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kt3 ii. w. severance fl7Tl?iAV AluLM Mil, 0 .'rltiU. A.M.. nl Snle Room, V ia ie id Invoices Merchandise I ComUtiny of G4s. tirocer"., s-dari, K- roene Oil, Crockeryware, ' Aud u Variely f Suudri. ALSO tf tioa SaJdlr Hor.r, One Waggon, p,r Order MnrliaU Hawaiian Islam!, Lot of Restaurant Fixtures. UC7 ION-rMT3i ijv j. ii. coli:. OX-WEDNESDAY. - - AUGUST Oth, At lO o'clock. A . M., nl Sale Itoom, n it sod - An Aorlmeiit of L'ry Goods, Furn ture, Denims, Linen, Und-r-l.lrt-', Bedsteads, Settees, Larcj, Cases of Ale, sc., A.C. Alto Tito Good Smidio Hor-. MORE KEVy GOODS ! ! CosTnacxatf.J. ! Mr. Editor : By jour las, paper flat Lia ccrne j to band I see that you don't believe much in the leprosy, which ia hailed by the Ministry as & means of displaying their power ever the poor kanakas an arbitrary power if taking them by f.-rce and dis posing t f their persons, without any regard for their tights. It is xery questionable, the justice of such high- THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. SA TURD A Y. A UG UST o. NOTES OF THE WKI'.K. 7-if- Our neighbor of the (rizette had his por- rinc-vr riiiht side un it sf ms, ns he has been so FOR HOKGKOKC ! THE AMERICAN CLIPPER ElilP jVLicLxiilit ! tnul. CItOSISl. pue here from F ra"ci Ju'? li:h' ard wiJ h'" QjUk Bj-w'O f"T th -r..,v port. F r f.M;ht or yt api ly f 47J-la ALDEICII, WALKER & Co. MIMUC MOWS FAIT! For Sale bv C. BREWER & CO. ! ITonolnln. riMUS PREPARATION IS MADE PROM 1 v.. tr.j:u:id MiL.'atitSc. lu its natural state i. , f R-.i -h Er wt. uii-l In cMi.bumtioti with -Jthi-r Pinu .I ll ti.f t r- d - ii-ib'.-. In Us primitive heuty m l lu;re. it a; It SPLEXHID LOT OF SUB ! JUST RECEIVED AM OFFERKD FOR SALE AT REASONABLE PRICKS. AL?0 A Well Selected Assortment of LADIES' LAVIING GAI1EKF, BLACK KID GAITERS, CLACK AND WHITK KID SLIPPERS. Ar.-i a Great. Variety of C li i 1 d r e ii s S li o e s , All of Good nnd Solid .Make. For 2 ale Low at C. FRKI). PFLIT.KR'S. 4TT-lm St.r nrarty t,-.nvi M-!-ira. voiiU-jlt s Ileuck'a. FOE T. I; fwrsM more f ix.jr n.an iw.r. - Vot U.iMe to Wc-.r.it tart.ishot, tI mVwr a n. et-Ud.ng : it iv r.- itr t j:i:r,r.t,i witi u ri);roi" i chtuor i-jU r by -xprurr to tfce weiihrr, nl wi.l Z'.t any cliin w:th't tr w ki..p or Wl-tenug wLue p.jire hanlvn it, u.Wi; ia tiu. c vru.$ AI.3IOST AS 1IAKI) AS IRON'S Prnfct.iK o--l fr r .lc-iiy, l ir- n n I other metals from roRm. It u..-a r. li y U:.4 o.l. an.l may b-nM-4 f-r a:t ron m-.n ur-w.-.lr.ut I'rin.l.r.i? It hai a!rv'Jy bi-n ext -t..ivrly u.a. n.l h w.. f r ulfan unpanJ.eie'l ict,utiu... hmir Kiru o..iv-n.a tatisfacUoa fr ja.r.tu.B II. u. i:-rt. t-.t. "r r.. k. r t liaiU. lck, cr .niuN cf sLiw. I'xi. lii.Ifn. IVo.-l cr ISnck work, ex Doh. w t!,e ti -f ntnv -(....n! or water. Iron frl". T. nc. U..-.7 Car,, I-i-,' an, ,h ONE HALF ttV THE Ir.tTr"t t f tli" E.t ite of LL'A- LCALEI, sltuar-l at VaUna;. The esi:r c it. rnses f.Mj Ki.'h- t-en Ihou-ar.J Acr.- f G-o-1 (ri7.io LhihI, fiftffi !lui..Jrel Heal of a f-.-w iJ'jd utiJ ILrce IlariUrea aul Iifttr II-.vl of i-hp. A:?' tf;p Lot of l.r. 1 Pi:u at th cr tpt of Nuuinu ami Little Grrmwi(-h Su.. tsar ths hecond tri!ge, f. riu- riy -jeea-j,:-l b r.nil Mar.ir.i. tfaraer .pplyt-. GALKHAITH. Itcnl i:st:itc For Safe 2 IN SALIJ. HONOPOr, iia)iaki;a. LOA, 1 nanaej measure-, upon the supi.c-.tKn tt.-t we nave ,,in;1. , to h,Vt. T)amI,vkt laid upon hi the lepropy. that it is contagious, that a -hen period , .xW l A yiiuljc.lti(in 0f ti,e Qrdvrs of the of separation will work a cure. But if there ia no leprosy, if what is so called U nt ctn: gioua cr in fectious, nothing can be more cruel than the pro posed Government measures about bexg carried out. It appears to me that the requirement that all aaieseora of tuxe9 must report ca?e3 cf leprosy in their districts, in the lat itSnex.eat cf absurdity. What do the taxotlicers know about it ? Now that we have a Government religion and an Apostolical Succession priesthood, I rectmn;end a better plan of finding out the cases, as follows : Deuteronomy 24, 8 : T-ike heed in the plague cf leprcey, that thou observe diligently, and do according to all that the priests and the Levites shall teach you." But don't trust in the doctors. Yours, Xliiwuiiiin Steam GENERAL INTER-ISLAND NAV. CO. The Steamer lu A ST MAUI. A T ll A CT O V , t N I CO VTA I N- ir.tr lun ,rn-: il I.H Ii Ii-Vt t full, lie tfe;nj of k l"! wot r r,M '.;!? thr .u. h it: it W !1 a,tit."l f r th' cuTt;vatI .ri T CoT.-e. Cv!t n or Arrowroot; tfiere is a 4 V et 6 i-icfi Water AVb-tJ ai. l all th-s neces-wry a-iaratu f.T making arrorool: 20 l y lu Irani-: d-v-.'