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Tha interest which has bcn awakened in the pub-
ua mma oy some of the ow books, ie perhaps without
pwrlleL Fartumlarlyia this obeerrI in regard to
Dr. Livingston new book oa Africa, which ic proba
My the moat popular work issued from the press for
Mm jean part. We q vote a few extracts from
and wrrali add that the book may be expected on the
rnval or tne next mau packet
Tax ElXCK SouI-ASTS.Wa.lkmr rlrwr, fA thm
fcraat, after telling these poor people, the Batoka, for
ium uuc iu urau- uvea, inac tne ma or God bad
to loved them as to come down from Heaven to save
men, t ooaarvea many regiments of black aoldier
ante retnrninc from their maranrfin
These 1 have often noticed before in different parts of
wuniry, uiq ma wo oaa. even at Kolobeng. an
opportunrry of observing their habits, I may give a
short account of them here. They are black, with a
eujrni Po or grey, about hair an inch in Ieojrtb,
and on tbe lii of march appear., three or four
abretat; when dietnrbed, they utter a distinct hissine
.1.: : j m t .... "
wri"'"- xoeyioiiow a tew leaders who
newer earry anything, and they seem to be guided by
scent left on the path by the leaders; Cr. bappen-
" vokm tw tarow toe water rrom my basin behind a
bosh where I was drevnag.it lighted on the path by
irjimeni oaa passed oeiore 1 began my
toilet, and when they returned they were at a total
loss to find the way borne, though they continued
searching for it nearly half an hour. It was found
telj by one making a long circuit round the wetted
The scent may hare indicated abo the pro-
p"trjr their going in one direction only. If a
kandftl of earth is thrown on the path at the middle
of the regiment, either on its way home or abroad,
those behind it are completely at a lose as to their
. farther progress. Whatever it may be that guides
mem, iney seem oniy to Known that tbey are not to
return, for they come up to the handful of earth, bat
wiu not cross a, tnoagn not a quarter or an inch
high. They wheel around and regain their path
ajain, but never think of retreating to the neat, or
to tho place where they have been stealing. After a
quarter of an hour's confusion and hissing, one may
make a circuit of a foot around the earth, and soon
all follow in that round-about way. When on their
way to attack the abode of the white-ants, the latter
may be observed rushing about in a state of pertur
bation. The black leader?, dimineuisbed from the
rest by their gi eater eiae, especially in the region of
ine sung, tueu seize tne white-ant one by one. and
infikt a sting, which seems to inject a portion of fluid
similar in affect to chloroform, as it renders them in
sensible, but not dead, and only able to move one or
two front fogs. As the leaders toss them on one aide,
the rank and file seize them and carry them off.
One morning I saw a party going forth on what
had "been supposed to be a slave-bun ting expedition.
They came to a stick, which, being enclosed in a
white-ant gallery, I knew contained numbers of this
insect; but I was surprised to see the black soldiers
passing without touching it. I lifted op the stick
and broke a portion of toe gallery, and laid it acnes
the path in the middle of the black regiment. The
whits ants, when uncovered, scampered about with
great celerity, hiding themselves under the leaves,
but attracted little attention from the black marau
ders till one of the leaders caught them, and apply
ing his sting, laid them in an instant on one side in
a state of coma; tho others then promptly seized
them and rushed off. On first observing these ma
rauding insects at Jvolobeog. I bad the idea, imbibed
from a work of no leas authority than Brougham's
Paley, that taey seized the white-ants in order to
make them slaves; but having rescue.! a number of
captives, I placed them aside, and found that they
never recovered from the state of insensibility into
which they had been thrown by the leaders. I sup
posed then that the insensibility bad been caused by
the soldiers holding the necks of the white ants too
tightly with their mandibles, as that is the way they
size them; but even the pups which I took from the
soldier-ants, though placed in a favorable tempera
ture never become developed. In addition to this,
if any one examines the orifice by which the black
ant enters his barracks, he will always find a little
heap of hard heads and legs of wbite-ants, showing
that these black ruffians are a grade lower than
elave-etealers, being actually cannibals. Elsewhere I
have seen a body of them removing their eggs from
a place in which they were likely to be flooded by the
r$in; I calculated their numbers to be 1,260; they
carried their eggs a certain distance, then laid them
down, when others took them and carried them
farther cn- Every ant in the colony seemed to be
emptoyed in this laborious occupation, yet there was
not a white-ant among them One cold morning I
observed a hand of another species of Mack-ant
returning each with a captive; there cculd be no
doubt of their cannibal propensities,' for tbe brutal
soldiery" hid already deprived the white-ants of
tbeir legs.' The fluid in the stings of this species is
of an intensely acid taste. -
!ncasa ur ArsKT There is no consumption or
scrotal, and insanity and bjdrocepbalus are rare.
Cancers and cholera are quite unknown. Small pox
and measles passed through the country about 2U
,ers sgo and committed great ravages. A
ain loathsome d sease, which decimates the North
. mcan Indians and th rem trues extirpation to the
Lttata Sea Islanders, dies out iu the interior of Africa
Without the aid of medicine. It eeems incap
able of perciaoence in any form in persons tS pure
fricnn blood, anywhere u the center of the country.
In prrmsof mixed blood it Li otherwise; and the
virulci.ee if the secondary ymptoai seemed to be,
iu mil the caes that eaiue under my care, in exact
' proportion to the greater or less amount ol European
blood in the patient. Equally unknown is
stone in the biuMe-r and gravel.
Scarcely it the breath out of the body when the
unfortunate patient L harried away to be buried.
On two ocvasions while I was there this hasty
burial was followed by the return home of the men
who bvt been buried alive, to their affrighted rela
tives. Tbe (lkin; statement makes a sad void in our
toetical knowledge. If there was anything that we
did have faith in it was tbe
Majestic roar or the Lion. The silly ostrich
makes a noise as load (as the roar of the lion) yet he
- never was feared by man. To talk of the majestic
roar of the lion is mere majestic twaddle. In my men
tioning this fact some years ago the assertion was
drmbted. so I have been careful ever since to enquire
tbe opinions of the Europeans who have beard both,
if they could detect any difference between tbe roar
of a lion and that of an ostrich; the invariable answer
was that tbey could not vben the animal was at any
distance. The native rt that they can detect a
variation between the commencement of tbe noise of
' -- .
- Ettocsce o.v tbs linxxjc Obigix or TBS Xx
Cjora A 11 the Becbuana and Caffre tribes south
of Zambesi practice circumcision, but tbe rites ob
served are carefully concealed. The initiated alone
.e approach, but C was a spectator of tbe second
part of the ceremony , called "Sechu." Just at tbe
dm of day. a row of boys nearly fourteen years of
. t v i - .
r r33 naxeo in iue zona, eacn oaTicjr a pair oi
'i -- an a shield in his hands. Facing them stood
r 3 rn of the town in a similar state of nudity, all
ux ; J with long thin wands, of a tough, strong supple
Vzr r J moretioa and engaged in a dance named
1 la which questions were put to the boys as,
ilrerd the cattle well?" Will you guard
tj C -? and while the Utter give an affirma
tive ictr'opso the men rush forward to them, and
eaell aim a full-wsiht blow at tbe back of one of tbe
fcoj, TSu.i."ig himadr wua a sandal above his
ir he causes tbe supple wand to descend into his
and every stroke inSoted thus, makes tbe blood
. a , m t . i ,
erssrs on Oi a woona kjou or nnveen incnes long.
