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v IIW YORK BXKALD.
Of the various phenomena presented by the rapid
advances of science and the useful arts, daring the
wood quarter of the nineteenth century, none is
mora interesting, or more astounding, than that ex
hibited in the manufacture of newspapers. To the
eaxaful observer, on reviewing the whole process
mental, artistkal, and mechanical it would seem
that the utmost bounds cf human ingenuity, energy
and sagacity had been attained, and the modus ope
randi now Dursued at the principal establishment in
this and other large cities had reached the acme of
excellence, Yet, or the millions wbo daily or weekly
. receive and peruse these prime advancers of civiliza
tion and refinement, scarcely one person in a hun
dred appreciates the mental, physical and pecuniary
capital expended upon a sheet which costs them but
two or three cents, any more than they realize that
saria! publications have attained an influence vitally
sheeting the whole social economy of humanity.
History informs us that the diffusion of intelligence
by manuscript bulletins was practiced at Rome before
the Christian era, yet three centuries have not elapsed
Knee the first newin-rer was nrinted. It was
the JStglish Jlerenne, and appeared in London, on
tie 23rd of July, 1583. The first newspaper pub-
t V.V A I .V D . X . r.J
. nwn .u .iviui aiunM w&s mo xxjatuu .fc u. a k
trr, which was commenced on the 24th of April, 1701,
by John Campbell, a Scotchman, who was a book-
' taller, and at the time Postmaster of the town. It
was a sheet twelve inches by eight, printed in small
pica type, and made up in two pages folio of two col
umns each. The advertising patronage was not ex
tensive, as sometimes one would appear, but oftener
none. It reached a irirr-nlnf inn of three hundred in
the fourteenth year of its existence, at which time the
publisher announced that, his weekly half-eheet being
Ir sufficient to keep up with the foreign news, e
should issue an extra each fortnight. The first news
paper m this city was the .Ntw lork Gazette, which
appeared on the 16th of October, i;25. It was a
wecidy, and nearly sixty years elacaed before a daily
Ls.e was attempted. In 1801, the whole number of
Iiswpape.-s in the United States was two hundred; m
18oO, there were two thousand three hundred and
two; at the present time, from the most reliable data,
it is estimated that there are nearly four thousand, of
which number about seven hundred are published in
tie sute of Sttw l ork.
The liberty of the press may be said to be perfect
in this country; therefore, the United States has be
. come the greatest newspaper producing, while its
people are the greatest newspaper reading, commu
nity in the world. Another cause of the prolusion
Of newspapers is the economical manner in which
many of U country newspapers are conducted. We
oa.e Known instances where the duties of editor,
puOueher, compositor and pressmen were all combined
la a single individual, and can point to more than
one example where such a display of enterprise has
led to fame and fortune. Even in this city, twenty
five years ago, ten thousand dollars was considered a
far sapital to start a daily newspaper. One prin
cipal editor, with an assistant, constituted the whole
Lterary force. One or two editorials, a column or
two of items, a bst of marine arrivals, a few market
repurts, notices and advertisements, constituted the
new matter of the day. This was contained on the
ecbnd page the remainder of the sheet being filled
wua unreliable advertisements, the most of which
Wert unchanged from one year's end to the next, and
a&rding prodt to neither publisher nor patron.
However, during the last fifteen years, the whole sys
tem cf city newspapers has been metamorphosed,
lea times ten thousand dollars would not duplicate
the machinery department alone of the New York
Herald establishment. The literary corps, besides
- the cditor-UKhief, consists of over twenty assistant,
regularly employed in the office, and scores of con
tnsutors in every civilized portion of the globe. The
employes in the mechanical and business depart
ments number hundreds. Instead cf standing ad
vertisements, nearly the whole sheet is renewed every
day; and, while the literary and news departments
present a repertory of all occurrences of moment or
interest, the advertising department is scarcely less
liumtinr . , sl nnirprul dirMtnrv fn mintsta, tn .11
ear wants. Thus, by the aid of steam and electric
Icy, together with the highest intellectual ability, our
' leading journals have become, as it were, the pulse of
the body politic cot only originating, but controlling
public opinion, by reflecting every phase of life, be
sides historically recording all passing events.
Of the many circumstances that have combined to
produce these extraordinary results, one of the most
important was the perfection of the type-revolving or
"Lightning" Press, the principle of which, no longer
ago than 1651, was pronounced by persons of great
mechanical experience a physical impossibility a
parallel assertion, in all its bearings, to Dr. Lardner's
prediction in regard to ocean steam navigation. In
a former number of the United State Magazine
(March, 1865), we presented a paper illustrating the
establishment of the Messrs. Hoe, in which this tri
umph of American genius and ingenuity was fully
described. Since that time Colonel Hoe has still fur
ther extended the capacity of the machine; and, by
the new ten-cylinder apparatus, the enormous quan
tity of twenty-four thousand impressions per hour
cut be produced. To effect this, the type-revolving
cylinder is propelled at the rate of forty revolutions
per minute the sheets being manipulated at the rate
of one in every second and a half on each of the ten
impression cylinders. The lamented Dr. Ure, in
peaking of Applegath's machine, by which the Lon
don Tints has been printed for tome six years past, ;
and by which a speed of nine thousand per hour was
obtained, pronounced it "one of the most miraculous
inventions ever made." How much more honor,
then, is due to Colonel Hoe, by whose machine, at
h df the expense tor labor, nearly three times nine
thousand are produced. Our English brethren ha ire,
. 1 ... i 1 1 ; I . . .i m ,
ire have the sititf tction to state that our distinguish
ed cuuntryman is now engaged filling orders fur the
TimM, Illustrated JVezcs, and probably other estab
lishments in the city of London.
We have, however, strayed from our text; we must
leave the presses for the present, and exemplify the
topic of our pa pe. In the series of manufacturing
articles which have appeared in this Magazine, it has
been our aim to select the largest and most perfect
establish meats aa the subject of illustration. Fur
taa reason, after due examination, we have chosen
the establishment of the New Tork Herald to illus
trate the manufacture of newspapers. Taking it as
a whole, it certainly is not surpassed, if equaled, in
this or any other country. A short time since, in
eompacy with a corps of artists, we visited the Her
mid, anl w.th some difficulty obtained the consent of
the proprietor to collect such data, and make such
drawings as would suit our purpose. The results it
gives us pleasure to present our readers.
The establishment of the New Tork Herald is lo
cated on the north-west corner of Fulton an I Xcssau
streets, in the very fucus of the commerce and trade
cf the New World. The building, a portion of which
Iras erected expressly for its accommodation, is five
Stories high, exclusive of two basements, making
sevea floors in all; and extends 85 feet on the former,
and 7 J feet on the latter street.
The business office is on a level with the street.
The fronts are composed of glazed panels five of
which are doors, two on one street and three on the
other. ' At about one-third the distance from thtiM,
wall, a counter divides the apartment lengthwise.
Behind the counter are the bureaus of the superin
tcodant, cashier, book-keeper, advertising clerks, and
that of "Answers to Advertisements." On the
counter are two raised desks where the advertising
clerks receive advertisements, subscriptions, orders
fbr papers, etc. At the further end are a series of
figured and lettered boxes for the reception of an
swers to correspondence. This latter is quite an ex
tensive poet-office; at times several thousand letters
w Jl be received and disbursed in a single day. Be
yond this is the entrance to the upper etories, con
sisting of the editorial and composing departments,
Job printing offices, libraries, wrapper-writing room,
etc. Behind the counter are speaking and signal
tubes, and dumb-waiters for conveying copy to each
floor above. Between the doors, at the front, are
desks fbr the accommodation of customers, to write
advertisements, direct papers, etc The office is fitted
With every requisite to facilitate business.
