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SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
rrUIE CSDERSIOXED. MERCHANTS OP
M felDSKV Aim
Open to Ecceive Consignments of Produce,
A,md a reciprocate basioess between f ydney and Honolulu.
London Firm i WILLI3, LLOTQ , CO.
3IF.RRT, LLOYD CO..
cl 118 Cannon Street.
w. K. lTErDCS,
A. T. rvSBKTT,
31S Front St. u Francisco.
LE VERIDGE, WAD II A MS & CO..
SUCCESSORS TO It. G. tiXKlTIL)
Forwarding and Commission Kerchants,
Partlc&Iir Ittestlou id to Consign meats of
. ol Swawirh llstw Prsdsce. ly
I!. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
Genera! Shipping & Commission
40,5 Ftotd Slrttt, corner r.f Gay SL, Sun Francisco.
Auckland, New Zealand.
cjeokgu t7iou:ve, jr.,
SU1PPUG AD fcOERIL tOJUHSSIOX AGENT.
IT At desrriptiotn cf Mercantile Interests attended to.
A ent for tb FC:3e In-armnce Co. of Sydney, N. B. W.
JANION, RHODES & CO.,
Vieteria, Vaaeear.r'. I.laaU.
M.B. Particular alleotitio paiJ to consignocnts ofSandwick
Victoria. V.I-. January 1. HO. 733 ly
FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
AND AGKXTS OF
PACIFIC BARREL ASD KEG COMPANY
Ar. prefrl to fnmUh Krg ami It arret Kbeak.in
any quantity requireal. and respectfully svlicil coasigmneuts of
tifii and IjUuU Pr dace.
Messrs. B!nop ft Co.........................
J. llaekVId 4 Co "
Cajtla M lecke... "
No. 403 California Street, San Francisco.
IXAiraOA fc AUSTIN,
Merchants & General Commission Agents,
8YD'IY, N. 3. W.
T7 A pn-nl asortment of Ship Chandlery, Ships' Stores
! all k.nds o' H baling Oear on hntl.
ty t Inters supplied at tha shortest notice and lowest rates.
itt Whalers' iliU of F.icbange negotiated oo the nmat favor
able terms. 734 j
S.1ST B. VILU1K1, IHII F. lUICHHO, CBS. . MOBAT.
WILLIAMS, BLANCUARD & CO.,
No. 21S California Street,
;w o sjy FRJXCISCO.
Mccracken, merrill, Co.,
CO TI HISS 2 OM .TIEKCIIAIVTS,
HAVING BEE.V ENGAGED IN' OUR PRE
sent business for upwards of serea years, and beins;
located in a Bre proof brirk bnildinir, we are prepared to receive
and dispose of Iland staples, socn as Sufrar, Rice, Syrups, Polo,
ConVj. ice., to adraataire. Consisuments especially solicited
fur tbe Oreicoa market, to which personal attention will be paid,
and upuo which cah airancea wiU be made when required.
8a Faascuco RcrcassCE3:
Badger k LIndeaberger, J as. Patrick It Co.,
Pred. Iken, W. T. Coleman Co.,
Stereos, Baker Jc Co. . .
Allen k. Lewis. Ladd k Tilton. Leonard & Green
Zii Walker & Allen. ly
t. o. aaaaiLL. johx s cucux
J. C. MERRILL & Co.,
cV uctiono ors,
204 and 206 California Street,
3?- XX-V.ZNX CI3C O.
ALSO, AGENTS OP THE "
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Particularattention (riren to the sale and purchase ol mer
thandise. ships business, supplrinj whaleships, nefOtlatlDf
XT A II freizht arriTina; at Faa Francisco, by or to the Ho
ouiulu Line of Packets,will beforwarJed rasa or coaxuatoa.
XT Exchangs oo IIoooJulu bought and sold. XI
llers- C L. Riehards k Co...... ................ Honolulu
- 1L llMCkfeld Co
M C. Brewer Co
" Bwhop Co....
Tr. R. W. Wml
Hon. M. II. A I Wen
1. Wateraan, Et
c. maim. ........ ...a. si. wucanrraa..........T. a. hates.
MAIN 5t WINCHESTER,
XAXcrACTcass asd uroaTtJbs or
H-irncss, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
COLLAUS, S1DDLCSY 1FAUE, &c,
Nsm. 214 asid 216 Battery St., Smm Frasiclsc.
N. B. Qooil assortment Coocord Staf narness coosUntly
a hand. m ly
CROSSE & BLACK WELL'S
Celebrated Oilmen's Stores
ALL OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
PICELES, SArCES, SYRUPS, '
..' ' . JAM3, IS TINS AND JARS,
TART FRUTT3, DESSERT FRUITS.
POTTED MEATS AND FI3H.
PRESERTED FRESH SALMON. -,
KTPPKRID 8ALM05 AND HE&RTN63.
FRESH AND IOCSFYNE HERRINGS.
. FRIED SOLES.
FRESH AND FIVDON HADDOCKS.
PURE SALAD OIL.
SOUPS, IN PLNT AND QUART TTN3.
PRESERVED MEATS IN TINS,
PRE3ERVED HAMS AND CHEESE. ' .'
OXFORD'aND CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGE.
YORKSHIRE GAME PATES.
YORKSHIRE PORK PATE3. '
', . GALLANTINES.
