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PAMILT DRUG- STORE.
J. M. SMITH & CO.,
rAVE'BECEIVED EEK LATE ARRTV-
als a New Assortment of Drugs and
Sands' Sarsaparilla, Townsend's do.,
Ayeis' lo., Bristol's do., Shakers' do..
Root do., Ayers Cherry Pectoral,
palsam for the iLungs , Balsam of Wild
lavtierry, uypopnospnites 01 i,ime a soda,
Compound Extract of Bucbr, Capsules,
.morn's extract, uoiimu t cpecinc.
Wills aod Ointments, of various kinds.
: i,Ininenls,'FIajters, Teetotal Fumlgators,
bponges, Hamburg Tea, Lily White,
Fumigating Pastils, Trasses,
J. R. Cook's Nipples, Nipple Shields,
Indelible Pencils, a Itw Invention
Hair Restorers and Dressings,
T aSjringcs, Leeches, etc., etc., etc.
" 'lr-iicr of all LInl,
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets. 11-tf
Piano-Forte Haker & Tuner,
.OFFERS his services
j v tj 1 T ; t-
. 1 'havinc the best of materials on
hand. Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders left
at Mr. Fischer's Furniture Rooms will meet
with immediate attention.
II. TREMPER will leave these Islands on
the 1st of October 38-3m
rSal'IANOS ASD OTHER
I 'Toned and Retiaired. bv CUAS.
DbHlli, at tbe Hawaiian Tncatre.
Lessons given on tile Piano & Guitar,
The best of references Riven. 51-ly4
Rb Rb R
OF DEATHS, that annually
occur, are caused by Prevent
able Diseases, and the greater
portion of those complaints
vyould, if Railway's Ready Re
lief or Pills, (as the ase may
require,) were administered
when pain or uneasiness or
Blight sickness is experienced,
be exterminated from the sys
tem' in a few hours. PAIN, no
matter from what cause, is
almost instantly cured by the
Ready Relief. In cases of Cho
lera, Diarrhoea, Cramps, Spasms
Bilious Cholic, in fact all Pains,
Aches and Infirmities either in
the Stomach, Bowels, Bladder,
Kidneys, or the Joints, Muscles,
Legs, Arms, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Fever and Ague, Head
ache, Toothache, &c, will in a
FEW MINUTES yield to- the
soothing influence of the Ready
Budilen Colds, Coughs, Influenza, Dip.
tbcria, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Chills, Fever
and Acne, .Mercurial Fains, Scarlet Fever,
ic, it, take from four to six of Radway's
Fills, and also take a toaspoonful of tha
Ready Relief in a glass of warm water, twect
ened with sugar or honey; bathe the throat,
head and chest with Ready Relief, (if Ague
or Intermittent Fever, bathe the spine also,)
lnthe morning you will he cured.
How the Eearly Belief Acts I
In a few minutes the patient will feel s
slight tingling irritation, and tbe skin be
comes reddened; if there is much distress in
the stomach, the Relief will assist nature in
removing the offending cause, a genera
warmth is felt throughout the entire body,
and its diffusive stimulating properties
rapidly courses through every vein and tissue
of the system, arousing the slothful and
partially paralyzed glands and organs to re
newed and healthy action, perspiration fol
lows, and the surface of the body feels in
creased heat. The sickness at stomach, colds,
chills, head-ache, oppressed breathing, the
soreness of the throat, and all pains, either
internally or externally, rapidly subside, and
the patient falls into a tranquil sleep, awakes
refreshed, invigorated, cured.
It will be found that in using the Relief
externally, either on the rpine or across the
kidneys, or over the stomach and bowels, that
for several diys after a pleasing warmth will
he felt, showing the length of time it con
tinues its influence over the diseased parts.
S Eg-Price or a. a. R. kelike, ou centa
t bottle. Sold by Druggists and Country
erchants, Grocers, &c
RADWAY & CO.,
87 Maiden Lane, Hew York.
This disease is not only cured by
Dr. Eadway's Relief and Pills, but pro
ventedt ll' exposed to it, put one tea
spoonful of Belief in a tumbler of
water. Drink this before (joing out in
the morning, and several tunes during
tho day. Take one of itad way's Pills
one hour before dinner, and one on
going to bod.
If seized with Fever, take 4 to 6 oi
the Pills overy six hours, until copious
discharges from the bowels take place ;
also drink tho Belief diluted 'with
water, and bathe the entire surface oi
the body with Belief. Soon a power
ful perspiration will take place, and
you will feel a pleasant heat through
out the system. Keep on taking Belie!
repeatedly, every four hours, also the
- Pills. A cure will be sure to follow.
The relief is strengthening, stimulating,
soothing, and quieting; it is sure tc
break up the Fever and to neutralize
tho poison. Let this treatment bo fol
lowed, and thousands will be saved.
The same treatment in Fever and Ague,
fellow Fever, Ship Fever, Biliotu
Fever, will ofiect a cure in 24 hours,
"When the patient feels the Belief irrita
ting or heating the skin, a cure is posi
tive. In all cases where pain is felt
tho Belief should be used.
