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WILLIAMS, BL.LNCII.UiD & CO.,
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Shipping & Commission Merchants,
No. 2IS California Street,
JANIOrJ, RHODES & CO.,
Vlrtwria. Vantooff r' Island.
S.B. ParticuIra::eitUi paid to consignments of Sandwica
Victoria. V. I Janiary 1. 1 0 IT
It. W. SKVSXAira.
C. K. CLARK
SKVIVCC, CL..KK & CO.,
And Siippin Agents.
4ai Fr jui Sired, c-ru-r tf St., San Francisco
wrw,:i -. iothe.i ..f .u;3r. nj !i kiniscf island
pro-i.-. auo, i t:.r iurch;is n.i wr.iiuf j4 t?r
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JoH'J X CRACKS
J. C. 3ICRRILL L Co.,
nirnpi! f. - rn
u uetiono crw,
t!01 and -200 California Street,
ALSO, AGKXTS Ot Tilt:
San Fraocisco and Honolulu Packets.
PrtiTalr-ttt-?af ip sit-n to the sale anl purchase of mer
tliamlif, ships' tMi:agii,ia);l iag whaiesiiips, ncgotialinf
"S-'A7ifhi .mrm, t s. franco.by o, t, the Ho
noiuia luneoi icVtn,wTiu.efrrrJea ramor coMMiaaiox.
lr tscbar.;?- oo ii&m.iuij LooeM and jlz
Mi-ir. C. L. Ui.fc.mM Co
II. ll-u Wf.H & Co
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E al :iit hrman tut up nl of - T.n jrcar., ami being
fc-tci m a tr pm-.f n buu-huir. e are i rr.i t receive
a.i .i.i ot LiUcajul-iWi.ucaaauirar,iii.snil,puia,
C'.lT'-e. to aiantaze. C'oiAimiDnl enpuru.lly licitC'l
fr ibe or-a maricvt, t. wNici. r..i.ai atu-ution wiii pai.i,
an I oj .UcU ea,b a.iarHa -.11 be m-vle wteo rr.n.rrU.
?j v'aaci.v7 Urraaaxca:
Hi.lK'-r k Un'tenherser, J.n. Patrick Co..
red. I ken. . T. Culeniao tt Co.,
fcleTeu. Baker Co.
AIKn k. lewis. LM ft Tiltoo. Lconaril Jc Ureea
11 iSiurLC Rirxaa'tCM:
C31 W alker Alli. 1
f-t rnulrr-KnfirM of -677 bore-, anl f.,r
U ilfnrjr, an.l JIartini-llenry K.flrti of j
j Nire. a.I.teil ij lie- jij j i ar
Ivpartmnit, aLu bf -iK bore for Military
WATKRI'RN)F CKSTKAUriEE ME
TALLIC CARTRItXJti with enlarjl
base fjramall tx res. aloptel hv r-jreigo
rvt'rntn.riC f r corTrrtl - Cbasaeot,
F -rlan, R. ciinton. mn I oth?r Rifle ; al
Cartrul- foi tatiinl. the Spencer, aoj
American Henry ItepeittinK RiBes.
Tl.e " ELEY BOXER" are the chaiet t
Cart r Ir- Vtnwn,nrry nx their own igni
tion, an. I beiiu Bia! wholly of metal, are water .roof and im
perishable in an; cliiaate.
The above Cartri.ljf? (empty) of an ,tra, ao.1 for the
different jrtrni of r.rerch-lofliii2 U.3e, can be had wither
without te suiutbte Bullets and Machines f.r finuhing the Car
tri.lfe'e;. boxkr CARTRrooes or -4oo bore for Revolving ristoia, j
nSe-i it. iier Mjijr' Nay. I
COPPER RIM-FIRK CARTUIIX3E3 of all lizea, for Smith I
ana 7-m . bore. j
-r v rw i n n v .r i ti v.n i; v f ptp ?nr;F f. .it t
ft a.l ijrttcm of tjju, KiQra, anil Rerolvert.
Doable WaJerprmf an l E. B. Cap. Patent Wire Cartridges,
FrUOun W.vl.l.nir fi Breach and Motile Loailerm, and every
deicriptioa of Sporting arid M.litary AmmUQition.
CRAY'S 1XX ROAD, liOXDOX.
64 WHOLESALE ONLY. eowly
LEA &i IK3I2tI.8'
'Worcestershire Sauce !
1) LVLA U KT 11 Y ( 'O o iSSKUJiS
Tlio Only Good. Sauco Z
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD !
fHMIK Sl'CCKSS K THIS MOST DK Li
sa CI' JUS oJ annnalWd C-m-ii c. ut having caused certain
rleIers t apply the ti-me of " Wurccstershire Sauce" to their
own inferior oxnpoumis, the Public id hereby iafurmed that the
only way to secure the geua;r.e, is to
ASS F0H LEA & PEEHINS' SAUCE,
and to see that their names are upon the wrapptr, iabtts,
ttopper and kntl't.
Booicof th'fuirifn markets h in3 been supplied with a
spuru W.jro -rtl.ire fruce. amn the wrappers aitd labels
l which the aanu-a of Lea atwi Perries have been forged, U and
P. R:e rice that they hare furnished their eorrejpou.lt ut
1U1 piwer bf attiirney to take it.tait procreiiings ?aiu.tl
MHuf ut'trnm and k'tHJort of sucli, or any other imitations
ty which their riht may b in'riutil.
lik hr LEI A. PECCIXS' Sauce aud Stt Xarae on '
Wrjppe r, Latol, Bcttlf , and Stojipf r.
