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-g CHINESE IMBROGLIO !
. Tt-iMa intellijcnce we have to convey
4nail c a now difficulty with the Chinese
which l"J to an attack on the 25th
fi m i and npm the Taku forts at the mouth
Pabu r-salrinj in the total defeat of the
t tr-v wito t-1" 1 f no C83 t'ian five
T 3 in-l btwet-n fur and five hundred
ib3' onthird of our force employed.
fviit.:T wi'l frra a subject of Parliament
rij.' n. Th Hon. Mr. Bruce bc;irer of
r-rtl fc n" the Pwer to coll' troopa for
,',4 1 ntw war with China; and if he
f .. V- jsiitinv, a it is reported he has
jb the G-vern.r-ten?raI of India, we trust
f', .j Cannin: will not comply with the re-
Caalllr Mjy-ty (iTcrnment have had
t - in2 into the whole affair. There ia
- :. miHt4 the eve. and the -most in-
fl""" . .T , . . .
i4eCbin- are inuupofHM lt wiieve that
Vjear? entirely to be blamed.
j. gjace Jolayed to tlie las moment in
At Slutnhae we understand that he
2 af meet the ImYerial Comraiiwionera who
sjathof tue ivino oniy on me evening oi
a Jiia-?, tauh the tnaty had to oe ex-
Li on th 2'th ; and we have rvason to
L t!ut t!e (iovemor-General of Chihli (a
r- ... ! .i . i. :
Ua,ath of the IViho, and conduct him to
U- Kat. unfortunatolv. the communication
t iuT-rnor-Kneral only riched him on
.rthat theattaox comnienceu, and too late
I'm of the Admiral bein sixnullod to su-
traaef the Kszearat at the Peih.
'-ti.'tiirT iraineil bv the Chinese forc- 8 at the
tiuf the Ptifio, on the 2oth of June, is one
x mt untoward evcn which could have
pwl io the present tate of foreign relations
f iitr rnliTS ; us nwtther iu untowaruness,
J Cite which betell so raanv of our force
U manament of Admiral Hope, should
I t . 1 - - 1 . A - iL.
I TiP-'r of the and lead us hastily to
v-..b tfiat the Chinese were entirely in the
W We have every reason to believe that the
feynts we have received on the su meet are
tanaailv correct, and u so, tney tnrow mucn
i on the cnpprition that the Chinese medl
t ia ict of treachery, and that it is necessary
ea new war with China which could not
fjczht to a conclusion within two years,
r which period the American ajid Russian
iDnntiaries would bo resident at the Court
-ting, and acquiring an influence which we
ninvain hope afterwanls to overtike. At
a. we put forwrrd the statement of the
lt side, as they have no one to represent
i 'a Europe ; and shall be glad to hear that
t be more than met by the representations of
-neb and British Plenipotentiaries,
in their Excellencies Mr. Bruce and M. de
Mlon arrived at Shanhae. they both de
V.i the two Imperial Commiosioners,
rlsa and Jlwashana, on the ground that, as
'vr bound to Peking, they could hold no
:'a? i3rrcour with them until they reached
i mt, though letters were addressed to the
ra u Secretary of State,, informing him of
V ointment as Mintfters t the court of
b Bat considerinz the relations which
fi!tel between these high functionaries
rn!Ih and French Plenipotentiaries
-nr. we tliink that courtesy shown towards
7 their paceesaors in acceding to their re
a meetm-y would have had a favorable
iri&out in the least derosating from the
Kutbe capital. They remained at Shang
Wnl davs, though it was declared to be of
ot importance to reach Peking by the
tied 27th of June to exchange ratifications
p&eerpirv nf the year. When Kweiliang
H fie Brit'Uh Minister -that on his arrival at
xnth of the Peiho some one would !e there
it him, he did so with entire sincerity.
sxxffnn l nce with him w(uld carry con
lim this p.dnt if it was made known ; and
tar u w.ill give up all intercourse with
5eia!j on every subject, if the assertions
r laperial Commuioners on this point are
TirW deceptive. Strong efforts and
arnowiM ued t indace them to come op
ia; hj teamer with the Foreign Ministers,
) i frigate was ofTeretl to convey them, but
F!r hamperel by their instructions, and
-M ti r.-torn north by land, even if two
Jv'M eunumod in the journey.
trwr with the memorial to the Emperor
Hn the approach of the Fortign Ministers
t have left Shanghae on the 11th of
Kjs-1 nir-r. the f :rkv-rnrtr-General of Chihli;
MTako on the 24th. thirteen days after,
r.Lw after the Allied Ministers. These
M th advantic or Pteam, ana couiu u
f auT.-.i.IahIe delay, and mistakes or tof
. . m. i -1 h-i.l
5C fruifi.M In a fvinnffv like Lhina. nU'i
Lfn . . t I.
they ou-rht to
(tt- Hire.! oil the Peiho fully a month lefore
ijt TeiwTn-T ntifiRitiikna extdrcil. In
; thl Fa,f event, it should be borne in
r-ttt Ue tivatiea were only to Deexcnangeu,
Wafe.!; b.th the EnglL-h and French
xxto were satisfied with their terms, and
;kWr to r-open any point in them. It
'?irant therefre to act moderately, and if
counsels had changed, and he had
vd t Tf.yt tj,e tnsitics, at leant the re-
7 th.oU all lie thrown on bim.
was f,nd to be strongly dctendca
. s . ' . i - rr u A
- -J "tit iiiiti MivM " j
-".it ai, iU(j iiuriucru tun ;
and not at this mouth. The Amen
Jister ar-nt mesaMngen, to the forts on the
waited by one of the garrison that
-Jwiml Han" had that day reached the
"rta, and that he would there receive the
ndby the Fjnperor's orders conduct
Ilia course was plain ; it was
fccorcua to go up to this place and ascer
V JfcfeaM of reception and conveyance
pt-vi.W, Wftre declaring tliat the
'"awnent bail violated th treaty, and
n an entrance. It would have been
r the Governor-General to have
ofScer at the usual approach
to a.,-! the mewenrers from the Minis
IV. 1'-'ert h hal much to do with the
ft this neo-lect does not convict his gov
K wliwy, when all the circumsUrces
" Il5weve'. f arrived on the
thera ia Do reason to doubt, he sent
letter the day before, but it only
tfce day after, informing him that
had appointed himself and the
trawctt., as the officers to meet all the
mu,t.ni. What impropriety there
bn j replying to this letter, and
gunboat up to examine the place de
MfcDThae suspending the contemplated
w ions, it is aiiDcuia to bw.
