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reliant w. kly
,a lwih, m dear
oft I ith. ih ln Tmiu
i: iVj on or'ff he wrs !n-
, pmilM tVw f nrxment kno
twlIH Vo there I g
r tvr shaded walk, havw grows
f -wu tn-ad them now atone, .
C .nold'st not wonder that I mourn
,Ur that may n return.
.n now I wUh t mum
k vyrM Bath .round my home.
L thou. whe peiee mart Ua dear.
Whkt day, a nv art If- ,
' Mtimitn the oaantitT of Phini
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Wine grown ' h woslern Prr tht rate. !
Ljf aj gaiOCltflll tVF iuac n U1IIIIUU UltUUS (H
noti't in the Picayune. The animals are
lent to TexW
rFXTRAL AMERir.4. fV4 Kin.
hi rv i" "
Mms the e-litor of the Sn Antonio (Teiaa)
I lll'il nc U13 wiiviu'ici uia iiriiiBllulin Willi
LZjjj.vi.a. f, .r the s-iJe of his interest in Centml
nn I hi iwivei an earnest nt srfhi,
r . if.
if the purcnise-mouej. iie ta receive c-,-
r-n"innAti Enquirer M befitre the election
i lVmrA,''' party in Ohio W:s in the " as
I-." Tlie hlea was an immneulate eoneep
w spnr?hen l, as the result of the election
jhow that the prtj has certainly " gone op."
Rp"Tmb CiTirrxs. The reniaininz Indians in
.u it apperf, nave H'Terminei to rwcome cui-
nf thwn T ii t t finm! f 1 1 nn ftiA
i., an ! announce! their intention to settle. liTe
ana of !rierne(i ani protecteii ny the laws,
pnnl in clearing lan1 near that town for
nrtl parpiwes. Ihree of them con I J read
1 1 capita ls ix t E-txct 1 here are
ehmlrel ani try Foanalinj lloppitals in
, whvh, svs the LonJon Depttchm are ?uf
: Twelve all the chiMren that are ahanlone-l
y.-irenfc in that country. One h'wpital in
i 'm abont BTe thoaan'i chiMren annaally.
f uanitural d.iahterof Aaron Burr, and bis
t Jervtee. comes canonsiy into noession 01
L .rnin in this war : Burr heM a lea-ae from
tninp-'n r.t tK RIKmond Ifill nrnrwrlT- three
tr hun lre-l lots in the centre of New York, for
k-M 114 re-lmi.!i the an i iw w tm to as-
t .rf'irs. a.a 1 their lei-o exoirert in I860. The
LiikmifMn then helonr to Burr's dantrh
li'l the claim U indisputable and the value of
jtxfrj Rreat. Already everai ot tne lessees
improraLel the claim for from 81,500 to S-,-
fj-T.-.i recent writer aavs that the iniu-
-frt of compression on the chest is shown by
r: that a man in a nnde state is capable of in
e 100 cubic inches of air at a breath, bat, when
A, only 130 inches. Lvlie who encase them-
:a tiyrht-fiftinz under-arments should remem-
fact. THoasrh we draw into and eject from
r a similar quantify of air, it is not of the
iVtr The air thrown out of the lanPS has
ti -h of in oxrzen, and bu gained from three
yr cent, or cirbonic ci1, larye amoan oi
trvs of ammonia, hydrogen and other Toia
tar.ce. Comet asi inr. Weitiikb. The old vine-
hef France recollect th it the cornet of 1811
t.-I hr an rnt wSnt.tore and the eoioet
p hw br.rtizht about, they say, a similar result.
rmvrnerer id r.nziani was niner a-x miram
iri;e. than durin any teptemier s.nce
:n,n hate len ma!, and the Loudon news
m .1 .ii4 jlnir t k miMtuio whther the comet
vth'n t d wifh the extraordinary miIdne-8
iMia. ir.e lun uaromcie nia nm pr
a do not afFejt the kKns. Taltinsf n in-
X "sixteen vears. the w inn est was 1794- in
there wis one comet, the coldest 17'-9, in
lere vrre tw.i. ami therefore it is not oroba-
V e.n eer killel cat, wasps or Julias Ce-
ired fine Tintajes or frreat droneh s, or can
'tHTed wifh the plague of da-ldy long-legs,
r.t?iM:it an i monstrosities.
-t.,fv' f,)rcer fimoiis in history and story
p: Win x te-buil?, as hiW teen reported, if we
r-l.t a recent ii-:.r to that CifV. lie SITS :
F". which has ben a rerv fine one, is now
-ne.f ruin an I ilesol ition. . The preent pop-
i (rp lTe.1 from 4'Vn) to B.'V'O) mostly live
-'l-n hn's left Vy the Knzlish arid French
: n few -Mae hoi?s h ire been rebuilt, but
r. a i l of a verr c n iion sort. Tlie manifi-
:' reroti-i in the state of total ruin to which
'e re-lui-l d'irinj theoccapation of the town
iuifi. and heaps of stones are the only indi
of the po-itions of the forts on the south side
h rhr. But on the north side the forts are in
-nt a rtafe aever, it being perfestlr ludicrous
how little ritmire thetr received from the
Vlfiient jriven them The trenches, batteries.
S r earthworks remain as they were during the
th mivlT the slight alterations causel by
ul w-ttner, and even nt this distance of time.
i-a!ls, hot, powder, cans, broken pieces ot
i;., are foao 1 lyinfc on the groand (especial
Ke neighborhood f the batteries) in such quan-
to keep men collecting them for their value
iron, and taking them away by cartloads.
Ph'l llnlii-. ,.;, ...irttor nf the centu-
t r, re! itt the following strange and interest
r'i: " But there i ui!l nuire carious cir-
ki.ee connected with this plant, though of
ral and n nt nf a Httnlr"l nature. a.nt 1 one very
IViwn to the great multitude even of scholars
ity m exist
.. there was intercourse between Asia and
It is not many years since Charles New
acelehratel German Orientalist, discovered,
iofh:na, among the ancient but perfectly u
! Vear Books, or annals of the Empire, records
v-'es eent to countries in the East, which from
(rriptions were most evidently California and
What established the fact, was the descrip
the vtmi im k Rndhist monks
pm time to time on missions to Mexico. They
&e plant Ftutans;, and named the country fti-
appearance and various oses were so a-
7 set forth a toa leave room for doubt that the
ia qiestion took plaee.
Ajt, Stka mshif. The Scienfific American
ttith in the Mt... Mxmihin- 'After r-
? the invention at lenjrth, it says : "
":h are the construction and principles to be
)rated in this steamboat wkkh U without
that if any accident oceors to the machinery,
lie a T I tha waves. Ilowever
J iu part may be secured together, it shape
ostahle n ... nn eaii see for themselves
Wing the motion of a barrel on wares or any
r7 and practice have demonstrated that tne
It . . .. . . 1.;.h tn eun
'esels that are eleave tha waters wiO-Ve w
f. hat thia boat does not almit of theseVea, j
the tmm ..eenar ahina ha VC been foind to I
L-u . . r . l. . a mw tie) el I
r--" tow nmen aa u as, w -j ,
irota a ship rnoch arrowr in proporwon -o
1 now bailt, and wbicn u so anapw
well t- :...n Trnn ahinfl are no
i.tl I . iT r .t,: material, and t DC
iiet'ioo of shins ia compartments, on which
. II" . . ...l.. r- o r
' mans lay wo maen airro. m. u k1' .
