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I It IIai II mr.
I Ba hasten home, sai-1 a roy child,
IHaa had raily roamed 5c hoar ;
I si h jstm home to my mother d&r
Of will leek me in the bowers.
jTib chil. I in eal her lipa wiih a kUa
jaJ offr her all my flower.
I ha;t3 home, aakl a bergar giri,
. she carried the pitiful store
Of rcaf and cra of crusted biead
gH aJ rathered from dour to duur;
X et hasten home to my mother dear,
gje i feeble, and old, and poor !
lma-l hatfrn home, sai I the ball-room belle,
4.4 ixy began to dawn
ii rhe giitterinj jffwtla her dark hair decked,
fjyiee bf ight aa the dews of mom;
rs bnake the J.y of this clianing world
Which leave in the heart but a thorn.
I re- fcjJteo home, s.-iil a dying youth,
w bo had raiuly smgUt fur fime
Tie W owe4 to win a laurel wreath,
Aid hmnortalixe hU name;
jat, a ranaw. he de.l on a foreign shore
i U tie h-ipes h b-J CuCrbked were Tain.
I im hastening home, aaid an aged man,
Is be ;azel on the grusy sod,
Tior aft, re agv had siUercd his hairs.
Bis fcrt had alhtly trud;
tvmU I farewell to this lorely earth
I an hasteaiujf home to Go.1 5. jr. Bui It tin
Sir Jwbaj a ad Iady Franklia.
JdTtt; a portion of our space to-dar to a nar-
L tie exploration in the Arctic regions of the
Uich Fox, which concludes the last meljin-
faipter or the story cf bir John Franklin anj
m. come account or the various efforts made
'Jit Lwt eleven jers to ascert ain their f.e
It fcao I interesting. It is now fourteen years.
o uto . iwi r, since captain (Sir
Franklin started on . his great expediticn in
f the fiaioas northwest passage. His two
tie Erebus mud Ttrror sailed on their adven
KTe on the 26th of Mar. 1815. and it was
ivi. One rnoata from the daj he sai lei, he
bj ft whaler in Barn's Kaj. In 1848, no
(tinj been received or him, the British Gov
r fitteI out three vessels to proceed to the
is in search of him. In 184'J, after a pro
ii sad dangerous but useless search, the last
I jf the expedition returncl. During the same
1, land part under Sir John Richardson, and
it sea expedition under the veteran Arctic ex
. Sir James Boss, were eqoallr unsuccessfuL
'Aiatk Government then otfered a munificent
isoatic to $100,000, to anj private expedition
mil aJurl efScient aid to Sir John Franklin,
no less than eight expeditions were fitted
Ix James Rosa again taking command of one of
Lady f ranklta also, ia that year, fitted out
tjeJirion in the vessel that bore her name, and
Wasted largely ia dispatching another expedition
L 1 - 1 1 m ww - ...
ji:kB also started in the same year, and there
even different vessels at that time searching
-?tic seas far tidings of the lost. Die result of
t aameroas expeditions was comparatively
The craves cf three men belonging to the
m and Terror were discovered, but no docu
diat gave any traces as to the whereabouts of
aing men. In 1803, Dr. Kane started on his
i explorations, preceded by Sir Edward Bei
rut five ships. Although this latter expedi
i not fiad anything of Sir John Franklin, they
fed in rescuing Captain MeCIure, who, with
ifp's covpany, bad been bound up by ice for
'last, as these numerous expeditions returned
yxr rear without tidings of him in whose search
rare dispatched, the public began, with reason.
a further investigations useless. It was argued
Jje claims cf humanity bad been satisfied, and
: via wrong as well as useless to endanger more
ia what was deemed a vain search. Lady
V.la, however, with a noble heroism that has
tr her the admiration and sympathy cf the
pd worU, still hoped for her husband's safety.
eenUy dispatched to the Arctic regions the
jcrew-steaojer Fox, under charge of Captain
Miiuck. mat vessel nas now returnen. Dean eg
f- bereared Ialy, intelligence that confirms the
uiepressi'n as to the loss of Sir John rranklm
"Mills were found at a point cn King William
; teariDg date April 25, 1848, and stating that
on Franklin died cn the lltb cf June, 1847.
fatb, scarcely more than two years after he left
pad, must have discouraged his companions, and
erbaps owing to this premature removal of their
pea and experienced chief that the whole party
Sir John Franklin thus- died a martyr to his
a the cause cf Arctic exploration? he has in
t mr.rft tr.vapild nnvi!inT .lift hitltipn fIlTS
f t the Arctic seas than ever he could have done
- jmpathy for hU fatend humane elTortsto
trom death, have sent out more Arctic ex
jes than ever more enterprise would have done
c am tims TIio kiainn tt A rvt i nivirration
aas decade has len but a scries of searches
rack'.io. and durinz these searches Dr. Kane
bL observations, so valuable to science, and
'-0 MeCIure made the discovery cf the famous
9t passage, that has been the great geograpb-
feat of tite aze. . But for really practic:u8es
:oTery h is as yet been cf no avail, and with
ara of LvJy rranklin's latest expedition, we
ie Arctic navigation is over, for the present at
f&tcofSir John Franklin has long excited the
tion of geographers, travelers and scientific
F ni aested to poets some thrilling inspira-f-
A few years ago a fioe poem on this subject
anl anracted much attention. It was pop
T Fpvsed that th frigid temperature of the
(ene would keep the human frame from disso-
1'ter death, and it was said cf Sir John and
that tLcy, amid the icebergs cf that mysteri-
fJ, might still be found.
f like Egypt's kines,
- Kch in his icrhonod sepulcbra
a ad pyramid of snow.
1 e poetical illusion may be destroyed by the
"kfeLpraeDts; but more deeply touching than
t cf the poet's pen Is the story of that heroic
'Wkling f lurteen years of her life in etforta for
-"tand-s relief, and at last to be only assured
go te died amid the terrors of an Arctic
- .Tboojanda. all over the world, as they hear
( ci dlscksure of the Arctic mystery, will
Xa 1e tbe brave-hearted wife and be
(W, Li.iy Franklin.
rcirnojr o m Fnv We mar add here
f London Slur, the following description of
V- 1 t . l 1 1 i f inn in
- cmpiojetj in ww o c j.-
f Sir John Franklin:
escre-yaiht Fox, now famous, arrived
Infta Docks (London) on 23d September.
