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Wrudocol himself according to Lis system.
is the Terr quintessence of Chesterfield, to his
L . ... ' ? .4.1.- : k.i.
e indomitable Cruiser might be ridJ-u by a
jcouli lwtn tranquilly to the beet.2 of a
Uj,j stand unappalled, eren if Mrs. Gamp were
Hsh her most imposing umbrella in his face.
w it is true, was a uttie out or eonaiuoa yes-
and bis eye bad a somewhat saddened expres
it his natural remorse for former turbulence
ficient to account for these little symptoms.
promptitude ana aezienty with wnicn he
6t ail VH I j i v. uuu u mw-
.J , Lit m m f ttiaf 1 1A fiail liOWMnA .
be was also a wiser, horse than formerly,
'nlinary "hackney, the property of a gentleman
t was then introduced, and satisfactory evi
(laving been given that he had only receiVed
t lesson on Saturday last, he was duly sub
to the civilizing process, Mr. Rarey lecturing
iruceeded. and giving a clear, satisfactory and
p reason for everything he did. This horse fol
. i i i . -
Elm about, lay aown si inv wura vi commauu,
over on the other side at a motion of his finger,
Mr Rarer to sit on his withers, to place his
. . i . i 1, i.:- e i
k-tween BIS UlUtl tej, iv uib wig w-
Knd, finally, " teat a arum ,au rouna mm.
Aw'the pupil was in the best of humors all
h tbe lesson, indeed was quite frisky and play-
unteered an encore 01 me ne aown ana turn
ipnipnt. and seemed to be quite exhilarated
t,e consciousness of his own manifold accom-
the great novelty or tne aay was me introuuc
the zebra of the African desert, the latest pupil
lUrev's school, and one with which (although
matefy expects to drive him through Hyde
h . -ct makes his account to have a great deal
ible- The specimen introduced was the most
id f ur-footedJbeast we have ever seen, with
rfect symmetry of form, bright glossy coat of
bet onnanion anu uwprsi w.,uuju-bi
-.('flashed lurid fire as he made his appear-
, - :ti l : .1 i
the lists. 1 n.13 pupil u hiiii vuij tu me ruui-
and veil out his " Propria qua marious" in
. i - . . .T. Yin. Via 1.IM if nVttrtll1oM
Wirhen he is told though not with the grace
kliue of his more civilize! school-fellows
ver with a helpless wnine 01 aespair ana sense
,i -irii.n, and fin Uiy admits tdat even he, the
. autameable f teed of the desert, has at length
firm although gentle master.
we ma-t confess that when at first we heard
k Rirey was going to introduce a zebra to his
we hd a shrtw.j supic!oa inai somexinng
leatrical coup was contemplated, and that
nerab'e " woolly hCrsef who had prhaps
of ue!f w and attraction. Kut all suspicion
,rt w lisp-lle.l when we saw this wild fero-
limal, so beasitifiii, and yet so terrible in its
fi.;!..w the grent horse turner reluctantly into
There was soaiethinz psifively unearthly
:r-in with which he stinted the company;
fu t f the t.rrie bein; only breast high
ft one p-ron who wis present aNut making
cjk'uUtijns a. to his prolable stock of agil-
liy nfwn the ground, h kept np a low
,tuy. whi.-n a per.n a-qn intei with
.iTnVtin Iin'iii niizhf, no ilotihr, have i
this fell" where he Maud, nrid to ku k out
n of thr-e injpertitient lkerw on ,immeli-
-erwanl; bat, upfortun itelv, tliere'S no ju--
re'-rs nw -dij; o I have nitiiing fr it
e qaf . n-l to teh tve myelf henc'firth and
:i a cii!iil qu:idrupei and eentletiian."
; c-lir of pn-irii.imv w.-iw pi ni 10 inn rrans-
i the .iW'ieDt conduct or this iteriutitui and
I ne-1 I-'nion. He re tire-1 s?owly and with
rifh"r m I th in sulky in his deportment,
j of flvini oream as be parsed throotrh hi
.r, h:id"one gentle nip at the groom who held
r;,r !irn. a:iL subsequently permitted a lady
iction, who w-w present, to stroke him down
t in his stv.Ie exhausted after his recent ex-
or pos-.t'ly, conning over bis lesson against
enuinated the dy's lecture or lesson, which-
a It 1 1 .
:nay oeca:iei. ah present expresseu inem-
only completely satisnea, iut proionnaiy
H with the oundness and novelty of Mr.
fTtem. and retired with the most favorable
e'nces of him.elf, of his clear natural intelli
cbvioos earnestness and faith in his dis-d-1
cf apcrobation of the kindness, gentle-
i 6)rbearnee which he never failed to incul-
be great leading characteristics of his school.
E. BRISTOL BRICK. ASS'D XAILS,
-t" handled stes. charcoal irons, wrought spikes,
!iaadle. par Inci. whalers' spades.
-rct:is.g,'a;es, file, planters' hoes, bog hoes,
L -c.ehiH hantllr", knife cle iners,
i fiue, hra.1 anrl monlding planer,
-t hamiwri, blind hiogt. wrought nails.
Y :oe. tSurd' study Umps, fish awl chalk lines,
xpi-W. u;rTii neeilles, shot belts,
H caKors, rlatrd f-rlnnd spool).
yi knives, wire rat traps, horse rasps.
1 iharpeflen. shinzlin:; hatchets, copper tacEa, .
levels, tea traj, ttrx brushes, an-I cams.
vi anil oi rotes, r-rn stiellers, grain cradles.
y- pfr. in rte-l. pnd anl center bits.
fc-s-d durk fir camasre tops, new saddles,
;d im&Ut'ioes, rnmltooe uxturvs,
F.pe. i. t. li. 1. and 2 inches,
m poici's So. 1. 2.3,4,3, 6. guarded lanterns,
Tne nest trunks, nail rods,
I mh, szlo. lDxli, 10x14.
k and biiixU. i. 1 inch and 1 inch hose,
Vh. enrlol hair, feather pillows,
-it eUe, bosh and grass scythes,
7 eha4DS, cast steel picks,
I ims lucks, nortice chiseb. brass cocks, ass'd.
Y-rtm. town ihA, scutia and bead planes,
Miucx,iiCi itiA suooihing planes,
-A ttcet square, h-tnd scres. asorted.
e staoes and riiQes, SMh fasts, cloat nails,
kiaia bra and C-e pots, bake, kettles, - - .
knivn. (Kl pens, 303, 404,
a rinr. .drr Basks. iYory handled knives,
t. Lly't pemusHia cap, silver thimbles,
owe4 nwo, axe hatchets, boys' axes, .
i n-tur- koot, r.izor strops and razors,
' ;rili. heeitarruws, hay cotters.
hi pan.bantrss leather.
f-w. Japan, brass and silver moan ted.
p kav, fiUr lamps, assorted, solar wicks,
nia bmi, shove; and tongs.
i hai-l t r E:le plow No. 2,
an-"-!, i square, swede's irou,
inch rad inn. nests buckets and boxes.
f al d.ilA- hed-Krads.-
Drr floods, &C.
i k ins. nnuo, ScAch diapers and napkins.
"J oniti icnsiir.s, fast roiors.
T rl prints, tmalt figure,
riiits. aMte ground,
!, pa-. cambric,
and genu' L. C. handkerchiefs.
acd miswV white lu.se,
4, -4 and 11-4 sheeting.
drtitimz. hr-.wn tnttom, tk-king. etc..
t variety -rf tiouds, in svire and to arrive, fw sale by
E. . HALL.
JIIK I'MIERSIGXF.D OFFERS
Ihe prmisrs (at present uccnpled by I.im-fc3r
) silaaord on the WaikiU Road, ahtiat Hun
(own. hvid (rrmises contain about fnur acres of cul
t we!l Sliced with UW ELUVi ut t-K and all ne-d-hies
; atao, siae fii Fish Potuls. containing
w - Amaawa." anoot 40O0 which are fit Vr mar
e are aiso a great variety of Fruit Trees, native and
2-ti.er with Shade. Trees uf al kiud, suitable to the
,etc. The laud is under fw cultivation, and the
f own I lnpecti-o at all times.
