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fchief be roast have done, by lecturing in defence
lie Sacrcl Scriptures.
r publish returns tf the exact number of conver-
i in every state i me union up mine isi jane
2.S70 Missouri, -
0.254 District of Colombia,
l!.e"4 Vinrinia, - . .
,02S North Carolina,
0 72 Sooth Carolina,
a.OOO Geonria, -10.44O
.AUSnmi, . -
4.775 Florida, -
1.4 7 T'T.n. .
2.179 Calif. Tula,
,nnt, - -
- - - - 86,21
w York City, the number cf conrershns is
in Detroit l.uu.
Laborf." Imported ivro Cuba. A Havana
lr n,?ent t ew or HrroH shows, by
f'lHT compile-1 statistics, that twenty-eight thou-
8 five hnnlreil nn-,1 thirty-one "laborers' nc-
,coiie, ami l nMn Imlin have been set on
, in Culm since 1835, and that four thousand
: hnn-lrt-1 and f"tir unfortnnates lost their lives
.Ansjtn a ninrfiHty- of sixte. n and onc-fonrtb.
ect. on the cross numbeselivered. The price
,ei wii lower at date.
Viir.mnos t irazil. jK propositon is under
leriti'-n bv the government or israzii, to cncour
.X. . t rv- v.. : i . j
to emigrant.. It has been widely discussed
favorably reir tried. Considerable jealousy of the
e-1 Stiffs was expre-sod. by the press, because it
so iliffieuft to turn the great tide of emigration
North to South America. Don Pedro has taken
it ens t. carry ont Minister Meade s ideas.
WM. A. AI.DRICH.
BISHOP & CO.,
v rtc in th eat corner of "Makee's Block, on
kaahnr.ianu street, Hon ttlln.
rweive irrs ts. iu-cnini nraiM Dusmeee paper, ana
.. . - . .
itcml to coiti-ciing, etc.
tK lPKRl!K" WILL RECEIVE
V-vey st rbe:r ar;nrs Kanx upon the following terms:
nrn-s W f-'WO w onder. from w person. thy will par inl
at ti rat? of rcf.t p-r cut. per annum. fnn date of re
on alt sura that shall hav remained in deposit threw
-s. or have been in deposit three month at the time of
up the vriy accounts.
interest wi'l b- allowed on wwy withdrawn within three
,5 fr m the itate i f ."!-p";t.
rr ''iiT- n"t!ran-i w e-Tn i m nnic or an intention
Mn ni-'T ? an.1 the Ipp.iitor9 l"n-B,U must
-i.wiii t the Prrr time.
Iirwr hr tkihi errTt n?n the Prxft of the Depositor
.,P;f ,T the ' r"rr Pa-P.iok.
the firrt rtav of Sept-mhrr of each year, af.er 15, the ac-
w.il ne rn.ni" nr, aim inirr-i on an Hums tnat han have
nH 'n teonrt xtr-f rrnnth or more, atyt annaM. w!ll he
the .tn.itr, arvl frvn that date form part of the
at mnn thai $ '00 vHl be rMreived, ml.ject try Fperial
Rm' he opn evrr dir In the weV exc-pt Sui-laTS
1 'i hy : anil on S-uurIay will be open nrtil 0 oVInr'k
BISHOP k CO. '
t. lain. .'.t 14. I. 112-ff
n-r-nT nre puMic not lee. that he is
pn-iwir-d to rnn. tm, r nrir H h"r.
t.. I nam-.- hr-fvr. trithont l:mit of
3! T n'"'!!'5! thnt ran he ppwlnr-rf on the IlaTa
S-.r.aiv amtirt rt to exo-e.1 f 1000, nor than
w M e ire on the Waimea TraoV.
J. I. LOXOFORD.
r.T, Hi-ra:f. .isnt 19. 1SS. ll -tf
. iir.nr,.i-. i innr.itii. i 1 1 it r; r.
r' r:..rf.r r It Fate T.mn . Prrwn
r J-o TVm W!terwie. UhlJant. rUlent of
lliU 3Tin TV Anerirn Shio John nrakall, of
J. U Pe"-!"'n ! t irr. h-r hoat. taekle. apnre nmi
rr. tnH antnt V oti foterren(ne frw their in?eret
i ii rair erl anH maritfm. f -r mtvuu
" In H T.t iwtWH. firTin the nsnal pro
A m-'ri't nfrVf.nirt H tht K-haff t" h marie:
. tw''r. a!l rrio In anr war Ht rtt in iil ship,
-r-hv irf't to he awl n"r Mn thf m:l fonrf.to
I .-m a ?ff reTtelwr next, at 12 oVIoek,
,f :'"m hilt N a fl.-T "f fnr'fiefon s ethnrie. on
rt "f Hrilii-n thenfT ; then ant hr to inter
itHiw t-T mav hve to t H shlo. her tarkle. an
vil fim'ttre, anrl to malr th'r iiwnn in that
C. PAHKE, fan.haL
PH: MOUNTAIN" "WAVE"
ijJ H t'n T.rltrtr W P5fehr.
1 'lr-r PT-ff Ptfhr9.
! R friir'ntors. a.wed '.
lITrrirst - do do,
11 T-if k fo ffr T--rUJ)
2 '-ren Patent Toe Cream Freest rs. ass'd sizes,
T VT,-r Cnr.
i T n-t ' ...i.t rnnjmfnm e-W.e1 fr the
r- tti.t -kwit nvs September, anl are of-
ritl!- the Tl''")LCtr 1CT. CO.
f C. n. tEWnW. rroprior.
FOR SALE BY
CK. MrTFRVT;s tP CLARETS,
" T--r! 'T hn-tdan.t onslrties:
T.ie-virn. Chorrv Cord ml" ;
Vr- tn-rior herrie;
Jt-n--i Runs, n-vri'wr'.-Vi
F T.i-' G:n. in ore dorn and Htre eases;
' ' T-t. Xfo-hela ''Tliisky;
Jtrvvi:-.. p:-.-r. te.. fe. 112-tf
rrrr.2 ixcn.siTO 3ofeet
n InH). 25 to 25 fet loop.
f -et. 1 iorb. 12 feet and upwards.
t TT-n-rV!r pvtnre rv,ic. sleetd bra shfpbn'lder. snd
Htsd hr fnr.ta;n 'War.'' Srr -ri-r 20. is ofr-rd f r
fni-tf C. n. tEWFTW, F'-rt street. .
NOTICE . .
IXS0F COASTERS AND OTHERS.
FXMVIfK KREFV. VERTTfJRIJ.
r - --n r.nd Tel w TTI, n. V VonMWn Tlo.l
T'n- Srvr,;S V-,! . '
:r nit-. I.-n-n l'!vk. Whltn Tarnish
1 in quantities to suit, ot CD. tFTWFR?.
' Fort street.
forXDERnrfiXED HAVE TIfIJ T.V
iparttvrthiT, nndr the -trie nf PfanOP k TO.
' tnwetiw? a G-noeal BANKING Br?I
'"et-iisf therewith a SAVTXG? PANS', in llow.lnlu.
rnts. r. wranp.
TT. A. ALDRICIT.
THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD-
rr;!ser hound aid for vl r rin. a a
ii. m. wnrrxET.
OSAGE ORANGE SEED,
T RECEIVED AXD FOR SALE RV
'jrl h. m. vTnrrNF.r.
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES.
D OO ft SHAVED VHITE
Iff ' " r"r ?hincles. Tr lf,rHet k jZl
?r h? C. II, tEVTER. Fort at.
CLAPBOARDS AND LATHST
N fZ rGIT- novecEn . ...... .