1 !onyuUe tbe quay within the basin all day.
lOtMir. . - 1 - - a the
1 -ow m ma quiet u'i --
r. ? her commander. Captain M'Clintock,
It? thti f t rerf tongue. She seems absolute-
scratch on ber black hull, and looks
?tbr. ' to speak, than yachts in general.
ery Title ornament about her, bnt what she
f co .rfny good condition. The Fox is a
rftem acrew ; has three slender, rather raking
, " of tp.sail echooner rig, and a small poop
everything is small about the ahip, save
"ents. Sne is rather sharp forward and
:" platted over with irom. As one acans
re elonly, we detect preparations about
dar-trs than beset the English waters.
; not u: bundle of heavy handspikes,
4 at euH mu4 if fnr frneinff oST drift ice.
'-! Eequiwxt c v is lashed to ber lar-
r- A tz-,tZi 1
-fcips, be.: ! J l
ftive f f,
odetist-' , t :
. wk rer" '
hancine over ber
; zitomary one at the
r risked and oer
i t .:tom of the ropea
c '-cf Irvaawa ready
HKVRV WEEKM- BY
,l!UWAII)X FLOUR COMPANV,
100-tf A. t. KVKRETT, Treasnrer and Agent.
A. P. IIVEUKTT.
Jlonolulo. Oiilio, II. I.
J. F. COLBURX,
Kaahiunanu street. Honolulu, Ouhu.
Wine. Spirit and Cigar Store, Charlton V harf, Honolulu.
V. II. LEWE RS,
Lumber and building materials,Fort St. Honolulu. 106-tf
ou HOLT & HEUCKj
Mieral Commbaion Merchants. Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. 105-tf
ALEX. J. CARTWRHJHT,
mmission Mercluuit and Oeneral Shipping Aget.t, Honolulu.
Uahu, II. I. 104-tf
'holesale Dealer In W ines and Spirits, Ale and PorUT, near
Uie Pest OBice. Hoiiululu. 4l-tf
(iEOIKiE . HOWE,
amber Merchant, yard Corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets on
the lunchard premues. 104-tf
H. 1IACKFELI) & CO.
jiieral Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu.
Oahu, 3. I. 105-tf
k. a. iiai.i-
nporter and dealer in Hardware, Iry Goo.ls, I'ainU, Oils, and
general MerchandUe. Cornr of Fort anil King streets. lOo-t
:a!er in Dry and Fancy Goods, Hotel street lctween Nnuanu
and Maunakea streets. Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOUSE,
nporter, Wliolesale and Uetail Denier in General Merchandiiei
Honolulu, and Lahalna, Maui. 44-tf
. VOSdMAS. r MOSSMiS, 111
MOSSJIAN & SON,
akers. Grocers and Dealers in Dry Ooo-ls, Nuuanu street, Hon
olulu, UHho, S. I. 127 tf
W.N. LA DO,
nporter and Dealer in Hakdwahe, t'cTHT, Mechaxics'
Tools and A;imi LTt uil Ihfllmkntc, Fort street, Hono
JANION, CJ It 15 E N & CO.,
ommistioa Merchants Fire-Proof lluildings, Queen street.
Honolulu, AprU 1, liiO. 105-tf
abinet Maker and French FolishT, Hotel Street, opposite the
Government House. 41 tf
- law!. K. l IXUOL3
.IRWIN & CO.,
Vccnuntsnt.4, Collectors an l Cutom House Brokers, Honolulu.
7 N. D- Complicated accounts adjusted, and commercial
aoks opened ami closed. lo5-tf
A. S. & 31. s. C;RINBAU3I,
impo rters and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Clothinfr, Hats,
Caps, !rts ami Shoes, and every variety of GenUemcn's
Saprior Furnishin Goods. Store, corner of Fort and
Mercliant streets, Honolulu. Oahu- 119-tf
A. HACCIS, OAHC. T. B. SWAIS, HAWAII
AIIEL HARRIS A CO.,
?)eaWs ia al! kirwls of Hawaiian Pnxluce, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
Draw P-ills of F.xcliange on Messrs. Mcliuer & Merrill. San
Francisco, L. S. A TtO-tt
RITSON & HART,
coccessors to Mr. n.ary Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu, H. I , under the Room of A. J. Cart
wright, and at the foot of Kanhumana street. 32-tf
R. F. SNOW, ,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu,-Haw. Islands.
Retrular Line of Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Sale of Coffee from the Titcomb Plantation.
Sale of Cnjcker ltrothr k Co's Yellow MetaL
New Fnjsland K.Cng Company. 12S-tf
CHAS. BfcSHOP. A. ALDB1CH
BISHOP &c CO.,
Bankers. Office In the east corner of u MaLee's Block," on
Kaahumar.o street, Honolulu.
Will receive depots, discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc. 112-tf
W. A. ALDRICH,
Importer an0SDealer in General Merchandise ; Commission
Airent for the Sae of Susar. Molasses and Coffee, and other
Island Protluce. A?ent for the Lihc Plaxtatios. Con
innmeuU of all kinds of IslaiHl 1'ro.luce solicited. Orders
or Merchandise promptly attended to. 105-tf
AfiENT FOR LLOYD'S
The nndersimed bejrs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he lias received the appointment ot
AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
j05-tf R. C. JANION,
Agent forth Bremen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. All
' averaee claims against the said L nderwriters, occurring in
or about this Kingdom, will have to be certified before him.
riMIE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
1 cy, (-stabtished llM.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
home and abroad.
The undersigned has been appointed Agentfor the IV.
Isjatnf;U- at Honolulu.
AGENT FOR THE
Sctt TrU DoarU of Underwriter.
The cndersigiM;.! takes kave to notify Merchants, Ship M;tp
Ac, that he has been duly appointed as Agent for the
i3w York Board of '-' CARmlollI,
AfiENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The onden.i5r.ed be-rs leave to n.ify Merchants, Sh p
ml Ship masurs, that he ha. received XSfsDEK
VGENT at these Islands for the LIVERPOOL LADfctl
WRITER'S ASSOCIATION. r p JAyIQy
Shlo Chawller Iealer in General Merehandisr, and Commission
mVZLu 2Zl, Oahu, S. I., kee, PV Vl,
an extensive assortment of every description of foods re-
rS the shortest notice- at the very lowest marke pnec.