MJJUt: half cash, half six mout I a. Title fee-simple.
Apply to R. V. PPEII'KV.
Or A. J. CAKTW RIQITT.
TOWN BKEF" MAHKEf
a sir. a .liii.njib.ii.O
fj '' opened the above Hand fori
ft'- porpow of carrying on the
r Balfheriav tl (unda
-ir Burxrt supplied with the best Br.rr, Pore. Mrr-
v.r., arm evertrdng pertaining to the Botcher! ng
Tne-ukfal fnr past evirs. they st.licit acontlnuall'io
"l patrorage btttrto bestowed on thm. and res-
vite thr pnhlie toeall and rx.imlne theqnalitv of the
-T le daily at the TUWJt MARKET, Kl
"le J.T. Waterhouse's mannahi store.
GEO KUK KISF.LT.
Late of Washlngtoo Market.
S. II. BEATTY.
MILY COOKING STOVES!
GETHJER SUPERIOR TO EVERT
id imnnrted . RlVsriTi: mA rsuRP.'V lloirN".
fcT0VE3, Sos. 0, 1, 3, 4 and 6, by tbe clipper
" " - Jioontain wave, for sale by
K. O. BALL.
TS, OILS, TURPENTINE, &c.
VCII ZIXC IX TIX. PCRET WIIITK
"T red lead, yellow ochre in oil. black paint, verdi-
and Paris green, Vandyke brown. Unseed and ko
ntine; coach, white aad copal varnish, gold and siU
i.iher, Venetian rd in oiL paint and sash brushes,
fWy, on band and toarrive, fur sale by
I u n ft 9 r
Em. Jm IIAI .
XICS' CHEAP BOARDING HOUSE!
lAIIOtAXC STREET, IN FRONT
"nek's Beataorant. .
fast at . ... ... 6 A. M.
pat , . . . . . . . . Noon.
. . - - ( P. M-
P-w3 tr Week. 113-5m
BBLS. WAIMEA PICK LED EISF,
r Liverpool and Turks' Island salt, and warranted
fjwim any elanate.. For sale by
, . . A. J, USIHIW .1.
HAWAII AH BEEF.
.tBSCRIRPD wfll . Mntlv' o l band
Hawaiian Beef, packed la Turks Island salt, a- Z war-
i supervtaion of James Makee, aq., for s s wy
?!ZiM MANILA COaDAOR- rJi)
2 COS';; -:
rlIIE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE
M. Mone at theh- Savinfr Bunk upon the following terms:
On wmi at f3O0 or muter, from one penort, thuy will )tarir
terrrt a the rate of trlgM prr cvnt. per annum, frwu dote of re
ceipt, on all sums thit eliall lwe ivntaiued la dtxwit three
months, or have been in deoait three months at the time of
maVina np the yearly accmutt.
Noiuttrrest will be allowed on money withdrawn within three
mimths from th ilate of l-pnit.
Thirty days' uttticemuxt be iriven at the Bank of an Intention
to withdraw any money ; and the Depositor's funs-Book most
be prodnoed at the same time.
No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the Depositor
accompanied by the irojer Pass-Biok. '
On the first day of September of each year, after lg53, the ac
counts will be made op, and interest on all suras that shall hare
remained on deposit three months or more, and unpaid will be
credited to the depositors, and from that date form part of the
Bams of more than $300 will be received, subject to special
The Bank will be open every 4ay In the week except Sundays
and Holidays ; and on Saturdays will be open until S o'clock,
p-' BISHOP it CO.
Honolulu, August 14, 1858. 113-tf
TIIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE,
THE CARGO OF THE BlTISH BARK
VHIC SAILED FROM LIVERPOOL
w v jiay ioui, isas, consisting ot
Bales fancy prints, bales muslin, a complete assortment blankets;
Alpaocas. plaids, fl.ru red lustres. Orleans. BruwU rarM-
Velvet carpets. Mack doeskin, velvet rues, blue twilled flannel:
Moleskin, cotton umbrellas, silk umbrella. Virnria i.n.
Turkey red handkerchiefs, cotton handkerchiefs, regatta shirts:
Fancy shirts, white shirts, superior white shirts, jean shirts;
Mosquito netting, felt hats, an assortment of clothing, fine hosiery;
Linen thread, silk thread, assorted men's and women's shoes;
Keeling jackets, pilot coats and trowsers, fancy drills;
White sheeting, brown hollands, linen cambric handkerchiefs;
White damask table covers- huckahaclc towelimr hit .1 -,-..
Shirtings, madapuUms, grey d- -mestics, fine and good white calico.
60 tons rice,
-Casks bottled ale and porter,
lihds draught ale.
Cases fancy biscuits.
An invoice of Koskili's EnglUh watches,
snns fencing wire,
A small iron safe,
2 copying- presses.
Assorted hoop iron.
Assorted round and square iron;
20 boxes IX tin plates,
A sheets lead,
- English whi'e l-ad. paints and oiL
Also expected ria San Francisco!
Serge and flannel shirts.
On llnnd :
Liverpool and St L'bes salt,
En:lih groceries, pie fruits, pickles,
Eiij-'lisb. brown soap.
Slates ami fire bricks,
Anchors and chains,
Saddl-ry. etr etc.
And a very varied a-'rtm-nt of Pry I.-k1 and Sun lri.-s.
XT An invoice i NEW li UIS is exnerte.1 hirtlv f ni San
Francisco. lOH-tf UMI'.EKT C. JKSIOS.
n"r"y pu"lif mm ire. tnt he is
prepHr--d to run, trit. or rack hi h ire,
t be namr-d b-r-aftfr. wiihoot limit of
, against ANT HORSE that can be ir -lii--l on the ll;ira
iian Island, fir any amonnt n4 to exr--el $1000, nor b-ss than
$100. Race to emit !T on the Waiuiea Trark.
J. L LoSO FORI).
Waimea, nawaii, Au-ut 19, lS.Vt. 113-tf
H HERE.tS. . LIBF.I, II ATII BKEX
filed in the Court of Admiralty of the Hawaiian
Kingd--m. by Aher B Bates. Esq, as lr-ictor of
John Tlvanas Waterhoue. Lihellant. resident of
Flonoluln. against tbe American Mii John Mnrahnll, of
which J. L. Pendleton is Master, her boat, tackle, apparel and
furniture, and against all persons Intervening T.r their interest
therein, in a eUM of contract, civil and maritime, for reasons
! and causes in said Libel mentioned, and praying the usual pro- '
j oess and monition of the Court in that behalf to he made :
! Now, then-fire, all persons In any way intrreted In said ship,
' are hereby notified to be and appear belore the said Court, to
' he hekl on the 2d asf mf September next, at the Court
; House in Hooolulu. at 12 o'clock, norm, if lr same shall be a
day of jurisdiction ; otherwise, on the next day cf jurisdiction
thereafter ; then and there to interpose any claim they may
. have to the said ship, her tackle, apparel and furniture, and
to make their allegations in that charge.
W. C. PARKE, Marshal.
Honolulu, Augnst 19, 1333. 112-2
PER MOUNTAIN WAVE "
A TOXS FRKSII POM) BOSTON" ICE,
T-Vr 3 patent Britannia Ice lltcher.
j - 3 Silver listed Ice Pitcher",
13 chest Kcfrigerators, assorted sizes,
12 1'pright do do do,
10 Tank do (for Hotel,)
2 doeen Patent Ice Cream Freezers, ass'd sizes,
1 Water Coolers.
24 Ice Cream Moulds.
The above Ice and assortment of sundries calculated for the
use of Ice, are expected ahont the 20th of !?eptemlert and are of
fered ftir sale by the nONOLULl" ICE Co.
