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Commercial Advertiser. Xor-iii Summary. Car.. George H Deri.. r.f Of I". P. Army. wM-'y known as "John Phii-nit." i Je-i !. Irrnti. r.f tt,e Loii"i: J, .rnul, who- rff.rts in behalf i ( ih l'nion hi- ln-n ., effnt and terpr.sinz. hi hi arm r.rt;::; r,rs.ljzel. ar. i is tl.e i .j ii .an tiiinurt.; '.vz-th-r. praur, i.f RV,I- I-!n I. is m I lo h- -c-jtr..- -r. 4i-jiE-J to s iJausctirer f Mr. Cmri.r, r-ecre.. tury .f V ir. in hi arrin! t M asfiii.t.,1:. X ,iir but f.'i true Je-..re, iii fir. An sslitf r at WhKam. St. Vax, M'.r.n , or flav !a-t ric 'iriiirrifnif'l Km hou-e with a ep'.en 111 An.fr:cri fl.i. anl the ara nijsht his; wife- pr-?nr- l bin sutn :i tiiue jir.nid'r. JfJ. lni it rt-p.rte.l to have sv while- in con TeTs.vion upon politic! topics have no douht thi the North cn fiirr;iii five iut-n t.. our one, ari l th it he cm whip in. r.tit he cinm t Ciiirjwr Us" Jr. If.jlrrie-. f.f New York, hp ceVr.mtel rmhvni ir, ha,s rr:eive"l n commission n ."ur-'-ori in the lTmfe.1 Srr, army. Mi l ity will h fi. firth?; rn all tb'. killed in huttie, whose bei ' it niiy te desira H! o pre-rti. The ehip -Matilda of Charleston J", C. endenvr.rel to enter a French harrmr on the ir.'th i,t April with the Palmetto flx fljrifijr. run was not allowed to d t nn until she Jipliye.l the Star! and Stripes. Street .Miir. All peramhulttin; musicians, tys the London Literary ilnzette, r.re. it it iiJ. to te pat lown in Pari. Co!. Wilcox has many complaints from .M la l;es anl nervous jnMmen in Alexait'lri aluut the con duct of the nol'liera. Oni- cM hi'ly convulse! th-e present at hea I jiiirters by stating that the -Michi-finder t were ruLLing her ot her Ktexe. SotTHKits Erin-'iPtcr. Tlie Episcopal (liocees in tke South are about to orjinize themselves un ier a new j'irUIiction. as the Protectant Episcopal Church tit the (onf"lrate State of America '1 he ileleites w-re to he met at Montgomery. Alabama, on the Zd of July. One of the beauties of Secession is a shinplapter for 50 cents. isued by the City of Richmond, in the neiobiance of a bank note ft is a simple promise to pay Without any maturity, and is receivable for city taxes. fi. S. Hiiley cf Portland has invented a machine fr fol.l.iig newpap-r. which takes the papers from the table of the pres as fa-t as they are printed, and delivers them ready for direction. Mr. Bailey is now at work on a machine to direct the papers as fast as thf-y come from the folder. The p istes is-cie I by the Provot-M irshal of Alex andria have this condition : It is understood that the within-named accepts this pa.1 on his word of honor that he i.s loyal fi the L'nion. and if hereafter found in arms against the L'nion. the irfna!ty will be death." The L'oitel Stares steamer Brooklyn has captured an 1 sent to Key West the banjue II J. Spfitrint;, from K. de Jar.erio. bound to Xew Orleans with a cargo value. I at ? TJ'I.'XJO. The same .steamer has ord -red away two liremen ships and the steamer .Ma nm-tr. , and the L'ni'el Sfa'es steamer f'jirhut iii has a! captured a Charleston ve-sel bound ti Xew Orleans with a full cirgo of rice, c. Trie Calciurn Light on Fortress Monroe was used on the occasion if the disembarkation of troops, with fine etfect. fts rays thrown upon S wall's Point batteries, illuminates the point that any movement around it can le plainly seen in the darkest night. StaT.iiic Points. M massas flap i.s seventy miles from Alexandria, a strong position on the Alexandria and Straihurg (Valley) K-iilroad. Manassas Junc tion is twenty-seven miles from Alexandria, and is the key to the principal railroads of Virginia the line from Richmond, as well as the Tenne-see and Lynchburg line to Htrers Ferry, uniting at that point, which commands them all. It is said to be a fine htrategic point. It is reported that five important towns in the in terior of Sao lhimingo had been fortified and assisted by Hiytiens. who intend to resist the Spanish powers there. It is reported that the inhabitants of one vil lage had been mastered by the Spanish for refusing to sw -ar allegiance to Spain. It is also riported that the Spanish troops were defeated in a small engage ment. Additional troops were being sent from Havana. Charles Lever, the novelist, died at Spezzia in the Litter part of April. He was a native of Dublin, and -. was el ncated in Paris as a physician. He was the autho- of some twenty-five volumes, all of which are the delight of those who love adverture. He had lived at Florence most of the time since 18-to. A sword is to be presented to Colonel Rolert An derson by the L'nion members of the Kentucky Leg islature. It is on exhibition at Louisville. The scabbard bears) the inscription Presented to the gallant soldier and true patriot. Colonel Robert An derson, by the citizens of his native state." A merchant writes from Mobile to his friends in X. V. city a follows : Money is awfully ftringent. Collect on of all kinds, home and foreign, ere pretty much suspended and business very quiet. W'e are preffy effectually blockaded at present, and feel quite I ke a rat confine! in a granary." He means in empty granary, of course. Fifty thousand dollars of the bonds of the southern confederacy, belonging to parties in Xew Orleans who were forced to sell them, were disposed of a fort night ago. at the rate of ten cent on a dollar. Only five thousand dollars could be obtained in that mar ket, for the entire lot. which within a few months Cost " ,U0). Two i-xcellent photographic likenesses of the Presi dent of the Southern Confederacy, and Ex-President Buchanan's Secretary of VY ar, have been placed in the Rog te's Gallery at the City Hall. Xew York. At the bottom of the likenesses is written, Jefferson Itavis, the traitor," and John B. Floyd, the rob ber." The traitors in the Maryland Legislature have re sioved tuat as the present war is waged for an uncon stitutional purpose, no part of the expense incurred in carrying it on shoull be borne by their State. Resolutions were adopted also in favor of i immedi re recognition of the Southern Confederacy. .V. 1". Wort I, June II. The d Eeuliy of procuring large supplies of paper, owing t the blockade, has induced us to i?sue but half a sheet daily containing the nsnal amount of reading and such advertisements as the necessities of the times may require. Our weekly paper will be continue! on a full sheet as long as we are certain of securing supplies of stock for that purpose. . atchez Courier. Pirajraphs like the foregoing abound in the Southern papers. The want of paper has caused many journals to suspend publication. Dr. Trso os Slavery. Rer. Dr Tyng. in the eour-e of his remarks at the meeting of the American Tract Siety. made the following remarks : Slave ho!d;ng :ha is, holding men and women in bon dage was a crime. Hear me added he. as the audi ence was uproarious with applause, slavery oucht to be abolished; slavery must be abolished; slavery can be abolished; slavery will be abolished; slavery will t