Kn.i:v. .... ---i-st.iti.
'f Tf T.' r-T". r, r.
- i.r. r.tis, sort street.
Tt2. Rr00'- sriTARLE FOR OF.
flee,,ov-r f. McKiobin'. rm,? Store, Queen str-t, to
"t. App!y at the ttrng Store. HHf
THE D I CO R R O N- PR E M IS ES. I X T II E
JH-tf n-r-atr, wi h half an acre of rrmiod. enclosed, ad-fcmmg-
th- Bri-.ish Consulate, on Rcnrtama street. I-
TI1.?00!" "OrE IX THE
.. Wh" N" notet," with 12 separate bed
"m' " famished. Inquire on the premises. 111-tf
IK rXDERSIfivnn is ddpd ws
rnishtothe Honnlnla .Ki; r..n i .i .
Mite terms - J..v iuj, mC ujw
HHiKit. t koiia:. - .
I "me Mu.-h, or ik squared, for foundation to buiblir.rs,
r-'irn rsr ot t. . i a. - , . . . ..
- - "- "V" " w- nuianv cms
'P, withmontt surface, cut out In anr siu in
Ballu.t ror Vrwels.
lisrs, SkeeivaUfMa, Ilsrss,
J. I. DOW SETT.
A X1LA CORDAGE, small sire.
Oakum, ' '
Marlio aad Ratlin,
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
HAWAIIAN REE F-
lO PLS, WAIMEA PICKLED BEEF,
r "a Liverpool and Turks' Island salt, and warranted
r t years in any climate. For sale by
. . . . A. J. CABTWRIOnT.
HAWAIIAN BEEF. .
E SITRSCniRKTn win t.. n.t.ni I v.
M Hawaiian Beef, packeil la Turk Island sort, and war-
w ue supervision of James Makee, Esq., for sale by
CIIA3. BREWER to.
L SIZES M AXIL ACORDACE sale
- IM-tfJ - - B. W. FL.LD. . .
BOSTON FANNING MILL -For sate kf.
Ur ITERS FOR SALE.
THE CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK
O ? O R T E IJ A .
- - j kuiisisiiiik oi
BaJifcncyprloU boles muaiin, aeofnpkte aaaortment blankets;
Aipaocaa, pUu.Js. fignm liutrea, Orleans. Brussels caroet:
rprt' hliwk ''eskin. velvet roes, blue twilled Bannel
loieskta. cotton unihn-IlM- silk iimin.ii. vi t- i
Turkrj red haml kerchiefs, cou-m band kerchiefs, reeatta shirti
Fancy shirts, white rtirls, su,erior white shirts, jeaV,,;
Mosquito m-ttinir felt hats, an assortment of clothing fine hiery ;
ReeflnKj.TckiU, pilot coats and browsers, fancv drills:
it-S t!5 f'.?,rn hfllan'. ""en cambric handkerchiefs;
S?JJST,B",f COVe' huckab-" toweling, white drills;'
Shirtings, mdapolams,pnry d -mesUcs, tine and good white calico.
60 tons rice.
Casks botUed ale and porter,
llhds draught ale,
Cases fancy liiiicuits.
An invoice f Roskili's English watches,
0 hn fenciDfr wire,
6- small iron safes,
2 copying pre?es,
Assortetl hjp iron,
Assortel round and square iron;
20 hoxf-s IX tin plate?,
6 sheets lt-ad,
English whi:c lead, paints and oil.
Also cxpeeted via San Francisco:
Serire and ftuinel shirts.
, Corah handkerchiefs.
Llvernoi,! and ?t I'bes silt,
Knjrlish procerlea, pie fruits,
E iL'ii-h brown shid.
. Slates and fire bricks,
Anchors and chains, .
Sa.ldlerr. ete.. eto.
Anda very varied aaaortment of Pry Good and Sundries.
XT An invoice of NEW GOOUS is expected shortly f,ora San
Francisco. . no-tfl ROBERT C. J mv
TOWN BEEF MARKET.
Having opened the iilx.ve Stand for
the purpose of carrying on the
li M t - ll t- r f fl RHaSK.. InKnHi
bis market supplied with the best Bkkf. Pnnif
tox, SArsaces, and evervthinir
ertainmir to the Butcherinit
Business. Tnaakful for past fcivors, he solicits a continuation of
urc iiuctsi paimnaee imnerto ixafnw.i .i ,
xt-tfuT invites the public tocall and examine theqnality of the
stock he offers f r sale daily at the TOWN MARKET, Klxa
street, opposite J. T. Waterbousc's mununhi Mor.-.
Late of Watildiij.ion Market.
. B Families can have their m:irketinr
charge, by fteulio their onltrn to ihe Town Murk of iniff
SMALL IN VOICE ill' THE A HOVE
. o.-lebratol B:it.r, iut recvived l:r ' i I'mv Mii,r ami
jt sale by lOs-tll C. L. QICUARDS & CO.
IIOSOULl' MEDICAL HALL,
DOCTOR MiKIISBIJf, Surceon, ic,
Has rraioved to the Stor.- Uu ly occup.Vd by Ir. Lat!.rop, in
Q'leen tftreot. wh-re he wiil l- r.-rul:irly supplied with
Medicines, i'V-rfumery, f-tc , of the lest quality.
TT Family MlK-incs and Prescriptions car fiilly propareil.
XT Medicine Chests examined and refitt-d on rea.-Mnahle terms.
Attendance at the i!ice from 8 a. M. till 6 p. v., on week
days, and fr-mi S to 11 a. h. on Sunday. At other times
at his residence, Union street. 111-tf
IS HERETir GIVEN, that the nnder-iaTie.1 has been
appointed Attortv-y in f:u-t for Mrs. Charlotte Coadv. le
executrix of the last Viil ami Tvt:tmt-ut of the late Richard
Coa1y. deceased, pphale f whkh iil h.is been tTraniel to her
by the Supieme Court. The uo.1erine.l is authorize.! to act
for the said l'harl.te Coaily. and to execute in her name all
instruments In relation to the Estate of the said Rirhar.l Coady,
deceased, an.1 to tran-vtrt ail business connected with the wind
Injt up of his interest In th- firm ft R. Coady k Co.
All persons iiuielKcd to said estate or to the firm "f R. Coady
k Co., will plmse make payment cf their arrumu.4 to the under
signed, aitd- persons havinr chihm ai:uinst said K-tate or said
firm of C Coady & Co., Will please present thi-m f t ttlment.
FRED. L. II 4XKS.
Honolulu, Aa?. II. 1551. 111-tf
D ISS0 LUTIO X 0 F CO F RTXI- iistl f F.
THE COI'tRTXERSIH!' HERETOFORE
existing bi-te-n WILHELM K NLTK. in the Coffee a
loon hnsinrs-, crner of Nii'iina and Ouen streets, luts been
dissoive-1. All claims a?iiiit the firi.i, up to the first of last
June, will lie satinlivl by the undersigned ; and a!f persons in
deted to the said firm, are requested to make in.rueoUte pay
ment to U. WII.UEI.M.
Ua.iotoln, Auru-t 0, ISiS. lll-3t
ITIorc rVciv Sncltllerv dood !
T II E IXDERSICVED
IOVED 1 S rS
e"fii)is t- his p.f
his stand, corner f
:tts, towlncii he if
coustanllv receiving areesi
tork of AM'LKRV at h:
of Fort and IloT:L !Tr.Et
would invite, the aUentiou of ri.j pcoplu of Honolulu and the
Ilnwaiiao Lktiuls gem-rally. lie h jmt rj:eived per Funny
1 set silver m.-ui.t-d louM-- Haness. f.tf il to u.j olngH-;
Svut silver oi-tt-.-d Li.'iil Single Harness;
& t japanned L-jrht tingle llaru--ss.
