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' i commercial;
-' IWXOLULV, -MAl'lO, lbCS.
We Lara to note tbe arrival -of three ships from
Sen Francisco the past few days, via. : lVn ATtlco.
Grace Darting and Nor Wester, ell of which brought
nt more less mill wafer. The two former ere unler
charter to inal guano at lUkrr's I.land, end the Ut
ter at Mckean's Island. We notice the bark Comet,
hence, attired on the Cth itiit-, and is, no doubt, j
this time on her way here.
The commercial news by the mail Is unimportant.
The San Frandsc papeea quote Flonr and Grain a
hade lower; Sugars firm, both raw and refined, and
The (Sara H Sntll sailed to-day with a full cargo of
8npar, Mfctassrs, I'alu, etc, and a fw pssengers.
The only fireign vessel in It now taking In cargo
Is the schr JtlasVa, Idling fjr rortlaoJ, Oregon. She
will carry forward aorae 3,500 kei of No. 1 Sugar fjr
The brig Koberl Oowan "has sailed fjr Victoria,
wllh a cargo of Sugar and Molasses.
Tor Victoria, B. C, jr Hubert Cowan, May IS.
Molasses, galls 12,119 1 Sugar, Ca JM.237
bait. Ins, :S
Value domestic lroluce fll.T0G.T5
Tort of Honolulu, .11 ay 10.
12 Schr Yells, from Mssuaa.
13 Pehr Luka, from llanalei.
Khr Ualtie, trout Nawtliwllt
14 xhr Marilua, fon Kawalhae.
15 Sclir Kate Ie. from LahalnaandMfckre's.
Ctopn Lire Yankee, Irora IIIK
Schr Mary Kllen, from Walhec
16 A In sh V m Wilcox, Johnson, 14 days from
Schr Mannokawnt. from liana.
Schr Nettie Merrill, from Koloa.
, J& Am sh Grac lailiug. Smith, 10 days from
Aw set Xur osier, Mosler, 11 days from
Schr Aethe. from Kohala.
Schr Marr, from Anahela.
18 Schr Iilln, from MolokaL ,
13 llrlt l.rlg Oi, Oarfrill, f.T Ilontkonc;.
Haw bk It W WmL, Jao!rt,frSan Frlic'o.
Schr Vette, fsr Mvbaa.
Sxhr Mary v for lllbv
ftlir Odd IWlow. for Hilo.
15 Schr I.uka. for llanalei.
10 Brit brig Hubert Cow an, Gardnler, for Vic
toria. Am sh Wm Wilcox, Johnson, fr takers Is
Schr Ilattie, fur NawiliwilL
SchrMarilda, for Kawaihae.
18 Schr Settle Merrill, Tor Koloa.
19 Am bk Clara II Until, Brooks, fr San Fran-
Schr Actlre, for Koliala.
Schr Manuokawai, f.r liana.
Sioiip Lire Yankee, for llilo.
For Hilo and Kaupakuea, Hawaii.
dk Sch. Active,
Will run as regul.ir 7ackct to the abore
ports, touch. tig at J-AIIAIN. Fcrfrctgbtor
Will run as a regular packet between Hono
lulu and 3Iolok&i, touching at Kauuakakat
and Pakoo. For freight or passage apply to
the Captain on board or
11-Sm II. PKEKDERGAST, Agent.
A C0TTAOE, 36 x 18, SEW. BUILT OF
XJL Clap-IIoarus, with a Shingle roof con
sisting of three rooms. To be remorcd from
the premises. Apply to
10-tf F. A. SCHAEFEE ir CO.
For Sale Cheap !
A MEW BOIXiBB
OF 10-IIOKSE I'OWEIt WITH
complete fixings, warranted new and
nith ail t'-c latest improvements, to be had at
a low figi-.-o at
il-tf Ed. HOFFSCIILAEGER i CO.
D0Z., ASSOIITKI) QUALITIES, TOR
11 -3m B0LLES &. CO.
PER IIOU'T COWAN, FINE KED
SALMON, from Fraier Hirer.
Also If applied for to-day
ICO Pounds White Clover cS"eed !
17 TIIE0. II. DAVIES.
In barrels or half barrels, for sale by
30-tf CASTLE & COOKE.
PIANOS AND OTHER MUSICAL IN
STRUMENTS Tuned and Repaired, by
CHAS. DERBY, at the Theatre.
Lessons given on the Piauo and Guitar.
Best of reference given. 51
BE IT HEJIRMHEItlil), THAT OX
the 1st day tit Febrnarr, A. 1). 1 J. W. II.
KAUWAIIL of Laliaina, Island of MsbI. has dtpuv
lted in this office the title of a book, the right where
of he claims as author, in the words following, to
"KtrHIKUHI 0 KANAKA HAWAII."