Wholesale an.1 lur Kxport by the Proprietors. Worcester
Cnwe ul ItUcVwcll, Inlin. Jtc, Jtc, ami by Orucers and
Oilmen viniversaily. C'jt ly
CROSSE & BLACIiWCLL'aS
Celebrated Oilmen Stores
ALL OF SUPEUIOR QUALITY.
riCKLKS, SAt'CrS, SYSITpS,
tart fruit?, dkssert frcit3.
POTTED 11KAT3 AND FlilL
PRueavcD r&tsa salmon.
KIPPCRF.D SALMON AND HERRINGS.
FitESIl AND LOC11FYXE HERRINGS.
FREill AND FIX DON HADDOCKS.
PURR SALAD OIL.
SOUPS, IN PINT AND QCART TIN3.
PRESERYED MEATS IN TIN3,
PRE3ERYED HAMS AND CHEESE.
OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE 8 ACS ACE.
YORKSHIRE GAME PATES.
YORES DIRK PORK PATE3.
T0NQC? BRAWN, POCLTh "
Jc PL'RIN'3 WtfSCEsiTERSHIRE SA1 cR.
Fr ,''i of tht aitott -"if alw? hafii.m trry
ilortt'.eytr tkstrfj ' "tt tkt tYoTld.
.-. . tr.A " Hf ids: bottle or jars wifh oalire
1 wAJf " i"rtallf bt dtttroytd
, . o!-.ed Dfion delivery, to detect any
. . . it articles of inferior brarxls.
CROSSE U 2LACKWCLL,
. r- rv. BiT i T-l" "--. THE KMPEROK OF THE
y.Aln. t TUK BELGIANS,
fl0lio fZcxxeo Ziondou.
. k. t. rrhif-itinn of 1317, THREE Prie Medals were
..bSm tAcUkLL.fcr the mMt. j J
I hi U ti
j,e 4 J . -, E -rA
. Foreign News.
" JJoUm papers reort that three you 113
Chinamen arc about to enter IlavarJ L'ni-
vesity. liowara university is the institution
, tQ whjch thcjr footstcp3 tenj.
j 1ersia is M to very anxiou
Ibh intimate relations with the Unil
s to estab-
and it would not be at all surprising to see a
Persian Ambassador toon making his appear
ance at Washington. Persia is fast becoming
one of the mot important countries of the
The Commissioners of Excise have issued
fa proclamation announcing the intention of
j the Hoard of enforcing the Sunday Liquor
Law in New York. At the same time they
j promise that they will never countenance es-
p:onage by malicious informer, nor the ex-
treme enforcement of technical points.
Kichmond, April 27. A terrible calamity
occurred this morniiisr. The floor of the
f Court of Appeals, in the State Capitol, gave
j way and precipitated the hundreds gathered
therein, assembled to hear the decision in
the .Mayoralty case ot inyson ana anoon,
unon the Conservative caucus, tnen sitting in
! the Hall of the House of Delegates below.
f A certain amount of opposition is a great
J help to a man. Kites rise against the wind ;
even a head wind is better than none. No
j man ever worked his passage anywhere in a
calm. Let no man wax pale therefore, be
cause of opposition ; opposition is what he
wants and must have to be good for any
thin". Hardship is the native -soil of man-
j hood and self-reliance.
The long projected improvements of the
! port of Alexandria Egypt, are in progress
J A breakwater, a mile in lergth, will protect
' the harbor, the supcrficcs of which is about
! 3.000 acres. A dam, continuous to the
f preseut dam of the railroad, will extend sea-
ward 3,000 feet, and thus foim an inner basin,
i which will be 20 feet in depth, and surrounded
j by broad quays like those of Marseilles.
Thesequavswillbe traversedby rail tracksand
' so arranged that the h.gest vessels will have
! iio dilTIcuhv in 1-idinir and unladinir. The
' cost will be about SI 0,000,000.
i - -j
IJIossom Kock.the most dangerous obstruc
tion in San Francisco Harbor, was blown up
on Saturdav, April 30. Twenty-three tons
' - , - 1 , ru .1 -
j of powder were used. ncii this immense
ouaiit Jtv of powder was touched of, the water
I fr- r i- i
'apparently 100 feet in uKiuieter, was thrown
! f fi. l.pjl.t f.f about 100 feet, the centre
' ling filled with smoke and stones the lat-
ter iroinrr far above the water. Between
i 50,000 and 60,000 people witnessed the ex
' plosion. It was scarcely perceptible in the
city ; only a deep thud accoaipanied the blast.
Wearino Faie Hair. A horrible inti
mation comes from Charleston, Mass. A
lady.who has 5 u lie red lately from an inflamed
neck, has been told by her physician that it
j is caused by horrid insects called borers, in
i habiting the Hindoo back braid of her chig-
1 1 o 1 1 . oc IU3 cast nit: timiyuii iiuui jiur,
and has her head shaved as smooth as a bill
iard ball (pardon the comparison), fearing
j some ol the vile insects had taken up their
aooue in tier natural uacu nair.
Sad Fate Warning to YorNG Ien.
Cole and Gorham, the former a Senator in
Congress, and the latter Secretary of the
Senate, were, at one time, two promising
I young men in this State, with decided evi-
uences ot talent in their respective protessions,
the one a lawyer, and the other an editor.
f ;i . , ' .. ..,r i i;,; i
a" CVll hour, they entered the political
arena, accepted office, and have fallen! The
riartv brinin them down to official nosition.
' ' . o . ... ... 1. -
now refers to them as " Two Dead Ducks,"
and, they are drowned and sunk in the filthy
pool. Hut for politics they might have ac
quired good characters, and been esteemed
in the community as honest men and good
citizens. It is better to be a tanner than a
politician. Jiutte (Cala.) Hi-cord.
