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rPrefmmd for tbs Hawaiian Gtwttp.
tatrtliB. ew Zealand and California Mail Steamers-Sehednle for 1875.
KIT FROM 8YII.M.V Tu SAN nuNCIMX).
RETt'RN TRW FROM H. F. Tl SYDNEY
Our at gaaalalli j Arr. ml .V. Pratt
i,'ap SrkmmmU Omk- I est or abamt mm or mbomt
juDavry.!.!!. !te Kroary Fstmary i.-.
I -hruars 13 Marr-h TlKarch It
,.- I -It April. 4 April. II
ApTlL 10 Ma : Mai ... It
May I'Mav Juro-
J HQ SUM.. .2ft Jill J t
July - a-july M Awm li
July si.Aniruat. 21 spp m' i t'
akm :'ss-pt.mrsjr. . .1 September. . ,2s
M4Mimber... . .3tlOc4abr It October Ill
(letotasr 2J,Nrtvembw...I5 Norrrobrr . tl
M.vemla-r I "r-mb.r ... 14 I sw-emb.r. . . II.
lmtwr lAJsMtoarr SUanaery.. It,
Lar m ran
em or aooal1
aasal Hmuilmlu' Arr ml .tydnty
om or alvut on or aooel
Frbmerr H'Marrh .
. Cj Dessmber. .
11 ! February . .
17 1 December.
.14 1 January ..
. II February .
Fr SroAa. Metre. C. Brewer & Co. bare some
verj superior eufnr, rntde on tbe plantation of Ctpt.
Makee, which U almost as white as tbe belt cfusbed
refioed, and much cheaper, costing only eight cents
a pound. Such t uear as this will scire for all kinds
of family use, such as making cake and preserves,
as well at for coffee and tea.
an Fninctac o lmroediau-lv on the arrival of the null from lxndnn.
B Th. anov. nam l IHmm have kw.u charters.! for acven months : and In a
mar he aurje-rrsssed In Aucust or Sepu-mlser by new and superior boats.
1 a new line Is Inaugurated.
n-hen the Ktemen will be doe at this port and at San FraK-lsvo. an allowance of two days
r-y and of one day between this port and san Francbco. !, made for Uie anperlor epeed of I he
hat. FrMCWOu, prrCilv of Me-llKmrur inn-? 51.
f York, m " llafrrmpbie Ion
New Tar. " J Mil Jet 12.
" ' It-.. i' JuocSO.
" by mail Jnn i.
trinrj f-r mall atf-antcr Jan 6
ArilNd, " " Jno 14.
.iriiud, K dirtrt per Utast arrival, Mfttiir Karl-say
II Tlaa-ait. rr VrnMrnhi Jans 3()
nOSOLVW. JVLYt. 1H76.
i mors Iitv'i? RpixwtmDOc to tbe
wharvea. v. birr ervt-imJ rreeeli herr Iteen bttn lo-diof ur
dtarbarf ktj ciFr. Tt Murprrpir took onl a part f tin
mcar nflf-(I la Let tbr UUnce fis frward on the Mm-
rm and Haaard. Tbe bark ami I ex I cateria) aftemuon, and
tin- brvg will rrear ewly fxt week ell (or tbe ame dratiita
Ilia ! Fmiiciec. Tlie brie Itx1 Tonder It alau on tbe
Iwrtb far Ban Kraoctaep, to leava nest wmk.
liark Mattlf Mar -my i itlll in the gblrcarpenteri!' bandfi
and baa reeeled a uwm rait it? cvpr v'tu tbonmb orrr-
..L .up. xttvriift.lj and Int4rnallr. Tlir own era of tbii bark
atv etM.idartely urdered that tbt j br dune here, thnfl
firiag wort t our merbanic-- It could nowhere bare been
duoc inre attafncturilF.
Tbe jut 4f t-i.nu tbe F-tner; ; baa been Tery aooeew fnlly
afxtrtnpl.bed by Ctain Smtlli and Mr. Yoaofr., with tbe aid
. - an eKteniMM-ited Prall punin. wbicb ban proved a rerv efli
newt rowan f frwelnf; bar of water, and placlnc ktar In In
atead of nnder ber intymr eleienl.
7 1 attention of - or ttierchonU U railed tn tbe table of el
i. .-! fw the tMit three inotitlift. preriwred bv Col. Allen. Col-
ier t.ir Gwaerai iA Cu-tuaaa. Our icmrm-nlw on tbe table are
lil pt'l 'i; NrmDranda.
Lit- i- or 6twb V. k'.. .is Left Wydner tb June at
1:10 P. V. Cleared tie heada at 2:30; atrnnff aootb eaet wind
and bearj bead aaa, abipplag a great deal of water fore
and aft. Mb. tron: rle. beary bead aea, at 6 P M. eaed
the wncinea. 7th. weather nn flner. Mh, atrnnf breete from
north cant by eaat, art rrefad mixxen and main topeailt;
at-ong gale and Lead eea. lltb, frrary gale, rmln and llgbt
Blnc. treniendnaa ae rnnnlng. encine rolnc dead alow. 2
A H a keary aaa broke on board. walked ben c xip anl
aheep pen rrver board. 7AM weather more moderate, wind
Into tioith wet. 11 A M wind ahead, coing fnll apeed. 12th.
i- breeze and bwary ,:. , . : , 13th. nxarienale
ktwawjt wwd fine weather. Anired at Auckland at 2 A M of
Uth. Left at 10:30 P M, atnmg tinrth eaat wind 1brur.rl.nat.
Cnweed tbe equator in bm lthr W. Mot pel f rugibea at
P M fir Pilot, eent np n-rfceUaod fired twice- Kntered tbe
harbor mt P M. lit July.
II. B. : .. i Porwer.
As Arctic Mail. On tbe departure of the bip
Rainbow last wwk for Bberins 8trsltg, we made
up fifteen parcels of local and fortsixo papers, each
parcel roDtalnioi; over fifty papera, witb Honolulu
dalca to June SO, and San Francisco datea to June
21, and sent one package to eacb vessel cruiaiog In
tbat whaling ground. Tins Arctic njail qnite aa
touiabed Captain Gogan, as it made about a boat
load; but tbe gallant sailor said be bad room ou
board tor ereo more, If tbey ctme. If our blubber
friends don't tosa up tbeir caps wben tb.y sec tbe
KaiDbow, we arc greatly tuistakea in our men.
t3T" Tbe San Francisco Bnlletin haa commenced
pubUabing a trade report of tbe prices of merchan
dise Id that city, which is well arranged and better
calculated to give such Information as traders aod
mechanics wish to obtain tban any market report
of the kind we hare erer seen.