TONGUES, BRAWN, POULTRY.
PLUM PUDDINGS. '
ft PERRnrs" 'WORCEaTERSHIRE SAUCE.
' Lit A
'rea ntppfir of the above mag almost be had from everw
,, T Storekeeper throughout the World.
To prevent the fraud ofVefilling the bottles or jars with native
prod action, they should1 invariably be destroyed
. Good shouM always be examined upon delivery, to detect any
- attempt at substitution of articles nf inferior brands.
CROSSE. & BLACKWELL,
: PURVEYOR3 TO THE QTJEEN, TnK EMPEROR OF THE
. FRENCH, AND THB KIX or TflK BELGIANS,
SohO eicit-Xft-x-o, Iionclon.
At tt Paris ExMMtioo of 18S7, TIIREB Prise Medals were
awarded to CROfR k LACKWELL, for the marked supe
riority of their prmluction. 72S ly
IMPORTERS OF j
YAHZEE H0TI0XS, FANCY GOODS,
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
HOSIERY, ZEPHYR WOOL, Ac ke.
HAVIXO RESIDENT BUYERS IX THE
East and in Europe, nrxl Ik-ins in direct communication
with the manufactures, we are enabled to get Goods on the
new terms and to sell accordiogiy.
Oar Stock xz the Largest on the Pacific
Coast, and we invite the
Especial attention of Honolulu Merchants
to an examination of the same. , ,
Particular attention given to Orders.
TOBIX, DIXOX U AVTS30W,
Comer Fatter k Sansome Streets,
oCO Snn Trnnritr,' CaIs.
(PER MAIL 8TBAMKR)
At Cheapest Kates.
D. NICHOLSON & CO.,
Silk, Woolen & Manchester Warehousemen
Wholesale and Retail)
India, Colonial and Foreign Outfitters,
oO TO 32 ST. FALL'S CHURCHYARD.
Corner of Ottapside.) London.
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF FAMILIES
residing; abroad, to ttieir Illustrated 120 page catalogue,
eontaininz full Darticulars as to Woolen. 5ilk and Cotton Uoods
I of ererj description.
i ' I - x w - fr e
! It.ibb.na, Haberdashery, Jewellerr, A.c.
Contractors for Military and Police Accoutrements.
Hooehold Vurnitnre, Musical Inat ruioenU, Ironmonfry, :
Fire arms, Agricoltural luiplementa, atlery. Carriages,
Saddlery and Urijesi, JtjoU ai.il tlioe, Wines.
Ales, Beers, l-reserved l'ruvblons, btatiunery,
Books, Tot, &c, tc.
fcluppeJ at Lowest Export Prices.
Solo AfenM for the. War. r" and the lirUaaum Sewing
Marltines (.r the City of Loedon. - , .
foreign IVdace dispotKd of for a Cominisj'ioo o( 2 per cent.
1'rice List iost free.
D. 5IC1I0LSOX k. Co.,
SiO,fi and 52 8c Pnul's Churchyard, London.
TERMS : Not len than 50 er cent, lo accompany Indents
and Balance arainst Bil s of Lad i ok. o'JSt oat
V. K. LKYKKMHiE,
A. Y. KYEKKTT,
LEVEED) GE, EVERETT & CO.,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
31 S FRONT STREET, CORNER COMMERCIAL,
Particular attention pa!d to Consignments of Inland Produce.
lea & r i:itniAS'
DECLARED BV CONNOISSEURS '
TO BB THE
CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD.
The success of this most delicious and unrivalled Condiment
bavins; cansed certain dealers to apply the name of " Worces
tershire Sauce" to (heir own inferior compounds, the Public Is
hereby informed that the only way to secure the genuine, is to
ASK FOR LEA & PERKINS' SAUCE,
ar.d to see that their names are npoo the wrapper, label;
stopper anil bottle.
tfme of the foreiim markets bavin if been supplied with a
spurioux Worcestershire Sauce, upon the wrapper and labels of
which the names of Lea and Pen-ins have b en forced, L. and
P. (rive notice that they have furnished their correinleiits
with power of attorney to take instant proceedings ugliest
Manufacturers and Vendors of such, or any other imitations
by which their right may be infringed.
! Ask for LEA k PKHUINS' SAUCK snd we Name on Wrap-
per; moei, noiiie, ana BioprM-r.
Wholesale and for Export by the Prorio'rs, Worceter;
Crosse and Black well, London, Ac, kc; and by Grocers and
n5 ly TIIEO. H. DAVIES, Agent, Honolulu.
HUiCK TIME ASD .tOEiP FARES
Tlic Blnirniinn Islands,
Australia, China and Japan,
HEY YORK AND LIVERPOOL!
THE GREAT TRANS-CONTINENTAL
ALL RAIL ROUTE, Tint
CENTRAL AND UNION
IS SOW IN" COMPLETE RCN'SISQ ORDER
PUOn SAiV FUAIVCISCO
TO THE ATLANTIC SEA E0ARD.
rMl ROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN'S LEAVE
JL SAN t'KANCIcCU DAILY, making prompt ooonections
with the several Railway Lines in the Eastern tatts, for ALL
TUB CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA,
and connecting at NEW YORK with the several Steamer Lines
lo ANULAND, FRANCE, and ALL EUROPEAN FORTd.
Throorh Time ttoins; East. From Sao Francisco to Omaha.
