ur-K,
1 be Crtehraird 0a c( eusoa Jtycbende tt ne. bcheidam.
Ale aa4 Iortr In qmrfa and fiu;a.o( Uic acU koowu itraaery
t4 lMe!n lchruder. limburf .
Tna famona Uabtranctu&liCb Mora.
, - - m
Fran the Chrapeal la the bvral Havaaa.
SAILORS HI CAT H kMf'ES JXO JJCK KflVES,
1 CHOICE 1SSORT3EXT Or F.LCT CITLFJIY
Of d-ffrrerl a ara and patient.
Xeedlea, Va. I tn 13, Vmlio S'rioj, Pla)ln Can) a. Jewabarra,
A'a.-'L feather Dsaura, G:n: atJ Ladwa' tup. Ki4 CloTe,
la CVXloo. Alr. ka4 5 Ut cf varloaa Co-e and paltcma
Macaiar Oil. Cbitl-en'i fcye. tMU. Water CuV, Beada,
f 0opcix2er ol vartooa quality arvj auni. M rappmc Paer.
TAINTS AM) OILS, Tlx:
Boperlor Wbita Leal, Z.ix WLI, Bd Ura-M OtL
Is ahceu ef 39 by 72 and 3? by tl incbra.
IIOLLS SMKF.T I.FJD
C f X, 2i. 3, 3. 4. i and 6 ruoods er eqnare toot-
ROUND II A It I HON"
froo 1 tn li tucbta tlUtneur.
la bee ot SO tret ea-b, !rm la by 31 to 80 by V) iteb.a-
BESIDES OTHER MERCHANDISE :
Dnwner'a beat Kemeene Oil in S jaRon tin.
Freeh fa! tnrni Lilte, r-a; V ettsvJ Ccmrct,
K arodala Cesicnt. .tarh L( an Piaster id Taria,
Rooflnj Felt, auprrtoe oil Kma Cv e.
Also, Krst Shipment ft Ki'J-knofrt
MESS BEEF, packed by C. Bcrtelmann,
On Ktvai,j'nt rtceirt-l an i mi'ly for lixspfion.
Expected Daily to Arrivo
"CEYIeOrV" FROM BOHTO..
HaZeeree Aaioaa-a TeiHtna. "M' and We Srwlog Otoe,
C.a fine .rtrifi Pri.ji.. aarted pal torn.
npertnr nblte ao-l r.en CMlo.a and Itida frr famdy itae,
Laaaprk tna. Amnmn at:r. Urcv -.
Ham'. apne brnd Air. ttnl .-.
Kaiieee rile bee ai.ae Itv". . r- Card Mafrb.
Oatta Pweba ll enl Caapitnra, t It eh, etc.. ra tpetre.
Jltwn'i beat fclacbb g. barrna Taia'a luod P:t, IC etc
Also soon to follow
PER "WILIIELM I.."
a ini or t pcataaats
7d 7ctT" trithrmt dtlay.
THE .STEAMERS AND PACKETS
FltO-M RAN rn.VNCISCO.
By n"7 trip. aU bring IneUcea of
Xew and Desirable 3Iercbacdisc !
lfl the YarUi Eraac h f :SI-f-rlirM aad Pra
California, the Eastern State-. England,
and the Continent cf Europe,
Whlea SbTpaienta tl be cUaalA d npoa arrleaL
AH f OTe ' n' far SmIe '
Itrwaonabte Rntra, bf
THKOD. C. JIEirCK.
1'ernee fuet and Marrbaat 5tret.
The Spanish KcptiMic.
! Tbe Spanish Revolution ia a success. Isabella
and the paniah Bourbons hare lost the throne.
What next? That mcn to bo doubtful. On
Saturday lat, 31arhal Serrano, the leader of the
i insurrection, on torn 1 Madrid with a considerable
body of aokliery, and was received by the rorIe
with great eulhutiaeu). Leeide their national
. MAndardri, tLe troop ramp-J, of ooun-e with the
arprobatial of their ietcral, banners boarini;
rt-publk-an mottoe, ueh aa The SovcreintT of
tbe J'e.jple,- Ikli-ns Ijbcrtv," free
, Sclwx.L." anl Ilown with the Bourlnii.'
Tbe liourbon i the only family which liu nt
n tl throne of Sjain nilhin the lat !." years,
anl tt.e only one mIikIi u rcardin living
any rlaiu to it, or whih any public claim to it
within a witurr. and the banner. " Down with
the Kurbn," commit Serrano and hi hns
ciatc aain-t the Duke of M nttc-UMcr, a well
a against Iab lla. JjVrrano lunde a public ad
dien, stating that tart. ro luid leii called to
t!;e liead of tbe State, but hi title was not men
tii?icd. and we presume that be is to be Provi
sional President. S-rraij in Prime Minirter, and
r : . . it n- i
nm, .nui,er m n ar. me oiner memoen. oi
abroad, and will probably b ave little indiieuce in
the Administration. The actual rulers are a
; partcro, Serrano and Trim.