e aUdished by this war. If to believe that and t work f..r it is abolitionism, then I am an abolition ist." Hat I'Ok'ks The Havclock" is a style of head gear. called after the late distinguished Christian eoldier in India It is a plain cap. high in the crown, made of thick white linen, and having a cape which fills to the shoulders, covering the neck and and ears, ani' with a visor, shading the greater part of the face. The value of this cap as a security against sunstroke was satisfactorily tested by the British t roots during the Sepoy re'iellion. XtwsPAPrRs at the East The Xew York corres pondent of the Sicramento Union writes: The newspapers are all going to the dogs. The war has knocket their pins clear from under them. In the Northern and Middle States fifty have suspended pub lication within the last ninety days. Even the Her at I. yesterday, confesses that owing to business stag nation, f lilure of advertisements, and increased ex pense in furnishing news, newspaper publishing on he Atlanrc sea board was a losing business at pres ent. The weeklies are all in a bad way. The Louisville Journal of the 20th says : The ex odus feom the South at present is immense. No less thm six hundred passengers came through last eight over the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. Many of them had traveled as tar as Memphis by the steam er LoaUritle, but that boat having been confiscated there by the military mob. her passengers were sub jected to the necessity of coming through by rail. The V. S. Frio at Sstee. The frigate Santce, and the sloop-of-war .Marion, are at Portsmouth Nay Yard, and nearly ready for sea. The keel of this frigate was laid at the Portsmouth Navy Yard in 1S;.'I. ac ! she was fitted for 1 unching soon after. There she laid housed until 1S-S5. when she was over haul! and remodelled, her prow male sharper, and otherwise iinprovel. and was then launched. Again she was left to rest at the wharf until the present crisis. She is new one of the handsomest and best ships in tae navy. Her tonnage is 1,7-6. She J1' mounts 43 irun.s. j The Gbet Bctiicl Eic-spee. A dispatch from Fortress Mjnroe, of the Irth. ri B-tltimore, states that flen. Butler sent a detachment to d.elodge a force cif rebels encamped 9 miles from Hampton. The force took two routes to form a junction at Little Bethel. At that point, it being dark, the German regiment mistook friends for foes, and fired upon them, killing one add wounding others. After the error was dis covered, they marched on the Confederate encamp ment, which failing to take they retreated in good order, after losing 21 killed and 100 wounded ; ItTL Skp.vp k with tijk SjItii. we have alre i iy - ii'i, rtal tucviii f-.r the - i 1 States ; from tii- city are fcU-per.-Jcl, by cr l-r.f thetJotern rcent. With the ex-.-t-rition of tbirrv-three count :e in We-r-rri Virini-t. the letters tor which will Lei . wit to Wh--I;r, mi.! c- cnniuii.c itn n with Vir-nii, ! ; Xm:h "aro!ini. Suth Carolina. ;-org:a, FloriJ. I ; Alab-wm. Mi.iippi, I.ui'-i'jrja, Arkansas, in l Tex- ! a, i.s r.ow wholly Mif-ii'ie-i. Letters r t ices in any cf thev St ite. wiii le n-i.: to t;ie -jf t'l Inter , . Slice. .V 'y,.r. A lett'T from tne f.f the orf.cer rn boirl the frigate It'aKnK, whicii TeH ille-l fr.n Xew ! Vork recent'y, an ! ;rrivrl oj 1'i rtre-s M cr e. ' rfs thit fj.e w thi n orlere-1 t. pro-i ;e mime.l!ate!y t t. h-irieston for biockaJe duty. . lij tin !iiT.e hre hi arrive-I, po tht we now h-re at that pint trie .'i iin , r,rjta . ar. 1 . lt'afj-i.'i, three of the Let '--irrer in the LnireJ i Sta Xay, li'lei a numUr f.f gun-boats. The tl.-ka l-. therefore, c f rnrie-ton harlx r is complete. TltE WlilTwr p.TIf (h v ox Emiiriti. v. One (,f the celcr.rate-l W'hitwi.rth gun, tr-eri'e 1 bv Amtricans in Eurof to the Atnencari govermnent, a:rl which; arriveI in the I5ritih fteamhip l'rui, wis on ex-; hlbitiun in XVw V rk. The exhibition attiacte-1 aj large number ot c:tiz'-ti. who rr.inift te-J much o.iti- j Nation at the arrival of this serviceable piece of or J- j n jn'-e. i John Merrim in. l'resi lent of the Miry! ml Agri Cii!tiirI Sficiery, has ren arrestel m a charge of burning the briJe at Cock eyv He a Imits the charge, ati'l say he has a written order from the authorities directing the destruction of the bridge?. He has been taken to Fort McHenrj. General CaJwalaJer has teen ervel by Judge Taney, of the United States Supreme Court, with a writ of habeas corpus in the cac of Merriman. ar- i resred for treason in burning the Baltimore railway t bridges, bnt refused to obey it until he could hear ' from the A (ministration at Vi'ashintoii. wiiereury.n 1 the Judge issued a writ for the arrest of the General j j nirnseir, wmcn, ol course, was useless. j The government has t-ucceeded in eecuring ail the j i ... . .ii .i . . i i I jioiucis oi uii me linns iiianuiacrories nnu CiMion I foundries in Great Britain, which are permitted to make arms for foreign tates, f.jr three months to come. This deceive movement will at once strengthen the government in its efj .rts, and will also serve the further purpose of convincing the British government that there is to be no half way wotk in the pending . war. ! At a council of war hell in Washington on the 1 l-'oth of June, the plans of the campaign were fully j developed and licuse I ; but all that had transpired J ! in reunion io rnem wus, mat ttio union lorces were I ready, and that a blow would soon be struck. It is ! , pro bable, however, that no important movement of j I the Federal troops was intended until after the meet- j ; ir.g of Congress on the 4th of July, when that lody ! j will dwuhtless fully sanction the measures adopted by ' ttie 1 resident. I Effects of the Blot kal-e on Missol'im. The pro. ; ducers, commisioii merchants, and ijr.iin and provi-! ion dealers of Minsourt generally will sutler very lit- tie in the long run from the blockade, as long as the 1 State continues loyal. The change will be one rather i in the direction than in the quantity or profit of! 1 We-tern commerce. That which has hitherto gone t down the Mississippi, mill now go mainly by rail lo ! ; ths Atlantic seaboard, and to the great military de- j pots of the Cnited States. j lit KLL OF THE Lo.NIw.N Times." Having got. i through with his toadying of the Southern rebels, and planted his feei i.nee more upon free boil, Mr. j j Ku til of the London Tirms, has now set himself to i . the ta-k of propitiating the wrath which be fears of j j the North lor hi Secession-sympathizing letters to j ; his employers. Russell complains that his letters to ! j the Tint' were tampered with by his Southern j j Iriei ds, intimating tnereby that be bus not been j ' writing so strongly in the interest f.f the rebels as his j ; productions how upon their face. That dodge will I hardly do. J j YVori is L'se While there are nearly 100,000 ' ! words in the English language, scarcely any one j j writer uses more than 10.000. and few people use in j i conversation more than 