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BOSOLULV, JULY 21. 18CS.
jm steamer Montana arrived on tbe 16th, bring
ing 8n Francisco dates of tbe 6th Inst. No change
In the market report from that brought by the SetiL
The Montana sails to-morrow with a full cargo of
The bark Camden arrived on Saturday, 22 days
from Pnget Sound, with lumber to II. Hackfeld k
Co. "We bear that the Entason and the Constitution'
were to follow, tbe former for this port and the latter
for IIllo. We also learn that the Cowan and Manna
loa are due from Burrows Inlet, via Victoria, and the
Alaska and Cambridge 4ne, tbe former from Colum
bia Hirer and tbe latter from Humboldt, all with
more or less lumber.
Tbe'shlp Frstolongo, arrived on the 19th Instant,
from Macao, and bound to the Chlncha Island with
cooliee on board.
The Clara It. EutU sails for Portland Immediately
on tbe arrival of the Cambridge from Humboldt
Port of Honolulu, Julr 21.
Jul IS Schr IblU, from M&aL
lSchr ManookawjU. from XIuul
16 U. 8. itr Mohoa.ro. &imtwcii. from Kac&L
Am tr Montana, Connor, 10 daji from
ficlir Annie, from Hfla.
bchr Martlda. from Kawailiae.
IT ScU K&raot, from KahuluL
18 ttmr Kilatiea, from windward ports.
Echr Warwick, from MolokaL
Bchr Actlre. from Kchala
10 Italian ihlp Pratolonju, Pro fume, 52 daji
Am bark Camden, JloblDtoa, 22 tUvi from
8chr Mary, from A nab o la.
20 Echr Ilittif, from JfawiliwiU.
July IS Schr Mary Ellen, for TYalbee,
Scbr Warwick, fur MolokaL
16 6chr Kona Packet, for Kona.
Pcbr Manuokawat for liana.
Scbr Iiliu. for MolokaL
IS Scbr 1 1 ok ul fie, fur liana.
Scbr Kate Lee, tor Labaloa and Makee'a.
Echr Prince, tor Knaa.
-4?chr Mar 11 da, for Ktmalbae.
20 Stmr Kilanea, for windward porta.
Scbr Annie, for lIUo.
Scbr Eamol, furKobnlol.
Scbr Warwick, for MolokaL
Scbr Mary, for Arahola.
21 Scbr Act It e. for Kobala.
Scbr Kanulle, for MclokaL
From San Francisco j Montana, July 19 Gen
and Mrs McCuok, child and servant: Miss M G Mc
Cook, Capt and Mrs Maker, Miss Harris, Mrs Mo
Lellan and child, Miss Carr, Miss Kennecutt, Miss
Punchard, Miss Sbander, K 1 Adams and sou, J AV
Halm, T Cross, H Logan, Muter and three others.
From Teekalet per Camden, July SO Isaac 51.
For Gusno Island per Kamehameha V. July 20.
John M. Crowell, Mr Smart, and 22 native laborers.
For Ssn Francisco, per stsamer Montana, Ju!y 220.
His Ex C de Varlfcnv. Mme C de Tarlgny and three
children. Miss Gibson, Mrs Waterhouse, Miss Water
bouse, Mrs Johnstone, Mrs Pierce, Miss II Styles,
Mr Laldly. Mrs Hoitt, Miss Onon, Miss B MacTar
lane, I Ilartlftt, A S Wilcox, Capt W C Stone, CB
Plummer, M M Cook, II M Alexander, N W Tallant,
Ira Richardson, W X Ladi, J Collins. Wing Pat and
wife. An Van.
From San lYaodeco, per ttxnr Montana, July ICth.
AKrimpIemcnU. pka &
Meal, aka C5
ApplM, DX 1
Brandy, bbla 2
Brandy, ca 30
Blacking, c 6
Boot, sboea, etc, cs S3
Bath brfcki, zk 1
Books. ca 1
Bran, ska 171
Bitten, ca 10
Bread, pkgt 135
Bacon,' cs 2
Case pood, cs 16
Chocolate, cs 4
Cigars cs 1
Clothing, ca 14
Citron, cs 1
Cranberries, kg 1
Codfish, cs 2
Cbeese, cs 6
Dreg, pkgs 35
Dry foods, bU 30
Dry Uooda, cs 35
Fancy roods, cs 12
Floor, blf ska 257
Flour, qr aka 8S3
Fig, pkgs 4
Gin, pkg 1
Glassware, pkgs 5
Hats, cs 7
Hop, bl 1
Hams, ca 2
Hardware, cs 20
Hardware, csks 8
Iron, pkgs 214
Malt Uquor. csk 1
Mustard, cs 6
Macaroni, bxa 10
Nails, kgs 37
Not. bbU 2
Oil, linsed, dma 100
Unions, cs 31
Opium, bxa 2
Oats, tks SO .