u forts, it is di&ealt to see
i t Ba'ely might have been given
wt had been, it my be dilatory and
-tim Barely mizht have been given
'iJn Hotne things, but who had most
TS Uut the Emperor intended to re
.;!a? Envoy at Lis capital, thereto
rtp-Uies. The hMamiliation of last
'A lsciei by tl? rtrorer
. to eoovice the rr-Lrr cf iU "ca
t now r-j i, j -ja ti. Ca Vxll
lS-rjnr' Th alI a I--g to enf
wasn.tdKVt the viit
i-7Tiv 1 . -v-v uuivi uiuc'dk certain-
had the right to indicate the way of eon!. 1
miiu liiii a iiimicik . . . 1
i,.i . '"o - me
were more mmirhmt i
ratifications should bo excha byr icula
day, so the fact f iV ,f, JT -iCUUJ
i , . m ij cKinz win"' u.1-
,nT,viU!n0reimIwrtant the "parti ular
road taken to get there. 1 ",cu,ar
We are so much in the habit of jud-in every
act of the ChUese by our own notions andl JS
knowledge, that sometimes full credit is hardly
given them, when we are ignorant of all tlieir de
signs and views. In this case, the Imperial gov
ernment may have liad some suspicion that a
large force might be brought to its capital under
the name of an escort, which it might find diffi
cult to induce ti retire, remembering it
ruse in 10 14 by which the Ming dynasty waa
overthrown. The Chinese, like alf mankind,
jadge the motives and acts of others by their own
views, and this fear may have had greater weight
than we have imagined.
There was nothing to fear in going to Pekin"
in a peaceful manner, for every motive that could
commend itself to the minds of the Chinese offi
cers, combined to ensure a safe and courteous
conduct thither. By indiscreet haste in prosein
the immediate passage up the river, when really
as we fear, time enough had not been granted to
' the provincial authorities to reach its mouth, has
the promising conclusion of negotiations been de
stroyed, which the treaties of Tien-tin encour
aged. Three or four days more, and a visit to
the northern entrance, called Pek-bang, there to
see the Governor-General, and learn what ar
rangements had been made, and the reasons for
barring the Peiho, would at least have afforded
time and cluince to have avoided an appeal to
arms. It would certainly have faller developed
the intentions of the Chinesj GWernment, and
put them in the wrong more plainly, if they de
signed a final struggle. Well may the Governor
General say, in one of his dispatches, when
speaking of the r-- tion of his communication
on the day of the battle, 44 1 thought that the
English minister came here to go up to Peking,
and there exchange his treaty, and not to wrek a
quarrel. My astonishment and disappointment
at this fight, cannot be expressed."
One cannot fully calculate all tae results of
this most unfortunate engagement. . It has
thrown past negociations into such confusion,
that one is completely puzzled to guess what turn
they will take; but as the simple ohjqat of this j
article is to try to show what inducements might I
have weighed with the Allied Ministers, to allow i
a little more time t) the Chinese authorities to
arrange their modo of receiving the Foreign !
Ministers, that speculation need not be pursued
FOUATAIX HE AW !
Ice Cream and Confectionery Saloon,
FORT ST., NEXT DOOR TO ODD FELLOWS HALL.
THE CNDERSIGNEO KEG TO ANNOUNCE
that they have opeued theahore named saloon, and would
respectfully solicit a share of public patronairr.
Ererythinir has been done to make the place at tract ire. and
hereafter no expense will be spared to render it an agreeable
anil papular place of resort.
A private parlor has been funiUhed fir the accommodation of
laities, and is provided with a superior pianoforte. Private
entrance on niauka side.
A fountain has been fitted up, ami iced soda may tie had a
any tin e. t
A n arrangement has been made for a constant supply of straw
berries when in seTisoo.
Ice creams of tke best quality only will be nfferetl.
Constantly on hand, a choice variety of cakes ami confection
ery. Families and jarties supplied with ice creams on sis hours
rr Plense cive as a call.
SMITH fc PICKERING.
N. B. ?uprT, oysters Cfiffee, soda, anil otlier refreshments,
at all hoars of the day and evening. 167-tf
KEEP COOL !
Ice Creams ! Ice Creams ! Ice Creams !
WM. H. IIL'DDY IS PREPARED FROM
ami after Septemher "th to supply his friends and the
public at his Sew Ice Cream Saloon, on Kin street, nearly op
posite the Bethel, with any orlers they may cive, ami hopes by
strict attention to receive bis sliare of the patronage heretofore
so liberally bestowed. Any order over two quarts require 48
hours' notice. Sumlays excepted. 166 -If
AND DESIRABLE GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED PER
"Pranoosi 3?n.lmor S"
AND FOR SALE BV
CASTLE & COOKE,
AT THE MISSION STOBE ON SCHOOL
street, by the Mone Church, and at their store on King
street, orpriK3 the Bethel, .
Chinese roattin. 4-4. S-4 an I 0-4. white and plant,
Ceilar and llinhara pails aiul tubs,
Red wood shinties.
Assorted jrinshams .
Assorted houp skirts, ladies and misies,
Bleached and unbleached cottons,
Pant stuffs Ijt boy's w. ar.
Assorted woolen oversliirts.
Assorted merino and silk overshirts
- And a variety of other ai ticlrs. Also, a large variety of
Ifttf ; Crockery, Ac
IVKW ILSilC !