... On the whole, looting
experience ia ship bailding, wa have no heai-
la miiiT ths, the cifrar du.ki wiu pi"
at- ttfcn 4
n l that the experimental one ui" ---lat.
- r . i I u i i. -a""..- - - r-:. 2,r.
a, v. i:v F.nr.TT,
trotyl., tv.i.o, u. t.
Jr t. VOi.ttV.US,
XT O X O TT "n T
Kaahananu etrwl, llnaotula. Othu.
. r. sxoiv,
0 '! CmnmiaaUin Mercaot. HaoUilu. Oalia, lUw. Iilaodi.
Regular Line of Buaton nnd 11 mltila PackeU.
",D pufwu rim n:niimua racke
Sale t4 CoftVe fmo the Titomib Plantation.
C'rurkrr Brother k Co s Yrllow Metal.
A. P. EVTKRKTT,
Janloo'i new b.ick, Qieeo street, Honolulu, H. I.
Mestrs. tvrso h Trr,
- E. It. Bricbam & Co
RAM K Cn..
HlTI-KIt K WITTT Jt lit!
Honoluio, July 1. 1S67.
cut.4. a. Bisaor.
II. A. ALDK1CR.
I1IS1IOP & CO.,
Bankers- Office in the east corner of " Maker's Block," on
Kaahamnna street, I loo ilulu.
Will receive depo ts, ilbcoant fir3t-cU9 business pajier, and
attend to cullectiu?, etc. 112-tf
C. A. tc II. F. POOR,
1MP0RTTR3 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
nOXOLCLC, OAIIU, SANDWICH ISLANDS.
GgOBne F. Peabodt, Esq., - Philadelphia.
Klisha Haskcli VfH., ... New Bedford.
Messrs. Head, Chadwick k Dkxtkb, - Boston.
H'auw, Barry a: t.'o., - New York.
' Abkhsktiiy. Clabk k Co., - - San Francfatco.
Baih;e k. Ll.XDBMiiKuceii, - San Francisco.
C L. BICBABD. R. W StVHRAVCK.
C. TL. RICHARDS CO.,
Ship Cliaodk-rs, Cofumtesion MerclianU. ami ileaU r.-t in General
Merchandise. Honolulu, Oahu, Sirxlwich ItUntls
Messrs. C. A. Williawj fc Co., - - llonolaln.
. "Watkkmas, ...
K. W. Siw.
Wiluams Jc Haves,
TnoAt Fitvh. -
Mom; as, 8nNg Co.,
McKi'k Jc Mkrkii.u,
Asa T. Lawtos,
T. k A. R. Ntk,
Edward C. Jox'-s -S.
. c. wat:ba. ' J'n!t r. popk.
Eecial attention pM to the int-rets of the Wlnlinr FleH, by
the furni.hinsr of fnnds, purchase ao.l sale ttt Exchange, Oil,
. Bone, U -nenil Menhamlise, and the procuring of Freight.
Mfl-. Iaao II WLAi. J., A: Co., Sen Be lfor.l.
W. G. K. Popk. Esvj., do.
MoAV, Stiink k Co., San Francisco
McRi kb k Merrill, - do. ll"-tf
tt'. A. AI.DRICII,
Importer and Dealer In Gener.il Merchandise : Commission
Aeent lor the SxJ-; of Suunr. M .las..s ami Coffee, and other
Island Produce. A?ent f r llie IJHr Plamtatios. t'on
sisnments of all kinds of Island Produce solicif.il. Orders
f.jr Merchandise pnmitly attcndeil to. - 86-tf
Ship Ctian-Her, Iealer to S-Aieral Merchan.lise, aftd Commission
. Merchant, Honolulu, Ikihu, S. I., keeis constantly on luind
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quire! by whaleshis and others.
Shipping fiimi-hed with all kinds of rroeeries, provisions, to.,
at the shortest notice, at Ih very lowest market price.
Tr Money advanced for balers' bills at the lowest rate.
GCST. C. W CIXBKR-S.
Commission MerchanU and Ship Cliar.dl.Ts, II molulu. Oahu,
. . i i' - mnA lj wlint ,1-S.
. 1. Btone nun corner oi iwooi.j'i- r. - - -
Mim y a.lvancwl on favoralile tcnus for WhuU-rs Wilson the
V. S. and Euroi. July U i56
ROHKRT C. J ANION,
Merchant and Cotumissiou Afrent, Honolulu, Oahu, 8. I. Jy 1 t
m. vos noLr.
th. c. nsrei
Von HOLT Sc IIEUCK,
General Commission Meteliants. Honolulu, Oahu. 8. I. Jy 1-M
ALKX. J. CARTU RKillT,
Commisslou Merchant and Ucueral Shipping Aari.t, Ilonolulu,
Oahu, II. I. Jul U2 L
, BDCABD MOLL.
Importers and Commission MerclianW, Kaahiimanu street Ma
kee'slKk. W '
Wholesale lealer in Wiiw and Spirits, Ale and Porter, near
the rt Office, Honolulu. "
:f.or:i: :. iiowk,
Uim'. r Mercl-nt, yard corner of Queen and Xanana street on
the Puncnard premises. Li
C. II. LKWKRS,
Lomber and buildinB ma terials, Fort ft. nooolulu.
II. IIACKFKLD Ac CO.
Oahu. S. I-
Agents, and Ship
July 1, 1356-tf
De:.l -r in Dry and Fancy Goods. IMel street between Nimjnu
ami Maunakea streets. Honolulu. S. I. 1 tf
" r B. SWAM, HAWAII
A. B ARRIS, OAHC. '
AIICL HARRIS A CO.,
Dealers ia aU kinds of Hawaiian lV.Hlut, Honolulu, Oahu II . I .
1 Draw Mis of Exchange on Messrs-McKuer & MernS."
Francisco, V. S. A.
" A VOX. S. COOKR.
SA L. CA.SVLB. COOKE,
Imnorters and Wholesale and Retail dealers in C
.rtolw S'W Church. Also at the rtore
streets, near the Jaw - , K, gtiwti opl-.
f.srmerly ccupny ;
site tb Seaniau. cnapcu -y j- 19ftatf
T. N. FLIT.NKR,
meridian of .""Xnt plasse. silvered
S?1W2Sl ChS!3 nautical instrument- conjanUy
on band ami for sale. , - -
UTAI Ar AIIEK,
.neot. .n Kh a$? tndTurp and
S3 asntUra, merchandi.
Iloaolara, Aujrust 12, 14.. .
