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C . WedaroAay mm Satarstay
frT Moral-. '
ta foreign countries m be $7 per annum,
jr 7eriea p04 and tbe rapea of forward
i"rV5cerfpab0caUoa. Allpapen foe American
9 ba American posCge stamp oo them,
ZZi any A an pottajre being collected oo
A 'Teijr tn-cnm, who prefer It, can havr their
ZmIIlL throdih the Hawaiian mails, and will be re
Sh. Sul postage of $1 04 at the Hawaiian Poet
VTii-tm hisertioo) Pr lin....0 eta.
'-l-t Srt subsequent do. - 6 eta.
I .. rwt eserdinf 8 line.) per annum 5 00.
additional toe.) - Met.
f rSV" alwsy advanae. JCS
exceeding W UnesspaceJ first iiertion.$l 00
sol-!- insertion 60 cu.
I . i5rSns b?h,?', al "towing rate.
' J hie at tbe end of each quarter :
( 2rurflo)Per9uartr tS 00
VfVjf a cvjte""1. P quarter $i2 00
...... ............t w
,.ifkcturea of coal-oila have increased
al TPiJitJ' that tbeir de-elopment up.
iL.imetbinz like a phenomenon. About
j t nearly all the oils that were em
jrtiScLJ "illumination, were obtained
P alenin had made the distant Pacific
ijal tbe Frozen sea of the North their
f bantin grounds. But with every re
year their dangers seemed to increase,
'T products as manifestly decreased, and
t was becoming so limited that general
rSnSoiis were excited as to obtaining a suf
Tquanutr from any other source. It is
rt oils from oLinous seeds, resin and the
ft iflwstic animals were well known and to
f jaiiwd exnt nsed ; and although it was
&At me J1"3011' tnat tne7 might be in
rTj boundless extent, the feeling was
uint that unlaas some new discovery was
uTddEcieney of oil would certainly be felt.
jot jj this juncture mat a awcovery was an-
3, Iwbicn nit-i me puiMic requirements, ana
ci.rnoTelty and usefulness, has few if any
. Ibis invention was nothing less than
karr oil from bottled-vp sunlight the dis-
jijo ot it trum tne suomergeu forests oi lorm
which in the shape of coal, has been
Q in the bosom of the earth for thousands
.aji The li,zht of the sun was necessary for
gcediluTian coal-vegetation to condense car
fej hTTlroren ; hence it is truly this absorb-
iri of ancient davs which now eives forth
C -wir T beams from our coal-oil lamps !
e5r account wnicn we nave ot tnis on, is
'a&i in the patent of J. Young, published
xe? 1S6, Vol. XIV., Scientific American ;
i iiionf;?! it has been said, that such oils were
vc!t knawn, we have searched in vain for
wi of the fact. It is now only nine years
L this discovery was made known to the
iritnd at that time (1850), not a pint of
Wha l been manutactured in our country,
(wis tnere any mane ior iour years aiter--ii.
so far as we have been able t4 learn.
Lit is the fact now ? More oils are made
is sals in one week, in our country than ever
St abiained by our whale-fisier in 'the best
Wj fishing they ever enjoyed. At present
Ware large oil manufactories in the cannel-
t districts of irginia, Kentucky and Ohio,
iiiat Quantity is now made in the neigh'
nojJ of tnis city. The oldest factory of this
jsrter in this region, is the kerosene-works
tie raetern district of Brooklyn, on Long
L It is certainly a wonderful place, both
ifroont of the original method of distilling
r cools, and the vast extent of the premises,
jears ago, a few pounds of coal, according
common methods, were here distilled in
t ii fashioned retorts, now there have been
"A several rows of retorts, each of which
:aios 25 tons of coal and this amount is work
s a regular charge at one operation. The
Ki'ple of action embraced in these retorts is
ilr different from all others ; it is exactly
u as that of smoking a pipe of tobacco,
a this account it is called the "meerschaum."
til these retorts is built of brick, in the
if a hu're pire-bowl and when the coal is
'cd in, the fire is kindled on the top with
incite. The draft of the heated products
wi through the'eoal is effected by steam power,
i the q"A vapors that are carried off below are
Jrfued into crude-oil and pass from a conduct
: pipe into a tank. The process is a strange
t indeed ; here steam is applied to a new pur
m certainly that of smoker' on a grand
jt Lr the production of oil for our lamps.
operations are under perfect regulation to
m: the cannel coal undergoing combustion.
; iae works there is one of such retorts now
ie coarse of erection, which will lie able to
i-b 100 tons of coal at one operation and
stand reason that can be urged against ap
jaf the principle on a still larger scale. By
riauldle of next September arrangements will
ampleted for making 5000 gallons of kero
emQ per day at these works or over 1 ,500,000
Zxt per annum ; and from this fact the pub
: rZl be able to form sjmaidea of our great
fi growing oil manufacture. Sci. Am
fTniPPIXG OFFICE. &
YOTICE. THE CXDERSICXED,
.1 Tnqi.i Brjst mprctfaUr infra tbe BefchmnM oi Hono-
puMten Twiting tln port, UuUtney nare ini amj
nurtnmhin. tut the oarmt of bipptnr fornirn
Irnoi nut ererteoee nod ftrict aUentioa to the bol-
. " lone In bt mMt- tn execute aU onlera eotnuted to our
I"? Hit arrancanenU with Mr. Jobs Datis, o
thumax Hurl, the axiniiDadatioa of ieaien. we ihall
tm ha whole crew oo hand (jt shipment at the
l-Approred wvarftr f:r-a fnr tbe amount advanced to
fa loui oouUe of the r .
THOMAS n. PuACE.
M ILL I AM A- MARKHAH,
Jttrf iru ot rirmham m Markham, Shipping Agent.
KrDERSIGXED WOCLDCALL THE
mi ii . - . - : J : . I . .W. CnllAarin
(he Xrw OxV aod rr'--t that information may be
them of aav nartiee that mar lay themeerrea liable
UL If the owner of anyonlicenwd atallina than eooeeal
to avue mnrn of the aame, as a nallioo, to the Ux
Hm. he hall be liable to a tax or iwtoj "'
n W tr-rj ftallym not thoa rrtnrnrti ; one-hair of which
f1 w d to the penoo firing Information to the aaaeaaor or
w. n. PEASE,
j v Pol.KI RV.
of llonoiuia iHFMicfc
SboWt, Any. 20, 1159. "
HC rXDERSIGXED IS PREPARED T
A farous to tbe liouoiolu public the following, on the mo
xanuty. boildiiig and other 'purposes, at so mnch
rouzh- r m mnml. ftw fnandatiun to baiMines.
f"a p-T ox cart load, gtrps and Door or Window Sills
M fK . I. I.. .t M In .n lit tA IQlL
' -" u suiiHn; vw ih J
lame. Fire W-exl,
Baila.t fr VeaMrln, ' .
w . i I idea, Sbee-fMkiaa, If er
Mf J. I. UOWSETT.