ST RECEIVED PER RAmo
froWBoston, a Urge collection of sheet musje
forThe pianoforte, embraci. a very Urge an
ety of the latest and most fwpular
Oallops, etc., etc., etc.
yessoos In Singing, 'Z
Sixty-si Interludes, 50c;
The Musical Drama, $1; . u.
Th. Comprehensive Music Teacher, 1 60
First Book for the Piano, $1 i .
Tb? liamJel Collection of Church Music, $1",
New Carmina Sacra. ?I 50;
Tbe Social Book. 1 25,
Maooal of Harmony and Bass, . jc,
II an ten's Pianoforte InsaTJCtorj
Mini's Pianoforte Instructor. For J7WHrlS ZX.
- a - w i
nn vf!n IS
r. PREPARED T
I FIE t'SUKKSio.' on the mo
'totnelfu pubUc the following, oa
personam - . . ip n V P. f
T A T.
in any" - SL .MbSiSu
eacn. In the rougu, o. 7V7" . n4j or W indow buis
.. .f-n vrr o " .
cut oat in any .Ue to suit.
rv.1 Cat), with
THB-OTIT OPJrLT.10. 0TM.
Ue ngm w ""? !-ThIiric of Kohala, iiam---Oovemment
Lands I In 4ih-lig the sTe-oaine,l
ir.n .ml Kona. " r" - . hare
.o, wrmoUI, they have -
. . that I have transferred all mj
NoTICI U Bercu R 7 . . . w-i n.--i. c UO-, vr
u-mI m tbe above grant u " ---Wt -ittf
. . . k above-Baroec i
tenor of said grant.
EX - YANKEE X
TTENXT LKD CAKES.
Cr Water Crackers,
- - tSxia i.rc .r, B-I
WILCOX. SICnARDS C0
WILCOi, Tpen Street.
CLS-TnSR Fon. avevy
HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANY,
100-tf A. P. EVEUETT, Treasurer and Agent.
A. P. EVEHETT,
Honolulu. Ouhu, II. I.
J. F. COLItUKN,
K.iahnmanq street, Honolulu, Ouhu.
C. II. LEWERS,
Lumber ami building materials,ort St. Honolulu.
Merchant and Importer. Office.
TO 31 BOLT.
TH. C BEUCK
Von HOLT & IIEUCK.
General Commission Merchants. Honolulu, Oaho, 8. I. 105-tf
ALEX. J. CARTWKIGI1T,
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agi-U, Honolulu.
Oahu, II. I. 10d.tf
Woolrsale Dealer In Wine and
the Pest Office. Honolulu.
Spirits, Ale and Porter, near
;i:oki;e ;. iiowe,
Lumber Merchant, yard owner of Queen and Nuuanu streeU on
Uie Punchard ircmises. 105-tf
II. IIACKFELI) & CO.
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, .Honolulu.
Oahu, 8. I. 105-tf
K. O. HALL. '
ImorU.-r an.I Dealer In Hardware, Dry Oorals, PainU,- Oils, and
icenerul Merchandise, corner of Krt ami King streets. 105 t
Dealer la Dry and fancy Goods, Hotel street between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. Honolulu, S. I. Jl tf
JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOUSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandi?ei
Honolulu, and Lahaina, Maui. 44-tf
T. MOSSXAS. r Mii.XiS. JK
.MOSS.1IAN & SOX,
Bakers, Grocers and Iealers in Dry U.kIs, Nuuanu street, Hon
oiulu, U:diu, d. I. 1.'7 tf
IniiM.rter and DeaU-r in IIiidwiik, Citlebt, MrrHASirs
TuuLK aikl A'.KICl LTt BAL lMPI CMkiNTS, Fort Street, llotlo-
JANION. GREEN & CO.,
Commission Merchants Fire-Proof Buildings, Quen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 1S5'J.
J. IUWIX. 5. L. ISUOLS'
IRWIN & CO.,
Accountants, Collectors and Custom House Brokers, Honolulu.
TT N. B. Complicated accounts adjusted, and commercial
books opened and closeil. lOo-tf
A. S. &. 31. S. ;itINIIAlTM, .
Importers ami Wholesale Dealers in Fa.hk-nable Clothing, Hats,
VBpf I, aiHl Lm m.u i;ijr aiij ui riii -iiav 9
Sunerior Furninhinir Gixids. Store, corner of Fort an.I
Merchant street, Honolulu, Oahu. HO-tf
A. BAKH1S, OIHC. T. B. SWAIN, HAWAII
All EL HARRIS & CO.,
Dealers in all kinds of Hawaiian Produce, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
Draw Bills of Exchange on Messrs. McKuer &. Merrill, San
Francisco, U. 8. A. lio-tf
RITSON & HART,
Eucce-sors to Mr. Ht-Jry Robinson, AVhnlesale Wine and Spirit
Mereliants, Ilonolulu, H. I , under the Room of A. J. Cart
wright, ami at the I xt of Kaahuinanu street. 32-lf
R. F. SNOW,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, Haw. -Bands.
Regular Line of Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Sale of CoOV-e from UieTitcomb Plantatimi.
Sale of Crocker Ilnthers & Co s Yellow Metal.
New Fngland Rooflng Comjiany. 1-3-tf
CHA-S. B. BISHor. m . A. ALDRICU
nisiiop & co.,
Bankers. Office In the east corner of Makee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street, Honulu.
Will receive deiosg, discount first-class business paper, and
attend to cullectlng, etc. 114-tf
W. A. ALDRICU,
Importer and Iealeri Oeneral Merchandise; Commission
Agent for the Sale of Sugar, Molasses and Coffee, and other
Islaml Prwluce. Tkgent for the Lihcb 1'a st atios. Con
signments of all kinds of Island Produce solicited. Onlers
for Merchandise promptly attended to. 105-tf
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Commission
Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I-, keeps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every descriptiou of goods re
quired by whaleships ami others.
Shi. pirn furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions, &c,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices.
XT Money advanced for whalers bills at (be lowest rates.
CCST. C. MELCBERS.
.MELCHERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oahu,
S. I. Stone store comer of Kaahumanu and Merchant sts.
Money advanced on favorable terms for Whalers bills on the
V. 8- and Europe. a 'tf
SAM'L. X. CASTLK-
- AKS. 8. COOKE.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer
cliamlise, at the old staml, corner of the King and School
streets near the large Stone Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. U. Nicholson, in King street, oppo
site the Seamaus Cliam-l. AgeuU for Dr. Jaynes' Me.h
Agents for the Sugar Plantations of Aiko, at Papakoa, and Iwo,
at Pulo, Ililo ; Importers rnd Wholesale and KetaU Deal
ers in China Goods ; have on hand, for sale, at their estah
snents on King street, Honolulu, and at Luloiina, Alaui,
tiugar. Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, ami
varied assortment of atneral merchandise
Hoooi-lu, August 12, H57.
A. P. EVERETT.
J anion's new block. Queen street, Honolulu, U. 1.
Messrs. Sampsox A Tappa, -
E. D. Bbigham k Co
" Bctlkk, Kkith A Hill,
Ilonolu'u, July 1, 157.
C. A. Av H. F. POOR,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
UONOLCLC, OAUT, SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Gbobgb F. Pbabodt, Esq.,
KUSHA IlAS-KLL, Fsq., -
Messrs. Kkad, Gabdssb t..
Abkbsbtht, Clabb A Co., -Badges
JOBS r. POPE.
WAWD. C. WATERMAN fc CO,
rnu viSSIOX MERCHANTS.
-.nerial attention paid to the interest, of tbe Whaling Fleet, by
EsI,lwV7f1inds. t.urd and sate of Exchange, (M,
LGeneral Merchandise, and the procuring of sre.ghU
Messrt. Isaac Howlast., Jb., A Co-New Bedford
W. O. K. Popb, Esq., do.
Moboas, Sto-b A Co., San Francisco.
McRrcB A MbbbilLj do
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship Chandlers, Dealer, in Oeo Mercnanuau-
Keepnsuppiy of -ry descrion of
Knnaiie required Ly whale ship, ami others.
Money advanced at the lowest rates.
New Bed fur J.
Messrs. Swirr A An a. --
Gideo. Allbs A So,
Wm. Wilcox, - - -
Wm. OirronD, - -
Messrs. Thomas KsowlbsCo -Wstob
Howlasb, Esq., -Fbbpkbick
Pabbeb, Esq., -Messrs.
W. Phillips A So-a-
IISBBT A. PlEBCB. Esq, -
Slessrt. Bctlbb. Sisb A Co- -Messrs.
Cha x-Hoois, - -
Messrs. Mobga. &to A Co., -
WlLUAMS A HAV9,
C. A. WIIJJAMS A CO-,
' . . .r .
ar t: Scn.nZ, Co) Ship Chdler and Comm.aswo
Ite of' . - jepcnant, Ttlonolulo, 8. 1.
f.,i-In B. F. eow.
c. Watbbmab Vl
W.....WI k. IlATB",
Moboaii, Stos A Con -McRceb
8WIPT A ALLtS, -
T.AA.B-SJ. " .
II EX ST A. Pbibcb, -
. Urrvril i. -. i
IX. W. McCOUGIITItY,
Notary Public, for the protest of commercial p&er only. Office
at the Hawaiian Treasury. 167-3in
Notary Public, Office at the Court House, up stairs.
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORN EV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post OtBce. .
Physician and Surj.i'on, office in the new drug store, adjoining
the store or 11. llackfelu & Lo., tiueen-sireet. l-tf
J. D. ISLAIH,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Troctor In Admiralty. Of
fice over Dr. UuiUou's Drug Store, Honolulu. S. I. , 110-tf
Attorney at Law. Office, over the Post-office. Transacts
business and executes documents iu the native laaguage.
CILVS. F. GUILLOU, 31. I) ,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen and general practitioner.
Office, corner Knatmmanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. U ootf s Mansion, Hotel street.
Medical and Snrgicul advice in English, Franch, Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 A. X. to 2 P. M.; at other huurs inquire at
his residence. l-tf
Office and Drug Store, Kaahumanu Street, opposite Mnkee's
block. Ship s Melicine. chests reutted, and prescriptions
XT Ilot,cold, vaior, shower and medicateil Baths, at all hours
8UEKMA.1 rUCK. CUAS. BUEWER, 2o
C. IIREWER & CO.,
Commission and Shipping Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I
jAMKjtIIcsN-BWKLL,Ksq., ... Boston
ClIARLKS llKEWEK, Est., J
Mkssks. McIU-kr Mekkill, I . g.ln Franoi3);0,
Ciias. oi.coTT Brooks, Ksq.,
Mfssn.s. Wm. Pcwtac A Co., - - Hongkong.
Messrs. Pkklk, Hibbkll A Co., - Manila.
FBEDKRICK L. HANKS.
Commission and Shipping
EDWARD P. ADAMS.
HANKS & CO.,
Merchants, Honolulu, Hawaiian
Messrs. McKcer A Mkrrii.l,
GHINXeLL, Mintckm & Co,
Swift & Allbx,
Cuas. Sccddkk Si Co.,
J. C. SPALDINC,
Imnorter and Commission Merchant. Honolulu, Oahu, S.
Aeent l.ir Wm.Tliwing & Co.'s Boston and Saudwich Islands
NEprrsB Insi-raxcr Co., - - - - Boston.
EgriTARi.E Safety Ixsi'basce, Co., - 44
li.lV.KTOX " " - - - '
IkjiTOS " -.-
Washixctos 44 44 - 44 .
Alliaick 44 " - 44
N. K. MrrtAL 44 44 - 44
Salem Marine 44 44 - Salein.
XT Store iu Robinson A Co.'s fire-proof block. 175-tf
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old business nt the new store la Makee's new fire
uroof buildinir. at the stand recently occupied by Dr.
Hoffmann, corner of Qutn and Kaahumanu streets.
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Ilonolulu. Particular atteution given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instrument. constantly
ou hand and for sale. 44-tf
AGENT FOR THE
" 'rw York lJnrl of Under-rritcr.
The undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
sc., that he has been duly appomteu as Agent lor tne
New York Board of Underwriters.
13-tf ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. All
average claims against the said Underwriters occurring in
or about this Kingdom, will liave to be certified before him.
riMIE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
X ny, (established 1630.) For Fire ami Life Assurance at
home and abroad.
The nndersigncd lias been appointed Agent for the Sandwich
Islands, B- C. JANION.
7tf. at Honolulu.
AfJENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The undersigned begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Ship masters, that he has recelveil tne appointment oi
AGENT at-tlrese Islands for the LIVERPOOL UNDER
105-tf R- C. JANION.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned begs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he Has received tne npitointtuent oi
AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
105-tf JANION, GREEN & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED. AgenUof the above uom
pauy, am prepareil to insure risks agaiust fire in and
about Hi mole lu.
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCHERS A CO.
nnno'ulu, Ort. 11, 1S57.
Fire Insurance Nolice.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.
fflHE CNDERSlf.NED beirs to notiry to those par
JL ties who have insured in this office wo'Klen buildings or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that in conse
sequenee of the continued erection of large and hizh wooden
buildings close together in narrow streets, no more risks on tim
ber constructions in the town will le taken, and those already
taken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms.
JAMO.N, UKI.E.t, A: (Jo.
j.tf Aiteut for the Northern Assurance Co.
E. HOFFSC'HLAEGER Ai STA PEN1IORST,
Agral Tor the
PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
Lcs Soussijrnes, ayant cte nommes Agents pour les
Assureurs rnannmes ue traria ei ue jwrueaut,
prviennent le public en general et lea Capi
tkincs de uavires marchands francaia, qui risitent
1 ports de ce royaume, ca particulier, que dans
tous les cas d'avaries, qui auraient lieu dans ces
parages, ils devront, faire constater et verifier
les Cuts devant eux pour legaliser leurs recla
mations contre les dits assureurs.
61-tf ED. ltOFFSClILA EGER A 8TAPENH0RST.
- J. WORTH,
Dealer In General Mercliandise, liilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruiu at the shortest notice, on reasonaoie terms
Bills of exchange wanted.
S. N. EMERSON,
Waiaiua, Oahu, Dealer in General Merchandise, Country Fro
duce such as uorn, 1 leans, tiaaanas, du,
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite the
DOLLES & CO.,
.: ni.rwH a.nd Commission Merchants and 1 eaters
General Merchandise, I-haina, Maui. Whalers furnished
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
OILMAN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Dealers In General Merchandise, .
LAHAINA, MAUI, II. I-
et.tr- .-nnl.Ml with recruits. Good facilities tor storage. Laaf
f umisbed for bills of excha-e.
. J. II. WOOD,
Ma-mtacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every
description.. Shoe Findings, rump, twie, noggins, naru,
sid Pt-,t Leathers. Calf. Goat, Hog, and Buck Skins
Trunks, Valises, 8frring Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Black
Ing, Brushes, Hosiery, Ac. Ac Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant sts-, Honolulu, H. I. .I-tX
GEORGE C SIDERS,
Manufacturer and deaVr la Tin, Sheet Iron, and C-pper ware,
KaAHumanu sireev, opi"- - - -
Sumioer Bakera, Tin and Copper Prnnpa, Bathing Tuba.
For and Shower Baths, Tin and Zinc Roofing, and a gen
eral assortment of Tin ware. Ship work executed with
neatness and dispatch. 1"ti'
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Tbe undersigned would In
form his friends and tne pnmic, inas n
fitted MP the premises on Fort street, opposite C. Brewer
2d' Store, as a CARPENTER 8HOP, and would solicit that
patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. An orders in
thevariuoa branches of Building, Plans, SpeciiVcatiotis and
a b nvi vrTirnow rash, and all other articles per
slning to ho"e building, comtantly on hand and tor tale. Mt
OCTOBER 15, IS59:
stores, 9'irllmtjs an), (tstitr.
PART OP A MANSION IIOfSK TO LET.
ONE PART OP THE MANSION BE-
longiug to Mr. J allien in Nuua:iu Valley. :ilout a mile
and a half from town. U to let. Terms reasonable In
quire in the premises. 174-lm
TO LET FURNISHED.
A COTTAGE AND OUT HOUSES IN
the suburbs, and within 15 minutes' walk of the Court
House, situated immediately opiosite the Catholic feme
try on King street. Imjuireof
W. LEE, Attorney at Law,
173-tf Over Dr. tiuillou's store.
TO LET I
FOR ONE YEAR, THE t ONDE FARM
jjbg; nt Makawso, for cultivating wheat, Ac Apply to TUOd.
W. EVERETT, Lahaina, or to the undersigned.
U. I'. .IL Ul,
Attorney for D. T. Comic.
THE STORE AT THE FOOT OF KAA-
Immtmii afr.t rtn 1 1 V rw.n niMtl l.v Mn . ltitjton &
i ''ii- Hart, in the wine and spirit trade. Possession given on
tha 1st of October next. For terms, apply personally to
159-tf " At his rooms over Dr. McKibbiu's.
THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OF-
rices in the FIRE PROOF BRICK BliLl'INu, corner of
Kaahumanu and Oueen streets, vis :
The oulce on the second floor, directiy over the Savings Bank.
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storajj of 1500
Possession given immediately. Terms moderMe. Apply to
11-j-tf CIIAS. BREWER, 2d.
. TO LET,
THE IOKl)lG IIOUSF: IN THE
r -nr of the 44 White Horse Hotel," with 12 separate bed
... . .
rooms, all lunuslieil. inquire on uie premises. xix-ti
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
THE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
Btreet. Terms liberal. Apply to
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
LET, St PER WEEK.
S. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE PREMISES If ELONGINC TO C. T.
Averlwrg, Esq., comer of King and Maunakea streets.
Immediate possession can be given if required.' For
terms app! y to 96-tf 1 FLOREXa BTArEaUORaT.
