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Y,UU.UIS. BLINCIMUD & CO.
S1' iping & Commission Merchants,
5. 30 Front Mrecl.
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JANION, RHODES & CO.,
VIeiweLa. Vaavw'a lalaaa.
rt.. L.Jnary l.lWi-
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MAIN A. WINCHESTER,
auscvsrrtaaa asw rrtsiia
i-riess, Saddles, Bridles Whips,
COLLILS SADDLE. HIRE, Ave.,
tit4tis unr ri-.aie.
N ii 0.d iMuftarai Caonrd St Ilirnrw mMMty
u '.ut.ru - 17
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SKVEIUXCE, CL.1KK & CO.,
And Shipping Agents.
t i'ftnt Street, corner f .toy St-, Hm Fnncijco.
W. w, 1 atlaad I eft fake W 9H(r. sad n k de of lalaad
p-K),k Ao, ltn--tin aa4 oriii f Mer
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TVIcC R ACKEN, MERRILL Co.,
JC nil ISS102V III KBCII AIl'TS,
ft . HO BEK.V EmUcRD IVOCR PRK
II - buurx apward ef Mm year, aad being
la! aarmf fcrteti fcallJiof . Pn "dlar-eei
..t ik mo( lat staple. m r', IU,St rj, M
C'.1. to !TttA(9. t'M)irius-w -p:illy aoUcxra
th ' 'rra - rurt. to vhich it1 tlerutoo will b il.
vl f Lieh can- wlTsocv will b Buul wbco rcqul rl.
UiLirf" LlodeBbeTtfor. " '
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I5. Waikr Alle-. 1
40 M CUCI1I.
J. C. 31 CUR ILL L Co.,
?o niniion mcrcliants
Autioiio o r-M ,
20-1 and -06 California Street,
ALdU. AOC5TS OF TUB
? i Fraacisco and Honolola Packets.
: Urt:rattu(tma toiti Ml aI ,rh
. ahia' rotM,arfilte( wfc M(a(Ja.Ua
II frtM rln at a rrartM,fty r to Uto Xto-
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7S!Z GOLD METAL WATCHES!
HOW SCI5U ISTROtCCEO T
O. I2.00r-TITVH CO.,
: UlMIinbTWX hTSl 1K1 CISCO,
,.- URl'lM .iXrTIIlXG IET
Srt '-- ICbvy ar tt I ft gi 4 U .
1 :.- l-illan'lrlkcC04t fn, IO and f 13
rack; Ike citlr-ea'i cl
f IS and 10 each.
CI7.HXJS mom $3 to $6 each
r fa tc,My
- it rtif that I k carrted an o Um nai all ta
tal WatuMa wklrB I got af C. C CadnM a Ch aa4 I
fl . t . a rut a wall, and knrv Cnotl ItfM aa aay vatck
I - r trrtrd. aod I Caa liit mMataml Ibcaa. I aa
r r -..j aa Saeraaxato Mrtaci t'Arjrtof .
C A. COLBT.
I fininaw aa Um 1 i Ja RaHroail I ta kaea car.
rv i a ut C. a. Chilian a Co.", aratrtra br aNx ana year,
... t a aafclj aay at la " vatck tor Urn Uu U i
rarca. OKU. CUH.NWAL L,
Engineer a tha Saa Juae Ra tit road.
T Toaao. Ui 5ft. 1S00L
'. a. C. g. CaV. a CavI a to fcaaw aat aa t Ural
tnul Ha o at al crwra loonaaikiirM. Mca afU
a m -Uioa a p art BMialy dctijiLl 4 at Ut a ate I
' . j- a i 1 aa very awarh ptrarU wKk k It giara u
jping to b ' frM m anoav. I muu yaura. Aa.
. H. a. !AriV3(. Ctefc,Tua -a,C P. JL. BL
' a l rVtca, aal -a-Tiptio nef Oooda, amI iiaetij 10
. ' b Hat fty rxprraa, la alJ r an Jefcry.
, c. a. colu8 a cv,
i . JS Waahtng o atra-k I a ffaaciaco.
.. Wfc -ra ia Watc ta af lb aba art ardentl ai as
t , aend oea astra. Ira ef aa caa rg a. We a a deal
.i' ..' c ' ant Uotit and ! WaCcbaa, aralcfcaiak r ' aad Jew.
b: - t ' a J aaatrrta , at lite very tnwaet poaaibi rate
Uahl Metal Weteaea mtrm bcin IntradacMl by C. B.
(.., v C , of V1 Franrto. aaaia la be j the I g tu
Ii tia g a cheap ad a tha aaa tt tfaaa gnad-4u 4io Uoe-
' r a of the ywng laiiy entapaai tore la ear office aaa
r.. . 1 1 caoaat hiail adverUi Md whiett raaa vcR. and
. . - I tiate, h k aril, aad ace a to ft UUI ail kbe reejaire-t-.
- .. - felttla-pncod v rb. Tnecbala acnt with Uta aralcb
. c r c . ielie deatga aad bigb Aois See t nr aJverU i cat
la w ' . eolara n,
(La Peru Caioa.)
v.,av.ii baoa received aaa af a aear Gold Metal
mCM. CeOtoa a Cev , of Saa fraaeiaa It
y i. abed, hanticm ew. beep g-d tune, aad la afchuot
l nt t - -ieat aatrb r fba pnea t U eaa pawbaeed La
a lr t.'ae i
' 1 4 t t f Caeaper lhaa ! look g a J eariag
li i. -ax-Uher pta ted aur rala d - are la aear dold
M.L-t ..'wa-a e aaa la at week at ear Mead Co ae. II wa
ba-l a. . eld wateb a herb w aaw to pay ear year ft? la
Cn .e ; i a far In prtv'ilegt ef wearing ae aertataty weald
"' 1 Metal Watc t9i X
IViMi CroodM per Idaho !
