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, - ; T their RlRht Naves.
T. belief is, u we hiva lately sail, that
t wrm In the elective firanchkw, and even
Uotaiaeat European war, prases few points of in.
vt 4t."'u. whaterer its action may be in a finan
cial liew. It is snch as this country is an.4 will be
wj liable to in consequence of the concentration
of tarsal abroad, :U11t in England. Writers
may tak as they r j aboat the tolly of playing a
sort of colonial part in the world's money market.
17o anal! however be obliged to do it for many a year
to come ; and if we were as wealthy as we shall be" at
ansae fatnre day, some people weakly boast that
we are now. yet I ) in the nut a re of money to fluc
tuate under the Mnare of event, and had we as
nock f it m England has, its currents would be
war to run sometimes to one shore, sometimes to the
atker. jwst as the waves of the Atlantic now rolL
fiat a traee to the war, and to reforms abroad.
Tiere are reforms that really concern ourselves most
intimately. They are not of the constitution, but of
we personal character and conduct of business men.
Tie reform, the abolition this country wants, is the
abolition of Cheating. The Independent has a chap
ter on cheating; it is a long one of course, or it could
not so ratten as give the brief list of them. We are
sorry they are so numerous, first because it makes a
'most disgraceful revelation, and then, because it
makes us loth to begin to write upon the subject
'- from the despair, on account of want of space, of pre
senting anything but a tame, fiat outline. A mirror
is needed large enough to reflect the entire features
of the ngly reality. To understand the deformity of
this vice of cheating, it ought not only to be seen, but
- ' seen in all its infinite and disgusting variety. Look
at som of the facts.
. w .A wholesale or retail dry goods store sells yon
twenty pounds of sewing silk. When sent home, its
weight is ten or fifteen pounds, no more. Such is the
custom. A spool of cotton stamped 200 yards mea
se res only 150 or J 75. Ribbons supposed to mea
. sore, and Indeed once did, fourteen yards, are only
twelve. Piece silk and other goods called 24, 26, 28
inches, run 22J. 24$ 26. This is known to mer
chantsothers are dereived.
' . , A paper of cut-tucks marked 1000, contains, as
will be found on opening, only 300 ! You get only
700 percussion caps for 1000. A tool hfs cat-tleel
stamped on it There is not a bit of steel in it ; the
bieax is all in the trader.
A bundle of a gross of galloon should contain of
' course 12 pieces of 12 yards each, but it actually
contains but 108 or 120. A gross of boot-web falls
short one entire piece of 16 yards. Eyelets should
. hare 600 in a box, but you will find bat 250 there.
Aside of leather is ducked under water fur some
time previous to weighing. It is a great improve
ment of the weight.
1. It is a proverbial saying in the Swamp the leath
er market of New York that ' a million of dollars
worth of water is sold there in every year !'
In the flour trade is also fraud. When a cooper
makes a flour barrel, if the head weighs 20 pounds,
he marks it 17. This has been lately partially cor
rected by a new mode of reckoning tares. Genesee
is branded on flour, if made anywhere in New York
State ; and New York flour is sometimes marked
Ohio. Merchants know this and the other things,
but common purchasers of single barrels for families
do not.--Any dealer may himself brand upon his bar
rels fiuvsimiles of any inspector's brand. ,
We pass ever wines and liquors, the enormous
adulterations of which have been so frequently ex
posed. No secret is made now of these frauds.
Counterfeits of foreign marks 'and casks are made,
casks are blackened and made dingy as if by age or
a voyage, and old spider's webs are spun over new
bottles f wine, which probably are guiltless of a
single drop of grape juice ; in the room of which are
all sorts of poisonous drugs. -At
the stationers, you think you get an account
, . book of three, four or five quires ; but the quires
have only sixteen r eighteen sheets in them, instead
4 of twenty-four. In the poorest kind of straw paper
the same cheat is practised. Your hat falsely pur-
- ports to have eome from Paris ; your segars from
Havana.' Neither is true. The former was made
within an hoar's ride, the latter by a Jew in Chat-
. ham street. There is cheating in figs, in fish, in
raisins. ' There is cheating in all trades but ours,"
says every one. Have you watered the rum,
John? "Yes sir." Have yon sanded the
sugar " Yes sir." Then come to prayers" for
that man ha-I prayers every morning, and he did
. not live1 in New England either ; and we know, too,
that the Devil Analysis of the Soul of a Yankee,
-" who got into oar paper some how or other on Tues
' day, is as true in this latitude as farther east. We
' close by an extract from the A V. Independent :
"Thof, false weights are given fr true; short
measures are marked for full ; foreign name are
pat on domestic foods ; fac-similes of genuine labels
are pasted on spurious . packages ; deceptive brands
are- marked on barrels ; false dies are stamped on
cutlery ; lying dates are registered on casks ; old
' vintages are inscribed on new wines ; over-values
- are checked on various gooJs ; wrong names are
continually given to a thousand articles in every de
partment of trade, by which they who buy are con
tinually deceived by those who sell, and ly which
- the general morals of the mercantile community, as
' well as the standards of honor among individual
men, are insensibly yet not the less inevitably im
paired. Now as Martin Luther nailed the ninety-five pro
positions to the door of the church in Wittemburg,
and challenged all ram to dispute them, we wish
every merchant would nail to the door of his count
ing room some such heroic proclamation as the fol
lowing, and challenge all his partners to deny them :
That the lawful length of one foot, linear measure, is
twelve inches, and not nine, ten or eleven ; that a
'gallon-pot ought to hold four quarts and not three
and a pint ; that a modern bushel ought still to con
tain as much as the old Winchester bushel of Eng
" land ; and not a pint less than four pecks ; that a
. barrel of flour which is not fit to be eaten ought not
' to be marked superfine ; that a quire of paper ought
to count twenty-four sheets and not eighteen or
. twenty -two ; that a pnper of cut tacks from a hard
ware store ought to number ten hundred instead of
'three hundred ; that the length of two hundred
. yards ought to be quite as great when wound around
- - spool, as when measured in the posts and rails of
farm fence, or in the coils and braces of a ship's.
- Another great reform, somewhat different from
wLatber's in the XVI th century, is now needed in the
. XlXth ; r reform, not in faith but in works not
.in doctrinal ethics but in practical dealings ; a re-
- firms that shall call things by their right names, and
disown their wrong ; a reform that shall enter
every drygoods store and search along every shelf to
' measure the ribbons piece by piece, to weigh the sew
ing silks pound by pound, to wind the full length of
thread on the spool and to mark silk and worsted
only half and half instead of calling it all silk ; a
reSmn that shall rust out the false stamps from
"". every blade of cutlery, and to stamp the true name
. rely when the metal has the true ring a reform
' ''tkat shall mark an honest value on every pair of
- boois in every shoemaker's shop, and dry every side
1 of vet leather in the Swamp before it goes into the
sales a reform that shall enter among the flour
v barrels with the vigilance of a new inspector before
. fcia eScial - eye-aigbt grows weak. and that shall
know the difference between " Richmond middlings"
, and ' Richmond" without the middlings and shall
drive away from the Corn Exchange the peddlers
who sell fraudulent branding-irons, as the money
changers were driven from the temple with a whip
c? small cords a reform that shall go down into the
cLuness of wine-celHrs, like a spectre of justice,
allin for vengeance and shall crush the great
of the wine-vault, and sweep away, kke a I
broom, the green bottles and tJie bJaet g-A
--T Tr-.h..re gotxr Srdwine made oTfasTT
yearns bad whiskey, colored and shaken together and
1 from the remarkable vintare of 1820"
rxrm that shall fJte away from the mercantile com
raity the reproach which is now more and more
v r 1 seeped upon it, that business cannot be succesr"
. 1-2 Vvl-iout belr-j dishonest a reform whichTin
fX, lialt breae into every branch of commerce
ana truer spirit of Christian equity and
Such is tie reform that is now needed in the mer-
cmii wvru. v tint dry goods merchant will begin
C t repiitlaj the pound of "silk which does not
V? OKlacet f. What hardware merchant
wt-4 or;J cy taxing of from hia next paper of
u v-e laow oi - one thousand," and pasting in
ha rlaoe a label of " three hundred ?" What flour
mercBt wia be-in it by cutting away the false
krJ tn hm barrel, that the irons may once
f-r t Leated so as not to sear hia conscience while
fc l . We Ttftsu n meed rrtat
Commercial Reform : and we a&k, TVko trill arise
aitA Leader t We will not say, "Don't all speak
at cC2 .Yfirar- Sentinel.