Harper's Bazar, treating of the effect of
simplicity in the midst ol elaborate and ex-
j pensive artifice, says : " Let a young woman
with no hair but her own, and that simply
dressed, enter a room, filled with those whose
heads are elaborately built up with a profu
sion of purchased Jocks, and see who will be
most admired. It is a great advantage for
a woman, in these days of artifice, to remain
herelf, and thus "be unlike every one else.
A simple dress, white or black, will produce
the greatest effect when surrounded by the
most jroreous costumes. These serve as it
were, as frames for the former, and women
are often forced to confess that they have
draped themselves magnificently, at an im
mense expense, for no other purpose than to
heighten by contrast the beauty of a rival. In
fact, they have been wearing a dress which
is very becoming to others."
Expulsion ok English Ladies from
Ivo.me. Three English ladies have been ex
pelled from Home under circumstances which
are said to have excited a good deal of indig
nation against the Papal government. On
the 21th ult., the ladies in question received
a visit from three gendarmes and a police
agent in private clothes, who made a thorough
sear:h of their lodging
Iwo days utter-
ward? they received orders to quit home in
twenty-four hours. .Mr. Udo Kussell and
the British consul, Mr. Severn, exerted them
selves in the matter, and Cardinal Antonelli
was communicated with. The Pope him
self was appealed to, but all in vain. At the
expiration of forty-eight hours, a rccpiie of
twenty-four hours haying been obtained, two
of the ladies 'j!t Home and went to Naples.
The other has resolved not to leave until
actually compelled. A rumor that thr. ladies
had been engaged in distributing unauthor
ized Italian Bibles is contradicted, and no
reason whatever for the expulsion appears to
have been given. It is thought that the
order proceeded from the Pope himself.
Bird's-Eye View of New York City.
Population about 1,000 000. One-half
were born in the United States, and the ether
half in foreign countries, of forty different na
tionalities. -1,000,000 barrels of flour arid
9,000,000 bushels of wheat are broue'.t in
j every year ; number of animals received at
j the markets in a year, including bef cattle,
i milch cows, calves, sheep, and .'.viae, i 2,
i 776 492 ; city meat bill for one err is S30,-
000,000. There are 700 baker., 1.4i?0 batch
ers and 2.G00 grocc-o who find occupation in
furnishing food lor v.e people, -o; cnlv
meat be. urlnk . u-' hA fo or.r iv-u!.i-vr-ri.
An aqu -ct. i0 r.ibs m length,
j 530,000,00 ., - -.r.- lr'.o v ur re?-.rvoirs
CO.OOfj'OO gllrn Jv The c.tanength
of the Crotoa r.-".::i ph-' i on laid is over
,'.Mj unio--, ani the water ,.as been introduced
h:io :'j,')2 d. veilings and stores; 1,617
1 mpr.ii:i'.;;c,ri-.i; and 307 churches. The
J rvio:: spent for intoxicating liquors is vari
' ously'estimated from 833,000,000 to 6S,-
000,000 a year.
London. April 25.-w.Advices from Madrid repre
sent violent quarrels in the Spanish Cabinet, and
th? partisans of Montpensier are gaining ground
ontai'Io of the Capitol. It was also reported that a
rising in favor of Prince Aaturias was threatened. .
When the House of Commons diviJed, on the 1 1th,
upon the Irish land bill, the numbers were : Ayes,
442 : noes. 11. Mr. Gladstone said. 44 Under this
bill it will be next to impossible for the landlord
to evict the tenant except for reasons which every
man capable cf discriminating between right and
ronij will own to be sii&oient."
Jubilee Song for the Year 1870.
The Jubilee ! the Jubilee !
Burets gladly on our Isles ;
Full fifty years have parsed away ;
The fiftieth comes with smiles.
Come brethren, as you've heard before,
Come comrades now set free,
From Kauai, from Hawaii's shore,
Come to our Jubilee.
Come gather here and rest awhile.
The Jubilee regard,
Lny down your burdens, cease from toil,
Stand up and bless the Lord.
Come gather here and gladly rest,
The season has been long
In which you've toiled and been oppressed,
To-day unite in song.
But where? oh tell ua he who knows,
Where are the Pioneers
AVbo first proclaimed the joyful news,
Salvation, to our ears?
In darkness deep and gloom profound
Hawaii lay entombed,
Till light broke forth and shone around
By you in love here borne.
Oh, where arc "Whitney, long since gone,
Thurston and Bingham, where?
From heaven above ye're looking down,
Your joyouB souls arc here.
Your toils have ceased and all your woes,
With all your earthly sound-?,
An endless Jubilee is yours,
A rest that knows no bounds.
The fruits so pleasant to our eyc,
They still with us abound,
The books designed to make us wise,
The bibles scattered round ;
The temples with their towers and epircs,
The assemblies of the saiuts,
The bells whose pealB delight our ears,
And schools of various grades.
Our hearts seem breaking as with pain,
Our heads arc bowed in tears
For you the mothers who remain
Of the loved Pioneers.
Yet join with us and joyful be,
'Tis Jubilee to-day,
Wait yet awhile, then 6oaraway
To yonder Jubilee.
"The Jubilee ! oh joyful be
For thousands young and old,
The fifty thousand souls set free,
llcclaiined to Jesus' ibid.
With us are thousands toiling still,
And thousands more released
With Jesus keep on Zion's hill
Their Jubilee in peucj.
Ye fellow laborers richly blest,
We'll rest a little while,
Then ri;e and onward we will pres.1?,
And for our Jesus toil.
And when another fifty years
Have come and passed away,
Oh where shall most of us appear?
On earth or in the sky?
With the fathers who have passed away,
With saints saved long ago ?
And with them hold that Jubilee?