4 days and 0 boors ; to Chicago, 6 days and 0 hours j to New
Fork, 8 days and 20 hoars.
SILVER PALACE SLEEPING COACHES, second to none
In the world, are run daily from San Francisco to New York,
and intermediate points. These Drawing-Room Cars by oat,
and Sleeping Cars by might, are unexcelled . for comfort and
convenience to the Passenger while en route combining; the
elegance of a private parlor and all accommodations pertaining
to a well-furnished chamber, with' comfortable Couches, Clean
Betiding, etc A competent Porter accompanies each Car to
attend to the wants of our patrons. . . . ,
Children not over twelve (12) years of age,nlf Fare i under
live (5) years of age, rats.
100 pounds orBaggagre, per adult Passenger, rsx. ' ' '
60 pounds of Baggage, per Child between 6 and 12 years of
age, rasa. .
Extra Bagfrage, over 100 roanls, between Sacramento and
Omaha, currency, lb per 100 pounds. , . .
TIIROCGIl TICKET OFFICE,
415 cALironniA street,
SAN FRANCISCO.. '
THROUGH FREIGHTS, from San" Francisco to New York,
and other Eastern cities, contracted through st LOW RATES.
XT Mark Goods Care C. Pi R. B"
t A. N. TOWNE, Geo. SaptC. P. R. R.
T. M. Goodmas, Geo.. Passenger Agent,
C. O. HAMMOND, Gen! Supt. U. P. R. R.
' FaAS. Coltoh, Gen. Passenger Areat,
1U 8m - . Omaha. Nebraska.
ELEY'S AfsjllVlUNITIOrJ !
THE BOXER CARTRIDGES .
tb Henry, and Martini-Henry Rifles of
40 bore, adopted by Her Majesty's War
Department, also of -500 bore, for Military
- WATERPROOF CENTRAL-FIRE ME-1
TALLIC CARTRIDGES With enlarged
Base fir small bores adopted hr Foreign
Oovernments ' fir coaverted -hassejiot,-Berdan,
Remington, and other Rifles ; also
lartrMges rot ttaiiara, tne Spencer, and
American tienry nepeaung ttines.'
" The "ELEY BOXER" are the cheapest
Cartridges known, carrying their own ifrni-1
tioo, and being made wholly of metal, are waterproof and im.
periababM in any climate, - I. . i
The above Cartridge cases (emnty of all sises, and for the
Kifferent systems of lireech-loadtng HiQea, oaa be had .with or
without the suitable Bulleu and Machines ft finishing the Car
tridges, i ; -. .
BOXER CARTRIDGES of -430 bore tut Revolving Pistols,
used in Her Majesty's Navy.
COPPER RIM-FIRE CARTRIDGES of all sizes, for Smith
ft Wesson's, Tranter's, and other Pocket Revolvers.
' PIN-CARTRIDGES for Lafancheux Revolvers of 2-mr. 9-m
and ?-m'. bore. ; ' '
' CKNTRAL-FTRE and PIN-FIRE CARTRIDGES for ail sizes
and systems of Guns, Rifles, and Revolvers. '
1 I)ooWe Waterproof and K. B. Caps. Patent Wire Cartridges,
Felt Hon Waddings fnr Itreecb and Muzzle Loadeni, and every
deS4'riptiiuof itportiriRand Military Amuiuniiion. :
CRAY'S INN ROAD. .LONDON.
"! WHOLESALE ONLY. eowly
THE LATESTWAE NEWS.
Dates to October 24th.
French Press ou English Intervention.
Tocrs, Oct. 24. La France newppafier pays:
TIte armistice is not concluded but hope is enter
tained of peace. All are surprised at the atti
tude of England. Having paid no attention to
Tbiere, she suddenly does much more than was
asked of her takes the initiative and proposes
bluntly a suspension of arms to allow the election
of the members of the Constituent Assembly
wuicn may mage peace, in thus acting docs
England listen to general interest to considera
tions of policy and humanity or is she secretly
pushed by tLe belligerent who has had all her
sympathy up to the present time. Many persons, .
adds that journal, incline to the belief that the
hngliFli Cabinet is acting by the advice of Prus
sia, who having stopped indefinitely before
Paris has made known to England that the
time has come for action on her part. La Frame
says England was not again solicited by France,
whose application 6he at first received. France
aks not for an assistance and has not authorized
England to ask for one. Since the failure of
Favre, France has thought only, of organizing for
defense. "Whatever motive 6he may have, Eng
land must notice the mustering of our Mobile
Guards and the spirit of Paris, Lyons and other
large cities. As England now proposes an armis
tice, it must ' bo because 6he nnderstands that
proposals will be made which-wo may accept.
1'he journal refuses to admit the (jood intentions
of England and believes that she is acting solely
for Prussia, who at last finds she has undertaken
an impossible task, England is advised to tell
Prussia to make the rnoet reasonable demand else
war a C entrance will only be the result.
It is reported to-day. in explanation of General
Boyer's visit to the King ot Prussia, that offers
of peace were made to Eazaine, and he waa
invited to send an embassy to Versailles.
People in official circles dwell on the circum
stance that the present move of England follows
close on the circular in which Bismarck affects
such concern lest the Parisians may suffer the
horrors of famine.