J12-tf C. H. LEWER. Proprietor.
FOR SALE BY
G O D F R E Y R II O D E S :
OCKS. SA I'TERXES AND CLARETS,
ef various bra ml sand qualities;
Champagne, Cherry Cordials;
Very superior Sherries;
Fine old port;
Old Jamaica Rum, a superior article;
Hollands Gin, in one dozen and Urge cases;
Old Tom, Monongaliela Whisky;
Brandies, Bitters, etc., etc. 113-tf
FEET. 2 IXCII, 27 TO 30 FEET
2174 feet, 1 Inch, 25 to IS tret Jong,
oS feet. 1 Inch. 12 feet and upwards,
Of New Hampshire pature oak. selected by a shipbuilder, and
expected by "Mountain Wave," September 20, Is offered for
sale by 112-tf J C. II. LEWER3, Fort street.
THE FMIERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
furnish to the Honolulu public the f blowing, on the most
rereonable terms :
In any ouantity, for bnilding and other purposes, at so much
each. In the rough, or nt squared, for foundation to buildings,
at so much per ox cart load. Steps and Poor or Window Sills
and Caps, with smooth surface, cut out In any size to suit.
Lime. Fir Wssl,
Ballnat fmr Veiwrlf. .
1 1 idea, ShrrpsklBs, iierna, otr.
J. I. POWSETT.
TO CAPTAINS OF COASTERS AND OTHERS.
RCXSWICK GREEX. VERDIGRIS.
Chrome Green and i ellow, eimw wnre, . einrv.au i-,
n : ui. Unatii.h Rrown. I'niber.
Boiled Unseed Oil. Turpentine. White Lead, (extra pure,)
Zinc white. Lamp Black. White Varnish.
h V,u.l In ooantities to Suit. Ot C II. !. ttW,
v . . , . rsn wo Tt s -W
11R JXDERSIG Kl 11. ri ni"
r' . .......IDWIIOD If I'll
nnil a Cortnersliip unat-r tne . -
for the purpose ol transaamB a t'-o-r-i un. ........
therewith a tS.O ISS BANK. " -;'".
W. A. ALDRICH.
Honolulu, August 12, 18M. 113-W
A XI LA
CORDAGE, small six-s,
j puny am,
Martin and Batlin.
For sale b v
CIIAS. BREWER, 2d.
.o mriPir roMMRCI A L AD-
II vertiser bound and for sal
II. M. WIIIT,VK
OSAGE OKANGE SEED,
JtnTuRKCK1VEI A1 P"M:
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES.
ntdx BEST SHAVED WHITE
99,000 Cedar Shingles, per - Ilsrriet Jea-sTe,-
for'saleby 112-fl C. H. LB tK3, Fort St.
NEW SUFFOLK MILLS FLOUR,
50 CASES TURNER'S GINGER WINE,
iF.R YANKEE For sale by
C. L. RICHARDS h. CO.
A SMALL QUANTITY OF PCRE FIN
BRAN 0Y, warranted suerior to any in the market.
AUoCa.es genuine Ilosteuer's bitters. Fr tale by
" J. C. 8PAL1USU,
vrti V IXSTRL'MENTS, LUNAR OB-
serrations, and every
branch necessary for an accotu
tbe most thorough and practical
, DANIEL SMITH,
Residence, Smith street.
plished Navigator, taught in
FOR SALE OR HIRE!
VET SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES
with Plate or Wooden Beds, and PHKLAN'8 CLLfc
BRATED COMBINATION CUSHIONS, all complete. Also
On hand, extra Cloth, Bails, Cues, Was, Pockets, Ac. Apply t e
jojf - K. BUKOlSStf
FOUR DRUMS CODFISH.
DRUMS SUPERIOR CODFISH Kx "Tan
tJe" forsmlebr 10-tfJ C. L. K1CIIABD8 t CO.
CALIFORNIA WHITE WINE.
OK. CASES CALIFORNIA VIIITE WINE
V Ji . , vrrniRTia It
OV05 'ANNINO MILLbe
IVEW GOODS !" HEW GOODS
;? FOR SALE TQ A11RIVE -
BTom Boston Direct
- EXPECTED IN AUGUST:
Ifk BARRELS CAROLINA R1CE
VF 1 bla cloves; .
"8 bai pepper; . I
1 kex nutmegst vr
10 boxes corn starch; ,
60 keps split peas;
10 hair bbls currants;'' 1 -T "
100 half boxes raisins;
. 100 quarter boxes raisins;
100 boxes Winchester's 8. W. soap; -10
boxes saleratus, (1 tb papers;)
600 quarter boxes tardiness .
20 eases "St, Cair" and " Cpton's" tobacco 8's, 100 fts each
6 cases Sweet Oranee cavendish" tobacco 100 fhs each;
5 eases Emmet's "Sweet Orange" cavendish tobacco 201bt ea;
zu nan ooxes aounie renned kar sugar;
60 half bbls do e- -i crushed sugar; ;
6 No. 4 whalemen's w.uuoses. with extra eoniier fixtures:
10 No. 3 favorite pattern " Koger Wiliiams" stoves, eomplete,
with pipe and fixtures the best pattern ever imported Into
0 Honolulu for family use. Over 400 stoves have been sold
by the subscriber, and in "no case has any complaint been
10 No. 4 stoves of the same pattern.
62 dozen 2 lb tins oysters beat, put np expressly for Honolulu,
taken mm tne sueu within ten days of saiungof "gyren.'
M doc l ib (ins oysters;
20 dox 1 lb .tins green corn; . -
20 dos 1 tb tins fresh clams;
40 dos 2 tb tins do do;
20 dos I tb tins lobsters; -
60 dos 2 tb tins preserved meats;
48 tins smoked herring;
10 dot cans (1 tb) raspberry jam;
10 dox cans do strawberries, preserved;
4 dot preserved peaches, (2 tb cans);
8 doz apple pulp, do;
20 dot Verdale olives;
60 doz 1 tb cans assorted soups;
20 dos 1 tb cans soup and boulhe;
10 doz 21b cans chicken;
. 10 dos 2 lb cans turkey ;
20 dot 2 tb cans assorted broths;
6 bbls cider vinegar;
80 tins each of butter, wine, soda, oyster and
60 doz denim pants;
12 doz red flannel shirts;
1 '10 doz blue do do;
3 dot grey do do;
. 25 doc each linen drill frocks and pants;
28 doz angola gents' half hose;
22 doz i do . ribbed do;
5 cases I'xbridge 4-4 white sheetings;
6 bales Western State 4-4 brown do;
6 bales Suffolk extra heavy denims;
5 eases Phetucket blue drills;
3 bales Peperel Bro do;
6 cases Merrimac two blue prints;
2 bales Thorndyke ticks;
2 bales Imperial royal blue flannels,
62 pairs heavy 7 tb blankets all wool;
2 cases extra fine satin jeans;
100 riding saddles, (complete);
10 dox charcoal irons:
25 doz heavy handled axes u Underhill'in;
20 bbls Wilmington pitch;
60 nests llinglmm boxes;
50 ne-ts covered bucket;
10 dz 3-tiooped paim-d paiU;
16 nests (H in nest) 1i I nil-;
20 bars shot;
5 cases stout brogam;
400 16. 17 and 18 feet oars;
50 bolts cotton duck, Nos 1 to 10;
100 kegs nails.
Wine nnd Spirit.