A lt of best plain and herjvy st:i!.-i-d Trta Knneer
aiwl ?.I-h-ll:s Sis f Hew, warranted Jio. 1; Hair Cinches,
aod Boae liuiiry Vhi; making, t"elhT with his f.--rnicr
stck, the most eKnpl--te assirtuient of tiis in his line ever
ottered in II luoluln. Coiit- ntinz h.'inself aith smslt profits, for
the sake of quirk r-tnrns, he offers exceiS-nt bttnrains for cash.
July 20, 105-lm R. II. UOUISSOX.
IHSIllAHLi: ARTICLES !
SELDOM "TO liE FOUND WHEN WANTED.
RAWING CARD HOARD, OF SI PE-
PortfoH-is l-.-tti-r, f.K L-cap and larger sires;
Cash ltes, with keys;
I'ristoi boards, small and extra large sizes;
Fal er's superior pelyjrrade Prairinjf Pencil" n in
such b eqii.il to the lest lymdon ix-neils;
M.n.i 'olil I-tter Writers;
Chil iren's Indestructible Toy Pok;
India Rubber Pen Holders a new article;
10 urcs "The Medalioii" and "Franklvn" Pens.
l.)S-2m For stile by II. M WHITNEY.
rwiHOSE AVHO AVISH TO-
-- purchase, can, by calling on the tin
der:Kned, convince themselves that tf.i.4
flroTer ic Uaker's Fsttnily Machines
are to te f refined to every o.h-r, fir six ?'sl reasons.
15-Cf G. 1". Jl'DO, A Rent in t!.e Haw. l.-lands.
SI.'fiAR, SVRI PS AM) MOLASSES,
ROM THE NEW CKOI', t 1.jm iiik
E.1ST MAUI PL.1JT.1TlOJ",
For sale by ( Ui-tf) II. H ACKFELD k Co.
SOT? 5Si JtX'
Yor Sale to Arrive !
CUMPLES OF COOPS. EXPRESSLY SE
5 lected f-r this market, to arrive per VA1)ACE, from
liambure, due here in September, bare ju-t been receivcl per
FA V VF" MAJOR, via Panama, atal will be offered for sale by
thelersigr-ed to arrive. .. fc CQ.
50 CASES TURNER'S GINGER WINE,
nf',11 YAN KEE tor sale by
C. L. RICIIARD3 4 CO.
4 SM tLL QUANTITY OF PCRE FIXE
j BKA.N U V, warrantc.1 superior to any in the mantel.
Also Caaes genuine iJosteUer's bitters. For sale by
5tf J- C. SPALDING.
USE OF INSTRUMENTS. LUNAR OB
servations, and every branch necessary f. an accim-
nlished Navigator, uuclit in tne most niorou-ii y,...
Resilience, Smith street-
FOR SALE ORRE!
VERV SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Plat- or Wooilen Beds, and PHELAN'S CELE
BRATED COMBIXATIOS n SIIIOS?, all complete. Also
On hatHl, extra Cloth, Bails, Cues, W ax, Pockets, - Apply t
FOUR DRUMS CODFISH.
DRUMS SUPERIOR CODFISH
kee," for sale by 104-tf J
KICIIARD3 k CO.
CALIFORNIA WHITE WINE.
CASES CALIFORNIA WHITE WINE
per Yankee," 1 sale by
C. L. RICHARDS fc CO.
TEAS ! TEAS!
B. W. FIELD.
CPP.RIflR. FIRE AND THIEF PROOF
safes, made by Messrs. Ueuk k Rolicrts, iioeton
t5-tf A. r.
EN TIERCES BOSTON SI GAR-CUREU
For sale by
61 -tf. CHAS. BREWER, 2.
COOKING STOVES, AND ONE CABOOSE,
For sale by
01-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2e
KEGS HIDE POISON, .
For sale by
.. . CHAS. BREWER, 2o
.VCUSII WHITE LEAD- - .
For sale by
A. J. CARTWKIUUT.
HITS LEAD, 2d
lb KEGS, : .
For sale by
CUA0. BREWER 2d.
iE W GOODS ! iEW GOODS
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE ;
From Boston. TJlroot
EXPECTED IN AUGUST.
BARRELS CAROLINA RICEt
1 bale cloves;
6 bags pepp-r; .
l "ex nutmefnt:
10 boxes corn starch;
60 kefrs split peas;
10 half bbla currants;
100 half boxes raisins;
100 quarter boxes raisins;
. 100 boxes Winchester's 8. W. soap;
10 boxes saleratus, (1 lb papers;) A
600 quarter boxes sardines:
20 case "St. Cair" and " Upton's" tobaoco 8's, 100 ft each
b cases -sweet urange cavendish" tobacco 100 tba each;
o cases isiumet's "bweet Oranpe" caventlish tobacco 20ft ea
nan 'sixes uoudus renueu loaf suirar;
60 half bbls do do crushed sugar;
6 No. 4 whalemen's cam booses, with extra copper fixtures;
10 ro. 8 favorite pattern " Rorer Williams" stoves, complete,
with pipe and fixtures the best pattern ever imported into
Honolulu for family use. Over 400 stoves have been sold
by the subscriber, aud in no case has any complaint been
10 Xo. 4 stoves of the same nattern.
62 dozen 2 B tins oysters best, put up expressly for Honolulu,
" ""m "e sneu witbm ten days or sailing of "Syren.'
wais f-To tins oysters;
20 dor 1 fb tins trreen corn;
20 dna 1 lb tins fresh clams;
40 doz 2 ft tins do do;
20 dox I lb tins lobsters;
80 dns 2 tb tins preserved meats;
48 tins smoked herring; .
10 doz cans (1 ft) raspberry jam;
10 doz cans do strawberries, preserved ;
4 doz preserved peachesf(2 Jb cans);
8 doz apple pulp, do;
20 dox Verdule olives;
' 50 doz 1 lb cans assorted soups;
20 doz 1 tb cans soup ajad boulhr;
lOVoz 2lb cans chicken;
10 doz 2 Jb cans turkey;
20 doz 2 lb cans assorted broths;
6 bbls cider vinegar;
80 tins es'ch of butter, wine, soda, oyster and
50 dot denim pants;
12 doz red flannel shirts; "
10 tioz blue do do;
3 doz prey do do;
25 doz each linen drill frocks aud pants;
23 doz angola gents' half hose;
22 doz do ribbed do;
6 cases Vxbridge 4-4 white sheetings;
5 bales Western State 4-4 brown do;
5 bales Suffolk extra heavy denims;
6 cases Shetucket blue drills;
I! bales Pepperel Bro do;
5 cases Merrimac two blue prints;
2 bales Thorwlyke ticks;
2 bales Imperial royal blue flannels,
62 pairs heavy 7 lb blankets all wool;
2 cases extra fine satin jeans;
0 bbls cotton twine, ( .
4 cases do do, 8 aBl1 7 thdS
100 riding saddles, (complete);
10 doz charcoal irons;
25 doz heavy handled axes 44 Underbill's";
20 bids Wilminjfton pitch;
50 m-sts Iliiiglmm boxes;
60 ne-ts covered buckets;
30 doz 3-hooped ainted pails;
15 nests (4 in nest) do pulls; '
-0 bags shot;
5 cases stout broffnns:
400 18, 17 and 1 feet oars;
ftO bolts cotton duck, Xos 1 to 10; .
100 ketrs nails.
Wines and Spirit..
