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TO ADVERTISERS AMI M'KSCUIBEIS.
Ob!ta-jriH,faiicral fnvUvwM n.mJ notice -i i-r tnimunlcatjtis
IntorvJo.l o.'.Iy to beiitvti Rn iu.livKluit!vJiitl'.i, Wb" CW--
w a vcrt!.-me":;t-i. - -1 . ,
A Jvwitisj'iiiojits isjilayI in Irirjar tyic lliun usual, ra eu'.
ect t lioavicr charrc. - ' ' , '
rAttlAHl.t IS AIlVASCr.
' IT Correspn:!we from nil :irt r the ltciflc will alwM
be try ecrptal-V. l ' , -
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COMMKROUIi PRINTING OFFICE.
, , . -n IT-' iuinuru
' V PLAIN AND FANCY
BOOK ASD JO 15 mi vr inxs ;'
Unff 10"a?w-)' insert ' 1 C3.
U"J,U WiU c,,ar at the fcuowinjrro,
Payable at th end ,,r,...i t
, - mm, in: u? .
VWS OF EXCnANOE,
II AN MULLS.
nty line) per ouan-r ' s w
f of column ix r ..u.-.rt "
fcrJumii per f.aart.r - - . " If-EI
r !- TISITINO. BUSINESS. AND AIIUES8 CAIUt!
ment wiU be inserted for less than '.lv-ts.
pnntetl on a "Vankee C;ir.I Pra," in th hishst style of the
V .'' r,tSla
i n I II I II I il l
- . a 1 1 !i i i i
J" tit Paeinc CommercUl Adrertiser.
AVIfe mmH Blae-KyeU Child.
Sight 1rumieJ 'neath Ltr wins nfttnri,
Ad1 hajIM her Mljte pliunr to ;
The tUiMta IxA'd through the furest Un
T. w.t-b live dew-cyl fiowvn wet-p
lirn I, and one wtua I rove,
-ced cur tint tias, anI leU our luvr.
' I'tfW were the wml the maiden aaiil,
A I fwd her beaide the atraun.
But trura my boim raided her bead
inrlHoii ms her dark eye beam ;
XfhiU cututciou flowers blushed with priJe,
And bp-athed thrir odura o'er njy bride.
kAnd cow I rxun the totnIitMa
And watch Us burnished biilow roll.
J Till in each wave a li'irht I ee,
So like the typ withiu my aool.
1 1 tbink that niht oor Jti-htol lore
I Eecaiuc a suit in hraren above.
(XI t thut orb my spirit kneel
And xttn o air its lavish love.
My heart each mil -rUig h"-P rereaU,
And soul lake altt winjrs abve :
Thrtjnh all my bcisi? wiijly thrills
A pnUe of love, that t?ver still.
The m in'nTrns torp Ui where I sit.
And whLfr -ft .f hme and thee ;
When hurk!r-.l ehunrj we ne'er frret '
CtfOM d-jwo Iter path of beams to me ;
And "j.irit kUtf.s, warm wit! lore,
K'MipoVr my U where'er I rove.
Tlie nK wades throcuh Uie Island cltioJs,
AjJ mi !:'jV'.t bsii o'r Iht io ;
TJie wMi. -wini.e-i breea sio? through the shroud,
TI3 aii my thou'I'U run o'er with thee :
And fc-luigs f.ll my heart full.
Ail L'jnjts amuud seem U aukiful ;
.My brk r.eV hi tlieen.SWI deep.
And all her homcn-ard
t:le t. art huK.t! In traix,ua s
WUfcio thy fcne AUamie :
Bat all tiit-jc Lea-IIatnU afly pist,
Thir.e a.xi wi:l wreath my neck at last.
Tht-n I in-s :r Mueyed eliild " '
And hear it lip its f.ixhiT's najw,
Aai w:iteh h;s Ii:tle e-anihol wild,
A Oil j. ilfi ,etitni-s his ehil.lish gume ;
Vurti tb-.a wilt come, with luks of tve,
An.1 1' a-I w promise not to rove.
Oil what a joy d-ies lifc become
When wraathed by lore lifce thine to a e,
A Ijre tli:it fuSws where I n-ani,
An.1 ever CIU my heart with thee.
My tiiiL;iil4 rony err, aol blind my sifbt,
Bat I believe IMtc krreto cfcht '.
O, can I doubt thL Messed air
S. c trui.s with threads of moonlight beam'.
Is burtiieii'd wiUi my sweet wife's prayer,
Such rocJ music1 through me streams !
Though far from hear'u, lve beoils the knee
That bend to n-uc tat O.xl and thee !
.es, OcU 1S5T. - f M
azinesd travels i tIuw
tKat poverty soon over-
c Ler. .
jf)ne often regrets s.tjin too cmch, but sc-IJom of
ing too little. -f-
fTLe triaTs t f life are the testa wluch ascertain how
juch gtlii tliere is in us.
' In onler to L:re jiiftlr and be respected, xre mast
'.efntin from doing that we blame in others.
It id settlol tUin in Europe that extravagance in
Ired U the very extreme of Tularitj.
-.WX- fc.Iil, I.11J.
f Ke-p as much as poesible in dxrs. What exercise
I Tou nrnst take, ftlw.-ijs take late at night, and keep
it up till five o'clock in the morning.
A sii.ry Lj tM of & revenue taken by a N'antucket
Aiptcaer aiinst a L nitel tstitea Consul who was
very rarely to Le found in his ol5ce, although upon
li sga were the worJi, "In from 10 to 1." The
inL'iruit captain, after trying to find the Consul for
TeruI d:!j3 without success, tk a paint brush and
altered the ofceiai's sign so that it reaJ, " tea to one
he a n.t in."
Pewocioc". IAllIe SU " Oh, Bobbys I'm goin
to have a hooped dies?, an oyster shell bonnet, a pair
u'erir-lrojx, and biiby !"
LU!U bah "ll.e thunder you is! Well, I'm
Fi;: to have a pir .f tight panw, a Shangliai coat.
;D ivj ueaJ, crooktI ane, aud a pwtol !"
TIw f .!! win? w t?-
it tot tke urvn John Bull : .
J'tiu was traveiti 'fnftmie W cstern Railroad, when
t tr?aendtiu.s ext-loslon tuck i-Iace, the cars at the
-:ue tiie cir.iii;g to a sulJen h-tlt. The passengers
pran up in terror, and rushed out to acju lint
i.:emitM witu l:,e 0iiscnict all hut 3Ir. Uull, who
;p.t.!iul- rcad'.tij his newspaper. In a moment
aiel-ly ru!id back and informed" him that the
W' ltT hvl bait.
.We!" jrrunfe l the Englishman.
c.nfin ie-l his iunuut, "and sixteen
f have Urdu kill.-d."
. Awe!" t iuttere.l the En'L-haian agnin. I
"Arc! and," sai i his interlocutor, with an cIFort,'
"?ir i wn ni:n v,ur .servant has been blown into a
t-i p'c.ts :'
"'f.' Jirinj m ihe pivre thathv Ihekti of my
Tucee Ikgk.--w or Cn,viLicTER. An excellent turn
m Uiaie !,y Jadge IIo;ir, of .M:tssachust:ttK, alfo
?"er tuo g.jij I t- tie lost. A gentleman remarked
ta u , viliO oed to be given to sharp practice,
i" ?t:Is; more circumspeer. Ve?," rfplil Hoar,
"m rewhe-I tij up rItive oflifo -lie began by
sk.E to p-t tlteu lie sought to get honor, and
ie is trying to get honett.
I': J jn evir hear cf the elderly gentleman, who,.
'j trutiing in a f Li-e coach, was considerably
t-"l by a constant Jireof wonls between two ladies ?