3,01)0. Shakespeare has not more than lo.OOO and Milton but The wants , ' of the world require but few words for their espies- ! ! bion. The Egyptians had but X00 hieroglyphics, in j men tneir history lor successive ages was written. A typographical fighter has screwed his courage i up to the .iirv-ing point, and enlisted in the Warren j Artillery, Fall River, Mas.. which leaves soon for i the seat of conflict. Armed with the shootinz-stirk, j and the t. he will press his way throusrh the rebel I lious hosts to Washington, utiles the chivalry unlock bis form, and knock him into , in which cass he declares the bti of glory preferrable to a "sit." From his well known bravery, we doubt not he will giie the enemy an abundance of leaded matter. A grumbling Southern editor writes : It is impossi ble to collect atirthing. and, unless times get better j shortly. I fear we newspaper men will have to "cave 5n." The additional postage and tariff on the white paper we use will kill off at least half the papers in the Southern Confederacy. The Montgomery Con- vention, instead of adopting some measures to stop the circulation of abolition papers and build up our hom! papers, have adopted measures to build un i Northern atid break down Southern papers. Doesticks" Married. Mr. Mortimer Thompson. , better known n Doesticks." was married recently i by the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, to Miss Grace ' Eldredge, eldest daughter of Fanny Fern." The ; ceremony took place at the residence of Jarnes Par ! ton, Esvp, the celebrated biographer. The patriotic ' mother ot the bride hail an elegant American ' flag arranged as a caropy, beneath which the happy ! couple were united. j W'm. D. Gallagher, of Kentucky, lately ennfiden- I' tial Clerk of the Secretary of the Treasury, has been appointed Collector of the Port of New Orleans, and leaves Washington for Cairo to-morrow. He will accompany the L'nited States troops on their progress down the Mississippi, and there can be no doubt that i his appointment and departure for that point indi- !cate an advance, at the earliest practicable moment, npen Memphis. This will not be for some weeks, but will move Southwardly with the Flag, restoring I the commercial relations of the I'nirn ami HfiirT j up all lines of transportation for the rebels, as he ! proceeds. It may not be generally known that the I Collection District of New Orleans e-nbrnces the val j leys of the Mississippi and Ohio, including their trib utaries, and reaching as far east as Pittsburg. The so-called Collector of Louisville, and other towns within the District are only Surveyors, agents of the New Orleans Collector. Phrases is Pke-ext Use in Exclaxd. Such elegancies of larigutice as Let on." ' Lather," Larrup," "Mizzle." ke. &c. are not in the least peculiar to our kinsmen over the water. "Let be" j is a good old formula, common, we believe, to this ! day in every county in Fngland. " He ain't" and I he don't" are vile modern Anglicism, which were ued not very long ago by those who ought to have known better. You should ha went" is good Cockney-Knglish still; ' seen" does duty as a prete- j rite for saw in rustic conversation everywhere; ; fop" for "stay," and lay" fir "lie," you may j hear continually, not only from illiterate people, but from thc-e who would 1 very angry indeed if they 1 were considered so. Vour'n," her'n" and ' "his'n." (and even sh'.s'n.) are as good Berkshire as . Xew York, any day. Blackircid's -Magazine. I Origix of the Term Wild-Goose Chase. Wild J goose chase was a term used to express a sort of ra ' cing on horseback, formerly practised, resembling ( the flying of wild geese : those birds generally go in triin one after another, not in confused flocks as i other birds do. In this tort of race the two horses, ' after running twelve score yards, had liberty, which ' horse soever could get the lead, to take what ground ' the jockey pleased, the hindermost horse being i bound to follow him within a certain distance agreed ! on by the articles, or else to be whipped in by the ! triars and ju l;es who rode by ; and whichever horse could distance the other won the race. This sort of racing was not lone in common use. for it was found ' inhuman, and destructive of good hotes. when two 1 such were matched together ; for in this case neither 1 was able to distance the other till they were both ' ready to sink under their ri lers : and often two ; ery good horse were both spoiled, 1 forced to be drawn at last The i sort of racing soon brought in the 1 use, of only running over a cert and the wagers mischief of this method now in t in quantity of 'grouni, and determining the plate or wager by : coming in first at the winning-post. The phrase i " wild-goose chase " is now employed to denote a j fruitless attempt or an enterprise undertaken with I little probability of success. HONOLULU STKAM FLOUIt MILL Co. rror.riet"r. G. P. Jl'M . PAVIP0E, n.I C. II. LFWKRS O. P. Jrrn. Purchasing Agent. f5- fvipr.E. isellir.fr Airent. C. II. Lkwurs, Treasurer. A"tv Szilmoii. ST RECEIVED EX V I6u l.bls. extra new balloon. ALSO FOR FAMILY ANKEE, USE, 100 half bb Salmon. -9 i'cr ssle by C. BREWKR CO. Pi:mo Foi'lo. SIIORTLV EXPECTED PER ORIENTAL fr.m Bcston, 1 Fancy case Piano Forte, 6 oct., 1 Half-round 44 (M 4 from the manufii iry of Messrs. Hall. tt ,t Cuin.ton. vtimo in struments have an unequalled n pu'.ati.m for swiftness of tine, elegance anj perfection of uiechanicai construction. ' HRKW KR , CO.. -" q ernt. All W'i. LsiHi. is io i.k I.fT Alo.ne." Thus pnke Mr. Je2er.on r'avi? in in rr.e-age to the Corigre? r.ui in . rri -n :it Montgomery. Let u interpret the wcrd of the reU-'s by their deeds. On tiie l!?rii . f L.-;riiber la-t they seized E.Tt Mf ultrie, 'a-t I'iacktu-y, the cutorn hou-e. port office and ar-ena! at 4'h ir!-Tl n. a'.! of thern in. lis- pu' ibiy the f.p.reity r.f the Frdenl Cownmpnt. On The f.f Jai. lare tht-y veize-l Forts Pubv-ki: and J ick-n, aiid t:.e L'r.-.;. i S: iti-s an-ena! at Si- TiiMi i.a. a:l cf ti.e:u in iicp..t-Liy the property of the Federal (i'.vernriiei.f. On the 4:ii f January they an I the arenai at M. t..e. :i'..-c Reizi-l Fort Morgan the pr.perty of the Federal 'i..veri;:i:eM. On the '"h of Jin'iarv t.':ev rel into t::e tar the Wesr, carrying provisioi. and reinforcements a L'nit-1 State- f ,i t On t'-.e 11th if Jinuiry they "ei.-e-l the Stares areii-il at Batun R-jtige, and f orts P Ur-ite-l ke ari l Johnsr.c. On the li'th cf January they e;?ed the I'r.ited States navy yard at Pen-acola, and Fort BirriLcas, and have ever since been preparing to attack Fort Pickens anl wre.