DO 10-gnil.m kegs .Mnnongahcta whisky;
f0 10-gallon kegs N. V. rum;
M 10-ralloa ketrs Am. ricuu brandy;
10 cases Baker's bitter;
60 cases champaene cider;
50 ilr pints Aii-any ale;
W d a do dj porter.
3Iountain WaTe," expected
800 gallons 1-c-t lioik-d oil;
75 T-nisee riding saddles complete;
2000 h navy bread;
.0 h:i!f bbls crushed susrar;
20 half Nixes loaf do;
21 tiglith casks American brandy.
Per Youn; ;reek,, expected in August.
Ii0 Id. 17 and IS feet oars;
2 oils ea Manila rope, 1. 1 J, 1J, 2, 2J, 24, 2J,3 in.
30 bales cotton duck. Xos 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.,
64 kps assuirted nails;
40 Its Prussian blue paint;
10 lbs chromy yellow do:
50 fbs chrome green do;
10 lbs Vermillion; -10
lbs French blu;
60 charcoal irons; i
5 X .. 4 stoves " Roger Williams:"
6 bales bops;
1 cas-s hops. 1 lb piers;
100 biiis extra prime pork;
2H hl.ls Oallejo flour;
ll.OtMJ rbs piK bread;
23,000 ths t.avv bread;
liM) tins assorted crackers;
20 half bbls new G-st.eii butter;
2 half bills new apples;
114 small cheeses, in tins;
I'M whole boxes rai-dns;
2O0 half do do;
100 boxes 8. V. soap;
0 casks Zant currants;
25 kits Xo. 1 mackerel;
4 caes (20 tba) hoes tablu salt; ...
15 cases li ton's half tb tobacco;
60 Uixes champagne cider;
60 boxes porter pints 100 dor;
10 bbls old llHirbon whisky;
10 10-gallon kegs prime Bourbon whisky;
2") 6-gallon kegs do do do;
30 2-gallon kegs superior aud extra whisky;
10 octaves "Rivi-rre" brandy;
10 do Pinet Castillon Aj Co." brandy;
5 qnarter casks "DuffGonlon" pale sherry;
23 bnli-s gunny ba;;
41 doz prey flannel shirts;
0 dox scarlet do do;
4 doz blue do do;
30 doz denim pnnts;
32 drz denim frocks: ' ,
1;5 bales Amoskeag shcetin;
o bal'-s do drills
10 bales Otis denims;
7 bales Cordis drills 1-4 brown;
1 case Lancaster strijies;
1 case Anchor do;
5 half bbls hide poison.
17" For sale to arrive, on liberal terms, by
lOS-tf J. C. SPALDING.
AND FOR SALE
MEN'S GRAINED SEA BOOTS,
Io Calf iMHits; Men s Kip do;
Do Calf Congress Boots;
Men's Calf pat. leather glove top Congress Boots.
Men's Id. cloth tip'd Cong, boots, Ladies' Fr. kid buskins,
I'o calf Oxford ties,
Do morocco do,
Po calf wide strap shoes,
Do P. L. wide strap do,
Iio goat gipers.
Do fancy cancel slippers,
Do cork soles,
Boys' calf boots.
Youth's calf boots,
Boys' calf bro-rans,
Youths' calf brogans.
Ladies' pat. cf. silk Congress,
Do plain do do,
Do Fr. kid sliptwrs.
Do. cork soles.
Misses' gnat lace lioots,
P. L. lace do,
do ankle ties.
do do do.
Fr. kid ' do do,
opera do do,
goat lace boots,
Iron and zinc shoe nails, shoe thread, pegs, etc.
109-tf J. n
CofTee I'lantntioii lor Sale !
TITCi'M". COFFEE PLANTATION,
A-." IIANALEI, KAUAI,
Is offered for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1 030 Arrrm and has upon it 50.000 C tier
Troca. The land is well adapted to the cultivation of sugsr
mine. The estate is unenciunbered, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of sale, Inquire of
B. W. FIELD.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
TWO COTTAGES. ONE CONTAINING
1 i wans, the other 4 rooms, pleasantly and retiredly sit
uated on the lane running between the old French prem
ises and B. Pitman's residence on Beretama street, ror terms,
annlvto J. W. PFLLGER,
Hack fcld & Co's.
TUST RECEIVED EX " MELITA."
FINE ASSORTMENT OF PAINTS AND
White Lead, pure, extra and fco. 1,
Zimi paint, Paris green, chrome green;
Vefligris, kegs enitian red.
French yellow, chrome yellow in Oil,
.Prussian blue, putty,
ke chalk and whiting.
itMiiled oil, 2d quality do.
and kukul nil, turpentine.
For sale by II. DIM'.'XD.
SIGNED INTENDS LEAV-
ing the Ki
n on or about the first of January uext, and
notifies all per
laving claims against him to present them
on or before the rt V.f November, 135. Thankful flir the many
r.vnr. h. has re. -V l at the hands of the nubile of Honolulu, he
would respectful"- Jveommend his brother, S. H. BEATfY, who
has purchamsL-' nterest In the "TOWX MARKET," for a
itiare OI ineir lioerm pnir.mi.nc.
Honolulu, July 31, lS5s. 110-lm L. F. BEATTY.
YELLOW METAL, &c.
YELLOW METAL, ASSORTED
egs Comioeition Nails, assorted sizes. For sale by
E INTENTION OF THE UNDER.
ive this Kingilom. llius. v. runsiin.
y 10, 185.100-3t
A'DERSIGN ED II AS REMOVED
his AlJi:T10i BUS IJ ESS to the New Store on Queen
street, "Janlon's Block." A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, July 14, 1858. 107-tf Auctioneer.
-I7ST HElEIVEU 1111. ucibaiarui'
a J cal Tree of our Savior drawn and Utboirrapbei by W m
For sale by
St. Maur BiDghamt
H. M. WHITNEY.
PATENT PENCIL SHARPENERS, ,
CONSIDERED AS INDISPENSABLE
J a pocket knife. For sale by
. RASPBERRY SYRUP.
ORDON'S RASPBERRYSYRUP Per -Tan
kee," for aale by
C. h. RICHARDS k CO.
COZZENS' PALE SHERRY.
COZZENS' PALE SHERRY The flneat wlneever
Imported tor sale by v . -
J II ST A RRIVED
. TIIE BEST ASSORTED
STOCK DJ TOWN!
TO BE. SOLD REASONABLE,
New Fire-proof Store on the Wharf,
OPPOSITE MAKEE AND ANTHOX's BLOCK.
10. T. WiTMOIIS!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
HAS JUST RECEIVED. PER "MELITA,
EflfGUSIJ and AMERICAN GOODS a. choice as
sortment. Also, per late arrivals, a large quantity of
' Cheap Bridle,
Saddlery Fixings, includ Jig whole Hides, Enameled Leather, and
.. furniture ror carnages.
Silk Umbrellas, Linen Handkerchiefs, '
20 cases blue Cottons,
Bales heavy Denims, Blankets,
35 cases Calf Brogans, Kip Brogans, Boots,
A good variety of English Shirts, Blue Shirts,
Hats of various styles,
Printa, new patterns.
Steamboat Irons, Collins' Axes,
Silk Handkerchiefs, colored and black,
Pilot Coats, fine Kersey Pants,
White Linen Pants, Moleskin Pants,
Cheap Pants, Satinet Pants, Hickory Shirts,
Hosiery, Drawers and Cnder3hirts,
Black Lace Falls,
Silk Velvet, Kiblions. black Silk Hdkfs,
Brown Cottons, brown Drills, blue Drills,
Willow Wagons and Basket Ware,
Victoria Lawns, Sewing Cotton, CutltTy,
And n very Larice Vnriefy C Other Goods,
107-tf JOHN THOMAS WATERH0USE.