-eai Ll-.i Vin-Uy inouael if the conversation did
B'-ike Lis hrad aciu-. He repliel :
nK-iilani, I Lave I;een uiarriel npwards of
ati--ti;.t yeatw !"
A X ,.-.t. Jltirrixc. L'r. J atlends a m:isfjuerale
la t!ic inf tley and happy throng he tails in
a C.r pi Iprriu in black silk, whose charming
Pd, :aow-w;iite n-ck, and l-ewitching, ctMpucttish
-n aw.iken in Lis socl the most rupturous love. She
t'i "ra liira looks of the uitst languishing teifler
rrf; be revel? in the hope of having made a blissful
0',n?t. He musters uo bis counge and venture
Ulrtsa hor : " Who art tltou, lovely mask.'" asks
debtor, almost united in the glow of love.
it Ixviil! vim !. T ,.t L no in. ilrwir.i-"
"fl tlie young UJy in black.
Jo, u.,a ny honor, I do
not know thee, my
tX.tl.iiik yourself, doctor."
t am the we'l known lady to whom you have
'w!a nine eeks been indebted in the sum of
svcn shillings for washing and iron-
he 4-jctor stood Lke a large petrifiod catfish ! The
. Te c e practicing on a brandy
-en at ijL.ucester Point, and trying toadiscover
-uai mail l- u t -
iioon ' go up
"blvice shnnl I .I--. - .i .
"'lIDiVl nnlll ... "
.I Ruw . .. t : i i 7 -
. . - r"-"1" uicuiuiu ns jou wiu see nurses
puusueu meuium as you w
wing meJicine to children in a silver spoon.
"'inch n, tu r.rt-.,:- ,i ... .
M to the I-resident, after the cable broke :
Pl " ttchanan On earth peace overboard another
r4S IILT Sl5s X' oang to take a news-
' vIn? a nevsPrT nd not paying for it.
Tor7Ktin2 rrie;1 without sending the printers
ikk'nS tb prating office a loaSn g place,
iaing the manuscript on the compositor'
ter ha, ,,, . ' VI o "uur "uoscnption until tne pnn-
1. euu four OT fivo tinuxi IwvimM l!.rafAf
n 1 , '
Ah ! thou art surely the gracious f tiry w
-rprarvu f, D;e to-day, for the fourth time,
iuc g ues of Lias."
i'oa mistake, doctor, I am no fairy."
Ah !who art thou, then ?"
l'LBLISIIED WEKKLT BVl
A. P. EVERETT,
COMMISSION M E R C II A!iT .
Corner of Queen and Nuoanu i
nu streets, Ilonolulur.
Messrs. Psmpsot k Tappax, -
K. I). Briouam Ai C'o "
" BCTLr.K, Kkith & HilL,
Honolulu, July 1, 1ho7.
It. COADY Sc CO.,
Shipping and Cotnmiseiou Merchants, Honolulu, S. I.
Mewrs. Orixskll, Mi.vrrtx & Co., iew York.
WlL'-BTS X Co - 44
Wklls, VxKiM Co., - San Francisco.
AL:r t .... Valparaiso.
. T vis & Co- - - Melbourne.
Bakinu Bkithkks k Cu-
Exchanpe for sale on the United States and Euroje.
Ilonolulu. July L, lajft. jyl-tf
Superintends the ontfiuirn; of vesscN from this rx-rt, to the
shipment of oil and Ix.n , and neutiates luileineu's
MvSsrs. MoB'iAX, Hathaway, A Co., San Francisco.
Ma'omibat ti Co., -
l. K- Cukkx Co., - Xew Bedfonl.
Jamks B. Coxodon, Esq u
64-tf W. O. E. Pupr. E.-j.,
II. SY. I'XELIJ,
Commission Merchant-, Honolalu, Oalin, Sandwich Ijlunrts.
By i-ermi-ision, he refers to
C. W. Caktwrj'.ut, President of Manufacturers Insurauce
Messrs. II. A. Pif.rcb, - Boston.
I'TIATEB, Rll'l k CO, ' -
EnwAxn Mott Uokixsos, - Xew Beilford.
Johs W. BARKrrr k SiN., - Nantucket.
PlkkISS k Sxmi, - - New London.
Jb. V. Ssuw, - - Honolulu
Ship Cbnndl-r, Ii-al. r in ti -TUT-jtjh' Jitl'in."11 ' Conmiiin
Men.'Iutnt. Honolulu, Oahu,sTi.. . j?T.iamiy on h:uid
an extensive as'ortxnetit 'X every .description -f gooils re
(t ((iiired by wiial ships ai:d other. .
Shipping furnisheil witii all kinds of prfic"rief, provisions, &c.,
at the b"res notice. l tiie very loweiit nrtrket pr-.
if- Money alvano;J fr" halers' bills nt the Wiwest rates.
I. X. FI.ITXCK,
Continue hi old business at the ii"w st'.re in M:ikee's new fire
j-.f hu:ltlin-, at the stand receutly occupied by lr.
lloiTinaan, corn'.-r of Queen and Kaa!iuma"U streets.
m "I iunjr:;t xj r.ia of the win and stars
JCIIMir;iitsit insrruioeV. "r i;eurately aljtisted to the
V -Pnof Ilonolulu. J'art'ica'.ar atfution :iren to fine
watch repainu. i-xuint a:l qinorunt gUi.ssos siiverct
and adjusteal. Ch.irts and nautical instruments consouitly
on hand and for sal'. -14-tf
V. L. BICHAKOn. U. W. KEVt-TANXS-
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship Chandlers, HnKrtt-rs an 1 Commission Merchants, Oaliu,
Pejder in Wines an.I Spirits, Ale and Porter, near
tlie Pest OiDce, Honolulu.
RITSOX & HART,
Successors to Mr. Henry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Mercliants, HoivliUa: II. I., under the Auction K.i!i of A.
P. Ever-.-tt, Auctioneer, nearly opiosfle ihe Custom Ilouje.
COT. C. MELCUKKM. Ot XT KKINBKS.
JIEL.CIIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and S!i!n Clutndlers, Hannljln, Oahu,
S. I. Stone store ccruer of Kiialiuiuiiuu and Merchant sts.
- Money ad vanced 03 l':ivjr-l-le term for Whaler bi!'.s on the
V. S. and Eurojn;. July 1, ls5C-tf
flip Chandler and Commission MTclmnt, Honoluln, Oaliu, S, I.
Shi) sujiplied with refreshments, provisions, kc. at the
shortest iwHice, ou reajmtble terms.
Whalers bills wanted.
July 1, loO-U
' C. F. SNOW,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
C. A. A II. F. POOR,
Importers and Commi.--sion Merchant, Honolulu, O-.diu, S. I.
ISLAND PRODUCE vt all k:u.ls, bought, sold and taken
in eicliango for goodi. 65-tf
HAWAIIAN FLOFR COMPANY,
Jahks F. B. Marshall, Tr.-asun r, iu the stotl buildinrs, oc-
cupieil by B. W. Field, up stairs.
J. C. SPALDINC,
Commission Jlercharit, nI ImiH.rtT, Honolulu, Oahu, P. 1.
M'auted, Biil.-tof Exchange oa the U. S. and Europe. Con
signments from a'rinl pnmitly attendi-I to. Island pro
duce of all kinds takea iu exc'iange for goods. Jy 1-tf
H. IIAC'KFELD & CO..
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers. Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I. July 1, l5i-tf
ROIJERT C. J ANION,
Merchant ami Commission Agent, Honolulu, Oiihu, S. I. Jy 1 t
B- TOS BOLT. c- HErC
Yon HOLT Sc IIEUC'K,
General Commission Jltrvtuuits, II molulu, Oahu, S. I.