In all, fourteen persons are employe! in this de
partment, as follows : the superintendent, who has
eaarge oc ute whole mechanical and manipulating
arrangements, delivery of papers, forwarding mails,
regulation of employes, etc ; the cashier, to whom is
returned all receipts, and wbo pays all certified de
mands serai ost the establishment salaries nf em
ployes, and every species of claim that has accrued
during the current week, are paid every Saturday
seven advertising clerks, four of whom are on duty
from eight o'clock A. M. until six P. M.; two others
relieve those and remain until ten P. JL. when the
tight clerk comes on and remains until the arrival of
the farmer the next morning; a book-keeper and
three assistants; a clerk for the bureau of advertising
The business is transacted strictly on the cash
principle. All advertisements are paid for as re-
cetvea over tne counter. no paper is forwarded by
mil until the subscription price is received in ad
vance. Agents out of town remit an amount which
is credited to them, and papers forwarded until it is
exhausted. The carriers, city dealers, and news
men, mostly all pay for their papers the day previous
to their publication, receiving a check fbr the number
required, which is duly honored by the disbursing
department, -Thus it will be readily' perceived that
to bad debts are created at the establishment. -
principal of which, with the private sanctum of the
editor, and the main library, are depicted by our ar
tists. The various divisions for preparing the literary
and news matter are classified under titles nearly
similar to those under which they appear 'in the col
umns of the paper as the financial, commercial and
local markets: telegraphic, marine, foreign and do
mestic news; city intelligence, police news, reports of
the law courts, coroner's inquests, etc.; reviews of
new publications; theatrical notices and criticisms,
lb reign translations; reports of public meetings, con
ventions, and all gatherings of the people; in brief,
of all daily affairs of moment or interest.
There is only one editor of the New York Herald
Mr. James Gordon Bennett, in his capacity of sola
proprietor, has exclusive control of its columns. In
this department, he is assisted by twenty-one persons
among whom are principals for each of the divis
ions as above detailed and the regular city reporters.
Besides these, reporters are stationed in Brooklyn,
Jersey City, Hubcken and Williamsburgh; and a
staff of occasional reporters, numbering some half
dozen gentlemen, find almost constant employment
on special missions, in and out of the city, preparing
statistics, sketching news items, etc In all these ar
rangements, matters are so managed that it is im
possible for the various divisions to clash, or become
confused. Among the rules for the persons employ
ed, dispatch in furnishing reports, neatness in group
ing facts, perspicuity of detail and statement, and a
punctuality in putting the paper to press, are insisted
upon. The Herald has also correspondents, regu
larly employed and paid, at each of the leading
points for obtaining news, in Europe, Asia, Africa
and America. Either a letter or a news summary
is forwarded by every mail; in consequence, where
eteamers arrive from Jburope, California ana Havana,
on the same day, as has frequently happened of late,
intelligence from all parts of the world, from London
to the interior of Australia, appears in its columns
ca the following morning.
The appurtenances of the editorial department are
very superior; no pains nor expense have been spared
to furnish every means of facilitating labor. Re
sources for correcting data of almost every kind, can
almost instantly be laid hands on. The library is
extensive. comdetelT occupyinz two rooms, and a
portion of a third ; it has some peculiar features which
justify our devoting space to a brief description of it.
It has been collected and arranged entirely in refer
ence to the purposes of the journal, and consequently
has a value that few other private libraries possess.
INot only does it contain a vast variety of works on all
the leading branches of human knowledge, such aa
history, geography, biography, religion, politics,
medicine, science, the fine and useful arts, but it also
contains publications which are not to be found else
where. We allude to the large collection or pamph
lets, which Mr. Bennett has been accumulating du
ring his Ions political career, and which, as every
journalist is aware, frequently contain facts and data
that cannot be found in other books, or serial puoii.
cations. These pamphlets are classified under dis
tinct heads, and bound in volumes bearing the titles
of the topics on which they treat. In the printed
catalogue for the use of the employes of the estab
lishment, this classification is still further carried
out, under the beads of the different departments of
the collection ; thus, the political theis is included in
history, the commercial subject under commerce, and
the scientific theorem under science, and so on. The
title of each separate pamphlet is also set out under
the head of its respective volume, and reference to it
is still further facilitated by an arrangement, simple
in itself, but which forms the key to the whole collec
tion. For instance, a writer desires information on
a particular topic, as slavery, the history of a polit
ical party, neutral rights, etc.; he turns to the de
partment of politics in the catalogue, and under these
heads he finds reference to the pamphlets, as well as
to every other book in the library that treats on his
then speciality. All the congressional and legislative
documents are brought within the same order of
classification. The great importance of such an aux
iliary to a newspaper is obvious; yet, curious to say,
the plan is an original one, and , confined entirely to
Another convenient feature is the manner in which
the files of the Herald and other newspapers are ar
ranged. Usually, with a series extending over a
great number of years, they are put away in boarded
papers, or piled into corners where they accumulate
dust and moth; and the labor of arriving at the par
ticular volume one desires, renders a reference to it
too unpleasant and laborious to be thought of. Here
they are kept in handsome glass cases, where the ti
tles of the volumes are constantly in sight, and the
one required instantly got at. This order and neat
ness of arrangement is observable in ail the details
of the library. Large sums are weekly expended in
the binding and lettering of books, and additions
are constantly being made. The utmost care is taken
that everything should be kept in its proper place,
and the strict enforcement of the rule that no book
or other article belonging to the library shall be taken
out of the establishment, prevents the completeness
and utility of the collection being impaired.
It must not be supposed that the Herald library is
devoid of the features which bibliographers prize. It
contains a large number of rare and expensive books,
among which are Walton's London Polyglot Bible,
and the Babylonian Talmud, the first of which works
was purchased at the late sale of Dr. Schroeder's li
brary, for the unusually low price cf 8128.
Besides books, pamphlets and newspapers, the li
brary is furnished with 1-rge quantities of geograph
ical, typographical, and other maps; plans and pros
pective views of cities, towns, noted fortifications,
etc, globes, costly physical and general atlases; in
fine, with every requisite for the purposes desired.
The composing department is located in the upper
or fifth story. Ten years ago, a room, fronting on
the two streets, twenty by seventy feet square, afford
ed ample accommodation to this department. From
the rapid increase of patronage, however, it became
necessrry to issue the Herald regularly in double or
triple sheets; this compelled an extensive enlarge
ment, and the whole of the upper Story of the build
ing was altered and arranged expressly for the pur
pose, the space covered being equal to four thousand
one hundred superficial feet. The apartment is lighted
by a large skylight in the roof, and windows on three
sides, during tho day, and at night by over one hun
dred gas burners, it is lofty and thoroughly venti
lated, and is pronounced by the " craft" to be one
of the most pleasant composing rooms to be found.
It is subdivided into three divisions; the one parallel
with Nassau street being the making up or ' turtle
room ;" the extreme west side is the proof-reading
section; and between the two is the composition room
proper. The composing stands with the cases, are
ranged in parallel lines, and regularly numbered, the
compositors being designated by the numbers of the
stands. That an idea ot the quantity of type required
for a first-class newspaper might be fully under
stood, we took an inventory of the fonts now in use
on the Herald, viz :
A pate, -Total,
Fancy (for headings) 200
Advertisement rules, 1,000
Leads, - - - 600
Heretofore the type has been renewed about onoe in
eight months; but the large editions now printed with
the aid of the lightning presses, will compel its re
placement at much shorter intervals.
The whole number of persons employed in this de
partment averages about one hundred, who are class
ified as follows : a foreman, with six assistants; two
proof readers; two copy-holders; a revisor of proofi,
a corrector of revises; fifty regular compositors,
thirty irregular compositors, or " subs. ;" one turtle
cleaner: together with office boys, etc These are di
vided into two parties, designated respectively, day
and night hands. The former commence operations
at seven A. M. and retire at six P. M. ; they are en
gaged on the Evening, California, European, an
extra editions. The latter, who are far the most nu
merous, commence at two P. M., at which time the
first matter for the morning edition Is given out, and
work tfntil all is finished. The hours of labor rarely
exceed eleven out of the twenty-fuur. The compen
sation is according to the number of ems set, varying
with the skill of the operative, many of the bills
amounting to $25 and $30, or more, per week. All
composition is meararei and paid for by the number
of type set; not that they are actually counted. The
letter in, having a perfectly square shank, is taken
as the standard, and, with a scale prepared for the
purpose, the amount is readily obtained.
This establishment has always paid the highest
rates for composition. The scale of prices prescribed
bx the New lork Printers' Union is acknowledged as
a standard and fully complied with. The whole com
position averages about two million five hundred
thousand ems per week. This is equal to the amount
contained in the Holy Scriptures and Lord Byron's
poetical works. 1 be composition or a daily newsra
per is accomplished with a celerity truly marvelous.
.Frequently, a triple sheet Herald, containing as much
matter as a Waverly novel, has been " set up,' the
proof of every line carefully read, corrected and re
vised, and the first five thousand "worked off" with
in ten hours of the time of commencing operations.
