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" Hokolclc, March 8, 1838.
M. Erron : Tn addition to th joint eotnmnnt
estion from Mr. Clark and mjaelf forwarded to you
immediate' after yoar issue of last weeki since
the iue of the Polynesia I think it proper to add
that wdriil knowroch reason a general
incompetency' w allege-r"vV the remoTal of Capt.
Moore fram tl command of the Morning Star. The
ryx offered is the refusal of the underwriters to
fctanre the vessel, under his command. In conse
quence of the reports in reference to the perilous eon
djtion of the trml ar Cape Cod and fr R;o
Jne:ro, a letter was written to Capt. Moore, which
he received on his return from Marquesas last year,
which was not pleasing to bias and which influenced
reply quite as unsatisfactory to the Prudential Com
mittee, and which he probably would not hare so
written had he taken a little further time for reflec
tion. ' Bat however unsatisfactory this eorres ond
enee may hare been to the parties, and whatever
Blight hare been its result, ultimately, the rea
son stated for bis removal was that upon applica
tion for a renewal of the insurance policy, De
cember 231, it was refused, and this refua tl was
doobtlees predTcated upon the unfavorable reports
above allo'led to. Those on the ground who have
"rrown the results of Capt. Moore's two voyages in
this ocean feel that this action of the underwriters
was without sufficient cause, and that in whatever
ril the vessel under his command may have been
the time alluied to, it was not from his manage
ent, but believed to be from caues beyond his con
T. and he had the an'tel judgment of the first mate
. t.d carpenter as to the necessity of wo'nz into R'o,
i it it i to be remembereI thnt the underwriters were
ithout the information which we now prse-.
The sn?ceiful termination of Capt. Moore's two
) t voyages in this ocenn, the la.t of which especi
. f wis performed, in part, in seas but imperfectly
jlored and known, requiring both skill and caution
ihe navigator, the rneqnivoc-tl testimony of f5
rs and vassenieT in hi ftvor. the intrinsic evi
nce of his journal itself in the particularity of his
wervarion and sketches, all have tended to estab
h his ability here, and it may he added also that
ue experience he has already gained, and the attach-
tt to other masters here or elsewhere. lie only
i h vl just this experience with the vessel!
CouM all wh'ch is known to us here have been
known to the Prudential Committee and the under-
T , ... 1 . . t ,
writers, i ao noi nouni ina ine vessel woui'i soon ce
nrn her voyage with Capt. Miore as her master and
insnred, if insurable under any command.
Generous and sympathizing friends of Capt. Moore,
responsible practical merchants and seamen, have
come forward and offered to insure the vessel nnder
hs command for a voyage to the Marquas at S9O00.
S-ime alo urge that this is a cose where the interests
of 11 concerned are so self ftjddetitly injured by a
strict adherence to instructions, ilwt departure from
them is justifiable and even a duty, and will be sanc
tioned by the directors at Boston when they learn the.
circumstances. Men who urge this are accustomed
to abide by instructions and to require that their own
ghooM the vtnil p racKd under Capt. Moore's command nn
der a private policy of insurance brre, the home policy most be
carerd d sod the arrets in charge think the arrival now hourly
txprtei! firm the coat will Trins; either a new command.
snoe flirt ber Instrortioos which wul rvlieve 'hem 'r-n- rj.i
prrnt emoarmssmeiit, am rnnseqnentiy render any sorb aW
Una'ive nnecessary. h'h'xiM it brins; no relief they will th"n
eod-r wht c arsr is nvwt (pasihle to take.
The Fo'unrnan is -vfclently mMnftcmed as to the character
rf tne Frndential Cnmittee, Urr it mm in suppose then) aI
clfrrymac. This howerrr is a mistake. The rntnittee cno
its at present of riant or ten laymen anil fooror Ave dereynxm.
The layman are enmprwd of diMinenWheit civilian, fluanetil
Ben and pract'eaj merchants; one of the latter, at leas, a lanrst
ship owner, and snn-, aln,whne names areahnat as well knrwn
la the Barimrs of lndnn as in Bton. All dersymen and Uy
mm re choaea, snM.r, I thrhr wiiaai and eirpr rience in prac
tical matters; and I bHirve no nrrfy of men, of the same ntim
brrt ens he f-iand pnmwyfnsr m"re fiuv-ss) f r their resrvtisible
position than three aspaciated in the Prudential Coirmitter of
the A. B. C. W. M. I r. Arxl-rrm, at the Foreign &crtary of
the Bonrd. and Clerk nf the Cotnmittae, conveys their decisions
without abV farther rrnfifisililitv Sir 'heir eharmctrr than the
raa tvinr powers be ma have bra!bt to hear npon the miuda
sf ihe Cmnmltee in fnrnunr thrm.
The Cntrsiictee lay no claim to exemption from error, nor does
ny one claim it for thrm; tut thrtr frieods do c'aim fir the
Committre a much freedom from mistake as can be foam in
snj similar body; acd that the mistake into which it tseranrvded
they have M-ii, in rprct to the working rf the Aforata? Stnr, j
a ane not onfreqaent in orlinary eommerrial tranaactions. as
mny observers cn testify, and which Is ratbrv a resn t of the
Hft'ctkm of details at so great a Jrtanr from the scene f action,
tnd wbre current circnmmanees and necessiues cannot possi
lij be known, than to anv nthT cause.
In emmwui with others Id -eply sympathize with Capt. Moore,
uh? perhaps from my cirrnmstances feel more pmnrnnt ineni-vnh-nce
by the drrancner;t it plinsfrnjed than anyone else;
Kit I cannot J- in in censore of the Cnmmittee in R stnn. be!iev
b tht, thoovrh mitkT. they have been infioencrd by no
fith-r motive than the desire to promote the reneral rood. Some
rrU I know, that the ww I needed no insurano-; bat they, it
ip pears, tbooght difft-renily. Toon, c .
8. X. CaTUL
JiTiTal of the "Fannj Majorr
ATLANTIC DATES TO JAN. 20.
True to her time, the California packet bark Fan
ty Mnjor, Capt. John Paty, arrived off this port
7ererdy morning, the 10th inst., bringing the U. S.
"kaiTs of January 2, including date from Europe to
.'an. 2, Hon Konir Xov. 15, anl Cilcntra to Jfov. 25.
The schooner Cjtwi, Capt. Bl ike, from L-xhaina,
: rriTed at Sin mcisco on the Vth, twenty-far
Ctpt. Pity report" a shp going into Sin rrancr8eo
' the morninz he left tie 21st which he thinks
'mi the V. S. St. Miry's, herce Jan. 27.
The news by this arrival is not of paramount ira
Jortance', beyond the fict that from India, we learn
that Lucknow bid been relieved, but the accounts
'hi?h hae come to hnrl are quite meager.
The fallowing is a summary of the most interesting
ixmsfrom all quarters.