Jy 1-t ,
CHARLES RRKU I'.R,
Commlin Merchant, Boston, t". S. Refer to Ja. Makee and
It. W. Vid E.trs. July 1, lS.'o-tf
ALEX. J. CAItTWIlK.HT,
Commission Mercliant and Gener.d Shipping Asnt, Honolulu,
Oahu, II. U Juiy j, "-"
klirAUD MOI L.
KR1TLL At 2IOLL,
Sid Cixumia .ion Mtrcliauts, K:uihuinanu
str-s t M
July 1, LSio-tr
Impnrters an-1 Wht,'.,-snle and Retail dealer 111 O-m-ral 3.er
cbandisc, at ihe old stand, c-in r of King and School
s reels near the larg': Siiwi Chttrelu Also at the Store
f.wmerlv wx-upied by C. H. Nicholson, in King stm t, n.i-.:...i,;.-nn.,4
Ci,.il. A.-fi.u for l'r. Jayu.' Medi-
v. A. ALDKirn.
c. a. bis nor.
Importers and dealers in general merchandise, Honolulu, Oah
S I. Islaud pr.sbice boaght and s-M. Aireids f'T tl s:i
4 Sugar, Molasses, Coffee, Ac, frulu tlie Lihuo and oth
A. P. EYERETT,
53jy Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
j. r. ;oliiurx,
63-ly Kaaliumaiiu strx-t. lionnlulu, Oahu.
Dealer In Dry and Fancy G00.L, II.-u.-I street Mrnn Nuuana
ar,d Maunakea streets, Hoiylulu,S. 1. 11 "
Lumber Merchant, yard corner of Quern ami Nuuana rtneta on
the Punchard premises. July 1-tl
W. X. LADD,
Importer ami dealer in Hardware, Fort st. llonnhJo.
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paint., Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets.
SA YIDGE & MAY,
Grocers and Provision Merchants ftDd Coffee Roaster", King
street, near the BetheL J
S. X. E3IERSOX,
Wsialua. Oahu, Dealer in General Slercbandise, Country Pro
dueesuch a Corn, Beans, Bananas, Butter, tgg, kc.
GEORGE C. SIDERS,
Manufacturer and dealer in Tin, Sheet I.'nd C.jppej- ware.
Kaahumana it, opposite J. C. SpaUmg'. Honolulu, U.
Summer Bakers, Tin an1 uopper l u"'i"" " "
Foot and Shower Baths, Tin and Zmo Boohng, and a gen
eral assortment of Tin ware. Ship work executed with
neatness and dispatch. Jalyl.i-w
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Deak ia Boots and Shoe,
description. Shoe Findings, PumSote, Bww,
and 1 "a tent Leather.
Caif, Goat, Hg, and
Trunks VaUses Sparring Gloves ; Mta, .
Fort and Mercliant sta., Honolulo, H. ..
CHARLES 1Y. VINCENT,
. . . 1 .
cosTBALrun . ",:"r.r;:- .-u:;i: k..taki thaweii
. . Ti ofrf ntTi ti nrMiCTSirau wowu ui-
form his friends ana toe. lo- '"?- v ,
iwe of C. 1L Lcwers, Esq., en ort
known utpenw , " " Ke-or so liaerally
mnZsflioo. srvl Oontracts tenUel to with prompt
ness and dUrpatch. 01ARU3 W. YINCSXT.
ACEXT FOR TIIH
'Sevr Trk Itoard of UndorwriicrK.
The under i;,ted Lakes leave Ui notify MerchanU, Ship Mnstcrs,
ice, that he has been duly appointed as Aent for the
New York Board of UnderwriterM.
13-lr ALEX. J. CARTWRIOHT.
V Iiiverpool Underwriter's Association.
! 'AuiMlersivned ltejrs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owwrs,
j 'jand Ship roasters, that ho has received the appointment cl
aucji muiv nunii! iit me x.i tat vm t J. iir:u
Jrl-tf ROBERT C.JANION.
ACiEXT FOR LLOYD'S
The nrulersi-meil beps to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmn-iterx, that he lins roetived the npviiiitnient ot
AGENT at thew Islands fur LLOYD'S IA iNDOX.
Julyl-tf . liOBilRT C. JANION.
rXIHE XOP'RX ASSPRAYCE CO.MIM-
Jl ny, (estuimJ lliM.) Por Fire and Lifo As.
borne and alruaI.
a ranee at
Capitil !,259,7f0. Siorlintr.
The undersigned has teen appoiiiteI A--nt f-r the Sandwich
Islands. UIOBEJIT CHESHIltE JANION.
7-u. ..' at Honolulu.
KRULL & MOT.Im,
Agents of the Hamburg anil Luleck Underwriters, TTonnluIn.
Oahu, II. I. July 1, IS0-tf
Agent (ir the Iiremen board of Underwritors. All average claims
arninst tlie said Underwriters, ocenrrin in or about t!ii9
hLingiloiu, will have to be ccrtitied before him. July 1-if
K. HOFFSCHLAEGEU k STAPE.YIIOUST,
A'euu Tor IIsp
. PARIS BOARD OF UXDERWRITEES. .
avis Ai?Ti;itiic. .
IjCS SoussiinJs, ayant eta noiiiiot's Agents pour les
'Asstireurs maritimes de I'aris, prJvict.ent le
public en general et los Capttaiucs 'o tiavires
marchauds Francas. qui visitt-nt les Ir''s ds co
royuunie, eu par.ticulier, que dans Vus los
cas d'avarics, qui auraient lieu dans cos parage,
ils devront, l'airo const iter et vc-riiicr los faits
devant eux txuir locjallier leur ivclaniatioiis
contre Jos dits assuiviirs.
61-tf ED. HOFFSCIILAIXiETt it ST.VrENI!UUi:T.
h a :i b u n v. 1 1 - r it r: m i : x
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rWMIK I'XDERSIfiXEI), A cents cf the nbove Com
M. pnny, are prepared to insure riks UL'aiiut fire in and
For particuliu-s apl-ly at the office.
MELC1IERS k CO.
Hnno ulu, Oct. 1J, 1S57. 6S-if
Fire Insurance Noiice.
TIIK XORT1I ER V ASSUR AXCE CO.
rwiIIE I'XDERSIGXEI) Ixt's to notify to those oar
JL ties who have insured in this ofl'ico wooden buililiii.fi or
their contents within the prtciucts of Honolulu, tliiit in conse
seqnence of the continued erection of lare and iii-h wouflen
Iniil.linirs close together in njirrow streets, no more risks on tim-Ix-r
aiustructions iu the town will be taken, and the nlreudjr
taken will not be reneweil on the eiratiou of their term.
ROBERT C. JANION,
6.2-tf A sent for the Xortheru Assurance Co.
J. W. AUSTIX,
" ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office.