. BOOKS BY EXPRESS.
milE SURSCRIBER WILL RECEIVE
JTL New Kouks by Express from New York and San Fran
cisco by every regular jiaoket. Ify the next packet he will re
ceive the following, all new bwks :
lr. Livingston's Travels and Researches ia South Africa, illus
t rated $4 60.
Poets of the 19th Century, 132 engravings, richly bound, 4to
Atkinson's Sven Years in Siberia and Tartary 5.
Isaac Taylor's World of Mind, lino $1 75.
Scenes of Clerical Lit' Mug the Sad Fortunes of Rev. Amos
Barton, (original! v published in Blaekwood.y 75c., paper cover.
Debit and Credit ; by Dr. Bunsen $ 1 75.
European Acquaintance lieing Sketches of People in Eu
rope 1 50.
Mrs. Si journey's ' Lucy Howard " $1 60.
The Hasheesh Eater Ixring passages in the Life of a Pytha-
gortan $1 J.
The Happy Home; by Kirvran $1.
History of't'ne Oiigiu of the L". S. Constitution;, by Goo. W.
Hvdes's and Ferris' Mormonism SI 75. , ,t
t'aliforuia and its Resources, illustrated $3 25. Ss
Mrs. Hale's Receipt B-ok, (uew and enlarge.! edition.) !?Z.
M iss Ijeslie's New Cook Book, (new and enlarged edition.) $2.
I0J-2t 11- M. 1I1TXE.
flST RECEIVED FROM BOSTOy,3Y
JF the MiCLiTA, consisting In part or
Heavy log chaius,
Wire rat traps.
Braces and bits,
C. S. auger bit-iy,
Scythes and snathes,
I. R. curry combs,
Plumbs and levels,
Sash Hot brushes,
C 8. razors,
Carvers anil forks,
C. S. handled axes,
Etc etc., etc.
For sale by
W. X. LADD.
New Coeds, ex Bark " Melit.!."
TXS. CODFISH; KITS NO. I MACKEREL;
M-W Kits cod tongues,
Cases lard, in tin?, 10 lbs each,
Corn meal, in tins.
Ground rice, in tins,
Carolina rice, in bbls, '
Boston sin. iked hams.
Ginger snaps, j
Jumbles, ' '
At S. SAYIDGE'3.
RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS
60 reams white ruled cap pajier,
00 reams Who unruietl cap paper,
20 reams wbite and blue ruled paper,
150 reams assorted qualities blue ruled letter paper,
100 reams assorted qualities white ruled letter pajer,
60 reams white, blue and plain note pajier.
125 reams various qualities this French, English and Amer
ican letter and fiatcap iftei-s.
For stile cheap by
6-tf H. M. WniTNEY.
PURSirANT TO AN ORDER MADE BY
His Honor S. L. Austin, Circuit Judge, third Judicial Dis
trict, at a Probate Court hel.l.at Hilo on the 0th inst., I hereby
give notice to all whom it may concern that on Tuesday, the
31st day of August. 15S, at the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M., I shall
sell I y public auction to the highest bidder therefor, on the prem
ises, a ten acre lot of land situate on Puueo, Hilo, Hawaii, to
gether with the Improvements thereon, it lK-ing a part and par
cel of the Real Estate la-longing to Henry Brown, late of Wai
mea, deceased, into3tate. Further particulars at the time of
sale. LOCI3 A. PAVIE,
Hilo, July "th, 135S. 107-7t Administrator.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE DEATH OF
RICHARD COADY, on the ISth Juue.lS&S, the business of
the firm of R. COADY CO. will hebroueht to a close as speed
ily as possible, and the name of the firm will henceforth he used ,
only in carrying out existing contracts, completing, unfinished
business, and winding up the transactions of the firm.
FREWRIC L. HANKS,
T. S. WILCOX,
(Bv his Attorney, Frederic L. Hasks,)
Surviving Partners of the firm of R. COADY k CO.
Honolulu, J uly JO, 1 859. lOS-Uanl
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
UrilIARLES HEIDSIECK & CO." The best
Wine ever drank on these Islands. For sale by
108-tf C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
FIRST-RATE ARTICLE FOR
in quantities to suit, at
GEO. C. MCLEAN'S STORE, Nuuanu st.
SON Ai FAIRBANKS OLD BOUR-
T T bon Whisky
A few dozen of this superior whisky for
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
OLD BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHIS
kv, in 10-gallou packages, inlioiiii or duty paid, for sale by
104-tf . C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
ALIIAMBRA RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
UUANU STREET, ABOVE TIIE COR-
ner of Hotel street, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands.
ITT Lunch at all hours Meals 25 cents.
9"-tf R- V. SPEIDEN, Proprietor.
AU DE COLOGNE, iu chant, bottles, do eight-cor-
Mid ner bottles. Lubin's extract, Florida Water, Lavender
l ner bottles, Lubin'a
Water, Pomatum, etc, etc.
For sale by
Half boxes Raisins,
For sale by
T. M0S3MAN At SON.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE!
ENUINE LUBIN'S EXTRACTS For sale by
irELLOW PINE 1 1-4, AND SPRUCE7-8
M Tongued and grooved
Flooring, per "Eliza k Ella.
C. 11. LEWEKS.
OLD SAZERAC AND MARTELL BRAN
dy, in bond or duty paid lor sale by
104-tf 0. L. RICHARDS k CO
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED
to Makee Anthon's fire-proof building, up stairs, over
the store of W. A, Aldrich.
C. A. k H. T. POOR.
i RED WOOD. -.
ASUPE" IOTl LOT OF BOARDS mm CLAP
BOARD, tor sale by .- , . ..
- 87-f .......v.; .c: ''- V ' C B. tKWTCRS. -
P ATENT SPRING BEDS Made to order by
..- CHAS. W. FOX, Cabinet Maker,
79.tf Hotel street.
FOR III LO, '
Touching at Lahaina and all Inteone.
TllK A 1 CUPPER SCHOONER . V
Xilioliho. Capt. Lovett.
Will ply regularly between the above porta, sailing on Fri-
y, A agaat 20, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
For freight or passage apply to A. HARRIS k CO..
112-lt : ... - Or the Captain on board.
FREIGHT FOR NEW BEDFORD.
;A THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP "
1120 tons Register, Captain E. HARDING, will sail for New
Bedford with dispatch. Captain Harding- la an experienced
whaling captain, and Shippers of Oil may rely npon the beat of
care being bestowed on such as may be chipped. The ship la
provided with a force pump and hose to wet oil.
This ship will be followed by the Ships A NC LO SAXON,
M A RV ROBINSON and GLADIATOR.
For freight or passage apply to
Honolulu, July 22, 1858. 108-tf P. C. WATERMAN k CO.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT I
THE CLIPPER SHIP
- 1094 Tons, Captain JOHN W. BATES,
Will have dispatch for New Ytrfc. For freight or passage
apply to (108-tf - R. COADY k CO
,XJ A INT
Ships of Oood Capacity
CAS OBTAIN S
Return Cargoes, or Advantaireous
. TO LOAJi WITH
GIAIVO AT JAUVISISI.AIVD
AND PROCEED DIRECT
rwiO NEW YORK OR ANY OTHER PORT
in the United States, that maybe 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 the under
signed, at his Office, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Hono
lulu. G. P. JUDD,
Agent of the AMERICAN GCANO COMPANY.