XT Mouey advanced ,r whalers' b.u. at the lowest rates.
Z AMOS. S. COOKS.
ments oo King street, iiuju
Sugar, Molssses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, a nu s
raried assortment of general merchandise
TJonolulo, Angnat li. 1&7-
FIRE INSURANCE COMPAN1.
For particulars apply at the office. MElcnERS t CO.
Hoooiala, Oct-11. 185T .
PARI3 AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF TJNDER
WRITERS. AVIS AiTpUBLIC.
LcsSoassijrnes,ayant ete nonunes A,?entJr pour les
Assureurs maritimea de Pan-et
previennent le public en general et les Lap
Lines de navires marchands fran9aas, qui visitent
le, ports de ce royaume, en particul.er q ans
tousles eas d'avaries, qui auraient beu dans ces
SSiSjIll devront, faire constater et verifier
- KfiS devant eux pour legaliser leurs recla-
IIONOJ.ULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 15, 1S59.
DR. A. N. CLAItKK,
Surgical and Mechanical Dentist.
?.le nt'it door t0 Wo,1l' Bt and ShwStor.-, Merchant Street.
Ultice hours from 9 A. M., t H P.M. lTU-tf
DR. J. MOTT S3IITH,
Office corner of Fort and Hotel Streets. 178-ly
Notary Public, Office at the Court House, up stairs.
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office. 65-tf
Physician and Surgeon, office in the new drug store, adjoinirif
the store of II. Hackteld k Co., Queen-street. 1-tf
J. I. BLAIR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Proctor in Admiralty. Of
fice over Dr. Uuillou's Drug Score, Honolulu, S. I. 140-tf
L. 31c CULLY,
Attorney at Law. office, over the Pout-office." Transacts
liiTtr"8 n1 Cxecute9 uocum-'"t: in the native language.
Office and Drug Store, Kaahuinanu Street, opposite Makee's
block. Ship's M-Jdiciue chesU refitted, ami prescrijitions
XT Hot, cold, vaior, shower and medicated Baths, at all hours
CHAS. F. :UILLOU, 31. D ,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen and iteneral practitioner.
Office, corner Kaahunianu an 1 Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. Wood's Mansion, Hotel itrcct.
Medical and Surgical advice in Kngiish, French, Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 A. it. to 2 P. M.; at other hours inquire at
his residence. i-tf
rREOEUCC L. UAXKS. I EDWABII P. ADAMS.
FRED'K L. HANKS & CO.,
Commission and Shipping Merchants, Honolulu, Hawaiian
Messrs. McRi-er & Merrill, ... San Francisco.
Grinxcll. Mi.xturx & Co, - - New York.
Swikt & Ali.es, .... New Bedford.
Cbas. ikl DDtR 4c Co., ... Boston.
D. C WATfcRU IX.
JuUX F. POPS.
D. C. WATERMAN &. CO.,
Especial attention-paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Exchanev, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight.
Messrs. I-uio Howlaxo, Jr., ii Co., New Bedford
W. O. E. Pope, Esq., do.
MoB'iAX, Stoxk & Co., San Francisco.
Mt'Iti KR & Mkrrill, do. 105-tf
8BKKXAS PKCK. CnA.S. BREWER, 2D.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission and Shipping Mrchents, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
JAJiesIIrxxpWELL, Ksq., t Boston
Charles Bkewkr, E.,J uoston.
Mejwr. McRcer Ac Mkrrill, r .
Chas. Wolcott Baoons, Esq.i J ' San rrancl!,c"-
Mkssrs. lVn. Ptstac & CoM - - Ilonukong.
Mkssrs. Pkele, Hi BBtLL & Co., - Manila.
C. A. &. H. F. POOR,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
noxonri.r, OAiir, sandwich islands.
Guoroe F. P::ahodt, Esp, Philadelphia.
Elisba Uaski.ll, Fsq., - - New Bed fori.
Messrs. Read, Oardxicr & C:., - - Boston.
Waldo, Barby Co., - New York.
Abkbxetrt, Clark jc Co., - San Francisco.
Badceb k Lixdexbekoer, - San Francisco
A. P. EVERETT,
J anion's new block, Queen street, Honolulu, U. L
Messrs. Saxpso k Tappas, -
E. D. Bhioham k Co.,
" Brn.Rs, Krith k Hill,
Honolulu, July 1, 1S57.
J. C. SPALDING,
Importer and Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
Airent tor Wm. Thwing Ac Co.'s Boston and Sandwich Islands
NEprrxB Ixsi-raxck Co., - Boston.
jitarlr Safety Ixslra.nce, Co., - "
Boi-i-stox " " - "
Bostos " " - "
Washixctox 44 ' - "
Alliaxck " " tt
N. K. Mltcal " . . "
Salem Marixr " - - Salem.
XT Store in Robinson & Co.'s fire-proof block. 175-tf
II. W. SEVERANCE,
Late of C. L. Richards k Co.,) Ship Chandler and Commission
Merchant. Honolulu, S. I.
Captain B. F. Sxow, - Honolulu.
Messrs. D. C. Watermax k Co., - "
Williams At Have, - New London.
Moroax, Stoxe k Co., - San Francisco.
McRi'er A: Merrill, -
Swift Ali.es, - - New Bedford.
T. k A. R. Nte, - - "
Hexrt A. Peircb, - - Boston.
Grixxell, Mictirx ic.Co., New York.
II. W. SEVERANCE will continue the Ship ChandWy and
Commission Business at the Old Stand. Every (description of
Ship Chandlery and Merchandise requircu ny snipping, win iw
bi nn hand anil lor mile at tow rates.
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship Chandlers, Dealers in General SIerchandi3C, and Commis
sion Merchants, Honolulu, H. I.
Keep constantly on hand a full supply of every description or
merchandise required by whale ships and others.
Money advanced at the lowest rates.
Messrs. Swift 4 Allex, - - New Bedford.