Esjrter id 70 years old, and lias boen a prom
inent soldier and etateouiaa fr more thau half
: his life. Ho agisted to wx-ure the throne of Ita
be!!:i, ufterward-t Ikxaiuo Kegcnt, hai peveral
.' timn len at the bead of tbe Cabinet, and bait
I really been the nion promineut Sjenibh pubj-ct
; for a quarter of a ceuturv. lie ha never been a
' Republican, nor lias be Jistinguirthed bimhlf by
liberal opinions or by any remarkable ability;
nor, fo far an we are informed, had he taken any
! ?ctive trt in the late rebellion. Of Serrano we
i know little. IVim i probal.lv the ablest of the
' w . ri ii- r . ....
ojTJiiisn noonny. iic 1 a man oi great activity
and courHge. ile was in command of tl Sju
. i"h eoutiiigeiit in the allied invasion of Mcxio in
j 1801, and witlidrcw with the British, when the
: French violated tLe stipulation to abstain from
1 interfering with the form of Government. i
i The lostders in tho revolution have been noblw,
i ana its cmof supporters have been the army. It
Ok., m . A f .1 t kr
wn not an
uplifting oi mo iepie. e sec
nothing to give assurance of any zeal for repub
lican principle on the victorious ratty ; and if a
republic is now etahliehcd it will not le because
Espurtero and Serrano dislike monarchy on gen
eral principles, but because they could not agree
on any sovereign whom they could place on tho
throne or becaui-e they exiect to hold more power
without a monarch than with one. But a reriub-
lie cannot bo maintained without popular educa-
: ti n, wLich is lacking in Spain. We, therefore.
expect nothing but monarchy or anarchy. If the
Si-nnmr,! MtAhii.i. .!;:,;..,.- ,.a f.-.
1 schools, thev will Lave contributed not a little to
j the cause ot civilization and to the prosj-ority of
; Sjain. lnt-ilcranee, igno;-ance and dtpoti;nn go
Land in hard, and when one is overthrown the
. others arc weikened. Freedom of worship and
! ot education hae lately received tho sanction of
, law iu Austria and Italy, and soon will be cttnb
; lished throughout the civilized world. Progress
reigns. 4,The world rolls Freedom's radiant
way." Alia, Oct. 7.
HAS JIST II K-
A Splendid Lot of Goods !
From England and I lie Inited Stales.
ASD HAS OS THE WiV OCT
THE BEST SELECTION,
Ever Imported into the Kingdom.
The Goods are Shipped by the fcllo-rving
Ship C bailM, frm Landau, via San rraprictn.
Ship Miami, from Londja, -SaKaa Tra:c!$n.
fhlplitbf r, frcm e w York, ila Sab Fraoriseo.
TShlp Drrbj, freni Sfw Yeri, tia Saa l"rant :co.
j Ship Cej Ion, from Cotton dhttt.
j Dark A. J. I'opf, from !n? Bedford dtrcrt.
Mrincr ;u ; uaanr. via i cuimni
StfAmrr Chilian, l rxnama.
Stranrr fron l.lvrrj'or' Pa Jxmn,
Ad J lulluwir.rf Stcauura.
il, kj tlieFrrnrh StfAMttr.
Bark Cantan?, from LHrrpoo' dirrtt.
It" I t taa aallaa a ev a m. f fllnna I?lt.- Iraia
i - I"'" "
j Witb tbe exceri" " qorter c-.k. lor P. Pjnccr, Kj
aprrCnlinu Canaiat at
DRY GOODS, SILKS, HARDWARE,
Oilman's Stores, Clothing.
dr., &C, dc, ,lc, J.C., d'C, dev., dc.
And literally from a Xretlle V an Aivb-r. or a Cimh or Silk
Hrad to ..tnlhinic iIm Ladtre ut Uonrila hate tncr eeru he.
lore, and Qetitlcawn acll auitcd.
It i tbe detcnnlnaUun of Ibf uo-1- rigTd
NOT TO II K I'MJKnsoI.O,
As there it no ore in t't Jun.jd-vn can Purchase to
Aod having a t cooticction can afforJ to at.ll at the Lvaert
JOHN THOS. VATERHOUSE.