At the end of the dance the boys' backs are seamed
wielx wounds and weab. the sear of which remain
throark li-a. This Is intended to harden the young
aaLf-as caJ nresare them for the rank of men. After
this eercrsony and after killing a rhinoceros, tbey
njaT marry a wi.
Ike exposure to danger is tan shown to be pro
. i salve- From auite a loe-r description of the
oesrk!. we take that showing Lia strength of step and
i or nut urrxice. w sen tne ostnea is
.Wir Lia Fwoe b from S) to 22 tachas ; whan walking
Sat act feedzs it is S3 inches; and when terrified, it
o rraea eleven and a half to thirteen and fourteen feet
i Lr v Only in one cave-was I at all satisfied of
-l,l2 to eoont the rite of rpe ed by a atop watch,
liT I es not mistaken there were S3 in 10 seoonda ;
;irj tge eye can no more follow the legs than it
j y CpOXCO fM omagv .mil in m i myr uiinwu.
- . f T tie aiere nwiaber, and 12 feet stride ae tbe
-yf o-t"v a epeed of 23 railea an hoar.
tJT' rrrf L-'acn aJxive tat. and is there&re
j tSoniotite. ;
I A r i7rrzrrr Taxnt. t. Livingston's
' ; I'lJjzz. TXrt-'7 re-publ-Led from the
' "J tit Uirpen, is one of the moat
, I i tt noni times. Amorj many
j f -- '--i in it. ire f.ad an aecoont
- - j ol-iiaj la trite of negroes
c' -r he Lev brat exploring.
.. .r , r- 1 or cted 'Ji the
f 1- Jr'o t- the
the proud woman of all its front teeth. Thus de
spoiled of her most prized beauty, the sable matron
hid herself in shame, and afterward became a tracta
ble and obedient wife. The warriors of the tribe in
council assembled, observed the good results of that
one blow of the chief, and being troubled generally
witn disobedient wives, resolved at once to follow bis
pugilistic example. Each repaired to his home, and
rested not contented until their wives were forcibly
relieved of their front teeth ! The result of this
general infliction, however, was far from being satis
factory. The toothless women became enraged at the
loss of their pea-Iy jewels, and combined against
their lords and roasters, in a general mutiny, which
the warriors were unable to resist. After a period of
serious trouble, peace was restored and a compromise
effected upon the following terms: The husbands
were to immediately extract their front teeth, and
thus deform themeelves, as they had deformed their
wives, and from that day on, all their children were
to suffer the same infliction at the earlieet possible
age. The covenant has been faithfully adhered to,
and the tribe, from custom, now consider teeth an
The Haftt Hoxc Harper & Brothers of New
York have recently published a volume by the well
known author, Kirwan, under the title of "The
Happy Home." To illustrate its style we quote a
paragraph from its pages on :
Tux Early Txaikixo or Chit-dre. The gar
dener takes good of the plants with which he fills
np the beds of his garden. When young and tender
they most need his care. After a given time they
take care of themselves, if protected from vseds and
injury. The beasts of the field, by the instinctive
promptings of nature, with great tenderr.ess and
affection take care of their young. Nothing to which
nature prompts is left un lone; and they will risk
their own life to nourish and defend their off-spring;
and when undisturbed by man, they rear up their
off-spring to the proportions and perfection of which
they are capable And there are reasons to believe
that, in the care of their younir, there is less devia
tion from tbe promptings of instinct among the
beasts of the field or tbe fowls of the air, than among
the parents of our own race, created in the image of
Ood! When men and women become brutes, they
are the worst, and the least excusable of all brutes.
For the proof of this statement, you need not go to
the South Sea cannibals, nor to the infant-killers of
India, nor to the infant deformers of China, nor to
the infant neetecters of Italy or France for proof and
illustration. . You need only to eo into the huts of
ignorance and irreligion, even in our most hiehly
favored communities. That infant in the cradle is
the plant from which the man stows, and before it
chances from the cradle to the couch its mind and
body may receive an impress which they may never
loe. Those nesleetel children who are permitted to
run in the street lone after the hen has collected her
chickens under her wines for the nieht. are liable to
imbibe vicious tastes and habi's which miy never be
corrected; and tho-e children that are decked and
jewelled in the cradle, that appear nn dolls in the
streets, that are marshaled at chMdren's parties.
where they play the eentleman and lady long after
"Th v-for hm row to ft- tvfrt.
And thw Iwa-t has IaM down In fw Isir."
are not very likely to be a sons feown un 'n their
youth, nor as daughters polished after the similitude
of a palace. r
The following new works, which have jnst appear
ed, will hi read with interest :
OrirrvrAi. ad Westers StBERTA. A Narrative of
Seven Years Explorations and Adventures in Siberia.
Mongolia, the Khireis Srepnes. Chinese T-rtsry and
part of Central Asia. By Thomas William Atkinson.
With a Map and Numerous Spirited Illustrations
from Drawing by the Author. 8vo. (uniform with
Dr. Livingston's South Africa.) Muslin S3 00.
Harper & Brothers.
This is another great book of travels, for which
we are indebted to the Harpers. Tbey have added
largely to our stores of useful knowledge by publish
ing Barth and Livingston's 'ravels, and now we
hail this new book as a very valuable and intensely
interesting contribution to our science and literature.
The London Athrntrvm says:
Mr. Atkinson's sketches were made by express per
mission of the late Emperor of Russia during seven
years hunting, sketching, and traveling in the plains
and mountains of Oriental and Western Siberia,
Mongolia, the Khireis Steppes, Chinese Tartary, ami
Central Asia. Perhaps no Enelish artist was ever
before admitted into this enchanted land of history,
or provided with the talisman and amnlet of a gene
ral passport : and well has Mr. Atkinson availed h;m
relf of the privilege. Mr. Atkinr.n encampments
lead ns away into f rests. gorges of mountains, where
the thunder shakes the g-onnd and the lightning
strikes, like God's sword-Made, among the trees
where the Tartars cower in their felt hut, and the
tea-drinkers grow silent round the red logs. Rivers
to swim, torrents to pass, became trifles to this adven
turous traveler, who has brought ns record" of places
never, perhaps, before visited; for no Englishman has
been there no Russian traveler has written of them.
Ttrt? Ot AJtT Jno. or the story of Samson, the He
brew Hercules. By Rev. W. A. Scott, P. D., of San
Francisco. Here we have a California book, printed
and published there, by Whitton, Towne & Co. The
work of Dr. Swrtt is strong, earnest and practical :
great lessons of instruction are drawn from the life of
Samson, and are well impressed by the illustrations
cited, and the forcible style of the writer.