VTHE30TII OP JTiriVr. 1850. OX THE
fwlw. Hi and Fas;'S on
UiU in the Dirtrfcta of Konals, llaroakna, Hilo,
l Kona. Persons gathering the abore-oamed ar
own use, will not be molested, but tney hare no
,amj iirnatarethia 3d day of Aoust, 1859.
"-TICK k k...i i .i.-. t i . trA ii mrritrnt
i -"j jt i v ni. lost m . a u... - - - - y
k7f'n the abore grass t Abel Harris Co to gather
wT?! the abore-named article, agreeably ''ht.tne
of ..... v r l If ARRIS.
- P-' JW 1I4U1I v. v.
COP nTpaiiiP KOTICE. -
CrjfDERsIC7rKI HAVE THIS I AT
ilr?f e-ovtoemhlp nnder the name and ryle of -!-jZlaAXK3;COrorUie
parposa of carrying on
. FRED. L. HASKS. '
6kiAf.30,lS59. JS-4t EDWARD P. ADAMS."
fiE rjtDERSICXED. HAWOBBCT
-j j , woaniiaa X Ur peron sna pr.ir.y
miLZrhr rr notice to all person lodebtl to htmU
Litimxe tatiMiii All ftfruM IBITIIIR
1 1. e are hereby reqoested to present 'h""m'
i and he, tbe said Guardian, hereby forbid any
Zj? be aid George Holme, a. from this date the
I fctti21"yJi ' pay no debt contracted by htm.
C. L,. RICHARDS
mVrox"-"l?frE THE RHIP CIIAN-
PWiJ COMMISSION BCBIJiESS In hi Hi
8tD- now In eoors of erection, where be wUl be
- aa-xw aAS WVTW wsva ...
tmm-1 I ll ki. .u . . . 1 . VLvr H llill
r T au ni old eustoaners ana tne
a v"? supply of Ship Chand wry and
j. Trctandi asoallr reouired by shipping
aalt MrtnifWul tt flltlnnifinf .
H28. 1XJ9. iaf . C. U RICHARDS.
CAHT3 FOR SAL.C t
OJTi: OS CAQTi awtirely new and
fa av . , x. ie mlr. " "
I Oh kMn I Jim Cart, la l-JtmtM order,
UEXRY M. WIIITXST.
J. F. COLBURN,
"DT OTI c ivr -m ttj
Kaahmnann street, Honolulu, Oahu.
A. P. EVERETT,
llonololu, Oahu, n. I.
HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANY,
1XMf A. P. EVERETT, Treasurer and Agent.
Lumber and building materials.Fort St. Honolulu.
Merchant and Importer. Office.
Yon IIOLT& IIEUCK.
TH. C. BICCK
General Commission Merchants. IIonnTalu, Oahu, 8. I.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
CotnmisBion Merchant and General Shipping Ageut, Honolulu,
Oahu, II. I. ins-.
Wboleaale Dealer in Wine and Spirit, Ale and Porter, near
wrerw uincc, xioooiuiau 49-tf
GEORGE G. HOWE,
Lumber Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Xauanu street on
the Pnnchanl premises. 105-tf
H. IIACKFELI) & CO.
General Commission Agent, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Oahu, 8. I. 105-tf
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets. 105-t
Dealer in Dry and Fancy Goods, U-itel street between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
T. M038MAX. t JIOSSJiAS, J
MOSSMAN Jc SON,
Bakers, Grocers and Dealers in Dry Goods, Nuuanu street, Hon
otulu, Oahu, 8. I. 17 if
W. N. LAD I),
Importer and Dealer in Habdwabk, CtTLmtT, Mccbasics'
Tool and Aghu CLTV AL iMPLtUKNTA, Fort street, Hono
JANION. GREEN & CO.,
Commission Merchants Fire-Proof Buildings, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 1359. 105-tf
A. -S. Ac 31. S. GRINBAU3I,
Importers and Dealers in Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps
Boots and Shoes, a".d every variety of Gentlemen's Superior
Furnishing Goods. Store, corner of Fort and Merchant sts.,
Honolulu. Oahu. -
a. HABBIS, OAHU. W B. 8WAJ!, BAWAJI
. ABEL HARRIS & CO.,
Dealers in all kinds of Hawaii.-in Produce, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
Draw Bills of Exchange on Messrs. McKuer A; Merrill, San
Francuco, V. S. A. 126-tf
RITSON & HART,
Baecessors to Mr. Hiry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu, II. I , under the Koem of A. J. Cart
wright, and at the foot of Kaahumanu street. 32-tf
J. C. SPALDING,
Commission Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oahu, S. 1.
Wanted, Bills of Exchange on the U. 8. and Europe. Con
signments from abroad promptly attended to. Island pro
duce of all kinds taken in exchan;e for goods. 105-tf
B. F. SNOW,
General Commission Merchant, Hooolulu, Oahu, Haw. Islands.
AG EXT FOB
Regular Line of Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Sale of Coffee from the Titcnmb Plantation.
Sale of Crocker Brothers k Co s Yellow MetaL
New Fngtand Roofing Company. 123-tf
CBAA. B. BISHOT. TV. A. ALDBICR
BISHOP & CO.,
Banker. Office in the east corner of u Makee' Block," on
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Will receive depoa ts. discouaa first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc 112-tf
" W. A. ALDRICH,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise ; Commission
Agent for tbe Sale of Sugar, Mokuwes and Coffee, and other
Island Pro. lace. Agent it the Loirs Plaxtatios. Con
signments of ail kinds of Island Produce solicited. Order
for Merchandise promptly attended to. 105-tf
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Communion
Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, 3. I., keeps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quired by whaleshtps and others.
Shipping furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions, Ac,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market price.
XT Money advanced fur whalers' bill at the lowest rates.
ccst. c. MSLCirxmu. . scut beixbbs.
MELCIIERS A CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oahu,
a I Atone store corner of Kaahumanu and Merchant sts.
Money advanced on favorable term for Whalers bills on the
. tOK. f
I S- ami Kiimne. vl
SAM 'I- . CASTLE-.
AMOS. S- COOKB.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealer In General Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of the King and School
streets, near the large Stone Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. II. Nicholson, In King street, oppo
site the Seamans Chapel. Agent for Dr. Jaynes' Medi
UTAI & AH EE,
Agent, for the Sugar Plantations ot Alko, at Ppak.
at Pulo, Hilo $ Importers and W holesale and Retail Deal
ers in China Goods ; have on hand, for sate, at their estab
mr. o KinK streeu Honolulu, and at Lahalna, Jlaui,
Mnbuaes. Srrup. Tea. Coffee, and a large
varied assortment of general merchandise
Honolulu, August 12, 1957. 8g-IT
A. P. EVERETT.
J anion's new block, Queen street, Honolulu. H. I.
Messrs. Pabpso TarrAX, -
E. D. BIHAM m (-o.,
Bctlbb, Kbith Hill,
Honolulu, Jnly 1. 1857. '
C. A. fc H. F. POOR,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
nnvoLnr. oahp. SANDWicn islands.