The specie in the New York Binks amount to up-t.-artb
of thirty millions ofloIlrirs !
Tlere is no comnieTc:aOof much interert.
California ntocks Lave been teluSQr seventy cents
n the dollar.
In t'ie Hose rf R-preentatiTes ITon. Mr. Bla:r.a0r
ITour:, ;titruluocl a propofitivn for the purchase
if Xicaracua by the C. S. Government, for the pur
Joee of sertlement by the free blacks.
Ia rezard to the action of Com. Paulding in arrest
ing Walker, the President thinks he committed an
e Tor, I ut that his motives were patriotic Nicara
gua is the only one that has a right to complain, but
she has been benefitted by the act, it is not likely
ie will do so.
The heretofore reDorted collision between the Free
cute men of Kansas and the U. 8. troops
Wits an !
"ror. There h.nl ren fizht between the tree
State men and the Border RufE-tns, reultin in one
' e tch party being killed, and several of the latter
At the electTbn in Kansas on the 4th January, so
f-ra henr-l from the Free State ptrty has eecured
11 oat nf 41 represi-nUriTShr, and 14 ont of 19 sena-ts-a.
The mijority ngunt the Lecouipton constita
tJO was about 15,)0l.
The bill matured by the Pacific R-tilrxrvl Commit
of the Senate, January 19, and reported by Mr.
Gw n, proposes to locate the railroad between the Big
S oux and the Mouth of the Kansas River to San
A latwcn'ption ha been opened in the city of New
Orleans, for the parpnoe of presenting Commodore
P KiLlinjr with swanl, lor complying with the spirit
h s instroctions nl arrestiDg Walker. The sub
ription al-Mj confemptates the honorable testimoo'uil
t fl ig to the officers and crew of the IVabath for
tie a-tiue service. M my of the leading Southern
j) Jrn-iis denied the report that Walker and his cause
re pnpuLtr in the Sjoth. The feeling, they say,
is eon fine I to the rabble in the cities.
From Utah we learn that Gov. Camming had is
t d a proclamation to the citizens of that Territory
Cover do r. He h.is not declrel the Territory in a
tne of rebellion; he only charires treasonable acts
tfainst certain "lawless indivklu-il supposed to
"te been countenanced by the lite ExecutWe," and
g tinst the persons only is the accusation of trea
Soa brought. Si Cr from declaring the Territory in
a4ateof rebellion, the proclamation merely, calls
ou all armed parties to disperse, nnder penalty if
thsy disobey of subjecting themselves to be proceeded
against an traitors.
In the letter of Gov. Gumming, addressed to Brig
iim Young, that individual has at length received
official notice that he has ceased to be United States
Governor of the Territory.
The sHn Ocra, or Wakrcx. In the U. S. Dis
f ct Court of Providence, R. L, on the 12th Jan., a
decision Was rendered in th rntf nf f hs ahin Di-ras.
f Warren; which had been libelled for landing goods
- . ui uiv oricaut tawa, uismtssing tne uoet
e the ground that no satisfactory proof baa been
to 7jnht he Tali of the goods landed amounted
8400. The udge, however, gave a certificate that
was jostilable eanas tur aauure, as.the actcom-
tent exhibit-d for him by officers and crew, point to i I 08 u, l V ,e n lve P' we'1 J on th throne, and
. , ... . ... ; keep him in state at Fyz ib id, a city of 10il!OO0 in-
n as the most suit able rerson for the command of the ihifn.. .ir.i . , r J -', !. .
. . . . . I Habitants, defended by a large fort, with wall, ditch,
- ninz Slnr. And this is sai I wthout disparage-. round towers and new entrenchments. Here the last
plained of came clearly within the 27th section of the
f tn tm ay air-
The official programme of the rmnrnnlw tA w. .v
served on the marriage of the Princess Royal, ap
pears in the Court Circular. The wedding was do-
C.U.I. 1 r .. O
mmcij uhu mr January zo.
Tne LrvxATHAX. The procera of working down to-
wrU water was to nave been formally commenced
for the sixth time, either on January 1st or 4th.
jo less man 1 1 presses ar fixed against the aft cra
dle, and 10 against the forward one One of the
lormer is oi enormous strength and dimensions.
The steamer Sarah Sand, while conveying: troops
to India, took fire November 11, and burned for 15
IUr8-u All the after part of the vessel was destroy
ed. She put into Mauritius for repairs. The troops
showed perfect discipline.
Cfciaa aa4 Iadia.
The Tendon Timfi of January 1st, says : By the
present time, probably. Canton has been attacked
and captured. It has been determined to make the
dixpute local. Should the Emperor answer the
capture of Canton by the expulsion of the English
traders from Shinghae, then inleed matters will
grow serious. But should he determine that the
C.-inton governor and mob have been justly punished,
it is possible th-U hostilities may be confined to
operations which were to be commenced in the South.
The British force seems to be sufficient for the pur
pose of inflicting retribution at Canton. In a few days,
says our correspondent, we may reasonably expect to
have 700 guns and 7001 men in these waters, and of
the latter we shall probably be able to land 4000.
The blue-j ickets were being drilled for service on
The accounts of the relief of Lucknow are meagre.
The loss of the rebels between the 13th and 17th is
estimated in one account at 7000.
The fighting before Lucknow was very severe. On
the IBth, the enemy sntfered enormously. The fight
on that day was one of the most severe eve r witnessed.
On the llrth, the enemy were flying in gre-it numbers j
from Lucknow, and firing had nearly censed. After '
the fizht of the 16th. the bodies of 150 Serwvrs were
counted in ope place.
The latest accounts are not very intelligible.
Almubagh, the news being thereby stopped.
When Sir Colin Campbell left Cawnpore, he rode
40 miles at one stretch. In his engagements he
relied on his artillery as much as possible, thereby
avoiding unnecessary lose or men.
Nana Sihib, with all his men and baggage, it is
said, has joined the rebels at Qwalior.
Ihe Daily JYeics Bombay correspondent says the
great stand may be expected.
Three companies of 31th natives Infantry mutinied
at Chittagong, and inarchx-d to Dacca. 100 Euro-
peans were scut to intercept them.
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'1ILIZA A ELLA,"
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iJ Ihe London correspondent of the Panama Sta ,
under date of Jan. 1, says: The last mail fro
India brings the news that Lucknow has been effec: -ually
relieved by Sir Colin Campbell; the ladies ar 1
children, the sick and wounded are in safety rii
Cawnpore, and though the number of rebels in Ou i
TC1T large, yet the continuous stream of Europer; i
troops then pouring Into India, rendered the fin I
suppression of the rebellion not only in Oude, In' 5
throughout the whole of the disturbed district:,
merely a question of time, and that of no distant dat:.