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LE PROGRES T)E L'OCEANIE
IODOB. No. 124. ander th Jurisdirtioa of the Su
preme Council of the Grand Central Lodge of France.
working In the ancient Scotch Kite, holds Its regular
mattings en the Wednesday ncar'st the full moon of each
Moth, at tbe old Lodge R Jn King street.
XT Tlsitinx brethren respectfuHy invited to attend.
August 19. 00-tf n. SKA, Secretary.
DER FANNV MAJOR Cases) tomato ketchup,
m. . t ases cream butar, cases saleraras.
Cases ginger, eases quinces in tins, Ac. Ae.
C. A. H. F. POOR.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
OM THE NEW CROP, FROM THE
For sale by (M-tf) TL HACKTELO A Co.
GREY MERINO UNDERSHIRTS.
GRET MERINO UNDERSHIRTS AND
Drawers for sale low by
. si tf c. a. k tj. r. poob-
ENAMELED SHOES AND GAITERS.
C4SES ENAMELED SHOESt
Do. . . do. Oaiters ; Just rocefved and tor
FIREWOOD. t ...
A CORD far rood lire Wood, on the landing,
near tbe Custom House. Apply to
C. A. k H. F. POOR.
"sArt JOIST, bard P!iie Plank for ship carpenter's use
W lilt tnco.
or sale by
CHAS. RRXWER, 2n
"J COrn OTHTKM. OLIVE OIL,
i -a, hs-s, Uoabeo batter, sajeratus,
t kaafla kega for busily use, cheese, sacks Bear,
' ' On haad aad for tale by
. l J ." A. P. FTXRITT.
GILSIAT? & CO.,
LAIIAINA, MAUI. ,
A RTB NOW RKCEIVIHO. PESl LATE AR
JZA. RIVALS, a Utkc stock of
Which tbey offer for tale at lowert price.
New Pilot Bread, New Havy Bread,
Eastern Flow, California Xlour.
Corn meal, American meaa Beef,
Bice, American mew Pern-
Of different brands, warranted.
So. 1 brown tnitar, No. 2 brown sugar,
No. . motaMeea, mack tea, sreen tea,
.Preoerred peaches. Preserved quinces,
American butter, Ptvs'ed pie fruits,
Kima coffee and Hllo coffee,
AssM meats, dams,
Cases cracker, oysters, crn, peas, etc., etc
Frefh Island-crwn beans, larze flat M Lima." beans.
thnall white Mbotnen beans, long speckled "California" beans.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Heavy leather boots, do brosans, line boots, lined bronns.
Half boots, fine brogans, buckskins, slippers, Ac
PAINTS, OIL, &c.
Pore white lead, No. 1 do, black paint, green do,
Prussian blue, chrome yellow, verdigris, linseed oil.
Bright varnish, block do, copal do, spirits turpentine,
Coal tar, lamp black, paint brushes, sash tool brushes,
Assorted numbers cotton duck, heavy Haven's duck,
light Raven's duck.
An assortment of fine clothing, pants, shirts, socks, cravats.
under shirts, handkerchiefs, ie.
Lances, harpoons, ig irons, one-flued irons,
Bomb lances, whaling guns, Ac.
A constant supply of new Irish potatoes, new sweet potatoes.
onions, pumpkins, always on hand in shipping season, and sup
plied at short notice.
XT Together with a general and full asvortment of merchan
dise usually found in a Ship Chandlery establishment.
Labaina Sept- 2. so-tr
CAPT. ROBERT BROWNS
wiiamxg r.rx, patent bomb lances
AND GUN HARPOONS.
AFTER Afe.VER.4L. YEARS LABOR A NO
rxvrinwnting upon whales, on the whaling ground, with
hi anitius combined with the advantages ot being a practical
wiutlt-nian. the Patentee has been enabled to obtain an instru
ment iu form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective
ness cantM be excelled.
Tlie alU-ntion of Affents aitd Officers of whato-ehips is called
to the following testimonials.
Sas FBAJtrtsco, January 10, 1866.
Crr. tt. Krowx Sir . I take this opportunity to inform
you th:it used thos- Bomb Lances we bouirht of you, and
found them to be of great oe.-etlt in capturing whales amongst
The fiirt wh.-l t" twen-vl the Bomb Lance on was killed
In the following tnaa-er The boat went aloiiile of the s liale
and the ltt-te:rer fired a Bomb into him a. d then fintervtl to
him with a iir irou: the Bomb was hennl to explode, and the
whale did ti bkw after the IJomb exploded. The aliove-men-tiied
whale was in the ice, and it is our opinion that we should
not have got that whole and many others that we did g'-t, if it
hid I been for your Bomb Lancru, and we fully recommend
thuni to the attention of those fitting out whale slu.
Thomas Wall, Master bark George.
Hosoi.i-lc, March 17, 18fl.
Caft. Robert Brows My dear Sir: I used your Bomb
Law- in taking a whale, north, the past season, which made
230 blU. of oil. We never could have taken him without said
Lannea, as our boats coultnot get near euough to use the -com
mon hand lance.
O. L. Cox, Master whale-ship JVaynoia.
Hosioi.rLC, March 15, 1H56.
Capt. Robert Brows Dear Sir : I take this opportunity
to inform yr.a that I used yur Bombs on the royae in the ship
Herald, and found them effective in taking whales, and would
recommend tbem to all whalemen, ami especially around the ice.
I also used tbe harpoon and got most of the whales by your
Quns and apparatus.
Isaac Allkx, Master ship Herald.
Other testimonials can be seen by calling on the undersigned.
I Agents, who have the Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoons fur
14-tf R. COADY & CO., Honolulu.
To tbe Ownrm. and Person interelel 1st
Whaleships in the Pacific Ocean.
OrricB or thk Paxax a Kil-Koai CovrAsv,
Nkw Vobk. July 20, 1357. i
? Tbe Panama Rail-ltoail Company takrs this methuil
of InfurmiiiR lli'-sc interrotnl iu the whalmir buti
ness, rf the aftrantairvs olf -ml by the Railroad
a'T!rwie Itbmus f Panama, for the !hinmeut of
Oil from the Hxcilic to the United 8tat.-s, aud for sending out
fits and snpplM-s from the United ftat to pjiiama.
The Railroad has been in regular and surtmsful fiperation for
more than two years, and Its rapacity for ti e tr-insimrtaiion of
every description of merchandise, inrludins; Oil, Provisions, Ac,
has b-ti fully testnl The attention of wveral Captains of
whaleshls has rx-centlv lwn tunnel to the subject of shipping !
their oil from Panama to York during the present tramn, j
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements !
to aff.ird every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important object. A Pier, 50 feet lone, has !
been built in the bsy of Panama, to the end of which Freight :
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying j
alongside, and deliver the same alongside of vessels at Aspiu- j
wall. Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with '
saf-ty, grounding in the mud at low water. j
The vessels t and from A.pinwall are fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company is pre- j
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New Tork,
under thrh Bill of m l i n x at the rate of seven
cents per gallon, if received at the Pier, and eight cents er gal- j
j Ion if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, charging for j
! the capacity of the casks, w ithout allowing for wantage. For )
I whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge t
I covers every expense from Panama to e xork, In case
the oil i, sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
i of the Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance excepted. The
' freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of tbe shipper.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
1 the arcrage passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
' twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus is
' four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will be
i covered with canvas, or conveyed In covered cars, and owners
i may be assured that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
! Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest loss.