.iii; h-.urt- a:iU a iial.ve Imaie. Titl-j fee (oinpl-, and cle ir fr ru any inuumlierarce. VJii'jn Kwea immeUi.itely. A ly y K.ter or P,1r?','r,i;!!rtt? r,IM, sU'-.n r-'llcl. au' Tesere i.ii"iu ir, inv t.aini f'.r I riiiiinif. It ii" r".l . v. . .oiii.-in i ll 'nan nnv -ii', . pA ,t" I'a.ttw'iwl'tfin.t tUi th- ctirai-t, an l roost .lurable tor a:i ut.H w rW. Ad,1 f prmine uu-ler ary ottr I aiuU cLyrnl.-L INTEU'i Ml.TALLIC WW W.N H cuiW of tie foll'ivrin ; Per- y l-? If"!. itoyd cf MLgane. ......... bi!:ca. Alutnma... P. ?ii Hn l will r: a t ar;; iin Co-Partnership Notice. riMIE rXDERMCXED HAVE AMociattil M. tr.euwsie undi-r tl.e firm style of J. K.M.MKS Ac Co'., For the iirpoe of cent ir.uir.e the huilne-s of Mr. O. J. Eintiiea as Ship Wrights, Caulkers and Spar-Makers, And elicit a of tl.e i-Jhlic patr.-nae. All work extend- cd to our rare will be faithfully attended V and executed lu a. workuiaiii:&e maimer. a b sir m 5 mi Ancient Catholic Church of England, against the objocti'Mia of one Dr. Fletcher; by the Venerable Arch-Ieaeou Mason. M. A-. Oxon. With a Preface and Note." Trum the plnrrinp way that a gentle man and scholar, with a Continental reputation, is alluded to. as "one Dr. Fletcher," by a person wLo seems to have a multii-lieity of title?, but who h:t ye: to win a desirable llawaiiaa reputation. tt.. urtii'd tii r)i-rii. when lavored with a evpv, a pamphlet which shall be unanswerable. From the fair and temperate manner in which Mr. Mason's productions have always been reviewed in this paper, we certainly had a right to expect that the u.-iial courtesy wu!d be extended to u. We give the following certificate from the California State Agricultural Society space in our column with pleasure, and trust that every lacil itv will be given Mr. "Warren for the collection of information, specimens, seeds. vc. : Roevs California State AoRicrt TrRAL SoctSTT, ) !?iCr.niefito, July 13th, lf55. To the Auriculturists of the SanJu-ich Islands .- Gi ui-iiNO This ctrf.fl. s tht J. Q. A. Warren, Eq , late Fi ' r of t-e " Wice. Wool and Strk Journ.il" of this State, is tre aceWi:.! deit-Kiite of the Slate Ajtrlcultural S-xiety to the E.iii l.vic!i Il:itid, and to a'.l Apr!cultural, or Industrial Soc.e Vs !e tny deire to visit while amonsr you. Anv l-.f."jriirition or facilities f.)r information you may f.vor hi-n w'th will l-e judiciously ued for the heiief.t of our mutual (I :ert.Jt4 'a rectrnitinn of which, and a irood T-eline, and a cocrt of action for the advancement of the general interests or thi- Pacific coast and Iand. is desirable. Respectfully. Jons noAC Sec'y. State Agri. Soc. ! flEWS ! AEMVAL OFTHE " COMET." By the Co;ut we have two days later dates from San Francisco to July Hih; June 23th from New York, l-e:c5 hut one day later, and from Europe to the lSih June, thrte djs later. The Comtt wis fourteen diys makiug the p-iPS io and reports the Aii 'it'?';? to sail iu about tea days. Salt Lake Citt, June 14 The Eastern Line is "still out of order Ley on i Three Crossings of the Sweetwater. We are indebted to the Denver .Mict cf the 3d of July fvr the following telegraphic news : Washington-, June 27. The President has issued another Proamaticn, removing all restrictions upon internal, domestic and coastwise commerce in the ter ritory west cf the Mississippi. New York, June 27. An election for members of Congress and lor a new Virginia Legislature is to t.-a t0..o rm thf V2:h of next October. At this elec tion the people are to decide whether the Legislature I fwe Wuich was twenty-one days lesc than a year old A laiy of GrceuCold. Ma.. who Ml a?lep l' October asi reujaiueJ uaconacious for eigbtn weeks, then woke up for three days, aud finally tock auother nap of e days duration, haa ince that time bven gradually recovering, and is now able to ride out. All remedies tailed to res-tore her until electricity was tried. Pardon Brownlow cf Tennessee has never been coniidereJ a negro-worshipper ; but be y, in a re cent letter, that ho " would rather see the poorest black iu Tennessee with a vote, than a miserable, cat.tii'g hypocrite of a ribel, who has wieaked back into the L'uion without taking time to wash the stains of h jal blood off his bauds." They ue a uew drick called ' turpentine punch." now iu seme European hospitals, in low magn of fever. It is composed of two ounces of brandy, eight cf toiling water, one of turpentine, and fugar to sweeten. It has been satisfactorily demonstrated that sixteen Maine regiments, twice as mauy from Massachusetts, all the negro troops, were severally, by regiments, the first to raise the Union tljg on the capture of Richmond. l B. Oaves of Salisbury, t., sheared a t a'ir a Will leave Honolulu AllgUS M. i ith, On MONDAY, - - - AT IiALF-PAT FOVP. O'CLOCK, P. For L.AIIAINA, MAA1.AKA BAY, KAIillPOLfirO. U LI I P A I j A K I T A . noxoirr, K A W A 1 1 1 A E , KAIL.ITA, KEALAKr.AKHA. Layinp up the w.