X. B. More i artcnlar In futnre ailerrtivment.
THE ITXiTeRIUXEU l'AS BEEN
a A U..I.. a a a a W l . . m.
1 fil 1 Celebrated Newhall Pimo,
To aamvlee f ahl" h are to arrlre per trtani. dlrt from the
Sl.a.iKi" rjf in tbetn. Tla.a Paix l.e l.t i. rolled the
ne Tr-nch Action. Urdcra rrctlt4 aud executed l y
CM Bra F. S. fit ATT.
mTHE I'HOI'KIITV O F f I R E
- a llOWAbMt, known a
The Wnhinivn School Imid,
T-atbee lth the aulMapflal bolMmja thTOo! , r-ne Kspreaa
Htjw, Hnrare and tlarnrae,
100 Head of Cattle, of good Stock,
i(LrDi. 23 iir.iD r Ttur. 211 mi cmrs:
I'alry t'tenei:,, Ifoufcliold Fomliorr, Ac.
For ptrtlmUra Inquire of CU A3. HOWARD, l irp're rjonae,
lln.la;o,or of Z. Y. M1 1KK3.
01 On it.e prtonaea.
JKSSltS III EDM EC K Ai CO.. nilEl.MS.
MeT Rainhnrt pere A TIU. Rhriut,
?Ir. Atlolph Collins. Chalons aar .Marnr,
re In rJlar receipt of ti e
CELEBRATED CHAMPAGNES !
tf the aloe bo-, hioh tVT ?rr for f auir
tit aiwl in imtt. 6ni
JUST RECEIVED !
BOXE n EST OOLONG TEA.
JL tke brat Coufu Tea,
Bosra Orange Prcoe Tea,
Flue nraa Clotti.
Fine Grn C'.clh Hutxlkcrrl.irf.,
tia 5i: Iln1krrt-Lira.
Av-rtrd Randal Won! FD.
AM.jr:d Irory Fo.
Avoetl Ivory Ornament.
lrer Card fiki.
S3rr Cigar C-,
ilTer Batkete, Ac
Tor .ate by
CW-n, AFrtViJ V ArilffK.
A flying cat lain been found in India.
M. Giardin wants France to go to war for Ler
natural limits" the Rhine.
Xenopbon Demosthenes Tinglt-y graduated re
cently at Brown I'nivenuty.
The British Roval Family ooet the country
An exchange heads an article a dangerous fe
male," as if they were not all dangerous.
Redpath, the Abolitionist, will act as Du Chail
lu's agent in the lecturing butinew this winter.
Imitation pearls for dre trimmings and neck
laoes are much in vogue.
Browning's " longest poem in the language'
will shortly appear.
It is mid short drees will 1 in vogue for
parties and ball next winter.
The poetical wurksof the late" Miles O'Reilly ,"
edited by his friend Savage, are in pre.
Dayton, Ohio, annually' manufactures f44,000
gallons of linseed oil, worth 1,2mi,h.H.
IbetAtcnt safety coffin was advertised under
I the hi-nd of amusementfl in the A.
1 . imfit.
IMwin B)oth pid $123 per yard for some cloth j
for his new dresx for Richelieu." i
Timber impregnate-1 with silicates is much used
for fire-proof floors in Germany.
"ss than l,o(M) houses have been erected in
Kansas City this year.
The new cable in the Persian Gulf is to be in
sulated with copper instead of gutta percha.
They are goinj to try a preparation of petrole
um in France to fire cannons with, instead of
20,000 babies in Paria are farmed out every
year. Three-quarters of them die the first year.
Emerson, it is snid, has not failed to study or
write at least six hours a day in the last 35 vcars.
Great activity is retorted among the minor
opera composers of Italy.
Brigands about Rome are more lively and sue
ceseful than ever before.
New York city spent more than $3,000,000 f jr
school purposes last year.
JI. F. Parrish has a nursery of over 60,000
fruit trees growing near tbe old Mis-don Ridge
battlc-fcld, at Chattanooga.
Bazile Gabino a Russian lawyer, in traveling
through this country to observe tho administra
tion of justice.
The .Manchester. England. Unity of Odd Fellows
1mm a fund of $3,000,000 sterling and a member-
1 . 1 4411 Strt.k
In rhiladelrliia a nevv style of water .-arts has
! TI"- Ay are cubical, handsomely painted
Mu' 'thitcu wuu auvcruseiuenis
Inlcrndcnce Hall, in riiilaadnlila. hns Leen
furbished up, unci the eafile and ball on the etco-
rile are resplendent M,ith new gilt.
Fifteen hundred miners in Mahoning VnhVy,
Ohio, have gone to work aain after an unsuecefs-
ful etrikc of four months.