J. II. WOOD,
t and Dealer In Boots and Shoes of every
T ranks, arises, '"T Brick thoa store, eornex f
C. BREWER 2d,
V. 8-, EnjVaoii and France. ,
T'niTSON & HART, -
nel;." the Custom Ho-,
A s. it 3f. 8. GRINBAUM,
BixHs and gooes, a ,d ery juen
Fornlahlnf Oooda. Wore, corner of row bim t-S
Ilonolula, Oah- .
W.N. LADD, .
Jmpcrter and JSS
TUOU WU - -
hi!o. . .
J. C. SPALDING,
, tmnKUr. Uonol
Oaha, 8- 1-
uassloa Wereoanj, ,Ke p. 8. a
Wanted, '--w1 unM to.
sirnrocma from aoi '
: r. soasiil, a
MOSSM AN A ON, 'T
Bakers, Grocer, and DeaJer. I Dry Oooda, Nutwm.
otnlo, Oaho, 9. I. .
IIAM. KIIKnlMl, 3d,
A1U f.r IV UKkWFK I'LAN f ATI? n,iu!. 119-t
A. I rvFKcrrT, VrMurer and Afr.it.
AGENT TOR THE
New VwrU Itwarrf wf L'aidrr wrllera. .
Tb undrrsiimed ukr leave to aify Mere nan is. Ship Masters,
that be baa Iwrn duly appointed aa Apnit for tha
New York Board of L'nderwriumt.
l3-ty ALKX. J. CARTWRIGUT.
ACJENT FOR THE
Mverpool Underwriter's Association. .
The undersiRned bees leave to notify Merchants, Fhlp owners,
awl Ship masters, tlutt be has received the appointment ol
AGENT at these Ulands fur tlta LIVERPOOL I.'SDER
J"'y 1-tf ROBERT C. J ANION .
AIJENT FOR LLOYD'S
The nmlersirned hers to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he has received the, appointment ol
AGENT at these Islands Tor LLOYD'S LONiJON.
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
Agent for the Bremen board of Underwriters.". All averape claims
- apainst the said Underwriters, occurring in or about this
- Kingdom, will hare to be certified before him. July 1-tf
KRULL & MOLL., -
Airentsofthe Ilamhurg and Lubeck Underwriters, Honolulu,
Oahu, 11. I. July 1, 185o-tf
tl. O. HALL.
ImKrter and Pealer in Hards-are, Pry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and Kiiifj streets.
Fire Insurance Xolice.
THE XORTHERX ASSURANCE CO.
THE CXDERSICXED bees to mitify to those par
tie, who have Insured in this ot&ce woixlen huildings or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that in consr
seiUL'iice of the continued eiecti-ni of large and hi''h a noden
huililin-rs close toe.-tli'T in narrow streets, no more risks on tim
ber constructions in the town will be taken, ami those- already
taken will not he renewed on the expiration of their terms.
KOHKRT C. JANIOX,
63-tf Anent fir the Northern Assurance Co.
'yHE XORTHERX ASSI RAXCE COMHA-
I ny, (established liM.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
home and abroad.
Capital 1.250.700. Sterling.
The umlersigoeil has iK-en aiM.io(Nt Arrent for the Pan-lwich
Islands. ROBERT CHESHIRE JANIOX.
7-tf. nt Honolulu.
E. HOFFSCH LA '.':. Ai STAPEMIORST,
Avseut for the
PARIS AND BORDKAtTX BOARDS OF UNDER
AVIS Ai: PUBLIC.
Lrs Soussignes, ayant ettS nomin js Agents pour les
Assureurs uiarititnes le Paris et de BorJe.ius,
previennetit le public en general ct les C.ipi-
taiuesde iavires niarcliands francais, qui visitent
les ports ill ce royaume, en particulier, que Jans ;
tous les cas d'avaries, qui auraient ,lien dans ces !
parages, ils ilevront, faire consUter et verifier .
les faits devant eux pour legi'.iser leurs recl.i (
tnations contre les dits assureurs.
61-tf ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER k fcTAPENHOR?T.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rflllE UXDERSIKXED, Ajtents of the aWe Com
JL lnmy, are prepared to insure risks against fire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
. MELCIIER3 k CO.
Ilonoulu, Oct. 11,1357.
CIIAS. F. CJIIILLOU, M. D ,
Late Surjreon United States Navy, Consular Physiciau to sick :
American seamen and general practitioner. j
Orace. corner Kaanumanu anil -Mercnani sireexs, anu resiuence
at Dr. Wood's Mansion, Hotel street.
Medical and Surgical advice in English, French Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 A. M. to 2 P.M.; at other hours inquire at
his residence. Jyl-tf
HONOLULU MEDICAL II ALL
DOCTOR McKlBBIX, Surgeon, 1c,
Has removed to the Store lately occupied by Dr. Lathrop, In
Queen Street, where he will be regularly supplied with
Medicines, Perfumery, etc . of the liest quality. -ET
Family Melicines and ITescriptlons can fully prepared.
17" Meilicine Chests examined and refitted on reasonable terms.
Attendance at the office from 8 A. M. till 6 r. a., on week
lays, and from 8 to 11 A. M. on Sundays. At other times
at his residence. Union street. 11 1-tf
OBlce and Drug Store, Kaahumanu Street, opo?lte Makee
block. Ship's .Medicine thesU refitted, and prescriptions
XT lint, odd, vapor, shower and medicated Bath. at all hours
Physician and Surgeon, office in the ne v drug store, adjoining
the store of II. HackfWd Co., yun-stretU Jy 1-tf
j7 k. ciiamherlaix,
Attorney at lw. Office corner of Kaaha ran and Merchant
streets np stairs.
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
rm in ilnnntiilii House, over the Post Ofl e. CV6m
CHARLES W. VINCENT.
COXTRVCT0R AXD BUILDER. The undersigned woul I ln
' form his friends ami the public, that he has taken and
fitted up the premises on Fort street, opposite I,. Brewer
2.1's Store, as a CARPEXTER SHOP, ami would solicit that
t-HtroiuMre heretofore so liberally bestowed. All orders in
the various branches of Building. Plans. Ppeciticatious and
Contracts, attended to with promptness and "'f,.
CHARLES W. INC.NT.
jj B. DOORS, WINDOW 8 ASH. and all other articles per
ainiiig to house building, constantly on hand and tor sale. 03-tf
" GEORGE C.S1DERS.
Manufiirturer and d?aler in Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
Kaahiimanu street, opposite J. C. Spalding's Honolulu, II.
Summer Bakers, Tin and Cop-r Pumps. Bathing Tubs.
Foot and tM tower Baths, Tin and Zinc Rooting, ami a gen
eral assortment of Tit- ware. Ship work exetl with
neatness and dispatch July 1, 1-tf
IV. FISCHER, ;
rlKnrt Maker and French Polisher, Ilotel Street, opjiostte the
C1LMAX sfc CO.,
hip Chandlers and Dealers In General Merchandise,
L AH A IN A, MAC I, H. I.