SO 10-ga!ln kt'gs Mononfrutichi whisky;
50 10-iriillon kegs X. K rum;
50 lo-ir;i!l'i ki-irs Aim-ru-an brandy;
10 e:ises Bnker't hitlers:
50 cases champagne cider;
SO d -z pints Albany lile;
50 1"Z do d porter.
Per "Moantiiin'WaTe," expected in
800 eallons let boiled oil;
75 Tenisce. ri.ling saddles complete;
2uiM) tL navy brea.l;
50 half bbls crushed sucar;
25 half boxes loaf do;
25 tiKhth casks American brandy.
Per Voting Creek," expected in August.
150 16, 17 and 18 feet oars;
2 coils ea. Manila rope, 1. H, II, 2, 2i, 2, 2, 3 In.
30 hales cotton duck. Nos 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9.
V4 kegs assorted nails;
40 lbs Prussian blue paint;
10 lbs chrome yellow do;
, 50 Jh chrome green do;
10 tbs Vermillion; .
10 tbs French blue;
60 charcoal Irons;
6 No. 4 stoves " Roger Williams;",
5 hales hops;
, I cases hops. 1 tb papers;
' 100 bbls extra prime pork;
200 bbls OalU go flour;
11,000 ths pilot bread;
23,000 th navv bread;
100 tins assort"! crackers;
20 half bbU nc-w Ooshen butter;
25 half bbls new apples;
116 small cheeses, in tins;
100 whole boxes raisins;
200 half do do;
100 boxes 8. V. soap;
C raks Zante currants;
25 kits No. 1 mackerel;
8 cases (20 Jb) bags table salt;
15 cases Bixou's half lb tobacco;
50 boxes champagne cider;
50 boxes porter pintSylOOdoz;
10 bbls old Bourbon whisky;
10 10-gallon kegs prime Bourbon whisky;
20 fr-gallon kegs do do do;
SO 2-ga!lon kegs superior and extra whisky;
10 octaves 'Kivierre" brandy;
10 d : Pinet Castillon & Co." brandy;
6 quarter casks "Duff Gordon" pale sherry;
25 bales gunny bags;
44 dot grey llannel shirts;
9 doz scarlet do do;
4 dot blue do do;
30 doz denim pants;
32 doz denim frocks;
13 bales Amoskeag sheetings 1-4 brown;
5 bales do drills do;
10 bales Otis denims;
7 luiles Cordis drills 4-4 brown;
1 case Lancaster stripes;
1 case Anchor do;
6 hair bbls hide poison.
irr For sale to arrive, on liberal terms, by
lOSHf J. C. SPALDIN0.
JITST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE I
EX " MELITA," FROM BOSTON.
MEN'S GRAINED SEA BOOTS,
IK air Boots; .Men s tvip ao;
Do Calf Congress Boots;
Men's Calf pat. leather glove top Congress Boots.
Men's bl. cloth tip'd Coug. boots, Ladies' Fr. kid buskins,
Ho calf Oxford ties, i
Do morocco do,
Do calf wide strap shoes.
Do P. L. wide strap do,
Do goat slippers.
Do fane; carpet slippers.
Do cork soles,
Boys' calf hoots.
Youth's calf boots.
Boys calf brogans.
Youths' cair brogans,
Ladies' pat. cf. silk Conirress,
Do plain do do,
TV. It. kid sliriiers.
Do cork soles.
Misses' goat luce boots,
Do 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, slice thread, pegs, etc.
108tf - J. H. WOOD
JUST RECEIVED EX " MELITA."
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF PAINTS AND
OILS : White Lead, pure, extra and No. 1, -Zinc
paint, Paris green, chrome green;
Verdigris, kegs Venitian red.
Kegs French yellow, chrome yellow In oil,
Tins Prussian blue, putty,
White chalk and whitinir.
Best boiled oil. 2d quality do.
Raw and kukui oil, turpentine.
H02m Pit sale by s II. DIMOND.
rBlIIE UNDERSIGNED INTENDS LE.4V-
I ing the Kingdom on or about the first of January next, and
notiasall persons having claims a?ainst him to present them
on or b. f .re the Brst of November. 1S58. Thankful for the many
favors he has rrfved at the hands of the pub ie of Ilonololn, he
w-rtild resnevtrully recommend his brother. 8. H. Ilfc-ATTY, who
haSnUreS his Interest h, the "TOWN MARKET," for a
share of their liberal patronage
Honolulu. Julv 31. 1S. 110-lm L. F. BEATTT.
YELLOW METAL, &c.
CIASES VELLOW METAL, ASSORTED
' sixes; kegs Composition Nails, assorted sixes. For sale by
109-lf a- tll'L,D-
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS REMOVED
his AUCTIO.S HLSiXESS to the New Slore onWueen
street, "Janio's Block." A. P. JiVEBBTT,
IWulu.July 14,li5S. 107-tf Auctioneer.
1CST RECEIVED THE ejWBALOGI-
J cal Tree of our Savior drawn and litbographeu by W m.
BinRbmm- F0r "to br II. M. -WHITNEY.
PATENT PENCIL SHARPENERS,
CONSIDERED AS INDISPENSABLE AS
a pocket knito. "r saia y
n. M. WHITNEY.
GORDON'S RASPBERRV SYRUP Per Tan-
kee," for sale by
0. U BICHARDS CO.
' C0ZZENS' PALE SHERRY.
TOZZENS PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
imported -for sale by - c RICIIARD3 CO.
L7PERIOR FIRE AND TIIIE' -KUU
made by Mm Denio Robert-, LTto
fnEN TIERCES BOSTON SUGAR-CURED
1 HAMS, ' Fortleby
CHA&. BBBWKB, to.
Joking stoves, any one caboose,
CHAS. BREWER, to.
arvna ilirtK POISON.
Jk I n. ""J" for sale by
CHAA. BREW EE, to
ENGLISH WHITE ' '"-''
42-tf i -A. J- CAETWMQHT.
HITS LEAO, C5 I KEGS, u ; -
, r . . ; CHA0. VRKWR t.
J1TT.0T A n R f 7 13 ID ' !
TIIE BEST ASSORTED '
STOCK 1 TOW!
, TO BE SOLD REASONABLE,
' at tiie ' -;
New Fire-proof Store on the Wharf,
' OPPOSITE MAKEE AND ANTHON's BLOCK.
WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL MERCHANT,
HAS JUST RECEIVED. PER MELITA.
ENGLISH and AMERICAN GOODS a choice as
sortment. Also, per late arrivals, a large quantity of
Cheap Saddles. . .
-" Whip. " '
Saddlery Fixings, Including whole Hides, Enameled Leather, and
. t'uruiture for Carriages. . . , . .
fiilk rmbrellas. Linen Handkerchiefs,
20 cases blue Cottons,
Bales heavy Denims, Blankets, ;
Hollow Ware, . .
' 85 cases Calf Brogans, Kip Brogans, Boots,
A good variety of English Shirts, Blue Shirts,
Hats of various styles.
Prints, new patterns,
Steamboat Irons, Collins Axes,
Silk Uandkercbiefs, colored and black,
- -. Pilot Coats, flne Kersey Pants,
White Linen Pants, Moleskin Pants,
Cheap Pants, 8atiuet Pants, Hickory Shirts,
Hosiery, Drawers and L'ndershirts,
Black Lace Falls.
Silk Velvet, Ribbons, black Eilk Hdkfs, . . . ;
Brown Cottons, brown Drills, blue Drills,
Willow Wagons and Basket Ware,
Victoria Lawns, Sewing Cotton, Cutlery, '
Aad a very La rye -Variety " Other Good a.
107-tf JOHN THOMAS WATERH0CSE.
!' TIIJ tllJVE
e-lebrated Hitters, Just received p?r "Fanny Major," and
t T sale by
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
New Goods, cx Bark " Melha."