Lord Palmerston has made the important announc e
ment to the Fast India Company, that upon the r
assembling of Parliament, it is his intention to intrU
duce a bill for abolishing the double sys'em of Go-' -eminent,
and transferring the government of Ind"
direct to the Queen and Parliament. It is intende t
that there shall be a Minister for India, assi-.
ed by a Board of experienced men, similar ii
constitution, to the Board of Admiralty the head f
the Board beinz, of course, responsible to Parliamen' .
The announcement of this great change has improve '.
the price of East Indian Railway and other stocks, ts
it is hoped- the internal resources of India will hu
more rapidly developed in future. Trade in th
fast will also be stimulated by the cessation of tin
disturbances, and the improved management undf t
the new regime. Ultimately, the rebellion will tur .
out one of the best things that could have happene :
both 'or India and this country.
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lhckN Celestinl Scenery.
Dice's Practical Atroiiomer.
Dickens' Dilxy k. Son 2 vols. 12mo.
Dickens' Bleak Houe 2 vols. 12mo.
Duff's B-iokkeeping IHmble and Single Entry.
Ewbank's Life in Brazil; El Oringo.
Ferris' L tah and the rmons.
Flowern of Fable with numerous engravings.
Gerstaker's Five Years Voyages around the World.
Gray's Kletn. nts of Natural Philosophy.
Gray's and Adami' Geology.
FcbO'l History fr Boys 2 volumes.
25 volumes of Harp- r's Magazine, bound.
Har)r's Gazetteer of the World the best published.
Il .rp r'l St-ry Books 35 volumes the most entertaining1 se
ries of books for chil lren ever issued.
Hnsw -It's Engineer's i'ocket Book.
H rvy's Courtesy, with Hints on Manners and Habits.
Hist t fir B-tys; or. Annals of Mixlern Europe.
IIuc'iTrav Is thr u.'h the Chinese Empire 2 volumes,
t-l iimb .bit's '"sm -s 4 v..lumes.
Il.im'ol It's Tmvels and Kesearchos.
Ila n -'- lli-t ry of Euluu.l 6 volumes. 12mo , cloth.
M.iciul ij's lo do 4 do,
Hunt's Aut 'bl raphy.
The L sner's 3 ri" fir CbiMren viz: Learning about Com
mon Tilings, Klj,ht aud V rong, to Head, to Talk, to Think
Ltssing's Fiell Book of Ihe Revolution most superbly illus
trated 2 volum.-i.
Molehills and Mountains ; or, a Tour through California.
3Iaur's Geograpl.y ot the Sea.
Mardi, and a Voyage Thither, by Melville.
Orooo,Ty!e, .M .by Pick, White Jacket. PiTTe Redburn, c.
Hannah MrK.re's Complete Woris 1 volume,8vo.
The Isla.id Worlii ot the Pnvific.
Hoi ton's TrHVeb in New Orannda.
Thackery's Newconitnr jioM., cloth, illustrated.
Orator's T uclntow, or Eloquence Simplified.
Paley's NiilnrHl Tne-.loty.
M.idime S-feiffer's V yges around the World.
Pilsrini's tV'gress iliuslrital.
Prescott's Miscellanies and Eays.
Natural Hit ry of Qumlrupeds.
Russell's History of I' ynesia.
V iv s' N'H-js on the jan.iwicb Islands.
Sett's Infantry Tactics 3 volumes
Mrs. Sb rwoii's Complete Works 10 volumes, 12mo.
Spurzheiin's Phrenology ; or, Ment.il 1'henomeua.
Suphen's Central America 2 volumes.
Strptiens Yucatan 2 volumes. '
'Stephens' Egypt and Greece.
Twenty Years in the Phillipine Islands.
Vestiges nf the Natural History of Creation.
Vaux Cottage Architecture.
Waikna, or. Adventures on the Mosquito Bhore.
Wi-altb and Worth; or. W hich Makes the Man?
WiUinson's Ancient Egyptians 2 vols.
Woman's Kec rd ; or. Sketches of Distinguished Women.
Guy Livineston a Novel.
Bonner's Child's History of Greece.
Liddell's Hiory of Rome,
Northwest Coast : or Three Years In Washington Territory.
Married and Single, etc., etc., etc. For sale by
89-tf 11. M. WHITNEY.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SAU
per " ELIZA A ELLA," from Boston, the following fplen
did assortment of Stationery, Blank Bo ks, aod Desk Furniture,
3, 4, 5 and 6 quire Journals, various bindings;
3, 4, 5 and tf quire Ledgers, do do: .
8, 4, 6 and 6 quire Record Bonks;
8, 4, 5 and 0 quire Pay Books;
3, 4, 5 and 8 quire Log Bonks;
Assorted cargo hooks; Assorted tuck mem books;
do tuck diaries and almanacs, for 169;
do writing books, with and without copies;
do cap ledger indices; assorted letter books;
200 reams letter, cap and note paper;
10 do hill and accoant current paper;
100,000 huff and white envelopes, of all sizes;
2,000 parchment and cloth envelopes, of all sizes;
A great variety of blank notes, drafts and hills of lading;
Bowd itch's Navigator; Expeditious Calculator;
Nautical Almanac, fur 1859; 100 gns steel pens;
Gutta percba pens a new article; copying brushes;
Assorted red tape; red, fancy and black sealing wax;
Boxes assorted gummed seals; patent ink erasers;
Patent pencil sharpeners; patent traveling ink stands;
Flat, round and octagon rulers; tin cash trays;
Lu bin's, Faber's and Ropes' lead pencils; tin wafer cups; .
25 gross red. blue and black Inks; assorted copying Inks;
Assorted portioli.,choice article; assorted ivory papT folders;
do pen holders, various patterns; pen racks; letter clip;
do paper weigbts; assorted inkstands; thermometers;
do m-Htled and plain linen twine;
do slates, small toy and school;
do banker ' wallets, for notes and bills;
A few gross ot real Albata pens; ladies' small sized letter paper;
Italian office desk hones: camel hair pencils, etc.. etc.
89-tf B. M. lilTXEY. .
JENNY L1ND CAKES AND WATER
ALSO ADAMANTINE CANDLES
California Cheese, etc, etc, etc
8-tf Just received and for sal by C. A. A H. F. POOR.
EX "FANNY MAJOR."
f CST R EC E I V ED New Raisins in half boxes;
M Candied Citron feel;
For sale by
SAYIDGE A MAY.
BEET, CARROT. ONION. SAGE, PARS
ley, peas, watermelon, musk melon, ralish, squash anu
Osat oraon soadi par u Fanuv M aior.
For sale by
OFFERS FOR. SALE IXW, TO CIXSK
oonaigtunenca, the following MKHCIIANUIK, vis: .
Cases Spirits Turpentine, in tins;
Cam Jiiiglish boiled oil;
Kegs of pure Mo. 1 extra white lead; '
Zinc paint, ground in oil t
Casta of tiua ot black paint; k -gs of do.