Now, thirt-Cire, know all men by these presents,
that I, L. Kameharaeba, II. It. M.'s MlnLter of In
terior, iu aroonllnce sith.a resolution of the King in
IMtt Council, tearlnfc date the 15th day of Februa
ry, 1S5S, and by virtue of the authority In me rested
by Section 1st of the general ).ro visions of Article 4,
Chsjiter 7. of the Act to organize the Kxecntire De
partnients laws 1845 and 184o do hereby jn-ant un
to the said J. Yf. II. Kanwahl, his executors, admin
istrators and assigns, the sole jifht and liberty of
rrlntlnc reprinting, raMishlng end rendine; the said
liook of tttnns la the Hawaiian Islands, for the term
of ten years from the 15th diyor February A. 1).
1 1n tortimony whereof. I. L. Kamebainrba, His
" MsjMye Minister or Interior, hare canned
1. a. the seal of the luterior Oince to beherennto
afflled, this" lSlh day of rebrnsrr. At D. 1859.
He IT BEKtKBcarD, that on the 23d day of Februa
ry, A. I). IMS, J. W. II. Kauwahi, of Lahalna, Island
of' Maui, in accordance with Section 3d of an Act
' To encourage learning In this Kingdom, by secur
ing the copies of chart, maps and book to the au
thor ana proprietors or such copies, ' approved on
the Cist day of December, IKG4, has deposited in this
oince a copy 01 nis uoua, enuuea,
"KTJHIKTJKI 0 K2 KANAKA HAWAII,"
The rlfhts of which he claims as author,
la testimony whereof, I hare hereunto set my
haod ami caused the seal of the Interior De
ri. s.l partment to be affixed, at lionolnlu, this lsth
day of March, A. D. 1S6S.
ferd. w. irrrciiisox,
14 -an Minister of Interior.
A SMALL LOT OF -'
ladies' and Misses' Silk Cloaks,
Direct from Paris, very handsome, '
and for sale cheap.
Ladies' and Misses' Hoop Skirts,
Very small, and the newest styles.
. SomcfTcry nice French Prints.
ALSO, a splendid assortment pf
Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves,
Best quality, all kinds. '
" SSf The attention of the Ladies is invited.
MRS. J. II.. BLACK,
Fort Street, '
Phases of the Hoon for the month of Kay.
ruraus bt can. vis'l sxith.
Sth, Fu'J Moon, 8 05 A 31.
14th, Last Qnartir, 6 44 A.M.
21st, Xcw M.reu 8 04 1'. M.
2Stli, First Quarter 1 ID 1. M.
h. m. h. m.
1st, Snn nines, 5 33 A. 2. Snn Sets,.. . 6 Zl T. at.
th. Sun Rises,.... 5 3 " Sun Set... C 23 "
15th, Sun lUses,... 5 28 Son Sets,... 6 20 "
2SI, Sea Wses...524 Sun Seta,... 0 23 "
29th, Son nisea,...S31 " Eun Sets,... 6 33 "
Do not forget the Concert at Kaumakapill
TVe are as usual indebted to Bennett of the
News Depot, for late papers. His papers ci
Tim. lnfcoz, was the only one that arrived.
EititATUM. In the Admiralty decision pub
lished to-day on 1st page, 3rd line from top
of 2nd column, the word "no" should be
left out before " desertion."
llORSE-n-ESii is cheap, as the sale of the
drove last week demonstrated. From two
bits and upward, a thing, with four legs at
any rate, was struck olf to purchasers, with
the privilege of gettini; on the Assessors'
lists, and being bagged by the Tai-Collector
at four bits each, under the new law.
Esteutaixmext. Last evening, the Min
ister of Foreign Affairs and Madame de
Varigny bad the honor to entertain, at their
residence in Nuuanu Valley, Capt, Simpson,
of the V. S. S. Moliongo, Capt Nares, of II.
B. M.' S. Ileindccr, the Actiug Charge
d'Affalres of the United States of America,
II. B. M-'s Commissioner, II. L JI.'s Con6nl
and Commissioner, the members of His
Majesty's Cabinet and numerous other guests.
Hox. Jons Jl The Hon. John Ji met
with a severe accident last week at Ewa.
Returning from visiting a sick jerson, he
was thrown from his horse and severely
bruised, and had his collar-bone broken. He
laid beside the road some hours it being an
unfrequented one beforo receiving assist
ance. The horse returned home riderless,
and the fumily thinking an accident bad oc
curred, made search for Mr. Ii, and found
him, as above stated.
Slusiot. The Committee on granting
subsidies reported yesterday to the Assem
bly. Their report was carefully drawn up,
after having devoted several days to the hear
ing of facts and arguments, and they recom
mended the granting of $8,000 per annum
for the JCilaueit, and the refusal of an- subsi
dy the C. (J. & M. Co's steamers. A debate
took place on the motion to adopt and print
the report, thus making it the sense and will
of the Assembly, which was carried. Ayes
21, Noea 14.