Ships supplied with recruits, flood facilities for storage. Cash
furnislied for bills of exchange.
HOLLES & CO.,
8hio Cliandlers and Commission Merchants and Dealers In
General Merchandise, Lshaina, Maui. M halers furnished
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
or bills. 34"tf .
Commission Mercliant, dealer in Ship Cliandlerr, and General
Merchandise, Lahaina, Maui, II. I. Ships furnished with
recruiW. Whalers BilLs wanted on the U. f-
joTllTTlIOSf AS WATERHOUSK,
tmn, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise
Importer, " a rlooolu)ll Bm) Lahaina, Maul. . 44-tf
Ship Chandler and dealer in General Merchandiae, Waiakea Bay,
Keeps constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
- eacriotion of goods required by whale ships and others.
SbiPptnTfhe.f with fresh beef. Vegetable., and .11 kind, of
Groceries, and Provisions Ac at the shortest nouce, at the
very lowest market prices-B-rt
facilities lor storaae of from S to 6000 barrels, being near
" I . j; I hon ,K.tehe1 buildini.
Loe lanciio, - - ...
rnted Whalers bills on the U. S. or Eumie, for which money
" ' i l M-.-.m.liIe terms-
will oe ai ." ,- "
a? n Tbis nort ofTers the safest and most commodious anchor-
e of any port in uic s"i- j - e- -
seamen their liberty without danger of losing them by de
serrion. No anleDt spirits allowed to be sold Jy i-tf
J. WORTH, .
Dealer in General Merchandise, H Do, Hawaii. Ship. supplied
with recruits at the ortert -oiice, on reaso.btetm.
. Bills of eadiainte wanted. July 1, 135o-tf .
" s. N. EMERSON,
tralua. Oahu, Dealer In General Merchandise, Country Pro
duc-uch a. Corn, Beans, Bananas, Butter, Eggs, kcf
H. C. OR A IIAM,
THE OVERSIGNIHaving recently purchased the
.oerae oimeriy oo-d y C. U. Butler, corner of
QueenaoFort JSTto oowpcred t-execute withdisp.l.h
SIS-sTtlTat he may be favored wiib at the above named place
fisBtaa? opposite tha " F..ral HoteL- .
""'a. M.rere.P-1'y invited to caU and
erorhargTand de.tr.b4e a-orooent ofCks. Barre.s,
Tubs. Ac- - .
N. Be WOd barrels casks
hand ana tor sal. aa the moat
reasonsbw terms. r
- en-tf .
Vr;jl (tsUtt (cr ;Uf.
A K ARK OPPORTIMTV
yull A I'KIlM VSI - WVUiXMKXI '
A Lucrative Ship Chandlery liusinfvs
AND NATITE TRADE,
V. t rtilo, XXawnil.
ty years a resident or llilo, Hawaii, oesiring a
rhanu of rvuideuce and a oaurement from biui-!
ness, offers for sale his entire oustness interest at mis place
sale to Ine'.nle a portion of REAL EsTATE aeeearary fur carry
ing on the busiuess as previously conducted, (all th building,
being ingrKxl reiairaml conditiou.) and the ENTIRE STOCK of
MERCHANDIt that may be on hand; all of which consist, of
desirable and saleable goods. ,
Terms liberal Possession given at once.
Fur furUier particulars, please apply to Bfessrs. UACKFELD
CO- Honolulu, or by lett.vr to the subscriber. '
NovemberKO, 1S5S. i:t-:Sin . Hilo, Hawaii.
A VERY PLEASANT COTTAGE AND
Garden in Nuuauu Valley. Please inquire of tae propri
etor, on the ureinises. any day after A o'clock, P. M.
i:0-4t J- FULLER.
TO l.ET. ,
THE STORE AM) PREMISES
Queen street, opposite the Market
inquire of (Io0-4t
WaiUahalulu Water Lots!
TlIIE IXDERSICXEI) HAVING BEEN
apiMdnted agent for the sale and lease of the
WniUahalala Lots I .
begs to cnll the attention of Merchants, Ship Owners, Speculator,
and others 1 1 this finely situated tract of land which is now of
fered iu lots at reduced rate, aud on liberal and convenient
Plans may be seen ami all particulars learned by application
to the uuilersijiiied at Roliert C. Janion's Fire-proof Buildings.
X. B. Early application should be made for choice Lots.
W. L. GREEN,
Airent for the Sale of Waikahalulit Lots.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1S53. ' , 121-tf -
Valuable Real Estate for Sale!
THE RESIDENCE OF R- V. SPEI-j
DEN, situated on the Waikllil Koail, two nines ciuj
of Honolulu. The premises contain about FOUR.
ACRES of well fenced Land, Dwelling House, and all other ne
cessary out-houses. There is also a cr;at variety or rruit trees
Peaches, Apples, Cherry, Apricot. Nectarine, Mulberry. Mango,
Quince, and a variety of native fruit, Cocoanuts, etc. There are
five fish ponJs ou the premises, containing about 'JO.000 hsh, of
which one fourth ore fit for use. The ponds are supplied by a
never failing stream of mountain w ter. The land is Mil in good
cultiniti.ii, and hounded : Shade Trees of every description
adapted to this cliiuat. Persons desirous ot purchasing, would
do well to call and examine th -sc premises. , .
Title fee simple.
For particulars, impiire of It. V',
On the premise. ;
Or A. J.
Tor Sale !
TITFOM R COFFEE PLANTATION,
, AT IIANALEI, KAUAI, ..
Is oflere-1 f.r sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of fOdO Arrrs, and has upon it 50.000 Coflee
T rers. The land is well adapted to, the cultivation of sugnr
cane. The estate is unencurolwreil, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of sale, inquire of
II. F. SNOW.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
MTHK CORAL STORE ON THE COR-
, nerof Mercliant and Kiuihumauu streets ccupied by
- iSu Ir- McKilibin. Possession given on the first of August
next. The premises are 30 by 60 feet, and will be enclosed if
desired, and the house put in pond order. If sold, the terms
will b. made easy. Inquire of .
Honolulu, July 2d, 1858. 109-tf ASIIER B. BATES.
FOR S VLE.
THE DWELLING HOUSE ON KUKCI
street, occupied ny Sir. liauiei rosier, oppomw: iuc rai
dence of F. L. Hanks, Esq. Apply t-
yd.it A. P. E EKr.i r.
THE IIOCSE A NO LOT SITUATED ON
SESfc Waikiki Plains, at present occupied by the undersigned.
XZ Term, liberal. Apply at this OiUce, or to ;
9Mf JOHN 1OKU.
T.TTWIQ c3 KTOX1TON,
Corner King and Bethel Streets,
rilHE SUBSCRIBERS would Inform their friends,
, I . Shipmaster., and the public generally, that they will lie
happy, at all times, to greet them at their New Shop on cor
ner of Bethel and Kind stn s. All orders with which they may
be favored,will be thankfully received and promptlya ttended to.