They the journals declare that France must
act with courage now. She must acedpt no
Some ancrehension i-inrr hr nrr,a nn.
nectcd with the (Jovernmcnt Lcre that Paris will
L A j-- Vj i'vuiiiw vuii
refute any peace the terms of which do not pro
vide for the withdrawal of all l'riibtiians from
Itnmored Signature or a Peace by
London, Oct. 23. There are rumors here that
the conditions of a peace have been signed be
tween liazaine and Kim; William, bv which it ia
I stipulated that, the Empress Eugenie giving her
content, ne tsnaii go to ereailles and sign a
treaty as tho representative of the only Govern
ment recognized by Prussia.
England Attempts Mediation.
London, Oct. 24. It is stated on good author
ity that the intervention of England in favor of
an armistice was induced by the apprehension of
ulterior designs on the part of Russia and Prus
sia to form a close alliance, and the fact that
Russia is quietly arming is well known, despite
her official denials. Enand begins to see that
the utter prontation of France would deprive her
of the only strong ally to be depended on for the
frustration of Russia's political schemes in the
East. An UneaSV feelimr nrpvniln in financial
circles. It is anticipated that should the efforts
r f 1 .? r -i i -li j ,
vi i-uiouu tun, ohk wm uuups oiner ana scron'er
measures to secure the cessation of the war.
The Peace Prospect in London.
London, Oct. 24. There is authority for stat
ing that negotiations thus far are proceeding
satisfactorily. Granville proposed a meeting be
tween Thiers and Bismarck and both assented.
Bismarck sent Thiers a safe conduct but no basis
has been accepted, as suggested. Granville ex
presses himself satisfied with the manner in which
his overtures have been received on all 6ides by
other neutral Powers ns well as by the belliger
ents but to-day as yesterday he avoids expressing
any confidence of their success. Nothing has
been heard from Paris. Rumors of peace abound .
It is reported that the Empress is participating
in the negotiations and also the Emperor but it
iti? j ,- - . .
ih ueneveu notiung serious is progressing except
from Granville's initiative.
Berlin, Oct. 21. Baron Von Frisen, Minister
of the Federal Council and Saxon Minister of
Finance has been summoned to Versailles.'
St. Petersbcrg, Oct. 21. Her Wendcr, an
Attachee of tho Prussian Legation, has left for
. 25,000 Prussians in Orleans.
Tours, Oct. 24. Orleans is now occupied by
25,000 Prussians, with 60 pieces of artillery.
The enemy had made fresh requisitions on the
city. : ' -
-. The . Government avoid giving information of
the French forces on the Loire, but it may be
euiicu nicy are in motion, ana tne result will soon
Some of the journals have particulars Of the al
leged massacre of the French garrison which re
cently capitulated at Soissons. The soldiers are
said to have been all shot in the woods near the
city butchered in cold blood. The government
has faith enough in the story to make it the sub
ject of official inquiry, with a view to retaliation.
The following news is made public by the min
istry. The Prussians while preparing to besiege
La Ferte, St. Anbin, suddenly retreated leaving
behind all their utensils and quantities of stores';
they went towards Laon. It is eaioTthat a mes
senger arrived in the German camp, and his in
telligence caused their sudden departure. It is
also said that the Prussians suffered a defeat with
heavy loss at a point in the neighborhood of La
Ferte, and that the troops were hastily withdrawn
to reinforce their beaten army.
Operations in the' Eastern Departments.
Besancon, Oct. 23. Gen. Cambriet's disnatch
to the Government states that the Prussians armin
attacked at Chattillon lo Due, where they were
repulsed the day before. At night they retreated,
and we hold the position ; we have taken many
lhe bombardment of Schlestadt commenced on
the 18th. Some bouses were burnt.
St. Quentin Evacuated The Massacre at
, , . Soissontr. (
St. Quentin, Oct. 24. This city was evacuated
yesterday. The siege of La Ferte was also aban
doned, lne corps under . the Duke of Mecklen
burg is returning to Pans.
, . The mutiny among the Soissons prisoners has
resulted in bloodshed. Seven Mobiles were killed
and three wounded. ,
London, Oct. 24." A Luxembourg dispatch
ci th A rirm nnnnr mmmirtAA Fo i -
" - - v.. .11. u iccu VUllBtl
tuted to delend the neutrality Of the Duchv. The
population is indignant at the disposition of tbe
Tours Government to cede the Duchy to Prussia
instead of Lorraine. - .'.-. '
New York, Oct. 24. The census as complete
is stated at 92G,910. - .. 4 - '
The annual report of tbe Board of Missions of
the Protestant Episcopal Church ia presented and
shows a deficit of $135,000. , .
Horace Greeley is confined to bed bv a fever re
sulting from exposure on his recent trip through
the West. . "
The Assistant Treasurer paid 1.840.000 of
c ' he English Mission '
"Washington, Oct. 24. The latest '
that Senator Morton has declined the English
mission and that it will be tendered toCresswell,
and should tho latter accept, Col. Forney will be
maae x'ost aiaster-uenerai.
Coba Desolated by a Storm.
jnew iork, Jct.':4. YVe have received the
details of a terrible storm which desolated Cuba ;
last week. '.From one to two thousand . people j
were killed or drowned. 12,000 head of cattle !
were lost.' and several vessels were wrecked. T 1
Mantanaas alone over 400 houses were destroyed.