Laxd erwcriATiow Jtt ru Wssr. A native of
thirteen years aeo. sold a lot In S
' &r 9h WO. To day. it having become
m eeatre, iteannot be bought for $ 400.00a
AnstW gentle n went to Kansas in 1864, taking
Lia C7,CXL--Tie praaerty he has acquired
,''T3 iat tiix nooUas is BOWW"th $200,000.
' L2ven worth which soli in J 856 for
C c , is now worth S15.CC0. The same is
tUesw La . Joer-V Cense City, Xa wren ce, and
" r- ?cineat. points. lien, In- those
I- i J fixity, not from ay superior
r :r' avfo'j invested a little mosey in -t
r r- "(.rT-rrr ; ,I 1856, an Ohio
f ' Jiziisr tract or LvL jU-
,' i, cJ I'-Lia six nontlj i as
rM-nrtATioji to Pan Moepht. The testimonial
from the chess dab and citizens of New York, to
Paul Morphy.the distinguished chess player, was
presented on the 25th at the chapel of the University,
in the presence of a large audience of both sexes.
The presentation speech was made by John - Van
Buren, who traced to some extent the history of
chess playing, alluding to its universality and no
ticing eome of its leading champions, all of whose
feats, he stated, Mr.MorpT!y has excelled. After a
defense of the game and recounting the circumstan
ces of Mr. M.'s career in Europe, complimenting
him for his success and many excellent qualities, he
delivered the testimonial.
This consists of gold and silver chess figures and
a board of rosewood, the squares being ebony and
mother of peai-L A slightly raised edge, ornament
ed by a single delicate line of inlaid silver, sur
rounds the board. Three inches from the edge, four
tournament lances, in silver, incloses the chequered
field a square of twenty inches. In each exterior
angle formed by the overlapping of the lances, cir
cled by a laurel wreath of gold, exquisitely inlaid,
are the letters P. M., in decorated cipher. Midway
of the border, from which Mr. Morphy is supposed
to play, an inlaid oval plate of silver, surrounded by
a trophy composed of the standards of those nations
whose subjects have been . obliged to recognize the
sovereignty of a Republican champion, bears the
subjoined inscription :
To Paul Morphy, a recognition of his genius and
a token of regard from his friends and admirers in
New York and Brooklyn, New York, 1859.
A Russian Vessel or Wan ix New York. The
Russian vessel of war, General Admiral, made a trial
trip in New York on Wednesday last. She made
fourteen miles an hour on the trip. The vessel was
built by Webb, of New York, and her engines, which
are 800 horse power, at the Novelty Works, ner
capacity is about C.000 tons ; length on spar deck
307 feet, breadth 55 feet, length over all about 825
feet, depth to spar deck 84 feet. She is pierced with
44 side ports and two stern ports on ber lower deck,
and SO side ports and four large ports forward, and
four large ports aft on spar deck. Her armanent
will consist of 40 shell guns of large calibre on gun
deck, and 20 long guns and two pivot guns of the
largest size, eleven inch, on her spar deck. Her
crew will number 800 men, and she has capacity to
carry water and provisions for their sustenance suf
ficient for six months, in addition to which she has
stowage room in her coal bunkers for 1,200 tons of
Coal, and will not draw over .25 feet of water with
everything on board for a six months' cruise.
Pictorial Dictionary. A new and pictorial
edition of Webster's great American Dictionary is
now in press, and is soon to be issued by the enter
prising publishers. G. & C. Merriam of Springfield.
It is evidently their purpose that no expense or labor
shall be wanting on their part to keep up the su
periority and high reputation of this standard work,
over every other of the kind in the language. Many
thousands of new words have been added to its vo
cabulary, and much new matter in the illustration
and descrimination of synonyms. Some 1,500 or
more beautiful pictorial illustrations have been in
troduced into the work, which will add mnch to its
value. We have seen specimen sheets of these illus
trations, and can hardly tee how they could be im
proved in beauty or accuracy? Boston Evening
Death or Kino Bomba. We also learn by this
arrival that Ferdinand II, King of Naples, died in
the 56th year of his age, and his son, Francis the
Second, had ascended the throne. This is another
very important event, pointingtoward the regenera
tion of Italy, for King Ferdinand was perhaps the
most cruel and despotic tyrant of his time, and
humanity evervwhere will rejoice that the world is
rid of him at last The new king is represented to
be a very weak, inexperienced young man, who has
been secluded from the world, and filled with super
stitions by the priests who watched over him : but
he has an ambitious young wife, who may have a
paramount influence ; as yet, there are no intima
tions as to which side he would take in the war
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
per late arrivals fmra Boston, the following splendid as
sortment of Stationery, Plank Bocks, and Desk Furniture via
3, 4, 6 and uire J ournaU, various bindings;
3, 4, 6 and S tuire Ledgers, do do:
3, 4, & and 0 quire Record Books;
3, 4, 6 and 6 quire Day Books;
3, 4, 6 and 6 quire Log Rooks;
Assorted cargo books; Assorted tack mem. books;
do tack diaries and almanacs, or lsos;
do writing books, with and without copies;
do cap ledger indices; assorted letter books;
200 ream letter, cap and note paper;
10 do bill and account current paper;
100,000 buff and white envelopes, of all sizes;
2,000 parchment and rkxhMvelopes, or all sixes;
A great variety of blank tuAJt, drafts and bills of lading;
Bowditch's Xavigatr; Expeditious Calculator;
Nautical Almanac, for 1859; 100 gross steel pens;
Gutta percha pens a new article; copying brushes;
Assorted red tape; red, fancy and black sealing wax;
Boxes assorted gummed seals; patent ink erasers;
Patent pencil sliarpeners; patent traveling ink stands;
Flat, round and octagon rulers; tin cask trays;
Luhin's, Fiber's and Ropes' lead pencils; tin wafer cups;
25 gross red, bine and black inks; assorted copying inks;
Assorted portfolias,choice article; assorted ivory paper folders;
do pen holders, various patterns; pen racks; letter clips;
do paper weights; assorted inkstands; thermometers;
do mottled and plain linen twine,
do slates, small toy and school;
do banker wallets, for notes anil bills;
A few gross of real Albata pens; ladies' small sized etter paper;
Italian office desk hones; camel bair pencils, etc., etc.
fe3-tf u. M. wjutaky.
WAR IN EUROPE!
JL and SKETCHES will appear from week to week
"ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS."
Arriving by each mail from England, via San Francisco.
The services of the most eminent Artists and Photographers
have been engaged by the Publishers ; ami, assisted by all the
the resources of this rrally wnndrrfal newspaper, the Proprietors
intend that the ILLUSTRATED LOyDOX NEWS shall
form the most entrplvte ami unrivalled Pictorial Kecnrd of the
Scenes and Incidents of the present exciting CK1SI3 IN
EL" HOPE, in proof of which ihey confidently poiut to their
world-renowned series of illustrations which appeared -during
1864-65 of the War in the Crimea, and in 1857-5$ of the great
Revolt in India, both pronounced to be the most wonderful
efforts ever acccuanplisheit in the newspaper world.
The illustrated London JVewi tor 1359 will even Surpass all
previous years in the accuracy and fidelity of the Sketches aad
Itiotographs, as well as in the general execution of the Ku
XT The price of subscription, including all Double and Col
ored Numbers, Plates, fcc, is $14 per year, or $3 for six months.