Belief 50 cts.; Pills 25,cts. Sold
BeeDr .-Sadw ay'fl Almanac fox 1868
ZPoxr Sale toy
Crake. 4Brlgliam, San Francisco,
R. H." McDonald & Co, San Francisco,
Justin Gates & Bro, Sacramento,
And ;by ail Druggists and Country
U Xerchants. ly
PER HAWAIIAN BARK
JEL. C. W iTFi,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
Wines, Liquors and Beers,
COGNAC, Pints and Quarts,
COGNAC, Superior Quality,
HOLLAND GIN, in Green Cases.
21 argil ax da Tertre.
S IB! ISDE. des. s-,
DEETJEN'S PALE ALE. pints qts,
DEET JEN'S PORTER, in qts,
MULDER'S LAGER BEER, qts
Alcohol, 96 per cent. Full Proof.
SCIIAEFER A CO.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
0Cox for Srtlo
To Arrive Here the Comiifg Fall,
W1X1IELJ1 1, from Bremen,
A. J. POPE, from Weir Ucdford
"JNGLISH FRENCH FANCY PRINTS,
Brown, White, Blue 1 Turkey Red Cottons
Brown and Bine Cotton Drills,
Hickory Stripes, Tickings,
Blue Denims, Blankets.
Listings, Ginghams, Sheetings,
Linen, Imperials, Burlaps,
Floor Oil Cloths, Handkerchiefs,
Towels, Ponchos, Woolen Braids,
English Linen Thread A Sewing Cotton,
Ticture Cords, Clothing, Shirts, Hosiery,
Ladies' and Gents' Hats and Caps,
Silk & Merino Dress Goods,
Table Coven and Counterpanes,
Cotton and Silk Umbrellas,
Combs and Hair Brushes.
Bright Fencing tTire, Nos. 5 i 6, Sheet Zinc,
Sailors' Pocket t Sheath Knives,
Knives and Forks,
Shot, Nos. 2, 3, 4, 6, 8,
Yellow Metal Sheathing,
Wines, Beers, & Spirits,
X'ire and Pipe Clay.
Cordage and Sail Twine,
Invoices of Provisions and Groceries,
Invoices of Wooden ware,
Invoices of Hardware.
Cotton Canvas and Sail Twine,
ALL OF WHICH
In OfTcrcd for Sale, Before oi
AT LOWEST MARKET PBICF.S, AND OH
29 FAVOEABLE TEEMS. 3m
F. A. SGHAEFER & 00,
Per Haw'n Bark E. C. Wylie,
An Assortment of
FRENCH DRESS COODS
and Fancy Articles,
Dundee Hemp Canvas
AND SAIL TWLXE,
Letter and Wrapping Paper,
Burlaps, Blacked Calfskins,
Paints and Paint Oil,
Beers, Wines, Spirits, Alcohol.
For Sale at Reasonable Prices and on
31 FaTOrable Terms. 2m
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
F MOLLEK'S, DEETJEN'S. and
J BREMJIERMAN'S (German) ALES, of
iai importations, and warranted sound aod
good. Is offered bj the undersigned at In
voice Prices for tho Single Package.
3ta GODFREY RHODES.
RUIlVAItT,perc & fils Champagne,
Carte Blanche, in pint and quarts.
For Sale by
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Agents Tor Messrs.
3S-3m Rulnart, pero k Els Itheimi.
Twenty Yearn In Chicago.
In 1848 there wa3 no railway leading to
or from Chicago. The whole State bad
bat fifty-five miles of railroad, extending
from Meredosia on tbe Illinois River,
to Springfield. The Illinois and Michigan
Canal bad just been opened anu gave me
first real and great impetus to the trade
I and prosperity of tbe city. Five days was
then quick time, in the summer, between
Xew York and Chicago. The route was
by steamer to Albany, thence by ran to
Buffalo, thence by steamer to Detroit,
thence by the Michigan Central Itailway
to Kalamazoo, thence by staire to St. Jo
seph, and thence by steamer to Chicago,
A snggef tion that within twenty years
one would go to .Xew York in a palace
sleeping-car, without change, in thirty-six
hours, would have been regarded as a pure
sign of insanity. Sixteen miles of the
Galena Railway were opened to Cottage
Hill in 1849, and tbe opening of the road
to blgin on tue .-d of January, IbiO. was
I a grand affair. The Michigan Southern
was tbe hrst road to reach tbe city Irom
the Last m February. J Ba2, and tbe .Micui
I gan Central was opened some three or four
Our citizens can now clearly understand
the business and social relations of Chica
go between 1848 and 1852. From March
until nearly tbe first of May, the mud vir-
tually shot the city off from the country
li t j . l . . f
and placed an effectual embargo on busi
ness, sometimes we did not have a mail
from the East in a week or ten days be
tween the time wben tbe Jbastern stages
were forced to stop and the boats coin-
I menced their trips across tbe lake to St.