Among the roost horrible features of this calamity
was tbe uprooting and sweeping away of. a ceme
tery and the scattering of the corpses through the
adjacent country. : .-. " .
Fast Trotting to Wagon.
New York. Oct. "21 '. Trie trot t rniiwrt.
.Park, to-day between Geo. Wilkes and Goldismiih
Maid was won by the latter in three straight
heats, making the fastest time to wagon reworded.
Time, 2:24, 2:25i, 2:251.
Removal ol the tjapiiai.
Cincinnati, Oct. 24. Delegates have been ar
riving for,the Convention to consider the propri
ety of removing the National Capital from
Washington. L. N. Keavis, of Missouri, G. N.
Stewart, of Alabama, and C. . Forshey, of
Texas, of the Executive Committee, are here.
Delegates in considerable numbers are expected
on the night train. The tXravention will be
called to order to-morrow at noon by Judge
Caton, of Illinois, the president, if the St. Louis
Convention should arrive ;' otherwise, by Vice
President Stewart, of Alabama. Delegates gen
erally are appointed from all the States. The
nu nicer here to-uignt is noi targe, a guw , . nf rrime
vention is expected. A letter has been received j our territories, unless for. the pre ent ion of crime
by the Executive Committee from Horace Greeley, ; by s.icb shipwrecked persons.- .And further . 4 1 Hat
expressing his opinion that if the subject be care- j Laving voluntarily received missionaries, they shall
fully canvassed that the change will be approved, j e auowed" perfect freedom'"in preaching and teach
llo thinks the place selected should be the focus ; . Qf tbeir jjoCtrines ; nor shall any of .our. people
of art and natural refinement, inviting the pres- j forbidden or" withheld by any person within the
ZLZTiT be i limits otr territori preach
New York is pre-eminently that city, butis quite ing and, teaching. And father :?ht any of our
sure Washington ia not. : people who now" are; or hereafter may become
TjONdon. Oct. 21. The steamer L,nlerprtse, . n'i1J'nara fcrini hereafter .'acau ire land in
from Glasgow to Londonderry, picked up a boat,
fV Tni. Ilon,1 t 3 rtVlrlr vprtterdav after-
off Inishowen Head, at 3 o'clock yesterday alter-
noon, containins a sailor and the corpse of a girl.
The sailor stated that the steamer Cambria, of the
Anchor line, from New York, struck at 10 o'clock
on the night previous, on Inishtrahull Island,
and became a total wreck. Four other boats,
containing passengers left the 6teamer, but have
not yet been heard from. The sailor reports his
own boat upset, and all in it but himself were
drowned. The steamer took out 127 passengers,
among whom was Geii. Davies, of Chicago- ,-
The Oldest Wasiiington Clerk. Charles
L Vinson, who in his ninetieth year, is now. the
oldest clerk m the Treasury, and probably tne
oldest man in the employ of the Government.
Hid name is on the rolls of the Third Auditor's
office, to which he had been attached as a clerk
for many years. He received his appointment as
a clerk in the Treasury Department in July, loll,
and has remained in 'office ever since. Of course
Mr. Vinson is now incapacitated from service in
the department, although he retains, in a remark
able degree all his faculties, except that of eight
I which has almost entirely failed him. He visits
I At- - sT? - 1 ? 1 I. ,1 T MIAtnAl
lIJ omix wever, fcabioiiiiuy, aim i .i
on such occasions with marked attention by all
his young and old associates. Mr. Vinson Bays
that there is not now a man left alive who came
to Washington in the employ of the Government
when it was removed there from Philadelphia in
the year 1800. ,
N E W
Just Received per
HORTH GERMAN SHIP "SOLO,"
HAWAIIAN BARK " R. W. AVOOD,"
' AND FOR SALE BY '
AFOFJC &. ACHUCK.
TESTS BATHING TUBS (TEAK WOOD,)
NESTS CAMPHOR TRUNKS,
13anil;i Hope, I) liferent Sizes,
32AM LA CIGARS, CIT TOBACCO,
TiOVFIS TT1MF! OOT-OTMrj TP! A
Boxes Kgo Mi Tea, '. "
Boxes Orange Pnco Ten,
' Boxes Souchong Tea,"
Bases Sngnr Candy, Boxes Arrowrsel,
SUITS WHITE SILK PAJAMAS,
SUITS SKIN SILK PAJAMAS, '
SUITS COTTON PAJAMAS,
.; ! 1., ,
Pes. While Grass Cloth, best quality.
Pieces Blue Grass Cloth. . '
Pieces White t'onpee Silk,
Pieces Black Satin,
Piews Assorted Dress Eilk, '
Assortment Jewelry Fancy Jewelry Boxes
STONE GATE POSTS, BPJ.CKS,
CHINA WARE AND FURNITURE
742 3ia '
Expected per A. J. Popc
- IVom Bremen.
A LARGE INVOICE OF CIGARSOFTIIE
Js. .i following brands.'
KL OLOBO, FLKR K INES, .
V1RIATO. J ORG K JUAN,
CREMA, . i HKH.CULK3,
TIP TOP, BOA, :
. . VERENA. . PERLA K LOS ANTILLOS.
08 2m For Sale by If. HACKFELD Si. Co.