In extraordinary emergencies, even greater dispatch
is necessary, and the compositors have never faUed
to meet whatever demand has been made on their in
telligence, energy, or endurance On the occasion of
the delivery of the annual message of the President
of the United States, the competition between the
principal daily newspapers to place the document be
fore the publio is intense In some establishments,
ample preparation for the event is completed days
beforehand. With the ordinary force employed, and
without any previous preparation, the last message of
President Pierce, making nearly a page, was Issued
in an extra Herald in forty minutes after it bad been
placed in the bands of the compositors; and before
the Clerk of the House of Representatives had. fin
ished reading the document, ten thrand copies were
placed in the hands of a curious public
(To he continued.)
The man who is without an idea, generally has the
greatest idea of himself' . ,-'
Doh't Defeitd on "Father." Stand up
here young man, andJeus talk to you; you
have trusted alone to the contents of your
"father's purse," or his fair ' fame, for your
. ... mi l
influence or success in . Dusiness.. a mnK y tm
that "father" has attained to eminence in his
profession, but by unwearied industry ? or that
he has amassed a fortune honestly without
enenrv and activity ? You should know that
PJ . . : rr
the laculty requisite lor me acquiring m mine
or fortune is essential to, nay, inseparable from
the retaining of either of these ! Suppose
" father" has the "rocks" in abundance; if you
never earned anything for him, you have no
more business with these "rocks" than a goslin
has with a tortoise ! and if he allows you to
meddle with them until you have gained them
by your, own industry, he perpetrates untold
mischief. And if the old gentleman is lavish
of cash towards you, while he allows you to
while away your time, you'd better leave him;
yes, run away, fiooner than be an imbecile, or
sometning worse, inrougn so corrupting an
influence. Sooner or later you must leam to
rely on your own resources, or you will not
If you have become idle, if you have eaten
father's bread and butter, and smoked father's
cigars, cut a swell in father,s buggy, and tried
to put on father's influence and reputation,
you might far better have been a poor canal
boy, the son of a chimney sweep or a boot
black, and, indeed, we would not swap with
you the situation of a poor, half-starved, mo
therless calf! Miserable objects you are, that
depend 'entirely on parent, playing gentleman
(dandy loafer.) What in the name of common
sense are you thinking of! Wake up there!
Go to work with your hands, or your brains,
and be something ! Don't merely have it to
boast of that you have grown in "father
house." that vou have veeetated as other
greenhorns! but let iJlks know that you
Come, off with your coat, clinch the plough
handles, the scythe, the axe, the pick-axe, the
spade anything that will enable you to stir
your blood ! r Jy round and tear your snirt,
rather than be the passive recipient of the old
gentleman's bounty! Sooner than play the
dandy at dad's expense, hire youself out to
some potato patch, get yourself entitled to a
resting spell, do it on your own hook. If you
have no other means of having fun of your
own, buy with your earnings an empty barrel.
and put your head into it and holloa, or get
into it and roll down hill; don't lor pity's sake
make the old gentleman furnish everything,
and you live at your ease.
Look about vou. vou well-dressed, smooth
faced do nothing drones. Who are they that
have worth and influence in society ? Are
they those that have depended alone on the old
gentleman's purse? or are they those that
have climbed their way by their own industry
and energy ? True, the old getleman's funds
or pesonal influence may secure you the lorms
of respect, but let him lose his property, or
die, and what are you ? A miserable fledgling
a bunch of flesh and bones that needs to be
taken care of!
Again we say wake up get up in the morn
ing ; turn round at least twice belore breaklast;
help the old man give him now and then a
generous lift in business learn how to take
the lead, and not depend forever on being
led and you have no idea how the discipline
will benefit you. Do this, and our word for
it, you will seem to breathe a new atmosphere,
possess a new frame, tread a new earth, make
new destiny, and then you may begin to aspire
to manhood. Take off, then, that ijng from
your little finger, break your cane, shave your
upper lip, wipe your nose, hold up your head,
and by all means, do not depend on father.
JCST RECEIVED PER RADCCA FROM
BOSTON, AND FOR SALE the following goods :
White cottons, brown cotton drills ;
Blue drills, blue cottons ;
Brown cotton, sup'r denimi;
Bl'd flannel, men's kip bruganss
Women's shoes, men's hatst
Pure while lead, black paint;
Chrome green, chrome yellow;
Prussian blue, celestial blue;
JJoiled linseed oil In cans 4 gnlL each;
Jpliits of turpentine;
TDbUv. Haxall flour;
Water, soda and butter crackers;
Ground black and Cayenne pepper;
Ground cloves and cassia, fine table salt;
Castile and saltwater soap, hams;
Cases of oysters, roast beef, boiled beef ;
Beef soup, lobster and preen peas, In 1 and 2 lb. cans;
Tomato ketchup, assorted pie fruits;
Brandy peaches, com starch;
Bottles of ground ginger, English mustard;
Dried apples in half bbls, English cheese;
Saleratus, nests of trunks, 4 esch;
Painted tubs, nests painted cov'd buckets and boxes;
. Assorted solar and glass lamps;
Solar chimneys and lampwick, shoe clicking; i
Writing Ink, sheet lead, cut nails, ass'd;
Copper and iron tacks, ass'd, ship scrapers;
Coffee mills, patent charcoal, irons;
Tin pans and plates.
A complete assortment of stationery, ko.i, Ac, Ac
38-tf 11. HACKTELD St CO.
Inn M RED WOOD SHIXGL.ES,
J J 10 do t inch Bed Wood,
Sideing Plained, ex Fanny Major.
A general assortment of Lumber, Window Sash, Doors, Ac,
Ae., always on hand. For sale by
87-tf GEORGE Q. HOWE.
ALL. PERSOXS are forbidden to purchase Sheep or
Wool from the flock In charge of Dr. McDougall, and now
ruaning on the lower portion of the land of Hillimaile, Maul,
without my consent in writing.
FERD. W. HTTCHISOS.
Lahalna, Maui, March 2, 1857.
PIANO FORTES AND FLTEtNITCRE FOR
SALE The undersigned have on hand and offer for sate,
Superior rosewood and mahogany Piano Fortes,
Elegant heavy rosewood and mahogany Arm Chairs,
Elegant rosewood and mahogany Rocking Chairs,
Iron Rocking Chairs and Bedsteads.
July 1, 1-1 VPS HOLT st HETJCg.
ON BOARD THE JOHN MARSHALL 100
tons of the very best Scranton lump coals, any quantity of
which I will sell at $20 per ton of 2000 fb weight. .
G. P. JTDD. ,
ON HAND AND FOR SALE.
BT THE UNDERSIGNED Fancy Biscuits,
Queen's and Pto-Kio Cakes, In 2Mb tins,
Bardlnes a rhuile, in half boxes,
English Mustard, In ft and hatf-ft boxes.
Soap in 60-lb cases.
July 1, 1-tf VOX HOLT k HTXCK.
DYERS' HEALING EMBROCATION,
TTIOR EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL USE.
Jf It Is a perfect pain destroyer, and an invaluable remedy
for Rheumatism, Cuts, Wounds, Pain in the 8ide, Back and
Limbs, Lumbago, Sore Throat, Burr.s, Scalds, Swellings, Ague,
Cramp, etc. For cuts and wounds it is superior to any other
preparation ; it will afford lmnedlate relief in scalds or bums
and for nains or weakness In any part of the system, It will giv
oertaJa reilc In a very little time. For sale at retail by traders
throughout the Islands. For sale wholesale at Honolulu by
July 1, 1868-ti. B. W. FIELD.
NOTICES-ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
HEX BY MACFABXASE, of the Coxmcbciai. Hotel at
Honolulu, and the Coxxsbciai. Billiard Saloos and Ras
TAFiAjrr at Lahalna, are hereby notified to make payment to
the undersigned t and all persons who have claims on the abort
named HEXRY MACFARLANE, are requested to present
accounts to the undersigned duly appointed agents for the
settlement of Ills affairs. A. P. EVERETT,
X. nAM. BRIO "EMMA" FROM HAM
BURG, for sale at the store of the undersigned, oonslstlng
partly of the following article
Cases Ginghams, pliLffh!te and dotted Muslins,
Blk Alpacca, and Paramatta, Irish linen Drill,
Silk Corahs, do Cravata, plain colored and checkered SUk,
Under shirts, Drawers, ladles' Hose,
Fancy, brown it mlx'd socks, blue navy caps k covers, Ac
A well selected assortment of
FRXSfl PRESERrXS, In eases of two dos. each, vis t
Game, Meats and Soups, Bolognas, ' . v
Liver Sausage and black Puddings,
Jama, Jellies, Ac, Ac
Fresh Eng. Mustard, t and lb. bottles
Ass'd drops and Losenges,
A small lot of light and heavy CLOTHING,
A few ot the new style MOSS PICT L' RES.