Or with the saints below ?
Let each return and labor on
In patience hope and love,
Till onother Jubilee shall come,
Here, or in heaven above.
O fchould we greet it here again
Thrice happy shall we be.
Yet happier far if keeping then
The fternal Jubilee.
The Ramie Plant.
A Rnre Chnuce Tor Inventor.
An English firm has pent to the Agricultural
Department some fifty or eixty camples of clothe
made from the fihre of the ramie stalk. The
cloths are made Home of all ramie, some of ramie
silk and worsted, some of ramie eilk and cotton,
ramie and cotton, ramie and silk, ramie and wool,
or hy any mixture of materials where the fibre
can be uxl in place of silk to give lustre to a
cloth of any description. The figured and plain
" Orleans," some of which have the figures
formed in imitation of silk by throwing the ramie
fibre over the cotton and worsted, arc especially
beautiful. The coatings, some of pure rarnie,
look substantial and have an appearance similar
to the .Scotch goods. There are inozambiques,
lenos, Italian cloths of cotton warp and ramie
weft, serges of all ramie, skirting goods, sultana
for dresses, &c. A kind of goods called wincey,"
used for boys clothing, apcars in great variety of
pattern, color and size of thread. And all ramie
material of pure white has an appearance between
linen and silk, being a fabric like linen with a
lustre almost approaching that attained by China
The samples were sent here by the manufactur
ers with a view to encourage the growth of the
ramie plant and the extinction of the fibre in this
country, as the amount furnished from East India
is not by any means adequate to the demand.
The culture of the plant has proved a wonderful
success in all parts of the south below the frost
belt, and especially in Louisiana.
Under these circumstances, it may be wondered
that the production of the plant has not assumed
the importance of a regular branch of our agri
cultural pursuit. The reason is plain. All the
fibre manufactured must be taken from tlie stalk
by hand, as no machine yet invented will perform
the duty without injuring the Btrcngth and lustre
of the fibre and the goods made from it. The
government of Central India has offered 25,000
as a bounty to any one perfecting a machine
which will extract the fibre without injury to its
lustre. The Commissioner of Agriculture has not
yet recommended the cultivation of large tracts of
ramie as cotton or grain is cultivated, for the
reason that while it is proved that we can raise
enough in the southern part of the United States
to supply the world, yet labor is too high priced
to employ it for the extraction of the fibre by
hand, and the etalk itself, though filled with fibre,
is not marketable at any price. N. Y. Journal
The Smallest Ratio of Expense.
The Ftatement presented by the Connecticut
Mutual Life Insurance Company of its business
done in 18GQ, and its condition at the close of
the -ar, challenges admiration and demands
cornnuv-.i That a company having total assets
; aruou.itiug to SiT7,obb,4y, and receiving premi
j urn in a singlo year aggregating $7,522,082,
should be able to record itself as the most eco
nomically managed life company in America, is
something almost startling. But this is last
what the Connecticut Mutual is able to do. The
ratio of the expenses of management to total
receipts is only 8.89 per cent., being lees than
the ratio of any other company large or email
in the country. This is an important fact, which
cannot fail to be of immense advantage to the
company in the future prosecution of its business.
Other companies can rightly claim to be econom
ically administered, but to be the leader of the
list, in this respect, is certainly an enviable posi
tion, and one which any company might be ex
pected to use as one of its strongest claims upon
popularity. The 6um set apart as applicable to
dividends (payable in 1870) is 2,300,000, and
the practical application of this bonus is illus
trated by the circumstance that a friend whom
we met quite accidentally, a few days ago, showed
us a notification from this company informing
him that his next premium (108.50) was not
only entirely provided for by his dividend, but
that nearly half as much more remained to his
credit for future use in the same direction. Can
the art of putting things go further than this?
(From the N. Y. Herald, Ajril l!Hli.
The Pacific Submarine Telegraph Project.
We are so accustomed to hear of grand projects
for connecting continents thousands of miles apart
hv the telcsrunh. for spanning continents by rail
roads thousands of miles in length and of cutting
magnificent water ways through the solid carta
from one great ocean to another that we are no
longer surprised at any project, uowever stupen
dous it mav be. Had any one proposed a few
years ago to have connected Asia with America
bv a telegraph cable under the Pacific Ocean he
WOUiU Have Ieen riUlCUieu or euui up m au avjium
as insane. The project for laying the Atlantic
cable was long deemed a visionary and impracti
cable one, and when it was accomplished the
world owned its eves with astonishment : vet the
distance between the two points oi ireianu anu
America where the cable terminates is less than
two thousand miles. Now it is proposed to lay a
cable or cables six thousand miles or thereabout
under the vast Pacific Ocean. We have no doubt
the scheme is practicable and believe it will be
carried out. iiaruiy anyinmg is lmpoheiuie m
this wondeful age of science and enterprise.
A bill 44 to incorporate the Pacific Submarine
Telegraph Company and to facilitate telegraphic
communication between America and Asia " is
already befjre Conerress, and it is favorably re-
I carded by both houses. This bill will be passed,
I " i - i J 1 ...
prooaoiy, ai any eariy uay, aim, lounuig at its
provisions, we sec no reason why it should not.
J No subsidy or loan of money from the government
is asked. There is to be a grant of public lands
to the company if it carries out and when it has
j carried out the project. In the abstract of the
I bill before us the quantity of public lands is left
blank. We suppose, however, a pretty large Blice
will be demanded and granted. Nor can it be
expected that the projectors of the Pacific Sub
marine Telegraph and their associates are not
going to make money if they can out of the
government. It is a great enterprise, and requires
vast capital, and of course people will not run
risks in such a matter without some tempting
considerations. Still, there is no necessity for
Congress to be too lavish with the public lands.