It is rerorted that Dr. S. S. IWith of Pbilnrh.1.
phia, a brother of Edwin JJooth, is about to re-
turn to tho Huge, which he abandoned many
An ingenioutt Londoner collects t-ataloucs from
ahor'keoriere and sella them by the pound to retail
The Wt Bazar illustrated the Grecian hond ua
exhibited at Saratoga. It is worse than tho Po
Four bridges have teen destroyed hy frcohetd
' on the Atlantic and Great Western railway, be
tween Sulanianca aod Corry, (I'enn.)
A flash of lightning laots only the one millionth
part of a secoud, according to Arngo, the celebra
ted French savant.
Englifeh courts have decided tliat an editor may
call Uwvcrs a long cared, flat shouldered, cut-
hammed breed." I
Paris uses more than twice as much illuminnt- j
ing gas as ten years ago. It cost tho city nearly I
half a million dollars in gold to light tho streets j
France has given two iron-clads to Turkej-, and j
lent nn officer to teach the orientals how to ure j
An Edinburg Jper says : We regret to find j
that the announcement of tho death of Mr. V I
is a malicious fabrication.'
The reporter of the Brooklyn Union narrowly!
Tt3ije.Tj iri;ig mouncu me oiner evening, nv a
rty of roughg, who took him for a vt hLdty
MadagOHear's Quoen was buried in a silver box
valued at 145,000f. Her jewels, d reuses, furni
ture, and also a box full of piasters, which re
quired 15 men to carry, were also buried with
Bee:her once said that the ' opening voluntary
should be liko a screen rolled down between the
congrcgnti.ju and the world.' But when it rolls
tip, what then ?
The St. Petersburg Gazette saya there is now
in tlie IJusian cajital tho richest Chinese library
in the worlii. It consists or 11,()7 volumes,
1,1 08 wood eugravings, and 276 manuscripts.
All tho railroad conductors in Connecticut
have received ' bpecial police" commissions,
which will enable them more readily to deal with
An 18 year old. miss, lately from one of tho
fashiouabio watering places, says there is nothing
mean about her lover, llo had given her an
8,000 ring as u souvenir.
Only nine per cent, of the area of Sweden is
cultivated, the rest being covered with forests,
but much of the growth is young, and extensive
depredations have boon committed on tho older
Barton F. Allen of Baltimore has been decorated
as a Knight of the Order of the Kose by the Em-
lcror of Brazil, for his efforts in obtaining a sub
ncTipnon ior aa invanu soiuier asylum.
Pcnuylvania is erecting a very large State hos- '
fital fjr the insane at Danville. It is to be 1,142
eet in length, and provided with all tho modern j
Cornell University has a full set of the British i
Tatent Office publications, which already (ill I
2,3U0 volumes and increaso at tho rate of 100 vol
umes a year.
Springfield, Illinois, will lay the corner stone of
tho new State Hone October 5th, with Masonic
ceremonies. It is intended to ruako the occafion
a grand one.
C. L. Ilicox of Albany, New York, has ncrced
to walk troru that city to llion, c miles
hour, etarting as eoon aa tho result of the Preti-
dcnlial election is known. If Grant is elected, he
rets nothing ; if Scvmour, he will rc.tive $100. i
, . 1. t. t
The tomr in New lorlc is about to nave ita
exterior 44 renovated." It is certainly uclv enouch
to deserve eonicthing of tho kind, but it all stories
are true, there is plenty to be done before the in
side will be euitabJo fur human habitation.
An intoxicated clergyman, raving mad, and
crazv with the idea that eonie one had robbed Inm i
of $100,000, watt the seiiwition on the steamer !
!..... . il. .:rm llr...l.....i. tA I nn!.. ill.
J Ull l i HZ . VU 10 UII'IIVUI IM AUI? AilV,
l a nth r rl-ir
A new Catholic Cat!iedral will soon be built at
Erie, (Penn.,) which will be one of the crandet
and costlieM ia the country. A fund of $123,fn0,
left the church by the lute Rishop Youn, will be
used for tle purjoee. !
Tbe sifrn in front of Brick Pomemv's new !
Deiiiocrat ofBoe in New York Ivan an emblemati
cal ornament, confuting of a fir of ejoons crosed
and nuruiounte-1 by a bright red brick, with the
motto, 44 red hut."
It i remarked that while all the liberal candi
dates for Parliament rrtiniife eur rort to Mr. Glad
stone, naming him personally, iu their addresses j
to elector, only one can l-e lounu in M tiicn tne
Mr. Disraeli apjars, and then only as j
der, with Lord Stanley. The fact well il- i
Iiisi-nta tbf rlifTprpnw lu'luwn tbe two Kidera. I
i the diHercnce between the two leaders.