XS. CODFISH KITS NO. 1 MACKEREL;
Kim cod tonguex,
Caseslurd, in tin, 10 fcseach.
Corn meal, in tinv
Ground rit, in tins,
Carolina rice. In bbls,
Boston smoked hams, '
Water crackers, - - -Butter
107-tf - At 8. SAYIDGE'S."
IS IIEREBV GIVEN, that the undersigned has been
appointed Attornev In fact for Mrs. Charlotte Coady, sole
execntri of the last Will ami Testament of the late Richard
Coady. deceased, probate of which Will has been (rrsnted to her
by the Supreme Conrt The wnrtersigtied Is authorized to act
for the said Charlotte Coady. and to execute In her name all
instruments In relation to the Rotate of the said Richard Coady,
deceased, and to transact all business connected with the wind
ing np of his Interest in the firm or R. Coady & Co.
All persons'liidebted to said estate or tothe firm of It. Coady
k Co., will please make payment of their accounts to the under
signed, and persons having claims against said Estate or said
firm of R. Coady & Co., will please present them for settlement.
FRED. L. HANKS.
Honolulu, Aug. 11. 1858. 111-tf
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTXERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between WILIIKLM & NOLTE. in the Coffee Sa
loon business, corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets, has been
dissolved. All claims against the firm, np to the first of last
une. will be satisfied by the undersigned ; and all persons in
debted to the said Arm, are requested to make immediate pay
ment to . O. WILHELM.
Honolulu, August 6, 1858. lll-3t
HOSE WHO "WISH TO
purchase, can, by calling on the un-
ders'gned, convince themselves that
G rover Ac linker's Family Machines ,
are to be preferred to everv other, for six good reasons.
100-tf G. P. Jl'DD, Agent in the Haw. Islands.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
FROM THE NEW CROP. FROM TIIE
EA S T MA UI PLAJSTTA TIOJST,
For sale by (36-tf) . H- HACKFELD k Co.
For Sale to Arrive !
SAMPLES OP GOOOS. ETPRESSLV SE-lecb-d
for this market, to arrive per CANDACE. from
Hamburg, due here in September, have Inn been received per
FANNY MAJOR, via Panama, and will be offered lor sale by
the undersigned to arrive.
03-tf JlALKt CLU SL W.
RECEIVED BV LATE ARRIVALS
60 reams white ruled cap pier,
60 reams blue unrated cap paper,
20 reams white and blue ruled paper,
150 reams assorted qualities blue ruled letter paper, .
100 reams assorted qualities white ruled letter paper,
60 reams white, blue and plain note paper.
125 reams various qualities this French, English and Amer
ican letter and flatcap papers.
For sale cheap ny
68-tf H. 5t. WHITNEY.
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
(irtllARLES HEIDSIRt'K Al CO." The best
J Wine ever drank on these Islands. For sale by
lOH-tf C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
A FIRST-RATE ARTICLE FOR SALE
in quantities to suit, at
108-tf - GEO. O. MCLEAN'S STORE, Auuanast.
mTaTILSOV fc FAIRBANKS OLII IIOUK-
bon Whi-ky A
doeen of tbis superior whisky for
C. L. RICHARDS it CO.
ale by . lOi-tf
BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
LD BOCHBON AND MAGNOLIA Wilis-
k v. In 10-gallon packages, in bond or duty pain, lor sate Dy
104-tf C. L. RICHARDS A CO!
ALIIAMBRA RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
N CCA NIT STREET. ABOVE TIIE COR
ner of Hotel street, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands.
TT Lunch at all hours Meals 25 cents.
99tf R. V. SPEIDEN, Proprietor.
PER RADCCA. GLASS GLOBES, mr Dsn, going
fast? , . '
BED PANS, a new article, ana great improvement.
For sale by
88.tr . G. P. JCDD.
EAIT DE COLOGNE. In chara. notties, oo eigni-oor-.
ner bottles. Lubtn's extract, Florida Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum, etc., etc.
sor "y .
ALIFORNIA CHEESE -
Half boxes Raisins,
Jniube Paste. - For sale by
B0-tf . : . . T. M0SSMAN & SON. .
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPfe!
ENU1NE LUBIN'S EXTRACTS For sale by
irELLOW PINE 1 1-4, AND SPUCE T-8
and grooved Flooring,
per H Eliza Ella.
O. H. LEWERS.
LD SAZERAC AND MARTELL BRAN-
A-w in bona nr flut v naid lor sale bv
104-tf- .. . , ...C. If RICHARDS S UO
ranrrir. lrwniCRSiaiVTCD haveheaiuveu
Ml to Makee h. Anthon's flre-proof building, up stairs; over
the store of W
A. A Id rich.
C. A. k H. 1". POOR.
... RED WOOD. - ;
ASCPERIOHLOT OFBOARDSaad CLAP
BOARDS, for. ato by ; ...,..- w ma
TT ATENT SPRING BEDS Made to order by
Ir riasa w mrnr. (.binel Maker. -:
74f .... mvm
1. T. VfflRHOW
FREIC1TT FOR NEW BEDFORD.
T : TO A 1 CLIPPER SHIP' ,. '. .
Golden Eagle, . 1
liao tons Register, Captain E. HARDING, wflr sail for New
Bedford with dispatch. Captain Harding is an experienced
whaling captain, and Shipper of 00 may rely upon the beat of
care being bestowed on such aa may be shipped. The ship if
provided with a force pomp and hose to wet oil.
This ship will be followed by the Ships ANGLO SAXON,
MART ROBINSON and GLADIATOR. -For
freight or passage apply to
Honolulu, July 22, 1868. 108-tf D. C. WATERMAN tt CO.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT I
THS CLIPPER SHIP
1094 Tons, Captain JOHN
Will have dispatch for New Tcrlc
apply to 10S-4f
For freight ot passage
R. COADY Jt CO.
Ships of Good Capacity
Return Cargoes, or
o 3EE -A. n t 33 n m ,
V . ' TO LOAD WITH
GUAJYO AT JARV1S ISL.AIVD
f AND PROCEED DIRECT
F10 NEW YORK OR ANY OTHER PORT
in the United States, that may be agreed on. - Moorings
to be provided, and the Guano brought within reach of ships'
tackles by the Agent on the Island. .
For further particulars, freight oreharter, apply to th"! under
signed, at his Office, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Hono
lulu. " . ' - G. P, JUDD,
, Agent or the AMERICAN GUANO COMPANY.
Honolulu, March 1, 1358. 88-tf
ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE U. 8.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS .
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May r Jane,
September ana' December.
- For further particulars see special advertisements in daily
papers of the above months. " :
For freight or passage toor drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
. Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston,
or to B. W FIELD,
Honolulu, 8. 1-
: B. W. Field, - - Honolulu.
Button Co. - - - New York.
Cook & Snow, - - -t New Bedford.
Freeman & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
33 XL 3 31. ESS,
On the 5th. and 20th of each Month,
p . TO ALL PARTS OF THE
vjfiS? United State. Swath America.
AfV'iP Caaada and Earape.
CON.NBCTINU S SEW TORK WITH THK AMERICAX-El'ROPSA!f BX
PRKS8 COMPaST TO ECROFB.
GOLD DUST. COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which U promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leavinir Panama on the 14th and 29th of each mouth. -
XT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and express business, attenaea to witn aipatcn,
A. P. EVERETT, ---- Honolulu
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco
WELLS, FARC-JO & CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable iarcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells. Farm) Co.. San Francisco or tv lorn. Also
Wells. Fargo & Co.'s franked U. 8. Government envelopes,
which Pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to ew I or.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1336-tf. ; . K. COADY & CO.. Agents
rkFFERS FOR SALE
in lots to suit purchasers, at
J the lowest prices, the following merchandise
Grey merino shirts.