We are parting with this precious inheritance of
the people very rapidly to railroad and other,
corporations. In fact, Congress has been far too
lavish, and has not had in view the wants and
welfare of the people in the future. In any
grant of lands to the Pacific Submarine Telegraph
Company, or to any company hereafter, provision
6hould be made to prevent settlers being charged
a high price for these lands, and to prevent a
monopoly of them in the hands ot a lew.
The policy of the government should be to
create as many landed proprietors with 6mall or
moderate sized farms among the working classes
as possible, and to sec that the lands can be had
at a reasonable rate. The bill incorporating the
company provides also that the government shall
lend the aid of vessels of the navy for sounding
and exploring the i'acinc and lor laying the cables
This is proper. Our naval ships have to be cruis
ing somewhere, and they could be put to no bet
ter or more uselul purpose.
Mr. Cyrus W. Field seems to be the primo
mover in the project, aud by this bill he is made,
with all other persons who shall or may be asso
ciated with him, a body politic and corporate
under tlie title of the Pacific Submarine Telegraph
Company. Mr. Field has been very successful in
large telegraph and cable enterprises, and under
stands well what he is about. We have no doubt
therefore, that he can raise the means, and will
carry out the work. When accomplished it vill
prove of great importance in developing and in
creasing our trade and intercourse with Asia. It
w ill be one of the most efficient 6teps to revive our
mercantile marine and foreign commerce, and
will tend more than anything else to make this
country, what it ought to be, the first iu commer
cial business with China, Japan, and other parts
of Asia. Since the war we have lost many of the
commercial advantage?, particularly with regard
to the carrying trade, which we held with Europe,
and it will not be easy to recover them. But from
our geopraphical position and other circumstances
we can compensate this loss and increase our com
merce and carrying trade with Asia, with the
West Indies and with the Continent of America,
if we seize the opportunities within our reach.
One of the first things to do is to establish by tel
egraphs instant and constant communication with
Asia and those other countries, for the telegraph
is the great stimulant to and promoter of trade.
We say to Congress, then, let us have the Pacific
telegraph without delay.
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75 Reams Lest White Plain Letter Paper.
25 Reams lest Blue Ruled Letter Paper.
130 Ream! Congress White liulol Cap Paper.
100 Reams Congress White Plain Cap Paper.
05 Reims Commercial White Ruled Mote Paper.
IV Rsams Commercial Bine Ruled Cap Paper.
16'Kealztf'Coffimerc'ut! Plain White sod Blue Note.
100 Reams Plain English Note Paper.
40 Reams Plain and Ruled Flat Cap. 1
25 Reams Plain and Ruled Flat Pent.
25 Reams Plain and Ruled Flat Medium and Royal.
30 Reams Narrow Bill Paper.
SO Reams Broad Cap Bill Paper.
10 Reams Colored Plain Note Papers.
15 Reams Legal Cap.
Most of this Stock is from the celebrated Mills of Platner &
Porter, whose papers are unequal ed for general mercantile
Received by Same Vessels,
500 Sheets of Printers' Cards,
200 Sheets of Bristol Board Cards.
100,000 Assorted Plain and Colored Cards for Business Cards.
100,000 White, Buff, Canary and Straw Envelopes, of every
desirable sizes andapattern, Direct from the celebrated
maunfactory of Raynor A Co.
ET My Customers on the other Islands will be served with
the same promptness and f-tvor as those residing in Honolulu,
At (he following Low Prices :
Best Congress Letter Paper, $4 00 a IVm
Best Becord Cap Paper, 5 00 "
Best Commercial Note Paper, 3 00 "
Heavy Bill Paper, 5 00 "
Alili OTnCR NEW STOCK
AT THE SASfE HEDTCED PBICES.
7 2 3 H. M WIIITNfSY.
QUICK SALES AXUSMALL PROFITS!
AT RYAN'S TURNPIKE STORE,
715 Corner Nuuanu and Prince Streets. 6m
C. BREWER & CO.
HAVE FOR SALE,
Sheetings, Drillings, and Denims,
J-JALf.S STARK MILLS A SHEETING.
Bale Stark Mills B SheeUng,
Balet Stark Miils A Drilling.
Cases PowhatUn Iteuims,
Cases Merriinac Denims,
Cases Union Denims.
Giitglmtiis and Cottons,
Cases Glasgow Mills Ginghams,
Cases Bleached Baltic Cottons.
Caaes Bleached Forest Dell Cottons,
Cases Bleached Truckee Kiver Cottons,
Cases Bleached Edgartown Brown Cottons,
Cases Blea. Buckingham Brown Cottons
Cases " Albion" Prints Green and Red,
Cases 4 Oriental" Prints Buff and Purp'e,
Cases " American " Prints Browns,
Cases " Cacheco " Priuts Browns,
Cases fine u Chiuta ' Prints White.
For Sale Low to Close Consignments,
728 3m C. BREWER Sc CO,
Maolin, Fire Sand,
PIPE CLAY. FOR SALE BV
7-'8 3m C. BBEWKR If CO.
ALL SIZES WEIGHING FROM TOO
TO 3 OOO pounds.
ALSO, COUNTER SCALES.
For sale by
7 Jo 3m
Coach Varnish, '
For sale by
C. BREW Kit & CO.,
27 Queen street.
4 X HATCHETS. SHOVELS. CROW BARS
For sale by
C. URL WE U Ai CO.
IN VARIETY, OX YOKES
And other Agricultural Implements, for sale by
726 3m C. EREWER & CO.
iLnchors and Chains.