-ek f. llowioe, Hfrain Au.l 2 1at.Sfttb.Sepi. 4th. 1 1th. 18th, 2olh. J ANION. GUKKN & Co.. Agents II. S. and O- I. I- N- go advertise forte and Nkw Apvektisemknts. By -our new ,..r .'tJ it will be seen that a "Piano stool." " Dress trimmings, millinery goods," c. Ac. Vienna water-proof Matches' '-Tapioca. Farina nnd Arrowroot' - Lumber and Building Materials,'' "Best Refined Bar Iron- "A great variety of choice new Groceries' An Iron Sugar Mill'" and "The Island of Mokuumeunie in Tearl River." can be bought, and 4i A desirable Summer EviMdenee" and the Canton Hotel can be hired. Iiere is a variety extensive enough to suit all. We would again call the attention of all persons iu and out of business to the great advantage derived from advertising, particularly, in the Pacific Com- have r.ower to rereal the constitutional provi sion which deludes from holding office all who have been engi?ei in the rebellion. The llerIi's Washington special dispatch siys that among other valuable property seized by Col. Lo.'ir.is, Special Agent of the Treasury Department in Virginia, is the military railroad from Danville to Greensboro, 40 mile? of which was built by the rebel army. The road will be run under the control of the Treasury Department until regularly confiscated by the Court. It is expected to pay a handsome per cent, above expenses. The Tt'nfs ' ashington special says that ex Senator Foote and C. J. Gould were the only persons of note who applied for pardon yesterday. Feote's application i9 dated at Montreal. The Aaistaut-Secretary-of-War Dana will surren der his office to his succesMr on Thursday next, and will immediately start northwest to assume the duties cf Editor of the Chicago Republican. The Tribune's Washington special says that the Freedmen'a Bureau has prepared a list of abandoned lan.u in Virginia, and will submit it to the President I no list emuraori ix- Tbe fleece weighrd 14 pounds and 4 ounces, and the carcass but Sy pounds and 12 ounces ! The depopulation of Canada gors on to an extent which greatly alarms the god folks across the line. Some villages are nearly deserted by emigration cf families going to the Western States, and most of the young men are leaving. In the city of Lynchburg. Va, there is three mil lion dollars'" worth of good tobacco waiting to find a way to the market. The accumulations of this ira portant article of consumption in other districts, ex tending far down iuto North Carolina, are immense. The Chinese government has commissioned French officer to establish a mint at Pekin, at whioh Chinese coins are to be made after the model of those of France. An anonymous gen'.ieman in London has fiixen the munificent sum of 10,000 to the almoners of Chrlat'a Hospital for the Biiud, iu the hope that it may draw forth four additional similar sums for the relief ot indigent blind persons of forty years and upwards. The Rebel General Dick Taylor's Louisiana plantation, uear New Orleaus, which had been con fiscated, was sold a short time since for $9,000. It onmnrises "00 acres, with all the improvements AUCIkJ MEP.CIAI. ADVKRTISEIi. Honolulu, 25 July, 1SC3. H. J. IMMl f, FKKU. PFLl GEU. 47J-lm 4 65 . 8 .... 2 C5 I VX 00 TEaTIM NI LS t)a. WisriR Tear Fir i I hiv?hen usin; your M'tilllc - l . 1 l. ..a..-., r I art rnS lender,, .'.C. I ftad it the best paiat I have evrr ' ft.r'dar.iM :uy. urA from th- n-imrm,, tea-- I have ub-j- ted tc t . i r-.ve it H rir to any paint now in use, q ,irin 1, o.l. and its r.; alu.t pure Ir.. li W'-'P.e Of the finest pi.e-li.1 riJi- knoT?r " ,"; br.r or ac.il. an t I m.htitat.nsly weomir.eud it to all thoe ,ho d,..re a cheap, durable arl K, A imu Muter Mcx italic, II. M- R. R Cincissati. Jane T, W hsve uvt Wln'cr M-flic Urown P.tint. and omil we ro-h n- Mtr, w w.t rot.tmue to u,e Hon our Iron work r-xU K.',&r.g and Uridyl., so tar there a noth.nK now ! U kn. wn tr. .m. that ca.. cmrv, i:h ,t i iu tenacay to art" W. esji .hy Iron. U i rrfeet y w iter and weather pr.w rj.-e not w-te cp..sare t wither -n I we Cud that on Eoil-r,. Chimney,, , it M.'- - oQ INSURANCE AGENCY! CASTOR & COOKE, A IMMH.N TF.1 BV IHBKI.OWt RKOTIIF.R, ; of .Sin rrtir,s.