Honolulu, March 1, 1858. 83-tf
TBm A w - -e- rsrt x
ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE V. S
FIRST CLASS SHIPS "
Will lie despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf.
Boston, In the months of March. Mat or June.
arpirinorr nun urrrmurn
tor further particulars see special advertisements in daily
paiers or tne aoove montns.
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HEXRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
6Commercial Wharf, Boston,
or to B. W FIELD,
' , AGENTS.
P.. W. Field, - - - ' - Honolulu.
Sutton & Co. - - - New York.
Cook At Snow, - - - - New Bedford.
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
23 ZS1 3T 272. ESS,
On the 5th and 20th or each Month,'
r TO ALL PARTS OF TIIE
yX United Stales, Sonth America.
Canada and Euispc,
COSNtl.TI.NO IN SEW TORK WITH THB AVERICaX-KCBOPKAS EX-
PkESS COMPASV TO ECROPE.
GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOR
Raided and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies iu New lurk and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A Secial Express is made up by us for Panama, Catlao, Lima,
V alparuiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and zsHh of each month.
XT Collections made, and all orders pertainiugtoa legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu,
124 Montgomery'street, San Francisco,
WLliLS, FAKOO &. CO.'S
REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AXD SAX FRAXCISCO.
For the sjieedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
' on Wells, Fargo & Co., San Francisco or New lork. Also
Wells, iargo it Co.'s franked U. S. Government envelopes,
which pass free 'over the California and coast routes, and over
! the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New tork.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1 356-tr. R. COADY & CO.. Agents
It. F. SAOW
FFERS FOR SALE, in lots to suit purchasers, at
the lowest prices, tne following merchandise :
t Grey merino shirts.
Damask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
Red flaunel "
White ami grey merino draw'rs
Check linen shirts,
White L B shirts'.
Blue flannel shirts,
Black and brown felt hats.
W omen's white cotton hose,
Colored India satin,
Navy caps, with oil silk covers, White linen handkerchiefs.
Boots and Slior.
Calf Congress boots,
En'md leather Congress boots.
Assorted pickles, half gals,
Gherkins, half gals.
1 soap, blacking, cloves. Fine cut toliacco, in tin foil.
Superior Black Tea.
Water and butter crackers, Soda, oyster and rugar crackers,
Chain cables, Russia cordage, assorted sizes,
Manila whale line, Manila cordage, ajsorteu sizes,
Sail needles, Cut nails, lanterne, m
Paint oil, turpentine, I'omposition nans.
Pure and extra white lead, Copper boat nails.
1 French bedstead,
t ....... ......
Solar side lamps
Prab office chairs,
Xos 1 and 2 solar lttmp chimneys
Sheaths and belts.
Walnut cane seat chairs,
Hinguam buckets, grindstones, Red, white and blue bunting,
S ner and Polar a)il. &C &c.
1 Brown's Whalinz Gun and Irons.
India Rnbber Hose, hf inch aud 1 inch.
Bras Iloe Pipca, Lead Pipe.
" &c, &c. 93-tf
A. F. & A. 91.
LE PROGRES DE L'OCEANIE
LODGE. No. 124. under the jurisdiction of the feu
prenie Council of the Grand Central Lodge of France,
working in the ancient Scotch Rite, holds its regular
meetinim oi the Wednesday nearest tne tun moon oi eacn
month, at the old Lodge Room, in King street.
TT t tailing oreuiren resiwcuuiiy iuviiei n wwiim.
August 18. 60-tf H. SEA, Secretary
I pointed Guardiaus of the person and property ol WILLIAM
C. LUX A LI LO, sou of Charles Kanaina. of Honolulu, hereby
give notice to all persons indebted to him to make immediate
navment : and all oersons having claims against the same, are
hereby requested to present the same to J. W. AUSTIX, Ho
nolulu. W. Al STIX.
- v, R. ARMSTROXG,
Fob. 22, 1858. 87-tf - C. KANAINA.
JL the person and property of WILLIAM C. LUXALILO,
son of C. Kanaina. of Honolulu, hereby forbid any person trust
ing the said W. C Lunalilo, as from this date we shall pay no
debts contracted ny aim. n"'-'.
Feb. 22. 185S. 87-tf ' C KAXAIXA.
rmMIE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
I leave the kimrdom. offers for sale the premises now occu
rred bv himself, known as the 'Commercial Hotel.
including the Stables adjoining. Also, all the fixtures of the
Hotel, embracing everything requsite for the successful con
ducting of the hotel business, consisting or one superior miiiara
Table, In Bret rate oruer, oar nxiures, eic.
Tkr fj-ntf or the Lot on the corner of Nuuanu and
Beretania streets, known as the " Circus Lot," and the Lease of
the "Nuuanu Baths."
One Soda Machine, with bottling apparatus complete.
Honolulu, April 22, 1858. 95-tf- - ;
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
UNDERSTANDING THAT THERE ARE
minors in circulation in this community of my having en
deavored to over-lease a certain house In this town, now occu
pied by soother party. I proclaim it to be false and a base fab
rication ? in proof or which I would respectfully refer, by per
mission," to Messrs. Joan Montgomery and T. C. Heuck, who are
the only parties able to negotiate tor the above premises. '
At the leanest of Mr. E. Burgess, we heroby declare, that the
course pursued by him In reference to the above matter has been
trietly just and honorable; - ' " JOHN MONTGOMERY,
May 31, 1868. . 101-om au.ni.n. - ji
ANCHORS A. CHAINS, for sale at the lowest maf
katratea 31.1-tf BOBRRT CJAKI0N.
4- ,Ss '
.e- eir-.. .i
BY A. F. EVERETT. -
Lease of Premises on Manna Kea St.
SATURDAY, AUG. 2 1, AT 12 O'CLOCK, M
- WiU be sold
The Lease for about Four and a half Yean
Of the buildings, etc., on the east side of MaunaKea street,
second building from King street, lately occupied aa a Doctor's
Merchandise ! Merchandise !
TUESDAY, AUG. 24, AT lO O'CLOCK, A.M.
At Sales Room, wiil be told
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Furniture, and genera', radse.
Real Estate in Honolulu at Auction !
THURSDAY, Angast 86, at 1 2 O'Cloek, M
On the premises, will be sold that Tenement on the north side
of Beretania street, in Honolulu, next adjoining to Webster's
Livery Stable, with three commodious and substantial DWELL
ING HOUSES thereon, one ot which has a slated roof; held in
Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
SATURDAY, AUG. 28, AT 12 O'CLOCK, M
Will be sold at public auction, by virtue of an Order from tba
Supreme Court, on the premises, those valuable premises situ
ated on Punchbowl street, Honolulu, adjoining the premises of
W"liam Kinney, known as the
Kaaawni Premises t
The lot consists of about 12.000 feet, and measures 165 feet front
on Punchbowl street, and 80 feet In depth. There is a commo
dious house on the premises, containing six rooms, and a large
coral basement. The lot is capable of great improvement. Ti
tle fee simple, and terms made known at time of sale.
W. H. KAAUWAT,
Guanlian ofG. Kaauwal.
For further particulars apply to J. W. AUSTIN.
Or to A. P. EVERETT,
" Honolulu, July 30, 1858. Auctioneer.
Pleasant Valley Residence for Sale.
WILL RE SOLD. IF APPLIED FOR SOON,
that pleasant Cottage, situated in Nuuanu Valley, now
occupied by Capt. J. Col ins, opposite the residence of Dr. G.
This cottage was built two years since, of the best materials,
and finished inside and out in the best manner, and contains
The Parlor 14x24 feet;
Two Bed Rooms, 14x16 feet;
One Bed Room 12x18 feet.