HENRY M. WHITNEY.
157-2m Agent, Honolulu.
BY JAMES J. JARVES. ESQ..
THE UNDERSIGNED hasreeeied by the ship Eli
za If Ella, from Boston, the following late publications,
by Mr. J aires, formerly of Honolulu :
KIANA, a Tale of Hawaii $125.
This work is founded on one of the ancient traditions of the
Hawaiians, and illustrates their ancient customs and habits. It
is dedicated by the Author to His Majesty Kamchameha IV.
ART 1ILNTS, o.v Architecture, Sctlptcrk ani
Painting By J. J. Jarves 50.
"America has at last produced a writer who may help to eda
cate ner in art, guhie ner tmant steps, and to point oat the pit
falls that surround the pilgrim of art." London Atkentum.
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jarves. 1st and 2d series.
Without question, one of the raciest books ever wiittenon
Parisian life and manners." Boston Post.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numerous illustrations By J.
J. Jarves SL-50.
"The sketches df which this volume is composed, are not only
spirited Ml Informing. They furnish ani mpressive idea of the
grandeur and toe glory asd the degradation and shame of mod
era Italy." Horns Journal.
87-f Ir sale by II. M. WHITNEY- .
tJllTlSES SUP. OIL. CLOTH, aassorted widths.
received and for as le by orn wiutns,
CHAS. BREWER, 2d
wra E.iULisil SHEET IRON, OF ALL
miuKm aw. UUUTWWIIS, KJT Saie BJ
13g-tf - MELCHERS k. CO.
30 ?or'aaiebySUPERIOR TOBACCO, lOa
P. C. WATERMAN k CO.
1000 B,-uR,RELS OIL- SIIOOKS for sale hy
, MANILA CORDAGE.
fi.O JJP' ia, made to order, Jmt re-
5 VT reived per clipper sliiu "gvren" f- k-
i per cupper slup "Syren," for sale br
- CHA8 BREWER, 2d.
PITCH AND TAR. . ,
BARRELS of each, just arrived and hpukt
CHAS. BREWER Jo.
t FENCE POSTS it '
AMAM FENCE POSTS FO Rm v. is v
. . CHAS. BREWER 2d.
"CCE AND PINE LATHS,
nhhewuod Boards, . For sale by
B?5R AWD SHEET inON for sale, by
131-tf - . r. it u a i-u-k-o
' - . ' ' 4.
HPn v va nn . v
with Harness eomoiete. J LJr
. . CHAs. r-:
TTvort SALE BT
H. M. WHITNEY.
-; - r- - " PORK It
f?r tf- BARRELS PRIME POBK, Juat arrived
aWWV per -Syren," . for sals by
HACKFELD & CO.
OFFER FOR BALE, TO ABRIVR PER BARK . .
"C. KELCIlERSr .
THE FOLLOWING INVOICES OF EKOLIsn, FRENCH AND
, . . GERMAIT GOODS,
JUE HERE ABOUT FIRST SEPTEMBER.
Cottons, Linens &. Woolen Goods. '
Rales pink and yellow prints, do fancy do.
Do. mourning do, do two blue do,
- Do. white ground do, do white shrrtinga,
Do. glazed ool'd do, cases ginghams, ,
Cases printed cotton handkerchiefs,
Vaney printed jacennets, Victoria lawns,
Himalaya pock muslin, barege dresses.
Cambric, Bwias muslin, mosquito netting.
Lace and muslin sleeves and collars, embroidered, -Black
Orleans alpacca, blue figured alpacca,
Oregon checks, moleskin, hackaback, -Cotton
slastiques for pantaloons, linen diaper.
Blue twilled flannel, blue, green and pink flannel,
White linen drill, Russia crash, checked coatings,
Blue and black broad cloth.
Blue, crimson and grey woolen blankets.
Clothing, Shirts, Hats, Ac.
Plain, black and blue pantaloons, buckskin pants, south westers,
White linen drill pants, assortment of cotton pants,
Black, blue and brown cloth coats and paletots,
Pilot cloth jackets and pants,U'k alpacca coats,
Hickory shirts, printed regatta shirts,
Blue serge shirts, white cotton shirts,
White L, B- do, French calf boots,
French Amaaon felt bats,
Ladles' straw da, Leghorn,
Children's straw do,Leghorn,
Gent's straw hats, Leghorn,
Superior silk and woolen undershirts.
Gent's silk. Lisle thread and cotton socks.
Ladies' silk, Lisle thread and cotton stockings,
Gent's lasting gaiters, gent's lacquered gaiters.
Children's Lisle thread and cotton socks and stockings,
Ladies' and gent's Vienna slippers, French calf boots,
An assortment of French felt hats, for gent's and children.
' Silk bed covers, cambric silk handkerchiefs,
Chenille and dress trimmings, ruche,
Silk umbrellas, black and colored satin,
Black lustrine, moire antique,
Flowered moire antique,
VA large and splendid assortment of silks and satins.
Black, blue, green and Tiolet silk rclvet,
Black and fancy relvet ribbon.
Ladies' bonnet ribbon, latest styles.
Black tllk hat ribbon.
Linen, woolen and cassimere table covers,
Cassimere piano covers, Berlin wool,
Canvas for embroidery, oot cotton, corsets,
Linen and cotton thread, asst'd, Coates,
Linen sheeting, linen table damask, dyed silesias,
Woolen cords, bed quilts, linen bed lace.
Stay binding, suspenders, playing cards,
Portemonoaies, purses, black lace falls,
- Assortment of necessaires and dressing cases,
Gilt frame looking glasses.
Black, pink and straw colored crape.
Assortment of artificial flowers.
Silk, buckskin. Lisle thread and kid gloves,
A superior assortment of Paris fans,
A superior assortment of Paris vases, flowers, kc,
, Children's porcelain, tea sets, tulip shade glasses,
Water coolers, a large assortment of children's toys,
Tapestry carpets, Lapland and church mats.
Velvet rugs, room paper, oil cloth, calf skins, '
Turtle shell back combs, ivory tooth combs.
Turtle shell dressing and pocket combs,
Assortment of buffalo dressing combs.
Hair brushes, tooth brushes, nail brushes.
Table brushes, cloth brushes, ' -Pearl
buttons for coats, shirts and dresses,
Accordeons, concertinas, clarinets, '
Asst'd hoop iron, flat, rouud and square Iron.
Sailors' jackknives, butcher knives, coco handle,
Rodgers' pen and pocket knives.
Assortment of scissors for embroidery,
Buttenhole and tailors' scissors,
Knives and forks, razors.
Table spoons, gardeners' knives,
Shoe knives, daggers, awls,
Superior Knliwh sewing needles,
Sail needles, powder flasks,
Shot, AiC, A, &c.
A large assortment of EnglUh, French and German per
fumery, consisting of
Kau de cologne, Lubiu's extract, golden oil.
Genuine Macassar oil, pomatum,
Toilet soap and genuine extracts of J. Gosnell & Co-,
Ijondon, kc-, &C-, A'C.
Plated cruet stands,
Plated card baskets,
Sugar basins, waiters, &C-, Ac.
Loaf ami crushed sugar.
I Assortment of candies,
Raisins in i and i boxes,
Sardines hi J and I tins,
White wine vinegar,
jCapers, fee, &c.
Bags of black pepper,
btearine candles, t
Best English white lead, in tin caus,
Black lead, Paria green, chrome greeu.
Chrome yellow, Prussian blue, celestial blue.
Red lead, Venetian red, bronze paint, gold leaf,
Best English paint oil, in tins.
All hog skin saddles, imitation bog skin saddles,
Saddle cloths, silver plated spurs.
Silver plated bits and stirrups.
A few superior wardrobes.
Shii' enhin stools.
A large assortment of Russia cordage, all sizes,
Spunyarn, two and three thread, stickline,
Marline, housing, hemp twine.
Jacquesson & Sons champagne, claret,
Sherry, Madeira, port wine,
Asst'd liqueurs, ale in bbls. 4 doa. each.