Earthquake. There was a smart shock of
earthquake at Hilo on the 0th Inst. People
ran out of their houses, and there wasa great
rattling of goods and chattels. Shocks are
frcqent over the whole Jsland of Hawaii, but
usually very light. There has been no further
.display of fire. The people arc not entirely
over the nervousness induced by Iheir severe
cxpcricuces of ApriLj A letter from Kona
Wc are gradually assuming enr normal
condition. There fs nothing new from the
scene of disturbance in the way of lava; the
fissure from behind Capt. Brown's house
seems to have disgorged all the disturbing
clement. Beyond an occasional quiver of the
earth's surface, we have nothing to recall Ihe
violent shocks so lately experienced. U'u
had an amusing alarm ou Saturday evening,
tbc lioth ult. It was generally snpjwsed that
a new crater bad opened on the makai land a
few miles beyond Kailua. Inquirers who
rode to the lire ascertained that some children
had set Ih6 pill grass on Are. It burned
throughout the night of Saturday with extra
ordinary brilliancy quite enough to cause
openers to suppose some volcanic action
to be at work.
To (he JUilor of the JIaieatian Gautte :
Sin : It is an acknowledged fact that intel
lectual power is best estimated by the power
it displaysofexpandingas difficulties increase.
After reviewing, in his nsually scntcntlons
manner, some other acts of the Assembly,
the editor of the Ailvtrtucr touches upon the
subject of tbc contested election of Hono
lulu. With his usual tlevatlon he passes
over argument and fact, and arrives at con
clusions opposed to all evidence.
Whether the gentleman Is really in posses
sion of the attributo above alluded to, or
not, would require considerable analysis to
discover; but if the effects of his composi
tion are equal to the spirit in which It is
penned, he is entitled' to our esteem as a
man of no common parts, and, to say the
least, very original. If the result of his sa
gacity, as read iu his illusions, could be con
ceived fcveu in this particular Instance, as the
personification of his genius, and, were we
to accord to theui the significance he Intends,
he would suddenly become as famous In the
eye ol wonder as he lately was In that of
Could we adopt for a moment his singular
faculty of losing sight of reason and ignor
ing facts, for the purpose of strengthening
argument ard giving force to declaration, wo
would unhesitatingly admit that he is the
wisest of politicians, and that from his jndg-
incnt there is no appeal.
His discrimination and delicacy of allusion
are seen iti his remarkable articles, while the
penetratiou and clearness of his intellectual
vision' baffle all' attempt at imitation. But
perhaps his varied and singular ppwers would
be better lllnttrated by passages selected
from' his composition. In so doing, I am
sorry I have only his last week's issue before
me from which to quote, and that I have
so little space for comment
ncsays: "The contested election of the
representatives for Honolulu has been de
cided as every one supposed it would be from
the unfair mode it has been dealt with." It
.is a saylDg that modesty is always the ac-
"companlment of true greatness. It is cer
tainly an act of great condescension when a
gentleman of his (self-)acknowIcdged parts
thus places himself on a level with "every
body," and recognizes so universal an equal
ity in sagacity and penetration. I am of
opinion tbat the gentleman in this instance
has either under-rated his own powers, or
greatly over-rated "everybody's," for I have
not yet seen one who has been able to dis
cover that the proceedings were unfair.
The gentleman, in this instance, gives evi
dence, however, that, with all the acutcDess
of his intellect, (leaving aside the condescen
sion), his memory is not perfect. He forgets
that ordinary minds are generally Incapable
of arriving at a conclnsion exept through the
dull process of reasoning and evidence; and
so will not feel it' an insult to bis superior
sagacity if some such minds, or even "every
body," should for said reason dissent from
his opinion. - r
The gentleman Informs us, further, tbat
"were the testimony published, it would
show the grossest Illegality to have been
practiced on the part of several government
officers, sufficient not only to have called for
a new election, but a dismissal of tbc officers
implicated." It is evident from the manner
in which he handles his subject, that he is
loth to expose in such an open manner as by
publishing facts, even those whom he sees
to be criminal : and I would suspect by what
I am able to glean from others, as well as
from his own writings, that the knowledge
of these facts and this misconduct, is in his
sole possession. Justice is merciful, and be
would rather admonish and warn, than be
the arbiter of severe judgment, when gentler
means might suffice for the purposes of cor
rection. But as an alternative by which to
escape gross wrongs, in the advice he gives
he displays the true daring of the hero, which
Is always visible in desperate circumstances.
After alluding In an obscure way to many
abuses, he concludes by saying, that
when all this can be done and no redress
obtained in the legal way, It remains for the,
voters of Honolulu to take such measures as
will secure their rights in future." And he
says, further: "If they submit to such con
duct again, they deserve to forfeit their
rights." He advises, after reviewing the
facts of the case, and finding them so des
peratc, and the prospect so bad, that, if we
can not obtain redress in a legal manner, we
must resort to illegal means. This is strong
sentiment; but of course a gentleman of bis
practice in writing must have weighed the
words well before discharging such a shaft.
Let us consider the enormity of the abuee by
thedimension of the censure projected against
it. In order to prutent abnsc, we must not
only break tbe laws, but openly advise others
to follow our example, and nol only resist
Government, but if necessary, overthrow it.