-ET PARTICULAR ATTEXTI0N PAID TO OUAGING. JZQ
N. B. Terms moderate.
i JAMES U LEWTS.
; 95. GEORGE W. NORTON.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
a re THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
J. and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
supply merchants and families with hard and aoa soap also,
neats foot oil. . . . ,
T And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
f't kinds of kitchen grease. 63-ly
siiirsMrrii and general blacksmith,
WOULD RETURN HIS THANKS FOR
Ibrmer patronage received while at his old shop, oppo
site the Custom House, and at tlie same time notify Shipmasters
and the public generally, that he has taken the stand adjoining
Messrs. Brass & Esmas, shipwrights, formerly occupied by
Captain Brown, where he is prepared to execute all kinds of
work in his line on tlie mo reasonable ... -
line iubiium) " r
t:L' and Wlfli lllSnatClL. IVV,
E . J . SMITH,
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker.
.nvfiti LEAVE TO NOTIFY THE
L MlJ V- mJV.I Mt m - --
. . - . i . i i. r nMMiM tn fiirnisn nil KinclS
1 of COFFINS, aud iieriutetid Funerals, attheshort-
. iJi est notice, rtoin Uie long expeneuue ue nn n
the business, he trusts that he may give satisfaction to those who
will favi him with a calL. Ready made pine coffins always on
band, from 4 to 10 ; cherry and koa .do.- vanushe.1, $10 and
25 ; k.-a do, polishe.1, $25 ami $40. Koa Lnmber on hand an.1
for sale at his shop, Kiua stree nearly opiosite the teamen s
'."b.- FURNITURE made, repaired aud vaniishLiivith
ueatuos and dispatch. .
THOMPSON & IYEVILI.E,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOMHOUSE,
THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
the pr -mises formerly ox-cupieu oy m. j-i. iur..,
are now prepared to execute Ship, Carriage aud Cart
..- . ..... .. i . .... i. ttir a ixl ntnAt reasonaole
tr nurK, oil l nc nn'-1-- v .
. . . . ...... Kim! iihi merit a snare
terms, aim nope ny siriev ne.ii.i.... - -
of the oulilic patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. 105-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ENGAG
ed the service, of an experienced Upholsterer, is now pre
pared to make to order Spring Beds, Hair, Pula and Hay Mat
tresses, Spring Lounges, Ac. Old Sofas, Lounges, Ottomans and
Chairs repaired aud re-covered on reasonable terms. Furniture
of all kinds made ta order. . .
Koa. black walnut, pine and lead Coffins constantly on hand
and made to order. CHAS. W. FOX, Cabioetemaker, .
79-tf Stewart'. Old Stand, Hotel aU, near corner of Fort.
o o t-i w- mnv tvnuKS.
AUCl IIU.lOUI. mV " - - '
' rpHE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
I r . it Lin.1. nf m,ihinrT. mill rearing. Wind
X ouuiuuKwrv .U ,wu.i- ' '
lass gearing, ship forging, and smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvil. Ac on hand; and made to
order. '.,'', "
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
- Also one excellent small sized sugar mill with copper train
eotnpte, adapted to either bora, or water power
Tin and Coppersmith,
XT An work in his line win he executed with promptnesand
in vnramnni wte manner.
JI. It. narrey,
HOUSE, 8 HIP, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
KlirO STREET, HEAR' TORT, HOSOLUL.U.
ALL KINDS OF "WORK IN III9 LINE
will be executed with dispatch, and in a style second to
8. JOHNSON, v 1
HOUSE CARPENTER, ic, '
KtlfO STREET, Jt EARLY OPPOSITE THE BETHEL
RESPECTFULLV INTIMATES THAT
he is prepared to execute any work ia th. above line, ana
hope to merit a share of public patronage. lftt-u
MASTS OF ALL SIZES.
R SALE BV. -
Sd.tf H. HiCEflLI' W
JANUARY - (, WX
'teas, i..;lu!i::, &t.t 10 tl
FOR SALE OR TO L.F. F,
wTiitT i Pi;r, i com .i-.
4v A oecupioCt ifft s-'O.VUttril. i
'I he Home Is ufarty new, ami one of tiie oiost convenient I
honse. it Uoaululu, and contains
Park. 22 feet by Tl feet. '
Hining Room, II by 22 feet,
- , . Five tlevpiug Rooms,
. Pressing Room, Pantry, Store Room,
' Math Room, 8 rvaut's Room, , .
Carriage House, '
And suppUeil with water from the Government Pipes.
Tlie Lot is 75 feet froutage, with a depth of about 300 feet, and
contains a variety of Shade and Ornamental Trees.
For particulars, etc., apply to ; A. P. KVERETT, .
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1858. , 120-tf .
: - -" -. TO LET.
fTHE COTTAGE AND PREMISES IN
iyii Isuua,iu Valley, at the comer of School and Nuuanusts.
tlrljt. lately occupied by Mr. Smithies. The house Is in good
repair, and supplied with water from the Government Works.
Rent low. For particulars apply to -138-tf
.AT. F. LADD.
FOUR OFFICES OX THE FIRST AND
second floors of the Stone Building lately occupied by B.
W, Field. To be let together or singly. Term. low.
Apply to . 128-tf I W. F. LADD.
: TO LET.
MTHE GRENIER PREMISES. ON NUU
anu street, opiwwite Merchant street, consisting of TWO
SrORES, with fixtures., etc Apply to
12o-tf , . . A. P. EVERETT. ;
' TO LET.
THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OF-
lices in the FIRE PROOF MUCK. BUILDING, coruer of
Kaahiimanu and Oueen streets, vix :
The second floor, at present occupied by D. C. Waterman fc Co.
, The third floor, over the oflice of Messrs. C. A. & II. F. Poor,
Tlie orace on tlie secona noor, airectiy over uio savings nana.
The Cellar of tlie above building, capable of storage of 1500
1'cxiL'Ssiou given immediately. Terms moderate. Apply to
llSMf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
TWO NEW, NEAT. WELL-FINISHED
Cottages, with outbuildings complete, near the Methodist
Episcopal Church. Apply to .
100-tf . , J. T. AVATERnOUSE.
TAIIE COTTAGE A?fD PREMISES 1XL.4
HAIN A, recently occupied by Dr. White. The building
Is 22 bv SO feet, with verandahs in front and rear, and pantry.
servants' house, cook house, bath house, and other outbuildings.
On tlie premises are several very superior grape vines in full
bearing. Apply to J. T. AVATKRHOUSE, Honolulu, -
100-tf Or to U. DIUKINSOX, Lahaina.
TIIE FOLLOWING OFFICES AND
ROOMS, in the brick building, corner of yueen and
iiUIL Kaahninann streets, generally known as the Makee k
Authon building, viz. r
The third floor over Slessrs. Al irich k Uishois suitable for
The office on the second floor, (lately occupied by J. Makee,
The celhir of the above building, capable of storage lor 1,500
barrels. Apply to
f,5-tf CHAS. BRKWER, 2n.