"Radiia," from Boston
DUE FlhST SEPTEMBER.
Blue sheeting and drilling, brown sheetings,
P. R. denims, Jewett city denims,
Cotton duck and twine, men's kip brogans,
Saddles with stirrups, ic, complete, whips,
Men's cow hide boot, cut nails,
"Copper and iron tacks, rivets, asst'd,
Solar lamp shades and chimneys.
Whisky in barrels and kegs, casks of navy bread,
English cheese, 1500 b!l shooks, hams.
Mess beet, prime pork, tobacco, shoe blacking,
1 "refer red meats, assorted, preserved oysiers
Black pepper in I tb bottles, saleratus in do, do, do,
Bright varnish, spirits of turpentine.
Chrome green, Prussian blue, chrome yellow,
Blank books, pass books, envelopes,
Letter, note and foolscap paper, 4:c, 4c 160-tf
To Whalemen !
W. MACV would respectfully solicit the same pa
trouage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Macy tt
Law, at the established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waiiiae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beef, Mutton, Pork. Poultry, and also the cele
brated KAWAIIIAE POTATOES.
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, and in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
rr no charge made on tnter-isiana exenange.
72-tf G. W. MACT.
Jnst Rexceived per " Yankee."
WHITEWASH BRUSHES, CALIFOR
nia grund ginger, in glass;
California ground sage, in glass,
Hamlin & Baker's oysters,
Fresh peaches, in syrup, .
Fresh strawberries, in glass,
Green corn, fresh honey, fresh apples, cilron peel.
151-tf For sale by II. W. SEVERANCE.
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds,
EX MODERN TIMES."
QAA DOORS, ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
J y 3 mouldings and raised paneL '
60 Sash Doors, assorted sizes.
S00 pair Window Sash, assorted sizes.
250 pair Blinds, with and without swivels, ass d sizes.
Selected expressly for this market, and for sale low by -137-tf
GEORGE G. HOWE.
Dana's Coral Reels and Islands.
A FEW COPIES OF THE LAST EDITION
of this valuable work just received and for sale (1 26
by 125-lml 11. M. WHITNEY.
WVtVnT'NUE THE SHIP CHAN-
" ' uu vji.wiffaiu.v In his New
Fna-Paoor Stobs, now In course of erection, where he will be
Pleased to meet all bis old customers and friends. He will
keep on hand a full supply of Ship Chandlery and every descrip-
Lion Cf Merrh.rwtiM n.noll. : a v. .. .
- - -- uj snipping.
Honolulu. April 28. 1858. 143-tf C, L. RICHARDS.
AT THIS TIME, NO WORK ON EUROPE
... Vonemf mors Interest than this. The book Is profusely
illustrated, and rires a better idea of th. ni,'tii JLt i-i
cvouiuoD iiaiy, man can be obtained elsewhere. A few cop-
Irs on hand.
.'.11 v. 1 K.n i . . . . . .
"- tiyu; sx. as. VtMITEl,
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS.
EX LATE ARRIVALS '
450 Doors, all tiss and kinds.
200 Window Sash, aU kinds,
100 pair Blinds, all sixes,
12 Glass Itoors and Blinds, etc-, complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
138-tf C. U. LEWER3.
SCENES AND SCENERY-. 1 85 t
Kiana, s Romance of Hawaii $1 25; .
iuuiw rignis ana rnnciples illustrated ;
French Sighu and Principles, 2 Tots, illustrated 2 60 1
For sale by
1't3-2ni ii. m. wnrrNET.
HALT BOXES K. BOSTON Nsw 1 CRUSH
aa ia zoos dosiotj urmnuiated Sogar.
sxjst migar, just received per clipper ship "Sy-
ren,"for sale by
CHAS. BREWER 2d. I .
JT LA K WHALEMEN'S EXCHANGE
Mt ! new mHcrn, wu nos Darjeri nr sale. aim aimii.ni.
Blank Exchange. For sale by
X3-a n. m. wnrrNrr.
E?r.Li:KE,?ANTS BEST LONDON
. sr Colors, for sale by .
H. M. WHITSIY.
r p lens c. -Ttr niArrrs pai-:-.
' f -e ry (I54f fj. fZYtM tC. ,
i v.- ,. - . - t-
HONOLULU, II. I.
HITE L1NEV HANDKERCHIEFS.
Mosqnito netting, v as. wmte nose,
Blue drills. Susiienders,
N Linen toweling, Red satin.
Geaa!e Farisia Co1obi 41 II.
White water bottles, ;
Cutgoblets. ' . , Sets crockery.
Bay State lanterns, "
Blown lanterns, with spring bottoms.
Looking-glasses, gilt frames, assorted sizes, tins crackers, asstd.
Ssi Ooloaiv Test 13-lb boxes. ;
Tomato catsup, " " " ,
- Bxs rermicclU.
. Maps of the United States.
Jack knives, ,
Bags assted shot,
Solar Lai an pa Assorted sizes. '
Solar aide lamps. No. 1 lamp chimneys,
No. 1 lamp wicks. House paper, .
L R. hose and brass hose pipes, Carpet tacks.
Padlocks, brass and Iron, Ship's compasses,
Boat's compasses, Deck scrapers.
Braad'a Whaling Gmnu and Iron.
Brswa'i do. do. do. Gnsia.
Copper pumps, copper ladles,
Fluke chain, chain head straps.
1 met Catling Blocks With Chau Pbsdasts, complete.
Chain can-hooks, boat anchors, '
Oakum, row-locks, sail needles.
Manila and Hemp Cordage Assorted Sizes.
Ratline, spunyam, seizing, towline,
1 Catting Fall, Bine Banting.
Raspn and files. Axes, green paint,
Coal tar, black paint, comporSon sheathing nails, sheet lead,
Cut nails, assorted sizes.
Shooks and Heads,
New Bedford Casks,
Hoop Iron, Cooper's Rivets.
Iron bedsteads, 1 French bedstead.
Rope halters, Jute door mats,
buaiueled valises, Gunny bags.
1 main topsail,
1 fore top-sail,
1 niizen top-sail.
1 topmast stay-sail,
1 topgallant studding sail,
1 main royal.
Fire crackers, spittoons,
Chain Cablea, Rana's Dnck
FALRBANK'S PATENT PLATFORM SCALES.
Do. do. GROCERS' do.
Do. do. COUNTER do
Amor ted Shelf Hardware. Boxes Glass.
Dyer's healing embrocation,
Worsted and silk coach lace.
Wilson, Fairbank & Co's pare Donrbon
Whisky la kegs.
Cases quart bottles, cases pint bottles.
Composition and Felt for Fire-proof Roofs.
PRKSSiiD HOPS, etc., etc., etc.
, .r. " . 149-tf
To the Owner, and Persons interested In
Whalcships in the PaciGc Ocean.
Orrics or th Famii Riil-Road Compast,
New York, July 20,1857. i
The fan am a Kail-KoaU Company takes tnis metnoa
ness. of the advantages odered by the Railroad
across the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, i..id for sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been in regular and successful operation for
more than two years, and its capacity for the transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, &c,
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panuna to New York during the present season,
and the Panama aail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this inportnnt object. A Pier, 450 feet long, has
been built in the lay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to rceive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and del her the same alongside of vessels at Aspin
wall. Vessels of rom 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding ii the mud at low water.
The vessels to aid from Aspinwall are fust-sailing brigs, be.
longing tothe Rak-Road Comiany, and the Company is pre-'
pared to receive til at Panama and deliver it iu New York,
under throusb Hills of Lariiujr, at the rate of seven
cents per gallon, it received at the Pier, and eight cents per gal
lon if received iu the harbor from shipV tackles, charging for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge
covers every expense from Panama to New York, in case
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercia? Agent
of the Panama Kail-Road Company, Insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of tbe shipper.