- Gbobg F. Pbabodt, Esq.,
Eluha Haskbll, ''l- -Messrs.
Rad. Gabdxb ft C -,
Waldo, Babbt : Co.,
ABtBXBTHT, CLABC CO-,
n. c. vatisx
D. C. WATERMAN t CO.,
Eroecial attenUon paid to the Interests VbeI!,'L IoL
t hTf urniing of funds, purchase and sale oMchanpe 0
Toenerai Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight.
Mer Unc Howlaxd, Ja., - Co, New Bedford
W.G. E. Pope, 1J,
MOBCAS, STOXB JO., u r-.
II. W. SEVERANCE,
If of C. U JUchabd ft Co ) Ship Chandler i CommUsion
Merchant, Imolulu, 8- I.
. RKH.K3 1U
Captain B. F. Sxow,
Messrs. D. C. WiiiW
Williams ft Hire,
Mobuak, Stosb ft Co- -McRceb
Swirr ft Alls,
T. ft A. R- Ntb,
11 ... v A. PsiBCB.
Gbixxbll, Mirax ft Co-,
eontinueetba Ship Chandlery and
r svvCRANCE will
rnnrineM at the Old Stand. Every descni
.ernTMh-ndi- reouired by Shipping
Stand, very nescri"""
hand and for sale at low rates.
P. S. WILfUA,
successor U R- Coady Co..) Shipping and Commission Mer-
RxrSBESCBS: , t Ails'. New Bedford.
Bbxbt A. P-c, Boston. 1'" " -
Bctlxb Si-s, WoLCOTT Biuxjxs, San Francisco.
0 si ivlIOXwflleooUnBe tbe Shipping and Commto-
kept const anUy on hand aM for sale at low r
expereo in ey - entrtuting
ed to offer wPff-T a5"l' .rti-,lar attention win be paid
their business to M ."Tk. r-i1 States, at the
to the .hip-entof fl :rhip.. Whalemen'. Draft
lowest ot aoon their Agent, will be at all
to the Lnitea hi i
.kin.. Whalemen' Draft
ac au anu J - - - I3a-u
' " ' v'vvr v vyVf
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 24. 1S59-
Notary Public, for the protest of commercial paper only. Office
at the Hawaiian Treasury. 167-3m
ry mouc, umce at tbe Court House, up stairs. 163-tf
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office In Honolulu Hause, over the Post Office.
Physician and Surgeon, office tn the new drug store, adjoining
J. D. BLAIR,
A a- a r .
.uu.uua ixmnm-iinr at Law, and Proctor In Admiralty. Of
flce over Dr. OuiUou's Drug Store, Honolulu, 8. 1. J40-tf
L. Mc CULLY,
w ,y , umc oreT Post-office. Transacts
litf "ecuu; uocumenu In the native language.
Office and Drug Store, Kaahumanu Street, opposite Maker's
t- - -..wi uicna icuuait aou prescriptions
XT Hot, cold, vapor, shower and medicated Baths, at all hours
CHAS. F. GUILLOU, M. D ,
Ate Burgeoo Lnited Slates Navy, Consular Physician to ick
American seamen and venem! nr-titinu.r
Office, corner Kaahumanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. Wood's Mansion, Hotel street.
aiedical and Snrgical advice in English, French, Spanish, and
Office hours from 11a
to 2 r. m.) at other hours inquire at
HONOLULU MEDICAL II ALL,
DOCTOR McKIBBIN, Surgeon, Ac,
ua removed to the Store lately occupied by Dr. Lathrop, In
vueen cireet, wbere ne will be regularly supplied with
Medicines, Perfumery, etc.. of the best ouulitv.
XT Family Medicines and Prescriptions carefully prepared.
Ir jieuiaut nests exam ineu and reutted on reasoualde terms.
Attemiance at ttie olhce from 8 A. u. till o p. ., on week
days, and from 8 to 11 A. M. on Sundays. At other times
at his residence. I mon street. 11 1-tf
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In General Mercliaiidise,
Honolulu, and Lahaina, Maui.
IHWI.N. X. L. IXGOL3
IRWIN & CO.,
Accountants, Collectors and Custom House Brokers, Honolulu.
XT N. Ii. Complicated accounts adjusted, and commercial
books ojiened and closed. Iomi
TBKOEBICK L. BAXKA. EDWARD J. ADAMS.
FRED'K L. HANKS & CO.,
Commission and Shipping Merchant. Honolulu, Hawaiian
Messrs. McRceb ft Mkbbill, ... San Francisco.
GaixxeLL. Mixtcbb ft Co, - - New York.
Swift ft Allex, - - - - New Bedford.
CHA3. Sci'ddeb ft Co., ... Boston.
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old business at the new store in Maker's new fire
proof building, at the stand recently occupied by Dr.
Hoffmann, corner of Queen and Kaahumanu streets.
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and star
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honoltlu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 44-tf
AGENT FOR THE
New York Board of Underwriter.
The undersigned take leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
Ac, that he ha been duly appointed as Agent for the
New York Board of Underwriters. -.
13-tf ALEX. J. CARTWRIGnT.
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. Ail
average claims against the said Under writers, occurring In
or about this Kingdom, will have to be certified before him.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
ny, (established lJo.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
home and abroad.
Capital 1,50,?6O, Sterling.
The undersigned has been appointed Agent for the Sandwich
Islands. JANION, GREEN, ft Co.
7-tf. at Honolulu.
AGENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The undersigned begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Ship roasters, that he has received the appointment ol
AGENT at these Islands for the LIVERPOOL UNDER
WRITER'S ASSOCIATION. '
105-tf JANION GREEN, ft Co.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned begs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he has received the appointment of
AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
105-tf JANION, GREEN ft Co.
HAMBURG IIB RE MEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, Agents of the above Com
pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire In and
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCHERS ft CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1857. -tf
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.
THE UNDERSIGNED begs to notify to those par
ties who have insured in this office wooden buildings or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that in oonse-
equence of the continued erection of large and high wooden
buildings close together tn narrow street, no more r mi um
ber coontructions in the town will be taken, and those already
taken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms.
JANION, GRF.EN, ft Co.
62f Agent for the Northern Assurance Co.
E. HOFFSCHLAEGER At STAPENIIORST,
Agents for the
PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
Lea Soussifrnes, ayant ete nonunea Agents pour les
Assureurs maritimes de Paris et de Bordeaux,
preyiennent le public en general et les Capi
taines de uavires marchands franais, qui visitent
les ports de ce royaume, en particulier, que dans
tous les cas d'ayaries, qui auraient lieu dans ces
parages, ils devront, faire constater et verifier
les faits devant eux pour legalUer leura recla
mations con t re les dita assureurs.
61-tf ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER ft STAPENIIORST.
Dealer in General Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
:k nit. at tne snorvest uoucc, uu i
Bills of exchange wanted.
S- N. EMERSON.
Waialua, Oahu, Dealer In General Merchandise, Country Pro
dace uch a uorn, wain, u, -w-i
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite tne
VJOTCrllUICIIi. Avrr .