: . - : e
Total Valm of all I -Z, ! E '2E : Sl
Ilomertlr KS- J1 j : J
I Is ; 2; 58 ! g
ji I aw I i e i j J
jMkvWrnHI. Kj HHi J s g
sw s :i t le i I
Ualla Whale OU. : I : C
" H j I
I M 1 i iS i e
U IN si ; I I" in f
Utwwl jgg gl lilgg gl j)
;i isai i siifiTi-?.' I
IJba. Tallow : Vef c
: l- - Jj 3 8 j
Pea. OalfSkloa- 5 j ",:S5 j Si
Pea. Hides g ' : ? S. : 511
g I ; 'i : " :
Pet. 4401 Metal. I j 8 ! S!
i ; Kj SS ; Sii
I w 1 m aC aw j s
Bhta. Hwl. - : ! j 5 J ; j
" its if. i 's ii ;
B'ncliea Bananas - ill?.? " : i
I CT" I ! S
II : : : i ?- S o
, Kunpi' ; j);! wS- ' jj 1
Bha, P, 88 ijjgg B tlaj
I I i i ii'wj ! X
is i i n ) s
Lbs. OoffOe -.. v k' V : I afpT V
jfj " ill
Bill HI 25 II I i
rlet a" .jjiaw et Jlj 5
s's ; Hirf i !l
15 S f g i i i
UaUonf MoLaaaea V T I f 02
I" I" "
ps i ; s s ; f
5. I ijlf i s' I
! "'s j "llrg j rf
li Mi l! II S
if 4 i S . i i
I I II i I f
1 H Viihiria, wr lit Delavare, Jul.i 1-4J til. pulii, 30 hbl.
nilHwe.. Bl1 keys Sttfar.
rT Fan Fraucu, per .teaner Macjerr. JhIt 2 12TS
haa. patldy. WS bac. ctaTee, 4 hs. cnfiiM. Z3S bale. puln. COS
Ci f I) In '1 .k. peanuu, bale, ar.fl .Sit bdl. p : .kiu.
10 lis. tietrl hjaret. "311 pkts sutar, 17 bxs rice applta. Is
pks. fruit., too buch. Iiananu.
Fur Han Francisco, per V C Mnrm. Jol. 0 13 pkr. sperm
ell' 1103 bale. pulu. 237 baa. rice, 1 aaae plant.. 3 pk:. aruca
riea, 100 bnch. baoaoa., pka sorar. 3 tell, whalebone.
Fixjristi' CaTALOocEt. Wc hire receivtd from
tbe publishers. Mr. J. Vick of Rocbt-ster sod W.
H its ol New York, tbeir catiiinran or plints tnd
flowers. TUee are both betntlfullT lilatt rtled with
colored plates, Ac. Tbcsc catalogues are issued an
nutllT about tbe first of tbe Tear, aod are tent to
editors tnd any pttroot who solicit them. Vick'l
catalogue is Issued eecrj three months &ud each
quarterly contains valut'jle information for gardc
ncra tod florittt. Where flowers grow so readily
and bloom so profusely as tbey do here, every per
son ought to hare a copy of one or both of these
The Ship EattRiLD On Saturday last Messrs.
Smith and Young commenced work in raising tbe
sunken tbip Emerald. Tbe ipptrttot used at a
pump Is quite ingenious, and is constructed on the
principle known aa Prall't Steam Pump. Two Urge
boilera were connected with a ten ioch Iron pipe
leading into the hold of tbe ablp. By filling tbe
boilera alternately with tteam and rapidly condensing
it with cold water, the water It drawn out of tbe
hold of tbe ihip by the force of the vacuum created
In the boilera. The principle of this pump Is fully
cT.pltit.ed In the Scientific Amerletn of July 1873,
which should he referred to aod read by those who
wish to understand it more thoroughly. The break
ing of the large suction pipe, caused by the ship
righting herself up. delayed the work till Monday,
wben the pumping again commenced, and the ahip
was last night nearly free from water. She still lies
at Long wharf, and will probably he surveyed to-day
Fnim Frdney and Auckland, ar atmr MacaTegvr, July 1
C Brewer k Co 400 bdl. h.wp Iron, 20 c. suah.
Cleahorn k Co I c. brrandj. 10 c aadaa. 40clarope, 60
hi. aiiap, 10 bx. eanillea. 1 ca plants.
U W Owen 1 pi nid.c.
II MarforUae 1 cs plants, 140 dl rope, 30 ttl oats, 220
II llackfeld k Co TO bei bark. 30 bi. soap.
Order . cka brandy. 41 oi meats.
Vraaela Expected from Foreign Porta.
II It M S reterel, frutn Acapaloi. doe iu all June.
Am acbr Annie Lyle, from San Francisco, due June 30tb,
to T. U. Daviea, Eaq.
Am bk Ceylon, Wood., from Bolton, aallad April 6, to
Meeere. C. Brewer Co.
K Oer bk Cedrr. from Bremen, sailed May It, to Messrs.
II. llackfeld k Co.
Am. bk Camden, Roblnran, sailed from Paget Bound abont
June 90. lumber It II Uarkfi-id A Co.
Am bark I'owhatun, .ailed from Pucet Sonnd about Jane
t. with lamher ta II Backfeld k Co.
Am. bk Emma C. Beat, sailed from Newcastle, N. 8. W.,
aliout May 13, with coats to C. Brewer k Co.
Haw. aciir Uilama, Eugltab, from the Guano Islands, about
Mall steamer, wilt be doe a. per time table above.
Haw. brig W. II. Alien, Schneider, from Tahiti, doe In all
From Hrdney. pr atmr Mrrreiir, July I Mr Arinnin;
and TT Id ii:i!i-ltu for tan FraDciaco.
For 8an Franrlaco. per atmr ftlacrejror, Jotr 2 F T Caa
nll. J t. Saokf-y. K II M.-Ist-no. M K ry-liwenk. C R Mile.
' t lot. Nn Mora. A J Marrin, It Schmidt, T Q Younc. G
liatM ( UC,
B Morgan. C H Blako, E Andrew.. W Hall,
and rhild. Mih Wlillr, Mr Ymond, wlfo and child. T 11 Aldnn,
Mau Pun. Mr Church, wife aod 3 chihlreu, Miaa Cvao, Mr
ani Mr Owen, A Itwa.