Oil or other goods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to V i 1 1 in ns
Neln. Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
TT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Ilono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, and is preparMl to furnish every requisite
information to shippers.
JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
FbKDERIC L. IIA5KS,
Agent Panama R. B. Co., Honolulu 8. 1. 64-12ra
OP WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality cart he had at Koloa at
$ b p crd ; fresh beef at 4 ceuts i-r lb ; sheep, at $3 per head ;
and koats at $1 50 head. Also at the port of lianalei, wood and
beef can he had at tbe same rate. The Harbor of lianalei is on
the North West side of the island, and has saft and good an
chornge in from 6 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also he had at Nawiliwili at the same rate as above. Also frniji
and vegetables of various kinils can be procured at all the above
X j Vod always on hand at the beach in ouantities to suit
purchasers. (64-tf) G.EORGE CHARM AN.
To Whalemen !
GW. MACY would respectfully solicit the same pa
e tronage hereto re enjoyed by the old firm of Macy ft
Law, at the established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will he found at all times a good supply
of Krrf, Mulln. l'ar'i. Pwallry, aud also the cele
brated K A W A 1 11 A K P T AT0E3.
The aimve articles can lie furnished at the lowest rates, acd in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will lie warranted o keep in any climate.
JI No charge made on inter-island exchange.
Ti-tt O. W. MACY.
TO SEAMEN AND STR..NGERS.
TH E Undersigned is prepared to receive moneys, or valua
hie articles of small bulk, on deposit in his vault in the Post
Office Building, (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Government
as the Treasury.) These vaults are considered fireproof, and are
safer than any other In Honolulu. Strangers visiting the Islands,
and seamen or officers going to sea, and wishing to deposit coin.
valuable papers, or other articles, rturin,; their absence, will And
this deposit an accommodation to them. When sums of money
are left lor a term of twelve months, or longer, they can be in
vested or not, at the option of the depositor, and interest on the
deposit secured. A receipt will be given for all sums or valua
Dies deposited. H. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, Oct. 1857. 70-tf
C. BRAND'S WHALING GUNS.
C. Brand's Bomb Lances, No. 1;
Do do do do
Greener's Whaling Guns;
Do Lances and Harpoons.
M-tf For sale by A
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
BEERS. WINES AND SPIRITS Consisting
partly of the following articles, will be found at the store
Of G. RHODES, near the Post Office i
Champagne, of different brandet
Hocks, of superior quality;
Seutrroea, of superior quality;
Fine Sherries; fine Port;
Bitters, various brands; '
Clarets, of various brands aai qualities;
AU the favorite brands of Ale, iu Tiitt and onarta:
Brandy, Gin and Monongahela W hisky, in lam or small
Absyntne; a jc Hum, uc c 73f
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
mjEW ENGLISH ANCHORS, FROM
11 to xoAipounas;
Mew English Stud and Shackle Chain Cables, 1 1-18 to 1) Inch
84-tf ror sale By A. J. CART WRIGHT
faAABIAWAIMEA PICKLED BEEF,
kj 9 U in Liverpool and Turks' Island salt, and warranted
to keep two yean in any c!
For sale by
A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
THE HAWAIIAN FLOUR COUPANT
Oder for sale, floor frosa this year's orop, now oomlog in.
J. M. M. JfAJUUULU Agent M. r.
Over B. W. Tiokl's.
Jaly 1A, 1U7.
ThAK, ASH AND HICKORY PLAZni.FCA
PER SHIP FOBTCNA,
the fniiowing Merchandias, vis .
AND FOB. SALE,
BMs HaxaU floor,
Bales Congress ticks.
- Prime pork,
Casks navy bread,
Case assorted crackers,
Bbls and kegs old Buoiboa
Cases refined lard.
Hf boxes loaf sugar,
Hf bbls crashed sugar,
Bbls butter, in kegs.
Boxes Knglish dairy cheese,
Boxes Knglish dairy cheese,
Hfbbls dried apples.
Bags table salt,
Cases hf-lb lumps tobacco,
Coils Manila whale line.
Case scarlet flannel shirts, -M
blue flannel shirts,
w denim Crocks and over
alls. w r town cottons,
Cases blue drills,
" Boston denims,
u green corn,
" green peas,
" clams, .
u assorted meats,
" raspberry Jam, .
u preserved strawberries
" preserved gooseberries,
w apple palp, -
" Verdale olives,
Bbls eider vinegar.
Cases batter crackers, .
44 wine crackers,
" oyster crackers,
44 soda crackers.
Charcoal irons, hooks and thimbles.
Sister hooks, cotton sail twine, log lines,
Long handled tar brushes.
Topsail sheet shackles, hemp cod lines.
Linen fish lines, brass dish candlesticks.
Heavy gate hinges, bags shot.
Riding saddles, seamen's stout brogans,
Kega iron sheathing nails,
Rolls sheet lead, kegs boat nails.
Coils warm line, bees' wax,
Coils houseline and marline,
American ensigns, whalers' cutting-falls,
Coils ratline, nests Hlngham backets,
Kegs cut nails. Wilder1 iron safes,
Bbls pitch, bbls tar.
10, 12, 16, IT, 18, 22 feet oars.
Cans Dupoot's powder,
Kegs cannon powder.
Hunt's handled axes.
Mo. 3 Roger William stoves.
No. 4 Roger William stoves,
No. 4 camtxyses,
Paa regatta shirts,
White drilling pants.
White Marseilles rests,
White drill frocks,
Bale blue flannel,
Cases blue cottons,
44 blue prints,
44 pink prints,
44 orange prints,
44 Suffolk bleached drills,
Boxes corn starch,
Kegs sp'it peas,
Cases Stilton cheese,
For sale by
J. C. 8PALDIKG.
By the Agent Hudson's Bay Company.
TINMAN'S IRON WIRE, assorted sixes s .
Fencing wire, linseed oil, lurpeutine, white lead ;
Black paint, green paint. Stockholm tar, pitch ;
Groceries, perfumery, stationery ;
Ofcheatliing copper, a&iorted sizes ; composition nail, do ;
Anchors and chains, ist Ibelowral uinrkrt rates
i ' Iron, assorted sizes ; bair brushes, blue cloth caps
Assorted clothing, spunyarn, ratline ;
AsMirted cordage, tarred ami Manila ;
Stilton cheese, hums, Byass' ale. sherry, port, brandy ;
Oeneva sauce, preserved meats and vegetables 5
Aberntthy's biscuits, Lemaun's biscuits.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERY,
Including fittings and trimming of all descriptions for carriages
EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARE.