Jvr r cc c i v ;o7a nxE assort
Lattiei aatl JCiaac Do Is aad Saacs. '
f Mata? Dctl'DotO, .
Dor Fla Deal aid Hko.
. ALSO .
jl-l. TffK LJTK i.TD .vra7 3TTLXS OP
X and Xa-ncjr Goods.
rr a-lar CI
J. DATU CO.
HONOLULU 1R0X WORKS COUPiLNY.
;AKC UL KISD1 Of
-Itctinery, -agmr J-ills. Eteam Engines,
B"i r. Caoler, aad abeet Iraw Work. a-J aS k-da af
BB-ia 15P XROS CASTWO.
a Iarr tek ef taping. Blbuare, Ta, Baa Tl eea aad
Ceaka.alrk Iw". o.ler Hata. Bar Iron. CeaarWMal Wkraa,
ladia t abr rUilog. aad eeery daaertpttoa af Minery
A Crtat T rlrfr af SEacaf Bry f kaaa k far Sale Ut.
aw Jr no?fOLtn.r nui wobkb ca.
trvrrri tatc5 bofh or ixosbt-
U i 'aU .' aK. aaaat a. . -
English and European New.
PAPKK COXTaiXIXC THE NEW.
tbe prerri Lradeea. a wrlMiirnna raa aary. mm
labmiM aaaurr Ireaa Ike Ttawe. aad K tbae r W I
able im a c rap fr , tut ymo rrUng atruad ar a I
Tk eUye of pal eatirt ar Taealaya aad Fridy tVe
aftrraeeo , aad to m pnea ia 3d. per cfy,ar ad. a ak peet
febeerlbera eaa or ia -TUB MAIL." I broach Seaapaper
A reata. or a y bare it fmaa Ui a rbuorr, aa l-re-pa v we. at
Prtatia Una raare. Lamia '
IdEA V IJEItIXS,
Worccjicr.Hliirc Sauce !
JUXLMIED JiY VOXS'OISSEL'XS
rjajao Only Good Bauoo 2
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD !
IMtr. srrcFM oiTiii most dj.
C lot and aanealled Coo.Javrtt baring cel eertala
oaKr to apfr tb aaat of Worcreurahire fort" la tbrir
owa intrrinr rnnpante. I be Pabiie to herety Is formed that laa
ai y way to teeare th geaaioe, la la
ASK FOE LEA & PEXtBIKS' SAUCE,
and to e ftiat rtieir aaawa are epca tha irrapftr, Jattti,
layper and Milt.
Sueoe o tbe foreign arfce kain b-ra aoppUed with a
par aa Woreeatcranire Saar. opoo lb wrapt UbeM
ut wbacb tba aa tea ef Lea aad fcrrioe bare bve (nrgrd. L. and
P. giro an a U t they bare furawbed tbeir corrcapooVtita
w!U power of attorney to ube it at proceed ga or art
Aiaaarlrr and Kfapor ef aoch, ar aoy otber in iuoa
by wbicb their right aaaj ta Infr ged. .
lk far LEA Jl fT-EIX' Saatr aad fee Sane
Wrapper, Laarl, Cattle, and Mapper.
Wanfc-aele arxl Fir Kpr1 by tb Proj.ore. Warceetrrt
Cmee and HI -kwelJ, Lnodoo, Ac, Ac.) aad by Croeen and
Otlram enieatlr 1r
M RICCIIANTK MUTUAL
MARINE I-TSUEANCE COMPANY.
Ol Wan Frnnclsro.
TUB CXDKRSICSED IIAVIXO BKE
a; rointrrt ageota fnr the abore Company, beg lare la
lelornt tbapabl that tbey are new prepa red to tov
MARIXK IXfcl KACK 1'OL.ICIKS OX
CAKCOklS, t'RElGIIT una 1 REASl'RE.
Cly WALKER a ALLEN.
IIAMfUritCII-ItR E M K X
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
fBUlK UMIERMlC.NK.il, IIAVIXCJ BEE.V
JL. AppUated Agent af to above Co pany.ara prepared
I loaava riak agaiaat Fir oo Slnoe and Erick BaiUlmga,
aal aa Mercba mliaa atored thereia, oo aat ravor le term,
for particalar apply at the office of
V , . . V. A. ECHAEFER a CO.
MoeUaly May a. i6 (All IS
IMP K RIAL,
FIRS INSURANCE COMPANY.
OFLOXIK)K. ; .
(E aiawllefcee) A. I. 1803.)
CASH CAPITAL, 8.O0O,OO0J
raillB UXDRRSIGXKO IIAVIXO 11EEX
Apnoba ted A grata of the abore Ceaspaoy for the llaeaf
laa la a a.
Are Prepared to Ioanre Acalaat Fire
Oa Brick, tton aad Wm in BoiUiega, Merebandisa, Furni
ture. Ar ea lb 1 at f-'.W Ura. f parttcoUra ai ply
attbeorareof Cel ly) WALKLR a ALLE.N.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
CEXT Breaaea BaeareJ mt L' wdrrwrilrra.
Aajrait Drradra Baeiiat af t'actrrvrrltrra,
Altai Vlraaa Uwearal af 1'wdrrwr Iter.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINUURRII.
CAPITA . .fMK.000
Aeeaaealale- aael lajrtrd aaU a,3B,IIH
TUIK r XDF.nilCXEO II AVE IIKE.V AI
FVITKU tiikMs k tb Ba nlauk I.U ., and art
aot r id to laa are araw at F'tf area Ueor r lera .