Oidkox, Allks k Sos, - "
Wm. Wilcox, - - "
Wm. Oiford, - - - "
Messrs. Thomas Kxowles & Co., - "
Westox Howlaxd, Esq., - "
Frederick Parker, Esq., - "
Messrs. Wm. Phillips Soxs., - "
Hkxjct A. Pierce. Esq., - Boston.
Messrs. Bctler. Siss k Co., - - "
Chas. W. Brooks, - - fan Francisco.
Messrs. Moroax, Stoxe k Co., -
Williams k IIavexs, - ftew Lomlon.
175-tf C. A. Williams At Co.. Honolulu.
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Import "' Peak In Boots and Shoes of every
description. Shoe Findings, Pump, Sole, Rigging, Hart) ess,
and Patent Leathers. Calf, Goat, Hog, and Buck Skins
Trunks, Valises, Srrir.g Gloves, Foils and .Masks, black
ing. Brushes, Hosiery, kc. Ac. Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant sts.. Honolulu. II. I. 1-tf
(.rncrr c. SinF.RS.
m-m - ' ' -
Mannfactarer and dealer in Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
.r.-i .fn- nr.rxite J. C. SoaldinL' S Honolulu, H.
Summer Bakers, Tin and Copper i'nn.ps, Bathing Tubs,
Foot and Shower Baths, Tin and Zinc Roofing, and a gen
eral assortment of Tip ware. Ship work executed with
neatneM and dispatch. 1-"
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
rnVTRtCTOR AND BUILDER. The undersigned would In
form his friends and the public, that he has taken and
fitted an the premises on Fort street, opposite C. Brewer
ILr. S -s a CARPENTER SHOP, and would solicit that
patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. All orders in
thevarious branches of Building, PUns, Specifications and
Contracta, attended to with hEST.
n-fiTfrir a A OH .w all nfhpr mrtlfVa ttT
;iD;g to house building. oonsUnUy on han.1 and tor sale. 93-t
r.ILMAN "& CO.,
Slilp Chandlers and Dealers In General Merchandise,
LAHAIN A, MAUI, H. I.
Ships supplied with recruits. Good faciUtles for storagcCasn
furmsnea ior mm i -
. v virr TJTIT
Dealer in General Merchantfise, Hilo, Hawaii- Shl ""PPUed
'rterr . . .i.af Mir M reMuunikbie terms
with Tcruii - uie , .
... atkanMI flTflntMl.
S. N. EEUfi . .
WaUlua. Oahn, Dealer in Gereral Merchandise, Country Pro
W du-Tochas Corn, Beans, Banana. Butter, Eggs, Ao.
IIOLI.ES A CO.,
,.- chandlers and Commission MorclyuiU aod Dealers In
ghip twooier. i-halna. MLui- Whalers fui ished
wUh recruii. at the abortest notice, ia etehange for good.
or bills. - ;
' B. PITH An,'
, : BTBON'S BAY, HIL", CATTAtl,
Ship C "'w and Dealer ta eer I Uer r'
V Ahaadaaax- .res w- - rnrylesc -
inT-n r TiMTTi-mMi
ROOMS TO LET. t PER WEEK.-
Fia Ai'iy to s. joh.nmjc, urin'imx,
Z-2-tl Fort Street.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
THE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
street. Terms liberal. Apply to
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
THE KOVRUlM! HOUSE! IN THE
r-ar of the " Wliite Horse Hotel," with 12 separate bed
rooms, all furnished. Inquire on the premises. 111-tf
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
T II E I R Efl S ES B E LO NG I NG ST O C. T.
Averoerg, a., corner oi n.iug ani jiaunaiiea street s.
Immediate ixissessiou can be given" if required. For
terms apply to 190-tri FLOKENS STAPEMJOUST.
THE STORE AT THE FOOT OF KAA-
htimanu street, recently oocuiiicd by .Messrs. Ilitson &
Hart, in the wiue and spirit tr.vle. Possession given ou
tha 1st of OctolKT next. For terms, apply personally to
159-tf At his rooms over Dr. McKibhiu's.
LEASEHOLD FOR SALE!
is-i THE VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PRO-
oTif IHTty, oa the corner of Merchant and Nuuanu Streets,
t.HlL for na!e on reasonable terms, nt present occupied by J.
II. SXRACSS. to whom applica:in is to be made on the pre
uiises. Posessi-.m can be Kiven immediately. " 177-3tn
TO LET FURNISHED.
A COTTAGE AND OUT HOUSES IN
the suburbs, and willii-i 15 minutes' walk of the Court
House, situated immediately opposite, the Catholic C'eme-
terv on King street. Inquire of
W. LfE, Attorney nt Law,
173-tf Over Dr. liiiillou's store.
- THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OF-
lii fires in Uie FIRE PROOF BRICK BL ILDISG, corner of
Kaahttmanu and liii'.-en streets, vis t
The office on the second floor, directly over the Savings Bank.
Tho Cellar of the above building, capalde of storage of 1500
Possession given immediately. Terms ifloilende. Apply to
llSMf CHAS. 1 iR EW K It, 2d .
CoJFec aint.itioii Tor Sale !
fTITCO-HB COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT IIAXALEI, KAUAI,
Is oilered for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1 O.jO Arrrs, and has upon it 50.000 CoUVe
Tree. The land is well adapted to the cultivation of sugar
cane. The estate is unenciunliered, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars aud terms of sale, inquire of
109tf . F. SNOW.
Dwelling House for Sale "or to Let.
MTIIAT LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
house on Kukui street, now occupied by Mr. Daniel Fos--rmm
ter. Possession given January 1st, 1S0O. The house is
nearly new. and one of the most convenient houses in Honolulu,
and containsjiarlor, 22x22 feet ; dining room, 14x22 feet ; five
sleeping rooms, dressing room, pantry, store room, bath room,
servants' room, carriage house, kitchen, Kc, and a constant
supply of water'lrom the government pipes. The lot is 75 feet
frontage with a depth of 300 feet, and contains a variety of
choice and ornamental trees. For particulars, kc, apply to
1S4-tf A. P. EVERETT.
Waikahalnta Water Lots!
rivHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
' M. appoiutel agent for the sale and lease of the
Waikahalulu Lots i
begs to call the attention of Merchants Ship Owners, Speculators
and others to this finely situated tract of Und which is now of
fered In lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
Plans may he seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undersigned at Robert C. Janion's Fire-proof Buildings.