THE TWO STORES RECESTL1
erected in Fort street, between King and Merchant sts.
Parties wishing to lease can have them fitted o suit by
early application. For terms, please apply to
6.ir u. r . 4?.v.
Cofrcc lNaiilaliou for Sale !
TITCO.M1I COFFEE PLANTATION,
' AT HANALEf, KAUAI,
T. ntr,.nMi f,.r Tlie Land of tlio Plantation comprises up
wards of 1050 Aerrs. aud has upon it 50.000 ColFee
Tree-. The land is well adapted to th-5 cultivatioh of sugar
cane. The estate Is unencuintiered, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of sale, inquire of
B. F. SNOW.
iVaikahalulu Water Lots!
rfVIIE UMIEKNlu.if.l' iiai.u ur-t.
JL appointed agent for the sale and lease of the
begs to call the attention or 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 lilx-ral ami convenient
terms. . . . ....
Plans may be seen and all particulars learned oy application
th nn.lHrsi.'neil at Robert C. Jai-ion's Fire-proof Buildings.
X. 11. Karly application should be mmle for choice Lots.
' W. L. GREEN,
Asent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1S5S.
AMER0TYPE & DAGUERREL.N GALLERY!
DAGUERREOTYPES, .IMBItui 1 1-r.z,
and PHOTOGRAPHS taken in the highest perfection of
the Art. (105-tf) jr. aui;a.
AH BKOT VPI3 OALLERV.
THE UNDER SIGN EL would call tne attkxtios oi
of his Friends ami the Public to his Rooms, over the
44 Pacific Commercial Advertiser," Printing Office, (next to the
Post Oiliee where he is taking Pictures which, for elegance of
stvle and softness of tone, cannot be excelled.
'Being in constant receipt of New Stock, Chemicals. Ac, he is
prepared to take Pictures with all the latest improvements.
TT Pictures taken on Glass. Pajx.-, Patent Leather, India
Rubber, &c, and warranted to give entire aus:.;iioii.
N .u The Public are invited to call and examine specimens.
H9tf w. 1. llUi.Aiu Artist.
Views of Honolulu !
4 LL PERSONS VIMTIAU u i-ivm ija-t y
fj on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. H.
as they will convev by far a letter idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be had of E. BCKOGSS,
Paint Shop, 04 iving street, near run.
BYRON'S BAY, HILO, HAIVAU,
Ship Chandler and Dealer in General Merchandise, keeps con-
. . . - . ...1 rJTamr lllnTihfin
stanuy on nana an cxi''n3icftniiicu.ui .v. j
r.rnwii-.i.iir.nl bv Whaleshins an 1 others.
Shipping furnislied with Fresh Beef and Vegetables, and all
kinds or urocenes ami ran rnBiuu. c--., , - -bnrtit
notice and upon the most reasonable terms.
Money iwlvanced for Whalers' Bills at the lowest rates.
Best facilities for Storage 01 irom o w oouo urr-i.
N. B. No ardent spirits allowed to be sow at tnis port.
Foreign as well as native seamen cati be procured here upon
as favorable lays, etc., as atany of tne other ports 011 the isiamis.
Hilo, March, lSotf.
. -p vwm v rw V T X"
ALL PERSONS ISUKUIGU aw 11m
l.-ita William A. Cooner. of Honolulu, deceased, are here-
bv notified to pay the amount of their accounts to his execuUus,
Stewart Hamilton Cooper aid William L. Green, who have ob
tained Probate of his Will, or to the nndersigned, their Solicitor;
and all persons having claims against his estate, are requested
to present them to same parties for 8et1tlmelVr.vxnn-nv
W svj'-'s ---. -
Honolulu. August 25, 1859. l05-
ALL PERSONS iMJKiJifci' aw V.
late James Graham, of Honolulu, are hereby notified to
pay the amount of their aeeounts to W. A. Markham and Ma
lohe, his executor and executrix, or the undersigned, as their
Solicitor ; and all persons having claims against nis -u-, -
requested to present them to the undersigned forthwith.
Honolulu, August 25, 1S59. la5-tf
Dooks for the People.
HE HOUSE A MANUAL Ut A lt-v.it 1-
H 4 1 -ir -E1 t2
THE FAMILY OYMNAS1L31 mm punrcrnu iiiui-
Uons-$l 50. . ...,..,
THE FARM A rocitei .-tianuai 01 ik'"-"11-1"1
H,,W TO BEHAVE HOW TO DO BUSINESS HOW TO
TALK HOW TO WRITE Each
THE BARN-1 AKU A .lianuai 01 i-uoraut:j"imi- c
THE GARDEN A Manual of Horticulture $1
15S-tf For sale by H. M. WHITNEY.
FOR SALE EX SACHEM.
WE GRAND PARLUK riAnu run.-
J 1 Cancy case do
do, 7 octaves
piusa music stoois,
1 ...Kl.-t-n r
The above are from the inanvitactory of JIallett A u f
Hnn War uie DV
HOSPITAL NOTICE t
. - . pa mm -r W-. rr -"t W Tf
THE DISPEXSAK1 A A lAiir." aw "
Queen's Hospital on King Street, will be open every day
from 7J until , A. M for the dispensing of medicines to sick
and indigent Uwaiians. Per order: kT-rrrv
. ST A S- V
WATER-RIGHT WANTED I
ANY PERSO km A t 1.1 v A. A a in. -.
for sale from the Government pipes, wlU find a purchaser
by applying to the undersigned.
II. W. SEVERANCE.
- -r- -wr r ' -Tr
BLANK WRAbKMliA-s V,
(a new pattern, on fine paper) tor Bale. Also Merchant
Blank Exchange. For ame oj
H. M. WHITNEY.
Sugar and Molasses,
17IROM THE BKEWliit.
L For sale by
C. BREWER A CP.
SUGAR ANO .MUUASStJ - r-vi.
Crop of 1859, from the Brewer Plantation, now cominr in.
C. BREWER CO.
BEEF ANO PORK.