While ami grey merino drawers
Check linen shirts,
White L B shirts.
Daraask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
Red flannel . M
Blue flannel shirts,
Black and brown felt hats.
Colored India satin.
Women s white cotton hose,
with oil silk covers, White linen handkerchiefs.
Boala and Sheen.
Goat husk ins, .
Calf Congress boots,
Eii'nid leather Congress boots.
Assorted pickles, half gals, -"
Gherkins, half gals,
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves. Fine cut tobacco, in tin ion.
Snoeriar Black Tea.
Water and butter cracTers, Soda, oyster and sugar crackers,
Chain cables, Russia cordage, assorted sizes,
M:inila whale line, iuauna conmpr, aasorwcu o,
Sail needles. Cut nails, lanterns,
Paint oil, turpentine, composition nans.
Pure and extra white lead, copper noai nans.
1 French bedstead.
Solar side lamps
Drab office chairs, .
Nos 1 and 2 solar lamp chimneys
Walnut. cane seat chairs.
Sheaths and belts.
Iliugham buckets, grindstones. Red, white and blue bunting,
V Pain r Oil. &e. Si. Cm
1 tSrOWa W DHllIljf UHU ana mrwrmmmm
India Rubber Heae hf inch and 1 iach,
Bran Ilase Pipes, Lead Pine.
A. F. &. A. 91. -
f.R PRORRES OE L'OCEAXIE
ixiiMJi.- No 1-2J. under the jurisdiction of the Su
p rente Council of the Grand Central Lodise of France,
working in the ancient Scotch Rite, holds its regular
n th Weilnesdav nearest tne iuu moou ui eawu
month, at the old Lodge Room, in King street. -
. AA.ttrt 1 . . 2 vJ a a aMann
TT Visiting Dretnren respecuuuy iniiij " '
August 18. 60-tf H. SEA. Secretary.
I pointed Guardians of the person and property ol ILLIAM
C. LU N A LI LO. son of Charles Kanaina. of Honolulu, hereby
nntir to all nersons Indebted o him to make immediate
payment ; and all persons having claims against the same, are
herebv reauested to present the same to J. W. AIJ STIM, Ho-
..i.r ' J. W. Al STIN
Feb. 22,1858. 87-tf
THE CNDERSIGXED. BlABUWiw ur
,); -r,n .ml property of WILLIAM C. LUNA LI LO,
son of C. Kanama, of Honolulu, hereby lbrbid any person trust
ing the said W. C LunalUo, aa from this date we shall pay no
debts contracted by him. "ifL1"'
Feb. 22.1858. 87-tf C. KANAINA.
T1IIE UNDERSIGN Kl A ol' l. a av
leave the kingdom, offers for sale the premises now occu
Died bv himself, known as the Camaserclal Halel."
including the Stables adjoining. Also, all tbe Hxtures ot tne
Hotel, embracing everything req unite for the successful con
ducting of the hotel business, consisting of one superior Billiard
Table, In first rate order, bar fixtures, etc.
... ALSO '
v- t .rtb lt on the corner of Nuuanu and
Beretania streets, known at the Circus Lot," and the Lease of
the "Nuuanu Baths." .
One Soda Machine, with bottling apparatus complete.
H. M ACFARL1NK.'
Honolnln, April 22, 1858. 85-tf
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
TTVDERSTAXUl X U ihai a sin. u asvl
1 nmon In circulation In this community of my having en
deavored to over lease a certain house in this town, now occu
pied by another party. 1 proclaim it to be false and, a base fab
rication t in proof of which 1 would respectfully refer, by per
mission, to Messrs. John Montgomery and T. C. Heuck, who are
tbe only parties soie w nego..-
i . .w. mmimi of Mr. 1L Barsess. we hereby declare, that the
ocurse pursued by him in reference to thjn bovema has been
stricUy just ana nonoraoie. IV, VrrrV
May 31, tsoo- lui- v.
THE Undersigned, during nis aosence "tne
wiU be reprinted by Mr. JOHN F. POPE,.nder Pow
, ... OYSTERS. .
nnilE BEST BRANDS U tl liSA ri.a&u
' I r. inili en hand, vii : HiMBLia, Baksk A Co's
and LaBatm'g. LeBron-are warranted superior to anyln the
market. For tale by Sl-f , C. A. fc IL . POOR.
' A NC1IOZIS CHAINS. Iwrsala at the lowest mat.
witwteT: 3yl. 1-K ROBERT O. JASIOlt.
. BY A. P. EVERETT. . iV .
i " i i '. IT ' i . 1 I 1 1 I i ' i 1 11 '
: Merchandise ! Uerchasdis !
MONDAT, A CO. SO, AT lO O'CLOCK, A.M.
. . . ... At Soles Boom, wiU beaold
. .Dry Gooda, Clothing. - . .:. ..',....'.."''- ,; ':'",..
i .,, . Groceries, nard ware.
Furniture, and general mdse.
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER I,
At lO O.'CIaek, A. M.
. At Sales Room, will be sold a great variety of desirable
Real Estate in Honolulu at Auction:!
THURSDAY, Ann.t 86, at 18 O'Clack, M
On the premises, will be sold that Tenement on the north aide
of Beretania street, in Honolulu, next adjoining to Webster's
Livery Stable, with three commodious and substantial DWELL.
ING HOUSES thereon, one of which has a slated roof; held in
. -Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
SATURDAY, AUG. 8S, AT 12 O'CLOCK. M
Will be sold at pnblic auction, by virtue of an Order from the
Supreme Court, on the premises, those valuable premises situ
ated on Punchbowl street, Honolulu, adjoiping the premise of
William Kinney, known as the
1 - Kaaawai Premises!
The' lot consists of about 12.000 feet, and measures 155 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. Tbe lot is capable of great improvement. Ti
tle fee simple, and terms made known at time of sale.
W. II. KAAUWAt,
Guardian of G. KaauwaL
For further particulars apply to J. W. AUSTIN, .
Or to A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, July 30,1858. Auctioneer.
Pleasant Valley Residence for Sales
WILL BE SOLD, IF APPLIED FOR SOON,
that pleasant Cottage, situated in Nuuanu Valley, now
occupied by Capt. J. Collins, opposite the residence of Dr. G.
This cottage was bnilt 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, 14x10 feet;
One Bed Room 12x16 feet.
Also Dining room, pantry, kitchen, servants' rooms, stable
and carriage bouse, and an abundant supply of good water.
The lot contains one acre, and title fee simple.
The premises can be examine I at any time, upon application
to Captain Collins, and for particulars apply to him or
101-tf A. P. EVERETT.
The Undersigned .
OFFERS FOR SALE. AT THE LOWEST
, market rates a large assortment of Goods, recently recelv
ed from San Francisco and Liveraaal. Among them
White cottons, shirtings. '
White cotton drill, mitfapolatns.
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, tastings,
Merino undershirt, children' socks, white and red flannel.
White blankets, large assm't of linen drills, French merino.
Duck and trowserings, superfine broadcloth, medium do do.
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Orleans silk, 'poncho cloth,
Embr'd cloth ponchos, monkey jackets, Russell cord coats,
Tweed and other trow?rs, women's shoes, assorted,
Men's shoes, ladies' shoes, crape shawls,
Linen camb. bdkf. silk necktie,
. Felt bat (assrtd), cord,
Ladies' riding hats, blue flannel jackets, linen drill pants, Ac.
English pie fruits, pickles, sauces, black pepper, wTilte pepper,
Ginger, cinnamon, mace, cloves, oatmeal, table salt, sardines,
Caper, dried herb. London malt vinegar, English brown soap,
&c, Jtc-, Ac. '
Sheet lead, assorted English flies.
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails.