Barrels of whisky;
Cases of assorted cnukers, in tins;
- Barrels of cider vinewi
Barrels of butter, in kegs;
Cases of Dixon's tobacco;
Ctiils whale line, hemp and Manila rope
Oars, assorted lengths;
Steering oars, assorted lengths.
Cases preserved meats In tins; Cases preserved clams la tins;
Cases preserved oysters Ut tins; Cases prM mince meat In tins;
Barrels Carolina rice; Barrels vinegar;
Tierces bams; i-ases uwuu w uns;
Cases of Women's Shoes, native pattern;
Anchors and chains;
Rigging and pump leather;
Kecs white beans; cheese In tins;
Cooking stoves and cam booses;
Cases wood and cane seat chairs;
Tins of putty;
Cases of hair, paint and shoe brushes;
Bbls and puncheons pure Jamaica rum;
Baskets of champagne;
Casks of Jeffries' Edinburgh Ale in stone Jum;
Casks of Duff Gordon Sherry;
Octaves of J. & W. Martell's brandy;
Half bbls of California herri nga ;
Cases of gherkins and mixed pickles, In half gall. Jars;
Cases of codtlsb, in tins; ca.-es of fresh lobster. In Uns;
Cases of Kuglish Jams, pie fruits and pickles;
Cases of buffalo chip tobacco; boxes champagne cider.
THE UNDERSIGN ED INTENDS SOON TO
leave this Kingdom, and requests all persons having de
mauds against him, to present them for payment forthwith ;
and all pers-ms Indebted to him, to settle the same on or nefore
the 13th instant, and save cost.
ti... .iiwiorxl.mpil. twelve vears a resident of Honolulu, res-
' oectfullv tenders his services, while in the United States, to his
i J . ... .... . j.M .... k ... i
friends aud tne puouc ot wis city, i wen-., nullum nn
ship, any goods they may wUh to order for this market, collect
bills, settle accounts, -r any other matters "f business, assuring
them their orders shall have his lest pejnai "attention "d
N. B. The business or the undersigned will he continual dur
ing his absence, under the direct! n of N. H W JO!-. Esq. A
full assortment f sup ri .r llOjrS. s-H JES a .d FIND1GS,
etc , daily expected per ElUa S Ella," and fr sal low at the
Brick Shoe Store. J- u- WOOD
lloiioluln, March 3. 18S8. 88-tf
EX "GOLDEN STATE."
THE ENTIRE CARGO OF LUMBER RE
centiy arriveit by the above schooner frum HumhoUt, con
Sisling In part as follows : '
65 M 1-Inch Northwest Hoards;
5 31 I -Inch Redwood do;
37 M Scantlins, assorted sizes.
8S-tf For sale by CEO. G. II0WE.
MILK I MILK I
COMPETITION AND REIU'CTION IN PRICES
being the order of the day, I would say to all persons re
ceiving Milk from Huunui Dairy," that they will be served at
all times with Pure Milk at the very lowest prie s.
87tf JOHN HARRIS, Agent.
LOT OFVOAKDSaad CLAP-
Hk. BOARD?, far sale by
C. n. LEWERS.
riIIE COPARTNERSHIP IIERETOFO E
1. existing between O. 11. Gt LICK and A K. CLARK,
bavinu expireil by limitation, either of the partners is authorized
to settle the affairs "f the firm. O. H. Gl LU'K,
Feb. 23,1858- 87-tf . A. K. CLARK.
TIIEUNDERSIG XE1 HAVING BEEN A P
ixnnted Quariiiaus of the person and pmperty ol WILLI A M
C. LCM ALILO, son of Charles Kanalna. of Honolulu, hereby
give notice to all persons indebted o him to make immediate
payment ; and all persons having claims against the same, are
hereby requested to present the same-to J. W. A I'S-TIN, Ho
nolulu. J- V. AI STIN.
Feb. 22, 1S58. 87-tf C. KANAINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED. GUARDIANS OF
the person and property of WILLIAM C. Ll'N ALILO,
sou of C. Kanaina, of Honolulu, hereby forbid any person trust-
! Ing the said W. C Lunalilo, as from this date we shall pay no
i debts contracted by him. J- W. ACSTIN,
Feb. 22. 1858. 87-tf C. KANAINA.
CC. BRAND'S WHALING GUNS, No. 1
C. C. Brand's Bomb Lances, No. 1;
Do dn do do No. 2.
Greener's Whaling Guns;
Da Lances and Harpoons.
84-tf For sale by A. J. CARTWRIGIIT.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
VEW ENGLISH ANCHORS, FROM lOOO
il to -J2O0 pounds;
New English Stud and Shackle Chain Cable", 1 1-1 to 1 J Inch
84-tf For sale by A. J. CART WRIGHT.
BBLS.WAIME.4 PICKLED BEEF,
iJ J f in Liverpool and Turks' Island salt, aud warranted
to keep two years In any climate.
For sale by
A. J. CARTWRIGIIT.
I PARTIES DESIROUS OF VISITING THE
Island of HAWAII, in or.ler to see the Volcanoes, or re
cruit in the salubrious parts of the high lands, are res'iectfully
informed thst the undersigned can furnish good accommoda
tions in every respect. Horses and pack-biir.iKrks kept on hire.
O. K. VI DA CO.,
84-3m Beach, Eawaihae, Island of Hawaii.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS MOST RES
pertfully to return his thanks to those custon ers who so
gener msly supiorted him in his Butcher Shop in King street.
! au.l to inform them that he has this day sold all his interest in
' the same to William and John Sumner, ar.d solicits a share of
their patronage for bis successors.
84-tf LOUIS IIEMKEN.
SsEliLIXCr OFF : !
AT REDUCED PRICE for the purpose of mak
ing alterations in the Premises.
W. F. ALLEN.
83-tf Corner of Eaahumanu and Queen Streets.
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
apiHilnt-d Administrator, with the will annexed, of the es
tate of Stephen Reynolds, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all perS'ius having ilemau ls airainet said estate,
to present the same ; and all e rsons indebted to the same, are
hereby requested to make immediate payment.
JAAItS W. A r STIN,
n molulu, January 22, 1359. 83-tf Administrator.
ALMANACS FOU 1S5
AT1TIRISTIAN FAMILY ALMANACS FOR
1 858 For sale by
li M. WHITNEY.
POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT, NO. 1,
I. 0. 0. F.
TTIE MEMBERS OF THIS ENCAMP
ment ore hereby nutiSed that the next rr gular session will
be held on Frid-iy (To-morrow) Eveninc, at half-past 7 o'clock,
at the Hull of Exceli"r Lodee. InstalUtion.
Hon. lulu, Janu:iry 28, 1858. 83-104
PIANO FORTE FOR SALE.