Frirm Kauai, per itwnjfr Kilauea, July3 Hon 8 0 Wilder,
Cait Jama Makee, T ShilUber and wife. Mi- K Cooke,
Nien C F Bunce, Rev Mr Calder, C F Wolff. Mlu A CampU tl,
Miw" r1 Cantpltell, Mrw J F Allen and children, J II Connolly.
Rev KuMea, Mi R Kuoea. Capt J RuaM. John Franer, Mra J
A Cnmuunn and 3 children, Mra A Kaluahiue, J W Gar. Mitt
L Pllipn, J Midler, tj W WllcoK. G N WllcuK, C Bertlemaun.
Mi K Lanre, Mra J N Wrijjht. Or HutcliUon, wife aod it chil
dren, P Rirbmrhtd, Mrw K WrlcM, and 1 US deck.
For Windward Porta, per atmr Kilauea. July 5 J P Pee
blea and wife, II Brook, Mra H illehrand and 2 children. Mint
II Caatle. MiaCCa.Ue, MIm M Hftcbock. II R liitcltrock,
Mr Barker, H A WldtMnann, Capt J Makee. Mia- K Makee.
Mini A Makee. Ml-a On tin, MIm M Chamberlain. Minn Wet.
Miw I vt Mia Kina, J R Smith. Mra Baldwin, Rer Mr
a? Ran Franclaco. per D C Morray, July 6 Miaa flaren.
K n i'-'' ! and wife, J Freeman and wife, Mra Andrade
and child, Mr Rotberford and wife, Abpan, Ilenry Smitb, Ab
M um i d.
PHlLLIMto iK-Um NTKF.K-Iu H iiololn, June 29tb.
ay Rer. h. C. Iamnn, Mr. Alnnao Kin.- Phillhrwok, of San
Frauciaco, to Mi-- Emma Rountree, of San Joae, Cl.
GONZALEZ SYI.YA Jnne 3fth. by Father Mde.te. Jn
Hanno Gonaalef to Mi Anna Mary Pytwa. both of Manna.
M KKK In this city, July 3d, 11 Meek, eon of the lata
Capt. John Meek.
DATttOR ta this city. July 3d, B. R. Darlaon, late Sn
Ierttiteii(lenl of the lnane A-vluni.
ori of i m: WEEK.
Tbr followinc U a M o( the .ra-golng steamer., as compu
ted on January let. 1ST3 :
Brlliah IWI vessels J,ols.T;3
Aassrloaa C13 vessels -68,721
Praaoh 116 veaael. 318.731
liermu U0 vaaaala S68.82S
Spanish ilt veassis 136.417
I'.uaaian 144 veaseta 111.074
iMIsk 101 veeeele U1.S23
lulaus 110 vessel. 91.011
Austrian tl vaeeela 83. WW
Swedish iti vaasols 77.440
wagian. !U vaaaebj (1.1(13
South American Tl till lis I2..187
lleliian veesal. 40.336
lunlah T venasU 38.976
Turkish and Etrr'-an.... veaaels ?7.630
portages S3 veeeehi 18.46S
tVntral Aniartoan t aaaaass 6,31?
Qraak.... t vaaeeai
Asiatic 6 vesaaai 3.439
Total . 6.S66 veearle 6.i2ti.8s8
Below we give a list of all eea-golng aaillug vessels, as com
putad January 1st, 1871 :
A n I nan
veel. measan ng
T.Hal a -66,289 veaaels maaauring 14.323.630
The above list is not ooaj.Lete aa it noee n.-t include Poly,
t Schr I
oki v iiooij i.i;.
July 1 Br atmr alaegragoi . Oraingar. t&H day. fm Sydney.
6chr Luka. gaai. Irian alaliko. Curpo : 480 bg su
gar. 8cht Kinau. Ahaihala. from Mallko. Cnrpo I 400 bp
2 Schr Mary Ellen. Mana, from Kohala. Oxrpv
i . , - angar.
Bchr Kami Ir Bolts., from Koloa and Waimea.
aaasp BMtt tw tags atgar. 27 kga "ce.
Mft MerriU. Crane, from lalialna. II pae-
eengera. Carps : 1060 bgs angar.
6cht ham.'.. Kavuolda. from Kahalni. 16 passenger.
taryc: W9 pkgs sugar, loo lga potatoes, 40 pes
hMea. I bis pal. 8 bble tallow, 9000 ft toe Inmber.
200 goat skiua.
Schr A onl. . Kalanao. from VTaipio. 2 passenger.
Carta : C bdl. tobacco, 1 bg fnngus, S pea hides, 1
Bcor Warsric. John Bnll, from aMokal. 8 ranaan-
gara. Casaa : S3 aheap. 1 horse.
Schr Mile Morris. Una. from Molokai.
Bchr Actiie, Psaahiwa, from Kohala. furor : 178S
Bunt Eilanea, Marchant, from FCsnal. Cargo- 60
cattas. 10 horaaa. 4 niules. 10 pig., 7 coop fowls 1
eager rot lav, 6 pes hides. I bble beef, t bbls tallow,
8 pkgs ti'baeco, and aandrlea.
Bchr Penal U Hopo, from Hilo Carpo : T34 bf maj.
6 pes kid re.
Bchr Fairy alnean, Pnni, from Uanalei. (Ury : 10 cats
Schr Mm Kimo, from Koloa and Waimea. Oarfc :
24? kg .near, t bbU beef. 82 bg. pas, S bogs, 11
Jane St Samr Kllanaa. Marchant, for Kauai.
July 1 Aaa bt Delaware, Hind., for Victoria.
' S (r star alacgregor. Oralnger, for Ban tanelaca
4 tcht Lata Heal, for Moloaa.
4 Schr Mile Jorria. Ls-ma. for MoeokaL
Schr Man Ellen. Mana. for Kohala.
Bohr attnan. Abtihala, for Mallko.
Stmt Kil. aa. Marchant. for Windward Porta.
B Bchr Kam aUynolda. tar Kahalni.
Bohr IfaUir Merrill, Crane, for laheine
Bchr fan. i. Hope, tor Hi!..
Schr Kam He, Bollee, lor Eolos snd Waimaa.
Bchr Pair. Quean. Peat, lor Hanalei.
Bchr Anno . Kalanao. for Moloaa.
Sam bk II C Murray, roller, for Ban tinliuu.
HJ" Mr. Adrmi' credit talc conlinucs to day.
The L'. 8 SlilpTnfcarora will probably leave
to. morrow for Sao Francisco, and will take a mail,
to be followed by tbe brig Hazard early next week.
tr Scb Kamol sailed for Mini thia mornine, ta
king a crowd of paeeenrers, wbo are in ararch of
beallb and pleasure on tbe fern-clad slopca of Mount
Hr The Btrk Cltra Bell, Capt. P. P. Shepherd,
left Sao Francisco tboat Juoc SO, and will be due
here between July 12 and 10, briupinuour ocxt mail.