Garden chairs, bronie hat stands, cook's ladles,
Handsaws, u sets, assorted corkscrews,
Table knives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Chest locks, barrel bolts, try pan, anvil.
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates.
Hoop Iron, assorted iron, screw wool press,
Garden rollers, iron field gates, hand gates,
Burnished bits, sail needles,
- Pump tacks, electro-plated ware, forks, spoon.
Anchor aad Chaiaa. .
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. l'be packingsalt, pipes;
Black, yellow and green paint, bemp rope, Manila rope;
Hemp canvas, osnaburg, strong wide bagging, wool bags;
Blacksmith's enal, carriage and other varnishes.
Yellow nappies, table sets, chamlter sets, tea sets, bowls, asstd;
Dinner plates, soup plates, 6 inch plates, flat dishes, mugs;
Metnl covered jugs and pitchers, etc., etc.
of , ROBERT C. JANI0N.
BOOKS BY EXPRESS.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL RECEIVE
Nkw Books by Express from New York and San Fran
cisco I'y every regular packet. 9 the next packet be will re
ceive the following, all new books :
Dr. Livingston's Travels and Researches in South Africa, IIIu
trated $ 50. , v, ,
Poets of the 19th Century, 132 engravings, richly bound, 4to
Atkinson' Seven Tears In Siberia and Tartary $5.
- Isaac Taylor's World or Mind, 12mo $1 75. - -m
Scenes of Clerical Life being the Sad Fortunes of Rev. Amos
Barton, (originally published in Blackwood.) 75c., paper cover.
Debit and Credit ; by Dr. Bunsen $1 75.
European Acquaintance being Sketches of People In Eu
ro fl 50.
Mrs. SUrourney' -Lucy Howard" fl 50.
The H isheenh Eater being passages in the Lire of a Pytha
gorinn $1 76. . .
The Happy Home ; by Kirwan $1. ...
History of the Origin of the U. 8. Constitution by Geo. W.
Hydes's and Ferris' Mormonism $1 75.
California and its Resources, illustrated $3 25.
Mrs. Hale's Receipt Book, (new and enlarged edition,) S 2.
Miss Leslio's New Cook Book, (new and enlarged ediUon.)$2.
102-2t ... H. M. WHJTWJSI.
JUST RECEIVED FROM BOSTON, BV
the MELITA, consisting In part of
Heavy log chains,
- Planters' hoea, .
Wire rat traps.
Braces and bits,
C. S. auger bits,
Hay forks. '.
Scythe and snathe,
! . Garden hoes,
I. R. curry comb,
. j Plumbs and levels,
j Sash tool brashes,
! C. S. rasor, -
. Row pin,
Carvers and forks,
i . Bullet moulds,
I C. S. handled axes, -
J Etc., etc., etc
For sale hy W. N. LADD.
SELDOM TO BE FOUND. WHEN "WANTED.
DRAWING CARD BOARD, OP SCPE
Portfolios letter, foolscap and larger steeajr
Cash Boxes, with keys;
Bristol Boards, small and extra large sixea;
Quills, Toothpicks; . '
Faber's superior Polygrade Drawing iVocili 6 In
- each tiox equal to the best London pencils;
Manifold Letter Writers;
Children's Indestructible Toy Books;
India Rubber Pen Holders a new article;
lOsross "The Medallon" and Franklyn" Per.
108-2m For .ale by II. M WHITNET-
UST RECEIVED PER FAXVT MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer In New York, a small tnvoioe
of Davies A Jones celebrated patented shoulder Seam and three
ply collar shirt . They are selected so that we can fit almost
any rise, and afford to sell them 20 per cent leas than former
prices. It wants but a trial to convince any one of their superi
ority in every respect over any other In the market at present.
' . McCOLGAN & CAMPBELL.
100-tf Tailor, cor. King Fort St. .
, WHALING GUNS.
C. BRAND'S WHALING GUNS, Nwa. 1
' and 2. -
. C. C. Brand' Bomb Lance, o. i;
Do do do do . ' No. 2.
Greener Whaling Gun;
Do Lances and Harpoon.
84-tf For sale by A. J. CARTWBIGHT.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS
kTEW ENGLISH ANCHORS, FROM IOOO
lvi to 2200 pounds;
New English Stud and Shackle Chain Cables, 1 l-J lHnchI
84-tf For sale by A. J. CARTWBIGHT.
JUST RECEIVED. FROM SAN FR AJf
cisoo. and tor sale by - 4-tfl B. W. FIELD.
OLD JAMAICA RUM ! , ,
ND CHAMPAGNE! Assorted brand for sale at
L Store of . l-tf . B. W. FIELD..
mVO LARGE LOOKING GLASSES, with gilt
. mai.1a nlut - 4km nrMM. rfnnun IwtkinaT
- JL, rUZI3 wIIIU BUaU W -www w . V
QUases, with do do, for Ubles, cut0aM Tambiert And OobMeifl
vi mmvK 'j
H. HACKFELD CO.
if v FIRE WOOD.
8 A CORD for good Fire Wood, on the landing,
near the Custom Hooae. Apply to . 's
7-tf C A. H. F. FOOS.
OLLS WIRE FENCING, - , A
. for aie oy
WHITE WOOD BOARDr, :
Tl BAD PI -r:-Aortrji Cm fcete Try ;i
nf jonif f. coLnunw .'
Tfil Ctsres, at. - . :
FRIDAV, AUG. T, AT lO 0CLOCXX, A.
AT STORE OT MESSRS. KKOLL k MOLL,
Will be od, to close conlgnmf , f .
DryOood, Superior lot of Furnltnre, f.
White Lead, Paints..
. 'Cordage, - 1 Dock, ' ' '
. . . Brandy, . . Ota, .'. .-; -
Champagne, t , onerry.
Gecersl lltrthmilzt. ; j.
TUESDAY AUG. SI t lO O'Ctaek A.M.
At Sale Boom, wIU be sold ..,
. Dry Good, Grocerie, t, , . 'f .
boots and Shoes,
x ' -' Freserved FroiU.
. And other articles too numerous to mention.
Valuable Property far Cal.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, AT 1 S O'CLOCK, M ..
Will be told at public auction, on the premnea, tboae Talnahle
premises situated at the corner of Beretania and Gardes tre-,
.Honolulu, well known aa the
' Carter Promiaeai t
The lot consists of ahont 13,000 feet, and measures M feet on
Betetanla street, and 134 feet on Garden street. - Titer l a
largo house on the place, containing seven rooms, with mil-'
buildngs, water right, etc. The lot is capable of great lmpr n .
ment. Title fce simple. Term made known at time of -.
For hwther particular apply to i. W. ACBTIN.
AdBtinistrator of the Estate of Stephen Re ool N.
Or to J. t. C0LBCU.N,
Aneti u h t.
Ta the OwHn. and Peraanw Interewtrd in
WhalesMps in the PaciHe Of ran.
Orrtcs or th Panaxa Bail-Roaw Cokpant,
Nrsr Toaa. July t0,18t:.
The l'anama Rail-Road Company takes tali na 1
of inf rming tliose lntereatad in the Whali-ig ni
ne, of the advantage offered by the li-J- a I
arrow the Isthmus of Panama, for the shlim-.tiit of
Oil from the Pacific to the United State, and for sendir- mt
fits and supplies from the United State to Panama.
The Railroad has bean In regular and successful operjU for
more than two years, and It capacity for the tranporUi.n 4
every description of merchandise. Including Oil, Provfai-ms, Ac.