N. B. Early application should be made for choice Lots.
W. L. GREEN,
Aient for the Sale of Waikahaluka Lots.
nonolulu, Oct. 21, 1858. -!-tf
.THE 3IOST DESIRABLE
Residence in Honolulu for Sale !
j THE UNDERSIGNED UFr EKS fx
rrri? for sale the dwelling ami premises on run street, fe
now owned and occupied by him. The premises
are among the most desirable and central in Honolulu. The
main building contains a
2 children's sleeping rooms, .
And bath room.
There are also two cottages on the premises, one containing
two sleeping rooms and dressing aiutrtmcnt ; and the other one
sleeping room and a dressing narttnent. There an also a
cook house, two servants' rooms, wash house, wood house, sta
ble, carriage, fowl house, etc., etc
The premises are supplie 1 with valley water, and also a brick
cistern, capable of containing 150 barrels of water, with force
pump, which adds to the security of the buildings.
Title. Royal patent from His Majesty Katnehameha III.
Possession will bi given on the 1st of January 1860. If not
sold, the premises will be to let for a term of eighteen to twenty
months from the above date. Apply to
lS2-2m . n. M. WHITNEY.
FOUXTAIIV HEAD !
Ice Cream and Confectionery Saloon,
FORT ST., NEXT DOOR TO ODD FELLOWS' nALL.
rgiHE undersigned" beg to announce
jL that they have opened the above named saloon, and would
resiectfu!ly solicit a share of public patronage.
Everything has been . .e to make the place attractive, and
hereafter no expense w' i spared to render it an agreeable
anil popular place of r i.
A privut" parlor hai .en furnished for the accommodation of
ladies, and is prov-leC with a sujierior pianoforte. Private
entrance on mauka side.
A fountain lias been fitted up, and iced soda may be had at
any time. ...
An arrangement has been made for a constant supply of straw
berries when in season.
Ice creams of th! b;-st quality only will be offered.
Constantly on hand, a choice variety of cakes and confection
ery. Families and parties supplied with ice creams on six hours
ar Please give us a call.
8MITn & PICKERING.
U. b. 5?upers, oyster.?, coffee, soda, and other refreshments,
at all hours of the day an 1 evening. UT-tf
AMBROTTPE & DAGUERUEAN GALLERY!
and PHOTOGRAPHS token in the highest perfection or
the Art- (105-tf) B1NDT.
THE UNDERSIGNED would call the attextiox of
of his "Friends and the Public to his Room, over the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser," Priuting Office, (next to the
Post Office) where he is taking Pictures which, for elegance of
style and softness of tone, cannr be excelled.
Being in constant receipt of New Stock, Chemicals, kc, he Is
prepared to take Pictures with ail the latest improvements.
XT Pictures taken on Glass. Pajer, Patent Leather, India
RublK-r, Ac, and warranted to give entire satisfaction.
N.B The Public are invited to call and examine specimens.
l19tf W. F. HOWLAND Artist.
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues Ms old business nt the new store in Makee's new fire
proof .building, at the stand recently occupied by Dr.
. r cr ..... . iinun ..ul iTn.hiimanu streets.
41UUU1AUII, V"l Mi 1 v. .... .. -
Chronometers rated by oliaervatior.s of the sun and stars
with a transit Instrument accurately kijusk.-.i . m
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand aad for sale. " 44-tf
Ice Creams ! Ice Creams ! Ice Creams !
rL IIUDDY IS PREPARED FROM
w wr i auntimhiw Trk tr. tnnnlv his friends and. tbo
public at his New Ice Cream Saloon, on King stmt, nearly op
posite the Bethel, with any orders they may give, and hopes by
strict attention to receive his share of the patronage heretofore
so liberally bestowed. Any order over two quarts requires 48
hoars' notice. Sundays excepted. . l"9'"
FOiR SALE LOW, BY thk lisuaa-
gned : Topsails, courses, topgallant yards, royals,
Spanker, gaff topsail, spencer, new anu nearly new.
Two gangs, nearly new, standing rigging,
Topmast, back and head stays, topsail runners and lifts.
i:. ... .t- Tho MonveaiiiLnhle for a shiDOf 250 to 450 tons.
Two II inch chain cables, two inch chain cables, f
t -. MtiinuJii hineVa. with chain Dendanta.
Copper cooler, try pot, ladles and skimmer, lances, gaffs, .
Whale line, cutting falls, assortment of blocks, pateut and bashed,
Charts of different parts of the world, compasses, boot lanterns.
Signal lanterns, chain topsail sheets, flake a-id fla chains,
lM-tt t B. . BNO w.
PAPER IIANGETGO.EORDER, &c f
A On ROLLS At.: MI'lZ PAPER, f
-..i.t 100 rolls assorted boroxr.-
- ' hv' a. f sei-cted rr- ' 'i mi-Z rf
v i . . r 1 Is t i . .. i aaeortay 1
jiiftliauinl (Car bs.
JOHN II. BANKS,,
JLJOOli. ftlid Gr lA.Xii iiiitl-..
Esplanade, on Capt. Brown's Premises 179-4ni
CARPENTERS AXJOliC ILDERS,
Fort Street, near Corurr of Hotel Sers-pt.
BJKSPECTFULLV INFORM THE I'L'B-
JI . lii that they are prepared to ex.vute any work in the
above line, and hope to merit a share of public patronage.
O" Jobbing done on reasonable terms. Piaus'aud specifica
tions drawn to onler. lS2-tf
LEWIS & "iTOHTOW,
COOPERS & GAU6ERS,
Corner of Bethel & King Sts.,
FORT ST., TWO DOORS BELOW DR. JCDD'3 DRUG STORE,
.a nn; wv i'Kia'At(i;u iu xs.
execute all orders in their line promptly and T y
at reesona ble rates. t'i ifia
Thankful for past patronage, thy confidently rely upon their
old customers for a continuance of their favors, and trust that
their endeavors to please, and extreme low rates of charges, will
insure to them a fair share of business in their line.