t'latca ware, cs s
Paper, cs 3
Paper, bla 3
Piano, ca 1
ProTltdona, ca 4
Pepper, cs 6
Pipes, cs 1
Potatoes, aka 75
Palls, dx 10
luteins, bxa 7
Soap, bxa 4
Starch, bxa 10
Saddlery, cs G
Sardines, cs 10
Spirit! turpentine, cs 1
Spices, ca 11
Shots, cka 2
Salt, bla 4
Stationery, cs 1
Sugar, maple, cs 1
Tea, pka 11
Tin, cs 0
Umbrellas, cs 1
Yarn lib. cs 1
Woodenware, pkga 12
Wine, cka 3
Wine, cs 5
From Teekalet, W. T, per Camden, Jnly 20
Floor, bM 100 .Lumber, dret'd. ft. 03,304
Lumber, rough, ft. 250,GGS;ShIngles, M 15
For Guano Island per Kamehameha V. July 20.
Baca, bales 4
PoL bbla 79
Bread, caska 7
Beef, 29 bbla
Casks, calls. 4.430
Pork, bbla 8
Bice, baga 17
Shovels, dox. 5
Talnefjrelgn prod nee,
Value domctftic produce. . .
TO BE SOLD.
A PONY, CARRIAGE AND
HARNESS, complete. The Horso has
been driven br a lady, and is free from vice.
ALSO A SADDLE HORSE, perfectly quiet,
and a good pacer. Inquire at tbe
- 3-tf REGISTRY OFFICE.
PER ROll'T CO WAN's FINE RED
EALM0X, from Fraier River.
ICO Pounds White Clover Seed!
17 TIIE0. II. DAVIES.
TITHE UNDERSIGNED, intending
jL to leave this Kingdom, hereby requests
all persons Indebted to him to make immedi
ate payment, and those having claims against
him will please present the same for settle
ment. 21-tf CJFRED. PFLUGER.
G. Wilhelm, Baker,
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, RES
pectfully informs bis Customers and the
Public generally, that he has removed his Ba
kery from the corner of Hotel and Mannakea
Streets, to Hotel Street, sear the American
FRESH MILK! FRESH MILK!
scnTHE UNDERSIGNED, HA V-jfgW
Ling bonght oat the Stock and jS&g
.Business of Mrs. Johnstone, will continue tu
supply daily. Fresh Milk, to both old and new
customers, promptly and regularly.
Our new establishment being connected with
one of the most cxtensiro cattle and dairy
farms on this island, extra supplies of milk
can bo furnished in any quantity, at short
notice. Custom Respectfully Solicited.
2m HOLT & RAU.
AT- THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
On Fort Street,
"AY BE SEEN THE VIEWS TAKEN
Late Lava How at Kahuku!
And tho Effects of the Late
Ear-tliquaUc at "Wtf obiim, Kan.
Also VIEWS OF CT.AUEA and other
places. Cards of the Kings, Quoens. Chiefs,
etc., all for sale at Low Prices. Also, Oral
Frames of all sixes, and si few Square Frames,
wbichwill be sold cheap. CHAgE.
For Hilo and Jnpmea, Hawaii.
Will run as a regular packet to the aboTC
ports'. For freight or passage apply to
ll-3m WALKER 4 ALLEN, Agents.
Phases of the Mooa for the month of Inly.
nzrAxxs it can. naa'L sxrrs.
4th, Foil Moon, 10 8 A.M.
12th, Last Quarter, - r. M.
19th, New Mocn, 11 25 A. it.
29th, first Quarter 3 20 A. M.
1st, Sun Rises,. . ..& 25 a. X. Sun Sets,... 41 r. X.
6th, Sun J'.ises, 5 28 " Sun Sets,... 6
15th, gon Rise.,.. .5 31 " Sua Sets,... S "
22a. Sun Kles,....J 34 Sun Sets,... 6 38 "
JSth,SunIUses,...5 3 " Sou Sets,... 6 35 "
OCR thanks are due to Bennett, of the
News Depot, for late papers and magazines.
We are Indebted to Pnrscr McClellan, of
the Montana, for memoranda of the ship and
fall flics of late papers.