-o. Arnt for the wed known MA RIM. IN LUACK COMl'ANltS The N. V. Phrnli. iiel Sl.OOO.OOO. And Ihr N. V. Srcurily. u-el- S2.000.000. are r.nparl to taVe ritki ulon C A IW . T II t' A SI ItE and FltKHillTS. t and from all parts of tl.e wortd atrainst partial or total Its from War or Marine r.az.wH, upon the moit favorable terms ALi AOF.NT3 FOR TIIK ttT K.nIunci Iiio lnnuriince CoiupmiT, A..CC ss.yao.ooo. Lifo risks taken upoa the rnont favorai-i.- t-rnis. 479 Cm NK 479-5t FORCE llANSKKOW'S PATKXT 11' MI. II. HACKFF.LT t Co. CARUIAGE, CIS- i y Coomfs. The coolies engaged for the f M.ini.ii.vn l.-.ft here in the- schooner Marilda 1 SUPERIOR. OJ!-5"'2t' tom made, 6 seater. V. 4:s)6t H. HACKFLLT) & Co. TFT PAINTKD TFRS. Xtst Painie.1 liucets, 'ts 'WW i,'j.e. Pir Sale I V 4T93, McCANPLrg K Co. DiaaoluUoia of Co-Partnership. NOTICE. T'tvS S-iw-J K.. GAIXKAITII. J- V.EI'N' andTH W. W SKItKN.d .ini h,.,ir.e4i as the HO. OLt LU VlSTlf.f.ERY COM'i.vr, i t!.U day delved by "tl haein furchvsed tl.e interest of Mr Geo. Ga b-aith nd Mr.. I. V. Vern-.n i t the Honolulu P.stiitery C m-ri,- will heieift-rcarrr,.,. th- Kaiitw h'mse'.f, under the Van t sole r.V IIONoLl LU DISTILLERY, and .ett.e all ct.tandl.lS account, against the '- w WAURES. N. B. Jnnlort. irrrn Si. Co, are aKer.U for the sale .f the ?pir t fr.m thi I.iUllery. Honoiula. Ju.y I'S'i- roiz saTjK i TIIK LOT AN I liniSF.STIierron, t:' cr.irr . f King and AUpal .treets. are rffrrd f-r aie. ....... M :" Prit-.iit'ff Cfnce M tae - ajthuf. . ON HAND '""I FOR SALE! Dot Patent .Uplialt ItOOFl.NC FELT, DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER.- IN BELFAST. YI-RV SCI'F.KIOlt ARTICLE r OK j - J ANION, GREEN k. Co. oinril;iv lat. few Ililo. They the whaif preceded by music (?) furnished by some of their own number." During their flay on shore they have seemed to be a happy, content? J lot nnd will, with proper treatment, no doubt be val uable help. for his approval to-morrow tweon GO ,000 and 40,000 acres, At the municipal election in Norfolk on June 24th i 8Ug.ir house, mills, engines, dwellings, io there was much excitement and a neavy vote. wo ( man, the buyer, polled. A large number ot returned soiaiers iruw the rebel army tock every oath required of them to entitle them to the franchise. E. C. Tabb, a promi nent lawyer, was elected Mayor. Walter Taylor, lo.n .v.l'.iiMnt General for Gen. Lee. was elected Registrar. There were several fights in Norfolk re cently, growing out of difficulties between the sol diers nnd the negroes. The Petersburg Daily Aeii-i was suppressed by j Gen. Ilartstuff for disloyalty. t .in Ti rri- - TT-.,Vtl .NEW 10KK, June O. lliu -.Jie aeuiun'u special dispatch says that the Committee cn the Con duct of the War, in tho torthccn.ing report, details the savage and inhuman treatment that our prison ers received from the rebels. The Surgeon's report of the Richmond prisons for one quarter shows that a fraction over one-half of all cases entered, resulted in Hth. Moht of these cases were the result of in- , , , ! i MDimm .ml nptrli.p.r. After our men died. mareneii uown to i uuiunu nem.".. ; their bodies were treated line bo many caivmra dead animals. Their bodies were pileil up in the dead Metcalf on house aud their eyes and cheeks eaten out by rats, before they were put in their coffinH. The Lvnchburc Republican, of Jane lTth, says that the guerrilla Moshy surrendered and has been -TOI'R. F F.ET LONG, A CI1 KOJI A III ' P hra tripol anl vertical and horizontal motion: ft Fl.'L both for land aud astronom-cal uie. For sain low. POWER- I I. ... i r,r. th nfinif terms as eranted to Lee An Apology. By our telegraphic news it will Havana correspondent says that the J.11V. .iv.. I - Enquire of 473-3t II. DIV.OND & SON. ftTOKK FOR SAIiE. SO. THE STOREilFj. B. BRADLF.Y.On VTTi the corner of Maur.ukea and King atreeti. subject to a ISL ix months leaso unexpired. F-r t'-rtt-s ajply to - W. J. RAW LIN-. Honolulu Soap w orki pER CEYLOX. be seen that the President of the United States was not satisfied with the apology given by Captain Tumour, of II. E. M. ship Clio, for the outrageous I conduct of his officers in taking down the sign at j the U. S. Legation in this city, and that l.e had de- j xuanded a further apology from the British Gov- j ernmcnt, which was accorded, and regrets ex- i pressed for the outrage. British Consul at Havana has-made a aemanu ror tbo surrender of blockade-runner JVrtn, captured and ruu into Key West by her crew. For Sale by 473-31 McCANDLESS & Co. A f xivns Of ROOFS. Forsilohv 31 47'J 3t N I IiA C l(i A RS, Nrar German Cigars, new For Sale by A ly a the Offer: OOWSETT For Sale AT II IS- Corner of Queen and Fort Sts,, 47 -an Fencing Wire, IVo?.4&G. Fi7S LK tY JANION, ORE.