HOXOLULl; MEDICAL HALL. 1
Corner of Mknt.n.,,1 -,... 't
' (. Alleys, u:ul all other iHV;iiunmlati. iss Munj for a first-class
DOCTOR McKICBIX, Surgeon, Ac, ;VHote!, or a private residence. For other particular enquire f
Is reirulnrly supplied with Medicines, Perfumery, kc, of thT, f TTfc' ' : UKO. FRIF.L.
best quality. Family Medieines and Prescriptions ciircj' !' Kunanu slreet. Honolulu,
fully prepared. 3iedicine CliesU examined and relilt.!d on
Attendance at the offloe from 8 A. 31. till 6 P. M-, on week
days, awl from 8 to II A. M. on Sundays. At other limes
at his residence, Union street. 6'--tf
Ti. EULLIOXS, 21. I).,
Thysician and Surgeon, Fort street, two doors aliove Merchant,V
Honolulu. Medicine chests carefully relitted. 7;Mf j
Office and Drup Store, tiueen Stn.-et, at the stand formerly oc
cupieil by Dr. Latlirnp. Ship's Medicine chesu relitt-l
and prescriptions can fuliy prepaml under the se.js rvision
of LANG HERN E. Uot,cold,vapor,showerandii.-.:i-ated
Bath., at all hours. 7-ly
CIIAS. F. (Il lLLOr,
Late Surgeon United Slates Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen. Ofiice next d.x.r to J. C. Spalding
Kuahumaiiu St.; Residence at Or: -late French Premis
es, Alakea sreet. R'iectf.iIIy offers hi professional ser
vices to resident families, to the shipping, and to lr.;ni rs
frenerally. Melical aa.l Surgic:il advice in English, I re ii
fc inisli, and Ibilian. Oilice honrs fnn 11 A. M. to 5 P.
M ajl from 4 to 5 P. M.
At otlier liours enquire at his residence. " Jyl-tf
E. IIOFF2IAXX, .
Physician and Surgeon, ofiice lu the new drug tin . a'ijoining
the store of II. 1 lack lei 1 k Co., ttueen-st rtxlj J y 1-tf
CIL2IAX &, CO.,
Ship Chandlers aud Dealers in General Mcrchautliie,
LAHAINA, MAUI, II. I.
Shin supplied with recruits. Oix-I facilities f .r storage. Cash
furnished for bills of rxclri
IIOLLES & CO., .
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchant. anil Denlcrs in
General Merchandise, L.Iiaina, Maui. Whal-rs furnished
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goials
or bills. . " 3i-tf
Commission Men.-liant, dealer in Ship Chandlery, atek General
Merchandise, 1-iiuiins, Maui, 11. I. Ships furnished with
PX-ruiL. Whalers Bills wauled on the U. S. and Euruie.
Storage. ' July 1, l-oo-'.f
JOIIX D. IIAVEKOST,
Aactioncer, Wailuiu. Iiust Maui. CS-iyr
JOIIX THOMAS WATERIIOUSi:,-
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise,
Iluiiolula. and Lahaina, Maui. 4 1-tf
Ship Chandler and dealer in Gejjcral Merchandise, Waiakea Bny,
Keeps constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by whale rfilj-s atul others.
Shipping fimiished wiL'i fresh beef, Vegetables, ami all kinds of
Groceries, and Provisions kc. at the shortest notice, at the
very lowest market prices.
Best facilities for storage of from 3 to ftOOO ban-els, bciiig near
the landiiur, and free from thatched building.
Wanted, Whalers trills on the L. S. or Europe, for wlueli money
will be advanced on reasonable t-riiis.
N. B. This jiort oners tlie saft and most commodious anchiw
age of any port in the Hawaiian group. litre you can give
seamen their liberty without danger 01 'losing them by de
sertiou. No anient spirits allowed to be sold
UTAI & AIIEE,
Agents for the Papakoa and Vueo Sugar Plantations, at Hilo ;
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu China
Uooits, have on hand, and offer for sale, at their establish
ments on King "Oreet, Honolulu, and at Lalii.ina, Afaui,
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coflv-e, an.1 a large aifd
varied asSTrtment of general merchandise.
Ilonolulu, August 12, 1S07. 63-ly
Dealer in General Merchandise, . Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice,, ou reasonaiie terms
Bills of exchange wanted. July 1, lfSSd-tf
TIIE IIOXOLFLTJ IRON WORKS.
TIIE UNDERSIGXEH w nw prepanil to r-pair or
manufacture aU kiwis of mschinery, mill g?aring, windt
lass gearing, ship forgings and smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvua c ou uauu uu iuii 10
Iron and and best quality of sm.Ui s coat tor sate.
Also one excellent small sixed sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power,
D. M. WESTON.
IX A VARIETY OF STYLES
neatly ami substantially, and on tair terms. Law Books,
Music, NewspaiKTS, Ac, bound to onler. romouo dcti.
u 1,. ii.;,,m rtmvinir Hooks, and Blank Books, made to
order, omeers of ships can have their Kavlgathin and Log
Books, and tjnarts, oounu ana rejiiio, -
Kawaiahao. Old Books rebouna at snwice.
Orders may also be left at 11. I. '7 "
tore, Honolulu. bahuil bicji,i.u
July 1, lS5o.tl- -
Cooper ard Quager, begs to Inform hto friends and the public
ireoerally, that he baa recotnmenoed his Coopering business
ra hii old stand, in the rear of Mr. 1L Rhodes' Spirit store
and opposite Mr. Col burn's Auction Boom, aad respect-
frfully solicits 11 share of lbs public patronajrc
promptly attmdud to. - ,
; c. 11. IjEWERs,
Lomber sod bailding materials,Tort St. Honolulu. Jy I-tf
. II. FISCHER,
Cabinet Maker aud French Polisher, Hotel gtreet, opposite t"
fl ml House. 41 1
IIINA MATTING-yorIeby .w''
houses n:io- -Kmte.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE. Cor
ner of Fort and Chaplain sUwts. Possession civen 011
the 1st of January next. Inquire of J. FULLER, at the
Oilice of tlie Board of Education. TO-tf
pTO LET OR FOR SALE-IWion siv-
iji en immediately Three neat cottaies, three rooms in
X im each, with outhouses situated on Merclxaut street, haudy
tj tlie business part of the town. Title fee simple. Apply to
74-3111 .Or C. C. HAllillri.
FOIt LEASE I
THE COMMODIOUS DWELLING
liOL'SE in Xuuauu Valley, Just alxive the residence of
Mr. Bates, havinir been put in thonmu-h repair nu.1 fur-
niMie 1 with au pmple supply of watefv will be leased 011 rei
soimi.le terms to a koo1 tenant. Apply to
W.M. C. PARKE,
71-tf - A-cnt i. T. Walker.
A COTTAGE with a larjre pardon, situate I 011
the west side of the lane running from Kin? tn Queen
, streets, opiiosito the palace, at present occupied by J.
Smithies, Esq. The cottaire contains three rooms, and has just
been put in thorough repair. Tliere is a good 300k house, fowl
bouse and well of water on the premises. Iht above oilers a
good opjwirtunity to, any small family wishing a resilience a
short liUtjioce from towu. For particulars apply tx
GEO. CLARK, Hotel street.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1357. - - 69-tf
' " '' TO LET.', ' ":""""
THE TWO STORE? XOW BEIXC
erected In Fort strettt, oetweca Ivinn and Merchant sts.
Parties wishiui to lease can have them filled to suit bj'
earlv application. For tcnus. tease apply to
6J-tf . B.F. SNOW.
FOR SALE Oil LEASE.
TIIK LARGE AXD COMMODIOfS
1-Ilijiff House, situated on the corner of Fort and Herc
tnnia streeU, at pr.sent occupiel by Dr. Ueo. A.Latlirop.
Possession given 1st Jan., ISiiS.
M-tf. CIIAS. BREWER, 2n.
FOR SALE OR REXT.
O X E II V X I R E l A X D T W KXTT
ACRES, more or less, of rich Iaud, well mlapted fur
wheat growing and f-r suirar enne, at Nawiliwili, Kauai.
Iyini one mile from the lxirh. ad.jactiit to the Liluie .Mil! and
PlaiiNitirn, and at a ponsitieniblc elovatioti above the sea.