N. B. New and sc-cond timid casks and shooks always on
hand, which they will sell at the lowest market rates. liti-tf
JAMES A. BURD1CK
IN REMOVING HIS BUSINESS
to his new CuOi'EKAGE on (he Esplanade,
Fort street, takes this op)Hirtuiiity of return
ing his sincere thanks to his friends and the
public in general, for the support and patron
aire which they have been pleased to grant
him for the past ten years, and hopes that by attention to busi
ness and promptness iu tho execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors.
He has on hand for sale upwards cf 2000 barrels of all sorts
and sizes. 175-ly
coor i u i iv g
A CARD. MESSRS. LEWIS Si NORTON
take the opportunity of thanking their friends and the
public in general, for the favors and patronage hitherto bestow
ed upou them, and respectfully beg their continuance of the
All orders entrusted to them will be performed with punctu
ality and dispatch.
They have ou hand, for sala, CASKS of all Bizea and sorts,
amounting to upwards of 4000 bbls. 162-tf
NEW COOPERAGE ! T
ANTIIOX'S BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
rjVHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE TAKEN
Jl the above premises for the purpose of carrying on the
in all its various branches, and solicit a share of the public
Bing all practical coopers, they flatter themselves that they
can do work as well atid on as leasonable terms as any other es
ablisbment in Honolulu or on the Sandwich Islands.
147-3in LA.MB, FAKDEN & CO.
MACHINE CARPENTER'S SHOP.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his friends aud the publia that ou the 5th inst. he will re
sume his former business as a
BUILDER AND HOUSE CARPENTER,
At the stand hitherto occupied by Messrs. Watson & Leonard,
on the Swinton 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 will
also add Cabinet MnUiiift, Turning aud Car-l-iMSC
Wark to his other business.
Xj- StulT sawed and plani!d by machinery for carpenters and
C. n. LEWER3.
N. B. General lumber bnsiness will be conducted as hereto
fore on the Fort Street Premises, where the bett selected stock
will be sold on thortnost reasonable terms. K56-tf
v AT HIS BLACKSMITHS' SHOP ON
Lr-e the New Esplanade, is prepared to do work of all
kimls in first rate style, at prices to suit the times.
,i ' Ship, cart, carriage, and all other work in his line
done with neathess and dispatch. Horse shoeing done by C. IN
NCTE, and we know that he will suit. l"o-tf
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOUSE,
o. THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
" the premises formerly occupied by M. M. Matthews,
' are now prepared to execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
r Work, on the shortest notice and jnost reasonable
terms, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a share
of the public patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. 105-tf
WOULD CALL THE -ATTENTION OF
the public to his stock of material, consisting of Ha
waiian Lime, California Lime. Brick, Cement, Fire Clay, Plaster
of Paris, German Tile and Fire Brick, at his yard, opposite the
City Market, on King Street- 100-ly
Harvey fc OTcClyniont,
PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, GILDERS AND PA
SHOP IN KING STREET.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship forgiugs and smith work.
Cart boxes, forgo backs, anvils kc. on hand and made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
a.tf . D. M. WESTON. .
C E. WILLI AJIS,
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
THE OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
the ccraer of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired. -On
hand and for sale, READT MADE FURNITURE, Koa
Boards. Joist and Plank i Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahogany Veneering.
A large assortment of Gilt Moulding, and large sized Glass.
A variety of Rocking, Dining, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand and made to order. 158-Jy -
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
chased the interest of E. J. Smith in the Towu and City
Market in Honolulu, lately carried on by Bradley fc Co., the
business will henceforth be earned on under the name of D. R.
Vida & Co., who engage to funiish the best quality of butchers
meat which the islands can produce, and solicit the patronage of
tbl&TC' D.R." VIDA k CO.
Views of Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS VISITING OR RESIDING
on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. H.
B urges' View of Hon' jlu to their friends abroad,
as they will convev by far a better idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub
BslwdTro be had or K- BCRGESS ,
H8-tf Paint Shop, on King street, near Fort.
SUNDRIES FOR, SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND AMD
for sale Oats, Corn, Barley,
Beans, Corn-meal, Arrow-root,
Gunny-bags, Cider tnegar, .
Oregon Cider, Salmon,
Nails, Coir aud Jute Repe.
A superior lot of London Dock "Rizat" Cognac Brandy, and
Wines and Liqaors.
15atr - J. F. COLBURN.
WfNES, EX "YANKEE I"
HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNE, in pints k qrts,
California White Wine, -
, California Angelica Wine, - C
-., For sale by . -.
WILCOX, RICHARDS : CO., . .
"l60-tf ' . New Store, Queen Street;
1fg COILS 9 THREAD AND 12 THREAO
lf W Manila rope, .
50 coils li iu. Manila rope. For sale by
' 1 Vtf . , ' II. W. SEVERANCE.
IzZL. .T CT-Y-- 5 TI?" MAtZSV7J'
SIX DOIJi.tUS I'ER ANN I'M.
VOiu IVr, No. iii. WllObK No. 186.
m r -r-ja-a
. RUSSELL, BAV OF ISLANDS,
IIEARI DAVIS & CO.,
Custom HonHC Arnls,ntid Grueral C'omitilk
ffTAVE CONSTANTLY' ON HAND A LARGE
Ja Jl assortment of recruita of every description retpiired by
Bills of exchange on the United States and Euro nego
A. E. WHITE & COT,
MERCHANTS, COMMISSION AGENTS & AUCTIONEERS
Akaroa, Nrvr Zealand.
CHIPS SUPPLIED WITH POTATOES
3 and stores of every description.
Capt. O. II. Son.K, ship Mito.
" " A. BAKSEit, ship Benjamin Tucker.
J. II Ai'stis, ship Goethe.
" Smith, ship E. F. Mason.
" Hindus, ship Metacoin.
' " Oscar de Gbandsaiunk, ship N.'l.
" Darmasdakitz, ship Gen. d'Uautiool. -
Lebaste, ship Caulaincourt. 171-tf
Mr. JOHiY ALEX. MATHEWS,'
G Quern's Place. Sydney.
03" Reference to W. L. Grkkn, Honolulu, S. I. 104-Am
WM. H. KELLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Will supply ships with provisions, Ac, and advance money on
favorable terms for bills on the United Suites. 43-ly
CUSTOM HOUSE 3c COMMISSION AGENT
MANG0NUI, NEW ZEALAND.