A SUPERIOR Black Walnui Piano Forte, sevev nc
TiVts, made by Chicskbisg, of suierior tone and finish
S4-6t J. F. B. MAIUIIALL.
JUST RECEIVED EX YANKEE."
OHEGON SMOKED HAMS, OF SUl'E
ri,r quality, for sale by
83-tf SATICGE k MAY.
TVO NEW YORK DRAYS, complete,
2 SeU Harness for do.
For sale by
ej..tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
RENCII. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
Mr Cards for sale by
CALIFORNIA BRANDY OF 1S56,
' 1 DOZEN CASES AND IN KEGS OF
M. 15 gallons each, for sale by
Vox HOLT & IIEt'CK.
A VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLE IN CASES
J of 1 dozen each, for sale by
86-tf Tos HOLT k HETCK.
DETER T. HEERING'S CHERRY
diaL from Copenhagen, for sale by
86-tf To HOLT & IIECCK.
THE CHILIAN BARK
JL "Alexandro G-.irrigos,' consisting of
350 teas Straits Coals,
1 tsa Saltpetre.
Apply to. L. R ANTHON.
Or to J. C. 8PACLDING.
NO. 2 CHEROOTS
OR SALE BY
j. m. sMrrn a co.
A- FEW DOZEN FINE LINEN BOSOM
Custom mad SHIRTS, at
86-tf Tos nOLT A HETCK'S.
MORICE COX A
J received ner Yankee." for sale by
85-tf - C. L. RfHARHS k
OR SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
FIRE-PROOF PAINT For sate by
87 tf W. A. ALPRICn.
1 EAD PIPE Assorted sizes foe sale by
AA 87-tf W. A. ALDRICH.
SUPERIOR TEAS Ia amaO boxes, for family use
for sale by 87-tf W. A. ALPBICII.
ONE BOSTON FANNING MILL -For sale by
87-tf W. A. ALDRICH.
MATT I NC For sale by
B. W FIELD.
FFICE TO LET r The rear Office over the Post
Zaqoirs of (34-tf) H. M. WBITNIT.
FOR NEW BEDFORD.
The well known clipper ship : ?
Aspasia, Capta.n Greex, -'"
Daily expected from Acapuloo, having a portion of her cargo'
already engaged, will load oil and bone for the above port.
. For freight apply to - a. COADT tr CO.
Honolulu, March 10, 1SS8. 89-tf "
FREIGHT FOR NEW BEDFORD !
The fine American clipper ship
Eliza &. Ella, Jas. Lunt, Master,
Will have dispatch for die above port.
The -Efi tf Ella is a nut sailer, and has good canacitv for
oiL Great care wUl be taken of freight on the passage, and the
oil shipped shall be wet as often as desired. For freight or pas
sage apply to B. W. FIELD.
N. B. The cabin has good accommodations. - - 89-tf
Is now undergoing Ojorough repair, aod will sail for PORT
IAND, Oregon Territory, on tie 8 5 lh last.
For freight or passage apply to Captain A. WHITE, or NA
N. B. Persons wishing to go to Oregon, will do well to engage
their Passage at an early day j and those wishing information la
regard to Oregon, can be gratified by calling on the subscriber.
Honolulu, March 4, 1868. 88-3t NATHAN 0LNET.
FOR NEW BEDFORD, DIRECT.
THE CLIPPER SHIP
525 Carr.J. WARREN PERKINS,
With a considerable portion of her cargo engaged, will have
prompt dispatch for the above port For freight apply to
83-tf R. COALY A CO.
Ships of Good Capacity
Ketarn Cargoes, or
TO LOAD WITH
GUAAO AT JAR VIS ISEAIYD
AND PROCEED DIRECT
rpo NEW YORK OR ANY OTHER PORT
in the L'nited States, that may be agreed on. Moorings
to be provided, and the Guano brought within reach of ships'
tackles by the Agent on the Island.
For further particulars, freight or charter, apply to Uii under
signed, at his Otfice, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Huno.
lulu. . G. P. JCDD.
Agent of the AMERICAN GUANO COMPANY.
Honolulu, March 1, 1853. 88-tf
TIIE GOOD SCHOONER
Well found in every respect. For particulars inquire of
ONLY REGl'LAR LINE FROM THE U
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterlv from Commercial
Boston, in the months of
March. May or
September and December.
for further particulars see special advertisements in dally
paers of the above mouths.
sor lreight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sundwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston,
or to B. W FIELD,
Honolulu, S. I.
B. W. Field,
Sutton k Co.
Cook & Snow,
L DESIRABLE COTTAGE PLEASANTLY"
L located in Nuuanu Valley, opposite the residence of E. O.
H.ill, Esq., with convenient outhouses, stables, bath house. &c.
and pasture for two or more horses. Possession given immedi
ately. Apply to
88-tf n. STANGENWALD.
"landsfor sale or lease.
PERSONS WISHING TO PURCHASE OR
Lease Lands alated for Sheep Furms, or for the cultiva
tion of Coffee or Sugar, can hear of the same by applying to the
undersigned, at the Interior Ollice.
83-6t 8. SPENCER.
XT- EXCHANGE. 3
SUMS TO SUIT.
H. M. WHITNEY.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
SUPERIOR CALFSKIN SEWED
and SHOE?, .or sale by
Tos nOLT & IIEUCK.
PORTER AND CHAMPAGNE GLASSES,
of various styles, all flue cu. glass. Tumblers and Gob
lets do. For sale by
80-tf Vos nOLT k HEL'CK.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
pay ao debts contracted (during my absence) iu my name,
without my written order.
Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1S33. 86-4t HORACE SHERMAN.
AND GENT'S EXT A FINE
W A DIES
white Kid Gloves; white and drab superior Buckskin
Rising Gloves, for sale by
86-tf Yoh HOLT k HEL'CK.
A FEW TONS OF LIGHT MERCHANDISE
will be taken on storage at reasonable rates in a goud, iry
oel I r removed ftvm the danger of fire by
-tf. C. A k H. F. POOR.
A CORD for good Fire Wood, on the landing,
near the Custom House. Apply to
C. A. & II F. POOR.
7 7 -if
CVR SALE BY
n. M. WHITNEY.
COPY-BOOK . WITH AND WITHOUT
Copies; Faher's pencils, black mid r-d crayons, steel pens.
In li t rubber. French tissue paper, etc. etc.
68-tf For sale by II. M. WHITNEY.
SCHNAPPS AND IN.
WOLFE'S. VOLDNER'S AND TURNER'S
Ar unatic iV'hnapps ; old cheidam Gin. in juir ; old
Swhii Gin, in 6-gallou kegs, in bond or dntv paid ; for !!' by
85-tf C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
APPLES. PEARS, PEACHES, STRAW
berries, Whortleberries and Apple Marmalade, iu tins;
als, BotttJd Olives, for sale by
85-tf . C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
CHAMPAGNE I CHAMPAGNE I
JUST RECEIVED PER "YANKEE." 25
baskets, quarts anil pints, of the celebrated Chas. Heidsieck
Champagne. 1 85-tf C. L. RICHARDS k CO. ..