ALL THOSE WELL ENCLOSED PRE-
miseii heretof:r3 occnpieil by O. AT. Macy as a private
residence, adjoiuins Mr. Montgomery's garden, on Smith
Krid"p. aud eiirht minutes' walk of the wharf. The houses con
sist of a largo parlor, with a splendid view of Nuuanu A'ulley, a
dining room, four good bed rooms, pantry, cook house and well.
The garden Is well ftocked with fruit trees, and the situation is
coot picturesque and salubrious. A family will find it a most
desirable residence. Impure of JOHN MONTGOMERY.
117-tf - Mercnant street.
- - -.n. - r w. ri r ' , , TC
0J XII J WKhb-aslMV iS X rw r..-i i-t
t? near the comer of Kinsr and Maana Kea streets, formerly
JiyjLocmpied by C. W. Vincent, as a carpenter's shop and lum
ber yard, and more recently by Messrs. H. C Leonard & Co.,
two good buildings being on said premises, fit for a carpenter
trade or storage purposes. For teems apply to r ,
I . v ,i . rr utubih,
UC-tf ' H. Hackfeld k Co.1.
FIRF PROOF STORE TO LET.
TIIE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS FIRE
Proof Store on Kahuiuanu street, lately occupiea oy
Messrs Kruil & Moll. Terms moderate. Possession
given immediately Apply to
lltf-tl - V-"'"J- "
A COMMODIOUS COTTAGE ON Ho
tel street, diwctly opposite me rauueuca o, v. " -.
Snow. Apply to lUS-tfl R. OILLILAND.
TO LET, -
TIIE BOARDING IIOlsis u
rear or the miuw iire jo.;., , -
rooms, all furnished. Inquire on the premise.. lll-tl
MTMle FIRE-PROOF STORE AT PRE
Aent occupied by Messrs. Krull k Moll. Possession
108Ar1Ven " Ut neXtWOt'ai ArP'&IA9. BREWER 21.
. TO LET.
TIIE CELLAR UNDER THE HOXO
1 ' V . .... .wnknt ,n town cana-
5 lie lulu House one oi
hie of storing about 400 ton.. Inquire
pnil SALE OR TO LET,
TIIE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
street. Terms uoerai. -iri". ' . , ,
100-tf C. AV. V1NCKNT, Fort street, Honolulu-
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
. g. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
32-tf Merchant street, near the Royal notel
for SALE OR LEASE."
THE PREMISES BELONG I -G TOCJ.
Averbere. Esq., comer oi n.ing auu -
Iminaliate p.session can be given if required. Fw
terms apply to 0o-tfl rmKMatiAruv
TO Jjf "J,
THE TWO STORES RECENTLIT
erected in F.wt street, between King and j n"'SuH;
Parties wishing to lease can have them fitted to suit by
early application. For term, please apply to SN0W
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commodio,is residence in Nuuanu Valley, about a mile
n.l a half from town. Terms moderate. Apply to
Honolulu. JnlrU 1-tf
FFICE TO LET.-Tbe front Office 7;i'1v
office. Enquire ot to-uj -
liiimber ! aUiiiilier !
AT THE OLD LUMBER YARD Just re
A . , -- ..-....,. ,h.it .ssortment of Eastern Lum-
JJt Ceieu, 1 -'.-'-I
ber ever imported, consisting of r.menters'
15 000 feet assorted white oak plank, for Ship Carpenters
and Wheelwrights' use ; . ' -. . tWck.
20 000 feet wnite pme ui.iioi8 . V i. it i
ti OOO feet yellow pine li to 1J inch plank, for heading and
,teP!U-. . . tvrdi.narallelklths.
20,000 I eel i-rnu5jiii nun.
s'nwlvania white pine shelving, pUned on both
Sides. .... :.,-!-, l. lll.ilnrli.
43,000 feet assortea aimension T"""-i " -
100.000 best Aroostuk shaved cedar shingles.
23,000 lest laths.
Aud a variety of building material. .....
Auo a van , J.3SWERS, Liunber Merchant.
- Foi-t street.
rwiIIF UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
T burnish tothTnooWi public the following, on the tnost
reraonable terms : -
v- . n.t!tv fat building and other purposes, at so much
ar.rcps, will, smooth surface, cut out in any ! to su.t.
Lime. Fire WoH,
Ballaat tor eala.
. Hides, Stseepaklna, IIra. Ac.
. J. I. DOW9ETT.
-m-rvi TAiW METALSHEATIIING,asst'dizex,
nrufTU PRTlAR SHINGLES.
AaI4 BEST SHAVED WHITE
9 9 a O O O Cedar Shingle., per -Harriet It
U?. forb" 112-tf 1 C. H. LEWLR3, Fort st.
PRESERVED VEGETABLES. - -
Causes PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
Brandy Frnits, daily jit received per eUpper ship
aem - For .ale by
fiZHt ' CHAS. BREWER, to.
cixri? WHTTP1 SHIRTS. :
BARTONS FINE WHITE SHIRTS, LINEN
. - REMOVAL. '
rviHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED
T M.k k Anthou'a fire-proof building, p naira, over
the store of W. A-Akirich. ' - ' - c ' A- jj. . POOR.
i MX lKLL4t- i't.r.
" J AN SON, BOMl k ( :
& tUttliti.-. ' ! T ' ASI Ctt BTBfTS. 6S '. t
Cisco, hart now ilisftjif. and in store i
VWl bale. su-itK-n ti row. urms,
100 " So-Uich Brown Shertings,
100 bolt. No. 000 Duck,
. 6o0 No. 210 Duck,
29 bale. Raven Duck,
10 cases Merrunac Print, ' ? '
100 ease. Prague Prints, ,
' 500 caw. Pacific Prints, '
100 case. Bunnell's Priuts, '
60 casts 7-8, 4 Bleached Shlrttnira," " " " "'
10 case. 0-4, 8-4 and 10-4 Bleached ghirtinen,
-20 case. Bine Drills,
" 10 cases Blue Denims,
- 10 bale. Hickory Stripes, ' . v. .
25 44 I. and 4-4 Tickings, 1 '
10 Soarlet, Blue and Orev Flannels,
10 " Ballardale AVhlte Flannel,
6 cases Col-urgs and Merinos, '
' 5 cases Wool and Half-wool naM," 1
6 cases Blue and Black Alpacitas, , . ', -10
cases Pacific new styles De Laines, -'
6 case. All wool new styles do. .
, . i 8 cases Freuch Merinos, , . , , . - ;
1000 Bar State Maid Shawls,
1000 Cashiu-n-e and Plain Wool Shawls, -,
, Blaek and Colored Silks
Plain, Figured and Plaid Silks. . . ,
c And a large asaortment of other Dress Goods. ,
- Rlankets. s
1000 pairs White. Green ani Blue Mackinaw,
1000 pairs BB, TBB and BQ Blankets,
1000 pairs cheap Orey English Blankets,
1000 pairs cheap Blue Unglish Blanki-ts, ,
: 600 pairs Scarlet English Blankets. -COO
pair. 8-4, 10-4, 11-4 and 1-4 White Bed Blankets.