RECEIVED PER R. C. WYLIE,
' TI1K VERY
FIIEST FAKIIYA COLOGNE
And For Sale at Reduced Prices,
By E. HOFPMANX.
J list Received ex lolnni,
B IT A M ' S ' :r
EIGHT CARD MATCHES!
08 3ra And for sale by CASTLB & C00KK.
SALT FOR SAUE.
fllHE AGENTS OP THE PDULOA SALT
JL WORKS offer for sale by the Bag. Barrel or Cargo, either
Table, Dairy or Coarse Salt. The Salt from these Works is of
superior quality, and can be had at reasonable rates on appu
cation to. C. L. RICHARDS t CO.,
. 745 3tn . L Agents.
PEW OF THOSE SUPERIOR
Oregon Sugar Cured Ilains I
, Received per FALKISEURdj and. for Sale by
739 6m , . .. , . BOLLES A OC.
NOTHING HAS BEEN FOUND TO SUR
PASS . , ,
Winter's Metallic Paint ! -
As a protection for all kinds of Sheds. Buildings, Roofs, Boilers.
Iren or Wood-work exoosed to the chances incident to a tropi
cal climate. It is anti-corrosive, resists dampness and defies
decay, and Is the only armor which protects from all vicissitudes.
For Sale Wholesale by C. Brewer & Co., '
And at retail by all enterprising dealers tr. Paints. 746 6m
" Heading Itooin.
OPEN TO ALL, EVERT. DAY
IN Til K WEKK. (
. UoBrs from 9 1. JI, to 10 P. 31., ,
- a . Up-sinira, its tbe .SilrV House.
The last Friday -everting of each moDlb reserved tor tbe meet
ings of the V. M. C, Al 08 ly
L Ai 1 AX liRKAlj ; ESTATE.
SEVERAL PROPERTIES O.VtHKSE
Inlands for sale, apply to ' - . . .'..,:
ol W. L. GREEN. '
Treaty trllb the Unite staie-
I (uut of I'ouape. or A wr
Know all the r'uiersof the earth, that we, the
Kings and High Cbiefe of the Island of Ponape, do
bind ourselvesj -oir heirs, and 'lawful successors
from this time and foreVer, to protect the lives and
property of all perwns who may be shipwrecked
on the shores of any part of our territories, and to
give them all possible aid and comfort till they are
able to leave for their homes, or such other places
as they may elect. And further: That ucb ship
wrecked persons shall in no vay be restrained of
thpJr 'libertvVr freedom while within the limits of
ouf territ0ries by lawful purchase, shall, on the
' f cm mnfnallv nirrpcfi UDon. be fur-
the sum mutually airreed upon, be fur
njshed with a deed descriptive of th aud so pur-
r-hasprl. which deed shall secure said Tmfcha'ser, his
heirs, assigns" and executors forever in the quiet
and peaceable possession 6f the land. And further:
That all foreigners residing or trading within the
limits of our territories shall be sale and secure in
the possession of their property and the pursuit of
their lawful business ; nor shall any person within
our domiuions entice any seaman to desert from
hki.vessel, ox. harbor or conceal . said seaman -after
such desertion., under a fine, of (50) fifty dollars.
In witness whereof, we laVc hereunto set our
several bauds and seals this eighteenth day of June,
1870, on board the United "States ship Jamestown.
''Friend. :'.:--' i' ? . , c : i
The total length of the Rhine, following its
windings, is about 960 miles, and its basin in
cludes, an area, of 65,280 miles. .Its breadth
varies'much from 700 to over 2,000 feet and
its depth varies from five to fifty feet.
Ex IOLANIfrom BOSTON.
j BARRLLS PRIME PORK.
NEW BEDFORD C. B. WHALE BOATS, SO feet.
CASES BOMB LANCES, No. 1 and 2,
NEW BEDFORD WHALE LINE,
LANCES, TOGGLE IRONS, HEAVlT SEA BOOTS,
;! ONE TABER'S CABOOSE, Complete. : , ;
2000 Barrels New Oil Casks.
FOR SALE BY
II. HACKFELD Si. Co.
. 1 t -
ire, Fire, Fire Z
14 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS FROM
BOSTON, Yia Ssd Francisco for salq by
C. BREWER A CO.
- N. -O. These Machines, so deserved! popular in the United
Statfes, where they have saved millions of property, will e sold
for cost and charges. (720 ly) J. u. & VO.
THEOD. C. HEUCK
HAS JUST RECEIVED
BY THE HAWAIIAN
BARK R. C. WYLIE,
:;i , IIAL.TERM ANN, MASTER,
A SPLENDID ASSOrTMENT OF
Selected with the Greatest Care
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
ENGLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
SILK. TVOOLEN AND COTTON
CLOTHING AND HOSIERY,
. . . BROAD AND BILLIARD CLOTHS.
Paints and Oils, Wall Paper,
' " . . '. . .
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER
In quarts and pints Deetjen A Scnroeder's Star brand.
Best French Clarets and Brandy
In casks and cases.
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin
. ; t 1 ' . ' - In cases and in bulk.
SPARKLING HOCK, In quarto and pints.
, Ladies1 and Gent's Boots and Shoes
of the best make aod manafactura.
Cases of Toys ancl oIs,
ROSEWOOD COTTAGE PIANOS,
i -r 1 ; ? . f - . ; ' " T ' r ,Y
, of Uje newest pattern, and unsurpassed In brilliancy J
3 Large Burglar aktd Flre-prooriroa Safes.
A VARIETY OF OTHER ARTICLES !