Half boxes Raisins,
Jujube Paste. For sale bv
60-tf T. VIOSSMAN k SON.
N 12-POCND TINS. FOR SALE RY
85-tf C. L. RICHARDS k
TAR, PITCH, ROSIN,
TBRIGIIT VARNISH AND BLACK
nish, for sale by S5-tf C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
HtNGLISH, French, German, and Chinese lilks. The most
tJIlll'ld .t UUtiU C 1. 1 UIKICU. K'tf BH1Q IJJT
July 1, 1-tf
ROBERT C. JANION.
CORN AND OATS, on hand, and
For sale by
ei-tf A. P.
PINAMA IIATS Of medium and fine qualities.
Also, black casnmere hats. Just received and for sale
C. A. k 11. F. POOR.
HAWAIIAN PHRASE BOOKS
TjlOR SALE BY THE DOZEN. r SINGLE
$4 per dozen I 60 cents per copy.
H. 31. WHITNEY.
ONE SUPER LARGE FORCE PUMP, with
Hose aod Couplings, complete.
For sale by
61-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
rillTE LEAD, 86
For sale by
A'E SILVER MOUNTED
For sale by
nEAVV AND LIGHT RAVEN DUCK,
Cotton Canvas, assorted Nna.
For sale bv
10-tf CHAS. BREWER, to.
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE CIDER, IN
dmea eases, for sale by
85-tf - C. L. RICHARDS Jt CO.
NGLISU WHITE LEAD
For sale by
42-tf A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
B AKER. APPLY TO
85-tf T. MOSSMAN A SON.
ROLLS WIRE FENCING.
For sale by
Sl-tf ' . j . - . - CHAS. BREWER, So.
OIL CASKS. 1 BOO
hand aad lor sale by
BBLS. OIL CASKS OBT
(U-tf) 1. A. BUBDICK
BY JOHN F." COLDURK.
Sale of General Uerctssdlstv
THIS iAIT, ; ;
MARCH 11, AT lO O'Clswk, A.IV s
At SALESROOM, will be sold a Urge asaortmant ot Oeosral
JUerchandise, such as . , . - j
Dry Goods, Clothing, - i - i
. Soots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, - ;
Groceries, Preserved TratU, ;
i: Dried Fruits, ate., etA,
And many other articles too numerous to mention.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1 7. AT lO A. M
At the residence of Dr. 8. P. FORD, on Union street, wfll bs
sold Uie entire .. : 1
Consisting in part of .
One superior rosewood ease Piano Forte;
Center Tables. SoTas, Chairs, Wbabiotst '
Mirrors, Pictures, Crockery and Glass Ware
' Black Walnut Extension Tablet
One large Cooking Stove and appurtenances.
A choice variety of PLANTS, etc, etc, etc
florses, Wagon, Chaise, ke,
TUESDAY, MARCH 83, AT 1 O'CPk, Nsta
On premises of L. H. ANTB0N, Esqn oa Merchant street,
sill be sold, without reserve,
The Kentcnky Horse HARRY t
Grey Horse EC LI PSK
Bay Mare MAYFLY.
1 superior chaise;
I hand cart, etc-, etc
Furniture at Auction !
Thursday's march 35, at 10 o'Ciweu,
A. M . lrcriely,
At the Residence of L. II AN Til JN. Esq.. soroer of Beret a
nia and Garden streets, will be solo the
ENTIRE IIOCEHpLD FURNITURE i
WHARF LOTS AT AUCTION 1
WO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, oa
M the New Eipianade, on the 13th of May, 1868, the leases
of ground I ts for One Uu idred Years, (the rate to be adjusted
equitably by appr.iis.TS tuu ua;ly chosen at the end of every
twcitty-:ive y e:ir.) of six I'., to be built upon of Incombustible
nril-'riiils, ace r 'ing to a plan t be s-eu at the office of Mr. B.
A. S. WjoJ, SuiK-rintenJoit of Public W rks.
The six lots extend In line fr itn the premises of Messrs. James
R liosoj k with ;ui esplanade l.i front of 143 feet wide,
along the margin of hich goods can be landed or embarked.
Purchasers ut the rni 1-itg will have to pay only the rent
of eiich lot, quarterly, senii-aunuailv or nnuHlly, as may be sr-
i rang-.-l on the liny of sale ; aud iu the mat -rial and style of their
j buil.liuLU to c iiilonn to the general plan laial down by the gov.
ernment, which has f ir its object unit miity in appearance, the
J convenience ol the public, and safety from tire.
The six lots are of the f -liowing dimensions, viz : 4 lots, eacn
80 feet f routine by 145 feet deep ; 2 lots, each 68 feet frontage
by 146 feet deep.
TO BE SOLD ALSO, on the t aaie day, the leases of nint
ground lots for the same period, in rear of the marine lots, and
lying between the premises of James Robinson Co. and Fort
street, the plans aud drawings of which can be seen at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Vor.s, and at the offices of
Messrs. A. P. EvereU and J. F. 'ol" urn. Auctioneers.
69-tf v Minister of the Interior.
BY JAMES J. JARTES ESQ..
THE UNDERSIGNED has received by the ship Eli
si 4 Ella, from Boston, the following late publications,
by Mr. J arves, formerly of Honolulu :
KIANA, a Tale of Hawaii.
This work is founded on one of the ancient traditions of the
Hawaiians, and Illustrates their ancient enstoras and habits. It
Is dedicated by the Author to His Majesty Kamehameha IY.
CONFESSIONS OF AN INQUIRER ; or, War
and What Am I ? By J. J. Jarvea.
"This is a rrrume of life experiences In the spheres of the
affections, art and religion. Whatever judgment may be formed
of the author's philosophy nf lire, no one will question the frank
ness of his confessions. The descriptive portion of society and
manners in Polynesia, with particular reference to the great
question of the capacity of the Indian and Negro races for Civili
sation and Christianity, la of particular interest, Exchange.
ART HINTS, ox Architecture, Sculpture and
Painting By J. J. Jarves.
"America has at last produced a writer who rosy help to edu
cate her in art, guide her infant steps, and to point out the pit
falls that surround the pilgrim of art." London Atheneuwu
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jarves. 1st and 2d series.
" Without question, one of the raciest books ever wiitten oa
Parisian life and manners." Boston Port.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numerous illustrations By J.
" The sketches of which this volume is composed, are not only
spirited but informing. - They furnish an impressive idea of the
grandeur and the gl ry and the degradation and shame of nlbd
era IfcUy. Homr Journal.
87-tf For sale by H. M. WHITNEY.