By the Steamer Montana, the U. 8. Minister,
General E. M. McCook arrived from San
Francisco. The General has been away some
months. He brings with him his family,
whom we arc happy to welcome again to
The U. 8. Steamer ilohoiujo, Capt. Simp
son, returned from her trip to Kanal last
Thursday. She has been away nine days,
and visited tbe ports of Hanalei, Koloa and
Personal. nis Excellency C. de Varigny
and family sail to-day on the steamer for 8an
Francisco and Europe. Their tour, which is
for health and pleasure, will occupy-about a
year. We wish them a pleasant journey and
Ocr readers will obseire by tbe advertise
ment of Mr. May, that he has commenced
tbe grocery business at tbe old stand of Mr.
Savidge. Mr. May was In the same line ten
years ago, and from his knowledge of the
trade, we are satisfied that he will obtain a
good run of custom.
Insane. We are pained to learn that Capt.
James M. Green, long a resident of Hono
lulu, has recently tiecomc. insane, whIe
reeldiug In San Francisco, and Is now an
inmate of tbe Stockton Asylum. His friends
have little hope of his immediate recovery.
Deceased. A letter from New York,
dated April 22d, states that Mrs. Ford, first
wife of the late Dr. S. P. Ford, died in that
city on the 22d. She had been sick for a
year past, and during that time had suffered
intensely. She was poisoned by drinking
water from an old lead pipe. AdverlUer.
Tse Montana leaves this afternoon, at
four o'clock, with a full freight and a large
list of passengers. More freight was offered
than she could take, and we bear of one ship
per having bought of another, fifteen tons
capacity at a premium, of two dollars per
ton. Mr. Ben. Holladay, Jr., who has spent
several months on the islands, returns to San
Francisco by her.
Fire, The alarm of fire on Sunday after
noon was caused by tbe burning of a thatch
ed house, known as tbe Mormon Church,
near the Liberty Hall premises. Being in the
middle of the yard, it was consumed without
setting fire to any other house, although, the
wind was rather fresh at the time. A few
Hawailans, who still clinc to MormonUm,
have on Sundays frequented the building,
and probably tbe thatch caught fire from
Coolies. The Italian ship Iraldongo ar
rived at the anchorage outside on Sunday
last, 53 days from Macao, with 400 Chipcse
coolies, bound for the Chincha Islands. She
touches for fresh provisions and water, and
will sail in a day or two for her destination.
We understand that her accommodations are
ample, and well regulated for the coolies, and
no serious sickness has, so far, shown itself
among them. The figures at which these
coolie contracts have been taken sound rather
large to ns. They have each received $100
advance, and are to receive $4 per month,
with food and clothing, and will cost the
Peruvian employer from $330 to $400 each.
Several vessels have lately left Macao for
Havana, with coolies who have cost $300 on
board. They are engaged on eight year con
tracts, food and clothing to be furnished.
Importation or Oricii. It wjll be seen, 1
by the following letter, that the Government
have determined to stop all importation of
"opium contrary to law. It has sometimes
been thought that opium imported by other
than licensed dealers and physicians can law
fully be sold at auction, but we arc told that
the Government think otherwise.
Honolulu, July 16, 1858.
W. F. Allen, Esq.,
Collector General of Customs.
Sir: I have been applied to several times
lately, to know what tnis department regard
ed as an importation of opium ; more espe
cially in connection with Section 4, of the Act
or August 21, 1S60.
Being anxious to test tho matter, it has
seemed to me the true course to consider that
the prohibition of tho Section in question
refer to all importations of opium, even im
portations in bond. Unless therefore, and
until tbe Supreme Court shall decide other
wise, yon will please to construe tho law ac
cordingly. Very respectfully, your ob'nt lerrt,
S. U. Phillips,
Minister of Finance, ad int.
Honolulu, June 20th, 1SGS.
To HI Ex. F. W. Hutchison,
Minister of the Interior, &c, Ac.
ir.- In compliance with the requirements
ot the Queen's Hospital, I have the honor
to furnish to you, this, the eighteenth serui
nnnal renort: showimr the receipts aud
disbursements during the half year ending !
at this date, and containing an estimate of j
the financial conamon oi ine corporation ou
the 1st proximo.