We suppose tbat she is intended for a regular packet
on thit route.
Land Sale. Toe land belonging to tbe eatateof
the Itte J. Ktbti, which bat been advertised for
several weeks iu thit paper, told on Saturday last,
at public Auction for 1 1.750. There were 490 acres
in the two parcels told, a ltrge part of which waa
tbe rocky barren tract this tide of the telegraph
In'SAriE AsTI.Cat. The dettb of Mr. B. R. Davison,
wblcb occurred last Saturday, leaves vacant the
office of superintendent ol this Institution. The
service requires a man of special qualificaliona, in
telligent and firm, yet patient and considerate to
those placed under his care.
"The Cballenoeb." Information hat been re
ceived at the Admirallty by telegram, ttttlng thit
the Challenger will not visit Vancouver Isllnd tl
intended, but will proceed to Nagasaki. Honolulu,
and Valparaiso. Letters should be addressed to
Honolulu until tbe middle or July, and alter tbat
dale to Valparaiso. Engiith paper May 15.
Supreme Cocbt. The Jirty term of tbe Court
opened on Monday morning, and it will be taken
up tbit week chiefly with tbe bearing of native
cases. Tbe court was opened by tbe Chief Juttice tnd
First Aaaociatc on the bench. Yesterday, In tbe case
ol Ktbalclcpo, a native who committed murder iu
Kona, Hawaii, the jury brought in aunanimoot
Tcrdlct of guilty. Two other cases came before the
Court, In both of wblcb tbe accused (a Chinaman)
Isltors to toe coon room win unserve Hanging
on tbe south wtll a very line loll tiged photograph
portrait ol Her Majesty Hie Queen, recently received
from San Francisco.
A Mhip Isoad of l alrttt.
Thk Queen op the Stage and the Queen
The City of Melbourne't pagscnRer list con-
UiinesJ the names of two of the world' moat
famons artists, Adelaide Ristori and lima di
Murska : and almost every berth in the vessel
had a celebrity for a tenant. The great Italian
actress is on her farewell tour round the world.
She takes with her an entire Dramatic Com
pany of twenty-five persons, in addition to the
members of her family. She has just concluded
a profitable Benson in San Francisco, where
she played fifteen times with the greatest suc
cess. Madame Ristori is enfraged to play for
one month in Sydney, whence she goes to Mel
bourne and thence to India and China. Tbe
baggage of the troupe amounts to Jfly Ions .'
and includes the entire scenery, costumes and
appointments of all her famous plays.
MlXE. Il.M v Di Mlkska,
The ftmout Hungarian linger. It on her way to
give concerts and opera in Melbourne, whence she
will visit Sydney, New Zealand and the Interior of
Australia. She expect! to return to Sail Frtncitco
in about six months, wben abe will give another
concert here. She is accompanied by her energetic
Manager Slgnor De Vivo, by a very clever Pianist
Mr. Chat. E. Pratt, and by a Flutist Slgnor Ginm
mort. A brieftccounl of this lady and her perform
ance in this city, will be found In another column.
Miss Emilie Melville Dekbv,
Is tlso on ber way to Australia in the same vessel.
This accomplished actress and vocalist retired from
the stage Ibree or four years ago npon ber marriage,
but she has since been studying hard under tbe best
masters lo lit herself lor tbe one object of her ambi
tions, the operatic stage. Her name is well known
npon tbe Pacific coast as the best representative of
the Grand Ducheaa ever seen in Caliloruit. Mist
Melville bat concluded tn engagement with the
Lyeter Opera Troupe, and will open ber season in
Melbourne in Leaoge's famous opera of " Giroflc
Girofia." Tbe popular artiste will follow this opera
with Dinorah. Locia. Sonnambula, L'Elslr D'Amorc,
La Tiglis del Kegglmento, and mauy others. She it
Mr. Trsct Titus,
The Impreaaario of the Oates Opera Bouffe Troupe,
who In addition lo the business charge of Miss Mcl
ville'a engagements, bat a few little axes of his own
to grind, in the shape of new pieces to be introduced
to the Australians, among tbcsc being all the latest
Parisian and New York novelties.
Mr. Edward Ellis,
The advance agent lor Madame Jananscbeck, the
greatest living English speaking tragedienne, pro
ceeds by tbe Vity qf Mtlbounte to Sydney, lo make
the neceasary arrangements for Madame's fiist
appearance there. The great artiste will beraelf
follow by tbe next steamer, (Macgregor). Mr. Ellis,
who bat been connected with the English and
American pitta for twenty years, deserves a word
for himself, because be has for the last two yenra
been the foremost writer on dramatic and musical
matters in San Francisco, and has not only earned a
high reputation by bis critically accurate knowledge
of stage matters, but has materially advanced the
interests ol his paper, the & F. Chronicle, for which
he will still act at correspondent. He will take the
entire tour of tbe world, In the interests of Madame
Jananscbeck, and tbe San Francisco papers are
loud tnd unanimout tn tbeir congratulttiont to both
partiea upon tn arrangement certain to advance
their interests. The ship is to full of theac world
renowned artistes, that thirty-three tout of cargo
and a lot of the coal bad to be left behind in San
Francisco. Capt. Brown'a energy and forbearance
have both been severely taxed by the over crowded
atate of tbe vessel and tbe laxity of manners among
the minor Italian artists ; but be has conquered all
difficulties to far, and the voyage bat to thit point
been a mott enjoyable one. The great party of
artittt and llterateurs have our best wishes fur tbeir
continued comfort snd prosperity, ou tbeir voyage
around the world.
m?. T. I.I .yf.it A -N afc CO..
Importtrt and Commission Agents and Wholstals
Dealers in General Merchandise.
193 Queen St.. neat to Ibe Office ofJ, I. Dowselt. Esq. If
m i.i.i; fc CO..
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants.
tmportereand Dealer, in Genera) Merchandise, Queen i trust,
Honolulu, Hawaiian island..
4VaV- Agent.for the Kaunakakai, Moanalua, and Knkaako
Salt Works. 647 ly
E. P. All t US,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Queen Strett, Honolulu, II. 1. 647-lyJ
T 1E3 "W H3 Li 3$-
SOLID METAL WORK.