BOLLES & CO.,
.. a- I TV !. !
gWp Chandler, and Comm lion
Uenerai e :diwiu , - -- .
with recruit at the shortest notice, In exchange torgooat
GILMAN & CO., .
. ghip Chandler and Dealers In General Merchandise,
LAHAINA, MAUI, H. I.
Ship applied with recruit Good facilities for storageLasn
luriuBiiea kit mu w av---p -
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer In Boots and Shoe of every
Serip7oi ShFuul.n Pump, Sole, Rigging, Harness
2nd Patent Leathers. Calf, Goat, Hog, and Buck Skin.
Trunk. Valises, Sparring Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Black
.heHosiery. to. ftc. Brick Shoe store, comer of
Fort and Merchant sts.. Honolulu. H. I.
GEORGE C SIDERS,
.., .nd dealer In Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
Mann ooTsUi J. C. Spalding'. Honolulu, H.
ar Baker. Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathing Tub.
leSndXwer Bath, Tin and Zinc Roofing, and a gen
eral assortment of Tip war- Ship work executed with
neatness and dispatch- A"
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
rtovTR tfTOR AND BCLLDER- The unaersignou wouia in
CONTRACTOB a a V'tmhli. that k ha taken and
rn,.m "TLZL. . Vnrt street, opposite C. Brewer
SBtorVr.. aCARPENTER SHOP, and would .bMJU
k(n aa liberally Destoweu. wwi u
tne ran ,. . . h n nomsisl disnatcH
Oootrac,a-enu rr ,. j r. VINOST.
TnM.WD.OvT8A8 . ( r'lw.her artfctsa per
Btoxts, gMUncfs aitir gtal Cstatf.
l'OROXETRAR.THR I IINDK tMDU
(. J at Makawo, for cultivating wheat, ft c. Apply to TUOS.
t ii v. ittti r, utaina, or to the undersigned.
G. P. JUDD,
105-3m Attorney for D. T. Conde.
TO LET I
THE STORE AND PREMISES LATELT
occupie I bythe undersigned. Apply to
W. N. LADD.
THE STORE AT THE FOOT OF KAA-
humanu street, recently occupied by Messrs. Kitson ft
Hart, in the wine and spirit trade. Possession given on
tha 1st of uctober next. For terms, apply personally to
159-tf At his rooms over Dr. McKibbiu's.
V''l DU Valley, lately occupied by
T nomas Brown.
Please apply to
FRED. L. HANKS.
TO LET, LEASE, OR FOR SALE I
THE WELL KNOWN AND OLD Es
tablished BOARDING UOL SE, known as tbe "UNION,"
la offered for sale.
This house has done a most excellent business for a Ions time.
and the Proprietor Is forced to part with it from being too much
occupied in other business. Apply to
143.tr ' Hotel Street.
A SUMMER RETREAT I
SUITED TO ACCOMMODATE A SMALL
family desiring to avoid the heats of summer. Good ac
commodations may be had two miles from the Post Office
in the valley, at the cottage In the rear or my residence. Terms
moderate. (150-tf) A. BISHOP.
THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OF-
Sees in the FIKK PROOF BKICK BL 1U1.U, corner of
Kaahumanu and Queen streets, via :
Tlie office oil the second floor, directly over the Savings Bank.
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1500
Possession given immediately. Terms moderate. Apply to
119tf . CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
THE lOlRDlNG HOUSE IN THE
r-r .,t the White Horse HoteL" with 12 separate Ucd
rooms, all furnished. Inquire on the premises. 111-tl
TO LET STORAGE.
yTIIF. CELLAR UNDER THE HONO-
" ' ': f 1 V Ia vntot Mrnwontunf in tnisrri r iifl
a, 1U1U. lAWimj VIW W MiC 1A1'J vwu vuiwmv .u -nu -I'
Zi'iJL ble of storiug about 400 tons. Inquire of
iof H. M. WHITNEY.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,.
THE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
street. Terms literal. Apply to
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
ROOMS TO LET. l PER WEEK.
Apply to 8. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
32-tf Fort Street.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
P?0 Averberg, Esq., corner of King and Maunakea streets.
JUL Immediate possession can be given if required. For
terms apply to 96-tfJ FLO It EN a STAPENHOKST.
THE TVO STORES RECENTLF
erected in Fort street, between King and Merchant au.
Parties wishing to lease can have them fitted to suit by
early application. For terms, please apply to
o4-tf n. o.urt.
CoHee Plantation for Sale !
Jyym X AAA Vi4l'taAAl
vTITCOMB COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT II ANA LEI, KAUAI,
Is offered for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1 OoO Acres, and has upon it 50.000 Coffee
Trocsu The land is well adapted to the cultivation of sugar
mni. The eatate is unencumDereu. ana win ns wmiv m o
Simple Title. . For full particulars and terms of" sale, inquire of
1 OU-4.I K. x- ciWT?!
Waikahalulqr Water Lots!
milE UNDERSIGNED HATiau AiJI
JL appointed agent for the sale and lease of the
begs to call the attention of Merchants, Ship Owners, Speculators
and others to this finely situated tract of land which is now of
fered in lots at reduced rates and on linerai ana. convenient
CTpln mar be seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undersigned at Koliert C. Janion's Fire-proof Buildings.
N. B. Early application snouia ne maae ior cuoice uuut.
W. L. GREEN, .
Agent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots.
Tlonolulu, Oct. 21. 1858.
AMBR0TYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY!
and PHOTOGRAPHS taken In the highest perfection of
the Art. (105-tf) hiwita.
THE UNDERSIGNED would call the attbittiosi of
of his Friends and the Public to his Rooms, over the
" Pacific Commercial Advertiser," Printing Offic, (next to the
Post Office) where he is taking Pictures wnicn, ior elegance oi
tyte and softness or tone, cannot ne eaceueu.
lieinr in constant receipt of New Stock, Chemicals, ftc, he is
prepared to take Pictures with all the latest Improvements.
' . . . i n -i !... I aa.Kam Trtl.
XT - Pictures taaen on uuiss, r, nwui uimuci, &uu
Rubber, ftc, and warranted to give entire satisbctio
H i tie fuDUC are invitea u can uu rinmiur -jjcvimtcu..
W. F. HOWLAND Artist.
Views of Honolulu !
ALL PEKSOXS VISlTiaw HKsminu
on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of ii. II.
u--m. Vinwi of Ilonolnla to their friends abroad.
as they will convey by far a better idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, ete., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be had of E. 1HJROKSA,
H8tf Paint Shop, on n.ing street, near rort,.
BTRON'S BAT, niLO, HAWAII,
Ship Chnndler and Dealer in General Merchandise, keeps con
stantly on nana an extensive assoruoeii, m cerjr
of Goods reouired by Whalesliips and others.
Shipping furnished with Fresh Beef ami Vegetables, and all
kinds of urocenes ana sail rrovisions. eu;., u u
shortest notice and uixin the most reasonable terms.