-N & Co. Kemp Canvas and Wire Rope ! gg''" JANION, GREEN Co fenm iil IIoiinc Coal! m v LtKGE R S1ALL a-ANTITI KS. GEORGE G. HOWE Offers For Sale at his OLD STAND ON THE ESPLANDE! REDWOOD LIMIBER. 11NCII ROCf.II RF.DWOOD KOAUDS, Atorieil i;edwx d sc.mtliPir, T nued a:d Grooved Redwood I.oard. Redwol Siding n u ml 2 5nchM XOKTfl WEST ELMIBEK. The lual Assortment of Hoards, Scant ling, ore, &c. REDWOOD SHAVED SHINGLE!. REDWOOD SAWED SHINGLES, CEDAR SHINGLE.3, 47S-3m CALIFORNIA EXTRA I'A.MILV FLOCK (new wheat-.) Iiir.d Extra Family Hour, new whent; Wheat Meal, Com Meat. ! fj- -v-e have bad some of the " Vienna water- proolsaloon matches' laid on our table by the i agents for the manufacturers. Messrs. Griubaum & I Co. In lighting they are certainly not offensive, I but we have not had time to pass them through the various ordeals through wlucn u is cunmeu can pass without being impaired. For Sale by 479 3t McCANDLESS ir Co. Y rOCNG HYSON TEA Oo.one Tea. CuoSKa oranu;, Japanese Tea in bulk and papers. Cracberrtep, 10 pallnn keps; Cranberries. 5 callon keps; Mixed Pickle, o gallon keps; Plain Pickles, 5 gallon kegs; Choice California Pilot ISresd. Choice Af'rt-d Crackers, Ginger Sr.nps, Jenny Lind Cakes. t or r-aie "y 479-3t McCANDLESS & Co. ISLAND POTATOES, 07X-X3: : t Doors. Window -Sash, Nail-, FOR SALE LOW. LIXI.NbS FOR CENTRI FUCI ALS. Olt SALE li V i i OF THE BARK TOSHBK'T Consisting in part of 4TS-01 C. l'REWER k Co. AWA11AN RICE. iland Corn. Il,nd Wheat, Nmm Mnrket Rafkets. remijorn. Kitts Tongues and s-unds. Kilts Mackerel, Bdlinp'a narns California Hams, Dried Peachea French Prunes, Assorted Nuti, Assorted Preserves. . For Saic by 479-St McCANDLESS Co. . FRESH BREAD, FRESH COFFEE EVERY DAY. XT N. B GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE. Island Orders Promptly Attended to. riense Call and Examine. 4:33t P. C. McCANDLESS kCo Z2f In our announcement last week of the non arrival of the Yankee in Valparaiso, we were in er ror, she having arrived pome twenty days before the Young Hector. The Yankee was 45 days and the I'nnnsr Hector 6G days on the passage. The Yankee was crossed in longitude 111, making ever two hundred miles a day the whole time. She has been placed under the Chilean flag, and named the Jlercclia E. "VRepobt from Baker's Island. Through the kindne-s of the American Guano Company's agent on this Island we have been favored with the fol lowing report, dated July 2 : June 8, sailed, American ship E. H. Taylor, for Liverpool, with a full cargo of guano. July 1, sailed, American ship KentucHan, for Falmouth, England, for orderg, with a full cargo of European Intelligence. The etcamship Cuba, with dates from Liverpool to the 17th and from Queenstown to the 15th June, has arrived. All the Pris journale quote Lord Brougham 8 speech urging the policy cf clemency upon the Amer ican Government. They generally praise it, and several express hopes that the humane suggestions may be attended to. Tho Paris Patrie eays the apology made for the j insult to the American Consul's flag at Honolulu, by i an Enslish captain last April, not being satisfactory I to the Washington Government, a demand was made ! fur further satisfaction, which the English Govern I uient lias just given in a despatch to President John won ex M-essing rfizret for the occurrence. The Paris .Moniteur, in speaking of large rein forcements for Mexico, explains that the army in Mexico will receive before tho Slat of December the men necessary to replace those whose terms expire hv that dav. The object of the movement is to r - i i;nA hft I m'lintain. not to increase me BircDgta vi iu nuy. but twelve days to the line, which she m au(!nPQ hfttl Matulatei Nado- a ii 1 f - o leon cn his safe return from Algeria. The Prussian Unrer Chamber has rejected tho budget of the Lower House and left the Government to fir their own budeet. ! The Prussian Chambers were prorogued on June 17th. Bismark, in a Hpeech from the throne, bitterly reproached the Chamber for their opposition to the Government. They separated with feelings of mutu al estrangement. moon Rosendale Cement JUST RECEIVED PER CEYLON. sOR SALE RY 179-61 C. BREWER & Co. lOR SALE 11 Y ' 473-5t DAIRY SALT C. RREWER & Co. F CIIL-UICAL OLIVE SOAP C. DREWER & Co. OR SALE BY 47-5; INCH BOARDS, ROUGH I INCH BOARDS, FLANED.TONUCF.D AND CiROOVED SCANTLING OF ASSORTED SIZES SHINGLES. PICKETS, AND CLAPBOARDS. ALSO PER "DOMITLLA! A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF CEDAR IIIOl AND HAS CONSTANTLY OX HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF EEDWOOD LUMBER! AND THE USUAL VARIETY OF BUILDING MATERIALS ! SASHES. RLINDS. NAILS. PAINTS. OILS. IIOCSK PAPERS, LOCKS, &C, He, i P F OTl SALE BY LAMP RLAilK C. RREWER ic Co. rm mi: pork r?OR SALE BY C. BREWER & Co. 14 GALLON" PINK SIIOOKS GALLON C II ESN FT SIIOOKS ror sale iy r- ..nrm'n J f " guano. July 1, American ship Panther is at the inA 'Ktep with the followinj? direction was pwed throuzh the Post Office last week : " Fare well Party Society, in Hop Hop. Willey W. P. M. Iuluwaina Kaakealoha. Pianorose Home, Lahaina." Thanks. For papers and periodicals ours are due to Messrs. J. C. Merrill & Co., Messrs. C. W. , , e. o- rCcrc Kfrnttmnn & Co.. of San lirOOKS iX. o. u Francisco. The Smyrniote. with the mails, will leave during the coming week for San Francisco; pos sibly on Saturday, the 12th. .Forcijrn Summary. 14 The Government are now making rxten siv7and much-needed repairs on the r.f per bridge in Nuuanu Valley. OR SALE HY 75-6t FIRE SAND C. BREWER A: Co. 71 OR SALE II Y C 4;sst express va;ons C. BREWER &. Co. F F IIL'TCUKK WAGCOXS C. BREWER fc C.i. 1T O TIC 215 ! IB rVDF'TtSICXED WOULD IXFORM b-3 fr'ends and t rar"d to furr.ith thttii 1 b s fr'ends and the r.ubl-.c on Ka: Maui, that he is pre O C C T" 1 O 7IOR SALE RY 175-o: At HONOLULU 470-St 1 RICES. J. D. Please Call and see. HAVFKOST. Wailuku. KEROSENE OIL OR SALE BY KII) GLOVES 47s ot C. BREWER Co. jTsOR SALE P.V L1 -JTSSt F OR SALK 47-' PILOT BltKAD C. BREWER 4 Co. IMTNGS C. BREWER Co. A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OP LADIES' j AND GENTLEMEN'S White, Colored & Black Kid Gloves! Per sale hy 477-lm R. F. F.T1LF.RS BY I N HICKORY SHAFTS THE ROUGH. 47-5t For Sale hy C. BREWER k Co. 4 c 473 Cm F OR SALE BY 4TS-0'. PLANTER'S HOES C. BREWER & Co. jo. THE BEST EVER IMPORTED in'o this Market, pr.arautc ed Y: r 5U'i at C. FRED. rFLt'GF.R'S. Fort 5:rctt, nearly orrPa''e Messrs. voull . cle, as the question is an bear ventilation. Ed. ITeuok. 477-la NOTICE TO SHOKEIIS trsOR SALE BY STEEL PLOWS C. BREWER & Co. F OR SALE OX 1H yoki'.s 4 C. PREWr.R ir Co. FEW VERY SUPERIOR XXiiA'rin:i Cigars ! IN BOXES OF ICO EACH. For Sa'.e Low at the 5:.re of The Herald's Norfolk special dippatch Bays that Jeff. Davis's health is excellent. More than 1S00 claims for damages by the war have been filed at Washington, amounting to oer 50,000, 000. Ascher, the Vienna comedian, has just got a week's imprisonment for mimicing M. Von Schmer ling, the Austrian Prime Minister, aud introducing politics cn the stage. Several costly yachts are upon the stocks inrew i York, each of which will cost I'rora $50,000 to 60,- 000. Captaia Loper of Philadelphia is having one j built in that city which will cost 05,000. ! Listz, the great pianist, has turned monk, had his i head shaved, and has renounced the musical world j altogether. He goes by the title of Abbe Listz. i The ' oldest inhabitant" of Erie, N. Y., was found j the other day embedded in a piece of bituminous ! coal that had been broken for burning. It was a j live frog that was roused from a nap of many thou- j a and years. j The Riohmond Times eays the negroes of Virginia ( are changing employers almost universally. Tbey have an Jdea that their liberty will not be seoure unless they do this, and the consequence is complete disorganization on the plantations and in the domes tic establishments. A New York capitalist has recently commenced workintr the gold mines in Plymouth, Vermont. He has jast taken to the mines 12.000 worth of qaartt crushing machinery, and the enterprise promieeB great success. On the same day that the old flag was raised over the ruins of Fort Sumter, the negroes on Jeff. Davis' plantation in Mississippi raised a flag over the late tr.aosion of the urch-rebel. The occasion was one of great enthusiasm. The following story is told of Mr. Chase, while at Key West : To an old negro known as Sandie he promicd a carte-de-visite, and handed him a one dollar bill. " Aha !" says Sandie, " now I know you, mass; you are old greenbacks. " Gen. Canby has, by orders from Secretary Stanton, hunted cut and arrested the man who offered last winter, in an Alabama paper, to be one of a certain number cf persons to pay a million dollars for the murder of Mr. Lincoln, and he is on his way, under guard, to Washington. The person who for two years was Purser of the rebel pirate .Alabama, has been appointed to a first class clerkship in the Land Office at Washington. ui i,nv. 7," j This position, with its good salary, nas oeen given nderstood that I thin Mr.