The vessels cf be Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus is
four hours. Oil, luring its transit fUross the Isthmus, will be
covered with cara, or aoawyod in covered cars, and owners
may be assurec'that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoel have already been conveyed to New York with
out the sllghtot loss.
Oil or othereoods consigned for transportation to tlie Super
intendent of tie Panama Rail-Road Company, or to William
jVelaon, Ccmmenial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received aid forvarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Ifono
lulu, Sandwich Islaids, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
information to shipers.
J03. F. JOY, Secretary
Fkedrrio h. Ha,
Agent Panamalt. R. Co.. Honolulu S. I. 61 107
Just Rec ived per Brig "Aloha,"
AND OTHIR LATE ARRIVALS, AND
offered for salnby the undersigned, vis:
Twilled hickory blue and pink striped regatta shirts,
Parisian white ail printed bosom shirts,
Figured buckskin-iiaakinet and satinet pants,
Black Orleans sa4 coats, cotton and silk nmlirellas,
Kau de Cologne,
And. Macassar oil.
Mailer' Celebrated Tale Ale!
Claret, Haut Barsa4 Champagne, Turpentine and linseed oil,
Oiive Oil, HuiK-rior ifnnau Blacksmith's Coal,
Swedish and Knglisl liar Iron, assorted sices.
Sheet-lead and Lea Pipe, Quus, Uilles, Ounpowdcr and Shot,
149-tf KD. lOFFSCULAEGER & ST A P EX HORST.
SALT l! SALT ! SLAT !
MANIFACTURED AT THE
PtPLOa SALT WORKS!
TIIEUXOEtSIGXED IS READ V TO FCR
nish to Cutclrs and Packers, in the largest quantities, a
very superior artle, EQUAL TO THE BEST IMPORTED
SALT, and at a prf to Defy Comprlilisn ! Kr terms
apply to j DANIEL MONTGOMERY",
14'J-tf Puuloa Salt Works.
x " Yankee."
M- Assoftd jellies, citron,
Hamblin ft Baker's oysters,
Bbls Carolina rice,
For sale 1 C. L. RICnARDS ft CO.,
Kihumanu street, in stone store, formerly
151-tf - I occupied by Messrs. Krull ft Moll.
TUFA 1 CLIPPER BARK
47Tons ber Register,
WAS TO F-AVK LIVERPOOL ON THE
25th of laimonth, (April,) with s
FULL SD COMPLETE CARGO !
Expressly selectef jr this market. Including an unusually large
and choice assortfnt of PR! NTS, of which SAMPLES
are shortlv expeofi, and which will be disposed of u to arrive,"
at the VERY LrV'KST MARKET RATES. For particulars,
apply to I15lf 1 JAAION, GREEN ft CO
iilNTS AND OILS.
PUKE SN&V-WHITE ZINC IN OIL,
Pure Englil white lead,
I'ure tiencan wmte stao,
uai Tamisn, ,
Turpentine, chrome yellow,
, Cltra marine blue.
151-tf 1 For sale by H. W. SEVERANCE.
Yiws of Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS VISITING OR RESIDING
an these Islals. should not fail to send a set of G. II.
Bwrgras VlrTs sf Ilstnolnla to their friends abroad.
as they will convejby far s better idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of is place, than any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be haif ' - K. BURGESS.
118-tf I PaintShop, on King street, near Fort.
THE UNDERSIGNED." HAVING BEEN
appointed Gurdian of the uerson and urODertv of GEORGE
HOLMES, berebv lives notice to aU persons indebted to him ts
make immediate Wvroeot t and aU persons having claims
against the sametre hereby requested to present the same to
R. a. Davis ami he, the said Guardian, hereby forbids any
person trusting til said George Holmes, as from this date the
! aforesaid Guardiaiwill pay no dehtcontracted by hun. :
uonoiuiu, itec $ ism. rjsa it. u. vams.
AK PLANK. Sir. . 7
OAK PI. A IK. -H&
Spruce Deck Plank,
Hard Pins Rails, . --
For sale trr
ll-tf . I CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
PINE BOARDS AND SHINGLES.
PsTsi M FEET CLEAR EASTERN PINE
f-M W aiworteajrotn i an inch to 2 inches thick.
30,000 Easteri shaved cedar Shingles.
For sale low by ueu. u. HOWE.
"TTTROUGIJT NAILS, BY MACHINERVe
V V aross aaslesMe goat hossesHaa sad brad stalls. from the
. Lt I v sale sr
-.l.C. WATE2JIAK ft
rravc rxiPltA light pattct r-
A. fnvsaU . jr ;,aiMf..-. - ; -JAfc
o E. F. SNOW
. EE A I
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY THE
e asr a. 35J T O 3
HK I'OLLOWIXG MERCHANDISE, FOR
SALE CHEAP, OF CUUK3K!
Walker's percussion caps, .
Cast-steel augers, cut,
A II east-steel ausers.
Charcoal Irons, : -Scythe
Willow clothes basket.
ladies' saddles. -Halters,
Buggy and dray harness.
Bridles, tinned stirru.
Tin scoop, swivels,
Iaum squvesers, faucets,
Bout trees, long sticks.
Fore part irons, colts,
Wetherby's socket chisel and
gouges, firmer gouges, . ..
.Brass cocks, assorted.
Iron and brass screws,
Iron and situs shoe nails,
Traveling bags, knife cleaners,
Plated tea spoons, d table do.
Plated dessert forks, do table do,
Mule chains, 33 feet long,
Jlay forks, 2 and 3 tine,
Hat and coat hooks.
iu.,n wt canarv seed OX bow Din, ox bows.
Cotton and hemp lines. Auger handles, rolling pins.
Toasters, cake-turners, Shutter screws, screw hooks,
Sheep skin mats, Douglas pumps,
Half brooms, whisk brooms. Coppering hammers, adse eye do
Uardeu and plasteriug trowel", Shoe halninere, tack do, :
fiin tuu-lr kiwI aide cuiiibs. Coopers' anvils.
Hand and back saws.
Ripping saws, dog collars,
drawing knives, hand-bells,
Silver-plated call bells.
Picture knobs, dust brushes,
Shoe pegs, cod lines.
Mane combs, tweesers,
Brit- swinging lamps.
Brass wire seives,
Account books, V
Pocket knives, asst'd,
Black bowed scissors, assorted,
Gun flints, sardine knives,
Cook's anger bitta, -
Key rings, clothes pins,
Fabcr's ink and penci lerascrs. Belting leather, jeweler's files,
Sewing birds, neck combs, Bastend and mill files, -Butcher's
balances, with dish. Window springs, do do imperial,
Pencil sharpeners ,nhoe brushes Ship carpenter's adses, -
Cutting gauges, match safes,
Brass head nails.
Revolving pistols, in case,
Double iron smoothing and
jack planes, jointers,
Cupboard locks, tined iron wire,
English sheet iron, Russia do do,
Boxes glass, assorted,
Square and flat Swede's iron,
&c, &c, Ac.
India Rubber Toys Ac
Ladies In full dress,doll heads, Whistles, chanticleers.
Upper tea ladiesandal wood, Ilea and chickens, barbers,
Birds, monkeys, chess babies, Glove boxes, Ac, 4c.
Dry floods, &c.
Assorted frock prints, Opera flannel, .
Corset Jeans, crash, Bl'k. bob. lace, crash,
White flannel, furniture prints, Fayal lace, hair braids,
Fine camtaic muslin, dimity, Elastic cord, velvet,
Knitting'cotton. All wool carpeting.
Blue, pink and white brilliant, Italian sewing silk,
Scotch gingham, silk illusion. Black taffeta ribbon.
Bohbinet lace, muslin collars,
Pink and blue tarlton,
Drab black and white tapes.
Twilled tapes, assorted,
Brown cottons and stripes,
2 ex. full trimmed mourning
lionnets, straw braids,
Worsted table covers.