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captain i f
whaleshipa ha recently been turned to the subject or hiiipp'.iu
their oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company haa made arrangement
to afford every facility which may be required for the soc-iit-plishraent
of thi important object. A Pier, 450 feet lore, lis
been built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Car are run to receive cargoes from lighter or veacU h r-v
alongside, and deliver the same alongside of vessel at Aej iti
wall. Teasel of from 200 to 300 ton can Ha at th Pior :tli
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspinwall are fan- .fflng bfi-. It
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Com pan,- U w
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New lori,
under Ihreegh BHU af Laeiag at rate Us- ven
cents per gallon, u received at the Pier, and eight cents per gal
lon if received in the harbor from hip' tackle, cherain? f r
the capacity of the cask, without allowing for wantage.
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This etnrjje
covers every expense from Panama to New York, In .cae
the oil I sent through the Superintendent or Commerc'jl A.-ri:t
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance except' J.
freighu may be made payable on the Isthmus or in X w r
at the option of tbe shipper. ;
The vessels of the Company sail regularly senu-mon V . 11,1 1
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about tavnry M
twenty-five day. The time occupied in crossing the I-htiu ii
four hours. Oil, during iu transit acraM the Isthmas, wi'l b. ,
covered with canvas, or conveyed in covered ear, and oa irer.
mav be assured that every caef y be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes have already Deed conveyed to Hew York n ith
out the slightest loss.
Oil or other good consigned for transportation to the S.iir
Intendent of the Panama Rail Road Company, or to Wi II la in
Nelaoa, Commercial Agent of th Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the grcatust despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanka ha been appointed Agent at H aio
lnlu, Sandwich Island, and is prepared to furnish every p - i -ie
inronnation to shipper.
JOS. t. JOY, 8ecpt:ir-
Frbderio L. nasK8,
Agent Panama R. R- Co., Honolulu S.I. . . IU ii
BY JAMES J. JAR YES. ESQ,.
THE UNDERSIGNED baa received by th l.ip
xa if EUa, from Boston, the following kite pablifl.ins
by Mr. Jarve. formerly of Honolulu 1
KIANA, a Talk of Hawaii. -
Thi work I founded on one of the ancient tradition f ibe
Hawaiian, and Illustrates their ancient cuatoma and hah; I-. 1 1
U dedicated, by the Author to His Majesty Kamehamena IV.
ART HINTS, on Architecttre, Scclptiikk aso
Painting By J. J. Jarve.
" America ha at last produoed a writer who nay help t o c!u.
cate her U art, guide her infant steps, and to point out tb- pH.
falls Uiaatrroond the pilgrim of art." London Athene vi.
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PELM I
PLES By J. J. Jarree. 1st and 2d eeri .
Without question, one of the raciest book ever wi Ui'-a 00
Parisian life and manners." Boston Pott.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAS, PRINCI
PLES with numerous illustrations Bv J.
The sketche of which thli rolume li eompoaed, air not dnly
pirited but Informing. They furnish an impressive id-n of t)i
grandeur and th glory and the degradation and sham r.." mv1
ern Italy." Home Journal. .
87-tf Foraaleby - H. M. WHITNEY.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER MADE BY
His Honor S. L. Austin. Circuit Judge, third Judicial Di
trict, at a Probate Court held at Hilo on th 6h inst., I hereby
give notice to all whom it may concern that on TuesUy. I'i"
81st day of August. 1868, at the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M , ! sh.iM
sell ' y public auction to the highest bidder therefor, on the preir
ises, a ten acre lot of land ituate on Puueo, Hilo, Hnli, f
rfhep with the imnrovement thereon. It being a part and
cel of the Real Estate belonging to Henry Brown, late of W ul-
mea. deceased, intestate. Further particulars at Uh: urn"! f
ale. LOCIS A. PAVIE,
Hilo, July 7th, 18SS.
IN CONSEOUENCE OP THE Dr 1 OF
RICHARD COADY.on the 18th Jone,18&S, t., -sin-w rf
the firm of K. CO A DY A CO. will be brought to a close sjmcl -ily
as possible, and the name of the firm will henceforth lw u1
only in carrying out existing contract, oompletlng until :1
businea, and winding up the transaction of the firm. -V
, FREDERIC L. HAKK-,
P. B. WILCOX,
(By hi Attorney, Fbsocbjo L. Hakk ,
Surviving Partner of the firm of R. COADY '.
Honolulu, July 20,1868. . lOe-lJxt.l
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN'
appointed Administrator, with the will annexed, ol tin
tate of Stephen Reynold, late of Honolulu, deceased, herel-y
gives notice to all person having demand against aid relate,
to present the same 5 and all person indebted to the tm -, crs
hereby requested to make Immediate payment. '
, . . .... JAMES W. AUSTIN,
: . Honolulu, January 22, 1858. 83-tf Adminirtrator.
ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS
against me, will please present them for settlement Imme
diately t and those indebted are requested to call and scttK or
their account will be left with an attorney for collection.
Cr The subscriber hereby give notice that be will iy O"
debt contracted without hi written order. '
Honolulu, April 20, 1858," 5-tf
NOTICE. - -- - - -
THE UNDERSIGNED Intend leaving thi!: n.trd.-vi
soon, anl will be glad to receive all bill again -t him
also he requests that those who are indebted to him either t
onally,or as the Agent of the Hudson' Bay Compsuv, will
settle their debts immediately at hi offlce, becaua In d fru't of
paymect such bill will be sued for.
P (Signed) ROBERT CL0CTT0X.
nonoluln, May. 1858. --f
"E CLAMPSUS V."!
mjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
IN Mystic Emblem of the Ancient and Honorable Or I . e of
K C. V." ha been received per ark Yankee, and the under
igned has been duly appointed . D. I C. Tn for the piiqose
of forming a branch of the O. M. C. In Honotalu. Resident ami
transient brothers will please report them scire on or before ibe
2-1 W. of the 4th D. K C. V., so as to be ieveaUd with tli1? Tl. of
our A. and II. Order, E. J. SMITH, King trw-t,
5f j: M. W. P. O. B C. Y of Honolnln. H. I.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO I1TFORM
the public that they will open a masjwt on tb 1st rf July ,
proximo, at the Country Residence of Mr. P. Maxm, fcuuaua
treet. where at all time wiU be found a ehoie aeieetkir of reesn
Gsocaaiss, at aa low rate a can be procured af acqr atore in
town. Also, aisr, roaa, mcttos, aacsaaaa, stc , in fact, eve
rything usually found In a well a ppoiiited country ator. -.
104-tf BOYD k MANIM.
DR. PUNHDE, CHINESE PHYSICIAN,
BEGS TO NOTIFY THOS2 ItCSIDENTS
of Honolulu who have in their employ Cbinamaa nddlcted
to the practice of Opium Smoking, that be can break Ui-.ia cf
this pernicious habit, after a fortnight' traataaent.
XT Apply at hla office, Mauna Kea atreet, oppaaHe IMrl '
THE UNDERSIGNED, beinc about ta-leave mi
kingdom for a few months, baa appointed Thomas W.
Everett, Esq-, aa his Agent, by special Power of Attorney a !
all neruina am herebv forbidden to tntSt any ether OOC In :y
name, either man, woman child. v
r. am. ioaav m i -
Lahalna, Dec 8, 185T. Vl-lf
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL WOT
neive Denoalta in the Custom Heua Vault, under existing
mhiLHom. after thi dav. ' All artkrie an deposit at tU dJtr
can remain until It la convenient to remove then.
Honolulu, July 1, 1848. 10-tf) Cot OenT of Cntnwi
. rrrffo-rb. "ma Tnot detteui .ny
r rr i. tkr who- hrtn
7 order, or age beA iLy IX W tf
..,- NCTZC3- -Z1 . -
S ncrilSBY OtVEST," I Uw rrmai' Er. -VkafSoV
is my Agwat, wt rawer U Atawaay. '
urlnnv.lCr!S,ai w -r- i
Honolulu, aaa 1. - -
CL7 - . 3. rlT3, AND LaTI3. "
TEAS ! THAO ! ' 'T
i4-U W. FIELD