HAS ON HAND AND
FFERS FOR SALE
AT TIIE LOWEST
market prices ;
Black cloth Talmas, richly trimmed; grey do do do;
nrowini no do no;
L'idk'' black and cnlor-d Gaiters. Mack silk Gloves;
Mohair Mits, black silk mits, Brussels bohinet Lace;
Rich thread lace, Smyrna edge and insertion, Maltese lace
Valenciennes lace, Valenciennes imitation lace;
Valenciennes insertion. Embroidered collars, great variety;
Black silk net, embroidered erare shawls;
Embroidered talmas, girls' Leghorn hats, girls' Tuscan hatS
Children's iiats, ladies' bonnets, ereat variety;
Child's white merino hats, grass cloth handkerchiefs;
Linen hem-stitched handkerchiefs;
G"nts' lawn handkerchiefs, large size; ve.vet ribbon;
White kid elnves, colored kid gloves;
Kid and cotton gnuntlets. child's white cotton socks; -Ladles'
white stockings, 1 superior Piano Cover;
China mosquito netting, furniture fringe;
Ladies' linen chemises, black crape;
l-srve variety if trimming fringes, embroidering; sflk;
White embroidering c tton, white silk braidt
Child's wool b iots, child's woolen and merino hoods;
Cords and tawels, all colors; ladies' belts, elastic belts
White linen dl iper, white linen towels;
And a ereat variety of articles too numerous to mention.
87-tf . GEO. CLARK. Hotel street.
Drto. Window Sash, Blinds.
TO ARRIVE PER ELIZA & ELLA,"
O AA DOORS, assorted sizes, with mouldings and
O"" raised panel.
SO SaaN Door-, assorted sizes.
SOO pair W in do vr Snat. assorted sizes.
2 3 O do B I ' m ta . with and without swivels, ass'd sizes.
8el"ct'!d expressly for this m irket, anJ f r sale low by
87-tf GEORGE G. BOWK. '
A RARE CHANCE! "
BOVnf;.i LLEYS AND VICTUALING
UOfSd Flt SALfcJ AN HILO.
SI rUA I EI it the P Lan.ilng Place. AU oew, sob
4uti;tlly built unii --veli furr.ihed.
G3 Acres of Ianl. vrcth n stomI Frstae
H'USii sri.l K'tchen th-r o-i, suuatcd four mites from
liila. About ZD bead of I'AITLE, inc'uding 8 tame
Milking Cows, at present feeding on thevaknd, may be bought
at a bargain.
Thir wh !; Is well s -curl by pitch a-id Walls.
Written inquiries will be i.rimpt!y answered by
Waiakea. IliLsJan. 19. 84-tf HENRY SCHRADER.
A. CHOICE SELECTION OF
BEERS, WINES AND SPIRITS Consisting
pirtly of the following articles, will be found at the store
of U. itHOt)KS, near tlie Post (lihce t
Champagne, of ditferent brands!
ILicks, of uierior qu:ility; . -
&tuternes, of sup rior quality ;
wine Sherries; fine Port;
Bitters, various brands;'
Clarets, of various brands an! qualities;
All the favorite brands of Ale, in mnt and Quarts i
Brandy, Gia and Monoagahela Whisky, in large or
Absynthe; N E Rum, Ac, Ac 7S-tf
CHAS. BREWER 2d.
For sale by
PER YANK EE
Sardines, In half boxes ;
Candy, in 25 tb boxes ;
Strawberries, in 2ft tins
Natural preservesJbi glass ;
Mince meat. In 2tLans.
74-tf For tale by . C. A.
k H. F. POOR.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED have this dsy formed a Co.
partnership for the purpose of carrying oc a general Coca,
mission and Ship Agency business, at Iloooiulu, nraiinism liisj
Jan. 1, .858, under the name and style of
R. COADY fc CO
And will carry on the business of the late firm of B foody
P. S. WILCOX
FRED. L. BANKS.
Honolulu, Dee. 23, 1857. 7S-8m
VM . states.
Old eopper and ectnposltiop, sad
Wanted by the subscriber, tor which the highest cash pries)
will be allowed by .
45-tf CHAS. BREWER, 3D.
NEW GOODS. -
EX " VANKEE," 8ilk handkerchief,
Cottnnade pants, White shirts,
Fancy shirts. Bine flannel shirts, . -. ,
uJewett City" denims. Gaiter shoes, ?
Children's shoes, kc, kc, ke ,
- For sale by
54-tf C A. A B. I. PO0B
" " HENRY ALLEN,
OAIlPIJIITEn AKD DUXSiDCH;
. Fort street, opposite the stars f fssiiliig A Csw
ALL WORK In bis Una dona wKh dJeyatck aol at i
lowest possible rates.
Jobbing done at sheet BOtlC. .
87 Call and see. TMj
BY A. F. EVERETT,
'''' TtTCSSAY, IClTa. AT lO OTOe. AM
At SALESROOM. wOl bs sold a largs asaortsaeal of Oesjeral
Merchandise, each as '
'V Dry Oooda, Clothing, '' ' -;
Boota, baoea, Hata, Caps, '
. wrosstsra, treservea s f a as,
Dried Fraita. etc-
, And many other articles too noaaerous ta s attoo, -
Lease cf the Island cf Hcbccbwe
AT . AUCTION.: -
The smdersigned has received instmctions fross his I7lfiiaM
Um Minister of tl Interior, to ofTer at aactfcxi,on
THURSDAY APRIL 1, AT IS O'CLOCK,!
UwIasbraterTiofyears,oflhe ; , Jr,
The Islaad contains about 28,800 acres, of which abeatSCM
Is table land, aad Is well adapted for a Sheep Farm, being watt
covered with good grass, and is also tree from tarieanaa
.- - A. F. BTERBTT.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFE3 VOZl BALXS
CALIFORNIA BRANDY, ia assorted packares, aad km
quantity to suit purchasers. This Brandy Is gas ra tweed ss be a
pure distillatioo of the Juice of the Native Grape, aad prawsiilns;
In an eminent degree all the aroma and aettcacy of Saver Mr
which the California Grape Is so highly renowned. CueupHswl
Judges have proaonneed the quality to be fuHy eqnal to the best
French Brandy ; and the Public are assured that eat oaly the)
Wine from which this Brandy Is mads, but also sheeooatrssftios
of the stills, and the whole stedtts perandi, are precisely the
same as used in France ; in fact, the principal distiller himself
has been for many years fbremaa of a firm celebrated for ttctr
Brandies ia Cognac. We trust that a diaovramg poUis wlU afv
prcciate the importance of the introduction of
PURE NATIVE LIQUOMS
as a substitute for the vile poisonous trash known as sstxed
brandy, with which oar market has been flooded. The bloated,
bleared and disgusting specimens of humanity that we asset at
every step, sufficiently attest the effects of the delete rioas Oil of
Cognac, and the no less poisonous Fusil Grain OU, contained ta
the so-called pare spirits used ia the adulteration ef genalae
liquors. .. - -
The subscribers are enabled to ofler this fine brandy at leas
than half the cost of French brand y of the sasae pade, and tay
confidently Invite a trial of tee quality, by saaspte or otherwise ;
believing that the people will sustain thea In their sadt avers ta
introduce our Home productions, aad also to cheek the some
of poison which has, up to this period, deluged oar stats. T
Physicians aod others, wishing a pare article for taedlcinal pas.
poses, we con confidently recommend our California brandy,
(even in preference to French,) on account ef ka madoabOsd
vurit. To the public at large we will siaaoty sey, TBV it !