Too oameroas to mention.
SiiitabTeTof Town & Country Jrade,
' JS O 0E1. S'-A. Xji 3D '
ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
a. i o , o isr-' hc j rsr i ,
McMorray's Fresh Oysters, No. 1 Hawaiian Bice,
Best Island Paddy, Manila Rope-llJ, 2, 2i and 3 In.
Havana Cigars, the best in the Uarket.
Swiss, CsITfomis and Limbers Cbeese,' r v. f-y
- - . t . 2 . . ; .i
Boxes Salad Oil, Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco,
New Styles LADIES' TRIMMED HATS.
Gent's Furnishing Goods Afnerican, etc. t
Far Sale Cheap ait the Stare af " ' -
' ' il TnEOD. C. HEUCK.
... Xort Street.
ol 6 m
FALL SEASON 1S70.
BEST A 1 HAWAIIM 5IESS BEEF!
. C. OERXLEMANT. KAUAI.
s livttlii: AKPwifeiTW).i in a U) J
ifr The above Beef is. packed by an experienced Butcher
cured in Liverpool IsJt. and packed in Turk's Island tSalt.
The best refereaee can; A given. Fo aida inquantities to
ol Cm TIIEOD. C. IIEIX'K.
DiLLINGHAd & GO.
KIIVC:.ST., IVEAR TOUT.
Hal1 EX RECENT ABRI"
A" VERY FIXE ASSORTMENT OP
. v Of icl he fu'wing articles are but a souUI part
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Yfhich we can warrant to be Downer's, as we Import it
ourselves from the manufacturer. ,
Byam's S Card ?Iatclies.
" - A m n KK:AV Sltf w.. L m
A lew viMtrsi vi wuivu w c Bbiii iinvsj uil liauil, " '
I Spanish spurs, English spurs,
I . '. f1101 n "naffle bits.
steel nd allvsr plated; , .
Stirrups, bridles, head stalls,' . -
Horse collars, mule collars and harness.
SADDLE LEATHER, - '" !
HORSE SHOES AND NAILS.
R (JOB Eli HOSE, 1-2.
3-1, 1, i 1-2
, and 2 inch, , . ,
- To be sold at the Lowest' Market Prices. " '
Xlftiug and Force Pumps, assorted sises. ; ; r -i y: j
Well buckets and well wheels.
Carriage Bolts, Machine and Tire Bolts,
. .... , . Bed screws and nuts, in large assqrmoeot,
Mason's riddles and flour sieves,
Door mats and carpet stretchers.
: " ; i IVo. 2 Seed Sowers, '
PltfWS, HORSE HOES, CULTIVATORS
Planters, garden and grub hoes, .
Collin's pick axes and Hunt's mattocks
, Shovals Hfld spades, round and square point. . .. -
Rakes, Hay and manure forks, Bush scythes.
Stable, Yard, Street and House Brushes.
: cSacrab. a hita wash and paste Brttslies,. . . .
Printer's lye and proof brushes.
Very large asiortment.
. BIRD CAGES;
COFFIN TRIMMINGS OF ALL" KINDS,
"a complete assortment. ' ' " '
Single & Double Barrel Shot Guns, Eifles,
Carbines. Smith & Wrsson's Revolvers,
. . .Cartridges of all sorts, SportlDg powder. Percussion Caps,
Sand and emery cloth and paper,
" -Engineer's Hammers and Tools,
! Carpenter's adses, C. S. A. E. Hammers No. 1, 1, 8 ft 8,
X Cut and rip saws, assd.
Smooth, jack and Jointer planes, fancy planas, draw knives
firmer, framing and mortice chisels, . ,
Single and double plane irons, assd. sises.
. ; Wire cutters, Plyers, Pincers, Bits, Brace and bits, . .
w x .Plumbs and levels. Reels and awls, Breast drills, ! x.
2 and 4 fold, 1 and 2 feet rules,
Screw drivers, Saw pads. Tack hammers. - j -
CARRIAGE 11 ATKKIAf, !
Itims, Hubs, Spokes, Shafts, Poles.
Seine Twine, Wrapping Twinei Hemp Sail
Twine, Fish and Cod Lines.
Very fine assortment of Cutlery,
Pocket knives, Assorted Shears and gcissors, , r
Butcher knives. ' ' '
AXES A,D HATCHETS.
K KEROSENE LAMPS, hanging, parlor, and band.
Kerosene cliimnies, wicks and burners. - -III
C BUCK'S AVIIITE LE1D AD ZLC, ,
Ill CRI CKS BOILED LIJVSEED OIL.
We vxmld respectfully solicit the attention of the
Public to our assortment before purchas
Goods sold at Lowest Market Rales.
DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
FALL SEASON 1870
C. L. RICHARDS CO.,
Importers of All Kinds of
HAVE ON HAND,
Tlie Way to this Fort,
REQUIRED FOR SHIPS !
in of whlfb win e Sold tlirlng tbe Stima -A
AT YJEKYXO W ItATES
Money AdTanced and Exchange akcn
..; i a , ' '
t ,-tQX.ALL PAJ2T3 OF THE WORLD,
the highest market prices
W AAiXi . Baa aAAAJ AM vouu I
' ... is.' i r .