Mr. J. T. Wntrrhouwc hut I nir received from
the New ZeaJanc. Inrarance Com pan r. Ihroogh their
Agent, Mr. O. IT. Owen, the amount of ., Insured by
him on meirhnnrtise br the II! -fated schooner Varum, begs
to express his thanks and the satisfacUoQ he feel a at tbe
promptness displayed In settling this loss. The New Zea
land Insurance Company certainly deserve fair share of
the Insurance business of Honolulu.
MJ 1m J. T. WATEBHOCSE.
By E. P. ADAMS.
XOTH'E.-The Pacific Base Ball Club meet
for practice on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday after
noons, at 4 o'clock, on the troend In the rear of the Cus
tom Hooae. June Bth, ls7S. M3 2m
THK nMderwla;nel bnve on the- lit flay of
April, W. entered Into a Co-partners bip, under the
name and atyle of J. II. BaUNSdc CO.. fur tbe purpose of
car n Uig on tbe
Cooprrtua: and Uaaarlnjr Baalneas
Iu all Its branches, and solicit a share of public patxooage.
J. H. UKl'sNsS
Honolulu. June 1!, ls?3. bi 3m
FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
The Upper Briar
EDWARD LEWIS, Commander.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Fort
For Freight apply to
S4S 3t WM. O. IRWIN A CO.. Agi-iit
CREDIT SALS AT AMI!
THIS DAI ,
WEDNESDAY, : : : : JULY 7th,
At 10 .'Clock A. Wn
By Order of Messrs. Ed. Ho ffschlaeger A Co.
At Sales Room of E. P. Adams,
A LARGE ASST. of GOODS
From England, Germany & Franc e
By C. S. BARTOW.
IU ORDER TO CLOSE Ol'T THE BCSI
NKSS.S, ECKART WILL SELL ATCOST
For the .Vext Three Month.,
Stock of Solid Gold and Silver Jewelry
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES !
CAKES, SHELL WORK.
And other Fancy Articles !
Call Soon and Secure Great Bargains
517 At the Fort Street Store, 3tu
For San Francisco.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight or passage, apply lo
5Htf J. T. WATEIUIOrSE.
For Portland, Oregon.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
J. WALTERS MASTER.
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
For Freight ur FwAsuge, apply to
S45 1m H. HACKFELD A CO., Agent.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A. S. X. Co.'s Fine Steamship
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DO 1R 5? "O S 2 '
2-S -w I ft' j rji i
g Lsjt.r.s. is s : 1 5 i
w Kftfi S s arii if a
M faastJIxS9 ' 51 If-I! I
1SL I X5L A. !
CAPTAIN F. lOOKi:.
WILL SAIL for SAN FRANCISCO
On or abont AifUNt 9nd.
All frelifht lntendtM for ahlpment per Steamers either to
ISaji Francisco or tbe Colonies will be received In the
SlMllWV Wart-house Free f Stonnce.
Tbe Agents will give a Varebouse-Kecelpt for all Mer
chandise but will not be responsible fur Ions by Are.
uT For Freight and PtvwygT), or any further Infor
matKHi, apply to
bZ4 C. BRKWEH at CO.. Aajcntw.
For Sydney, N. S. W.
The A. s, x. Co's Fine Steamship
H. GEA1NGEK. COMMANDER,
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W.
On or about A ugust ii1.
All freight Intended fur .Shipment per Steamer either to
Sn Frunc.aco or IDe Colonies will be received In the
HaVnmer Warebouat- Free of Ntoraffe.
The Ageuta will give a Ware house-Hecelpt fur all Mer
chnadlse, but will not be reaponalble for luas by lire.
r tj- For Freight and PiViwAare, to Sydney, New
Zealand aud Melbourne, app.y to
M2 C HIlFsWEK A Co.. AKentN.
mR. J I I.I I s U4IT1.V4. IS AITHORIZED
XV M from litis duy to s14m our tlr... b;
Honolulu, July 1. 1S75.
F. A. SCUAFB ot CO.
BEST n AI.I rv.
EXTRA 111 Win.
FOR SALE AT
M7 It F. A. SCHAKFKB A WS.
Ttnire of hi. ai rv. it is said, is a
THE foil..,, in- ISiriivs nre now In the'
Government und at Kahotaloa : One sorrel horse'
while forehead, two hind legs white, a scar on the side
and brand ou fore leg, undtribable. One black horse,
white fun head, one white fore leg, la marked on left aide
Q K on the ueck, o with X on the side, and left hind leg I'u,
One mule, light bay culor, branded on left neck H and (,
with other brands undescrttjubli'.
Also, the following cattle : A brown cow, with hole In
right ear. A black cow similarly marked. These cattle
are marked Waluihee's brand.
It B. II. KAIIANANUr, Pound Master.
DR. J. C0LLIS BROWNE'S
O S LOROTJ Y 1ST EI
IS THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE.
rVUE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST
X the aofoanded statements frequently made, "that
tbe composition of Cblokodtmi ii known to Chem
ists and the Medical profession." Tbe fact is, Chlo
rodyne was discovered and invented by Ir. J. COL
LIS BROWNE (ex Army Medical Staff), and so
named by him, and it has baffled all attempts at anal
ysis by tbe first Chemists of the day. Tbe method
and secret of tbe preparation have never been pub
lished. It is obvious, therefore, that anything sold
under the name, save Dr. J. C0LLIS BROWNE'S
C1IL0R0DYNE, is a spurious imitation.
CAUTIOlf. Vice-CbancellorSir W. P. Woodstated
that Dr. Collis Browne was undoubtedly the inventor
REMEDIAL USES AND ACTION.
This Invaluable remedy pp-duces quiet, refreshing sleep,
relieves pain, calms tbe systtn, rea tores tba deranged func
tions, aad stimulates healthy action of tbe secretions of the
body, without cteating any of tbiwa unpleasant results at
ten'ling tbe use of opium. Old and young may take It at all
hours and titura wben requisfte. Tbonaanda of persons tes
tify to its marvellous good effects aad wonderful cures, while
medtcftl men extol lis virtnea most extensively, using It In
great quantities) in tba following dlseaaaa: Cholera, Dysen
tery, Diarrbosa, Colics, Coughs, Asthma, Rheumatism, Nan
ralgla. Whooping Cougn, Cramp Hysteria, Ac.
EXTRACTS FROM MEDICAL 0PINI0N8.
The Rtgbt Hon. Earl Rusxell communicated to the College
of Physicians, aad J. T. Davenport, tbat be bad received in
formation tu tbe effect that tbe ox Li remedy of any aervice In
Cholera waa CU LOR0DYN K. See Lancet Dec. 31, 1864.