This, by some, is called treason, tbe penalty
for which is very severe. Tn contemplating
redress, however deeply we feel wronged,
wc would shrink from such violent means;
but we are cither not oppressed enough, or
wc are too stupid to know thd. such wrongs
I might revert to his articles on annexation,
and tbc pervading sentiment of his paper,
but, lest I should be lost In the magnitude
of the undertaking, I shall be contented for
the present at having been able so far to con
template his wondeful performances. I have
no doubt tbat all he says and docs is meant
lor tbe good of the country, bnt if be had
less to say It would be better for himself-i
Resting here in my criticism, I shall leave
this subject, to read.somc of Esop'sadmira'
ble fables, such as " The Dog in the Mauger,"
or " The Viper and the File." Epsilos
LATE FOEEIQtf NEWS.
The lint, inicox arrived on Saturday, with
San Francisco dates to May 1st, and the
Grace Darling, on Monday, with dates to
Mr. Burlingamc left San Francisco for
Washington in the Colorado.
London, April 25. Particulars of the at
tempted assassination of Prince Alfred state
tnat tue culprit was un irishman named iar
rcY. known to be connectid with the Fenian
organizatiop. He shot the Prince In tbc back
on tbe 121 li of March. The ball was Hot ex
tracted lor two days, and the wound was
dangerous and painlul. The Prince Is doing
well, but his recovery will necessarilv h
slow. Under medical advice he had sailed
April 20. Dispatches from Abyssinia state
that a battle was fought on Good Friday be
fore Magdala. Theodore commanded in per
son. He was defeated, and retreated into
April 27. Still later advices from Abyssi
nia, aaica April loin, nave nccn received.
Tbey represent that 14,000 native troops laid
down their arms; tbat Theodore bad S00
soldiers killed and 1,500 wounded in the late
battle. Advices from Napier's headquarters
at -ncguaia siaic mat. the Europeans lately
held captive there, numbering sixty includ
ing men, women and children are alreadr
en route to Tonlabari for home. The entire
force of Theodore's armv. has been cither
Lkilled, wounded or captured. Gen. Napier
tuace uy ms ticiury mc m .urge guns just
used against nun, oasju stand oi small arms,
lO.OeO shells such as are used in battle in
open Held by the Abyssinians, 10,000 spears
aua many oiucr articles oi war ana equip
ments. After the works were completely taken,
Klnir Theodore was fonnd dead bv the sol
diers on entering the centre of his strong-
num. Jie was snot tnrougii tnc Head, some
persons say he was killed during one of tbe
battles; others incline to tbc opinion he
committed suicide when he found tbc fortune
of the day against Mm. Tbe King's body
was recognized nmont: tbc killed tind wound
ed by British captives when rclcated. Theo
dore's two sons were taken prisoners. The
interiorof the fortress of Magdala presented
a splendid sight. Tbe place was glowing
with barbaric splendor. The British troops
plundered it at once. They found four rojal
crowns made of solid gold, $20,000 in silver,
10,000 silver plates, several lots of rich jewels,
auu oiuer articles oi great v alnc.
.' London, April 30th. Thejury has brought
in a verdict against Burke and sbaw. Burke
is sentenced to 15 years' and Sbaw to 7 years'
The trial of the Clcrkenwcll prisoners was
continued to-day. Alter receiving the charge
lrom the Chief Justice, tbe jury' retired, and
after a brief absence returned a verdict.
Barrett was found guilty andall.thc others
London, llay 1. The debate in the House
of Commons last night on Gladstone's re
solves for the abolition of tbe Irish Church
continued to a late hour. Some prominent
members spoke. Lord Ellicho opposed the
resolves. Gladstone closed the debate on
the Liberal side with a powerful speech
against a continuance of tbe Irish Church.
He also defended himself frotri tbc personal
attacks made upon him for bis course, deny
ing he had any part or lot iu the projects
either of the Ritualists or Roman Catholics.
Disraeli followed in a bitter speech, calling
the scheme one of confiscation and violence,
to which the people of England would never
consent. A division then took place on tbc
first resolve. It was adopted bv 65 maioritv.
Disraeli said the Ministers needed time to
consider w hat coufte they would take. The
House adjourned to Monday.
Tbe press to-day generally considers tbe
decisiou a decisive one. Disraeli lias gone to
Osborne to consult with the Queen.
London, May 2. The Cabinet crisis mo
nopolizes public attention. It is thought if
the measures which are in effect approved
by both parties are not opposed by tbe Libe
rals, the present Cabinet will not resign or
dissolve parliament until an appeal can be
made to the ncwConstituenc. The Times to
day editorially recommends this course.
Albant, April 23th. The defence rested
their case in the Cole murder trial to-day.
The evidence throughout "was intended to
show the insanity of tbe prisoner.
Ciiicaqo, April 25. The Btpubticaiti
special mentions a rumdr that tbe President's
resignation is already written out, and will
be presented as soon asconnsei haye complet
ed the argument in his defense.