, JAMES T. MoDOCGALL At CO.,
176 Sansome street, San Fraacisos.
NOW LANDING, EX " FANNY XAJOR,
a fresh supply of that ..
Fstawaeie CaIifersita Brstsidy I
from Jas. T. McDocoau. A Co., Ban Francisco, la kegs ot S9
gallons each ; also, cases, one doaen each. Fer parUealars aea
circular in weekly papers. And
In half-gallon bottles, cases one dozen each, for sale by
80-tf voa HOLT A BETJCB
PLYMOUTH COLLECTION OF HYMNS
and Tuues for Church s.
Plymouth Collection of Hymns, gdt, asofuceo;
Plymouth Hy mas, 32mo, 18mo and 12bbo;
Sacred Praise, (a selection of church music;
elah A stketion or Music by Tboe. Hasting; ,
Gregory's Organic Chemistry -Gregory's
Inorganic do; ,.
. Smith's Juvenile Dell tiers; -Smith's
Deflner's Manual ;
Porter's Chemistrrt "
Blcord's Roman Histories;
Ancient Hebrews; .
WUlard's Morals. For sale by
88-tf H. sf. WBITNET.
VERY IMPORTANT TO TUB LADIES!
MORE NEW GOODS!?
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
ceived, per order, a very splendid assortment of TltlMt
PR. If TED FRENCH JACONETS per Taakee." front
the celebrated manufactory of Uns, Odter at Cie., via Baa Fi
Cisco, of the very latest styles, and warranted last colors.
Part of a Boston selected invoice of FANCY GOODS. Par
chased at auction. Compared with forme prices, they are really
low, especially the Skirts. ... .
Please call and see, at the Old Stand or
86-tf F. 8PENCZR, Hetrl street.
WHISKY I WHISKY f ,
FINE OLD 1846 MAGNOLIA WHISKY I
OLD BOWERS WHISKY:
OLD MONONGAHELA WHISKY ;
OLD RYE WHISKY; "
OLD BOURBON. WHISKY :
In store and In bond, for export, for sale by
80-tf . U. I. KIIJHASVDS St COL
1805 AND 1840 8AZERAC D RANDY.
OLD MARTELL BRANDY?
DENNIS MOUR1CE At CO. BRANDT.
Together with the choicest assortment of ..
FINE OLD PORT AND SHERRY WINES
Ever Imported for ship stares and family ass. ' For sale by
sa-tf M. U K1CHAKDS A CO.
SnORTLT EXPECTED, PER ELIZA
k LLA,n a selected assortsoent of Bastera Lam bar. eon-
si. ting of
Yellow Pine Flooring, Wot ked.
Spruce do do do.
. Hair Inch Matched Celling, a superior arttete for Boom aad
White fine worked Partition Boards.
Wide Coflia Boards, Shingles, Laths, and a general assart
inent of BCILOING MATERIALS, selected by the anderslgned.
86-tf- C. B. LBWBRS.
DISSOLUTION. . ,
THE COPARTNERSHIP HCRCTOFORC
existing between WILLIAM A. ALORICH and CHA&LM
B. BISHOP, order the style of ALDRICH A BISHOP, has as
pired by limitation, and either of the late partners is aotboriaed
to settle the affairs of the firm, and for that par pose ta use the
name of the firm. W. A. ALDRICH will ffwitlnat the holiness,
from this date, at the Old Stand.
W. A. ALDRICH,
Honolulu, Feb. 13,1868. ; 8A-8t C, B. BISHOP.
COFFEE X COFFEE 1 1 COFFER It I
W. FIELD, Agent for the sale ef Cofis trees Trr
coxa's Putito would inform the traders that he la
constantly receiving Coffee of the very best quality, frasa
Titcomb's Plantation at Hanalei. which he offers for Sale. Sit
MANILA CORDAGE, small sizes, -
Few sale by
CHAS. BBKWKJL, 8s.
W. A. ALDRICH
"lixa k Ella,"
SALE TO ARRIVE EX
Half barrels Crashed Sugar;
Half barrels Granulated Bazar; '
Half boxes Loaf Sugar.
W. A. ALDRICH
OFFERS FOR SALE A FULL ACrORT
ment of Round, Flat aod Square IR03. Also, a cssa '
plete assortment of STEEL.
. SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, &c. -
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, "DBCCn,
F one her k Co.;" Dale sherry, hock, elaraca e r ms
bra. uls. French liqueurs, (assorted.) Swiss absynthe, 1 -writ
bitters, fruit syrups, (assorted.) cherry eortials, ra. vta.
egar, gin, real Hollands, dark and pale brandy, schnr , asJa
ale. For sale by . (So-tf ) KBCIX A a.vJL
01LWELI'r MAD boots akd csora.
for Children, for sale at
W-" Voa BOLT A BXTCXB. .
CAST IRON PLOWS, AND
Fur sale by
LIFE-BOAT FOR SALE.
ONE new copper-fastened Life-boat for tola by
m- b. : !
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES.
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE. PER "ELI": At :
KLLA," 380,000 A 1 Aroostook Shine WseraoLi t cZ
vor over 100 Square feet to Ihe M
C. H. 1X?T
TELLOW PINK 1 1-4, AND SPt7CT TS)
A Toofoed and grooved Flooring, shortly arw ft. ajar
- Usa A BUa." 4 . 88-tf J T? - C.A. I
IU On KENNING FT OF 4) '
ed Pine Gutter for sale, est "tarn
ADVERTTSEJIENTS, NOTICIU, Cs., ,
TRANSLATED INTO HA WAHAH-Cr-i at
J. F. B. Marshall's.
. . A.B.CX1-
FOR SALE CHEAP, ,
falTE SET OF RUSSIAN CI3ACT3 ? J L
c a. a c. r, rj.
Borat Haaorantaa f ,-" r
, CityeIii.m.l. 1
TRISIS TO GIVE PCT"3 r )
darma my abssnee from thess L a. v .
Theod. C. Henek, is duly snthnrlsad ta aat L iy t l:m
Isf sVryal I.saeve
ttndia nunrto. riirn tcct3
11 . Celebratad 1 -"UXaln's Pn SBsSTT.
Bandatwood kxtraeV - t
qandy rca cau C7