Black lace veils,
Watch guard ribbon,
Dark bonnet ribbons,
Light do. do.,
Long and short mohair mits,
Shoe laces, worsted braids,
mb. table covers, -'
Bbls rice, washing powders, tomato ketchup, refined lard,
Flour in tins, ox bows, rakes, wheelbarrows, iron horse i03ts,
Shoe brushes, sorghum cutter, walnut washstands,
II igh-post bedsteads, hair mattresses, feathers, what-nots, putty,
Oil, turpentine, red chalk, Sanford's invigorator,
Whitcomb's remedy, pure indigo, cast He soap.
Children's shoes, drab and brown hats, leghorn do,
Colonel bonnets, etc, etc. ' 159-tf
J. C. SPAL.lIJCr "
Offers for Sale, just received
PER BARK SACHEM," FROM BOSTON.
wW BALES BRO. DRILLS, 100 dox denim frocks and pants,
12 bales bro. sheetings,
7 cases cheese.
1 bale bleached do,
10 cases denims,
3 cases ticks,
2 cases bleached jeans,
1 case honey-comb quilt:?,
1 case striped grass cloth,
1 case white duck,
1 case bL and white quilting.
25 cases refined lard,
100 half bbls crushed sugar,
200 saddles, complete,
25 kits No. 1 mackerel,
200 boxes S. W. soap,
10 half bids hide poison,
20 cases alcohol,
20 cases spirits turpentine,
43 colls Manila cordage,
60 bbls extra mess beef,
30 half bhls prime butter.
4 bales pump and rig'g leather,
2S0 kegs white lead, .
20 bbls rice,
151 cast s boiled oil, .
. 2 bales cloves,
4 bags pepper,
10 coifs Ru-Mia bolt rope
IS casks pilot bread,
200 boxes family soap,
18 coils spunyarn,
8 cases men's clothing, ,
5 cases charcoal irons,
55 cases boots and shoes,
25 cases green peas.
Wines and Spirits.
11 qr and 28 eighth casks best
2 qr pipes Hennessey's do,
3 qr do Martell's do,
6 qr and 8 casks Rivierre do,
140 boxes Catawba brandy,
60 half bbls best whiskey,
450 bxs, hlf and qr do raisins,
5 cases box salt,
3 shooks grnd salt, 201b bags,
117 kegs nails
25 cases tobacco,
100 bbls Haxall flour.
100 kegs tie do,
105 doc qts U. Ityass' porter,
10 doc London cordial gin,
15 cases brandy peaches.
Honolulu. March 24, 1S59.
C. A. & II. R POOR
OFFER FOR SALE ON REASONABLE
terms, (just arrived per " Phantom," and expected per
Fleetwood," uSiam" and "Moueka:") the following goods:
Cases " PsciGc A" blue sheetings,
do Pacific B" do do
do " WeJwter" denims.
Bales M Washington" denims,
Cases assorted fancy prints,
do do frock prints and muslins,
do black and white prints,
do 2 pink prints.
Bales Illinois Mills stripes, .
do " Suffolk" denims,
do u Excelsior" deuiuis,
do " Panama" ticks,
do Reck River" brown drills,
do M Shaker Iill9" 4-4 brown sheeting,
Cases " Dover" bleached cotton nannel,
do M Pemlerton" brown cotton flannel,
do navy hlue flannel, " Middlesex Co.,"
do blue drills,
do u Essex" cambrics, (col-wed,)
do u Spring River" bleached shirting,
do madder prints.
Men's kip half welt brogans, lined and bound,
do enamelled do do do
do goat do do do
do calf sewed Oxford ties,
do heel, strap-sewed pumps,
do drab, glove top congress gaiters.
Women's patent foxed congress gaiters, "
do do do do do heeled,
Cases men's palm leaf hats,
do boy's do do do
do assorted men's and hoy's " Canton" hats.
Cases assorted clocks.
Cases framed engravings, &c, kc
Samples of the dry goaxl are at hastd.
Honolulu, July 14, 1359. 159-tf
YKTILL RECEIVE PER PHANTOM AND
T T FLEETWOOD, and offers for sale, the following :
Bales Amoxkeag stripes.
Bales do tickings, 30 inch.
Bales do sheeting, 32 inch.
4-4 and 8-4 New and choice patterns.
170 dozen men's palm leaf hats.
Case browo Leghorn hat.
Case dark cashmere wool hats.
Case black wool hats.
Case brown wool hats.
Cases figured pearl wool hats,
Cases pearl wool hats.
Brogans nnd Hoots.
Cases men's waxed Id. and bd. brogans,
44 " calf " " " .
" " " w pumps,
" grained brogans,
" u thick boots,
14 " boots, hair double sole,
" " thick boots, 14 inch leg,
" u grain boots, 16 inch leg.
50 dozen ex. walnut axe handles,
. Finished aud varnished ox bows.
Cases Hunt's handled axes.
Cases saddles ft bridles.
Manila Cordage J, 1, 1J Lnd 1$ in.
An assorted lot of fancy light coats,
An 44 lot of satinet pants,
Ienim frocks and pants,
Cases pea jackets.
Cases hickory shirts.
Ivory tooth combs.
Long round combs.
Fancy India rubber toys, etc 157-3m
New Goods ex " Polynesia !"
aTIRUSIIED SUGAR IN If A iV nir-nrrc
m i rmshMt mnn-m In KA W W,. -f
Crushed sugar in 60 lb. boxes.
Assorted pie fruits, (very superior J .
Very choice Oolong tr-a,
Vinegar in barrels,
Corn brooms, .
Water coolers, " -Yeast
Clams in tins,
A few dozen fine sherry and port wine for family use.
For sale by '
C. U RICHARDS ft CO., .
Kaahumanu U?etin stone store formerly
occupied by Messrs. Krull ft Moll.
Pimrlnm ft. n
bles, Whaling Gear, &c.
SALE LOW. iif TUP vrmmn
signed: Topsails, courses. tonmll.n
spanker, gaff topsaiL spencer, new and nearly new
Two gangs, nearly new, standing rigging, '
Topmast, back and hearl stays, topsail runners and lifts.
Jibstav.ete. The.Knra u.;...i. t. ....rr.-l
Two 11 inch chain cab! two T.lmTrT cValTcaSeaT
Iron strapped cutling-in blocks, with chala pendailta.
Copper cooler, tr, pomsdhj, and skimmer, laMesTsifft.
WwUeUne. cutting falla, assortment of btocSL patotlndboah-d
Charts of different narta rf th -.m . JV o.
Bi!terM' tWsheela 72ZXr";
M. r. B.KOW. ,
BY STEAMER PROM NEW Yfin
ULTMOTJTH COI I pptiok
tL m TCNiS-s choice Trsrf lo gTli "mMsiMUnitSZ
Abo, a few targe type edition. (15.' 1
HISTORY OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS
A5E T10F,?.0, 'ARVES' BISTOlir
e tb Islands, (the last edition. ro--t.
. - V MJ . .
ECf"? iron.- - - - r
CKlFr-"" ror.n hoc? 1- 4
, ; Groceries.
ON SALE, BT RECEJfTAIVALSJHE
following choice assortment of Groceries, at the store ot trie
undersigned, rlst ...... 1 f
Fre-to apples, J
Fresh quinces, -.
Strawberry Jam. etc., etc
Ground tdack pepper,
Whole - do do.
Ground doves, ,
Fresh currants, in tins
Fresh lobsters, :
. Sardines. ,
, etc Knglish p--fruits, '
Soap, - - , '
Tins of water, butter, sugar, oys
ter, sods and wine crackers,
Best Oolong tea, ' .
Crushed Sffd loaf sugar,
fttx, , Ac., . ftc.
Haxall flour, -
v. b Fresh Island Butter and Ground Coffee always on
hand. , (133-ly) ' H. McINTiBR.
JUST ARRIVED PER AMERICAN CLIP,
bark SAC H KM, J. B. Atkins, master, from Boston, tha
following assortment of Merchandise :
Cases blue denims.
Cases bles. flannel, .
Bales bro. cotton.