Money advanced for Whalers' Bills at the lowest rates.
Best facilities for Storage of from 6 to 6000 barrels.
N. B -No anient spirits allowed to oe sola at tnis port.
Pnreiirn as well as native seamen can be procured here upon
as favorable lays, etc., as atany of the other ports on the Islands.
Hilo, March, 18o. --"
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. :
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVlAti ASKaVa
aonointe.1 Administrator of the estate of Joseph Jackson,
into -f Hntinliiln. deceased, herebv elves notice to all persons in
debted to the said estate to make immediate payment and all
persons having claims against the estate are hereby requestea
to present the same to .,
t a. . AViOX-- " '
Honolulu, Aug. 29, 1859. (lS0-3t) Administrator.
ALL PERSONS ISDKBTIiW A J Alas
late William A. Cooper, of Honolulu, deceased, are here
bv notified to nav the amount of tlieir account to his execuuus,
Stewart Hamilton Cooper and William L. Green, who have ob
tained Probate of his Will, or to the undersigned, their Solicitor;
and all persons having claims against his estate, are requested
to present them to same parties for settlement.
J NO. MONTGOMERY.
Honolulu, August 25, 1859.
EXECUTORS' NOTICE. "
ALL PERSONS 1SDKB1KU -i . lilt,
late James Graham, of Honolulu, are hereby notified to
pay the amount of their accounts to W. A. Markham and Ma
lone, his executor and executrix, or the undersigned, aa their
Solicitor ; and all persons having claims against his estate, are
requested to present them to the undersigned forthwith. 1
Honolulu, August 25, 1859. lte-tr
HOSPITAL NOTICE I
THE DISPENSARY ATTACHED TO THE
Queen's Hospital on King Street, will be open every day
from 7f until 9, A. M., for the dispensing of medicines to sick
and indigent Hawaiian. Per order: ' ..,
J. W. AUSTIN, '
WATER-RIGHT WANTED I
ANY PERSON HAVING A WATER RIGHT
for sale from tbe Government pipes, will And a purchaser
by applying to the undersigned.
H. W. SEVERANCE.
m-mr. i NK WHALEMEN'S EXCHANGE
- - (a new pattern, on fine paper) for sal-Also Merchants,
Blank Exchange, jror aie ny . - . -
139-2m H. M. WHITNEY.
pl'GAR AND MOLASSES. FROM TCi
I) Crop of 1859, from, the Brewer Plantation, now oool" l
153 - CHAS. BREW-- ' . -
Ilarvey &. IcCIymout,
PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, GILDERS AND PA
SHOPS IN UNION AND KINO STREETS. 15541
HOUSE CARPENTER, &c,
ESPECTFULLV INTIMATES THAT
he is prepared to execute any work in the above line, and
opes to merit a share of public patronage. lOJ-tf
GEOUG E TIIOTI AS.
VJRTaOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF
T the public to his stock of material, consisting of Ha
waiian Liime, California Lime. Brick, Cement, Fire Clay, Plaster
of Paris, German Tile and Fire Brick, at his yard, opposite the
City Market, on King street. 160-ly
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
H HUE UNDERSIGNED la now prepared to repair or
mii.uc wi uuua Ul UlSUliUClJ, 11 J 111 ctuuig, w iiia
lass gearing, ship forging, and smith work.
Cart boxeaforge backs, anvils ftc. on hand and made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
2-tf D. M. WESTON.
CARPENTERING AND JOINERY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his friends aud the Public that he has taken the stand form
erly occupied by S. Johnson, (Carpenter,) on King street, oppo
site the Bethel, where he Intends to open a carpenter shop and
conduct the business in all its various branches.
N. B All orders executed with promptness and dispatch.
145-tf GEO. MILLER.
THOMPSON cV IEVIL,1E,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOUSE,
THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
the pr;mises formerly occupied by M. M. Matthews,
are uow prepared to execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
Work, on the shortest notice and most reasonable
terms, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a share
of the public patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. ' 105-tf
L CARD. MESSRS. LEWIS At NORTON
take the opp-.rtnnity of thanking their friends and the
public in general, for the favors and patronare hitherto bestow
ed upon them, and respectfully beg their continuance of the
AU orders entrusted to them will be performed with Dunctu-
ality and dispatch.
Ibey have on band, for sale, CASKS of all sizes and sorts.
amounting to upwards of 4000 bbls. 163-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED. HAV-
ng removed his Shop to the NEW ESPLAN
ADE, is prepared to execute work of all kinds
in first rate style, and at prices to suit the times. Particular
attention will be paid to all kinds of ship work ; and, having
procured an experienced Farrier, recently arrived from the United
States, those requiring services in that line may rely upon their
orders being executed in a workmanlike manner.
145-tf ROBERT BROWN.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING A
thorough knowledge of the above business, begs to
notify his friecds and the public generally of Honolu
lu, that he is prepared to make to order, on short no
tice, and In the most thorough workmanlike manner, Spring
lounges, ;prtnir tteris, iinir, rum ana orass 51 a tresses, uia so
fas, Lounges, etc., re-covered and repaired with neatness nd dis
patch. Carpets of all kinds laid in the tnwt thorough workman
like manner. O. II. INGRAHAM.
129-6m Next door to Geo. Clark, Esq., Hotel street.
C. 12. WIIjLIAIVIS,
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
THE OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, READY MADE FURNITURE, Koa
Boards. Joist and Plank; Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahogany Veneering.
A large assortment of Uilt Moulding, and large sized Glass.
A variety of Rocking, Diuing, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand and made to order. 158-ly
II. F. LONG,
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker,
BEGi LEAVE TO NOT I FT THE
public that he is now prepared to furnish all kind
of COFFINS, and superintend Funerals, attheshort-
I est notice. rom the long experience he has bad In
the business, he trusts that he may give satisfaction to those who
will favor him with a call. Ready made pine coffins always on
hand, from $4 to (10 ; cherry and koa do., varnished, $10 and
$25 ; koa do, polished, $25 and $40. Koa Lumber on hand and
for sale at his shop. King street, nearly opposite the Seamen's
'N. B. FURNITURE made, repaired and Tarnished, with
neatness and dispatch. 118-tf
NEW COOPERAGE !
ANTnON'S BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
IIouoIhIu, On ha, II. I.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE TAKEN
the above premises for the purpose of carrying on the
In all its various branches, and solicit a share of the public
Being all practical coopers, they flatter themselves that they
can do work as weft and on as leasonable terms as any other es
ablishment in Honolulu or on the Sandwich Islands.
147-3m LAMB, FARDEN & CO.
MACHINE CARPENTER'S SHOP.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his friends and the public that on the 5th Inst, he will re
sume bis former business as a
BUILDER AND HOUSE CARPENTER,
At the stand hitherto occupied by Messrs. Watson & Leonard,
on the Swtnton Premises, King street. With every facility for
doing all branches of
tc the best advantage, he respectfully solicits a share of public
Having secured the services of a first rate workman, he win
also add Cabinet Makiug, Taralag mmd Car
rinse Work to his other business.
y Stuff sawed and planed by machinery for carpenters and
C. n. LEWER3.
N. B. General lumber business will be conducted as hereto
fore on the Fort Street Premises, where the best selected stock
will be sold on the most reasonable terms. . 166-tf
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BT . '
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
suppl merchant and families with hard and soft soap also,
neats foot oil. ' ......