Canvass of all Nos., huckabacks, stockings and hose ;
Green, blue anil white bliinkets ;
Long Cloth, vnri n qualities : luadapolams ;
Brown cotton, blue inriuts, mourning prints, muslins ,
Crinoline, real cloth ; thread of all kinds, cotton drill (
Linen drill, cambric handerchi-fs, silk do, book muslin ;
Victoria lawn, jon-t, black Orleans, do Alpacca;
Black princetta, do laoting, silk unibrt-llas, cotton do .
Alcra umbri'lliis, riblioiis, lil.wk luce mitts, black silk ;
Whit- iik, barege scurfs, bnnd cloth ;
Silk mantles, new styles t corils aud tassels ;
Woolen plaid for children's dresses ; towels, laoe falls ;
Whtte vesting ; green, white, blue and amber lenos ;
Blue flannel, printed and plain barege
Gold lace, i to li inch ; cutnbs, Hc.,.kc, &c.
CANDLES, iu great variety. 82-tf
TIN AND COPPER SMITH,
IS PR EPA RED TO EXECUTE ALL KINDS
of work in his l.ue, promptly, cheaply and neatly.
XT Ships' work executej at the shortest notice, aud satisfac
tion guaranteed. 9'-4im
GAIIPENTER A Tt BUILDER,
Fort street, opposite the store of Samsin? & Co.
A LL WORK in his line done with dispatch aud at the
2m. lowest possible rates.
Jobbing done at short notice.
XT Call and see. 77-1 y
EX "GOLDEN STATE."
rTrUIE ENTIRE CARGO OP LUMBER RE-
Jl cently arrival by the alove sch-r'r from llumbohlt, con
sisting in part as follows :
G SI l.Inch Northivest Hoards;
y l'lnrli Redwood do;
' 37 M Ncaiitlins, nttsorted sizes.
?S-tf For salu by OKO. O. HOWE.
, PER FANNY MAJOR."
CASES PATENT LEATHER GLOVE TOP
Cases patent lnth"r drab top Congress gaiters;
Cases Oxfonl ties;
'ases women's enameled boots;
Cases woineti's fancy buskins;
Cases children's foxed fancy boots.
8-tf Just received and for sale by C. A. & n. F. PO0B
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, &c.
PERIOR CHAMPAGNE, "BRUCII,
Fourher & Co.:" ile sherry, hock, clarets of different
brands. French liqueurs, (assorted.) Swiss alwynthe, Hamburgh
bitters, fruit syru. (assorted.) cherry c nliuls, raplierry vin
egar, gin, real Holland, dark and pale br.inilv. schnapps, pale
ale. For sale by (Sd-tf) KKI LL i MOLL.
FSIIIE CARGO OF
S A I. E !
THE CHILIAN BARK
M. " Alexandro Oarrigos,'
Una Slrniu Coa In.
I- II. A NTH ON,
Or to J. C. 8PAVI.UINO.
WOMEN'S GAITERS. BUSKINS, SHOES?
Corded Linen i'anti;
Fancy do do;
Just received per Yankee, ami for sale by
U5-tf C. A. & H. F. POOR.
JENNY L!ND CAKES AND WATER
A USO ADAMANTINE CANDLES;
California Cheese, etc, etc, etc.
b-tf Just received and for sale by C. A. & H. F. POOR.
RICE! RICE! RICE
ItfAMLA AND JAPAN RICE For sale by
1"J. B4-tf B. W. FIELD.
CORDAGE For sale
B. W. KiKLD.
FINE TEAS For ile by
B. W. FIELD.
HANGING AND SOLAR LAHJPS
B. W FiKLIt.
WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS
FOR ALE Ul
H. M. WHITNEY.
RUNNING FT.OF4H. WORK.
ed 1'lue Gutter for sale, ex l.llza k -.lla."
C. H. LEWERS.
A SUPERIOR LOT OF HOARDS sad CLAP-
BOARbd, far sale by
C. n. LEWERS.
Half boxes Raisins,
For sale by
T. MOBSMAN & SON.
WELL MADE BOOTS AND SHOES
for Children, for sale at
86-tf Yoa HOLT tt HEUCK'S.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
SUPERIOR CALFSKIN SEWED BOOTS
SHOES, for sale by
Ton HOLT & HEUCK.
mjAVT BILLS & WHALER'S BILLS taken
the lowest rates by
July 1, 1-tf
ROBERT C. J ANION.
QAK BOATS. lO,
11, 12. 13 i
For sale by
t 14 ft.,
SPLENDID CONFECTIONERY For sale by
J. M. SMITH ft CO.,
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets.
PATENT SPRING BEDS Made to order by
CHAS. W. FOX, Cabinet Maker,
79-tf Hotel street,
NE HORSE CART,
For sale by
BCRTON ALE, in hogsheads, for tale by
Honolulu July 1, 1856-tf ROBERT C. J ANION.
CJAX FRANCISCO PILOT BREAD In cases,
ror sate Dy
A. J. CARTWRIGHT
m'.YO NEW TORK DRATS, complete,
M. x sets luttnai lor o.
For tale by
rrvNULISH, French, German, and Chinese silks.
m2J complete assortment ever offered. For sale by
rfuiy a, i-u
ROBERT C. J ANION.
V lTnOGRAPHIC PRESS, complete,
SLi For sale bv
.. a. p. evBLpy.
WHITEWOOD BOARDS, .
. for sale by
W-tf ' CHAS. BRKWra, te3
CAD PIPAsaorted eiste-fcr sals by
OFFEns FOR KALE, AT III STORE,
A VERY EXTENSIVE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
CONSISTING OF A
PAINTS AND OILS, ;
AN ASSORTMENT OF
Wool, Goat Skins, Hides,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALDiyQ.
THE HIGHEST MARKET FBltE viu dc
allowed by the subscriber for clean
SALTED BULLOCK H1UKS,
delivered at his premises iu Fort-street.
OUGHT AS BEFORE. AT THE HIGH
EST CASH MARKET TltlCE, by
GRAZIERS AND B7TCHERS,
ATT ENTION I The undersiftued offers the highest can
market rates for the above articles, deliverable at Honolulu
or any of the ports of the Islands.
Without Interest, will be made to those who desire, and con
tracts will be made for any length of time.