Bales awning stripes, a new article
Bales bro. drilling,
Cases print lawns,
. Cases satteen bles. twill, ' .
Bales printed carpets,
Cases ladies' gaiter lined boots
Cases men's rubber boots,
Cases boys do do,
Cases women's do ' do.
Cases charcoal irons,
Bbls prime pork.
Barrels mess pork, ,
Half bbls mess pork,
Qr bbls mess pork,
Bbls mess beef,
Bbls navy mess beef, M
Half bbls crushed sugar,
Half boxes raisins,
Cases refined lard.
Casks pilot bread,
W. IferifarH Iron boo no. 1x16. 1x17. 11x17. 11x17.
134-tf Apply to CHAS. BREWER, 2d-
Fresh Garden Seeds!
RECEIVED FROM A. P. SMITH'S
Gardens, Sacramento, Cal., and warranted good. -
Red, yellow and white onion,
Blood beet, parsnip,
- Long yellow carrot, .
Spina ge, squash,
Red tomato, egg plant,
Lettuce, okra and leek.
Cucumber, white celery,
Water and musk melon,
Long and turnip radian,
Osage orange hedge plant seeds,
Alfalfa Spanish clover seed,
Chinese suaar cane or sorghum.
Put up mostly in two and four rial papers, and also in larger
Quantities. For sale by
146-2m H. M. WHITNEY.
of Lumber for Sale !
aTUST RECEIVED PER JEOTAJS, A. Camman
J Master, direct from Mendocino Mill, comprised of the fol
lowing assortment :
39,468 feet rough Redwood Boards,
3,328 44 44 44 Scantling, 8x8,
4,705 44 44 44 6 x 6,
10.000 44 6-feet Pickets.
34,000 44 1-inch tongued and grooved Redwood Flomlng,
23,568 44 li 44 44 44
22,795 44 'surfaced 1-inch Redwood Boards,
10.282 44 44 ll4'. 44 Plank,
3-2,958 44 planed f 44 44 Siding,
10,548 44 44 44 44 44 8 feet long,
1,674 44 tongued and grooved Pine Flooring, li inch,
60,000 Redwood Shingles. -
American 1 inch white pine Boards, planed on two sides.
Do 1 inch do do do do on one side,
and 12, VH and 13 feet length.
Do 1 inch white pine Boards, 10 inch wide and 12 ft long,
Do white piue Sheathing Boards, planed one side, .
Do cedar shingles, shaved.
Do pine and spruce Laths.
135-tf CHAS BREWER 2d.
New Goods ! New Goods !
ECE1VED EX RECENT ARRIVALS I
AND rOR SALS BY TUB CSDUSItntSO : '
DAVIES & JONES' CELEBRATED PATENT SHOUXDER-
SKA51 AMI TURKU-PLY COLLAR S1UUTS.
ALSO - .
Merino undershirts, susjienders, neck ties, (of various styles,)
sup. mack and hlue broadcloths, black doe-skin cassimere, t reach
and English fancy cassimeres, tweeds and shepherd plaids in j
great variety, superior Marseilles vestmgs, large diamond Mar
seilles for ladies use, all linen ducks and drills, (plain and fancy,)
Panama and felt hats, etc., etc..
English Blae and White FlaaoVI Maaafac-
turrd to Order a superior nrt'cle.
McCOLUAN & CAMPBELL, Tailors.
146-tf Corner Fort and King streets.
Jnst Received, ex Late Arrivals !
AND FOR. SALE BY THE CJVDERSIGNED
A First and iSecond Class Brandies, in wood,
First and Second Class do iu bottle,
Best Geneva, iu wood and bottle.
Old Tom Gin, in bottle, .
Monongahela Whiskey, In wood and bottle,
' Jamaica Rum, .
Ale and Porter, of the favorite brands.
And the usual assortment of Wines and Liquors.
141-tf GODFREY RHODES.
OF WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be had at Koloa at
$5 per cord ; fresh beef at 4 cents per lb ; sheep, at $3 per head
and goats at $1 60 head. Also, fruits and vegetables of various
kinds can be procured at the above named port.
XT W ood always on hand at the beach in quantities to suit
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES I
J. C. SPALDING.
UtHLUlSED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ay net, mid, oy I. HAS. BREWER, 2d.
Old Yellow Metal.
UuntllAStl) AI THE HIGHEST MAR-I
ket rates, by I.ft tt
CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
UST LANDED AND
Vli It eti.i' ai T"
" aterhouse's M holesale and ReUil Fire Proof Km nonum
ii,tiu nu. ! jiwiu viRan, iwist enui,
200.000 No 2 do do do,
10,000 No. 3 do do do. -
They are selling fast. Terras quick.
142-tf Apply to JOHN THOMAS WATERHOCSE,
, O t U U X , . I 1 1 - ... -
Flour ex Mountain Wave !
Ell FT Y BBLS. RICHMOND SUPERFINE,
... n ciijiu mil. tor sate iu quantities to si
bT tl-"-n " B. F.- 8NOW.
ra villi, ut MNASIUM IS NOW OPEN FOR
reception of Subscribers, at the Hawaiian Tfceater.
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDER, Ac.
A 00 RO,LLS ASSORTED PAPER.
4r,JUl I 100 rolls assorted border.
" x ' iuu rous assorted border.
l ne aoove Invoicn was seleen.l
expresslr for this m.rk k.
Marshall. Esrj and is the largest and best sssortment
ever Imported, and wiil be sold at low rates by
C. n. LEWERS,
CRADLE, CHAIR, TABLE. BEDSTEAD,
snd coffin stuff, assorted ilm from o a i i "
snd from S to An inch ih v... .i k -ht,
-av wa cav a W
C. BREWER 2d.
FOR SALE OR HIRE!
V tV fZZ R n. . T a bles,
rtn i-rvn . " " - ' "" tuia o vi.Lt
CIRte Or Hft1ri.ll Hm, - I Ii .1 1', -,.i .. .
l-il V'U Jl I) 1 .1 A I 1 1 1 I I HUIllVQ .11 . .
lrt-Lir W4SUnevWa, Pockets Arc. Apply to
CASES ENAMELED CLOTn,
Harness and Russet Leather.
. Children's Cabs, ' ,
ii Shillren' Carriages, various patterns,
131-tf for gale by CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
PRESERVED VECET a nr r "
JASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
U T A- TJ . . ! II-
n ;"" 4".wiy just reoelred per clipper ship
CHAS. BREWER, to.
SUGAR, SYRTJPS AND
YTtll smLV at aCl "rnvr '
... ..a-, naw CROP, FROM THE
o jyi.iui rL.JlJVTATIOJV.
j (.wr) H. HACKFELD At
RVM?Z&. ORRArClE' SPUNYARN,
Martin, SesinaT Stuff. vim u u v. 1 i, . .
Cnrome YcUqv, Prusaian Blue, 7
BngBah boiled I lossed OU,QyM Leaf.
.' ' - . . Forssksby: . i- '
" "" -- - H. HACKFELD m CO.
JXZAL3 LINX .4 .
ALEXANDRE ORGAN8f a,
No. 333 Brsmdi
1 TS mTrM w .
the best Boston and Nr "Jj, 4t
deons. The lajw
I - fl I ehan.liie In the United Suf1 i
different manufacturers, of eper virittm,
Iu plain rosewood cases, for $300, to lhoLL"'l'-.
finish for iuuu. o bwose m the Union l Na
tion for the number, variety and celcbritr .
the extremely low prices at which tiv-r i , ""striT
H.rmoe Waters' MrrnTlZ
with or without iron frames, have in their n.,, h
action. In power and compass or tone eqm a
the beauty and durability of the square p!.8
first Music-masters have justly proDujeJT?-
superior, to any other make. They are ,." V
action of eveiy climate. '
. Hsrsce Waters MelodeH, lt.
perameut), superior In each dtiralle qoai,,.