In Nelson's argument to-day in the im
peachment trial he stated tbat Judge Black
lia.1 withdrawn from the case because tbe
President refused to send vessels to seize the
Island of Alta Vela refusing ou the. ground
tlut public doty was against tbe solicitations
or friends and the Implied threats of enemies,
Gcn Canby telegraphs that the total ma
jority for the Constitution in South Carolina
Tbe majority for the Constitution In North
Carolina is 13,440.
Returns from Georgia come slowly.
Bullock is elected Governor, and. the Con
stitution Is ratified by 9,000 majority. The
Democrats have a majority in the Legislature.
ssession tbe 2d volume of Commodore
mikes' U. S. Exploring Expedition Chart
belonging to tbc Palace Library, will confer a
favor by returning the raiue to
II. M.'s Cbamlserlain.
Honolulu, May 17. IPCS- 18-tf
WILL BE GIVEN FOR THE RECOV
ery of a TEARL SniRT-BUTTON,
lost in the Streets of Honolulu during the last
week. Any person finding the same, and re
turning it to this office, ill be suitably re
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS
' IN THE
"TOTICE is hereby given, that all
IN amounts exceeding THREE HUNDRED
DOLLARS, now on deposit on interest in our
Savings Bank, will cease to draw interest from
tbe FIRST DAT OF JUNE, next, except in
cases of special agreement, fixing a rate of in
terest for a stated time. Also, that tbe rate
of interest on sums less than Three Hundred
Dollars, remaining on deposit in our Savings
Bank on the First day of September next,
will be reduced to six per ecnt-per annum.
BISHOP i CO.
Honolulu, May 5th, 1S6S. 10-tf
Licenses Expiring in May, 1868.
"nETAIL., Ilouolnln Sth. T. Jfeal: 16th, O.
MM. Hone; Hlb, A. Hoe; litis, J. ii. Smith; 3d,
a. Saridire; 25th, Wan Go; 31, Afonir & Achnck;
ltlh, Cuolan Brothers; 'Mb, L. L. Tornert; 27th, J.
Stcnnck, l-alanialtoad. Oahn Htn, Akan, Walalna.
17th, Ah Lei, do. Usui ij. Hostile, Lahalna; 4th,
Auiau. do; 1st, 3Iossman on, Wadnkn. Hawaii .
21st, Kannamano. L Kahalevai, WaiuLInu. Kanal
12th, Wal Tee. "Waimea; 16th, A. White, Jlolona;
17lh. TjlC Yee, Kapaia.
WHOLESALE, Honolulu 1st, V Jf Ladd; 1st, E
VICTUALLING. Honolulu 3d, Jcc ArU; 1st. M
Cohen; 23th, Ah Hoe; loth, Lunl Tal; 29th,' Ah IVs,
AUCTION', Honolulu 3d, C S Bartow. Hawaii
IStli. C Xolley.
BILLIARDS, Oahn 14th. J Dawson, Liberty Hall.
HORSE. Honolulu lt, Eamallc, XoS.
BOAT, Maul Ith, Hoojiil, Laliaina.
WE AltE rUKPAHEI) TO FUR-
1 T nish Fire-Wood of tbe Best Quality
Ohia, Koa, and Ncnelcau at our Landing,
near Hilo Bay, in quantities to suit.
HITCHCOCK A BROTHER,
For further particulars, enquire of
Castle t Cooke, Agents. . 17-tf
48 14-95 tons register, copper and copper-fastened,
now running between this Port and Hilo,
having jnst been put In a thorough state of
repair and furnished with a complete sett of
New Sails, Gear, Ground Tackle, etc., is now
tffcrcd for sale. For particulars, applv to
L. L. TORBERT,
17-tf J. II. Coney, Hilo.
BOMiES Sl CO.,
PER LATE ARRIVALS.
Per Idaho onr nsual supply vf
Floor in half and nuartir sacks.
Also, per D C Murray, '
(.alilornia Ijlme and
A large assortment of
' Faints and Faint Oil
Manila Cordage assorted
Sizes from 1 to 4in.
Hubbard's Patent Zinc l'aint
Rest Boiled Eng Faiat Oil
11 -3m Whitewash do, etc.
TvOWXEIPaS Kerosene Oil.
XJ For sale hy
II. IIACKFELD A CO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT, FOIt SALE BY
U0LLES & CO.
SMALL LOT, FOR SALE BV
ll-3m BOLLES i, CO.
SSORTED SIZES, FOR SALE BV '
HJ BOLLES .t CO.
SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR QUAL
ity, for sale by
ll-3m BOLLES A CO.
White Lead. .
a nnn lhs Stirling lead, i
ijVuU cans, for sale low, hy
n-om .UUMjtiB & CO.
Portland &Rosendale Cement
T70U SAJ.E BY
TEN THOUSAND Gallons of the
above Celebrated Oil, to arrive per shin
Syren, direct from Boston. Enquire of
ll-3m BOLLES .1 CO.
Piano Maker & Tuner,
bOFFEHS HIS SERVICES
I A. I l'havins the best of Etrines and
Material on hand.