-t it from t ii - t'nitd States. On the filst of January t'ney eiz-d the L'nited Sta'es Custom H .use at New Orleans and the Mint with its treasure. Or. the '"th of February they took, by tije sur render of the nrcb traitor Twiggs, the munitions of war and other puc'.c property in Tcxts. On the VliU tf April they lomb.irdel an J cap tured Fort Sumpter. On the 17th of April Mr. Jefierrn Davis invited offers for letfpri of marque, waging war upon private citizens as well as the Government of the L'nited States. On the l.'5'h of April the rebel Secretary of War ' publicly proclaimed their intention to attack the National Capital, and t toasted that by the 1st of May the rebel flag would float from the Federal Cap- ' itol. ' In every case of the seizure of public property they hauled down the fl is of the L'nited States and j hoisted a rebel flag in its place. j Vet '.all they want is to be let alone. i -ATrif J"ori i'ommt rcial .1 irfrtisrr. War Terms. The Columbia. 1 or Paixhan (pro- ! nounced payzan) i a large gun. designed principally j for firing shells it being far more accurate than the i ordinary hort mortar. A mortar is a very short i cannon with a larrte bore, some of them thirteen inches in diameter, for firing shells. Those in use in our army are set at an angle of forty-five desrrees, i and the range of the shell is changed by altering the ' charge of powder. The shell is caused to explode at just about the time that it strikes, by means of a ' fuse, the length tf which is adj isted to the time of: flight to be occupied by the ball, which of course, I corresponds with the range. The accuracy with j which the time tf burning of a fuse can be adjusted by varying its length is surprising. G'od artillerists generally succeed in having their shells explode almost at the exact instant of striking. In loading a ; mortar, the shell is carefully placed with the fuse . directly forward and when the piece is discharged, ! the shell is so completely enveloped with flame that, the fuse is nearly always Ered. The fuse is made by j filling a woo len cylinder with fuse powder, the cylin- : der being of snllieient length f ir the longest range, to : le cut do a ii siiorter ranges as requite 1. A Dtial green gun is an ordinary cannon, except that it is very thick at the brea.-h tor snmc three or four feet, j when it tapers down sharply to less than the usual ' size. This form was adopted in consequence of the ' experiments of Cnpt. Dhalgreen. of the L'nited States! Navy, having shown that when a gun bursts, it ' usually gives way at the breach. The Awfnra 1 is armed with these guns, and at the Brooklyn Navy 1 Yard there are sixty, weighing about i"000 ouuds I each, and six of 12,000 pounds weight each, the j former of which are capable of carrying a nine-ir.cli. ! and the latter a ten-inch shell, a distance of two or i three miles; and there is one gun of this pattern which weighs 15,'JlC pounds, and is warranted to j send an eleven-inch shell four miles. A casement is ! a stone roof to a fort, made sufficiently thick to resist i the force of cannon balls, and a casement gun is one which is placed upon a casement. A barbette gun is one which is placed on the top of the fortification. An embrasure is a hole or opening through which guns are fired from fortifications. Loop-holes are openings in walls to fire musketry through. Scien tific .Imcr icun. spcrial lotirrs. IIDXOU'br KIKE DKIMKT I EXT I olire ia hrrrbr Kirrn. that, at a Krular Meplinn of the Hoard of Kepre-entatives of this Dt iar:in.ut, held on ThursiUy eveninir. ' June rV.h, the foIloBlng (tenlleuien were appointed Kire Wardens, . to iccw for the ensuini; year : J. V. Colbcks, Esq., Warden 1st Ward. J. II. Bbotts, haq., " d " ii. C'LAI:K, Esq., " 3d J. B. Hradlcv, Eq., " 4th " The City it divided into four Wards, as follows: Ward 1 txiumled by the sen. Fort and Kine streets. Ward i txun.l-l hy Kinp, fort and Punchbowl streets. Ward 3 bounded by Kirn; Kurt and Jiuld tre ts. Ward 4 hounded by King and fort street, l'er order of the Board : J. SMITHIES, Secretary II. P. D. Honolulu, June 7. 1SG1. 264-3rn MRS. WIXSLOW-.tn Experienced .Nurse and female 1'hysician, has a foothinp Syrnp for children teeth ing, which preatly facilitate the process cf teething, hy softening gums, reducing all inflammation will allay all pain, and ure to rejtulate the bowels. DejK.n l upon it. mothers, it will give ret to yourselves, anil relief and heakh to your infants. Per fectly safe in all cases. S--e advertisement in another column. 2J4-ly-2T4 o E. &. A. I. Le Proohks deL'Ockanik Lodge, Jio-12-. under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Coun- ! cil of the Grand Central Lodire of France, working ia j the ancient Scotch Kite, holds its regnlarmeetinfts on the Wed- nesday nearest the full moon of each month, at the old Lodge j Room, in King mreet. Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend. August IS. GO-tf J P. C. J0XES, Secretary, j XOTICE. 2S . SAYIDGE, AGENT KOU Til K Honol.iln Steam Flour 31ill Coinp'y. Has on hand and for Sale cheap at BREWER'S STOXE STORE. FORT ST. OROIM) HAWAIIAN FLOUR, rveoiiUH 4 44 Unbolted 44 44 Corn meal 44 44 Cracked Corn, Whole 44 44 Bran and Shorts, 44 Wheat, 44 Buck wheat Flour, Kve Meal, 44 IVarl Barley, 100 Sacks California Oat", New Mountain Potatoes received every trip of Steamer, Chicken Feed, Fresh Groceries per 44 Yankee ' For sale at the Brick Store. N. B. All goods delivered in the city T.y Pony Express. "it'.t'-om FREMI CREAM OF TARTAR. Fresh Carh. Soda. Fresh SaWatus, Freh Spices, Fr.sh Cal. Mustard, Fresh Ground Pepper. For sale l.y S. SAVIDGE. EXTRA FAMILY FI.OUK. No. 1 China liice. Superfine Flour, F-ist Maui .Mill Flour. For pale bv S SAVIDGE. , FRESH GROUND COFFEE, Fresh Butter. For sale hy i!5S-tf S. SAVIDGE. IS4uript Itkf4 ! ON HAND. RECEIVED BV LATE A R rirai. Printed Receipt F- s i,.. Print's! Shipping Receipt R.cks, Hound Lxchanje Imx'Ws 3 to a ret. Blank Exclmiiie. Blank Promissory Notes. Fill cf Lulinc. Together with all kin Is of Marks senerally wantej in mercan i'.e or shipp::ijT business. For sale by 725-2m H. M. WHITNEY. JECEIVED BY THE WHITE SWAL- C.o.l'y's Lh.'.v's T. ..k for July. Il'jtit's ler.-r..int' Miax.ne. Eclectic. hack nun Ner. fr.in Jan. 101, ca.i l e ha.l. X'-rth Brit. Review tur Mav. K.linhunrh Reriew f. r April. Atlantic Monthly f r June. ul".?cnptioi.s rc-irril lor any of the above Iv STO-Jt. II. M. WHITNEY. i 44 The Union, it must and shall bo preserved." 1 N V A bffl RI.OI'Kf AXD LETTER PAPER. beRutitiilly prime! in g"ld and colors, with Ealeand the above motto : "i ei i v I or h s ir int.T shafts lor 1 1 -v O C ts. Fir .al hv ii M WHITNEY. 1 ' : 1 LOOK IT THIN. I K AR I). ,M.V UK WKFK. AT 1 II E UF.K. li--!'lUr;lljt. of . ij - ii. .ji ai.d the null ttOi-. the un.W-- .! f t i ; '. vptr u eti. from i.'.e ii ,f !i I . fanii-li boiirl as m rovii.M r or :.v- J..;:.r. :.:;u--'. tlie oli lablr at 5 per f-k, A -ii-jT w. ; tsr ervl to or!i r. ti.i, u. t r.f.iC.l !..;, charpe of the ill C: ;e.,n,l.' ocned ir.ter... to ut: ii. ... ;i: t i.ii iki i.ihvr i'. Thcrr w ..i wher ir-:n.'-;-: .i; ET y. V. eosinarv i -t . r-: -; i A i'.j:.! ..'.au:.. : Uori-Vu;.:. M:.v -. of to 1 :r m.v is re ia--....l It li. WILHrXM. vi:w BOOKS JUST RECEIVED x " Yankee !" 'KIloTKIlN I'ICT. DKTIOVAUV iee:T f .iir.Tin 11 ne l'lftionary, .i. W r-- II.--:. . :,.! I .ct,- : :uy. $1 :.u. W-. -;. rs s, t. ! li.i'tioi.ary . cn -N : . n;o l'r. lit. r. '1 ;,e T.i ;-. 