Prince's. Carhart's and Smith's MelodeoM VsZ
S12S s for two sets of reeds, f 1 jo : t1r. , "'wt
organ pedal bass Melodeons, $250, $275 tui hr?5
discount. Each Instrument warranted tn -J"r.
. . a m . tU K1TC ka.
tton, or purchase money refunded.
Alexasdre Or at an a. fire stom sl
eight do with percussion, $22 ; twelve iton.' 1
size larger, f zoo j twelve do with rrcu,ioi Ir ; h
XT Secoad-hand Pianos, at great barm.
store. Price from $30 to $140.
Music One of the largest and best N
now published t all Music and Musical Wlrwop,
United States for sale by this House. AliT,ktli
Guitars j all kinds of Musical Instrument, itTty
chandise, at the lowest prices. Miuic sent aiL!"
postpaid. Catalogues sent by mail. r A
made to dealers, teachers, seminaries and clerrjaij
TESTIMONIALS OF TflJ
Horace Waters Pianos and m-i-j I
The Piano came to hand, and Id tnnJ
beautiful instrument and no mistake." IliTtV i
John Hewitt, of Carthage, N. Y, who.Vf.
Horace Waters' Pianos, writes at followi T
wishes me to purchase a Piano for her. SheBw
sold me in December. I860. My Piano i,
this place, and I think I can introduce oaTi?
will be more popular than any other make ,
We have two of Waters' Pianos in use ia , tl I
of which has been severely tested for three nt
tesUfy to their good quality and durability
ory, Mt. Carroll, Illinois. l
- 44 H. Waters. Esq., Dear Sir : Harm, jvj )
Pianofbrtes for two years past, I have frond
Intrument-" IA. Gray, Principal Brook lvBB!l?.,
Rev. Hyram Haynes, writes as folloiri-
Y, July 28, '68. Mr. WatersDear Bir: lnZ&
dion safe and In good orderi am well pleawd vtt !.
sppearsnce,and the tone also. Hope I slno am
order one or two more the present season." '
Tioga, N. Aug. 6, 'M. Horace Haten, r , 1
Melodeon you sent me w duly received is znud2Zr,
now fully prepared to say that the instrument 725
factory and I beg you will accept my thinki fcT.
liberal terms on which you furnished it, and fcrtv !f '
able manner in which you have fulfilled, tad wTl'
filled, all your promises. Very respectfully, . jT.
"The Piano I received from you continue! tt. tit
tion. I regard it as one of the best instrument! ,
J. L. Clark, Charleston, Vs.
41 The Melodeon has safely arrived. I firoH!M k J
your lilieral discount. Will do all I can too it iw
Rev. J. M. McUornnck, farquesrille, 8. C. "i
"The Piano was duly received.
tion, and is very much admired by uiy omnenQihtt
cept my thanks for your promptness." ajben
renham, Brailford country. Pa.
44 Vour liano pleases us well. It is the bea .)
ty." Thomas A. Latham, Campbelton. Ireorrn.
44 We are very much obliged to you for harint rets
fine instrument for $250, and we shall take mussm.
it." Brank,Hel4 Co., Buffalo Democrat
44 The Horace Waters' Pianos are kuoan u iou
best. ' We are enabled to speak of these iuMnmma t
fldence, from personal knowledge of their euda.
durable quality." N. Y. Evangelist. )
44 We can speak of the merits of the Horace Was I
from personal knowledge, as being of tlieverj bed,
Christian Intelligencer. . ' i
44 Nothing at the State Fair displayed greutrneg
any department than Horace Waters' Pianos." Cm
44 The Horace Waters' Pianos are built of the beta
thoroughly seasoned material. We have so dusk ai
can do as well, perhaps better, at this than at ttj aa(
In the Union." Advocate and Journal. 1
44 Waters' Pianos snd Melodeons chalHife crsc
the finest made anywhere In the country." fllasaJsi
44 Horace Waters' Pianofortes are of full, nchtaim
and powerful.'' V. Y. Musical Review.
44 Our friends will find at Mr. Waters' Hm.frJ
assortment of Music and of Pianos to be fooad isfci
States, and we urge our southern and western (rims j
him s call whenever they go to New Toik," Gnhii
Wareroom, 333 Broadway, 5. 1.
SCHOOL FOR (2IRLS.
A FAMILY SCHOOL. In which HatnW
caste girls will be taught the English Unnuai1
work, and the various domestic l uties appropriur a
snd sex, will commence as soon as pupils can be saa
is in a very eligible situation about a mile ul i a
Honolulu, on the Waikiki road the Fainauki presuwl
occupied by' J. Jackson, Esq. )
. The school will be conducted by Miss M. Opto, ax
Miss Mary Castle. The moral and physical ednecat
pupils will he attended to no less than their mental cia
present only a small number can be acenmmoda
from three to six years would be preferred Itt atl
years older may enter. For terms, apply to
MIS O0Tn, )
155-tf ?n tilt pat
NOTICE ! n
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPAKt
furnish to the Uooolulu public the foiiowuifca
rersonaoie terms :
CORAL ST ONE!
In any quantity, for building srd other purpot,f S
each. In the rough, or not squared, fa- fnundstiosb
at so much per ox cart load. Steps and Uonr w Mum
and Caps, with smooth surfacey cut out in any sue a
l.i use. Kire WsmxI,
Ballast tmr Vessels.
II ides. SheeiMkias. Ilsrsv
107-tf J. LIW
w Bars refined Iron,,
Burbles Nail Rods,
Bundles Norway Slu.an, 1
For ml iw I
CJETS SUP. WHIFFLETREES 4 CEi(
r.xtra sized narrows.
Ox Yokes, '
119 tf CHAS. BREini
TIIE CARGO OF THE CIIILIAX
. 44 Alexandra Garrigos," consistinr of
350 tsas Sleasa Cssla,
Apply to L. H. AsTH"
86-tf Or to J C. 8PALP
FOR SAM' FT SACIIClT)
SlOSh ! sflvX: GRAND PARLOR Pl.OOfOr
, - . I VT 1 fancy case do uj
3 plnsh Music Stools,
1 rubber cover, '
The shore are from the manufactory of HalW ;
Boston. For sale by CHAS. BRf
VAW, PILOT AND MEPIOI Bc.
Aw in casks and bbls., for sale by
133 tf - D. C. WATER"'
WIIALINO GUNS AND BOSBv
DRAXD'S CELEBRATED WHAU
acknowledged to be the most superior articles of U k
i mi For sale br r. -.
EST REFINED LAMP OIUF'
ithout any smoke or smell whatsoever.
b or omen
quantities to suit, by
roat skins for which the highest price.
FRKSII GARDES sE1E52i'
JUST RECEIVED PER "FBAX"3. .
MER," and for sale by .
LETTER AND NOTE PA?!,
1 jrtu l-... : i,k I'.ivloixr
-tf - For sale by H. ).
VARIETY OF Da;
V m. other varieties f PKAS. Imit calawo
etc., etc., received per 44 Palmer.
SMALL LOT JUST RECEITE"1
ankee." far sale by
SPIRITS TURPEXTIXE. y
Inrisf a GALLONS. IX G J
J9J for sale by
jj-tr . . ,. ... .. D. c. hl Ji'''
PRR VANKEE. ,i
FRESH MACKEREL, IN KlTS.
Cream tartar, in class. .
Table sal:, In boxes. fi)rriJ
. 151-tf -
T. A Drip a am rnuDl.f.TG A .
XaV. ment of offios stationery, eompnsin(t t
required in the line.
Juat reooived snd for
LIGHT AND HEAVY RA B "
Rock port Cotton Duck.
V. 8. Pilot Duck. For sae4 "v.-
FOR SALE LOW, TO CLOSE
ment, 133-tf I D. C. WATW
ITTvORCIS PUMPS, ssmted slsea, W jf
IP hose snd fixtures complete, Just srrfved. r-
INCH TO 1 1.2 INCH
V For sals by D. O. WATs-
:s oau r
- jost reeeivw r-
ci. - t1a.