IS tf Vox HOLT t HXUCK.
CLOTHING FOR SALE The undersigned have
always on hand an assortment of German mads Clothing,
Coats Cloaks, and Pants of different styles.
July 1, 1-tf VON HOLT k HXTJCK.
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
Vn V11TJI IwnUhT
B. W. FIELD.
DOORS-t FEET BT S FEET, 9 INCHES
thick 8 feet by 7 feet, 1) Inches thick ; feet 8 Inches
by 6 fact 8 inches, li Inches thick. For sale by
fr-tf. , A. P. XVZBXTT.
NCHOUS At CHAINS, for sale at the lowest mar
L ket rates, by Jy J, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION
TaS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE rlva fbr,
by Ik TELESIO, f
- corner or snuann and quean uresis.
SHIP CHANDLER AND IMPORTER,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND HARD
WARE, Crockery, Whale Line, Casks, Preserved Meats,
and every article of Ship Chandlery required by Whale ships
and other vessels. - : ,
Ship Chawdlrrv. Craft Ate
Anchors, Chain Cables, Hawsers, Anchor Shackles
Chain and Topsail Sheet Shackles, Windlass Nippers and
Brakes, Ships Cambooses and Coppers.
Extra Stove linings and Grates, Russia Iron Bake Pans).
Small Cabin Stoves, Boat Boards Masts and Timbers. -'
Oars, Boat Hooks and Anchors, Boat Cutting and Bead
, Spades, Harpoons, Gig Irons, Lances, Lance poles.
' Spade Poles, Grains, Gafis, Pikes, Rowlocks.
Composition Gudgeons, Boat Corks, Can and Sister Books.
Hooks and Thimbles, Open and Welded Thimbles.
Dead Eyes, Bulls Eyes, Leading. Trucks, Ships Scrapers. ,
Leaning, Boarding, Boat and Blubber Knives.
Mincing Knives, for Mincing Machines.
Pitch and Try Pott, Crow Bars, (steel pointed)
Boat Ruffs and Clinches, Fog Horns, Deck Lights.
Hardware A Tool.
Side Lights, Caulking Irons, Mariinsplkes, Hand-spikes.
Handcuffs, Rigging Screws, Rigging and Pump Leather.
Boat Hatchets, Saw Sets, Patent Saw Seta,
Plane Irons, Long and Short Jointers.
Double and Single Fore Planes, Match, Bead A Plow Fanes
Cut box Fillister Planes, Sash and Coping Planes.
Grecian Ovelus, Handsaws, 0. o. Bacluaws.
Compass Saws, Wood Saws, dodo framed.
Hunt's C. S. Handled Axes, Broad and Narrow Axes.
Axe Hatchets, Broad Hatchets, Nail Hammers C. 8. strapM,
Nail Hammers Adze eye, Tack Hammers C. L.
Coppering Hammers, Bright Saddlers do Drawing Knives
Blocks, Pat. Bushed, Double, Single, Davit A Cat do.
Iron Strapped Blocks, Iron Hoops, Mast do.
"Bushed Sheaves Iron, do Llgnumvitte. '
Jib, Fly Jib and Stay-Sail Hanks, Hand Pumps.
Copper Oil Pumps, Upper and Lower Pump Boxes.
Chain F-ncheg, Top Mauls, Bright A Black Screw Wrenches.
Bench A Hand Vices, Pinner, Mortice, and Socket Chisels.
Firmer A Mortice Gouges, Large A Small Pincers.
. Drawing Knives, Compasses, Screw Drivers. .".
Braces A Bits, Auger A Center Bits, Eng. Angers. '
Spike, Nail, A Rutting Gimblets, Wood A Iron Spokeshavsa,
' Steal A Try Squares, Plumbs A Levels. Slicing Bevels.
Mortice Guaces, Box Wood Rules, (four folds).
Board Measure. Box Wood Rules. Box Wood Calliper Rules
Fine Ivory Rules, Grindstones. Sand Paper.
Grindstone Cranks, (with rollers complete).
Oil Stones, Whetstones. Rifles tones. Sandstones.
Sanded-Wood KiiJes, Axe, Auger A Chisel Handles.
Brass Butt, Stop, A Key'd Cocks, Pat. Molasses Gates.
Eng. Steelyards, Improved Spring Balances.
Self Shutting Gate Hinges, Horse Fleams. Halter Chains.
Brad, Belt, Pegging A Sewing Awls, Cod A Fish Hooks.
Gun Flints, Drop A Buck Shot, Bullet Moulds.
Cannon A Cannister Powder. Powder Flasks.
Percussion Caps, Shot Pouches.
Ebony A Boxwood Pricker Pads, Sail Hooks k Prickers.
Bed Keys, Bedstead Screws, Charcoal Furnaces.
Pat. Smoothing Irons, (self heating), Sad Irons A Stands.
Pat. "save all" candlesticks. Brass Binnacle Lamps.
Solar side Lamps, Glass Lamps.
Britannia Swing A Stand Lamps, Brass Swing A Bln'els do
Large Signal Lanterns, Copper Guard.
Globe do da do
Cone do do do
Tin Lamp Feeders, Cotton Wicking, Solar Wicks.
Chalk Liner, Chalk Line Reels, Cotton Clothes Lines.
Clothes Line Hooks, Brass Lamp Hooks, do Cabin do.
Brass Knobs, do Buttons, do Rack Puliis A roller ends com
do Sash Fasterftra,, do Socket Bolts, do Barrel do.
Iron Barrel Brass Neck bolts, do straight do do
Brass Flat do Br&ss Padlocks, do Chest Locks, Iron do do
Iron Padlocks, Box Locks, Rim Dead Locks.
. . Chain Spring bolts. Iron A Copper tacks.
Finishing and Floor Nails, Finishing Brads.
Ceiling, Boat, Clinch, Timber, Lap and Wood end Nails.
Foot Nails, Cut do assorted, Wrought do do.
. Wrought Spikes, Eng. Scupper Nails, Am. do do.
Composition Sheathing Nails, do do Coppering do.
Brass Girafct Screws. Iron do do. do Wire. Brass do k Butts,
Iron Butts, Iron Gate Hinges, Composition Strap Hinges.
Blind Fasts and Hinges, Backd fiand Table Hinges.
Hand Bells (all sizes), Sheet Lead, Brick Trowels.
C. S. Shovels and Garden Hoes, do Rakes and Spades.
Rufls and Clinches (for hose), Brass Curtain Rings.
Flat and half round Bastard Files, Cabinet Rasps.
Four square. Rat tail. Pit Saw. and Tauer Saw Files.
Half round Wood and Iron Rasps, Log Slates.
Elate Pencils, Log and Account Books.
Memorandum, Pass, and Cargo Books.
Fine Buck and Cocoa Carvers. Table and Butcher Stew
Butcher Knives. Table Knives and Forks.Razors.
Sheath, Jack, and Shoe Knives, do Ntppers.
Razor Hones and Straps, Lather and Hair Brushes.
Dressing Combs, Fine Ivory Tooth do, Fine Scissors A Shears.
Glaziers Diamonds, Sign GUd Leaf. Suwarrow Spurs.
German harps, Steel Pens, Penholders, Letter ft Bill Paper.
Account Sales Paper, Black Ink In bottles, do in bbls.
Camel's Hair Pencils, Sash Tools.
Marking, Paint, Whitewash, Dust, Scrub, Floor, Tar, Shoe,
and Horse Brushes, Horse Mane Combs, Cum Combs.
Birch and Corn Brooms, Cocoa Broom Stuff.
Paint, oila St Naval Store,
Provisions, tc Cabin Stores
Carpenter's it Cooper's Tools.