'i Aioer.i.m f.'aft Pririi'-r I'my-T B'-os. '1W- Nrw fiinn.rri sclera. 'I (.- 11 .v:i I ri.i)' bv. TVOody's I.'IWyer. l'i-!i' A-:-l.v:.t. law .;s-p. JI. l'aiia's Trip to Cut. a anl link. The Pl.vs ..I..ZV of Marr.uje. M..;.e.-l". l.n f . li.uie. ll.iii"l us I.:te and .erter-a. lOu-ki.oi.l's "uri- sitie-i of l.it.'ruture. lii p-t. N.tOi:ii:c:il.''s N.-o-- oil Nur:np. T.'.e M. u:.i n;:..n I'ap-rs, hv 11. Everett. A Miniial '.f !!. kl.irdir.L'. t Makt-rs' f". in nnion. Dr. IlaTs r.i'-i'Chilis ai;d Kindred D.ieasrs. Ir. liuii'- Hand !. oT CoiiriU'iipuon. Chapiii ui's lraw,ng I;.. ana Copy H'Xiks. Kwrett's rat:oiis A vol, complete, y. The ?t 11 Hour, 1 v Prof. Phelps. I.iyU of tli- Kh.z. T-nnvs .n's rooin-, blue and S''M. l.oM.-Vellow'-i l'.nis. ' I due and iTold." The M utile fawn, by Hawthorne 2 roU. iiit :Hndish. I y I-on'tviiow. 'il'-ndorf 's Sparoh lirammar and Key. A.ll-r'- U-rman dictionary, saieeis pani-h l'ictiinary. Ka!tM'iii!iiii:s L:.t:n lictanary. Andrew's Laliii lexicon. '1 h.-rnp-on's H:L.'li.-r Antirnetics. l'.ol.ii. son's American Arithmetics. I urn's A rithnirti..-!-. The Executor's ttuid". 1 2.. Tlie Voiinn Ladies' linide io lientility. The I'arlor Leiier ritei. Albums, an asrurtaieui. f I -r.'i'p Li'XiCoii. I'arlor M ilmc, . book of Entertaiuments. Thethld fellows' Manual. Th- t urner f. upooard. The able, or loo; Amusements. The Ii.'lio:.arv of Love. El lureidcs, by the Author of the Lamplighter. Ia.h'nii.i-el!e Mjri, a tale of M-nlcrn Kime. Tlie Ss-nu lclache.i House, a novel. elf Help, or Character and Conduct. I'apt. Adams, the California Hear Hunter. I'rescim's History uf the Telccraph. The Hoy's Hook of Animals. The Avoidant,- Causes of lis..'ase. tiruy's Manual of Hotany. tray's Manual of eoloy. The Ebony Idol. .scrap H.H.ks. lai L'e A-s..rtmM.t of Copy I5.mks !nd Toy HookR. Mrs. Ju l .n's M-nioirs and Leiteni. Life of t'arlrle. Evenings W illi the His-trines. llo, s and fear, or is-ih-s tronAhe Life of a Spinster. Th- i'euy Annoyances ol larried Ife. The Teacher's l;io!,. The Websitr's r-pdling Book, Tennys.i!r .Maud. Sketches bv Ho?., llloken's. Havid fopperh.-ld. Liltle Imrrit. I'on.bey and on. i Hiver (' it. Jiickens' New Stories. Barnaby Kudi;e. Curiosity Shop. Bleak House. Lieutenant Co'iiurn. or the disinherited. Th Haven and the Home. The Shadow in the House. Livinir Words, by Kev. K. II. Chapin. Emerson's Conduct of Life. How to behave, a book on Etiquette. Physiology of Mair-ae. I'arton's Life n Andn-w Jackson Z vols. The new I'niversal Speaker. The Reason Why. t'ushing Manual of parliamentary Debate, 7&c. The Missionary packet "Morning Star," $1. The family U.ictor. Pitman's .Manual of Phouoirraphy, $1 '2j. lr. Hall on Neep. hr. fildharn at Urcystnnes. Theory of Politics and Revolutions. Parley's Natural Thenlo-iy, 2 vols. Jui.-t Thouehts for ljuiet Hours. Poems by ('has. Mackay. II irke on the Sublime and Beautiful. The Hoonied Chief, or Two Hundred year ago. Mrs. Partington's Knitting Work. Charles Mackay's Poems. Ir. fddham at fireystones, and hU Talk there. Onwaid. by Wiseom. Burke on the Sublime and Beautiful. Travels and Study in Italy. I.uey Crofton, a novel. Kmtt.nc Work, (Madame Partincon.) lienuaiue, translated by Mary L. Booth. Young Housekeeper's friend. l'r. Smith's Smaller History of Ureeee. S'ven Years. Kavauak'h. following the brum, by Jlr. Wiele. I L YEN ILES Honey Blossoms. Paul anil Virginia. Juvenile Keepsake. Y onder Eyes. Pleasant '.'aths. Hob and Walter. Karl Kringle. Tales from father Land. Iieaf Shoemaker. Little Savoyard. Where there's a will there's a way. Pictures and flowers. At hitenoge Woodchuck. Baby Nightcaps. N'el'.y and her friends. Nelly and her boat. Men who have risen, a book for boys, tuiet Thought. Spanish Pictures. Children's Bible Picture Book. Children's Picture fable Book. Children's Picture Book of Birds. Swiss Pictures. Variety of Albums. Harier's, Learner Series, and a great variety of new and at tractive Juveniles, Tov Hooks, etc., etc. -f'9 -m ' II. M. WHITNEY. THE AMERIGAN WAR ! Papers nud jlagazincs. NOW IS THE TIME FJIO COM M E XC ESC BSC R I PTIOX'S. M. sons wishiiii: to tutiscrilx; for anv of the followinc Per- I American or English Newspapers or Magazines, can be supplie.l at any time, by pemlinj; in their orders immriliateiy. These pairs are furnished hy the subscriber IS BETTER CONHITIOX AXD CHEAPER than ther can be procure,l from any (.tier source, either in t'alifornia or New i loru. Subscribers will r-'ceii e them punctually on the arrival of each packet, when paid foi in advance. No p- rs.in who takrs any interest in the political afTairs of the old countries, shmild be vithout a regular supply of one or more monthly periodicals. The follow nig prices cover the Hawaiian, American and British postages on the same. XT' Subscription payable alu aui in adt ante. jT MAGAZINES. Per annum. Harper's Monthlv Maeazine, - - - $ 5 UO Atlantic Monthly Mairaiine, - ... 5 00 Uoiley's lady's - . - 6 00 Ishe's MHLMzine of Fashion, .... 500 Hunt's Merchants' Map izinc, ... 6 00 Knii'kerlMM-ker .... 500 Eclectic 600 Littel's Livinir Aire, (weekly) .... TOO Rlackwo.T .Vairiuiii?, (KiitlisJi) - - 5 00 The Iindon C.-rnhill Magazine, ... - OO The L.nJrii T. -miil.tr do. - . - - 7 00 Biackw.xl and the 4 British Quarterlies, - 15 00 Either of the 4 British Qnrterli-8, - 3 00 KX ILIsil NEWSPAPERS. London Illustrated News, (weekly) ... 14 fJ " Evemnir Mail 'tri-weeklv Elitionofthc le.i.d .ti Tunes.) 25 00 " Punch, .'weeklv) .... H 00 " Ih-spatch. " - - - - 13 00 The Examiner. .... . 13 00 Bell's Life m London, ... . 14 00 j I-md. m Weekly Times. .... 10 00 j Lloyd's Weekly Newspair. ... 10 00 ! French Courier d.s Etats I'nis. ... TOO AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS. ' Sew ork l .-rald, (weeklvi .... 1500 York l .-rald, (weekly) . " world .... " " Tribune, - " Times, " . . " " Led-r. 'a Story Family Paper.) " " Van. ty Fair, rthe American Punch.) Le.lie's Illustrated Newspaper, (weekly) Harper's Weekly, ... -San Francisco li. raid, - ... " bulletin. - " " A Ita California, .... Boston Jiurr..il, (weekly) ..... Welcome Ou-t, ... . New Bedf.-rJ Mercury, ..... Stiip List, ..... The aV.ve list comprises the best of British and 6 00 4 00 4 00 5 00 I 5 00 ! 5 00 5 00 1 8 00 8 00 8 00 ; 500 5 00 4 00 I 4 00 j American pATKklical literntup-, and will be supplied I" subscribers here ' at the rit--. ai.n---d to each penolical. They are all repu larly rviv-l by each picket frr.m the Cnited State.. ani can be supplied n application. The un.lernisrned willalsoorder by mill my pr. per not in the above list for those who may desirn ' them. ! Besides the above, the f. . II.. wine paper can always b had at , the c-"urter on the arrival r.f each mail : ; St. Louis Republican, N. Y. Ledger, i Louisville J .'iirnal, Budret cf Fun, Forney's Press, H :-t..n Journal, Vanity Fur, Porter's Spirit, X. York W..rld. California papers, ' Xew urle. ins I'elta. i ir-i: .u pajrs. And ruanv others, too numerous to speclfv. Honolulu, July. 161. H. M. WHITNEY. S:iIiiioii ! soo BBLS. SUPERIOR SALMON RE -ceive ! ex R. A.Co's ship Aicout I., and Io ' :'--2u: II H ACKFELD A Co. f J ntif rf'Tfiiiiiif? Fi' r.i vi'.n J1 ST R K tti- U:;.l-ri s.lI.K lil i 75 BiK Hawaiian Uctf. ! ' 0. I'a.