K. r. AUA91B.
45 OIGoe corner of Queen and kaahunutnu sta., up stairs.
UITS0 & HART,
Wl-NES AND SPIRITS,
A X THE OLD WINE STORE, under A.J
JlL. Cartwritrht's, offer for sale :
lirari.lv iu kegs and barrel?;
Jtrandy, Tailed Vineyard Proprietors;
Kuui in ke.;
Jamaica Kuin In caaea;
(ienuine old Scotch whisky, in 1 dos cases;
Monongahela whisky, in barrels and kegs,
Fine old Monongahela whisky, in one dos cases,
Hollands gin in cases;
Scheiiluin gin in cases;
Wolfe's Scheidam schnapps;
Claret, of different brands;
C'hauipugne, pirts aud quurts, different brands;
Sherries, pale and browu;
Fine old port;
Iiyass' and other brands of ale;
Shis, Stwrea, duty free. 37
I1KR SHIP "JOHN GILPIN," AND FOR
M. SALK Y J. C. Sl'ALDINO
10, 12, 13, 10, 17, Is, -21, 22, 23, 24 feet 0AR3
lioxes cluiinpaiue cider ;
Boxes preserved muats, assorted. In 21b tins ,
Boxes preserved clams, in lib tins t
Boxes preserved oysters, iu lib tins ;
Boxes preserved mince meat, iu 21b tins ,
Bbls. Carolina rice ;
Bbls. Vinegar ;
Tierces Hums :
Bbls. old U ourbon whisky
Cases spirits of turieutiue ;
Cases alcohol,-in tins ;
Kegs pure ground lead ;
Cases blue sheetings ;
Cases paints, viz : Prussian blue, chrome yellow
Chrome green, Vermillion red. Freuch blue,
Rolls pump ami rigging leather.
Honolulu, Aug 26, 185".
milE UNDERSIGNEO OFFERS FOR BALE
M. ir ELIZA ELLA," from Bostou, the following splen
did assortment of Stationery, Blank Bot ks, ana iwrs uruuure,
3, 4, 5 and 6 quire Journals, various bindings;
3, 4, 6 aud 6 quire Ledgers, do do:
a, 4, 5 and quire Record Books;
a, 4, 5 ami 6 quire Pay Books;
3, 4, 5 aud 8 quire Log Hooks;
Assorted cargo books; Assorted tuck mem. hooks;
do tuck diaries nod almanacs, for 185$;
do writing books, with aud without copies;
do cap ledger indices; assorted letter liooks;
200 reams letter, cap and note paper;
10 do bill and account current paper;
100,000 buff and while envelopes, of all sizes;
2,000 parchment and cloth envelopes, of all sises;
A great variety of blank nines, drafts and hills of lading;
Bowiliteh's Navigator; Expeditious Calculator;
Nautical Almanac, fur 185'J; 100 gross steel pens;
Uutta percha liens a new article; copying brushes;
Assorted red tape; red, fancy and black sealiug wax;
Boxes assorted gummed seals; patent ink erasers;
Patent pencil flhariieners; patent traveling ink stands;
Flat, round ar.l octagou rulers; tin cash trays;
LuMn's. Faher'sand Roiies' lead pencils'; tin wafer cups;
! 26 gross red. blue and black inks; assorted copying inks;
Assorted oortfolios. choice article; assoneo ivory paper iwim.
do pen holders. Various patterns; pen racks; letter clips;
do paper weights; assorted inKstanusi uununiuacnj
do mottled and plain linen twine;
do slates, small toy and school;
An hunker wallets, for notes and bills;
A few gross ol real Allta pens; ladies' smalt sired letter paper;
Italian ouice dek nones; caniei nair n-iu, r-
11. M. HIT NET.
HER JOHN GILPIN FROM BOSTON,
JL to arrive :
Hnie browu cotton, do denims, do Jied-ticking,
Sales bhie drill and blue cotton, M liiien-liosoin shirts.
White and blue cotton thread, kip hnigans, goat do,
Calf brogaus, women's shoes, asstil blank bo-iks, Ac.,
Patent charcoal irons, palm leaf hats, out nails, white lead,
Soiled linser-U oil, spirits of turientiiie, celestial blue,
Chron.e green and chrome yellow, Prussian blue,
Fhoe blacking, dried apples, ch - se, hams, water crackers,
Loar and crushed sugar, soda and butter crackers,
Soxes nisiuit, do tolwo co, etc., etc., etc.
62 tf For sale by H. HACKFELD. ;
PRUNES. II GLASSES AND BOTTLES.
Sardines In i and boxes,
Stearine Candles, Salad Oil, demijohns Vinegar,
Assorted Pickles, Mustard, Pie Fruits,
Caiiers, Peppermint liosenges. Rocks and Drops,
Picnic Biscuits. Afnccaroni, Singapore black Pepper,
Sa;:o, in bottles, Swiss Cheese,
Westphalia Hams, Sausages.
For sale by
6Wf HvHACKFELD b CO.
AAA ROLLS HOUSE PAPER, varlon
JL vfvf" patterns and styles.
Rolls bordering, cords and tassels.
Window shades and brackets, picture cords,
Feather dusters, curtain pins, Ac, Ac
For sale by
65tf A. P. EVERETT.
IX. C. ORAIIAitX,
COOPER AND G AUGER.
rpHE OVERSIGNED having recently purchased the
X Co" perage formerly occupied by C. H. Butler, corner of
Queen aud Fort streets, is now prepare! to execute with dispatch
all orders that he may be tavorexl witn attneanove named place
or at his Old Stand, opposite the u Royal Hotel."
Ship Agents aud Masters are respectfully invited to call and
examine his large and desirable assortment of Casks. Barrels,
N. B. 4000 barrels casks on band and for tale on the most.
reasonable terms. v . eo-tf
SHIPSMTTU AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
WOULD RETURN HIS THANKS FOR
former patronage received while at bis old ahon. oddo.
site the Custom House, and at the same time notify Bhinmaatera
ami the public generally, that he has taken the stand adjoining;
Messrs. Brats A Earns, shipwrights, formerly occupied bv
Captain Brown, where he is prepared to execute all kinds of
wont in tus line on the nuat reasonable terms, la a workman-
uac manner, ana witn aispaicn. 7B-ti
WM. MAXWELL having this day purchased the
interest of H. Hanky In tne above establishment, wiU con
tinue the business under the same style hi the same locality on
King street, opposite the new store of J. T. Waterhoose, where
ae wui enoeavor to give saosaeuon to taoae who may favor him
with their custom. . , -
N. B. - Attention will be paid to the selection of stock, so that
uicmi (iwyi; am dij oe Rua.01
' XT Orders punctually attended to, and delivered to any part
ol the city within two miles, free of extra charge. 47-tf.
COOKING STOVES, 1KD OSD CABOOS2.
. ors'by -
OO CCQ9 nio& PC
ON FORT AND MERCXIANT STREETS,
LARGE ASSOBTBfKNT OF
- .13. piTiaAwr,
BYRON'S BAY, HILO, HAWAII,
YS NOW RECEIVING. PER LATE ARRI-
JL val. and will continue to be supplied with a large stock of
. ; sniP CHANDLERY, .
' , GROCERIES, Ac, Vc.
Which he offers for sale at the lowest prices.
; . V , COMSTSSTLT 0 HAHO l ,
Navy and pilot bread, Eastern flour,
' Hawaiian flour, American beef,
American pork, Hawaiian pork,
.- Brown and white sugar. Crackers, asa'd,
: Hawaiian beef, different brands, Feaa. corn, beans,
8rup and molasses Preserved meats, '
Oysters and clams, coffee, tea, rice, dried beans, Preserved fruits,
Boots and Shoes.