Joseph or New Buffalo. The arrival of
tbe hrst steamer was an occasion oi great I borne of poor tranz made as close, com
rejoicing. and well it might be, for it again I pact and comfortable as any poor corpse
bromrbt us into communication with tbe
outside world, toward the rising sun.
Frink & Walker's stages, starting from
an old bhanty where the Merchant's Loan
and Trust Company now is, kept up com-
mnnication with the West when the mud
did not effectually stop them a thing
which they seldom permitted, for tbe mails
must be kept constant!? moving, wben
that was within the reach of human ener-
gy. Uf course we had no telegraph. Lake
and perhaps a few other streets, were sup
plied with water pumped into a small res
ervoir at tne loot ot Lake street, by an
engine which to that duty added the more
oneious tusk of runniD'r Mayor Wood
worth's flour mill. The water was distrib
uted tiy logs, through which a three or fuur
inch hole bad been bored. A largo major
ity or tbe citizens were supplied with wa
ter purchasnd from water-carts which at
i eiular intervals perambulated tbe streets.
Let those who wonder at our tunnel two
miles under the lake und our splendid wa
ter-works remember that all this has been
accomplished within the last fifteen years.
e bad no sewerage system ; a dram was
soinctimes dug from tbe house or sink to
a hogshead, with the lower end knocked
out. set in the ground under the sidewalk
or in the garden, and the refuse water was
expected to sipe away through the sand at
the bottom of it. 'There was not a paved
street in tbe city. Even after 1850 we
have seen an empty dray stuck in the mud
in every block along Iiike street, and left
there because the driver was glad to get
nis uorse borne saiely without it. .as mer
chants' clerks had nothing to do, they
would nail a couple of boards crosswise,
put on an old coat stuued with straw, and
a bat upon the top, und set it in the street.
exercising their wit with sundry inscrip
tions, Eucn as: mo last man went down
here,'" "On his wav to China," "Xo bot
tom here," etc. The sidewalks, where
there'were any, were all of wood.and there
were only two stone houses in tho city,
Tbey were dwellings built of blue lime- I
stone, and stood on the cast side of Michi-
can avenue, between Lake and south Wa-
ter streets. Tho city was Essentially a
wooden affair. I here are more brick build-
inrs now in a score of blocks we can name
than there were in tbe whole city in 1848.
within eighteen years railways have
been opened from Chicago to all cities on
the Atlantic seaboard, between Portland
I and Xew Orleans. Tho Mississippi is
reached at' all important points, the Mis
souri is passed and tbe great 1'acihc line
has crossed the Black Hills, and is nearly
umsueu eleven uuuureu miles west oi tne
ciiy. In 1818. Chicago had in round num
bers 18.000 inhabitants; it now Las at least
2a0,000. This shows that it has doubled
I geometrically in a little more than five
years. The same ratio would give us
2,000,000 in twenty years more; but grant-
ing mat only hair tbe ratio can be kept up,
Chicago will have a million of people in
1888- Bat we indulge in no predictions,
Let each one make up his mind for him-
self. Certain it 13, that Chicairo has now
more elements that foreshadow a rapid
progress and a brilliant future than ever
she had before. Chicago Tribnne.
The Arctic Regions. Hcarins of a lec-
ture that wa3 to be delivered on Alaska
and tho Northern regions, we despatched
our reporter in order to give the public the
benefit of the lecturer's wisdom. We re
gret that we have only room for a brief
1 he lecturer commenced by remarking
that although tho regions near tbe pole
were hard for travelers yet it 13 an ice lo
The north pole has never been seen : it
is not certain whether the bears climb it.
T hose who co there are protected from
tne cold, aitbougb tbey go in bear skins.
lr. iinyes, a innKee, went mere in
search of a notion.
You can see a haze when the northern
liplits are visible.
1 here is no corn raised in the northern
regions yet when the Esquimaux Iiavo
breakfast, it is an Indian meal.
The principal amusement is old sledire
tuougn tuey sometimes baTe a new one.
The annexation of Alaska to the United
States will not probably increase the pole
When ,tbe prodijral son went into a fur
country he probably stopped in Alaska.
The people there don't care for the re
turn oj spring, n hen tbe rivers begin to
run, they say its snow matter.
1 he territory 13 well defended acainst
cavairy. mere. is a shiver de freeze all
It is a rood place for orators : even the
Horses are not very numerous, though
there are some fine bays on the coast.
Education is very General. The whales
go in schools.
Hie hunters do not always istop to .read
their letters when" they open the seals.
At thfs poiut the point referred to is
tbe punctuation point at the end of the
preceding paragraph--our reporter took
his leave ; to sneak mora exactly, he took
several of his leaves, containing1 bis notes
of the lecture. Exchanqe.
Adelaide Pnnxirs, the prima donna.
has gone to Europe to place her sister
.Matilda, who has a une mezzo-soprano
voice, under tne oest masters.
The first money Cornelius "Vanderbilt
ever invested in stock was given to him j
uy uis wiie.