-'. -l Ri.a Cur-.! ;a Ti; Nla: C1IAS I S..I: i k i:vkr. : SEWING MACHINES! ar. ti.M.l . EFT. Y I I.I.I A !. EV tMA ilouhlr : .-f -r i-r. i-'r-a.. patent M.iol.:ne sliri-... in c.,; to jet .-ut ot K..r t v .iii.l sui ;.. Ivr-rv fuiiu.v sli.ui -..l-j BOATS. LAKliK Siii .'t;.- l KE liOA l fi. lonjt, 1 II. i ti '1 1 V t. ah B.-.it.. ;rta ls:,. B.'au. I'o'.ar IVicktt liurtts, v lotehaii H ;.:, u.ik t'o4-t. r H. at., fin :' to ft 1 i.c BREWER .V Cu. ' K..r s il hv (J4T..,i C. 1)1 o mttixi; Cabinet li. sk: f. i DESKS-:. r c.'.ii.tir.i; r'ms. llllf-siird 1. -47-1 for sale b '. UKEWEll 4 CO 50 I)o.. ;s (mi loo do Brooms, El I'AII.S- -M nets Painte.1 Tubs. Jo do. Fancy Baskets, 40 do.. Painted Bucket: It-it ies' Willow Carrtajt China Rambisi Chairs, Raliy .lumper-, N.'-: Irnriks. for sale br C. BREWER CO 1 PUMPS. 1AKI.E EXKIXE WE 1. 1. I I" MI'S A Y'ar.f force I'umps, Copper Kitchen Pumps, Small f on-e Pumps. , for sale bv 27-c C. BREWER i CO. IVineiit. Fire Sand. A.c. 1ri Bit US. CKMF.XT. 3 W '20 bbls fire Sand, ill bbls. Calcined Plaster, for sale bv C. BREWER Jt CO 2i.-i CUMBERLAND COAL. fJIIIE Sl'BSCRI HERS OEEER EUR SALE CO CASKS CTMIli:itl,AM CO A Is, 24T-q C. BREWER CO. COMMISSION AND PURCHASING AGENT ! SAX FAXCISCO. O ,RIERS FOR I'I'IK'IIASE OF M fit. of every description, are solicited chandise and articl.. by the undersigned. A residence in this cify often years, and an experience in the i business, of nea dy the same length of time, are considered ; a sutVieient to warrant the contidenee of ersona in the countrv who occasionally require to make purchases here, through the ! agency of a reliable party, or who may be looking for a perma- nent Agent in San Francisco. To either the advertiser oifcr his ', services, assuring all who intrust orders to him, that no effort ! shall be spared to execute their comiuitsions satisfactorily. All Orders must lie accompanied with the Cash or City j Reference. " : Those desiring information concerning the undersigned, are . referred lo Wm. T. CoLr.MA.s" k. Co., San Francisco. j J. II. Cooiiii i. .M Co., j C. I.asolkv. lru'i;ist, Flint, Pfabohv a: Co., i Ira P. Rankin, . Ross, Dkvpstkk Co., ' , J. Astiio.w ,v Co., l'nion Office, Sacramento City, I And to the Proprietor uf the P.tc. Cohmkuciai. A OVKRTISkK, I Honolulu. j X. B. Orders lor Machinery, Pianofortes, Melodeons. Sewing ', Machines. Watches, Jewelry, Ate., will be attended to bv com- i petent judges. X.. V. FISHER. Commission- AN1, Pi hi hasisu Agent, G's( WASHINGTON STREET, upstairs. Opposite Maguire's U'ra House, 202-tf SAN FRANCISOC. -TO WHALEMEN ! VISITING HEW ZEALAND!! Akiroa, Nkw Zkalanii, I Lnt. (.ViiWr Head), 41 4S' 34" S., Ion? -,2 59' 47" K. $ i riMUS EXCEI.I.EXT II AKBUR IS SITCATED H at the S.E. end of Ranks' Peninsula. Latitude (Middle i Head) 43 4"' 34" S., long. 172 5tf' 47 mid c. 3 hours 24 minutes. B. High water r. The heads are remarkably bold and high. The S. head is much the higher, with a reef running off & short distance; off the N. head is a large Hat rock, called the longboat. The breadth of the entrance is about three-quarters of a mile ; the course in is N.W. at first, and then the harltor turns nearly due N. Great caution must tie observed in entering with a S.W. wiuil, as it rushes in batlling and heavy squalls over the land abive the S. head, which rises to a height between 1500 and 2000 feet, liepth ot water, 14 fathoms inside the heads. The usual anchorage is on the K. shore, about 5 miles up, ill the tlrst bay, with a row of houses on the beach, in 6 to S fathoms. Give a good berth to Green's Point before entering this bay, a5 a reef extends about one-eighth of a mile off it. The shores are bold to throughout. If a hot wind is blowing from N.W., do not attempt to enter, as it is dead out and very puffy off the. laud. Running in with a strong S.W. wind (by which the hot wind is always followed.) keep under low canvas, lower lifts well taut, and lore topmast staysail up. Willie-waws are sometimes to be exjierienced when between the highest lands, about 1 mile t. IV miles inside. When you have alt the town om-ii you are abreast of Green's Point. The best and most convenient lierth is Green's Point on, with the next point of a little bay S. of it, 1 and the southernmost house on the beach, with three dormer I windows on the roof, (Ilruce's Hotel.) on with the low building j to the westward of it, mil off shore, in 3 fathoms. Holding ground stiff, retentive clay, covered with blue mud. If ant- ships are in the road, the only consideration is to give them a clear berth, to weigh with the wind from the westward. The Harlor Master will always board you. ROBERT GRKAVKS, Collector of Customs and Harbor Master. Custom House, Akaroa, .lune '27, 1S0O. 243-;im-265 Till A. V. WORLD, AX INDEPENDENT DULY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, For National Circulation AND FAMILY READING. TMIE WORLD IS AX IMPERIAL quart journal, published in the City of Xew York, aiming to be, in respect to all objects which truly belong to the province of a secular journal. The Finest Newspaper in America, Not assuming or seeking to be a preacher of relicious doctrine, hut recopnizinsr, in all its judgments m the practical affairs of life, the authority and eilicacy of CHRISTIA.V PRIXCIPI.E AXD CHRISTIA.V TRl'TffS. ALL THE NEWS Will lie found in its columns, in every department of human activity, POLITICAL, AGRICULTURAL, SCIENTIFIC, COMMERCIAL. As well as iu LITERATURE, SCIENCE and ART. In all that concerns mental and moial pro-ress and culture it will be first and foremost. RELI'ilOl'jj and EIiL'CATIO.NAL TOPICS and NEWS, therefore, will receive sje-cial attention, and also all NEW PI" BLICATI' 'NS, INVENTIONS, DIS COVERIES, and WORKS Of ART. The Forrlgn ami Domestic CorrmponilrtKe of the World Is unequalled; not from the North alone, hut from the South, East and West. In every State, it has a regular paid corres pondent, always a resident of character and position. In Great Britain. France, Ucrmany. Italy, Turkey, Syria, China, Japan, South America and Africa, we have paid correspondents. IN POLITICS, THE WORLD will he independent, but never neutral, never lendinsr itself to party servi., but helping the good and expo ine the bad in all parti--s. National on the side of the l'nion, the Constitution, and the Laws, and upholding also the Doc trine of the Fathers." To the l.'apitalist. the Merchant, the Mechanic, the Farmer, no paper offers such inducements and interest. For each department it has a special editor Agricul ture, ll'-rticuliure. Scientific, Literary, Political, etc , etc., and so reflect in it.s colutnus the last and best results of the life and work of the world. AVKKKLY EDITION. This will contain all the daily matter of the most importance to the country at large. Special attention is paid to the Agri cultural. Horticultural and Mechanical Ifc-partinents. Its Pro vision, Cattle and other rnark-t reports are prepared with the greatest care. iTice I . a year. The above is one of the very best American papers, for gen eral news, and we can safely commend it to all who wish a cheap metropolitan newspaper, subscribers to the Uommrrria, on renewing their subscription. July 1, can procure the N. Y. WORLD, by the payment of two dollar in addition to the subscription price f..r the Commercial, making f4) si, payable in advance. Fur such, the paper will be ordered to come by mail. Those who prefer takincr the World " from our news office, can obtain it at any time. iistaires paid, for $5 00 a vear. Adir-ss- 2'0--2m H. M. WHITNEY. ZVotice. EIN; ABOl'T LEAVING THIS KIXT.'