Dr. Lowe. Medical Missionary in India, reports (Dec.. 1855)
that in nearly every caae of Cholera In which Dr. J. COLLI
BROWNE'S CULORODTNK was admlniatered, tbe patient
Extract from MtdieaX Tiaut, Jan 12. 1866. "Chlorodyne Is
prescribed by eonrea of orthodox medical practitioners. Of
coarsa It wonld not thua be singularly popular did It not
'supply a want and fill a place.' "
Extract from tbe General Board of Health, London, as to
IU efficacy in Cholera "Sostnmgly are wa convinced of the
immense value of this remedy, tbat wa cannot too forcibly
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brewer &. Co. -Agents
Merchandise received Storage Free and
linerai nun advances tuaile on shipment ty this line.
641-ly C. BRKWEK A CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE1
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents.
Favorable arrangements can alwars K-
mulc f.jr iliii'Ak'i' it ml -liii'im-nt "f Oil. Hone. Ww(. It itl.-st sml
utber Merchandise to .New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Porta. Cash Advance made.
Ml-ly C. BREWER k CO.
STEAMER dm KILAUEA
H AIM II A XT. ill: ll.VMllt.
Joy forever, and If fllneea la the essential Ida of j nrae th. uaceaalli of adopUog It la all case.
.. u - .,, , . ii iv.. U ll'tll VL' . . , .. ( ..
beauty, aa we uainulu It at, tbe SEWI.NU MA. lll.NK
wftn one of the
PATENT WATER WHEEL
la one of the most beautiful things In the world : nothing
In tba whole rairr of modern Invention beinc better
adapted to relieve burnaa drudgery or litter fur the pur
FontTH of Jclt. The anniversary of American
Independence, which bat heretofore -ajwavi been
celebrated here with grctt display, paaaed off In t
very qnite way. There was no speech niakinc. no
reading of tbe declaration, no martial music, no
toasts, and very few Are crackers. Tbe war sbipt
in port dressed with bunting and Bred a national
.alnle at ntsosi. Tbe American Minister received
official vltitsst bit residence ta Nunsn, V.llcy tnd JHE BEST SEWING MACHINE IN USE I
many ci.iaa u. .in-a. tuc vyyji aaswaaw -' I l iui
respecta to tbe Representative of America, wbo
provided a liberal entertainment. Daring tbe even -inc.
tberc were some quiet ditplsjrs ot tin: works
in various parts of the town.
Ssrmra of the Macoreoor. Tbe mall steamer
left port about 8 o'clock on Friday evening, snd took
away over thirty passenger from Honolulu, tnd
sevcoty eight through passengers. Among tbe for
mer were several ntvtl officers snd tbeir wires. As
tbe tbip twang off from tbe wharf, tbe band of tbe
Pensacola serenaded tbe party, and accompanied tbe
steamer down tbe channel, wbile tbe tlr rang with
parting; cheers from those on thorc tnd from the
sailors on board the war veaaels. From tbe Pensa
cola rockets, bine, red and green llglits were aent up
whicb illuminated tbe harbor and added t novelty
to tbe scene. It is seldom tbst s steamer haa left
port with more lively demonstration for ber depart
Tbe I'ndernAtnaed are Special Agents ror
60 POINTS OF superiority:
For particulars aee Circular.
WE ARE PREPARED TO FCRNTSH
The Patent Attachment!
To any of tbe machines now tn use, which win run them
perfectly wtihout the leswt exertion on tba part of tbe
operator. The? Wheels are made here at tbe BRASS
rOl XDRY, are anperlor to those lmrorted, and aold
for lcaa money.
Buy One and Ton will be Convinced.
It Is a well known fact tbat the 01 health of thousands of
women and air Is. can be traced to the tuxertion reijaired to
run Sewing MacbJLaea by foot power. A word to the wise
DILUXGHAM a CO.
CAUTION. Itaaai efnoine without the words "Ir. J.
COLLIS BROtVNK" on tba lioToratoont Stamp. Overwbelm-
inic rurlical trstitanr atxumpaciM rach Oottle.
Bole Mann facto rer, J T. DAVENPORT,
S3, Great Russell St., Bloomaburv, London
Sold in Bottles at Is. ld., 3a. M., aad 4s. tW.
Atrenta in New York, W. H. Scaurraxia A Co. and J. C.
Wells. Sail -6m
MILK ! MILK! MILK!
WELL-KNOWN PDUNUI DAIRY !
THK IMII RSKiM D IIAVIXG ITR-
chaaed the well known herd of TTi ltrs
Ooxass from Mr. J. RU hardaon. and also
Ins; leased tbr l&nl known as the Putuiul Milk Ranch.
he is prepared to furnish to custom e m
PURE FRESH MILK, IR QUANTITIES TO SUIT !
At SIk Cent per Quart
Full measure siaranteed, and delivered in the morning
- To larye cuatomera, such aa Hotel and Reaunrant
keepers, ships of War, tc., he srtU make special conLracts
at LOW PRICES.
Orders glveu to John, who has charge of tbe Milk Van,
or left at tbe International Hotel, will be pre mptl v attend
ed to. IS-M am A KONG. ProDrietor.
12 Monday 5 P. M.-.-Kona.
m lit Monday 5 P. jI....HIIo and Kaunakakai, both
29 Thursday. ...5 P. M NawiUwIIL
Aug. 2 Monday A P. M.Clrcult , f Hawaii.
f Monday 5 P. M....Kna.
16 Monday i P. M....HI1.. and Kaunakakai, both
" 2&WhI neatly. 5 P. M.... Circuit of KauaL
30 Monday 5 P. M..CIrcnlt of HawalL
SepL Monday a P. M....Kona.
18 Monday & P. M....HIIo and Kaunakakai, both
.. 23 Tbors.lay....5 P. M.-NawUlwUL
27 Monday P. M..Clrcult of Hawaii.
itsr When there are no cattle to land at Maalaea Bay,
an effort will be made to reach Honolulu Saturday r. at.
aT" On Down Trips the Steamer will not leave Kaalualu
until 0 A. M , or later ; Makena until 6 a.m. or later ; and
Maalaea Bay until 8 a.m. or later, without due notice of
any change being given.
Rate or Pasvaire -will be
To or from Kaunakakai, MolokaL 83.00
To or from Ltahalna, MauL..... 6.00
To or from Manlaea, Maul . 7. no
To or from Makena, Mani. SMM)
To or from Mahnkona. Hawaii .... -IO.OO
To or from Kawalhae, Hawaii -.10.00
To or from Kallua. Hawaii 10. 00
To or from Kaawaloa, Hawaii lO.OO
To or from Hilo, Hawaii. 1 3 .50
To or from Kau Coast, Hawaii. ...... 13.00
Circuit of Hawaii. Round Trip ..'22.00
To or from any Port on KauaL. 8.M
Circuit of Kauai, Koand Trip 12.00
Deck passage for natives only A.00
r No Credit fnr PniAs;e Money, -fea
Tlekets at the of lice only.