On the 20th December, 1667, the amount of
cash on hand was. - s,SS7 ,
And since that date I hare received from
Benevolent Societies, Consuls and others,
for account " pay patJeata". 66 00
IbsraUan Treasury b.d. of app.. .$2,500 00
And tor passeoger account llaw'n
seaman's taxes. 1,452 SO- 3,952 M
The disbursements during the came time
Tor rhjaidan'a salary 6 mos. to 1st lost ,5000
For Wages of Purveyor and servants, 6 mos.
to 1st instant. .-. 6S200
For Provisions, medicines (icclndins impor
tation from Germany per K. W. Wood,
24) lights, furniture, cotfiDJ, repirs,ac 3,49109
Loaned April 11th, fur six months on inter
est at 1 per cent. 2,000 00
Leaving balance of cash on hand 2,68324
The assets and liabilities are estimated for
the 1st of July, as follows:
Cash now on hand $2,693 U
Sote due Octal-It, 1SCS 2,00000
Appropriation- 1,250 00
1-assenger and llaw'n Seaman's Taxes. 350 00
Pay Patients. 100 00
Liabilities at same date:
Current expenses v month of June....... 750 00
Balance available.. . .
Cbas. R. Bishop, Treasurer.
Co cut News. nis Majesty accompanied
by his Ministers and personal Staff, will visit
the U. 8. ship Uofiongo, to-morrow, at 11
o'clock a. M.
Privt Council. His Majesty convened
the Privy Council, at lolanl Palace, on Mon
day. The Council remained In session seve
ral hours, occupied in the discussion of
We notice tbat Mr. S. G. Wilder has formed
a co-partnership with Mr. E. Adams, in the
Auction business. We wish the new firm
Mr. C. B. Plummer gave, on Monday
evening, one of his mirth-provoking enter
tainments. He drew a large house. Last
night he gave another lecture. He leaves to
day on the Montana.
Foreion -News. The steamer Montana,
Capt Conner, arrived on Thursday last, from
San Francisco, with the mails. She brings
news np to July 4th, details of which will be
found In our correspondent's letter, and In
the telegraphic Items.
Accident. On Monday afternoon, one of
the natives employed on the Nuuann VaJley
road, met with a painful and serious acci
dent. He was digging out hardpan for the
carts, when a mass of rock caved on blm,
and crushed his leg, breaking the bones and
tearing the flesh fearfully. He nearly suc
cumbed under the profuse hemorrhage, but
about sundown arrived at the Queen's Hos
pital, where amputation was performed by
Dr. Hillebrand, assisted Drs. McGrcw and
Official Movements. It will be seen
from the Notice under " By Authority," that
during the absence of the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, tbe business of tbat office will be
conducted by tho Attorney-General, and that
the Finance Office is placed in the bands of
the Minister of the Interior, ills Excellency
C. de Varigny has been clothed with powers
plenipotentiary, and will, during his stay In
Europe, give attention to such modifications
of our existing Treaties as may be deemed
advisable for tbe Interests of the Kingdom.
The visit of the Minister to Europe is a
favorable opportunity for this purpose.
The Japanese. So far as we hear, the
Japanese are adapting themselves to their
new homes very easily and quietly. They
arc not so hardy as the Chinese, and will re
quire at first a little more care and indul
gence until they become acclimated, and also
iuured to our style of labor. Many of them
have seemed to feel at once the change to
our warmer climate, but their sjekness on
the whole has not been severe Last week,
at Kaalaea, one of the best of the gang died,
although ever" attention was bestowed upon
him, and his fever did not seem severe. This
is the first case of natural death which has
occurred among them since their arrival.
Official Entertainment. The Chancel
lor of the Kingdom and Mrs. Alien had the
honor to entertain His Majesty the King and
Her Majesty Queen Dowager Emma at din
ner on Saturday evening. A large number
of ladies and gentlemen were present. His
Ex. the Minister of Foreign Affairs and
Madame de Varigny, nis Ex. the Minister of
Interior and Mrs. Hutchison, the Attorney
General, the U. 8. Minister Resident and
Mrs. McCook, II. B. M. Commissioner and
Consul General, Commander Simpson of U.S.
ship Mohongo, CoL Spaulding, Acting Consul
of the United States, -Hon. C. R. Bishop and
Mrs. Bishop, tbe Collector General of Cus
toms and Mrs. Alien.
Religious Intelligence. On 'Sunday
next, 26th Inst., at 10 o'clock a. m., there
will be celebrated at the Roman Catholic
Cathedral one of the most solemn and lm-
'posing ceremonies of the ritual of that
Church the ordination of deacons to the
priesthood when the Rev. Deacon Boniface
Scbaefer will be ordained priest by his Lord
ship Bishop Maigret. Rev. Scbaefer was or
dained deacon here about one month ago.
One of the most interesting features in the
ordination to the priesthood is tbat the canon
of the Mass, which is usually said in a low
voice, is now read aloud by the ordaining
Bishop, accompanied by Jhe newly ordained
priest. Rev. Boniface Schacfer wc hear Is
intended for the East Maui Mission.