Clothing and Fnruishing C.oods.
1000 doc grey, blue and sc;irlet Flannel Shirts,
1000 dos grey and white Merino Undershirts and Drawers,
1000 d is Merino and Wool Sucks,
500 dos Satinet and Jean Pants,
600 do Duck and Cottonade Pants, ...
500 dor Hickory .nd Check Shirts,
600 do. Calico and White Dress Shirt?, : i
600 dox Overalls and Jumpers,
Black and Fancy Silk Cravats, No Ties, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Suspenders, and a variety of other articles too numerous to
mention. For sale by J ANSON, BOND CO.,
l;S0-2in Corner Battery and Clay streets, fan Francisco.
FANCY GOODS ! FANCY GOODS !
m. P. BRO WIV,
3Wo. OO X-3 IJattory Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, ChI., '
Importer of Fancy Goods of .ill Kinds.
CJ EADS AND BEAD WORK !
3i GUNS, 1'ISTOIS, C OM IiS, BRUSHES,
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
. LOOKING GLASSES, PERFUMERY,
SOAPS, NEEDLES, PLATED WARE,
WAX AND KID DOLLS, Sec, &c.
All Orders to receive prompt attention, and tlie good, be for
warded aa directed. .
Refers to II. M. AVhitset, Honolulu, J. I. ' 130-otn
No. 107 Clay street, San Franciaco,
OFFER FOR SALE A FULL AND COM
piete assortment of desirable
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
R. & CO. respectfully solicit Orders from the country, and
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to those whofavor
them with their custom. 66-6m
SINGER'S FIRST PREMIUM
Great Gold Medal Sewing Machines I
rpHESB MACHINES took the Gom Mbdal at the
J great laris Exhibition in competition with all the machine,
of Et rope and America, including u Wheeler t Wilmon'." and
G rover A- Baker's," aud the French Government paid Singer
& Co. 600,000 rranca for the use of the patents. In addition to
this, we have taken the first premium at seven State Fain, and
and It hardly needs the verdict of a Honolulu Jury where
Sewing Machines are scarcely known to determine its position
as the best machine for all practical purposes in use. All who
have ased the different machine, will aay so, and none other,
are competent judges. Address
JNO. II. DCNNELL, Agent,
151 Sacramento Street.
California Preserved Meats, &c.
ALIFOHNIA PRES'D MEATS, SOUPS,
tt. PUC Up irom tne oee nmntvi V
San Francisco, California,
D. R. P. Co. have contiHilly on hand a general asaort
ment of . . ;
English Oilman's Stores.
Domestic Pickfc-s, - . -
Nuts, &c Ac., Ac.
which they offer for sale in qnan titles to suit tlie parchaser.
123-Om. - - '
CORNERVf CALIFORNIA AND SANSOME STS.,
San Francisco, Cal.
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
Establishment offers suierior inducements to the Traveling
Public, and to those wishing a quiet home. It la .ituated in
convenient proximity to the busiues. center, and ta conducted
on the European Plan, giving Us patrons the choice of obtaining
their meals at the restaurant connected with the house, or else
where, as their convenience may suggest. ,
The Proprietor, who has been eagaged in this h" "e
1852, solicits a continuance of the patronage of his many friend,
which, as heretofore, he will endeavor to nierit by strict atten
tion to their wants and comfort. O. AV. FRINK,
. (formerly ayilson's exchange,)
IS UP TO THE GRADE.
Sansome t., opposite American Theatre,
MR. B A ILV SARGENT,
Iiis! Proprietor of the American Exchange, (late Wil
n:li! e . , . , inf..m, tK. Travel--lawes
l" l SOU 1 AXCIiange, oe , w. . vf
ing communHv, that he has undertaken the personal charge ot
that house. He has made exteusive alterati.ieis and toprove
ments, and haa renovated the house throughout, making it tne
first Hotel on the Pacific coast. There has been added to tne
House a very fine -
SITTING ROOM AND DINING HALL. .
Newly furnislied. In point of comfort and all the conreiuenc
which moderr. notei Keeping na-re i"""
AA1FRIRAN EXCHANGE , 1
wm compare favorably '.ttaj of AtU Iloteh Tte
beat talent aa. neen empwj w. ' " ,VJ P.t.
the proprietor will wet the best tabls the market affords. Fai-
CKS TO a err TH TIHE.-. ' ' '
The American Exchange Coach is always Ui readiness to con
vey paeDgers to aiMlfromthe IIou to "?-".?
part of the CJiy,ior x uaesugn aa-Tw
charge of the Coach. ' ' ' 7 '
AMBR0TYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY!
DAGUERREOTTPKS, A M B R OTTPl B.
tnd PHOTOORAPHS. TH. W F ROEBB,
lOoJtt Stieeeaaor of II. StangaawaM. '
RUNNING FT. OF 4U W ORK-
i in' - . a... i v Kite A: Etbx."
m x lire unim -- .
, , CASDV.
ATI ASES ASSORTED STICK AND PAJSCY
m .L. i.... ti aSioltiwa-" andftwaalebT -
11M v '- - g POOR-
z 7l STORAGE.
STORAGE FOR 40O TO ftOO TONS h-vy ot
liabt fowls, on the premises of the nndetalgned
. e. ai M!tk " ' ataaatf
Cf)MM!SSION V.Kr.CIIANI.S, ! -sua
fry r- low Mi 4 -
Regal.tr DUrLIsf IIall Paieketa.
Farliotaar atleatioa paid U waplia mmI transhipnwot of
wiefchaudise, sale of whalemen's bills, aud other exrhange, in
surance of luen-hnndise and specie un.lcr open polk-ies, supply
iny whaieahlpa, chartering shl, ete.
47 mmt 49 CatltTwrMlat aire. 120-tf '
. a OB) sra Ws a ' t . . ...- t .
Car-taut Jamrs Makee, lionolula; Captaia D, C. Waterman
UenoluIUi Alessrs. uiuuaa KJiuuia. . w ,
.. oairrrrrs mokca.
C. . MlTBiWAT.
a. r. tom
MORGAN, STONG & CO., .
Commission and Forwarding MerelianU, 8aa Fraasdaeo, Cal
Keferenees. T. . au-away sum,. eir. .. a. . j -i
k Swift Perry, New Radford, Messrs. OriuncH Mlnturn
Co., New York, John M. Forbr. Ksq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins it Smith, New Lnndiat, Daniel C. Waterman Maq. Hon
nlulu. - . . July 1, lftMMf. .
O O nrcat Pine. Sydney.
g-y Reference to W. U 0Re, Honolulu, 8. 1.
E ASTRA & CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Ilakodadi, Japan. . ,
a LL Kind, of Fresh Provisions furnished J also. Ship's
J. Store, and Ship Chaudiery, at nosoii.c raivcs.
Whalemen's liraru taaen, c .