1J Shipping supplied or. the most reasonable terms. Lat
35-6 S., long. 173-38.E. 41-ly
EASTRA fc CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
& Lit Kinds of Fresh Provisions furnished ; also, hip's
Mores ami Ship Chandlery, AT HONOLCLD prices.
haleiueu's Drafts taken Slc.
S. H. PRICHARO & BROTHERS,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDIXO MERCHANTS ,
No. 97 Front Street, San Frauciaco.
Jones & Hudson's Chewing Tobacco,
" Mayflower, Va. Ottering to California,
M Our Jewel, El Sacramento,
fi. J. Hudson's, Sweet Scented Oronoco,
Smokings, J Rose of Sharon,
Prichard'g Corn Cob,
Jas. Chievers Welliugton.
Britton's Dew Drop M'hisky in barrels and half barrels.
Will receive orders for Drugs, Medicines, Ac, for Messrs.
Thomas k Fuller, New York. 168-Sm
RO!E WALK AIY1 OAKUM
CIORDAGE OF EVERY SIZE MANUFAC
Tl'RED to order. Constantly on hand, a largs as
sortment of MANILA AND HEMP ROPE, (all sizes). Bale
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, Ac, for sale by TUBBS k CO., '
80-ly 139, Front Street, San Francisco.
SAML. C. WOODRUFF,
SHIPCHANDLER, STOREKEEPER AND
GENERAL AGENT. Goods bought and sold on com
mission. Ship and Family Stores put up at the shortest notice
Corner of Queen's Road and Potti.sueb street, Hongkong
XT Refers to Thomas Spencer, A. J. Cabtwrigbt, J. 0
Spalding, Honolulu, Sand wichlslands. 104-ly
F R AiV K BAKER,
tlO and 112 Clay Street,
45 and 47 Merchant Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.
Importer and Doalor
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPETS,
Floor and Table Oil Cloths,
MATS AND COCOA MATTING,
DRUGGETS, BAIZES, and DAMASKS,
WINDOW SHADES AND HOLLANDS,
PAPER HANGINGS and BORDERS,
FOR SALE IN BOND OR DUTY PAID,
7At the Lowest Rates, jj
Just Received and for Sale!
RES II AND CHOICE GROCERIES.
Raisins In and I boxes,
Sugar cured hams,
Do. auinces and pears.
Cheese, papa jelly, currants,
Citron peel, Oregon salmon,
Fresh apples, .aspberry jam,
Honey, ginger In jars,
Green corn and peas, y
French peas, asst'd sauces,
Olive oil, pepper sauce.
Tomato ketchup, mustard,
Curry powder, ground ginger,
Black and cayenne pepper,
Cloves, cream tartar,
Plum, grape aud current jellies.
Mince pie meat, sardines,
Oysters in land 2 lb tins,
English jams and preserves,
True lemon syrup,
Lewis' pickles and pie fruits,
Prunes, cinnamon, chocolate,
Toilet sets, cups and saucers,
Egg cups, salad bowls,
Pitchers, sugar bowls,
Tea Kts, cream jiots.
YetretJibleVsiies, sauce tureens,! Mugs, boats.
Platters, bakers, cake plates, (Pitchers with covers,
Nsppiep, pickle dishes.
Custards, pie dishes.
Dinner and soup plates,
Washbowls and pitchers,
Flower pots, spittoons,
Candle sticks, foot baths.
Bean pots and bakers,
Glass preserve dishes.
Butter dishes, arearas.
Sauce aad cruet bottles,
Cut tumblers, lamps,
The glasses, goblets,
I Bread pans,
I Water jugs,
iShip's water bottles,
Lamp shades, lamp chimneys,
Bird bottles, seed bottles,
Salt cellars, Indian lamp shades,
Shade candle sticks,
Colored water bottles.
Coffee pots, . (Water pitchers.
Tea pots, lamps, ' I Cruet stadds.
Mason's blacking, Swinging lamps,
Shoe brushes, axe handles, j Brass candle sticks,
Lanterns, selves, coffee mills, Sauce and fry pans.
Painkiller, Tea kettle, grid irons.
Tobacco, cigars and snuff, I .
XT Constantly on hand, fresh island butter, ground coffee, te.
161-tf T. IpSSMAN k SON.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPAREBvTO
furnish to the Honolulu public the following, on the most
rersonable terms :
In any quantity, for building and other purpose, at so much
each. In the rough, or not squared, for foundation to buildings,
at so much per ox cart load. Steps and Door or Window Sills
and Caps, with smooth surface, cut oat in any size to suit.
Li sne. Fire Wood,
Ballast for Veaoela,
Hideo, Sheepskin. Horn, Ace.
107-tf J. L DOWSETT.
GEORGE . no WE
HAS FOR SALE TOE CARGO OF SHIP
"ELIZA if ELLA" from Teekalet Mills, now landing
consisting of 400,000 feet North West lumber, vis. :
Inch boards, ' '
Scantling all sizes, from 2x3 to 8x8.
ALSO ON HAND
200 M red wood shingles, -'
30,000 feet red wood siding,
. ' 60,000 clear pine.
Doors, window sash, window blind, fcc' 1M tf
.WILCOX, RICHARDS It Co. -
WILL CONTINUE TITE SHIP CHAN
DLERY and COMMISSION fcCSINLdS In hi Nrw
Firs-Proof Stork, now in course cf erect Von, where he will be
pleased to meet all his old customers and friends. H will
keep on hand a full supply of Ship Chandlery and every descrip
Uon cf Merchandise usually reouired by shipping.
148-tf , - . WILCGX, RICHARDS 4r CO.
" OUT CASH, B LIN DS.
to Tad rtisersaxd rc?ri!:3
' Oiiitmrie. funeral Inviuti notices omnnn!yst.
L-itude.1 dy U lienelit an ludivWu:d''lW',Kii, ill lebargea
as a'lvertiwtbentK. ? ' , .
AdreitLemeTH Ib-pliyed iu lar.jer type tnan waU, are aai;
Ject to h-vierchaiv- - ' . , ".
XT SuliMTlpUtxi f.w the Commercial Auvcrtlrer snd Advr-tis-nieiits
are Myable ixv-ahiahlv IS AOffc ' V.