Dredging the Harbor. Tbe Legislature
having voted the necessary funds, the dredge
boat was again put into commission and com
menced this week to excavate the harbor at
tbe toot of the old Cu6tom House wharf.
The mud is dumped into cars which are tow
ed across the harbor in scows, to the Espla
nade, where a gang of prisoners haul them
up on a railway laid across the Esplanade
and out into the shallow water between the
Court House and Foster's ship yard. During
the dull season which is now upon ns, the
working of the dredge gives a cheerful im
pression of something doing in tbe otherwise
quiet waters of our harbor, aside from the
reflection tbat an important public improve
ment Is going forward.
" What is bred is the Bone," etc. A
forcible Illustration of tbe Inborn Implicit
confidence imposed by some of Ibe Hawail
ans in tbe authority and mana of tbeir chiefs,
was seen the otber day in tbe Police Court.
An old woman had been stopping np a water
right, and justified the act by saying tbat
she bad been directed -to do so by "tbe
chief." The judge was at some pains to ex
plain to the old lady that she, having broken
tbe law in her own person, could not shift
the responsibility on any one else, and by
way of putting the Idea In a clearer manner,
asked her, If her chief should order her to
kill a man, and she should obey and do so,
who would be responsible for the killing?
"Why, the chief, of course," was the unhes
Scbsidt. The Government has drawn np
a form of contract, under the provisions of
the law, passed by the Assembly, and will
place It, by the steamer, in California for the
purpose of receiving bids from such steam
companies as may desire to avail themselves
of its help, in placing a second steamerupon
the route. As we understand tbe design of
the Assembly, this subsidy, though payable
in two years, was intended not only to secure
steamers for tbat length of time, but a per
manent line. The great obstacle to the estab
lishment of such a line, is the loss attendant
upon the beginning of the enterprise, for it
Is believed, that once fairly In operation, the
amount of freight to be transported will be
sufficient to make it a paying business.. It is
as much as this nation can afford to do to
subsidize the opening; years, and to place the
line on such a basis, that it can afterwards
make its way against competition. Could
the Assembly have felt sure that the 'subsidy
offered would secure a permanent line, we
believe that hardly a voice would have been
raised against its passage.
Supreme Court Jclt Term, 1808. Dur
ing the past week the following casts have
been disposed of:
Achew vs. Wong Knal Action on the case
for malicious prosecution, carnages to,wu.
Mr. Jones for plaintiff.
Messrs. Judd and 8tanlcy for defendant.
Charles Kanalna vs. Kalama Ejectment
Mr. Jones for plaintiff.
Mr. Mahelona for defendant.
In the several suits of T. C Heuck. J. M.
Smith, and B. F. Bolles & Co., vs. E. C. Mc
Candless, John Faty and Hugh Mclntyro,
Judgment was entered against McCandless by
deiault, ana against ine omcr vwo aeicnaanu
by consent of connsel.
Mr. Phillips for plaintiffs.
Mr. Stanlev for defendant Paty.
Messrs. Montgomery and Thompson for
Rex vs. George W. Kinney Embezzle
ment. Prisoner sentenced to Imprisonment
at hard labor for the term of one year.
In Concord, Msss May 2, to the wife of Dr. R. W.
Wood, a son.
At Koloa, Kauai, Saturday, July 11th, the wife of
Cnas. r. .lewnsnn, or a sou.
NEVILLE-In South Kona, Hawaii, July 12, of
lnnammauon or tbe bowels, Klcnara Aerliie, aged
4 years aud 4 months, son'of 31r. 1L V. Neville.
TFJCUES At the Queen's Hospital, July 14, of
aneurism of the aorta, C A. E. Triehen, aged 43
years. The deceased was a native of ilerlln, Prussia,
and had resided on these Islands since ls58.-
E. P. ADAMS. s. a. WILOEB.
ADA3IS &. WILDER,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
-27-ly) Honolulu, H. I. -
MR. SAJIUEL G. WILDER WILL,
bo associated with me in business from
this date, under tbe firm and name of Adams
E. P. ADAMS.
Honolulu, July 22, 1S6S. 27-4t
THE TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE
is upon tbe Lower Floor of tho Court
House. A box will be placed at the door for
tbe reception of Blanks..
8. N. CASTLE,
DURING MY TEMPORARY AD.
sence from the Kingdom, Messrs. F. A.
Schacfer and Em. Fenard, will attend to my
private affairs under power of attorney.