Kiak ukea la aay part of In I a.U oa Wo lea baiMiaga,
aad rcb adi a e eed thercta. lei.n Hoe ra aad faiai
lare. Tta ter, CK Snipe a bar to kb or a nJ at cargnea ar
s-terrpair. It'1 Ij tl. U JlfoCULAbUtH A CO.
TIIR BRITISH AXI l OREICX
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEITJ RISKN AT THE LOWEST
BaIES. TVc r Ibe rlica of lb Co i nyaxa
pecta lly adraaugeoaa. til ft. U. DAVIKS.
THE N0RTHERI? ASSTJILANCE COMFY
Iwses lire aid Urr relltlrs
OX TIIK MOST LIBERAL. TERMS. ALL
C km i tor Lea aeUled attb pn lptit I.
C49-ly TUEO. II. DA VIES, Ageal.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
rrnilE BJ-ST ASSORT 31 EXT IXTIIECITT
M caa be fuoad at
ii. i. chase's,
IX FORT STREET.
SHATTER HERBS OF VARIOUS KINDS,
tacit aa are aeedia doaseatia practice.
OPEN TO ALL, EVER V DAT
IN THE WEEK.
llaars frast 9 1. 31. ta 10 P. 3L,
Caaflra. la tke 5UtIlara Hatae.
Tb Wat Friday erealnj of each nvath reaerrol (rtb ateet
log, of the T. H. C. A. CSS ly
Removed to No. 33 Fort Street. .
Ol'LD RESPECTFL'LLV CALL TIIK
auentioa of &cletiU aad aitar to lb
CnOICB ASSORTMENT OF
Many New (J oods Just Opened,
Eeaatiful Straw-worked Boaea,
feVarl kinrt. 9tatoary,
iwt.-cUln W are. F-mbraUery.
Dreui awl Klrer Hacklra,
Studs, Inlaid Cabinets, FiiMng Canes,
Baaihaa Cfealaa. Cauaraaa, Carlaar JLe Ae.
ALTO. A C03LPCCTB ASSORTMENT OF
India Rubber Goods !
Flaw Water-proof Ceata aad Cape, Paochoa,
Braahea. Coaaba, Walk laa Caaea.
PriakJiX Cap. Teieemp TaaibHra.
LoQa, Karkra UC. Toy. Rmrv
ladia Baaaer Aewelry. Tenbiog Riaga
Veat Cbaioa, Ac-, aC-, Aev,
ill xnr coods jtst rcchted,
The Finest AMortment of Rubber Goods
tVZR OPCytD .T Til5 MJBXIT.
NO. 33 FORT STREET.
sag At D. FOSTER At CCS.
AFRESH iCPPLT OF JOCRX1L iritll
A.1D BbXOaD BOOKS, joat recateed pr D. C. Mtk.
BA T gnd r aai by B. U. WHtTHkY.
VBJlTII.MAP.or Til K HAWAIIAN
Sojourner Truth i djing.
Hjkx Bonlieur is accued ofeiaoklng.
Victoria Approved abort riding-babiw.
Cot. Seatcr of Tcnntwaec ia onl 3G rears old.
Domaa, ptre, is liard at work on hi cook-lOo1c.
Jxuea I'arton ha i tern again Tiaiting General
Mm. Lander will return from England in
Rocbcfcrrt, tbey aaj, ha gambled away his
liriht is threatened with the disease of his
lbUcn ladies will be j-ablic lecturers this
Mrs. Bloomer has not renounced, but only
lerrc-ned, her attire.
Humboldt s oenrant, to whom he left most of
j his pnperty, is dead.
Metr. Iloutwell and Delano CiTor the continu
ance of the income tax.
TJie Her. who tied the (Jordian knot for Com
modore Vanderbilt got $500.
Tiurlinpuue and party started for St. Peters
burg on the 12Ui of Sejitembcr.
"Literary body-enatcjicr " is what the Norfolk
Virginian calls Mrs. Slowe.
A child named White was stung-to death by
bees, at Newport, recently.
Grand Duchens Helena of Russia is called the
beet-looking princess in Euroj.
The famous old drummer-boy. who lost both
feet at Waterloo, bos died at the InvaliJc.
At Sioithfield, K. I. Jonathan Buxton, aged
102 years, is living with his wiJe Saloma, aged
Mr. Longfellow has been made an honorary life
member of the Perth Society of Belles Lettres.
IludVotr city, X. Y., contemplates a monument
to the great llcndrik, wlo gave his name to the
Brighain Young excommunicates saints for
profanity, but stays in the church and swears
Madame Anna Bishop has returned to America
after an absence of nearly four years.
Joseph Mason, of Birmingham, lias given
200,000 to build almshouses and orphan asylums
near that town.
The Viceroy bought a doll in Paris for the
Sultan's daughter. The carriage of the toy
woman cost 10,000.
Theodore Tilton lectured out "West hot year,
and now, from Ohio to Nebraska, babies are
being named after him.
Jenny Lind's h unhand has squandered her
prorty, and bIio Intends to open an operatic
singing scliool in Paris.
Commissioner Delano says his most earnest
wish, at present, is to ncnd a Revenue Inspector
or two to State Prison.
Montpensier is accused of having captured and
published the letters of tho late Queen of Spain
to ler million admirers.
Tne New Orleans Picayune is carried away by
the success ol Judah P. Benjamin in London, and
calls him a mental phenomenon.
Dr. Strongsberg, who was the ragged tennant
of a London garret seven years ago, is now tbe
railroad King of Prussia, worth $40,000,000.
Mrs. Hiza N. Bellows, wife of Rev. Dr. Bellows,
died at Northampton, Mass., on Friday evening,
August 27th, at the age of 37.