Also Dining room, pantry, kitchen, servants' rooms, stable
andcarriage house, and an abundant supply of good water. -The
lot contains one acre, and title f-e simple.
The premises can be examine 1 at any time, npon application
to Captain Collins, and for particulars apply to film or
101-tf A. P. EVERETT.
JUST RECEIVED BV THE "MELITA."
E. O. nail offers for Sale:
Sheet zinc, Hunt's axes;
DRY GOODS, Ace.
'Ruches, fine riblxms ;
Axe hatchets, shingling do; 'Ladies', infants', children's.
C. S. shovels, epades, hoes; ! boys' and misses' assorted
Rakes, manure forks, bog hoes; j hats;
Three-tined hay-forks; ;Brown and white table damask:
Tea kettles, sauce pans; Assorted table napkins;
Baled kettles, iron pots; Assorted fruit napkins;
Nests tin trunks and pails; White flannel, crash;
Pins, plated forks, with ivory Linen toweling, liackabuck;
handled knives to match: Spat lace, black fringe;
Sewing birds, drawing pencils; (Black bombazine;
India rubber hair pins; 'Satin ribbons, elastic do;
Fishhooks, pearl buttons; Brown and black tafeta ribbons;
Perforated hoard, buggy lamps;-Velvet ribbons, black crape;
Assorted planes, dog collars; Serpentine braid, tapes;
Putty knives, peg cutters, .Mohair mits, Italian silk;
Assorted tea trays; Embroidered collars;
Whips and whip lashes; j.Men's fine half hose;
Feather dusters, jacket lamps; Men's riding gloves; ,
Whitewash, flour, dust, paint Black worsted, wire ribbon;
and shoe brushes; Jlickory shirts, denim;
Sail twine, box graters; ,1 and 2 bushel bags;
Ruled fuvlscap and bill paper; Heavy ticking, brown drills;
Augur bits, chopping knives; Brown cottons, wicking;
T-hinges, log and trace chains; Blue cottons, piping cord;
Dogchains, cow and sheep bells; Blue and whtie thread;
Sash rollers, iron, brass and Tidy cotton, woolen carpeting;
copper wire, mallets; Boot webbing, silk umbrellas.
uencn ana nana screws;
Etc., etc., etc.
Brad awls, padlocks;
Door and chest locks, assorted;! .M.ai.:, eve
Gimp tacks, rivets; .Tierces Carolina rice;
Pocket knives, assorted screws; Nutmegs, curry powder;
SU.te pencils, steelyards;
Assorted candy ;
Board measures, rules, rifles;
Swede's iron, round iron ;
Crowbars, pickaxes, hammers;
Shears and scissor;
100 kegs nails, saws;
Eagle plows, No. 2;
Eagle plows, No. 20;
Horse plows, side hill plows,
Harrows, hayrakes, cradles;
Ox bows and yokes;
Cattle leaders and bull rings;
Guarded lanterns, lamps;
Solar lamps and extra globes;
Oyster and milk crackers;
Crushed sugar, A 1.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' Congress gaiters, silk
Do buskins and slippers;
Do calf do, thick sole;
Do India rubbers,childs do
Do . goat bootees;
Men's calf Oxford ties;
Do goat slippers;
Do kip boots, thick sole;
Do calf do do do;
Do calf do thin sole;
S Harchimneys. hanging lamps;
Plated castors and extra bottles;;
Misses' and child's ass'd boots,
Tubs, pails, buckets, trunks;
sqpes and buskins. .
M ISCEL. A RT ICLES.
C. S. and W. 8. rocking chairs;'
V. . chairs, looking glasses;
Single and double high-post
Zinc paint, pure lead, and sun
dries too numerous to mention
AFFERS FOR SALE. AT
W market rates a large assortment of Goods, recently receiv
ed from SaaFranciacemd Liverpool,
White cottons, shirtings.
White cotton drill, madapolams.
Fancy drill, printed cords, two-blue prints.
Furniture prints, brown drilling, regatta shirts.
Fancy shirts, white shirts, linen fittings, hickory shirts.
White, colored and fancy striped cotton undershirts, la stings.
Merino undershirts, children s socks, white and red flannel,
White blankets, large assm't of linen drills, French merino,
Duck and trowsenngs, superfine broadcloth, medium do do.
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Orleans silk, poncho cloth,
Embr'd cloth ponchos, monkey jackets, Kusseli cord coats,
Tweed and other trowsers, women's shoes, assorted,
Slen's shoes, ladies' shoes, crape shawls,
Linen camb. hdkfs, silk neckties.
Felt hats (assrtd), cord,
Ladies' riding hats, blue flannel jackets, linen drill pants, ke.
English pie fruits, pickles, sauces, black pepper, white pepper,
Ginger, cinnamon, mace, cloves, oatmeal, table salt, sardines,
Capers,-dried herbs, London malt vinegar, English brown soap,
S.C., Ate, etc
Sheet lead, assorted English files, -
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails,
Garden chairs, bronze hat stands, cook's ladles,
nandsaws, saw sets, assorted corkscrews.
Table knives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Ch'.nt locks, barrel bolts, try pans, anvils.
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates,
Hoop iron, assorted iron, screw wool press,
Garden rollers, iron field gates, hand gates,
Burnished bits, sail needles.
puniptacks,clectro-plated ware, forks, spoons.
Anchors and Chains.
Bottled ale (a first rate article), brandy, gin, draught ale, claret.
Old Tom, hock, crabapple cider, sherry wine, champagne, etc.
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue and white; saddles, bridles, belts, dairy salt;
Liverpool pickling salt, St. I'bes packing salt, pipes;
Blaok, yellow and green paint, hemp rope, Manila rope;
Hemp canvas, osnrtbunr, strong wide bagging, wool hags;
Blacksmith's coal, carriage and other varnishes.
Yellow nappies, table sets, chamber sets, tea sets, bowls, asstd;
Dinner plates, soup plates, o men plates, oat dishes, mugssv
Metal covered jugs and pitchers, etc., etc.
92-tf ROBERT C. JAXION.
RECEIVED PER FANNY MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer in New York, a small invoice
of Davies k Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar shirts . They are selected so that we can fit almost
any size, and afford to sell them 20 per cent less than former
prices, it warns uul a nit. l- b-vu.iiiw u. luu du" . -
ority in every respect over any others in the market at present.
. ..1CA. J LAJ A fl tAJirDE.lilj,
Tailors, cor. King k Fort St.
C. BRAND'S WHALING GUNS, Noa.
C. C. Brand's Bomb Lances, No. 1;
Do do do - do No. 2.
Greener's Whaling Guns;
Do Lances and Harpoons.
84-tf For sale by A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
TkTEW ENGLISH ANCHORS, FROM lOOO
Uf to 2200 nounds: m
New English Stud and Shackle Chain Cables, 1 1-16 to 1 inch J
84-tf tor sale Dy a. j. lAiuntiiuin.
UST RECEIVED FROM SAN
Cisco, and for sale by J-tfi J.
OLD JAMAICA RUM!
XD CHAMPAGNE I Assorted brands for sale at
B. W. FIELD.
)KR RADl'GA. GLASS GLOBES, for fish, going
BED PANS, a new article, and great improvement.
For sale by
38-tf . . ' O. P. JUDD.
TWO LARGE LOOKING GLASSES, with gilt
frame and marble plate, fur saloons, common Looking
Glasses, with do do, for tables, cut-glass Tumblers and Gobblets
For sale by
62-tf . H. HACKFELD A CO.