WHI. II. KElixLY,
" GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
TAHITI. , (
Will supply ship, with provision., Ac., and advance money on
favorable term, for bill on the United States. AS-ly
W. BUTLER, -
CUSTOMHOUSE Ai COMMISSION AGENT
MANGO-VCI, NEW ZEALAND,
rr EhippUig .uppUed or. the most reasonable term. Lat.
SJ 8., long. 173 SS.K . . ; 41-ly
SAHIX. C. WOODRUFF,
SHIPCIIAXDLER, STOREKEEPER AND
HEXERAL AiEXT.aroAti bought and sold on com
mission. Ship and Family Stores put op at the shortest notice.
Corner of Qitkih'h Road and Pottixg.b stbkxt, lIxsa;Wn.
XT Refer, to Tuomas frKSfgn, A. J. Cabtwmgbt. I. C.
Spalding. Honolulu, Sandwichlslands. 104-ly .
rtim COPARTNERSHIP IIKRETOFORE
M. V'ling under the name and style of KDWARD8 C WAL
TON", I kiis day dissiHved, hiving expired by limitation. The
affaiisif the late firm will ne nquiuniea ny j. a. tt ,
.Hi.ii the Whal.aalll I.IIMr HBlISm,
Front atrerf, under the name ann siyie or n. a.
TUMI W CO.
A. 8. EDWARD?,
J. C WALluA
Tit Aerslgned resiiectfully call your attention to their fuU
and U stock of V inea and Liawra. which has lately
been f Inisbed by recent arrivals from Europe and the Kast
ern Si , and which will lie afforded at ioweat market price.
I . a .-..li 'in jfl,-.a
S. EDWARDS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wines and Liquor,
lOO FRONT STREET, VORXER OF WAS HI KOTO V,
San FraatclaccH CttU
CYRUS V. JONES, FORMERLY OH IIU
NOLL LL". I. engaged with tha ahov. Arm, and rnHwot
...ii.. . ,i:.!i. trm him i,m fi-if nd. and will be h.ioTi v to attend
to the purchase of all description, of mercliaoduM, at the uul
rate, of oommlasion- - . . -jMj! ' .
B.. RR Y & PATTEN, i y
lit PO STEM, WHOLLTBAXB AM RETAIL DEALCRA I '
WINES, LIQ UORS, DEMIJOHNS, K,
""""1 10 M.ali.aicrr ate, Sai"FrancIaav. to-lf
XX. WERSTER & CO.
IMPORTERS AXP DEALERS IN -
3 xr . ax A o "3ST xa o
L.iquor9 of every Iecriptioii.
101 FROXT STREET,
Between Washington and Merchant, , vn.Bn
U5 XX oxkcv j.vijvw
ROPE WALK - AND OAriUITX
CIORDAGE OF EVERY SIZE MAflUFAi
J TITRF.II to order. Constantly on haad, a larr. as-
aortment of MANILA AXD HEMP ROPE, (all dies), Bala
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, Ac, for saU by TL'BRE 4 CO,
80-ly 139. Front Btraet, Ban rraocuco.
Dr. Ii. J. Czapluiy '0
GRAND MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
K.r. ii. ui.. ielw MaatKaacrr.
Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company Office,
8AS FRAJiClSCO, CAL. . . . . -
Established tn 1864, for the permanent car of all private and ,
chronic disease., and the suppression of quackery.
Attendim and Resident Physician, U J. Csxpair, M. D., late
-. i . . i II.- M...(iW.n Ia the
In tne Hungarian Revolutionary r, i, v-"-" . . .v ,-
20th Regiment of Honveds, Chi-sf Surgeon to the Military
Hospital of Pesth, Hun vary, and lata lecturer on dieease. of
-i.ii.ln.. . Cnnimnnlratiffn. atricUv eouAdcnUaL
Consultations by letter or otherwise, free. Addres. L. J t'r-
KAT, 3H. v.. Ban rranciswi, miwu. '-
SAILS! SAILS !
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED
the following BAILS, suitable for a Teasel of 250 to 800
1 new Topsail; - '
1 new Foresail;
1 new T. M. Studding Bail; r . .
I main Royal; .
1 gpanker, 1 Jib, 1 "
1 Fore Topmast Staysail, wearj. new.
1 Spanker, . .1 , . . J .
1 Top OallantsaU, )
1 Mt Iron strapped Cnttlng-in Blocks, with chain jpendaots,
rnplete. ., (93-tfl B. F. EMOtt.
CHAIRS I CHAIRS 1 1
JUST RECEIVED pr " Young Urecx,' irota iwnos
an assortment of Chair., con.Utlng of 1
' Ray State otnee, lames- inning, ttouh bw muoc,
HaHlmore Cane, Lafayette do, '
- Ball Top Grecian OoM Btri, do do do Cnri Maple, ,
Cane Back Rocking, Ball Top Grecian Bird Eye,
' Cane Back Nnrse, Wood Seat, Chi Wren's Rocking,- -
Children. Peg Arm Dining, do da Hole, kc Ae., A&, i
s For aal. by J .
1 JOtf ' A. P. KVERxTTT.
FOR SALE BY,
OCRS, 8AUTERNES AND CLARETS,
of vanoo. Drannsana quaiiueai .... .
Champagne, Cherry Cordial.
Very auerior Sherries;
Fine old port; . ' ' . ' ; ?
Old Jamaica Rom, a superior article; - .... ,Jlrn
Holland. Gin, tn one dnsea and large oaaH
Old Tom, MooongabeJe. Waiskyi
Brandies, Bitlers, etc., etc . " ll-tt
EASTERN LUMBER! ' ., 7
PER ELIZA tt. ELLA, - A SELECT KD
anortraent of Eastern Lnmber, aonshaUof of f
Yellow Pine Flooring, Worked.
Spruce do do do. "
Half Inch Matched Celling, a superior article for House and
Cabin lining. - "
- White Pine worked raruuon noanis. . .
Wide Coffin Boards Phimrlea, Laths,
mentof BCTLDLXO JIATKRIAI.seiectirfthe anrned.
SHIRTS J SHIRTS!
JUST RECEIVED KB FANltT RL4 JOR
direct from the Manufactarer in 5ew Torfc. aiaalluvok
of Uavie. k ioom cetebrat-d V'3 .TlS
Dlr collar shirts. They are awiected to that w. eaa tt ahaxwt
W aiindafford to aefl them 90 per east m than farmer
prtoeaTIt wanU but a trial U oonvince any one of tAwtrsupert-
MAR RLE feL ADS.
WUST RECEIVED, per Yoong Greek," Boxon.
mm- and tor aa. or uei
RLE SLABS, with Bracket
r, , .'1.'. ' z : - . .
l4r-" ..-'-.. xr.c i-
SAFES! SAFi:3! ' - :
rtupcaiou fire at"! -rr:: ?rroo?
hr - iA-tfl . v. . - . - t T.