-; . tnat tne Government may have his testimony ICoromuaicated. Lproy. Mn. Editor In your last week's paper 1 read an article concerning China Leprosy." which sub ject I wod like to discuss publicly, even with medical men, and funmh substantial proof that this tcrrib'.e disease, pronounced incurable, is not only curable, but that, in some localities, the public in neral. but more particularly medical men, wouiu 1. .. u - ln.lnx it Tiro non need in curable. I have I lauu !i uc-niii I had some experience in treating this disease in the ! West Indies, and, should you be willing to allow me ! space in your columns, I will prepare an article for I vonr most valuable paper. 3 Yours. A Phtsician. I We shall be pleased to insert the promised arti interesting one, and will I Notice. Ten 13ollai" Reward ! STOLEN. AN AMERICAN HUNTING , - W.l SILVER WvTCH. a pi n..ih cv, S . UXi on the i-lVe, it i a:, numl-ered in eU-5IU- oy AM-l- o.i. Tracy ic Co.. Amer o-tn VI audi Cotnaany. The ia.i.aia It- P. B. are engraved od the bcw in Any person tnlicg the ahore described Wateb. will obtain h aioT reward, hy leavicr at A- D. Cartwrtght Store H-.nolula-.nrr. P ASsm'" !s"r, Lahs'na. . 4-Vat H P BALDWIN. WJKJR SLE BY 475-f.t IOI 47S-f.t CHILE S Vl.E BY OX HOWS C. r.REWER&C FLOUR C. BREWER Co. 47; MICHAEL McINERNY, Cnrr.er lteretstiia and Mauuaitea S;s. 1 500 CASES KEROSEHE OIL ! rj0 ARRIVE. For !s h-s t'KI.WER 4 t'o S.IIE F.VDERSIfJNED WILL KEEP A CJ:-3'-int upp:y a'Kive CEDENT ! W4 !ch is "'h superior to Esetra ari t",'ja! to the hrt ROMAN cr PORTLAND CEMENT ar.d used cxciusive'.y l:i the Wat arid fniuvl btM Works ia California. for sain hy 4,dx TrP.trjt W IKER I C- CotEEau.:nc3ted. Mb. Editor : Among the appointments which Mr. T. C Heuck has obtained through having a . - a . 4l:. m.t ia tiftt af AQesor lor ima uwuitt ii 1 1' 1 1 ' i aw 'vva ' - - - V. T An r.ot want it H. other than a gentleman, and consequently a very nereeable man for .an assessor f still, I cannot over look the fret that he is a brother merchant, and I question the p.opriety of his calling upon me and asking what value my stock in store may be hell at, what amount of money I may have, and to what ex tent my real estate tmy be mortgaged. It is not in good tate. Is the Government afraid that the mer chants do not make proper returns, and that it is .Kat marfthant should re get to catch a Jv"""4' tunii ' . w Artonuia Ward, in his lato letter from Richmond. says : Gin'ral Halleck offers me the hospitality of the city. He give me rny choice of hospitals. He has also very kindly placed at my disposal a small pox amboolance." The Louisville Journal eayB : If Martin Farqua har Tupper doesn't stop writing wretched poetry upon the United States, we hope that President John son will find authority for demanding him of the British Government for punishment. According to a North Carolina paper the motto of a large number of the subdued rebels must be : Turn np the Bacred soil, porcine inhabitant, or your name will swell the mortuary column," which, briefly interpreted, dignities : " Root, hog, or die !" The present valuation of r roperty in Cincinnati U $4S,625,000; an increase "of $14,000,000 over last year. Tho Grand Master of the Free Masons in Italy ha forwarded an address of condolence upon the murder of Mr. Lincoln to Mr. Marsh, United States repre sentative at Turin, and an order has been issued to drape the Masonic lodge rooms throughout Italy in mourning during nine day". An exchange says : Many can remember the tlm when the administration of John Quincy Adams wr severely condemned as shamefully extravagant, t4 cause it required 13,000.000 per "niittm i dfr; the expenses of tho government. Now S17.000.uu are subscribed in a single day to a government loan. A religious conference at I'ortsdara, New York, recently found a minister guilty of disloyalty in two accounts. He had not been naturalized and he took the New Ycrk World. The Budalo Express accepts :,,.Umont and savs a Christian is bound not only to renounce tho flesh ond the devil, but the World also. The memorandum book of a slaveholder on the Mississippi, named Cockercll. chronicles an inKruo tion issued to his overseer one season, that the plant ation must prodoce so much corn, such a quantity of cotton, a certain number of mules, a certain number of hogs, aud ten uegro children. It is said that the only joke Gen. Bhirman ever perpetrated was upon entering the capital of North Carolina. Turuing to a regiment of veterans who were ruarebing by the State House, he called out : Don't you think this is a good place to sing Ral eigh round the flag, boys ?" At the annual