No berth will be conaldered aa taken until paid fc. Not
reaponamie tor unmaraea uaggage or any r reign t or Par
cets unies receipted for.
Freight Money Due on Demand.
fJBMr An effort will be made to have tbe Steamer reach
Honolulu ou the evening of tbe same day she leavesMul.
SAMUEL 0. WILDER. Arenta
Office with Wilder Co., corner of Fort A Queen streets
A SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR
Ex Late Arrivals.
For Bait hj
iZtZm M. 8. GRIN'BAUM I CO.
SAX Jl AX K II.X-RF.C EI VED PER FAIy
klnbarf ' tbtt day, and la perfect order. For sale by
Stay tl, 1ST!.
BOIXES St CO.
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA I
K .A. X J I L E !
WDl have regular dUpatch for the above named Porta,
no and altar th tut of November next, until further nooca
Freight and Paaasge taken at the Lowest Rates.
113 BOLLES tt CO., Agents.
-HTHEREAII, IT HAS COXE to the Knott).
TT edge of tbe undersigned tbat certain panics To
t'a Known, have nuJicloasiy circulated a report, to the
effect tbat the Schooner KavmmJIe advertiaed as a re
gular packet between Honolulu and the porta of Koloa
and Waimea. Kauai, iff about to diasoontlnue ber Titu
lar trips to tbe above named porta ; now we desire tbat It
be distloctiy understood, that the said Schooaer la under a
contract vitb the Koloa Plantation to run regularly fur the
term of one year from the first November, 1574. and that
she win accordingly continue to run to tbe Ports of Koloa
and Waimea, as advertised, barrlus; aecldesstsl
We hereby caution the authors of the above rep.rta, that
tbey will be held responsible tar all loss or damage result
ing in consequence of such false repreaentatluus made by
(34 BOLLES Co., Agents.
IB TJ IV
XT AtX I
Newest Styles of Prints
Heavy Bias Denims, White and Brawn Cottons,
Fine White, Bias and Colored Flannel.
Black, Blue and Red Broad Cloth,
White and Brown Linen Drills, Moleskins,
Linen Duck. Sateent, Coral and Lining,
Nainsook., Mosquito Netting,
Heavy Black and Colored Merinoee, Muslins,
Spool Cotton, Ginghams. Tiekingt, Coburg,
Silk Alpteaa, Damask Cloth, Sheeting,
Cotton Canvas. Colored and Blaek Silks.
Fancy Goodi. Silk tnd Velvet Ribbons,
Silk Trimmings, Corsets, Braid, Blankets. Ac.
A Large Assortment of Shawls,
Artificial Flowers, Socks and Stockinge,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Buttons,
Umbrellas, (Jenuine Lubin't Eitraet,
Genuine Himmel's Philooomt, Pencils.
Looking Glasset, Wash Blue, Gunpowder.
Shot, Playing Cards, Ac, ic.
English Saddles & Bridles
Heavy Burlap, and Has..
Sheet Iron, Hoop Iron, Wrapping Paper.
A Variety oi Other Goods
Terms Liberal and made known at Salt.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ON THURSDAY, : : JULY h
At I eyeSttek A. X.. will k. Swke,
AN ASSORTMENT 0
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
KEGS AND BAGS OF BROWN iVtJAR'.
Front V. 8. S. Taatrarora,
Bags of Condemned Bread
C. S. BARTOW, Aaetionaar.
Trustee's Sale of
In tb. Matter of the Estate of the late Captain J0UN
To be Sold at Auction,
At the Sales Room of C. S. Bartow, In Tlonel.la. oa
SATURDAY, the 28th Day of
AT 13 O'CLOCK, N. . N -
ALL TITAT TRACT OF LAND SITU
ATE IN THE DISTRICT OF
And known as tbe
Conralnlnc an are of ISO. Asna, riv a reenl sHirrev hr
C. J, Lyona, arttl lvleaf within seven mllea of the city of
Honolulu, and directly on tbe road from Honolulu to Wei
alua. The said land la iiibjer t to a I. ease for a teres of
Three Yean unexpired. Title hy Royal Patent.
For further particular, apply to J. a. COZtBY. Traatesa
and Hi ecu tor of tbe said EsUte, or to J. MONTGOMERY,
Solicitor, No. S Kaahumanu trreet. Honolulu.
C. 8. BARTOW. Ane'r.
CIH A GOODS,
Ex Brig Hazard, from Hongkong,
BY ORDER OF MESSRS. AFONG & ACHUCK.
ON FRIDAY, JULY 9th,
At 10 A. St., nt ialparoomrwlll boaold.
50,000 GENUINE MANILA CIGARS
.. a Extra.
100 Rollt Fine Contract Matting,
50 Rolls Fine Colored Matting
100 Boxes Fine Teas,
Quarter lb. papers.
50 Baxes Choice Hyson Tea, 2 lb eaob,
50 Dozej Choice Souchong Tea, 3 lb eaeh.
50 Boxes Choice Sonahong Tea, 5 lb eaob,
50 Doges PeaQut Oil,
00 Boxes Fire CraQkcri,
Boxes China Tobacco, in paper,
Anorttnent of Colored Bowli,
China Preserve, Chow Chow. Ginger,
100 Nests Camphor Trunks, extra quality.
Lounge Chairs, Dear pattern,
Rattan Chairs, Arm Chairs,
China Provisions, tiojr Lichee, Piokles, Ao.
Assortment of Fine China Goods
AND FANCY GOODS
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
11K. .IOHY II. PATY .VI 1.1. ACr FOR MK
J.T p under power of attorney during my atrswucsj from
I'll AS. H. BISHOP.
Land on Lanai.
A Mi PERNOR ARE HEREBY WASHED
thut thtf subcrlb4?r having Ifaas-d the land of I1
mae from the (tovernraent with tbe cuncurrence of the
Crown CommlMloners, h? will prosstuu atcconltng tu Uw
any tipsuw of horses, cattle, sheep, gombi, hugs or turkya
up4,n tins Uuu without autuonty.
WALTER M. O IB-SON.
Honolulu, June I, 1875. M 3t
IXnEDIATKLY AT CHELMEA I VI MUV
a marker and Itook -keeper. Most be a good and rapid
penman and a aober man or wooian. Apply to
Ml u W. M. WALLACE.