XT And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, .lush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease. 63-ly
CITY MARKET .
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
chased the interest of E. J. Smith in the Town and City
Market in Honolulu, lately carried on by Bradley A Co., the
business will henceforth be carried on under the name of D. R.
Vida h Co., who engage to furnish the best quality of butchers'
meat which the islands can produce, and solicit the patronage of
the public. . .
H5tf D. R. VTDA A CO.
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDER, &c.
A kff ROLLS ASSORTED PAPER,
t ,,JUV 1 100 rolls assorted border.
The above Invoice was selected expressly for this market by
J. F. B. Marshall, Esq., and is the largest and best assortment
ever imported, and wiU be sold at low rates
138 tf ' Fott Street.
W. N. LADD
-TlLL RECEIVE BT THE MO NEK A.'
Vt SI AM," and other vessels to arrive soon from Boston,
a large and very complete supply of Hardware, &cm
which will be offered for sale upon arrival at very reasonable
price. ALSO EXPBCTBD
From San Francisco, by tne u Yankee "and 44 France Palm
er," a variety of desirable goods. liS-tl
: C V. FOR. SALE OR HIRE!
-fTTERY SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
V with Slate or Wooden Beds, and PHE LAN'S CELE
flATED COMBINATION CUSHIONS, aU complete. Also .
On bmai, extra Clotty Balls, Cue, Wax; rockets, Ac Apply te
- LA-tf I.'-'.-' . - V.-B-BCBGESa.
. - JABTEC T7C8. V "i c -'
ncr.m Arrr rv-.zr ci ss :
, ' an I ii i rteci r' Ij 1 -'
f SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
VOL. IV, Nw. 14. WHOLE Nat. 171
OF BREMEN BARK
OaxX Molottora, Senior,
Meinert Fettjacfa, Master.
JUST ARRIVED FROM BREMEN
Woolen, Linen and Cotton (.oods.
Fancy prints, pink and yellow prints, Turkey red and yellow
prints, two-blue prints, black and white prints, black and white
muslins, jaconet ginghams, ewiss ginghams, plain black Or
leans, royal blue do, black, green and blue figured Orleans:
white Victoria lawns, Oregon checks, plain Turkey red cloth. 86
Inch grey long cloth (brown cotton,) 36 inch blue bafts (blue cot
ton.) mottled twills (denims,) blue striped bed tick, white mole
skin, black cotton velvet, white linen thread, black linen thread.
DiacK, wnite ana Dlue sewing cotton; Mae, red and white bunt
ing; wadding, large woolen blankets (80 by 90 inches, assorted
white, blue, red, orange and green,) sailors' white woolen blan
kets (64 by 69 inches,) black and blue broadcloth, cashmere, blue
flannel, cotton towels, printed cotton hdkfs, Turkey red ltdkfs.
Silks. &e. .
French black taffetas, do Napoleon blue, German black htre
silk, do Napoleon blue, black silk hdkfs, assorted French, satin
ribbons, Paris taffeta shawls, do reps shawls, black silk hat rib
bons, assort eo.
Shirts, Hosiery, &c.
Extra fine clear blue flannel shirts, blue sarge shirts, red serge
shirts, blue serge drawers, red do do, white cotton undershirts,
fancy striped do and other kimis, brown cotton drawers, printed
regatta shirts, striped hickory shirts, denim frocks, denim pan
taloons, French white shirts (small and large folds,) French
fancy shirts, French superior do. French elastic suspenders,
Brown cotton socks, white cotton socks, fancy striped cotton
socks, blue mixed cotton socks, women's black cotton stockings,
sailors' heavy woolen stockings.
Hats, Clothing, Arc.
Assorted English felt hats, very superior French felt hats.
(latest style,) silk umbrellas, blue pilot reefing jackets, pilot cloth
trowsers. moleskin pants, gentlemen's fine light buckskin coat
and superior cloth pantaloons, light jackets. A complete assort
ment of light woolen, cotton and linen pantaloons.
Men's brogans, lasting gaiters,
. Sailors' shoes, men's slipper
Hardware, Iron, Ac.
14 bndls English very best crown iron, bars 1 to 1, round,
252 " do do do do do t to fr, do.
104 bars English very best crown iron, bars llxi to 2xi, fiat.
J 04 bundles best English hoop iron, assorted,
B kegs cooper's rlveft
Belgian wrought iron spikes, 21 inch to 7 inch,
Belinan roofine cine, 36x75-
Patent shot, Nos. 00 to 6; sup gunpowder, in i and lfib canis'rs,
Butcher knives, assorted qualities, 51 to 12 inches;
Sailors' knives, jack knives, table knives and forks.
if. M. tablespoons, a. M. teaspoons, Miarp's needles,
Kirby fishhooks, flint stones, percussion caps,
Clothing buckles, best axes, assorted powder flasks,
Horn combs, ivory tooth Combs, jewsuarps. .
Glass Ware, Crockery and Perfumery.
Gilt frame looking-glasses, drawer looking-glasses.
Castors, tumblers, porter glasses, white howls,
White mugs, butter disiies, large blue cups and saucers,
Brown spittoons, porous water bottles,
Clay pipes, Eau de Cologne, Florida water, .
Genuine Lubin's Extracts.
Ship Chandlery and Whalemen's Stores
Tarred cordage, 1 to 3 Inch; Manila cordage, 1J to 3 in
Standing rigging, 3 to 6 inch,
1 hemp cutting fall, 120 fathoms 6 inches,
4 Manila cutting falls, 60 fathoms 6 inches,
Ratline, rope yarn, spuuyarn, housing, marline.
Seizing stuff, best English sail twine, tarred twine,
A No. 1 Manila whaleline, patent blocks and sheaves,
BoaOcom passes, raw and boiled linseed oil,
Spirits turpentine, green oil paint, cine white,
Lampblack, putty, whiting chalk, best glue,
Pump leather, rigging leather, whalemen's casks,
6 sm. B. Whalcboats.
Groceries and Provisions.
English pickles Durham mustard, salad oil, asstd sugar ware.'
Sardines in qr. boxes, loaf sugar, crushed sugar, pilot bread,
Rye flour, green teas, spljt peas, lentils, pealed barley,
Sour kraut, pickled beans, shelled almonds, currants,
Superior Lechos raisins, Bohemian prunes, Bologna sausages,
Best Otfrisian butter. East India polished rice,
Wine vinegar, Westphalia hams.
Abbot's pale ale, quarts; Baas & Co's pale ale, quarts, Pyra
mid brand; Van den Becgh t Co's Holland gin;
Superior old champagne cognac, pale sherry, madeira; .