IMPROVEMENT "is" TIIK ORDER OP
tle day. lianog cubatractrd a pew ky.liEbU and made
rariou MbT loprrrBenta, I boj now to be able to rait tbe
Beet fetation with
Of any Site.fi tnn a tVi.'i to a Mammoth, takrn in
U.e Utl Hyl of Art,
And on avwt reonat4e lrr a. ALSO, fnr aato VUri of tb
talan-te. PortraiU of lb kUoga, Qoe-ea.arMl nther NotaMe.. Ae.
CA9 y II. , CMASfc. Fort Htm.
Florida Water of the best Qualify.
BROWN'S TROCHES, HAM
BL' HO Tra, rtdll:s rodrr,
1 treat Aartmrat af lsratial Oils
Serb aa Oil Rwwr. Oil Ilrraaaf. Aien Air.
(itjerrtoe. Syrtnrre a eanety. !.ret Paapt, Karaing Dot lira,
Iroaare. Aa. Cocoa Italic. White Wat, Yellow Wax, fper
lacettl, WbUe t'aatlle 5. rain Killer. Ac. Ac.
FOR SALE AT LOWEST PRICES BT
fl Sot II. I- CHASE, Farl Si.
New Goods now Landing
Clipper Ship "Ivjlon," from Uoston.
CASES BURNETT'S ASST'O EXTRACTS,
Caara trairy Ban, r R bag.
Caaea Tab! Salt, la aroal! boaea,
C rrerton a Mrrriir Teut Poodm,
Caae, Buotoo Card Malcbea.
ALSO. A SMALL LOT OP
DEST CF.NTKIFUAI WIUE CL.OTII.
For rale at Iba Family Grocery and Teed bore, bj
C97 in I. BART LETT.
rajeilR limf.IC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
1 that WM. Ul'UHES and FRANK W. VVSSK bare en
tered Into a Co-trtnerhip fur lac parpoaa of carrying on a
Ketail Ltqoor Sal-juo. I be Co-JrUerb'P to !aM from U
lith of repUrniPer.
lloaolola, rptcBbertA.leB. M 3t
C. BREWER & Co.
Ofler For Saxle !
aaiYZ. SHIP 'CETTLOINT,'
Cases Yellow Metal Sheathing,
- EECS C0MP0SIT10X XA1LS AS D SriEES,
Bales Burlap Bags,
Bales best 40 in. Burlaps,
Bundles Sheet Iron,
IRON STOCIC ANCHORS.
SXXED AS FOLLOWS :
904 924 ' 1194 1C04
905 1064 1342. 1784
AS INTOICR OF
McMurray Sc Co.'s Fresh Oysters
m. aod lib. Tina. AUo,
Spiced Ojstcrs, 1 lb. and 2 lb. Tins,
AN INVOICE OF DOORS.
Bbls. No. 1 aad 2 Roain,
Bbls. Torks Island Salt,
lOOO Dbls. Oil Showks.
King STREET. HO.IOLULU. 687 ly
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. OOYD.
Chakaat efaata froea aaeat Lard. Pooitry, Tiaa, TegatahUa
Vc, feralahed ta order. 67 ly
AXI OTHER MUSICAL IX-n-il
TTSIID 1XD REPAIRED, '
BT CBABLEa rjaw r- TUUiLk.
. " v.lvrti n PiTtr Tvd Culmi.
tot A lOtrtlttf glvw. aou y
The area of Cbicago is 35 square mUes.
Dakota lias received 5,000 setUcrs this year.
A "dog tournament" was Chicago's latest
Two colored men are on tbe slump for Dent in
illnncHoU prouiinea soon to supply tlie South
' Baltimore manufactured 22,611,184 cigars dur
ing the last year.
There has been a great decline in the price of
false hair abroad.
Petrolia, Canada, is becoming lkely ngain with
the revival in oil.
Sir EJward Creasy is writing a novel on a
Greek and classical subject.
India rubber decoy docks, with a real quack,
can now be purchased.
Manchester, Eng.. is about to put a statue of
Oliver Cromwell in its town nail.
Within nine months a family in Indiana has
celebrated lour weddings, three births and two
A wealthy German merchant in Indiana lias
insured his life for the benefit of tbe poor of the
The new novel by the author of St. Elno, fur
which it is said she is paid $15,000, touches on
tbe divorce question.
An English paper advertises for sale a pew
which commands a view of nearly the whole
Over 5,000 persons have stopped at the hotels
at the White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia,
during the present season.
Norfolk, Va., has an ordinance by which only
eight boot-blacks are allowed to work in the city,
and each has his own district.
Two nieces of Jefferson Davis are said to be
tbe greatest belles in Faria now.
Will Edi cate tiie Freedhen. It is said that
about two hundred Catholic priests will shortly
leave Rome for the Southern States, w hero they
will undertake the education and conversion of
The whole number of persona in Charleston S.
C, as appears from a census juet taken, is 44,952.
There are 4,020 more blucks than whites, and
4,600 more female than males. The population
of the city in 1800 was 40,522.
A number of American engineers have reached
the city of Chihuahua. They were sent by Gen.
Fremont's party to survey a new route to the
Gulf of California, to extend from San Antonio,
Texas, to Mazatlan. passing through Taraaulipas,
Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Loon and Sinaloa.
A poisonous bush has proved very destructive
to sheep in Australia. It is a pretty shrub about
four feet high, with a bright scarlot blossom. The
botanical name is gastrolibium grandifroum, and
over 2,000 sheep have been lost out of one flock
from eating this bush.
Prince Arthur is named for the Duke of Wel
lington, his godfather. The young man is now
19 years old, and is in training for Field Marshal
and Commander-in-Chief of the British army.
He will remain in Canada until next J une.