C. DE VARIGNY.
Honolulu, July 16, 1SGS. 27-31
Per Steamer Montana-! -
QASES AND RAXES of Grey nad
Blue Flannel Shirts,
Fancy Cotton Pants,
Drab Moleskin Pants,
White and Colored Coburgs,
Fine Black Baratheas,
An Assortment of White and
Men's Calf-Skin Boots,
&c, fcc, Sec.
FOB SALE AT REASONABLE PRICES BY
XIIEOD. C. HEUCK,
27-3t Cor. Fort fc Merchant Sts.
RECEIVED PEE STEAMER,
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies Hoop Skirts,
AND A VARIERT.OF
AT MRS. BLACK'S,
A CURE FORTHE BLIGHT!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAV
ing discovered a cure for this
Seourge on our Fruit Trees and
Plants, oners the same to parties
whose plants are affected with the Blight.
tor runner Particulars, enquire of
Neville's P. O.,
North Kona, Jnly 8th, 18SS. 26-1 m
REAL ESTATEJN HONOLULU!
BY ORDER OF THE
Assignees of the estate
of Samuel Savidge, will
be sold at Public Auc-1
tion, on SATURDAY, tbe 1st day of August,
186S, on the Premises, at 12 o'clock noon, the
premises on Fort Street, Honolulu, directly
inakai of the Fort Street Church, and at pres
ent occupied by Eamncl Savidge. There is a
fine dwelling honre on the premises, contain
ing six rooms, and a good cottage containing
two rooms, and the necessary outbnUdings,
the whole forming a very desirable residence.
The lot contains one-third of an acre ; Title
fee simple. For further particulars, apply to
C. S. BARTOW,
Not "by Boz, but by Fos.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO NOTIFY
his friends and the public generally, that
he has now on hand a good assortment of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Crockery, Tobacco and
Cigars, and the most heterogeneous collection
of articles ever gathered together in one store,
and which, from being purchased low will be
sold accordingly. Families will be supplied
cheap. Orders from tbe other Islands will be
carefully attended to and filled at prices cover
ing a bare commission.
A complete assortment of Garden Seeds,
both Vegetable and Flower, always on hand.
Sage, Mint, Thyme, Summer Savory, Parsley,
and Horseradish Roots constantly on band.
Booc-Keepixo on moderate terms, and
taught for a small remuneration.
Do not forget to give the Old Curiosity
Shop a call, as bargains rarely met with else
where are to be found. H. F0SBR00K,
The Old Curiosity Shop, Fort Street,
26-lm Opposite Gov't Offices.
GROCER, PROVISION DEALER,
TsEGS RESPECTFULLY to inform
Xj the Inhabitants of the Hawaiian Islands,
that he has opened the
Stone Store on Fort Street,
WITH A LARGE AND"
Varied Assortment of Groceries,
and hopes by strict personal attention to all
orders, and by conducting the bnsiness on
principles that will secure and serve tbe public,
to meet with a liberal portion of their support.
The lbllotrliisr comprise the lint
of Goods in Stock:
:Exxsldbslx TTnrn a, ,
Clear Family Pork, . M.
Fresh Lard in tins.
Roast Beef; In 2 lb tins.
Roast Mutton, in 2 lb tins,
HeefsteakJn"Z lb tins',
Turkey, in 2 lb tins,
- Chicken, in 2 lb tins,
Sanaa ge, in 2 lb tins.
Ox Tail Soup, do,
Veg. Soup, do,
Spiced Oysters, 2 lb tins,
uysiers, iu i w itus,
Handlen t Baker's Oysters, 1 lb tins,
Lewis' Salmon, 2 lb tins,
Columbia River do, 1 lb tins,
Assorted English Pie Fruits,
English Pickles, assorted,
Boston Piekles, 1 gal. jars,
Boston Pickles, hair-gal. jars,
Cala. Pickles, do.
Sardines, 1 tins,
Assorted, in 1 and 2 lb tins,
Fresh Apncots, 2 m tins,
Fresh Peaches, do.
Fresh Egg Plums, do,
Green Peas', do.
Green Corn, do,
Fresh Green Peas,
Crushed Sugar, half barrels,
No. 1 Brown Sugar, No. 2 brown sugar,
Golden Gate Flour, qr. sacks.
Fresh 'Wheat Meal, Fresh Corn Meal,
Fresh Wine Crackers,
Fresh Wafer Crackers in tins.
Fresh Pienio Crackers, in tins.
Fresh Water Crackers, In tins.
Fresh Jenny Ltnd Cakes.