Nautical Instruments. Ate
Slop Si Genteel Clothia. Jyl-tf
II. JDL1CKFELD & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE AN INVOICE OP
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN GOODS, per
late arrivals, consisting In part as follows i
Dry Goods, A.c.
Bales mourning prints, fancy prints, printed JacconeU,
Printed muslin, muslin robes, muslin de laine, spot muslin,
Embroidered muslin dresses, book muslin.
Ladies' morning dresses, shirtings, white cottons,
MaddapoUans, ginghams, cotton drills, platillas, silesias,
Bed quilts, thibet, linen, linen and woollen rtsmsss,
Cambric shirts, linen table-covers and napkins.
Woollen table and piano covers.
Linen cambric handkerchiefs, Ac, Ac
Black and col'd watered silk, black and col'd satins,
Silk dress patterns, embroidered crape shawls. . 9
Barege shawls, gange do., silk and lace mantillas,
Silk marabouts, ladies' mantles, silk bed-coxers,
Silk and satin cravats, silk corahs,
Fancy silk and satin ribbons,
Velvet ribbons, ladies silk hose, sQk parasols,
Silk umbrellas, silk fringes and tassels, Ac, Ac, Ac. '
Clothing, Shoes. AiC.
Cloth coats, alpaca coats, cloth pants, ' A)
Linen aj) J cotton drill pants, white and fancy vests,
Flushing pants, beoVs boots, sooes and lasting gaiters,
Ladies' kid and satin shoes, do. gaiters,
A complete assortment of fancy, col'd and whits shirts.
Under shirts, drawers, silk suspenders, gent's straw hats.
Gent's fine woollen hats, children's ditto,
Riding hats, Ac, Ac, Ac '
Crockery 6c Glassware.
Dinner plates, vegetable dishes, meat do., wash bowls.
Covered chambers, butter dishes, cut decanters, tumblers.
Goblets, champagne glasses, claret and sherry glasses,
Rubic finger cups, Ac, Ao.
Iron tin'd saucepans, table bells, bread baskets,
Hand-saws, hand-saw files, cork screws, dogs' neck collars,
Wardrobe hooks, butcher knives, pen-knives, pocket do.
Jack-knives, curtain rings, table spoons, tea spoons,
Needles razors, scissors, screws, thimbles, Ac, Ac, Ate.
Best English hogs kin-seat saddles, with stirrups, belts, Ac,
complete, bridles, whips, silver-plated stirrups,
Bitts and spurs, steel do. do., saddle cloths, Ac
English pickles, capers, mustard, sweet oil, bottled fruit,
Westphalia hams, Swiss cheese, stearine candles.
' Wine vinegar in demijohns, asstd. candies, Ac, so.
Wines and Liquors.
Baskets champagne, cases St. Jullen. do. Toufflao,
Cases Madeira, do. sherry, do. Hock, (Hockheime
" gin, Holland gtn In baskets of 1 dos. jars each,
" Martell't brandy, do. cherry cordial, do. bitters, '
Raspberry vinegar, Ac
Genuine Lubln't extract (warranted), eau ds cologne,
Florida water, eau de lavandnr, extract of musk,
Macassar oil, Ac, Ac, Ao.
Calf-skins, do. laquered, lining for carriages, corks.
House paper, ladies bracelets, ear rings, breast pins,
Artificial Sowers and plumes, oil paintings.
Steel engravings, agate buttons, glass do., silk do.,
Boquet holders, hair brushes, tooth do., fans.
Looking glasses, patent match boxes, shaving boxes,
Dressing cases, portmonaies, beds, powder-flasks,
Havana cigars, linen and cotton thread, watch keys.
Foil gold, ladies' footstools, piano stools, writing paper.
Paper boxes, pocket and memorandum books, ink tanas,
Everpolnted pencils, porcupine pen-holders, wafers,
Sealing-wax, toys, Russia cordage, asstd. sixes,
Blankets, Ac, Ac, Ac o
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1850. 11 tf
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD INFORM
his friends and the public generally that ha has -this day
ran f erred the
WINE AND SPIRIT BUSINESS,
Heretofore carried on by him, in the French Premises, to his
brother, MR. GODFREY RHODtS. ....
In returning thanks for past favors, the undersigned would
respectfully solicit, in favor of his brother, a continuance of the
support so liberally bestowed upon himself.
Honolulu, May SO, 1867.
THE WINE AND SPIRIT BUSINESS
heretofore carried on in the French Premises by MR.
HENRY RHODES, has this day been transferred to the under
signed, who, having made arrangtments to secure a constant
FIRST CLASS GOODS, .
Begs to assure all parties favoring him with their orders, that
bis best endeavors will b given to insure their entire satisfao
kKk' GODFREY RHODES
Honolulu, May SO. 1867. -tf
PER FRANCES PALMER FROM SAN
FRANCISCO. For sale at low rates t
CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS.
Sup blk Casslmere Pants, snorted French Pants,
Sup ass'd plain sattlnett Pants, plaid Caislmars do ; .
Ass'd Jean and French cottonade Pants,
Ass't of whit and fancy colored Shirts.
A few dot fine white and Jenny Lind Shirts,
Ass'd calico fig'd shirts, check linen do. Jumpers. . M)
French blouses, blue Denims, pes Silk, Pong Holds,
PAX AM A HATS, Ac, Ac
18.tf. Vos HOLT A EATUCK.
LUMBER I LUMBER 1 1
JUST RECEITED per tat arrivals, from Boston,
SO pairs of double sash doors, S feet 8 Inches and T feet
Inches, with blinds and frames complete.
40 M feet assorted Pins Boards, 13 to 18 feet long, planed on
one side a superior lot.
Per L. P. Foster, from th Tekalet Mills, Paget Sound,
76 M feet tongued sod grooved north-west flooring, li Inoh, planed
on on side
SO M feet north-west planed boards,
MM4 assorted rough lumber, scantling boards and plfkets.
For sal at the new Lumber Yard in Fort ctrset, naari' oppo
site th French Ilotal. .
aa -j C. HLEWERS.
. HARDWARE STORE.
WN. LADD would lnvit th attention of pnrolnssri
e to his very complete assortment of Hardware, snosiss
lng in part aa follows i
Locks of all kinds; bras and Iron binges
Brass and Iron crws cut and wrought nails sad tptk
. Iron and copper tacks; brads ) marllnsplkesi
Caulking Irons and mallets ( Iron and wood bench acrewi
Iron vlcer.; saws and planes nf all kinds; - ,
Hammers; hatchets; axes; file;
Pocket and table cutlery; plated ware; paint brashest
Solar side lamptt corn brooms; curry and mans oombs .
Horse rope ox bows; pit and cross-cut saws; .
Coffee mills, Ac, Ac, Ao.
Prices at low at the lowest.
ffl-tf , r Fort street, near Hotel
imNGUSH. French, German, and Chinese silks.
Li complete assortment svar offered. For sal by
July 1. 1-tf . ROBERT C. JANIOIf.
AND BOXES AND SlND-FOR SALH V.1
IB. W. F I E L D OFFERS F OXX? A X E
h i THE CARGO NOW LANDING-
. - ? FROM THE AMERICAN SHIP
HARRIET & JESSIE," FROM BOSTON.
consists In part of the following named artf-
Pieces Boston denims, Cases an pink prints,
Hadlry denims. Fancy prints, asstd
Apron checks Bales Keswick Glnr-o,
Fancv alnaccas. Bales old Carendiv Oct
BaVpW!? Trus Mackinaw twik.
Black and gray print. Trusses Eagle blankets.
Bleached ootton. Bales iw twjlM flanoal,
pink prints. Red twilled flannel,
Manchrtfer oottooades, Bay State felting,
Sagamore spools, Linen carpeting, :
White sewing cotton, Shetucket utriped checks,
Blue sewing cotton, , Shetucket asstd stripes, .
linen thread wh A blk, Ticking,
Cotton umbrellas. Cases prints, plain shades asM
Silk parasols assd pafns Blue prints,
. Richmond 30-in prints, Orange prints,
Globe blue drills. Bleached sheetings.
Globe cotton flannels, Oil carpeting, asstd,
Asstd Rob Roy, Wh ex ex palm leaf hats.
Blue drilling, Very superior Maracatbo
Fine blue sheeting, hats, . .
Hamilton prints, " Leghorn BdrB hats,
Merrimac true blues, as Canton bound hats,
sorted prints, ' Wool hats,
Merrimac pink printar . Biaok wool tats.