Prince Napoleon is much bothered by a man
who looks wonderfully like him and claims to be
a son of King Jerome. The Prince denounces him
for an impoator, but is careful not to have him
arrcfted. - The Emperor refuses the fellow au
dience," but the Empress has taken quite a fancy
to him, and inclines to believe his claims not fic
titious. . . t.
Salt Lake, Sept. 12. David and Alexander
Smith returned from the Josephite Conference at
Maiade City, Idaho, and yesterday recommenced
preaching against Brigham's authority and the
orthodoxy of his Church. While at Brighain
Cityra mormon town, they were watched by a
Mn-ivt police, and the names of parties conversing
with tlivm taken down. After leaving, tho man
! they ttopi'od with was reprimanded by a Mormon
Henry. Ward Beecher one said: "The loan
that would shoot a robin, except in tlie Fall, and
. then really and conscientiously for food, has in
j hiui the blood of a cannilwl ; and would, if horn
: in Otahiti, have eaten ministers and digeeted them
Fa nny Fern says : "If one-half the gi rls knew
the prct ious lives of tho men they marry, the
list of old maids would be wonderfully increased."
Whereuton the Boston Post ar-ks : " If the men
knew what their future lives were to be, wouldn't
it increase the lit of old maids still further?"
The Bight Hon. Stephen Lushingtou, who was
consulted by lidy Byron with regard to a separa
tion from her husband, it is stated, is still alive,
and will no doubt be able to clear up the Byron
blander," so-called. Dr. Lushingtou was born in
1782, ami is therefore now 87 years of age.
Prof. Chase, the geologist, has examined the
cave lately found at Star Spring, Saratoga, and
found in it a subterranean lake, the sides of which
were smooth perpendicular rook and the bottom
not attainable with a twenty foot pole. The
watfr is very clear, and is supposed to reot on a
soda bottom. Prof. Hagar, geologist of Vermont,
will further investigate the phenomenon.
' Hordes Coming. The trotting horse Hotspur,
recently sold in Massachusetts for $15,000 the
purchaser intenuing uj uiko mm to vutiioruia.
The nallion, Robert Bonner, has been sold for
$10,000, also to come to this coast. We sliall
soon have some of tlie best trotters, as we now
Lave the fastest runners, in the United States.
The people of tho Isthmus are mourning over
the gloomy condition of affairs. The trade and
travel of Panama and Af pin wall are becoming
one of the things of the past. A deep gloom
liangs over tlie ousiness people, and a general
conviction is expressed that the darkest days are
vet to come. Real estate in tho towns has de
clined, and many of the mercantile houses of
Panama are closing up their business and leav
ing the country.
A lad of twelve has juet been tried at St.
Petersburg for incendiarism, having deliberately
act fire to his master's house, and to other houses
in its vicinity, no fewer than five, several times,
two of the conflagrations occurring on tlie same
day. On being questioned as to his motives for
these outrages, he rerlied with apparent sincerity
that " he wanted to see what a fire looked like."
The magistrates discharged him, recommending
his relatives to keep him under close surveillance.
Tub Shortest Rolte to Cuana. The shortest
route to China is attracting the attention of the
Englieh journals, and it is asserted to be a matter
of vital importance to the trade of Great Britain
with the seat of tea-producing empire, to lessen
the distance between tlie respective markets.
The influence of the Pacific Railroad, in tlie
United States, it is alleged, will interfere with
the trade carried on by the old routes, and
although the Suez Canal may dispense with the
necessity of passing round the Cape of Good
Hope, yet a great obstacle still remains in the
circumnavigation of the peninsula of Malacca.
The object of these arguments appears to be the
advocacy of tbe construction of a railway by
England from India, through Burmah, to tlie
western cities of China.
Tine Next World's Fair. Paris, London and
New York are all meditating great fairs for the
exhibition of the industry of all nations some
time within three or four years to come ; but St.
Petersburg comes first in the list, and will posi
tively open a general Industrial Exhibition on
May 15th, next year. Goods intended for exhi
bition must be sent after the 15th of February
and before the 15th of April, 1870. and the send
ing of explosive or combustible materials is
strictly prohibited. We can understand the
order so far as it relates to explosive materials ;
but the second specification is altogether too
general. Nearly everything sent to the only
World's ftur ever held in this city was found to
bo combustlple, and even tbe glass and iron
building on Reservoir square in which tbe show
was field was destroyed by fire.
rm . Krv. Ilrait A afiaa Sa )ulinn
stock for a small news-stand kept on an out-of-
t be-way street.
News Dealer Well, what will you have
Moke (boldly) " One dozen Police Gazettes."
News Dealer One, two, three, six, nine,
twelve. Here yoa are sir.'
Moke Two doxen.Day'' Doings."
News Dealer 44 there they are, sir. What
Moke (confidentially) Hab yoa ah-any
ahem any (in a low whisper) Atlantic Month-
.v&w (wltb an air cf iujnrrd inncee.ice) ;
-u i.ir," I)i. rni Vie Presf.
At the close of tbe Krst half 'of the W 3g
1869. there were in cjrculatto n j.2'-
Bank of England notes, 444,400 i-10 notes,
rX from 20 to 100 of the aggrete value of
0,896,000, 200 to 500 note, of the MraJae or
1,807 000 and 1,833 1,000 Tnotes. Th Aj
total value of tho bank notes held by the pubhc
was 23,393,000. The bullion held t
to 18.624,000, the 15,000,000 securities mak
ing a total of 33,624,000 held against the notes
issued or in reserve.
"This is not Tobacco, Eots! District
Secretary Warren lias a way of getting into diffi
culties sometimes, but he always has another
way of getting out of them ; as witness th from
his " Twelve Years Among the Children :
" I was talking to the children in a town, hast,
and had occasion to take a bit of trocliee, to help
my . hoarseness. Fearing tliat the boys might
think it was tobacco, I said, in an undertone,
" This is not tolwcco, boys." That moment an
elderly man in, the rear rose up, came forward,
and handed me a fig of tobacco, on the platform,
which brought out a burst of laughter. Said
he, "I-thought you sked for some tobacco.