P.i rt of the tract is well watered, and the whole of it can
be easily and c'ieaply irrigated. The entire tract i en
eoxfil. . The direllin mid out-houses are ail in thorough
For terms, Apply to
Bi-tf U. W. FIELD, Honolulu. -
THE FOLLOWING OFFICES AXD
ROOMS, ia the brick huildinjr, corner of Qnf 11 and
harilmiiianu streets, generally known ai the Mukce &
builtlinir. viz. :
The second lloor, at present occupied by Dan. C. Waterman,
'i'!e third fioir over Messrs. Al.liieh & Bishup, suitable for
The r--':ir olucc on tiie first floor (I.itely occupied by D. N.
The oilice 011 the second l!itr, (lately occupied by J. Makte,
The celUtr of the above building, capable of storage, for I,"o0
borr.:!1!. Aiilv to
ooC C'ilAS. BREWER, 2n.
V A LIT A RLE PREMISES.
FOR. SALE OR LEASE f.r a t.raof Jars,
the Store Premises now occupied by the undersigned.
.C5-tf B. V. SNOW.
REAL ESTATE TO liE SOLD, OR TO LET.
1 ll.Vl OAIHil-i AJhlt tOJl.UOIMOlN
tt .-.t i.uiniiK situateu 111 o.mir sinn;t, ami known 11s tlie .'lain
Hotel, is pow offered for sale, or t . lease, 011 m-Kler.ite
,"r"13- iu':r" 13 uuaica 0.1 uie preims. spicuui.i uovitns
or l-.im.iVKO lutov) ,
THE COTTAGE AXD GROPXI) Al-
JOININOon tlteNuuanu road, at present occupied by
the Rev. J. D.Siroiig. Possession civcu ou the 1st of
Die. next. Apply to
tij-lf W. H. PEASE.
A BriLOlNO LOT situated in Kuhui Place, a.1
j oing W. K. Seal, Esq. The alxive Lot is enclosed with
n iiiv feniv. fi aether Willi th liTtieileiM ..f tl.- trfttr
'eminent water. Apply to
fl-tf Xuuauu street, near the Wharf.
7 REST CELLAR IX TOWX.
-j Tt LET r THE MONTH Or YEAR
f,.'. f lhat large, high, airy and perfectly dry, cellar under
Ju the store of the undei'snmed ; room for all 100 torn
jc.'ciJdiv lit for btoring oil, provisions, Ac, Ac Etupiire at
fjJlf" VOX HOf.T A HEUCK.
FOR STORING COALS.BRICKS.IROX
lumlier, firewood, Ac, Til LET by the month or year.
This yard is securely fenced in, weil shaded, aud ad
tiling the giore of
SJ If YON HOLT A HEUCK.
COTTAOE FOR SALE.
THE SU BSCR I B E II . O IT EHS FOR
sale loiV, the very desirable cottaue built by 1!. .
tt..-.. - .... tr.....: . ..r...:.u .,.. MU:;.in,.F.i, .-t t l
. -v. t. O.illKT. 'll UU.lll OUlVl, u il.llt Uli r.Tiiuiiit
Everett, Esq. This cottage is nearly new, aud built of the best
materials by Mr. Hard"r, for his own occupancy, and is sup
plied with water, bath-room aud other convenience.
Apply to J. P. B. MARSHALL.
Honolulu, July 14, 1357. ' 55-tf
. FOR SALE OR TO LET.
TIIE DWELLING PREMISES formerly
y--f belonging to Robert G. Davis, situated between l'r.
X-'iri Wood's and Cliarles Bishop's rttidetices.
" T--imsKi-v. Apply to
57-if AS1IEP. B. BATES.
1 STtlRL TO LET.
S-k TIIE WELL KNOWN TWO-STORY
I jiji FlliE PROOF BUILDING, on King street, eonier of
jL.iJL, Mauna Kea street, now ivcupiol by G. Bulile ,V Co.
'The lower part is excellently fitted with
Hon Shrlvr nii.l Countor,
F'or a Retiil SMre. The upper part contains
- Five SpncioiiH Dvvrllinv iiooiuni
And the extensive yanl is provided wiLh a good will, brick
Terms low. Possession giren immciliately, if required. For
furt' er particulars apply on the premises, or t
4S-tf YON HOLT A II BUCK'S.
COTTAGE TO LET.
TO LET The house now occupied by Thomas
fjK." Brown, In Xuuauu Yulley, makai of the residence of
mJUmmR. O. Hall.
". Begif.ter Oihce, May 1, 1357. 47-tf
i;.XD FOR SALE OR LEASE. '
THE FOWLER FA RM.M .situated in Ta
lolo alley, enclosed and coiitaiiiing forty-seven acres.
. t wm Tenus low; Inquire of
DR. SMITH, Di-ni-t.
Il.mnlutu, Aril 2S, 1S57. 4i-tf
AXD IIOl'SE TO LP'.T. Apply to
S. JOHNSON, t'ariMMiter,
Merchant street, near tfie Royal Hotel.
. j. TO IjET. The Building lately occupied by Yincent
Grenier, 00 Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchant
Strei t. The lower part is fitted with counter, shelves,
Ac. ; upiier jiart line sleeping nxms, and fljte cellar under same.
TO LET One-half of Uie Lnft in large Stone Warehouse
on M arine Street ; and one-half of the Cellar under same.
. Apply to fol-tfi A. P. EVERETT.
IPIir!? rT" T.TV 0iti;o. n Xim;:nti trrrt
,tr. . - . . . j , . . ...., .... -
a-tr - a. r, Air.ar.11.
t;o be soli or let. a large and
commodious residence in Nuuanu Valley, about a mile'
. and a half fnan town. Terms moderate. Apply to
llonwulu, July 1, 1-tf tV. L. G UEE.
DOCTOR'S 8 HOP.
G. p. JUDD. AT THE CORNER OF FORT
au I Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continues
to devote himself to the treatment of Diskases of all kinds, hav
ing for sale a great variety of Dacca and MnmciMcs of the beet
.quality, lie sells also
v Arsenic, strichnine, vcrntrine, corrosive sublimate.
Oxalic acid, St. Ignasius beans, nux vomica, opium, ''
Prussic acid, aicohoL
Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Windsor, hooey and other sbaps.
Sago, pearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac,
' Writing and marking ink. Sands sarsaparilla, . .
Soda water, and otlier articles too numerous to mention.
' HjT Easily found when wanted.-. 0-tf.
"dyers' Healing embrocation,
tcok. external axd internal use.
Ja? It Is a perfect pain destroyer, and an invaluable remedy -for
Rheumatism, Cats, Wounds, Pain In the Side, Back and
Limbs, Lumbago, Sore Throat, Burns, Scakls, Swellings, Agae,
Cramp, etc For cuts aud wounds It is superior to any otb-i
preparation 5 It wiU afford ImmediaU relief in scakls or burns $
and lor pains or weakness in any part of the system, it will give
oertain relief in a very little tunc For fcde at reW. by traders
throughout tlie Islands. For sale wholesale at Honolulu by
. July 1, 185ft.tf. . . B. W. FIELD. -
. just received.
Codfish, mackerel, sugar-cured
For sale by
8AVIDGE A MAT.
DECEMBER 17, 1857.
E ASTRA & CO.,
COMMISSION AXD FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
ALL Kinds or Fresh Provbions furnished x also, Ship's
Stores and Sh-p Chnudlery, at uonolvlc fmcta.
V halemeu's Drafts taken, 4:c. 71-ly
TOI. IL KELLY,
GENERAL" COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Will supply slij3 with provisions, Ac, and advance money ou
favorable terms for bills on the United States. a-ly
CUSTOM HOL'SS ( COMMlSSiOXAGEXT
MANGONUI, XEW ZEALAND.
Xy Shipping supplied or the most reasonable terms. Lat.