Boots 'ajQhoe. .
Men's thick double seisl boots,
44 Goat peggel bfogass, -
Kip brogans, lined and bound,
" Fine ealf Oxford ties,
Gloved legged Oxford ties, patent toHL,
- a Drab cloth Oxford ties, patent foxed
M Black cloth Oxford ties, patent foxed,
Enameled sewed Downing, eyed,
Black sewed U fting Dowaings,
- Enameled paUnt pumps,
Brogans, assorted styles,
44 Congress boots, assarted,
Extra ttne ealf boots, -
Ladies' fancy buskins, . ,
44 Kid Congress b
44 Pntttnt Trr T, " ' i .J
44 Yard laces, tlppsd,
w Gaiters, assortad styles,
44 Bootees, assorted styles,
- Slippers, assorted styles,
- Boys' boots,
44 Congress boots.
Children's shoes, assorted patterns.
ExtBfA Saperflne Suffolk Connty Mills Floar,
Barrels Haxall floor,
Barrels test Carolina head rice,
Kigs Carolina head rice,
. Boxes best refined leaf sugar,
Hf barrels best crushed sugar,
Hf barrels best granulated sugar,
Hhds superior butter,
Hf barrels dried apples.
Cases English Dairy Chens,
Oases pineapple cheese, .
Cases refined lard.
'Cases prunes In glass Jars,
Baskets superior olive oil,
Cans dried currants.
Boxes ground pepper.
Boxm tvul ginger,
Boxes sToundes, clow
Boxes ground Pimento,
Boxes ground Cayenne,
Boxes ground mustard,
Cases Pembroke salt,
Cases vermicelli, ,
Boxes Jay's tobacco,
Cases American tobacco,
Cases Cavendish tobacco, birdseys,
Cases Cavendish tobacco, Victoria Begins,
Honolulu, August H tSS7
SAVIDGE & jHAY
OFFER FOR SALE the following desirable articles.
Just received in good order
Oregon hams, Westphalia hams, sugar-cured hams,
Oregon bacon, Oregon lard, Oregon butter,
California cheese, Kngliih dairy cheese,
Smoked salmon, Yarmouth bloaters, " w
Anchovies in salt, anchovies in oil, r ' ,
Sardines, Baltimore oysters, fresh salmon,
Fresh lobsters, fresh clams, preserved meats,
Preserved soups, French green peas,
Green corn, assorted herbs, French mustard;
Durham mustard, fresh ground pepper,
French fruits In syrup, apricots in syrup,
Peaches in syrup, prunes In syrup, pear In syrup,
, Brandy cherries, brandy peaches, fresh apples, .
Fresh peaches, English Jellies, English jams,
English pie fruits, English pickles,
' Worcestershire sauce, French plums In glass,
Preserved ginger, raisins, Jordan almonds,
Citron peel, nutmegs, mace, cinnamon, cloves,
Carraway seeds, extract lemon, curry powder,
Corn starch, tapioca, pearl saeo, macaroni,
Vermicelli, Italian paste, corn meal, fresh corn.
Island beans, split peas, cider vinegitr,
Pepper sauce, tomato catsup, cream tartar.
Carbonate soda, saleratus, French olives,
Spanish olives, olive oil, French caprrs,
Oyster crackers, butter crackers, water crackers, a
Carolina rice, fine flavored teas,
Fresh roasted coffre.
King street, July 8. 1357. 64-tf
ALDRICH Si. BISHOP have Just .roetved, ex
44 Harriet and Jessie," from Boston,
Mohair lustres, superior blue twilled flannel,
White and blue cotton, asstd button and buckles,
Bale lamp wicking, saddles, complete,
Assorted brogans and boots,
Ladies' kid slippers and Congress gaiters,
Sole and rigging leather, a large assortment of hats,
Spices, preserved meats, fruits, Ac,
Victoria Begins tobacco, boxes 8 tobacco,
Fine cut tobacco in tin foil, Carolina rice,
Lard, cheese, saleratus, pepper, pimento, cassia.
Sago, mustard, tapioca, macaroni, almonds.
Brooms, mackerel, bed cords, clothes lines, Ac
Cut nails, spikes, charcoal Irons,
Tinned end enameled sauc pans, Bath brick,
Oil stones, scythe stone, Ivorr combs, fish lines,
Cod lines, hand line, ladle, trays, wood saws.
Hammers, swing lamps, tea bells, shot, grindstones,
Ac. Ao., Ao.
Lamp shades, chimneys and wicks, assorted crockery,
On rich gilt tea set.
Large assortment of room paper bordering, Ac, Ac
Honolulu, August 12, 1867. . 68-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully announce
to the Inhabitant of Honolulu and th publio generally,
that he l taken the rooms formerly occupied by Mr. Benson,
over th Printing Office of th Commercial Advertiser, where he
Is now prepared to take
PICTURES ON GLASS AND PAPER
Known as the Patent Ambrotypes and Photographs.
Having recently arrived from th United States, with good
instruments and a new and extensive assortment of Mock, he
feels confidant that ha can give entire satisfaction to thee who
favor him with their patronage. m
N. B. Futures put up in a VARIETY OT STYLES, to salt
rr ROOMS OPEN from 9, A. M. to 13, kL, and from 1
48-tf . W. J. HOWLAND.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALS
assorted, at th lowest market rates, a foil assorfnt af
Eastern and Oregon Lumbar, suitable for building purpose ,
Eastern white pine, 1) to I inch plank,
44 44 44 boards,
Oregon " u M
44 boards, timber, Joist, sosntUag, sad plank of all stsss
Eastern and California shingles, ' " :
Pin Clapboards, .
Yellow pins and Oregon flooring. -
Boards tangoed and grooved ready for a. . .
s f l . .. T . ALSO
A good assortment of Boston mad doors, fashes, blinds, door
and window frames.
Shortly sxpsoted per " CSTLOIf a snperlor asaatutsut of watte
pine Doaros, ciapnoaros ana iw junostics: wni
cedar ningies. utLwsas,
6-tf. . - - '"tort Street
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
rwm-B AGENT OF THE HUDSON'S BAT
JL COM PAN Y offers for al at th following cash prices i
CHAINS, "pr Ib 0 cents, .jjaru sixes.
p ANCHORS, " 8 44 5
If on Urns, a small advance on the above prlai or approved
Mils on th U. States win be taken fa liquidation at the rate of
ft per cent, premium on th cash price.
Hooolnlu. S3, I860. XS-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
receive monies or valuable articles of small balk on deposit
In his vaults (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Treasury.)
These vaults are believed to b are proof and safe. For all de
pestta, osrUfleate or receipt will be given, and a snail eaarge
mad on the withdrawal of the deposit. fUrangers sad ssassea
visiting this port, desirous of a place of Mcurity fcr their fanda,
will and this deposit an acoocamodation to them.
Sspt. AT lMA.-10-tf. H. M. WHITNEY,
: Post-Qiao Buildings
NCnORS, CHAINS, CORDAGE, At
To unlit Manilla, l to 4 Men, , .
50 44 Russia tarred Rope, S to 1 do
8 Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 3000 Ibe
8 Chain Cables, Ik inch, TO fathoms each, .
8 of best rxiUern Ships' Cabooses, patent of ISM,
15 Cabin Stoves, for coal or wood,
tor sal low by (U-tf) ' J. 0. BFALBTSfJ. 1
CORDAGE AND CIGARS Th agent of the
Hudson's Bay Company offer fbr sals the following, tm
lota to suit purchasers, vis 1
Manila Cordage, 11, S, 21, ft, SI, 8, , 8, and 4 lnoaes,bi
aB 48 colls. '
10 ooils t hai line 1 20,000 Havana ihapt cigars No. i. 17-tf
JpEJl JJ&ADUGA GLASS GLOBES, for ash, goinf
BBD FANS, a nsw Artiste, and great tmprovesaent. 1
tor sals by
88-tf Q.9. JTJXHTX
DTRONG HEMP BAGGING 43 Inches wide, Ocs
aaeklaf sad Caoahorgs Air fxJs at oonmlcel tassa ry
Jyl,l-d BXJBJULT O. IAKI03I.
Cases fins kiln-dried meal,
Boxes Castile soap,
Kits No. 1 mackerel,
- Begs white beans.
Baskets Iwoy cteavpsgstt,
Boxes salt water soap.