OK.T BARRELS MESS BEEF, 250 UO.
A P Cr prime pork, per late arrival.
If or .ale bv
. BREWER A CO .
SIX CASES SUP-OIL CLOTUt BBi-nea wiatns,
jixst received and t ,Je by, - ' " -. 4,
77OHCE PUMPS, aasnrted aaea. Wast patterns,
homa and fixtures Co -re, J -riv--, rw r
in-u c. l- 1
1 SIX DOLLARS IKR ANNUM.
I VOU IV, No. SO. WIIOL.K No. HT,
. Harvey V JlcCIymoiit,
PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, GILDERS AND PA
shops iy uxiox axo Kixa streets. 155-t
HOUSE CARPENTER, &c,
r ESPECTFCLLY INTIMATES THAT
MM, he is prepared to execute any work iu the above line, and
opes to merit a share or public patronage. iu-tr
VtTOULl) CALL THE ATTENTION OF
TT the public to his stock of material, consisting of 11a-
wniiun Lime, California lime. Brick, Cement, Fire Clay, Plaster
of Paris, Uoruian Tile ami Fire Brick, at his yard, opposite the
City Market, 0:1 King Street. 160-ly
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
rIIIE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
JL manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship forgines and smith work.
Cart boxe, forge backs, auvils fee. cn hand and made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
2-tf D. M. WESTON.
CARPENTERING AND JOLNERY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his friends aud the Public that he has taken tile stand form
erly occupied by S. Johnson, (Carpenter.) ou King street, oppo
site the Bethel, wlier: he intends to open a carpenter shop and
conduct the business in all its various branches.
iV. B. All orders executed with promptness and dispatch.
145-tf . GEO. MILLER.
TIIOTIPSOZY Sc r.VIlALE,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOUSE,
THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
the premises formerly occupied by M. M. Matthew,
are now 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
CO OP 12 !...
A -CARD.-MESSRS. LEWIS Ai NORTON
mt take the opportunity of thanking their friends and the
public in general, for the favors and patronage hitherto bestow
ed Uon them, ani respectfully beg theit continuance of the
A 11 orders entrusted to them will be performed with punctu
ality and dispatch.
They have on hand, for sale, CAshJs or all sizes and sorts.
amounting to upwards of 4000 bbls. 162-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED. HAY
ine removed his Shop to the NEW ESPLAN
ADE, is urenared 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 UNDERSI -NED, HAVING A
thorough knowledge of the above business, begs to
notify his friends and the public generally of llonolu-
i lu. that he is prewired to make to order, on short no
tice, and in the most thorough workmanlike manner, Spring
Lounges, Spring Beds, Hair, Pulu and Grass Matresses. Old So
fas, Lounges, etc., re-covered and repaired with neatness and dis
patch. CurjieU of all kinds laid in the most thorough workman
like manner. O. U. INGRAHAM,
129-6m Next door to Geo. Clark, Esq., Hotel street.
C. K. WI11AHS,
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 Gilt Mould ins, and large sized Glass.
A variety of Rocking, Dining, Ollice and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand ami made to order. 15S-ly
NEW COOPERAGE !
ANTIION'S BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
HoiioIdIu, Oahu, II. I.
riiHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE TAKEN
Jl the above premises for the purpose of carrying on the
la all Its various branches, and solicit a share of the public
Being all practical coopers, they flatter themselves that they
can-do work as well and on as reasonable terms as any other ea
ablishment iu Honolulu or on the Sandwich Islands.
147-otn LAMB, FARDEN & CO.
MACHINE CARPENTER'S SHOP.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his frionds and the public that on the 5th inst. he will re
sume his ft rmer business as a
BUILDER AND HOUSE CARPENTER,
At the sUrl hitherto occupied by Mc-s. Watson A Leonard,
on the Swinton Premises, King street. With every facility for
doing all branches of
. , Wood Worlt
tc the best advantage, he respectfully solicits a share of public
Having hecured the services of a first rate workman, he will
also add C'nbinrt Makiag, Tnraiag and Car
ririRO Work to his other business.
HT Stuff sawed and planed by machinery for carpenters and
C. H. LEWERS.
N. B. General luraW business will be conducted as hereto
fore -on the Fort Street Premises, where the best selected stock
will Toe sold on the most reasonable terms. 16d-tf
w. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
suppl merchants and families with hard and soft soap ; also,
neats foot oil.
XT And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease. S&-lj
raiHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
JL chased tbe interest of K J. Smith in Uie Town and City
Market in Honolulu, lately carried on by Bradley A Co., tlie
business will henceforth be carried on under the name of D. R.
Vida fc Co- who engage to furnish the best quality of butchers
meat which the islands can produce, and solicit the patronage of
145 tf D. R. VIDA A CO.
Ex " Yankee."
Assorted Jellies, citron,
Uambliu A Baker's oysters.
Bbls Carolina rice,
For sale by WILCOX, RICHARDS A CO-
Kaahumanu street, in stone store, formerly -151tf
occupied by Messrs. Krull ft Moll.
Doors, Window Sasli, Blinds,
EX 44 MODERN TIMES."
O ff DOORS, ASSORTED SIZES, AVITH
f .F mouldings and raised panel.
50 Sash Door, assorted sixes.
300 pair Window Sash, assorted sires.
250 pair Blinds, with r ; without swivels, ass d aites.
Selected expressly for this rket, and for sale low by
137.U- GEORGE G. HOWE.
" SUNDRIES FOR SALE.
rflHE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON II AND AND
L for sale Oats, Corn, Barley,
Beans, Corn-meal, Arrow-root, . .
. Gunny-baga, Cider Vinegar,
Oregon Cider, Salmon, - - t
Nails, Coir and Jute Rope.
A superior lot of London Dock 4Rixatn Cognac Brandy, and
Wines and liquors. .
159-tf J. F. COLBURST.
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDER, Ac.'