NEW YORK WATER CRACKERS,
Fresh Split Peas, Fresh Tapioca,
Fresh Pearl Sago,
Fresh Arrowroot, Fresh Pearl Barley,
Fresh. Carraway Seed,
Fresh Canary Seed, Fresh Rape Seed,
IVo. 1 Hawaiian Rice,
Fresh Corn Starch,
Fresh Dried Apples,
Fresh Island Syrup,
Card Matches; Candles,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Bath .Bricks, English Starch,
Indigo Blue, Stine Blue,
Honey in 9 IA. tins,
Kerosene Oil, Downer's,
Vine Table Salt in glass jars,
Fine Table Salt in boxes,
Lea k Perrin's Sauce, pints & half pints,
East India Chutney,
East India Curry,
Tomato Catsup, Mrs. Morris' Catsup,
English Mustard in glass,
California Mustard in glass,
California Pepper in glass,
Fresh Ground Pepper,
White Wine Vinegar,
Assorted English Herbs,
Salad Oil, Preston's Chocolate,
Saleratus in glass,
Saleratns in 10 lb. jars,
Carb. Soda, in glass,-
Carb. Soda, in 10 lb jars,
Cream Tartar in glass, .
Preston & Merrill s Yeast Powder,
Fine Currants in 10 lb. --jars,
' Ground Ginger,
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER !
CALIFORNIA OATS, extra quality,
New Caia. Potatoes,
IVcvr California Onions,
Roasted on the latest improred principle.
H. M., baring paid especial attention to
this department, wonld suggest a trial of his
The choicest growth of China and Japan,
producing a combination of strength, fl stout
and richness, that so unmixed quality can
compare Vith. , 27-tt
Br C. S. BAltTOW.
WEDNE SD AYsJUIiY 22,
AT 10' O'CLOCK, A. M.,
WILL BE SOLS.
A Collection-of Books,
In French, English and German,
1 Silrer-monnted ReTolrer,
1 Gold Fob Chain,
I Superior Guitar,
I Mexican Saddle,
I Panama Hat,
1 Violin and Bow.
1 Liquor Case,
Sett of Chessmen, and Sett of Dominoes,
By.order of the Hamburg Consul,
A. XMt of Clothing.
Cases of McMurray's Oysters,
Preserred Peaches, Kegs of Butter,
Kegs of Brown Sugar,
Cases of Bread, and
Bags of Flour.
PER STEAMER MONTANA,
Drnms of Smyrna Figs, and
- ON CREDIT
Cases of Suprior Ale quarts
On Tuesday, July 28th,
Regular Room Sale.
A VARIETY OFMERCHAHDISE!
Stove that is a Stove!
A FEW. MORE LEFT, OF
those Celebrated Premium Stores,
"TROPIC," "PEERLESS," and
" ELDORADO," with or without ex
Please call and examine, at
Corner of Fort A Merchant Sts.
MTHE COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE
on Richards' Street, Honolulu, lately2J
occupied by R. Sterling, Esq. Apply to
25- A. F. JUDD.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED FORMED
X a 1'artnership on July 4th, 1S63, and will
carry on tho business of MERCHANT TAIL
ORS, nnder the name of FISCHER t ROTH,
at the old stand on Fort Street.
N. B. All business dating previous to July
4, will be settled by Mr. Fischer.
Honolulu, July 15, 186S 26-3t
PER "CHINA PACKET!"
TVTTr-1-ll .re OlSsSiXVS !
FOR SALE SBY
AIIAIVA sfc CO.,
Wrought Iron Nails,
For sale by '
F. A SCHAEFER A CO.
Oolong, Pouchong Tea,
Ju 5 and 33 1-3 pound boxes,
Canton Matting, 4 D7
Camphor Wood Trunks,
For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
LACK & BLUE BROADCLOTH,
Black & Colored Alpacas,
Linen A Cotton Listadors,
Cotton Pant Stuff,
White and Blue Sewing Cotton,
Bunting, assorted colors,
F. A. SCHAEFER 4 CO.
For sale by
BLTTE PILOT JACKETS,
gLUE SERGE DRAWERS,
e Cotton Pants,
Berlin Woolr a. s o rto.1 .
Fancy Silk Ribbons,
For salo by
F. A SCHAEFER & CO.
German & Havana Cigars,
Butcher Knifes, -Glass
For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER k CO.
SSORTEP SIZES, .
Ultramarine, in balls and powdered.
Ladies' Side Saddles,
i. kCf kCf kCf
For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER k CO.
SUPERIOR HOCK WINE,
gCFERlCK FRENCH CLARETS,
Superior Burgundy Wine,
Superior Cherry Cordial,
For sals by '
24-la r. A. SCHAEFER k CO.