47 ANCHORS FROM 300 1 O SOO LBS.
f?yV ANU CHAINS tof. For sale by
726 3m C. HUKWER & CO.
fire, 3Firc, I?ire !
v 11 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS FROM
3(jrf& BOfeTON, via Suu Francisco for sale by
jggy- C. BREWER & CO.
N. I!. These Machines, so deserveJlv popular in the rnited
SUtes, where they have saved millions of pfnerty, will be sold
fur cost and charges. (726 ly) C. B. & CO.
Oak, Asli, 53icUoi'y.
1I,ANK OF ASSORTED SIZES,
Iui ported expressly for
CAItKIACE MAKERS' USE.
For sale by (726 3m) C. BIIEWER & CO.
Carts and Wagons.
HEAVV HORSE CARTS.
Medium Horse Carts,
Light Carts, for horses or mules, of strong
make, suitable for town or plantation wnrir
Light Concord Watfins,
Light Hand Carts,
Heavy Hand Carts,
Canal Barrows, ifC
All of the above are for sale low.
72 3m C. BREWER tf CO.
BARRELS AND HALF BAR.
ItiSSRELS Best Red SALMON. For sale by
126 m O- BREWER & CO.
3723.0 Iron Age.
mjOTHING HAS BEEN FOUND TO SIR-
Winter's Metallic Paint !
As a protection f -r 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 and denes
decay, and is the only armor which protects from all vicissitudes.
For Sals Wholesale by C. Brewer & Co.,
And at retail by all enterprising dealers it Paints. 719 6m
TO FAMILIES !
Something Extra Nice!
A FEW CASES LEFT OF THOSE VERY
J. desirable Preserves put up by
Mrs. Fearing Expressly for this Market !
T-r-i OIass 7ars!
ABOUT A DOZEN IN EACH CASE.
7 If you do uot want a full case, take one and divide with
neighbor. For sale at
727 lax c bkkwkk uu.-o.
BEGS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT
harinf bought the entire stock of Mr. Johnston's
Tobacco and Candy Store,
Opposite- to Messrs. Aft.ng & Achuek. and having mad ar
rangements for receiving-
RECILAB SITPLIES OF FRESH CAXDIES, f.,
She will continue this business as heretofore, soliciting the kind
patronage of her friends and the public generally. 718 6m
, OPEN TO AL.L., EVER V DAY
nfit iir nr
Honrs from 9 A. BI. to 10 P. 31.,
Up-stalrs, la the Sailors House.
The last Friday evening of each month reserved for the meet-
ngs of the Y. M. C. A. 6e ly
WILL BS ATTENDED TO BT
c. j. Lyons.
E SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ui-u
and conflicting Surveys of Town Lots, also, to drawing
Plans and Translating Notes.
XT Leave orders at Office of S. B. DOLK. J
MAIS. K. R. WISCUSSTKR.. ........T. B. HATB8.
MAIN 6c WINCHESTER,
MAHCFACTCBEF.8 AND IXPOBTKB Of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
COLLARS, SADDLERY WARE, e.,
No. 214 and 216 Battery St., San FtancWc.
N. B. Good assortment Concord Stage Harness eonsto ntly
on hand. ' ' .
Tobacco ! Tobacco !
JUST RECEIVED FROM Kv iurb.
an Invoice of
FRESH PLUG TOBACCO
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY,
In 1-2. 1-4 and 1-10 pound Plugs.
e'nqMDtit!MtoW'tF.n;!'scHAW Ir CO.-fl.
E k.i Own Hide mrul Rhen
Ekins. and cay the hiehest market
111 MA?) litlUS.,
Merchant st.,(Capt. Snow's BuitdiQ?.)
m. T. DONIUELL
RECEIVED by LATE ARRIVALS
Boston and San Francisco !
CONSISTING IN PART OF
ZTz'-.J WAL.NUT ROUND CORNERED S
""jsf i r feet Extension Tables,
w.43fcj Walnut Kound 8-feet Extension Tables,
" l"tr Walcut Round 10-futt Extension fables,
Wbluut liouuj 12 feet Exteiisiuo Tables,
The best article ever brought to this Country.
VIZ IV31I3 XJ 1 ATORS,
Something New a very fine Article.
BLACK WALXIT SIDE AXD C0BXER LUACKKTS!
Different Styles and Sizes.
Ladies'' Oak and Walnut Dining Chairs,
Ladies' Oak,Valnut and Oval-back A
Ladies' Oak tf Walnut brace arm Rockers,
Ladies7 Majue Jiockers,
Children's High Oak Dining Chairs.
CHILDREN'S L.OW CHAIRS.
CHILDREN'S WOOD-SEAT ROCKERS.
Walnut Marbic-Top Chamber Sets
Chestnut Chamber Sets, Walnut Trimmed.
PAINTED CHAMBER SETS, (very neat.)
Oak Moss Office Chairs.
OAK ROT ARV OFFICE CHAIRS!
Cane Seat, Spring Back.
LIGHT GRECIAN CHAIRS.
WALNUT COTTAGE CHAIRS.
LAFAYETTE CHAIRS, WOOD SEAT.
Light Haple Rockers, Large Size.
GILT ARM ROCKERS, LARGE SIZE
7 SALOON TABLES!
2 fed, 2 1-2 fed awl 3 fed.
American Leaf Dining Tables !
3 feet, 3 1-2 fed and 4 feet.
AMERICAN ROUND CORNERED
Oottrig-o !BodLt;ozxcl 2
&C. AiC, &c, &c.t Ac.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITUEE
MADE TO ORDER WITH DISPATCH,
On Moderate Terras, for CASH.
Ship' Cabin Stove,
BEST 3-PIiY IICBIJER HOSE.