A enn ROLLS ASSORTED PAPER
-,JU I 100 rolls assorted border. . '
The above Invoice was selected expressly for this market by
J. F. B. Marshall. Esq., and is the largest and beat aaaortmeot
ever imported, and wul be tuM at low es by
- , C. IL IJEWKBS,
133 tf - FortStreet.
F0R SALIa OH IIIRE!
f TERT SUPEKIOn
W with Slate
V v-' n rds, and PUELAN'8 CELX-
. . i CUSHIONS, all complete. Also
L Caes,Wsjc, Pockets, Ae. ; Apply to
- K. Bt7llGo8. f
u each, just arrived and for Bale
C B&KWCS A CO.
... ... C. AAn--i CO.
D. C. M'RCKB. l.C. BTBBB1LL
iicRura & ifiiRitiii,
AUCTIO 3ST.E EH S
AGENTS OF THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Heuolula Packets.
XT AH freight arriving In transitu for the Sandwich Inlands,
will be recelveil and forwarded by tlie "Regular Dispatch Lioe:'
FBKK or COMMISSIOX.
Particular attention paid to forwarding and transhipment of
merchandise, sale of whalemen's bills, and other exchaage. In
surance of merchandise and specie under open policies, supply
ing whalcahiiis, chfetcring ships, etc.
43 and 45 California afreet. 130-tf
RF.KKB TO : "
Captain Jam?s Makee, HouMulu; Captaiu D. C. Waterman',
Honolulu; Messrs. Oilman A Co., Lah-ina. - 120-tf
Chas. Wolcoit Brooks.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND FORWARDINQ AGENT,
123 SnuMinc atreet, San Frauciwo, CaL "
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the purchase, shipment and sale of Merchandise, and '
the Forwarding amlTransliliHiient of Uoud. in trannit.
Refers to 1 - '
B. F. Ssow, Honolulu. I J is. Hi xiEwri.L, Boston .
C. Bkrwkr, 2d, Honolulu. Hknkt A. Pi-kck, 44 -'
P. 8. Wilcox, 44 Cnss. Bmrwca, . 44 ; .
Maconhrav t Co., Sau Francisco. ,
Monx, Stoxk Co., '
AsaT. Lawtox. ! . . 143-tf
THAYER, RRIOIIAI & FIELD,. J
Commission Metchants, Boston. -
Cuas. L. Thater, (late Thayer, Rice A Co.)
J. S. Bhigbau, (late H D. Brigham A Co.)
B. W. Fikld, (late of Ilonolulu.) lCO-fim. .
C. 8. DATBAWAT.
B. r. T0BB.
MORGAN, STO.NK & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Mereliants, San Francisco, Cat
References, T. S. Hathaway llsq. Messrs. T. A A. K. Nye,
& Swift & ferry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grinuell Minturn Jt
Co., New York, John M. Forbes Ksq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins A Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Ksq. Hon
olulu. l-tf ' :
M. K. HLCHES. T. H. O'COXSOB.
ni iiT' s & o'coivivon, :
SOLE AGENTS FOR .
Phelan's Model Billiard Tables,
PATENT COMBINATION CUSHIONS, A;c,
IN CALIFORNIA AND OREGON.
Manufactory and Sales Rooms,
130 AND 182 MOXTGOMERT STREET, CAL.
XT Purchases of tables and apparatus can be made through
A. D. CART WRIGHT,
171-fim Honolulu. -
50 BALES INDIAN HEAD SHEETINGS.
50 BALES LAWRENCE SHEETINGS.
50 BALES MASSACHUSETTS SHEETINGS.
60 BALKS METAM0RA SHEETINGS.
100 BALES BLUE DENIMS.
25 CASES ASSORTED TICKINGS.
10 CASES KENTUCKY JEANS.
10 CASES BLUE DRILLS.
25 CASES ASSORTED PRINTS.
20 CASKS BLEACHED SHEETINGS.
600 PIECES BRUSSELS AND VELVET CARPET.
1000 PIECK9 TURKU-PLY AND INGRAIN CARPETS.
1500 PIECES FLOOR OIL CLOTH.
1000 PIECES COCOA AND CHINA MATTING. '
600 CASES PAPER HANGINGS.
20 CASES TABLE OIL CLOTHS.
30 CASES CURTAIN DAMASKS.
60 CASES LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS.
20 CASKS WIND0W.SIIADE3 AND HOLLANDS.
400 DOZEN RUGS AND MATS.
400 PIECES DRUGGETS AND BAIZES.
NOW LANDING, FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST RATES,
F RATI 71 BAIXTJZl.
Nos. 10 and 112 CLAY STREET," .
No. 107 Clay street, San Francisco,
OFFER FOR SALE A FULL AND- COM
plete assortment of desirable
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
R. A CO. respectfully Solicit orders from tbe country, and
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to those who favor
them with their custom.. WMJnr 1
F It A IV K BAKER,
HO aad 1 12 Clay Street.
45 aad 4T Merclutat Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, CaL
Importer and Scaler '
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPETS,
Floor and Table Oil Cloth,
MATS AND COCOA MATTING,
DRUGGETS, BAIZES, and T)A2fA8Kft,
WINDOW SHADES AND UGLLANDS, ..
XT p 1m. olaxory CV o o 3L m .
PAPER HANGINGS umd BORDERS,
FOR SALE IN BOND OR DUTY PAID,
ICT At the f-OTFCst Rates, "
FANCY GOODSrFJXCY GCCJ3!
H. P. BROWTY,
SAW FRANCISCO, CS.,:
raporler of Fancy Goads cf all lllzlx,
BEADS AND BEAD WORKS
GUNS. PISTOLS. COiJJJS. ESUSIIE-i.
TABLE AND POCKET CUTL3I1T,
LOOKING GL.S3S3, PESTD1ILIY,
SOAPS, NEEDLES, PLATED WARE,
WAX AND KID DOLLS, Ac., Ac.
AO Orders to re- ve prompt attention, and the goo fc r-
warde. a directed.
Be- to H. V. Wbttxat. Honolulu. S. L ISO-aan
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
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Between Washinrtoa and Merchant ,. '
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