Br ADAMS & WIIsDEK.
REGULAR SALE OF
At Salesroom, at 10 o'clock A. vt.
Ob Wedactday,, July 9i3t.
MANILA CORDAGE! '
JUST RECEIVED, aa Inrelee of
Manila Cordage, assorted skes.
For sale by
2-t CHAS. N. SPENCER k CO.
HAS OPENED HIS SHOP ON KING
Street, next door to Horn's Confection
ary Shop, and offers his scrrices in all branch
es of Plumbing. All Jobs wiH hereafter be
executed with promptness and in a thorough
WE ARE PREPARED TO FUR
ntsh Fire-Wood of the Best Quality
Ohia, Koa, and Neneleau at onr Landing,
near Hilo Bay, in quantities to suit.
HITCHCOCK k BROTHER,
For further particulars, enquire of
Castle a Cooxa, Agents). - IT-tf
ALL PERSONS arc hereby abut'
Bed not to trust my wife, Mary Fsm.
hua, on my account, sb baring left my bed'
and board without just cause or prorocation.
Waipa, Kauai, June 21, 18 S3. 26-3t
Only Three More Left.
Patent Asrrallb Style,
i. - TMn;.i rt;.-. tv-
I 'best toned Instruments erer Im
ported. These Instruments are acknowledged
by the greatest Artists, at the last Paris Ex-,
position, as the best Upright Pianos that ara
12-tt WM. FISCHER.
For Sale Cheap 1
A IEW BOILrER
OF 10-HO11SE POWER WITH,
complete fixings, warranted' new and
with all the latest Improvements, to be had at
a low figure at
21-tf En. HOFFSCHLAEGER k CO.
At once to canvass the most
OF THE SEASON.
Tho following works are now being eanrass
edln several counties of the coast 'and with
the best of success, and good men can do welt
on any ono of ' them In a territory which has
not been canvassed.
Ulackcnzlc'd 10,000 RccctptN.
The best book of the kind ever published..
SIX HUNDRED COPIES have been sold in
a single county in California, and the coun
ty not finished.
IJcyoml tlio mi8taslppi. Contain
ing over 200 Illustrations. In several in
stances the commissions of our canvassers
upon this work alone have amounted to over
$100 a week. ;
lluncro ft' Map of tho Pacific
States. Fifth edition ; revised to tbe pres
ent time. Decidedly the best map of tho
coast in existence.
WcIIb'm Every Ulan IIIm Own
Lawyer. As high aa sixteen orders in a sin
gle day have been taken for this work. Ii
U nseful to every one.
People's Hook of IIosrraphy.-
A new work, just ready, by the popular wri
ter James Parton. A great number of the
subjects are self-made men,44' who pared
their own way in this world," who were the .
" architects of their own fortunes." Read
ing like this inspires the young with conr-'
age and stimulates them to emulate such ex
amples. A very Targe sale ir expected.
ZVatnral Wealth of California.
Comprising Early History, Geography and
Scenery, Climate, Agriculture and Commer
cial Products, Manufactures, Mining, Rail
roads and Commerce, Population, Educa
tional Institutions, and a detailed descrto
tion'of each county, together with much ott
er valuable information. One large octavo
volume. The finest work ever gotten np on
the Pacifio Coast, published by U. II. BAN
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sLosit Cause. The only Southern His
tory of the war published. Very large tales
have been mado in the territory now already
worked. A new revised and enlarged edition
Is now ready.
The American Wheat CaltntrlsTt
Practical details for selecting' and -producing
new varieties and cultivating on dif
ferent kinds of soil. A new work just ready.
History of the Secret Service of
the United States. " Tho most exciting and
interesting book ever published"
In addition to tbe above list we bavo many
otber first-class works which offer good Indaee
ments to active men, and new works constant
Those desiring an agency on any of tfeese-
work, will pi w PP'y .S vavw for Coras to
agents, etc., etc. and name two or three dif
ferent counties that will be satisfactory, when
their first choieo will be given If possible.'
H. H. BANCROFT & CO.,
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San Francisco, Cat.
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Above 500 copies sold In San Franeiseo Sa ad
vance of publication.
THE NATURAL WEALTH
By XI tu Pcy CronIe, aMeI by
a corps of writers selected with Disposal re
ference to their knowledge of, and alitsty
to treat, the several department eoesyrfsad
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printed on fine paper frota new type ad
saosianiiaiiy nouna ia neavy aevesM t
anu elegant worK is a Lycsopecu t
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Mining, Jtfanufaetures, Wealth, Pw fasts, aia.
No intelligent Californlaa can aJM to to
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