25-0 S., long. lT3-a,K , - 41-ly
P. C KCBt'BR. i. c. MERRILL.
TicRUEK & IflGRRILL,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
POKll', w.REitorss, "
Xos. 47 and 49 California street,
- S A X .FRANCISCO. :
KKFRR TO s ' -
" Capt. James Makeo, Honolulu; Cnpt. D. C. Waterman,
ilonolulu ; Messrs. unman & t;o., lifUiaiiia. 14-em
3. CmrFITTS UOKGAX.
C. R. nATIIAWAT.
e. r. 8TONB
AIORtiAX, HATHA S AY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarlins Merchants, San Francisco, Cal
Jtefcrences, T. 8. HatliRway Bsfj. Mewrs.T. i A. R. Nye,
Jt Swift & P'Tf.v, new Bed turd, Messrs. Urumel! Mmturn &
Co., New Yo.. Jolm M. Forties Esi., Hostr.n, Messrs. Per
.kins & Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Esq. Hon
olulu. July 1, 133-tt
Kt5Is3-. WALK A'JVtt OAKM
rTiORDAGE OF EVERY SIZE MAXIFAC-
7 TL'R El to oid. r constantly on h:uid. A laree assort
ment of Mauiia and Jlemp Rope (all size.). Bale Rope, Tow Line,
and Oakum, for sale by T'L'BBS & CO.
2o-n' 1:J' rrom pire.-i, can trancisco.
A. P. JiinVAIlDS. .
N. C WALTON.
-vfir Tt fRiimr
IMl'OriTEUS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wines aiscl Liquors, -
IOO FJtOyT STREET, COnXER OF fTASUJyGTOX,
Sjm Francisco, Ciil.
CiYRFS V. JOXF.S. FORMERLY OE IIO
J NOLI. LU. is en .'asred ft ith the nliove firm, and resiiect-
f.illy soPcits ord.rrs from oil friends, and will lie happy toath nd
to the purchase nf all d"criptions of merchandise, at the usual
rates of eciniiiissi'in.
JlER, SELDEr & CO.,
' - WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Xo. 9.3 Front Mlrerl, bMve'ii Claynnil Mor-
rhant Hir-ct. Sau Francisco.
S. n. MEAI.
J. S. DfMOJf.
.TSEAS & CO., "
irdPOUTEHS AXD DEALERS IX
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND FUR
N. YV. corner Sani!ic anil Co 111 m ere in 1 !.,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. CC-3m
E X TJi A SI' PER FINE
E. T. PEASE Ai CO.
A M ERIC AX MILLS,
E. T. PEASE CO.
. E. T. PEASE & CO.,
CORXER OF FROXT AXD CEAY STREETS,
Sau Fraurinro. CaU
MANUFACTURERS OF THE ABOVE
brands of Fi.orn, guarantee their Bakbrs' Extka, for
Bakers' use, and tlieir Extra Sitekpisb, for Family I'se, eptal
to any Flour manufactured i:i the Satte. X. B. We invite the
, Bakers, Grocers and Dealers
Of the Sandwich Islands, and elsewhere, to give our American
Mills Ftaur a fair trial, we gu a raiiteein 3 perfect satisfaction in
all cases, at the lowest manufacturing prices.
E. T. PEASE & CO.
O Exti-.a SKi.F-arsixo, Haxall, Gallego, and other brands
of Flour, constantly ou hand and for Rile by
CtV lj E. T. TEASE k CO.
BARKY & PATTEN,
IMPORTEHS, WliOI.USALK AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, c,
IIO Montgomery San Fr,inciw. 60-ly
COM. MONTGOMERY AND WASHINGTON ST?.,
San Francisco, Cal.
TORREXVE if PARKER, PROPRIETORS,
HAVE ON II AND AXD FOR SALE TIIE
following, viz :
OIil London Oocls Brandirs, Pert Wiuem
fTncrric-, and alt tiie c'noieest brands of CJinianufftM,
Aj'plf Jicli, 'IrtcOf Arrack) Cordial, Li
qurur! &c. &o. "
ALSO Billiard Balls, n;t!is, Cues, Cue-iwints, Cue-wax,
Chalk, Pool and Hondo Balis, Cue Cutters, Pool Bottles, etc.
Copj-s of Piiclau'. " Game of Bi)Iiards." 6tMiin
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
rffMIE LARGEST AS WELL AS THE REST
S. selecteil stock on the Parilio Coast. Family, Ship and
Cabin Stores, put up with dispatch.
Onlers attended to promptly, when accompanieo; witn casn.
XT Corner of Saimomt aud California streets. Sun Fran
cisco. 0i7oriiio-. o't-13
ECEIVED 1JY LATE ARRIVALS
5l) rums white railed cap p:ner,
CO reams blue unruled cap paper.
20 n ams white and bine ruleil paper,
lio r ams as:oru;d qualities blue ruk-d letter paper,
100 renins asc-rtel qu-ilities white ruled letter iwiper,
60 renins whit;, blue anil plain note paper. "
.' - ALS' '
12.1 rcr.nis varions qnaiities thix French, English and Amer
ican letter and tlatcap papers.
For sale cheap bv
CS-tf- - - II. M. WHITNEY.
tlLL PAPER, BROAD AND NARROW;
various qualities ;
Music TainT ;
do do, ruled and unruled
do do, on do ;
Ollieial Euveioies, Buff, Parchment, cloth and white ;
Letter do, do, do, do do ;
Note Enveloies, various patterns. For sale by "
65-tf . II- M. MHITXEY.
; Wiiilc liCatl.
rgMIE SUBSCRIBER IS CONSTANTLY
3L receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the bet qualities
nn.l No. l"
White lead, gpu;id in tlie best boiled English oil, and is an
thorised to contract at lower prices than the present market
J. C. SPALDINO.
Honolulu, Jane ,1S57. 60-tf
X FANNV MAJOR A Urge assortment of clothing
hat. Ate, such as:
Blue flannel shirts, scarlet flannel shirt.
White shirts, faucy shirts, -
Gray flannel shins, Panama hats, . .
', Afaracaibo hats, sattinet pants,
Linen pants, Aarseil les pants, . .
Cottoinxle ;nta, handkerchiefs,
Women's buskins, -
' At wholesale y
oO-tf - C. A. A IT. F. P00B.
JUST RECEIVED a few superior silk umbretlas, as
sorted jiaes. "for sale by
60-tf - B. F. PXOW.
'. SUGAR SYRUPS AND MOLASSES. -fTIROM
TIIE iS'EW- CROP, from the East Maul
Plantation, for sale by
II. HACKFELD A Co.
THE SUBSCRIBER win have constantly on hand
bmt Hawaiian Beef, packed bt Turks Island salt, and war
ranted, under the supervision of James Makes, Esq., for sale by
84-t . CIIAS. BREWER 2..
1T710R SALU BY
B. W. FIELD.
Gt KDHN, Tailors' and Bheep Shears, Scissors of superior
quality, etc., etc., . ,; For sale by ; .
. --.-a . . .. - W. N. LADD.
5 SIX DOLLARS PER AXXl'M.
VOL.Il, Xo. 25. WJlOLKXo. IT.
ait nrntisru - iUvtrliscntcnts.
O AXDWICII AND SOCIETY ISLAXDS
MERCHAXTS doing business In any part of the Paciiio
Oo.-an, will always find a Lure and Wrll-Selecle4
French, British and American
FANCY DRY GOODS and
SMALL WARES, at
ISu-Ut's &' .Wallace's,
XOS. I OS 'AXD IOT SACRJJIEXTO STREET,
San Frauci-Jeo, Cab,
Consisting iu part of '
- White gnoda, emhrciilcrics, Jaetsv ribliona j . . - . w
Miliinery goods, hosiery, gloves, iioaec hdkfa .