session of the Grand Lodge of Free Masons of New York, the committee on foreign cor respondence reported advers-ly to the rcoguition of Lodges working under a charter from the Grand Lodge of Hamburg. There are quite a number cf Lodges in the country of colored men, who have re ceived their charters from the Grand Lodge of Ham burg. A gentleman calling on General Scott in New York found him In excellent health and much rejoiced at the suocesful termination of the war. The oonver nation turning on Jeff. Davis, the old General very pointedly and emphatic illy remarked : " I hope he will be hung by the neck, sir ; I hope he will hang by the neck." That a wholesale emigration from Canada, eaye the Montreal Transcript, to the neighboring State has set in, is painfully evident from the reports that reach us from- all parts of the country. Nearly every exchange that comes to hand tells of rapid decrease of population. Want of capitat to furnlah employment for labor, is assigned as the cause. A New Hampshire gentleman says : Take two large table ppoonfuls of Cologne and two tea spoon fuls of fiDe salt ; mix them together in a small bottle; every time you have any acute affection of the nerve, or neuralgia, simply breathe th fumes in your nose from the bottle, and you will be immediately re lieved." The emigration from Kentucky aud Tennessee into Indiana dots not diminihh with the approach of peace, but rather increases. The emigrants from Kentucky are, for the mott part, thrifty farmers, who bring with them some money and a good deal cf etock, farming utensils, household goods, &c Those from Tennessee, however, are generally poor, and come as laborers. The Misouio Lodges in France continue to forward letters of condolence and sympathy to Mr. Bigelow for the death of Mr. Lincoln, on the mistaken infor mation that the deceased President was a Mason. Many of theso letters are beautiful tributes to the memory and to the noble qualities of the deceased, and all the Lodges have gone into mourniDg for e period of several months. A corporation has been formed in New York for ' the purpee of insuring the fidelity of persons holdins: ! places of trust or substituting capital in the place cf I individual responsibility, for the purpose of indemnt ! fying employers tor losses sustained by reason of the unfaithfulness of employes. A similar organitatioa exists in London, and has been very successful. A New York writer says the chief pleasure derived by the Boetoniana at a musical entertainment is criticism, and he ventures the statement that "when thev go to Heaven they will declare that some of the har'j s are out rf tune, that one of the angels take liberties wilii the composer's text, and that another sings flat. They will also deplore the absence of the Boston organ." General R E. Lee (says a Richmond ccrrespon denO will soon leave the city and repair to his farm. situated near the famous White House, on the ra nee merchant ? Honolulu. August 8, Yours. Merchant. avail ib'e as to the captures ana aesirucuon com mitted by that corsair. It is probable that Vladimir, the third son of the present 'Cz-ir, wi'.l be the next Czar, as the Grand Duke Alexander i3 very delicate. Disease of the heart is very prevalent in England. At tho hospital where this disease is especially treated, there weie 1C5 cases in one wetk. Henry Ilotieymann of Boston, Ma9S , who made a vow that if Gcu. Lee surrendered or wa captured he would walk from that city to Washington, has accom nlished his singular rjilzricaaiie. He arrived at the national capital, navmg twenty-five days. made the distance in munkey river, to spend the remainder of his days in peace, qaiet and agriculture, if unmolested by th government. His son, General Custis Lee. is already on the farm alluded to. and I learn, upon authority, is actually doing his own plowing in peraon. The man who first raised the Union banner ia Richmond is said to be John F. Locke, private ia Company E, SfJth regiment Massachusetts Volun teers, 5th Army Corps. He was a prisoner at the Libby at the time, and during the excitement of the evacuation managed to slip down into Turner's ofioe and get a captured Union flag and hoisted it on th cupola of the building. Joseph Smith, the son of the orignal Joseph, and a recognized high lea dar iu the polygamous comma, nity, has become a convert to monosomy, and makes a dead eet against the great Brigham leuog. Joseph quotes bis father and the book of Mormon to show that both inculcate the dootrine that one wife at a time and no concubines, is the teaching or the reoogniz-d hada cf the ohurrh.