Orders left at the Family Drue Store, Cor
ner of Fort and Hotel Street, will meet with
immediate attention. 12-3m
WE KEEP A FULL STOCK OF THIS
artlcle,and are receiving fresh supplies
by every packet, for sale at the lowest prices at
51-3m BOLLES t CO.
RUINART, perc i fils Champagne,
Carte Blanche, in pinU and quarts.
, For Sale by
H. IIACKFELD i CO.,
15-tf Messrs. Rninart, pere t fils Rheimt.
JUST . received ex J. W. Searer,
a cargo of superior ncll-pickcd
40-tf II. IIACKFELD i CO.
Arroj's Celebrated Pale Ale,
In pint, for s&Ie by
U-Zm II. IIACKFELD fc Co
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!
FROM THIS DAT
AX THE STOKE OF
AT COST PRICES AND BELOW
Fiiio blk cloth coat, blue flannel cents and tmnta.
superior black and blun cloth pant, c&sluett pnots,
fane j doeskin pants, light summer pants and coat,
superior light -Marseilles re-st d.irk silk Tents, tweed
socks aua irocKS, superior white flannel pants; silk,
merino, lambjwool and cotton flJonel undershirts
and drawers, linen aud cotton drawers, rtd and white
u&nnei anaerabirts and drawers, the very best
VAHrETT GENTS' ITJBNISHING GOODS
To numerous to mention.
ladies' and M .uses' unnerior white cotton hem
gents hruwn and white half hose, gents' Terr supe
rior lisle thread socks all sizes, gents white and
gray merino socks, children's woolen socks and
Boots and Shoes.
Gents superior calf dress boots, do half welted boots,
ladles euj-erior Mack prunella opera gaiters i f the
best factory In the United Stateu, a very Urge variety
of ladies cloth gaiters short and high heU but
make, do cloth gaiter lies, do black kid and morocco
gaiters, do black button gaiters, dq superior black
Kid suppers, children i ankle ties, mines' slippers,
boys morocco itfitent leather and calf skin shoes.
babies shoos and ankle tie, D'toes cloth morocco,
patent leather and calf skin gaiters.
Very fcuperior cotton cloth Clinches wide of the best
American factories, verr fine white N'aluouk and
Victoria lawns, bishop lawn?, book muslins fourdif-
lerent qualities, very-line wmte tarlatans, also in
blue, pinky and buff; crow baud mauling, fine jaco
net, also fine white brilliants 10 different pattern,
a large assortment of curtain inmIIii white- pink
and blue lHtbinctt muequitto netting 100-in wide,
buff, blue and pink Chambreey lawn?, cotton towel
and towelling, bine and brown cotton drilling, Anios
keng denims, very superior pointed French jaconet
and prints, Bronks white and colored pnool cotton.
crt-chet, knitting and mending cotton, white cotton
and Fcrpentinw braids, white and black foundation,
very fine white wash net, flowered bobbinett Ie,
blond lace, all colon of paper cambric and sllecia's
for lining, Dew muslin dress patterns, canvass tor
Ladles and gents anperior Jonvrfes white kid gloves,
ladies black kid gloves, do gauntlets In lisle kid cord
buckskin, ladies' a children's black ailk mitts, gents
white aud colored cotton glove?, ladies and, xnU
white and black silk glove.
Very snperior fine white Irish linen Xo I and U, linen
tovetsandtowelln;, white anft brown linen' drill,
Tnrkhh bathlnjr towels, gents and ladies linen
handkerchief, linen damask taMe covers.
Superior fancy, black and white plaid shawls ; treak
Cut ehaw Is, woolen table cover?, fancy delaine for
gents' dreniing gowns and ladies morning wrapper,
all the different colors of fine French cuhmeres, me
rino and thibets. Scutch plaidd, plain French de
lanes, fine black coburgs and nlpaccas, ieil barege,
white and blue all wool fl inner, bareges, tweeds,
cioakings, and woolen goods fur pants.
Superior colored and plain black silks, different colors
of lining silks, Msck and white silk illndon, black
silk velvet, bbick Italian cloth, sliitusilk corset lac
ing., all tbe different colors of sewing silk on spools
gout and fresh, very superior plain, white aod colr'd
lntlles' Freneli Ulade Corsets.
A GENERAL ASSORT OF TRIMMINGS.
Perfumery and Toilet
Curling fluid, bears grease, reindeer marrow, poma
des, marachtlla for tlic hair and beard. Price k Co,
best Lngllxh perfumery, toilet vinegar, best eau de
cologne, ?pecific for the complexion, rose hair oil,
ov.il hand mirrors, fine tooth and dressing combs,
bext Kngll-vh hair brushes, nail nod tooth brm-bes,
tooth powder and pastes, face powder, medical skin
purifying soaps, depilatory powder for removing in
perflnvui hair, Cpham's asthma cures, shaving cream,
and eonpa, havln r bnulifcf, razor straps, one mttruttr'
tooth ache cure. '
hair lu'iii. fancy dre&
its, cum scissors, pocket knives,
is buttons, acate and pearl but
tons, English pins, red marking cotton, Warren'a
jewing needier. IodUns. nnrserr !.!ns. crochet, darn.