" I thank you." said I, " but I never use tobacco.
" Oh ! " said he, and turned back to bis seat. I
felt for the man, who appeared embarrassed and
mortified. I told the audience that it was gentle
manly thing tlie man did, though by mistake.
Moral: Courtesy puts a grace even upon
blunders. Kindness is in place everywhere. That
man's habit was wrong, but his manners wrere
VUbf AhaUWAd w7 dfadaa.
Per Steamer IcUalio,
A Fiae Asaorttneat af
CONSISTING OF VERY FINE
White Crape Shawls, heavy and light,
White Silk Shirts and Trowsers,
rtlack. White and Fancy Check Piece Silk a,
While Chinese Mosquito Netting,
Block, Blue and White Silk Bells,
Sandal wood, Irory. Bone, Feather and Pappr Fans, of all
deacrtntlona ami sites, .
Very fine Nankeen,
Aasorted Colored Silk Handkerchiefs, beaey and light,
SILK. TASSELS, VF.RY SUPERIOR TEA, c, Ac.
' : AT
CIIULAN & BROTHER'S,
694 m Nuuana Street.
Stoves and Ranges.
COOK'S TOKEN COOK STOVES Noa. 7
Chelsea Range. No. 7 and 8.
For aale low. ' '690 3m) ' C. BREWER. Ac CO.
mjOTIIlXG HAS BEEN FOUND TO SUR-
Winter's Metallic Paint !
As a protection for all kinds of Sheds, Buildings, Roofs, Boilers
Iron or Wood-work exposed to the changes Incident to a tropi
cal climate. It is anti corrosive, resists dampness anil defies
decay, and is the only armor which protects from all vicissitudes.
For Sale Wholesale hy C. Brewer & Co.,
And at retail by all enterprising dealers If. PainU. 692 6m
NOTICE. - -
T'llE UNDERSIGNED INTENDS TOLRAVE
in the Stenmcr for California, and requests all persons
indebted to eet'le their bills, and those having account.) to
present thvm. lUviue sold o-.it his stock to Mr. JOHN NEIL,
who will carry on the business at the old sUnd, he solicits for
him a continuance of the public patronage.
894 , :., T T. TAN N ATT.
1858. .JO. W. KINO, 1869.
ARTIST IM PHOTOGRAPHY,
Over the Jdvtrtner OJtee,
Next dow to the Pot Office, has oper.ed his Gallery fur Photo
rrah. Cartes de VUite, Ambrotyies, Melaiao
ly pes, Ac, &c
679 SaUafar-iiais Warranted or mo Par, ly
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
FORK known as UUDtiY it Hit AY. enraged in the
bu.ini- of Soap mnnufneture at Leteo. is hereby diksolvrd by
mutual consent. The tiosiness will oe tterealler carried oo
under the naue and style of C. W. GRAY & CO.
W. II. HUDDY,
- C. W. 3KAY.
II wotuhj, Oct. 1. 1869. 697 .
e--..y TIIE UNDERSIGNED a
have this day formed a Co partnrrxliip L
fF'V -- under the name and style or UAKPKKYvv
ir tf,. i CUAVThK, for the purpose of carry-
log oo the
Blacksmithing Business in all its Branches.
Particular attention riven ta Ship and JohMnr Work. By
strict attenlioa to biuluess we hope to merit a continuance of
Honolulu. October 1, IS69. -
K. . HAltl'KK.
J. T. CHATTER.
Bells, Hells, Belts !
E. O. H aITl & SON
TaTlLL RECEIVE BT THE MAGNET
Ww an Assortment of
31 ENE ELY'S CELEBRATED BELLS,
Suitable for Churches, Schools and Plantations,
Ran cine from 19 to 209 lbs. with Wheel and Standards com
plete - ' 6Ud 2m
Fine Cut Cliewiiig Tobacco!
A CHOICE ARTICLE, . AT THE SODA
FOUNT of '
pup 6m HOLLISTER & HTLAND.
ItO.VA JCOFFEE !
A SUPERIOR LOT OF OLD KOXA COF
1 W FKK, for sale in quantities to suit purchasers, by
601 las . C i WALUaai tt ALLEN.
LIME AND CEMENT,
a LWAYS oa HAND AND WARRANTED
S as Fresh as any in the market, and for sale at lowest rales.
694 6m . C11AS. N. BPKNCEK CO.
Manila and Havana Cigars.
riMIE VERT. BEST IX HONOLULU, FOR
M sale cheap by
(690 2m) . C. N. SPKNCKR e CO.
A No. 1 Burlaps.
Till E STOUTEST AND TOCOHEST IN
tbe Market, just the article for Palu, Coffee and Paddy.
For sale as cheap aa the i-heapast. by
690 2m Ctf AS. N. SPKNCEK A CO.
Tar and Pitch,
1TN QUANTITIESTOSUIT PURCH ASERS.
JL fur sale by
(690 2n) , CHA8. N.SPENCKK -
GREAT VA-RIETT. AND OF TIIE
best quality, for sale by
ago 2nt - CIIAS. N. SPEXCEK W.
Faints and Oils. .
ANEW LOT OF ZINC, WHITE LEAD,
Black Paint, Paint Oil acd Paint Brushes, all of superior
quality, and joat out from the Old Country. For sale by ...
: euo am - -. cuas. x. spENCEa a co..r
Corn Brooms, Scrub Brooms,
AND SCRUBBING BRUSHES. FOR SALS BY
690 2m CUAS. N. SPKNCKtt a CO.