. - Heavy boots and brogans, lined brogans, calf boots.
uxnra ties, DucKSKlns, slippers, Ac, He.
' - Clothing.
A complete assortment of fine and heavy Clothing, such as
Pants, sacks, linen and cotton shirts, undershirts, .
Hocks. craTHts, handkerchiefs, woolen trowsers,
Woolen shirts, hickory shirts, pea Jackets, drawers.
Denim frocks and overalls, Guernsey frocks,
Scotch caps, mittens, 4c , Ac, Ac.
Dock, Cordage, &c.
Assorted numbers of cotton d uck.
Assorted S'zes of Manila and hemp cordage.
Whale line, spun yarn, worm line, .
Heavy and light raven's duck.
Hemp canvas, hemp and cotton twine,
Houseline, marline, oakum.
Sail needles and palms.
Beeswax, Ac. He
Also, Yellow Metal and Composition Nails.
Piiiuts, Oils, &c.
Pure lead, extra and No. 1 ; black, green, yellow and red paints
Celestial green and blue,
Linseed oil, - 0
I oal tar,
Bright and copal varnish,
Anchors and chains, boat anchor, anehor stocks, iron poles
Uars an l paihlles, timber and boarils, pulu mattresses,
Firewood, cut and wrought nails, tobacco,
Cigars, pipes, soap, vinegar, butter,
Cheese, pickles, hams, lard,
Also, a complete assortment of
, a su
ware, Hardware, &c.
A constant supply of Irish and Sweet Patatara and
Fresh le-ef always on hand during the Shipping Season,
and supplied at short notice.
N. B. Arrangements have been made for one or more vessels
to take freight from this port for the bill of 1868. 82-100
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND SNUFFS!
J STEWARD respectfully iuforms his friends, and the
public generally, that he has now on hand an extensive
assortment of the above articles, nil of the choicest brands.
He will always have on sale as complete a stuck a is procurable
in the market He offers the following articles, all of the first
quality, on reasonable terms :
J. Pathicx A Cn.'d Diamond P.,
N ATI's a L Leaf,
Lkt Hbb Rip,
AfANTLA ClRARS, No. 2, TWIST BSTOS,
HAViNSA Cigars, faSCT boxes
Fasct Pipes, Ac- Ac.
A crneral aiswrtmrat ef Greeerir
XT Hotel Street, near the French Hotel. 53-tf
A X THE OLD LIMBER 1 AK I Just re-
cei ved, ex Fortui ia, the best assortment of Eastern Lum
ber ever imported, consisting of
15,000 feet assorted white oak plank, for Ship Carpenters1
anil Wheelwrights' use.
20.000 feet white pine sheathing hoards, t inch thick.
15.000 feet yellow pine li to 1J inch plank, for heading and
20,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine boards, parallel widths,
planed on one side.
6,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine shelving, planed oo both
4:1.000 feet assorted dimension plank, li to 2 inch.
100.000 best Arooetuk shaved cedar shingles.
25,000 best laths.
Aud a variety of building materials.
0. H. LEWERS, Lumber Merchant.
67 Fort street.
BOOKS ! !
9 BIRl" from Boston.
1000 Parker's Primers,
600 do. Word Builders,
100 do. First Reader,
100 Price's Spelling Book,
250 Monteith's First Lessons in Geography,
200 do. Manual of do.
100 McN ally's Geography,
100 Davie's Primary Arithmetic,
60 Parker's Juvenile Philosophy,
20 do. First Lessous in Philosophy,
Clark's Elements of Drawing.
Lardner'g Steam Kngiue,
Fulton A Eastman's Book Keeping,
Juvenile Choir by Bradbury,
Lectures on Arts and Sciences,
Plymouth Coil. Hymns and Tunes,
Silliman's Travels in Europe, i vols.
24-30 H. M. WHITNEY.
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds.
TO ARRIVE PER "ELIZA & ELLA,
Okfk DOORS, assorted sixes, with mouldings
9 VF aF raised panel.
SO Saah Doora. assorted sixes.
300 pair Wiwdaw Snah, assorted
2 HO da Vliadiuwithaiid without swiv
Selected expressly for this market, and for -Jr by
87-tf U- ..TS . HOWE.
EUV ELITat ELLA.' A SELECTED
askoen , ' astern Lumber, consisting of
xelloWi. -PtlS, nuikea.
rictus " jueiliiig, a superior article for House and
Shingles, Laths, and a general assort'
fvuK ro -i a i z. tvi a lo, seioeteo oy trie undersigned
C. H. LEWEHS.
K AGS ! !
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
purchase Rags, in any quantity, in trade or for eath.
For clean and picked white cotton or linen rags, 3 cents per
pound will be paid. F t colored cotton or liuen rags, 2 cents
per pound. No rags will be purchased unless well cleaned and
merchantable. Woolen rags not wanted. Persons residing on
the other Islands can send rag bales to Honolulu by schoon
er, consigned to the subscriber, and care will be taken of their
packages. 6V78 , H. M. WHITNEY.
ALL THE POPULAR EDITIONS OF TniS
valuable text book for sale, vis-. School, High School, Uni
versity, Counting House, octavo and quarto editions.
" sale by H. 51. WHITNEY.
STORAGE FOR 400 TO SOO TONS heavy or
light goods, on the premises of the undersigned
B. F. 8N0W.
BALM OP THOUSAND FLOWERS
For sale by
J. M. SMITH A CO-
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets.
LOG BOOKS, Memorandum Books, Ac.
ment Just received, and for sale by
A large assort
H. M. WHITNEY.
HAWAIIAN PHRASE BOOKS
EJH1R SALE BY THE DOZEN, ar SINGLE
$4 per dosea t M cents per copy.
H. M. WHITNEY.
1 CHINA RICE,
For sale by
V GLASSES, for sale by
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;: C. JL. ntCHARDa
a. wvasaosaisi jv a
Naval Starr. ,
mti atacxera, oozes eoansn, 0xra tofasvecd.
Boxes rmlslus, bo- seas, boxes candles.
Boxes Bristol brick, vermiceUL macarrenL
BMs rid cider vinegar, cases assorted syrnpa.
Cases Lobs' r. r- "berry Urn. ouiocea.
Cases str " .-ryj r aberrfjrm,
Cases app m "ac .a, e-rr t jefly.
Cases strained boo. , t -Uaii
: Cseea cheese, tamaR. I, . , .
Caeea pepper aauna, r -,',,' ' -
Kega split Dam, li . -
Kegs eastern bottv, , , - . ,
, Para bttckwbaat. i..aw : " v
. lint UaxaU floor, . . . t .
loves iwooked salmon, t J,
JbrraaUeraAa,Mida,fiea -..... ..- ;
KaxeirroanpepryY,aL' a, v. . .
Boxes cassia, ringer, rata. ,J, . -v
Half hbto dried apptaa, cnuoed sowar, arawM aagM,
Baskets olive oil drums flea, Carolina rtea,
Casea water, toda, butter and sugar cracker, "
Cases ginger snaps, senny Lind cakes, ...