J ing and worsted needles, button rings and link,
bouton de perica, linen tapes, black and fancy belt
buckles, ivory and sandal wood card cases, China
feather fans, cribbage boarda, backgammon board.
Chinese ivory pnztles, dominoe. glove and card
boxer, ladies fancy garters, plain and Iteaded black
hair nets, embroidered edgings and Insertion, snpe
rior KnglUh black crape, snperior linen lace collars,
black and hite elastic brciJj and cords, black bugle
trimmings, black and Malta lace, white ruches,
frill ins and rufllings, superior black and colored
beltings all width, plain and fancy bonnet ribbons
from 1 to 3 Imfhes wide, llnnen buttons, office feather
dusters, carpet hags, ladles umbrellas and parasols,
ladies riding whips, velvet ribbons black aod colored
A Good Assortment of Gents Braces and
Neckties, Silk Handkerchiefs. &c.
Very Superior White Shirts.
Gents ridins and dx promenade bats, Gents' Bonis
rsrd hats grey, brown and black. Gents black bea
Ter hats. Gents light straw hats. Children' and Boys'
straw and felt hats;
0HE SUFFBI0S E0SFW00D 3 STEHfO
And a Variety of Other Article! too numer
ous, to mention.
All tthe. Foregoing Articles
and Goods . .
tVjlt be fcoU from ta-dar at cost prices aod below, for
cash or approred paper,
Xadles and Gentlemen of Ilonolola and adjacent
Island" please call and canrinee toarselres of the,
fact. - '
Ilcnolnln, May IS, 18CS. 17-tf
By C. S. BAJRTOW.
Jly C. S. Barlow Ar E. P. Adams.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20,
E. P. ADAMS,
WILL BE CONTINUED,
THE SALE OF DRY GOODS
Belonging to the Estate of Isaac Keinhart.
ON FEIDAY, MAY 22,
By order of tbe Assignees of the Estate of
At the Store, Corner-of Nuuanu
and Marine Streets,
Will be offered the balance of the
Stock of Dry Goods.
Sale isill Commence at 10 o'clock A. M.
On Tuesday, May 22,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. JI.,
WILL BE SOLD,
A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE.
Furniture at Auction!
On Monday, June 8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, M.,
At tlae Itcsidence of Mr. Jtoirc,
on Hotel Street,
WILL BE SOLD, THE
Entire Furniture on the Premises
Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture, such
as Tables, Lounges, Chairs, Bedsteads,
Bedding, Two Cooking Stoves, and a
variety of Household Articles.
Three Years and a half unexpired
Lease of the Premises,
AT A LOW RENT.
nlifornia Table and Pie. Fruits,
KJ Just reeeiveulier Idaho: rorfalobj
.ll-3in BOLLES t CO.
... Japan Tea.
T) cccivctl per Idaho. For sale by
LV ll-3m BOLLES A CO.
HONOLULU IRM WORKS CO.
Wrought & Cast Iron Ket'tles
VN hand and jiade to obdeu, of
J the JJest .Material and Workmanship.
I 7 '
Every IeerIjtion of
btcam ana ater Locks,
Valves, Ouage Cocks,
Steam Gauges A Injectors,
ri . ..Piping Elhows,.Tees,
. s.'. . . IndhvRnbbcr Packing,
All Kinds orjirnss IVorkrlVcat-
' 'J I j Kiecntcd.--
BEST BAR IRON
On hand and for sale; at lowest market prices
Overshot, Turlslnc, Centre IIn-
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF
Water W iicols,
Madoof cither Iron or WoodcalciAations.
for nhich will be made on receiving the par
ticulars of Volume, Head, and Fall of Water,
in any desired locality. One of our Centre
Discharge Wheels may be seen at the Kane-
ohe'Plantation, where it is iu full operation
and giving entire satisfaction.
W JJNHD-3VrTT iT iS,
OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS,
With Pumps, Made and adapted to any place
Wool, Pulu, Cotton & Oil Presses
Made of any Size and Strength,
Combining all the Latest Improvements,
and composed of the Best Materials. One of
our AVool Presses is giving entire satisfaction
on tbe extensive Ranch of alessrs. J r & F.
Sinelair,'Island of Niihau who may he con
sulted with regard to particulars. 13-3m
riOOaLIK anil E.VTKA
J sale In quantities to Milt by
A. S. CI.EG1IORN.
SO-ly Agent Honolulu Rice Mill.
DOLi: and Saddle Leather.
KJ tanned goat sums, for sale by ,
A. S. C LEGHORN.
Agent Waiuica Tannery.
JAMES L. LEWIS.
COOPER AND GAUGER,
AT THE OZiD STASIS,
Corner of King and Bethel Sts.
stock of OIL
all kinds of
COOPERING MATERIALS !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
lie hopes, by attention to business, to merit
a continuance of the patronage wblcli be has
heretofore enjoyed, and for which he now re
turns Ids thanks. 51-3m
OAItXES de TISIXE, .