XT No transient advertisemeuta will te Inserted unless rna-
'XT Correspomlence from aU larU of tint P
be very scceptabls. ... '
COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE..
- PLAIN AND FANCY . -"
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING r -
ait-w Alt '
BOOKS, BILLS OF EXCn ANOK,
CATALOGUES, BILLS OF LADING,
- WLL IIkTd?. CONSULAR BLANKS. .
CIRCl LARS, BLANK DF.F.Df-. . , -
AUCTION Bt 1.1 J, H AN 0 HI 1.1.
PAMPHLETS, SHOP I: -LB. .-.
XT VIfTINO BUSINIS AND ADDRESS CABLJ jwlnt
or a Yankee Card Press," Iu tbe highest .tyte of the art.
: ,j. 6. k.ab
D. C. M Kl'RR.
McRUER & MERRiri, .
0 i;tJ.l.lli50H' iiim.iiiuii"i
AGENTS OF TIIE J
Regular Dispatch Lioeof Hoaolaln Pachel.
XT All freight arriving in transitu for the Sandwich toands,
will received and forwarded by the "Regular DiiUn Une
FRKK Of COMMISSION. , , . . . , , ,
Particular attention paid to forwarding ami trannhipment or
merchandise, sale of whalemen's bills, and other ehalKe, U
surance of merchandise an.1 sjecie under opcu policies, nupply .
Ing whaleships, cluirtering shi, etc. "' ,
4 3 and 45 California ntreel. -
REKKB TO :
Capuiin R. F. Sxow, )
Messrs. C Bkewer ir Co.,
A. P. Everett, Ks., J
B. PiTaas, Esq., -
Chas. Wolcott BrooVT
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCILYNT.
AND FORWARDIXO AGENT, ' ;
123 Sunaouie atreet, San Fraaclaco, CaL '
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the purchase, shipment aud sale of Merchandise, awl
the Forwarding and Transhipment of Goods in tra nut. , j
Refers to: ' '
B. F. Snow, Honolulu. i Jas. HtKRwn.L, Boston.
C. Brewer, 2d, Honolulu. I Herrv A. Pisaca,
P. S. Wilcox, Chas. Brewer, .
Macokdrav k CoM San Francisco.
Mokoan, Stone k Co.,
AsaT. Lawton, 143-4f t.
THAYER, BRIGIIAM & FIELD,
Commission Merchants, Boston.
Chas. L. Thater, (late Thayer, Rice k Co.)
J. S. Bukiham, (late K. D. Brigham k Co.)
B. W. Field, (late of Houolulu.) 18Mlm.
-S CKirriTTS UORIiAS.
C 8. HAXHA W AT.
t. r- ST0R.
MORGAN, STONE k CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Ban Franciseo, Cal
References, T. 8. Hathaway Ksq. Messrs. T. t A. R. By,
Ax gwift k Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grlnnell Mintnrn
Co., New York, John M. Forties Ksq., B.lst'Jl Messrs. Pwr- .
kins & Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Ksq. Hoa
BARRY & PATTEN, ;
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS .
WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, fc.
HO Montgoiuery at.. San Francisr. 66-1 J
H. WEKSTER & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN . . . .
33 randlos, vv ino f
Liquors? or every Description.
101 FRONT STREET, ':
Between Washington and Merchant.
FANCY GOODS! FANCY GOODS!
M. P. RROWJV,
No. OO 1-2 I3,ttox-3 Dtroot,
SAN FRANCISCO, CaL,
Importer of Fancy Goods of all Kinds.
BEADS AND BEAD WORK!
GUNS, PISTOLS, COMBS, BRUSIIES, f
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, ,-v
LOOKING GLASSES, PERFUMERY, ,
SOAPS, NEEDLES, PLATED WAKE, ; ;
WAX AND KID DOLLS, Ac., &c . ' i
AU Orders to receive prompt attention, and th ;oodl bt or
warded as directed. , . .. .
Refers to n. M. Whits et. Honolulu. 8. 1.
m. . HiioHBs. ' t. ii. ocoraoa.
iiuoiies sc o'corvivon;
SOLE AGENTS FOR '
Phelan's Model Billiard Tables,
PATENT COMBINATION CUSHIONS,
IN CALIFORNIA AND OREGON. ;
Manufhctory and Sales Rccnss,
180 AND J82 MONTGOMERT STREET, CMX .
XT Purchases of tables and apparatus can be made throof h
A. D. CARTM RIGHT.
WEW MUSIC STORE ! -
.CLAY & HER WIG,
176 Clr Street, San Francioco, California.
PIANOS AND MELODEONS,
fciJ SHEET AND BOOK MUSIC,
II 1 FLUTIS AND CLARIONETS, -,
ACCORD EONS AND FLUTINAS, ... 1
VIOLINS AND GUITARS,
BANJOS AND TAMBORINES, - .--
Discretionary orders for music filled by one who Boderstaails
the wants of pupils in all stages of progress.
The subscribers call particular attention to their flu sort
merit of Pianos, which comprise a full assortment of InstrosMuu
from the following celebrated makers i . .
BROWN, ALLEN & CO., ."V
IIALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
. WOODWARD A, BROWN, . ..
Melodeons, from CARHART k NEEDHAM. - . .. v..
Also, G. A. PRINCE & CO.'S Roman Violin and Guitar tiring
Prices low. No extra charge for packing and shipping. Or
ders forwarded through II. M-- Whitney, tf UonobAiO, J b
promptly attended to.
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JENNV LIND CAKES, .
Ginger Snaps and Pilot Prud,
For sale by
WILCOX, RICHARDS ft CO.,
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Extra suted Ilarrowt,
t Ox Yokes,
I,,.;- Iron Plows,
For sale t
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OAK PLANK, e.
Hard Pine Plank,
Sprues Deck Plank,
Hard pms r : ,
For sale Hr
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SALMON I SALKOrJ I
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salmon, now landing ex maAm 1
San Francisco, and for sale by
174-tf . :-. - A.?. BT.
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CASES EHaMELZJ CLOTH,
Harness and Russet Leather,
rChOdrea's Carriage, various patterns,
For sala by
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Smoked aatanon. J. 4 t S
Sea," and for sale by
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