The engine Pennsylvania, used as a pusher on
tlir. Itilintv milrnn.i hotwMn thi Falls And Port
Riohmond.'is tid to he the larpetit locomotive in j
th. Unit.xl States. It has 12 driving wheels, and j
weigh" over 44 tons. There are only two Ltrer j
locomotive in the world, and they are ued on j
the Mount Cenia Railway. j
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I A 1 ttV Til E II A W All A N
INIij pnntnl on tbrm,ean l bad at th- Bookator.
2tlm Price 12 ar SI prr Uatea.
ALCULATEO T SCOKE FROM 180a
toCIO9 Fahrenbeit. 1ft CrHl.lsfl.hO enrk.
lor Sale by I!. M. Vt IIITN E .
icn Npaper Errors-Some Com
Grammatical errors, errors in punctuation and
typographical absurdities are of such common
occurrence in the everyday literature of the age as
to excite no feeling in the reader's mind, except
it bo one of wonder at the carelessness of the
printer, the stupidity of the pnxf-reader, or the
ignorance of the writer. The uiore chjiritable,
however, w"ho in a dtgree have been initiated in
ti the mysteries of the "art preservative of art,"
knowmg'the hundreds of metallic pieces gathered
in the compositor's stick from the various parts
of his mysterious case, that go to make up a sin
gle paragraph, is miudi'ul of the difficulties inci
dent upon any publication, and regards ns a ne-
! ccssitv what others bjk upon as inexcusable
blunders. We premise these remarks in defence
of what follows,
once give the readers of
the Gazette the collection we have for several
months been gathering for this purpose from our
various exchanges. Erroneous in construction,
ami of such a nature as at best to defy the print
er's art, we may unquestionably set down such
A Connecticut editor gives an account of a
man who " blew out his brains after bidding bis
wife good-by with a shot-gun."
The first instance of a man's "raising up a
large family of children by his own widow," is
given in this obituary, taken from the New York
Herald: "The deceased married many years
ago, and survived his widow, by w hom he ad a
large family ol children."
And while upon so grave a subject, let us
ehrouiele the affecting inscription given by a New
York paper, in an account of a " new monument
recently erected in our village churchyard:
Erected to the memory of John Phillipacci
dentally shot as a mark of affection by Lis broth
A Wisconsin paper, in describing a large farm
advertised in its columns for sale, adds: "The
surrounding country is most beautiful. Also,
two wagons and a yoke of steers."
A Caledonia paper, in an obituary of a young
lady who died lately, closed by saying : "" She
hail an amiable temper, and was uncommonly
fond of ice cream and other delicacies."
Tho Salt Lake Vidttte has tho following:
" Correction Instead of 4 people all very lousy,'
in a letter from Crystal Park, tho other day,
read, people all very busy."'
The strongest man has just been heard from.
' lie was lecturiug to a female assembly at the
West, and an editor thus describes tho scene:
! "Three thousand ladies hanging on the lips of j
one man." j
Tho Independent, in speaking of a new steam
brewery in the town, remarks: "Wo are glad
to "alerted articles manufactured at home at
great'J rertuoed price."
j Tho Springfield Rtpublican tells of a hore
wl"u ran away in that city, " throwing the
! rfrivtr out and cutting a ecvere gaeh in one of his
! The World eaya that " Ex-Governor Andrew
j vra8 DOrn in 1818, previous to which event he
: Dad two trokfs of apoplcxj, one in 1804, aud tho
other in 1800.
The classic London Spectator makes a curious
slip when it speaks of Matilda Crijrgs, who " was
r tabbed by her lover to whom 6he had borne a
child in I'i places."
A New Albany (lnd.) paper says that, in the
city, 44 an iron thief was arrested after a hard
A notice of a recent steamboat explosion in a
western paper ends as follows: 44 The captain
I swam ashore. So did the chambermaid; she
was insured for $15,000, and loaded with iron."
An editor referring to patent metalic air-tight
coffins, says: 44 No jjerson having once tried one
of these coffins will ever use any other."
A political paper in Minnesota, in advertising
the election of its candidate, says that its
"standard-bearer, Charles E. Flandrau, has twic-e
laid down his life to save Minnesota from being
devested by the Indians."
Here is still another from Wiconsin : 44 A new
disease has attacked pork in Bock county. Three
hogs of Mr. McCune, in Janesville, were struck
by lightning on Saturday night."