Cast Iron Wiisstimls, Farmers' Cauldrons,
Catt Iron fink, Douglass I'unips, No. 0 to
Japanned Till dr Signs, Mande Wash UasitiF,
Tin Hate, Hieet Iron,
Dixon's best Etove Polish,
Sheet Copper, 4xG CI.--20 to GO z.
Will also find every description of JAPASNED WARE, and
many other things useful in the Kitchen, at the Htore of
J. NOTT & CO.,
Practical Braziers, Copper and Tinsmiths,
W here they are ready to furnish Planters and others with erery
Copper and Tin Work.
JET Work on Buildings, Gutters, Puouts, Water ieB. Rjof
fin', or any thin in our line will be attended to with prompt
721 At Xo. 9 Knahmunttti Street. ly
New Goods per Str. Idaho,
Ladies' and Misses' Boots and Shoes,
GEMS' DUST HOOTS,
HOYS' FINE HOOTS AND SHOES I
All the ErfUe ami w Stylra sf
Dry and, Fancy Goods!
TOR SALE CHEAP CALL AND SEE.
724 em J. PAVIS ft CO.
ilic j ,' ;rapliy.
IMPROVE!". EVT m'ORDEa OP
the day. llavi'r' oorstrnctil a Sky-llht, and nada
Tsrious other knpruvmeu:- I i.ou 1w to aut salt th
most fastidious with -
Of any Site. from, u Sol In : M' u&cth, taken in
the best S ylf f t$.
a nn mint reasonable t iu.
Islands, fortraits of the A.-ujs, iu-ns. ani
C!lAir;, I or; biiwt.
DRUGS AND fEPlClNES.
niHE BEST ASSOKTMEKT IV THE CITV
M. can be fouii'l at
II. L. CHAKE'S,
IX FORT STREET.
SHAKER HERBS OF VARIOUS KINDS,
723 Each as are used in domestic practice. ' ly
JLS new supply of the following Inks
Mnynnrd 8c Toye Quarts, Pint, naif PlnU, 4 ounce,
Darid'a Qaarts, Pints, ami Cones. Also, Cones Blue Ink.
Carter' in Quarts anil Pints.
Arnold in Quarts and Pint.
COPYING LKS of each of tbe abote varieties.
Lain bert Sc Co.'m celebrated Violet Inks, in Quart and
Pints This is the only Violet Ink which keeps its color in our
David's best Carmine in lartre td small bottles, of vari
ous sices. . ... . '
None but the very best of Inks will be offered, and at
west prices. (725 Sm) II. M. WHITNEY.
1858. JOS. W. KIXG, 1869.
ARTIST 117 PnOTOQHAPHY,
Over the Advertiser Office,
Next door to the Post Office, has opeued hia Gallery for Photo
graphs, Cartes do Visile, Ambrotypes, Melaino-
types, Ac, Ac
679 Satisfaction Warranted ar Par. ly
Timber and Firewood For Sale.
fVIIA AND KOA TIMBER,
VP UQia and K.oa Lmoer,
Ship Timber and Firewood,
DELIVERED TO ORDER ALONGSIDE.
709 Cm Kaawaloa, South KonaJ Hawaii.
NORTH BRITISH AND MEECANTIL' (f
INSURANCE CO., 1 T
OF LONDON AND EDINUUICCIf.
ESTABLISH KD, lbOtt.
CAPITA tt t2 OOO.Otf I
Arcuiuulnird nsid luscalrd Ftiual, 2,HJH,l f
rMtK lTNIERSIfINEl HAVE IIEKX Al
1 I'OINTEl) AUENTt lor the Sandwich Inlands, and rf
authorised to Insure aKttinet Eire njioii favorable t-rms. j rlr.
Kisks taken in any part of the I.lamls on Wooden buil,!tl '
Sjpd Merchandise stored therein, Uwellirig Houses and utrl lJ,
ture, limber, Coals, Phip. in liHrlor with or nithout CBiyortl
under repair. U& ly EU. U )t CIILEOEK Ctj
F. A. SCHAEFER,
A GENT llremeii llvurtl mf l'n4frwriirr"'
Aitrnl Drrsitru Ilonrdofl ndi rwrlirr,, 4 '
Arul Vleums Uvitrd f L'utlrrirrllrra.
710 ly !
UNDERSIGNED, HAVING Itr.l;
ApHlnted A pen is of the abovo Coiupany, ar r,4fV
to insure risks against Klre on
on tHnne an. i i:nck liuillio(
and on Merchandise stored thi-rvln, on most favorable terms
For particulars apply at the vtbre of
Y. A. 8CIIAEFEK CO.
Honolulu, May 4. IMS. 6U1 1
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITER!
rgMIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF Till
M Boston Board of I'li.lcrwritrrn, notifv Manti'is of Yes-f
and others that all bill, for Heiiair on esw Is, atul all b
for Oenera) A re rice puriHinrs, rnunt be approved by the Aim
of the Boston I'nderwrl rrf , who uiurt also be represented I
all surveys, or such bills will not I allowed.
CU8 ly C. BKKVVKK At CO., AgtlittJ
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of Nun Frunolttooi
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING I1KK;
M. apKlnted apenis for the above Company. Iw leavs
in lor in the public that they re now prepared to issue
't-l5 ISM'KASI'K l'OI,M:iES ON f
snl 1 UEAHL'Kf Bill
WALKhtt h AIXKX.
THE 1IRITIMI AND FOREIGN'
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y
(MMITKI),) of t
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE I.O WES' X'hI'
RATIOS. The clauses in the Polirli s of this Coinr.any r nu it
specially advautageous. 7IltO. 11. UAVIUi,
Agent. "" 11
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMF1 v
Issncs lire and Lir rolltlts
ANTIIK MOST I A HER A Tj TERMS.-AL
Claims for Losses settled with proinptitud'
T1IKO. 11. U A VI KM, Ag.nt.