Chat. d'Yquem (Haut Sauterne,) Schloss Johannisberger;
Rhine wine, cherry cordial, Hamburg bitters, Curacoa liquor,
Rhine wine mousseaux, casks brandy, casks Jamaica rum,
French table vinegar, 90 per cent, alcohol.
Willow Ware,' &c.
Sofas, aim chairs.
Assorted work baskets.
Bremen cigars, imit. Havana; matches,
Birch brooms, cocoanut soap, Roman cement,
One inch Baltic pine boards,
60 tons West Hartley steaming coal.
The above, part of the cargo of the u Carl Melchers, Senior,
will be offered for sale on favorable terms upon arrival, by
153.tr . MELCHERS A CO.
Just received per Bark " Sachem,"
FROM BOSTON, U. S.
CASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CASES
White Duck, case Black and White Checked Quilting
Bales Union bro. drills,
Bales Temple " "
Bales Manadnock Jbro. sheet
Cases calf Jersey ties.
Oxford pegged ties,
fine Monterey "
roan slippers, (sewed,)
women's col'd morocco,
men's opera slippers,
calf sewed brogans,
elf sewed and pgd brogana
calf sewed sailor's pumps,
Bales Li ring'ston bleached sheet
Cases Otis denims.
Bales Thorndike Ticks,
Cases Livingston blea. drills,
Cases Honeycomb Quilts,
Cases L. Brown sheetings,
Cases Naumkeag bro. sheetings
Cases Clothing, coat's
Denim overalls and frocks.
Blue, mixed and red Can. shirts
Cases 1-lb tins green peas.
Half bbls split peas.
Cases refined lard.
Half bbls crushed sugar,
Bbls extra mess beef,
Bxs, hf and qr do, layer raisins,
Black merino saoks,
Half bbls butter,
LKeefer's " " '
Cases box salt,
Shooks fine bag do,
Bbls Haxall flour,
Bbls rice, .
Blue and red flannel shirts.
Black beaver cloth Raglans,
Pilot reef jackets, blue and blk, Bags pepper,
Pilot monkey "
Best bread, in whaler's casks.
Rob Roy jackets.
Mixed cassimere pants,
Black 44 u
Cases saddles, complete,
Bxs family and salt water soap.
Half bbls hide poison,
Cases spts turpentine, '
Coils of Manila cordage,
Kegs of nails,
Kegs of finishing nails,
Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
Uottonade and jean pants.
Beets and Sboeo.
Cases men's fine calf brogans,
" 44 imitation goat
u imit'n goat Luck tobacco,
kip brogans, Rolls rigging and pump leather,
waxed do. Kegs pure and extra white lead,
Oxford ties. Cases boiled linseed oil,
patent leather, - Coils Russia bolt rope,
44 cl tops Cases charcoal irons,
goat pump brogans Cases prison padlocks,
im. Oxford ties, Coils spunyarn,
Cases Congress boots. Kegs powder.
44 sewed lasting brogans, (Jases sporting do.
- Cases Alcohol, kegs and half bbls Whisky,
Quarter casks and octaves of Uennessy's, Marten and
Rivierre Brandy, cases Catawba do;
Quarter pipe and eighths of Zealeander A Co's Rochelle
Brandy, casks Byass' Porter;
Cases Brandy Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin.
143-tf J. C. SPALDING.
Ex " Yankee."
Assorted jellies, citron, :
Uamblin A Baker's oysters,
Bbls Carolina rice,
For sale by C. L. RICHARDS b CO.,
Kaahumanu street, in stone store, formerly
151-tf - ' ' - occupied by Messrs. Krull k Moll.
Cigars ex "Hero!"
JUST LANDED AND FOR SALE AT J. T.
Waterbouse' Wholesale and Retail Fire Proof Emporium
10,000 No. 1 Manila Cigars, twist ends, , . '
200,000 No 2 do do do,
10,000 No. 8 do do do. 4
They are selling fast. Terms quick.
142-tf Apply to JOHN THOMAS WATERHOC8E. :
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds,
EX " MODERN TIMES."
Q DOORS. ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
Oil vf mouldings and raised paneL .
50 Sash Doors, assorted sices.
S00 pair Window tash, assorted sixes.
250 pair BlirMs, with and without swivels, as d sites.
Selected expressly for this market, and for sale low by
137-tf GEORGE O. UOWB.
TjWR SALE, JUST RECEIVED EX DAI-H
Mv "Sachem,'' 2 double-bank Melodeons,
2 do reed do, .
2 five-octave, piano style.
The above front tbe mananvciorj W 8. D. - H. W. Smith, of
Boston. For sale by J CHAS. BREWER m CO.
' A COaDAGE.
, . 'oactod sises. made to order, just re
f l rper ship Syren,' for sal by .
CHAS BREWER A CO.
NAILS. BY MA Cn INERT.
sironi horseshos and brad nails, fross the
A.p""'leoce, R. L; for sale by -
I - .... ' - . D. C. WATERMAN m CO.
TO ;ADVTCI1TIS.' , ) Cr rSCRIBKRS.
Obltanriea, funeral invitations and nottoes er t" ninl3alKii.
lntTxled only to benefit an iiuli iauai'ibiwino-,' . bediargeil
AdTertisecnenU dutpteyed in larger typ ban u l, are suh '
ject to heavier charge. -t
XT Satweriptinn for the Commercial AuTerUfcer and Adrcr
Hments are payable isvaataaLT m ADraxca.
XT No traoaient adrertisements will be Inserted uniean rB
ran. v . , .... .-. ,
O" Correspondence from ati parts of the Padflc wlU always .
be rery acceptable.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE.
PLAIN AND PANCT, .'.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
BOOKS, BILLS OF EXCHANGE. "r-
CATALOOCES, hlLlA OF LADING,
BILLHEADS, CONSULAR BLANKS, "
CIRCULARS,' BLANK DEEDS, - f
. ACCTION BILI-P, HANDBILLS,
PAMPHLETS, SHOP BILLS.
XT TISITINa, BrSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS printed
or a - Tankee Card Pro," in the highest style of the art.
II. HACItl ELD & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE, JCST ARRIVED PER BARK
"C. KELCIIEnG!" .
F-ioivi: X3 n.swixj,
THE FOLLOWING INVOICES OF ENGLISH, FRENCH AND
Cottons, Linens Ac Woolen Clods. 1 .
Bale pink and yellow prints, do fancy do, '
D. mourning do, do two blue do,
Do. white ground do, do white shirtings.
Do. glased col'd do, cases ginghams,
' Cases printed eotton handkerchiefs,
Fancy printed jacconeis, Victoria lawns, '
Himalaya pock muslin, barege dresses.
Cambric, Swiss muslin, mosquito netting, -
Lace and muslin sleeves and collars, embroidered, ' ' . "
- . Black Orleans alpacca, blue figured alitacca,
Oregon checks, moleskin, hack aback, .
Cottou elastiiues for pantaloons, linen disper, -
. 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 blanket. - - '
- Clotkins;. Sbirtr, IIsvtsy sc.