Not typographical, it is true, but none the less
amusing, arc tbe following: An honest farmer
writes to the chairman of an agricultural society:
44 Gentlemen please put me down on your list of
cattle for a bull."
A superintendent of police once made nn entry
in his register, from which the following is an ex
tract: 44 The prisoner set upon me, called me an
a6s, precious dolt, a scare-erow, a ragamuffin,
and an idiot all of which I certify to be true."
One of the Jenkinses, writing of a recent hop i
at Saratoga, says: 44 A very pretty girl passed i
by ns, leaning on the arm of a gentleman who j
was dressed in Swiss muslin and pink sash." j
That gentleman must have been the cool of the
Punch reports the speech of an Irish M. P.
who thought Ireland was overtaxed: 44 Take a
tenth of our income, sir? Ay, that they do; and
they'd take a twentieth if they dared."
An American lecturer of note solemnly said
one evening, 44 Parents, you have children ; .r, if
you liave not, your daughters may have."
A western editor once wrote: 44 A correspon
dent asks whother the battle of Waterloo occur
red before or after the commencement of the
Christian era. We answer it did."
AlfBKRT JAECF.It If AS BKENMI).
ITTELl a Partner inio niv Business, which will l
rme on by us jointly under the arm Dame aud style of
II. F. K1IL.KRS Ar
B. T. EilLERS.
yrionolulu, IVptrmljcr 2.1. lfS.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
11 AVE ON" 11ANL.
AND OFFER FOR SALE AT LOW RATES
THE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY and DRY GOODS
A COMPLETE AXI).VELL.SELECTE'
ZA. assortment of
Fancy Merinos, Pelalnes. Ca-timere, Cloth, tarions styles of
Prii.ta, a v-riety of Table Coei-re, Woolen an1 ti'k thaa-Iit,
rliile and faney Fianuels. Perfumery; Siltt, Lirle Tlireal and
R.J Ulorri ; t'eorkin Kidini; Olovra fur Ladies and Gentle
men, Linen and Thread Lactn, Cosion and Mik Triiomincs.
Veiveis. floe California r.ui.kns, is
aod Caps Cotum, Linen and Liou
lierlio Wmil. Hosiery, Hats
lriilicial Flowers and
Liti-st St lea of
SILK SACKS, AXD LADIES' CLOAKS,
MuMin aod KmhroiiIred Window Curtains, and various other
articles. We are Cuortantly supplied with
NEW GOODS IN Ol'K I.I.N E.
. . IT" r , r - . , .... ,
From Lii'jtanjl, France, Germany. and I ntfedMntcs.
Orders from the other Inlands will
644 tended to.
be carefully at
rjplIAT IXV ALrARLE.Ul'RaI)LE,FI.EX.
JI idle, prarrvlnj;, anti crroie
JI K T A L LI C PAINT
For Coolers. Bnilen, Knofs. Ft earn Englnea, Cast Plows, Houses,
Fences, Schooner, steamers,
A.MIAUi OT1IER1RON ar WOOD WORK.
63SCoi ForSjleby C. ItREVVER A Co.
Tilt' Honolulu Iron Works ConipaUJ
have on U and
V- pn-pared to s"ll at very rrluced ralm.
XT Partira takine 1 dosen Sets or more can be suppliid at 6
cents pi r lb and by the gt at 8 cents per lb. 630 6m
nvn. .7 iiav unni.'c rniimvr
lIU.MlLtLL lllUA UK UN LUjUMA 1 .
A K E ALL KINDS OP
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
AUo, Boilers, Coolers and SU.-et Iron Work, and all kluds of
BRAS? AND IKON CASTING?.
i A lare stock of Piping. KIIkiws, Tees, It: sua Valves and
I Cor., r-hevt Iron, Boi!-r Plate, Bar Iron, Centrifural Wires,
InJ a Rubber i'ackinft, and every deacriptlon of Machinery
always on hand.
j A Crrat Vai It ty cf Machinery on hand L for Sale Low.
j c o Jy HONOf.ri.r IRON WORKS CO.
C. L. RICHARDS fe Co
Have now on Hand and Expect to Arrive,
j Ceylon, " A. J. Pope,' 'lolani,' 'Irazu and 'Montana,'
THE LARGEST AND BEST
: SELECTED STOCK OF SIIIP CHANDLERY
Ever Imported into Honolulu,
j COXSISTIXG IX PART OF BALES SUPERIOR
American Cotton Canvas, 3Vo. 1 to lO,
Cotton Twine, G to lO pi v,
Cases Yellow Jfletal,
Kcs Composition ftails,
I 100,000 Lbs. Bread, 150 Bbls. Am. Beef; 200 Bbls. Pork,
j CVXY. .V I IS EW BEDFORD FLOUR X
60 Coils New Bedford Whale Line,
lOOO TOGGLE IRONS,
FOUR SHIPS' CAMBOOSES
1000 ASn OAKS, from 9 to it feet,
FIFTY BOXES BOMB LANCES!