- d.-m, I herehv eive notice that I have appointed Theo. C Heuck. Es.., to act as my ak'.-tit. S. HOFFMEYKR. Honol Jlu. May s, IsOI. '2'j ;;a Ii.ii'.s of the S. I. 1ST RECEIVED FROM WASHINGTON a few copies of the fine Chart of the Sandwich Islands, prepared by order of the U. S. Government, to accompany the' c Report of vl ilkes Exploring Expedition. These Charts are considered the mot correct surveys ever made of our group, and a f-w copies have been expressly printed on heavy map J paper, for sale in Honolulu. Every resident, and also those en- j paed in the Coasting Trade, should possess a coj.y. I For ale by j V. " v urrvrv ' '.''ft'1 RKcn, vir iiilo iv ki:t! 1 Ii K ; o.I ire Ili.N.M.lLr f.r H I Ll n-cuUrl.v . vrr, week i't :o l'i i s- t.. ..- from H l,, -t " A. K. I.AKK. SANDWICH ISLAND IMriiHTf. ONLY REiiri.AU I.I N E fRUMTHK FIRST CLASS Mill's, r. ?. w;:i iepifi,.-a qarter.v fn:u Coiuue -I Wharf, ' Jaar, co;. u, in the taotitrn ot Marrh. M:l, riteinbrr ami Oeeriubrr "r Mother pan.cul.ir see upectai advertis, ments in.lailv I'lir oi the above months. ' torireuht nr passai: to, or .'.rafts on H inoluh' 11 KN K Y A. PIERCE. . hj piy to S.mdwich Islau l Packet niV.ce. 67 Comin.-rc.al Wharf. Boston. AiiKNTS - IL-uolulu New York. New Reilford C. ItHk'WkH i Co Sutt-.n .V Cu. Cis'.k i Snow, ii t: vi:lln, C '' ;s vxnuo a. roj x ! is r.ss, bY Tlie REDl LAK PACKETS HETWEEV HON. il l 11' ANl SAN f RANl I SCO. for the sj-e,ly and safe conveyance of Merchandise. Coin, let ters and valuable parcels, to i 11 parts i i the UNITED STATES. OAX.UU AND EUROPE The A cent at Honolulu sells bills of ev.-hant'c in sums to suit on Wells fariro Co., San frai.cisc or New York. Also W'eiu, Farc.o a: Co.'s franked I". !v flove-nmcnt envelojies, whi h pass free over the California and coast routes, and over the Atlantic route from San f raueisco to New Yoik. Commissions and collections prumptlv attended to. Oct. l.lsib-tf. A.J. CAIITWRHJHT, Agent. III iisscs of tin Scaf of War rOW. WHILE CIVIL, WAR OW. IIII.E CIVIL, WAR IS HAG(i . in the I niteil Mates, every cue should have a map to follow the movements of the armies. M'Nalley's ScIhhiI Alias showing the States on a larre scale, is th N-st to to had. Price SI OO. (Jo4-lm) 11. M. HITNEY". CiAS Oils, ! GAS!! C.A.S!!! TKIlJUflfAXT. flIIE l'XTERSIXEI I'XDERSTAM). ing that the gasometer is again aismt. to sus;end onera- ':"' ffcrs to the public a lot ol about 4000 gallons of Si i-kkior I" ilar Oil, in quantities to suit. Also on hand, the celebrated Cocoanut oil from Fanning' Island, which burns with a clear lii.'ht, anil emits no smoke C.. C. McLEAX. , 'JtJ-6iii Nuuanu Street. CHOICE GROCERIES I! Jl'ST U EC EIVKI). EX T HE- VAX K EE AT FAMILY GROCERY AND IT1 e eel Store ! ,r,l)',MOM.E OF THE CHOICE O01,OXG Tr.'A, in ten-pouiui Ixixos, for s;ile at the Family ( Jrocery arnl Ftn-d Store. JH7-2I11 " A. D. CARTWRIflHT. rirnVSOMK OF THE CHOI ("EST 7ll EE X TKA, in Sfven-pound boxes, lor eiile ut the f amily Grocvrj and Feed Store. A. I). CART WRIGHT. 'I'RV SOME OF THE Califarni. 7YTl in half gallon and quart bottles, for sale at I the Family Grocery and feed Store. A. D. CARTWRIGIIT. T 1RV SOME OF THE ROLIRiM HAI'SiOEM. lor sale at the Family Grocery and Feed Store A. I. CART WRIGHT. 'rHlIZ riru .-More. A. D. CARTWRIGHT. MMKr SOME OF THE PRESERVED GINGER - in jars, for sale at the Family Grocery and Feed Store. A. Ii. CARTWRIGHT. fl'RVSOME OF THE Cnlifornin Jumble.. Ginger Cakes, (linger Snaps, Jenny Lind ('tikes, Sugar Crackers ; Soda, Boston, Graham, Milk, Oyster, Wine, Water and Picnic Craekern, lor sale at retail at the Family Grocery and Feed Store. A. I). CARTWRIGIIT. Krax : 1 1-4 BRAX II BRA X ! ! ! XEW- cents per pound, for salt! at -AT the 1 amily Grocery and reed Store. A. I. CARTWRIGIIT. M A I I OAT II A V, 1 1 California Oat Hay, New Barley , - - - 1 cent per pound, - 14c 44 44 New Corn, - - - - 1 At the Family Grocery and Feed Store. A. U. CARTWRIGHT. T Al l MOUNTAIN POTATOES, Kawaihae Pot a toed, California and Humboldt Bay Potatoes, At the Family Grocery and Feed Store. A. I). CARTWRIGIIT. tSLAXD WHITE BEANS, Island Colored .IV-ans, t'alifornia Pea lieans, Chile Dayos lii-ans, For sale at the Family Grocery and Feed Store. A. D. CARTWRIGHT. CALIFORNIA "PIONEER MILLS" EXTRA Family Flour, Honolulu Mill Flour, new, Maui Mills Flour, 44 Corn Meal, fresh, 12 lb., 2") lb. and 501b. hairs. Wheat Meal, fresh, 12 lb., 2- lb. and 50 lb. oags. For Rile at the Family Grocery and Feed Store. A. D. CARTWRIGIIT. BIASES AND IIARRELSSAN FKArnf:n Pilot Br-'ad, f.irsale at the Family Grocery and Feed Store. 257-'Jm A. l. CARTWRIGHT. HMRV SOME OF THE Culffornin Homonjr, Hllflf whinr Pl.mr ror sale at the Family Grocery and Feed Store. A. I). CARTWRIGHT." FRESH GROCERIES AT THE FAMILY GROCERY AND JUST RECEIVED per "COMET," AVER RAISINS. II A LP BOXES. " 4' quarter hKixes. New Buckwheat Flour. Horse-I'addi.sh, in bottles. Humboldt IJav Potatoes. 2G4-2m " A. I). CARTWRIGHT. CAL. SODA CRACK ERS. California Sugar Crackers. Ouster .Milk Wine A. 264-2m D. CARTWRIGIIT. 1ALIFOKNI BOSTON CRACK RES. Graham 44 Jennv Lind Cakes. Pilot'liread. Preston & Merrill's Yeast Powder. 204-2m A. D. CARTWRIGIIT. piALIFORNIA CREAM CHEESE. ' Smoked Salmon. B-ef. New Codfish. New White IJeans. 2G4-2m A. D. CARTWRIGHT. CASES ASSORTED JAMS. Cases Strawlrrv .lum An-ortl Am. Pie Fruits. Hamlin ,fc Baker's Ojbteri, Le Rrun's do. A. D. CARTWRIGHT. 2'A-2m FRESH CROIM) CORN MEAL Fresh G'raurid Wli.eit M..l J'strti California Family Flour, New Maui Flour (new crop.) Oregon Lard at Retail. A. 1). CART WRIGHT. 2o4-2m "1,4 LI FOR X I A OAT HAY. Rran , Oat-, Rarley. A. D. CARTWRIGIIT. 