Copylnsr and Enlarging,
Retouching done in the best manner, and on
the most reasonable terms.
Also for sale, Photographs of the Craters
KILAUEA AND HALEAKALA,
And other Islands Scenes.
The KJNPS KAMEHAMEHA, &c,
At the Ci'.ilery Fort Street.
II. I CHASE.
P. 8. naTlng purchased the Portrait Neg
atives from Mr. Weed, duplicates, can be had
by those persons wishing-for the same.
21-3m II. IV, c.
Bjr K. P. ADAMS.
ON TUESDAY, MAT 3,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
WILL BE SOLD,
A General Assortment or
FAMILY DBUG ST0B1.
J. 91. SMITH &. CO.,
HAVE RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIV
als, a Nesr Assortment of Drugs ted
Sands' Sarsaparilla, Townsend's do..
Avers' do., Bristol's do.. Shakers' do,.
Root do., Ayers' Cherry Pectoral, . .
Balsam for the Lunt;, Balsam of Wild
Cherry, Ilypophosphites of Lima 4 Soda,
Compound Extract of Baehu, Capsules,
Thorn's Extract, Crossmas's Specific;
Pills and Ointments, of various kinds,1
Liniments, Plasters, Pectoral Fumigatars,
ponges, Hamburg res, Lily Unite,
Fumigating Pastils, Trusses,
J. R. Cook's
Ninnies. Nltinle Shields..
ljnbin's and f maud's Extracts, -Toilet
Articles, Lip Salve,
Indelible Pencils, a Jfcir Invention,
Hair Restorers and Dressings,
Syringes, Leeches, etc., etc., ete.
Drngd of all kinds,
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets. 11-tf
SIX SPLENDID B03EWOOD CASE
GRAND UPRIGHT PIANOS
Patent Afpraflfe Style,
f fl'j arupicai vumaie ids
I ''best toned Instruments ever im
ported. These Instruments are acknowledged
by the greatest Artists, at the last Paris Ex
position, as the best Upright Pianos that are
J2-tf WM. FISCHER.
THEO. H. DAVIESr
-I.nte Jnnlon, Green & Co.,
Offers for Sale
Assortment of Goods,
Suitable for this Market,
Per Gnrstangp, from Liverpool,
Bobert Cowan, from Victoria.
Heavy Denims, Brown Drills,'' '"j"' "
Whita Cottons, Regatta Stripeij,,
Ticking, Turkey Red& Prints.
' ' '
Brown -Linen Drills; Brown Holland,
SUto Hollands"," Blue (White Checks,
Diaper, Fine Linen', Dowlas,, .
AJpacaj Black and Fancy Colors, -Blankets
White, drey. Blue, Ac.,
Cloths Black, Blue, White, Orecn, Ac,
Coburgs Black, Blue, A fancy colors,'
Flannels Blue, Black, Scarlet,' Ae.'T' 1
Orlcanj Printed White O'round and Fjg
urcd Colored Oround, . ; - S
iTweeds Light A Heary, ass'd patterns.
A Very Snperior- Assortment of Coats,
Pants itud Full Suits Light
and Heavy, .
Coats Alpsea, Tweed, Doeskin and Pi
Pants Blue Flannel, Tweed, Moleskin,
Doeskin, and Pilot Cloth.
Children!) Cloaks andjflantlcs,
India Rubber and Tweed Waterproof.
A large variety of Crimean Shirts, best styles,
Heavy Jean Shirts, Striped, Print- n
ed Regattas, Extra Stont Grey , ' .
Merino Shirts A Drawers. ' '
1 u j j
Common, Medium and Superior Saddles? Com
mon A Superior Side Saddles, Heads
and Reins, A few rery good
Bridles, and Electro-
Plated Bits. '. ".v
JUACK iSc MSLL GOODS,'
White and colored embroidered grenadines t
jjook jiusuns, r me uiwns, Biripcu and
Checked, Cambric A Lace Hand
kerchiefs, Tape Checks and
Laces, Bishop's Lawn,
A Small I Ait of ry Handsome
AND EACE dURTAINS,
C6 to 72 Inches wide, and 4 yards long; One
or two pairs to each pattern.
Silk and Cotton Velvets, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Pongees and CorahsMerino and "Felt
Hits, Assorted Wood and Bronze
Table Oil CIothLeather and
India Rubber Belting and
' Hose, Twilled Sacks,
Hawaiian, English aad Amer
Ind, Coope k Co's Draught Ale,
Lea k Pcrrin's Sauces, Pl Fruits and
Jams, Coward'a'pickles," ' '
Gosnell'l fine cPerfieses and
Brushes, Nobles k lltvi'i
' Whiskey. .
Best Quality of Floor Oil Cteife,
iFour Tards wide, and eaj to asy (eeb;
Sugar Coolers, Carron Pans, '
' Best Hoop Iron and Bat Trosi "
, Pij Jroa, Fire Bricks, . .
Roofing Felt, be., ie. '
i2-5t THEO. H. DAVHS.