Lar;e and Small.
Hemp Rope from 2 to 10 inches, Lanyard Stuff, Bolt Rope,
Spunyanu Seizing, d'C, dmc.
Sail Xttdlesfor all sorts of teorfr.
Paint, Varnish, and
Old XTona Coffee, New California Potatoes.
jVIolsxssess and Siiprfii,,-
Paint s of ever description, Paint Oil, Pump Boxes, Coopers' Klrrf s 3d to 6d
Coopers' Seta, Aoi!a,
Hammer, Driven and Punches,
Patent and Bush Blocks,
Shierrs of all sixes,
A Complete assortment of Hooks an Thimbles,
Mast Hoops and Jib Hanks,
Timbers and Knees,
COMPRISING IX FACT
A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE !
NECESSARY TO FIT OUT SHIPS.
All or which will be Offered at much Lower Rates than ever before in this Market.
We Especially Invite Captains of Whaleships
To Call TDefbre Purchasing Elsewhere
-AS WE ARE
DET'MJXED TO SELL ON AS GOOD IF NOT BETTER TERMS
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN HONOLULU.
Money Advanced to Whale and Merchant Ships !
A A O
Exchange taken on all parts of the World
-5L"t -tlx Lowest XJLX2?l3LG-t R.ates.
laUiwaiisiBi PsicStct Ieiic
SAN FRANCISCO !
The following Flrst-Hass Vessels will Ron Kfga
larlj in the Honolulu Line:
D. C. Murray,
Clara R. Sutil,
For Freight or Pee, having superior accommodations for
Cabin and fctet rage Parsengirs. apple to
6116m WALKER A- ALLEN, A rents.
For Uilo and Oiiomea, Hawaii.
fejfh Schooner Annie,
Will run as a Kcpular Packet to the above ports. For Freight
or Paesaue apply to
tSW 6m WALKER ALLEV, Agents.
j For Ililo and lianpakuca,
Hill run as a Regular Packet tn tbe above ports, touching at
LAIIAINA. For Freight or Paysage apply to
612 6m WALKER & ALLEN, Apents.
For Lahaina and Hakee's Landing.
The Fine, Staunch
.vSX- Schooner Kate
i CRANE, Master.
! Will run rerulrly inj punctually on the above mute For
j fi-Hcht or passage apply to the Master on boanl. or to
6:3 6m O. IiUEWEK & Co., agents.
For Hana, Kaupo and Maliko
Will run regularly.
For freight or pH6Sce apply to
j. tnKr.rt uo..
The Schr. ODD FELLOW !
Is regularly laid on as a packet
BETWEEN HOXOLULU AND HIL.fi:
For FreiEht or Pasange apply to
R07 Jy Cllt'NO flOON Co., A pent..
! FOR NAWILIWILI,
j THE CLIPPER
! S. Schooner TrI tit t i e
j CAPT. NIK A.
j Carrying the Um.ciii'in Hail tflthovt Subsidy !
j Will leave Honolnln Ft fry Saturday, at 4 4 P. 31.', j
J Returning, will leave ai!iili every xaesday anernoon tnr
I Freicht or Passage apply to
! 24 6m I. FOSTER k CO.
Direct from jLMew York!'
T ETTF.R PRESSES OK VARIOUS SIZES
t ft A and Patterns, with Lettir Books.
I India Rublier Sheets, fir Copying Letter Books a new article.
to take the place of oil iheets.
Paper Faatenera, uf various patterns, from 60 cts. to (2 60 per
School lieward Card., from 25 eta. tn 50 cts. per dos.
gilvervd and Prasa Thuioh Trks 1T ArtitU and Accountants.
l'ait-l Crayons in boxos r-f at'tt colore, 60 cents per hnx.
Quill Pens, ready made, put up iu boxes, from 37i.275c. a box.
New style Pamprnerx for copying letters.
Koch a Mux Binder, for kerpiuK (heel mukic, aa article every
Pianist h"ul1 have.
Moroeco T-ik Folioa or Blotters.
Autoeraph Album Book", in vanans styles.
Pearl Piier Folders, iu various btyles.
Heavy Ulas Inkstands. VNitir.fr Carls.
The Family U!ue Pot. with plue, brush, Ac, ready fr use any
any moment, priee 50 cents. Together
With everything required ia the Stationery Line.