A. Man Burled A live.
VTe have often heard of persons buried
were received with considerable doubt, and
looked upon as more marvelous than the
incarceration of Jonah in the belly of the
whale. Yet this thing of burying alive
actually occurred recently near Newark,
The person thus laid so prematurely un
der the sod was n German, named Franz
Wester. The sad affair created a great
sensation anion? tue teutonic population
of Newark and the surrounding neighbor
hood. Men, women and children nocked
in hundreds to the scene, and a detail of
police was sent to tbe grounds to keen or
der and prevent any disturbance over the
grave of tbe man buried alive. 1 bo crowd
hurriedly and loudly gave expression to
their fecliugs in broken English and pure
German, and in a jostling, crushing, op
I roarous crowd sought a glance of tbe grave
whicb held iU living, breathing occupant.
Those that compassed his premature in-
terrment had the plot so admirable ar
ranged that the coffining and burial did not
occupy more tban twenty minutes. The
grave was dug deep in the rear of Boen's
Brewery, within scent of good lager beer,
and tbe last nan was ready to be driven
into that little piece of furniture which
was about to receive the poor exile from
I ri.;-i-..j ,1 .1.. , . .l
luuueiuuu. uuing iuiu iub iruruen ui lue
rear of the brewery, at about twenty min
utes to three o clock, be wa3 seized by six
men who lay there in wait for him, thrust
into an open coffin, which was immediately
lowered to the bottom of tbe grave and
the earth hurriedly thrown in, and the last
could expect be it irom iimneiand or
Ireland, or our own Westerland. This act
I was done in the. full blaze of day and in
presence of the red-hot sun, who was no
respector of persons on that occasion,
either in or out of the flesh.
The reality of the affair is this, Frani
ester, of .N ewarfc, has invented a form
of .coffin from which a person, buried
during suspended animation, might effect
his escape in the event of a revival, even
after the coffin hud been placed in tbe
ground, tue couin is constructed in the
ordinary way, having a square box or
shaft inserted in one end in a perpendicu
lar position. 1 his shalt rises above the
level of the grave about two and a half
feet, and is covered with a square batch.
surmounted by a cross. It has three ang
er boles in each side to admit air for breath
ing purposes, and a pane of glas3 is insert
ed in the top, through which the occupant
of the coffin can be seen.
At three o'clock the work of interment
commenced. Wester was placed in the
coffin, which was duly lowered into a 'deep
grave and the earth filled over it. By Iook-
Hug through the glaS3 his head and shoul
tiers could be seen. lie seemed rather
warmer thin on ordinary corpse. He took
care to bring down with bin to the grave
something to moisten the clay, to refresh
the inner man, and make his' short abode
in the tomb as comfortable as even a tem
porary resident in that long home possibly
After remaining an hour and a half in
the dread abode" after hundreds gazed
down upon the living corpse a tinkle of
a bell was heard, the crowd was pushed
back, policemen's' batons made ample room,
anu space enough wa3 cleared lor old
Rbineland to cmeree from his crave. Ue
came out a conqueror or dcCer of death
Tor tbe time being, shuttled oil tbe batch
wav which sustained tbe cross mid th
I wreath of evergreens which wpro placpd
upon it and made it look like a real crave.
When the self-disinterred came once again
to the surface, he was creetcd with tho
wildest enthusiasm. A sons was channt-
ed in the tones ot fatherland, in which
hundreds joined in the chorus. Impulsiv
('friends hugged and kissed the inventor of
this patent coffin, as no man was everting-
ged and Kissed since mo days ot yueen
Dido, when sho nearly squeezed Pius
iEneas to death. Wine and laser flowed
in such profusion after the disinterment
that the gardens of the brewery would
have been fairly delngcd if there bad not
been a supply of vessels thirsty and open
iu rreeno iu
l lie patent couin is certainly an im
provementin the undertaking business, be
cause, in cases of suspended animation, if
persons recovered they could be rescued.
By keeping a continual watch for some
time, any movement of tbe body could be
seen turougn tue glass, or n a string were
attached to a bell, any motion would give
a Eiirnal, when a person could descend and
rescue the occupant ot the grave. If. Y.
Atmospheric Piienoiiiwa in CiLiroR
jiiA. Tbe weather has lately "struck a new
streak," and that irrepressible sinner, "the
oldest inhabitant," nvowshim3elf complete
ly nonplussed, never having seen anything
like it bptore. l be air is warm and still,
only the faintest possible breez from tbe
northwest being perceptible' at long inter
vals, and the light of the sun is complete
ly obscured by some substance in the at-
1 1 fl- .-L ,
of 6mok(Ji dry fojr amj Scotch snuff. The
mospnere which appears to oe a componna
sun was only visible for a short time
yesterday through the dense vapor, and
then it resembled more tbe polished cop
per lid of a stew-pan than the jolly Old
Kol of the yellow face we were wont to
look at. it was indeed n dark day for ban
Francisco." The vapor in the air, whatever
it may be, smells and effects tbe eyes and
nostrils like coal tar smoke. E very bo. .y
had the" headache, yet nobody was out late
tbe night before, so Tar as wo are able to
learn. Where tbe tawny-hued vapor comes
from we are unable to tell. All eorU of
conjectures arc hazarded by the public.