2G4-2m "H.iN t , , '. .. iiy J. ii. com:. Hial INfad on Kuril it u rp K ii k ti i SlrrM, at Auction ' and Vilbut Krvrir, On Saturday. Aug. IO, at l o'clock A.M. ON THE PREMISES. WILL II K SI I. The 1 1 o u an l.mt rtivmly ivrupird l.y f. I Hank.. Ksq.. and adjoining the Eierett premise.. Thr'uihl me.ure " f.s-t fr..nl and --nj e-t d.s p. the ..usP i. .ubslmitial SIM tonim.siions. in:e, f,c s,n,pie-s.ii i.ri.i. made known uuir ox :ue. ALm-- t the same tone wdl (- sold il.e Fl'KXirrRf. the house, c..us;stiiifc- of Maible Cert.a T..ble, NIrji. Seiusr Tables. Chairs, Ko Ik'.trad.. f.e.l.l n, EmrraviiiKK, Bureau. W ardrohe, Waj.hstar.de. sc. f r further p .rtK'uJ.r. apply to J H. Ci'l.E, Auctioneer. ! NOTICE! IRIV1ES .EAXEII ly t x)-d.iion-l y andcht up BV VH.'IIT. SKAT. l-at p er. lers with Pl.iiW V . at the l.iveiy Mabirs. opp.ile the .Sail T S It.HlK' driver of the Wa.kiki ll.it V aaton. , or with the V..e-! f STATIOXKISY riIIE MERSI(;fl II AS UE EM El bv .lit! rt'nl urrtvul-, ihf l.il.'Wtfi :L-torim,-iit of Sinhuii. cr, l vUich Kr woul.l rtiMvifu.tjr call atU'nti iu S-tti flnr aoot UK.k, frwn 1 t. 6 quire. Round and b it ki.-r weights. Enameled paj-TS. asatd clols. itold i.alance i r American com. oraih'.a Us.ks aihl tablets. Tack mem Iss.ks, every variety. IC Iks ks, all sixes, Uule.1 and uuruhsl cap pais-r, ' letter pajs r, f anc v, plain A; ruled note paper Broad a al narrow bill pas-r, Re.1 and white blotting paper. Post otlice eilvelon; SIST lA'gal cap paer. Red lead is ncils, I'rawinc " several kind". Ponfoh.-s, with 4 without hs'kt, , Banker.' cases and wall. ts vl all sires an 1 variety. Pencil leads, s. ite iticds. s almc .ii. s. teral varieti,-s. Round and flat ebony and ma- hocany ruc , le tter clips lip.nii., gili Is.ard, lriiite, ami bl. uk receipi lsik. Iso-oiiennl cab 'idars. Tin paKT cult rs, Noiariiil sells, desk blotters. Letter copying Isioks, l.oWfsxl sand !oxes. Ink, black, blue, re, I. carmint. Tissue iiain-r i t nil colors. copying and indelible. Physicians' vi-iting hats. Steel ikmis. including Hunt's, Patent ink aii.l pencil erasers, Hmks. Wells, ildlots, Nos. P.ti monnaiep. a ranety , Tu5, Uo.1, and Barnanl's vul- Invoice files. i rocvo cijtar cs. i anize.1 pens, ami a large van- iiuiuiimm label s, bill Ins.ks, ety of new styles Marking bru- Bristol board. Envelope., a great variety. Wafers, fancy and common. IVnholdern, a great variety, Hoxes water colors. Cs mathematical instruments, 1 vory tr cocoa handled eraser Red tape. Linen and office twine. Ivory ir Ihixwo.n1 letters stamps ttuinmed lawyer's seals. i'anls of even S"hn. copy ts. Cargo hooks p. Flat copying i i Sli pping pais i Naut ical alma , Thermometer- India rubber . variety, '., many kinds, iit.il, ishrs. cs. IS (50-1. f various sites, inds for tiling papers. , lb'w.md tr nn r-il wafer s ands Vis.ta matches And Inixrs. Splendid steel plate blank I tes, and exel t'opiM-r and griNltum is ns for r.sl ink. "IK. Coheu's spring holders for music, coin tr s and boxes, IJoxw.skl and glass si-n-w top traveling in. stands. Flat glass and drop top do, round, square ..id concate, Hiugisl bill files, ready reference ,lo, Hudson's patent eii cleaner, rsl and bla k bottle wax, Lipmau's patent e.ielcttnp machine and ej, lets, lianipc uing brush) s, sheets oded pajs-r. And a large assorlmeutof articles ol desk fur olure, ton numer ous to particularize. (lK-oud II. 1. WHITNEY. Children's Toy Books, S tationery FOR SALE UV HENRY M. WHITNEY. c OZAX'S COLORED J t'VEXII.R LIBRARY. Lulu Tales, pictorial, colored. The Teacher's Token, pictorial, colore!. I'aine Wonder's Series, pictorial, colored. Picture Reward Cards, colored. Hewett's Ilhiininat.-t Household Stori. s, colored Old Mother Hubbard on linen, colored. Mother Goose, on linen, colored, and IlKlfrst l'llt II1- ! A few of LEMAX'S COMMERCIAL, and KltO A PES' ALB ATA 1 K 1ST M , Ths. very bet stel pen manufacture,!. A few very BU-rior V T II IT 31 M Very suerior style And IMUmissOKY MITRH, In book form. Ufivviil'm C?m-iriii 1 ulc MUSIC PAPER ASI lll.AItK BOOKS, Letter, Cap and Note Pajier, in great variety, and a complete assortment of Office Stationery. 257-1 m Hook and Job Crinliiiii. Cflinmcrciaf bbcrfisfr OFFICE. rpiIE COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER ES- - TABLISHMENT has recently added to its supply of ma chinery, one of RrOGI.ES IMPROVED COMBINATION PRINTING PRESSES, capable of printing one thousand slieets per hour, designed for small jobs of any kind, hut more ex pressly for which can now tie executed in a style uf unsurpassed ele gance anl lieauty, on the finest of paper, and at lower prices than the same ran be procured at San Francisco or anywhere else in this ocean. The office is also supplied with one of the celebrated capable of printing cards with a beauty liordering nn perfection, which excited the unqualified admiration and amaiement of lioth their Imperial HiKhnesses the Japanese Ambassadors, during their visit here in March last, who condescended to min utely examine its operation, and commanded their artists ti take sketches of this and our other presses for the Information of the Emperor of Japan. For Book-work, PamphleU, Tracts, Newspapers, etc., etc., we are also furnished with one of Adams' Imperial Book Presses. on which the world-renowned Harper' Illuminated Pictorial Bible was print.il, and which is capable of doing the finest printing known. In this branch of our business we are prepared to execute all work which may lie offered, iu Hawaiian, Eng lish, or any other language, on the lowest terms. For all other kinds of work, ordinary and extraordinary, from the smallest druirrists labels 'o tiie most lengthy state ap pendices that may be issued from the portfolio of the Foreign Office, we have the fullet t and most complete assortment of Print ing Materials ever collected iu this kingdom, and the best work men to le found anywhere in the Pacific Ocean. To to brief, we have recently added, at considerable expense, over fifty varieties of new tyie to our already extensive collec tion, and a large assortment ol plain and fancy wedding, busi ness, ball and other cards and nom papers, with choice cap, hill-bead, letter and other papers, of all sizes and colon, large and small, and are thus prepared, at the shortest notice and on the lowest terms, to print anything and everything that may be wanted, whether ALDRES3 CARDS, BCPINE.Sd CARDS, BALL TICKET?. BILLETS OF ALL KINDS', CIRCULARS or EVERY DESCRIPTION, DRUGGIST'S LABEL.H, BILL-HEAD.-!, AUCTION POSTERS, BUSINESS POSTER?, CARGO POSTERS, .SHIP AND SCHOONER POSTERS, PAMPHLETS AND BOOKS, BY-LAWS AND CONSTITUTIONS, ENVELOPE LETTER ADDRESSES, 2W-tf LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS. A TALE OF HAWAII : ONE OF JARVES BEST WORKS, descrlp. tiveof Srrn- snd Ss-rnery in Snndwlrh Island.! and illustratim; the History and Trnii liosi of ihr Nlnnilrri The work is finely illustrated, and dedicated to KAMEH AMEIIA IV. A few copies received and for sale. Pt-irtrfel 25. FOR SALE BY II. M. WHITNEY. MAPS OF THE UNITED STATES. A FEW MAPS OF TIIE L'NITED STATES on rollers. Price S OO. For sale by 2H-lm II. M. WniTNEY. MELODEONS. ONLY TWO LEFT. MADE BY S. I Ai II. W. Smith ?h?se instruments an; very rich and hey In tone and aslmirabl adapted for churches. For sale by '-'7-l C. BREWER tr CO. u, ricul Jural Implements RON PLOWS, II 4 Y CCTTERS. Ox Yokes, Seed Planters, Ox Bows, Cane Cutters, Grain Cradles. Garden Rollers, Planters Hoes, Wheelbarrows, Cultivators' Teeth, GriudsUiDsi at -S ---.-..