Barrels Turk's Island
Cases milk biscuit.
Case ginger snaps.
Cases water crackers.
Cases batter crackers,
Cases soda crackers, ,
Pipes superior figs, .
Boxes summer savory,
A rnll sMoortsstent -
Venetian Blinds, susorton color.
Hf bbl staves and heads,
Nejts H Ingham buckets,
Kysts Hinghara boxes,
Rattan market baskets,
Willow market baskets,
Painted cedar pails.
Extra brooms plain,
Rattan brash baskets,
Complete dinner seta.
Complete tea and coffee sets,
Complete toilette sets.
Demijohns, hf to A gals,
Assorted wine glasses.
Whits stoo snogs,
Hardware and IVaval Stares
Boxes glass, assorted Uses,
Kegs Fsirmount pure whits wad,
Improved cooking stoves wxnplet,
American cook stoves.
Casks nails, assorted tists.
Bales navy oakum.
Bundles sheet Iron, '
- Assorted buttons,
CS planters' hoes,
Eagle planters' boss,
Fockst knives. Best German harps,
Patent pad locks, Calking Irons,
Marlinesplkes, Cut tacks, assorted,
Sister hooks, assorted. Copper tacks, assorted,
Hunt's C 8 hatchets, Brit tsbls spoons,
Brit tea spoons, French forge spoons,
Cooks' basting spoons. Tea kettles.
Set! table knives and forks,
Sets dessert knives and forks. .
Back carvers, C 8 files.
Taper saws. Cabinet saws,
Sets carpenters' tools, Whip, asstd patterns.
Coffee mills, Ship scrapers,
Patent sad irons, Tin Plates,
Iron plates, Card matches,
Bane pans, Tiaptss,
Iron kettles, 0 8 shovels, C 8 spades,
lamp wicks. Solar lamp shades. Lamp chimneys, No. IAS,
Complete assortment of solar lamps,
hips' lanteror, guarded, " Manila bed cords.
Manila clothes lines motion ezoiues lines,
Manila sacking, oa
Best Ohio ash oarasnrted JM4 mm
Best proved chai-c o iciTassorwodslse,
Best Manila rope, assorted Sizes,
Best Manila whale line,
Best .Manila lanes warp,
Two yarn spunyarn,
, T.ree yarn spunyarn,
MarBne, HousUne, Wormlln,
Casks medinra bread, Bbls mess beef,
Casks navy bread, Bbls prim pork,
Shp bbls pilot bread, Bbls clear pork,
Bbls superior hams, ' Boxes pain-killer,
lc Ate. Ate 60-tt
" RITSOIV &HAIXT,
HTil.F -"f Uf
wines and Spirits,
AT THE OLD WINE STORE, under JL 1
Everett's Auction Rooms, offer for sals 1
Brandy in kegs and barrels;
Brandy, United Vineyard Proprietors;
- Brandy, SasersO
Rum in kegs;
Jamaica Rum In cases;, .
Genuine old Scotch whisky, In 1 dos eases;
Monongahila whisky, In barrels and kegs,
Fine old Monongahela whisky, la on dos esses,
Hollands gin In cases;
Scheidam gin in oases;
Wolfe's Scheidam schnapp;
Hostetter's bitters ;
Claret of different brands;
Champagne, pints and quarts, different brands;
Sherries, pale and brown;
Fine old port;
Byass' and other brands of ale;
Shin Store, dnry free. . ST
DEALER IN WINES AND SPIRITS,
HAS ON HAND AND OFFERS FOR SALE,
a well selected stck, consisting in part as follows
Monongahela and Bourbon Whiskies,
Fins Brandy, in casks and cases, '
, Holland Gin,
Cherry Brandy, a superior articl,
Stoughton's and Dunbar's Bitten,
Fin Sherry and Madeira,
Sauternes, of superior quality,
Clarets, of superior quality,
' ." ' ". ; Port,
" - Claret In pints.
Hock in pints.
And an the favorite brands of Ale ana! Parser, which
urn oucro rar saie, low, st uis store, near tne rest urnos.
Honolulu, May SO, 1867. AB-tf
NOTICE. The undersigned having re-opened his old
stand, opposite the Seamen's ChaneL In thintrrfMiM.
Castle k Cooke's store, King street, beg to be favored with the
patronage 01 nis 01a menae ana tne public in general.
He offers for sale, at moderate prices, French and German
cloth, silks and satin, of various colors, kind and enanttes,
"i a variety 01 xsuorr (nmminga ana tools Tailoring In all
It various branches, in the Isteat fashion and at th shortest
-tf C. H. NICHOLSON.
A FULL aaQHTM ENT OF I. O. OF O. F.
and MASONICa'MLIA, constantly on band, sneh as
Royal Arch, M. M.'s, P. 0.s,
Military goods of ell kind can be farnUhejcer.
Apply to C. A k H. F.Vi.
Or GEO. W ILLIAMbV.
rwiHE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES wffl be
jb. suowea oy tne suoscnoer ror dean
. SALTED BULLOCK HIDES,
dsUverod at hU premises In Fort-tret.
4tVtf CHAS. BREWER, to.
nOUOHT AS BEFORE,
AT THE HIGH-
KRCXL ft AfOLL. :
1 ESI CASH MABJLKT
GOAT SKINS, V
onAgirxts aud DUTonnno.
ATTENTION I The undersigned oflar the blgae easts
market rates for tits above arilciss, detivsrabis at Hnnolnkn
or Any of the pens of the jMiusaMT'
tbooi interest, will be made to those who desire, sad bob
tracts wffl be mad far any tsngti. nvt " wan
so Offloe corner of (tisen and aashonuaa st$ apsulrs.
) . Blush, - -
Old copper sad
will bs allowed by
. . . .
: : ; CHAS. BBJnTZB, to.
SUPERIOR BOURDON WnittXT.
iTn ov ai.nA WUIJ2T.
ATA Cham Dams, ntnts sba
. tor J by
B, W. FXELD.
rare nvn. ,-... . .
wnwaasiUAGU Delur about to Wave tab
aq- sis attorney for the tnnaaotian .11 - . .
aorta hla n. '"I" "
Honolulu, March S7th, 1857.
PALIS AND GOLDEN SHE BLUE S AND
M VI.. - ,7Tr- " wuwiuu m
- w wan IsVeT M
from the same Loodra Hoosw a .i w
a -J0ADi"f ENCYCLOPEDIA. "
A I"1? Y A A E LIS CT AMD A r"
LUi-QIJEix FOR. SaTsT
Tcay1. " AS RECElvj-j.
. H, U, II, S In dear pine dtaSeaskn Blank.
- f in planed board for sbeetoln.
1, it, 11, hard pine plank A hesaiaa.
1 in Oregon boards.
. 1-- '. . . .
t and 8 In Oregon plank
in spruce plana,
Pine and spruce clapboards,
Am cedar shaved shingles,
aUMJrzue no uo
8, 4, - In hsrd pine pUak for ibJn'wslSM,a,
A large assortment of joiat of all stsss
Pickets, spmo and pin clear pickets.
Window sash 8x10, 8x12, 8x13, 10x12, 10x14,
Doors assorted scses.
The above Lumber will De sold at th lowest Mrsats-.
and In lots to suit purchasers. :. C. BREWER. C
sow 5 tf. tortC
JUST . RECEIVED PER
BIRD " from Boston.
1000 Parker's Primer,
600 do. Word Builders,
100 do. First Reader, .
100 Price's Snelltmt Book;
260 Monteith's First Lessons In Geography,
. 200 do. Manual of do.
100 McNally's Geography,
100 Davie's Primary Arithmetic,
60 Parker's Juvenile Philosophy,
20 do. first Lessons in Piiilosophy,
Clark's Elements of Drawing,
Lardner's Steam Engine,
Fulton At Eastman's Book Keeping.
Juvenile Choir by Bradbury,
Lectures on Art and sciences,
Plymouth Coll. Hymns and Tones,
811 1 1 man's Travels in Europe. 2 vols.
24-80 H. m. wrr
CAPT. ROBERT DROT
WHALING GUN, PATENT BOMB Li
AND GUN HARPOONS )
A FTER SEVERAL TEARS LAHOT
uWl experimenting noon whales, on the whalu t f ,
his sntieretus. combined with th advantases of b4 1 '
whaletnan, the Patentee has been enabled to obtain 1
: 1 v
snent ai form of a Bomb lavnoe, which lor nulity
Bees cannot be excelled.