Une man siisnreets volcanic eruptions iu
the Hawaiian Islands: another' a fire oil tbe
hills back of Sancelito; another thinks it
comes from Oregon, where the woods at
lost accaunts were all on lire, 1 be chick
ens evidently thought it a wonderfully long
morning, for they kept on crowing all the
alternoon, apparently under the impression
that day had hard work breakingand want
ed help. e don 1 Know what to make
of it, and would like to hear from outsid
ers on the subject.
It was reported that the woods on
White's Ranch, Marin County, and on the
seaward slope of Mount Tamalpais were
all in a blaze, and this report was better
authenticated tban most of the others; bat
it is difficult to believe that so much smoke
could come from that source. Our telc-
graphic despatches from, all parts of the
State speak of the smoke, aud it evidently
covered a district some hundreds of miles
in length. Towards evening, public opin
ion was tolerably evenly divided between
tho Oregon woods' fire and tho Manna
Loa eruption theories. When evenimr
came and double darkness settled down
on the city, the smoke appeared to in
crease in volume, pervadiog the entire at
mosphere, out-doors and in-doora alike.
The latest despatches received last even
ing leaveiittle doubt that the smoke came
from the burning woods, and from at least
as far away as Oregon. Alia, Sept 17.
Harriet BeecberSlowe is writinganovel.
TKE0D. C. HEUCK
Offers for Skle
New and Desirable Goods
EUROPE & THE UNITED STATES,
R..0. Wylie from Hamburg,
Wilhelm I. from Bremen,
Ceylon from Boston,
Steamers Idaho and Montana,
By Ererj- Packet from San Francisco
as roLLows :
Shipment per R, C, Wylie,
JUST RECEIVED, CONSISTING OF
Dry Goods, Sec.
"DALES FANCY PRINTS OF SUPERIOR
XJ quality and new stjles,
White Cottons, Bine Cottons, Brown Drills,
Bine Drills, Heavy Bine Denims a snp'r art.,
Assorted Colored Bnntinjr, Large sized Cotton
and Woolen Blankets of assorted eolors.
Fine Black Baratheas, Black and Colored De
laines, Cashmeres, Ac, Blsck, White and Bine
Coburcs and Alpacas, Superior White and
Drab Jlo!e!ttn, Wbite and Bine Flannels,
Black Silkjn pieces, Bareze for vails, etc.
Black Crape, Fine Black and Blue Broadcloth,
Checked Dowlas, Pantaloon Stuff, Victoria
Lawns, Mosquito N ettiurs. Burlaps and Hes
sians, jrancy jiennos ana uasnmeres.
A Complete and well selected Assortment of
Lotton, Linen, Doeskin, Cashmere and Fine
Cloth Coats, also. Pantaloons of various styles
and qualities. Fine White ilinila and Black
catin Vests, etc. etc
In great variety and styles, vis : White Mada-
poiam ana facer uosom bbirts. White and
Printed Cotton and Hickory Shirts, Fine
ithite Linen Bosom and all Linen Shirts.
Plain, Colored, Striped and Fancv Colored
Flannel Shirts, assorted, Heavy Grey aud
liiue xiannei ouirts, open front bbirts.
A Choice Assortment of Men's Cotton, half
vt ool, JUcrino and Silk Undershirts and Draw
ers all large sizes. A complete inroico of
.uen s eocKs in lotion and Wool white, col
ored and fancy. Ladies' Fine White and
lilacs blockings, superior quality.
Of Different Qualities and Stj-le.
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
Of the very best of German and French man
ufacture, in Calfskin, Cloth, Cashmere, Patent
learner; etc, etc, etc.
Men's Superior English, German and French
Saddles largo. Ladies' Saddles, Bridles of
various styles, Bitts, Spurs, Saddle Cloths, Ac
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Groceries & Provisions,
Crashed Sugar in half barrels, Superior West
phalia Hams, Bologna Sausages, Sardines in
half and quarter boxes. Anchovies and Sar-
uelles iu stone jars, Vinegar in 3 and 5 gallon
demijohns, assorted Fruits iu Syrups, Fruits
in Sugar, Vanilla Chocolate.
Spirits, Wines & Beer,
Casks very Superior Pale Brandy, Fine old
Sherry in wood, Superior Port Wine, Spark
ling Hock. Champagne, Clarets, tha Celebra-
tea uin 01 Heyenbendo and Sons, Schiedam,
Ale and Porter in quarts and pints, of th well
known Brewery of Dcctjcn i, Schroeder, Ham-
uurg, mo iamous xieDirauenmilcn llock.
From the cheapest to the best Havana
Sailors' Sheath Knives and Jack Knives.
Also A Choice Assortment of Fanev Cut
lery ot umercm sizes anu patterns, needles,
No. 1 to 10, Violin Strings, Playing Cards,
lewsnarps, assorted featber Dusters, Uents'
and Ladles' Superior Kid Gloves.