Columbia and Frazer River Salmon,
IN BBL9.SPRINe CATCil.AND A CHOICB
article, for ada by i 6SO tm) C W. SPKCBR fc CO.
Hemp and Manila Cordage,
BALK ROPE. HAT ROPE. MARLINE,
IlouseliDe, Sponyarn, and Ratlin Stuff. For aaie by
0M 2sa - - -CUAS. W. SPKNCKR CO.
To the Ladies or Honolulu.
BEGS TO INFORM THE LADIES
of Honolulu that she has removed to the Store formerly
occupied by Mrs. McDoagalt. oo Fort street, above
Hotel, where she intends continojog tha business of
' : Dress Making and Millinery. ."
Ladiea" and Children's Dresses made to order.' Also, every
description of L'oderclothinc. Mrs. 8. will endeavor to rive
: Supreme Court lii Probate. '
la the matter of the Estate of WILLIAM MEWTOS LACD,
af Uoooluia, Wand of Oaha. late daoeased.
PROPER APPLICATION HAVING BEIS
made to the Honorable Atred & Hartweli, Justice of tha
Boprem Coart. by JOANNA LAD D. tor aa Administrator to
be appointed upon the Estate of her deceased husband, William
N. Ladd, of Haooluht. aforesaid, and also that a Otaardian may
be appointed ever tha Estatea of tha minor children of aaid
deceased. Notice ia hereby riven ta all persona whom it may
coneero. that FRIDAY, tha 2Jd day af OCTOBER next, at I
o'clock la the forenoon, ia a day and boor appointed for bear
lac tha application aforesaid, and all objections that may be
oCrd U.frA' a; tue Cvtrrt House in '.I." towa c' fi-.tat'ulu.
W1LU til HUMPHRIS.
irpat.-y Clerk f ?piitf Court.
J. JL CB0WEXL, Proprietor.
EVERT ARTICLE 'fa ADVERTISED
- - FOR SALE 'i. ;!
In a Grocery or Feed Store,
! MAY BK FOCND f.
Cheap for Cash,
r ON NTJUANU ST-, AT NO. -, j
: " 74),
T : " : - , i- CSS Sra
STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
OF ANY DESCRIPTION ?
GEO. O. SIDER'S,
Na. 28 Xsoaan Street,
And yoo will have an opportunity or obtaining; just the article
.hi i nwF.ST MARKET RATES. Particular attention
BlTenU SHIP WORK AXD PLrMBIXG,
m.vrni . niiwna of Honolulu and the Island gener
ally, for their liberal patronare in the past, I hope by strict at
tention to Dusmesa to merit uie same iui im
O- Order from the other Island tottf be carefully at
tended ta. 6t7 Sm
New Goods Just Received
AFONG & ACHUCK,
Brigr Carl IndLwigr,
FKO.II CHI IV A.
Best White Matting of different sizes.
Colored Matting. .
CAMPHOR AND LEATHER TRUNKS,
MANILA ROPE AND CIGARS, -
BATTAN CHAIRS AND LOUNGES,
Settee, ."" ?'
Clothes Baskets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
Oolong Tea, .
. - Pouchong Tea,
Sweet Meats, Preserved Cumquot
PRESERVED GINGER, DRIED LIGEE,
Peanut Oil, Varnish. Cut Tobacco, Straw Slippers, Palm Leaf
i una, Chinese lAnierns,
Fire Crackers and Rockets.
BEST CHINA AND CALCUTTA BICE.
Nankin Clath, Moaajaitw Netting,
Tiles for Qardens,
CHINESE WOODElf RICE MILL,
And all Trimmings for Cleaning Rice.
TfinJow Blinds, Feather Brooms, . Tea Poya,
j Ladies' Work Boxes, Backgammon Boards,
Paper Boxes .-Tea Trays,
Fancy Boxes, Cabinets,
Wardrobes. ' .-.'-
Gold and Ivory Carved Bracelets, ' '
- Silver Card Cases, ' '
Silver Pant Buckles
Crystal Bracelets and Breastpins,
Crystal Necklace and Earring,
' Ivory Breast Pins, . s
Ivory Card Caaea
' ' ' Irory Chessmen.
Silk Cause of different kind, Ribbons,
Plaid Silk, ' ' nandkerchiefs of different kinds
Silk Sashes, . Feather and Sandalwood Fans,
Suits of Silk Pajarmas, Cork Hats,
AFONG & ACHUCK,
No. 13 Nunana street.
Fort Street Emporium
- OF " . ' ' ,
- Elegance and Fashion. -
JUST OP E NI NO!
Es Steamer Idaho,
THE LATEST NOVELTIES & STYLES
. -IN- .
BLACK SILK JACKETS,
Black Pusher, and Spaaish Lace Shawls, ' ,
Lace Fichuea, - . . -
Rich Satin and Lace Kotondes, t
Shetland and Llama Brrnouraes, - .
Alpaca Trimmed Jackets A Fichuea.
Costumes of the Period.
im Ooods Z
CoDsi.rting of ,
Rich Tartan and Satin Stripe Leone,
Black Striped Grenadine,
Printed DekUnea. Ae., Ac.
Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats,
Ladies Trimmed and Untrimmed Bonnets,
Beat Ostrich Feathers (Colored and White,)
- A Variety of Fancy Feathers,
liat Trirominrs and Ornament, -
Coventry Cord Kdge Ribbons.
1ft i. ii . ., . . Colored Velvet Kibboaa. Ac
ARTIFICIAL FRIJIT AND FLOWERS.
Black and White SUk MeckHn, f -
Worked Cuahions, Raised Groups,
' - Worked Slippers,
. - , . j Cash's LaceEdra Coventry Frillinra.