C. f,VRICIIAIlIS & CO.
" ' ' ' ' 746 3m ;
,C BREWER St CO.
CenmrssIoB and Sufpplo; UTerdiantii,
IIsnlsila. Oakn II. I..
WOW ON HAND, 1
AND FOtt SA I,E Tir " "
0. BREWIR M Mi
An Invoice McMurray's Celebrated Oysteri
ilRESII 1 rxh filKfi.
1 FrasU2ouid Cans, ... ... t
; - j Sslcd 1 puuixl Cans, ' "I
ji'.. " . , f Spioi-4 a poand Cans, t
Aj Invoice or Glnss.vare.
Flmt Glass Oil iamps. ... i , .,
Large Round Ol.,, D,n ' -
- v" 'Tt "l'"s, Oj.al color. .
-as n Ulass. Uoal i.!.
Bpoon lluld.T, ,Dd Va.
Larga OUim Vriasa bi.ls, ele.,ts.
ALSO' . ; j ' ; ' '
1 Whitman's Horse Power,
1 Thresher ami Cleaner,
. I Rica Huller.
1 Coffee II uller,
Bets Whims Trees,
- . -i
s I'laiuroi ssales,,
Eagle No. 2,
tarle No. 20,
Steel X li,
Steel V 0 Si,
Double Mould Board.
' Steel XO.
A S Side Hill, '
Horse Carts, Mule Carts, Llcht Hand-Carts,
Light Hand-Carts for Trash Carriers.
Keg and Barrel Rivets,
- Farmers' Boilers,
Ames fthovelt, i
11 oe Handles,
cart Axles and Boxes, Are Hatchets,
Shingling Hatchets, . Bavbet AetaL
- Brass Wire Cloth, - fire Sand,
Fenos Hire, Hoop Iron.
Zino H mIi Boards,
Oak Bui kets,
Market Baskets, r . ,
, WoodSass, :
., Cowhide Whips,
.American and English Saddles, .
i , Ilaks Burin ps, bales Ounny Bags, . .
Casks Cumberland Coal,
800 tons Larkawana Coal,
Ash Planks, cases Paint Leaf lists,
Bales ol liesbp hall Duck. .
' PAINTH, s&C -
Potty in Tins,
Kegs Venetian Red, :
Kegs French Yellow,
Canes Spirits Turientlne,
Cases Linseed Oil,
Barrels Lliiiwed Oil,
Tins Coach Varnisli,
Tins Damar Varnith.
Tins Furniture Varnish,
Cases Cassia, eases Pimento, ' . '
Cases Cloves, cases Lemon Syrup,
Cases Halemlus, cases Carb. Hoda,
Burnett's Extracts Pembroke Salt, Dairy Ball
A FEW CASES OF
MRS. FEARINC'S PRESERVES,
745 Crab Apples, Plums, Pears, etc., tir,. Co
ISu teller Wagon
ONE COVERED BUTCHER
VVagnn on springn f.r sal by 1
743 8m C. BRfcWER It CO.
To Arrive per "Iolani,"
fsflsTl CASES DOWNER'S. K1UCOSE7II
J J r Oil. For sale by
C. BRKWF.R s CO
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST. '
-1 i t
SOME OF THE HAL LET k
ComaLon Instruments have been In o. lo tlu
' city tor over fourteen years, aad sUII retail
1 1 their Dwritv and biilHaucv id suae. t'bey mn
built to last, and are iu the and the cheapest luatraaieuts
fered in this market. (
P.UOn T.'Oclsire, Raaewaasl i'aaai T
ZIAZsXJJT & OVMSTOU riATJO
For Sale ly .
C. BRKWKR A CO. t
C. BREWER & CO.
HAVE FOR SALE, "
Sheeting) Drillings, and Denims,
JgALES STARK M1LDI A SIIKETINO.
,; Bales Stark MWsliesjsetlog,
Bales BLark Mills A DriKinf.
Cases f (nrbatta'a Dtnlan,; . t . . ; J ' ;
Cases Merriaac Denims,
:,,-! . , .c . .' Owse Cstoo PfBlsM-
i;ingUaiii ntid Cotton;
Caaas Qlatgow' Mills Glnghaiaa, ' . . ..
Cases Bleached Baltic Ctons, . . . ( .
Cases Bleacked Forart Dell Cottons,
r ' Cases Bleached Truckee River Cottens, ' '
Cases Bleached Edgartowsj Brown OoUxisw ,
, .Cases Wfk. RocklugUan Browa Cotuys ,
Cases Albion n Prints Oreen sad Hoi, ' ., ,
Cases Oriental " Prints Buff and rurpie, f ,
Cases American n Prints Browns,
Cases "Cacheeo" Prints Browns,'
'. i : ! . - Cases Bt CUiits'' Prkds-WhlU.
r ( 9r Sale Low to Clow Continmentf a ' s
C. BREWER t CO( j
OF ALL "IZES WEIGHING FROM 70U
TOj 3,000 pounds. k.i - 1
ALSO, COUNTER SCALES
For sate by
C. URF.W1R A tX).,
? , Market Wharf. '
ANCHORS FROM SOOlOSUOlH
AN s) CHAINS so . - For sale by - H- - v k
' -its am - -c.' bubWRR' CO: :
Kaolin. Fire Sand.