For sale by (C46) II. M. WHITNEY,
ALEX. II. STEPHENS HISTORY OF THE
lme War. vol. 1.
l(adau'a Life of Gen. Grart, vol. 1.
Motb-y's History 4 the Dutch Republic, 3 vrla.
Motley's HiMory uf the L'niltd Netherlands, 4 vols.
Our Children in Heaven.
Prof. Whitney on the S;udy of Language.
The Spirit of 1776.
Warren's Household rhysiciar..
Hpwortb Dixon's Spiritual Wives.
Darwin's Animal, and Plants, i vols.
Darwin'. Oripin of Specie.
Haven's Mental Philosophy,
For sale by (64-j; II. M. WHITNEY.
Chinese B'.U'ase Rooks !
FOR SALE BY
Cud m II. M. WHITNEY.
NEW AND OLD OIL SIIOOKS,
NEW BEDFORD WHALE BOATS,
Smooth Bottom and Centre Board.
Manila Rope, from 1 t 5 1-3 InthM.
IVeF neilford Culling Falls !
Kegs Eastern Bntter,
Preserved Meals, Dried Apples,
Vegetables and Fruiis in Tins.
15,060 Lbs. Cala. Xeir Beans,
Spices of all descriptions.
Fug Horns, Snlres,
Ehvaths and Belts,
Brass and Iron Screws, all si-s,
Brass and Iron Wire eierea,
Auger Bitts, Gimblela,
Epol:e Shares, Sand Paper,
Fish Hooks, Palms,
Lamps, Ax., Ac
RICHARDS & CO.
Will Ron as follows, leaving Ilonolala
Monday, Sept. 2Sth, Monday, Oct. . 26A,
Monday, OcL 5th, Monday, Xoo. ' 2d,
Monday. Oct. JZth. Monday, Xov. 9th,
Monday, Oct. JSth.
AT 4 P. SI. PRECISELY, TOCCHIJia AT
Kealak ek net. Weelnesday, abend noon,
Kailna, Wednesday evenings.
Kaicaihae and Mahvkuna, Thursday evenings.
Arriving back at Honolulu Saturday momin;a.
63 8t WALKER A ALLEN. Agents.
Hawaiian Pacltet JLine
PORT! jA!tfa ORGOIV
THE FINE AMERICAN CLIPPED, BAKU
Will Ran Regularly be! w een llonolnla and Portland.
For Freipht or Passage, tiavint? !futrior Accommodations for
Cabin and Steerage l'atsenfers. apply to
6U 6m WALIiEtt & ALLEN, A cents
CHAS. BRENIG'S OLD STAND,
furuer of Aonana and Marine Strretit.
CIIIAS. BREMC HAS ALWAYS A FULL.
J and aclected btouk of
Clothing, Boots Be Shoes
GEXTS.' riUMSUl.G GOODS,
II;i(s and Caps, Dry and Fancy Goods
YANKEE NOTIONS, fcc. A.c.
He ffr his fine and selected etock 20 ier cent, cheaper
than auy other store in the city.'
Come one. come all. and satisfy yourselves.
P. S- No tnmble in abowiag Good.. Sm
And Other Musical Instrumentst
TUNED ANI REPAIRED
BY CHARLE3 DERBY AT THE TnEATER.
Leaaons Given on Piano and Kuitar.
let ,f referencea iriven.
FfiHOSE INTENDING TO OPEN NEW
I SETS OF ACCOCNT BOOKS, on the firat of the year,
are invited tn examine my stock just received, which embraces
all s'ses and kinds, from miniature volumes to Royal
Also, everything required in the line of Office Stationery.
603 11. M. WHITNEY.
A Book which should be in Every Library
.MEWS' i)fm DHTMAM
CO NT A INI NR ABOUT 20.000 HAWAIIAN
Words, with Enitlish aiirniQcttion, and
a usi i
Id nnglish-IIanaiian Vocabulary, and Chronological
Table or Historical Events.
13y Lorrin Andrews.
vairv 5 Rour"1 io Sheep, ..... 5.00
j Bound in Half Morocco, . . . O.OO
For Sale by L. M. WHITNEY.
77t. Valuable Work- can be drained in London of
Messrs. TRCBNER t Co., Paternoster Row.
.4iI also in Xeic York cf
Mesr. BARNES at Co., John Si.
ALSO FOR SALE.
Elshop'g Hawaiian and English Thraso Boot, SOtts,
UNITED STATES BONDS OF INDEBT
EDNES, (5-'20's or aoy other class of bonds.)
Cashed at the highest rales.
p. M. WniTNEY.
" K I L A U E