Ladies1 Swiaa Bodice.
i f -w i I Lailies Bow (not beaan)
- Ladiea' Fancy Lace Tiea, .
Lace Coilara and Cuffs,
Late Styles ia Sets, Collars and Cuflb, 7'
Whit and Colored Antimacassars, ' .
Ladiea' Corset, Stamped Doylaa aad Toilet Seta,-,
Ladles and Gents' Wklte And CcVA Kid cWes.
' Ladiea White Lisle Hose, ' . - . - '
Ladies White aad Brown Balbriggan Hose, '
Ueota pta and heavy Cotton Half Uaae, i .
Children's White Lace and Cotton Socks, - ' ' '
Qeots' White Cravats aad Stnds,
Patent Cylinder Needle, Lfoea Tape. No 00 to 12, ' - '
White Kmbrollery Silk. Black Silk Frlairea, .
Black acd Col'd Machiae SewiQ giik snk,"
AQiAoce, Myrtle, and Brightom BraVIa.
:.- Tailor Twiat (all irasaaarsX Ac, sc,
V And a Variety , of other IJico Gooda
CHRISTY'S K VENTILATING HATS I
' - 1 - - - VwAaaT. aaA a,
(jfier for Safe to Irrive, J
jPcr.lfpper Ship Iolani
An Invoice of Cotton Euck I
'Sam. I IO.
JBhls. Cttoii Twine,
Best Ash Oars, 14 to 22 feet,
Best Cut Nails, 3d to 60&
Per SUii ' MTagrnet,'
j. O i INVOICES OF WHICH
WILL BE RECEIVED BY XEXT 21 AIL,
3 Hoop Pails.
Table Salt, Bbls. Vinegar,
Dairy Salt, . Bbls. Hams,
Crushed Sugar, Kits Mackerel,
Gran. Sugar, Corn Starch
Loaf Sugar. Pickle,
Ships' Cabooses, Covered Wagons
LINSEED OIL, PAPER BAGS,
AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS!
JUST RECEIVED ANZ SOW OPEN FOR
A Large and Choice Assortment ef
ToWcco jincl Cigars
Comprising in part the following Brands:
Ths. O. WPIiama A Co.'s Light Press Natural Leaf, very floe,
J. F. Oyler'a Hard Press Natural Leaf, very fine.
Golden Bars, Medium Press Natural Leaf, very fine.
Pocket Piece Medium Press Natural Leaf.
Pocket Piece Navy Sweet, ' . '
Fruit Brand Hard Press Chewing.
Horn's Best Fine Cut Chewing.
A Variety of Brands.
Tip Top, German, -
Rio Del Norte, German,
Mariacal Villara, German,
La Rectitude, California made from Hab.na Tobacco.
La Pua, Genuine Ilahanaa, very line,
El Capricho de Cuba,
Genuine Habanaa, very fin.
Briar, Wood Pipes, Siiuff, &c, &e.
Soda .Water Always on Hand,
In Syphon or Soda Bottles. j?
Oriert from the thet- IiIiim4i Rrpttriallr
, mm. awaarJ ,aa aaas w. m-mrm
..... HOLLISTER & 11YLAND,
692 Sm .. (. . . . No. 68 Nauanu Street, Honolulu.
II I L O, II. I
Sugar and. Molasses.
CROP COMING IN AND FOR HALE I
quantities to aoit uurchasers. bv
696 6m , WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
8UQAE AND MOLASSES
TIIK KOIIALA SUGAR COMPANTt
J For sale in quantities to suit by
a 3m - CASTLB A COOKE.
II. Crawrll, Praprietar.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
la lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
y : GEO. C- MCLEAN, Agent.
O NOME A PLANTATION.
Sugar and Blolaosei-Crop 18C9,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN O.UASTI
T I fcS to suit purchasers, by
. WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
Sugar nud Molanieii-L'rop 18G9.
COMING IN. FOR HALE IN QUANT1
TIK3 to suit purchasers, by-
WALKER A ALLEN, Agent.
' . - ' ... v - - .... -
fATEW CROP, NOW COMING IN.
1' For Sale bv
C. BREWER A Co., aenU.
E W CROP OP
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Comlnf in.
For Sale by
. C. BREWER A Co., agents.
WILDER PLANTATION, f
M7aF ADAMS A WILDER, Agents I
HOlTOLtTLTJ-SO AP' WtVUKS. !i
" " ' BY. W. J. IlAWLtNS;. , :
' - 1 - n BsvaaaBwaaBa '
THE PROPRIETOR OP T ABOVE.!
-am- vtoraaupiwpared - ply his eustoaoers, aad taepna- ;r .
He In reneral, with thehest nality YELLOW SOAP. -SOFT
SOAP alway laaaal.
" mnr rarca aip roa 8oa Gaaaaa. . aaa U ;f.
. ' v I ire. Wood !
FJJrSy0,0.0 SCARCE, ATTKN (
aV TION is sailed to : l
THE CHELSEA RANGES
For burning Wood or Coal, being much more economical and
'ff thaJ 8to 0" fcmily aaa. , For sale by -
693 2m C. BREWER CO
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER
Tanned Ooat and Sheep Skin,
CONSTAWTLT ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from the well-known
IfAlMEA TANNERY-C. NOT LEY.
By 4669 lyj J" " Al S. CLKQIIORN, Agent
,Q A WAIIVAJ LEATQEK '
t5ole iad? tsddle 'Leather and 4 Tannea
AREQULAR SUPPLY FROBt? THE CXtt-
BRATED- r -,
W A I "M E A T A NNERV.
rralatthel9wetiuarketrateaby ; ' .
fuw 'it Ciu. r a I r !.
Ilnnolala. 8ept. 20, tbC i.t
a - - I
692 ly A. a. Ci.BUHJl,