Suspc-ndcrs, cravats, shirts, collars, fancy cutlery -,
Scissors, condis, brushes, perfumery, toilet articles;
' Yankee notions, hp lierdrshery, etc., etc.; -.
Imitation shell round-back cotr.bs ;
Black fcatliers, b;ads, etc., etc.
CI7.An inspeclion of our stock is solicited.
7 Our importations aVo direct from Brit
ain and Europe.
CC7" One of the firm always in the market.
CCT5" AU orders executed with promptxess
and dispatch. '
PRODUCTS OF THE ISLANDS
RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT.
Hughes 3t Vt'r.llr.ce,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
105 and 107 Sticramcnla Direct, San Fianctseo, Cat.
N. B. Sole Agexts fob,
J. & J. Clark & Co's celebrated Spool Cotton ;
Marshall & Co's (Leeds) Linen Thread ;
Sock-te Ilygineque Perfumery.
IICGIIES &. WALLACE,
AXD IOT SACRAMENTO STREET,
SAX FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
No. 107 Clay street, San Francisco,
OFFER FOR SALE A FULL AND COM
plete assortment of desirable
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
B k CO. rc.iectfiily Bilieit orders fnun the country, and
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to those who favor
them with their custom. 6o45m..
: ;VilIEKJCAK EXCEIAE.
(formerly- wilson's exchange,)
IS UP TO THE GRADE,
Sansome iit., opposite American Theatre,
MR. EAILY SARGENT, vfy'
it'i"' l"roprictor of the American Exchange, (late Wi!-::;!I;
s-3-" sou's Exchange,) Wgs leave to iufurm the Travel iuisifc.
ing community, that he has undertaken the personal charge of
that house, lie has made extensive alterations and improve
ments, and ha3 renovntsd the house throughout, making it the
first Hotel ou the Pacific coast, There has been added to the
House a very fine
SITTING" ROOM AND DINING 1TALL,
Xewly furnished. In poiut of comfort and all the conveniences
which modern hotel keeping luive rendered essential, the
will compare favorably with any of the Atlantic Hotels. The
lcst talent has licen employed in the various departments, and
the proprietor will set the best taulk the market affords. Pri
ce. TO SLIT TttK TIMKS.
Tlie American Exchange Coach is always in readiness to con
vey passengers to and from Uie House to the Lanilings, or to any
part of the city, for 1 Bugagu fret.. , Mr. P. If. Smith has
charge of the Coach. 68-ly
:EAKiE HAT STOflE.
0 O Hj ZCm X 2N3 SJ
rg.ZvES PLE ASURE IN INFORMING THE
JL Public at the Saudwicii Islands, that he has associated
wiihhini as a pnrtner, Mr. Kcbkkt J. Tiffaxt, (late of Xew
Yof . Collins nnd Tiffaxv ai-c both practical hatters, and
warrant all their work, in make, fin'nh and style.
People residing at the Sandwich Islands, can be supplied with
any stvle of Hat or Cap, on return vessel. Applv to W. K.
SNODGR ASS. leaving size, etc. COLLINS & TIFFANY,
CO-om 17 1 V.'iishmgtoii btreet, San Francisco.
CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND SANSOME STS.,
San Francisco, Cal.
fTJMUS wf:l!-knowx and pop flak,
B. Establishment olfars superior imluceiiietits to the Traveling
Pu'.ilic, and to those wishing a quiet liouie. It is situated in
Convenient proximity to the business center, and is conducted
on the European Plan, giving its patrons the cliolce of obtaining
their meals at the restaurant connected with the house, or else
where, as their conrenk-nce may suggest.
The Proprietor, who has been eagnged In this hou since
ISiJ, solicits a continuance "f the pittronage of his many friends,
which, as heretofore, he wiil endeavor to merit by strict atten
tion to their wants and comfort. G. W. Fit INK,
68-Gin , : .'Proprietor. '
CORNER. OF RUSH AND SANSOME STREETS,
San Francisco, Cal.
4. Jti. -i . riix.i Vsii, raoiiiirii fa.
THE ABOVE HOUSE HAYING -BEEN
itl- thornoiriilv mnnrjitftl. is now nolv U accommoilate its
!'! r... t mt . a in! fi.ofr.i.ililf A ninivfll inV bnt.-l In ill
Ter No moquitoes.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE Constantly
on bawl a large and complete assortment of Ship's Blocks,
suitable for vessels of any class, aiid for purchases of any requi
site weight. We have- -."'
Patmt iron strapped blocks, 4 to 18 inches;'
, ' . Common iron do . do, 4 to 14 inches;
Patent blocks, - - - 5 to 13 niches;
Common do, - - - - ; 2 to 1H inches;
Patent L. V. sheaves, . - -4 to Ti inches;
' Patent Iron do, - 3 ti 12 Inches; : -'
Common L.Y. do, - - 8 to 12 inches;
Common iron do
And many other artiek-s coenprsied in tlu's line, all of which
are offered for sale in lots to suit, and at low pricks.
GEORGE HOWES A CO., .
4 53 Saxsomk :tkkkt, Sas FiAsr-rsoo, ,
?4-3m . Agents for the Manufacturer. "
Wanted Beaver Castors.
VTIOR. WHICH fair prices will be paid by
JT . ... - M. BOSENST0-'K, 6S California street.
Jiear Front st. Ban Francisco. "
Cnrs XTanted. v
WANTED. Sea Otter, Land Otter, Bear, Deer, Snk,
Coyote, Fox. anil all other kinds of Furs, for which lair
prices will be paM, by .... M. BOSKXSIOCK, .
70-2ia '; 65 California st. near Front, Ean Francidco.
- .. -, .--' - For Gale- -.'-"'; '.:
g KETSTOXE WINS AlfD CIDER MILLS, fulta
i Vr , ble for manufacturing wine nd cider, by -
T. O. MIA w, 53 Bacramento strees
. Xsar Davis strset, 8u FraodsMT Cal.
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.in Jfraiutsrc rtistmc nt.v.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
Just Received By
S3 . ' O . . XX -X. Ia' .
DRY GOODS; -
Bales brown drill;
Brown cotton llaiin.'l:
Scotch diaper; .
Bl'd and brown damask;
Silk cords and tassels;
4-4 bro. cr.ttmi;
3-4 do , do; . ..
Moire autiinsa paraaois;
Picture cor it j ' .
Ribbons, etc ; .
Fancy cajK, . i ,
' Tissue; '
V4'd pluee; '
Misses' pedal, etc
Col'd willow enpe;
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Men's calf tMogatis 5 - Super calf tics;
Men's Oxford ties; - " Metnlio overshoes; -
Misses' kid Iwskin; Mipses goat bootees;
Misses' line slippers; Boys' goat brogansf
Men's calf boots; Boys' calf l.its;
Ladies' coturress gaiters; Ladies' kid slippers.
Fruit , do;
K ins, various kinds,
Gimp, furniture i'ljiipi
Muslin and lace collars; . .
Moliair do; '
Veil barege; ;
Iice buttM- ;
Sets collar aud sleeves,
Cut and wrought nails;
Pocket and table knives;
Iron and brays screws;
Hat and cloak hooks;
SliH.-tinl anl sine;
S. B. lanterns;
lialier and log cliainx; ' .
'op;irand iron tacks;
Plmcd deseit knives;
. . . . iurtain pins and batuls;
Grindstones aud crank .
WiHi.1 and cane rock'g chrs v
' Cane-scat chairs; - . .
Rolling-pins, uiortarS :
Hav Cutter; ' '
Saddlebags; v : ' ,
Panel doors; . ,
Plows; - - - .