A CORD for good Fire Wood, on the landing,
near the Custom House. -Apply to
C. A. A H. 1 POOR.
ROLLS WIRE FENCING,
Tor sale by '--"'- '
l-tf -v i - CHAS. BREWER, 2.
. Forss T
1 . E AD PIPE Aborted stses tor aale by
JLd S7-f -
BY JOHN F. COLBUIXN.
School and Missellaatra Cioks!
ON SATURDAY EVENING, ACC.1 t, s
At T O'clock
At the Salesroom of J. F. Colbura, will be sold, a lane and
elegant collection of Books Pictures and Miscellaneous Articles.
Among the ooBection wffl be found marry caoioe Library Works.
Sir Walter Scott's Waverly Novels 12 vols.
Miss Edgeworth's Family Tales 19 vols.
American Encyclopedia IS vols. .
Pickens' Works 11 "ota.
Abbott's NapoMOn vols.
And many othars, a compleU list of which win bs faond ia CU
togtiea, to be had at the A action Room on Bstarday moroiDg.
XT Luck at 9 o'clock. . .
Dry Goods, Hollow Were, 6e.
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST f ft.
At lO O'Cloek, A. Me
the Store of Messrs. Slelchera V Co.,
Will be sold, to close consignments, -Dry
sitks, . ;
And a variety of choice merchandise.
Valuable Property for Sale.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, AT 12 O'CLOCK, Mm
Will be sold at public auction, on the premises, those valuable
premises situated at the earner of Beretania and Garden street,,
Honolulu, well known as the
OA-trtoxr Fremlaefli I
The lot consists of about 13,000 feet, and measures M teat an '
Beretania street, and 13 feet on Garden street. There Is a
large house on the place, containing seven rooms, with out
buildings, water right, etc The lot is capable of treat improve
ment. Title fee simple. Terms made known at time of sale.
For further particulars apply to J. W. AUSTIN,
Administrator of the Estate of Stephen Reynolds,
Or to J. 9. COLBUBN,
PROPRIETOR OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
HAVING IN USE AN
Adams' Imperial Potrcr Press,
RUGGLES CARD PRESS,
AND HAVING AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AND OTHER
The Best Assortment of Plaia and Faner
Cards ever imported,
IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE
seoi, -sol dipnasi
C 3NT T Z 3M Or
IN EVERY VARIETY OF TASTE AND STYLE,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
WAY BILLS, .
CONSULAR BLANKS, '
Will be executed promptly, in a superior manner, and at reason
(Cr Orders, by mail or otherwise, will receive immediate atten
tion. XT Address Henry M. Whitney, Honolulu. Oabu. OT-tf
BY JAMES J. J A RYES. ESQ
THE UNDERSIGNED has received by the ship Eli
za it Ella, from Boston, the following lata publications,
by Mr. Jar res. formerly of Honolulu t
KIANA, a Tale of Hawaii.
This work is founded on one of the ancient traditions of the
Hawaiians, and illustrates their ancient customs and habits. It
is dedicated by the Author to His Majesty Kamehameba IV.
CONFESSIONS OF AN INQUIRER ; or, Why
and What Am I? By J. J. Jarves.
"This is a return ot life experiences in the spheres of the
affections, art and religion. Whatever judgment may be formed
of the author's philosophy of life, no one will question the frank
ness of his confessions. The aesenptivs ponton or society ana
manners in Polynesia, witn particular reference so tue rrm
question of the capacity of the Indian and Negro races for Civili
zation and Christianity, is of particular interest." CrrAanjr.
ART HINTS, on Architecture, Sculpture and
Painting By J. J. Jarre-i.
" America has at last produced a writer what "sy 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 Athtneum.
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jarves. 1st and 2d series.
u Without question, one of the raciest books ever written on
Parisian life and manners." Bolt oh Pont.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numerous illuBtrations By . J.
The sketches of which this volume is com posed, are not only
spirited but informing. They furnish an impressive idea of the
grandeur and the glory and the degradation and shame of mod
ern Italy." Home Journal-. " '
87-tf For sale by H. M. WHITNEY.
TIIE BEST BRANDS OF CHESAPKAKK
Oysters constantly on hand, vis t F -ui, BiKia Co's .
! and LeBarn's. LeBrun's are warranted erior to any In the.
market. For sale by (81-tfl C. A. II. . POOR.
NEW SUFFOLK MILLS FLOUR,
N Q.UARTER-BBL TINS For sale by
B. W. FIELD.
ALL PERSONS IIAVhXG DEMANDS,
atralnst me. will please present them for settlement Imme
diately ; and those indebted are requested to call and settle, or '
their accounts will be lea with an attorney ror collection. .
XT The subscriber hereby rivet notice that bs will pay no
debts contracted without his written order.
- H. MACFAKLAHB.
Honolulu, April 20, 1858, 06-tf .
THE UNDERSIGNED Intends leaving tMi kingdom
soon, and will be glad to receive all bills against him ; '
also he requests that those who are Indebted to him either per- '
sonallv. or as the Agent of the Hudson's Bay Company, will
settle their debts immediately at his office, because ia default of .
paymect such bills will be sued for.
(signeaj nuB&Bt vwmivr.
Honolulu, May, 1868. 98-tf ;
"E CLAMPSUS V." I
mjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
IN Mystic Emblem of the Ancient and Honorable Order of
"EC. V." has been received per bark Yankee, and the under
signed has been duly appointed G. D. K C. V., fat the parrase
of forminff a branch of the G. M. C. in Honolulu. - Resident and
transient brothers will please report themselves en or before the
21 W. of the 4th D. E C. V., so as to be invested with the E. of
our A. and H. Order, K. J. SMITH, King street,
5-tf M. W. D. Q. E C. V., of Hoaotalu. H. I. -
TO THE PUBLIC. s
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO INFORM
the public that they will open a MAaarr on the 1st of July
proximo, at the Country Residence of Mr. P. M ACT XI. Nuuanu
street, where st all times will be found a choice selection of ratsa
cboceribs, at as low rates as can be procured at any store ia
town. Also, assr, fork, mcttok, SACSAGss, tc.. la feet, eve
rything usually found in a well appointed country store.
104-a huij m MAinmi.
DR. PUNUUE, CHINESE PHYSICIAN,
BEGS TO NOTIFY THOSE RESIDENTS
of Honolulu who have In their employ Chinamen addicted -
to the practice of Opium Smoking, that he caa break theas of .
this pernicious habit, after a fortnight's treatment.
XT Apply at bis office, Mauna km street, opposite uotei
rilHE UNDERSIGNED, being about to
JL kingdom for a few months, has appointed
Everett. Esq.. as his Agent. r special Power of Attorney t and
all persons are hereby forbidden to trust any other ea la my
name, either man, woman child.
Lahaina, Dec, g, 185'. TT-Iy
rrruiE undersigned will hot bje
JL oeive Deposits in the Custom Boom Vault, solder existing
MnhtmnL after thia dr. All articles oa nepooK at this date
' can remain until it is convenient so luuwva thesa.
- W. eOODALK,
Honolulu, July 1, 1858. floa-tf OoL Cant of OnstoBis
SAVIDGK BEGS TO INrOOTT HIS .
friend, aa a mutual proteattoa, he will not o- .tur any ,
mil tn Chinaao or Native servanta. aassss they aL t brine
the money, a written order, or s passage aoofc. Kay 1. 1J tf "
NOTICE ', - .
TfS -rr:"T GIVEN, that I hava arpotuted Mr,
Jl j - A. h.iMJ as say Agent, ru Power f Attorn sy
March la, ISM. ttf
fin VtXmXZVZZCO I
W. A. ALDStCH.
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