Plain, black and bine pantalooaa, bockakin pants, wutbvl n,
White linen drill pants, aswrtment of eotton pants.
Black, blue and brown cloth coat and paletots.
Pilot cloth jackets and pants,bl'k alpacca coats.
Hickory shirts, printed regatta shirts, V : '
Blue serge shirts, white couou shirts, ' -
White L. B. do, French calf lioots,
French Amazon felt hats,
Ladies' straw do,Leghorn, '
Children's straw do,Leghorn,
" Gent's straw hats, Igborn,
Superior silk and woolen undershirt.
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' and children
Silk bed covers, cambric silk handkerchiefs,
Chenille and dress trimmings, ruche, ' '
Silk umbrella, black and colored satin, " -
Black lustrine, moire antique,
Flowered moire antique,
A large and splendid assortment of silks and satin.
Black, blue, green and violet silk velvet, '
Black and fancy velvet ribbon.
Ladies' bonnet ribbon, latest styles, - ' ! '
. Black silk hat ribbon.
Linen, woolen and cassimere table covers, ' . ,
Cassimere piano covers, Berlin wool, ;.
Canvas for embroidery, spool cotton, corsets.
Linen and eotton thread, asst'd, Coates,
Linen sheeting, linen table damask, dyed silesias.
Woolen cords, bed quilts, linen bed lace, -
Stay binding, suspenders, playing card,
Porteraonnaies, purses, black lace falls,
Assortment of necessaires and dressing cases, . ,'
Gilt frame looking glasses, -Black,
pink and straw colored crape, ' . - .. i
Assortment of artificial flowers.
Silk, buckskin, LisleHhread and kid gloves,
A superior assortment of Paris fans, '
A superior assortment of Paris rases, flower,
Children' 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, calfskins, .
Turtle shell back oombs, ivory tooth combs, .... -
Turtle shell dressing and pocket combs,
Assortment of buffalo dressing combs, , , . , : -
Hahr brushes, tooth brushes, nail brushes, .
Table brushes, cloth brushes, -Pearl
buttons for coats, shirts and dresses,
. Aocordeons, concertinas, clarinets,
- Asst'd hoop iron, flat, round and square Iron.
. 'Cutlery, Ac. ' ,
Sailors' jackknives, butcher knives, coco handle, :
Kodgers' pen and pocket knives,
Assortiuent of scissors for embroidery, - .
Buttenbole and tailors' scissors, : '
Knives and forks, razors, '
Table spoons, gardeners knives, "
' Shoe knives, daggers, awls,
Superior English sewing needles,.
Bail needles, powder flask,
Shot, Ac A., Ac.
A large assortment of English. French and German per- .
fumery, consisting of ,
au de cologne, JUibiu's extract, golden oil.
Genuine Macassar oil, pomatum, -Toilet
soap and genuine extract of J. Gosoell Jc Con
London, ac, Ac, Ac. ... . l
Plated cruet stands, . .
Plated card baskets,
Suur basins, waiter, Ac, Ac '
Loaf and crushed sugar.
Assortment of candies,
Raisins in 4 aud I boxes.
Sardines in t and t tins,
Bags of black pepper,
White wine rinerar.
Capers, Ac, ac, ,
' Faints, Ac. . ' ' -Best
English white lead, in tin cans,
Black lead, Parts green, chrome green. v'
. Chrome yellow, Prussian blue, celestial blue,
Red lead, Venetian red, bronae paiut, gold leaf,
Best English paint oiL, in tins. .
A U hog skin saddles, imitation hog skin sadd'
Saddle cloths, silver plated spurs,
Silver plated bits and stirrups. - v
A few superior wardrobes, -
, Piano stools, .
Ships' cabin (tools
large assortment of Russia cordage, all sixes, ' .
Spnnyarn, two and three thread, stick line, - . ,
Marline, housing, hemp twine.
J acquesson Sons champagne, claret,
Sherry, Madeira, port wine,
Asst'd liqueurs, ale in bbls. 4 do, each.
Per "Radnga," from Boston
DUE FIRST SEPTEMBER.
Blue sheeting and drilling, brown sheetings, ' ' '
P. R. denims, Jewett city denims,
Cotton duck and twine, men's kip brogans.
Saddles with stirrups, Ac, complete, whips,
Men's oaw hide boots, cut nails, ' ,
Copier and iron tacks, rivets, asst'd, ' '",
Solar lamp shades and chisaneys.
Whisky in barrels and kegs, casks of navy bread.
English cheese, 1500 bbl shooks, hams, .
Mess beef, prime pork, tobacco, shoe blacking, .
Preserved meats, assorted, preserved oyster
Black pepperin t tb bottles, aaleratu in do, do, do, .
Bright vanii.h, spirit of turpentine,
Chmme green, Prussian blue, chrome yellow, .
Blank books, pass hooks, envelopes, . , . .
Letter, note and foolscap paper, Ac, Ac. ' ' 100 tf
To .Whalemen! .
GW. MACT would respectfully solicit the mu pa
tronage heretofore enjoyed bythe old firm of Alarv 4l
Law, at tbe established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at -
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all time a good suply -of
Beef, Mattoa. Poric. Poallrr, and also Urn la
brated KAWAIIIAE POTATOES.
Tbe above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, acd In
quicker time than at any other port at the Island. All barf
old by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
O No charge made on tntcr-island exchange. '
72-tf . G. W. HACY. -
OF WHALES II I PS AND OTHER Vrrt
SELS. Wood of superior quality ran be bad at Kotos r
i per cord ; fresh beef at 4 cent per lb ; sheep, at t? per If y.
and goats at SI M head. Also, fruit and vegetable of vt )
kinds can be procured at the aOve named port. ' '
XT Wood always on hand at the bench In quantittw to
purchasers. (64-tf) GEORGE CHARMA .. -
FIRE PROOF PAINT,
Fire Sand, - -
Kaolin, 10 brts of e-- .
For sale by (131-tf) CHAS. BKIWU A Cj.
HAMS, HAMS, - .
IAfa CASKS BRINED HAMS,
W Sardine, in half boxes.
161-tf For sale by 11. V. flY-ZANCE.
MANILA COr.D.. J,
ITvOR SALE LOW, TO C" C'T CO ITS ION- ,
U 0. VATLKMAN A Oo
- raven's r: ;czi, . "
r IGHT AND HCAVT UATGNt DUCK.
f Rockport Cotton Duck,
V. B. Pilot Dock, For sale by " ' '
119-tf CUAS. E-ZWER A CO. ' '
ri cacu-ls oil snoor
11 V vV ll-t . CHAS. BRK. .
1 A CO.
fjaORCE PUMPS, assorted sfate, latsst c Jra,
hose and Cxtuirs complete, Jnst arrived, f MOeby - :
181-tt - - CHAS. -ll it CO. -
SHINGLES I ' ? - - v
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REDWOOD KnirSLO. EX'
L W Franco. Palmer, for sal bw
b.GX G. HOWE. .
1PRUCE AND PIU LAV IZ'
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