UMBRELLAS Cotton. AInacca and
oiiks oi various colors ana patterns. .Macas
sar Oil, Children's Toys, Dolls, Water Colors,
Beads, Suspenders of various qualities and
patterns, vt rapping raper.
PAINTS AND OILS Superior White
Lead, Zino White, Boiled Linseed Oil.
CASKS ZINC, in Sheets of 36 by 72 aod
37 by 84 inches.
ROLLS SHEET LEAD, of 2. 24. 3.
3, 5, 5 and 6 pounds per square foot.
ROUND BAR IRON, from i to U
WINDOW GLASS, in boies of 50 feet
each, from 18 by 21 to 30 by 40 inches.
llcsldes Other Merchandise,
Downer's best Keroicno Oil. in 5 gallon tins,
Fresh California Lime, Best Portland Cement,
Rosendale Cement, Marble Dust and Plaster
of Paris, Roofing Felt, Superior Kona Coffee.
Also, First Shipment of the woll known.
.MESS I1EEF, packed by C. Bcrtle-
inann, on Kauai,
Just Received and Beady for Inspection.
Expected Daily to Arrive per
Ceylon from Boston,
Bales best Amoskeag Denims, White and Blue
Sewing Cotton, Cases Fine Merrimac Prints
Assorted Patterns, Superior Wbite and Brown
Cottons and Drills for familv use. Lamnwiek.
American Saddles large sise. Hunt's Superior
nanaien Axes essoriea sizes, .native t-pades,
best make (Oo's), Card Matches, Guttapercha
Hose and Conplinir. 2 inch. etc. Saltcetre.
Mason's best Blacking, Barrels Turk's Island
Salt, etc, etc, etc.
Also, Soon to Follow per
va 11 In oILm x..
A SHIPMENT OF VERY DESIRABLE
German, English & French Goods,
To be Specified Without Delay.
Tlie Steamer jinrt IncliclM
From San Francisco, oy every trip, will bring
Invoices or new and Desirable
Consisting of all the various branches of nian-
nraclures and provisions or California,
the Eastern States, England, and
tbe Continent of Europe,
Which Shipments will be Classified on arriraL
AQ of the above is offered, for Sale at Season
able rates by
THEOD, C. HEUCK,
Cor. Fort t Merchant Streets.
B.S.VIUU, B.T. IIAXCSAZIS C.1.X0U
WILLIAMS, BLAJiCHAED & CO,
SHIPPING ft C0JDOS6I0N MERCHANTS,
No. 305 Front StreM,
31 SAW FRANCISCO. to
LANG-LEY. CROWELL & CO
Cor. Itattcry lintl Clay Streets
32J SAX FRANCISCO, CAL. to
a. w. ssTiaucx. c r. class.
SEVERANCE, CLARK & CO,
405 Front Street, corner of Clay,
San FraHciHco, Cala.
We will attend to tbe sale of Sojrar, and all
kinds of Island Produce, also to the purchas
ing and forwarding or Merchandise.
Cash Advances made on Conslsrn
S3 merits. . dm
E. M. VAN REED,
Having the best facilities through an intimate
connection witn tne Japanese iraae lor tne
past eight years, is prepared to transact any
business entrusted to Ms care, witn oupatcn
. c. xixutx,
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
HAVIXJ been engraved In oar
present business for upwards of seven
yeas, and being located in a iire-proor liriek
Building, we are prepared to receive and dis
pose of Island Staples, inch as Sugar, Rice,
Syrups, Pulu, Coffee, etc., to advantage,
Consignments especially solicited for tbe Ore.
gon Market, to which personal attention will
be paid, and upon which casb advances will
be made when required.
Cbas. W. Brooks & Co., - - San Francisco,
Aldrich, Merrill i Co.,.- -Fred.
Badger 4 Ltndenberger, -
Jas. Patrick A Co., - - -
W. T. Coleman A Co., - -Stevens.
Baker A Co.. - - -
Allen A Lewis, ...... Portland,
Ladd & Tuton, - - - -Leonard
A Green, - - -
S. Savidge, - - - - -
AT THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
On Fort Street,
"1TAT BE SEEN THE VIEWS TAKEN
XUL of tho
Late Lava Flow at Kahuku
And the Effects of tho Late
Eartliqunkc at IVIoIiIhh, ItTmi.
Also VIEWS OF KILADEA and other
places. Cards of the Kings, Queens, Chiefs,
etc., all for sale at Low Prices. Also, Oral
Jrames or all sixes, and a Tew fcquaro Frames.
wnicn win oe sola cheap.
38-3m H. L. CHASE.
KONA COFFEE !
Constantly on Hand and for Bale in Qnanti-
ties to Salt.
nnjIE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS
JL tbe public that ho Is prepared to furnish
Choice and Well Dried ICona Coffee,
Having the agency of the following parties in
Messrs. Neville A Habbett, Keopuka.
H.N. OnKENWKLL, North Kona.