Cases brandy peaches, brandy cheirka, . .
Cases assorted pie frniu, assort PneatSi - r
Cases oysters, pickles, sardines, pruowt, ti'
Chests tea, kega pickles, - A .
u'aaea yeast powders, pineapple, wboith&s-.
Cans boiled Unseed oiL
Spirits f open tine, '
Casks composition nails,
Coils Manila rope, ass'd sizes,
Tarred rope, ,.
W bale line.
Bbls bright varnfaa,- .
Bbls coal tar, . . ':
Bales oakum, - -Cask
cat nails, .
Coils marline, . .
seisiiur etas'. -"
Iur I in ....
Ieep sea lines,
Prime pork. ' v
Bbls navy bread.
Octaves fine brandy. In bonds
Kegs old Saaerac brandy, in bond;
Kegs Otard, Dupuy A Co. brandy, In bond;
Bbls old Monongahela whisky, in bond;
Bbls old Magnolia whisky. In bond;
Kegs old Magnolia whisky, in bond;
Kegs old Bourbon whisky, in bond; -
Cases Geneva gin, in bond; "
Fine Port wine, expressly for family nset
Fine Sherry, Fine SaeT
Fine Claret, Fine Hock.
Cases ale and porter. Bitters,
Baskets champagne, Demijohns Ac, ic , A
3NT 3E3 "TTV
AMBROT7PE G AIaIiER'!
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully announce
to the inhabitants of Honolulu ami the nublic nwnii.
that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied by Mr. BeiuoiJ
over the Printiug Olfice of the CommercuU Advertiser, where he
at isutv ii-.Htiki av mav
PICTURES ON GLASS AND PAPER,
Known as the Pateut Arabrotypes and Photographs.
Having recently arrived from the United States, with go4
Instruments ami a new and extensive assortment of stock, be
feels confident that he can give entire satisfaction to those who
favor him with their ngu-onage.
N. B. Pictures putVp in a VARIETY OF STYLES, to suit
MS OPEN from 9, A. M. to 12. M.. and frost 1
-M. , .
-tf W F. HOW LAND.
HONOLULU ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER,
UNDER DISPENSATION OF THE
GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER OF
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA,
Will bold the Regular Meetings on the third Thursdav of
every month, at the Hall of the Lodge,
M I A I-A A I'I I
a lUICS UC. 1 UtldUlta
O. H. P.
GRIXBAl'M Si, CO. have just opened, at their new
store, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, the most can.
plete assortment of new and
. FASHIONABLE GOODS
Ever imported to th-e islands. The assortment comnrik
all the most recei't styles of ..
CLOTHING. HATS, SHOES, fcc
Together with every description of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Our friends and the public are invited to call and examine.
H. H ACKFELD & CO.,
OFFER FOR SALE Ex "Jenny Ford" and
60,000 scantling, 3x4, 10.000 scautling, 8x8,
30.000 scanUing, 3x3, 7,000 scant ing, 4x4,
4,000 scantUng, 4x6, 7,000 scant lug 6x5, ,
1,000 scantling, 5x6, 14.000 scantling, ix.l,
28,000 sciiiiUing, 2x4, 12,000 scautiing, 2x6,
' 1,000 puuk, 3x8 2,000 plauk, SxV,
20,000 plunk, 3x10,
Windows, 7x9, W iudows, 8x10.
71-tf Masts ass Saara, all !
PER SHIP HARRIET AND JESS IE
Cases fresh oysters, 1-tb cans,
Fresh codtish, 2-tb cans,
Fresh lobsters, 2-lb cant 4
Wormwood b liters,
baskets champagne, extra quality,
. For sale by
Honolulu, August 12, 185T.
PALE AND GOLDEN SHERRIES AN
IIST RECEIVED, per G J MB IJ, from Tnk
i9 worth A Co., London, an Invoice ol London bottled
Viaa Srra d Xrrrs l la Froalcra." v
ALSO, on haixl, a small quantity of the well-known geor
frrwn rW Mina lknrl.sti Mmtsa fitk a1e hv
41 tf ED. HOFFSCULAEUER A STAPEJi
PIANOS t PIANOS t PIANOS I V
s7 TiitT rcrrnRiTKn m a vit
CHICKERING & CO.
RAVEN, BACON & CO.
" The undersigned can funiih superiiijfcfl instruments of '1
the above makers, through MMrasniljtr Si, MadrjHA' (
brrjirr. Sole Agexts for thaJJproc coast. .'"C ,
Plaus and styles can our olfice. Orders S'iUc. n -
00-tf v. A. ji jr. lUUK.
r m ' r :
vftTJfl BSCRIBER IS CONSTANTLY
from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
nif ra," -v
and Na 1"
iVhite lead, pronnd in the best boiled English oil, and is an
fined to contract at lower priors than the present market
J. C. SPALDING.
ol ulu. June 9, 1857
JUST RECEIVED EX HARRIET A JESSIE
from Boston au assotment of fancy glassware. Ac. consin
ing in part of .
ivMnr lamps shades and chimneys, lamp wicks.
Wine bottles, punch howls, wedgewood pitchers,
Parion pitchers, spoon holders, vases.
Terracotta tetea tete sets, decanters, silvered salts,
Rise curtain pins, castors, bnquet stands,
f . . . 1 l. L -. .1 - .
Seta em bossed plated teaware.enrelot ecases, ic , kc., At.
For sale by.
2-tf A. P. EVERETT.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF I. O. OF O.F.-
Jdand MAsONIC REGALIA, constantly on band, such as
Royal Arch, M. M.'s, P. O.'s,
Encampment, Ac. Ac , Ac.
Military goods of all kinds can be furnished to order.
62-tf Apply to C. A. A H. F. POOR.
THE BEST BRANDS OF CHESAPEAKE
Oysters constantly on hand, viz : IIamblin, Btin A Cos
and LeBarx'a. LeBrun's are warranted superior to anv in the
market. For sale by 81-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR.
FOR 1LE. PER ELIZ Si ELL A. 8SO.
000 A 1 Aroostook Shingles, warranted to covor over 100
square feet to the 1000. ; 86-tf j
C. H. LEWERS.
FINE WHITE SHIR I S.
RTONS FINE WHITE SIIIRTS.LINEN
bosoms, collars and wristbands, for sale by
81-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR.
4TJETTS OF COTTAGE FURNITURE,
For sale by
CHAS. BREWKR, I)
dTIOPT-BOOK'-, WITH AND WITH.
V copies; F liber's pencils, black and red crayons.
French tissue uaper. etc etc
For sale by H.
NE SUPER LARGE
Hose and Couplings, complete.
. For sale by
r M FIRE BRICKS,
CLOTHING FOR SAL
always oa hand an aasortr-'
Coats Cloaks, aad Pants of diaw.
July 1, l-t ; I
.ara slrtST St W
V-ISJI S iSi.s . -
M. WHtf2 V I
force pv :
for sale, by : ill.-tf