Saddles, with hrtdlcs, '" "
Uiiing skins; -'
Stubb's files; .' .
Letter and foolscap paper;
Hats, caps, etc,;
Spur, slirruis, etc.
Boiled linseed oil;
Painted pails; '
Iliiigiiain buckeis", '
Britlle leather; i. ..
Lock s, of ail k i uds ;
L-wse and fast Joint butts;
Stewimns, cnaiueled. '
A great variety. of Family Slore. Haxall Flonr,
Flour in tin. Lnrd, Crushed Sugar, Aic Ate
FOR SALE CHEAP. - 67-it ,
To Itc Fanner and Dealers in
Agricultural -Implements. -
PLEASE READ. Having erected a pond shop, wltij
facilities not hen-tofcre possessed by any in this State lor
manufacturing Agricultural Implements, 1 beg leave to announce
that I am now properly undtr way witii that business. I em
ploy none but the best and most experienced . mechanics, and
Work nomr.t'-rial but the best. In this way I hope to promote the
interest of the good in .-chauie, tlie interest of the fanner, tho in
terest of our young and growing Agricultural State, and nt the
same time that interest which is foremost with all mankind sell. "
I have had twenty years' experience In the mnmifactiiring busi
ness ; I established the first shop, and made the first elcel plow
in the State of Wisconsin, iu the dawn of her day of greut agri
cultural improvement. 1 also made the first Reaping and Mow
ing machine, and the first steel plow ever made in this State.
Therefore, with my exjierience and a knowledge of the wants cf
the country, (which are different from most othem,) I feel confi
dent that i can and will do much for tho interest of the agricul
turists of this country ; and in my efforts I trust I shall meet
with a good sliare of patronage from tlie fanner, and all Inter
ested in this matter, nnd iu the interest and development of the
agricultural Improvement of our State. I design, and have un
der way, the manufacturing of - '
1500 CAST STEEL CALIFORNIA DEEP TILLER OR
QUEEN OF TIIE IKEST PLOWS. .
The mould board, the kmdside and shear are manufactured of
cast steel, making the plow run much lighter than any iloweve
used in this country. Also.
GAXO PLOITS, CULTIVATORS, II ARROWS, FAXX--MILLS,
In addition to what I manufacture, I shall constantly be re
ceiving implements from the best makers of tha Eastern aud
Western States, amongst which are
600 CIXC1XNATI EAGLE STEEL ir.RCFER PLOITS.
a shipment of which has just arrived. These plows stand. In
point of true merit and worth, altogether higher 'ian any others
In the great agricultural State of Ohio.
Please favor me with a call and see for yours f, and be con
vincod that I am publishing no liumlnig, but simply facts ss
they arc, and that our young Etate can within Itself already pro ,
vide the fanner with Implements inferior to none now iu use.
Any article I iaanuf:ictorc will hare all tlie latest Improve
ments, and be finished In a workmanlike manner.
AU kinds of agricultural implements and machines repaired
on short notice, and in tho best manner, and on reasonable
terms. TUOS. OGG SHAW,
S3 Sacramento street, near Davis San Francisco, Cal.
Shop, corner Davis and Sacramento sts. J0-tm
Br. Ii. J. Czapkayte
GRAND. MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
Sacramento U, Ix lovr Montgomery, -
Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Office,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. .
Established In ISfl, f-.T the permanent cure of ell private ana
chronic di seaes, and the suppression of qcackery.
Attending and Resident" Physician, L. J. Cxapka" D., late
in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief PI n to tlie
20th Regiment of Honvcda, Chief Surgeon to Military
' Hospital of Peath,- Hungary, aud late lecturer on diseases of
women and children. Communications strictly confidential.
Consultations by letter or otherwise, free. Address L. J. Cr r
eat, M. D., San Francisco, California. 7u-3m .
To the Ownrrs. and Peraoos Interested in
Whalcships : in the PaciSc Cccan.
Orrtcs or thr Panava Rail-Roao Compaut,
Xlw Yowt, July 20, ls57. i .
p The Panama Rail-R'ad Compiyiy takes this method
J-A "f "'forming those intercrfd 111 the V haling ousi-Y3LfU-F
ness, of the advantages offered by the RkUroad
a ns tlie Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
OU from the Pacific to the Knifed States, and for sending out- '
fits and supplies from the United Status to Panama.
The Railroad has been in regular and eaocessful operation for .
more than two year, and its capacity for the transportation tif
every il -scription of merchnndisu, including Oi., Provisions, ASh '
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains r.f -whaleshipe
l-itm recently been turned to tlie suldect of shippiaji ' '
th :ir oil from Pi.nama to New York during the presmi seas j,
and the Panama K1il-K0.i l Coinimny has mane arimngement '
to afford every facility which tnf.y be required for Uie accom
plishment of this mip"rtan. ohji-ct. A Pier, 450fe.it long, lia
lieen built in the bay of Panama, to the end of wlt.cb Fn'ii;hl
Cars are run to receive cargoes froui l'ghters or vessels lyi jg
alongside, and d liver the Haa.e alongside of resil at A spin- '
wall. Ye'scls of from 200 to 300 tons can lis at tire iter ith .
safety, grounding iu the mud ft row water. !
Tlie vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-salllcg brigs, be
limgiup; t the Rail-ft-md Company, aud the Coraptny L pre-,
pared to receive oil at Panima and dei!ver it In Sew York,
nrder t !iron;'h Hill, of Lading ft the late of eigfy. "
ceots per jrallon, if reeeive.1 at the Pier, and r.lne csots per gat- ;
loa-U reo-ived in tlie harbor from ship's took, charging for' . ,
OiWapacity of tbe casks, without aliowing tor wantage. This.'
charge covers every exiiens-e from Panama to Xew Tork, In ea!
tlie oil is sent tlinugh the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of Die Panama Bail-Road Company, insurance excepod. Tho .
freights may be made payable on the Ltthinu or tn Xew York . -at
the option of tire sliipier. - -
The vessels of Uie Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and .
the overage passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to ,
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus is
four hours. Oil, during iu feruisit aeross the Isthmus, will be :
covered with canvas, or coJvejJ in corded ears, ami owners .
may ba assured that every ean will Mf o to prevent leakage.
Several careocs have already been x . A to Xew York with '
out the slightest loss.
. Oil or other goods consigned for tranportatlon to the f-rpei'- v
tntendent of tle Panama RjJl ltood Com pany, or to W il.i r
XrlMi. Commercial Agel.t of the Company tX I'ausma. will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hone- , '
lulu, Sandwich Islaids, and is prepsrexl to furnish ertfynqtiisite 1
Information to s'-iypera.
. JOS. F. JOY, Eecrtsary
FazDBBio-L. ".'' ' ,. -
Agent Pa . -a R. E. C., Honolula B-L 3-L2m
. W. J. RAT7LlT3 .Ci
A RE TIIANKCPIi FOR
and ace prepared, with their pre;- -r t tmprovi-aienta, to
supply merchants and taaiUea with bard ft 1 SuA soap also,
neats foot oil.
- XT' And always re "y to buy or trad tor taBow, slrhs aad
all kfuds of kitctien grease. r iJ-ly-.
., F03 3ALI3. 1
TrFA.IX)W SHEATHING METAL and Com ,
11 noMitlon Nails, broe .. women's Goat Buskin, do KM
do, lades' enameled eimy Lbids, do liorooeo and Calf EuskiBB,
do Bronse Soata-, 1
- otr AtJTRl cr- w oj , orv
k ,ora IJiJt, Long slated Pi,jjPta
eers do, Cottnt-r (
Govv Manila C-
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i Jt CO.