The attention of Agents sod Ofitosrs of irhils t ". 1
to the tallowing testimonial,
Bar taasTcisco. Jaaaanr 10. .
Car. R. Baoww Sir . 1 take this ocnortunity to b
you that w tned those Bomb Lances we booght of yea, at
found them to be o. tienefit la capturing whales amos'
The first whal" tluu .7; ned the Bomb Lane on war
In the following manner Th boat went alongside of t J
and the boat steeier fired a Bomb into him and then fa '.L.
btm with a gig iron t the Bomb was heard to explode, .fJ
whale did not blow after the Bomb exptoaea. ins aoovt
boned whale was In the ice, and It is our opinion that w ij
not have rot that whale and many others that we did red
nan not neon lor your noma nan we, sun n tuny r
them to the attention of those fitting out whale ships.
Thomas Wall, Matter bark Geary,
YT .. r.i. , ....
Catt. Robext Baows My tear Sir t I used your fw
Lances in taking a whale, north, the pas', season, which bxJ
$60 bbls. of oil. Ws never could hsve taken him without hi
lances, as our oosts couia not get near snougn to as usees
Bum hand lance.
n . "
sours awj onuiTi
O. L. Cox, Master whale-ship MagntJI
HoaoLTn.tr, March 16, li4
f5arr. RosntT Baowsr Dear Sir t I take this oppow
to Informytmw your Bombs on th voyage lsStM.
flwirn .-'Tiffectiye in taking whaVes, and vV
recommend then o all whalemen, and especial around tta lod
1 also usea to lyurpoon ana got most ox tne wnaw by jva
uuns ana sppan (us. .
Isaac Allbk, Master ship Etrall
Other testimonials can be seen by calllnc on the undenixnad
Agents, who have th Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoons tl
R. C0ADY A C0n Honahh.
SWHALIVG GUAS I
JUST received by th undersigned, the regularly
I appointed Agent of C. C. Brant, a fine lot of his im.
ska prored Grcs and Laxcxs of the largest six and latest
patent t also a few of the small Lances. A sample may be 1
at the office of C A. Williams At Co, and A. J. Cartwright, bJ
ZO-tr A. SI. OOBUAAD.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PAPEXf
THE UNDERSIGNED Is Agent to reoeiv vo4?-)
tions throughout this kingdom for any of th folloviq
publications. Subscribers win receive them punctually a u
arrival of esch mail from the United States, when paid fori
advance. The following prices cover the Hawaiian, Amen
ana unuxa postage :
Harper's Monthly Marasine m nephss uttrm
or naraiines) - - -
Putnam's Monthly Magaatne,
Godeys Lady's 44 ... .
Graham' Illustrated . ... .
Leslie's Magastn of Fashion,
Hunt' Merchants' Mffi'n-t ...
Knickerbocker 44 ' .
Eclectic 44 ... .
Llttels Living Age, (weekly) . -Blackwood'
JuTsgasine, (Enfrlish) ...
Blackwood and th 4 English Quarterlies,
Either of th 4 English 44
United State Illustrated MagasJne,
" North American Review, (quarterly)
De Bow's Review, (monthly) ....
Dickens' Household Words, - .
Hatching's California Magaalne,
London Illustrated News, (weekly) ...
44 Evening Mall (tri-weekly of the London
44 Punch, (weekly) ....
" Despatch, 44 .....
Bell' Life in London, . . .
London Weekly Times, . . .
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, ...
French Courier des Etats TJnls, -
asserieaa x H
Kiew xora Herald, (weekly)
. - Times, .
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, (weekly)
Ballou's Boston Pictorial, ...
Sea Francisco Herald, .
44 44 Bulletin, - .
M - Alu California, ' -
44 a Town Talk, - - .
Boston Journal, (weekly) -WUlik'
Home Journal, t - -New
York Independent, (weevr)
jrnuaueipnia avenmg rest, " !
Harper's Weekly Journal, A -
Life Illustrated, ( weekly family rirnal) . . 4 N
Ths Country Gentleman, do 44 r N
New Bedford Jlfemury, . .a. . . 400
M 44 Ship List, ..... IN
Cultivator Mas-asine. ( monthrr. on famine .
The above list comprises the cream of British and Asstna
perioaicai literature, and will be supplied to subscribers be"
th rates annexed to each periodical. Those taking stm
periodicals will bs allowed a liberal discount. All th ste
are regularly received by each mail from th United Statsvia
can be supplied on application. Th undersigned will ahocr
by mail any paper not in the above list fur those wbo mar diss
tnem. (08-tT) H. M. WHITSII
PVTlBTStlalVVf. stV A v ArYTtf
-- wMiea ww .-- mm - - s -T 4dUs 4s-"-
reoeirea. a select iDroioe cf offloe
9LtMiWuwv rVvriatatHn-s tea wuaspw a .
Sett ftrMSwL-t books, Portfolios with and withe
m.u uuui m, bims um DOtlKS, XHUUteTS OSSS St WaUScS
"T'nnlr m hnidf. i - . .
'aravi miMem sua Tsnsty,
Log books aU lis. Pencil leads.
Baled and unruled cap paper, Slate Pane lis,
44 M la,,.. nn V
Taney, plain, k rated notepaper.Brass pens for red ink.
Broad anil num. Kin n.,i. Sm,.. a . m. L msS
Bed sad whit blotting paper. any rulers, I
Post Office envelop paper, latter CUps brans, glU A H
-- trmywm, m. iiuwu m mini ngi
Bed lead pencils, Laquered calenders, .
Drawing 44 evrrat kinds, Tin paper eattsn.
Letter copying books, Notarial seals.
Inkstands patent screw tope, k Desk Blotters,
- several other kinds. Boxwood sand box,
Ink black, blue, red. cannlne.Tlssu paper of all colon,
copying and Indelible, Port monetae a variety,
Steel pens, including Hunt,Involos files,
Hlnkaand Wells, Damaacu,Morooo dger cases,
Albsta, A a doata other var.Gununed labels,
Fslop a great varisty, Marking breahes.
Wafers fancy and oommon, Bill hooks,
Fenholders a great variety, Cards of every variety, .
Boxes water eolors, . School copy books many B
Tvoryand eocoa handled srssgsCargo books printed,
Bee. Tape. Flatoopymg brashes.
Linen and office twine, 1 . ; BUuik of aD kinds,
Ivory A boxwood letter etampaJShipplng papers,
Gummed lawyer's seals, Naatloal i.t--1811,
bouiw m st paper weignts, i nennometer of vsnom s-
Wrappmg paper of all varitie,Indla rubber bands ttMt
Bsra iedpeper assortrt
Gold balance for Am. ooln, ,
N3V. 12. (20f)' H. M. WHTTyJ.
A . As Fs end A. KI.
ZXTnAWAIIAN LODGE, tl P.
.f (ooasr ths jurisdiction of IUM.W. Grand
tAxnlaO hold lu regular meetings on th first Mocday (
BBOBtK. in the IMkI trm M.W. J. A.-k. riktJkt
eorner of Kaahumana and Queen streets, entrance ft
Street. Tlsltlng bsxtthers resseetfully isTkwd.
By order of W. M.
1W A. FQRNANDER,
"DATES TRAVEL IN THE SAND vTl
JLB ISIjANDS,BnelylUastiaAta. .
Btngham's History of do. do.
Casever4 Island World of the Padfta.
Travels la the leadwteh
Jsrvsa' flnnn-i and In A An
For sal by HENRY M. WHITlfXT,
fUST RECEIVED, PER TANsta3." n
m nan rrancisce, ta following sMunnwsii, vts t
Octaves old Martell brandy.
Octaves Otard, Dupuy At Go's braady,
Quarter casks Harmony sherry,
Cases claret, 44 84. Junes Medon,
Cases Bauleme, 44 J no. Durand,"
Cases Wolfri Bchiedass sohnapp,
. Cases Singer wine,
Case CslSi Port wins,
Caaes Angelica wine.
Honolulu, July 8, 186T.
HARDWARE, HOLLO WWARXA lkTHBJ)
lill for sale, by Jyl,l.tt ROB ART qJAJj
TyjOLAR OIL A SUPERIOR ATtJ
ii for sal by n B. W. FIELD. Jaly
B m. msssssr.