NEW GOODS !
NEW GOODS !
FROM CHINA DIRECT !
Per Brig 1 Hazard,'
Vim OPKNIX. ASD FOB SALE BY
JEWELRY IN SETS, of finest qnality, gold
aod pearl, coral tiger claws, Ac Ac.
SILK DRESSES of different patterni, soil
PINA Striped Gaase,
LA DISS SLIPPERS of fancy itvles.
Craps Sha.lt, Oratt Cloth. Silk Neck Tits,
TortoiaasheU. Feather and Silk Fant
Sandal Wood, Ivory, TortoUeabell, and Lao-
qatred Wart of all descriptions,
Flowered Vases of all sites aad device,.
Silver Wan. Very doe.
White Matting of vary latest quality,
White Contract Matting Not. I and 1.
Assorted Colored Matting Not. I and 2,
Camphor Wood Trunks in Ntttt bait quality,
Camphor Wood Trunks in Nests No. 1,
Camphor Wood Trunks in Nests No. S,
Manila Rope best quality and of all tittt.
BASKETS 0FVBRY FINE BREAKFAST TEA.
Preserved Ginger and Chow Chow,
BUOAR MATS, 8IN0LE AND D0UBLB.
TEAS ILL OF THE MEW SEASON !
Souchong in Chuta, Jib. paekagei,
Hyton, ia 2 lb. boiet.
Oolong of vavy sa parlor quality.
PRESERVED GINGER AND CHOW CHOW,
I. H. Barna. sr. aamu.
J. H. BRUN3 & CO.,
BEO LEAVE T NOTIFY THE IM 111.14'
tiiat tbey have- purchased ta cntirf toca In trado
of the lat Jam. L. Lwls, and that tbey will o hi Onus to
carry on the busiitss) of
Coopering and Gauging
At the Old stand on Hint; Htrtapt. near tne Bethel, until
further notice. And also,
OX Qt"Er STREET. NEAR TORT.
Where they wtll be round prepared to execute all orders In
(asks Kerosvrnr oil Containers, for Tallow.
Etc., Etc.. always on hand.
Honolulu. June 11, lint. ' I ui
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE !
Near San Francisco, Cal.
TUN OR TWELVE IlOSSWJITEjS
I.ols,. lixixi'jo r.rt in sis... located atatat
alt mllea from the rity Hall, near the line of
the Han June Railroad, and wUI auon !- oni a
tbrlvlnf part of tbe clly. wblrh now numbers
about iou.ooo lnhabitaota. thaw lota wUI be
aaM singly or tuavther. Teraav. eavay.
I'or further iMartlcolars, itiiUlre of JACOB UARDY, Ma.
40rt California rt, Man KraiM-laco, or
-. i: 2m II. SI. WHITNEY, Honolulu.
Roses, Roses I
awa-wt. hi i'ubii VARisrriEM or :
f 1 F " F 5tMl.tsOO tlrsubuuaa raanta. 14
a apcslislty. HlustraUrd cataiucue rree.
M. Y. TEAS A LXX,
Ml lm ltk-bmond. Ind.
Wheat Meal, Craham Flour,
Corn Meal, Cracked Wheat,
Ground Rice, Cracked Barley,
GROUND TO ORDER, by
Orders left with Dillingham A Co., or B. 0. Hall
A Son will be attended to. MS tf
MATTING!! MATTING ! !
THE UNUKK9IC.NED 1IAVE JUST
received an Iovuica of
No. 1 Extra
CONTRACT MATTING !
Which we will ..11 very low.
rive na a call tsefOre purrhaala .lata.
Invoice of Silk Foulards.
TtrST RECEIVED VIA 1'lVtHl.
May 20. I :".
H. HACKFELD 4t CO.
Invoice of American Clocks.
ElOR SALE AT MAS RA IS4 41 PBICSS.
(SII 3m, B. RACKrtBJD 4t CO.
Kay 20, 1S7S.
AI.E-Nt-OT'H. IIRH AND V0BWE
(IIAN, In q'jarta an-1 flnta.
Clareta. Rhine Wine. Blttera.
Brandy In casks aod raaat,
Hawaiian Rnaw at Alrolvol. For tale at
May 20, ISTA (HI 2m, H. RACKFELD 4t DO'S
C. R. SVI.WON t
iwuimi. in brla. hf-hrla and kl la.
Pilot Bread, Floor, Ham, and Or. fro LJme
For Sale at
Stay 20, ls-5. (S4I Jm. H. BACKFKU) ,t CD
PER ' FALEINBUBO,'
FROM PORTLAND, OREGON
Received This Day I
Clears t Cltcnx-t t Clear.
Qesnint Manilas aad Imitations.
FIRE CRACKERS A FIREWORKS, ALL DESCRIPTIONS
ALSO-FCLL LINES OF 8TAPLS OOODa TOO
NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
AFONC A ACHUCK,
it 4t U Sl'CAMV STBSST
Barrels Columbia River Spring Salmon
PACKED BT WARRE.1 4k CO.. I.7S. AM9
warranted a fwarS.r qoallly. Foraaa.br
May tl, lt7t.
fViLI.K. at CO.
KITTS SALMON BELLLE8.
3 AIMED IW71. ajPRIWU. RECEIVED FCI
L ' KaJkhavastTt,' tajs day.
May II, ltTE BOf.f.C8 A CO.
Oregon Sugar Cured Hams !
EXTRA 4,1 ALITT
PACKED MT MUSM J afc HPALDt.wti aavat
warranted aorsritor. Racelv 1 thia day per raJKlav-
bort.' and for aale by
BOLLES A OTA
Oregon Dried Apples.
RECEIVED THIS DAT, AMD FOR RALE by
May SI. UTS. 2GLLZ8 at 00.
CASKS PEACHES, PEA MR.
Casta, nnim at. Cam
For ami try
For the Ladies.
TEW AM PAJWIOWARU: tvTTXJCR OP
Rtoara, MmiomUk, Oman. Faaty, Cntcawat, Ac lo bona ear
without. Anion tba new Mylea, of which I nave i.eiva
ari.ti-a. lil b" foor,. :
Itnoru.. '.'our:. Ak-zaader. Waab.r.at
asooat. Ate., In base. avoa ttc. u t.to per box.
uu aaa eremrrae ssse asrw atyasa.
For the Children.
There aea three style, of wnall Note Paper aatAatsraaa,
Of, the BOoo. Prlneaof Wats., aad Crown ItHai.
Tattatt new stylee tntuw nauuon. ror aur t.y
440 lxa MM WBITXET