D. MoKTGOaEnv, Kailua.
3S-3m A. S. CLEQHORN.
Solo and Saddle Leather, and
X.-i lined Goat-Skim,
A Regular Supply, from tho Celc
and for sale at the lowest market rates by
A. B. ULEUllUKN,
WE ARE PREPARED TO FUIt
nish Fire-Wood of tbe Best Quality
Ohia, Koa, and Neueleau at our Landing,
near Uilo Bay. in quantities to suit.
HITCHCOCK A CASTLE,
For further particulars, enquire of
UA9TLE A uooke, Agents. 3S-Zm
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT.
CO.-VTirVIJES tho buHincM oh
bis old plan of settlinz nith'oGcers and
seamen immediately on tbeir shipping at his
office. Having no connection, either direct or
fntlirri'.t. with inv nntflttlnw jk.l.Klt.f.m .
and allowing no debts to be collected at his
office he hopes to give as good satisfaction In
toe mture as fie has in the plat.
feL-OEco on Jas. Robinson A Co.'s Wharf.
near tne u. o. consulate.
Honolulu, March 27, 1867. 38-3m
For Sale Cheap I
A NEW BOIIiER
rr 10-HORSE POWER WITH
J complete fixings, warranted new and
with all the latest Improvements, to be had at
a low ngure at
83-3m En. HOFFSCHLAEQ ER t CO.
i GREAT VARIETY OF NEW
. and Second-band Entrar and other 1, -
cninery lor sale. Apply to
z-3m W. L. GREEN,
CHARTERS Negotiated and Veg
sels bought and sold. Apply to
W. L. GREEN,
SEVERAL VALUABLE Properties
For Sale and Lease. Apply to
2S-3m W. L. GREEN.
"QILL8 OF EXCHANGE Bought
JlJ ana coia. .Apply to
ORDERS RECEIVED TOR THE
HONOLULU IRON WORKS fn . .nri
Estimates for Machinery given. Apply to
28-Sm W. L. GREEN.
48 H-95 tons register, copper and copper-fastened,
now running between this Port and Jillo,
having just bees put in a thorough .state of
repair and furnished with a complete sett of
New Sails, Gear, Ground Taekle, ete., is now
offered for sale. For. particulars, apply to
y L. L. TOKBERT,
38-3a J. H. Coney, HHo.
Administrator's Ho tic.
ALL PERSONS MAYINtJ CMm
gainst the Estate of PETES NAILI,
of Honolulu, deceased, ars hereby sotiied to
present the same for liquidation to the under
signed, and a9 those indebted to the said Es
tate are requested to make prompt payment
One of the Administrator.
Honolulu; Oct. 3d, 1S6&, 3Mt
Circuit CourtIn Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Thomas IT.
Marshall, of Malumalu, Island of Kauai,
PROPER application feavtag exes
made to tbe undersigned by John Stup
plebeen, that an Administrator be appointed
upon tbe Estate of Thomas H. Marshall, of
ilalomala, Kauai, late deceased. Notice is
hereby given to all persons whom it may con
cern, that Saturday, October II th next, at 10
o'clock A. SI., is a day and hour appointed for
the hearing of the application aforesaid, and
all objections that may be offered thereto, at
the Court House, at NawiliwULKaua
Wahiawa, Sept. 19, 1863 37-tt
Supreme Court of the
waiiam M. WUber, vs. Phoebe T. WTlber.
WHEREAS, tho CoraplaiaaBt la
the above entitled, cause has Sled a pe
tition unto the Hon James W. Austin, Justice
of the Supreme Court, praying for a decree of
divorce from his wife, tbo defendant aforesaid;
on the ground or wiurui desertion without
cause, of tbe said defendant, for three succes
sive years. Now this Is to notify the said
Phoebe T. WUber to appear before the Host
James W. Austin at his chambers in the Court
Honse, Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, the 10th
day of JANUARY. 18, at 10 o'clock. A', it.,
at which time will be heard the petition afore
said. WM. HUMPHREYS,
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolulu, Sept. 9, 1868. 35-4m
Court of the Ha-
Ane (w) vs. Levi Mono, (k).
WHEREAS, the CoraplaiaaBt is
the above entitled cause has filed a pe
tition unto the Hon. Ellsha H. Allen. Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court, praying for a
decree of divorce from her hnsband, the de
fendant aforesaid, on the ground of the ab
sence from this Kingdom for three yean and
not heard from, of tbo said defendant.