I M I i: It I A L
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
(Eatnbliako.l A. D. 18U3.)
CASH CAPITAL, 8,OU(),OUO
fllllK IMIF.rtSIOVKI) II A VI NO IIEK,
M. Appointed Agents of the above Company for the Uawu
Are Pre pit re tl to Insure Agniiit Fire
i Brick. Stone and Wooden ISuildings, Merchainlisc, Fun ?ect
re, Ac, on the oiost fuvonthle terms. For particulnrs ' '
theomceof (O'Jl ly) WALK Kit ft ALLKN.f ft,,v
LIFE INSURANCE CO
OF NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS, OVEft $36,000,000 iou
Cash Dividends in 18GS,
Largest Life Insurance Compar!
in the World.
reniluui May be Paid Sf Mil-AnnoHlly or Quarter)
Q9 ly A cents for the Hawaiian Islands
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPf 1 v
With an accumulated Jiesirve Fund of over Tift
Seven Million Dollars, is tlie
Oldest SIntaal Insurauce Iuhiiiad) In Auieilra,
lias the Laiest ainouiit of Assets
The Largest Iiecelrts and Smallest rxprusen,
The Largest uatubrr of Meuibers,
Pftjs the Largest Keturn Dhltleuds
Aud Is the iuo.it l.lbrrnl Co. Iu e&lstrm
IIAV1XO 1IEEN AI'I'OI.XT
old and w ulii ,
Jl for the Hawaiian Islnin of the aUive
lAfu Insurance Company, I am ;r-partd to furnlfli any
lonnaiinn penainiiiK o L.HO Insuranoe. and to receive 0
lications fur the Insuring ot lives of any sirs Iwtwven 11
CO years on as favomble t rins as are offi-reil by any oil
Hie attention of lliose contemplatins Instiriiif their own li
rhe lives of others, is iuvileil to the Urlor nilvai.la:!
urrei ny mis i oni mijr, in ine Inrve mniiiit or Its
lid tlie conMMpjeiit scurity atfonlrd to the Insured. Its
me Iron) interest alone more tits 11 envers all the expenses, it
lulling psyuienis on account of the death of ineinbi rs. i
Lirtuiliri aim nil uuirr ULlirai IlllorUiailOU Will IMrBUIII
on application, personally or ny letter, v
II. JI. WIIITNKY.
4 ngftn nr ine Hawaiian lulaiini; . .
- - - 1 f 11 a 1
Life Insurance Comnany
KUWIN W. IIKYAM'
WOOU1IUIK1K 8. OLMertAU
Lt'ClA.N . WILCOX.
onciMzri) i.v isic. iiiikti.b n uri.Tii
A PURELY AlUmiL COMPANY
uulM-rlu( over GO Mrmbern,
Assets Jan. 1, 1870, over $27,500,001?.,;.
Surplus, over $9,600,000. h tui
Total Claims bv Death, (void to JaleA Oil 4,M
Total blvidciiii, (paid to date,) Over $8,000,
Current Dh'uknd from Foily to Seventy f
Current - -rr 19,000,000 per Annu
f st i
Its lncom-.j, u..i I 'iti : i . a.'- 'lie. j.Io, t a., t'urt
Claims by J)nii! ' ,
Theraba -t .:t!-..or Us fjrr.lu V. u''
to th nf ami s r jUMji nil'u a ,,.
ANNUAL Ulur vMir. n.t' a aotlie , , .
of premlui . , i itiAj te ix 'i.uluw nl lll-r. . ''ur
ol the Assure', "r uriy I. i- c :vn by it -m In ts
Paid-U l'ii'".'S r- i tai.ti-'i .lu r l ) r...-
miumt have bceu paiii, l .'.in .rw-iri,y n kH (
All Policies Non-ForieiUu
all desirable Dlans of Insurance, rn in
has adopted in iM workings several SPt.ClAL VEATUHH ujoujIj
original with this Company and ofled by uo other. f ; .
LIST lElU'S rSOSI'EBOrS M KIM'SS. ' the ji
11,900 Policies issued. Insuring
;aboat $:iO,000,fiOO many
Is Company paid in dividend Okoa.
Income received and accrued.
Dnriiia- iu last fiscal year this
the livin and on the policies of its d-
u :,u.... lltmlrMl hnd VVirtv.FtvA Tlui
tt The wliole record of this Conic any has been one or prr
manairement and prosperous advanoement. Among theft
and Leading Lire Insurance Companies Its average ra
eaenses to income has, through Its euliro hbtory.bst
1 r ... M.I . n w
,v-v.v y. ,
rurther Information concerning thia oin una rename ;
inygivenby IIENKV M. WIIITNEV '
k Agent for the Ilawaiiao lslan
nooolultt, October. 1S68. tviy
houasnd Two Huiki1' iC".. "
iniiiiou, a " . . - - t"ffV
and Fifty-Two Iollrs, and at tbe same time addid more r w
Viva Millions Three Hundred and ITift t Thousand lollars w Mas U
CHEAP! CHEAPER!! CHEAPEST! KS3
s . m A C N I N
! He c
BEGS LEAVE TO CALL THE ATTI
TION ot bis numerous friends and the Put.llo in ge"j
To the Large and Varied Assortment
Jry Goods, Clotliin?
Coots. SllOOB. j
FANCY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, &
nis EsUWiskmeiit, Crer Noa-aa d Mrl'
1 HONOLULU. II. L
CALCULATE! TO StOllE FROM '
to 3W Fahrenheit. 1 5 Cent lm 1
1 RH it
ftH I Hi
i 112 ol