Now, this is to notify the said Levi Morse to
appear before the Hon. Elisha H.Allen at his
Chambers in the Court House, Honolnlu, on
Tuesday, the 27th day of October, 1S63, at 10
o'clock A. v., at which time will he heard,' the
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court,
Honolulu, June 23, 1868. 21-im
In the Supreme Court
Of the Hawaiian. Islands (kin, s.g,
Catherine McOuire, Complainant, vs. Alexan
der McGuire, Defendant-
Action brought before tbe Honorable Ellsha
11. Allen, Cbier Justice of tbe Supreme
Court, at Chambers, upon petition this day
fired in the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
SIMMONS to Alciaader .McGnirc,
Defendant, creetine: You are hereby
summoned by order of tbe Hon. E. II. Allen,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, to be and
appear before tbe said Chief Justice at' hit
Chambers in the City of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, on WEDNESDAY, the 16th dav of
DECEMBER, A. D. 1868, to show cause why
Catherine McOnlre, Complainant,- should net
recover a judgment and decree of this- Hon
orable Court divorcing her the said Complain
ant from the bonds of matrimonv now exist
ing between her and tbe said Defendant, on
the grounds of willful desertion and adultery,
all which Is fulty set forth in the petition
filed to this cause. And you are hereby noti
fied that if yon fail to appear and file an an
swer to the said petition as above required,
the said Complainant will apply to this Court
for the relief therein demanded.
Witness the Hon. E. H. Allen, Chief Justice
l. s. of the Supreme Court at Honolulu, this
etn nay or June, I9CS.
20-tm L. McCULLY, Clerk.
In the Supreme Court
Of the Hawaiian Islands Oalan, 3.1.
Mary Anne Baslmis, Complainant, vs. Jose
Action brought before the Honorable Elisha H.
Allen, Chief Justice of tbe Supreme Court
at Chambers, upon petition this day filed in
the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Titinili.
SUMMONS to Jose Ilasiraid, He
fendant, greeting : You are berebr sum
moned by order of the Hon. Elisha H. Allen,
iniei justice or the supreme Court, to be and
appear before the said Chief Justice at his
Chambers, In tbe City of Honolulu, Island-of
Oahu, on MONDAY, tbe 4th day of JANUA
RY next, to show canse why Mary Anne Basi
mls, Complainant, should not recover a lodg
ment and decree of this Honorable Court, di
vorcing her, tbe said Complainant, frorc the
bonds of matrimonv now existing between
her and the said Defendant on the grounds of
willful desertion, without canse, for seven suc
cessive years past, and which Is fully set forth
In tbe petition filed In this cause. And von
are hereby notified that if you fail to appear
uuu ujo iu Buawer 10 iub saiu petition as above
required, tbe said Complainant will apply to
this Court for the relief therein demanded.
Witness the Hon. E. U. Allen. Chief Justice
ui. of the Supreme Court at Honoluluthis
31st day of August, 1863.
R. H. Stanley, EscJ., Attorney for Complain
ant. WM. HUMPHREYS,
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolulu, Aug. 31, 1868. 33-lm
Licenses Expiring in Oct.,, 1861.
"DETAIL. Honolulu, 1st JThnrpp,
Xj 2d A Kennedy, 10th K O nail and Son,
18th J Perry, 13th Akana, 234 Kaulunahele,
1st I Reinbardt, ith O Silra, 16th AeW. 1th
Mossman A Son. 23d J A Golditone. Mil Hart.
lett, 10th E litflmann, .10th J T Waterbouie,
26th Joaquin, 18th A S Clegborn. Kauai M.
Tin Cbin and Co, Jlanapepe, I? lb Koiwana,
HanaleL Maul (th Netdham and Norton,
21th Alona, 23d Aman, Wailuku. Hawaii
Kobala, 18th Ahana and Ana. Ht!o. 12ik Ah.
fong and jichnek, IStb Alio.
Wholesalc.---Honola!a, lit Bolles A Co,
10th E O Hall and Son, 23d Afong A chuck.
ltetail SDlrits.---23d J BotJi.loih trn
Huibes, for lloyal Hotel.
ivnoiesale Spirits IMh M.lchers a Co
VlctHalliBZ.-.lSth Honinr. S(W J Ah.
wat, 22d Ahehung, 2nd Ah una, 11th L Eeba.
Batcher. 7th Wood A Co, 19th O Rise
ly, 21th E Jones, Lahalna.
Plantation.. Hawaii, 24 Wing Fat s4
Co. 21th Ons mea Plantation.
Hone. 1st Kaaioinahia. No li. 7x4 X
Colburn, No II, 21th Panihale, No 1J, 26th B
Meek, 71) No IE. 29th Kanhtibewa. X1T.
29th Afatt, No 18, 30th KahaeTNo 15, 31st
Hoopakele, No 20. - -
Boat, 8th Bob, No 35, lAth J.JHIW, No
36. 11th Aomale. No 37. I7th Vr,l R-..1,
No 38, 19lb. II, No 39, 22d Han mi, No 10.
22d Kekahuna, So 41, 23d IL.No 12, 21lk
Keoimi. No , 2ith, Keoni,.No -1.21!h Pahi
nnLNo,21th. Pila, No 16, 2 H4 Keo Bale
la, No 47. 23ifcanekea,No 18, 2th Kealo,
Ne 49, 26th, Kanakainui, No SO, 2th O JC ai
ls. No SI, 31st Kaluaa.fi v i . eikn
W Csrtwrigfct, No 7. J
AHeiitm. gd T W Everett.
VTO. l,aJ COOL IK JMCB mtwmf
J-l octaaari for sale hr ,
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